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OAlKO DAILY i BULLETIN, TUESDAY JANUARY 7, 1873.
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t lav V iVlltt aasfettnr.
'fl.CmmCH-Mrtt BU and
B:l aid 1H a.s.
VLamm. r.J. 'haulmuk, Meet,
Mr M WMM MM urns rccis.
MaH, erery 8bbth t 10 o'clock a. a.
Ytseers, 3 p." as.
Mm Juris week d vs. R oVlork a. ta.
Rav. C. Hoffman, Priest,
afreet between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street.. . ...
Prracbtag Sunday morning t 10 o'clock,
ttaltlialb School it S o'clock p. hi. 11. C.
KEV. ItoB'T. IlKLBia, Pastor.
i-mma mkn's chiustian assoCIA
TI ON. Regular meeting wcond Monday
each month at Uiclr room over Rockwell
ACo't book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer aieetlns, Friday, 7) p.m. at
tbo rooa. .
L. W. SlILLWtLU President.
SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH. Corner Sycamore and Forty.
Erst atreets. Prcachltyr Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. tn. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Hunday ticbool 1 o'clock p. m.
Tbc cUurcli I connected with the Illinolft
AMociatlon, ly tho First Missionary Bap-,
tUt Church ol Cairo.
Ri.v. Solomon Leonard, rstor.
FRICAK METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar,
en Ice. Sabbath. 11 a.m.
.'jbath School. 1 p.m.
.am meets at is p.m.
jCCOND FREE WILL BAITIST'-Flf-ttenth
Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services 8abbatb. 1) aud 8 p. tn.
Rev. N. Kicks, Pastor.
FREE WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
bAUUATH HCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, II a.m.
PIK6T FREE WILL. BAPTIST CUUltCH
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m., .1 p.m. ft 7) p. m.
Rev. WM. Kellky, Paotor,
FIRST MISSIONAKY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a,m. und 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting, H ednemlay evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1 J p.m. John VanBixter
ad Mary Stephen,, Superintendent!.
ltr.v. T. J. 8UOMK8, Pador.
SECOND UAPTIST CHURCH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptist church recognized by the An
Service, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,tn. and 7 p.m.
Itrv. Jacob Bradley, Elder.
AIRO 'COMMANDERY, No. 13.-Stated
Assembly at the Asylum Masonic Hall, Unit
and third Saturday! in each month.
wAUlO COUNCIL, No. 24. Regular Convo
cation at Maaonlc Hall, tho second Friday
In each month.
CAIRO CHAPTER No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, ou the third
Tuesday ot every month,
CAUlO LODGE, No. S37 F. A. M. Regu
lar Communication! at Masonic Hall, the
aecond and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, W-MecU In Odd
Feuowa' llall, In Artcr building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Govensor John M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Hummel ;
Auditor of State C. E. Llpplncott :
Bute Treasurer E. N. Uatei ;
Supt. Public Instruction-Newton Bateman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
representatives for tuc State-at-Large 8.
Reprcaentatlve Thlrtecntli DUtrtct John
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Scnatoni, FIM Dlftriet T. A. E. Holcomb,
f Union, and S. K. Uibwin, of GalLitln.
RcprekeBUUve, Flrat DUtrict II. Wataon
Judge D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
ProfCcuUng Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Clerk R. 8. Yocum.
Sheriff A. 11. In In.
Win. Martin AtfcNDor and Treanurer.
Judge F. BroH.
Auoclatea-J. K. McCrite and S. MarchU
Uon. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Oorman.
Mayor John M. Lanndeii.
Treaiurer II. A. Cunnlnghum.
Comiitroller E. A. Ilurnett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Martial Andrew Cain.
Attoruey P. U. Pope.
Police Magtitmteit V. Urois and B. SLan
neiy. Chief or Pollce-L. II. Myert.
Mayor John M. LatiMlen.
Flint Ward P. G. Schub.
Second Ward C. R. Woodward.
Third Ward-Juo. Wood.
Fourth Ward 8. SUnti Taylor.
City-lit-Lwge--W. P. Halllday and D.
BOARtl Or AI.PEKMEK.
