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THE CA1K0 DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1873.
THE BULLETIN. '
BUU Puw of itf Ctlx Ma
Osttr, tho If Mormla vuis
JUKI H. OBJCRLT. sWItot end FobUibet
nw Tilr isaif.Y ItUlX-TlN!
OaaJWaat, by canter "
OUtf yMtbr oarrlar, Utadvanoe 1000
DM JM by carrier If not pild In
Tiriaw ? 5?
trysail
l oo
. t 00
A S6
10(O
, ....
UnfcyMr
i TUB DOLLAB WKKKLY JJITUXTIN
' Joko H. Obsrly hu raduosia U bcri
tioa prte. of tb. wb.tklt.Cao Btnxarrw
I Obi Dollar per annuaa, aklnx " lb
baapsrt paper published In Southern Ullnol
filing Matter try pa
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Boaessssrs to Jabs B. Pbillu.)
GENERAL COMMISSION
JOR-WARDINO MERCHANTS
DBALKRfl IN DAY, CORN, OATH,
Flour, Meal, Bran, Sec.,
AOKNTS FOR LA FUN AND RANI) j
POWDER COM VAN Y.
Oo. TtNTH STIIBST AKD OHIO LUVRE
OAIBO, ILL.
; MILLER 4 PARKER, i
GENERAL COMMISSION
tin
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
mi.
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN '
i
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOKNTS to FAIRBANKS 80A LRS
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIH.
i, i. MATHcas.. .o vni
MATHUS8 ft UHL
AMU 49KHKHAI.
CommiibionMbrchan T8
JAY AND WESTERN PRODU0R
OBIOXEVSB. '
, D.AT1M.
E.3r ATM
AYEBS b CO.,
FLOUR
QEKERAL COMMISSION MEROHANIS
Ha 78 Oxio L'xvk, Oaim, I U.
l-7tf.
WOOD SLITTENBOUBfi BRO
FLOUR
G3nrl OommlsaioD Merohn
18 OHIO LKViffi
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Succeifon to D. Hard A Son.)
AND
CouunisBifm Merohantti
mb,baisi ai ha. I
Mo A3 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS,
C. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT1
And dealer In
Ll-I,0lMS2fT, PLABTXB, IlAt. KTC.
Io Okie ,
T1 will Mil In car load lota at manul ac
innra prices, adding rrelithl. -a-tt
trrcH-ata.
HYLAND k 8AUER,
BTJTOHEBS
AJ1D niALXUfl fM
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
or EvniY.UKsciiipnoN,
Corner 10th sutut and Commercial avsnu
next door to the Uylaud saloon.
11-16 U. CAIRO, ILLS.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AMD Iir.4I.Klt IN
FRESH MEAT,
IhjMtb aiiin, BarwaaM Waihixoto.i
AjrpOouuikciAL A v ax cm,
AjjlnSHr. BlttMkoaaM ssssa Hauu; 'a
Kaaptli bast or Bstf, Pork, Mutton Vaal.
Lamb, taasaca. etc., sadara r"r''l lo saris
altUMM ta iD4) most a.scptabl maansr.
JAMES KYNASTON,
BUTCHER
A9U CZAlZft 1ST
AU, KINDS OF FRESH MEATS.
Uttr Mr. TwsailsUi Birt sm1 Casu-
tauvl wss,
uyisvnd Uuhtirflply Uta bastCittle,
Men and 8ht p. and la prepared to till or
Atn tot JTraib MtaU trom en to tn thoo-
SMlIqatl. 'tl
Home Adtertisementi.
HliXlDAY BROTHERS Jobn Q Umau- lMfc,mB
JOHN Q. HARMAN Jc CO.,
GENERAL AGENTS
'
i
uiuwiniitMrl amu (liiMMLriSION I
I
,
DEALERS IN FIOTJR;
,
Aad Aata f
I
OHIO KtVaU AND KAX AWHA
70 Ohio Lhvbb,
Caibo, li.i.moic
rriMi, iMHV.it iv
.1. O. MATHKWSON,
I
f'OMMISSION MERCHANT
V..V.1UU10CIIW iunnviA i (
And Acelil for
n AZj.r.u ivn DoroMT Vownia Co.,
jDQUSTAiOA.
