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CAIRO 11 As.
l.VUhml Advunct'tnenln made un Courln
cirut ot Tuhkcr.e. l'lour. and Grain.
MTAci nt lor Ornr, Bcott & '. tbrolilnn mn
rhinc, liortl)le taw mill and tlire.huig viiuIiiuk.
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rpiIJt CITY NATIONAL BANK",
. W. I'. IIALLIDAY. Prenldcut.
' II. I. IIALLIDAY, Vlr.tt-i'rc-Hldulit.
WALTKK UVSI.OI', Caviller.
. BTAATH TAVUR, W. t. H A I.LI DA V,
UlNlir HAl.UUKT, M. U. VUNMNUUAM,
. U. WILUAMKOK, MTKI'UBM HIUI1,
H. H. I'ANllll.
Kxclimi(fe, Coin and United States ltoiuln
DOUOIIT AND SOLD.
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J, C. FORD,
t im mi Hiil Avuntiu Ciiim t MntU street.
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TltW DAILY , CAIRO?'" BULLETIN: SATURDAY M01IMJSU, SKETKMBKR
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
ENTERED AT TlU POST 'oPFICE IN CAIRO, IL
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OFFICIAL PAPKHOP ALEXANDER COUNTY-
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I.Y ANT) AROrXPTHK CITY.
Mr. A. H. Imn is M wr.t ufain An J
lion. T. E. Aliiriplit rrirr.i m the city,
yiNN'wlny fcftorn.vin, nn.l left y the tnin
Tli'ftd t)ip nnti.- ff Henry Schick's pri
vate fnld. Ho purjwMs selling fut and re
wovint; from thr city .
Tt Hamilton Iwiilding is opcupiod ly
pentlomrn from St. Iaw who ik-i'in tn W
lrking tjuilt n lively Imsints;..
Iinl Mulkoy lisivinc ronc.'ii'loj his
Inhor at Mttunt Vernon, lor the timo. Jeft
Hiere'Iasi Tue-lay Tor Ottawa, Illinois,
Ir. M. Kohlur purcltnscl ilu- Sr)iick
.roperty. on Conniiercisl, Jnrecn Eitrlitli
and Xinth. yisTcrdny, jutyiru; very fair
Mr. Moure P. Wt'n I.ns Vwn in
stalled ussistiitt jkilcr. Hi' is a tmst
Vorthr young nmn, aru? well f.v.o in every
wur far Hit jtj:jia.
Ye wrry to Vara that Mr. Sam
Fi Jier i so rery 1 w thst his diswiutioa
tasr Tikf i!av t anv j';:ne. He has suf-
fml long and patiently.
Mr. John W. C. Fry has accepted a po
iition as salesman in & dry jtkxIs cstahlish
ment at Hot Springs, Arkansas and left
for that place yesterday afternoon.
Mr. L. F. Crain.hfc Miss Ella Cheek,
of Villa Ridge, v9 married at Ullin, thu
other day, to a gentleman of that place
connected with the saw mill'iuff interest.
The funeral,- yesterday, over the re
mains of Miss Bridget Healy were largely
attended; and quite a larye number of
friends followed the body to the grave.
The Bum.wi.v ollice is printing the
bills for the Theatre Comique, for next
week. There is nn entire change of pro
gramme and several new attractions. They
give a good Rhovt every night.
Ten days, and Glass1 earthly pilgrimage
i. at an end. He continues to contemplate
the narrowing down of his time with but
ittle concern. He is no longer Imrrassed
by fears; but declares himself ready at any
What has become of the eminent crim
inal lawyer, Justus Cunningham? The
Cairo bar is far from complete when he is
away. Reports to the etl'ect that Circuit
Court will not convene unless lie returns,
should not be credited.
The brick masons hnve turned the
Rose Saup business block over to the hands
of the carpenters who will proceed with till
due diligence to complete thu carpenter
work and turn the building over to its
owners, completed. . It will greatly improve
the appearance nf that 'face of the block.
The Carbondale Free l'rcss states that
the late shooting tournament at l)u Quoin
was a swindle. Besides being compelled
(o pa) an entrance fee, the marksmen were
charged two dollars and forty cents per
dozen for the pig eons. The bird-seller was
the only one who made any money out of
the a Hair.
