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THE OAtHO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1873.
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TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY HULLLTIN
John U. Oberlv ha rcducod the siibcrln-
on price of the WkkklV Iamo HtJi.T.r.TiN
o Ono Dollar per annum, nuking It tho
cheapest paper published In Southern Illinois
A roun hundred thousand dollar ouv
tom-bouio is what Motnphls In looking
forward to with pride.
Tuner, mon wore publicly whipped, no
cor ling to Uw,Jn Cadi?., Kentucky, tbo
other hy, for pitit larceny.
Tun presidential .Southern tourists will
tUti from Washington on tho twunlletli
of March'. Richmond, Virginia, will lo
tho flrat stopping plnco. Tho govern
ment of Southern state nro to bo visited,
nnd nlrendy preparations aro being msdo
to glvo tho president nn enthusiastic ro
Mit.C. E. Stkn, now on tho staff of tho
Loulsvillo 'O.nirlor-Joiirnal' previously
editor of tho Paducah 'Kentueklan' is
mentioned ns probablo cdinniisstoncr
from Kentucky to tho Vienna exposition,
In cno tho legislature pa?i the bill provid.
'ng for tho appointment of commissioners
from that state.
It is intimated that hundreds of thous
ands of dollars will bo spent to defray tho
oxponsos of the sovoral investigating com
mitted now "nosing'' out frauds against
tho government, iu oloctions, etc. Tax
payors might conlemplato tho haul with
calmness if thero wero uny nsjiiranco that
ony of tho corruptioniits would suffer
even n light punishment forlhtdr offences
ngalnit tho government und their want of
"Wur.tf Senator l'omcroy paid York
lorcn thousand dollars for his rote, l'omc
roy did not anticipate tho part hit soven
thousand dollars woro to play in tho re
generation of Kansas politics. It is not a
largo sum to pay cither for tho amount
of good it promi'es to do. It
voted l'omo:oy out of tho senate.
It lms aroused public indignation in Kan
sas nguinit dishonesty nnd trickery In
politic!, and incensed tho people against
politicians who practiio Uic.ni. It bus
brought about n political revival in tho
state, and certainly no stato needed it
inolo. l'ublic meetings urc being hold in all
parts of it, and tho people aro denouncing,
in no gcntlo way, tho men who hare
brought disgrace on Kansas nnd tho
country. Tho result of the present cxrito
incnt will lo that tho men who coino bo.
fjre tho people of Kansas, nt least for a
timo following tho present expoiurcs in
that ttuto, asking them for
their suffrages for any offieet
wHl liaro to bo freo from tho tueptclon
of it lack of Integrity, nnd will daro to ro
sort to no underhanded dealings to securo
nn olection. Pomcroy's soven thousand do)
lars was the last hair wlch broke the
strength of corruption in Kansas.
Even tho newspapers which ailed to ho
llcvo VIco President Colla'a statement
boforo the Poland comtultleo, cannot ex
onerate blm of tbo charges ol prevarica
tion nnd falsehood. Thuso rcmuln and
must contiuuo to remain In full forco
against him. It now transpires that in-
Head of having rcceivul an nddltion of
twelvo hundred dollars to his Iricomu at
about the period ut which ho declared ho
cuuld not bavo added so largo a sum to it
without knowing its source, lie was tho re
cipient of $1,000 frcm his friend
Xesbitt. And it furthor transpires that
so long ego Li 1602, suspicion of his in
tegrity wcro entertained by people In hi
own congressional dlstrirt In Indlann. A
correspondent of the New York 'Sun'
This is -not tho Ant time thnt Colfax
lias been at it. In 180J the currospon.
dent livtd in Colfax's old (thn Ninth
Indiana) congressional district, und wnt
present at stjveml uf the Joint debates
wlich Colfax held with his then Demo
crttic competitor, tbo Hon. David Turpi?
ufier ward United .Stales Senator. '
At all of ibeso meetings .Mr. Turpln ac
cused Collax of having made money by
corrupt alUllallons with railroad c mpa
nles and congressional grants, uud ho m
fered to pn.vo it. Colfax tried to parry
this charge, by nppealitig to bis rectitude,
and by calling his Democratic competitor
, a copperhead. Mill Tnrpie's accusations
; made such an impression upon tbo peoplo
i of tho district, wiiercCVIfax two earb by.
fore bad been elected b" an overwhelming
majority, that be camo very near being do
featod, or Mlber owed bis election to very
'jueulnnHblo manipulations of tho ballot
box In Nowton county, a nowly organized
ma very sparsely fettled county. Tim
Hon. Ondlovo H. Orth, congressman from
the Eighth Indiana district, declares
, these old charges against Colfax wero
MR. COLFAX'S II HAD OUT OF
IKrom tho New VorkTribunc.l
It will doubtlo's bo remembered that
jVlcn President Colfax was prostrated
with su-Jdon and alarming illness some
two yeari airn, ruutlni; his friends throug.
