Newspaper Page Text
I: 4-- OJ?J?IOE:..No.-13 Tenth Street, Thornton's X$u.idinyr. . tit J. " V 1 . DAILY EDUtON VVjF QUAUtMAN OFtTJW CQVMiT li f&iWti&WWW .OJ&HlOUrA I'lie llltm Itepuhlicau inc.i of the Ktulp are indignant became I Ion. V. .1. Allen linn been aitiyiicil to tliu po.tlon of chairman, oi'liy piinuilj lf vim the Hill of High'. In the Constitutional loiiveii tluii; imil.ln uilltorlul outL'IvltiL'H tliutniu iiIdiil' iliu whole i-aiuutof dissatisfaction. trum the loiVivot.MuifuilM proline ih tliu tral will lease ItUo 32.mlWw of tho Mll hih onci ..f violent anj-oi, they are waukco and b't. Paul from AusTTn ItTpife iiie appointment, ami arti Iowa line. No HUfch IfenW InM heil emluuUrfiiy to iliakc'out of It u ureal ' "1U,,. hut aH tho JIIIiioIh Central cau op, ,iuiiomiLo'pui meal, taiilluU i Wo, liavu . ... ... yu Itlclsui oi u pniiniiieiii weiiiocnu ui uio uaiiu.-) oi Kop.iuliuaii e.lllojs Is to exptui lo, muuli l to give ovldenee ol the po-..-.cBlon of i.'Diilldfiiee in the declarations of I'rcju illffJ thujasiurtlou-J 6f FafWi.jilih IliViat'lle fuee of t'tilif Uiireasouln'ii de niinulatloii, all fair-minded men will up platid tlie appointment as one tit to hu made It was at once a rebuke of He publican tyranny, ami , an assurance to the people, llint'lihurly may be eiidan. i;:rc.l under our political Institutions, but cannot be destroyed while the ".-ceond sober thought'' of the masses Is allowed to correct the wrongs too often commit ted by tliu uliron.yi Of .exolUjiuuut and f polltlcatlluired.ll L ' 4 - A few yearn uiro, thU citizen, Wllllum J Allen, guilty of no ollenne, while pur muiiii' the even tenor of UN way, wus ruffoly torn frrtni hl-f family and hi butl neti; and, without any proocm of law, wiim thrown Into n loathe.some prison, denied the riKht of a trial by a Jury of his poer, aijdjOf tlie irivjl jrm-.-t dfftH4 writ of ImlJeaa fcorpus.' Vhen hln jufleri naw proper . to open tlie diHirn of lii.r priHou, tio wau. turnol put without ceremony and without explanation. A few yearn aim, thin citizen, William J. Allen, while dtcUM.diiK public Ihiucm in ti calm and distillled ftneech, In which he carefully avoided tla1 uoof any laiifuajjo which t.ik'lit be construed into an lnnull of bin political 'opponento, wa asballud by armed hoIUIcr, aud driven from a public thoroughfare In thin city;nndat other timet, In other places, hn life was put Into jeopardy by the phenzy of tho mobbltesof theJlopubllonn party a party which htu shown iUelf to be uUtjry re gurdlewt of any law but the will of its revolutionary leaden. Aud, uow, In the year of grocer, 1870, In a constitutional conventioncalled by the Republican Icglnlaturoof n Ropubll cuu Htute, thin name citizen, William J. Aljqn, in whoie pernon. every fight of the American freeman hat been outraged, ntutidn at the head of the Committee on the lit 11 of Might. The appointment In, Indeed, one lit to be intuit ft rrt(nt ap propriate appointment. It in, lu our opinion, a compliment to tlutlove of lib erty which In always, even lu the dark vi of houm of political excitement and revolution, prevent In the public heart, hlnco It lii rebuke of Radical Intoler ance, and the condemnation of tho out rages committed kby that party tin der the pretext of public