The fact that New Orleans has been
decided tin "infected port," adds nothing
to the terrors or dangers of the situation.
On the contrary, since the declaration has
been followed by an order to closely in
spect all out-going vessels, there exists less
occasion for quarantining against the place
than existed pioiously.
W. C, writing from Commerce, sub
mits this qiiery.fi "Can you tell us the best
mile ever made, by nn American hoisc i"
We can that very thing. In horse ology
we are "up." The best rccorde l time is
conceded to Ten Brock, the Kentucky horso
owned by Harper. He made one mile In
one minute, nineteen and three-nunrter
As the C. & V road will yive excur
sion rates to Carml, during the progress of
the White county i'nir, and ns the thousand
dollars in prizes tor fast horses will bi nt"
about several very t xciting races, a number
of Cairo puople have expressed a purpose
to go up. Tho managers expect to have
the best attended nnd most interesting ex
hibition of fast nnd line stock ever held in
Southern Illinois. '
A gentleiniui who was abroad before
daylight, yesterday morning, says that the
temperature was so low. that ho seriously
Iclt tho want ol nn overcoat. He further
remarked that if any person is desirous of
sampling all tho varied smells of the city,
that person can gratify the desire by going
abroad lit day-break in the midst of a fog
like that that hung over the city yesterday
morning. His philosophy Is not 'equal to
an explanation of the mutter, hut he de
clares that the fog seems to give activity to
a thousand smells that lie dormant during
all the livttri of daylight.
R. D. Lawrence, the- Twmocratic mem
ber of tho board of Commissioners of the
Chester penitentiary placed Ills resignation
In the hands .of Governor Cullotn on the
10th day of August, and urged tts accept
ance on the 1st September, as his private
buslncsn required attention that could not
be postpouod. Ou tho 1st instant tho Gov
ernor accepted the resignation, and filled
the vacancy by tho appointment of Gen. Jag.
8. Martin, of Salem. Marion county, a very
nmlablo and respectable gentleman ; ct a
Tho boards that close up the front of
the passage between the Alexander Couuty
Bank building and Tabcr's jewelry estab
lishment were removed, yesterit, and a
nun was sent inside to remove the rubbish.
A gentleman who bad nothing clso to do,
Vept a reckoning, and at the end of three
hours found that throb hundred ittd eighty
persons bad Mopped, peered into the pas
sage, and qucrried : "What are you" doing
there r And it was noltody's business but
bis own what he was doing there. In
imsivircncs is not ivculiarly a femino
A cjiioruM of tax-payers failed to get
together, last night, and for that reason no
meeting was held. This is precisely as it
ought not to be. The association has other
objects titan the mere ro4ncp of the
road tax. once a yew; ind as the sugges
tions und propositions of members are al
ways politely entertained and disxussed,
there is a usual thing, no lack of busi
Ciss to transact although none may Iw
matured in advance. The excuse usually
rendered for non-attendance thai "there is
cathing iaijuTtant on docket" is not there
fore, a valid one.
The returui from the CaitVmia election,
still incomplete, confirm ourmjectures of
yesterday that, by the aid ol Democratic
votes Kearneyism has lven squelched, and
the Republican state ticket elected. Kal
loch. the workingmen's candidate, has prob
ably been elected mayor of pan Francisco.
The congressional contents are cloe. The
probabilities are that the Democrats will
lose a congressman that th? new delega
tion will stand Republicans 3, Democrats 1.
This information (it may be well enough to
add) is from Republican sources. Positive
returns will not be received before Monflay.
A colored hack drirer stopped his
hack in front of a business house, yester
day; and stepping indoor without fastening
his horse, the animal availed itself of the
opportunity to take a short striV.l on his
own account. It did so, nnd policeman
Dunckcr happening to espy the unmanned
rig, took the colored driver under arrest,
when he made his appearance, and escorted
him to the oiliee of Squire Comings, where
he was lined $3.50. ltvould be well for
hack drivers to keep this case in mind.
