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OFFICE :: No.' 131 l&nth Stropt. . rho.mtpn.'s BuiltUnp?.
TUESDAY EVgjjHNR FEBRUAHY 22, ISffi'
Prince Arthur has nent to Miss Slier
man a ruedulllou with protrnlt of him
nelf and hln mother, as an acknowledge
nient of hospitalities' received.
Two Peun-oytvuiilans have obtained a
pat I out for mumifncturliiK writing uid
printing papur fruin thu leave of corn
Htalkii, nnd litivo already manufactured
sample of excellent quality,
TIib ui;eeiw of thu recent oxptrlencn
with thu double shotted projectile ut For
, Ires Mniirw wuh but purti'ul. Colonel
Baylor, orduanco ofllcer does not Indorse
the opinion of the inventor.
A bill for the removal of the Capita: of
the Htate of Florida from Tallahniue to
Jacknoijvlllo, passed the Senate of that
8tat last Ftlday almost without oppo
aitlon and ban Kone to tlio Assembly.
The- Paclflo Tannery In Hlocktou cm
ploys 30 men all thu ycur round, and
manufactured 200,000 aide of leather lust
year, consuming more than 800 cords of
tan bark. Its leather Is eut to New
York uud 1 Jos ton.
The House Committee have agreed to
report a bill to transport. Imported goods
In, bond to Cincinnati, StrLouls.'BiiiraloJ
KvaitHvillef LoulHVille, Milwaukee and
Chicago, thus making tlioso places port
The lato report of the heavy percen
tage of bogus coins in the five-cent nick
els presented at the nub-treasury for re
demption, was an exaggeration. Instead
of twenty per cent of bogus coIiih, there
la but.ooermiartcr of ope per cent.
Disease Is aiding thu extinction of the
North American Indian. A small tribe
In Montana Terrltdryi the Gros Ventres'
have recently lost 00 of their number
from small-pox, from which dlseao thej
also suffered greatly last year. The tribe
now numbers but 1,200, and thu small
pox is still carrjing otriargo numbers.
KMl'lrOYM KMT WACTEIf.
To the EJilor of ihe Times:
The Chicago relief and old woclety do
Irca to call thu tittuution of farmers,
fruit-growers, aud others In thu country
who employ laborers, that there are at
the present time, large numbers of labor
ing men, with families, In the city vvith
out employment, who would bo glad to
go to the country the coming spring If
assured they could llrtd places for their
families to live, and employment for
themselves and such ef their children as
are old enough to work. They are not
paupers whom we wish to send out of the
city to relieve ourselves of their support,
buc honest, Industrious mcu wliswe mis
fortune if is to no located where
A tbey can only nnd employment
A t during a portion of the year. If
I living In tenement hourot. upon farms,
thoy would provd valuable ana perma
nent help. They nnd their wives and
children have ulways been nccuscomed
to wor!:. They uro of all nationalities ;
are poor,,and the means to pay their fare
from the city would have to be advanced,
from those emnloylngtucm, to be repaid
by their labor. Trunnp.triatlon could
probably be secured at reduced rules of
any of the roads Ic.tdlug out of the city.
Persons who can give employment to
men of this clam are requested to com
municate with the society. Papers hav
ing a lurve circulation in the country are
requested to publish this cause. Com
munications may be addned to O. (,.
Uibb, tiecretnry Chicago Relief and Aid
society, No. 21 U Washington street, Chi
csgo. SllL.XT I'OU.VCIL.
Cilio, 111,, Kehruary 17,1170.
PmtiV ills Honor tlio Mayor, and
Councilmen IJirclay, Jorgeuseu, O'Cal
lahan, Williamson 4.
UEroitT OV OHDI.VANCE COMMITTEE.
Tho Onlluanco Committee, to whom,
was referred an ordinance in relation to
the Pollco Force and certain city ofllccrs,
reported;the same, back, recommending
that tho B&mo bo adopted, as passed
upon by tho Hoard of Aldermen. This
being the second reading of tho ordi
nance In this Hoard, It wus on motion
adopted by thu following vote, viz :
Ayes Uarclay, Jorgebsen, O'Calla
Nays Williamson 1.
