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JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND. COUNTY.
MMtlagMativr every pafft.
CHRISTIAN CHURCU-Etpbtcentb street
between Washington and Walnut.
Mettiuit every Sunday at 104 m ud 8
nday Reboot nt 3 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening,
I'HkLMBYTKK! AN JCuiilh Street.
lr aching, Sabbath at 1 J4 a.m. and 74 p.m
rrayer media?, weaneaaar av t p. ni.
iabbath School. 8 D.tn. J. M. Lanaden. Su
perinundent. 1UV. tl. Tuaybi:, Pastor
li.TUOI)l3T.-Cor. Eighth nnd Walnut Sta
Preaching , Sabbath at 104 a.m., and 7 p. ta
Praver meetlnir. Wednesday. 74 D.m.
OabbaUi School, 8. p.m. L. W. otlllwell,
(Superintendent. Key. F, L, TssoMJ-eoti,
CHUKCH OF THE UEDEEMll-(EptcO-
Morning prayers. Sabbath 104
Evening prayer?. 74 P-m.
Sabbath School, 0 a.m.
Hev. E. Coaw, Rector.
PT. PATRICK'S CHURCH-Nintb Ht. nnd
Fublle aervlce, Sabbath 8:10 nnd irvj a.m.
Veper, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
1UV. 1'. J. O'liALLOKAy.', l'riwst.
T. JOSEPH'S CHURCH (German,; cor.
tier ul Walnut and Crus street.
Man, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
VeHien, 1 p. in.
Mass during Week dayp, 8 o'clock a. in.
Ukv. O. UurrMAM, l'riejt.
GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH 13th
itreet between Washington Avenue rind
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at X o'clock p. m.
Jtiv. C. Dt'Kiwcii.iBit, l'nor.
fOUNO MEN'S CU1U3TIAN ASSoCIA
TION. Regular meeting aecond Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
A CV book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer wetting, Friday, 74 p.m. at
1.. W. Stillweli, President.
SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
C11UUC1I. Corner Sycamore ami Forty-
first Htreett. PreacbUu? Sabbath .nt 11
o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. ra.
Sunday school 1 o'clock p. m.
The church In connected with the Illinois
Ajooclatlon. by the Flni MWonary Uujt-
tbt Church ol Cairo.
Itv.v. Solomon Lzonmrii, Pastor.
AFRICAN METUOD1ST.-Fonrter.nth. be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
9a'ibath School. 14 p.ta.
ClaM meet at a p.m.
elECOXD FREE WILL. BAPTIST Hf-
leenth Street., between Walnut and Cednr.
Services Sabbath. 14 and 9 p. m.
11 kv. N. Hicks, Fator.
fBEE WILL BAITIST HOME MU-SION
SABBATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, u a.m.
FlUHT FKEE WILL HAITI T CHURCH
Service, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A "4 p.m.
Htv. W'M. Kzllxv, Faster.
flUS? MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 104 ." and, " PUJ
Frayer meeting, Wediieidey eiruuij;.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Babbath school, 14 p.m. John YacDurter
aud Mary Stephen. Superintendent.
Bbv. f . jfSHOltES, Farr.
SECOND BAPTIST CHUHCH-Fourteenlb
"street; between Cedar and Wttoul. The
only Baptist church recognized by the As
sociation. , .
Service", Sabbath, 11 a.m. 8 p.m. and . p.m.
Krv. Jacob Ukadlcy, Ddtr.
CAIRO COMMANDEUY, NO. 18.-ftted
Awwmbly at the Asylum Mawnic Uall, ttr.t
and third Mondaya In each mouth.
GA1HO COUNCIL, No.2i.-BeKUlar Convo
caUonat Maaonlc UaU, the ictond rrld.)
CAUto'cSAlER NO. 71.-Bepua, Con
vocaUon Maaonlc UaU, on the third
jlSfWDot'NoF. A. M..
far OommunlcaUona at Maaonlc UaU, the
aecond and fourth Monday of each month.
TUE ODU-FELLOWS. , nll
AXEXANDKB LODGE, rMett In Odd-
retow' Uall, In Artcr-a building. evey
Thursday evenlnt al 8 o'clock.
aovernor-John L. Ueverldge
Becreury of SUU-Ocortfe II. 1
..iiiVSnf sut-C. K. Llpplna
Hut Treaaurer Capr .4;, .
