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JOHN 1L OllEUIiY. Kdltnr and Punltihci
TKRMS OF THK UAilA I'ULLKTIN:
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On vaarbr carrier, In advance.
Ud year by carrier tl noi p ltd lu
advance ,t .....
Vne month, by mall
Una yea t
TtUC DOLL All WEEKLY IWLLKTIN
John II. Oberly has reduced the ubicrl
tl n nrtee nt the WKKKI.Y CaIHO lUl.L:TI
to One bolUr per annum, makltiif It tin
c i jH(ii,iir . I Hit l " 'tiltJM llllnni
Bs-tVtlna; ttnttr on -rv a.
THE PUBLIC LAMS IN Till
U A.N OS Ob CORPORATIONS.
Tb Unied Stale Economist nmlics ai
st mite of all tbe public lands in tl
United States, giving the number ol acn
which have been donated to schools ii
colleges; appropriated for asylum", fm
nublld buildings, for canal turin-ses, fui
It.dlan reservations: granted foi
railroad purpose, nulnly llio Pcifl.
railroad; nnterol under thu hntin Iim
la of 186:.' with Its suppl-ma-nts of IBiH
and 18t)fl; from this eslinmtu I
appears that substantially the pub
lic lands are absorbed nnd tin!
tha numberless acres of Werterti
lands, cultivable, but uncultivated, are no
longer In tbo hands of tbe governtneiil
but In those of great subsidized railway cor
porations There havo been granted to the
INclfto railroads two hundred and fifteen
millions, nlns hundred and neventy-uu
(AbKSanj and five acres of land, nearly
twice as many acres at have been reserved
for all tbe Indians In the Untlad dlau-t;
nearly four timet as tntny acres us havu
been granted to all tho schools, colleges
and asylums in tbo country, and nearly
ont-ttttnri ol all tlio cuttvnbla area
of the Unitod Stales, Ilernufter, when
wo are disposed to t;row ol
oquent over the ''boundless
'acres of tho West," totnvlte the European
emigrant and tbo oppressed of all lands to
..coma to tbe bosphaliU) shores of America
to help cultivate its wilds, let us reiiiem
brr that there am no more public lands to
ell them that tho general government
orni none and that It Is all In tho hands
of a few great railroad corporations. Tho
widespread dissatisfaction of the people
witbjbe pernicious system of ivini; away
the public lands, to corporations is niaiii
fatted just a little too lato when there
re no mora lands to be donated.
OAliEU O'lWtf SO U
Ante-mortem statues to oven treat
men are not common; tha fewest number
perform tctl of such transcendent lien HI
Cence to their fellow-men a to call lortb
sketches of their lives In print "previous
to their decease. Of these faw, is Caleb
Cuihfrig. He is as old as tho nineteenth
century. He oponvd his eyes upon the
libtjn January of tho yoar 1800. Ho
began a career uf public usetulneas and
honor when he was twontwflve yoars of
age, bsrini; beon edmitted to thu bar a
year 01 two previous, and having, even at
that nitty "CO, attained liluti profes-innal
success, Ue served with ability us a member
of tbe legislature of his native stale, Mua
Sacnusetts, and represented bin dntlriel in
the national congress lour consecutive
Urms, during which he was dislingui-hed
as a faithful laborer In the :omiiiitle
r wia, ao eloquent debater and an accom
piiabed parltamuntarian. U't serrod a
Uailed Stated coinmiesionor to China, and
nuotiateJ tbo first trmty of this govern
ment with the emperor ol tho land of the
sun Ho furnished from Ins own means,
the funds to eauip a regiment of
Mitnchuselts volunteers who served ir.
the Mexican war, and performed active
ervice during its continuance himsulf, h
Colotiel and brigadier geueral. As mem
ber of tha Masitchutetu supremo court
be suitained his high reputation for leal
ability, arid ably and faithfully ' executed
the duties of the otllfo of
United Stales a'.lorney general under
President 1'ierco. lie wa provident of
be Oliirl'iton convention in lS4d, und
v. . ...
uis name win go down to history as one
ol tbe members of ih Oenevn arbitra
tlon Ui4 public life covers almost tho half
ol a century, arid at an go whuri inottuieii
are believed to be falling Into the sear und
yellow lef( he gives evidence that tho
truagrit which hat made bis name Illus
trious, has nut dortd from htm.
