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CAJKU
DAILY
JJULLETLIv, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER J, l73
" 44.
THE BULLETIN.
wflclal
Fnner or bi CUy and
t.. tk. aalr Mnrnliiff nmijr
tJ.mpr PaklUhoilla Honlhrrn llllnnln,
'ifcjHN n. OBEin.Y, K.JH.T and lMbllihor
TKRMS OFTUK DAIL I'ULLKTIK :
1 0 Will, Dy earner w
.n year by oarrler, la advance 10 00
sytot year by carriof 11 not piUI In
dTMC "0
m month, by mill J
tm Month 3 00
month. 6 26
HofM Tear.
10 00
Bal
p rf, TUI DOLLAH WEEKLY BULLETIN
U John H. Oberly ha reduced the ubcrlp
t on price of the Wbbklt Caiho Hulletim
9 Oat Dollar per annum, making It the
ieapatppjrpuhlUhei In Southern llllnol
.-r-.
lELEGRAPHIG,
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
FROM NEW YORK.
I OPKXlir'O or TIIS kTuCK KXCnNOK,
I w Yobs, September 30 Wall and
t froad atrtati, In front of the lovoral on
Hneet to the i too It exchange, weru
fowdad tbli mornltig, at tho hour of open
)g the (lock exchango approached.
'jVhan the door wore thrown opon, shortly
fore 10 o'clock, the momberi and ipecu
.tori ruihod In, ailing the floor of tho
cchange and vjiltor'n gallory. The
lembcn cloiad around tho prcildout'i
"Mk, cheering furiously nnd waving bad.
romptly at 10 o'clock President Chap
an rapped the broken to order, and at
ice all became ailont. '
THB PREMDKXT's M'BKClt.
He then ipoke to them at follow :
W bate met again, after a very mo-
CBtoue lutpemioo, for the purpou of
umlng buiineti. Your action in the in
trim ha met with unlvorsul approbation,
nd ba been most iatlilctory to your
kite. Buiinei would bo carried on un
r the rulaa adopted by the governing
mmlttee, which he read, appointing n
imtuittee to aettlo tho contract! of da
Ml tie g parties. All 1 ask now, it that
u help each other to boar tho burdou
tat hai fallen upon us ; to o conduct
Jtlneuat toenablo the exchange to carry
lb work auccessfully." Loud cheering
llowed the address, and business was
gun. Good feeling appeared to exist
d
TUB OFKXINO TRICKS
t atock shows returning confidence. Thu
dlowing are the opening quolntiom of
ilea : Central 02; Erie 51; Lake Shore
I; North Western 43; ltock Itland 81;
aWjflo Mail 35; St. Paul preferred
I J; Oblo29J Western Union C1J; Wu
Mb 46; Union Paciflolj O. C. & I. U.
!; Hannibal Jfc St. 3oe 2L
A LITTLE DECLINE.
r. u. under conildnraOlo fret-
ire to Mil and realizj on stock, prions
T8 declined. from thoso current at opoo
ig. from one tu three pur coat. Hankers
nerally are unwilling to opjMto
An (tnpriwsion prevails on tho street
id 'Change that all tho JeadJoj; bualnna
Ousel will pay through, in which event
little better feeling will bo Infiuod
iroughuut doancinl circles. .
HVbVr.SDtl).
ti nitb A Seavur, importer, havo sub
joded, but annouri:e that thay will pity
tl demands in full and resumu busineif.
IIO.N'KY.
Tba prices of money will depend upon
in stock exchange tellletnont going on.
f these should bo carried through sue
isifully there aru many who luofc for a
jmparatlve easy working of thu inarkot.
here was a decided improvomunt in the
jreign exchange which was looked upon
i a favorable symptom of returning con
iente. The leading bankers have ad-
need rates to lot, J for sixty dnyi for
rllng ; and 107 J for sigh;, but actual
illness was at a reduction trt.ui these
Ui.