Aitornev Oeueral-Jame. K. Ed-all.
aupl'ubU ltrucUon-.Ne wtou Bateman
aenatora-Rlcburd J. Oglcby and John A.
rCpr'eaenUUTO ElgMconth DUtrlcV-Isacc
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSE-MBM.
r:" In the both dlat'lct.'-
Jobn H. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math-
'Senator for the Mth dlstrlct.-Jtsee Ware.
Judft-D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
SuiSTAttorney-Fatrlck II. Fope.
ttutMK. McCrlte and 8. M.rcbU-
Clerk J'-cob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Gossmn.
Mayor John Wood.
Treaaurer B. A. Cunn ngham.
Comptroller-K. U. Falll.
Attorney-U. Wataon Webb.
Police Magltrate8-F. Broes and J. J.
b Marahalnd Chief of Pollco-Wm. Mellalo.
Btreet CoramlislonorD. J. Galllgan.
Ilealtb Offlcer-W. Wooton.
Member Police Force A. Cain sargent,
F. VVUtc'tnp. Philip Uolm, Chai. Mchner
and P. A. Conant.
Fiwt ward -Hiram Blxby and J, M.
V sewnd ward-Uorm&n Meyers and Wood
RTbrdward-OoUnMcEwenand F. Kow
mFToiIrUi Wd-0. F. NcUle aud M. J.
Htf.7r!.,,,iino. II. Robinson and Win.
The $vM tw
. mundavesoepted) at
Mavee vairo uawi v " nnlioat or
a n.m ForfraUhtOBatsweiPPly0"??'1 w
10 " Jii, MaULi x
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin
MEETING OF THE NATIONAL
TION AT BUFFALO.
EFFORTS TO ERECT A MONU
MENT TO WM. II. SEWARD.
I'EABODY FUND IN
EIOT THREATENED IN
LOUIS OVER A NUISANCE.
GENERAL ITEMS CONCERNING
rut riCTCHE TAKBIU
licrALO, July 17. Tue renvtntlon
and ezblbition of the National Photo
graphic acociattoD, coctlnuei to attract
attention. At a Luiintta moetlng to-Jay,
tb following officer were oloc.tud for tbo
ciulng year: President, Abraham Bo-
ardu of Now Aorkj ccretary, Edward
.. Wilion of Philadelphia ; ozocutivo
commiltoo, . J. Adatnt of Mont Clair.
New Jersey: W. .1. Hafcer cf IlulTalo:
W. II. Rhoade of Philadelphia; II. nail
of Chlcogo; J B. Webitor of Louitvillo.
Thlrty.flvo vice prvident wr aliu
Skit Fiuncisco, July 1C. A dupatcb
from Portlar.d lt(i tho arrival of the
Tbo preu bat received repcrU of the
ndlngof 6 bodlei, penoni ruppoied to
ave porlihel on the ill-fated ateamor
Georga S. Wright.
The value of morchmdUo aid produce
lport from San Francisco to Central
iVmcrica, during tbo patt nlgbt balf.yeart,
foot up over 32,000,00'). During the
lame period there wai ihlpped tromuro
The B jUetln nubiiibef t&lii bowiog
tho preeat indeotednm of tho Central
aclfic railroad ; Credit bond, Irrowed
mon.y, unpaid InUtroit, S103.C1S.000. Net
earning of the rowi for the yRr ending
June 30, 1S72, date la't offii'Ial repor
4,050,433. It li Oiliuuted SOi,000 per
annum goes to lbt hanJ of priva'.o poc
uUtoro, and not toward the relea'O of the
A BAP 5T1K.
Sr. Louis, July 17. Great ctcltament
exiited in tbo First, Second and Third
ward of the city for lome dayi pan, in
contequenco of tho exiuonco of a nunanco
on a itcmer at tbo foot of Brton itreet,
which in uied ai a rondering ettabliib
mnt of do.d and deceaied animal. All
kind of people of tbote vrardi held lev
eral indignation meeting, and havs ap
pealed to Mayor Brown and the board of
health for redrew, and have even threat
ened to burn the ueatner or set her adrift
unlets the nuUanco I ipcedily abated.