Calab Outhing, like many other people
or nijo and luw decree, tiat bfen living
, In clo.o proximUy vo Uw owner of a don
Thedo('t owner U natoat Kelly and the
aog. unnite i ray celebrated in rhyme,
Wasneiiner gentlu nor kind, hut vlclom,
troublesome aud noisy; it barked by day
and bayod tbe moon at night, interfering
with OusbiDK t dtytlrai studies and dis
turbing bis sleep during thorn hours when
men, turee score auu ter.
desir to sleep Ir. rjuUtnei'. Cuililni;
brought suit In tbo police court at Watli
Inn too city, for damages against tbo dng'
owner, and m'ado the point that thedog wa,
nuisance; its owner was fined llilrty-flvu
lo Urs and ordered to cither kill or re.
Move the dog. In Uusblng's victory will
tha whule country rejoice. With this pro
cedent cileblithttd, no nun, nor
woman, nor biby, no pair of lover,.,
Bo restless Invalid, no Industrious stu.
k4f0t, no anybody, need hereafter be at the
,wercy of any snarling, barking, whining,
"swaning, growling dog. Wherever there
'la ado,; und a polici court, tbo dos' will
kavato keep mum, or go tbe way of Kul
iljr'. doi, b killc-d.or removed. Tru'v.
, the world woves.aod thinking of what wo
pave suffered in the pat from Ollclirltt's
lg as vicious, as nolty, M p orseverinu'ly
growling as Kally'a djg,w tbrow up our
sMliatjrU) hat and ory "Cashing forever."
ha made himself tbo bonufacterof the
jopje while dogs live and police courts
rlta; all man will blan birn; all women
M'flitM of bla with feelings of grail.
toodrep for. wofd, Mid If bullet
speak, we Imve no doubt one long,
und.hesrtfolt bout of. "Uusiiinn lo
em: ho would inane our uaynaps peaee-
fil,and,ou.r rtjRht slumbers undliturbod,'
would ro up from an army or infants yet
Mint. A lawyer, be may be Rront ; ns
mlesuiKti. Iio limy bo sound; as soldier, lie
may havo been brave J as arbitrator, lie
inY bavo been wife, but a tbe winning
Mrt.v In thnennest with Kelly'" dog, bo
deserve the victor's cmwn of lnurols at the
iiniiut ol tils country men; in iy hu wear
it, livlni,tnnny yer and may It, unfading
race bis tomb when dead.
i'HE STOUY UL' THIS EARLY
1).JU." DESCEND NT UP
II Kit KUIR A I UN OIU UI XTIONS,
l'Kv-L'LIA it IT IKS A HI)
I.nS v M I Y.
UK It MO I'll Kit
F. Til Kit.
r'lILL I'Altl ICUI.AKS Or T11K
CAHKHl uV I II K .MUitur.u.
Ead Of OH rt K wKs UOOl
Klull. 1'LVUOUTH, AI."-., July 16, I3T3.
It wa was not until lo-Jay that the
mzelis i f tills nlicielil and hlslorkul town
wuim aFtuletl that tho murderess uf Jlr
Guodricli, 111 Hrooklyn, was a native, ml
luring her eiirly lllu reiiUeiil ol i ij-Alihoui-li
the dories of the in-
ill trirauedy hail been read aiid commented
upon liuro. no one couiil coiiiieci inu uiiiiih
ol Kale bloUuaru wiiu lie youioiui iinu
liHtwUoiM,, ItetseV RiliL'. who. Ulilll u lew
i,.w yeuts, was not only the belle, ouuuo
liiiKlel ol propriety, tn mo wnoiu hikh
I. mil niirht I ho oveiilni: tiapors roceiveu o
ib laiu train lurtil-hed the llrft rumors
that Kale Stoddmd allil lletM'J- King Were
one and the tame person, un l ttiis inornuiK
the story was conurmeu. At may ue ox
I'UIILU) KXC1TKMKKT ANP VfLI.AOK 009!1P
run liii"li, aud it has mcreuiud rulhur than
abated over lino. "Who would have
thought that alio would have cummitted
murder I" und "I cannot believe ill" are
sauipUs of thu oxprepaol atonirhmeiil und
uouui neurtl in all quarters, itwastiue
llial.slni hud not been in 1'lymoiith much
during tho lusi Uvo or ls years, but still