no comity,, Who In more competent than William J. Allen to ay what rlghtn of the citizen hhould bo declared sacred by the people of Illluuin, and why Hhould not he, lu wlioe person liberty tins been outraged, at ali tueti, le allowed. (j hny for the peotdo 'at thin commonwealth thatHUch wrong nhall not agftlii bo per' lietrated; that the liberties of the f!lj"u ahall be held Inviolate ever in tlie face of Hharp bayonets, and amid the olnngnrof arms, ho long an tho courts are open and tho prooeme of law can ho 'HOrved lu peace? 77: DEMOCRACY OF ISDIASA. There In In no '.State of tho Unlotf'u more gallant body of men than the De mocrats of IndliinnV Often defeated, thoy Imvo never yet jokuow.etjged themselvei nubjugatod; and, after euch reverse, reorgunlzo to ronow tlfefidib'bdrn battlo again, confident that victory will perch upon their ban nor and tho right again provail. They have onco niore entered tho Held of combat, and their bugle, challenging tho Radical, glvea forth no uncertain sound. IU noton breath dollauco, and glvatotbolr frleudn the iiKsuranco tlint they tiro cdntl'dont of Huccenn In.tho cauvasn which thoy Imvo JuhI inaugurated. In their declaration of prlnclplea there' In littlo to condemn, and much that b worthy of tho commendation of all pa triotic cltlzem). With tuh'racforisllb' honesty, they have loft nothing, fun con-: Btructiou, hut have assorted, in most ox pllolt lauguage, their polltidal''dft.bd:' We who runs may read; aud ho.who) road, may hold comprehend, Aud to', 'a knight, tho Indiana Domocracy throw's down the gnuutlot to Indlatia jtujfetUV Ism; and hooii tho battlo will bo Jollied and a denperato H(rugglo 'ch!06r vV have conlldonco thnt tho rjght will pro-ti vail, aud (hat Radicalism, will, bo dirt-, astiounly defeated. u Tho Now York IforahUays .tho clergy1 com tno liiutou euaioN yiL',ouu,ouu por annum ;, tho criminalB:W0,O(M),O00;"'thb ho crimlnnlBiWO.OOO.ooof ho' 70,000,000, and rum 200 000, ""I lawyetx IHK). "TUESDAY J fJ,nOIS CEN'lllAL. Th.J AiJItyj ofc Uik.yJLa,eC(lve,, from the olficeru".the LUlnois Central HallroadniM'raft'for buitit; t7 per cent bb"J;0S1706;06?'tJJd'ohiii'Ul (if tliu groNH.oarulagt) f th;roatl'pr Hid" six months; ending 0tt, 31,iSL-. 'i ' llierfl I8'ff rlhal the IJHnolg Cen iiftidi flint Kul In iiillntili iu, , . vvy Y"iV:?rAuft,r J" a ii: ox - ' tension or It CTodar J ulia and MM uesota line, while It ean be jOjieratcd only -.- ,- --. wMi inllloulty by. the MllwauJceefcnU iitj 1 UUI rou'i " not improbable lliutsucli a leuxt! will be. iiudd At'-'rtcnelit ;thc Illinois Central Ua not accepted ttio imrt of the Cednr Falls rontj north of St. Aungur, Meanwhlhs traliiH aro run be. twceu3t. AiiHgar and Austin, making couucctloiiH with the two roads. When the new road has been put into good or der wo may expect; trains to run througl, from DiibtKiuo to Austin, and perhaps to Ml. run . V 77A GOOD TIMES. r 'tOIOrtd tlines; iion;riaaLhe"tteKf' says uio mouied man of tho North ; "every tiling U lovely, and the gooso httug high', And while capital -Is'-hoantlng In this way labor Is .ulTerlng. 