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THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 18, 1869.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
OFFICIAL rAPF.lt OF COUNTVANI) CITV
110UTW ELL'S LINE of policy.
.Mr. Iloutwell, thu secretary of tho treasury
tl i1(Iam tn ...tit.!, t. ....... . 1. .. I I, a
i f.lfclOli 111 ..llll.ll 111) 1I1UJF DllOjIU kUU
Euan lid destiny of tliu rcjiublic. It Is u posi
tion of vaU importance and between hopo
ar J fear, the pooplb nro uwnlting develop-
From thu course of .Mr. Ilout'cU In con-;rc.-j,
anil from his speeches with regard to
cjrrcmy, specie payments and a faithful
collection of the revenue, wo conclude that
I et-cuplcs tlio identical ground occupied by
Ti.: ov lork 'lleralU uttrluute 10 mt.
IJuitwdl tho following language: "Wi do
n t propoio to tolerate, sanction or permit un
laaz tf demand 110U1 payable in coin, t bo
' t.gc 1 f r the time bond of the United
t-'ta' 1 V intend to limit, and if necessary,
t d .r.Irth gradually the volume of paper
; '.! 1 approximate in value to the
U.j'Iof f 'in. When this it done tho
. . mI1 Iw tmid m the resources of
try vwli eriuit." He thinks that we
: : bond., payablu after ten or
. .. -, iiarin a lower raUeof interest,,
v annually twenty r thirty mll
.r. He is for laying tho debt at
- ! maintaining tha public credit.
!;oMd to the contraction of th
. I . r. tofore. a calculated to bring
.,!) the country, and ha favored
t ; j war f the ocreUiry of the
t'ie currency and alts of gold.
' ! in accord with tie prwl
f r. b-ibly with the majority In con-
. . 1 hwtvtr, to bj twin whether he
; '. the raachinatiotM and allure-
j ol it leal and coiireIoal rlugi
uch a Urm -rip HKn tho
If ht utin ewHdm'; hltnwlf
.".nc we hall learn, Wore
( '''-. U uf hi policy when carried
t :. 1 n tration.
HEATH OF THE HON. JAS. Gl'TJIIUE.
T ar f L ir.'-ment reache in that the dts
if,; ..'.( 1 Kentucky -tut. man. the Hon.
' ( U it., more. He died at hit
hr - in L"UiviUu on .Satnnlay lart, and wa
' ' t . .y f..lhwing.
A' t' " the old line statesmen, tho
(i J' : f Clay, Ca and Ilenton, has
- g .,ftr,"l t' hl reward! A manofej
fr. -I tv i-i lirWunlity, u profound think
c n ' vry impulc f hit nature, he
mj y 1 t' " wrnHMt friendship of a wide cir
' oi tl MCuaintn; and thoroughly
vi"f 1 Ou- rrinc nf government, ho tilled
w'' 1 r 'it to himlf and profit to the peo
p'f j o!t .nof the highest tnit nnd rioa-
' . tv H" wai crHtary of the trvury
f.r'-rl'r J. nt l'ierc, repriMentei! hit tate
in th i lTn.tl State Hnti a number of
yr .- x . Vi" year 1850 wt prominently
"pek: n f l'i 'unnectlnn with the pridency.
F r ' ry yi-r he wu the president of the
I.' ..v.". and Kathvilte railroml, one of the
v;: '.rpbrationt in tho country, and
Wl.. . i 'nal u3e did he manage lu
.:IU " t'.ut by omuuti content h was rcvg
" ' 1 i t'.' rallrHid King f tin loutb
AIj t tw . ur ago hi tailing health com
f " 1 hini to relinquish the position he held,
. , t' it time hu ha been "arranging
' f.r tho Coming of the dread met-
t' time of Mi death .Mr. Guthrie wa,
' .1 !j ho yri old. He hat left an Im
ier! ( t i; worth, probably, $I0,0)0,000.