sue was rememnereilHS an innocent, harm
lets Mid quaint Utile girl, und tho Very last
one who would uavo committed audi u ter
rible crime us the one Miu has so recently
anil fully confessed. Her parents are !,"'
livim:, und uro umo, L'llie no-t leapectable
and hmored oitizene of the town, Hiid, us
may bo expected, this terrible alliction has
nlmimt driven them to distraction. Tlio
mother was not uwire of tho terrible
trairetly in which hot ilaiiu'htur bus acted
so prominent h part until about the mo
ment she was vieited by n Herald reporter
this afternoon, and tho father, who whs
absent from the town during tlio day, did
not learn nt 1.1 lerrllilit Hltiulion until lilts
evening Last nl;hl, when ttm news wua
urst received otlniir two ol mo uemnoors
called upon the family, but thoy werti an
luippv ami ciieoriui ttiat nouu nau mo ueari
to iiroik to them
THU TKIIMI1I.E KKlVri
that their dailuluur llctsey fiad commlttotl
the highest crlino know to the laws-one
which may send her to a lelou'a cell for
I Ho, or cuuso bur to uxpuuo it upon tbe
'1 can't tell her the awful nowe : if I do,
1 can never forgive mveelf it.'' raid an elu-
oriy lady to your reporter, with tours in
her eyes Hut, slio added, "inn poor wo-
... . . . I " A II -J U-..I.I
Ulan UUgill el Know n, i jiib ,.i,ii, nil
old frieud of the family, nt length vo un-
teered to perform tho disagreeable service,
und n lew moments niter lim sad news nati
been broken oui coriespoiider.t called
upon Mrs Kini nt her n nt und tidy resi
lience in a Utile court oil' Summer street
The p or woman, who liu l been before
iilliirini! the tortures of iieurnlkiia in the
head, was now nearly crazed. Her grief
wn mil uf the S i-modic kiutl, but uf n di
scrinlion lhat lold I bat her heart wn
uearlv broken, lhat lior cup of sorrow wns
lull Mie win reoiiuirit! upon u soia, unci
her roiilitonimcennd every appearance de
noted death r ther thin life. Sho whs ro
luelanl to converse with any one, and oven
the mingled grief and y miiathy of a couple
of her si-ier ami e,.iii"ol liorolil nelliuors
failed to affurd li"r liny comfort.
Oh, my poor 11 ley I my poor IMseyl"
wa all that ll would say, alii then the
would give wu to her feelings, not
IN HUUs AND IKAKS,
but In ngouizing groins of tho mo?t linr
rowlng and paihf.il nature. .Mr. King. a
before sluto l, Was ut thl lililu ub-elit anil
ignurnlil ol ihe tumble Weill which bus
.heir yed the peace ulid happuiurS of Ins
rem iinli g llfe
I hero appear to no a great ueai oi
wnpa.liy lor your daughter in i.-w
Y'ork." I remarked, "ami lher la very
general impression that elm cominlttud the
act wiiue in u ui I'-rnHtij
"Oh I know she must have been cnisv
would rather have heard ol her death
than to know that hn would do anything
wrong if hu know it. It Jan t talk about
it aow, but you p raiotell meall aooul Iter.
Mv eve and uiv head puin ine so i can i
read hardly a word. '
THE UToKT TOLD THE MOTHER.
In comiilialicu with the poor woman s
ritpiett, I proceedid to tell uer in ueiau
thu incident uf tbe iragtaly, to all of which
hn iluneil with all merest lllal Wat
rea'lly uainiul to witness. Onco In u while
llio would llitcrrupi witn an inuuiry, uiuit
very partii'Uhir lo know if it was possible
thai Him unfortunate girl waa in her right
mind when thu eommiticd the bltKaly deed.
The a.turnui o that the public generally
regarded ber as insane seemed to all rJ the
heart-broken mother great snliifncllon.
