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AYS POIt YOIIN'O MWV
BEAT SOCIAL EVItJt ivn aiinavu
iBMrirrewiib marriage, with .Ure nrut
GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
ri. I cure, colic and griping
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V. raols and children.
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plaint In children ol oil f Cfkli.
in ftii iiimnir r.rniiisiit r.n r.v t .inn i
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our potieaaiuo ;
Depot, Kut Tenn., and Va, R.
to afloril ma rnnalilaral.la a.lt.r I .....I
I cannot do rry well without there, iu
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raawr oanuai .-aasyugLc Lhurth.
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Dffcpfccitv, rmoltjn ffoui .If time.
TO TIIOUSANDH 01 IL VKIIkKim.
iiikiu. un rrceini 01 in rcnu. i.r itn
BAR 8 WONDERFUL
tv ft v t t ruin t iii-i
t f J1 ill IliniLlla all II I 1111
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commence with froiuent ileilrea to
fleab. ' '
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immediate rviiei I aito c
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ravcn.a ma viuner irom conirrAiinir.
ui ukci oi Nuumeaena. n will
EDWARD DO IN HA It, m..
tfnt ftl thA Hnr inert. Wnkh. IVn.
you wo amictod with any ot theiortv
a I a n n mattum nf linui Iah aimil.
pOfllttTe remedr for the foregoing
naa naiii f&llf A Ia wrhal t a ilalm
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ine d Drini:; i. uaver lotten & num.
Directions now to u;e thewftlt-rand
(.tlCllAliI DUN UAH,
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P. DuoMr.Uoneru Manairer ut the
onlf, antl time, htlth nd
rewaru tor ot cue or a teue. !
a a r I ..l.t.t t. (k.a,JI
.tin! mra nui luicuiicu iu cure it
eiiua ipeeuu cuie in an vMHra lor
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mj ma luvHiaviw wvvw vi
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iiirn. ulcertUd tore thr&at and
eyet cutaoeout tupttout, copper
. -a . aa w o all tnamltvi rmtn
and leaTM uioou pure anq
IIII1AU B UUUUbtl HIXlMJMMt
mercurial aflectlon, rheumatism In
and gtT immcaiaie ri'iierin an
ra inr u uniur uoi ukviiivu r a
IU'S QOLPEN ELIXIR D'AMUUK,
s for nertoua or itnerat debility, in
impartiPf eDergy wmi
fol price, theae remedloa will bo thip;
lace, l'rompt attention paid to ill
lie. Noneganuine without tlio cam
tli fTiilo iiint ll'J 1ll.'Mi.'lltt''H. 11.11.
lo proprietor," blown In tilaia or
tnt. Trade tuppllid liberal dli
. n.li.Rlchanla.KI Varlck-it., N.Y.
fionoy by epr or order looda
r itug. jww j'J'jyJ""'
a J - M. A. 1 AS M. V J tJt
DRY CORNED FIS1I.
On of the great luxuries of the Jay Is Ad
am's Patent Cured t'isli.
Whereer it La been tried ll lim become
n permanent future.
BI10UI.U NOT FAIL TO UHK IT.
Procure sample to learn what n really nu
perior article avails your appetite.
To Le had it
HTAPLK AND KANCV UIKiCKItV.
CAIRO CITY CO A L
la .r.ar,l to iiiii 1 rii.li.nur mIiIi the U,t
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORIJKKS left at llallidor offioe. 70 OHIO
I.E KK, or at thr Coal Tard l-lo the st
vnarira m.iei, win r-lre prompt Ktlfflllon.
THKTl'U " MONTAt'K rmllUr.(:cul aloi.,
i.ir aieamera a. any notir.
H IIOI.IMALK I IIIM'IIKS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLKSALK UltOCKUS, j
Oil 10 LE VKK,
V A I U O . I l.lil Ml I I,
i'ao, k.ep contDtl)r no hand a inot cum.
.lele Morli of
bCOTCII AMI IKIMI WlljaKlts
C! I N H,
1'ort, JIadtriu, Sliurry and Ciitnwlo 'Vint-i
RHIITII 1 '0. m-!I elrluntly for ca-h.to
, atlinli fin I ther infito tin- -fpi:ial alien
tion wf clufe bargain buyeri.