The ezcltemeut bai ran o high that the
chief of police vrai obliged to station a
peciul forcu to guard tbo iloaraer. Intor
viewt have been bad with tbo mayor and
board of health, and to-day it wai de
cidiid to move the eteamer to lome local
ity where it will not be a neuiiance. Two
or throe city aldermen are at tbo head of
the movement, and tb indig
nation of tbo people directly
interested li tucti that there is little doubt
but that unless the nuliance I quickly re
moved the property will be desiroyed.
The rendering establishment belong! to
John Butbv. one of the judge of tho
county cou't, who bat a contract with
the city for tho removal of dead animals.
New Tok, July 17. -Tbo annual re
port oi the general agent of tbe Peabody
fund, Dr. Barnes Sdrs, gives an encour
aging review of the general condition or
tbe public schools in tue loutnern states,
and eays tbo encouraging circumstances
vastly predominate over tbe discouraging
ArniW tken fur the nroctlon oi a
statue of Wm. U. So ward in Central park
Tbe park commissioners In reply to tbo
petition of Dr. Oigood and otnors, tor a
site for a statuo of Ulias llowo, have re
solved that stauies of any person can not
be oroctod there till five years after the
death of tho subject.
New York. July 17 Dr. C. U. F,
Fiercp, director of the Litchfield observa-
tiry, sailed to-day In tbo Silesia for Ham
burg, lie willvieltbls (rionds in Germany,
acd will attond the convontion of astron
omers to arrange for observing the trantll
of Venus noxlyoar.
New Yons.July 17, Arrived, steam
er Panama, from Glasgow.
Liverpool, July 17. Arrived,
iteamor Anglla, from New York.
OiRCiNMAT!, July 10. Only onodsath
from cholera reported at the health ole
BODY O.-" THE STRANGE
MAN U li.S'jlFIHD,
THE CORPSE COM PARES WELL
WITH THE PHOTOGRAPH
OF W. S. OtS3
AN INDIANA CONTRACTOR AB
SOUNDS WITH 83,500.
A WAITER CUTS TUB THROAT O F
FATAL TERMINATION OF
FOURTH OF JULY
DIAMONDS STOLEN AND OI OVES
SMUGuLED IN NEW YORK.
TUE WESTSCUEJ1ER ilURDta.
Baltimork. July 17. A correspondent
of the Americao at Westchester, Pennsyl
vania, who accompanied Sheriff Gill with
tbe prisoner Udderzuok from Baltimore,
telegraphed to-day: "Yesterday after
noon ycur correspondent went to Penning-
tonvilte and vlilted bo locality of tbo
great crime, and had tbe oody of tbe mys
terious egont exhumed. Tbe corps i
although greatly decomposed, still
bowed tbe shape cf tho head,
and general contour of to fea
tures very perfectly. Comparing
it with a photograph of Gusa, thesimllari
ty was noticed by all. A seal ring the tame
that was found in the wagon, ha been
identified as having belonged to Goss, and
other circumstantial evidence has been
brought out which, in the opinion oi all,
establishes the identity of the murdored
man, W.S. Go.
CUT WITH A RAZOR.
CikcikKati, July 17. Charle Robin-
son, a colored waiter at tbo Neil house,
came into lh hotel to draw bis wages, nnd
finding certain charges against hira got
into a dlsputo as to their boing correct,
with Stephen Dontbard, chief clork of the
house, and ended tbe discussion by draw
ing a razor and cutting a fearful but not
fatal gub in Djnthard's throat. The
wound extends from tbe lobe of tbe ear
lO tbe vtlnd pip. Kublo.ua iu not. boen
ARBESTDD rOR MURDER.
St Louis, July 17. On tbo '.lb of July
Thomas Dunkln and William Frehan bad
a dlSculty in which the former struolc tbe
atter tbreo terrible blows on tbo bead
with a heavy itono pitcher, fracturing bi
bull. Frehan die! left night from tbo
ffecte of the blows, and Dunkin was ar
rested this evening on tbo charge of
InDiAXAroi.18, July 17. G. A. Cham
berlain, contractor on tbe Anderson, Le
banon and St. Louis railroad is reporUd
to havo abiconded from Ladoga eariy
yesterday morning wlth;,, which
Was handed him tbo night before.