Tho Committee ou Claims, who was
instructed to ascertain tho Amount due
Mr, Mocklor, reported that they find to
be due Mr. Mookler, $00; and recom
mend the payment of the same. On
motion, the report was received, and
the amount found to be due, allowod by
tho following yoto;
Ayes Barclay, Jorgonsen, O'Calla
The Fiuunco Committee, to whom
'was referred tho bill of the Arab Fire
Company, reported the same back,
recommending payment of the same,
less the salary or tho Secretary. The
report was received and the
recommendations adopted by the Board
of Aldermen, wero on motion concurred
In by tho following vote, viz:
Ayes Barclay, Jorgeason, O'Calla
ban, WHIJamBon 4.
The ollowlng bllls far labor, salaries
and sundries, for city, having been
allowed by tlio Hoard of Aldermon were
presented to this board for concurrence,
mil of C K Woodward for nails for city -. tsU 62
' " Tnylor Parsons lease oflols.T and 31 ,
block tsclty... .1 i..V.::"4f(w
Illll of Taylor Parsons t paid m lo' -9
binckia occluded by H II fire company - 15 M
1)111 of I' Welder haulm); llirce drunken men to
tlill tif W lllscr blanket- for cliy Jail
" " Thomas Median liniillnx
" llnrelay II t'n Mdlcine 8
' " J Hmytlif Co niil - , V
" ILShann'- y -l M -- 151
' " Cairo Cltj ffaa Co rib in f.ill Li Jon t 1870 !M0 7f
'i It A K Klt Oofor ijunrteriy allowailuH Ml 1
" " .tnollrnwn CorJan falaryai city clerk... 1W 00
" " A Cain Jin calarv n M iJU.r M 33
'K Jpn Itrland Jan ttvry n rllr trraiirT.ltl W
"vil TiAmbrloli Jan nalary -et tnarfhal TJ no
" " O f I.yon Ore Jan '70 city compl'r o C)
' " W M MoIImIs UlctlDR prlaonrr 4o in
Januarr l7 SM 60
"lllll nft: II Clark city ofllCM tent m Jun 170... 3M)
' ' l.in MpOrthyclikfi.f nolicr In Jnn l7i'
" " Vmtrt)nlla!iaii llcn conlaMe Jan '70 74 00
ii ii po'Calliilian poHro crinitMli Jan ma law
" JnoCumminKspo'lfBfonstnli'.c Janl7l 75 00
" " M Malioncy for tailoring vn Mri'tls In
DfC k Jan -
Hill of Thoman .fuidlit'iii fur taorlnj ou
alrcrta ill fan i
mil of Wrri yulnn for lairing on itrcrla In'
Ilill ofjohu htillivan for lul.oring on ulrriit In
Jan.......... H. ...... ..- .....h........
Hill of Jrrry Callahan forlatiorlngon lrtt In
Jan n -
Illjl of Tliomai llcaly for labonnK on itrceta In
Ilill of Joliti Morrlny friMatiorlDK on UrirU In
fan.. , m
Hill ofTliomiu liu) In fur latyirlnoiillrrtsln
Illll of" ji "iirlacull for Iaiiorii'J"on' atreMa In
Fllll of jTium Manaiia'n for" iikorlne on itrtcu
In Jan ... M.
lull of John fall for laboring on rtreeti In
JlAQ WMH...M.....M..... I.. .. .1 ........
Ilill of jMmraNc4tl lot laboriag on alrecta In
Jan - - .........
OiU of Thomas Killy for laborlnj; onatrectnln
Ilill nf JoLnriuiiir.in for laloringon atrvfta In
tliilnl John liarrr "for laiioriiig on a'ttecta In
Illll of John Connelly for laboring on ilrcta in
j an ..
And on motion tho action of tho
Board wad concurred In, and tho bills,
ordered paid by tho following vote, viz:
Ayes Barclay, Jorgonccii, Calla
han, Williamson 4.
Tho following resolutions having boon
adopted by tho Board of Alderman, were
presented and severally read for concur
Whereas, Tho courts havo decided
that previous ussesAtnents for fllllUK the
streets of Cairn wero Illegal, und
whereas, siicn decision rurnlsne.i in
controvertible grounds for suits for
damuges, to tho amount paid on such
assessments, oy persons who have so
Therefore, in order to save tho city
from tlie costs of suits which are already
Impending, and which must necessarily
be decided adversely to the city,
IUolved, Tnat a committed of one
member of thu Select Council and two
members of thu Bourd of Aldermen, be
appointed by the Mayor, which commit
tee tire hereby empowered to tuku steps.
