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M JOHN H. OJiERLY
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
II F Parker H' F. Itlak
pARKKIt fc ULAKR.
WHITE LEID. ZINC, OILS
Window Glass an Patty.
ruk(, Walt Paper. Wlaaaw h
95 OHIO iiEYEE,
Ooiro - initios
J M E GREENWALD
STEAM EHBINFS, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet Iron Work
No. 218 East Pearl Sire)!,
OKA I. Kit ir.
LATH AND LUMBER
Between Commercial and WAsr
AcenlM for Reck River Paper
Company') NhcMthliig Felt mid
n.W. Jehu'it IrapreTCd Hoot.
In alwar oa hfcnd.
Ckarterctf March 31, 1660
City National Bank
A. H. HAFFOHD, President;
B. B. TAYLMR, Vice-President;
f. HVHLOP. ttorreiary and lreuurr.
W.HARCLAT, CHA1. OALIUIIKK,
M. HTOCKFI.ET'I, HAUL n. HCHUH,
H. CUNNIXOUAM. W. P. II At, LI DA V.
1. M PHILLIPd.
Ill of aajr Aaonnt Ilecel vd fras
T Cat Upward.
Illrat paid on deposits at the ruin of 6 per cent
ir UBumNutbltiioilMpt. In,
laterret not withdrawn laadded Immediately to
Ik principal of the deposits, thereby giving them
Harriett Womea aad Children
May deposit money mo that
MOOKB BL.NK CAN DHAW IT.
pa every cosiness usy irom a.m. In 1 p.tn
Saturday vaiDg fur H A VINO DKPX
air, from to l o'clock.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
capital - . 100,000
W. P. HAL.I.IDAV. Prldat
A. B. ArrOKDi CashUri
WALTER HYILOP. AltaatCaal
U It kit
Ml. P. rTIHUasss.
W. f. Uallldar.
A. . '.
Exchange, Coin and
U. 19. Bond Bought
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIHL nCSD, prasltlriiti
ROBERT W. MILIiKB, Vlee-FrM.,
C. N. UIIUUEN, Cashier.
Collections Promptly Made
1 Excitant:, Coin, Bank Note
I aaa United Ntatvn Necurl
Uteres Allowed on Time Deposits,
TION. To all persons concerned 1 Nolle ia hereby
flTninat I Will. u liw 41111 nay Ul .uur, i.
171 at th June Term of the County Court of A.
eiandarCouoty, Io Cairo, Illinois, resign my office
MUUrdlnoi manna M.rinu.
.Minn 130 iTinr (v
unco 01 . 3. EODSIUS,
420 North Elohlli SL, PhllHda.
A color and dressing that will
not burn tho hair or injure tho
It does not produce a color
mechanically, aa tho poisonous
It gradually restores the havr
to its original color and lustra,
by supplying new lifo and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of Hofl, uuo hair.
Tho best and safest article
Clean and Puro. Wo sediment.
Sold every whei e.
ASK FOR DOBBINS'.
WUsUJUU 1 1 1
NEW JEWELRY STORE
Cor. 5th & OHtc. ST. LOUIS, MO
All visitors to the city cor
dlallriarttt'd to call.
lianopticol won.l.r. rTa!. the DioiiMndi of
hlddrowoodrranf Nature; It ot t-rmnfnt ue
and 1 prartieal aiailablllty, cimblnins uiilrurtioo
with amuiement, anil netr lo.ng It. inter.!. Jt
TEN THOUSAND TIMES
a power equal t other microdot of man
lim lt co.t. lUfeal. couotlr.. little wotlda. all
around on, teemlnn withlife. which to the naked
.yemutt forefer remain a .aled look a. pel. in
nneifai , animalt In water, chee.e mlt., augar and
Itch iomtcii, rnllkOlotult., clows and litlr.ufin
ecu, litindrrdinr eye. in MriKl. eye of a dr.
du.tofa butterfly' wing.to t.-perfectly formed
featiieri, the much lalkl of Trinchlna spirkha or
pork worm, which . flrtti.cutered In America
with this liicro.cope.