New York,. lulv P. The Hunks of
Mrs. Maxwell, of dr.lt Like, a passenger
for Algeria, were robbed of diamonds
valued at over fli.000.
Ninoty doson smuggled glutei wero
captured by tho police last night, and two
sailors of tbe steamer Cultdonia were ar
rested as smugglori.
A servant cirl, ws arrested for robbing
hor employer of $4,000 worth of dia
monds and jowelry.
UOISOS AT THE CAPITAL.
Washington, July 17. Sec. Delano
leaves to morrow evening for bis bom In
Ohio, whore he will spend two weeks.
Assistant tec. Cowan will act as secretary.
The secretary of tbe Interior bat ap
pointed Stephen It llosmer of Znnesville,
Ohio, a commissioner to investigate tb
Indian massacre near Kawlings, Wyota.
tog territory. Iloimer is appointed lntl.a
place of II. J Quincy, on of tbe Indian
peace commissioners who could not attend,
Tho investigating commission consists of
Gov. Campbell at? Wyoming, E P. Good
win of Chicago, and S. R. llosmer.
J. A. Towner of Delevrare, has been
appointed Indian agent for the Coio&ado
river agency in Arizona.
Phillip Rite of Washington territory,
R. R Thompson of Oregon and Z. B.
Sturges of District of Columbia, Imvo
been appointed commissioner to examine
a section of tbe Northern Pacific railroad,
Cotton reports from Arkansas, Texas
nd Louisiana, up to July 11, show a de
cided improvement in tbe condition of
IiB LUT10K BRriATED.
CoU'uncs.O, July 17. The resolution
forthe adjournment of tho constitutional
convontion until noxt December, and to
reassemble that at time In Cincinnati wui
defeated to-day after a long diouiioo.
ADDUE'B OF TOI QUBEV,
Iiospon, July 17. In tbehousa of com
mon! tMi evening Rt. Ron. Lord Otha
FUgertld, member from Klldare county,
produced anil bad read tbe queen's reply
to tb address of commons on tb mbj:t
of Intimation! arbitration, a follows:
,1 bav received tbe address of my faith
(u cosbbo, praylnjr, that I would be
Graciously pleased to Instruct my prlnci
pal secretary to enter lntn communication
with foreign powers, with a view to fur
ther Improve tho international law, and
establish a general and permanent
svtom of arbitration. I am sensible of
tbe force of tbe philanthropic motives
dictatinst the address. I havo at all times
desired to extend tb practice of biased
International controversies by their sub
mission to Impartial friends, and to en-
auurage tbe establishment of rules intend
ed fur tb equal benefit of all. I shall
continue to purua a etmiliar course with
due regard io time and opportunity, when
ever it is likely to be attended with ad
vantage." Tbo houso received tbe docu
ment with hearty cheers.
Batokhe, July 17. Don Carlo hi is-
Isiued an order that Cure of Santa Crux,
be treated as a rebel,
Brcp3els, July 17. Ex-queen of Spain
ie about to arrive In this city.
IS1NE FATAL CASKS OF SUN
STROKE IN ST. LOUIS.
RUN OVER BY THE CARS AND
A OARPEN rER 3TRTCK BY LIGHT
NING WHILE ON TUE TOP
OF A HOUSE.
A BALLOONIST BADLY BURNED
St. Louis, July 17. Nine fatal cases ol
sunstroke occurred yesterday afternocn
and to-day, and moro than double that
number of persons are prostrated by tbe
heat. Tbo weather continues Intensely
warm. The mercury at 8 p.m. to-day
stood at 93 in tbe shade. A heavy thun
der storm passed over the city tn-ntght.
however, which has materially lowered
Nashville, July 17- SamuolC. Davi-
too, Eq., an old citizjn, was ruu over by
passenger train and instantly killed,
while crossing tho railroad In bis buggy
noar tbo Chattanooga depot, on Church
iroel, about tbreo o'clock thlt atturnoon.