' . . w.uu Jiiui ua a favorite non : and
r -a grt-at and a gixwl man.
ntn issrE xext fall.
i :.-:i'tilioliuI cull veil tiuii ha been
; - v. 1 f r, and Hxt full tae poopiu of 1)11-
! m'., t... tl,i tot d"legatu-, will have
ir, j r'. .t.!ty to determine u hether nvgrnei
L '! r. ipially in the blelug of olec-
fr.. !:. The Afu-tjnlh amendmeDt to
ft I r.il r.jintitutioii cannot, before tlint
ttti.' , If rut!liel by the reuiiito number of
tiiti-i utid tlx poopl.i, in tho inUrval, may
t u a. dull n will delay itt coullrmation
for yi ar The voter of Illinois in tho olec
t.'. ' f t'i' ir dvlegutv will bo atlorded an
oppcrtunity f..r plng uoii thli amend
ment. Candldatoi will bo required to givo
xpri .klon to their untimuiiU in thi regard,
and the iu will be fairly and squarely
mad". If thi i done we shall, undoubtedly
elect a majority of anti-negro sutlrage dele
gati who will incorporate Into tho new con
titution a)irovlioii denying to persons hav
ing a preponderance of negro blood, the
right to vote or hold otlico. Such a constitu
tion Mihmittrd to the people, would be mi
lled by ilfty thousand majority. Ouly six or
seven years ago the voters of tho stato by the
overwhelming majority of one hundred thou
sand, declared against negro votorsand nero
otlico holders. It need not be feared Unit
thU immense majority has changed. Inva
sions havo been mudo upon it no doubt, but
present the Wsuo sijuaruly, to a vote of tho
people, canvas it thoroughly, point to tho
fruits of negro sull'rago in tho south, and the
cuii'i) of tho white man mut and will tri
umph. This will rubuko tho radical legisla
ture for u grou assumption, in ratifying tho
X Vth amendment, and probably rescue this
people and thu country generally from tho
curse of a uniform, unalterable, unjust and
tyrannical constitutional regulation of tho
right of aufl'rago.
AVhlto men of Illinois, preparo for the con
The Florida planter, will plant morocotton
nnd corn this year than over before. The
orange, peach, cherry and tho plum trees aro
r.ow in lull bloom, and promiso a bountiful
yield of fruit.
THE TWO ROUTES TO THE PACIFIC.
Tho Union Pacific Itallroad company U
contciiding ngainit obltaelcs It can never sur
mount. The decrcss of nature aro Inexora
ble, and all efforts to defeat their application,
must bo futile. In tho expensive school of
experience that company will bo brought to
a realization of that fact, but not, it teems,
"With all the vast consumption of time and
money, eays our colemporary of tho Paducah
'Herald' tho million, drawn from tho"' na
tional treasury j the giant barriers overcome,
and the immense amount of labor oxponded,
Nature still proMjnU impediments that ren
der.! this great thoroughfare (tho U.P. K. It.)
in effect a nullity. For day and weeks the
road has been blouked with miow for twe
hundred miles west of Cheyenne, rendering
all travel over it imposible, nnd leaving fif
teen or twenty torifoC-mall matter to gather
and accumulate on the line. Various- moans
have Icon projHd to obviate this important
difliculty snow oheds havo been built for
mile in extent to keep thu heavy drifting
snows of that dismal region of the Sierra Ne
vada from covering the track with it, bil
lowy mountains of tinle white, but to no
purpsise. The shed would not stand, raid
gave way under the immense weight of the
aliowt continually falling snows; and tho
great Kwer of man were compiled to yield,
defeated, to the greater power of mighty Xa
turi, leaviug the problem of the road and Its
utility as yet unsolved.
AVlmt is to be done? Shall we abandon
the Union Pacific roud us u failure uud
auknowhdge a jxTmanent check In tho on
ward course of progreti, or shall we turn the
current of our energies in another direction
and trird our broad continent with an iron
a country of
almot perennial spring whero snow and Ice
are unknown, and thus accomplUh n grt na
tional enterprise which proml'CM to bo so cath
olic In it reulti'' Shall we virtually nban
don the Union Pacific Itallroad and place
under immediate construction the Southern
Pacific Itallroad ? "We know that a railroad
can be built on the 35th parallel ef latitnde,
tubject to none of thu unavoidable and insur
mountable obstacles which nature so lavishly
throws around the line of the road already so
Cairn mid Kultott Itallroad.