E. C. PACE 4 CO.,
rOHWABDISti
A 5 li
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
DJLAltM IK
HAY,
CORN,
OATS,
MKAL,
FLOOR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
0A1RO, ILLINOIS.
Mill
PE T E R C IF 11 L,
KaclB'lTr
PL O U R MERCHANT
A.N1
So. Ml OHIO iaKVECf
3-iWlf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and CommiBBion IJ N I V E H S I T Y
MERCHANT,
ENTABI.IHII EIS 15 IViU
II) members of the sociolj ol
uuaiiv umTvunvuiKTllH Jesus, and Incorporated by an act ot tlir
WHAUF-UOAl 1 KU1 ttIAUU. f,)ttm m.) u ,)ai) ,,xlt.rullc ,.,
nr...r,i in r.,ptc-ini nil uin l. ,if iv iyhts unlnterr uptod success, and continues to ol
propped io f.,r ' . f1"'1" "f 11 fcrtbo ntu.lci,i every facility lor aequirlnK
i L ' a thorough
' sVBuslneat atlndd to promptlr; ..... ... . . ., .
4'IhssIchI mill I'mnmerrlnl Kilsii-Mt Juss-
WM. H. WALK EH tt (JO.,
I.ate Walker A ll.irr.
.,..
C.KN'KltAI. COMMISSION MERCHANT?
fOK.1SI.KOI
I -I MT, WrhTISIlK AM) NOKTIIKRV
No 15 .mil 47 North Waler lrerl.
M0111LK, ALA.
tSTftpeeul ;ttntinn jflven to eonn'U
ments. J-l( tf
JOHN SMITH,
,Ujvr-sor to James Kynaston.i
Iluicliaa axu Dcalbi iv all Kimus or
Faasu Mcira.
C'OWIIR NDTCTIXni AM PorbAtt Ma,,'
CAUIO, ILLINOIS.
Uuys aud slaugbters only tb best faille,
hog! and shsep, and li prepared to till any
iemasd for freib meats froin one pouort to
ten thousand pounsfs.
PHIL. nOWARI),
, gXEAMBOAT BUTCHER
Ottf aUtokUkl.llsui- auUdUsg.
rrri1'1 --"- (.aU.W.otJsislroiusiasui
Uu alitit or a
Home Advertisement.
aaAx mtAtk aomjivh.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
AD
CONVKYANOMUs
or III Cor. ulsUll at. svud lu l.sa
Cairo, Illinois.
Uflr lor sale at low figures and easy terms
Uie following real esiatc :
No 1 An elogaut cottage, comer rw;mi
una Louuit streets, lis; auJlW.b 1, third ad.
Lots above grade 6 lots lu b 4, In what Is
known as th "Hidgc Uloek;" thoso loti run
through the block lrom Fifteenth to six-
leeniu Streets, ami me uesi iciunmc f'f
erty In ttio dtydJolulng property
ty in ttio iilt)iU0'ul,1 property nigoiy
mrnvntl.
linprovea
.No a LoUO and 4. b 4 J, city, Washington
avenue, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
streets, west side. Oood two-story building
an each lot.
No 3 Also, vacant lotst- .mil 0. .vljolnlng
the above. Lot 14, b 2.1, nlty,
on Blxlh Urcei, south side.
between Commercial and Washington ac
nuec, will be sold In tracts to milt purchaser,
very tow and on easy tcrnis.
inil,iii1.lii IiHh. .'orjirr nl Knur
tecnth and l'oplar Urceti, tront ou l'oplar
ttrect, weal hub. oppome pou-oiucc uiucs.
N . Stilniulld fiuniiicHi liulUllnir. I cfl
dance In bgcioiuI iton. 0 room, hall and
froutand rear stairway, wateronbotli lloor,
In number one condition: dittiati-il on north
went corner of Commercial avcuiiw uinl
TwclfUi itrcol. A fe'reut bargain ir oll
toon.