They must not leave their teams unhitched
a moment, unless they are directly at hund
to prevent mishaps.
Archery practice and contests are not
only popular, but skill in the use of the
bow ja) taking rank with the accomplish
ments. This being true, it is somewhat as
tonishing that Cairo ' young and middle
aged people, arc not more generally given
to a practice of it. Wc have excellent ma
terial for u halt dozen good clubs, and if
greater interest were manifested we would
not only soon have the clubs, but monthly
or quarterly tournaments would follow, and
draw to our city, in friendly competition,
all the clubs of the surrounding country.
Parties contemplating the formation of
new clubs will tlnd the practical bints we
publish elsewhere, of great value to them.
A garrulous individual who has ac
quired the naek of convincing everybody
who will give him two minutes' attention
that the fut.ure happiness of mankind will
be measured by the quantity of Keystone
liniment used, arrived in the city yesterday.
His wonderfully "educated wild horse,
Laurel, accompanies him; nnd by rearing
upiiforeand kicking up behind, and in
dulging in the other antics 'marvelously
queer, gathers the crowd about his master;
and then it is the most resolute or absolutely
penniless that leave the ground without a
bottle of liniment. As n collector of crowds
this one horse free circus beats the biggest
brass band in America.
The sales of cattle at the Central Stock
yards of this city, of which Mr. E. 1). Earl
is proprietor, comprise stock of every grade,
ami the prospects arc that'Mr. Earl will, in
due time, build up a market here that will
command the patronage of all tho slock
rnisers of tho mlj'teent country. Tho sales
of yesterday and thu day before, are given
no. ivKiiiirr. imiici;. i'L'itcii,st:it.
T eows -l.ti.-0 13 F.Kline
(I " -U75 t! 20 do
s Me.-rs 5,510 2 00 Koehler
ico :i,00O 2 00 Wheeler
1 bull 880 4'.' 00 Koehler
11 mixed' 8.475 3 00 Thistlewood
3 cows 1,300 3 00 Koehler
3 " 1,275 3 25 Waiter
1 steer 1)25 2 00 Koehler
3 " 2.425 :i 00 Walter
II cows 2,25!) 2 00 do
3 " 1,1)25 2 00 Thistlewood
2 heifers !). 1 75 do
No minstrel troupe, in the rnitod Stale
is more popular with the masses than tho
Great Southern that willgiyo one entertain
mcnt In this city, on Tuesday evening next
It is composed entirety of colored men,
who give, not u delineation of the negro
cunracter, but exhibit the character itsclt
In original packages. The company cnlls
out great throngs wherever it goes, nud let
it return when and as often ns it . may, it
always receives an enthusiastic welcome.
Tho balcony serenade by its, brass band ol
fourteen pieces, is, of itself, worth thoTrlc?
of admission". ; Remember,! th6 troupe' re
mains in Cairo only ono night,' and a
everybody expresses a- purposo to be otj
hand it would bo a scnsiblo thing for
geutlemcn, who propose to take ladies, to
secure seats in advance.
During the pleasant dry weather of the
fall, tho work of filling and ditching the
couuty road henco to the Cacho bridge,
should be commenced and pushed ahead
vigorously. A single thousand dollars,
judiciously expended, would provide a
good road, passable at all seasons, except
during the few weeks of extremely high
water. Iu no other way could an equal
sum of money be more profitably expended.
If the road was placed above-high water
and graveled to the highlands, it would
contribute more to the local business of
Cairo, than any single railroad that runs
into the city. Tho bridge is finished and
paid for, and is thkke for the life-time of a
generation. Let us liend our euergies, now,
to the work of making mads that will en
able the country people to safely nnd con
veniently reach the bridge.
