TUEbDAY, APRIL 6, 1809.
PUBLISHED BY JOHN II. ODKRLT A CO.
U. II. HAHKKf.L, A8SOCIATK X01TOR.
Try Spalding's Jiitntimnsl Hair restorer. It
is undoubtedly tho uestlmtr prcpurntlon ever
introduced to tho public. For sale, whole-
snlo or retail, ut 1'. G. Schuh's. 3tow3w
Notice to Titx-I'isyers,
The delinquent list will be commenced on
tho 10th duy of April, those wishing to save
cost, had better come to tho Court homo t
once and settle.
Louis II. Myers, Collector.
liy buying yourgroccries of J. H. Motcalf,
who keeps a large and select stock of tho best
family supplies, und sells cheaper than tho
cheapest, No. 334 "Washington avenue, op
poslto tho court house. mttrotf
Spalding's Jotamansl Hair restorer is
precisely what it professes to be, a ham hks
tokativk. It is tho stlrcst and safest pre
paration of tho age. For supplies, wholcsulo
or retail, apply at P. G. Schuh's drug store.
A Hplcndld lot of dress goods Just
opened nt Hellbron & Well's. u3 1 vv
Retail Jleut Miopt.
A petition mimurouwly signed was pre
Ben ted to the Board of Aldermen, last
night, prnylni; thnttuobuslHesa of retail
ing froah ineatw in the city be confined
to tho market houses. Tho petitioners
vet forth thnt because of tho establish
ment of rea tall meat shops all over tho
city, tho market house is falling into dis
use. The consideration of tho petition
vrna referred to tho market committee.
Landreth's Fresh and Kcllnblo Garden
Seeds at P. G. Schuh's drug store. m312wd
Urrt'is Turtle NoHpnt W liter und Nlvna.
Green Turtle soup will, bo served at
Walker k Slsjon's restaurant to-morrow,
Wednesday, at 10 o'clock A. M. Lovers
of that delicious article of diet, should
be on hand. Charley PiUTerllng knows
exactly how to prepare it.
At No. 144 Commercial avenue you
can find all thu fashlotiablo goods of the
reason. u3 1w
Take Particular Notice.
It is scarcoly necessary to urgo upon pnr
tb indebted to thu iiulletln' oillco that our
eircutnsUncc require, upon their part, a can
cellation of tholr indebtedness. A quick in
gathering ol thu amount due us on book ac
count, will greatly assist ui in rc-establiil.ing
ourselves on our original footiug. Wo in
UT.d to reco'.er from our set-back, and that
right speodily. Our debtors know how to
uid tis in tills purpoic, and wo shall expect
them to bo prepared for tho call of our col
let t' r.
1MSU! oprlng. 1HUU!
New arrival of :i complete stock of
spring nnd summer good at
n3 lw Hkiliiuon A Wkil.
Receiving tho Council proceedings at
rt late hour, nnd there helm; a necessity
for their publication this evening, u'e
were compelled to li'ave out the llret
day's prrjccedlngsof thu circuit court and
a considerable amount of local matter
prepared for this paper. They will ap
peal', however, to-morrow.
Alt'xumli'r Circuit Ctnrr.
HON'. I). J HA K fit, Jit., JL'IKIK.
Tuesday, AprUth, c-on! dsy Porrooia.
William Garvin vs. Marinda Mttrclill
don, otitis., ejectment; death of pluin
titrsuggested, and leave given to mako
O. Jordan vs. J. J. II. Tuber, replev
in; plalntiir takes nonsuit.
Tuber Urothers vs. John Jlogau, replev
in; suit dismibsod for want of declara
tion and writ of retorico hubc'iido award
ed. Smithy ds Reggs vs. Wm, M. Williams,
stals., mechanics- lion; rule on defend
ant to antiwer.
iTniitees of schools of TownlTS., R.
1 W. vs. Curollno AicClure, etal., fore
closes of mortgage; Joayo to amond bill
Tho Peoplo vs. Jllram GlIUou, larceny,
for stealing u hog from G. li. Runkston ;
Jury and verdict of guilty.
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Remember the place whero you can
iwiu -juuiuv milio ilk ' - ' luilin. ,
n3 lW IlKILIIHON & WKIL.
A Flour IlVm.