In ri memo lo an inquiry concerning
the tory of lie tey having formerly been
in an Insane asylum, Mrs King said that
he wat once in llio Taunton institution
five or six months, but the could not tell
me the particulars, , ut referred me to one
ofhor neighbors, who wat familiar with
the circiiui'taricei Tlio heart-broken wo
man seemed to de-Ire solitude in her great
alllictlon and nil her sympathizing friends
withdrew except i.er two timers, who re
maiued until lata in the nfturnoon
THE JiTIIBIl HEAUS IT
Mr King, when lie arrived home this
nvening. learned for tlm first lime tho ter
rlble iihws of his daughter' crime, which
hit been the uppermott topic In tbo public
mind Tor nearly u week, no was reluc
tant to believe it at flrtt, but when he fln
ll V realized tho terrible farts ho gave way
entirely, and all effort to admlnl. ter corn-
fort were in vain, It Is prmiatile tnal lie
will visit his daughter in tlio count) of it
Hie fact of her nativity here, tho re
spectability of her parents nd her liborul
education have all been alluded to in the
Herald, but vntir correspondent, in mingl
ing with lie' friend and schoolmates, hss
bucu to galQtir uiuny additional facu con
THE OA 1110 DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JULY
cerning tba early life and career of this
most retnarkablu criminal. pu -"
here In I'lyuioulh, and so was ner intiier
and mother before her, nnd she may, there
f ire, bo considered at a pruy direct de
scendant of the little band wno
uamk ovkk o tiik M vy ri-oWKit
Two or three conturus ego. Hho U tho
youngest of a fiitnllyol two Uauginers, ner
u iler staler lielinMiiiirril'U ton ,nr uuriiuvv,
a worthy citizen of Hyde Turk, Mas. It
was tier sister anil noi imey- wuu inoBui
ni hool hero in I'ivinoulti county, although
Iletiey is said to possess a tar supeiior
ducation jho Is a graduate of the high
tchool. and during ber tu tlon she wit
particularly celebrated a k writer, aomo
ol hor compositions uro said to huvo hud it
touch and elegance, and sliown a uepio oi
tliotiilit nnd studv. which attracted uni-
ver.al Htieniion. lu every branch of
IUly slio wu remarknbly apt, and her
proficiency ofun i-xelled the envy and
Laloutlv of her schoolmate. While her
lather und mother are firm und enthusi-
rtii.towKKsor tiik kkcond auvknt,
The two Uaughtuia weio ulway a devoted
U.uillsls, ulld Hotsy Wat particular! io
gular nnd earnest in hordiobatli scnuoi
attMiiiUiieo. In uersonal uiil'earaiico the
was uiwais verv uttrnctlve, ii .turo supply-
I,,,, ill,.... r,.rM i.i,triiM wnicll the mutt
-oiMiiiI.bed mililnerv mid tlnutiiiaker
could not embellish One uf hi r old -chool
males described ber to )uur reporter a
real, ewcei, lull, round late, red cneoK,
ruin- litm. cl -ur skin, graceful form, nuKurn
hair una nll.-geinnr me oe.t iiioaiug uoo
in thu family.'' T.ier.1 win alway. ,.me
thing iiboul her thut wa different from
,itli,r ..irl. nnd her atioclate. knowing
her little whims, used tiiiralify tnotil uer
.renta. tito. Kuril Verv Indulgent wl Ii hei
nnd always ullowed the I'tmo.t fretnlom In
nvxrytliliiR At school h was morn lear-
less limn inosi scnoiars. nnu u hii- uiu
timtnit any very serious breacn oi tue
rules it wis not bt.-i-ue slio leureti ine
comcqiloneet. While sue was cioyor one
SLY AND AnTrUL.
IVrhans to sav that tho ml "odd' Lost
Uescnous her cuaracior during her school
day career. Olio day he would be all
milk and hotiuy Willi (oiuu ui iuhskuoibib
atld llio hel day Uiu WOUIUI1 l noilt-u
ilium, rlliu Uidn l seem to caro parucu
larly lor ihe ..cieiy ol genllemuh, bo lur
a any oim in I'lyuiuth knows. Shonuvur
said anything about bur BWeelhearts, II
hu hnd any, und it I more than likely
that he burning pattloii wns never lull
developed uutil tho left her homo some
six or seven y ears ajju. mo wuvuir..
unit rtrisT noiNO away
Am In kiti-uiii with her singular nnd char
ncieilttlc conduct ever since. Oiiodayshu
suddenly took it Into her head to go to
II, i. tun. "and whuli the declared bur inten
tion her parent titled her out nnd gave
her $100 in money. It Is said by some of
her lady associates that thete was young
man in the case in llio snape oi a
lloston "runner," who had iwi umo nt.
n,..l,,i..l wild her .ltirmr. OIlu of his pem
grinntions he'- I'lymotitli, and that it
to haro her fortunes w'lh
his tliat slio loft her homo. She
hail cultivated n romantic disposition
by a llbe, l peru-nl of storv paper nnd
novels, and It IS more inaii nauiy tout
C1IKAI- LITKHATUHi: IS THE I'KIMU CAUHE
Of nil her woes and mislorlunes. After a
week's ubeunce she wrote Home from Cticl-
sen that she was going to 1'hlludulphiu us a
clerk fur n leuialu physician, und shortly
afterwards tho wa heard trom In the
Quaker City. An interval of toverul
liiolliua men uiapneu, un uur latitur Wat
lliturmud lhat 'je Was sick in a hotel in
Boston, nnd when ho went to her assist
mice ho found that alio had been sent to
Ihe Insane Aeylum in Tuunton. Tho
cause ol hor aburuiion of mind was nover
ascertHined, although it in generally sur
mised that it was some tl'iir of thu heart.
