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lite Evening bulletin
EUULUUKU J1Y JOUK U. OMXRLTC A. CO.
M. H. 1IARRKLL, AHBOCIATR XDITOR.
MONDAY, JULY 26. 1869.
lllliiola Central ft. IS., Changeor Time,
Tho t rains now leave as fdlfdWs:
Mall trains leave nt 2 o'clock a.m.
hxprOM" " ........i..........i0 " p.m.
COM I NO SOUTH.
If All train arrive nt jj o'clock a.m.
Express " " t.oj ji.m.
Way, leave nt , n..4:3& o'clock a.m.
K.jprCM, " 4:Ju ' p.m.
Way, arrive at .. '.. 6:30 ftm
Express ' .,., 7: " a.m.
Dully, Sundays excepted. s
Arrival anil Uepart are of Mall.
(Cairo Pml OnVe.Ksliiiiary 2, 1)
(Time of closing.)
North (way) i4 p.m.. ....11:00 p tr).
nnrin (through 3:8n.M... a.vp.ra.
Hoolh (through and way). 4:00n.m-....ll:00 p.m.
Komh (Memphis N. O.J.. 4t00 o.nt 4.00 p.m.
Ohio Hirer rmito 8:00 n.m 0:00 p.m.
illfiflnnl Itlvrr ronto.1
Tuesday ami Fridays... (1:00 p m.
Charleston, Mo., Tiiemlaya
Thursday AHnliirday., 11:00 a.m
. T:00 p.m.
mooes, itoona iian'' tmi
HanlaKo - 6.00p,mKri. IfiJ a.m. Pat.
Ohlo Illvo route depart every Uy exrept Monday.
J. M.OKAIIAM, 1' M.
"W. W. K. panegyrizing Dorii Shaw,
In Io'vo-hIpIc rliymo, exclaims:
It thou known Mr and woe I
Then lake my sympathy,
Tlioro now I If that doesn't fix Dora
all right, sIio'h Incorrigible.
, Cairo Lodgf, No. 237, A. F. & A. M.
ArMvlll hntil u stated communication
tbl Monday evening, July 20. A. L.,
6S09, at 8 o'clock. Visitors fraternally
Invited. IJy order of tho W. M.
Chas. Forhest, Sec.
'What incitnt tho tcrrlflc explosloii
heard by everybody last ngbt ubuut 0
o'clock? For tho time It was feared that
a Mcatnboat hud exploded in tho vlclnl
ly; but tlih four being dissipated, It was
conjectured that n cannon had been fired
at Mound City; or that a tremendous
tree hud fallen Homcwhere iu the neigh
boring bottoms. Tho nolno was unlike
that of thunder. What occasioned It Is
detailed in another plucc-
Thc Lovec railroad from Relmonl to
Helena, ArkatniV", I? an undertaking that
will Involve the outlay of about $10,000,
000, or o HUiq live times greater than t(fe
assessed valuo of all tho property, real
and personal, of all the counties travenotl
by the road. Yet there lire those who
afreet the belief thnt the country can
build tho road!
Pemiscot county has given her nwnmp
lantlx, but these will go about as far to.
ward building the road, as a countiy
church collection would go toward pay
log oir the national debt.
Tho popular llttlo steamer Win. White,
plying dully between Cairo and I'aducah,
Iirh been thoroughly overhauled, and
put in splendid condition. Shn look, In
truth, llko u now boat The gontleiuen
in command of her are very acconimo
datlng end enjoy tho confidence of every
person along tho lino of the route. Shu
makes her trips with railroad exactncks,
her ofllcerrt give the wants of tho trade
the closest and most natiNfuclory atten
tion, and, we are glad to hear, aro build
lug up a paying buslncis.
The White U well Milted to the trude,
and all business legitimately belonging
to it, should bo concentrated upon her.
Call for "Barrett's" and talco no other
Tho exhibition by the German Turner,
at Flora Garden, last night, culled out a
largo crowd of spectators. A stago was
impiovtscd on tho platform in front of
tho house, that answered a very good
purjtoso, Tho tableaux prcsonted con
slated chiclly or human pyramids formed
by the members of tho company, topped
flfTata dazzling hlght by a llttlo boy;
Tho effect of tho red lights upon theso
was very beautiful.
