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JOHjV H. OBERLY & CO.,
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
MOOl Strnrmotit i ... t. .
TmlSifUi-91610' $16,055.740 00
AOTAL INCOME TO SAME UaTE ! '17 I 7MH fin
Net Ikcreahb or Rises in Force. 1870 m nniiiiin Z
aw unni Net larrenae (luring- tlieyrnr ISVO uTmiy -iiinny In I lie WotM
OB0M IXCRIAIIE OK RlK IV Force, 1870, .... 3O.327.730 CO
Only two Cornpaniea In the werld rival thli giosa iricrrato Uurlrg 1C0
Th oatr rAMMn. .M.I. i . , - -1 - i i . ... , . . . .. .... -
, ... r.wrvi.ivu ... I.,
Q-!B3N"EEAIj OFFICE, ST. LOUIS, MO.
JAMES II. MUTTON, Pu-sidont.
iimrt w. Houoh, Vice President.
Wu. Iianlet, Socrotary.
C. J-. is u UN km, Attorney.
HON. WM. Uaknes, Consalting Counted and Actuary,
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS I) F. P A It T M K NT.
K. P. BuRl.I.oiUH, Manager.
CAIEO BHJtTCiaC 0BO3S,2D.
M souoviag DioiN gentlemen MMvr ontrrilo,' In.uisnce nu.li, Id Hi- Life As.otlation
, W. Baeclat.
J. M. Phillips,
O. Haxn t,
K. S. Buiouam,
Paul G. Schuh.
it w, xtr ....
r Rls ud Plaa before
OLOSHSTC3- OUT .A.T COST !
Th puUle ar here by notified that the large and' magnificent aU ok ol
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
Uilonging to the estaleof the late
WILL BE SOLD AT COST
THE OLD STAND, CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE
C-A-IIRO. - - -
HKUlUiri ol la Enterprise baring.
I Cairo are barabr ooiined that ao elretion
(Moaaaabar tlh. tot Ua alactlon ofacTtn it
naia mum t. it naiioaai nana on Mon-
trout opaa ironi lan 10 iwriro o cieca
. - - .j .
a d oua. bu. ror ba.j in i u iik caumr
ortbebaild DBor aald bride, and truaran-
kj InUki eountjri the balance caah In
contractor will be required to complete
to tna aatlarartlon of the Count? Court, of
on completion of the work.
. inb,18TI, County Cleric Alexander Co.
! ta hereby given that, whereat, William
number twnty-fle (36), in the cTty-TJl
county of Alexander and atate ol Illinois,
t.V .L.....h.t,Uf ..i.l 1 .nnniiiH
1 .. i . . . . . r 1U.I ual.K .11
r wiui iu.m,iivi.ui ph.i. .'. u..t..wn
wM.rtnf . ..rt.in nrnml.tir nntA li.ar.
ru umu iubiciiiiikiicu uj snni 11 iiiiniti
. mi i.iu ii .1 .11 1 1 nn iu.k iui .iiu bum. i' i
ar alter the dale thereof. And. wherean.
t ha been mado in the payment ot a part
I Alt, to aeeure the payment whereof aald
in Irebb. atlorneT for .aid Hirah C. K0I102K.
aulhorltr contained In ialil mortitaite. on
a, an IBU hit Olb.DUmMr.A.ll 1871.
ar D.m.' oxaaia aar. ai ine nremiaea. nro
to MNlfrTB kinoanl dua on aald note.
II. Watios Win,
uuiiMiaiMVa v.iiAn w..J...
a. IUa.'lUAjl. 1171.
R. 8. BEIOHAM. M. D,
Ha. IN Commercial ayenue. Office
I to 10 a.m., ana 1 to a p m. neiuienrr,
, Miatb etreei. uairo iiunoia.
A. WADGYMAE, M. D.,
IIIlN.DUmOl WMACQOUIIfur. IWflllClaJ
ai- iaa. in rtfaiPA. iimcn uomnietrciAi
U DMTVfll &IUUII1 MIU aiat
ax . a. a W hi TAJiakila alMAIa A. mmt
r . mar iv
VILLI AM 1. BMlXtl. HI. V.
m Weahington arenue and Walnut atrctl.
