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NEAVS OF THE CITY.
FMDAY, JANUARY 28, 1870.
Tho Joint meeting of the city council
win uo Held next i-rluay evening.
Tli j Aurom oil will not Htaln or grout.
GllKAT BaIUMI.NH KOIt THIS MoNTH'
ONJiV in hatu niid cnn at P. NelT's, No. 70
Ohio Levee. tf.
P. Itlelly luiviug determined to clone
out the-balance of hit gootln at the
Hurlk'Ht ponslhlo moment, will hence
forth nell anything on hand at cost, an u
LKfHTHA.V CoSTl tf
The annual renlul of the iew Inthe
I at I'rexhyterlan church will take place
at tho church edflce on Friday next the
28th ItiHt., ut7) o'clock.
By order of the Trustees.
Johu Q. lliirmun, Esq., olerk.of the
ConHtltutlonal Couvtutlon came homo
hy the morning train, and will remain
In the city until Sunday evening,
convention meeting only once a
during the present week, affords
clerk ihlircMplto from his labor.
The convention Ih mukiug Tory
progress with Mh btislncas.
The mostniyliuh Milk hat are. Invari
ably found at P Neir, No. 7S, Ohio
Leveu at price thut defy competition.
.None but the bent l-oixIh In that line to
he found at this house, tf
Tho celebrated Aurora oil can be had
at No. 92 Ohio LuVce. JanlM -1 m
'J'lit til. Nicholas Billiard Jfall Is one
of tho largest and best furnlthed In the
country. It Is tho resort of both citizens
and sirangers who indulge bliliurd play
Use Knder's Chill Curo."It never
Olllcer Cummings escorted one John
Southard before- 'Squire Bro yesterday,
to answer a charge of larceny, lie had
ktolen u chain from Cupt. ilambleton
and a rope from Mr. Ward, the wood
man, and found sale for them at the sec
ond hand store. The proof being con
clusive, Mr. Southard was asked If ho
had any friend who would Indorse for
his appearance before tho next Circuit
Court, and answering In the negative,
ho was committed to the county Jajl.
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Tho Continental Is the only cook stove
with sliding oven door. Warrauted in
all respects. Pitcher & Henry, at 162
Commercial avenue, cor. 1 2th street.
The atock of silk hat at Miller A Mill
er's comprises the very latest styles and
the flucit make of tho mason. The
variety Is very groat, tho stock large,
and prices have been regulated tojiar
uionlio with the times. Call In and ex
amine, i if
Our nollco officers boarded tho.stamer I
Aniurlca yesterday, exptetlng to- find :
W iuitn..jj i....tu ii I
boat; but their expectations ' we're ijot
realized. They wanted Willianis tb.an-
swer a chargo of larceny .pre'fefrd
agalutit him by a citizen of Memphis.
He had, however, left the boat at some
point below, probably Hickman or New
Madred. ' .
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At 122 commercial Avenue, between
Seventh and Eighth street, Is a flrat cla.s
house of entertainment, kopt upon the
restaurant or European style, furnishing
oysters, game or meals on short notlco in
the best style. Also elegant rpoms and
beds for transient guests, Patronage
J12U Hkxiiy Harhib, proprietor.
The eomplctest stoch nf gentlemen's
furnishing goods In the city ,.! to be
found at Miller and Miller's. It would'
be a remarkablo want, Indeed, in, .this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply.
at the vary lowtwt figures rullnr in the,
mr.i, , n, i
nol.l Arrivals. '
SI. NictaoUi Urll, C.lr, III., Jiu.tt, UT0.
J. N. Smith, Mo; J. SlcGute, Murphys
boro; J. Decker, do J. A. Burk, Str.
Henry Ames; J. Dulert, do Ell Bowe,
Paducah; V. A. Pyatt, Montleello; C.
B. Bayge, Centralla; J. W. Llvlngton
und wife, Chicago; W. J. Plersou, Hales
Point; A. Lowonthol, Evausytlle, G. W.
