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THE GATE CITY.
KEOKUK, IOWA:
SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT. 16.
A«*iw«l aa4 Dtpkitan »f Haili.
ISorlington
J)es Moines
Chicago
St. Louis ud Cairo.,
ft. Louii Packet
That reiwio.v
Da.
fras elegant, and reflected
fhe highest credit upon all concerned. W#
must defer notice, however, until Monday.
Mare Ramet,
vice
of the McLean Asylum,
Massachusetts, has been appointed Superin
tendent of the Iowa Hospital few the Insane,
Dr. Patterson, resigned.
We call attention to the advertisement of
Messrs. Kiser A" Hillis. They have in store a
new and complete stock, and would be pleas
ed to see their old customers.
Goverkmkxt Sale —At galea' House,
this day. First, in the morning a small lot of
inedieines, in broken packages, will be sold.
Next, surgical instruments to be followed
With the Iron bedsteads.
Ora friend Mr. H. Brince, from Pell*, has
purchased the cigar and tobacco stand of
Charles Weinberg, and intends to furnish
customers with good articles in his line. See
card.
Glass Facrr Jars.—Several grow ©f the
«nftn patent f™it jars, can be had at
Cady & Peck s Hardware store, corner of 4th
•id Mam street. They are cheap and re
^.iirc no wax to make them air tight.
Also, a lot of Hikok's Keystone Cider and
«iue Presses, can be had at the same place.
Clothing Firm.—Our enterprising friends,
Messrs. Vencil k Jonas, have associated
themselves together again, and bought out
the old establishment formerly owned by
them. We are glad to notice this change,
foMwo reasons, namely, that they are good
business men, and secondly, they keep a good
establishment and make good clothes. Their
knowledge and experience in the clothing
business enables them to suit the trade, and
'clothe the naked.'' See advertisement.
Sharp boys evidently grow in Wapello
eountv. The
Courkr
V
gives a specimen brick.
It says "A few days
Bg0
brings the reign of her own arts
wherein spears are beaten into pruning hooks
»ud swords into plow-shares. We witnessed
jesterday almost a literal fulfillment of the
latter part, lit least, of the prophecv. Went
on an exploration through the shops
aelf V I.
a
,i
Mia CLOSES.
7:00
r. m.
7:00
BiriicgMi.,,,
Des Moiaes
Chicago „.......,
Ft. Louis and Cairo
8t. Louis Packet
11:00 M.
12:00 v.
7:00 P. *.
6a-
Pot to® 06 opens at 7 A. M., closas 7 P. *.
day—open from 8 to 9 a. w.
CITY NEWS.
We call attention to the school notice of
Mrs. Lomax in to-day's paper.
Religious Notice.—There will be do ser
vices in the Unitarian Church to-morrow, nor
for two Sabbaths thereafter.
a young school­
mistress in this county was taking down the
Barnes and ages of her scholars, at the com
Bencem^ofthetcrm. She asked a little
White-headed boy, "Bub, how old are you V
"Ha? My name ain't Bub, its John.'
"I ain't old at all. I'm yonng.'
Peace
0f
the
Keokuk Plow Company, now owned and so.
penntended by S. M. Archer & Co. We
found the hero of Resaca, who has won a
bright name in war. on the grounds and giv
ing personal attention to the labors of several
workmen who were going through the pro
cesjes of manufacturing the well known plows
Of this Company, which arc unsurpassed by
any manufactured North or South, East or
1,RS
and bis son Major Kcnuerdine, late a brave
and tried officer of the 17th Iowa. The firm
in h^'-
Srui
Letter flrMi a ftoUUer.
Editor Gate Having been a private sol
dier in Company B, Third Iowa Cavalry. I
f««l at liberty to briefly address the soldiers
who suffered and accomplished so much or
the Union, and who so bravely withstood the
parricidal efforts of the rebels, and to counsel
my
MAIL ARRIVES.
12:30 p. x.
1:00
8:30
3:50
10:00
v
comrades not to taint their bnght record
and glorious feme by affiliating with copper
heads at the ensuing election. I ask every
soldier to look at the past of the Democratic
party their opposition to the contest in
which we were engaged their denunciations
of ourselves as "vandals'' and "hirelings
their wish to disfranchise the soldiers their
villification of Abraham Livrouf the moral
aid and comfort-' they gave to traitors. Re
calling the past and the record of the Copper
head Democracy, can we, as soldiers, now
join in political fellowship those who h«ve
been hitherto our worst enemies WH1 we
turn our backs upon those who were our
friends during the long struggle who render
ed us material assistance took care of lour
families, and prayed for our safety and suc
cess.
Now that the war is over and the soldiers
have returned to peaceful life, with which
party shaft they cast their lot? The Copper
head Democracy, who, under the lead of Val
landigham, could not vote a dollar to carry
on the "unholy and ungodly war," or the
Union party, who stood by us and the (gov
ern ment? I answer, let us stand by the
Union party. To it alone, with safety or
honor can we attach ourselves. It is success
alone that has made the Cops now
letice
Od tl
l»v Kf
AttNei
M*»iated
li l*
Kpnnerdlnp
with him-
late of Mount Pleasant,
reb"ild
house
mtheSpnng and attach steam power in the
manufactory. 1 hey are now however turn"
1 °i IT
a,ul are
prepared to
•npi Jy the demands of ti* lar?e
pntron
they are entitled^ andwillno doubt receive.
Exited States ObvhuiThobpitai,
Keokuk, Iowa, Sept. 15, 18B5.
Lest perious have some appre
henwons as to the cleanliness of the bedding
Jf the hospital, which will be offered for sale
«... Monday next, I have to state that it is un
toutaminated by any infectious or contageons
diseases, all the bedding thus infected having
beendestrojed wider existing orders.
call They have received a large stock
Of fancy and staple groceries. Don't forget
the place Commercial Row, I IT Main Street,
fcetweeu Fourth and Fifth, next to Kammer s
Music Store.
XAn na's Furcaa of the mmA,
»ble to any that art can supply. Ttierofnr,. Ueen
jour teeth elean, aad iu good repair with that
toilet gem, Fragrant 8o.oi.ojtT. Bru.h them daily
With thi. delicious vegetable preparatiM, Md
y
wiu
»»t be likely to erumhle or decay,
d—tu—tbn—?at
Notice to
Photocraihers.—We
JUL T'
The
BilSl
par rrcel-
the soldier's friend. When our success
was to them doubtful, they had for us vilifi
cation and abuse.