.iha.mm.mIi! mmu.. iin.atalra.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
lIDEXCK-eornartllnth And Walnut at.,
Va eornar Sixth itroet and Ohio leree,
rboun rron a-m. to 11 m., and 9 p.m
JAMES' KYN ASTON,
m mm BMlr ! 11 Hladi Vttmh
KmitiutIi am Poena Biairr.
,8 mcV lUujthUri only the rery boat ctti,
'.. MhMn .ml 1b nrenared to fill anv
m fn. ma.Ii from Mio nound to ten
,j bia certain cnattajanynafonyeT to
fc; Kelleirg, the IwoTeCMnot to bealare
,w 1auKAt;K UORPOHATION OF TIIK tiMK AUK IS
TO A MHO K I! 110 FITS.
i irmiuiin ur iu- insurance i uriu.
Felix Coste, Sunt. Missouri Dcr.
joUil y 1'kitciiahi.. TrtmiiM
K. I.. Lkuoink. M. D.. Mod.Oilkor.
John II. Ojieult,
T. J. Kektii,
W. S. Er.ov.
you Ineure In nn- oilier Company.
Jf UN. M'OTT WHITE.
ORDINANCE NO. 121.
An Ordinanet to prtttnt (Ac running at
large of (comi and) goaU, and for othtr
TiE it ordained by the City Couoeil of the Cut
Utcnox 1. That ituhallnotba lawful lor any
iroat lo run at larae, within the limit of the tnid
City of Cairo: andanr rwraon beinu ihrnwfi.rnf
City of Cairo i an
any goat, or haflni? charge or control of theaatne.
a. ageni or oinerwi.e, who fcliall permit uch Eoat
lorun ai large, in aar atreet, arenur, or public
ground ol .aid city, -hull forfeit and par to said
city a .urn not lean than fire dollar, nor mora
than twenty ire dellar, for eacn and ewr
Stc. 1. All the proililont of an ordinance, en
titled "An Ordinance to restrain hog frem run.
nlngal large within tht limits of Ui. City," and
numbered 113, be and the tame are hereby re
enacted ami made a partol this ordinance.
Hie. 3. Ii .hull not be ltwfal for any cow, goat,
horse, mule, ox, bull, sheep, or wlne, to wunr n
bell within the limit or aald city; and any person
being the ow ner of any or said animals, or baring
charge of the aame a. agent or otherwise, who
ahnll permit them or any of them, to wear a bell
within the limits of said city, shall forfeit and
nay to aald city a sum not less than fire dollars,
nor more than twenty. fire dollars, for each and
every ollcncc; and, in addition, ten dollars for
each and every uay such animal shall continue
to wear StICh hell after the first i.nnvl.tlAn rn.
sucn onence unoor una ordinance. Provided.
nowever, that trio wearing of any bell by nny
horse or mule, when lu harneis and nttiuli.l in
auy rriucie, man noi ixs considered a violation
ui .ins oruinance.
Approved, JOHN M. I.ANSDEN,
' SI.' J. How.tv, City Clerk.
August 13th, U7I.
ORDINANCE NO. 122.
An Ordinance to amend Ordinance A'o. 43,
and for other purposes.
TIE It onialned by the City Counell ot the City
ticcTiox 1. That said Ordinance No. to, be and
the aame Is hereby amended, by adding at the end
ol Hie first section, the word" "or acy tin, Iron
or wooden box, pin, pot, can, bucket, pipe, hoop,
or any de.criptionof earthen, gla.s, crockery, tin
or wooden ware whatsoever; or any old boot,
Blue, hat, rags, or clcthlngj or any treo or bush,
or portion! of Ilia lame; or any old Umber,
ahavings, straw, manure, hay, gross, vegetables,
garbage, rubbish, nrollil, or slops from dwelling
houses j or any oflensive, foul, or nauseous liquid
or aubitanco provided the provisions of this or
dinance shall not apply to any building material',
merchandise, or article, that may be temporarily
deposited on the streets or aveaues, to be uscder
renioied; nor to any vegetables, offal, or garbage,
placed Iti a box or barrel at the aide of the street,
for removal: and provided, also, that if any earth
or aahes are deposited In the streets or avenues,
LPiVi. l1' i P't evenly over the surface ol the
middle orthe tatae.