Tho German brass band and Wlttig's
trlng band furnlshod music; The en
tertainment was prolonged until after
ten o'clock, and, ah fr as we oould leyn,
was entirely satisfactory.
Ab -elegant and vory enjoyable party
wa given by llttlo Miss Carrio Kelly,
fialurday evening, byway of celebrating
her eighth birth-day. Hosts of llttlo
flrlBwero thero from all parts or tho
city, and as they enjoyed tho freedom of
tho house (tho Antrim) it may safely be
conjectured that they had a lively tlnio
of it. A fine repast was spread, rich In
all those nick-nacks for which children
have so koon a relish, and that the , llt
tlo creatures did It ample Justice neod
not bo Insisted unon. About night-fall
tho nartv broko up, and ft fow minutes
afterwards llttlo tongues, n
all parts of the city, .were
busy with words of praise of llttjo
Carrie Kelly's party.
A Noiihlble Community.
'Pwimtv.nno bushings firms In West
Point, Miss., subscribed for 600 copies of
tho West Point 'Herald' recently, pay
ing $1,000 for tho same, and seuv them
out among tho peoplo whosu patronugd
they wore advertising for. Thnso West
Point people know how to support ft local
Tho peoplo of West Point not only
know how to nupport their local paper
but how to add to tho substantial pros
uerlty of their town. Wo commend
their example to tho consideration of the
citizens of Cairo, with no expectation
' that It will be Imitated, buttoshow thorn
how they may, If they will, wake frlonda
for themselves, Jor the ojty, and at tho
sumo time Increase tho usefulness of
The Karthqaake Ihla Morning.
At half past two o'clock this morning
the light sleepers of the city were
awakened by a Tery dltlnef'BhoekfaB
earthquafrt, IWMjarrtry short dura
tion, lasting, perhap,,not more than
two secondi. Its mot.brfj1.k'tMt'6f tbo
2nd Inst., waa from east to west.
A FrfgM.al 0Ttatoii of Nature.
Acltlzon.of New Madrid Informs us
present month, caused It Violout upheaval
of ttie earUj,. ata point near Gayoao, Jn
PemhWrtt county, one o'f the cfTccts of
which was tbo oponlngbf a frightful ori
fice in a sandbar opposite, that village.
Tho waters of tho Mississippi rushed In
to tho opening with the roar of a hurri
cane, and wero thrown, by tho closlngW
the fissure, far up iuto thealr a hundred
feofror frtoroA1 'F ' '
. lice AfTrt'm.
Hnnh nliill In nnlloH nfTttlrn nn hus lire-
vaI led during the prcasentmonth finds no
parrallel In tho prevjoua'.tilstory or our
clty.f At tho present' time the calabooso
'h"a4orily four lnmatcarid, for the llrst
timo forsoveral ruquthscbntalns no fe
malo prisoner. Tlqro" have been no
commlMals slnco Friday, and there aro
norio In prospoclTWe IiiVIlo" Tftducah
and KvansVllle tocomparo thla. condi
tion of morals with their own, and
nlMuvfrv of Coal
Dr. Harris baa discovered a deposlto of j
cool, In this county, opposite commerce,
Mo., that Is oxcltlng considerable Interest
In tho neighborhood. Mr. H's lnres
ligations have been highly satisfactory.
Ho has gono fhrough orie stratum four
teen Inches thick. another four feet thick,
and at tho depth of sixteen feet reached
what he considers tbo main seam. This
lannbitn fn nn Hotlbt tllO same M that tO
which we havomado frequent reference
as hating oeen tappea ai a point oa .nr.
Thcro will be a nociableut Philharmon
ic Hall Thursday evening, iu tho Inter
est of the Orphan Asylum, The occasion,
will bo yarled by tho presentation of;
tableaux, vocal and Instrumental m'uiic,
etc. Refreshments, In the nature of Ice-,
cream, cake, cotifectlousflemouadefetc.,'
will be on sale In the hall. Tho price of
admission has been fixed at 2-5 cent".