It u of ionaato raluo to rrofetitlnoil men, to
leathern and to ntudrnn, but nowhere I. it of
greater alue than n th-fiinil)- ble. within .he
rach of rvery member. Itwill loliitht yourie,f,
yourchildren and your frienca during the loni;
winter efening.. It will ihow you adulti'rfctlon.
and iiDolcanliDPMOt rarioun kludi of fnou, n. u.
Kr, tra, bread, meal, Ac.
It Is or InrMImnljcl Vnlnr to the Farmc
jDeiamlnlne loi:t which prey U)0t mi croni.
rh power of 1 M mlcroacope, and o aimplenn
itt cun.tiuction that any chiio van tie It under,
tandingly and with appreciation.
A laiufil present, elrgant, In-tructiTe; Amu
ln, and (heap Oter to.iuj hae been sold.
lunnn the past six jeais it. worth h.s been tes.
tilled to by thousand, of actenlitio men, tarmeri,
school Uacher. etudent", phyalciin, heads 01"
faioilire, and other..
PRICE f 3 OO.-ieat by Mall, Post Paid
Ef.ry iB.;rnroent 1. neatly boxe.l, and hand.
otn.lv labeled with full direction, for u. Thou,
.and hato been .eat br mail.
"The Mirro.cope,' a monituy journal of infor
mationfor the people-the mysteries ot nature
explained Intere.iinx lulormHtlon on the won
d.r. of crettion atonea, ekMche., 4c. Term.
II 00 per yeir. This journal wi!l be tent Free
for one year to any one purchasing a Craig Micro,
aor pe, at the regular price, J3, (Craig Microscope
will be arntpo.i paid.)
Fnrsampiecopr.and our beautifully illuatrated
nddeacriptlve circular., and eight page ot tea,
timoma. of Craig Microscope, .end six cent for
V,0'0 . . W.J.LINRja,CO.,
Optician;, and Hole Proprietor of Craig and Not.
elty Microscope, Chicago, 111,
Agent rd Dealer., this Micruscnnn soil in
ery family on its merit., when exlbiled. Lrge
rri'uis wuick omea, reb23w6m
u ; a
SALESROOM, No. 13 SIXTH STREET
A Ticlim of early indiscretion, cau.inrr nrrn.
debility, premature dvcuy, etc., hurlng tried in
TJn every adTertucil remedy, naa discovered u
simple means ofitelf cure, which he will send for
hla fcDowsuHcrers. Address, J. II, TUTTLK
HWtm "8Nrmau tt.,New York.
Tiik control of the railroadnat Alsaco
and Gorman Lorraine lias been pur
chased by Prussia by an abatement of
sixty-fivc millions of dollars in the pe
cuniary indemnity duo from France.
In addition to this, Franco resigns all
interest in the railroad from Thionvillc
to Luxumbourg which, for stragctic
purptscs, has become worthless to her,
but which is of vital conscriucnco to
uennany. its acquisition is merely
preludo to the certain annexation of tl
Duchy a proceeding which may, not
improbably, lead to another European
war. A question relating to the Hel
gian continuation of this same Luxcm
bourg railroad, nearly brought about :
rupture between France and IJelgium
some years ago, and it is tolerably cer
tain that Great Britain will view with
considerable uneasiness the possible
complication involved in the command
of Prussia over the eastern frontier of
PR Ij'SSJA .V I M KMX I Ti '.
iy tnc terms ol the treaty just
signed between France and Prussia, tho
latter country agrees to a reduction of
the war indemnity by half a milliard of
francs ; consequently the Germans re
ceive immediately a French bond for
four and a half milliards of francs, pay
able within one year, and indorsed by
rrencn and Ocrraan bankers, The
bond is convertible into stocks or con
sols, whichever Germany may prefer.
Two milliards of francs have already
been taken by Baron Rothschild and
Uaron Erlinger, the French hanker?,
and Hcrr Halm, a German banker. Im
mediately upon tho ratification of the
treaty the majority of the German
forces will leave France. The forts
east and north of Paris will be surren
dered to the Versailles Government im
mediately, and prisoners in Germany
will be returned to Franco as rapidly
aa the trains can transport them. The
Germans will only hold Belfort, Long-
wy and Nancy as hostages till the ful
fillment of the conditian.
MIXXKSOTA A RKPUDIA TOR.