11 ,h'! no' lawful for any person or
K.'.5f,.0iipefl.I,"an? lopi.orrou'.oft'unatvu or
nauseous liquid or aubatanco to be discharged, or
f.ST.Un Ph!.fi?fcor ou.t 01 ar I'remlses occupied
by him, her or them, Inlo any street or avenue.
0 ? In.J,h'IJ''c,.n. "-emlc.T5 and cvory person
f'i.,.n?12.i??"'l0!'J,0f "" -fcllouah.lt foil.
ftit and pay to tho aald city a sum not less than
fir; dollar., nor more than fifty dollars, rorfeach
and every offence, and ten dollira a day addillona '
for each and oyery day after conviction? tinder
Bsc. 1. 't ahall ba the dnl. nr II.. n
trailer to rroylde tho meana for removing from
..u.vM iu wiu vuv an rrgettttlea
and dry kitchen oftal. of ever. ,in.,.ri,.n.. r .r
Tided the aame Ii placed In boxes orbantla. a d
E laced in corvenlent locations in front or aald
ouaes, before tho time fixed for such roaioval :
MUU ...M. DMVI. t...U,M, M,IM1 .J IIIKHO, JTOm 111
first day ar Decomber to tho first day of March,
oncon week j from the first day of March to tho
nrsiuay oijuuu. anu irum ine nrai uay or oep.
tember to tho first day ol December, twlco in
nrsiuay or June, anu iroin ine nrai day or Bci
tember to tho first day ol December, twlco
each week; nnd from the first day ot Juno to the
first day or September, tlx cluvn in each week;
anu wiai ounce auau ihi given ny iaiu lumping
lerof the time of audi removal, by publication,
id tha newspaper publishing the ordlrnnces of
the dir. anv arrangement mado bv tho Coninlrol.
ler for the purpnso above snecilled, to bo by him
reported to the Citv Council, in Joint session con-
rruvu, iur approtm uv uiuni.
Approved, .I01IN M. LANSDEN. Mayor.
Atlest. M. J. Howicr. Citv Cleric.
Aug, W, 1871,
OOKB, pamphlets, briefs, catalogues, news
papers, tax nais, anu every variety or exten
sive printing contracted for, and promyllyand
speedily executed, in the Bulletin book, lob,
and newspaper binding establishment,
Itrimi lcd ri rliill;ror the Cairo I! ill
let lis. Ten hour In mlvnnre of SI.
SECRET THKATy BETWEEN
PRI'S'SIA AND AUSTRIA.
PRUSSIA PREPARING KOR WAR
DEPUTIES OF THE FRENCH
REVOLUTION IN MEXICO.
JUAREZ'S ELECTION DOUBT.
HEALTH OF GARIHALDI IM-
, J'ROVING. .
AID FOR THE PERSIANS.
, LoNuov, Augurt 01. Tho jourtmli to
dny contain .harp criticlims on tho Navy
Tho town of Dudlev. tho urincinal Iron
nnd steel tnanufucturing place in tho
country, has sent representatives to tho
United Slates to report on tho workings
nnd management of blast-furnaces, etc.
A testinional to John Bright is contem
plated. Subscriptions huvo been opened in
England for the relief of tho pooplo of
Persia. Tho Minister of thut country hus
been chosen chairman of tho committee to
solicit aid for his countrymen.
Telegraphs from Caprcrn that his health
ACfiTTlIA AMI .-RUSSIA.
The conferenco at Gailien confirmed
the agreement between Austrha-aud Prus
sia pn somo Important policy;
Tho details of this agreement wcro ar
ranged in tho nnturn of a treaty, but not
us u formal treaty. Tho functionaries
whose services would havo been ncccssarv
in drawing a formal treaty wcro not pres"
ctit and thus tho secret of' the ciact terms
of tho treaty is better kept.
