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OK.V. H'UU:M,AN AND TIIK COMPTItOI.LCK.
HIIIP CONNKM.Y WON'T IIKTIKK II IK
nkw DKrUTV Rr.rvuv.u to kilb iih
Nkw Yoiik, HcplemW 18. Il ii un
known yet whether Oonernl McCIolInn
will accept the comptrollonhip.
nt lil ofllco to-dny, and Green this
morning formally entured upon dutlw.
An opinion is looked for to-day from the
orninent lawyor, Chns. O'Connor, tiikinj;
tho view that whllo Connolly's course is
snitnined by tho law, Hall's Is not.
Connolly is in possession of his olllce,
and will resist any attempt to oust him.
Comptroller Connolly in reply to Hull's
letter, denies tho authority of tho latter to
excrclso tho power he .attempt", and de
clares his determination not to retire.
KNTKUKb UPON IIIK DL'TIKX.
Orccn,tho new deputy cornptioller, has
Just delivered to the coinniitteo of citizens
and aldurmcn nil tho documonls in tho
comptroller's ofEcQ roferred to in tho in
vestigation of tho municipal accounts.
Mayor Hull's clerk thin morning re
fused to fllo the oflleial oath of Greco.
Twenty-otiu new cases of (mall-pox
Were reported in tho city yesterday.
The superintendent of public schools
prohibits tho attendance of children in
whoso families, or immediate vicinity, tho
disease hut shown itself.
N W.York, September 1810 p.m.
Tho Herald, which was wholly silent upon
tho municipal situation yesterduv, to-day
pronounces in favor of Hall, anu thinks
tho comptroller had bottcr retire from his
The comptroller sent tho mayor tho fol
lowing nolo at about 11:15 a.m.:
CourTROLtutt's Ojticjt, Sept. 18.
Hon. A. Oakey Hall, mayor.
Mr Dkak Slit: I havo read in the
morning papers only, your letter of this
date, and beg leave thus promptly to in
form you, that ns advised, 1 havo not
cither in fact or equivalent, resigned tho
office of comptroller of tho city of New
York. I deny tho authority of tho mayor
to excrclso tho power attempted by you;
and in partial support of denial 1 quote
tho words of your former communication :
'I, tho mayor, cannot suspend any head
of a department not oven pending'nn in
vestigation. 1 can only perfer charges to
tho common pleas' judges, who alono can
remove after a considorablo time fur trial."
My previously announced determina
tion, not at present to rctira from my offi
cial position, is still unchanged.
Tho following call was issued this p.m. :
Tho executive committo of seventy, ap
pointed by the tax payers and citizens for
financial reform in tho city and county,
are requested to meet at tho rooms of the
chamber of commcrco at 1'-' m., Tuesduy,
Septembor 19, on business of special And
iinmoaiaio importance. Blgncu,
Henry G. Steiiiiins, Chin.
Barclay Galleoher, Asst.Sec'y.
THE SESSION OF THE ft K AND
LODGE AT CHICAGO.
NEARLY EVERY STATE IN THE
OniCAno, Sept. 18 Tho Grand Lodgo
of Independent order of Odd-Fellows of
tliu United States commenced its annual
session in this city to-day. I'ast Grand
Master John G. HobcrU, delivered tho
addicss of welcome, which was responded
to by Grand Sire Fred. 1). Stuart.
, To-morrow tho grand procession of Odd
Follows will pass through tho streets, and
promises to bo tho finest display of tho
kind ever wjnesscd.
Tho following states aro represented:
Maryland, Massachusetts, 'ow Yor,
Pennsylvania, District of Columbia, Dela.
ware, Ohio, Louisinna, Now Jcrsoy, Kent
tucky, Virginia, Indiana, Mississippi, Mis
soun, Illinois, Connecticut, Texas, Tenncs
sco, South Carolina, Alabama, North Car
olina, Georgia, Maine, Now Hampshire,
Michigan. "Wisconsin, Vermont, Iowa, Ar
kansas, lthodo Island, Florida, Minnesota,
California, Colorado, Nevada, AVcst Vir
ginia. Kansas, Nebraska, and Oregon.