No IL-Lol 4, 7 and !, b '.'2. city, mi
Commercial acnue, bo ween Fourtli and
Fifth iirrrtu, bota "0 and SI, b 'il, city, on
WanliliiKtou avenue, between Hlth and
Sixth utrcrtH. Term racv. lirlcc low
I No 7 Ut 14, In b IS, on Nineteenth
street, between Commercial ;ivrmu' ami
l'oplar Hreet a Rreat bargain, I.ot'ir, b iV,
Ut ad., on Walilm;lili avenue.
N'o b Two vcrv dculrable buflnc bolide
and two lots on Mxth otrect between Com
mercial and Washington avcnueH, -rill In
fold at term to pay purchaser rental of "Jo
per cent on investment.
I No t Blx lota In b 2!, 1st ad. IIIrIi
Kfound. tSiXIcacli on easy pa)iueiit!i.
, .No 10 l.oia i ana in u norm corner m
I Tenth and Lovco streets, llest biclncs luusi
1 Hon In the city tenni eay. Lotsil. tl and
1 23 In b 1, lut ad., south curner ot Twentieth
i and Poplar ctrectn. Also three lots in court
, bouse block, tront iug on l'oplar Mrcot.
I No 11 A oplcndld twn-tory residence on
' north-east corner of Walnut and Ninth
streets, with two lot- very desirable prop
' erty.
No 12I.ot IS and IP, b 7!i oulli Mdc ol
' Twcnty-lirot ttroct, opposlta "Convent
HlocV "very desirable lor re'ldi nco pur-
poicf, encap.
No 13 A well Improved lann or2IOacrcs
OO acres undcrcultlvtlon: hnu.enand barn
orcuariJ) bearing trees runtilns water
through farm above ovenlow. Onw ipiarter
mile from rtatlou ami ilcpol ol lalro ,v si.
Louit railroad. Will bo oM on easy terrn
tor f 12 J per acre.
No 14 Ten ot the choicest lots, In block
57, let addition, above untile, licatitilul resi
dence location, will be noIiI at a great bar
pain. Wo call iiartlcular attention to ttiM
propertv as It will be sold very low.
A Kl.NK CIIAMC Full I.NVXSTMICM.
Jn addition to the forcKOIng wo oiler tor
sale, or lease, a largo number of vacant lot",
In dlflorcnt parts ot the city, embracing No
1 huslncs and residence property.
Jn unimproved landr, wo have for sale
over 25.000 acrcit in Alexander and l'ularkl
counties, at price ranging from $2 to 1D
per aero, and are prepared to oiler induce
menus to purchasers that cannot be equalled
In Colorado, Texas or any other placo or by
"any other man." A large amount ot lands of
Iho very best, quality, In Alexander ami Pu
laski counties, belonging to tho Illinois Cen
tral Ilallrnu.l .oiuykuy.io. -e --UUU
we aro tho agents, will be hold very low and
on auch easy terms that a person ol Industri
ous habits, with a very small sum of icady
money, can In few yearn braimii the
A,.'not tf a tirniliiftlvn f.irm. We have
uiats and dcHcrlptlous of all lands offered I
' tor salo and will take pleasure in showing '
lurcuasom me tiroru'nv. lines to an lanua
, sold by us guaranteed, and shown from the
patcnteo when required by abstracts. Ap
ply IU JUll.l l. IIA1131A.-I i LU,,
Cor. .Sixth aud l.eveo sl.s., Cairo, 111",
.Jure 7, 1S73.
C. WINSTON A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTION EKRS,
74 (axco.su s-looh) oino lrvxx,
Cairo, ti.L
Kur and Sill Rial Eiitatc,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ADSTRAOl'S OF TITLK
Aol pirare UonTaoos of Ulala!
ST. LOUIS
Itulletlus are sent threo times a year to ,
tho parents or Kuardlaus of tho students to ,
inform them ot ttio conduct, health and ',
Imprrovciuout of their sons or ward. An
cxponunceu piiysiciau uauy visus uio m- ;
stltutlon, and the greatest care .ind atleii-
tion ..ro .estowed n the sick.