The City Marshal has notified the
owners and agents of the owners of houses
occupied by bawds or lewd women, that
unless their respective premises are prompt
ly emptied of their obnoxious occupants,
they (the said owners) will be subjected to
the penalties prescribed by law. This is
right; and if the notice is given to the own
ers of all the houses thus used to the dens
on Fourth street, that swarms with black
prostitutes of the lowest and most degraded
character.iw well as to the owners of thy
more respectable establishments on Com
mercial avenue if this is done, no law
abiding man will have any occasion to com
plain. The delauched creatures that find
shelter in the huts and hovels fn the lower
part of the c:ty. are a disgrace to the com
munity, and any and every effort to rid the
city of their presence, will command the
hearty approbation of every respectable
man and woman iu Cairo. Let the on
slaught be prosecuted vigorously, unrelent
An up.-town negro woman is now
confined to her bouse by sickness. She is
destitute, nud was in that condition when
she w as taken sick. She was never mar
ried, but is the mother of two children by
a married mar.. One of the children i
living, and kmws what it means to go
hungry and half naked. The dirty dog to
whom the paternity of the children is
chargeable, knows the condition of the
woman and child yet has not aided either
one of them to th extent of a nickel. And
the woman, us big a fool as the man is a
dog, declares that sV.e'll never ask him for
a cent, because Bl.e doesn't want any
man to help support ur.it children!" Ami
following up this determination," "her pride"
as she chooses to call it, is teaching her
what it is to feel tie keenest pangs of hun
ger and want. Iad our grand juries, of
the past half doKii years, . given attention
to anything outside ol acts of violence, both
the man nnd woman would have been
punished, a long time ago, for living in a
statu of open lewdness.
Some of the vegetable gardens on the
outskirts of tie city arc not only of great
extent, but ate supplied with all the im
provements and appliauces necessary to
their successful and economical cultivation.
Mr. A. Deroscher's garden, lor instance, is a
model after which almost any other gar
dener in the country might pattern, with
great advantage. It is supplied with
pumps aud wells luid troughs and conduits
that enable him to defy droughts, and to
supply his growing vegetables with water
whenever they may show the want of it.
Mr. I), has expended a great deal of labor
on his place, and nil the labor was mani
festly shaped by bnins. Mr. Kendall is
also an extensive gardener, and is probably
the most successful grower of cabbages in
the State of Illinois. In the springtime his
cabbage patches arc a wonder to look at.
His season's shipments ol early cabbages,
reach three or four thousand doen he-id
His principal market is Chicago.
The Chester Clarion in referring to Mr.
A. II. Irvin's enforced retiiement from flu
deputy wardenship of the Chester peniten
tiary, pays that gentleman the following
comnliairnt: "Mr. Irvin was abiemberof
tho legislature which created the Southern
Illinois penitentiary, and no member of
that body was more active than he inrll'cct-
ing tho passage of the bill; and after I he
bill had become a luw he did all he could
to secure its location at this city. He tool
official control of affairs at the time when
Jolict hml succeeded in forcing their most
lepraved and dangerous convicts upon tin
commissioners ot the t Hester institution
nnd kept them under complete discipline
with no other prison than a thin brick wall
surrounded by a board fence, without tin
escape of a man. The successful inanngi
monj of the prison ko far, has been dm
more to Ins efficiency man mat ot any otin
one man connected with the institution
Even the stall-fed officials, with all their
partisan malignancy and petty jealousy of
Mr. Irvin's superior qiniliticiilions, will a
mlt that it will be hard to llnd ii man who
in ability to perforin the duties of the posi
(ion, will be the equal of Mr. Irviu. M
Irvin left on the train Monday evening. II
will probably spend some months in tli
west attending to certain business matters,
but will still retain his 'residence at Cain
and we hope to bo able to welcome him
to Chester in lS81,und -r a en,ncri
A LINT OK UTTERS UEMAISISrt IN THKPOHT
' OKKICE AT CAIHO, ILLS,, ON THE 5TII DAT
OK SKPTICMOUR, 1870. ;
ladiks' i. 1st.