During thu mouth of March the Illi
nois Central railroad brought to this
point for shipment South, principally to
Now Orleans, thirty-four thousand live
hundrsd nnd oighty-ilvo barrels of Hour
During tho same period there wcrc sold
in tho Culro market and shipped In the'
same direction, fifteen thousand iivo
hundred and thlrty-sovonbarrols, aggre
gating 50,122 barrels, as tlnj flour sliip
ments of Cairo durluif th'o month of
March. This total does not inoliulo tho
very considerable quantity brought hero
forreshlpmeut by tho Evansvlllo, Podu
cah, Cumberland aud Tenuesseo river
packets, equal, anyhow, to 10,000 bar
rels. Llttlo "way polutH" Uko Paducah'
and Evatisvlllo will please mako a 'note
of these business items, and glvo'ii a
dessertation on "frog ponds." -
Hellbron uiid V11 havo tho largest
stock of white goodd in tho city. .Call,
aud examine. 3 lw
n i , ......
Vro I.imch M tho Court iluiuu Hiityon,
Jimmlo English will set a freu lunch at
the Court House. Saloon, every morulug
at 10 oclock, aud lie lnvjtes ha rlends,
parties attendiug on court from toyn
anil country, to come and feast to tholr
full. Tho best pf ales, wines, liquors
and cigars on.hand. ct
THE GBEAT lABOIt KEFOIIM.
MmUsssx nt Ike Cwt tteum te-nsorro-
Richard T. Travlllick, esq., the groat
champion of the; labor reform movo-
Sent, will address (tlie citizens or uairo
-morrowi Tuesday evening, in the
court house, on tho subject of the great
labor movement, .In which the laboring
masses of the country aroso deeply con
cerned. Turn out and fill the Court house to
April 3. 2t
All baggage retained for unpaid board
bills at the Antrim' House will (unless
bills are paid) be sold on the 80th day of
April, 1609. J. H. Kelly,
a6 3t Proprietor.
A rafllo for a One shot gun will come
off at Myers' saloon, opposite tho An
trim House, Wednesday evening at 8
Nainsooks, marsclllcs, brilliants,
checks, Jaconets and Swiss, ut Hellbron
A Well's. a3 1w
P. G. Schuh keeps Londrcth's garden
seeds, the crowth of 1808 ; perfectly sound nnd
i'orl for the 24 Hour Ending sU
Two o'clock, I. M.
Oen. Anderson. Colum.j Win. While, I'Aluca1i;
John Kllgour, N- O. , Argosy. Wlilte Illver.
Jobli Lumsden, Nashville. Meinotte. Cincinnati.
(IimUk, Cincinnati. Alleghany Belle, I'llts.
G. A. Tliompnon, Cin. ion!oU, Cincinnati.
0n. Anlrwn. Colatn.; Wm. White, Pwlucali;
A&gopj, tit. Mill. Orcxi.t:k, N. O.
MflnoMo bu Ixul. . A. Thompson, Ark. rlr.
AIIPSh(DrIllle.bt.I'iul. Minneola, Memphis,
f'lnk VsrbU, NuhTille.
The clerk of the weatherstlll holds his
sprinkling pot in terrorum over our
heads, aud occasionally snakes out a few
drons of water, for the uurnose, no doubt,
of laughing at us while we hastily scoot
undershelter and hunt un our umbrellas,
or those of somebody else. Atul right
here, wo would like to ask our leaders
crallv. where Is our Httlo brown silk
umbrella, with a small piece broken off
tho handle? One or you lias it, auu we
want itl The temperature seems to indi
cate more rain.
Tho Mnwlsslppl Is rising as far north us
Dubuque, which Is us far as lately heard
from. Tho Missouri Ualso rlslne slowly
but no big wuter li looked for until later
The Ohio is falling from Pittsburg to
Louisville, but was still .rising slowly ut
KvntiHvllIu vosterdav. Thero is eleven
feet wuter ut Pittsburg, nnd twenty-flvo
feet of water over tho falls.
Here tho river has risen threo Inches
since last report.
Utislness has been moderately good.
The Lumiden discharged a lnrgequnn
titvnf (obuueo ut Smitlilund forreship-
menteast via Uvunsvllle, nnd brought
liere 30 hhds for the east, to bo reshlpped
hence per RIuo JJuo She also brought
24 hhds tobacco aud n lot of sundries for
The White brought out IS hhds tobacco
for reshlpmeut east per RIuo Line, nnd a
dlttq for rcHhipmont to Now Orleans.
Tho Mluneola discharged heroa consid
erable quantity of aborted merchandise
for reshliiment to points below Memphis
and also tho following for Cairo: Strat
ton, Hudson & Clark, 60 bxs soap; C. F.