Flret Waril -Jamci Rearden, A. B. Saf
lord, Itaau Welder.
Second Ward K. 11. Cunningham, E. Ho
ller, (. Stance), Jaiuea Swayne.
Third Ward-Win, Stratton, J. B. Fhllll.
Fourth Ward-Jno. U. Rohlnaon, G. 11.
Seaac. J. II. Mctcalf.
DR. B. 0. TABER,
W1U resume the practice ol but profeialon
wltb ctpeelal reference to the elcctrlca
treatment ol dUcate In all the new and Im
proved method! of application.
In all caiea of temale complaint! a lady
will be In attendance.
OBce, 1IM Commercial avenue, up italn.
WILLIAM 11. 8MJ.TI1, M. D.
pESIDENCi Nn. Tl Thirtoih itrMt, b
IV tiraa Waabiiftno mtnuc aad Walnut itratW
OIBee UiOomnmrcttlaTiauc, up italn.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OEfllL-KNCE-cornrrNinth and Walnut u,
IVOlht' coiner math utttl aad Ohio !.
Ultf hour from a a.m. to Km,, aad ! p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
ntUIDKNCK-Coratr NlorUealb trt ani
IV WMMiiftun T(nue, near court houM. U.
nroovtrAr cr'aUronrryiitore, OiSc Uourilrom
IQa.ni. ta 1 m. aad o t to n. m.
DR. R, BLUM,
tjurgeon aad Mechanical
ID 33 ZLST T 1ST!
LOCAL WEATHER KF.P0KT.
U. S. 8 la. Ber, Oimervkr'i Ornoc,
(Uibo, Jan. 6, 1873, 10:11 p.m.
BaromeUr30 3S, and rlilng tlowly.
Wind aoutb, Telocity 3 mllei per
Maximum temperature, laat 21 houri,
12 av, 32.
Minimum temperature, laat 84 bout,
6 a.m., 24.
Prevailing wlcd, aouib.
ToUl velocity ol wind, lait 24honri, 123
Thomab L. Watsok, Obforrer.
The churches woro
well filled on Sun.
Stroma at tho Conservatory to-night.
Come one, como all.
Joiik II. Oderly left for Hprlnstlold
on Sunday nfternoon.
A joint (iition of the cilv council wai
held lutt nijilit at the city hall.
Mr. II. U. LurLiN, itreel auperviaor.
handed In bit retlgnatlon Intt night.
Flemi.so of tho MUiouri
road, ii boukod at the St. Clmrle.
The calico hop, at Washington hatl to.
morrow night, will Le a plomunt aff4lr.
Wanted Dy boardori ut the Tflalia
loon, oppoiltoTuE Bulletin olDco.
Tue sun thown warm and Lright yet-
terday afternoon, and a comlderablo tbnw
Mh Thomas Butlk It building a brick
reildence on the corner of Twenty third
und Pino itrecti.
Hon. A. J. Kuykexdall of Vienna.
bad an opportunity of obit-rving tho boau
tiet of Cairo climate yeiterd-y.
A new aiduwalk hai been built on the
North tide of Clou atreet between Com
mercial avenue and Walnut atruet.
The public icbools rooponed yeitorday.
The attendance wai large, considering tho
diiagreeable condition of tho lidewalki.
An ordinance, creating tbo office of
grain 'Inspector, reooircd Its first reading
at the meeting of the the city council last
Tuxrivor bore is all clear of Ice. Quito
a large number of tbo largor clan of loati
are at our landing! loading for louthern
Tax German! association intend to
trip the light fantastic toe at Washington
hall to-morrow nisbt. The ladies will
wear calico dreises. l-7-2t.
To-morrow night, the Ourmania nsso-
elation meet at Washington ball. The
occasion is to be a calico ball, and will be
one of the pleaianlest of tb series.
LlTtQANTi and Attorneys will observe
that Friday, January 10th, is the last day
of service of all papers returnable at tbo
next term of our circuit court.
J. W. Kino and A. A. Aldricb, the
former of St. Catherines, tbo latter of
Kingston, Ontario, are in the city and
Hopping at the St. Charles.