Burns, Ilena Mss; Burden, Fannie Mrs.,
Brown, Sally Miss; Clark, Lydia Ann Mrs.;
Davis, Esther Mrs.; Egan, Conner Mrs.;
Hill, Caroline Mrs.; Hill, Herman Mrs.;
Johnson, Mary Mrs.; Keesc, Unis Mrs.;
McKernon, Laura Miss ; Manning, J atie Mrs. ;
Mitherson, Laura Miss; Newsoine EdioMrs.;
Rutlidge, Josie Mixs; Smith, Maggie Miss;
Williams, Rosa Mrs.; Webster Helen Mrs.
llrissenden, N. and W.; Baily, Elder;
Berry, Chas.; Bradley, C. D.; Belaud,
Frank; Bona, Giaconett; Barry, Jno.; Bar
sard, J. O.; Barry, Juo. A.; Baird, Thos,
W.; Berry, Win.; Comnis, C. A.; Comings,
C. A.; Church, Baptist, Sixteenth street;
Dye, Willie; Ellis, Jake; Forthsyth, Jno. E.j
Fitzgerald, B.; Gordon, A. J.; Gray, Rob't;
Green, Elijah; Griflin, Jas.; Hill, Sam,;
Harty, Win.; Hood, Win.; Jeffrey, Chas. A.;
Johnson, Chas,; Jenkins, Wm.; McClayry,
Lucias; Newsoine, Jesse; Smith, Hugh;
Tafr, Chas.; Tomas, Jno.; Vassuer. Z. S.;
Warner, G. Rev.; Wilson, Frank; Willey,
Harris; Wllbourn, Jno.; Whitcomb, Rob't.
E.; Williorn, Matt.; Yates, Spice.
Please say letters are advertised, when
calling for them.
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN' FlliXI
TL'RF. FOR SALE.
All my household nnd kitchen furniture,
consisting of bureau, bedsteads, chairs,
cooking and heating stoves, table ware, etc.,
will be sold at private sale at a great bar
gain. Call soon nnd get your pick, as I am
determined to close out as soon as possible.
Com'l ave. bet. Eighth and Ninth.
September ftth, 1870.
The fashionable lxiot and shoe' maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to his old pa
trons and to the public generally, that he
can still bo found at his shop in the Athe
ueiim building, where he is prepared to
make to order, boots or shoes of the latest
style from the best material fin J of the
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
ut A No. 1 stock, nil of his work will be
warranted as represented, or no sale.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
Yeu Miss it if you buy clothing and
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, fil Ohio Levee
Tf.s Ckxts Wokth. It you want a neat
smooth shave fur ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cnts, or anything else in
the totiscrial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's. No. 112 Commer
A. M.i:x, now iu New York, will pur
chase the finest stock of men's, lioys' and
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
A.vn Bki.i.im I'iucks At the .barber
shop of J. Geo. Steinhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat-
sfaeiory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 25 cents; Shampooing,
cents. Giv" him a call.
We have the sole right to manufacture,
sell or put up letter or note heads under
Hodden patent. Any infringement on our
right will be prosecuted.
TlIK C.MItO Bll.l.KflN.
It will pay you tn await the opening of
an etitite near stocK. consisting 0! mens
lojs' and children's clothing, furiiifhiitg
;oods :tnd the . I, B. Stetson hats, ele. A
M.'.rx. the successful clothier, (il Ohio
A Skaiic ii Warrant allows an officer to
fli rough your house from cellar to gar
ret, and LimNcy's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from tor
to toes and drive out all blood ilisi uses. It
cures arc wonderful and certified to by dm'
tors, preachers nnd people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
&c, we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists See that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper.
R, E. Sri'.lf.rs iv. Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Save your children. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vormifugti
has no equal in this or any other country.
One. teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbery's, expelled 2!M worms in four
hours after taking the medicine, Bcnj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Win.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by till drug
gists. Price 25 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa, Send for cir
culu. Barclay Bros,, Agents
The truth is mighty and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
are living witnesses (o the truth of our
sfitomeiit, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billions
ajiess headache arising therefrom, costive
iicsm, constipation, dizziness nnd nil dlsor
dcrs result lug fiom it diseased liver. For
sale by all diuggists. Price 25 rents. K.
E. Si llers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
. lt. Bsnehiy Brc., agents. ,
A Card To all who aro sulferiutr from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a receipt that will
cure you, fhek ok ciiauok. , This groan.
nuuuiy wua uiscuvereei oy a missionary it
South America. Send a self-addressed en
velope to the Hev.Josepii T. Inman, Bta.
tion D. New York City.