In elled a compromifo with all pcrxous
who clajm damages for said umrsiiieiits.
lUxt.ylyi'd. 'J hat thu ordinance com
nil. tee uro hereby instructed to draw up
so ordinance, repealing so mueji of any
ordluaijcu which compels personsjo take
out licenses for any ' purpose for twelve
montliH, mid that they shall substitute a
Clause which shall allow persons to tuke
out licences for six or twelve months us
they may desire.
ltes'olved', That tho Comptroller and
the Committee on Finance bo Instructed
to receive cancelled scrip now in thu
humH of V. T. Beerwart, if tho amount
I In found to be correct.
Resolved, That the Rtreet Committee
be, and they are hereby authorized and j
Instructed, to have a crosslug construct-,
ed across Washington aveuin, from
thn north sld of Eighteenth street ou
the went sldo of AVasTilngton avenue, to
the south sldo of Khrhtoeuth street, ou
the cast sldo of said avenue.
A petition from Jno.Pcheel, in relation
to llconso monoy, having boon, acted fa
vorab y upon liy tho Board of Aldermon,
was presented and read In this board
for concurrent action, whereupon u mo
tion to notf concur was made and carried
by tho, following yule, viz:
Ayes, 4. Nays none.
Petition of J. M. Moscorats, praying a
reduction In Pudlers, license, was read
and on motion referred back to tho Petit
ioner with explanations.
P'otltlou of Ziuioue and Ohio, praying
tho council to refund money paid into
tho Treasury for License; &o. Referred
to Finance Committee.
Bills of O. R. Woodward, for nails aud
lumber furnished the City in full to Feb,
4th, 1670, amounting to $914,35, were pre
sented and read, amPon motion nlloVcd
ami referred to tho Board of Aldermen,
for concurrence by tho following vote,
Ayos Barclay, Jorgonsen, O'Callahan,
and Williamson 1.
By Councilman, Barclay:
Resolved, That tho ordinance commit
tee bo Instructed to report an amend
ment to existing ordlnance8,rcduoln'g tho
salary qf the Market Master to fifty dol
lars por month.
To Ills Honor the Mayor and Select Council,' of Cairo,
Gentlemen My private business com
pels rao to hereby tender' yon my resig
nation, ios Councilman at Large;' to tuko
efieot March 10, 1870.
Your promnt acceptance bf the same
wll much obligo,
Yours very truly,, . ,
'G. D,"WlLr4IAM80N.. ,
Cairo, Ills: Feb. 10. 1870.
, Accepted, wlthregrtta.
There being no further ibuslness, tho
Counoll,adjourned tins dip. ' 1
John B80WN, City Clerk, poi teux. ,
I uf ,atlui .t.pmiu''
, ; lly rfijucil q( many friends, the
Young Mon'a Dramatic Aiaociation,
Hare asalnyolunteercd jthilr jervjcea fur the
Turu Out! One and All!
A New Plree will U ajded to tlis already ijilendld
Friday Evening, Feb. asih, J87n,
The Ercnlna'a Entertainment lo coinmnco,nllli the
j.aiiKnanie ana sine (putting tatce,
"Tho Hop of the Period.'
Veakel, (aCiernun Emlfrranll C OltiUOKFEM
:ant hlim, (itient of lbt)writxJ).
'pi M De I'onreeaugnac, (a 11 II)....
II II IILACK.
,..T M LOVETT
Klnir Itielurd III
A4olhn I'rath Iliosom
lll.lv'a Da.lv'a fihoit......
I'A'I rU 1 1 KKT Y
Mrs O Ilourke
Oauilf, telnot. AU.....A-.
Ki.ejr 'luneo c JIAUDV.
To Lr-followed by the UugUaUa akrtch
KU UL.UX KLAXl
KurtiNH1 Konsumptire Km re. '
Iir KurtlM.... II I1UCK
Moe .......... t; IiEI.AY
Undo Jen - . C GlI.IIUKKElt.