I KIISIS
Hoard and tuition, per session, ten '
months, $'.'S0. !
'1 hu next acsslon begins on Mptember I. 1
1873.
Catalogues containing Instructions to pai-:
cuts, and lull particulars, will hu sent tree i
ou application to
HF.V. ,1. O. ZlIALANll, .s. ,1 , ,
President St. I.ouls Unliersity, ht. Louis,'
Missouri 7-'J2ilAwlm
WARD k ROBERTS,
P -A- X -N" T B S
Dsu i.s.ms Window .Siiaucs,
Wall Paitt., Puki Wiinr.
I. a An, Lt.vsKKi Oil
II.LUMINATIMO OIL,
Spirits TtmriKTiNK, Oi in
Mii.bi.sc, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Washington avenue and Klevrntb stieet,
'l Illinoi
DANIEL LAMPKRT,
FASHIONBLE BARBER
Kiauni St,, Ht. Com. A Wna,
CAIKO, ILl.H,
$30,000 WORTH OF GOODS
AT COST.
ON AND
I will sell my entire atock of
i
Goods and Carpets
Dry
AT ACTUAL COST
Ai 1 am determined to close out my proiunt buthiusi soon aitiitii1In
N. 15 TO AVOID ALL MISTAKES HtiliKAPTKK, THIS STOCK
WILL HE SOLD STRICTLY VOW CASH.
JR. H. CUNNINGHAM.
.Inly .1, 1873.
DISINFECTANTS:
COW E It A S
P. It O a1
CARROL A T E O F L
V E R M A N G A
C A R B O L I C ACID
C II li O 11 1 D E OF LI M E ,
P 0 W 1) E It E D C JJ A R C 0 A L
9.AXE j.T XiO"W P RICES
at
BA.ICXjA." BEOTHBBS,
DRUGGISTS,
rOUNEU WASHINGTON AVENUE AND EIGHTH STREET.
ANU-
3STO. 7L- OHIO "LliVEiS
ctf-
1IAHKI
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Oditrlxratl Hareli 41, lsta.
omci or
ICITV NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
OFMCEKS :
I A. II. 3 AFFORD, Proildent ;
! S. S. TAYLOR, Vlce-l'resldenf,
II. UY8I.OP, SeuretAry and Treasuret
! btasnTOan
P; M. iUactti, OoiS. Qixiogis,
P. U. HrocatUTii, HiOI. O. Hchiih,
K. It. OUNSisaam, 11, I', Hiixuur,
J.M.HBltUfS.
Depoaltaof anr Amoaal IUmIifiI Iruni
Ten 1 rata fjpwavisla.
1NTKHEBT paid on deposit tt lb raWol an
percent, per annum. Msrcb 1st and Hcptroi
tor 1st, Interest not withdrawn Is added Imme.
dlatcly to the principal of the deposits, thereby
giving; them compound interest.
UAHHIBD WOMXK AHD OHILLBKtf MAY
DBP08IT UONIT
so Tnii no oia aua oia csaw it.
Opn sterj basinass day from a .m. to a p.m
ana mturuay eTen-nx lor dh. KM-ooiii
unl;, from I to I o clou
auOW
W. UTBLOP. Tr.urr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
B V IsT "EC.
OA I HO, II. 1. 1 KOI n
capital, - - sinn.oon
W. H. ItALLIIlAY, Prculent;
HEMtT L. HALLIUAY, Vice-PrfUHni
A. H.HAPKOKIJ,Oahlar
WALT KM HTHLOP, A'Slsttn Cvitilrr-
iiiascroust
Htms Tittos, Kosssr H, OrJ.sisonAii,
llsssr L. Hiuisii, W, if. lUtlll'AT,
Clio. 1). WltiUNsnn, HisrHSN lluu
A. P. Nirnmc,
Kxetiisniie, t'ulu and Ilnltssl Rlisles
Hotsd lluiiKhl stnd Mold.