Wyatt, New York: Col. Jahus, IBallard
Co; T. Heason, Mo; G. L. Blngsby', New-
Brighton; II. A. Walke, Williamsburg;
A. Cutting, Metropolis; S. II. Burke, Ky;
H. II, Hu.rd, do; Frank Clark, city; J. H.
P. Teueyeko, Flemlnglon. '
Tli HI. Xleholaa Hotel and KcslaMraait.
This popular and eligibly located house
of public entertainment is now fitted
and furnished throughout In good style;
and, under tho management of Messrs
Walker & Slsson, is doing a largo and
thriving business. It is kept upon tho
plan-tho guest calling for
ante when he want. It, wheth-'
ulinr tin wn
er In the day or niche time, and navln
only for what he orders. The rooms are' I
largo and clean, furnished with tho best
of beds and bedding, while all other fea
tures of the establishment are 'arranged'
with an espoclal oyo to the comfort and
convenience of tho guests. 1 JaOtf
Look to Your Cmr.pKKN.' fjla'rhcea,
Dysentery and summer complaints,-are
cured by Mrs, Whltcomb's.HyfupcWhicb,
Is soldh druggists everywhere, at Uie
low price of 25 cents a bottle, Jan24-0t
"THRiiKVrjx usk" Ender6' Stomach
Iron Here anil Klaeivlterc.
Tho discus Won -that, has grown out of
CommiHcIonor WolIJ report- has-dovel-
oped tho U ct that Cairo Is tho most
eligibly situated locality for the Bmelt
lag, rolling" and manufacturing oMron,
In tho United Htates, Id confirmation
of this, wo;neod only presont tho follow
ing foctfl and figures: It costs Ii?) GO per
ton to 'produce Iron in Pennsylvania,
and W, 30. per ton to produce it in fit
uouih. jiiio mis is true, iron is pro
duedd at Clarkuvllle, Ttiun., at SUl per
ton, and Ih'.' ivered nt NuBhvllIu from
Georgia ut frl'J uO per ton. To deliver
it at Cairo from either of
Uiejojflut nuihe.(l pphitH would Involvo
an expense ofuhout $1 50 to $2 OOptr tou,
giving tho Cairo manufacturer an adynn
tago of about$4 00 por ton over St. Louis
and of nearly $S ,00 over Pennsylvania.
There Is no point in tho United States'
where coal and iron, or Iron ore, pigs or
blooms, can be gathered more cheaply
than ut Cairo, ami certainly. uo intelli
gent person will deny that Cairo's facill
ties for placing the manufactured nrtlc
lu into tho best. markets of the" country
are entirely 'unrivaled. Add to these
considerations the farturo one that lands
ond lots, whereon to erect manufaciur
Ing establishments, may. be, obtained
freo of cost, and wo form a total of ad-
.vantages that must, In time, create
heroan exlenslve atyl suc'coifsfiil infill
facturing Interest. ' .
31ir Svw Vjtr,
Begin It right, by buying, for cash,
of J. II. Metcalf, No. 332 and 834 Wash.
A v., who has enlarged .both house and
xtock, and Is now prepared to supply cus
tomers with the Lett of all kinds of staple
and fancy groceries, queenswarc, crock
cry, glasswanj, yellow and Hocking'
ham ware, table and pocket cutlery.
All kinds of salt llh, gcoen, dried, and
canned fruits, pickles, cider, honey, fcyr
llfW f 1 tin tfifiu ffiff'....u f.ti.l uimnpu
....m ,w. null rt.K.l.r,
choice table butter alwnvw dm Iniinl. In
short, e(-erythirlg usually kenrin :i flrat
class grocery; btsldes notions too num
erous to mention, nl of which will bo
fold at the loicrtt finurn. tf.