This afternoon at Vincent station, Ohio,
by an accident on tl e Marietta & Cin
cinnati railroad, a flromun, Ed Brown,
and a brakeman, nme not ascertained,
weie killed. Advice givn no particulars.
PlI!LAELrillA, July 17. Whilo in
flating a balloon last evening, tbo canvass
took fire and tbe wronaut was badly burn
ed. STRUCK RT LIOIITMXQ.
NewOkleans, July 17, A negro car
penter while working on a roof, corner of
Eupraisine and Franklin street', was
killed by lightning at noon.
Cincinnati, July 17. A sovoro storm
of tbutnder nnd lightning nud rain, nt 6
o'clock this p.m.
Waiiiinoto.v, July 17. Probabilities
On Friday, for tbe Southwest northerly
wind, and cloudy or clenring weather.
F01 Eastern Gulf and South Atlantic
state north wostcrly and southwesterly
winds, increased cloudiness and local
rains For Middle Atlantic States south
westerly nnd northwesterly winds, partly
cloudy weutber and possibly lower tem
perature. Fur New York and New Eng
land southeasterly winds, Veering to south
west with cloudiness and rain. For Oil! 1
Valloy and tto Northwest southerly and
northwesterly winds, falling barometer
and local storms.
St. Louie, July 17, Hemp dull end
Flour, held firm; limited trado demand.
Wheat, in good demand for better
grades; No 8, new, fl 161 l!0; No 2
$1 ;joi as.
Com, Arm and steady; No 1 min d 3S(u)
36Jcctilj; Utfc teller Septembur.
Oats, held flrru but Inactive; No '1 mixod
Zla cubb; seller August 3SJc.
Rye. dull; No In ttorc, 63c.
Pork, qulut and unchanged.
Dry salt meat, dull and 110m nal.
Bacon, unchanged; shoulder Sc; clear
sides QJlOui bams Ui16jc
Lard, unt-batiged; rehnod in small lots
sold at $8 603 73.
Whiskey, steady nnd Arm.
Ciucao , July 20. F.our dull.
Wheat exiiied and pries higher; No 2
springtl -Ui spoi; 1 i0, July, 1 16; May
quiet at 1 tyl M; No 3 1 07jl 8.
Corn steady; No 2 mixed 35 j()j0o spot;
uat aieadj; No 2 ISJcj spot 27J2"jo
Kye firm, No 2 60c.
Brley dull and nominal.
Fork nominal al$lt '.'5 15 37 J spot;
for routil $10 io August.
Lard dull and nominal at 8j8Jc syot,
Bulk mea'.s vuiut and unuhuued.
Shoulders 7 loose.
Btcon qulot and unchanged.
Whiskey steady at 9dc.
Mempui. July 17. Cotton firm; good
ordinary lt.16fV, low middlings 18Jc
Receipts 2'Ju; shipments Hi; stock lv,.
Corn white CC67c; mixed Gft68c.
Oats scarce and tlrin at-lJOHc.
Corn meal lower at 53 t J.
Lard firm at u10c.
Bacon flrwi shuutd.rs 8i9cj ildot
Pork dull and lower $17.
Silver, fiiir to fully r.ir 80e.
Whiskey firmer,, Louisiana 01; Citicin
Qriti 07c; other unchanged.
Klae nnd rll or Ihr II I v re
For 21 hour endlujt 3 p.m., July 17flS73
.(l'flt-IuM 1 'It .
Kunia.i City ...
Lexliif.-tuli. . .
Llttlu lliirk. .
Loul'Olllu .. ,,
Svvt Urlcaus ..
VUkKburir ... .
Observer Signal Service, U. S. A.
KvAS'KYttir .IiiId 17 ll.r ,.1, .,!,.
and storm to north and east; mercury 80
to 00, now 60. River fallen 11 Inch.. "Up,
J 110 Hnnn-1. Arkansas Bo le. F.vette.
Robert Shannnn and J E HinWIn llnwn
Towboat, Midnight, In.ntide. Bowiing
Green, Mry Ament, Morning Starling
Busineu dull and liirnn of rain to-night.
MEMPDi!!, July 17. Clearand warm.