Soldiers, let us be true to ourselves and
true to the cause for which life was periled.
As the party of rebellion in the South was put
down with bullets, so let the party in the
North, that sympathized with rebellion be
kept down with ballots, and let It be the sol
diers that shall have the honor of doing both,
B.8. Shaco.
Farxixotox, Iowa.
A Nemh Priest! Arrested.
[Special ilispnlch to the Missouri Democrat.]
Jekfeusox
City,
^ept. l:t.
It is understood that proceedings have been
instituted, complaint hied, and warrant is
sued for the arrest of the Catholic priest at
this place, charged with preaching without
first taking the oath of loyalty. Sheriff Hraus,
who makes the arrest, is a Catholic, but a
fearless officer and a faithful servant of the
law. The priest has very few adherents
among the members of his church indeed,
the most mi'uential oppose the course he has
taken.
Failt in At Ltxievm of Yomtk
H'HIVK
fntr r**rrrei In a briy&t STaukood
Tktrt't nj tuck icord
ns Faii.
And iu the history of l)y*peptie Man there need
be do glootav future full of hypochondriacal fear*,
for one draught of the wonderful appetiser and
hcalt-r. Plantation Bitter*, will scatter the dark
clouds of Dcspondetiry and bid Hope tell hrr
flattering talc" again. For Heartburn. Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Heaviness. Langnor, Hcadache and
Low Spirit?, thi* is the only remedy. If you are
suffering from Dyspepsia or any of its attendant
evil.', use Plantation Bitter.-, and you will find
them is "no such word as fail!"
diw—to—tho—sat
To those desirous of bargains in dry goods,
notions,
&e..
i ''Well,*' (mer. Irwin & Co. as thev have a iarge stock
•aid the schoolmistress, "what is the rest of of
your name? "Why that's nil the name I've
got dist John. -Well what is your father's
me. °u needti put pap's name down,
te am cumen to school any he's too big
to go to school." "Well, how old .re
you
prices.
we would say go and see Kra-
seasonable goods for sale at very
dim
It ••nuie out before nu English Police Court,
that a practiec exi*t! among beggars to keep their
children from growing, by feeding them with gin.
so as to ensure always having a baby, to attract
compassion. In the ca?e before the Court, a child
four ears old was stunted *o as not to appear
more than twelve months old. This result could
never have Keen accomplished bad Pinkerton's
Waboo and Caiisaya Bitters been used instead, as
they arc healthful and invigorating, and can be
used by all ages with benefit. One trial will sat
isfy. For sale everywhere. Wilkinson. Rartlett
A Co., Agents, ivcokuk.
nARUIEO.
I he re*i-i*Tir* of th# father.
J. Hchk4»i» to
otti t»l thi* citv
SSTAJBLIS^ED 1846.
•BO.C. iWDiaSOB iLIX SAkCLtT.
Geo.
Anderson
C.
& Go.
BOkliBS,
KEOKUK, IOW4.
Wedraw onr own Foreign Billion
PARIS, BERL11,
AMSTERDAM. OKNEV*.
rRANKFOBTO. HAS LB,
ft\MBURO, ZURItSl,
BKEMKN, £N'OLArfD,
OOLOGMK, ELAND.
AND800TLAN1)
AL«0 osr
7orkt8t.Loala,Cincinnati
•Ad Chicago.
Keokuk.Iowa, Jan. 4.1366-i
ti i
it
M. K. Taymjh
at
Sjirgeon U. S. Vols,
Paoett&Nodlkk—will open to the public
their new stock of Fancy and Staph Groceries
next Monday. The public will do well to give
them
—Agents—For the standard
ffi«turj of th« Wnr, rompiKA fn lune* ro««l
T"
,T"r
fiB*
Tt.i,U
JU«t
"I1' 'udtJIv iilu.trit.d
l°rtr»ft« "t U-ieraU aLd ».«IiU- wcuti.
t!,e tho people
nn,, llrer„lt.
rare cl„»cP for lartlc. euergrtic
andSSf'tT«*i" *li-*'.l«l offlcen.
'"r"-ln, °f lirortta'.Ic eoi|iluyiucnt, will find
i «d*tr*fl to hfir cnnd'tlon for Hrrn
"iirt^rrn. a i ,» ZKt rJ5K. M-OL'l'Dr
I niork, D^atLuru Okksa.i, III.
fcSm
k
ca
i»u
V MOM H.—Agents wanted in
very County an-l 8t*»- to et-11 the
i"»..r ,VV n
C"^t-
have a
^llfnnwhed car in EddyviUe, Iowa, a large
•tack of goods, one size camera, one siie
Everything good running order, and in a
food location. We will sell the whole thing,
ratrt by
Tery
ch~P
Engaged in other business.
we aS
Black & Bao.
Congregational Chapel, after an inter
nal of three months, having been enlarged
Repaired and re furnished, will be openwi
*ain for public worship next Lord
September 17th, at eleven o'clock,
at the usual hour in the evening.'
0«0. Trachek, Pastnr,
IHK*
Tt.
I'r'r" fully licensed nndt-r
|.(t«r,M,.( R„», •iro».T 4 a.ker
,^t*
Wi" t"*-v
d«» bmt
'i""'thly »«J*rjr Ht«l
.,',n"r l»rfte rnmtnta«ion on «al.«. For iiu
1 .m*1\
l'ri,n'1
rl, '', ",1
"Wnpie. rritory. «nclo«ili|c
PMIB UB'THBKS. «»le Agent* for
l, ,1!1'"'- -21Snmmlt •tr wt, Toledo, Ohio.
aw7-dlin*w.H«
ItfOLASSES BAR'REIjS
A,-«-
rrU, niHdef-Tpreaai-.
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br
2tK
I** ^21! 'ti i.KXi nrH'i»
aJiL.«alr^i
'l!!116 futch Ombro. for sale
bj
_f,e,'lL ^*n-K,N»0». BARtr.BTT
aud
1
anl
(tommeniil.
KBOKCK HABKIf.
Dailt OATI Crrr Orno, 1
September 15,1805. i
Wh*at—Fir*.
Old Fall $1 40 to 1 70 n«W
Fall tl 40 to 1 «0.
Flovi—Doable Extra Fall at $10 60 Extra
Fall $8 50 Extra Spring $8 Superfine $7.
ve—Old
45 to 50c.
•Cobw—40 to 4ic.
Oats—Old at 25 to Me new at IS to Us.
Seeds—Timothy $2 60 t*tM| FlaxMed $2
to 2 35, and firm.