hoi CumrtNo Madk to 'Oni)i:tt In
tip-top style and at fair living prices, go
to P. NelPs, No. 79 Ohio Levee. ,f
The impression prevails, to r.iimu ox
tent, mat our city authorities propose
and are In a condition to extend pecuni
ry Aid to any mil 'all kind' of mauu
facturlug entitphc: ' ThK , vmwpe
A.cpuimlttee-has beeojaiseir.to 'prL'sent
me mmiuiaciunng au vantages or uairo
to the public, and with .a statement of
these advantage! goes out an oiler of
land or lots, free nf costy whereon to
eroct mills or fnetorles'-and other aid
and encouragement. ThN "other aid
and encouriigemcntV duubtlesi con
lrt of such exemption from licenses,
apoclal nsH-jsment, etc . as the council
"may legally make aod, in extraordinary
ca-Vis'. dfit little pocuulary aislstancu.
It Is'hotted-aiiil bII6ved thut those. will.
be enough to secure tho upLuiliffig' of a,
ir ;.. -!. ....... .
or.illkfyB.rjfcf tan rmplloltlx ply
tit'ioli a southern mrlut(or' a'hilpport.
Tlftf Ladies' .Keslaurant fitted -op by
Messrs. Walk e)- A SIhsou, Is tdfrcctly lu
connection with tho St. Nicholas Hotel,
ilies of tho city may tako meals or lunch
es lu pe'rft!Ct;qulel, and without the least
fear of conifng In coutfrijt vlth objeetlon
able characters. It will be ke'pt in firU
elass style'ft)r-flrst;iafloutom. Polito
uil attentive waJtors will always be lu
attendance, and patrons 'will, 'always
command the most courteous, treatment
arid attention. ' '
Messrs. Mlllorand Miller liavejust rc
reived an unusually lar"ge, well assorted-
and strictly fashionable supply of plcco
goods, to which thof ask; special ' at ten
tIon.;,ThelotMubraccs tho fjicst cloths
anu casimers ever uruugwiotv.airor.&mi
udi.,vi;toty of styles that all tastes may
.be accbnvmodaUiU HoJs,br'gnt)enta
irom iiiese KoooujiTe maucio-onieriu mo
Uenf.-mnjiie,r'Vknd -latost stj-Jv', Am at
.XlgurA,lhat,.wlir ifoVy 'J6Wp6thWrt. ' For
proof or tuis lucy ouiyaasK to be put, upon
trial, At.aU events call 'arouiid airtl see
the now goods.' ' Jan25tf.
i . a.
Gkntb SirAWM at Cosx.tjic finest in
market at P. NefTs, No. 79 Ohio Levee, tf
(lltbcrnl'an'rir Co, lull.
The Hibernian PfreCo.', No. 4 propose
IU 11(1111 :uvn fill IIII1IIIU1 utlll 111
John Scheel's Hull, on Ceda'r street,
na A.r4flii.taflar Avnullifr . Iltli IGTft
'Ah this company herof6f(r6 has-been in
tho hablt-of hutSlng very. we)l cauducted
baHi whore all could enjoy tVemselvosj
thu -majagonicnt lutentl on this occa
sion tosparo no lime or" expense to
mako It theuuesi ball thoyliayo over
hvld, auddiie'ttt -which every foltlxeu
hpnoflng'Us with tholr presence can eji'
Ny .herosnlVcif to thelr- hoarfs i content,
",e.nl,,l,rH' ""S n- 'en
.engaged for tho oc'caslbn.
COMJ.ITTKB or AIUtANdKMKNTa
.. .... J. E.VOI.Irtll,
G. J. itn.A.vni
, j.Joijii Mu.i.Kit,
Jan2Wtd , Tiir.. Gorman.
Children I ke it and take"it readllv.
Norman's Chalybeate cpt'tage 'Kyrup, for
J.duvhsy Oaldu , Ats. . MM' by J. S, 1 loini
NKw .STViyitHiir. sfcarfs, Victoria
,crfci,,,EugeiireBeftf(si ',tift 'received at
P. NefTs, Nb.''70 Ohio LeveeT tf
We have received number two of vol
ume one of Philip Phillips' '.Singing
I,eop!e,Jnd.fliiUJti precisely what it pur
ports to bo: An uncomproinlslntr advo
cate of congregational singing. We
agree with him that there Is very, little
heart In the process of praising God
through mettil pipes, varying from two
Indies to tjilrty-two feet in length, anil
human voices uiiattuncd to the glories
of the .Master. .Everybody who can sing
ought to ,ho allowed to Join In that char
acter of worship.