, And oilier chinotr by Iho Com pan f.
OVJITUKK, t Oretaenlrait
Tl: renfnK cntrtlnment to eotvlmJa'wIjlTthe
onijlnal allegrickl liUtlujue,' '
ANTK CANTA OK THeVloVTCT QPEE.V;
WHO MAKEN T1IK HUiT BREAD T
Ailml'.lon, JO chj ltfjcrrfj aeati "J eti, rrlrate
Loxea, 4 W.
Tfeket office open from 10 A.m. to 4 p.m. Dooraopec
at 7 o'clock! Curtain rlira at 8 o'clock.
In relation to the Police Force anJ the aalarlea of cer
tain Oily officer!.
Ut it orJawtJ by Ut City Oiunot o tkt City ef Cairo:
HrcrioK 1. -Thaltha Police Force of the Cltr.from
and after ihe piMage of thia Or1lnn-e, thall be ron
tililted a f.il iw, nt A Chief Of I"OlIce, who "hall
petform auch dutl aa are now or may liereatler be
recriDQ4 uy orainance, ami not more man lour
'olice ConnuMr. ttiree of whem thalltlo dutrlntbe
mgot time and on liiitins tlm day.
nte, . 'i hfr enter or ronce tnau rectlie a
aatary of one thuuaapd dollara prr -far, and
each uf the police Contablea ahall recclre a aalary of
pupnipnTf uouara prr inoniii.
f 1. Kriuu wvl ntift the dale of thn natiace ef
hi. ordinance the alat) of the City )larlul alull be
tllly dollar iprniuntfi, an 1 oi the City Comptroller
aerenty.fiT UulUr. per month.
t-tc, 4. Alliordinancea or ptrtl of nrdlnancea In
icoiiiiit-ht wiili the proTitiun of llila oidmanee are
Approrel Kebraary l'lh. liTO.
JOHN II. OHEltltY. Mayor.
OK AN I) UUNAMENTAL PAINTING.
Q A K iTlTtH O M A S,
SIOX AND OKXAME.NTAL PAIXTKIt,
Shop In the Perry lfotie, Corner Cominereail
Arenuo and Eighth atreel.
II. II. CatnUca.
Notaries Public and Insurauco Agent,
OmCi-A'o, 71 OAfo Ltvtt, City National
Hank liuilding. dcc'Jltf
FIHE AN1 5IAKINE!
MEUCIIA"V3 Ins. Co., of Chicago
CAPITAL AND ASSETS - SU0.7SN
SECURITV Ins. Co., of New York;
CAPITAL AND ASSETS .91,733,810 00
COXXEltCIAL Ins. Co., of Chicago .
CAPITAL AND ASSETS .. UIO.OIU 3
INDEPENDENT Ins. Co., of Ilostou
CAPITAL AND ASStrrS. 030,000 OO
SAN0A3IO Inf. Co,, of SpriagflcMj
CAPITAL AND ASSETS !JO,037 S
AUK0KA luu Co., of Aurora, HI. $
CAPITAL AND ASSETS.,.....-; aiO.080 11
STATE Firo Ins. Co., of Cleveland, 0.;
CAPITAL AND ASSETS..,. S 331,030 Ob
J. N. REAUDllX X CO., Affta,
U;c Firat Natlanal ank.
JjllRE AND M,ARINB INSUItANCE
COM PASSES i
NIAGARA, NEW YORK;
ASSETS fll,t. ,I 20
GERMANIA, NEW YORK;
ASd'fW- ....ll.MMSl 7H
HANOVER, NEW YORK;
ARSETS-.... 7M,7ea 12
REPUBLIC, NEW YORK; ,
Comprising ihe Undrrwrltera Aftncy.
YONKERS, NEW YORK
ASSETS - S7M n
AtSETS-i 40a,IBS 33
FIRES? AN'P FUND, 8AN FRANCISCO
- AHSKT8, (O0td)...f07i,O0O 00
SECURITY, NEW YORK, (Marine.)