Egos—Dull at lfi to 17c.
Brrrea—In demand, and choice table will find
ready sale at from 25 to 30c packed 18 to 20c.
Potatoes—Common, 40 to 45c. Good, in (de
mand at 50 to 55e. .,
Sweet Potatoes' Oo^I at $1 75.
Labp—20 to 23c.
BACp*—19 to 20o.
SoRoni M—50 to 60c.
Cnn
KESS—Young
Peaches—$1 00 to $2 00.
Wool—Tub-washed 50 to 06e Issas washed
45 to 55c: unwashed J« ofi'.
Hides—Dry flint 12c dry fatted Ve gieaa
and green salted 6c.
1
Tallow—12 cents per lb.
Rags—Free from woolen Si to 4«.
Feathers—From common to good SO to 5^e
prime 55 to 60c.
Review eft
lie St.
Lsali Market.
[From the Democrat, .Sept. 14th.]
Tobacco—The market was firm, and prices wer#
a shade higher. Sales green lugs at $5 20 to 4 40
factory Itiffs at $" to SO planters' do at $6 to 7
75 common shipping leaf at j* 20 to 12 mediuiB
do at (12 25 to It 25: common manufacturing do
at $15 to 24 75: medium do at £2" 50 to :t2 25
good do at $40 fine do at $(!9 50 1"0 lbs.
Floor—There wait a letter feeling in the mar
ket. and sales city choice double extra at $12 12J
choice country do at $10 50 lowdonble extra ftom
50
I"
75 fall xingl? extra at $7 50, and spring
and fall supor at fS 25 to 0 75.
Wheat—Market quite firm and prices stiff, with
BO great Mtivity. r-uled nf choice fall and club
on private terms choice fall at £2 '15 to 2 40 do
at $•- 25 tu 2 30 strictly prime at #2 11: fair new
fall to prime old at $i 61) tu 2 If fair to low prime
at $1 60 to I 75 club at #1 50: common spring at
$1 20: common fall at 30, aad poor do at
10c
to $1 per l.ufbel.
Corn—Notwithstanding the sm&Ilness of re
ceipts, buyers stood off for lower prices, nnd ob
tained concessions. Kale* white at 70c: mixed
prh ate. and yellow and uiixcd. sabjwt to (ioTern
lnent inspection, at fiftc.
!)ts—We note a farther declinc, with sales ol4
at 5(K': choice new at 4*c: sobjeet to tioverniaent
inspection, at 47c on their merits at 45$ to 46c
poor at -43c. and rejected at 35e.
Barley—The weather being rerv warm, the de
mand was languid, with sales of fair spring at 95c,
•Its returned.
liye—Market steady, and aale. at 82}e, sks in,
and iu lots at 65c. sks out.
Provisions—^The market was quiet aad un
charged. of M. O. pork at $27, and prime
at $24 "f brl.
Whisky—Declining, and sales a $2 2$ and ia
lots at *2 27 gallon, with no demand fur l»rgp
lots at the close at the inside price.
Hay—Choice tight-pressed tiinotby at $1# 00
prime loose-pressed do to feeders at 16 to 10 40
and good loose-pressed at *15 toa.
P«tatoe«—Northern at 5*e p«r bushel, and from
wag'ns at #1 .V to I 60 per brl for nefbannocks,
buyer-, furnishing t• 1 and !*1 05 to 1 15 lor mil
ler* and pinkeyes.
Onium—Supply large and market dull aad low
er. with saWf at 52}c delivered, aad good at 45c
per bushel.
Hides—Demaad g«odj .and sales of flint at 15e.
We quote dry salted at 12c: gie^D aaltcd at 7tc
poiiml.
Tall«w—steady and firm at 15 to 15|«.
Butter—Very firm, and sales choice dairy at ¥7|
per lb.
Poultry—Sales at $3 S« for old. and $5
low
Fca'hers—Demand active, aad aale of prime at
»0 to 5c.
Wool—Market steady, and sales of tub-washed
at 65 to 76e common at 55c fleeee-washed at 53e
unwashed Merino at 3^e: native unwashed 36c
burrv do at .'iO to 2c.
liar Iron and Cut Nails—Bar Iron is in good
demand, and the market is firm. The demaad for
Nails has been very large for several months past,
and stocks here and at the factories are very light.
We quote lu at $0 75 per keg.
Groceries—Market steady and firm.
BAIT-
itewtawwf Cklea(e Market.
[From the Tribune of the 14th.]
The general market continue.! dull, at least so
far as actual transactions for ••liipment are gon
eerned. There is still considerable activity
speculating circles, particularly in Wheat, but
the failures that have occurred within the past
two days have tended to render operations cau
liuu--. and there is less disposition to follow the
market.
In Provieious we have to report a healthy de
mand to fill orders, and the market for barreled
pork and lard u firmer, but bulk meats are en
tirely neglected. Megs pork was in fair request
and firm, with sales at &)l for original packing
and $30 50 for repacked wes*. Prime mess pork
was held at $2fi. with sales repacked $25, and on
p. t. Humps were sold at $'22 25. There is tio
demand bulk meats, and the market i« entire
ly nominal. Lard is scarce and very firm, with
sales of prime kettle and steam leaf at 25Jc, and
steam at 25c. Brown and yellow grease are
good demand, with sales of the former at 13
lS}e, and of the latter at 144c.
The demand for flighwines is more aetive, add
the market to-day ruled firmer, with sales at $2 22
to 2 23.
The Fiour market is dull, in view of the unfa
vorable advices from New York. Buyers held
aloof in anticipation of a decline, which holders
would not submit to. in consequence of the high
price of wheat. The transactions were light at
®8 75 to 10 50 for white winter: 50 to 9 S7t for
red winter $7 to 8 35 for spring extras, and #5 to
6 25 for spring superfine.
The market for No. I spring wheat opened ac
tive and 4 to lc higher, selling as high as $1 51
on the curb-stor.c. On 'Change the market open
ed at $1 All, at which it ruled steady until near the
close, when a desire to realize on the part of some
holders, caused a depression of 2 to 3c—the mar
ket closing unsettled. No. 2 spring declined 2 to
3c. Kxtra spring was quiet and 2jc lower, lied
winter was firm. iSales at *1 85 for No. 1 w^iite
winter: $1 75 for No. I red: $1 45 to 1 48 for No.