put tl e country serloui nnxlty. The at
tack was in tne nature nt partial paraly
)li, and was believed both by bhiiMilf and
ihytlcian to have been brought on by
excessive, smoking. "Willi tho frankness
of manner which has always bocn Sir. Col
fax's loading characteristic, and lies con
tributed ro largoly to his popularity, ho
publicly stated his belief thai this was tho
cauao or Bis lllnew, and tliotevfitli bis tie
clsion to abandon ao injurious a habit. Jle
has not, oi wo nro credibly informed, in
dulgcd In iho uso of tobacco tlnco that
UmeJ'lMit there Is nn Impression nmong
his most Intimate frionds that holms Dov
er entirely recovered from tho prostration
caused by thnt attack. Indeed, tomo of
bis friend who aro in positions to know
do not hesitate to express tbo opinion that
tho unpleasant entanglements into which
ho has been led in connection with tho
Oak'os Amos disclosures aro directly rota
ted to tho impairment of his faculties by
diionso two yoors ngo. This theory,
ihouch covorinc unpleasant Intolligonco,
will yet bo received by thousands of
warm friends of tho vlccpiusldent
throiiL'hout tho country with some
thing liko cralificntlnn at offering n per
fectly satisfactory explanation of what
wa beginning to bo considered In n light
prejudicial to his character for truthful
ness. It Is raid to )n tho boliof of tho vico
prosldonfs family, nmong others, that Mr.
Colfax's innmory was impairod nt tho timo
of tho attack refdrred to, nnd that his re
pealed doninl of facts nsvrted by Mr.
Ames nnd corroborated !v roeora cvi
dcncocati only bo necotintotf fur upon the
ground that all knowlndgo of tho trans
nctlon has passed from his momory Thero
could not bo n morn melancholy intnnco
of the InjiiriniH effect of tho exccsslvo
uso of tobacco.
lVom the .MciiUilii- Appeal.
Nutiiiuiis, iiiu auiiin uru ihuuu iliiturb
uil ti v tnu jirirldeiit's prucluiiiiiliun will,
rvlerviicu lu Ultin. Our Ulcsi tlispitiuiiu
uiuiaioit n movuincul louMiig lo umUiur
ciingttitiuii, unit tuo jiuiciiusu by inv
lrujiuul and Ins fulluwuia ut unu of luu
ounuwieli isiuiid is suggcsiL'd, among
miior seiieiiies. In soiuu rerpeoia mis
wuuld liuvi u gouJ ellcUl upuli llio MiLi-
Jects ut tbo iiuw king, L,uiiuiId. Tliu
.ilorinon" aro a liurjy, Intluiiirioiit,
Unriity people, and tbuir uxauiplo Vuulu
nut luil in exurt a most suluiury liilluaiicu
on Hid idle, uiiliiulliudical (U-Kjoiiituiits ut
llio c.tiiiiibai wno murdered Utipt. Coulc.
in this cuuntry ciicuuist.incui lutvu foiuuU
tho .Moniiuni to lead a j
somewhat tiuiuadic lifo. Ill
wui nut until September, li'SJ, tliat ,lu-
seplt StniUi iiniiouucod that tliu angel
-Moroni liud uppuureil to itui given nun
iiitlruciion, intuiiiiL'd him Unit Uud had a
work lur hint to do, uud told him when',
uu ii hill in Jluueliesiur, (JuArio county,
Nuw Yorl;, record made on gold plaits
could bn found. .Septemoiir Tl, ltH.1,
riiiiitu 'produci'd tluiiu jdale.'i uud two
transparent .tnncj, in hilvor luwrt likn
spvciaclv,i'alleu tliu Urim mid Tliumiiiim.
i-'rom the plutr.', by aid ut tnu tpcciitclui-,
timilli preteiidi'd to decipher tbu cliaplers
in wliul is now known as tho Hook ot
Mormon, which was printed in 1SJO. Man
chester, Nuw Yurlt, wnt the Munion starl
ing point. Hern tnu lim cliurcti win oi-
gunir.cd, in April, ls:!J; but in .luuuary,
1PJ1, tbu pruuliul hiiiltll iireleliaed ttinl
bo hud boeti ilitrueled by u revelation
to remove lo-Kirlluud, Ouio, which Wu
to bu llio soul uf tho Now Jerusulein.
l'liltner all the Moruion converts lollop
ed luui. At that point tho llrst Moriuun
1'uiuplo was cruuKd; ils ruins uro mill
visible. Moon ul'iurward, KirllanU nut
piuviug a iullleiently largo tkld uf ojicr
uliuiis, ludejicuileiicu, lttckuii couiiiy,
Missouii, wut reteclud for llio colony una
nuiued tnu Nuw Jerusalem. Jt Wn tie
signed to lu.tvo Kirtiund in llvo onr..