Mvr York., SjpteinW 30 -A telegram
otn Bolton last night says Admiral
finslow of the United States Navy, who
immanded the Kjariage when tho suuk
M Alabama, died at hi reslduci-u in ifoi
iO Highland! this eveniug. (i opened
The London Times of the '.'Othoontuins
in following tolegrum, dated J'rU I'J :
, It is stated that tho French covurnment.
t compliance with advicel received from
tmpetent authorities, has rufnlved to
irry out with great activitv, tlm 'xiifu
on of a general plan that will bind to
tlher all the forlitlcalicus in Krnnce by
innocllng them with Purls. It i in con
iquence of this resolution that uil ot'.l
in bare been teen at work un tho chief
(JgbU lying within Paris.
aMtivtu,
taamshlpi Oaclie and KuisU, from I.iv.
pool, and Ilolsatria from Hamburg.
ABUriTBD.
'Iicvf Yonr, Septembep 30. Air Bailey
mZfrmrrMttiui m.iinv tar naisinir a S 100
p j i D
v -. . t kill k.i u .n..acM,l on )luil
be bill la an excellent counterfolt on the
UBl National bank of New York.
UOBiTIO BKVUUUH.
A Utica dispatch iayi Horatio Si-ynmur
to chairman of tho Democratic con-
jijiltl to-morrow.
HON. JOBBfll WARREX
BiBMbablr oropare reiolutiout dunounc-
mr ' , .....
of tho
taw ut-'j ""'i
I nlmtrnrm.
TOKO IRS ARREITKP,
iu Cannedy and JSdward U. Plorn
VlMrMtod on the ltb lust., accutod of
jiMdaarord to forgo a ji.iwo noiiu
llM MiMliilppi Valley railroad In Can-
- Mr to-day cBtsroittoa uy justice
K . i . ... k
I'la . I n sin an mil. SKUIl
to answer
trnoon.
M BVANSVJLLT3.
UrjRowHin.
wY StpUmber 30. J.cob
Vfxif, Kabn & Co., pro-
Urn Brewery, waa
&.lo bll cittern tnlt
. I
VliOM WASHINGTON.
A IIKMJCTO.V.
WAsiuxiiro.v, Scpti'inbor :0. It Is
Mated at tho trcanury depnrttnont llmlthii
deparlmout ntntomotit to-morrow will ex
hibit a fair reduction iu the public dill,
notwithstanding tho rovenur of tho
month wcro criniptriiiivoly very llglit.
The troiisury illsbursments for llio u(tml
expanses of tho govornmcnt for the
mouth ending to-day have been below the
avcragn exponcs for tho last three or four
month'.
1NTKHK1T TO UK PAID.
QTroaturer Spinner will rttpoml to tie
rcquuat of thu tmtionnl lianks for pre
pyni3nt of interuit on their new & per
ciiit. ritgiilcred bonds in the trcitbiiry, in
security for circulation and public deposits
bv nciiiM thorn chojl'i for tlm itmouiit
of interest due on tho Ural of November
on sui'h botult, less rebutu ul l! per colit.
per annum.
The ollljliil Kt'itomentt show llixt Uniteil
Statos currency of all hind outntunding
at this date it $40,2'Ji,:j03.
lMTOHTANT LETTKIl KIIOM Til H (tKOIltTAUV
01' TltK TliEAS-Ultr.
The secretary of the tremury hits tul-drc-iied
tho following letter to Franklin
Edson, president of the Now York pn
ihiei) t'xchitne :
TkKASUIIY JJKI'AKTMISNTNT, 1
AV'asIII.noiov, tjoiiteiiiber M, 173.
tin Your Jutlcr of tho 20th int., toii-
f'nriiiiti lu'n rnAiilii,t..i. nf it... V.....
produce exchange, bus been rocei oi nnd I
aubjecl matter lolly contlduruu.
Thu res-
olutiuns aru tia follows
Wll krkas, Tho critical condition of tho
commercial interest of thu coiintrv io-
liilro immudiuto relief by the removul ol
tuo block in negotiating loreien uxciunuo ;
therefore bs it
ltesolvcd, That wo respectfully DiiL'irost
to tho sccretnry of thu truosury tho fol
lowing plans for reliet in this oiiriiurdi-
liary emergency :
r irt, thut currency no Immedtitoiy Is
sued to bunks or banker, upon
talitlnctory oviduncea tlml gold
bus been placed upou special
deposit in tho Hank of Kngluud by their
correspondents in Loudon to ttie credit of
tho Uuiled Status, to bo uicd solely in pur
cnnaini: commercial bills of exchuiiuu.