River about siutiinnry. Arrlvnd: Jme
U. Parker, Cincli.at.ti: Mrv Bod Whi r
rivi-r. n.iiitptf-it U-t f.l..ht- a t .
...... .,.., vt.m., ..iiitr
riv.r- Hiclitnr.n.l M, T ..t
na, Vicksburu: City of Cho-ter, St Loui-;
uMiiKnur.u, .ury Ann ana carges, i'lew
SUKEVErnRT. Julv 17 AYnitnnr fir
coll bret-Ze 80, Rlterfnll 9 incbis. Ar
rived : Southwestern. Jeriin Tvlor Nnw
Orlems. D-parted : Jeisie Tavlor and
Cincinnati, July 17. Rivor 11 fnot C
Inches and stationary, Arrlvt-d: Tara.
con. Kvanavlllv. Audea, tiQeitns. Do
omed: Lawrence, Memphis. Woather
cloudy and hot.
Little Rock, July 17. Woather clear
and bot: tbermometor 03. Kirur falline:
4 foot. Dupnrted: Clarksrllle, Memphis
Naw OmlcAnb, J-uly 17,... Arelvwt-.
Miiry Houston, Louisville; Henry Ames,
Si Louis. No departures.
4'l.jr SUIIniir.l.Uttnl. HiiIIiIIiih.
SS.Sp(!ikl atlwatioo paid to or Jers Irom imub
lottr. niffhl nr .lav
(JOnw.lNHll llt fUHWlt(IM'l
r. n, vatjium.. i o urn.
MATHUSS & UUL
C O M M I S 8 I ON M E II C HANTS
JAY AND WESTKRN PRODU0K
JOHN B. PULLIS & SON,
(ftucoosaora to John li. I'hlllis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, dec,
Cor. TENTH-NT. aw OHIO I.EVE
I1AIHO. II. IK.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer lu
LimeCement, Plahter, Haiu, Etc
No (Itito Level..
will sell in car lo.nl lots at mamifu;
tureri.' price-, mltlinu Irelirlit. 4-,.MI
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepucd to jpn 0 ivo nr vita i'i
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OIUIKIIB left at Uallidav Bro. oflce, e
ouio uivkk, or at the Coal Yard bolow the
tt. Cbarleci Hotel, will receive prompt alien
lion. The Tr;a 'Montau" will bring coal
I vpsfislda to Uaaexa at any houi.r
Niw Orleans, juy 17,
vancdj yellow COc, whm
mixed 73c, white 75c.
.Notary Imbllo, .-So.Pnb, tad V. H. Com
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
NORTH AMERICA, I'A.,
Airct....... m .ll,1(l,(v.j a,
SaUm.m...... .....H.H...m..t2.u 4.210 Tl
1OTTHNAT10NAL, K. I.,
- - S70.r.1
' Il!,73 H
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO
......... ...... too,0U
OONNKOTJCCT MUTUAL. LIFE.
- -....m...410OO,00O On
TRAVKLCRM', UARTFORl), UFB AND
ABU.... M .....11,500,000 0
Railway pahsenoers a-,bukaoe
Met.,,.,.,..,..,.,,,.., ..too,ooo 0
SAFFORD, MORRIS 4 CANDEE,
71 Ohio I,.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, V. T.,
OERMANIA, If. T.,
UAXOVRB, N. T,
tm set on
REPUBLIC, M. Tn
4-99U.... .....M........ M.........7H,15
Onmprlslntf tbeUndrwrltr' A,-mor.
T0NKER8, IT. Ti
TIRKMEN'R VONI1, a. n
SECURITY, M. 1 UAIUMB,
titorc, UatfllliiH', Kurollun-, dull and Cr
i, iniure-i i niH m iatoraBiM aoBna.ier
muDi vouriiT will WHfrmm,
I rri.ixvjtfull or in ciii.do c
'. n. si run sen.
TKUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
C8Ntjl.Ofici!, 172 WasiunqtonSt.
This flennan I.lto Inn. trance Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policlea but
aleo a Value In Cash on tbn Non-torlelture
IOUN A. BUCK, - - PieIdent
U. KNOBELSDORF, - . . Hecrotary
JOHN W. PRUES3,
A sent ror Cairo aud lclnlty.
SECTION NO. 47.