"We find tho following telegraphic dispatch
among the Memphis Avalanche specials
from the statu cnjiital of Arkansas:
Littlk Itoi k, March 1C Tho gove-nor
-nt a message to the assembly to-day, an
nouncing that the board of commisioncrs
had awarded state aid to the following rail
road companies t Cairo and Fulton; Mem
phis and l.ittl- llock; Little P.ocfc and Hel
ena; Little Kock, Pine Hlutr and New Or
leans and Misiur! Itallroad. The Little
llock and Fort Smith road was ignored.
OE.W. GEO. 11. McCLELLAS.
Since tho world was made, no soldier was
ever treated with greater injustice or with
more inexcuable indignity, than was Gen.
George U. McCUlUn by the administration
of President Lincoln. And yet, to his honor
and credit be it said, Gen. McClellan during
the whole time, never exhibited the least sign
of rooiitmeiit and never Indicated by any
thing he said or did that his feeling had been
outraged and his right trilled with. The St.
Loui. 'Pepubllcan' relates tho followiag
anecdote of Gen. McClellan, upon the author
ity of un otllcer of high rank In the regular
army, which reveals his character in its
"Our informant," says the 'I'epublican,'
'wa uith Gen. Mi Cli-'llan in hi pnrler at
Washington, one evening, when Popo was
fulling back upon the capital, pursued by the
troops of Lee and Jackton. There cnnie a
ring at tho bell, and the servant announced
the Provident uf the United Statos and Gen.
Halleck. Mr-CMIon roe, received hi visi
tors, and conducted them into an adjoining
apartment. Thoy remained but a few mo
ment, and then "departed. MuClollau then
turned to n friend and said, quietly:
S , 1 um in command of tho army
"General, replied the other, "I hopo you
have not accepted it without prepyr guaran
tee," meaning pledges that tnero should be
no more executive interference In military
"Sir," was tho response, "when tho Presl
dent of the United States tells me with tears
in lilt eyes that I am tho only man who can
take command of tho army and ave tho coun
try, ills ao tlmo to ask for guarantees!
"AtdavllL'ht next morning, general
a!d-do-camp were in their saddlTs
and oil" for
Sf'A LA WAGS IN OFFICE.
EipM'i St -ft north sub) near Ohio uh
J. K. I.IOST, AlMMIl,
No, 7 3 t)lilo Lt vre..,.,
which nine an person ii.imu ' na wim i'-
ii, ioK VMIIfTrifW rtfKUh POTATOK-', tate are not. tied tuid roquolcd to attend for the pur
, " ' ' ' poe of haruiK the kaino adjilrted. All crou In.
An follow !debt to said eitato are re.iiieUl to make linmedi-
Tim Knriy .cxviiin,
i'llr Lair UnrrUoil,
I. .i l-,.f Knot Tsee, uch
Pencil, rear, Apjilo and Cherry, 1
KuMilu n-y "no Stvw ! I'liuits,, .k
UiBVOlifl viut. s-.tr.
T U U N E It
r l II ' '
A jilatitor in Limestono comity, Ala., a
low nights ago was robhed of tho monoy ho
reeoived from tho salo of his cotton oroj), by a
blind of men in Kit klux costutnu. lie flrod
uiun them as thoy loft tho homo, killing a
wliito man and two negroes who had uclucd
to meko tho crop, and, recovered the money,'
LITTLE XOVA SCOTIA WANTS TO
Prominent gentlemen hnvo recently ar
rived in New York from Nova Scotia, who
represent tho feeling in that province, In fa
vpr of annexation to Unclq Sam's dominion;,
as quito universal, and intensifying daily.
Keferring to the matter n lato New York
paper says :
Kngland declines to release tho Province
from tho Dominion of Canada, into which it
was drown against tho vishei and undor thu
solemri pr6tcst of the people ; and nlna-tenths
of thu entire population openly declaro for
annexation to tho United State in preference
to confederation with Can win. f. The people
aro intensely in earnest on' tho subject, nnd
fomoof the leading papors havo come out
strongly in favor ot n souijfltion from Eng
land nml' union wltq (hrAinelcan teptthlfc.