2 do: «.e fur rejected do: $1 54) for extra spring,
$1 45 to 1 51 for No. 1 do: $1 26 to 1 30 for No. 2
do, and f5 to 90c for rejected do—cloains unset
tled, with buyers of No. 1 at 1 47, and sellers at
$1 47J to 1 48.
The market for Corn
new bar-
S/rrnhum .Volatsts
for «ale
IOBBKTMN ALBBKS.
VM7"AN*lEp—200 fcbls. Sorghum
Molasses
oy f«bl6J .OSERrBO.N a ALBEKS.
S'ou).iL£(\AF "tKlP-S.perior to any
Gotdm &$rv ja-t rpreived uy
^pl'' KUBEKTSON A A1.BER8.
W'S^^^Pi^burFCit^
•"p WI LKtNSON, BARTLirr A 00
fre»b
ratrt br Tv? '*»rr*n
received this
f*Or tl4'0
C%!Zba
at red iced
Lath.
Li M*rww 'WVItDKKS are Inform*^tlut w»
u.fr,uriuK
u,.ttmuk
he T,nou"
kinds or Pinw Uiiuber:
L?,h
Day,
''romptattention »n-
Twb«»- UOSMK* A So
CrJrt»ta
Da muki, —«wh*
Lie# Cmrtalai,
Wlaitow SkaUi,
M« Lia«n aa Cambric,
..... out reralc«i,*e.,4t.,*e.
WUWDOIV SHADES PfBllingii
a S i s a
WIWI11 A 0a%
et. .IfJUbt Kwt
wm
dull and folly lc low
er lit the opening, but after the receipt of the New
lork despatch tho decline was recovered and the
marlu* closed firm. Sales at SO to 62c for No. 1:
56 to 57« and 50 to 53c for rejected in store: 02)e
for yellow afloat. 02c for No. 1 afloat, and t'.2c for
No. 1 free oa board. The market closed firm at
61$c for No. 1 and 57c for No. 2 in store.
The market for Oats was moderately active and
steady, with sales at MIJ to 31 Jc for No. 1: 20e for
No. 2 and 24c for rejected in store. Rejected afloat
sold at 26c. Tho market closed firm at 31Jc for
No. 1 in autre.
Kye was dull and 2 to 3c lower, with sales at 71
to 74c for No. 1, and 6» to 70c for No. 2 iu store.
Barley was dall. heavy and 10 to 11c lower,
with sales at 79 to 82c for No. !. and :!7jc to 1 10
for .ample lots, according to quality. At the close
there were no buyers of No. 2 at over 7.
Timothy Seed was In good demand and firm,
with liberal sales at $3 70 to 4 00 for fair to prime.
Flax Seed is scarce, and prime samples would
readily command $2 75. Clover nominal at $14 00
to 15 00.
There is nothing new in the general Grocery
market. Trade continues active, and all leading
articles are firm at quotations.
There is more activity in the Wool market, but
there is no improvement in prices, which remain
about the same as heretofore. Sales to-day and
yesterday include choice fleece at (tOc fine at 57ic:
good Illinois at 57c: coarse Iowa at 54c. and choice
4eeee on p. t.—all from second hands.
•CACTLB Tauf.—Thirteen ear leads of beef
eattl. and three of begs were skipped from the
dsget to this eityfer Chicago on day laat
CUsag. Lirs Itsek Markets
[From the Tribune of the 14th.]
Cattle—The market to-day has been moderate
ly active and priees evince no ehange from yester
day. The receipts are ample for the demand and
the day eloses with quite a number left unsold at
tbe various yard. Pittsburgh, Baltimore aad Ohio
buyers are the chief operators, and stock Cattl.
and fair butchering Steers and Cows have been
the most sought for. Speculator* have taken their
usual quantities, bat our city butchters have been
very tardy in their transactions. They have not
yet determined upon the course they are to pur-,
sue, and until they do so they will hardly be able
to act at all. Should they determine to starve the
city into submission, there will be a falling off in
the demand for butchers' cattle for a few days,
until some enterprising and reasonable man oould
arrange to step in and occupy the rich field which
the«e men propose to foolishly abandon.
We predict that they will do no such foolish
thing. They have found the plucking too rich to
be cast aside without a better reason.
We quote the market to-day as modsrately active
aud prices firm and unchanged. Hanging from
#3 75 to 6 30.
llogs—The receipts to-day have been liberal
and the trade active. Prices are rather firmer to
day, with a trifling advance. Tbe inquiry has
ibeen for the better class of hogs for the Cincin
nati, Buffalo and Philadelphia market. The ar
rivals are generally of a superior class, and are
readily taken at round prici-s. One or two lots
found purchasers at $12 per 100 lbs. This is of
course an outside figure, but shows tbe inflated
state of prices. New Yorkers are doing compara*
tively nothing, it bciug utterly impossible fortheca
to operate without loss.
i,
|2 70 eld $4te4U
Okioss—Dull at 35 to 40e.
Hay—No change. Timothy $10 50 Prairie
50 to 9 00.
W e quote the market as rather active and prices
a shade better. Ranging from $11 15 to 12 00.
Sheep—No change. Price $8 50 to 4 50.
St. L.ali Live Stock Market.
[^rom the Democrat of Sept. 14th.]
Beef Cattle—Tbe large supply of commoa eattte
has caused the market to !o very dull for this
grade since our last semi-weekljr report. Choice
are scarce, and there is a demand for all that are
offered. We quote choice and extra choice at $5
50 to t! 00. with a few very fine ones selling occa
sionally at #6 50 fair and good at $4 to 5 00 com
mon at $! 75 to :t 75 per 100 l'i» gro^s.
Hog Market is quite 4G"r
nn'l
Veal Calves—tiood demand but few arriving
Prices tang, at from 7 to 15 0# per bead,
Cklcage Dry U*«4a.
The 7Vi'" of the 14th, esv
The l»rv Uxod' market is very aetive. There
are a l»r»- tjytpber of country buyers in town and
our ji bling hooae* have their hands full. Brown
Sheeting arc searre and 2Jc higher oa sur.dard*.
Bleached (loo la are firm at our last quotation',
but the stock is light. Other staples are firm at
ear last quotations' The general rtotk of feeds
is better than last week.
law Verk Market.
By Telegraph.] ass Taaa.Cept. IS.
Cotton—active, bet prices atrady at UA4i]c fcr
•iddttar.