Tho 'Singing People' contains about
a dozen sacred songs, composed chiefly
by Mr. Phillips, who Is not only ono of
tho finest vocalists of tho country, but a
composer of unquestionable merit. Prlco
50 cents per copy per annum published
It Is expected that the distinguished
editor of this, periodical will visit Cairo
eurly in February, .and given concert in
tho M. E. Church.
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i IIUICI UillUUCJ'H Jcllt3 illUUK ji nam
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, etc
will be sold without regard to cost. tf
Tt'iinhjnul'oii Ilnll.Frl), aif.
i Grand .Masquerade Ball will be clveu
as above, under the tiusnlces of tho Cairo
Turners. .Tho iwbJic generally is Invited
to attend; tho management pledging
themselves that no.eflorl will bo spared
to render tho occasion one most
pleasant and 'tfnttitalnlng' tt all who
COM M ITTJ: U OK AHItANOKMKNTS :
MANCiiiiSTilit coats ready made and
made to order in the best of. style at P.
Nell 's Not 7'J Ohloilicvee. tf.
The fifty thousand dollars corporation
taxes aniiunlly paid hy the citizens of
Cairo would not-if applied exclusively
to thut tie, furnish thu transportation
asked b.v persons and families that ar
rive hoTO lif'ii destiluto condition. Ap
plications of this nature are of dully, al
most liou'rlyi occurrence, und by omu
struugeimp'peuing, the great majority of
the applfcauts seel: transportation to
points many hundreds of miles away
.MJinu to Chlcugo, some to Wisconsin,
and a very coimiderablo number to dis
tant pajnt in our territories.
NeuVly every ono of these destitute
peoplu urrlvo lu Cairo fully impressed
with the Idea that ample provision has
beeu'mudo here for their wants, and
that if Is the duty of thu officers of thu
law to send them forward. Soiuu of the
cui-es are of a nature to uppeul strongly
to one's sympathies. A mother,
with four very small children,
arrived in town last night,
and being penniless pasted the night lu
thu.depot. She it from a distant point
in the .South, and her destination Is Chic
ngpj, wheie she has ubuabuud lying sick.
She tta'r4ed'from home without a dollar
encumbered with four babiu, begged her
way to Cairo, expecting that on lu-r ar
rival hero traut-portutiou t0 Chicago
would be furnished toher on application.
Of course herexpictatious were not real
ized, and she Is now lu thu city, homc
1 ess and destitute, without a friend
or acquaintance to furnish
so much as a meal or
a night's lodging for herself or her child
rcn. The only resource left to her Is the
charity of our citizens; thus Increasing
the mi tuber who dally apply to that
never-fulling, yet heavily taxed source
The 'Bulletin' olllco having been sup.
plied with increased facilities, is now
prepared to do Job work cheaper than
ever. Wo are determined, in truth,
that no citizen shall have cause, either
on account of price or style, for sending
his work abroad. Ourotllco Is the com
pleted in tho state, outside of Chicago
and Sprlnglield, und can perform all
kinds uf work for which the river, rail
road, mercantile, legal and general
luHlne?s of th city creato a demand.
In point of workmanship wo shall stand
unsurpassed. Send in your orders
Proofs-submitted when requested.
P. Itlelly has a large stock of hats,
which will be sold at New York whole
sale prices. . tf.