!ZloaiTH rcoelred, and a (nsral bankiri,
buslnnss dona,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or CAIatO.
H. W. Miller, President.
J. M. PlllLLirn. Vice-President,
Ciias. CUNNINfillAM, Cashier.
. .
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, eoln, bank nots and UBit
Statss securities bought and eold.
Inlerral Allowed on lliuo Depoalls.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAIUIIST VAIII1TT ITOOst IN THK 01 T)
OOODSSOLD VERY CLOSE.
C orner uf HlssatoentU air! nssil t,i
Dsnrtslal Avvuut,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
0. 0. PATIKII
AFTER
O C II L 0 It A L U M
I M K ,
N A T E O F P 0 T AS 11, i
'0 W D E R ,
-AMYEBM.
WILLIAM J. A1J.EN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Office over First National bank. ::-li;-.1iu
SAMUEL 1. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Office over First National bank. a-l.Vlm
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORN KVS
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willlun H.dreea, 1
William B. Gilbert, V OAIKU, ILLINOIS.
Miles F.UIIkert, j
sMsrBpenist attention (tn to AdmlrsUr sod
isamtoat business,
or rion oiiio lhvxb, hook a 7 and 8 ovait
CITT NATIONAL 1IAKK.
John II. .Mulkey. Wlllitm 0. .Mulkey
.MULKEV k SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Ollke, rear rooms over llannon' book
'toie,
NO. lii-l COMUhRCIAL AVSNUt,
Hetween Seventh ami Eighth street.
a-n tr.
(iiitc'.nit.
II ERMAN SCHMETZSTOUl'M',
(Sueces-sor to H. Thlclscke.)
ISf-itlrr In All Itln.la
, FAMILY GROCERIES
WASHINGTON AVENUE,
HKTWKKN TKNTII A Nil KI.KVKNTII STRKKTS
Having purrhased the grocery establish-
mentor II. Thiulecke, 1 shall always keep
oulmnd a fulland fresh supply of all Urn best
goods in my line, to be found in the market.
Hy strict attention to business, and falrdeal -
mg. I nope not only lo retain all tlio custom
Uie place has enjoyed In the past, but to add
to Hi i) list many now patrons
Asklll
lairsuarii oi puijiic patronage,
Hespectlully, Ukkman Scii.Miasioitrr
7-10 tf
L. D. Thoins
II. A. TJiom
THOMS k BROTHER,
Mleeesosrs to II. .M.Hulen,
' COMMISSION MERCHANTS. UROKERS '
AND DALBHM;tN
Simple nud Fisnrjr (Jrorssrlns,
Foreign and Domestic
LI4 Coiuiuurclal Avenue,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS.
Our Home Advertisers.
H IMJMAAtlKOPii.
HEMIS, HItOWN & CO.,
RAO MANUFACTURERS
Auintm IIojii: Cotton Mills
NO, SO IlLIn l,oVed, Cllo. lilt.
I 2.2m.
NEW LIVERY STARLE
TKNTII MTRKKT,
hlTWiaK WAtll'N AVIWOX HI WiLNOI
Dr. II. F. ruUs lnforu.1 lu put.IL' t l,s
l).ld t
- ' K It ' S T A H I. K
i,n II, uotlliisoil shir nfTiiUtti lti-l u
tibfita,
III Htbl will b fuinlnucl mill imtm t,ut tli
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VKHIOLKH.
and tho nubile may be accommodated at al-
hours of the day and night With safe learnt
on the lowest U-nns
Ur. Fields asks a share of nubile patronage
fjm. win enuoAvnr in iiipiii ll ny r.ilr ilt-tsllut;
nun sltici aiieiuiou to uusi
WAOi ii mufa'ctor V
For Sale ut Wlioloi:alo or Retail.
OOH.NEIl '.l'Jl).HTKEF.T AND OHIO LEV Kt
Cairo, Illinois.
Illf .1. f. UAUIII.K
You can buy aix
and one-half lbs. Durant'u
' A Coll'eo Sugar for One Dol
lar ; Seven lbs. Now Orleanu
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Bobi
i three and ono-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Beat
, Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Beat Gun
powdor Toa, Ono Dollar and
Sevonty-fivo Cents por pound ;
Young Hyaon and Oolong Tea,
i Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at, Hiram Bixry.