Cwro mows, wa believe, novcr lay
longer than two dayi. The present is
well into the third, and wo may expect it
to soon "pass from our sight like a beauti
We see that by an order Issued by the
superintendent of the I. C. railroad, Jones
boro station on that road is among tho
things or the put. Hereafter it will be
known as Anna station.
Mr. Herman Blomh and Miss Maggie
Maloney, both of this city, were united in
the bonds of matrimony on Sunday even
ing. The ceremony was performed by
ttuv. P.J. Onllnran.
Sinoino at the Conservatory of Music
this evening. All tho members ol the
class aro requested to bo present, also the
members of the different choirs hi town,
and linger! in general, for special pur-
A white marine was sent to St. Mary's
Infirmary yesterday. Tho Stnall.pox was
jutt making Its appearance on tho unfor
tunate man, and hie pUco ol residonce
was changed from tho hospital to the post-
erelal Aveaus between Ninth
sum iem tmu,
I vspukl respectfully announce to UaClti
4M of Cairo End Surrounding Country,
that 1 lure pasted an ofilce for the practice
of aay profearioB at the above mentioned
.ulaee, wkera 1 hope ta receive a ebare ol the
MM OMtS wttsmuld give aw sTeaU.
The bud wnlking on Sunday provented
good turn-out of Sabbath school scholars
to the expected festival services of tho
"Church of tbo Redeemer, and they wore
accordingly postponed until next Sunday
TUB beautiful mow Ml during Sat
urday night to tho depth of
four inches. Tbo luxury of slehrh rides
was indulged in by everybody who was
lucky onough to own, borrow or hire
Mr. and Mrs. L. Uioby of Now Or.
leans, S. II. 8avage of Galena, J. E.
Loomli of St. Louis, G. W. Porter of
Chicago, Charles Collins and J. II. North,
craft of Canton, Mo., were among the ar
rivals at the St. Charles yesterday.
A rETITIOK, presented to the city
council last night by several of
our ' citlxens, who own good bones
ml fine carriage!, asking the
privilege to construct a carriage drive, at
their own ex pen to, around St. Mary's
park, was granted.
It cannot ba doubted that there art,
at this time, many poor peoplo In the city
Some of those, used to poverty, make no
concealmont of their needy condition,
while others prefer to suffer the pangi of
Hunger and cold to asking the assistance
of individuals or the city. Yesterday
igbt unfortunate ptrioni made applioa.
tloa to Judge llrots for aid from the
cointy. Three of them wera sent at once
to the hospital, aad the application of the
oaiaoce ware tabled.
McFauurgMiTM. fraallrstt tha
cornar of Piaa and Tweaty-third streets,
has a cow in his poetxatiea which has had
tbreacalve, all perfect of .their kind, in
form aad Nature. Tha fbarlh iealf,
however, to which Ifr. Smllh'a cow gave
blrtb on Sunday list, was a strange freak
of oatura. It was bora dead, hut was
fully developed la It bod po it
neck. About four lachea baekaf the
ear, the neck branched or dlversred. and
formed two dlitlnct haadf, each head 'hav
Ing two eyes and two ear. Tha two, pair
oi ovee appear to ba lookm In swuoiito
-i, .. : - . i . " - 'r.
uireciione irom each other. Many Moale
beheld tba atmnBo spectacle with eurleu
Tue 'Railroad UaEMta,' published In
Chicago, gives the nations and distances
on tha 0. V. at. K, a follawit
El Dorado at
Carrier JUIls... 9"
llurnsldc... ,. IOC)
Foriiuu, i. Ii9
nr.iinl Chain ..1.17
Mound City.... Kit
p. st M. Juae.t'a.. 0
St. Frnncltvltlc. III. DJ
Mt. Carmcl .,
At Carml the rnml it . tli main linn.
aftd at El Dorado the Shawneotown division
of tho St. Loul and Southeastern, and at
.Torrn v.iiv tue springucia It SoutUcastern
AuovTflve wveks ago.AilollierlSlssoney
got tho loan of a yoke of cuttle from Wil
liam Ilulen near Unity, In this county,
ostensibly for tho purpose of utlng them
at C'lcitr crock, hauling corn to tho land
ing. It now appears that ho took tho op
pojito direction, and so'ld thorn near
Marlon In Williamson county, and pock
eted tho proceed. Slitoney returned on'
Sunday lust and was arrested by Con
stable Morris, who took him beforo J. U.