Nallle, -0 haled oaktifn; John II. Oberly
Co., :i bxs type; 11. F. Parker, 3 bbls
llntfcctl oil; Wm.Schuttcr, Cbbls whisky;
Jowett Wilcox. 1 case liquors; C. R.
Woodward, largo lot sundries; A. R.
Whlttakcr, 7 bxs drugs; Rrlstol and Btll
well, lot groceries; R. H. Cunningham,
lot dry goods; Hayncs fc Sloo3 bxs ditto;
Scott Wbjte, lot ditto.
Tiio Great Roptibllo Is still receiving,
and will doubtless udd eight hundred
tons ut this port.
The John Ltimsden, Cupt. O. W. Da
vis, Douglas Davis clerk, is tho regular
packet for Nashville and nil points on
tho Cumberland river, this ovoulng at 5
o'clock. . )
The Great Republic, Cnpt. J. C. Van
hook, with Jas.Korr as clerk, is tho regu
lar A. A M. S. S. packet for New Orleans
and all intermediate points this evening.
Tho Republic, has the finest cabin on tho
river, und -Is propelled by Hurtupeo's
low-pressuro engines. .
The Wm. Wluto, Chpt. Northern,
Jlpmiy Revurly clerk, is . the regular
dally packet for,. Pudncqii this evening.
ThoQulokstop, Captain Doxtor, clorks
Grammar nnd Ponningtou, is tho regu
lur packet for Evausvllle and way land
ings on the Ohio. -She is also propel led
by.Hurtupeo's Improved low pressure en
gines. ' f :
OAE! COAL! COAL!
J. Nliurp SfcMonald'H oalyarl
Having made permaneat 'arrangements with A. L.
Bhotwell Co.. for a ,
ualAnt Nupply or Coal,
nreclifroin the mines, we are prepared to .snpnly
'xtrainers at any tlmo"dy or nljht. N (
Uttmmx TMtr "lvjr'' ' 1 I
Always In waitlncsa to supply tlie wants of utmmors
nil ttie publio generally at liTlnupriceii.
p&U ' 6 IlOllEttT fl. BMITH, Agents
JOHN B. PHILIJS
pARKER A PHILLIS,
, Osncral , . . !
Commission, nil forward lag Merckants
' And Dealers In '
asny, vb s ffiip, rsi H8l :i sa.iuiH
IJIRUSTKE'S BALE. '
Wh.rM. Man k. Mll.ill. br her certain ilnml
bearing ilato the elnvrnth day of .nine, A. I). 1807, and
recorded In book "V" of deeds, on pago fill, Ac., In
the recorder's otllce of Alexander county, Illinois, did
convey In fee to tho undersigned, William J. Allen, tho
following described Iota, pieces or parrels of Uml itltu-
mcu in Alexander counir, tiunui, um uu. ukcq
block No. one; nine, In block two; one. throe, four
nnd five. In l.lndr three l ono. two and three. In block
four j one, two, three, four and Ave, In block five ( nro ,
ana six, in mock six; one, iwo. mrce, lour, nvonnu
six, In Mack sarcn i one, two, three, four and Ave, in
block eight ; one, two, three, four and five. In block
nine s one, two, three, four, rive nnd six. In block ten i
and being part of th county division of tho old town
01 unuy, anil in peciion nnnr-ai. lununmp unpen,
south range two west of tho third principal meridian)
and also the public square in earn town of Unity, m
wljl more fully appear by rcferenco to the plat of said
town in the recorder's offlco of said county. The
northeast quarter of tho southeast quarter, of section
thirty-six, township fifteen, south range two west, con
taining forty acres (except saving and rrnertlngono
quarter of an acre, including the entlro graveyard as
now anu nercioiore Known miumv.. u u buihh ihuuiiu
In said tract) , nto, the northwest quarter of tho south
went quarter of section thirty-one, in township nrtecn,
south, rangn one west of the third principal mend
Ian, containing rlfty-ono acres nnd AI-10O of an aero !
ulso the following described lots, pieces or parcels of
land In said town of Unity t Lota onoondtwolnsquaro
six, being part of section thirty-six, townKhlpllftecn
south, rango two west ; also, as known on said pint of
town of Unity, lots ono and two In square five, and lot
fourln square seven; lotflvoln square ten, In said
town of Unity, tho grantor cxpiwly abandoning ami
waiving alt right of homestead exemption. Intrust,
however, that If a certain note executed by said Mary
A. Mitchell to Hasting. Wilkerson A Co., for twenty
five hundred dollars, dated even date with said deed,
und payable sixty days from date, and in said deed
morn particularly described, should not bo well nnd
truly paid when tho same liocatne due nnd jwiyable,
then the said William J. Allen, or his legal representa
tives, might, on the reqtiext of tho holder of tnid notf,
nrm-eeil to hi.ll the ntxitn described nronertr or any
part thereof, nt public vendue to the highest bidder,
an by the terms of said deed are provided, and upon
such salo make, execute nnd deliver to tho purchni-er
or purchasers thereof a deed In feo simple theiefor.