Aiwociatton for promoting Ltfo lu-uranco
and Sick Relief by weekly duex unit mutual
co-operation in oiijucihoi puuuc ueiieui.
The I.I:o Insurance Policies will be loued
by tho Teutonlit Lllo Iusurmiuo Compuuy.
U. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PKU ESS, Ao't.
for I'nlrii mD(I 'lelnfljr
wiaiM ami s.st4uit).
R. SMYTH & CO.,
I WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
A!'n, krrp constantly an tuoii a mod com
plel utoek of
HOGTon avd iuipn wnieniw
-O I N H,-
1'ort. Madorla,Shorrvand CatawbnWlnM
R. Smith 4 Co. are uho ptn tor Spen
cer. Ml'HllV a 1 o.V 1 llti-1 1 It llll ,(! Villi li
larite tock In kept constantly on bund at
naiM chuhh NmBtrr,
ARMI, - ILL1NOI3.
(lood stabling connected with the- house,
in I rumple mum for commercial travelers.
Free omnibus to and iruui all truiua.
I -l ) i. I i f i' mo
PARKER A ULAIiE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTP,
tassr. BaatB. UaaAllua.
and the celobrated illaralualin
BBOaU' LUILDIMO, tCF i H" T. OOM
Otserlaret te tl.tft.
CITY NATIONAL lAMS, CAI
A. B. SAFFuRD. Prvtldewt:
SS TAYLOli, vKrnMt;
U.UYaLop.lsraiWy ud tin
P. M. DiacLAT,
F. a. Urocaruia,
R H. OlHIIU.M
Dlla at nmy Aswwi sImsjUisI
Tn Ceeata Upwatreaa.
fNTEMBST paid oa deaeets as she) nee af 1
'ZI.Lil' .lVfx 00: ".-feirewa I 441 1
MABSUXO WOaflM AJTS ORtUaVO MAT I
Omu a a . hll-tn-a J .
w. HT8L0P, Tmtuw. I
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, . . H00.C
W. P. flALLIDAT. Fresldeati
HENRY L. BALUCAT. Viee-rtt4JU
A. B. HAFFORD, Oaahiett
WALTEN HYbLOP, 4lsltaOUr
8r AAV TATtO.
daaat L. Haiusit,
leo. Dl WiLUAnaoa.
W. F. Haiiiaar,
A. M. Oamaa.
DEPOSITS received, aad a ,
FIRST NATIONAL BAN!
It. W. Mm in, Prldeat
J.M rii'tv.tra. Vl--Pra4drat.
Ciiae. CUAMUtosAM, CaaWer.
O'JLLEOTIONB PKOUPTLT XAOl
RiZOnANOK, eola. eaak aSM aa4 Data
1J awiiw Hnnnai noaani aaa aol.
Sln4l an -! n poet
nMT axis nofM
And buy your
ror. Truth alrevtassd CssMnrslsl At
I am now prepared to manufa ture
sprint -tvle-. aiich a intent leather.
buck and call-kln boots. Shoes, with bol
too, cork and pump notes, Scotch bottoa
and bevel edite or anv other atvto vou wli
I am aNn manufaeturintr an extra qualli
oi mine Mine, ny nuicnai ami Won
manslilp are warranted to be of the be-t
am uetermineii 10 not ne undersold lor I
name quality ol t'ooiU.
Uepalring done neatly and en abei
nonce k. J05U.I
WHITE COLLAR PLAJs'INO Ml
HARD and SOFT LTJMBl
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POS1
DOORS, tiABU, HLlNDd
Fnrnlabed oa ebeneeiaotM.
Commercial avenue, between Ttata
You can buv
and one-balf lbi. Donnl
A Coffee Sugar for On D(
lar : Seven lbs. JNew urn
Sugar for One Dollar;
fVirA And one-half Uba.
Rin rnffofl. One Dollar :
Imperial Tea, On Dollar i
a ball per pouna ; om
..Aav Ta DnM Dollar
SeTfAty-llve Ojntt per pouaj
Young Hyion j
One Lwnar per pouu,M
Mt h in ar Tjmnortioatatelf 9W
KBatsaaur Votxe m tsaltael mtmtm
BaxBiS mm ahtM.