.Siiiitn and ln n.-iuciu.e iiropliut, JtiUuii.
.rl.irted u bunk and tljjJu llio couuiry
wiiU coiiniurleit money, and bulb wviu
Urrol and te.tltietud bv u lientllu mob
lu .luuuarv, ldoii, tlieir li.uik lulled, uud
lliuy lied lu Independence, wliero In tune
lliey were Jiunuit by iliu mutoruy ut their
lollowers. Trouble wtlb thu Missotiruns
forced them to eungruto to Illinois early
in IW'A Xhey fettled near Uoiumerce,
Carthago county, and ut oncu begun lu
build tuo city ot Niiuvou. It v:us at this
placo that tho propnet .Smith uunounced
u roveliitiou uuihuiDdng polygamy. Jli
onjeet was to liueltv His wile, wiio
had becomo incensed nt thu
ullentlom ho paid other
women. After the eilubiislimcnt of this
new doctrine, Smith imtdu advance to so
many women to bucumt) his tpiriluul
wives, that public indiguuliou ws urousud,
and luu iirunhul and ms orotbor llyruui,
hIiu bail been arrested uud coiiiiuuiud lu
prison for mobbing a newspaper on tbu
tnu uf .Muv, leit, wurout.ueKeU in lull by
u mub una lulled. 'Iho lultuwiugyuar llio
Itgisluluro repealed Uiu cliurler ut JN iiu
vuu, ana other troubles tulluwvd to rapidly
Itiul uiiulher westward movement w
lesolved upon, llnghatn Young, who
succeeded binilli, readied Club iu .lull,
lei", and iu -May, 17, neurly all tliu
auiiits lull lllluou in join htm, urriving in
uiiiuiiiu. tut tweiili-llvoyuars Jlurinoii
Uum bus flourished in dull, llio remote
ue a uf Iho territory until recently nearly
concealing the workings ut iho ' peculiar
liisliltillou." Hut ttio completion ul Uu
I'mciIIu rullroud pluced ball J.uku Uitv
ueur tho groat nittiotiul highway j tbo
restless spirit ot uuvcuiuro uiirneieu itiou
sunds ut (ieuliles tu thu fertilo soil of "Dc
seret,' and now tho present generation is
lamiliar with llio priielices ut tno airango
neonlo whom public uiiiuiou uruvu lruin
tbu stateii. Wliul shall uu donu with iho
Mormons? has become a question which
tnu iiuvernmeiit must soon solvo pracll
callv. That tho Mormons, living under
llio United .Stales government, can much
longer continue to practically subvert thu
U-.M, und iih impunity pructlco polygu
my, olsuwheru puiiisliablu us u felony, it of
all things Hit most unlikoly. The
civilinutiun of tho ago will
not tolerato special legislation which
seeks to mako a vlrtuo in Utah of nn
action that the law dcclurs to bu a crime
in Novudii. Tho Mormon may us well
preparo to accept tho cunsc'iuences en
tailed bv constant communion with the
outer wo'rld. Dtead as is tho alternative,
non.iibandonmetil of polygamy means
abandonment of thu United .Slates terri
tory. This is tbo ago of rallwayj,for now
adays iron nanus ioiiuw me uug.
STIR HINli lTtCO.I)UCTOHS.
HOW SOME KA1I.I10AI) MEN GET
Til Kill MONEY.
innciunatlfiaette, 1'cb. 17.
It 1ms been a source uf Wuiidor to
very many peoplo thut tbo business of the
purchase nnd sale uf railroad ticket by
private parties should thrive nt all in a
city wlmre all tbo railroads linvu their
own tickets on sale. Tho tickets must be
bought originally from the railroads, and,
uf uutirso, no man could ntl'ord to do that
and then tell at lower rates than ho
Lought. It Is noceMtry that tho tickets
sold by privato parties should boat lower
rates than they could be bad ut the rail
road office, and, therefore, in order to
make tho bus inn. a pay, they must be ob
tained nt much lower rates. Thu oxii!n-
cles of business may now und then cause
a 'nun who ban purchased a ticket to
abandon bis trip, und leave tho ticket
useless in his tiiisesioii. To
him. a dealer in tickets who will buv thn
dad paper even i'ut half-prlco Is useful j
oiiv unu can nuruiy uiuiovo mat mere are
cnoui-h such fuses to warrant the estab
lishment of ticket brokers' ufllces in tbo
urge cities. Itccently, in this city, It will
be rtmeiuboroJ, one of the dealers in
tickets went to far out of the regular lino'
as to offer for cnlo two passes i .that, bad
boon regularly Issued by n nllroml officer,
Thlia wal an exceptional case. Tliu groat
bulk of tickets offered" for sale by private
pnrtloj nro gonitlno tho only difficulty
wltneomo or thorn being tuo. tact mat
they bavo already been used, lljsldes
tho regular brokers' In railroad ti'ikets,
thero mo numerous privnlo denlerj tho
nowspnpers every day advertise tickets to
St. Louis, Chicago, Pitfburg and other
places for salo choup; ill hotels placards
.nro to bo sion nnnouncing thut by apply
ing at tnu ucsk a itcKot to somo point can
bo had nt n low rnto.