Second, That tho president of the
United Stalui and recrolury of tho treas
ury tiro respectfully requested to ordur
thu immodiuto prepavtuent of the out
standing loan of thu United States duo
January 1, 1871."
While the government is doing all in
its power to relieve tho present unsettled
condition of uuslnnss btluirs as lias already
been announced by tho president, it is con
strained iu all its nets to kuup within the
letter and enlm or tlio liiw.. wiilch tliey
m olUcors or tuo government aru sworu
to support, and they cannot go beyond
the authority congress has conferred upou
them.
Your first resolution presents difficulties
nhich cannot be overcome It is not to
bo supposed that you dealro to exchango
coin iu Kngland for exchange iu New
lork lor par. it vour proposition in lor
thu government to purcha3o gold
in Knghind to bo pai t for United
States note? at tho current inarkut ruto iu
New York it would involve the govern
ment iu fin business of importing and
speculating in gold, since thotrunsury but
no utu for coin bujond Its r.ocosenry ro
ceiptu, and would bo obliged to sell the
coin so purclmso 1 at a pricu greater or Ices
than was paid for it. If your obluct is to
Induce the trcarury department tu loan
United Statoi notes to banks in Now
York or on iileilr-et and denoilts in Lon-
J don of gold, it is asking tho secretary ot
the treasury to loan tile money ot tho
United Slates on uollattoral security,
for which thorn is no authority in law.
If tho secretary of tho treasury can loan
notes on a pledge of coin, he will lonn
them on a pUdu of other property In
discretion, as ho was recently compelled to
do, which would b an extraordinary
powor as well at most dangoroux butiness
tn nnr-ain in; and which niv I ll il i in I'll t
would dutor me from undertakini; hi secre
tary of tho treasury, cvn If by nuy
t'rotch of eontructinn 1 would not
Hud it absolutidy prohibited by law. Him
objections alrovly mentioned to your Hi ft
resolution nru intupornblo and eonuluiivu,
and It it unnecesary for mu to refer to any
practical dithVuliirs which would arise If
an attompt should bq mudii to comply
wilh your request. Your teconil resolu
tion culls for payment atouco of the loan
of 185S or bonds commonly called fx of
1874. Upon a thorough investigation I am
of the opinion that congress bus not con
ferred on tho poemtary of tho treasury
power to comply with your request in
that particular, and in this opinion the
law ofllcui of tho govornmont concur.
Under thoso circumstances you will per
ceive that while I havn great rnipect for
the gentlemen comprising tho Now York
produce exchange, I am compound by my
views of law and my duly to respectfully
doclinn to adopt tho mcr.turfla wlneb your
resolutions propose. 1 have tho honor to
be very respectfully
Signed Wm. A. Riiukiqn.
Socrotiry of Treasury.
FROM CINCINNATI.
NO nuxui- I.N Art-All'..
Cincinnati, Septombor 30. There has
been no very particular change iu tho sit
uation of llnacciul affairs horn to-day.
The opor.lng of the Now York stock ex
change was looked to with a great deal
of interest, and thu wotk of tho day hai
been received with much favor. Thl,
howevor, has buim toniowhat counteracted
by the unfavorable turn of atltirs In Chi
cago. It it true that not a few porfons
havo feared the result announred with
reference to tho Union National at Chi
C'igo, but the main body of the business
men wero not prepared for another !
chingo io soon. Tnu oonnequeneo wa.
that tho news took out considerable of tho
renewed spirit which wai manifested iu
tho general markets in the day. More
orders fur provisions wore hero to-dav
probnblj than for a number of days,
and inoro has been douo in a jobbing way ;
but there ii littlo disposition to do much
until tbo Improvement generally shall bo-
com ni' ro clearly defined with tho banks
FROM. PROVIDENCE.
PauviOlSNCK, September 30. An ad
Journed meeting ot tho I'roviduiico bank
adopted tho report of the committee re
caminending liberal policy on tho part of
baiikt towardt each other aud thoir cm
tomert. That each b-tuk tbould lequest
ill dfptlitort to draw chucli paya-de
through tho clearing bouse. That de
posit! msde In banks In currency be pnid
outtoauch depositors In currency, and
that deposit! made in certified checks bo
paid In that kind, providing Unas are in
iraDerallr aouud and strnnp .nr.,iiin
moM ST. LOUIS.