Several years ago the State of Min
nesota pledged her faith in connection
with certain railroad enterprises, then
regarded as essential to the development
the country. The companies in
charge of the road were unable to dis
charge their obligations, and, as a con
sequence, the State failed to reap the
advantages she anticipated. During
the progress of tho work the bonds
passed into the hands of third parties,
who took them, not becauso of any con
fidence reposed in the companies, but
because the bonds had been indorsed
by the State.
It cannot be denied that the railroad
companies acted in bad faith, and that,
therefore, as to them the State is, in
equity, relieved from any responsibility
in the premises, but, as against tho in
nocent holders of the bonds, no such
equity can be pleaded.
Whether tho bonds should bo paid
or repudiated became a vexed question
in the last legislature, and after much
wrangling, it was decided to submit the
question to a vote of the people. Tho
election was hold, last week, and the
decision was that tho debt should bo
ropudiatod. Over this decision all the
friends of that young and prosperous
State have occasion to feel sorry even
humiliated. It was a grievous mis
take. State repudiation has never been
held as honorable. When reference is
made to the repudiation by Mississippi
Northern fanatics iiecribo it to the
demoralizing cfTccts of slavery. But
what excuso can bo offered for Slinno
sota ? Tho stop is ono that will long
associate her name with discredit a
stop that can never bo so retraced as to
oblitorato the damaging impress it has
made upon tho Stato's escutoheon.
That the Legislature has all along
considered tho bonds valid, is shown in
the repeated offer to recoivo them in
payment for lands belonging to tho
public domain. Men accustomed to
dealing with public matters, or largely
as citisens, estimated properly tho ne
cessity of discharging theso bonds, but
tho rural population unaccustomed to
general and enlarged transactions, havo
I a I It'll II I I KUIH II IV 1 '7 IUT1
vixxvv. lJJIjinVlO, JHA1 1, 10 II.
committed the crime of voting not to
keep the recorded promise of the State.
A future volo may do justico to the
holders of tho bonds ; but no repent
ance can wash nway tho stain of repu
diation from tho history of Minnesota.
t&TD. O. Tuttlc, of Wnrron, III., died
on Tursday last of voluntary starvation,
having for twenty-flvo days previously
swallowed nothing except a few ounces of
wine and water. Tho deceased was a
trong bellovor in spiritualism, and claims
that tho spirits had told him that ho must
fait forty days, after which ho would go
into a trance, and tho spirit would depart:
but after six days it would como back, and
then ho would riio up and eat, and then
wo would all bo brethren. The riling up
has not transpired yet.
fir Another exploring expedition of
Mnjor J.AV.Voweil, is to start In a few
days for tho canons of tho Colorado river,
ecvuun vi country aimoit cntlrclv un
known, having novcr been explored In a
scicnimc way. iiio party will tnko the
iiiiiiusu nz uruun i.ivnr iiy, IIIO
croninc of Green river. W. T. and ilmsn
embark in their boats for tho junction of
;....! i i i . ,
uiunu miu wrccn river, wnero mey lorm
tho Colorudo, and thonco to tho Gulf of
Lulltornln. It Is exnectml tlmt thn nmi.
anion will bo absent twolvo or fifteen
months, and winter in old Aztec cities In
Arizona unU 'ow jlcx co. Mr. K. n
licamnn, a lanilicimo and nhotoi'mnli
artist, will accompany tho party.
8s3r"Kellow trabclcri." said n '-cullmP
prencher, "r.f I hnd ben catin' dried upplcs
...i. . i. . I... . 1
iur u ncuH, an uun iook io urinKin lor n
inonf, I couldn't feel nioro swelled up dan
I am dii mintiit wid nrido nml vnnltv nt
lecin' such full 'tendanco hnr dis evcnln'."
fe?Tlie .Southern netrroos are so mtioli
attached to circuses that they duto oil re
mark.blo occurrences, births, marriage,
deaths, olc, from tho time tho "circus
wus yc-r last."
""Durinir the wnr." mv an
change, "Franco produced no .Marshal
JlurAt. And vet she ate cavnlrv lior.o.
enough to hnvo produced even a martial
neigh. Louisville Courier-Journal.
QITY nVKNlfAIs MHICi;.