1 thh. bloated money-mat), who haH 'been taught by prosperity to (.00 everything in tlie 'colors of tho rot, wore to cast hi8atInflot.oye lu tho direction of "the great cities, ho would see a spectacle'thirt rHlght Miak his conllilence In his belief that nil is well with the country. Ho would see tho cities of tho North Hwarmlug with idle artisans, and Impoverished day.ln liorersl aud h would be1i6M:the fcltfcs bt the .South being overrun with. Northern mechanics, willing' ro wfarkf6r sunicient wages to keen. .bodv and soul toiti-tJiBr- 'I his Is tho kind of pr6perity Radicalism has given to tlie country. 1 iiil' VHV.I '' 'rH' PI1031 J0NESB0E0. ilOjrfjMiiiJoicof thfl Daily Ilnllotli.J TIIK CIHCUIT COURT. .NftinDER CASES. ICK JUKYMAX, &C, dV. Joviioito. Jun. 10th, IS70, The Circuit Court of jii In county, which UM.-lxHtU kln Keeslea tnbra lltan M wecK, win soon adjourn. All the com mon law and chancery cases have been disposed of and, there yet remain only ithree ft I initial cases undisposed of. In case of the The reoplo, kc , vs. Abram .Misenhitnor, Jr., for murder,, ,tht fvertue Avai changed to tho Alexander Circuit Court. In tho ca-o of tho People. Ac. vb. William Whitehead and ratConlgan. fdr tho riiuWlT ldf Huck'Dupaa! White- hiad has moved his trial. to Murphysboro aud Conlgan'ri trial will bo commenced tills. I 31. This la.a.caso of tuuoh impor tance itiul notoriety, on account afuho character of the deceasedj and tho man ner lu which tho homtcldo wnspornotrn- tt(l. The prosecution will be conducted by Col, Robert R. Towties, and tho do feliso by F. Pi Albright, Knq. Inthucaso of Tho I'coplo vs. Isaiah Johnson, for counterfeiting, txiwd onfsat urUay last, aftor the Jury had retired, ouoofllio jurymen was attacked with serious lllneHH, and tho wholo nanol Vere discharged without verdict. Townea lot; prosecution, .ma Messrs. rdnvlllo and. Albright for dofouso. In tho caeo of Thg People vs. McCoy, for hurglory, tho Jury failed to ngroo. Vuothcr trial will be lnd this ,torm. The only case remaining on the dock et l" that of Tho, People .vs. Joh. Deya lollies ror prosecuuonauu .MOssrH. i-rlck: hlid Albright for defonco. D'tiyo is tho" mau arrelod in Cairo by 'Mr. Frank Hlght, for burglary and larcony In Union county, nnd solllug part of said property m miasm county. The docket nt UiIh plhce was a yery largo one", but, for the first time in many years has been cleared by Judge Crawford. X. ; Two brother, living lu Arllugton, Van Huron county, Michigan werd mar ried1 a short tinio slnco by their stop father, who is a Justlca of tho Poaco; tho yoTingesl ono marrylug his cousin, whi(o the older marribd his ui6ce, a girl of J. 4, he bolng nearly as oldagala. A rocejit marriage in Hreodsvlllo, tho samo opunty, has "bxdlted 6be cbmrhbht'. tBolh partlos wero promlnont Spiritual Uti. 1 fWitf Indy was'H 'Well-known1 med-1 rh (ttld dpenko'r:c,Nof tTJommg tao', (Ceasry td procurothd'so'rv'ic'oof a clergy, ratui,; thoy'toblcenohdUierhy tjjo hand lio4 Jr(imIactl'ttJ crtro1 fJr1 Uha'Toyo uacli other', until dtatWsltodld Hlip'a'rn'Hiem. 1 1 ' Ti Marquis dJjiggrejcjyjioJiajun douaken tho culture or silk in. Franklin n I .T.l lOountSyS W 0 ',9WsUiVi i&ikky bAIw',11 con1- n' 11 lit I r tho great suecoss whlcii will at oiitefprrs'ollatW'ii'aforhired leud tho ontefprfsotliatVo iiasTorhored fifty luldiUpnal amlljoe' from Franco, t'x i.! "... .i'.TI - i . ,7 lWWJU uurt'tt exertions they, brought, U o voesel tlomoht. Tho work is under., thH sunarjl-iiiiti r.ri ' rnJnddficVoil .heiV ilik luwiuiioturaw :of tlte HllfattloC ,uwfr f W,UM ,r,.