She was very sick during a couplo of
months of her hospital llio, uuu wns at nil
time verv violent ribo would tour bur
clothing to pieces, and was
(JIVE.N 10 DHM'MJCrlVr.lK.-fl
Generally. Alter uboiil six months she
began to improve, and uuoul the time she
wim to be turned out hs cureu tne toux it
llilo ber bead lo leave without going
through thu usual formalities ol a dis
charge. Securing a couple of drosses and
soino other clothing belonging tonne. ot the
matrons, thu stepped tiiperslllluusiy into a
bujgy that wu standing near thu institu
tion und drove oil' to a relntlo.V In North
iintlgewaler And thuru were no appar
ent sympomsot insanity. So the otllcials
thought Hut nftur that Utile truali,
tlio patient was prouoiiueetl sane and al
lowed io go. suhn quentiy sue weni 10
Middluboround learned the rtruw hat nnd
bonnet business, in winch tho is snld lo
havo been hii expert. Providenco waabi r
next tihlectivo point, but she rumiiued
there only n fuw months, when sbu went to
Muw 1 ork.
ore roii sew yohk.
This is nhuui four years ago and the
torv of hor eventlul Ilia un e ttiat lime
hu. already been told in the II rain. Uer
parontt have known little of her and have
heard from hnr at Interval of tlx month
or a vear She hn always seemed to have
an aversion lo home and friend since tho
first left Plymouth, but for what reason
cannot be divined Her father Is a man
f considerable means, Rml h-s always
been happy In expending his Wenllh for
tho eratincatlon ami coui'ort ot ins cnu
dren, und ibis terrible trngie affliction in
'l. declining years it, therelore, peculiarly
M 118. MuGEK,
in 'Uhthulrrel, botwrro Commercial ni Wtth
ililnu Atenlli's, ImUl'T rcsllBf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATER? BI'lltNO ANII BDllMKn ("TTLKS,
llliri I lull linn Of
BOKTSnilTR &c HATS
iTrimmril am) UDlrimmnd,)
fltCNCd KI.tlWKRri. ItllllltiNr), THlttMIMI
of all klndt, bacrt, etc., to,
Mrs, Mcllce has also a Urn t.tortmsnt r.
Kancr Articlra, such as
SBCK Tl.W, OI.bAUH, tlNIIKtvHl.EKVKH
And all other arltclea uiunllj lound In
FIHST-0LAS3 MILLINKHY STOllK
Mm, Mcdec, In addition to her tttoek of
K'ant-y ami Millinery (looils, has u line ami
Complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
made Ladies' anil Misses' SIiocb and Clill-ilrchs-
Hoots, lllat-k and m Colors. Thcai
arc ufknovvlt'dKi'd to be the tinest ami best
ever in the market, and this is the only
Inline the i ltv Dial make them a spei-ialt)
NEW YORK STOiIE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHQEIT VAUIBTY STOCK IN TUK CITY
0001)3 SOLU VKKY CLOSE,
Corner of Klneleenlh alrevlnaU t'otu
O. 0. l'ATLEIt
MKAli BMFATK AUUVt,
John Q. Ilannan. Cha. Thrupp
JOHN Q. HAIIMAN & CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AUENTS
CONVEY AH OltRS
Nwrlli C ir. ut 'li s t. t
OQer for aalc at low figures atitt easy term
the lolloWltig real estate :
Ho 1 An elegant coit.igc, corner i wniiiu
ami l.oell.l stlecUi. Is'i iilurit,!) 1, third ud.
l.oti above grade, n loin in u i. lu wnui i
known a tin 'Itldgc hlock;" those lot run
through the block irom riitccuiu to nix
I. euth streets, anil the best roliieiice prop
erty In the city adjoining property highly
. .. i ....... M...I i 1. 1. ..tt vtsM.,,f n,.,nM
fcl, L.ljtn O Hie, T. w TV , , nauiuivu
iivcnue, between ritlrtetiilliund Kourtei nth
street, west aide. Good two-story building
on eueli lot.