All owners of Dog. are hereby notlSed thtt
from and afier the 14th of Hay, lari, I kill kit
J1 unlicensed dogs found running loose inside
he corporate limits i.f th city ol Cairo. I can
.'"" v" i-i" omee aaiiy Murine
office hours.ifrom the l.l of May until the lth ol
May.WI. AMIHEV OAI.V.
.,.. City Ma shal.
Cairo, Apnl 21, 1S7I. .prtSdtd
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM
ILUHOIS CENTRAL R. R.
81. l.Bi,iLouliiTillc. Cincinnati
Chicago, New York, Boston
Point East and IVortb
l'isa.enKcr Train Arrive at and lenv
Cnlro a follow t
ARK1VE 3i3U A.ST..
DEPART 1 1.4 5 P. M,
No Express train arrives on Sunday.
Both train connect at Centrall with trains on tb
Pana, Dceatar, BloomlUKton, El Pa.o,
J.a Mall, Mcndola, Kreeporl, Ualitia
Ilubuqoc, and all point In Illlnol
MUaourl, Mlnneiota, Wlaroneln and
And wllh lmea running Kast and Wcat for
St. Louis, SpringOeld, Lonlai'llle. Cln.
clnnatl, Indianapolis & Cclnmbns,
and.tUiicago with Mlelgan Central, MKhlfaa
ouuiuriu, r.u i-iuaiiurK, rnri ,yno
ana Chicago nailroada toj
Ko. through tlck.13 and laformation, apply I
Illinois Centra. Railroad Depot.
W, P. JOHNSON,
Oeneril Passenger Agegt, Chtosgo.
M. HEWITT. General Superl jtendent
J. Johnson, Agent Cairo.
SIKINGFIEE, Oc IIiM.VOIf,
SOW MM A tTE US Ml. Ml.
On and After Monday, April 2UU, 1871, tr.ilnswill
run as ioi.ows i
TRUSS SfllXO S01TIII1ST.
12 3i p m.
. 3.00 "
. 4:20 "
Leave Virginia 0:40 a.m
Hpringneiu v:m "
" Tavlortllle 10:5 "
Arrive ut Pann 11:10 m
Leave Pans..... m J:35o.m.
" intlorvdle 1:17 ' ivn
arrive ai DprinKiieiii...ujio o.lu
TBslNS UOIKO S0VTIII4SV.
Leave Edgewood 5:30 a. m
" KlOra 8:23 .
Arnvo at Hhnwneeton3:53p m
tbains flotao auRTimrsT.
Leave Shawnettown 5:15 a.m ...
" Flora. 2:.'.5 "
., 5:15 p.tn
Arrive at Edgewood 4:S0
The 6:30 ri.in. train from Edgewood, runs only
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 5:1.1 a.m.
train from HhawneetOMti on Tuesdajs, Thur.
days and baturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton Killro.d, for Jsclnor.llle,
I'etcrshurg, Mason City, and all points weM.
At Bprlngfleld. with Chicago and Alton, ami
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, fur
Uluoaisgton, Chlgo, and all points north, north,
west and west.
, At Tana with Ind. and 81. Louis, anil Illinois
Central Railroad for all potnta eaat, south and
At Edgewood with Clilcsgo Dirlslon Illmols
AtKlora.wlth Ohio ami Mississippi Railroad.
AtHhawneeto.n. with stesmboaia for Cincin
nati, Paducah, Cairo and St. Louis.
OHLANU SMITH, Oen'ISup't.
John hooaiTT.aen'I Fr'gt anilTlckIAg't.
Mil I n
OHIO IiEVEi2, CAIRO.
iui,to. k SONS, . - Proprietors.
Are Now In roll Operation.
.n1 L ," r'!i,on .S01" re prepared to film i
of Klourof the best qua Ity, and also
til feed of alt kinds. Graham Flour.ln sacks
3"1 iiuauniy, maoe irom the best White
JAMEH KYM ANTON
AM) DEALER IN ALt
KINDS OF FItESII MEATS
Cor. 19th and Poplar St.,
Cairo, - Illinois
Hutraaml alatighUr only the hesloallle, no
mm pin-irru iu mi any nni.ir
rreah men is rrooi ono pound to ten thousand
PfOPlfT MEAT MARKET
CHAS. GAYER & CO.. Proi.'rtt..
heCpcontantly on hand the lie.tof lfeel. l'ork
Mutter. ea. I.nmb. Hnusszn. Pndd nr. ptn
rresh wnito i.ru in anr nuantitv.eornpd hrr. pii.
always on Imnd.
rdr tilled promptly ami aatlsfaotlon war
ATE US, TODI fc CO,
Impotters and Jobliers of
409 N. FOURTH STREET,
ST s LOUIN,
Have at all limes n full ataortment nf fashion
lonable goods, which will he sold at the lowest
amei price, uruera o icitca aud promi ly
lie Prepared to Snpply Customers
with the Best quality t,r
Order lrrt nt Uallldajr lira. OUU,
No. 7o Ohio Levee, or at th Con!