It is stated that tb- mornWs of the local leg
islature, having tailed to obtain a repeal of
the act of ronf'T"mtion, nro about to come to
gether and apply for a release from England;
and at tlio ' same tiiiie turid n delegation to
Washington to Hsi crtMu what encouragement
they tan obtain in their llbrU to become
stato in tho Union. Itnbert J. "Walker and
other prominent gentlemen here hare been
consulted on the subject, and it is understood
that Mr. "Walker is preparing pamphlet in
support of the men in re, in which the great
advantages to both countries to grow out of a
union will be presented. Tho jteople of New
ltrunswick, to the extent of one-half of the
entire population, are also mi id to be in favor
of annexation, ami in both province very
ably writton pamphlets hnvo recently leeh
published and extensively cirrythtted "urging
the measure. A railway from Maine has
been exteuded into NewUrunswifk, and is to
bo continued into the heart of Novn Scotia.
Three linos of steamers ply between those
colonies and the Nuw England state, con
necting tho commercu of thu two people ; bo
the general desiru on both siden of tlw bound
ary Tines. Tho movement meets with general
favor among members of congrcM and prom-
inent otilcials in Washington."
11ESISTA.VCE TO RADICAL
The citixenj of German origin have held a
meeting without distinction of party, in
New York city, to rist the threatened radi
cal movement to make disfranchisement of
white men keep pace with eafrauchi'ement of
negroes. Nearly ull tho recent radical proj.
ects to obstruct and revoke naturalization
were denoucccd. General Sigel, u republi
can, said :
I do not lielieve that we have committed an
error in calling for the co-operation of our
democratic fellow-citizens. No political par
ty questions am to bo discussed, no man to be
commended, no candidato for president or
governor to bo supported here, but in the
name or the adoptetl citizens ana those com
after us, wo will defend our rights. Wo
will guard against Injuitlco being done us.
"We will have no laws prolonging the tlmo
necessary for naturalization, but a law which
will rem'edy existing abuc without prolong
ing that time; which will mako naturaliza
tion more difficult ; which will not contain n
heap of clause unintelligible to immigrants;
which will not necessitate a new and expen
sive class of officials.
They haro a "Hard Time. party In Wi
consin". Tho invltatk-nn were written on
brown paper and reqiwited the guest, to du
in their old clothe. Hean soup, crackers
and dried herring constituted the refresh
ments, with cambrie tea and water to w.ih
them down. The guest walked home.
NEW AI) V J3 1 . T IS
Al'.E STOLEN;: P.EWA11D!
Molen from the cane near the f.rm of Jim. . lie. oe,
in Hallai l unty. Kc t e U, i.ppo.ilu slouud Citv.
hetMrclithe lethund lHii int., niiii) roan MAKK.
-Kipltrue ialiilt ii hand h'Kh. five year el l ; hau
dark main und tail, all the ! exeepMhe riuht hind
one, bun k to the kaee. the e.cepiml one Umiii; white
Iwlf w.iy up; and li the letter 1' Ifaaded ok the lei!
hip and nhoolder. ... ....
I will pay 5T1 for the mare aiel llitef : or $M for lh
innreabme, delivereil at Wodrille, .leten eonn.
1. W. II. I'KNN.
Krom the emit, near the farm ef Jatne Keene. oi-
iiotite Mound City, IN lUIUnl lounly, Kelitlleky, be.
tween the loth and the lllh inl., a briRht ofrel mare
ML'I.i:. Hiriiiea b.t.. the leif ami nhoilhterii. MX
tear i Id lli. Mum;, uud i alxMit fvurteen and a half
, haad IukIi, and hu a Mack maue and tall.
I will pay rewapl (r me iniiie nun unei, or a.
for ihe mule alone, debvered t we Wotntrille, Me.
Cwkcn county. . II. Ol.IHIAM.
K. J. ATRRS
No. 133 Ohio Lever,
M Ell CHANTS,
JjJXKCUTOU S NOTICE.
Estate of EuHttitt dvultt, iteceaJ.
le llliderMirued harinc hern appointed ee. ulor
of the lut will and ir'tninent of Cunetla
C'an.lec, Uto of the county of Alexander and Slate
of Illlnoi. ileeeaed.hereliVL'l)enotieH llmt he will
appear U'foro the county court of Alexander n.imt),
at tho court liou.eln thentv of Cum, lllniom, nt the
I May term, on the third Monday in May next, at
ate ixi) ment to the linderl(iied.
i lUte.th17lhd iVi.r.Murcll,A I'. I'KJ.