Dolegates nro also present from Ontario,
SUMNER AND WILSON
Boston, Mass., Sept. 18. -Tho Adver
tiser to-morrpw will havo the following!
Wo havo boon ntitlinrWml ) (inntii
Sumner and "Wilson
dcoply regret and duploro tho extraordi
nary canvass which Gon. Butler has pro
clpftaled upon the commonwealth, and
osDeclallv his attacks nilnl lw n.iiin
state irovernmont and tha rnnnlllinn
of Massachusetts, and in thoir opinion his
Humiliation as n canamaio lor govornor
would be hostllo to tho host intorests of
the commonwealth and ot tho republican
San Francisco, Sept. 18. Advices
from Tuscan, Arizonia, of Sept. 9, report
that Gon, Crook has mado n troaty with
tho Cbayollo and Apaches, by which tho
latter agrees to join forces witli tho whites
in a campaign against tho hostllo Apaches,
Another rumor says tho chief Clio died
from thooil'ocls of wounds received in it
fight with Mexican troops in Sonora.
Tho Apiiches linvo driven all tho millers
at Turkoy crook into l'rescott, and killed
a hordor in Vails Do Chino.
Gon. Crook is satisfied of his ability to
conquor tlio Apaches if left alone
THE HODGE DEFALCATION
SET APART AS A RESERVATION
COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS AT
"Wahiiinoton, Septembor 18. It is un
derstood that tho witnesses in tho Hodgo
dolalcation caio will bo summonod beforo
tho urand jury to-morrow.
Tho vnlloy of Tallarosn, twenty miles
wido and thirty long, has boon set apart
ns a reservation for southern rovint;
ho committee appointed by' tho com'
miisioncr ol patents to cxum.no tlio lest!
mony and listen to tho defenso in tho case of
Jl. (1. Norton, suspended from practice in
tho patent ollieo for irregularities in the
prosecution of clai.ns, have just rendered
their report, which is adverse to Norton.
A. K. Ilucic, n member of congress from
Alabama, has been appointed collector of
customs at Mobile.
London, SeptornW 18. Tlio proposed
demonstration In favor of tho ttrikers has
been postponed. Foreiuti workmen urc
daily iirriviii!' ut Nuwcustlu and Gates
head. At u mas mooting of workmen at
Newcastle, yesterday, it was resolved to
continue the strike.
TIIK RUSSIAN PRESS ON PRUSSIA.
Tho liufcsiuu press is generally vigorous
in its attacks upon I'rutsia.
OONE TO MEET PR. I.I VINUSTONE.
Advices from Zanzibar unnounce tho
receipt of positive intelligence of the safe
ty of Dr. Livingstone. A party of Amer
icans are hurrying to Ins rescue.
TIIK WAR WITH C0I1EA.
A dispatch from Shanghai says that tho
French diplomatic representative f .its re
ceived a telegram from his government di
recting him to mako common cauo with
the Americans in tho war with Corea.
STEAMS HIP ARRIVALS.
The steamships Paraguay and Idaho
touched at Malta and proceeded to Liver
Pari.-., September 18. It is rumored
that an election for coancsel general will
be held in October.
Tho disarmament of tho national guard
is progressing quietly.
Tho mortality in Parli lust week was
about ono hundred less than that of the
It is said the republicans arc preparing
for grand manifestation on the 'JOth in
stant, tlio first anniversary of tho occupa
tion of tho city of Borne by Italian troops,
mit riuuisorucr is appreuenueu.
It is semiofficially stated that the defi
ciency in tho revenuo for tho present year
will probably bo covered without the Im
position of uny new taxes.
It is rumored that Lonscy has resigned
his seat in the assembly.
A serious railroad accident occurred to
day at Champaignc. Five porsons were
killed and a large number wounded.
who has been very ill, has recovered.
A dispatch from .Marccil.es says the
Govornor has been summoned to Ver
sailles to consult with Theirs on tho ques
tion of the disarmament of tho national
guards in tho department Brouchcs and
Charleston, S. C, September 18.