Yard below the SI. Clinrle Ho
tel, will Receive Prompt
The Tug "Montauk" will bring Coal alongside
aCalrn. 0-1. ZSh. 1870 if
QLOSE dc VINCENT,
and dealer in
Lime, Cement, Plaster Pans
Cor. 8th Street and Ohio Levee
jR. M, SWANDER
Ladles' Fitrnl.shlnff Goods,
t'oruer Xlutli Ntrect,
All kinds nf clotliine Inr I,n,ll.' wf nr rrttiiln its
order, or ready mado. Also, full a.,ortment of
ais.ea- anr Ladles' nres, mr.Mtf
Inventors bavin business with iii iTm..i
Plates Patent Oltice will tlud It to theiradvantace
to intrust It in tho ;iinda uf the old established
Mason, Fenwick & Lawrence,
l'1)""'' Auenl. AVndilnaton, n.C.
They havo uono my busmesa to mysatlsfae.
ton, and I tako plrasuro In recommending them
to Western lurentors. "
Invenlorof Improved Retolvlng Tubular Water
Cairo, April 30, 1871.
MYKUfOOL, SEW VOItK AMI 1'IIILADKI.PIIiA
Under contract with the Hulled States sndllrilish
floyerninents lorearrylng the mail,
ror fassage. Tickets or further Information
mily to JOUN O. DALE, Agent, 15 ltroadway,
New loilc, or to si. II U HIT,
21C Washington aveoue, Cairo, Ills.
OK TIIK CONDITION OK THE
CITY NATIONAL BANK
At Cairo, In the State of Illinois, at the Closo of
Business, April 20th. mi.
Loans and discounts
U. S. bonds to scciiin circulation'.'..'.'.
' " on hand
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages..
Duo from redeeming and
reserve agents ...103,8it a
Due from other .National
Due from other ilanki and
Bankei 11,110 13
Banking hou. .. m.ooo 00
Other rral estate 27,102 65
.... 3.2H M
. ... 2,344 30
Cash Item. Including
stamps 3 713 17
Bills or other National
lnk. 17,3 no
ypecl" (con)...... . 12,114 21
""1 5373,899 9J
Capital stock Jloo.om oo
Hiirplua fund 2i,io 0
Exchange 5 t,m ol
Interest..... io,tw7 w
I'roflt nnd lo 1H.711 bl 33,591 91
Circulation outstanding. fio,uc) w
IndKldual deposits 23u,v 7i
Duo .National Hank 40 71J
Due oilier Hunks nnd Banker. 3JJ M
."late of Illlnoi.. Alexsnder Countv. ss.
1, A. 11. fallord, Ca.hler ot the City National
nank, of Cairn, do solemnly isnnr ih.u id. n.tni
.Uiement is trunbithn t,.st of my knowledge
and belief A . II. HAFKOlfD. Cashier.
HuhsCrilvd Anil .irn.n In llAr.,A .n n ,klu LtU
dayof May. 17I. 11. n. OAMifcn.
Correct Attest. .Notary I'libllc.
VV. P. IUM.IDaV.
II. II. CU.NNINfSIIAM.
G. I'. WII.I.IAMH'I.V.
r miiiut v-sLCo.vi, report
UFTHE CONDITION OK THE
First National Bank
OF C-A-IIRO, XXjX.3.,
At the Closn of Ilnsiness, ,irll .Nth, 1S71.
,o.msand discounts t
U. 8. bondstoaecurecirculailon.
U. 8. bonds and securities on
Other bonds, stocks and mort-
Due trom redeeming and reserto
Due irom other national banks
t urniture and fixture.