-, ZZZT front frhlch he oomod. TKsf WaVrldis iV iaid lo be worth .4,000,000 of fraaiw: ip frdi'q which he oome4. ThV MaVdills lV ' EVENING. JANUARY ,,1)EM0,CJIA,GY.m Ni'.iTi: cuwvKXTionr or tiik ii:mo C'KATN Of INltlASA. TIIK PFiATFOHM: ADOIl'Ef. Kecfinitructloil.tlieTtirlir.XMIoiinl llankt iiii rinertitii Aiiieiiuiueiii, unci nny CliHUife lu llio .4turallzntloii lMra Jlcnoauctil. fi 1 ho Democratic convention, of. tho htate or Intllann, convened nt Indlan'n- .polls, on tlie 8th InstTaud adopted tho following platform: That the Democracy or Indiana, In delegate convention assembled, declare thnt tho Federal Uulon, with nil tho rights and dignity of the several rjtates should bo preserved. And to fiocuro thnt treat national blessing tho Constitution tnuHt bo respected and observed, and every approach to centralized despotism defeated, whether attempted by Congress or tho JOxecutlve. it That recent events have ni6ro than ever convinced us of the Infamous and revolutionary character of Ui6 recon truotlon measures of Congress, und we denounce tuso measures as an invasion of tho sovereign uuuHuc'rcd rights of the people und of all the States. That tho independence of the Supremo Court or the United states is essential to the safety and security of tho States and tnelicophJ. And wo. declare that tho measures of Congress having in view the destruction of tho powers of that court to adjudicate on tho enactments of Con gress, is n dangerous evidence of tho usurpations of tho legislative over the Judicial department of tho government. That wo aro in favor of a turifl' for revenue onlv. And wt doniatwl thntili-f burdens of taxation shall be fairly nrtdM eqaally .adjaatedf-aml declare that micliH an adjustment cannot be made without Htriklug from tlie atututo book, tho present unjust aad odtou tarlI'laws, a. system of taxation, based upon favor itism, and which has destroyed. Ameri ean shipping hud commerce, oppreHsed the people of tho groat agricultural re gions, which compel the many to pay trlbutu to tlio fow und which has built up monopolies, act! controls not only every American uarkot, but also the legislature of Courrcss. And we de mand that tho priae articles or "necessi ty, such as tea, toffee, sugar and salt, shall be placed upou tho free list. That we aro wl.ling to pay our na tional debt lu strict compliance with our contracts, whether M. was mudo payable In gold or greenbacks. Rut wo are un wllllnc to do mora than that. And wis declare.tliat the 0:20 hoods are payable lu greenbacks' or their oaulTBlerit. Anil we condemn the policy of the adminis tration, which Is squandering mllllooanf money uy uuying hucu bonus at a ulgu rate or premium, when Uie government iiuu tlie clear rigut to jeueem trjem at That the nut onal bnnk SVfltom. kti rir ganlzatluu In tho inturests1 of'thd' bond- bolder. oUcht to bcnbrllitica nnd k'reen- backs Issued in lieu or tuch bank paper, Thus Having inflllum stliiuullv to the people, and giving to th' whole people, IiiHteud of the few, tlio btnellWof Issuing a papec currency. That tho business interests of the coun try demand uu Incroased