A Sukk Way to Savk Moni:y. Buy
yourclothlng furnishing goods,hats, caps
boots.nnd shoes, at P. Nell's, No. 75 Ohio
Levee. Ho Is now closing out ills entire
stock at actual cost since January 1st,
The Judge of tho Circuit court, under
the new charter amendment appointed
tho following named persons, to-day,
as commissioners to determine Iti6 bene
lit und Injuries that have accurtied to the
pro'perlty described lu tho list that
formed suoh a prominent feature lu
the 'Bulletin' during tho past fourteen
days, viz: Charles Gullgher, chairman
A, 11. Iryln secretary; A. B. Sullord,
F. Bross and W. II. .Morris ill gentle
men of excellent Judgment, who will
conscientiously, and as Hourly as nnty
be, satlsfuctorll dlsehurgo the duties un-
poi-cd upon them.
FtiJii. Suit rou o.vr. i)ow..ut. Men's
undershirt and drawers one dollar per
pair at P.'Netr', No. 70 Ohio Levee, if.
. Tim Antrim nil n-Ivi'-t fi cleiir anil beaut l
fpl light and Is nnii-oxploslve. Jati2l-lm
OVKUCOATS, OVERCOATS RKDUCKD TO
COST AND JjKHS TirAK f.'OST to cloSO OUt At
P. Nell 's, No. 79 Ohio Levee. JanSltf.
I'aonomlcnl, nelUblr, tbc licet.
Dooley's Baking Powder is superior to
all others In market. Kmc- from any in
jurious substances, and so nicely com
pounded that the contents of each box
Insures, light, Bweot, healthy biscuits,
lolln, pastry, etc., with uniform success
Only two teaspoonfuls to a quart of flour
ii neccessary, whilo those of ordlnury
Manufacture require from one-third to
a half moro. Ask your Grocer for Doo
ley's Baking Powder, and tke no other
P. Nekf's Stock of coatings, cassl
meresaud vestinga la unsurpassed for
quality and style and will bo made to
order at low prices to reduce tho already
tremendous stock on hand. tf
There Is little of interest transpiring In
the circuit court, as our reports show.
The case of Miseuhelmer, for murder,
may or may not como ofT before the ad'
Journment. The matter will be determ
Ined by tho presence or absenco ofcer
talmwltnesses so wo hear.
DrugglstAsell moro of Norman's Chaly
beate Cough Syrup than all other Cough
Mcdiclucs combined. Sold by S. J.
Humm. Jau2-I Ot
The only case before Shauuessy yos
tcrduy, was a plain drunk In the person
of Patrick Norton. Ofllcer Cummings
eepled Patrick in that salubrious con
dition, and asked him to come along,
which ho did, in a "winding In and
winding out" sort of a way that loft no
doubt on tho minds of observers as to the
nature of his caso. He was fined $3 00
and costs, and bolng unable to liquidate
was calahoosed for the period of nine
A boy was born unto Mr. W. H. Morris
recently and still moro recently a boy
unto tho Hon. W. J. Allen.
Ill Urn by a Hnd Doa.
Mlsourl farmer, living near this
clty,was the(owner of two fine-grey
hounds, and noticing wliat.hc supposed
to bo Indications of hyrophobla In one of
than, Wednesday afternoon, ho conclu
ded to chain the animal lu the smoke
house until tho case should be
determined. Watching his op
portunity he seized the dog
by the ears and called to his wife to
bring him a rope. Whilo the wlfo was
procuring the rope, the dog becamo
angered, and struggling to release him
self, hurled his teetli lu his master's
hand. During the day the most unmis
takable evidence was furnished that the
dog was rabid, and under thut belief he
Yeiterduy evening tho bitten gentle
man arrived lu Cairo, in an ulmost jdti
able state of alarm, en route for Metropo
lis, where, he hud heard, he could have
acces to a muil-stoue. railing to make
connection with the packet, he
took the lightning cxpresa
train for Indianapolis, with the came
object in view. Tho poor man hud tho
sympathies of all who heard his story.
The fear of a horrible death by hydro
phobia thut he would not be able
to reach the only known antidote for the
poison that was coursing through his
veins ulmost maddened him, and no
Use thu Aurora oil.
will uot smoke
For CUy frraiurrr.