I iiiurK.wt flK.MtV H.C A.MiKi:, llxisjiitor.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
tSucceor to,J .ha i, iiarin .11 i
UKAI. I-STATi: AOK.NT
lluyx and elU Ural Kstatn, p.iya Taxen, furnWien
Ablr.vUof Title, and prrpares Coimiyaneoa of all
kindn.y Dltlee, No. 71 ,M tloor) Ohio Levee. mariaif
JHN AV. TKOVEll A- CO.,
Ileal ltute, lioiid uud Stuck Ilrnkers.
Will attend fo tho payment of State, County anil Oily
Taxc. and all biidineaa pertaining to it UKNKIUL
EioitTii Sthkkt, meond door from Com. Ave.,
dec'.'1'OSdlf Cairo, 111.
rjUX SALE NOTICE.
Notice I hereby Riven to all tieron Interested, aa.t
to terion nnniM bfnri curb tract of lana berclriM
ter leonbe.I, that John (J. Herman did, nn the 57th
ilny of Jane, A. 1). lfi7, at a public sale of land and
loan lot, for thn taxe iluo thereon anil unpaid for
tho year A. I. WA and cost, purcbaio the, followitiK
described land, eieecl, Uxed n-l eolrt In your
names for Mate end sounty purpo'e, at and for the
ereral sum set after each of aid tracts, tcwit:
To C. Itoadnlght -W hf a e S3, T Un, K2w, for !5 W
ntnn . ol.fne-.23. ' for 5 92
Nine .whfnwM, " " for 4 9J
ame" 3 ...whf w23, for 5U2
amo - ..ehfntri, " for ??
mime ...ehfw25, " for SW
sine ..whfnoSS, " " for SW
To I.ounM'IUen.-.whreelO,TIs,H3w,for 4 01
All in Alexander county, llllnole j that the seeral cer
tlflnaUMi t, Hirli&'O for sold tracts or land havo len
ilnlVKiitniit by ald jmrchaner to tho undersigned,
ani that the time for the redemption of ald land
from Mid mI" wdl e.xtnte on and with tho 21th day of
Jllllu.A. V. 18W. C, WINSTON,
AIimeof JolinH. ilarman.
Cairo, 111.. March IS. lMfo-d3t
rilAX SALE tVOTICE.
Notice i hereby g.w-n to 1. 11. Heylin, and all other
peron mtereled. that at a pliblle Kite of land, held
at the court hoiie in the eltyof Cairo, Alexander
county, Illinois on the 2"lh day of Jane, A. I. 1"C".
for the tasei aMiied, lerie.1 and tinimld for state and
comity purpoe, for the year A. I. l(6. and cot
thereon. I beiarne the pnrchaer of the follow in de
acriiwd trietif land for the neTernl wim of money
oot next after each of raid traet.-, I0nit:
one arrn e il of n w qr n o qr, see 7, tp 1 It, r lw, for
th tim of fO 'ft.
N w qr of a vr qr, ec 7, tp 11. r lw, for Sa W.
K hf of a w qr, ee 7,tp ll, r lw, for $11 41.
N oqr w qr, iec 7, iji 1 1, r lw, for S7 M.
l.ring in I LcIbk in Alexander eounfy. lllinoi, and
baviOX been a"S.ed, taxed and hold In the name of
I.Jl. nevt.iuund tlmttho time allow et by law for the
redetnpt'ion of tld l.indu from said wIo will oxpiio oa
an I wiUi Uiv 27th day of June, A. D. IsCO.
Cairo, MarehlS. l0-.nt R. W1NMO.S.
TAX SALE NOTICE.
N'otieellienliv ciren hi all nr-jn Intererted. and
jrtleiil.irly to C. W dreen .k fo., that John llrown
did. on theC7tli day of June, lf7, at a jmblie Mle of
laud.uixl town lot lnddnt the court houo in theelty
of Cairo. Illinois for the tan ae!,e nnd levied fur
atsmand count j" .urpoe, for thu ynar A. I). 15W,
purelia.e th following dewribed tnwtcof land, tisi
The n eqr.ee 23, tp 14,r3w, for the sum of f II 61.
The ii w qri.ee 23, tp lie. r 3w, for the mm of ilt 01.