aud maiutaln- eu yoiumo oi .1,110 ourK'ucy, -auu 1110 burthen of the jmbllo debt, the high ruto of Interest und taxation, Imperatively forbid tho contraction of tho currency In the intrestoftho bondholder. That tho shares of stock In the nation al batiks ought to be subject to school mid muuelpal taxation on tho same con- ditiomi aa other property. (And wo da- mana 01 our oiaio i.egiHuiuro mai 1110 shares of uch banks should bo subject jo etpual taxation with o.'lior property of the State. ,1 . 1 j ' That tho bouds of Oo United .States ought to bo.tnxod.by CngresH lor nation al purposes to such an txtetit nn will sub stuutlally equalize tho taxation of hucIi bouds with other propel ty subject to local taxation.- - That wo declare the action of our last Legislature In attempting to forco upou tho peoplo tho proposed Fifteenth amendmuut to the Constitution' of-the United States, as in palpable violation of ou,r. State, pouititutlon. And wo Holetnnly jrp.test against Jndlana being counted for'sald amendtnont. Aud wo hereby declare our uuiltvrable opposl tion to Ita. ritlflcuitlou. , , Thnt' tauy attempt, ,to regulate tho moral ,ul6as, "nopotltes, or Innocent umusemont, of the' people by legislation Is unwlsa aud despotic. . That wo aro opposed to any chango in tho naturallzatlbii lawn' of tho United States, Svhoroby admission to citizenship will be made moro dllllcult orexponslve. Aud we especially denounce tho pro posed plan of transferrins tho naturali zation of ullons to the' cdilriu of tho Unlted:Statesiud;abrIdglng the iHvVw of-State CourU in that respect., ns a hardsiilp and expense to. tho1pqor aud, friendless candidate for American uiti, zushlp., Wo recognize the proponed oqauge'nB tho" offshoot of 7noluraut, jvuuwiioniiiigisiu me twin cenuoi jiu dicallsm, Itself. Aftor tho adoption of the resolutions, ox-Sonator Hendricks nnd lion. D. W. V66rie'es mado short speoohos. A reso lution waa adopted authorising tho Stato Central Committee to select a chairman from their owji members. I '((Admiral Furragut tolls r good story of a uoy who, in a great storm at sea, wlioti tho shlui crpw.wareiaJkat prayers; burnt into n tit of laughter., JJeng reproved for "is iii-iiiueu uiiuii, nuu uajtuuiup reason nf.i'fi lulhif'tiKIrl 'of ' runt TniVl.i;. think what a hlsHlng' tlio boutbwalufs ml rrt ra A 'mnrA tiltt I ... ........ I.'. to tho water.' , Thli ludlsrous remark -sef lahghlng iiHnlredahom with new sn r ts. ami bv thfiVft'ltfM'Wo'wan IwCpngfoto who has bo'eh indan enough toab ' .w?,V7Q0i.lM?a ?.eofK 'A" " . ? " ,-'r,"ui'-ioMJu 1 .,,,1870,,,. II BYRON. 1 1 c o 1 tiik AvronioRAPHY ajtd diary or MKDOKA IMXUUl Tho New York 'Herald' says Mrs. Sbawp Is certainly warranted dn asking for a " fair hearing" from tho, press, ul though w bellev6thafthb mlndH of "thojuxeinoMhe press' tmd of the public are not only pretty well mado up ns to thuimorlU,or tho Ryroif controversy, butnlso nltogother tired of It. Jn this connection wo may allude to the an nouncement of another new book ."Medora Leigh : A diary and nutobl otrrnnhv" to bn iwlttuii in. M,vin, aiackay nnd published by Rontloy, of ,London. . t 1 . r.i.j The veteran" publifll6r"rcc6ntiy tele graphed to Mrs. Hrowcan urgent request that sho would nostpono tho publication