And whereas, raid note has long ulnro become duo and
payable, nnd the sum of twenty-eight hundred nnd
ililrti'.tvrn ilnllnra nnd twrnlv-lhc centa of nrlncituil
and interest now reinulna due nnd unpaid on said nolo;
now. therefore, notlte Is hereby given, that at tho re
quest of the hnldera of said note, nnd ln;pursuanen of
the term and conditions of said deed, I, the said Wil
liam J. Allen, undersigned, will, on Monuav IlidSIU
dayof April, A. I). 1SC9, at the court houso In thn city
Cairo, Illinois, at the hour of ten o'clock am., nf raid
day. proceed to sell tho property hereinbefore de
scribed, or so much thereof an may be necessary, to
sntitfy siid amount so remaining due on said note as
aforesaid, with tho subsequent Interest that may ae
cruo thereon, and tho cos's and expenses of this trust;
and will execute and deliver to tho purchaser or pur
chasers Uiereof a ileeu uierenw.
WII.MAM J. AI.I.KN, Trustee.
GwnfcOllbert, attorney. ,
Cairo, III., February U, 1M0. maridao.1
EtiaU of EunHia Candte, tireeased.
The undersigned having been appointed executor
of the last wilt and testament of Kunetia
Candee, late of the county of Alexander and Kt&tn
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will
appear before the county court of Alexander county,
at the court house In the city of Cairo. Illinois, at the
May term, on the third Monday in May next, nt
which time all persons having claims against said es
tate are notified and requested to attend for the pur
pose of having the same adjusted. All persona In-
utbiea 10 sam estate are requesieu 10 ukiko iniincm
ate payment to tho undersigned.
Wted this 17th dsy of March, A. I). lf.
marU.Hw flKNItr II.CANDKK. r.xeeiltor.
TVSHOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER-
XJ SHI I'.
Theeonortnershln heretofore cxlttlnc between K
II. Hendrick and J. M. Phillips, under the firm name of
J., it. iicnuriCK a Co., is mis nay unsolved, .n.
Phillips assuming tho assets and liabilities of the late
eonrern. will continue tho wharfboat and forwarding
business under tho firm namo of J. M Phillips A Co.
i:. II. HKMiltlCK,
Cairo, April 3d, 1st).
Thaakrulfortlielitwral patronage relvel hereto
fore, I resix-etfellv solicit n continuance t the uw
firm of J. M. Phillips A Co. K. 1. HKMinlCK.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
The copartnership of Doctors llrigham k. Keck Is
this dsy dissolved by mutual consent, Dr. Keck with
drawing. All Indebted to Ihe ftnii ats respectfully re
quested to witlle with Dr. rtrlgham. who will also set
tle the claims acilit the firm. 1L K ItltlOIIAM,
Dr llrighsm Invites tho patronage of all friends of
Kspe' lolly designed for the uie of the Medical Pro
fession and the Family, possessing those Intrinsic
medicinal properties w hicli belong to au old and Pure
'indispensable to Venules. Good for Kidney Com
plaints. A delicious Tonic. Put un in cases, contain.
jiifronQilomi bottle tacit, and sold, by all druggists,
crScers. Ac. A. M. Wnmger A Co., established 1778,
No. 15 Heaver street, New York. marXMly
yyAUD'S EUREKA TONIO!
M'ard's IHipmnatlo T.lnaincnt!
Now has a reputation overall other remedies before
tho public, for the reason it las cured many cases that
have ballled the skill of our most eminent physicians,
and pronounced Incurable by them all. Persons suf
fering with Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Pick or Nervous
Headache, Chills nnd Fever, Typhoid nnd llilllous Fe
vers, Coughs. Colds, Consumption, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Pain In the Side, Ureast, or Hack, should at
once procure a lottlc cuch of these Invaluable runic,
dies and be reatored at once to perfect health.