The colored lieutenant governor of South
Curolinin and cliirmai; ot tho republican
btuto executive committee, lias published
n letter in tho News, etrongly opposing
tho proposed declaration of "luurtlul law.
He thinks tho civil power is amply suffi
cient t repress nil oxlatlng disorder, and
that inartful law i s n remedy would bo
worso than tho disease.
Ono death from yellow fevor has occurr
ed during tho past -4 hours.
CORNER STONE CEREMONIES.
Boston, Sopt. 18 At noon to-day busl
nois was gonerully suspended, and" Hags
displayed on public and private buildings
to show tlio public interest in tlio formal
laying of tho cornor stonu of the soldier's
and sailor's monument on Boston Con.,
tuoiuanii .funglit lumiilurs Irom hatisas,
Ohio. Po'insyTvnnia, New York, Now
Jersey, Maryland, Wisconsin, Iuwit, Mis
sissippi, Tennessee, lllinoii', Kentucky,
LouUiami and other states, havo arrived
to attend tho Grand Conclavo Command
ory of tho United Statos and Boyal Arch
Chaptorof tho United States, which com
mences its session to-morrow.
steamer commonwealth partly ik.
btr0yed iiy kirk.
Sr. Louis. Sopt. 18. Tlio texns nnd a
portion of tlio cabin of tlio steumor Com
monwealth, lying at tho Kast St. Louis
landing, was liurnod this morning, Loss
Clevklani), O., September 18. Chief
Jiihtico CIihsu arrived tn this city this eve
ning and is the guest of Col. 11. Chnrsons.
Ho goes east to-morrow.
Mr. Chase's health is re-established, and
ho nxpects to bo In "Washington in season
for tho ndjaurncd cession of tho supremo
court In October.
ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1871.
Cairo, 111., Sept. 18 10.46, p.
"War Department, Signal Service, U. S.
A. division of lolcgrami and reports for
tho bonofit of Commerce. The fallowing
is tho official meteorological record for tie
i!4 hours ending 10:46, p. m.
-? v s j 5
g j S S
t ? a p a a
aoiii was iot M tl
30.CT7 Vi-M 50.91 47 7S M
30:21 aO;IO 30:01
30.C3 2.l 30:00 3 79 M
3n:0fi 30.00 .10:0.1 ffl i M
30.04 30:01 10:19 71 i
30;13 3.0ll !;M t 70 ' M
30:12,30.01 30.OJ 73 IH
.-:23 30:06 14.04 13 M 71
mi. in 'jy.wi jo 02 19 U U
m$i mm sv:ii a en 62
30.37 VIM 30:0.) 4 11 Mi
130-07 tJ:9l,tJ;9f, (i, 7.J '
i):l 30.01 3):14 -S4 M M
ItJ-.Hi 23;73:74 72 74 71
30;19 S0.07iSO;'7 71 61 7U
SI. Louie, Mo....
SI. Paul, Minn..,
"Washinoton, D. Cm Sept. 18. Tno
highest barometer hai oxtonded eastward
over tho middle and eastern states, but has
fallen during tlio day, and is now central
in Delaware A small area of low pres
sure has advanced over Minnesota, south
eastward to the northern part of Lake
Michigan, with brisk winds circulating in
a small area around it, which amounted to
u north-east galo during thu night. On
Lakes Michigan and Huron light north
west winds with rising barometer. In tho
nnHiilfist rtTmlrli' u-nnlliip lm, (nA.,lt.1
.. v. w.w.au , vi. v. , una iiuiuiiuu
from Maino to irginia, nnd also in south-
urn jnuianu anu mo i;iiii slates
until this ufternoor., when
cloudv weather I now renorteil uitli nr.
caslonal local rains.
Tl'o baromotcr has risen ut tho Bocky
Mountains and Pacific stations.
Tho barometer will probably fall very
gencraly on tho lower lakos and Atlantic
coast, nnd tho disturbnnco on lake Michi
gan will move eastward, extending iato
the middle states. On Tuesday cloudy
weather with occasional light rains U
probablo for tho southern anclgulf states,
ltising barometer with clearing tempera
ture is probablo on tho upper lakes.