of her book until ihb' should have had an opportunity of correcting her impresa Ion, und orienrnlnif tho orltrln ' or tho slandorous charge, of. incest ..brought umit iaiiu ujiiimi uiiu 111a nan BISier, Uou. . Mrs. Jjolgh. Medora 'Leigh' Vas the fourth daughter or Mrs. Lolgh. At tho uiro offirtcetl. whllo llvlni? with tmr eiuer sisier, tue wiro or thu "scoundrel'' Trevanlon she was soduced by her sister's iiunuimu, who, auer separating from Ills wue. currieu Jiooora to tin, umitii n trance. Tnero thosedud6raiia his vie urn nvcu toirctner sevcml 'Vonra. Tm nr. uer loxeiaiuiuts noiumnon her; Trevnn ion Invented und told her tliu horrible story tnut lioru uyron was her father. tuia story Mctiora communicated, in reproachful lotter to her m'otherShi never replied to It Lady Byron subse quently heard of , this 'atory( riauted up .Medora and brouffhti liar home. but. nr. terwurdH,'lti ohe of her rroaks,' sont her QuuiJr uecoriiiusj 10 mis "xiiary AutobIograuhy1,.'jvliielir brief !'' icro as it is, Mr, jJontly, bolioves to be au thontlc, is the 'stbry'whlch' cr'azed Lady f 1 . . . 1 1 . 1 . . nyiuu biiu which, ropcatou uy Jin Stowc, has scandalized tho world. Per. hups Mrs. Stowo will tell us something more uuuuueuriJLeign -in' nor iortn coming volume. TncTlfllRiVi: OF DEATH. On Saturday aftprnoou a sad event oc curred at Chester, rent)., which cast n gloom oyer tho whole city, ind by which n young couplo lost tliclMlvesV Within a cemetery in this city U n small luke or pouu wuicu is usc(ias awkatlng pond In winter, uu ouiuruay air. Herman Uoch ran aud Mlna.MaUJe Irvltt,- two-woll i a . Known auu juirniy re-ipeouxX, youug ileaple, wonttO'tlifa JoYe to sfcuto. Uklnu- with them u little girl. Leuviug the child near tho shore, 'thoi buckled b ttioir sKatu ma ultuoa out to ttio center or tho iwnd, and juetnii.tljoy cuohod.Uio tne uccpesl part, thd ice gave way bo noatti them, and before , aid Cfujd'roaeli mem mey nau disappeared beneath tho Joe. After au hours' searco their bodies wero rouau tightly clasped Jn each otner'e arms A I TAtlflfliAri rinlnikatn t.a.t n 1..... , - ..... . .. ..w.ku.Mo.vi,, MHM lAUK .11 jUamngcu powder, and throw a lump Into mu niiivu io see u u wns good ror niiv thing. His widow Is now repairing tho UUU9C. It is a reranrkablo fact tliat tho lunatic asylums of all tho Southern States are full to-overflowing. VirglnIa,.AIabama uiiu ueurKia CUUIIOL oegllL 10 care lot UIO applicants.1 ' ( k s .1 One hundred thousand dollnrs Ui gold i mo price nsKeti lorn genuine panning uy jwiiuiaei. iiuw o wiuo uvnrteanniitAii gentleman, nnd Ii-cM)Hrdercd a fair price ny fcuropean-cgnnoiit3eurs..--t i -James Grant, tried ami aVmilttiui In Richmond about a year ago for tho mur der of H. Rlvos Pollard. Ih'AMiI ti, lu. h.. "j, u. itusseii," of JJrynut's Minstrels In i.imr i oriv. , , c T . . Tho Moiml intelligencer suggcritd'hfi thu ticket for 1S70, Chief Justice Chnso ior rresiuont.1aim uonorni Kobort u. L'do for Vice President. Such ti Democratic tlckot,.UsayH,i"would,be,lmrd Id Vbatfi T COMMISSION AND FORWARD ING jy-ALi. .IDAV llUOTlIUKS, (ji:.m:k vi. ai:x'js, , 1 . 