The statement of tho policy made by
tho Vienna cabinet in December last creat
ed a state of nlisirs between Austria and
Prussia which culled for a moru accurato
definition of their relations than could bo
secured by exchange of diplomatic notes.
The Gasticn conferenco enabled tho two
Chancellor;, by conhdcntial conversation,
to readily understand exactly how tho in
terests of the two powers could bo real
ized to their mutual ndvantago ; how their
goou unucrsianumg might bo utilize! in
dealing together against other powers.
Ihis is regarded as u happy augury for
uiuir joini nciion ror tuturo uimcuilicd.
A leagao between tbeso powers maintain
mg peace, means war against any power
that can be prevailed upon to disturb tho
knowing tho understanding between
Prussia and Austria, is making vast prop
orations for war.
the bt. John's crew.
St. Jou.sb, August 31. The St. Joun'i
crew arrived here lrom llalilax. Their
friends claim that tho abuso of them by
tho Halifax papers is unjust.
Pari, August 31. It is reported that
tho Deputies of tho left of tho Assembly
will resign in a body.
Matamoras, August 2'J. A rovolution
is deemed inevitable Thero is a division
among tho liberals. Tho reactionists uro
taking their seats, and tho leaders aro or
ganizing for tho impending struggle.
DIAZ IK THE FIELD,
Citv oi- Mexico, August 24. Tho
Press announces tho breaking out of rev
olution in Oaxnca against tho statu gov-
uriiiuuiit, mm umi 1J1II7. is ill mo lield with
lOTcrnl hundred men.
In it riot against tho Protestant?, ut
Morlin, sovon persons wero killed,
Copies of tho Agrarian law aro
all ovor tho country, inciting discontent
among tho ignorant.
JUAKK.'S ELECTION DOlfliTi'UL.
Tho oloction of Juarez is more doubtful
Money is frooly otfored by tho oppos1
tion for votce.
Congress will net independent of tho
voico of tho people.
llELIQIOUS REKOItM MEASUIIKS.
Asi-i.NWALi, August U2, via .laimiicn,
Aug. ao. Advices from Chill ttato that
roligious roform measures lutvo been in
troduced In Congress.
Sham, Kincr of Aroncaniti. has fluil in
Caloa intolligenco icport3 that tho
nows of Per 11 Via It indunnnilonnn lina orn.
ntod onthttsiastic oxciteuiont.
iidvlci-s stato that Presidont Miirlno has
beat) captured nnd shot tho revolution-
For Sale Low. sixty JaiL-s of dam.
aged nails, on board sk-umor Kekurt, nt
tho latuling. All sizes.
CHILDREN. MllllV Sloonless lliirlltn fit'
painl'ul watehlngs to tho anxious iiiollior
might be avoided by using this invuluahlo
Beautiful biscuits follow Glllet's bak
ing powder. nB13
ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1871.
WM. II. ALLISON AND THK
DR. NEWMAN AND GEN. HAB
F. WILSON ON GRANT'S
SINKING OF THE BARK MINTA.
ELEVEN LIVES LOST.
CJUEE.V SIC'TOUIA DEJECTED.
New Yohk, Aucust 31. A ctirrcsnoiiri.
J cnl writing from London under dato of
-iiugmi jy, say that tho attack! upon
Queon Vlcorin lately mado in the Time,
in tho housn of Commons and lords, by
tho Lord of Oranamor. hare resulted dis
hsterously to her health. Besides, she has
been considerably distressed at thnlatn oc
currences In Dublin. "When at Perth, on
Hie 17th. ho looked very bad, and was
very indifferent as to tho demonstrations
ef tho populace. '
I Tho steamship Java, which Ufi Liver,
pool on the 10th of August, ran irito tho
Norwegian bark, Mlnta, on tho night of
Iho 231 of August, and sent her down
with olevon lives on board.