Brisk winds on tho lower lakos to-night
and Tuesday morning.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York, September 18.
GOLD Steady at 1131.
GOVERNMENTS Steady and dull.
New Orleans, Sept. 18.
FLOUU Dull. Superfine $5, XX $0,
XXX S6.40a6.50. .
COBN White mixed 74c, whilo 75c.
OATS Quiet at G3a5jc,
BRAN Dull at 1.13.
HAY None hero.
PORK Dull and lower. Mess $14 a
BACON Quiet at 8.i8Ju8la9Ja9J.
HAM Choice sugar cured lierco"18c.
LARD Higher. Tierco 10J, keg llj
SUGAR No market.
MOLASES No morket.
COFFEE No Stock.
St. Louis, September 18.
WnE AT Strong. No. 3 rod hli-bor
CORN Nothing doing.
OATS Lowor. Bulk mixed on track
BARLEY" Steady at 82J for choico
RYE Better at C3c.
WHISKY Firm at 00c.
HORK Firm as $13.
BACON Strong. Shoulders " j clear
LARD Steady at 0a9Jc.
Cincinnati, September 18.
COTTON Firm; low mldd'lng, ID a
WHISKY -In good doiiinnd at !iOi.
POUIwMi-as h.'ld at Sa.OQ.
BULK MrJATS-Sold nt C n OJc for
shoulders and clear rib sides.
II A(!OVllr,l,l ill 11 n N, ft,p 1., .1.
and clear aides; salo of shoulders at 7c.
i.AUU uun ntac 8io bid.
BUTTER firm ut 22 a 21c.
CHEESE 10 a lOlc.
LARD OIL 72c.
Steamor Dick Johnson, Evansvlllo.
11 Dictator, Memphis.
" Florence, Hickman.
" St. Joseph, St. Louis.
11 Illinois, Columbiu.
" Mullie Ration, Evansville.
Steumor Dick Johnson, ICviinsvlllc.
" Dictator, Grand Tower.
" Indiana, Now Orb an.
" St. Jnseiih, .Muuipliin.
" Illinois. CulumliiH. '
" Mallle R-igon, Kvatisvlllc.
Steamer Bee, Now Orleans'.
" Belle Memphis, St. lolls,
" Tom Jasper, St. Lou.8.
" Colorado. St. Loul i
Jas. Fisk, Jr., Padiicah,
Southwestern, St. Louis.
Legal Tondor, Paducah.
Mlnnlo, St. Louis.
A. Baker, Capo Girardeau.
Steamer Bee, St. Louis.
liellu Momphls, Memphis.
Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
Sullie. St. Louis.
Minnie. Wliltn rlvi.iv
" Legal Tendor, Memphis,
" Lldu Norvall, Metropolis.
110ATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Stcniuor Tom Jiispor, New Orlemis,
uuiiiwesiorn, inow urieaus,
City of Chester, .Memphis,
Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
John Lumsden, Kvansvillc.
Tho Ohio nt this port U (till i.Uing,
nnd ilnco last report has fallen two Inches.
Tho Mississippi is stationary. From par
tics who wont down Sunday on a tour of
inspection to Bacon Rock we loam that
thero is but 24 Inches water on tho rock.
Thcro Is considorablo difference of opinion
as to whethor it is tho Hindoo or Bacon
Rock, but parties who nro old steamboat
men and who havo resided in our city for
tho past sixteen years, sny it Is tho rock
that tho Henry D. Bacon struck when sho
was sunk-, ana sinco that timo it has been
known as tho Bacon rock.
Thero is an obstruction, supposed to bo
an old coal bargo, about 200 feet abreast
oi mo slough oolow tho coal yard, which
lies in tho channel and has bcon hit bv
several boats during tho last fow days.
lapiain Al. Harmon went down Sunday
anu pin a buoy on It. Ho reporU only 4J
ieei on mo wreck.
Business on tho landing was good.
Freights aro plenty and aro moving for
ward rapidly. Weather cool and haxy.