Special attention yi'tn to Filling OrJers,
.MRS. .M. .SU'AXDKR,
DEALER IK MILLINERY
I.ADIE.S FUKNISHIXO GOODS,
t'aiuutrrrlal Aii'mir, :()LkIk- l.lllo
mill Iliiy lluiru'i)
CLOTHING FOR LAD I IIS' WEAR
Made to order, or Iiddy-Madr.
A full aiiorttucnt of Miai-ea' and Ladies
llati &nd lionneta of tlio liitt't ttvlus.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
KIQ1ITH hTKKKT, 1IKTWKKN WASIII.VOTON
AND COMJIEIICIAL AVKVUKS,
Hoi Juat received a full and vplcndid line of
Drete trimmings, nllk Rimpn, silk K.iloon, cul
pure lacea. moan trimminKi', crocket button",
Ilk and Teltet button, plunh and trlinminir l
Tet. hata and bonnetn, Hne kid slorc, InJIc-' nnit
chlldrcna'ahci-a, anJ a full ami couipivte etock ol
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of winch iho propoieii to nt-11 at
TUB VKUV LOWEST CAhll I'llICKS
UOOTH AND NIIOE9.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Uatwren Waaliinfiton Avcnuo ami I'oj.lur Street,
Uoo I and Slioex Made to Order.
Kiu Workmen Kmploycd.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY.
ton Aotvcr roa
BOOTS AND SHOKS
wwerrlal A veu uc, Cornrr of KIkIiIIi
f AUTIOULAIl A1TKNT10N I'Alli TO ALL 0U
DKB(i FOR UOOI'SKlllTS AND fillOEt).
IteimrH.I riprrlnlly for Iho I'nlro It ill
It'lln. Ten liniiri In ailtnurc ol St
Lull I h uiM'rs.
I'RKSIDII.VT CRAaNT AND THE
M'ASlIllL'llNK A.XI) lKi4f.ITTI.t2.
Cillr'Aijo, .September C. Wmlilurno
and Doollltlc, tlio rupubliean nnd demo-
rra;ic canuiualei lor ijovor.ior or Viscona
tin, Imvo agreed to liavo joint dliciuslom
on iho political itiuos of tlio day In each
congreHional diurict of the itntc. The
JisoiiHions arc lo tako iilacont Milwaukee,
Fond du L&c, Oilit.oi.fi, Mndison, Jane!
vllle and La Crosse.
lO.VATUft IlBAItU FHOH.
H'in. Ignatius Donelly, fornicrlv a re
publican representative In congrcu from
Minnesota, and afterwards bolted und ran
us an independent and democratic candl
dutu againit tho republican candidate for
the amo place, lius written a letter to the
St. Paul Pioneer, in which lio announces
hit determination to hereafter act with
tin; republican party.
Lauomek Citv, WroiiiNo T., Septem
ber 0. Tho latest returns from tin late
election givo the republican arnajoritvof
two in the senate, nnd the democrats a ma
Jorily yf two in tho hou.e.
UKANT ANU TIIK LOflSI.VSA ItAWlr.l!.S.
New Yokk. Sfptcmber C .U tho In
terviuw held with the president yesterday
by the Warmouth Louisiana republican
delegation, they unanimously a.'surcd the
president that unless otrcndinic officers
were removed from tho state Louisiana
was lost to tho party.
Tho president promised thn. a strict
inquiry Into their charges would bo mndo
nnd suitable action taken. Ho denied that
ho received telegrams asking instructions
from Packard, and was unaware that
troops had been used until ho saw the
statements in the newspapers. Tho dole
gates eiprcss their satisfaction with the re
ception, and say that they do not desire
Mr. Warrneuth to be re-olectcd.
WOMAN MTI UAOE qCEsTION.
New Yoiik, Septemher C. A special
from Washington says that the attempt
in'lo at tho last ibetion bv some wo
men of the Woodhul and Claflin persua
sion to get tlio question of their rights un
der the Fourteenth amendment beforo tho
court, wa not opposed by the election
commissioners against whom suit was
brought, so that tho caso has gone bv de
fault, and the only question now to b'o de
cided is the amount of damages. It is
thought, however, that the damages award
od is to be suilicicnt to deter the commis
sioner, from refusing hereafter lo register
political minded dames.
FROM NEW YORK.
fore nj n and domestic
FEARFUL RAVAGES OF
CHOLERA IN RUSSIA.
CAVING IN OF A COAL MINE.
KKTEK IN IlltAZlL.