A New Method ik Medic-ink. Bv thin
new method every sick person enn tret u
iwuMigt; m mu uiy vegeinuie compound.
Kidney-Wort, and prepare for themselves
six quarts of niedicino. It it a specific euro
for Kidney Diseases, Liver Complaint, Con
stipation nud Piles, and a grand tonic for
AM. ADVERTISEMENTS In thin column, ef
t'.VO lllll-H t-BCh or lees W ill hn Dnlillah.M f,,..ir.
lent t-ierv Inn rtlon; :l month ultheut rbatiin
&1.U) iu-rinuiith. Eacli addlllonnl lino, 5 cunt!
Hltiintuuia wanted fn-u.
Di-linonlro Hotol, Cairo, Illinois. l.Uu.mi i',.-.,,.
to a Coed tenntit. Aepl)' to
UliEEN ii GILBERT,
Att'), U!ro, Ilia.
To lite Ill1ii-rnl:iti Kin- Conin-inv v 1. a
ck-cilouwlll be held .-l.t.-u.b. r Hth. Kit
A.M)V SULLIVAN, bec'y
Foil HAt.K Nciiarutulr or lnm.iii.ir ,., , ....... .
barn, a i ii.-w biurey i-m-hlon and a bile!!)- whlij
Apply HI Ilulletlii nlnderv. J,, w hlvy . '
IlKAIKJUAKTEIIS EOK FINE A It('HE''Y GOODS
f- VV II L' V h I.' tl 1 .vr v..
. '!''" 1 1 iiritip. r-llODIln' l.liii'.. ...
IwoMory brick bona-. 1 It-lit room, nn v;.,n.
cireel, oiiikii.ii Dr. DuunliiL' i. Atii.ii
til Ohio Li.-c " '
ON hi NIG I IT ON LY!
Tuesday, September 0, 1871).
BRASS HAND AND ORCHESTRA
The Only Genuine Southern Colored
Tin- Very Acmsof Nejro Errettlrli tn.!
I'lii" Tor.moHt Hound of ICtji.i,i;tU
HTDON'T FAIL TO SEE THEMJ
Popular .rli-. Iti-wrrcd .eat. at Hartmau't
tore. For li-irtii illar . .mull hill.
J. B. IJHITTUN. JAMES MrAVI
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY;
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
Mutual Aid Society
Orgaulnl July' llllt, 1K7T, Under the Laof
tlic Shit of Illinois, ('uprrlgutrd July
W, HIT", under Aetof Consrcm.
WILLIAM KTItATTON. I'iiksioks.
Mux. I". A. TAYLOR. Vii-i-I'iiemnt.
J. A. GOLDST1NE, Tp.acm
Da. J.J GORDON, Meo. Anvtt.,1-.
TlloMAS LEWIS. i, rktarv.
UOARD OP MANAGERS :
J.J. GORDON. I'byslclnti.
A. TAYLOR, snperlntenileul of
Si bo il-, Ali-taliili i-l ouuty " '
J. A. GOLHST1NK, of liold-tlm- & Ho-
m-nu nti-t'. Wholi-nle aud Retail Di aler
In Staple and Kstirv Ilrv Good. "
N. II. THISTLEWOOD. ol !lluki &
Thltli'wood. i oiiuniM-loti MurvhaDta,
I'ouon una Tobaeio Km-torn "
S. I). A Y E liN. of Aver Jc I ,, l omrnla-
plotl Mrrrbaiitu " "
TlloMAS LEWIS, IiiMiruncv Manager
and Attorney ot Law " "
WM. STRATToN. ,f Slnitloti ii lllrd.