Thoso who feel that tho Orphan Asy
lum has claims upon tho public should
attend. They can, by spending a few
hours In pleasant company and by mlu i
istering to their appetite forluxurlen, put;
money In the depleted treasury of thot
orphan's home. Jy20-8t
It Is somewhat astonishing that
with all our Improved machinery and
advanced condition of raarlno architect
ture, the steamer J. M. White, built ln
Pittsburg over a quarter, of a century
ao-n.Ntaiids on 'the record' as havhig ae-
comnllshed the quickest trip ever mado:
between 2Jew Orleans anu uoiro. vnen.
themagnllJcent Richmond was put on
,m trial i rin It wftH nrtidlctcd of her that
alio wou!d make the same trip Inside oi
three days, or, In other words, beat tho
Whlte'a time over six nours. uui mo
... a a 1 1 .1 a
career of tho Jilcnmonu nas laueu iu
verify theso predictions.
Th tlmo of tho White, tho Ecllpso,
Reindeer and R E. Leo Is stated as fa .
lows, In the Pittsburg 'Commercial:
o. it. M.
J.M. White, N-w Orlmtu to Cairo-3 0 a
llluir,wOtllanitoCttlro... ....3 w
Klndr, w Orlram to Cairo. J U M
R. K Ui'i New Orleans to talro...3 IS w
Ttio 'Commercial' says that the Whlto
mn ntrnitiBt arlsluc rlvcrall tbo way up:
nnd brides this there were no wood lUts
In her day arid Bho was compelled to wood
ofTtbe bank, Instead of employing steam
era with wood on board to assist her, as
ttiA Kcllnsn and Reindeer did. Further
more the White never attempted but thp
ouo fast run. Had sho employed the aids
dod bv tlio Ecllme. her time to
Cairo, It Is believed, would have been, in -
sido of three uays.
Jt speaks but.lndlfferently o( our ad
vancement In the art of steam naviga
tion, that, after tho lapse or twenty-five
years, the WbJto's tlmo stands Un
Jack Hodges and other cltleens of Al
exander county, obtained from tho latt
Illinois legislature, tho ferry right oppo
site Capo Girardeau, for a period of Ave
years. The right embraces three miles
of the Illinois shore.
One, day last week Jack visited tho
Cape to "see about tho matter," and
rather astonished tho natives of that
burg by the announcement that ho con
trolled franoblseTupoVwhlcn they wero
Infringing overy hour of the day. Tlio
"Argus," speaking of the matter, ex
the hone that 'tUe conflicting
rights will dot operate to the injury of
the city, and suggests tho formation of a
joint stock ferry, compapy, as a means .of
It Is quite .clear tha Jack hosgota
good thing" In these ferry franchises,
.mi Intends to make something out of it.
If tho Cape ferry company can control a
considerable amount of tho "filthy lu
cre," the way out of their embarrassment
Is open and ea9j If they have not thtf
necessary amount of tho needful about
their habiliments, they will probably seo
Unit nn that wnv before loUK with a
horso boat seivlng the double purposo of
a ferry boat and grist mill,
"Notice is hereby glyou that I will sol
at the court house, on Monday, July 20
ionn in n)s.i..nt .ill I.a Imulu i,wl tnwn
lotsidollnquen for taxea due and unpaid
I . Louis H, Myers, She iff& CbVctar,
I Jy20-0t Alexander Cq., JUt
Sheriff Myers commenced his sale of
lands and lots delinquent on account of
resume, and probably com plo to tho sale,
Lessees of Cairo real cstato represented
by. the upderslgned, upon which Stat
and county taxes , for the year, A D,
1808, remain unpaid, aro hereby notified
that said taxes will be paid by meat
otibo for tho owners of the lots, i wboovl;
alouo, represent In tho matter., And i
Bhali proceed without delay to forfctl the
leases thereon for nonpayment of such
taxes. C Wins-ton;
July 26, 1869. lw. ' ' ', ;
i j. i.i... . . i . .- i
Mr. Pratt, local of tho St. Louis 'Times,'
was In tho city yesterday. Tho object of
his visit is to collect facts thatwllieaablo
him to "write up" Belmont.
tees have ceased to bo luxuries-Hr lhls
Sol's . obscuration takes placo next
Sixty new cars, box arid platform, for
tho Iron Mountain railroad are expected
Tho thlrty.flvb 'unmuzzled, 'hon-tax
paying dogs that aro wont to infest
Tenth Bfreet, have Mover srrielfed gun
powder, and aro utterly oblivious to tho
existence of a dog killer.