5'enlembcr 0. Private ad
vices from Urnzil of a late dato report the
yellow fever, which raged there during
Juno and July as abating. Tho diseaso
has been very futal to foreigners in that
country, especially nt Para, whero tho
Hritish Consul, Mr. Hcrnean's ton Pucte?,
During tho epidemic many of tho in
habitants of Para tlod to tho interior, nnd
somo regions havo beon almost entirely
depopulated from the ruvases of tho dis
ease. Til K L'NIoN" KEltllY COMPANY
of Urooklyn, uro charged with having en
croached upon tho city property iu tho
orection of n ferry houso on Fulton street,
and a demand tmido by tho city for tho re
moval of the obstruction is disregarded.
Tho city authorities hnvo ordered that
tho encroachments' bo removed by force,
nnd unless porno compromise is etfected,
there will probably bu a eolliison between
the pollco and ferry hands.
Lato advices from San Domingo report
tho arrival thcro of a Commissioner trom
Haytl, tho object of whoso visit it is said is
tho negotiation of somo treaty securing
tho independunco of thnl country.
A dispatch from Wilkosbarre, Pa., states
that u largo inino of tho Wilkesbarro conl
and iron company, known as the llultcn
beck mine, caved in on Saturday morn
ing, creating great consternation at thai
place. Tlio mino was abandoned Satur
day, os It had been considered. unsafe for
months. An area of II vo or six acres of
ground sunk two hundred feet when tho
mino collapsed. Thousands of people havo
visited tho sccno slnco tho cuving. Tlio
mino was nearly worked out. Tho great
est loss is to tho minor;, who aro thrown
out of employment by tlio occurrence.
Latest European malls havo further in
tolligonco of tho progress of thoeholo-i. in
Russiu, by which it appears that in some
jihicts tho proportion of deaths is still very
high. At iloonosolcgbsk, a town of 1,200
Inhabitants, tho numbor of deaths were,
for a short time, ono hundred and llfty per
day. In ono village la Vori'iiusli, "il per
sons died out of n population of 200. At
Nljnl Noogorod ovcry casoduriii!' ono day
proved fatal, Iu somo places tlio people
aro panic strickonanddo nothing, looking
upon tho scourgo as divino punishment, to
which thoy aro bound to submit. Every
whero thcro Is n want of medical aid. in
tho district of Navnkopcnskl thoro Is only
ono doctor fur n population of S,00Q. Ho
has visltod patients who wcro four miles
distant from each other. In St. Peters
burg tho tloaUu havg oonddcnbly Uimin-
ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1871.
THE OLD WORLD.
AL OF KOSSELL, THE C0.M
.ML'NIST LEADER, COM.
. THE CHOLERA IN LIVERPOOL.
E.Xl'LOSION IN A COAL MINE
FIFTY LIVES LOST-
London, September C -A torrlblo cx
pi ion occurred this morning In a coal
mlno near tho town of Wlgan, Lancas
tershlre. bomo fifty persons wcro In the
mine at tho time of tlio explosion. A par
ty, sent down to ascertain the condition of
wioie wno wcro buried, Is still in tbemine,
and it ii thought hai perished. The
neighborhood of the disaster Is thronged
with relatives and acquaintances of the
eupposed victims, and tho seeno Is most
President Theirs has appointed the due
d'Aumnlo govornor of Algeria.
It is reported that the mnrqtils of Lorno
will bo appointed govornor general of In
dia, and that tho marnuis of Lonadalo will
succeed earl Spencer as lord lieutenant of
A despatch from Dublin ftfiva III nt Mp.
Cartby, one of tin constables wounded by
the rioters, is dying.
The queen is stillunwell.
A caso of cholera has occur r,l In I.I
A despatch from Naples announces that
Mount Vesuvius hn. commenced to emit
ino snip wosor. from New York to
Southampton, touched at Plymouth.
P.MiiS September C Tho
communist", excepting Lullier, htvo no-
j.v.a.v. tv fiv (.111 a.-yur;3i
Tho Veritf, a noivspapcr recently lus
ponded, has reappeared under the title of
The trial of tho communist Roiicl Is ap
pointed for Thursday.
Tho vacation of the assembly begins on
the 16th. '
Dourges is becoming a military centre
Th'i military school at Mctz will bo re
FATAL AFFRAY BETWEEN
GAM RLE KS .