NoJJAI-o, vacant loHD ana C, adjoining
thu above Lot K, b 23, city,
on 5 xtn street, foutli e dc.
between 1'oiunierclul and Wa-blugton ave
nues, will be sold In tracts to nult purchaser,
very low aim otieasv terms.
No 4 l.ole J aud e. b ,t), corner ol Four
teenth and I'oplur streets, front on l'oplur
street, west side, opposite posi-oiiico mock.
No f snlviidld liusiucss building, resl-
leneu In seioiul storv. U rooms, ball and
iroiilaitd rear ntulrway, water on both lloora,
in euiuber one conuition; tiiuatcu on norm
west corner ot commercial avenue and
Tvvelltb street. A great bsrgaln If nold
No C Lot i, 7 and P, i 22. city, on
Coiuiuurvlal avenue, be ween t ami th and
h lttn etreets, Luta 20 and 2, b 1, cliy, oil
vVashitiKtoii avenue, between Huh and
sixth streettt. Term ouiy, nilce low.
.No 7 Lot 14, lu b 1st, un Nineteenth
street, between Coiniiier lul uvenUe und
Poplar atreel u great barg'iln. Lot2., ll DO,
1st ad., on Witsbiligton avenue.
No 8-t'wuier.i desirable bUMues houes
u'tU two lots, on sixth street between Cum
in rcial und V ailtlngtoti avenues, will be
Mild at terms to pay purchaser rental ol 2ft
ber cent lii luTesimuiit.
o -j six iota in u .".i, mi aa. mgn
ground. 9'iuueucu on easy payiui-nts.
o io t.uit t und x, lu no iiuitn corner oi
Tenth and Levee afreets. Hot buliien loca
tion lu the city terui eav. Lota21. '11 und
illn Ii IK, lit ud., south corner oi rweutieth
and l'oplur streets. Al-o thr c Iota in court-
house block. Iroutlng on 1'onltr street.
No 11 A apieuditl two-story residence on
north east corner of Wulhtit and Ninth
'treett, wiih two lota very dolrablc prop
erty. No 12 Lott IS and 19, b T9 south side ot
Twenty -tirst htreet, oppoitle "Convent
lllock" very desirable lor residence pur-Do-es.
No la a well Improved farm of 210 acre
00 aetca under cultivation : houses and barn
irood orch.trd. bearing tree: ruun n "Ulci
through luitu ubove overflow-, out quarter
in lie irom station and depot 01 Cuiro iC
Loula milicAii. Will be sold on easy terms
tor per uere.
No 14 Ten ol the choicest lot'. In block
57, 1st tidilltfon, above grade, bcaiitillll resi
dence locution, will be told ut u great bar
gain. Wu cull particular uttention to this
properly us it win be so u very low.
A KINK CHA.NCK Foil INVESTMENT.
Ill addition to the foregoing We otter tor
sale, or leue, a large number ol vacant lott,
in dillcrcut parts ot the city, embracing No
1 Iiu-Iiicsk und rcshliiice property.
In unimproved lands, we have for calo
over2:.t00 ticre In Alexander und l'ula-ki
counties, at pricci ranging from ii to f l.'i
per acre, und are prcpui eu to oiler tndilcr;
ineiits to purchasers tnut cannot be equalled
in v.uiuruuo, iexut or unv other place or by
"any other man." A large amount ol l:imlol
me very uei qmitiiy, in Alexander nntl I'll-l.t-kl
counties, belonging to thu Illinois On-
trul lluilroail vompuiiy, lor the sale of which
wo ure Hie agents, win bu sold very low und
on such euiy lermt ihutu pcrs-on ot ludtt.lrl
oti liaiilis, with u very small sum ot ready
money, can In a few year become the
owner of u productive lurm. Wo have
nluts und ilc-M'iiiitloiiti ol all lundi offered
lor ralo und will luke picture In showing
inirenusers ine property . lines io till rjntia
eold by usgiiurunteetl, and shown Irom the
patentee when rcqulrctt by abstract. Ap-
in to UUX1. . HAITIAN cC C(J.,
cor. Mxth and Levee sin., Cairo, lib.