Ml'ST IIAVK MIllll'.
St. Louis, t'eptuinbt-r .'P. Tho city
ooiiiicil hnvo pHivil un uriliiikiien author
l.ing un Imiiq of t:! )0,u00 treasury scrip
to pay tho current expensoa of thu city
during tho lockup of currency.
FROM CHICAGO.
A KAII.UItK.
(.'iiicauo, September CO. The dinctor
ol tho Union National bank, after pnjlng
nboiit J 100,000 ymturday, decided nt a
tucotiiij; luxt night to go into liquidation.
Tho olllcer of tha bunk stato ttmt the al
lots are iiliimiUtitly Millljiunt to pav nil
liabilities in full.
- - -
FROM I'M LI liADKIil'HIA.
TIIK MASONS.
PiiiLAHM.riiiA, S,'ptoiiib.ir :jr. Tho
(mtid piircl'(of ivnlgtit Teinplnn tnluM
place tbli iifturrioon, mid promiioi to bo
n grand nllair. Knights iirocoiirtnutly nr
rlving, nnd thu etroets nro hocomllig
throngel with tlght-tiiera.
VllOM OTTAWA.
i UK nor At. COMMISSION
met to iliy. Attorney (Inr.eral (mniit
WH tworn.
Ilu doliiml .Mr.
.Mc.Milli i' clinrL-e of bribery. Ho (aid
ho had never received nny monoy from
Sir Hugh Allen in connection with the
Pacific railway or any other enterprise.
Adjourned until to-morrow.
VJ2LLOW FEVER.
AT ilAlMHAl.t,, TEXAS.
Maikiiall, Tuxa, Septeinbur JO. The
yollow lovor panic prevails here, although
but :i resident of .Marshall have bien at
tacked with tho diseaso. Two of these
diud last week. Thu otho is recovering.
It is believed all these i.irt!ni weru either
oxpoiod in rihreveport or nlsowhuro, as no
casuj originated hero.
AT MKMIMIIS.
Mkmi'HIS, September 3D. Koutluen
yellow fover interment to-day. Woithor
cool and favorable. Sister Gabriel, supe
rior of the l'raiicucan order, died of yel
low fever. Kaona .Maovei.ly a promi
nent uitizin died to-dav aftor a long illnes,
KORKIGN.
London, Septombor UJ. Tho XoU.OOO
drawn from the Hunk of Kugla'tid on
balance to-day, is for shipiimnl to Now
York.
A spufKl from Berlin bints it unnr.rhil
troubles in (lurniaiiy. Stocks and hank
thares aro not saleable, nnd 'oinii havo
fallen twenty pur cent Thoro Is some
talk of thu government Interfering.
A number of nuw cas'H ol cholera
nmJu their appiaraucu on thu tliip which
arrived at Livurpool bringing that dis
oao. The ves-el i in close-quarantine,
Thoro wore sovural accidonta on tho
British railroad to-day, aud sovnral por
sons kited and injured. Tho most seriou
accident was to the Suntch oxprtss train.
FROM M KM THIS.
A NKW llKMKIir.
-MMi'lil.-, Septvuibor 3u At n largo
meeting of tho cliambrr of commurcu tlilt
morning to com-ider the tlimiicial situa
tion, resolution from tho banks of the
city wore received to thu ullVtit that they
would not suspend, but would open In ad
dition to thuir regular business, an ex
nhango account to bu paid in kind lor the
purpose of moving cotton, which were
unanimously adopted by the chamber.
KIHsT NATION HANK.
Tho moit retponsiblo merchant ot the
city havo subscribed and paid in to the
First National bank $320,000, which will
enable It to pay all liabilitie', and resume
businesi at onto.
RIVER NEW
Ci.nlin.nati, Septembiir 30. Kivcr
3 tout ti ineheh. Clear and cool.
VlCKsHfuo, Siipteiuber 30. Down:
.lames Howard, Pargoud and Natchiz
No boats up. Cloudy mid cool. Falliug.