P.ocKtoi-.n, III., September 0. Yester
day afternoon, at this place, an old man
named Zimmerman killed his wife, an old
lady of 70 years, by subbing her with a
carpenter's scratch awl. 7.immcrman then
tried to kill himself by taking a largo dose
laudanum, but prompt medical labors
saved him. A letter found iu tho room
whero tho murder was commlttod proved
beyond doubt that the deed was premedi-
ML'KDEItED 11 Y A -VICJRO.
Jacksonville, Fla., September C. A
terrible tragedy was enacted 7 milei south
of this place last night, by which twooffi
cers ot tho present administration met
their deaths at tho hands of a negro. The
officers, two brothers named Herring,
were trying to arrest the negro, when both
were shot and died Instantly. Tbo negro
A COAL MINER KILLED.
St. Louis, September C. Twocoal'min-
ers, named .Mike McMullen and Alex
uurKing, working at Coal Urinch, two
miles from Alton, Ills., got into un alter
cation, last Monday night, which resulted
in turning stausing .McMullen In the
heart, killing him Instantly. McMullen
was the attacking party. Durking gave
himself up and was released an bail.
m . t w ,
xoi-kka, jiansas, sept. u. a gam
blor named Geo. Hoody, shot and klllod
anothor gambler, Charles Graham, at Sa-
lina, last Sunday night.
E. E. Marsh, living at Eudora, Douglas
county, cut tho throat of his wlfo and
child to-night and then shot himiolf. All
AMERICAN FRUIT GROWERS'
Richmond, Va., Soptember C The
American fruit growers' society com
menced its annual session this morning.
20 states aro represented by delegations of
distinguished men, and tho contributions
of fruit aro the finest ever exhibited. The
society was receivod by the mayor at tho
capitol in a speech of welcome, which was
fittingly responded to by Marshall P. Wil
der, president of tlio society. In tbo after
noon president Wilder delivered bis an
nual address, after which the delegates
went on an excursion down tho rivor.
Thcro aro many stranger from all parti
of tho stato and of the United States In the
city, and thu exhibition is being visltnd
A CIIANCIO FOIt A ROW WITH
"N asiiinton, Soptembor C A dls
patch from Galveston, dated to-day, statos
that tho American ship " Harvest homo "
was attacked by u force of Mexicans ofl'tho
liar of Santa Anna on tho night of tho
27th of last month, and hor master E. 0.
Dickoy. obliged to put to sea without
completing nor cargo. Tho American
bark lirothers, was captured by an armed
foi co of Mexicans oil' Santa Aiiim nnd hor
captain forced to abondoii her. Ho was
picked up by tho Harvest Homo and ar
rived Ht Galveston yostorday. It Is un
derstood that tho captain will visit Wash
ington nnd mako a full statomcntof nil
thu facts In thu cajo to tho government au
thorities. RASE BALL.
Boston, Boptombor C Tlio White
Stockings of (Jhlea-o defeated tho Red
Blockings of this cRy tc-day, by ft .coi'o or
1 31 to -.
Sr. Louis, September 0. Patrick Iloon
ey, a lubmarlno diver, drowned yesterday,
at the water works, above tho city, by the
apparatus becoming entangled with somo
Pm and beami under water which loien
ed the top cap of tho helmet, letting water
InU tho armour. Ho was two hours un
JLoeisviLL, September C In Now Al
bany, Ind., fyestordny ovcnlng, a young
woman named Sarah KoonU, attempted to
commit suicide by wading in the river,
but was rescued. She was sick and out of
money, and was on. her way from Ala
bama to Illinois. She was furnished with
a railroad pass and scat on her way.
Cincinnati. September 6. -Tho total
loss by tho burning of .Mackneal & Ur
ban' safo factory last night, is about
Tho bulldlne boloncinc to W. B. Dodds
was insured In the Enterprise of this city.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
St. Louis, September C.
FLOUR Weak and unchanged.
WHEAT In fair demand ; No. 3 red,
$1.11 a 1.12; No. rod,$l.'2U a l.'JJ.
OATS Unchanged ; No- 1 mixed in el
orator, 35 a 33 c.
PORK Quiet; order lots, $12.75.
BACON Qnict; shoulders scarco and
firm at 6Jcon ordors; clear rib, 7c; clear,
7Jc; round lot of clear rib, 7c.
New York, Soptember C.
MONEY Still very easy at 3 per cont.
GOLD-Steady at 113$.
Chicago, September C.