.t,,.. r iut'i ' '
C. WINSTON 4 CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
Tl (eccoim noon) omo luvbb,
Hoy and Sxll Rkal Ehtati,
I'UUNISU AHSTUAOTfi OK TIT I B
Au'l is- ri l)on?eiui(" nf Kind
covmiMiiost iiifuttw ittniu
Z. D. UATHUB3.. 3 C CIIL
MATHUSS & UHL
Commissi on M k h c iunt
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
JOHN B. PHLLIS& 80N,
iBuocessor to John 0, Phtlht,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c.,
CoK. 1 KNTH-fT. ami OHIO LEVI
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
Aud dealer In
LlMX, ClMSNT, I'LABTEll, HAIR, KTC.
Nu Ohlti I.eve.
J3T1 will ftoll In car load lot at manulae
hirers' prli-oa, aibllin; trrfKht. ''Ml
CAIRO CITY COAL
I iireprl to suiinlf onttenBr
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORPKRS left at Ualllday Bros, office, e
umo Latvia, or at the Coal Yard below tha
ft. Charle Hotel, will receive promjit tt(in.
tlon. Tha T .o "Mohtauk" will brlca M
t'lttida to eUiaers at any ttoui.r
Our Home Advcrtisera.
POHWAHDING and COMMISSION
DEALE11S IN FJOURj
4B't xel- ol
onio at van and xanawha
70 Ohio Lbvkk,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ron FAIRB&NK'S SOALRP
Ohio Levee. 0AIKO. ILLINOIS.
COFFEY. PACE CO.,
r e w h n t . (i
A N II
FLOUlt AND COUNTRY I'UODUOK
J. O. MATHEWSON,
And Agent for
llAZ.itn awd DoroNT Powosn Co.,
AUGUSTA i fiA.
s. D. AYERP.
B. .1. AYw
AYERS A CO.,
HENEKAL COMMISSION MEROHANTS
No. 78 Onto Livsr, Caibo, III.
PE T E R 0 U ii L,
Ko. NO OUIO LEVKK.
3-20 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commission
prop ira 1 to forward all klntU of freight
to all polutH.
am-Dntlnstt atuadtd to promptlTi
WOOD R1TTENDOUSV, 4 BRO
Goaenl CommiMion Merchc
181 OHIO LlYUt
W. H. Morn i .
F1HR, HULL, OAKOO, LIVR 8T00K
tOHTu AUEU10A, PA.,
Asints .tO,TM,tti3 CO
HSfdtS... ..J, 144,810 71
Uet..... ... ...I1,TI1,1M H
I.NTERNAT10.NAL, N. T.,
1ksU . 1,1 J
iMfU X8K.7S as
tatrl m - ..- JU5.S7S 4
AUERICAft CKNTIUL, 110.,
4 ICttlHlltlllltHttMttlliltllMtttttttlHtSIIIMI S
eo.NN2c-ti'''-T mutual, urr,
vtts . trt.w.-ryi t
TRIVCLEIIS', HAHTFOrtO. I.IFP. AND
tssoU . ....ll,i",v,(,'.li I
UUl.tVAT IMHHKNOKIIH A-UBaNOB
CO., HARTPORD, ,
vittts....... . leoo.rryi n.
l-.'ts t'.VIMt (
H A FFOHD, MOHIUS & UANDKK,
71 Otitis lri.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 1ST S XT 12 .A T-T C E
NIAQAXIA, If. T.,
oxnviAniA, it. t.,
IIANOVKB, it. T,
KtrcnLic, rr. t,
Ooraprlslcr tht UcderwrlUrt' ADC7.
V0NKRB.1, tf. Tn
tltHM IIMUItO.ltKl.ltOtHHI t.tt.?3 4M
MUEMEK'a VUKD, B. W,
ti'.oro. fjw!llniis. Furniture, flulls asd Cnr
ir's, irtursHi mi rate at itvnrauia u ssuo-i, per
m.ntiot ssouritv win itsrrintJ.
1 rcaisreimuv an or ine ciiissbso:
tttrrof their pMronafti.
TEUTON I A LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Ccsr'L.Orricc, 17a WAentHQToiiHT.
This German Llfo insurance Company
guarantee not only Paid-up Policies but
aUo a Valuo In Cfvrh on tho Hon-forfelture
JOHN A. HUCK, .
JOI1N W. PltUKSB.
Aent for Cairo aud vlcuilty.
SECTION NO. 17.
4.Anlitlnn Inrnsnmnllss l.lfn In.tl.inn.
and Hick ltelief by weekly tlues and mutual
co-operation In object ol public bencllt.