Thoro was a heavy fog on tho Mississippi
during Sunday night.
Tho Dick Johnson arrived with a fair
trip for the South.
Tbo Dictator had a tow of empty barges
for Grand Tower.
Tho Ind iann departed Sunday aflorndon
for New Orloans with a ioo! tr!n nf
0 ..... v.
freight und passengers. Sho took In tow
an empty bargo to be used as a lighter in
c:uo sho grounds.
Tho Mallio Ragan brought down a fair
trip of rcshipping freight.
I ho Boo, front Now Orlcanr. had a tow
Tho Belle Memphia orrivod 3C hours be
hind time, caused by having to lay up at
night and sounding all tho crossings.
The Tom Jasper was aground at Povr
era' Island. Sho reporU that as-being tho
worst place in tho river. Sho could find
but 4 foet 5 inches thcro with a stick. Sho
had to lighlon bofore she could cross Lib
Tho Colorado was several hours be.
hind timo, having layed by both nights
out. She received considerable freight
here for Vicksbnrg and way.
Tho James Fisk brought 14 bbls of ar.
pies, 3J4 sacks corn, C3 bales hay and 179
bbls. flour for Now Orleans, and 300 bdls.
staves aud 13 sacks cabbage for this city.
Capt. Smcdly who has been in command
or nor sinco she has been in tho trado has
resigned his position and it succcodcd bv
Capt. Joo Fowler of Paducah. Capt.
Fowlor is well-known along tho river, and
liked by all who know him for his mahy
gentlemanly qualitlos, and he will no
doubt win frosh laurels for tho Fisk.
Tho Southwestern came out with a light
trip but fills out hero with all tho frolght
The Julia was so unfortunato as to hit
the rock in tho mouth of tho Ohio, break
ing about 40 timbers. Sbo blow a alrnal
of distress and tho tug Montauk, over
rcauy m timo of need, wont to ho assis
tance and pullbd her oft". Tho damages
wero not serious and she proceoded on her
Tlio A. Baker, front Capo Girardoau.
had a medium trip. Sho worked 24 houts
at tho Emilia La liart-p. prnnn,l t
Brooks, and when sho left was still hard
It was roportodyostordav that tho C. B.
Church, bound down, had run into tho
bank nt Twin Sisters, durine Sunday
night, and had damagod herself, but to
what extent is notlknown.
That 'ur Umpiro, Commodoro Hughes'
Infuriated flagship, will dopart for Louis
vlllo to-day at 4 p.m. Tho Gray Eagle
still ciiiinmiidj, Old Whoo-wo still gab
bles and Conversation Tonoy is master of
tho foreeiHtlo. Wo cornmond this craft
und refer tliu upward-bound to Jim Biggs,
her special rlvor agent, satii dictum.
Tho following remarkable run of the !
steamor Katiu is tukon from tho Now
Orleans Timea, 13th : "Captain Whito of
tho steamer Katie having yestorday com
pleted tho general rojuvonntion of his
steamer, invited a few of his friends for a
shoit excursion up tho rlvor. Backing out
frpiu the foot of Jackson slroet, whoro
sho had been lying , sho proceoded down
the river about tho distanco of ix squaro,
whenco she started up stream. Pasting
the elevator, tho starting point, tho timo
was t.oted to bo 10:38. Currollton wharf
i Was p.issod at 10:5 , ut ll:2 she roaehed
I H.irry Hill's Onto and niBod Klkhorn
I Landing at 11:211. .M,,l,tig tho entire
' run' in 51 J uiimiU's, Tlio result was tiK'St
I n.l. .i.hlng to Cap'nln While nnd I is
frifiula in view ofthef..ct that ihy wind
1 w i. ilfnd h1"iu1 Iip hiird'y hoped to cqllal
I the uveregu limn nude 1 y tho fust ones.
ui I'uursu mo iriomi' er the steamer are
jubilant pvor hor performance and confi
dant Unit alio can do butter. Tho distanco
und timo madu were ns follows:
From St. Mark's Market tu uluvat.ir,: mile,
time allowed, 7 ml.iiiti.-i ; from oluvalor to
Currollton, 7 miles, 17 mln.j lrum Carroll
tou to Hill'B Gate, 7 miles, 29 in in.; from
Hill's Gato to K'khorn landing, 3 miles.