Nasiivii.i.u, Septimber 30. litver still
declining; ?! inches on huuls. Weathur
clear iud ool.
Ni;w Hulkan-, SeptrmSer 3u. Noar
rivals or departuroi. Clear. Thermome
ter 83.
F.vanstiu.b, Septouihcr 30. -Clear ai d
cool. Mercury ttl to 01. ltivor fallen lj
inches p.ir day. Up: felvur Thurn, Ed
dyville, Fajotte and Huberts. Down:
Kvansvillo, lirannford and Klla Hughes,
Oencrnlly with good trips, JJusiiu-ss fair.
.MkmI'HI-, Septombor 110 Departed :
Ilellu Mumphi, St. Louis; Ulaikaville,
Arkaas river; Augmta, U'liitu river.
We itlmr clear and cool,
M:RivFil' RKJ'OKT.
Cmiuaiio, September 30. The Dual tut
puiihloti of thu Union National bank t3
day doprctsed prices of grain and tho
market is very quiet.
Flour dull aud nominal.
Wheat dull and lower; No I sprint- SI:
No s 'JOo cash or October; No a bio. h
Corn dull and lower: 3lo cash and Oc
tober; 'Mi 'November.
OaU fair demand and lower rates; No
- or Octohor; 03 u November.
ltyu steady; No a liu6'.'c.
Harloy qulut, weak and lower; No 'J fall
$1 2'J1 L'3; No 3 llofrtjBc.
Psovisiont qulut; tomu small order du
mand, but soilun net inclined to accept
urdors et present.
Pork ill cash.
J.urd sales 7iju December.
Hulk mcutt and bacon nominal.
Whiskey inactive; tll)o bid, no rales,
M Kuril lb. Siptvmber 30,No bminoas
owing to scarcity of ounenoy, and pricu
are extremely nomlual.
New York, Septombor 30. Flour rnbre
active und prices unchanged,
Whiskey ttcady WBo cash; D!)o regultr.
WhKdt more active and firmer: Na 3,
ri fPTTr.H l . -- -
No 2 Chicago tl 33fll 10; town spring
SI lul 4'J.
llyo qulol; Wostorn OLiJTr.
Hurley unchanged.
Corn quint and a shade firmer; steMiior
mixed Ojc; whltu Western H8c.
Oats n shadb llrmer; mixed Wctloni
r.3o31u for new; old in ftoro I!!.1; white
Westoili f3(2(o0c.
C..IIJO steady,
"ugar and !ii,.lasi's dull.
Pork dull and lower; nuw mux tl7rj
I" 25.
Heel and out meats uutbanged.
Middles llrmor; long clear 8'.) long
and short clear for winter delivojy 7Ju.
Lard a shade easier; old Western .team
'Jc.
St. Louis, September 30 Flour in ct
ivo and unchanged.
Wheat, tpring tinner and higher, No. 3
regular lloC"i'J7c; fall qulut and firm, No.
U ted ollured at .1 30, rI i!o bid; No. 'i
$1 110, tl 13 bid.
Corn, No. '& mlxod, caller for oath. Lots
with tales at -lOc I'.'J UJtobor.
OaIs in demand utid llrmer, No, 'J
mixed die.
H.irley unchanged.
Ityo, held linn, o. - C30Dc.
Pork, dull aud nominal.
Ilacon, quiet.
Shoulders 8 ", cleai rib HJfTftfe.
Lird dull.
Cattle dull, scarcely any selling except
in a vnnll way to city retailer nt tl 76
03 ti'JA tor Tux in common, nallve and
choice.
Hog $3 60 I.
Nkw Oni.KANs, Soptomber 30. Flour
demand confined to the city on account of
tlio iiuarantinu. Superllno5; truhle$7 '.'
S; family 8 2b 113.
Lorn, supply iigiit,iii!u 7:;j and dun
OiUdllll and lower at t0.'.
Hran dull at 8r'.)0
Hav dull, choVu ill,
Pofk dull nt 17c; etiok ll,3bo.
Dry salt meats dull.
Shoulders 7c; H3i-k 103.
Il.icon, no dumnnd.
dobbin::, clear rib PI"; clear lOJe; stock,
i-houlders 1 10 cisl;; cloar rib, Sa5 caski;
clear, 43" casks; ham 1,073 tierces.