Ilogcs, n justice of tbo peacawho bound
him over in the sum of 300,wlilch Slsioney
was unable to give. Ho wxs lodged In
the county jull ycsturdity to await his trUl
at thn next term of tho circuit court. It
is not Improbable that Juliet may bo his
next abiding place.
A bright aliimied neitross appeared be
fore his honor, 'SquiroShnnnessy yesterday,
and swore out a warrant against a copper
colored damsel nuined Mary Smith, for
assault and battery. At the trial a phu-
lanx of dusky Amazons, sympathizing
with their ill-used sitter, met the accusing
nrgress, and with a chorus of tongues,
caused her utter discomfiture, and so well
did tbete heroic damsels follow up the ad
vantage they bad gained, that her defeat
was loon turned luto a rout. Not satisfied
with a verdict of that Kind, she had Mary
arrested for uslag abusive language calcu
lated to provtike a breach of the peace, of
which charge poor Mary was convicted
and pa'd SG and the costs, all told.
Wl have often heard men complain of
a severe pain across tbo back in the region
of the kidnets, caused sometimes by too
neavy lining at others, by taking cold.
The very delicate organisation of these
most important organs bat got deranged.
There it loss of power in them to properly
fulfill their functions. Now In such cases
you want something that has a specific
action on the affected parts, and in all the
materia medlca you can find no bettor
combination than Parker' Compound
Fluid Extract Buchu. A diuretic, tonic,
and bracing, tbe diseued kidneys soon re
sume their normal condition, and the
patient rejslces in freedom from his pain
and restored hoaltb. Sold by all druggists.
THE SALOON KEEPERS.
era! boat aad Karftja were but receiving
Tha Weather wa clear aad aaodaratlng.
and the ground remains covered with the
enow mat. leu Saturday night aid Stia
Tho James Howard shipped her St.
Louis tugar and molasses by rail and hat
' gone to the bank.
The John Kilgour steamed out Sunday
for Cincinnati. She will go up at far a
tho Cumberland islnnd and wait for the
gorge to break.
Tho Church did not got away Sunday for
inounio river, sue was taking all the
Ohio rivor freight she could find, and was
to leave last night. ,
Capt, Prppcr brought his splendid
Thompson Dean to the wharf, and Is load
ing for all Southern points, and will leave
on Wednesday night.
The Mary Alice brnnght np four barges'
three containing freight and No 25rmpty,
It wa leaking aud wa taken up to the
dock for repair.
The Durfeo left yesterday for Pitubuig
with a good Ohio river trip.
The City of Alton i shipping hor rail
road Iron from herq to St, Louis over tho'
ouori x.ine. mat coe not look as she
was going to Si. Louis.
The Mary Alice brought up 330 tons of
iron for tbo Cairo and HL Louis railroad,
which will bo unloaded below the old
The Glasgow got away for Hickman
with a full load of hay and train.
Capt. Pegram of tbe Jines Howard,
left on tho train yesterday for St. Louts
John Douglass, late'of the BvlU of Pike,
has accepted second clerkship on the
The Gloncoo arrived early Monday
morning from New Orleans, bringing u
good trip of sugar and molasses, which
he unlouded hero. She wus aground on
eight bars on her way down and whs
CurlytJrm-dayT-making her trip
from burn to Now .Orleans and buck.
The Wurner departed lor Now Orleans
towing three large barges loaded with an
Tho M. V. T. Co., are making up a tnw
for the Mary Alice, and expect to dis
putch her Wednetday.
Tho City of Chester left for Memphis
last eight with a fair tiip.
The, Elliott commruces loading this
morning, and will leave WuJuesJay
Just before the James Howard reached
here, it was discovered that one of her
shafts was badly cracked.
Our Home Advertisers.
Ist-aUXA N Kj ess.
ML1XK CEMENT I ,
c JAMES ROSS,
eiAiiai t ,
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIMJaS
Bolt quality of Lime and Cement til.
ways on hand, and for rale at the
vory'lo-VKst fldri fur -!.