Cash items, Includlne revenue
Tcs paid J..'.'.'.'.'.'
Cu.ii uu tuua touinj 5 'i 17 19
vnrrrucy .... win mi
Capital stock... .
. 2,41(1 II
I'rntit and loss.,
SUtenf Illinois, County of Alexander, as.
v. ... iiugucs, cannier oi mo nrst auonai
Bank ol Cairo, do solemnlr swear that this ntmx.
statement is truo to the best of my know! Ire and
tellef. C. N. HUff II 3. Cashier.
nubsrnbed and sworn to before me, this Bth
VI JIST, A. 1. I"ll.
uitAa. cu.nmngham, Notary Public.
ROUT. W MILLER
21G WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Cairo, : : : : Illinois
Always on hand a fine slock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC
," Particular attention given to ropalring Kino
W a fr Its. a "
(MTThe largest stock of Gold and Silver Hpec-
" ' '! my. mm
m. mors. Jno. II. Cannon
rNO, II, CANNON A CO.
Successors to I.'. O. Tittle 4 Co.,
WHOLESALE rilLtai IN
STRAW & SILK MILLINERY
S02 X. 4th St., cor. St, Charles,
Over U. a, Expiess Oflice, NT. I.OCIN.
Orders will receive inouir.t and careful alien.
T, S, OtKIS.
r. B. LODWIClf.
Conipr Sixth und Walnut Streets,
( Entrance on Ninth Street.)
OAKES, CADY & CO., Proprietors.
Commercial A v., Opposite l'ost Otttcv
JOSEPH BAYLLSS, Proprietor.
The Housti lanewly turnlahed and offeratatha
public flrst-clsis accommoilatloB., UbTdtf
DAILY l'AIEU LN EGYPT.
jg H. IIARRETj,
GLASSWARE and HOUSE FURViNII
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
f0 THE JL A OIL'S.
I now abundantly mpped w.th
To which sh psrtlctilnri) Invites attention.
Khehas iusl reccivl s full line ol
Dress Trimmings, Silk Gimps, Silk
(nIiion. (I'lilpnre Juices, Moss
Trimmings, Silk and
Crocket Buttons, PInsh
and Trinunlnsr Velvet, Silk Gimps.
HATS and BONNETS,
Fine Kid Glones,
Ladies and Childrens' Shoes
And a full and complete stock ot
All of which sne proposes to sell at
The Very l.owKt r,au Vricc
She Invites thn ladles In rail and ..a h.r rutw
goods and learn the prices.
iauwrmineu w maintain ner Claim to toe
name or having he Cheap Store."
TONIC IN USE
E. F.MAYNAED, Prop.
NATURE'S GREAT RES
TORATIVE. SCHEETZ CELEBRATED
vHolesale I'epot N. W. corner Fifth and Jtac
rceta, PhlladvJjibla, Pa.
JKCnil HCUIBETZ, NoUrroprlcot H
It is h rnliahlH K.milu X,.nMin. n.n
aken by either infant or at ull with the same been
ncfal results, It la acertain. cromniand n,Mfv
emeily Iur diarrhea, dysentery, bowels complied
d)spepaia, lowness oC spirits, fainting., aielc
siomaih. headache, eta. Kori'hilu.nrl rT tH
all kinds, it is far better and safer than iiuinm
eithout any of ua pernicious ellects. It etlects
an apiicuie, pioves n poweriui Ulyestor or food
aad will counteract the etlects or liquor In a lew
minutes. Aa indisputable evidence of its mrdi.
cal oropertiea, wo apend a few ofthe many cer.
iui.,l'cs iii uur iunfsium
Johnson's Depot, East Tonn., and V. R. R.
Jacoa Scums, Esn. DearBiri I nsveuaed (br
Hitters I havo ob alned horn you, and Cod ".hem
to be all they are recommended to lie. I found
one bolllo to attord mecontidrrsbls relief, I feet
asthouith I cannot do vrry welt without them, in
my present state of health.
D. MI; Mfil., tuMuintiin at., I'htia.
Pastor Ilaptist Passyunk Church.
Hold by W. P. Allen, 38 Main street Dubuqu.
AIIL I.. THOMAS,
Is prepared o do all kinds ot
IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
CORNBB COHMBCIAI. AVXKXWAM