Floor—Dull, heavy and 10 to 1ft* lewtr at ^07 "I
for Bxtra Hat S 11O for rota won to |ogJ ah
pin* braadt Batra It H. aad S 10-^10 00 for Trmida
Braoi. avk'l eloainf beavj with bo lave» at oatUde
I i ludfd Id aale« air ie btU. Btira Stat,
for Oc 1 U. 60
Wi.J^kj—t to 2c better State aad W«tletnat2X#
2 2§. clouug Cnaer at latter pric-.
Graia —H but dkli ami 1 to 9c lower at 1W
C'lika JO Ffr'OK. 1 60#1 for Hl. Clab 1 SS
rtl e: for Aaibsr HII. lattar price abave Uie amrket
i Q-J kt
li
for
young.
BH-swax—The demand is good at 45 eents fur
prime.
i.ew AiiiUtr auil u-sr White State.
Chleag. larkri.
By Telegraph-1 Uaica.e Sept. 14.
Flt ar—
te U li {over. Pale* at 12 OOw 12 50 for
Wtiite Wlnt.r.9 ZS for J^dBinor, and 7 **"#5 in for
Sirinj Ultra*
liriuu—^prlbg Wbeat irT»-j(Ti!ar ao4 aatattiad, cloain^
about tc higher, aad Red WI alar aucbaagel. galea at
1 4 ^l fur Ko 2 Be^ 1 4»St 5 for So 1 Spring aad
1 Xi01 it for No S I?piin* IVrri to lc lut»er iale*
at til'^^eic for No 1, ami tor No 2. Oats act
ive au.i lte iti^r at
4#a2|i.«r
No 1 aa.l
for No2 Bye 1c lower at Tic for K» 1 aad 67#*Sc for
No 3. Bsrley 1 to 2c better aad active. Fsl.s at Uf
Mc for No S.
Wlilskf—firm at 2 tt'd,2 £3.
Proyisi ius—L'ull and easier, fates of me*3 jorkat
80 U»St Ul. aud prime ateas dall at tt 0B. Lard scare*
ami firm at 23' ilk iw-atc d!! aad taslsil.
llf-ga—Firmer at 11 1*1012 (S.
Beef Cattle—£Wady at 3 50*6 .0.
Beed—1 iinothy Seed dull aud 10- lower. Salsa at S
St flax Seed firm at i *0«3 0.
Sew York Money Market*
My Telife»pk. Ssw Tosi,8*ft. U.
Money—fcu»ly at 6^S psr cent.
Sterling Kit ltan«e_St*adjr at
OoM—Hear aad lower opening at ,aad atasfng
at 14."
4
Oorernnent Stocks—Les. active aad lower.
S-30 Con(on 107't,
Ss of'81 Coupons at 107 *^J.
7-30. (Id »eties) Wii
U. S. 7 otH ('2d series) ©si1^.
Stocks—H ear y.
CA P71!i OA C139^ A Rl MA PDCtlJ^
o W a 7 8 W a y n e 9 7 A A S i A I I
pfd«l ICSci!pl2t 8
1 yr C. rt Pac Mall ISO
N Y 9 3 K i e 8 e A 1 0 7 U a s o n 1 1 0 a
lem 75 R-adiu* 1UT MC1K»/
S 6#
OAM Cert »i, Oulckullver 4*'
V i i i e a
•,V®225£2
i|^*at Kx««lalSe, Mlrsts sad|l«|
arts
at Perfkai*, SiadlM fraat ike
•si» aad leaatlfkl Flawar IVaas
whirls il takea Ita •••**.
Manafartured only by PHA f,0!t SOIV.
lr#~
Beware of Counterfeit.
•t»'• for I'hfllnn'M—IWv atUnr*
Bold b.T dmzifista generally.
)nlyl-daw€a-eat tnea tbn
INDIGO—l^engal,sale
Madras and Manffij, rfie
very best grat.s, tor by
WILKINSON, BARTLITT A CO.,
W'oMs broHlsto, Mala St.
"jwars si MBBlerMts aad aafria
ag^saasng
Watches.
prioes range
from $e 75 to 10 2a per 100 lbs gr^ss fur light to
heavy.
Sheep—Market continues very dull, and sales
at $4 per head. W» quote common to extra ehoic.
from ¥2 50 to 5 00 per head.
Milch Cows—Choice are scarce, and we quot.
fair to eholee «t from $40 to $60. An extra cow
with her calf (old for $e0. uuhaoq are dull at
$20 to ?,n oti.
By
^al»( at I U)»i! j*t. Barley u S t.cnm.a). Cum
DMrlj ti! uoaoani, TI^Hc for Boaouad
for (uund tailed: S8c for bi(b m'xed. Obtalr
l.-tti-r »t 50c for aew Ohio, and Uc new State and Mc
fur Wi»t-*i:i.
Urweriw—' offee dall. Saffsr dall:
Crta aad Maseo
vado at 14c Uolaaaea dall.
Wool—Dall
Petruteom—Dall at for Crude for B^
taebn Bond, sud 74*s"^c for do Free.
Pro ia-oii•—jrji t/ii a,id lo* «r at SS M031 br
new mess, cl^t!0|( at
Hi 3T'•* ,'.0 fgf
1S4SS—4 Jo W 01 ptiat, ud .» Ui^iy iu '_r ytimt
mesa Alao.TAsi bt/s. new a,r«a fvT Oct tier, selbsra'
tiou, al 3^ Wl. Ueef iteai' at S 00 foi plain acd
and 11 UOSI4
it)
for extra men. Beef ham* doll, Cat
Heata (j'i '1 at for sboaldera, aod for
batua. Bacon ,1 ill L*rd tirmer
Vi-T\c.
Bnaer at M#Ste for Okio, at,d 34 «43c for Bias., ChMM
quiet.
Stc.
V1T0B JlfUI
SAM'JL G. BRIDGES,
MO, 1 IltM HOiuU,
OOKUm VKU AJHBHAINITMUTS,
tiunii
THI CKLIIUTBlt AMlttlUAS
KB
ENGLISH WATCH
8 W I 6 8 W A
IB fleldaBdlllferlaatlBgCasd
E 8,
FINE OOLD JEWEI{BY,
or aviBY osscKirTioN.
Bracelets,
Or
DiaaonriOood*.
rta*6«u,
gold Chain*.
Keys,
»ial(,
Silver JhisBB
LodUts,
BwcUw,
OBarias,
Battoa.,
Studs,
Reck Chains.
Kiniatnrs Ftaa,
Diamond,
Bapbln,
Bnerald,
Bub
Plaa,
J.
rl,
Oaraet
60.