City atliai;sutai sUlsUssa;.
asaJSpealal atualioa paid to orders Irom tleao
Keep your doors and gate shut
the Dudly spring from Ilalley'.
GOOD, II A. I) AND
At a joint lestiun of the city council
held last night, the following liquor bonds
were approved : Charle Weber, John
Gochel, William T. Scotjt, John llou,
John Scbeel, Henry Lattner, Henry
Dinckle, II. Burke, S. Ansolment, P.
Clancy; Fducbter & Schwanltx, A, Su
sanka, .'nines Xanone, James Clunan, P.
Naughton.F. Blankenburg Ptlerfc Wolf.
The following bonds were referred to
the city attorney, who Is to" report at the
next meeting as to tbo qualifications of tbe
securities; Fred Scheeler, John Uagarty,
L. Naislno, Antonio Cella, Mary Mabony,
Tbe following bonds were re
ferred back to tho parties present
ing them for additional securities: John
U, Cella, J. K. Parks, Louis Dlalteau,
John Sackborgor, Auguitut Botto, "Wm.
O'Callubun, T. O'Callaban, M. Coyne, T.
Kruemaii, Amandui Jaeckel.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus .
" Mary Alice, New Orleans
" U. 8. Turner,
" Thompson Dean, Retirement
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
" Glasgow. Iliikman
" John Kilgour, Cincinnati
" Warnnr, New Orleans
" E. H. Durfee, Pittsburg
" Ii. 3. Turner, Cincinnati ,
CONDITION Or THE RIVER.
Ilore the Ohio river Is rising again. It
was reported that rathtr heavy ice was
passing Paducab yesterday, and that Cum.
berland island gorge bad broken. If such
Is tbe case it will he found floating by this
harbor this morning. It was reported to
be rotten and sinking fast, and no danger
to tteamert at this port Is apprnhended.
Oar harbor Is crowded with fine floating
palaces,and it would be a pity and a great
ios to nave a repetition or tbe Memphis
disaster enacted at this port. No ice wai
passing out of tbe Mississippi river, and it
Kill remains closed above Commerce.
There I plenty of water' for boat boiog
Special dispatches to Toe Bulletin re
port the condition of the Mississippi and
Ohio riven at various place.
RDalNR AMD WEATHER,
Business wat tplondld on the landing,
At the upper landing, several steamer
were dlscbsrglag Urge lota of tugar and
uolaiMt, while at tbe leww jaadlBgt mv
Fraorant Soeodokt. Hardent and in
vigorates tbo gums, purifies and perfumes
tbe breath, cleanses, beautifies and pre
serves tbe teetb from youth to old age.
Sold by all druggists. 12-v9-l wdaw.
Sozodont. All Deniriflces bad their
drawbacks, until tbe salubrious bark of
tbe soap tree was brought from tho Chil
ian valleys to nerfect 'the fratrrant Suzo-
dont, the most wholesome, reliable and
delightful article for the teetb, that a
brum wat war dipped into.
Ayaumt ImdiomtioxI The Charter
0k Sluve is the most interesting and im
portant feature in tbe family economy ;
for it fills the house with warmth, the ta
ble with good cheer, and prevent that
dreary aspect and indigestible meals that
bring rourness of temper, discomfort and
P, isosoun Bites. Prof. " Anderson's
Dermador instantly cures bee stings,
wnsp stings and musquito bites. It neu
tralizes tho poison and remove the pain
and swelling in a few moment. It
i-bould be applied at once. Ttm writer
bits used It nuny times without a single
failure. It will be equnlly effectual in
neutralizing and extracting thn poison
from the biteH of all venomous insects or
reptiles. No one traveling in tbe woods
should be without it.
Seo advertisement in another column.
The Arlington hotel of "Washington,
D. C, for tbe third time since its opening,
has undergone a complete embellishment.
It was originally fiiu d up In grand style,
with every convenience, elegance and lux
ury that experience, taste and judgment
could desiro and money acrnmplitb.