PORK-Saleable 12J; regular nomi
nal 111. b
LARD Firm; saloablo 8J; hold 8J.
MEATS -Steady and unchanged.
WHISKY' Lower; sales at U8c.
S lea ro or John Lumsden. Evansvillu.
" Atlantic, Now Orleans.
' Hello Mompbis, Memphis.
" Belfast, New Orleans.
" Alico Gray, Terrell's Landing.
" James Flak, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" A. Baker, Capo Girardeau,
" Octavia, St. Louis.
" Julia, St. Louis.
Steamer John Lumsden, Evanivllle.
" Atlantic, St. Louis.
" Bello Memphis, St. Louis.
' Bo fait, St. Lu!s.
" James Fisk, Jrn Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Octavin, Mound City.
" H. C. Ynecer. New Orlcam.
" Julia, Vicksburg.
1I0ATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Stoamer Grand Tower, Memphis.
Malllo Ragan, Evansvllle.
" James Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Henry Ames, New Orloans.
The river is still rising, and has riion
about four inches sinco last report. The
Mississippi is on a stand at St. Louis. At
Evanivlllo the Ohio Is falling. Thoro Is
only 2 feet and J Inch in tho Mississippi at
Quincy, being lower now than at any tlmo
this soason. Tbo Arkansas river Is still
Business on tho landing waa quiet. Tho
weather warm as usual.
Tbo John Lumsden had a light trip,
which consistod of 111 bags wheat for tho
city, and for St. Louis, 29 bbli. poaches .
for Momphis, 200 sacks corn j for New Or
leans, 75 bbls. hominy, 50 bbls. whisky
and 50 bblr. applet.
Tho Atlantic, from New Orleuns, had a
tow of barges.
Tho Ilolfast had but little freight and
Thu Belle Memphis had a light up
Tho Alice Gray camodown light from
Thu Jus. Fisk, Jr., had G hhd. tobacco
and 00 boxes handles.
Tho tug Cacho has ropairod hor rudder
and Is again In tbo Mound City and tho
tho Bend trade.
On the up trip of of tho R. P. Walt,
when nbovo Vickiburg, she picked up a
suag which passed through the starboard
guard and thon pasted up, completely gut
ting three state rooms and demolishing a
portion of hor cabin forward of hor pantry.
At tho time of tho accident thu rooms wore
not occupied, otherwiso thore would prob
ably havo boon a loss of life. A few hun
dred dollars will repair tho damages,
Tho Julia arrived on time with a good
trip, und added coniidemblo freight hero,
Uer pilot reports the City of Quincy
badly aground at the head of Liberty is
land, and laying crosawarsof tho current,
and it Is thought that a boat will Imvu to
bo sent to lighten her off, There Is plenty
of water abovu nnd below hor.
Tho Montauk was engaged yestordaylo
pumping out eomu coal barges down In tho
Tho Galllpolis liulUtin lays: A fow
days itaco two men w'oro fishing in the
Ohio rlyer with " bobs, " ono, of tho lines
became faat at "Cannon RlfuV' andon
iMUDg It ttaoy brout,Hubfiflufftot
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON A.
hog chain, suppoiod to havo belonged to
tha iteamer Bluo Rldgo which exploded at
that point In January 1848.
CPtl?, Walker with sixty mon is at
work building tho transfer boat to run
from Memphis over tho river. She will bo
ready to launch in about six weeks.
Tbo Cincinnati Commercial says t White
Carroll, of New Orleans, tho boatman's
butcher, asserts that ho is engaged In
writing a book to bo entitled "what I
know about sausage-making." Ho will
embellish it with cubs of frcih pork.
PiTTsnuRO, September 6. Mononga
hala 20 inches and stationary.
VicKsnuBO, Sept. fi. Down City of
Alton. Up Emlllo La Barge. River
falling. Weather warm and clear.
New Orleans, September C Arrivod
Bco and barges, St. Louii. Departed
Qlencoe nnd Andy Johnson, St. Louis.
St. Louis, Soptember C. Arrived R.
P. Walt, Vicksburg; C. B. Church, If aw
Orloani; Mollio McPike, Keokuk; Salt
Lake, JeflVson Cltv. Departed P. W.
Strader, Keokuk ; G'rand Tower, Momphis;
-u rivnr; ur iu wo.iorn, jss.
Paul. River ailing slowly with 6J feet
of water to Cairo. Weather clear and
warm during the day and cool tc-nlght
wmi mo appearanco oi rain.
rilr Xallonnl llnuk llnUOn.