Lard dull, tierce Bjrjltcj keg IIOJ;
stock, keg l!,03l; tierces 2,1(1.'..
Suuar dull, prime to choice lOjo.
MoUiscs, nothing doing.
Whiskey dull, Louisiana, ble; Cincin
nati SI 03
Cotlon quiet at 'J2(Ti '13Je; 5tock In deal
ers hands, 2,51'tJ tacks.
Corn monl dull.
Cold nominal at 113U31.
Curruncy opened at 8 premium for cer
tified f.hockt with a tendency downward
tlirotighout, closing at I with eomu tales
at les.
Sterling nominal. Money market more
cheerful
II K It M A N SCUM ETZSTO R F F,
(Suecc.-or to M. Tlileleekc.)
Ii-Hlfr In All Klnita
FAMILY GROCERIES
WASHINGTON AVENUK,
IIKTWEICN TENTH AND KI.tVBNTII STKKKTS
Having ptm'haad the grocery establish
ment of II. Tlilclecko. I iihall alwaytkecp
on hand a lull and froth sunnly ol all tho bent
goods In my lino, to bo found In the market,
lty Mrkt attention to butincMi, and lair ileal-
In!?. I bonu not onlv In retain all the cu-tom
tho lilaco has enjoyed In tho pakt, but to add
to tho lUt many new pntront, AnMng a
lair mare or puouo p.nionnge,
Henipctfuliy, Hkuman sciiMKTzsronri
7-ljiJf
LINK
I.irrrt-ol NcK-foik did J' bllnltl pin
3U'amahi Company,
uhnck eonruACi nu c.mtid statu lie shiti
Ki-r L'irrjiti thu Mul
I'UH l'ASSAQE TICKETS
na rearm I outio
VPPLY TO JOHN O. DA Lit, Am
M Hrut'lviAi Sew-torfc, or Io
K. tl Ii t .
HUM IS, BHOWN & CO.,
RAG MANUFACTURERS
AtiKNTii Uomk Cotton Mills
NO. -0 Olilo Levee, Cairo. III.
t-;:-2m.
PHIL. HOWAKI).
S TEAM BOAT BUTCHER
i-ITY NATIONAL II AN K MU1KII!.S-(I.
laTI"elil nttentlo'i paid to ordcib trom
tM amnouic, nigui or uiy.
IT IS 2STOT TRUE
Til tT
DR. I1ULTZ
IS D15AI).
III'. If Ml II, I.IVG AXI IN I'AIItO
Hit olllcc nnd ill.'pcnsary at
.0. 22 EIOUTII STREET,
llet. Cofiierelal anil Wnslilngtou avciuiCb.
It U HUP, thu t'oetor 1h ou-3 of (he oldcM
piiytlcian-t of tho pluce, and bin diploma,
that hangs III bin olllee. rhows that he Inm
been 3i yeaf.t In the prnfcM-lon. Ho U doing
a lartrer olllee pi'actlcu than any oilier jibv
hicl.in, treating all kluilitol chronic tllneasc-n
of the human nyMciii, iuh as old ulrr-r, and
all dlnai-cs of tuo skin, humora nnd hlnoil
poltoiisj also disease of thu throat; aho
all illserises ol Iho eye. of yours standing;
abo artilicial eyes in-crlctl ; titula cured
without the u n nf a millo j cainjerH eurnil
by tlio uiplleation of medicines; pimplca on
tlio face icmnved: all miliary ilieases
cured ; all form of venereal and private
dleneseiired In the shortcut time ; semlal
weaklier mid stli-ab'.ue cured In a thort
time.
It Is !rlf.n blent that a physician trr-Ming
cakes lor lvuiily-twu yeiint lu-quircs groat
skill.
All constitutions coiilidciitli-.il, in person
or by letle.-i.
All medlcliicK furnished at office In all
Va. s, lti.'j.l tl. Dn. David Hui.tz.
THf PARKER GUH.
SCND STAMP FCfl CIBCUtAR.
PARKER BBOX
IRNVRAH
V. II, Morris,
HnUrj I'uI.Iiu.