The Cairo Silver Cornet band, one of
the most accomplished musical orgauiza.
tlons In Illinois, favored different
portions of tho city with delightful music
Saturday night. We acknowledge tho
masterly execution of a splendid and
somewhat difficult composition, within
the shadow of our domlcll, and shortly
afterwards enjoyed the double compli
ment bestowed upon tho editor and
mayor, In front of his residence on Cedar
Locomotive No. 12 was placed on the
southern division oftho Iron Mountain
railroad last week. The arrival of a new
locomotive, (No. 34) direct from the
works In New Jersey, is expected.
Great demaud for "Barrett's."
Laboring- flrn'n lty ricrlp.
Laboring men to whom city scrip Is
duo on allowances mado for labor uro no
a llttlo exasperated that they cannot re.
celvo It because of tho pointless stub
bornneis of the city clerk. Tho combi
nation of tho city safe was again de
manded of him this morning, but he per
eraptorlly refused to surrender It, defiant
jy telling tho authorities to "go their
length," that ho Intended to retain It
until they expelled him from office,
Ho Is awaro that the safo contains the
scrip book; and tho scrip to which the
city's creditors are entitled cannot be
Issued until the book la obtained, lie
knowB.thatmuch or tho fcrlp In duo to
laboring men who need it in 'tho" 'pur-,
chase of Ibo necessaries of life; yet he
"tubbornly retains tho combination, ap
parently reckless of tho consequences.
The authorities have been lenient and
patient with Mr. Mockler. It now bo
hooves them to tako such action as will
assure him that they aro at least mas
ters of their own affairs, and will not suf
fer tho purposeless stubborn uess of any
man to.frustrato their designs.
KXPLOSIOTtHF A METEOIt.
About nlDO o'clock Jast night a report
... . . . it.-.,., t .
notuniiKe tnat occosioneu uy mo uuny
Ing of a steamboat boiler, excited no llt
tlo Inquiry in our city; and, a number of
citizens, apprehending a steamboat dis
aster, repalrpd to tho river to ascertain,
if possible, if there wero any grounds 'for
their fours. By tho arrival of a steam
boat, a half hour or so ufterwunlH, they
received the assurance that they would
have tosolvo In somo other manner, tlio
mystery of tho report.
Few persons wero out doom at tho mo
ment of the report, tho night being dark,
and the gathering clouds betokening a
storm; but most of thoso who where out,
observed that the noise was followed by
a 1 Ight th at II I u ra I n od th o wh ol o h ea vens.
Onoor twogehtlomcn of the' city, an'da
number of laborers ateng the lino of the
O. 4 V. railroad, observed,' not imly the
light, but observed the causo of It, which
was nothing less than tho bursting of a
meteor, somewhoro not far frora the rail
road crossing of Caoho rlvor. Tbo course
of tho cccentrlo body was observed to bo
at an easy angle toward the earth ; and
when near, or apparently heaTthe
tree lops, it exploded, giving out thd re
port heard and the light seen by .so
many, of our .qltlzous,
Iaa few days wo shall probably hoar
farther of this romarkublo occurrence,
in v! tlu , In the meantime, such facts in
connection Ihrrowith as may servo to
gratify tho curiosity of 'nir reader tor
servo tho ends of eciQiice.
Port Lilt fur (lie 4H lloiira EmiIIuk at
Two oVIocU, 1 .
fitn, Anderon, Colnmoiit. Win White, I'udnoali.