Theso facts, it would seem, ought to bo
sufficient to put railroad men on Inquiry
to ascertain tho source of tho 'uppljj but
it nppenrs that thoydld not, and that
tho royclntlons of u conduc
tor on the Pan lfamllo road,
made three months ngo, led .Mr. .1. H. El.
Ilsbn, superintendent of tbo line between
tills city nnd Columbus, and Col. O'lJrien,
general passenger Bgont, to Institute an in
vestigation. They did not mako and pub
lish u list of chargos iigaliirt their urn
pl'iycs, nnd then call th'um un to def..nil
themselves, but they quietly s,.t men to
watching. Tlicy einployed harry Huz.jn
to Investigato In hi own way. Ho pro-
cureu mo H'suiance ot n milliner ot men,
and bought for them tickets lruin Cincin
nati to Columbus and Pituburg. Tho
men woro instructed to keep nn oye on tho
conductors, nnd especially to noto what be
camo of their own tickets. Two of these
mon, who went upon tho same car, found
everything nil right between Cincinnati
and Columbus. Thu conductor tore oil tho
Cnlumbus coupon, pttnehed It.nnd put it in
his pocket, roturnlng tho Pittsburg cou
pon lo tliu oplc. After leaving Culum
bu tho conductor took up tho first spy's
coupon, looked nt It, punched it, and put
il in his pocket. Prelum) v ho camo to
dpy No 1', who )m(I u tlckut'cf tho same
date, but of n higher number. This the
conductor put Into his pookot without
punching It ut nil. Tno splu, or, to call
them by u Iom hard name, the detective5,
saw thu amii conductor put another
ticket in hi poeket In tho smue way, and
they also uw him tako a rash fnr'o and
put tho money in bis pocket without mult
ing a memorandum nt tho timo of tliu
aiiioiinl received, us the rules require.
Oilier men made like dUroi'uriej : fomuof
them found that occasionally n conductor
lielwecn this city and Colum
bus would luko up tliu
whole ticket from Cincinnati to
I'lttsburg and put It away whole In his
pocket, giving in return tu tbo passenger
tils check, which would bo taken tip by
tho conductor between Columbus uu'l
I'lttsburg. Here, toon, win lound the
cret of the source from which outside
ticket dealers, and possibly the miscel
laneous private und hotel dealer, obtained
their supply. Out of twenty-lire tickets
bought by Detective linden und usod by
bis men, it was lb uud that twemy-ono o'f
inem wero not properly punched when
tlrst taken up, uud wero sold aguin. This
was mado certain by inquiring nt Pitts
burg uf the passenger agent, whiKo duly
it is to receive tickets from the conductor,
if tho tickets bearing tho dutuaud number
uf those Used by lliizeus men weiu re
turned on the' day they were used. It
was found thut tweutv-ono out of twentv-
tlvo wero used n second timo.
It appears that no less than six con
ductors nn.l eleven other person', in
cluding n number of agent', aro impli
cutud In this ring for .'peculating in
tickets. Onu arrest was undo on Salur
day, and others will soon bo mado, un
ls the company adopts tho more mere!
ful ineasuro of discharging tliu dishonest
men. Conductor W. M. ltussell, well
known between this city uud Columbus,
was arreted on Sntutduy, Btid was taken
to the Hummond-streel elation bou.e.
where ho gavo ball for his appearance.
Tho otllcers of the road bavo reason to
suppose that within the last two year
they bavo been swindled out of $1011,000
iu this way. .Some of the detectives o,ti
muted that each conductor was taking iu
about ten dollars a day during tho tune
they wero observing their transaction".
That seems liko a f mall sum, but il Would
bu dangerous, perhap', to take tun much
Tbo di'covery of this system nf fraud
will turn a sharp oyu on other roads, and
will especially direct scrutiny toward till
persons outside of regular ticket ollices
wlio offer tickets for (uiu. lti possible,
that tho ticket market will bo ruihor dull,
and it is also possible that all conductors
will punch coupons with virtuous nnd con
spicuous viijor. Ilinay lll;uwie happen
that every cash l'ro will be jolted down
on the instant of its reception.