1 '' 1 ' h'O K V A K I U Nt!, y V( U i (,'0)1 MISSION M 32 TI O H A N T -74 i H m I O.I lt C il'I. Jif til I , V, , STOVES. TJNWARE'ETCf A. llAI.LKYJBf in K Ril'l?l?;TU37K HTOVK STOKK wiijici, iiu uiiu nneei jron iroB "iBi'xr'o'x3' Yo. U'.C WASllfXO'mt! AVENUE, ' a (AlwYixflie Market lloiin-.) in ..r- Krm u1 ill f.Itoitlds. (illtUTitlB. firiolllfmr uU filAaiuWt Work ilonoiU Hiii ut runt iililanlul iiiitunvr, t ilio'rtnu j""- . . miri.iii Oiui acuaitiuOftM) tlio BiiMua iwim rfmnuv,) i, inun IUl it tunn IlfililPfu wvttih 'nfteot, rKtf. 'Walnut a'cd,.i,, 3AIK0 ItV" 1LLTNOI8 JOHIN',0. KAUFFMA'N". . ' J,..;,, " f ;;." " ' 0u , m.ioi 1 uiii-i 'L'.'.iw'j: ' jr iADEn of' " iwnjiuui)uw um . .11 1 ., 1 i..i.7KRlliAMPr,.u,cn.cc' tuln rvu tlubilllv. ifvuialuro JOHN H. QBERLY & 60 QROCERljlS-COMMISSIONi JJKM'OVAL JOTICa Ti. M. II TIL EN wholonalo Grrooox- kfQ , CoiumlKHioii Mcrcliaiit, lHtllJufirS,ili't:U Ohio f,e,, ncl Joar to Uty.VatlonIBanl;, whtrw th teller fucllltln ina J?T,'lt?ckrn l'olin tho ontlnunift or p.trun. mwr nei. Wr w,tom"' M ' f " Naporiar acrnmmrHUtlan lor Rlomsre Mil Ihe Jlanuilnir or nil kinds Zi Cwtt, m., Junel,lgcy. ImyfUJll Q. J). WILLIAMSON, WMOI,E.NAI,E GIIOCIKK, I'lttlDCCB AND COMMISSION , avt an n o ir a nt t, No. re Ohio ( Cairo, III. 8pmj ittt-nllod ctrci to cori1ehmali nj iiltlru W. 8Tn.VTTO.V. ' , T . ItiuctwuoM't- Hlrtn) Iludinrl i'fcfatij? fl viniltiik-uii " Grocers and Cominlsglon ''Jlorcniatlf. ' 1 t-M.M.'X,' It, 1. 1 rt-ro i . nsrHHr VMOff rHtaJ : .t HI . otu-ow7 :Yi? ff?-W? whs u ; "' DAM'L WILfJONi ' j h fc ' u kJ l , ..I 4a 0 I . pc-Jcrm v, A kiu bun BOAT Sf6RE.ScROraHlE8tAlllIIO. ..l j"'IK ' '!'"' mux 'A ? .. ; i.t.O...-.f, pETKR QUHL, , A A rAmi joi A(iV.ST. ,fl ' " ' AflKNT. 1 mi V. or Hu w 1 , iiiinuii. .1 OrileVM ollclU. r.n.1 n.Ud rrmn'illy ruiil minlclirlljr oclJU ..Itll I IA pAltlCEIt ifc l-HfLTilS, .(U'JXHI K'll CouiniissloH an )rn2nllH '3orciloW', liny. Corn, Onto, Bran, niul all JUlatla ,M OHIO UKVEE ..,.Alltd,1.J..ti,,H' S, D. AYRHS. , , .i ui. ilT -axd orti.- 1 ' ' ' ,4,a O 9 MAJ.J .V.S ON . MKlt Cll'A N'T1 So, 133 Otoli, N OAIK6,Jilit'.U nwlfJif , M ud- U.U J'W. VUlLhTKi CO.. , " , J Forwarding and Cowiiilstfoii MorciiaulS"'1 iriiAitl-noAT A.M .11 -1 I'MOi'MlirrOUN) i bit Lllxrul Advances Mytdc fn fiaitgnmenU. 'I Ua iirvpiirril to r;lrp, itoro or forvnl IrviKhti to ill iMlltlf M ! .11.(1. .u nn... t..t.... .... .l..n ... . . .... v. n. .. .... i UUIU1IUIU1L ll'lCtl to una pruui(4ue. ' ' Uuilurii al- 0. f-ai vUMl (Succ-or to Wll. Gri ou & J.... A T" -i AMI Ueuornl Conimlslon Xcrcliaiil, " WiT- .u..r,.l ' : . . ' .... l.Ur la Oiw.rlM, Ume, ViMtr I'iIh, I'Uiirrt I lUtr, Coinent, In UilW, olrs on hsn.l. Coiner' Klalitli .Irxvl Ohio Iavhv, Culm Illluul- mytWl. COAL. OAS COAL YAHD. JAMES ROSS, Propviot:6r,l5 a 4 r Oiipoulm rbai of Kle'vt ulli Ntrcrt. lK,tTA,V',1",f.'1,,,Y on. ,IW,,I I'll'-t" Ml.CurUou, iiii.l.lHiQuuIn t'iil, wliich m III lw lUiiwtd lu iiunri. 1... . ... .uu, ,11 nnv juri 01 mo )iij, aif f.....i u.i.i..wf ...11 y lunn ilrirjUycui lw iWI ,&,ih, ilss.ir , 'nOOKti t-c STATION J3KY, jrOR KVEHYTHjrNG TH TECH book; uva 'l. M -'I - Vi'ii'v: ",wv"ji -1 IIAWOX'N, JglLl, HKAJJfJ . . . -f& 1 J. ju.. - tIruju.i.lUUUtVIJiJ.rtNAi.iintiirWr VnwYorkTi ,f w Yf , ,,. 11 'HI ,..it.r "j 'J.' II.! i OaRDA, Ae.; . ' . ... v J 1. I PrlaUa at Uo oftce at U OrJro Bulletin. v ) J51 .11 1 , ...it i .)..( .1 lilttl. 111 l .