During tho summer succeeding it
was beautifully frescoed and reno
vated throughout. Within the
pact two months all the chambers have
been covered with tbo new style of corrus
cated gold and silver paper. Tbe Hou.e
has boen re-palnted, re-carpeted, and a
number of the rooms re-furnlshed. From
the constant efforts of the Messrs Roessle,
to beautify and improve it. '-The Arling
ton" is now far moro luxurious and mag
nificent than when first opened, and is be
yond question what they designed it should
ho The lintel of the capital. U-ll-wSm.
BEM1S, BROWN & CO.,
AuE.NTri Home Cotton Mills.
NO. 80 Ohio Lcvec, Cairo, UK
r : v 1 1 v t
OA (ItO AND PADUOAH
The splsodid tmr
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (Sunday excepted), at
4 p.m. For freight orpaaaaire apply ou lio.nx,
er to Jai. Mallory. As'L
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepersd to sorpleojtemef with to
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Halllday Brot. ofitce, 7
obio LSYRE, or at the Coal Yard below the
at Chart Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tm "UOKtAVt" will bring coal
akuigside ta Maaaaan at ttf hvui.
Corner Twenty-second street
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on haud, nnd at the lowcxt mark
price. Airt a good article or
Very cheap. Leave orders at IIAI.I.IDAY
MtoTIIKfM, or apply t tha
NEW LIVERY STAIJL10
OETWEEN WAKII'N AVENUE AND WALNL'1
1)1. B. K. fleliis Inform' ini public lliit he fn
LIVERY IS T A It I, E,
on the northwMt side of Truth strc I c.mr
Ula Htablm will b furnlstiH with nann but tn.
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at a!
hour of the day and night with sale team:
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of nubile natrona-re
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
ami uici aiienuou to iiurineM.
MERCHANDISE BR 0 EKR
Purchasing for Merchant a speciality.
Office : 110 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
References. Cairo Merchants.
Ckar1era4 Harels II, laa.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 8 AFFORD, President;
8. 8. TAYLOR. Vice-President;
1L HY8LOP, Secretary and Treasurer
P. M. Baoclav, Cats. 0lioui.
P. II. fsroearurta, I'acl U. Hcmch,
R. II. CsaaisaaAM, tl. P. Bauiiiii,
J. at. PaiLUr.
PeyalU stl sua Asssotsail RtwclvtMllrosD
Tata tTesata I'pwarda.
INTKKEST paid 00 deposits at the rale ol aia
peresnt. per aaaom, March lit and Hcptror
br Uu loierawt not withdrawn la t.dJed iiiim.
(lately totte principal of the deposit, therein
g'TlBtt thsro compound lotereat
MARRIRD WOMEN AMD CHILDREN MAT
w tbat o on aua cax eatw it.
Opa evtrjr bunloswa da Irom K.m. to S p.m.,
aad Hatordas Teoing lor HAVING UEI'OSm
onlj, from ( to ( o'clock,
auotl W. HT8LOH. Treasures.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. ItAl.lilDAV, I'resliloD ,
UK.NIIT h. IIAI.LIDAY, Vlce-i'rtUtm
A. H. HAKKOHP, Ciuhler;
WALTt'K HYII1.0I-. AxtloUml Ci.hir.
BTAAtt TATlOa, KnitST H, OlINKIt 1H M
Hisav L. Halliuat. W. 1". IIilliiht
Oao. 1). Wiuuiuoa, Bttrata IIiki-
n. a. oirroiD.
EsefcJUBBfS Clsa assd Vstlted (iihik.
Bottda Boaa tit and Kola.
sfPOBITri rmetved, aad a aenerfcl L.t-klcu
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIKL Oimi), PrMl.leati
KOHKRT. vf(L ,c t i j.Prfl ltl
O. N. UUOIIIM. OunLr.
OULLBCTIONS PROMPTLY M.iDR,
EXOHANtiK, coin, bank uoh ab-1 IfuiU.
BUtsa socurltlM Louaht and solil.
Itl t S HbifwI nw Tnt il.,itit,a
To any shrewd man who can do business
on the quiet, I guarantee an linnieiiso For.
tuties, easily, rapidly, and In perfeft tafety.