Thu only persons yel named In tho
"ring" uru conductor Kus.nl), whoso ar
rest has been mentioned, und u Columbus
agent named Hunter. Tho latter was
summoned to this city on Saturday to
look after somo priminc:. When bu wns
informed uf the discovery of the fruud he
quaked wltli fear with good cause, for ho
had no less than nine tickets in his
possession. It will bo readily seen that
a ring composed of conductors'atid agents
could drivo a most protltable business, for
the agent could re-eell thu tickets ut full
Tho discovery of such a system of fraud
must cause somo loss of faith in human
integrity, but it will nleo give n brighter
liuo to thu fainu of honest employes, of
whom them aro yet not a few,
Mr. Kussoll mutes Unit hn received tho
tickets in n legitimate way, and dis
claims the charge of fraud. Ih says that
many passengers going from New York
to Columbia buy through tickets to Cin
cinnati. When they reach Columbus,
having no further uso for tho coupons,
thoy dispose of them nt n very low rale.
Unwell states ho has bought a number
of thfso coupons and sold them to con
ductors, who collected faro and turned thn
coupons over to tho agent in Cincinnati.
According to Mr. H.'s statement, ho has
realized from tlioo transactions only $7.ri
during his twelve years' connection with
is EVE It KiSCJWtf T(fFAIL
FEVER &AGlTE POWDERS,
t'OIl lilt 1'KIIM IS'KNT OI'lli: 1)1
CIIII.I.S AM) rKVIIIt. M'MI) A (SUE
OK ANV l Oini OP IM'KKMIT.
THE fillBATEST DISCOVERY OP TUB
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Our Homo Advertisers.
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 71 Omo hnvKr.
Offer the following valuable real c'ntp for
sale, which Is sclneleil from n very l.irgo list
or valuable real el:itn for fate and Ieae ,
mprcvittlmrvcry favorable term for In
etineiit: j A large two story Iiole, in good icpalr,
tftppthcr with 1! lots', un Cro stivutj near
H-bnol hotie, n No. 1 bargain.
i mil nun large uouis nun mi o, iiiock i,
eltv, on Washington atemiehetweeiiKoiirlli
nun i' nut direct.
There are no t)iene so ilebllllatlng in Lot No. S, block No. (I, Ohio 1, -vee.
their ellei't upon tin; rnnstlltitluii r.n the' Two splendid hlcli lots on Walnut street,
above, and untie mule tlilllctlll to rtiru by next to corner of Elgth street. Vety cheap,
Hi' tt-iiiil modo of praelli'f. The Kevcr nnd Two lots on 'I'enih street, between Walnut
,gtto I'owtler will cllcct n cure In ease ol and Cellar streets. cry tlc-iruble and will
the loiiL'est t:ilidlnu' u well as prove :i nre-
veullii! iu the I'.irmliw ftnes ol the illeacd
llelng purelj irgetable, they act Willi eel'
t:i ntv on the ill-ease, totally rradleatliig it
from the system, nnd prevent n return nt
any future period.
by waste your money and health In Iry
be sold clicnii.
Three lot on Cellar Mrcct, well situated
at a bariraln.
Those l n line 1iiIiicm lot., IS nnd H!,4it
mora-u, ciiy, on t onnncrciui avenue, near
corner of Eighth street, on w Ich now
stanits llio livery MaMo or .Miles 1'arker. Assts.
P It O V 1 S I O N S M T C.
Ohio httvss OAtiio, Iti.
FOK HALK, rr j VOU SALK
von sAhE.jKdjHJiUKon balk
Fare from htVKitroOL,
Tare from Lo.vpcNnKitHY
Fnro from (Ilahqow,
Faro from Qukkhstown
TO CAIKO, s : : : : j : l 8 :p
Viflord, Morilt A Cundte Astnls.
CONTKACTOK AND TilllhDKIl
Ilfih ipttirnnit In f'nlrn liitil 1 iifm....! ..
.... i-m Mini iti
A Uh KIND3 OF lUMUDINns.
Anil nbtinnl.tll,' inln.u t.i lila n.il - 1 t
...... . ... J..1.1 ii i uru 111
Culm us a builder.
Ileai1iimitei'. nt It. II. Ciiiinlii"liani'
tViuiincrcliil uit tiiie. Iloleietiees to Iteed.V
Maim, It. II. Clliinlnt'balit anddulin Wood
Ing eterv iiiedielne mi hear or, lu'n l'""Poti bUois Hrt of Atnll.
TlioniiH.ii' .'oer and Ague I'owder.t halo l our lot mi 1 wenly.lrt street. nenrConi.
never billed to cure the Chills in any cn.e. merelul avenue anil ircight tlciot of the (.'.
' i and . railroad.
IM-WsONX U'llV TIIPV flVI VQimiM II ! 'rv!" inU 0,1 t;ommerclal avenue, near rnr
Ul.iUrj Ulll 1IIM lliN, hllUlliU i ,1(!,.0r iblrty-tblr.l street. Will bo -old
Jib UoLl), I cheap.