Time, from SI. Mary's Market to Elkhorn
landing, 18 miles, ut) minutes.
Captain J. 11. Mitratta has purchased
the steumor Tobo Hurt for f 0,600.. Ho will
run hor in tho Sablna river.
Tho La Crosse Domocrat reports " tho
wator so low in tho Mississippi river that
steamboats havo to keep whistling to koop
cows out of tho channel. Many captains
nro having cow-catohora put on their
boats." Wo suppose thnt tho noxl movo
will bo to put drivers under tho hull and
call thorn first-class dining and sleeping
Clly Natieual aUak. Bulimias;.
Bpeclal atteatloa paid to orders
from boat j
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV
CAIRO ONE DAY ONLY!
TneailMy, September 3fllh,l$7l.
Twcnt'.eth Annual Tour of
LAKE'S IUPFO OLYMPIAD
Ho( TlKiroutclily trgnnlel mikI 4'oiu
irir in mi
L'nilor Ihn Management tit
MADAME AGNES LAKE.
Tlieonlr Company TraTeltlng Itiir a C. run J
Free Ilalloon AhkciihIoii,
Something entirely new, ami which tv.n oriain.
---' 17 iiii"v"iiii.u,i nmi xiiirfi Hiivinpi
t-il by otli.m without iiiceesi-.
IN ITS PltO-
Ttie Illuminated pictorials are eiart rcpreaonta-
iivmiil .lie rriuillinni.v anil ariisuc
eleganeiea which render tbla
Ttie Kqueetrlnn Deimrtment,
Under tho laintedialo auperTislon of the gentle
luuiii auu i.-i.-uiiipji8neii nriinr,
Mb. LEVI J. NORTH,
brilliant anil tlri'llv l. Dm '
Gramlitl Concentration of Talent
Ever erg inlaiJ inono combination, select J from
Tlio Moat KiulnentNtans
Uf Europo and America.
The mom and actompllaliej equestriennes,
as-Moit (klllful ami erartful en,iie!ra!a,
nL.Most Intrepid and thrilling gymnast.
Most Wonderful aid Superb
TRAINED HORSES ANE PONIES
Presenting a'eerles ol marvelous perfermances;
Mixlelaortiraeo and Elegance,
ilfhJh!.l?8Ui7! 0fKnltfttionoTerall olb.
ere thai hato h Iherto nulled this aecllon of
eouutry, and miikliiK all vompetllors lu
Beauty, Perfection, Tuloiit,
NOVEL AND ORIGINAL
Remeaibcr the draml
HALLOO N ASSENS'ION
Free J l'rcel I
And takes place evory nflerncon from Ihl circus
TWO PERFOMANCE DAILY,
Al o'clock mid 7 o'clock, u.ni.
"J I aaMSaiaaaBl
ST. LOUIS FAIR.
BctiB Oct. 3nd and Continue until
H4O.OO0 1!V PRF..mtIMN.
'SEND Ton CATALOG U.
A. n, PA II RETT, rreildont,
(j. O. KALI), Secretary.
BT. LOUIS TRADE, NAMK, nUSI.VKSS AND LO
CATION or LEADING WHOLESALE AJf D
ihl'p.V;-, '"Jerswhoconteaiplale tlslllnc
mado ami are itrlctly nrtt-cla.ii.
Lookm Ola.e, Piclurn Framet, 4c. Oeorco
M. HardlBit N, rmti itreet.
, . ARTIFICIAL A11US AND LKUg.
I'rlfe Llat free Lel I,ockwood, MS Pino Ht,
ST. LOUIS ALK DRRWRRT.
e. F. Toung Co.. 113 V. Commercial it.
IIAOd AND BAOOIVO.
M A I, Chase, 17, .V Main street.
fltTAR) 1IA3KET UA.f UFACTOnY.