CARL PETE lis
BLACKSMITH
or.i;ifieull nnil Pujiltr Ht.,
Informs the public that hn hasongageu tlia
services of a Klrt-clas Wunon maaerand
also a First-class Hote ahoer and Is reaily
to manufacture and epair all kinds of work
tn this trade wlUi npalr and dl-pateh.
n-n-nra.
i.i'.mhi:ii.
WHITE COL LA R PLAN I NO MILL
H WAI.TKHH, froprlelur,
bsnsk la
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, HIIINOLES, CEDAR POHTi?
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
,, 377,
OKOK1U MUi.lOU-1).
"
Steamboat Lumhrr,
Kurnlsbed on stiorlfal nolioe,
Commerclhl avonim, betweon Tonth anil
Eleventh streets
CAIEO:
Td
XilLXISTOIS.
Cairo Rox and Basket Co.
l)ealer in
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IIAHIt ,M Mll'l',
Keep constantly on bains'
I'l.niilll.VII ANI)SlIIn, Al.sn Lath.
orilrra Nnllellril
MILL AMI VAIII) CORNKIl TlllIITY-rol'RTII
hTKKKT ANU OHIO LXVKK.
CAii!!JJ- " ILLINOIS.
' A I II O
COAL AND WOOD VARDS
OS
'r.1,,,1, l.'.iilt l.w.titli i.lrintt liplu'i'pn
Wnsblnglon and Commercial nveiiiii..
WU4MVI III
All Kinds or Woon ami Coal.
rftovo wood sawed to order.
Orders received for Pittsburg coal to bo
delivered In September at id 30 per ton.
Leave oroers at oflie.o on Tenth struct,
next door to tobacco warehouse.
Terins: Cash on dollvery.
H-'JO Im 0. W. WiiKKi.KU, Prop'r.
HIIXIBKKT.
MRS. MoOEE,
OnKlghlimrMt,biwaa0nii!miireialtti.i iv..i,
nglmi Aiamias, is dallr reoelilnc
j ,,,,., ,w. .
iir.n u i iiiiiivr.n i uuiMCi
LATKHT rf HINll AND SUHMKK KTYLKS.
Kesiilas a tall line of
i rBOXNTHSrrEJTS Ac HA1V3
, ITnnimad and inirniiini-d,l
KHKNCII K LOWERS, ItlltuoNs, TKIMHINim
(fall kinds, Lct., oto,, tq.
Mrs. MoOea has also a lar-r SMortmanl i,
Kanc Articles, iueh s
NKOK T;. OOLLAH"), tlNDKKHI.IK VKH,
HUKKH, HA.HHKU, rANH, '
And all mbersrlteles usually foutd In a
FIRST.CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mrs. McOce, In addition to her Htock ot
Fancy and Millinery Hoods, has a tine and
Completo assortment of Cincinnati Custom
made Ladies' and Misses' Shoes and Chil
dren Hoots, lilack and in Colon. These
aroscknowledgod to be the finest and best
ever In tho market, and this It tbe only
house the oltr that makes tuvm a specialty
Home Advertisements
INl)BAJf()V.
W. II. Morns,
MiiUri HulJIo,
H. H Ca4e
.O.Puli, tkj (I 8. 03tL
KIRK, HULL, OAKUO, LIVE dl'OOK
AUUIDENT, LIF8,
r .xr q u ;h. .a. isr c mi.
ATH4. IIAMTFOHD,
' ,M
NUIITH AMKKIOA, PA.,
, n,TM,IMi im
lUKTfOHIJ, OONK.,
- - .tJ.ht.tlu f
riiiKMLiuiircoHi),
'"M -......II,JI,M S4
INTKK!UTKl.V.UN Y
1I4
Ul-IS ,
l,iil,4U
PUTNAM, IIAItll-OHli,
- ItOS.HtJ
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ij AFFORD, MORIUS&CANDKE,
71 llhlti l.irt,
TEUTON 1 A LIFE INSURANCE
coiwrap.A.risry.