Wbuliciue (.roi-cn- " "
GEO. M. ALDEN. l'oiiiiiiii.lon Mc-r
i luilit, TS Ohio Levee "
JAS. S. RKARDEN. Auenl MlimlKalppI
Valley TniimporlHtloii I oiupnny " "
CHAS.'R. STUART. W IioIi-miIu mid Ho
lull Drv GooiIh mill Notlonn - "
EDWARD A. Ill liKR. Maiiitractiirltis
.li-ttilir nnd Wlieli-Lle denier Iu
V('limnker' Tool" iii.il llatrrlnls.... " "
CHARLES LANCASTER. Lamahier A
Rice, t.iiinbi -rdealem " ,,
C o. 1'ATIKI!. '. V. i'ntier A Co.,
Wiol.'-.iile anil R.-lnll .Merilnintu "
Rr.v. II. Y. GEORGE, I'liMor I'ti-Hliyle-
i.uii rlmreli '-
.1 . t . Will IE. I n el i rim re Aeciil
G. W. Mi KM A Mi. I'oMiiwi.t.-r -
s. I'. Wll E ELE It. AUoiney nnd Conn-
n-Inr nl law " "
Mn. LoUIsA l-'MIII.U K -
im All IIAYTIIORN. lineule mnl
R.-tiill limit. Shoe" mil l)iyl.o.nl....
A. . 1. 10 llll. Mt-rchiinl uiiit'sii-nnilioul
l'liiplielol- " '
WILLIAM Kt.niE.Genernl Mm-b'dla ,
I1. (.. S III II. Wbolexiile and Rvlnil
Druff-.'lln " '
J, T. KENNIK. I'liuinlrv and Miii-IiIii'kI. '
Al.HEHT LEWIS "
Mud. I.. A. HOWARD, Honilitii llonut- "
W. F. I'l I'l'IIER. liiNiiriini'ii A'."'iit.....
A. II.M.LEY, Denier In Slnvei., Tin and
HarilHiin- " "
II, W. GREEN. Gn-ett, Wood & Dennett "
II. K-I'O'ITKR. Eilllor mnl 1'iibll-bur
Ar-4il''Ioiii iinl Mound City, 111,
Mrs. S. A. AVERS Villa llliltfu, "
A.J. FRENCH. Farmer Illril I'olnl, Mo.
A flood. Plan!
Anvliodv I'.ni leai-n Ininnlie tuiiney rntildly oiral
liili In sioekK. bv llm "Two UiKirrlns lct 1 for Sue
cea." In U'r. I.nwreneo A Co.'a new i-lri-uliir.
Tlir roinliliiiilloii tnetlind. whli b llila llrra bun made
so siiceesi-l'iil, ennlilea peoliwllli laro or atiinll
ineiinalii reuimll I lie lielieuiM oi inrm-m viipitni nun
In'! klll, TlioitKiinilaof orders, In Iviirloua mm.,
lire pooled Into otin vied nniniliil liud en opei-nled u
it liiljiblv w linle, lima H'Ciil lnit tn elicit ihiireboUle
Hit llii-'ndviinliiuea of (be liit;t iniernlor. Im-itteli-e
iiilltH are divided tnonllily. Any ninniiiil,
I'nnii 1tiln i,'.,WK,nr niore. run hfl iikimI tn-reaafiilly.
N . V . Iltlltt 1 t Woekly. Septenilii'f ISIS, any:
"llvtbe rontblniitloii ayslein Jin would initku isiTi,
or finer rent.; (P m.v miir 7 per i-enl.t flea
iiifil!'ai.t, or I" l'f cent, on llm Hock, dinitw
llieiiioiilli.itceiitillnilii II"' miitket." Frnnk l.e
lie's lllllcli'iili'd Newspnpel'. Jiinc mm. "The com
blunllotl llietliod or opl'Mlllii' Mock la the ni(l
aticei'nil nvir ailntiled." New York Independent,
September ''Tlmromhlnntloii ayalem la found
eil upon rorrei'l Imalneaa prlncliilea, nnd no peron
need bu ullbout nn Itirontu wbllu It I kept workittK
bv M'"sra. Ltireni-i Co," lltoklvli Jonriiiil.
AVi'H""1 "Gar editor iiiiiiIu a net proilt of lliil.ii.'i
ftom f I" "i"' of Wi'ra. Liiwrenee Co.'a cone
New rlmilni' (iiiiilled IVee) explnlna
u. Htoeka tun bnnil untiled. (overu
mcnt bond autiplleil, Lnwri-nco 4 Co., Daukrra,
nnirua titin linnil
llPlilleil. I ,ntA n-ii)
tr Kxi'lmiiK" l'liuu, New Vork.
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