Bello Meinphl,HI, l.oil Uumherlunil, Kanavilh
iiuu con. n""i
lotus No. 3, Pittsburg
Hello Vernon, do
llobert Hums, Mi'iniihltt
taty of Ctiiro, iio
SilvcrSpruy, Ulnclnmitl Longwortli, I.ontsil!i
IMWrencc, do uirmiiT, u,
lien. Anderson. Colimdmn. Wn; White, Pailuculi,
C'uintiprland, Kvonsvlllo Hollo Memphis, Memphis
Armmla, do I.olim JNu. a. Now Urlvapi
Itodert llunns, t'luclnnall RepuUlu, tdo
Alcona, do Kllver Spray, Ha
llll Vcrnou.St. LonU Loiiflivorili, do
Luiniimry, do lUibiooil, ylclisluilg,
Oity of Cairo, do Mtrad(irrLdutdir1ln
lawreucc, do B.Hsmrock, ritIiout
Tho weather was clear and pleasant
from tho date of our last report until
Sunday evening, when a storm passed
t the jiorthward antLahlgh wind passed,
over Cairo. A bill(ant meteor passed
from north to west ab'but Q p. m,,. explod
ing with a loud noise. A tolerably; se
vere shock of an earthquake was felt a
little later, and soon afterwards a heavy
rain commenced- falling, continuing; uA'
ill near morning. The ,eky, coutluusd
overcast with clouds until our report
closes, and tlio air inclose and sultry,
although the. thermometer Indicated on
ly 70 deg. Moro Tain Is confidently ex
The Mississippi Is falling slowly at St.
Louis and at nearly all pdlnts above.
The Missouri is also receding as far as
Tho Ohio is falling at Plttsbnrg, with
only 0 feet water in the channel. It is1
rising from Marietta' down, with soven
feet large in tho chute over tho. falls.
Here the 'river has risen thirteen
Inohcs since Saturday.
Business Is moderate.
The Cumberland brought out 70 bags
wheat, and a few lot sundries for Cairo,
40pkgs stoves ko.,for the I. C. U. R., 802
bags com, 65 bbls Hour and meal, 125
empty whisky barrels, 10 tons sundries
for reshjpinentsoutb, 85 pkgs leather and
stoves for-St Louis.
Capt. Lowth, of the -Cumberland in
forms us that the large new flouring mill
Just completed attihawncetown, by Dan
Jacobs, esq., at a cost of nearly fifty
thousand dollars, was completely des
troyed by fire on Friday night. There
was no lusHranoo on tho building.
The Luminary, Armada, Belle Mem
phis and Lawrence, each discharged
considerable freight hero for Cairo and
rcsblpmcBt to various points.
The Great Republic received hero GO
hhds tobacco, 800 ska corn, and 15 tons
The Wra. White, Captain Northern, is
tbo regular packet for Paducah this p.m.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
--I i.ln " : .'
FORWAItniNG AM) COMMISSION
JVC 33 XI. O'XX'A. mr T !3
i 'I ,'MHAJ , . .wJt aat4M,iC t
70 OHIO WRVEiy.i 70
RS. ADDIE BUCK,
(Coinmomiul aTrnubftwrn Ninth and Tntli ttrci-ts
in tho building- furmrrly occiiil by A.O'Ponnrll,
Manuf&cturrs and dfsHliv
Hair hh1 MllIlMcry ioIt.
Keen n aplcndid rarirty of every kind of Iliur, anJ
and Manufacturea on ihort notlc. llaspritata rooms
(or cutting ladirVand cliildrao's hair.
nrli, wltchra, Hindi Guards, Far Mlaga,
Bracelet and Hair Jewelry Ocarraltjr.
Ladles may har tr.t comblagit of their hair manu-f-tured
In any atvlo draired. ...
A An lotof Milllnrry Uoods alaoon hand. Jau
The t'Sndan ftunrlerlv Kevltw,
The KdliiKliura; Hcvlrw,
The WcilnlHlattr HTlew,
The Morlh Mrltlsli atertew,
Black wee4'a Edluharg Magaalne.