Tho Minta was going from Portsmouth
to Quebec. SIio had on board twelve
Lands, of whom but one was saved by
vut uui. uy mo oava. Ano Java
Mm. V.tl .1! ! t 1 .
no oiigiiiiy injureu. wncn iho was
out four days a sailor fell overboard and
THE IOWA SENAT0RSUI-.
A telegram to tho Herald from Wash
ington reports that Hon. Jas. F. Wilson,
who arrived in thtt city yesterday, says
Wm. B. Allison is almost suro or being
olectod United States senator from Iowa.
THE KEWMAM-UARLAN TROUBLES.
Tho letter of Dr. Newman to a Method
ist clergyman, and another which ho was
known to havo written, but which was
suppressed, did Gen. Harlan serious injury
with tho pooplo.
INJURIOUS TO THE TAKTV.
Mr. Wilton thinks the absence of so
many officials front the seat of government
is having n serious effect on tho party,
though ho is of tho opinion that Grant
will bo renominated and re-elected.
nOSENTIIKWEIOH, THE AII0RTI0NIST.
Tho identity of the victim of abortion
is now settled beyond a question. In ex
amining the clothes nt tho houso of Bcs
untheweigh a handkerchief was found
marked "A. A. Ilowloy.'i In tho Supremo
Court to-day, Judgo Sutherland issued a
writ of habeas corpus to bo served on Bos
cnthweigh, making it returnable to-mor-
A young man named Frank Tupp, of
xuiursuu, is sum to oo ine author of the
seuuction or tho deceased.
DEATH TO ORQAK ORINDEIIS.
The Italians havo called a meeting for
-iy uexi 10 mho steps lor abolishing
vuu urguu gruiuing uusiness.
inc i nealtn board havo received reports
w vHaati-i j aiisiwhWA UIUII II1U rT
that tbo mtrkcti of tho city aro in a re
markably unhealthy condition.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Orleans, Aucust 31
ri.uun yuiet. bupcrhno 54.50, aX
SUGAR-Frmer. Prime 11 3al2c.
WHISKY Quiet at COc. All othors
St. Louis, August 81.
FLOUR Quiet and unchanged.
W lir.AT Without dccido.1 rh men
No. 4 rod in elevator, $1.07; No. 3, $1.12
CORN In bulk. dull: no shinning frii,
itios cast; sacked firmer; mixed, 48 a 50c;
whito mixed and yellow. 52 : rtrimo whito.
r.t .... ,
uaip-rinucr nnu 11 irner an. 1 m r.
od, aoc; in bulk, 38c- sncked, 40c.
BARLEY Dull and no demand excopt
forcholco; prime Minnesota, 85c.
I'uistv steady ; $I3.0U for mess.
BACON Holders firm. No demand
for round lots except at commissions;
shouldors 0; clear rib 74 , cloar sides 8c
f . -...! , 1 ..'
for iobbinu and order lots
LARD Littlo doing. Offerings small
Tierce 0, keg 11c.
HOGS Firm at $4.50 lor good to choice,
WILL BE GIVKN BV TUB
ARAB KIRE COM PAN V,
Friday, Skptemher 1st, 1871.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
oftlij (.Uy Cum ninllor nnlll p.- iiomll'inlnes.
day, iho I. th .!. ..r Hoptoiih..r, Uil. f. " lurii ish
i.g, fioiii tlim. lo tnml, a, the pro, r nil "er o(
or o ,ryn".',','V,r'l,'r' ':" 'ii. lie a" the "-My
or Cairo may rt'umro for building nr reiiainni
tl miw .'"r.!,' Jn"""?' M"m hiuid Id
..?. ! . i.iV- .'' ""r," or ''. "H'l I'llilbrr to lie
hi w, - ' '""" to'ba dolivered on
the truck or latee at Cairo, freight prepaid.' Th
contractor or contractors iu g,v gSoU and aufi.
dent security fur the faithful performance ol
'I ho city reserve the rfohVio r.leei anv .... .1,
' E. A. Huaamr
"UK'0 City L'atnptr oiler.
f" "r hi Hull, (lliu vi lu r og lo
bo otk. ,1 up r . city ) '', , f ;,; , ,Xk
llmeiinoni t -r ,d topping to b u' u tit U feel
long, 0 U S uW,,vJ ,md a Vl en I !5k ! Iho
atrliigei a u bo a0. Inches, 12 or'is feVl loug. and
Cairo, I1L Aue. 31 10:4G. D.m
War Department. Sienal Sorvleo. II. a
A. division of tcleerami and renorta for
.tho benefit of Commerce. Tho following
n tho official moteorologicat rocord for tho
A noun ending 10:48, p. m.