Two good btitnelot, T and 8, bloc 1; If
Their reputation I established. Thou-1 elty, on Washington aieiiue nnd conier nA
sands of tetliiionIiil linn been receiied. I I'lltei'inli sircet. Directly oiijiosltu custom
sboivingth.it tlie.e powdeiw h.ite perlnnned i boni)
inirnt'le in eiirlu.' c:ie ol lomr Mantling l.otti, 10, 11 and 12 same block nnd Inrenr
m.iuy of them con-idert'd hopeless. , of lal mentioned lot, on riltcenth Mreet.
Thero Is mi rik lu taking them. Thev i Lot H and 10,bloek n, city.ou 'I'liirteetitli
contain iiotlnn iuiutimi. and, thercloiv. street, near Commercial incline. I'rlcc ?iOt
Hone ol the lingering tlienMM o olien the I each.
lfiilt of the many imtriiin nl tbu div. A Ine rami of ISO acre, with good tin
I'hyslcbin recoinmciiil lb-lit us superior to I'rov incut at (loose I-land, ailjnlnlug the
ltinlne or aiiv other kiintvn i-i-mrtlv, lor tarn; ul O. (Ireenlce, li The soil and for
tliey leave the s stem In a heallhv state, nud ' ll are nu-iirpi-sril, bclny rich bottom
the patient hevond tbo probability of a re- bind entirely aboie overtime,
l.ip-e. Several ucll Imp oved fruit farm In I'll-
itnwAin: of rotJNTKitrnirs... -rim laki count v.
genuine are put up In square tin boxen, with , Io.ixki aciv unimproved lands In Atoxnn
Tllt).Ml'M).N,S KKVnit AM) Atll'i: TOW "ler "Ud rulal.i counties, lu bodies to iilit
IH'.Ui siiiuipcd on the lid. and tliu -Ignitiire ' purchaser-.
ot Tmomi-vjN : C'lt swimi-.I) on the vraiper. WM nere itiilmproved, iell Umbered
miii'i L.iu jio-.iniy oe genuine, , linei in .vi miii.us, nearu-eeoia, .o, 1 etiiirin
' i lands. Title to all the foregoing perleet.
Ti-ioiMinpsoifcT's ' v o hT'iTa s k .
I! II u r M AT I V
THKOI.KAT K.xrr.r.sAf, jiKtr.nv vo.i
TMtPt'M itkm v ri-n t i ' rnl! ;yAI,K 0I l'''Ai:.-Iot lii any
it II hi il A T I S M , N h , 11 Ah-, part ol the cliy. I-'J.Vlm
ft f A ! I l 1 T V C T. M1 ll .
good ro j: jr.i .v o i: ; : ,i s 7.
Tlie I'crry Ilnite. This large and column,
(lion and well -Ituatnil liou.-e will be lea"t'tl
i for:i number of year on vcrv .tdvantageou
TliO'ie llnelv situated residence lots 21. 22
land 2.1. block SO, city, corner of .Ninth and
i Walnut streets.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAlUtIA, N. Y.,
Our Homo AdvortisoM.
BELLING OFF AT COST
IIII11MANIA, N. V.,
i . ' '
itANOvin, rt. Y.,
tutrunLto, k. v.,
Asset - VSil''
Comiirlf lax the Underwriters' Atncr,
YOXKEIl, K. Y.,
Assets 7S 4P
riRKMEN'n rum), . r.,
HCl'UnlTY, N. Y. -MAKINB,
MILS. MAHUAKI2T .JACKSON
to Ke itueky, tlesli-e to t,pso of beV Hrll
and elegant Mock of "'
I Zj L 1 3iT EI
Tlu'!'- oril(',' '"Hllltato the sale
to l.Mi;,l,", a,M- J sletemilnetl
KNTIUK HTOCK AT COST '
'to'e i lmi'her i? ,,",,,,M C,,lr0 a'"1
GOODS AIIU ALL NKW
Htores, IiwMIIiiks, Kiirull iirs. Hulls Rnd Car
Kfs, Insiirivl ul rales a (sserabln m sound, tr
msnsnt neeurltr will wrritnt.
1 rpectrully it-W of lli clliinol C
stmit of tlieir nslror.K.
A. II. Mnrnt,
Nntsrj I'M hi Ic.
II. II. Ciodce
Jto. Puti. and tl.H. Coin
ttist i:i.i.a.m:oi s.
Till liniment has earned for Itself -i repu- 1
tntloti iltienuallcd in the hiMory of external ZEjXOBIjSIOI
application". J5jr i'liou-:ind who now Mil-
I ..I IY.III1 rllfllllll-lt l.ol I.t
llnd immediate relief irons nil pain bv u-liu.' DIXOKATIVK. SIO.N and OKNAilKNTAl.
this certain remedy. It l f(U:tllv ellcctiril
lu cut, bill li--, te.ifiN. -till'iiessot'tlie neck.
sore throat. Ktrvllliig. Iiillainatluii. fro-t -p., A -r- -r.-r m -i I -r i
lilies, pain in tlie -Hie, or back, bites of spi- JT'.JL JN Jl. Ei JTU,
ler ortill. of ill-eels.