In Alxan l. r eounty, Illlnol., tho aatne hai ms; Uen
n...,.e 1, t.ued nnd "ld in the name of C, W. fireen
A Co . that the certificate of urehae therefor lw
Wn duly -ixned by raid John llrown to tho under
elcneil. and that the time ror tho redemption ofald
l.inl... ii. -aid Je will expire on an.l with the 27th
ilav of June, A. I. 1. U. WINSTON, AnsiKliee.
Cairo, .March 15. ! Jt
TAX SALE NOTICE.
Vniiee .a l.eri l.r L'nen u John V. Smith, and to all
nil.... ,u.r.r.n. (ntrre.iMl. that John (. Harman did. on
thesuh iUy of Juli", A. I). li'.T, at a public alt of
land, heldattheeourt hoite in tne cityoi i.aro,
Ilbno!, for the uxe fortal and eounty purno.e for
the rear A. I). 1669, pureha.e the follomii leerill
land., ' ed. taxed ami oM in the name of the ild
John K smith, to.wit :
The n wqr ee 1ft, tp IS. r2, for the turn of SIT tl
Then hf wqr ecl, tplV,r2w, forthutnof i 16
r ....i.nii um. in ..ii! Alevinili.r rountr. llllnoi.
that .il.l ptl'ch.ner ha duly ailjiied lui ertifteiteof
jiri hae of ..ul land to the undesigned, and that
the time allowed by law for ttio redemption of.ild
land from naid tin will expire on and with the 2tth
div of June, A. I). 1VW. C. WINsTON, AUnee.
ciro, .Maren is,
riAAX SALE NOTICE.
Vniiee 1. )iir. tjT r iren to all temon Interchlcl. and
more particularly thejier.on named lK.forervhtraet
nf land and town or city lot hereinafter eenbcd. In
whu- ..am- . Ihe .ime were a.eeil, taxed and old,
that I did. on th2'.lh day of June, A. I). 1M7, at a
puMle fate of landiand ton n and city lot, held nt the
court hoiie, in thu city of Cairo, Alexander comity,
lliinoin, for the luxe aeeil, lerfed and unpaid
thereon, for tateand county purpoe, for the year A.
II. 1 ee, nnJ eot, purehae the follow Inif deenbed
land and town or city lot, to-win
To W. C. Klnney'a heir WVt half southwe.t quar
ter, section , tot nhiplfl eolith, ran ie 1 wet, for
To. I.ittlerirM Lot 11, block f, city of Cairo, for
To II. .. lli.-t.iK Lot 37, blMkC7, firm addition to city
of Cairo, for$7i.
To II. ii. Hittlon Lot 3", block 27. tlrtndilitlon to city
of Cairo, for SH 30.
T" J. W I'e'erwn Lot W, Mack SI, nrt addition to
city of Cairo for 81 SO.
T" I '. C'urn. Iot Ii, block si, nrt addition toeit) of
C'r ., fr T t",
T . I Cuirie-Loi is, Meek :,nrrt addition to city of
Cairo. 7 M
To Taylor A I'ar-on Let 3, Hock tW, (lrt addition to
. i i.f Ca.ru, for W lo.
T Tarlor A I'ron lest I, Uoek -"O, flr-t addition to
c it jr of Cairo, for J K'.
All in .ui.l county of Alexander and rtale of lllinoi.
and that the time allowed bv law f.r thereleniilloli of
paidlaii'l and eilv lot from aid ale, will expire on
and with the MU day of June, A. I'. I
Cairo. March li.ls-9-d.lt
DRY GOODS, ETC
p II. CUNNINGHAM,
VVhoi-e and Itetail Ilelvr in
HOOTS AXD SHOES,
Jf ATS AND CA1S,
(rill' FiirnUlilliK OouiU,
LADIES' I) 11 ESS GOODS, SUA W'LS,
ItluiikclM, 'n mm I m c res nnd Jcuiih
Ilr.t Cnllcnea - I'J'ic.
Jit l.uluca Mile.
Heavy Hro n Domestic 17c.
loop Skirt 3r.
500 iiiut' llnl at ...73c. racli
1 Sjilfiulul Line of
WHITK (iOOllS AND KMIIKOIDMIUES
Hujcr will do well to call and examine my utoek
before jairelia-uiK cNeuhere.
It, II, CUSNINfillAM.