ASSETS., ,.ai,4S,tui 00
Btnrea, dwelling, furniture, bulls and cargoea
nsurd at ratoi . favorabfe aa'.souml permanent
security will warrant, '
-il reapcrtfuily ankef theclilxensof -ealro, a. share of
, , Ofllce t. Firs. Ntonlak- ,
"D5 IiANDVillil.il COLLEGK," '
I.OZANHITll l'reildcnl, Prof.oflASi
'-I'tofiir yataral Nclaiiicesi
C. A. VElt'lIT..
,,1'rof. Mnltiemntlca nnd
l'rlnelpal Man I no si
-Prof, ol EssglUIt.
teoinre on Caiasacrclal
V. V. TKKTtn..
. P.JCETT, JI.D.-I,ecltirr on PbtsUIobT
MRS. L. E. SMITH, Preceptress and Principal of Mu
MIBHW. WHITMAN, Principal of. Primary Bchool.
fiioa if. vv in t .ii A.i. Ai"aia(i . . ,
MltrJ. V. E. ELLIOT f. Tcncher of Ornaumtit "poller
Courses of Study:
TheClaaIcal and Solentlfio courses of thla Institu
tion include the studio.-, usually pursued, and upon
their sticccMfut completion the regular degree aro
The course of in this achool Includes Penmanship
Commercial Arfthmellc, Ilook-Keepla, Telejrraph
lux and Commercial, Law, with tho degreoof Master
HVHIC SCHOOL. ,
In this sehool lnsnictlon Isclrcnln tho, practice of
music uimn Instruments, ami in theory, including
thorough Ilae, Harmony, Counterpointnnd Cnmiol
aitlon, with reference to preparation furlenclilng lb
This department includet the studies necesaory to
rnetuirefotaresralar course In Colleae.
It also Includes a course of study arranged for those-
n Rime time or means are niniiou ami are meretiy un
ablo to pursue one more eiten led.
Tuition per Session of K) weeks, In Collega
irfisii i asaeae it sseses
Tuillin In IlUsiness School ......
" In Preparatory Deprrtment ,
" Uorrmun Enj(llli.M...-..-.M.
i lVlt. VJi IU9IV.t.Mm.Ht.lHI.IINM.
Theorr of Music.
' Use of Instrument..,
Vocal Music, fin class)... ef essas & 00
" Drawing M 4 OJ
" Ornamental Worki.... ....m. 00 ,
The Library and heading Iloom, which contains alt
me leauios perioaciaia, aic tree to ine aiuucus.
T Lo 1 -'
Doird Inprirate families, Including light nnd fuel,
can be obtained al trom 81 to J I ter week.
The next session opens on Thursday, Jsjttuiryajlb;
WO and eontlnnes 10 weeks. ' '
.ludenta admitted at ans I me.
Kor further Inforrustlou, addreei the President, cr
jsnivar.m v.ieric oi iraara oi ,'iruaiec. ,
Vhereas.br Tlrtusnf a rtrtaln Trnst DmiI. bar
Ing data the fourth day of. March, A. I). lH3,and
uiuy recoraea in iooit "n- oi uetus, pager, etc.,
ut ihorncuriU ot AI'iMUdw county, Utatv of jlliaon,
IanlelAble did conray to the Uuderslgucd the fol.
luwlnir described real e.tale.'ttwlt t
Uit numbered (16) fifteen and (K) sixteen, In block
n iinhcred (II) eleren,ln the city of Cains' county roi
Alexander and XUla of llluigla; lu trust, howerer.
ih.it in case of i.jfiult In the payment of the num of
tl.lrt.lwo hundred dollars, due from the said Daniel
Able to Jnhn.N. A. Orlswold, payablo in three rausl
Installments, of ten hundred ajul,LXiy. six M.1CiUjIi
, . . ... . . i ... . .... . .
lara rncii. in uiiv, iwu mii.i inri'o rara irum saiii un
dar of March. A. D. 1 with interest, al the rate of
ti-unerceut. ner annum narable annuallir or anr
pin thereof, according tothe tenor and effect ot three
promissory not a executed therefor, and fully des-
rriix-u in eam inw urru , uui men wie nnaeraineu
truittohould jiruceed li sell said real estate, as by
raid deed of trust provided, and execute to the
purchaser a goo anj aumcient deed conreslng all
ili right, title and Interest of the said Dsniil Able
ty said ueMi oi iruit conrereu in the undersigned)
and whereas, part of said debt and Interest Mill re
mains duo and unpaid, delauil liarlog been made
Now. therefore, pursuant tothe provisions of said
tru-t deed, and at the request of the said John N. A.