Ffeai
OOftAli, PLAIB AID MALI RI*
COIN SILVER WAKE
TableBpooa.,
Tea
Table forks.
Tea forks,
Udlea,
OoblrU,
•Uv.r Thimbles,
SucmrgpooDt,
Hostard Spooa.,
Butter Ksirea,
Pratt
Napkin Rings,
COM,
aaltMlm.
SILVER PLATED WA&S*
TaaSeto,
8aWera,
Tea Battles,
Barry IMsbaa,
Tablespoons,
Baskets,
Batter Knives.
Tea Bella,
Card Receivers,
TaaSpooaa,
ferka,
Cap.,
Forks,
•s#kla Ktag
i
Oaatora,
Oobteta,
Ice Bowl.,
Ladles
oa
Dsaai rtSpooae,
Byrap On pa,
OoauHaioaB*
i O E i i
Doable-wall,Hrw Style*.
V
Jk.
3KT O "W
a O O 3
WritlDfCase*,
Deak.t
BbellOotnba,
Baffalo U»r Brash..,
Pla* Sclsaors,
Pocket Knives,
Table Cutlery.
Iu,
Papier Marhe Boae.,
rVea-in^ Caae.,
Traveling Baa,
Maerv hacm rlpea,
Spy ijlasses
Comb.,
Card Caae«,
Port ii»ii-.,
IroaaeOrnasaeeSe,
Silt
't
S E A E S
BeM.8llTer osteal Colored and O^raiaa SllverSpecteal
Bye Qlas.es.
91$hn Pitted te FrimM, aiy Fmi
OOLD PENB.
1%. —l.dltrttet Bold Peas, all ili*S SsMaii It
e.r HsMsri All onr b-st Pens Wtrrmutt4.
Peat Be-polnted.
O K S
(ULaJtassCLCCts entirely at* style. keeplBf moatl
lay of tbe week day of the moetb. Also eight
day and thirty hoar weigh land
SprlB(Clocks
ALL WABBANTBD
I s I A Y 0 0 0 8
Bwerli, tet|a Saaea
Strap., BaStoas, Bcflea,
Bats, Wreaths, OoW Btsld,
Silver Braid, Ooldtaaslaa, Ohaevrpas
frrtmtalion Ivordi lide to Order
Pistols! Pistols! Pistols!
Oelt's Army and Sut
Oolt'st. and s ij lack.
Smith A Weataa'ila. la.4
Pond's
PraMott'»Navy
Bacon's Patent
Cartridge. 4f all
Atlerdars wHt n»^re prw»ft uteniloB
7 0 O E
Bat tar
Watekea, Watch Caaes, Stiver Ware. Hair Work,
bleats and Jewelry of every 1**cr1pt!on
made to order.
Watch Repair!
a
OkreBoasters, Dnple*. Bnjrll.h. Oliver anl
Toledo 106
NEW PERFUME
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF.
G.
W.tcbet repaired and *djo»tfd In t"
beat style Isnagin.bl*
(Banssans tol.T.T.SaSeyJ
IUL11I tf
OfbeaatlfaldeaigBs.madateordi r.
Eagraviag
I A N O V O i a
CABINET OStOAH(«,
HA IB MONK7'S|Mand
HtlUDEOSS,
VrosstkalMBtMaanfactoriesin the UnitedStates. Also
a great variety of
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
mitruelirm BotAt
Saint Xaouls.
ORBAT MDVOTION
IN PRICES OF
SEWING MACHINES!
Th.M aatfaalsd laehlas. Car badly
saaaaflMtarlag parpwse are asw
••'a rhfiM, at tke Islat Leaii Affemcjr,
wo. N.t M. Fossrtk atreet, thaa anywhere
elae In America, lead for Price List.
A»enta wanted.
... IDWIK DBAS,
•«^-4iafel Osasral Ageat.
w. (. uaaau. j,0. Wreor*
KKRDALL WTCOFF,
Mmntsfftctar«r« of
Cracker*, Bread mmI Cake*
Aim, Oingtr Jfidi, Jtaeeanmi Skapt,
te Betters. J.bbers •aaaraetartrs' i
reals
HAHDWAEE
SaltSpoont.
P«M»rtSp.oBA,
Pie a •!*-•,
Ice Creaa K afVM
Jellj 8Uion»,
Pickle Morka
Children
and
Nos,
Cvmmltrton •Werfhant*,
Ms. 127 Bferth Bscesd St.,
(As*
Mm from
WesMapfoa ians, last Mb)
8 A I N O U I S
jy21-Ua
ALBXANDKB TTLPR. MKLVIl L* SAWTBB, late
Dtp'y P. Gin. Ho.
TYLER 4 SAWYER,
CBKBRAL
COMMISSION A\H FORWARDING
•BBC0ANTI,
I*. 711. L«tm lid No. US CsaaereitllLy
8 O I 8 O
•aftaaacas—Bietiaedaes A Co. Bt. Lottie A. F.Aa
t*!^»fVi. St. Lonii: W» Tro^g A Co gt
Con.ntiK-s A Co Pt Loois Dwiicht Dnrkee, Banter, Bf
Loals: vireeley A Osle, St. Loo
la O. C. Hal*. Cashier Ke
oknk.
trr mj.t attention to tbf »a!e ami pnrcliani- of Prodore
aad Serckari'hee g. tinaily Lib, ral cash adranceaient.
atade oa con*ijjctr.ent« ianell^6n
ESTABLISHED 1829.
E A A O
We. 76 Merth reartk 8treet,
OORIBB 01.1
TK. VNDKB TIIB EVERKTT HOCBI,
SAIST LOUIS, MO.,
Wbolseale and Retail Importers aad tValerslB
Watches, Clocks, Music Boxes,
FANCY GOODS A SILVER VARK,
ARE
now receiving fir the Fall tnnie a
Ur» m-ply
t,f ,trra «•.-».« ftr .',.»•«f«r
alac a w, il of Itury 1
»r 1
F*Ji Urtu
of their own manufacture,
tinn
i .toe111
America
e very
J9F* Clocktand Jewelry Rrpai
cots. Bf AlN AND A'rH «TK
a y S- I O K K
I:TI.