? 2 Z
S " CT
v u 7
3 ? S
i 30:11 A4 rn
: 30:14 M 73
1 30:13 31 TU
30.03 M ...
-10:10 31 TS
:I1 M 7T
30:18 a T7
30.01 78 14
19:S4 44) 0
30:21 M 3
30.06 It 71
Daren port, Iowa.
New Orleans, La
HI. Louis, Mo
flt. I'aul, Minn....
Go to Parker & B lake's for lamps
lamp ehimnoyo, paint brushes, etc.
Everybody goes to Jorgonien's family
gorcory for tho HalforJ Leicbsstershiro
Shrive's eolobrated 11 o'clock lunch
oyesters at Jorgenien t. tf
Go to Parker fc Blako'i for wall pa-
per, window shades, etc. aug2Cdlra
At Jorgensen's may bo found tho pop.
ular French assorted pickle. tf
Those Fronch Cherries, In svrup, so
popular with connoiscun. are sold by Jor
genien. ' tf
Jorgensen has a crcat run for CaDt.
Whlto's oriental pickles. tf
Go to Pnrkjr & Blake'i for window
glass, putty, etc. aug2Cdlm
Go to Parkor & Blake's, corner Com
mercial avenuo and llthrtrcot, for Aurora
Every dollar you pay a 2i'ow-York
lifo insuranco company is permanently
withdrawn from circulation in this state.
The laws of Now-York compel tho compa
nies to keep all their funds invested within
tho limits of ,that state, or within fifty
miles of Now-York city. Tho Lifo Associa.
tion invests IU money where it is taken.
Mr. F. Koso has removod bis tailoring
establishment to his now store, at No. 104
Commercial avenue. Ho keeps on hand a
splendid assortment of piece goods which
bo will make up for his customers in a
mannor warranted to suit. Ho employs
only tho best workmen, nnd glvos his
personal attention to tho business. Per
fect fits guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
Call and soo him. aug301m
The greatest known remedy
and cure of
Chilli, Fovor, Ague, Llvor Complaint
Buy them ; try them
Stratton & Bird, Genoral Agon is,
The Chicago Beer Buloon, Wm
Schick, proprietor, Not. 2C and 28 ICghth
street, is a favorite place of resort with all
lovers of Woiss' Beor, Liquors of every
description, and a'l kinds of foroign and
home Wines. No ordinary liquors are
disponscd at tho bar of the saloon only
tho very best, and guests find in attend
ance polite and accomodating waiters
free lunch is spread every day at 10
o'clock ..m. aualTtf.
At Eichhoff Bros.,' Factory.
Sell Furniture for Cash;
Twenty per cent.
Lower than nny othor Doalor in Cairo.
Mado out of Seasoned Lumber,
and will bo
Insured for Six Months,
A Raro Chunco
l)clwcn Eighth and Ninth stroets, has on
I 1 . a.
A-l . a a
mum u spionuia stocK oi ramny groceries
of all kinds, which ho is selling at tho
lowest pricos. He is dctormined not to bo
undersold, and challenges comparison of
the quality of his goods with any houso in
tho city. His ihelf goods are of ovory va
riety, fro.h and sousonable, and anything
and everything tho market affords can bo
purchuscd at bis storo at tho lowost rate
Givo hiru a call. tf
William Alba's barbor si op is grow
ing in public favor ovory day. It is neat
ly fitted up, and can boast of tbo moat
skillful workmen in tho city. Tho pro
prietor has had many years' experience in
his business and is rocognizod asonoof the
most export shavers in Southern Illinou,
whilo young Alba is a master in his pro
fession. Citizens and strangers whe wish
a painless shave, a luxurious shamiiooinir.
or their haircut ln;tUo latest stylo should
patroniie Alt. His shop is on Commer
cial avenuo next door to Uannon'snows
Wantid At tho Dolmonieo Hotel one
hundred weekly bonrdors. Fivo meals
each day, price $0 per week. I
Wu. Winter. '
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Rattingor's Fe
ver Drops. Wiiirantuil to cure tho cliillc
Kindlino.-OOO glass boxes " fur said
at 5 conts each. W. W. Thornton.