(irl.wold, notlco is hereby given, that in accordance
Mitn tne term, or said trust, I win, on Saturday, the
tvihdarof Kebruary, laltf. between the hours of ten
o'clock a-iu. and Ihe o'clock p.in., of said day, at
thn (front) door of the court house, in the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander sad tttloof Illinois, pro.
cecdlosellat public auction, to tho hlghed bidder,
fotcath. the real estate herein before described, to
satisfy the debt now duo and unpaid, and the costs
and charges of aaid trust, and will execute to tho
purchaser a doed for tho premises .old.
Cairo, III., Jsn. SO, 1870-Stw Trustee.
Wt:ar, JssftC. llumphreta and Mary J. Hum.
phreys his wifo by ihelr certain deed of I nut, bearing
untn tho 21st dy of Bc'ptembcr A. D. 1S"S, and re.
corded III the book"?' of oeerts, pago2l In Ihe lte
rorder'a OHice of Aleiander County, lllinnia, did
convey to John ii. Phlltis, the following dracrlbvd lots
or parcel, of land situated ill tlio City of Cairo, coun
ty of Alexander, and titato of Illinois, an t known am
ih'slpntAd on tho recorded map or plat thereof a
lo a numbered five, six and seven (J.Oand 7) In block
numbered eeventy four, til.) inlrust, however, that
Ihe said John n. 1'hillis. If the sum 9! money, or any'
part thereof, sj-i-elned lu said deed uflnui.and In a
certuiu promls.ory note therein duscrtbed bearing
Men dale wilh said deed, for the sum of twsnly.two
hundred dollAlu, niado ami executed by suid Jesne II
Humphrey, aud payable lo the order of Ihichel J.l'hll.
lis one year aflor tho date thereof, should remain
duo and unpaid at tho expiration of tho time epecitied,
and according to Iheteuorjf said note, that ilien the
s.ildJohn II. 1'hillis should make sale of Ihe said
premises, by pui 1 10 venduo to the highest bidder, for
cnh, its by the terms uf said deed are provided, and,
whereas, tho num of rljthcen hundred nnd rtfty dol
lars of said note, together with Interest from ihe
2Wt day of Beptetnhvr A. D. now remains due
and unpala"! Now, therefore, notice la hereby given,
thut at the request of llachel J. I'lilllln nnd umer and
liv vlriiinnf the tnrnn and condition, nrdfibl .Iaa.i nf
trust, and tho power and authority In me thereby'
icrtel, 1. the cald John II. Phlllis, will on Tuck.'
uy (no loin nay in reiiruary, a. 11. istu, at tlio Court
llousn door, In the cliy of Cairo, County of Aleian.
dor and Htuto nf Illlnuls, lntMreu the hours of 10
o'clock a. in. arjd S o'clock p, inioflald daj, lorwlt)
at It o'clock . m., procceif lo sell ut public
vendue, to the highest bidder for cash, the, properly
hereinbefore desoribod, to satisfy snld debt and In.
tcrvstaudthocoitaudoxpcnsout this trust uidiwill
execute and deliver to thu purclmier or purchasers
thereof a deed therefor. r r
JOHN B. WILLIS, Trustee.
Cairo, III. Jan. 29, U70. JamrJ.siw
CJHERIFF'8 8 ALE,
Iit the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Alexander Ooun-
ty in theSlnteof llllui), ajulnst plaintiff for ooils
lu thn following .tyled cause, to-wlt: Itonieo Eriganii
va, II. Ilohart', Hhethar nnd Albert Klsular firm of
Hhethar li Elaglar, lloineo Frlgunsi vs. John
II j land; llomeu l-rnjenst vs. , .ViCorce, ;i
ttivreunto Iwlnnglng, ns,
tho uroncrtv of tho said
Itomeo Kriirftiitl which lahallofferutDiibllasuleatthe
aoiithwestduoi'orthoCiurtllnuse In the city of Cairo,
lii thn Hlaln of Illinois, on the Twelfth dsy of Kei
a, l',,.l?i, ueiwecu sua iiuuraui-pinou ciock. a m.,
and sunset ot said day, for cash, to satisfy said Exe
cution. " , A LOUIS. It, Mi EKS,
Rherilf of Alexander County, Illinois
Cairo, Ills., Jan. Kf, mo. ' , Itw,
VOID QUACKS. A VICTIM EAKLY IM.