()U Olllo Lever,
nOE EVEHYTIIING IN
TIX33 book Xjinxraa !
decSl'titf 100 CgaavuuiAL Ari'.NVi:,
LLEN "VElin & IIUTLElTr
ArrouNEVs at law.
Om'ce In lti o N'eiv Ilulldllisr,
Corner of Eleventh street and Commercial Avenue
W.J. Allen, i
II. w mmii Wel.li, U AIUO, ILL.
jJULKEY, "WALL & "W1IKELEH,
ATT0I1XEYS AT LAW,
John II. Mui.kkv, "t
G ko. -W. AV a I.I.," V CAI RO. I LL.
SAM'lP. "WlIKKLEIl, J
OITIcn Hoom, S nml 'J AVI liter' Itlock.'
decJl'UiKllf " '
WM. It. OP.KK.V.
W. 11. OILUKUT.
QltEEN & OILllEltT,
Allorncys uud Coinisollorsjnl Law,
Sp-'ial attention "iven to Admiralty and Steamboat
(llliec on Ohio Levee. Iloiinta il niul -1
J.uiia-tn HKyiitinn ijiock.
IT E. ALimiOHT,
SI'KCIAL ATTENTION r.iVKN TO COI.LKCTINO.
Olllce, corner of I'itli SI. anil AVaah. Ar.,
In Kq ."liuim' -j new Iinek,
4 UC T 1 0 N A N I) C 0 Jl M I S S ION
10,'j Comiiii'rciul Avenue, 10."
The only Lleened Auetioneer In the city, buy an i
sell on eomiiii.-ion all kind. uf
And make prompt return nn nil sale..
A. J. cap.m:.
ODOES A: CAHLE,
Will attend to the sale of real e.tole, inerelintHll.
furniture, Mm k and property of any and all kind, fur
tw and one halfK r cent. coininiion, twlnu atxiui
one-fourth the iompn-ai en uually clmre.1.
Any tier-on fcetiiulnmelf or ln rrlf uuabhtto pay
that rafcofciimpen-atioii, hall lj cheerfully serrr.1
for uotliintt. ' , ,
Tho patronage of the putilw W yollcited.
llthee at preeent. at I'arker & Hodse1 l.lrery Htalite.
A coinmiriiion und auution houo will b opened In
a fewda, due nut a of which wilt legieu,
C. I'. YUAOKK CO.,
Having pureiM-cd the entire .tin-k and Uxliir of
Ah. Kormc)cr, are preparo! to do all kind. of
(Jus a ii tl Steam F 1 1 1 I u ?
In a neut and workmanlike manner. t'e:irol'pre
jrel toreiirall kind of H tlxturea, and by ooi
prm'eof Lronuiit; and eddiiiu nuke tlwin In evert
(articular it it new. Thuro haviu; wh Mx
lure, will plea-e j;ne H a call tiCietioti mianiB
U'e.1 in all eue. r. VKM.rtll.
j.in'Allf K. K. M UKIIAT.
EOOTS AND SHOES.
Boot nud Shoo 3VXv1k.ox
Twentieth utrnt. bttuttn II Wiiioron an'
(Nearly oppomlc die Court Ilni.e,)
Keep a "plend'id k of the Ih'.I material, audit".
workmen, und can till oricr on hoit notice.
Mend'ii.' I' ll' 'l- ill ei. I le .pi) . rulntlKiK
(Sncec.or to l'arkrr tc I'lillllp,)
d'KNKKAL COJIMISSION MKIICHANT
Aud dealer in
Hay, Corn, Out., and ISrau,
.Vo. 72 OAio Ltvte,
Ovix'o - - - Xllixxoiss.
JOHN V. TllOVKK i CO.,
IMIOKKKS AND LXCHANUK DKALEHJ
Kihth pticet, end door from Com. Ave.,
limit It i-i til In,
AIo, lU'OHie TH'kel from
Lherjiool, London, Hurre, Antony, JtrtUMt
and Hnmhurg, to Ntnc i'ori,
Or to mi) pomt Wet.
(roCollrtion. made on nuy iHiint in Karop.
STAl'LK AN1 EANUV (UtOl'KKIES,
l'rovishiiiN, IM ntluuc, Ooul Oil, Ao
I'M Cvmmtrctal Attune, Cairo, IU.