The Lite Insurance l'olicle will be Issued
by the Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
II. UKYKItU, President.
JOHN W. PRUKS8, Ao't.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
A'jo, Rep coDfaaM on hacd a mcsl earn
li'.sl atcck of
tCOTOB A WD taiKD WniSKIaV
O I N H,
Vort, Madarla, Sherry and Catawba "VVIn
It. Smith Si Co. are also stents, tor Fpr ti
ctr. SUKnv A o.'s 1 Hull ri nli.olwl 111
laue stock I kept constantly on bnd at
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS
iJU7. Saualae, Uaattllate,
vtid tbs cslshrstoil illuminatln
OnOM'LUII.DINo OOP ilTU 8T. A COi)
MAIN CRUHH NTBEKT,
Oood tabllni? connected with the house,
mil sample room for commercial traveler.
Kreo omnlbu to and Irom all trains.
VI nl J DUIH l'-mm Ho
0 I ALB B I
Our Homo Adrtrtiwn,
" '1 "" HI II I II
nfScral fts (1, 11
CITY NATIONAL BAMK, 0A1H0
A. B. flAFFOUD. Praridenl;
f. H. TAYLOB, Vlca-Praaldant;
U. HYHLOl', 8ecretry and Troafdtar
e. It. fJtaottt,
f. U. UToearLiT
It. It. Ccnamenia,
si, r. uuumi,
J. tt. rtuum.
Dapvalla ol atisr Aaaaaual Boclvlioa
isa Cemf I'twarU.
LTBRCST cai-t oo dt posits at th rata ot ata
Drtat. Mraanuia, Much Istaad 4lm-
bor 1st. lBlert not withdrawn li adittt! uatoo
dlkUlj to the principal of tit dpll, thrtT
aiviaff mem cvrapouui. iui.ihi,
MABalBO ffQKii ajiu uuiLussa ati
O V8AT tO US alA OA 141 W IT.
Ora r busloM' d7 from t a.m. lo ip.ro.,
and f.tturJsf n- .off lor navinu unruniic
vi. uiobur, iTfasursr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
Ol I HU.
17. P. IIALLILIAT, PrldDt ;
UBftar L. H ALU DAT, Vio-PrKtUai
A. B. HAPFORt), Cutler I
MALTKIv HTrfLOP, Anltlt-i Owhlsr-
ttTitT Tttl-oi. Itosttt B.O;rT-jisita,
Hiist L. HaixidaV. W. P. HtlUSAT,
Oao. D. Willuhmb, Stamaa Bia
a. n. Birroan,
Eacautatar. OoU mm Call! MaXa
Bhj Baaalil ttMl mm.
DBPOSITM reolfM, zd
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or ciA i mo.
It. W. Mn.Lcn, President.
.1. M. 1'lllLt.lKi. Vice-President.
Chasi. CUMM.NUHA.M, Cashier.
COLLECTIOriH PROMITLT MADB.
EXCnAMOr., fim, bn nous st OslU
HUIm eurlttM Uniitl ai.it oll
iiihi ailnwMl nss Huso BBtatla.
ROOT- AXD IIORtt
And buy your
BOOTS JL.HrX3 S XX O E 3
Cor. Traill at reel anil I'aistmercial A
1 am now prepared to manufacture al
spring styles, such as patent leather, morroco
duck anu can-sum oonui. anor. wnn oot -
tnss. rnrlr ami nllmn knlpN. Nrnth hnttnrna '
and bevel edge or any other style you wish
1 am io manuiaciurini; an extra ouailtr
of ladles' shoes. My material and wore
manshlp are warranted to be ol the btt. 1
am determined to not be undersold lor the
time quality ot Roods.
itepairiDK aone neatly anu on saori
nntlee It. JoNBS.
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
N WAI.TEMN, Vruprtaler,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR
doors, sash, blinds
Furnished ob sbarteat ootiot.
Commsrcial avenue, between Tenth and 9j
M IMC'BIXAM EU HU.
BEMI3, BROWN & CO.,
Agents Home Cottow Man
NO. 60 Ohio Lfvee, Cairo, Ills.
For Ruin nl Wholinlo nr fLnrail. U
OOUNIK 32D-8TRIXT AND OHIO L1V1 f
J. . OABBI.K
WARD & ROBKRTS,
DlALKKi IK WllIOW 8UADM,
Wall Papxb, Pum Wuits
Lead, Hhbbed Oil
Spirits Tobpbhtinb, Oldb
Shkllac, Alcohol, Etc., Em
WMblngton avonu and Kleveuth ut.