. prudence, causing nervous debility, piemalure
sv,4c.,hiis discovered a. simple mesne 'of utv
elrhe will send free to hla ft4Jawauannnr.it Ad.'
Cdrosa'J. H, RKKVKIs, TlraaMaWMM, Kw,VMfcM
Ufump, iiave lovioo.iiiwn ine iniowing'iieacrieM
propeoty, lo.wllt Lot No. l (). bj b'osk No. fifty
lour IM) lu Ihe City of (ViruMthetitiiteoflllUiOLi,
toirellitr Willi all Ilia Privileges and appurtenances
QTRATTON 4 BIKD,
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(Sacceatori ustratton, IInd.100 aarkjL .
American Powder o., and Maaaitaclasawa
Aceitta for Coi" 'Vartsl,
JM. PHILLIPS A CO., :
(Succesior to E. B. Hesdrlck. 4 Co,) , ... ,v
Forwarding and CommUsloa lerekuW
. AND s. it
OMlTO a, a. m ZUlmsBZM
Liberal Advance Made on OonHgmwi'r
Ire prepared to receive, store or fcrwarrflmiW'S
Ut po utii buy or eell un coramiealoa. BiiitSm, t?
ended to wltu promplnm. "Js4wStf,
Q W, GREEN,
ut-vesor 10 tuiiM, tireenftCo.,) w
Q. D. -TVILLIAMSOW, . ,
PRODUCE' AMD COMMItSlOlf' "
x x a o a ,ks xr. mni
No. 76 OhioLevte, Clft IMJ
tinec lai atieniion vi in ..i....
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' Dealer la tj
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BOAT 8T0KES; GROCERIES AH
t l en
HO eOVxlt-S XasTkVa
FLOUR MERClfAITr iT uil.1MMM
AUfcT, , f . ,,(, jal
Jf. "0 Ohio Lev. calry,; mmlfe
OrJr ttnlUtfaa.1 tatM.I .HM...al.. M
fi.lVtJ. ' fviiijiiiy mam
DYAS T. PARKKR. JOHK B.
pARKElt & PijILL, l l
General i t--laV
Comml5sIou aad Forward! 'tt ckuii'
And Dealer, las WM
iirty, torn, oaia, rtraui, Mial f '.rjUM
A YENS Ji CO., -V ViUiw
-tND OtSISiL- tl' ,,ir
no. IJJ uniobtvss, CAIKOtilJUI!
a i tt
Dealer la Groceries, Lime, rarter rarie! nai&n1'
Hale. r-m-, ' 5 fcfl.
oiraR.0,& Con, R'pt ..trw
JOHN W. TROVER CO.. ' ' ' t
UltOKEKS AND EXCHANGE jtpjtyj&
i.iBn,ii .ucri, arcoau uoor rrum con. At.,ho
EXCHANGE ON - .t;i.liw
(Jreat Rritnln. I Kuibtna oakmSna
Ireland, Fraacc. "n T' .
.xortimra UermaHjr, SwcdeH, --.si.
xovxtaj. ' 1 1 1 ,mo
Also. Passace TleV.l.
lAvcrpobl, tendon, Havre, Antictrp,. Mrmm t
r ana uamgurg, to iti 1 or,
OrtoanypotnlYfeaU , . u
JCoclJion. od an aoy polaV.i uro4r
iTI aC TROVER & OOv
,tctlii,e' 1,08,1 afawffijjn.
j; WIll iMteBif fo Ihe paytneat of State, rujiliiisd cjfii!
Eiarttir,$TnKiT, teondioarfram Um.'A
decJi'wdif ,r f' iCrUMsm;
M iik 1 .U4Crr
.! -OMMBRCIAli ATKHUB,
InElllou.. IUythorsaa Boot aad SM4 fra,
l AX l 51o,i ILLINOIS : n.IHAWDr
m-iuix ifn a bWI notlea, MarNf
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