W A
A I E V 6 A
N N
JEVfELRY
WATCHES, CLOCKS,
SILVER AND PLATED Wi LRa,
w awaii
IVeatly Exe cnled
Th* Wfttcfc R^ptir'ne Depart meet b^inp ui de rtb#
of M. JJ.J. ATM»*jTorn«rly of
Daarille Kt whos^r^pfjtAtJon ft w»ll known |jy auy
of onrcttiieiu,
v« are prepared to
Upslr Watffcei, Clicks tad Jivilry.
la
the
most latisfbetory manner
Sa« TS Mala is., Ks.kak, l.ws.
for the different Instruments A
choice assortment of
VtMnand Ouitar Strinaj
Jhutc— ti)*
fafgeat issorf mant In the State latTpnbllca
ttaBS|»tracaTred. tfAILEV A yANN,
•AfcataftraH.
N O 1 8 6 6
Drugs
at Gold
WILKINSON, BARTLETTtCO.
94
Mmin Street,
WHOLESALE Bfilfmm
jMrnOre stoek at ItbaleMSt Basket rate
wtth the
«nat dseOM la «ald.
T.
by far tiia iug-wt aiui t*,t s»l^ct«l in ili^
W.«t Tnelr prire* are lerynenraa low as b. fore th.
war r«pe'i*l attention ii dir^cfd to thi-ir »!,•» u!
All az«* «oiii,l a!i-!»(ti. n »arrant«I
*c-,"'» «nd "rariliati Prl.l.l.s frame.or «.t to oHer
*11 Old war. r-pl»:.d Holid Si|»fr made to order.
W*t» be. nr»ful!» r^ptired by good workmen and
8. IIAiniliL
Ten-Byck's
dr.
I*. 47 Berth Bevralb St., hat. Plae aad Mti«
ST. LOl'lS, MO.
All orders promptly atteaded to at lowest pri's. aad
Siortest notice. Jy31-d*m
A & O
CUTLERY
139 & 141
Main St.,
S O U I S
M-Scl. Aeeats foe B. A T. FAIBBAMU & ODLf
•CAtBS.aad HB&BIKO A OO.'S 8API8.
131 -dka
ami
TO*
JA».
I.
VArtftAe
Von Plinl, Wafers
A
Co.,
WHOLESALE GE0CEES
AMD OKNBBAL
9waramtu*-
Ibei are in iaily recelj,t of t'liatelnin Chains. Vn{
tio -eaU, Keys.
Pm»iI._
Pens. Kackl-cm and Lyrkna
*vi*t ?rrii uf JrwrLr.r. in fullai.d half suits, snd a flne
*tW !if Paarl, »rt oFered at redn, 1^) rate*. Their IHa
*vn
Crmr-
antied Hair work and joW.ing done r.n ntjort notice
Prir.. low", tbnn any nimll.r in tb. W.^tern
country. N. B.—UasA AiS^ar (iW
ami Stlrrr.
tii^- 1 hem a call. B. JACCAKD 00.
jTSI-djBS
B. f. BABK7 lain CkAt JAB. A. Va^lDT
Metxb't, B'k at. Louis. of bt Charles.
A K V & O
IXCLCFITILT
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.Vo. 19
0py«lt.l|njUi1i Hotel,
sAixr Louis,
PERSONAL
attention given to tbe sale of
all kind* of
Produce ana Provisions,
AND Tm
PBHmg qf Orders for Marckandht,
And all kinds of
FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
Fraaapt Ratnra. €«ara»tee||.
M«la (facta. O. OORIN A CO Keoknk, iwlKw
cbaats and Bankers of St. Lonis. aagl2-d«m
tt
CO,,
WHOLESALE QB0CEB8
-AID
POWDER AGENTS,
lOOOornex
Value
Main
the trad* taattbey baveoa
kaad,aad an oeastaatly ta
oeMi|fna suuiofaetotars
aad eastern cities a large
stock
at
I'lBAX OUH
O E
Hty offer to -sail
at prices as LOW AB
I I O W I
JaaSB-dly
JJAI81N8,
nos,
DFRKBB'gtHCStf
OOLOATra BO
AM,
*AipT»S BLAOCUTO
Column^
I A E S A E
—AID-
•ENERALINSUIANCE ABENCf,
Oflsssafl St.,Ke«k«k,I*wa.
Real Estate Bought aaulSali
fin, ftiver, tiki tld tlfi Inartm,
•HI BIBTIIDIMWITY IV THI WJL
/Ktna lasaranee Co., of Hartford, OoM
CABI kSSRTB,|i,800,43ff.00,
Home Intaraoce Compan of NewYeA*
OAta ASSETS tl.7l4,M9,C,
Insannee Co. of North Amerira PhU«J
(Iacorporated 17M,)
0AS8 ASSETft ll.7l#,ni 00.
Beomrity Fire Insurance Co. ofNiwToric.
OAS! ASStTS,Sl,«M,T
Lor il lard Firr Insnrance Co of New Yotk,
CAS I ASSITS.$7M,MS.O«,
Arctic Fire Insurance Co. of New YoVky
dill ABB
STB,
Inleroationsl Fire Ins. Co., of K.York,
CASH ANXTS, |I,K4,1U.||,
North American Fire Idb. Co.,ojN.y*,
CiSB 189BTI, ICVT.MT.C0,
Travelers' IDS. Co., of Hartford. Con*.
(Iaanrea against all kinds of accldaat.,)
Caah Capital |Wt,MO,t«.
Coin. Motnal Life
Idb.
Co. of Hirt/crd
fSknn ASBKTS, tT.OOfl.OO".
pHE BEST 18 THE CHEAPEST
CONBECriCl niUAI.
MAfe Insurance Company,
Of BAKTFOBDj
Assets Jaaeary list, t»«S,
$ 7 0 5 1 O O O O
0*Ac**rrmaUwiaitfor
Qkt Ttmr:
Beeatvedfor Premiums
Beceieed Accrued Interest-
lt»1M
6C7.TH4 St
toUl $3,049,7 48 1*
Aatoaat of losava dnriar tfc. y*ar SMO,]: 7 t.e. b*ie(
one hoa-lr-d and twmy seren ttion«and dollar, les.
than tbf intere.t on m»liiKiili. Nninler of
i»«ned dnr:i,r tbe rut fli. Tutal tniml*r of po'klee
l».n«ii .int. in oraaniration. rv,r «,000. PitideLr 1
.re
•eade aimtiallr and aTtrsge on tv percent P( ikkf
i-*0'd onllt n ,n-forf-itin* andoth^r r^lann. Pan 1 klei.
and all intormation oUalned on ap(.liratior tf the wj.
known tnsnrance Agency of H. g. TBX-I¥CI
auyU
SALh—rtietwo ptorr Brick Dwr-lling
Hon*, now occnpird by K B. 'igdea, Bao ccnlaia*
in* 9 or 10 room-, wit rUtem. troit and oruo-ea-al
trees tngrther with a bHrk stable, b-eated in a »er* da
•liable n^rjrh'i rb.-od, ©a 1 rleaar, brtar.n fixtii and
^"'"'h
Thi*
pllea'ion be aiade soon. Ki
Ui sold (l,e. ii sn-
tuire
•T'8 TL.V EYCK.