W'f urn lutlioniril In announce Mr. JOHN UT
LAM), it cindidito for re-1rctlon to Ikeotlle of
Wt art autliorli'J to announeMhal J. D. TATLOIt
will lip a ramlMRto tut City Trrtittrar, at ilia auauing
ihUr U'llon janlilJ
for City Clerk.
W'r nruaullioritrd t announip lliat WILLIAM II.
itOItttlS l. tamllJilp for tho offit of Ot C'rrkat
tlnxri'.uiniti.rtrr atclion. tf'
W.i ar autboriaol to annmintt that JOHN DROWN
I a ramli'Ute tot III oflUa of City Clark, at lb min
im; charter election. Janllld
We arc atlthoritoil loatiiionntc that J. f. OltOW
LEV wilt bo acantlljHte for IliPOfllra f I'ity t'lrik at
lki Knoune chartar claetlou. JanSCM
1'or City narahal.
W'f if aulhorUrl to unnuiiueo thai MICHAEL
IIA.MllliICK, aill Ix-acamli.lilcforrp.alrttlontolhe
olHcubf Cily M"hal at Hid niliiitf municipal rfc
W nrf autliorltril to annnmic that JOSEI'H AH
NOLO will lo ncanillrfato for IU oflica of City Mar-
!iul al the rnulnKcharlrrrlx:lion. t
W'f art' autliorUfil In annonaro Ikal DANIEL Mr
CAHTIIV, prnrnlelilofof K)lle, will le acamllitata
forlhooltlcief Cily Mnrxhtl at lh enuiM( charier
Hy Tirlaiof a Wndltlnni Hxpnai la me dirrclfd
hy tip Clerk nf thi Circuit Court of Atoiim
ty, lu Ihi'HtiliMif llliuoii. In fator of Jo.i'idi Murray
ami .iuiiihI Ahrihani Williauii, Um Williutni, l'a.
ridk H'Mllj and llrrnard Bliiylh, 1 ha?u lTlud Uon I tin
roiicwinR (criiH'n "iiit, i.oi numnirq
Thiilt'i'i) (15) in lllock niiBiU'ritil Two fi)
in tin-fill .
of Ctlro, Alexander enuoty, Ulinoli,
nf llio kiild lleriiAiilMiivth. whlrli 1 ahall oifi-r al nub
llcMlml llio n i'iti'ili diMir nf thu coin I hnu.n In the
attvuf Cnimnn thu llluly of Kfliruary, A. I). IsTtf,
totM-n th hour of iiinnAdo'k, a, in. and .uiitt'ioi
i-ild duy forca.h to al lly utd cioouliuii
' l.oi'ib ll. Mvr.its,
rihorift of Alexander ooiinly, Ulinoli.
Cairo, III,, Jan. Jlth, blo.-J-.-.Twtt
lly vtrliia of three aevcral KiMiittiiialoniilIreHile!
livi1i(i('lurlv-iiflheCinuil (Viurl of Al'xundr Coun
ty in tli..nt'uf Illinois, usuint platntur for rou
ill Ihn follow Iiik .lyled calle. lo.ll: Itiiiueo FrlRJIiil
vm. II lliilKirl. f hcllinr mid Allx-rl I'liuUr linn of
Hhothur K.arUr, Kotni-o l-'rld"" Jnlm
Jlylmil; Itomeo lriiiri . nnrie -j.
Crump. I Iiato IitIpJ upon th followniir denerllinl
propiMitr, to. wilt Lot .v. r ii (,41. linn
11(41. ill bloi'k No, flflT-
our I.M) III thu fit
tniri'tlirr with nil I
i inu cnv m i uirn. m inr r.i
of Calm, lu the M.ite of llliuohi,
ilh all Iho prlrileg(H uud appurt'liincr
the rtopertv 'f tho auld
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p., i., ..ii I'rlminil wlili.'h 1 alull fill'rr kt nifbllo miIu at tho
Hiiitlmvat door of the Court lluilxe in lhoWty of Cairo,
lulhffhitoof Illinois, on thiTt.(tlil .y of rvtriury
A. I. lI"i helHtvn tlio tiitiraof niuo vYI'Wk. a.m.,
nii'l uttx-t ut tmil Uav for c(iai( to ntlfy ;il Kie
ctmoii.. I.OUM Hi MVKKS.