Hpeoial attention rM to
.Men from toati,
. and day.
Eaaya for Young Men, on great Social Eilt
and Abuses, which interfere with Marriage, and
ruin the nepplneai ol thouianda, with sure
mean of relief for tne Krrlnc and Unfotnnate,
dlneaaed and dtbilitftled. Hint in nealed letter
enelope. free ot charge. Ad Irena, HOWAItD
ASSOCIATION, .No. S. Nlnih street. Philadel
phia, I'a ep.w3iu
C. II A N N Y.
S T R I P K S,
KKNTUCKY JEANS, EXTRA,
C.ROS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING,
Ilia EutlreNlocIt Xow Clotting ul
VERY LOW FIOURES.
CORNER 8ni T., AND COUUXRCIAL-AV.,
Unlcher nnd Denier Iu nil Hindu t'rrab
Co bit ii .Vitri(Tii ink Prua Hruiir.
BU.d and claUKhtera only the ery beat eatlle,
hoga nod sheep, and U prepared to All any
demand for freah meals from one pound to ten
thou.aud ound. Uev.tlif
Sa u s a g c M a n u fa c t u r or
Or ALL KINDV.
87 COUMKRCIAL-AV., nKT. OTI1
WALTER & MALONY,
ikD nkaiaas la
Eioinii Street, Between Washington
AND COMUKRL'IAL AVEVirix,
Adjolnlnr Ullleuhouse llauuy's.
Keep the heat of lleef. Pork, Wullnn, V.al,
Lamb, fue, etc., an t are prepare.! to erv
eillsena in the moil acovpUtble uiai.nar
iiTJl? 1P,r,l,'1'l' heretofore eiliting Wtwe n
II. Walker ami Junn Un.l.Ui- l,.. i..r.iiJ.ri: !
by mutual consent. Mr. Walker taking the entire
control of the nt. Nicholas Hotel.
..Hl.,l.Ir- W!erhM removed iheHt, Mche.
.7 :tXi . . s0""0' ' Kig it street and
Ohio levee Ui the nw.ro anir.n .?.t
Harris koown as the Hotel Uarni, mnTeVelii
!i.e,',l,Rrh4ro h?, mTll0 hl friend. .Si KJ.
. I hp hotel Jim beeu eulirolf reKtted atul ra,irn
i le-l.th. table, will b aupplle.1 with mytMoif
clu. howl ' manner w make It a nrtt
The Bar la auppld with Oe tholc.at llooors.
wlnei.elgar. ajad the bi Bt. lKulaUr. H
.iciwia uKuvn is set momma ana re.
PAUL G. SCHUH,
I RKMOTED. j
NO. 108 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
WhIIUker'. Old Nlaud,
On-oilTi Atheneum, . . Cairo, 111.
Paiyi partlnnUr attention to (IIHhk all phtaidlao
and family preserlptloea.
-D-A.Y Oia 1TIQHT.
.sax on nan
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth baring. Agent for
liBEW rEVEK TOXIC,
Warranted the beat Forer Killer known ia this
NO CUKE MONEY REFUNDED.
BUCHU AND DANDELION,
Aaexcelleat remedy In all diseases of tho Kid-
oeji, equally, as toou or tMtter
than Hembold's. and tor
also 4iair roa
Uuwpkrcjr'a Homtophatltlc Nplflea.
Ilif welUelectcd stock of
Of ery deacription cannot be
urpaaaava djt aiy ealan-
Ushment ot the
kind In the
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
II a. on hand
A HNE STOCK OF WATCHES,
.CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention glren to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The largest atock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
IK TM. CITT.
Ohio Levii, : ; i i i ; Caio, III.
oaDsai rioarrLT lltlio;
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
Saaff"HDolal altenhoa irlven to Oonalarimaakla
and flllins .rd.r..
CARL L. THOMAS,
U prepared lo ia all klu.li of plain and orna
KALSOMINING, PAPER IIANGINO
BION WR1TIXO, KTC,
At figures which defy all compttlon, and In the
highest style tf tbe painter's art.
SHOP IN TIIEPERRY HOUSE,
CORNER Olf COMMERCIAL AVENUE AND
KIOIITH bTRXE T.
The Illinois Ce.tral Rail Road CoatMnv aow
Lot IT block SO.
Lot M block U.
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