Addrtts lu perfect oonttdence,
' Wis. Waiirkn,
,mm. 88 9,t 7tb trtt, New York,
IM6 w am.
j WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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Rcfitil and 1'rcscriptJon
and KhfhUi sliect.
Of 'cbamol and rabbit skin,
or Weak lungi.
At BARCLAY BROS.
lOR SORE THROAT,
Prepared and sold
Mr BARCLAY BROS
i And Dhlufectauts lor $ tables
At BARCLAY BROS.
" YOU.NO AMERICA,'
And ' Universal Standard."
At BARCLAY BROS.
HIMKM A.Ms S.ttlLHt.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WnOLESALU (IROOKUS, j
Alto, aep cODiUntl no haud a mut cum
pleto flock ot
eocTcn and irisu wniaxivfi
a i N h.
Port, Madurih, Shorry nnd Catawba V inor
'n JMVTH A CO. Kell exclutiiTel; fur CAh,to
IV. which fct ther Inrlte the ri.pcWI Hd.
'Kin f rlo rrrm liuyr.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
scflctisoa i routs sTortrLSTa
Keiirrr nnl U'linlritl lleale In
I'orelan nnil Itnmralln
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. f2 Omo Levee,
HE kepon han.conitumlr a full ktoclc
Ol.t Kentucky Itonrlioa, Ki nd KannnU
ila Whli-klen. French Urn Hot kuI a
RSinttl Otllrofii. Vin4
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wbatmit) aad tall (Irewer,
Hat ou hand at all times Vegetables, Fruit s
Butter and Eggs, Lard.
Honey, Tropical Fruit, Eto, Zjc
sfflltf Warranted Fresh, wtd aold
clo-tiJcuSer"" U "r pU ttk
WAST blVt COMMBBCIAL ATE., BETWEEN
17th A.ND 18th aTREETt.
CAiat. ILLI ? 1 .
Etabllihed, November 13, 1STJ
On the corner of 12th utrcct and Washliiffon
avenue, opposite Bulletin oltlcc.
THE 3STE"W aYSTIM.
OROCERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
FRICE FOR CAH.
AT H. 0. THIELECKE'8 STORE
WASIIINOTOK AVfRUE. BBTWEEW TENTH
AND ELEVENTH BTREETB.
U. bt. nur Cuba Sugar for - 9ft 0
Bi ' f - - - 1 DO
01 lbs. A coffeo Sugar, N. Y. Std. 1 00
I " Prime Rio Coffee for - - 1 00
3 " Choice - - 1 00
3 11 Old Government Java 1 OC
Teas and other staple and fancy Oroee-
ries equally a cheap.
Goods new and full weight given. Call
aad Dealtr ta
VEGETABLES. FRUITS EG08, LARD
FRESU BUTTER, ETC.
J3T All Goods warranted fresh, aad aolrl
the lowest price. "
Corner 9tb St. ao-lCommercIalAve.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1871
Tultlou from 11 to 120 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 1 EACH.
No palm will be spared to make It
to all concerned,
N.P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Music.
Teacher of Wltd nnd String Ins'rumciiti
(Seo circular.) ji.h tl
No. 101 Commercial Avenue,
tVA.l.i1i Cnnl.li n.i.l . ... . l . I
. .. . w ' " ' .nicitii cuHMmcrcs
of all colors, and beuvcr and b;oad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In tho
And nt the lowest price. A lino lit nnd tlrnt
I'lltHd WfirL' l.lllirnlltiinil ti.t(lu(..n.t.... 1
... n .vw. uu.iniuiiui, in nv.
ry ro spect warranted.
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eionm St., Bt. Com. & Wash.,
Has Jutt opened a new and (tylith estab
lishnient. fullv un to the times, and Invites
old customers and uew, ladles, children and
all, to favor bun with their patroiiaga.
VAU work don la UM Ltet 91U.
11. M. UULEXN,
G ROCER and CONFECTION
Aod Dealer in Foreign Fruita icNutu,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROEIT VARIETY MOCK I THE C1TT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlssetswatls atreet asttl Oasts
GaoitOE D. WILLIAMSON,
AMD SEALER IV ..
Open day and bight lor the acoesaodatloR
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