One rilbliinir will In all onsen pit n Immcll. GRAINING AN D MAKIlhlNU
ate relief, ami a few application complete
On account of its powerful peiietratlutr of every Description,
prnpertle it l beyond doubt the siirot rem"
edvf.ir the lllo.t tioillili-o'iie (ll-ea.es to . hm,,. . ,,,, vr. ,n n1vr,
which hor.-e- and cattle are liable. It cure J'htUltA I UN(i AND (ilhDIMi
crate ho, old aiel 're-h cut. or sores, chafes
prodileetl by the collar or 'addle, injiine.
!lr hn,','. ''-'. 'iV,',1 V' e"tr,lM- "';l1 In ei erv style, plain and ornamental,
nr , i n'J raJ"..:. fY,"': ',:,.'" I I'tlciilar attention paid to til ls, Olhllns
Ihril.ll, and all dlt.le which tlcMro) III.) Order, .oheltcd lur Seenorv. Kre.n , tin'
hoof- or bones of tho feet.
ISTI'till direction aecompanv each bot
tle. The above are prepared only lit
CItAWVOltl) A: FOUKs.
1 1t Jl irket street, l'lilladelpliln.
And sold li storekeepeis eiuir.illv thrnif.-b.
out the cuuntry. I -211 'it il-e-w
IS II li 41 IS It s.
'72. FALL AND W1NTEK
CHAN NY. i
IiltOWN HIIKKTINOS, '
3 T It I 1 K 3, .
KKHTUCKY JEANH, XXTRA,
LAUGH STOCK OF CARKV.TIN'G
OIL CLOTHS, I
(HLT II A MI)f, !
NOTTINOUAM LACE I
II I I'.nllrn HlocU
VKKY LOW FIOUltKS.
CORNEIlBTn ST. AND COMMKHCIAL-AY.,
PANCV (! TiAHS SHOW CARDS
fill'., plain and ornamental. All work In-tri'-ted
to my care will bo promptly '
tended to. Shop In l'errv Ilnuc, comer of
Commercial atomic and Ivlk'htb street,
MRS. MoGK K,
NKW MILLINERY GOODS
Umr H"- AND WIHTKn KTYI.KII
HtsMss I lull IS( ,,(
BON"NETB &c I-IAT3
Tnminftl and iiclrimrnsrf.l
J Chr.NCU KI.OWK1U. KIUHli.Wa, TKIHMIN01
"I ll KlU'ls. Lul, c., oto.
As-sls ..... ..lt..6O.60l u Ant alUiihirarlirlva
.NOIITII AMKKICA. HA., IKHI-OLAHS JIILLlNKItY 8TOKK
A""-" - - ..J.7S3.ooo ro : Mr. MeOce. In addition u ),r at..-i. ...
I mnv nn. I lllll.. . ' ' "'
""'" M..ix.oi.xiii 72 ' it'iics and silt....' s ..i.t.
.mill. I1UUI. II .ipk ,, , I',,
KlitE, HULLOAUOO, UVK STOCK,
i Mr. MeOce. In addition to hor tttock of
aney nll( .Mlll,.ry ,,,. ZZm
I mplete assiirtment of Cincinnati Custom
Shoe, and Chi"
........ Luui., iimrK ami in Color. Thesu
reaoknowledjje. to be the finest and best
.i i "Tc,i a.n" "'t is tne only
tbeclty that make them a Hpcclaltv
111 I.LI . IHUH.
.. .... '...,. . . .. .
-.11, 761, MS se
INTEIt.NAT10.VAL, .V. Y j
- ...Il.ilS.MS I
- ....AlJ,f.7S o
A""1 - - - ....tM.n J
AMKIIICAN CK.MKA I., MO.,
- ...wio,('nu i
CONNKCTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE,
AssMs....... W,0l)o (i
TItAVELEIW, llAKTFOItl). LIFE AND 1
A"! - M ....i:,ij,(s) e i
IUILWAY l'AHSENOERS A-flUltANCK
rn tiiHTLiiDn L
v..t iv.i.e.of.0 HAKHY WALK Ell Trop'r.
XKDKPXNDXNT, IlOBTO.V, ,
KW.Mloo' Thl noue l newly fitted up with two
S AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Utss,
DARKER ,t IJLAIvK,
tt'IM'.N AN Is I.IIIOtlllN.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
'WHOLESALE G1500HKS, I
1 A I It U . I 1. 1. I N O I 8 ,
Also, keep eonstsntl)r nn hantl a most com
I'letM stock uf
BOOTCn AND IRIMU WIIIBKIXS
-a i n h.-
l'orl, Mudorift, Sherry and Catawba Wines
RUMYTIl .1 CO. sell excluslroly for cash, to
, which fact thev Invito the espnelitl ttieo.
tmn t clo.o lrain liurem,
F. M. STOOKFLETII,
iccctisoa o rom.1 s ttoctrina
WALL PAPER. PAINTsS,
Putty, nenilnr, (laaollne.