Khttrill' of Ali-kuudwr Cuity, llliw(.
Calm, IIi ,Jatl. 'i,U"t -It'
r. XV p5 r,,:t" 1 ''" y C WINSTON.
Jn aUnti, 1HT0 tf t
Fm SAtiK. CIIBAP-Ncvr Cottflgn and tbre "
lot.cornr Lociut and Sixteenth tree t.
OKEK.N OILHKim Ally
W. II. Morris.
riANDEK & MORRIS,
.Votaries Public anil Insurance Agents.
OFFICE No. Tl Ohio Ltree, City National
Hank Ituilding. dcc21tf
FIRE AlfD MARINE!
MERCHANTS Ins. Co., ofCh!cgrj
CAPITAI. AND ASSETS 4 3,7ai II
SECUMTY Ins. Co., of New York;
CAPITAL AND ASSETS tl,7S9,Mt ft
COMMERCIAL In. Co., of Chicago;
OII'ITAI. AND ASSETS 340,040 1
INDEPENDENT Ins. Co., of Boston
CAPITAL AND ASSETS MO.000 OO
8ANGAM0 Ins. Co., of Springfield
capital and assets 9i aao,oa7 sa
AURORA Ins. Co., of Aurora, Hh
CAPITAL AND ASSETS .. alO.MO II
STATE Fire Ins. Co., or Cleveland, 0.
CAPITAL AND ASHKT3 aUS.OSft a
.1. N. RILiRDK.V A; CO., ArIn,
ifJSJl. Otci Kirit Nllonl Rink.
JTJIKK AND MARINE INSURANCE.
NIAGARA, NEW YORK;
AKSRTB U..1,4M,I M
arCRMANIA, NEW YORK;
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HANOVER, NEW YORK;
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REPUBLIC, NEW YORK;
ComptUlnglhe Un'lerwrlten Assncr.
YONKERS, NEW YORK;
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FIREMAN'S FUND, BAN FRANCISCO
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SECURITY. NEW YORK; (Marine.)
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OROUERIES, LK4UOIW &
JJ 8MYTB & CO.,
a iioi.ks ai.i: Gitoci:us.
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rd. Order. accnuiaultd hy tka eatk filled promutlj.
fall at tka Cllr lodn rrlory. Kla-hlk
atrcel, between Walnut arait Cedar.
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Me.iM, llaynos A Htoo, No. I'M Comiui'rclal aToaue,
brg Iratii to otfer Ida acrvicra lo tlmciticvna.oCalro.
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II. W. Uaymnnd, Kin., Chlfajoj .
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Hon. Tlionim Kwinft. Ohio:
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W. R. SMITH,
PHYSICIAN AND MJIKJE0N,
ui'Fior. 140 chhi:kciai. avkni'R
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K.nJcaja, No. 11 ralrleanlk ?rrnt.
C. V. DUNNINIJ, M. D.
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OTICR-Oor. Oth "treat and Ohio Lava.
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Offlie arer f ml OaVa.
aaplHavttf Raiideiiaa I Talnut aUeet,
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
IIALTKT'S CHARTER OAK
Copper, Tin and Sheet Ir'flM
ST O 23 33 X 3NT Or SHOP
AV 1! WASHINGTON AVENUE,
(AUtr (ha Market Hanie.)
h.'tlc, (liitterinr, Sponlin and ?kmlial WurA
4nnr in a Mtal and anUUnUal manner, at short aw
JOHN W. TROVE K & Cll
UiaI r.me.,llond anil Stork Ilrokers.
nut aiifii.i io iu payment vi rut. U'tuaiy auiiunv
Taitfi. and all lni.lni... prrtiiluliiir to a GKKKK.trli
Kk'iutii Stict, uidnd Joor from Com. Av4.x
dai Vl'Mdtr - Calrw, 111,