OM Fleming Co, loss Main, manufacturers of
sur naaketa for Grain, Uundry, Ao.
nnntrvi t t. .-i-inii.i,
Seaa for c.alo;ue. J W Melntyre, No 4 aauth
ST. LOUIS HOOK A KKWB CO.
Wholtialeyiatloners, Ac, VU N Fourth atreet.
1100KMKLLKR8 (law and general).
Houle, Tliomas A Wlnnr.2lfl N Klfth.
IIILLIARD TAlir.KK. Innrivn nt icaia
Picinro Kramei, te. J11II11. llalke, Thonmen A
11 Carter 1 Co, a K eorner Ilk nnd Wnlnu',
Henry Timkln, Sit A 810 Nautn Street.
ExceUlor Manufacturing Co., 61-JNMalu street.
Oreen k Clark, Suoo I'ine aireel.
Reary Elch, 1324a Scream itreet.
ead for Catalogue Circular. Jonathan ionee.
rreaidcnt, corner Fifth and Olive.
DRY OOODH (WIIOI.E8ALK AKD RETAIL).
William Ilarr A Co, cor Sth A It Chsilen:
KNOINB, BOILER ASD SHEET IROK WORKS.
aix. vruiier a uo, iim. slain atreet.
KXOIXES (rORTADLE AKD STATIONARY).
Gotten and Compresses. Smith, Begga A Co,
(00 Main, cor Mortrin.
FURS'lTUBB J 11EDDINO, (WHOLESALE AND
Curtla k Slaaea, 310 Wanhlnfton arenue.
FURNITURE, (WHOLESALE AND RETAIL).
Sole agent for Jones' Pat lied spring. J n Crane,
iw an rourtn street.
FURNITURE, (WHOLESALE VND RETAIL).
Sanford 0. Scarntt, N S corner 4th A Locust,
branch homo 114 Market st.
OUNS, riSTOLS AND AMMUNITION,
lmportcra and Jobbers. H Folsem A Co, sJ A
C21N Main street.
Schnelle A Qocrl, nweorlthaod Mullanphy.
LEATHER AND SHOK VINDINOS."
Sole Agent Anglo Machiae Silk. Harvey f Tetto
mer. 021 K Fourth at,
MILLINERY, STRAW O.0OD8, HIDnONS,HILK9,
Ac.Impeneri AJoibers. Waters, Todd A Cc,
409 Nj Fourth st.
TATENT aOLICITORS, (U.S. AND rOItKION.J
Prlndlc A Dyer, S E cor Sth and Pine St St Lou!u,
Ho, and Washington, DC.
FRINTINO INK MANUFACTORY.
BThalman.Ilsl at, near Chonteau are,
RAILWAY St MANUFACTURERS'
Supeliea, Iron A Wood Working Machinery.'
...... i'uu.ico a, ii ooum rntn street,
BCALV.'S, (FAIRBANKS STAVnilin I
Fairbanks, Qrecnleaf a Co, SOiHWashlngton arJ
SEWING MACHINES, (XOISELESS).
tWillcox andGlbbs, 303 N Fourth St,
RTO.VEWARK AND TIPE UAvnrieTnnt-
ror.cquocu. eewera and e.ilrerl., St Lo'uU
v.v, ivo r ourtfi,
1 fWAti w
E.liiLII.I,ed In ISM A Durgln 305 N Serenth a
ll-K FOUNDRY AND I'APER HOUSE,
St Louis Tpe Foundry Co 123 Pino at
Aldeu A CIj- s'i318 4iid 31: Spruce et
I'lANOI, (IIKLL TIIKIII.S 1'IANOs).
Kaeliiry and .l,.rooiii UT ami 30J Clioleau ar
fll or end lor illustrated
aouthuchte'ti agency for the lluidelt Organs
fit wuii MANUFACTUHINa C(J
S T It I P K yf
KKXTUCICV JWA, EXTRA,
LARGE STOCK OP OABPETINO,
HU KttrHtk Maw Claalat;
VERY LOVT FIGURES.
C0BK1B, 8TB T., AD COMMMCUIvAT.,