Tho reprints of the kadiDeQuartrillfs and lllaok.
i.in.dt.,ih. iifilioA llerlrwa are men who
.4tand alUio hmut oftlia lut uf frifiUih writers on
..science -nrlisivn,' Art nmi uenvrsi i.ucrmun-, iuiu
uliatoreris uortliy of dlsctuslon rinds attention in
the iirc of those Review and llackwool. Tho va
riety la o great that no subcrllr can fail to bo patis
tled. Thews ioriodiciU ire printed with thorough
tiilellty totheKnglUhcopy, nnd nre nirxriNt at prices
which plare them within reach of all.
Terns for 1HS9. Ynr
Any one of the Rariews - 4 00
Any two of th IUit... 7 00
Any thrco of Uio.Ivde-. , lu to
All four of th lUlim.....j...i 11 (HI
lllackwood's MaKiuine - 4 00
wooii aro now iiiuitpt-naauiu iu iui mimo.1 virroiwp
ttirinnflrua fully informed witli'Teirnnl to tlio ral
subjects of the day. as viewed by fha l" aehftlara
n.l ..n.lat ll.inLor: In I'.trAl llriUill. 1 1 10 t'Olllfl-
lllnckwood nnd any onolterlew..... r T 0Q
Klockwood und any two Rflw.l,.i,..,, i..,'10 an
lllacku ood and any three Hot lews.,,.. 13 00,
lllackMood snt thiefouratVliws-.tij 13 Co
A discount of tAvoty .per cent, -a III lw allovrel to
clubs -of four or morn prsan. Thus, fourcoptcsof
liUckfood, or of one' of tho lleview, will he sonl ta
ono address fur f 13 so.
Subei-riliers should prepay hy tho quarter, at he
otllco of dellviry The poatni to any art oftho
United States Is two rcKT a number. Tlilarnto only
applies to r.urreut mWrlittoui, Kor baek numlx-M
the postao Is donbto.
Tcraaa tu Jivw Muluterlbcrs.
Now subscriber to any two of the above periodi
cal for UC'J will bo entitled to rolve, keratin, tiny onn
of tho four Review for New iiilworllmrs to all
five of tho periodicals' for ItWii.ntay reeslve, urnli,
llliickwood or any two of the four lievlons for iiM,
Hubaorlbws may, by npplytiiK curly, obtain lack
seta of tho Itovlewa from January, ItxS, to Ileoomticr,
1808, and of lllaokwiiud'n Muusuine from, January,
1W0, to Peoemlier, IWi, at iMlf tho current ubcriji
IMT Neither premiunia osubs;rlbcrsi.iordi'r?otnt
to club, nor reduced prices for buck iuiidIxtk, tun bo
itllowed, imlef the muney i remitted direct to the
publishers. No prciuluin inn be given lo'clubs,
, Tk Iieamavrt Nott, Fublt.blua- Co ,
110 Fulton fctrt( New Vot-
Tht L.W. i'Un. CO, aljo publish tlus
by Henry Rtephens, of Kdlugturir, niul tho latt J,
Norton, of Yale Colt go. 'J vol-, rcyal octv o,l,o
im, nd a.'imoro.u. frwwriiujs,. j-rfwH K0)f
ihs (yo To.hitt'jr w'l, post pTid.v
ii i t
C. IV. PUNNING, M. P.
REHIDKNCK Cor. Otl and AValMMt , RtrH
OKKlfJB-Cor. Otli Street unit Ohio Levee.
OKI'ICE HOUnS-Krom 9 a.m. to la m., and frsas
3 to a p.m. dccUU
K. W. It. SMITH,
PHYSICIAN AND hUKGEON,
orrici'.i ISO c3ihbrciai avenue
(Oicr Ilnnnon'a Book HtoroO, ,
Healdoncp, No. 31 Thirteenth titrost.
gAINT OHAIUiKS IIOTKL,
Cair o, Illinoia,
Till: ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
The only FMST-CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
Is now in themoit unexceptionable order for frucets)
Th pl f-nmtnrr.
llnggage CnrrlrtI to nn! from the Hotel
free of Charge.