II. II. I ..inlet
No. l'nti, and th M. lem
X XT SJC7 2& IE.
KIKE, HULL, CAKUO, LIVE STOCK
AOOIDKNT, LIFE,
i or a Tj- ie .a. c as.
.KINA, HAtW-Ulll.
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NORTH AMKU1CA, PA.,
An-nm t;',7fJ,CH
IIAIITI'OIUJ, CONN.,
t-.f In 2,M 7
I'UIKM.T, ltlKTFi(ll,
tkeel IIJPl.HS i
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tldOl 11,1 ',89
PlrT.tAH, HA ItTVOKU,
ifffl KI,liS7
OLKVIiLANIt, CLKVKLAND,
Kt'fU IS167J
IIOMK,OOLt!MlU'S,
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AMKIIKJNCKNIHAI.. Mil,,
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(WNHKCTiCUT MUTUAL. 1.1 KK.
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TIIAVEI.KIW, llAUTFOUH, I.IKK AND
ACOtDK.ST,
t!,V-i,lvi
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CO., HAItTMlHD,
A-it-t' Mi,io f.
INUKI'JtNlirNr, UUtTON,
tlx. iiw.sr.aoc
sfAFKOKD, MOuTtlSi CANDEE,
71 Otilii I.tvf,
Fi KK AiSD MARLINE
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or.i-ATiiKi.
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OKUUAMA, N. V.,
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liciriiin-in ti t t.'i ot-r rlteri' Aiii-nu;.
YOUKKU", K. Y.,
A-.fU , lr,l
ALU AMY 0ITT,
IrrrU t'S.tva
rntp:ui:ri't rUNi, c. r.,
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mounrrv, n. y. MAniNn,
iwvt i.isj.mk
Hlnrri-, lfllln'i, ti.rr.lterf, Itu'.lt acil Cm
o, lnuret ut riti ii fvntfM a louud, por
mnixrnt fpcnrltT mil wxrrrnt.
I r-";'i-otfillly auk of the cltUrcunl Ci.
ihiriorthir DHtronHge.
i. v. ih:ijiik.h.
TEUTONIA L 1 1? E INdUltAN'CK
ao3vr:3?A.jTv.
OK CHICAGO. ILLINOLS.
OKN1JI..OKKI(riC, 17 WAHllINOTON.Sr. .
A.GTIVA, $650,000.
This Herman 1.11c Insurance. Compaii)
guarantee- not only Paid-up lollclc-i but
aln a Value iu Cash on the Non-forfeiture
plan
JOHN A. HUCK, - - - Pre.ident
0. KNOUKLSDOHK, - . . Hecrotary
.IOUN V. PItUKsS,
Ai;cut lor Cairo and lclnlty.
lUSJhCKICHUNl).
SKCTIbN NO. -17.
Association for promoting Life In?uranrc
and Sick ltellef by weekly duei. and muiua'
co-operation In objects of public benefit.
The Life Insurance Policies will bo Issjiet)
by thu Tctitouta Life Insurance Coinpanv,
II. ME YE US, Profldcnl
JOHN W. PP.UE93, Ao'r.
ttr I'nlni imil Vli-lnlfv
HALOONN.
TH. E
LITTLE KBNTUCKIAN
S A L O O jN
AND
(Ojieu Day and Nifjht.)
J. E. PARKS, Ptoprictur,
Ohio l.evoc, bet, 4th and Utli street-,
CAIIiO, ILLS.
MEALS AT ALL IIOL'IW.
A Hue now Dining Hall with every con
venience has becu added to this popului
Itcstauraut, and the (,'uent will liu-J cnci j
-eipilsite lor thelracconiodatiou.
THE KILL OF KAP.E
:onlts ot every .stlb.itantl.-il anil delicacy oj
.be wca'.oii.
THBBAB
is tuppllcd with the
:H01CEST LIQUUHS.WINES &CI0ARS
UjT.MIxed drinks proparod with caro.
1 1-1(1 li.
fiitM!i:niA.
AVIIITE & CO.,
(.Successors to L. Jorscmcn,)
iu:ai.i:iis in
Stapli: and Fancy G hoceimi-b
-AND-
duy goods,
hats, caps,
hoots, shoes, a-c.