OF UHIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
, OKMt'L.OrriuK, 171! WAiiurfOToy St.
AOTIVA, SS50.000.
I'lils Ucnuaii Life Insurance Company
guarantee not only Paid-up Policies but
also a Value In Cash on the Non-forfeiture
plan
JOHN A. HUOK, - - President
0 KNOUKI.SDORF, - . Hecrotary
JOHN W. PMIKtJH,
Aeent for Cviro and vlrlnltj
lirsMAltkTliuND.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insuxauc
and Sick ltellef by weekly dues aud mutual
co-operation In objects of public benefit.
The l.lle Insurance Policies will be Issued
by the Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
II. MKYERS, Prldnl.
JOHN W. 1'RUKSrt, Ao't.
rr'lrususil Vlalsslly
FIRE AND MARINE
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Assslt . TU.vM Ou
IVimprlsIng Ibc Uadsrwrll-rt' Xtaif.
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ALHAMT CITT,
iisuls tM,M
riuawXHV ruMi, . r,
Alats
aXOUklTT, K. T. MA III NX,
4su ..l,sa.sn
Hiotft, Dwellings, furniture, Hulls and C.r
COes, Insured at nt m ftvorabU as sound, par
msnant ocurltT will warrtnt.
1 rxabrntrullj ask or III oltlsansof Ca
l,rof llieir pstronH(,
O.N. II DM II CM
j VHYmivianh.
' A.TTiOETMTl
Otllceover Thorns .t llro.'s xrocery store,
i .so, M Commercial avenue, comer Klghtb
I street, Hesldence corner Walnut and
Tweniy-nrst streets.
( " DE R 0 TABFR "
j Will rcsunie the practice of his profession
with especial refereuce to the electrlca
treaimeui oi uiseases in an uie now anu iui-
tiroved methods of application.
In all cases of female complaints a ady
will be In attendance.
Ulilte, UX Commercial avenue, up stairs.
if. S. liRIUHAM,M."i)T
llomu pathlo physUlan and snrtrson. Ot
llco lJu Commercial avenue. Ilcldrnce
corner of Eleventh and Cedar streets.
7-l'iim
i U. WARDNER, M. D. "
OHIcc and Hesldence 111 Commercial avr-
ime, (licit door to tho Atheueum),
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
SEHIDKSCK No. 31 Thirteenth atreal, r
twenn Waahiugion avenue and Walnut sLrusL
:e lJilOomnierclslarenua, up stairs.
C. W. DUNNING, M. 1).
OF.fllDENOE oornsrNlnth and Walnut ats.
tyoSlee corner hlitl. streat aud Ohio lams.
Ome hours from a a.m. to 12 ra and 9 p. in
J DR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
IDEILTTIST.
' A constant supply of pure Nitrons Oxide
i Gas, for the painless extraction of teeth, al
the Dental Hooins of Dr. Douglas, successor
to Dr. A. M. Autln. Eighth street. MM
HOOK lUHDIXU,
PATP.ONI.E
HOME T2A.D3
BULLETIN BINDERY,
.'oroe t Twelfth street and Wablilnjrtou Ave
.J. C. HUELS.
(Lato ot Ht. Loul,)
PKOPIUKTOU
HOOK HINDER AND BLANK HOOK
MANUFACTURER.
HI.ANIC IIOOKSor every dCHerlplloinloiie
with litmtnohs and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling donn at short notice. Ulblus, Music,
MtgalnvN and Periodicals bound nent and
at the lowest possiblo ratos.
kiunly work, auch Hocords, Dockets
Foe Hooks. Illanks, etc., made a ipeclallty
IIoxuh, Pocket Hooks, Knve lope, etc
n lo to onlor U.'U
IIOAT HTOHEH.
SAM WILSON,
B I All IB
I zBO-eVT BTOHBH
OSOOIRJIB,
PHOVI8IONUI KTC.
N. no
Out. Lavax oauo, 111,

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