Day Hoard, Ticrnty-I'ivc Dollars per month
JCWETT WILCOX 4 CO.,
001)1 WOOD 1 1
J. W. TURNER
la prepared to fiirmt.li
Good DEIrxxcl Wood.
At prices which dfy cninpotltlon, und also to
Deliver In nny part of theCltjr
Ou tho shortest notice.
I.vnr.i orderx on le nt llulen's grocery, toner
R.in'a feed More, and Voo-lnnd Ito.icli'a grocery,
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
AIIALIiKY'8 CHARTER OAK
Copper, Tin nnd Sheet Iron
No. 1G WASHINGTON AVENUE,
(Above tho Jlnrket Hotui.)
Hooting, Guttering, Hpwlttnc and Hleamboat S'rlc
ilono In u noat and substantial manner, at ilnut no
TO OIITAIN IT 00 TO
HEKRWAHT, ORTH k CO'S
And purclmio the leaihng'
StOVO Of tllO W O aat t
A rmmI variety of Ovolflni oinl Heating Stove al
ways on hand. Also n emnplcJtj.Msorttiieiil jf
" TlnirVrrT HoIlntV-AV'arrji "&., Ac.
3fanufiirtiirers of Outleringaud llnollng.
Ourmottui tjuiekHUe und Small I'rntlls.
irJ.itlf''lln guaranteed In every in-laure."
GROCERIES. BOAT STORES, ETC.
JOSEPH HWOUODA & BROTHER,
Choice Fninlly (irot'trle, Provision.,
llutlrr, Pimllry, Vcgotuhlr-i,
G-roou c&i XDsriocl 3Tr-i.i.lt,
nnd all artieles uiuntly k. pt In n rtral-claai Family
Grocery. Oornerof nighleenth and Poplar streets.
Intend tig to sell a iln-.ip n the ehe.iixt, to keep
the best it nveryttung, and to gtvo Mtiafactiun in
every inUnce,they nk n sharo of publlo ritronnge.
rnmllr flroccrlc!". I'rovlx'oni, VcicthlHi,
A large supply of Taney (If ooerles, Canned Kruil,
etc., always on haul, livery thing puro anl fresh;
8. E. COn. OP WASHINOTON AV. AND TENTKi ST.
PeMer In Oro-erlo', I.ime, I'dv-ter faris, Platn
In bulk, always on lund. Corner Eighth street an I
Olilo Levee, Culm Illinois. myl.Mt-
rnonucE and commission
xx e ii a xx -a. jst a
No. 70 Ohio Levee, CHtro( 111
Sneclal'iittentlon iriven to conslumneuts and Mllng
... Ilf. s.
QHANOK OV FIRM. T
C. IV. YEAGKR . CO.,
Having purolmscl the entiro stock and fixtures t
Auj(. Koremeyer, nro prepared to do all krada of
Uas and St Flttl '
In nncnt and workmaotiko manner. Wa ore also pre
prooosjof hrontingandgydingHiakft thero, Invery
particulsr osgpod its new, Those Imvlns aj, rU'
wres,w.lj pfea-se sivotlsacaJI-aatisfaetloBjiaa
parca 14 repair oil ifinusnruw niiurstanu.vfio'
Joel in all cikoi.
O. F. YBAOEn.
V. E. M0RKAT
I'uk. Kleveutll nnd tt'netiliiglOM AWsM
Kepson hand thocelebiated Ofune k Breed and
Itsymonds metallic fcurid iwi-j. ,
AIo, black Tolvet, walnup or stained cofllas mado to
ordor, at very low prices.
Mr. Feith perform his own work, whig a praet
cofilu maker, mid Is therefore able to sellcneaperiaia
J F, McKlSIU,
lSAKi:it AWD CONl?BCTI5!VKR,
ConiHierclal eTrnntj octwiftt Wtli 4 Kh yfi
Is prejvred to funiWi Ml kind? of
' fJAKES AJV COW-EtoO
to order, or to Ice nnd odoraftake Iti'tKf IVVkv
fill liwaueK and csrr defy vctiiuetUnKt te'aivH1'