SALE—A two rtorj- Brick Dwelling,
w tb 11 rmims, cistern, teller,
fo-
Innr stable
fur
ur horses, full l.,t, wiib consider.ble trait tr.es, Ac.
rbis proper tj i» iotb^be»tof ord^r. snd will be sold
"lib or »iibiul tbe Sorrttnre now in tbe hro«e. This
property i. lueatid on Morgan. l-etwe»n lith and ISth
-f .ts, and-Hi :.e sold for the rem.rkai.lr low prire of
*».isj0,or,e third in tasb, b-1
a ace in three equal an aval
I*)m»nt., *nb ibtereet BaqaireofJ W ?ti»p«ow or
"•I B. TB.S-EVtK.
Oil S-vLE—A 'l^sirahle rp.=idv cco. Tha
t«° story Brick U 'is» n.,» iiecopi, br S Fnll.r
on Cortn, b, tw-en Tw.l-th aud Thi ti-nth
T'1. prorM-rty is in ^d repair and is ro!.»eirertlv ar
rang .1. Ti'le |vriwt auglit- 11 TKN-BTi k.
I^OK SALE—The House and Land now
oec^pi-rt 1.) barbs Iri, oa the bluff, to miiea
and a halt above Ke. k uk-lU srr-• of land, 15 rnder a
5 aid w„l| f, ac-d. Pta- r*vtk
of f.uit tree, .mall fruit, and ar.pe«, bri. k COB
tamir.e S roorn». cellar, stern at ret b. n-ee: a
diairabi^conntt) re»|».
c,.. Pos«,|(n
tbs Sill of Oo-
•ober Ttll'- p-il^t Bnjuirr vf
*"g* H. TBS ETCK.
^ALp—A Collate Frame Dwellir#
.T*-
bf
Wi'li-m VesKill.aftk,-}
r-tns rtste n, r.lljr, wjod boos?, f„n
lenod efts Jran trees, Ac «itn»u-d on Iflzb bet#«.j
^enth and kirtth stre-t.,
K^,knk.
Title
Rjod
Per-
.e.«ion 1st uf October Ki,.(niri-cf
J-Tl4 n B. TBU BVCI
1-t HA l.fc,.— I he south haif
of
T' hlo*k ,6"r
I
Walnut St.t
the doafcl
111 Z
FOR
1
t.nck residrece ft rmeil) ocmp.ed bv SJOia.
«q containing 8 room., goc«) cellar cirtern, :a*le
and all in g**oO order Thi. prop, rtv Is «itna',d oaT
m. a lelwwn eerenth and Ei«hth .treeu,snd 1. avers
It
neighborhood. «*s*ia
the Brst of ixtober next. Title go.«l or ro ,s!e f».
qnireof CJ 131 I| B. TIN-AYCIL
8ALE—-Two autifal Lrite, 01
Oigh«trv-et, (r.urtbsid»\ between Otbsm, lftV
street. wM.i ,|! fran:e awellM* ,.B «ffle: »(«j. (,*
of b.t 8 1, «ck !•/.». near the corns, or liih and tfils
•treet. (vnth Hup,. ill, iram» it re on it. a!-o caat tC
on bnson «tr»et, aflj^ElnsB.
A ill lam. »-.ondry. All this pr pt-ly ajil t,
p'- ,t'*a*24* or
a
lcM
sal*- Pniah e
TBVe.y^l-
tX)R bALE—10 acres of the best land
A In this .oeri. n, well calcnlatf-d for either rr*ne*e
other frrttt. and is all under the rery highest -Mt* i,
«-o mile, ot m» ffice,.BI
will be iol(t with or without the e rope now ep^a It. Be.
°L TBX-EV'CK.
j^OR S.\LK—A Brick Cottage Dwell-
-'II fenrrfi. with lea or frmt »itna:i on Vhlfsa
strae', between 10th and 11th streets. Ki-ofcuk. Till,
good. Bcgnire of [ma.vl!] B. TKN-KYOB.
Fj^OR
^ALE—A Frame Cottsge con
taininc rooms, with weH of water and ft,!! tot,
and 31 .treetal
Krit e *1.000. Title good or BO tale.
n TBV-?YC!T.
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A 111.on thecorner of 3tijsnd Paiean streets. WU
be sold at a bargain. Buqalreof
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8ALE—The west hslf of a twe
story double brick Dwelling Honse.containers!*
rooms,cistern tood^cellar bonse painted and „.k4 all
over, lot well fenc daqdallin g6od ord»r,«itu«ted Bear
th*-cornered lithand le»)4oine# street# Titl» ^ood
Price$1W0 C&Qoireof B. TFN-KTCR
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wi'b !l roooi,cistern,cellar, ornanientaltrers.
abd two full lot«,«itu*Wd on tbvforoernf 5tb and Frank
!lntreet»,lu a good neighborhood. Title rood o ae
sal^e.^^Price,H,500. Bnqnlreof U.B.TBN-BYCI
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O i A A i i i e w e i i n i w i
8 or S rooms, ci.tern cellar, lot iO by 100 feet .'ta
sted on the corner of id and BxchanKestreet. A gead
chance for some .tramboat man, a ho want, a r'—as
si
therivsr. Tltlepod or nosal». Price tl VK) Bannli
Ping.with
3R SALE—A Frame Gottape Dwell
»even rooms, cistern, rood cellar and
nne growth of frnit trees, with Atll lot, and all ii Mod
order,.floated near baiiuaae, oa Exchange tri-et b»
tween 6th and 7th streata. fltl. good Price #2
Bnqo're of n. TKN-BYCI.
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si ALE—A oice Brick Colisee,
with two full lets.BaeBara, Woodshed,Cistern aad
Crfly.iitnstedon Pranklln, between #th and loth Bia.
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Title good. Pricet3,400.
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B*0r SALE—I'wenty aores of besi^
A I »r Orape Land, on «nd near tbe
•ippi rirer, abont three mile above the city of KeoBak
Price,$a,Me. Bnqaireof aena««
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