And in Country Produce of all kind.
tVAMii.iiN xvr.y vr.
Comer of Twentieth fctrect,
OA 1110. ILLINOIS.
supply of cholco butter fiomnorlh
tirinlalrbs constantly on hand.
ENTELIPRISE SAVINGS
H A .JT 'K .
II i ii-iik-1 l t kri-.ti it, is.l'i.
IU'ML'1. op
U1TY NATIONAL 1IANH, CAiHO
OI'VICKUH ;
A. It. HAKFOUD, President;
S. ri. TAYLOIt, Vlco-Pronldentt
11. mWLOP, riecnitary and Tn
Truatiurei
piuteigua i
V . H.aciAi, Oui, 0u.iii,
r H.rtTllf.rHJM. I'Al-t O. Bcui-M,
1. II. Uiihstaoiuii, u. p. Haiui-aV,
J. M. fiiiLiirt.
IietMi.iu nu Amount Uix elviHlf loin
Tim Oeata Vpwiirtl.
J.Xt'l;itKKT pawt od deeimlts at tbe rato ol tit
IKrernt. per annum, March lit and Hptai.
tier Itn, iDtsrPBt Dot wltrtdraan U tj(ld liama.
itutolj to the principal of tha deposit, tberttt
Kirinit ihnn oomi-oimJ iatereat.
UAItltlXD TfOMlH AND OUILDKXN MAT
nefOBIT UONIT
i THAT RO OKI BLtl flAH &aAW IT.
Uya nyirj tunloam daj from a.m. to a n-ro,,
1873 AUTUMN" 1873,
STUART & GHOLSON
Arc now showing one of the most aftractivo stock of Now
I'ill J)ry (jloods ovor shown in this city, which they of lor at
BOTTOM WtlOKS FOR CASH ONLY
DBBSS GOODS Ji- SEJCIA-HiTlT.
Our now dross goods comprise all tho elegant, new fabrics
ami novel shading which tiro now so much in favor.
We tiro warranted in saying that nowhere in flie city will
be a better selection, and our prices will be as heretore the verv
lowest in thiscitv. )-20-2w. "
133 133
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
LARGE STOCK OF
Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths
Upholstery Goods, Window Shades, Daiiuisk, Cornishes
Wlhi- lie imlillc to he tnlorincil th-it he hnson litnd :i rtncknt (roodi at extcnlvr ?
uny In the Snullii.-iikt, nnd Unit he ii dt-ti-nnliii-1 in hell ewrv article at prlcci lower tlun the
lutveat. Call on li 1 1 it and uxainlne kooiU mid lirli-i--. lie fll Mtlfly ou hoth to nu llty
Ullll'(l.t.
DISINFECTANTS :
C 0 1 J K K A S
IWtO
OA 111? 0 L A K 0 F L I M K ,
V l R INI A . G A N A T K 0 P V 0 T AS H,
CAR 13 0 LIC A C I D P 0 W DEK,
OH LO 11 TDK OF LIME,
P 0 W 1) E It E h CHARCOAL.
FOX? 3AL3 .A.T LqjW PP.ICE3
AT
BARCLAY- BKOTHES,
DRUGGISTS,
CO UN Kit WASHINGTON AVKNl'K AND KI01ITII STHKET,
ANII
$30,000
WORTH OF GOODS
AT GOST.
Tho undersigned will continue selling tho re
mainder of Ills Large Stock of
AT ACTUAL COST.
.Ah..1 ''utt'fil''''l to olou out my premnt himlneH ainnn ar poMille.
N. H.TO AYOlIi AI.Ij JIIsTAKKS IIKUK.VFTKH, THIS STOCK
WlhL 11 K SUM) STRICTLY FOK OASir.
NOTICE
HAS RKOPKXED HIS
y liIIII!IVf
Will Icccp open d;y and night, ready to servo moals
at nil hours, and lias a privnto ontranco lor
ladies and gontlomon, without be
ing disturbed by anybody,
and is prepared to accommodate tho
traveling public. Ho has fitted up 8 now
rooms ovor tho book store, and is ready to keop
MO CJILOUAhUM
WALKSSR.
Tliirtv FamiliM.
4
Mid
FUBNIBH ADSTHAOTS

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