Paul tt. Schuh soils Katllni:or's medl.
1 clnes. it
flv.T... : V.m.I. M.v.. .
" TT"". "ruo". UM 'WM on .
u",m a "PP'T Soddlo Rock oys-'"
BULLETIN BUILDING. WASHINGTON AY.
C. II A NNY.
KENTUCKY TKA.VS, EXTRA,
Ol.OS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE SOCK OF CARPETING,
01 LT BANDS,
Ufa EaUroMtoek Now Clowtn Out
VERY LOW FIGURES.
C0HNKT 8lU ST., AND COMMERCIAL-A V.,
OF ALL KINDS.
No. 87 Commercial ay iikt,
REAL) EHTA lE AGENT,
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND KLOOll) OHIO LEVEE,
Buy and Sell Heal Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
A' t prepare Conveyances of Klada.
PARKER A BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putty, Benalne, Gaaollac,
And the celebrated illuminating
BR03B BUII.DINa, COIt. llTH-ST. A COM-
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Flour end (Jrlst Mills,
Tho "Tupper" Tatent Cralebar,
JuAoiiiNKRr roR ueneral ruitrosEs,
WOOD I WOOD I ! WOOD IU
Theundorsigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, If not Cheaper
"T .W00'1 dr"1?1" I" lro. Leave ordara
. . , . ana a. Kosa coal
yard, on Cummereial avennn. had...,, t.,Ti. .-
maliu?.!!.' CBl.r?l ,l"no1'- f' K"oi
ISf.Vn Mf"4 Wl1' c,,ri1 ,ho w"oJ "t If desire..
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Mil V VIU 1 1 a IB if
City NalloBAl Ilatuk Uulltflnir.
nlKnrinddy.n,lU ,0 "Ti"n fr0,n
WALTER & MALONY,
amd DtAiaaa in
Kiohth Street, Retwkkn WASuijioton
AND COUUEKCIAL AVMNVWa.
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, KwT Ilia bast of Bear,
Imb, Sauaaga, t.,and
cittsena In the moat acceidi
I'ork. Hattaa. V.al.
am DrwtMUM.1 in i,,u
moat acceptable maaaar. sgVHf
PAUL G. SOHUH,
D jR, IT O-Q-IST,
U. 108 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
Whlttnkrr'a Old stand,
Owosite Atheneum, . . Caieo, 111.
ri pfttlcular attention to filling all physician
and family proscription.
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Agent for
UREMH FEVEH TONIC,
Warranted the boat Fever Klllar known In tula
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED.
BUCHU AND DANDELION,
An excellent remedy In all d I .eases or the Kid
neys, equally, as tood or better
than Hembold's. and lor
also ao mnt roa
HsssaphMy'a Homejopriattale Npe18(s.
His welUelected atockof
Of every description cannot be
surpassed by any eatab
liihmem ot tho
kind in the
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Uaa on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
;CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The largeat atock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
m tbb cur.
o i in a i
Ohio Levee, : : t i : . Cairo, III.
oacaaj nonr-ri.T huid;
Q. D. WILLIAMSON.
f.,,ec'1 '"" irlven to ConslmmetiU
B'' """ order.. Bumetiw
CARL L. THOMAB,
la prepared to Joll kind, of plain aad orna
KALSOMININO, PAPER MA9IMO
8I0H WRITIMO. itc,
At figures which defy all tomp.tlon, aa4 In the
highest stylo if the painter's ait.
SHOP IN THEPERRY HOUSE,
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