And the c-lebrtfd llloinlnstInK
IlItOas'LOILDINn CCl ilTU HT. 4 COM
Caiko .... Ilinoih.
NEW LIVERY STAb1L
I1ETWEKN WA8H .V AVE.VUK AKD WALNUT
Dr. II. K. Fluids InTorms Ine public that he tins
7 V E It V .v r A li L K,
on the northwest side of Tenth street as name
III. S'hles will tie furnished with none hut tt,r
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
ami tbo public uny ho accommodated at al
hours of the day and night with mfo teams
on the lowe.t terms.
I)r. ricld asks a share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit it by f.tlr ilealfiiL'
ami strict attention to bust ' fa
Ha now on hamuli Muds u
DRY COIU) AND STOVE WOOD
Fnrsile. Leave ordoi at
Cmner .Sixth and ( 'oinmucial,
Or at eornernfTwellth and 1'nplar. tf.
TEUTONIA L 1 F E INSURANCE !
OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CK.vr'i..0mrn, ITU WAiiiNfiTo.v.'r.
Till Oerman Life Iii-ir.iiire Company
KUarantee- not onlv I'ald-llp 1'ollcle but
al-o a Value lu Cash on the .Von-forrelture
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon Is stocked with the bes
I01IN A. HDCK, ... President "e compounded In the most approved style
U. KNOIJELSDOKK, . . . Hecrotary !
i GTCome and sec for yourself. jES
.10IIN W. ntUESS. ,
A(,'ent for Cairo and vicinity. '
IHS.MARK RUN I).
SECTION NO. IT.
Association for promoting Life Insurance
and dick Heller by weekly dues ami mutual
co-opcratlon In objretsol public benctlt.
The I.I e Insurance Policies will be Issued
by the Tctltonia Life Insurance Company.
II. ME YE US, President.
JOHN W. PIIUES3. Ao'T.
25-IIt for Cnlrn stnil vlrlntly.
IlEAt. ENTATE AGENC1 .
REMIS, HROWN ,; CO.,
AiiENTM Home Ootton Mills
NO. H) Ohio l.eee, Cairo. III.
DAN 1 Els LAMl'ERT,
EtoiiTit St., Ut. Com. & Wahii.,
Iltcilfyer runt Wlioleanln Ilenle In
t'orelKii mid liiiincHllr,
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 132 Ouio Lkvrx,
K lieensnn hsmt ronstanllT
itenlui'kT noiiii.mi, njo nail ononis
Jfla Wtilsklns, French llrsndles, titl u
iiukait CalltotDla Winta
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willni Il.flreen, 1
tVilli.m II Oilbert, OAlltO, ILLINOIS,
Miles F.tlilhert, J
"Specie, attention Kin to AitmltaUr tod
orrtcK onto lxvuic, uoomb 7 and 9 ovxb
city national uamk.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (hkconi) tloob) ohio lrvik,
Buy and Sxll Real Ehtatk,
FUIINI8H ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Anil ise-irn Conreysnnes nrKlndr!
.Tohn (J. Ilannan. cba. Tlirujip
.7011X0. IIARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS !
.Nor Hi 4'tir,UlU Bl. niiil olilo I.etre
Abstracls of Title, Conveyancln-' mule a
spechilty. I(1 Estate bouht and sold.
t3rTnxcs I'ald. etc.
W.M. GLENN & SON'S
HEAD qUARTERH FOR OROCEIUES
COFFEE. Rio, Lugimyrft, .lava, Mocha.
SUfi.lR, N, O., Hard & Soft llollned,
SYRUPS. Now Orleans nnd Eastern.
Wi: MAKK M'BCIALITIKis ok
.A. XT 33 C3IQ-A"RS.
ro .i rt vim m, cv.vf..v.Y.in.
J. C. HUELS,
Late of ,t. I.ouI.
ROOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Comer Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
lll.AMC HOOKS of every description done
with ncatnes.s and dispatch. All kinds of
rulliiK douu at short noticu. lliblcs, Music.
.Miia.lni's antl I'criotllcal.i bound ucat and
nt tho lowest possible rates.
County work, such ns Jteeordf, Pockets,
Fee Hooks, Illanks. otc. miulo n speciality
Hexes, Pocket Hook, KnvelopcH, etc.,
made to oeilnr I1-J4 tl.
No. 10 Commercial Avbnujt,
French, Scotch and American easslmcte
or nil color, ami beaver and broad clotht
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made tip in.the
And at the lowest price. A fine lit and first
class work Kiiarnntee d, Hatlslactlo in all re