UUKKKA TONIC Is 6t for Debility from any
cause. It has no equal as a Female Itemed). It aids
Digestion and purities the Illood, nnd presents dis-ca-c,clecinsln;
the system of ol llmpurilies, whlvh if let
Ternatfi, prorttico h sallow complexion and bring on
disease that makes life one ol misery. Wood's Eure
ka Tonic Is compounded of the purest Vegetable Ex
tmcts, and in pleasant to take, and mild m its action
on the system.
Try one bottle it will keep your Liver and tomah
right, and prevent billiousness.
W. M. WAHD, Covingtou, Ky.
Wholesalennd Itetail Agent, Cairo, Illinois,
And for sale by Druggists generally. mar31-3m
A Clergyman, whilo residing in fjouth America as a
missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for
tho euro of Nervous Weakness, Knrty Decay, Diseases
of the I'rUuirj; and fcralnal Organs, and tho whole train
of disorders brought on by tuneful and vicious habits.
Groat numbers havobeon cured by this nublu remedy.
Prompted by a dcslro to benefit the afflicted and un
fortunate, I wjlb send the reolpo for preparing, and
nsinifilits rriedlelrioVIn a sealed envelope, to any'ooe
who needs.it. ?ie or ciissop. Address. .
.sA'-T'.- JOriKl'H T. 1NMAN.' ,
Station D.lllble House,
febl-dSin , No York; Ciy
UN FLOWER BILLIARD SALOON
Is rurnlshed with tho latest stylea of Tables, and the
bar supplied with the most excellent liquors.
Is spread everyday at a.tn. and 10 p.m. dec21tf
JOIIN HYLAND'S SALOO., , , ,
- Is. supplied with oil kinds or
or t'&JSi ' Moor, Ale, dc.,
.Coniracrelal avcimo, bet. Nintli nnd Tenth street,
Thethtrsly.who love good liquors, ahould glvel'lm
a call, and ttioso who with to putt a fragrant cigar qan
havo their wants supplied at his bar, "' " dooVldy
w ar. siviu ii u war tr ri i ran asm
DRV GOODS, ETC
EW GOODS I
xzt.sr GOODS SOUI
IN TI1K CITY.
KITTENIIOUSE & HANNT
Have on hand, fresh from the market
Printed do Ijtlncs,
Hrown and Dleaehed Sheollngs,
II town and Illenchod Hhlrtiugs,
Paris Printed Spring Bhawls,
Lama Loco Shawls,
Paris Veil Bareges,
WhltoOoods, Donna Maria,
Walnsooks, Dotted Mett,
Hon Cambrics, Hosiery,
.India Twill, Gloves,
India Mull, Jaconet,
Linen Cambric, Swiss,
CLOTH AND CAMIMKKS,
CORNKHEiailTH 8T. AND COUURRCIaL AVB,
TRAW AND MILLINERY GOODS.
mrrXxxK t 18QO
MILS. E. H. OSWALD k GO.,
Have Just received an unusually fine and attractive
Niritwnml 5f llllnerr Coeds,
Notions. Trlmmlnffs and Fancy Articles. Ribbons.
buttons, Flowers, etc., all of tho very latest styles ex
tant ; presenting to tlte traao a variety equal to me ia
iniml. at tirleea that ran scarcely fall to fflve satisfaC'
lion. WUItK lUSKKTS; Infant's baskets, and a
handsome collection or outer notions, uierut anu or
A new lot of Sintrer's celebrated sewing machines
also on hand, to which the attention of tho public Is
They are prepared, as heretofore, to meet all de
mands in tho dress nuking lino promptly and after tho
Hannet made and blenched to order,
lis I Coitimercliit Avenue, Wear ElgHth Bt.
QITY NATIONiVL BANK.
V. P. II.VLI.m.VV, Irrsldent '
A. II. NAKI'Oltl), Cnslilcri
WALTER IIYbl.01, Assl.tnut Cashier.
r?. 6TATTS TAVLOIt, I W. P. HALL1DAT,
GEO.D. W1LLLVMSON, uTKI'llIiN JilUD,
A. li. OArfUUU.
Exchaue, Coin, nnd United States Bonds
llouglit mid Sold.
Deposits JUeeived, and aQentral Ranking
milE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
I f; ii.i ..if !
j s j -a
DANIEL IIUU1), I ROUT. IV. MILI.R
...I . President. I Vice-I-residebt.
C. .N. llUtJllES, Cashier.
Collections Promptly Attended to,
UxcIiaiiRc, Colli, Ilnuk Xotca aud TJutted
Boxislit vxi.L Mold.
t . V
Interest Allowed on TImo DejiosItSs
LIQUORS, TOBACCO; ETC.
yjr. II. SOIIUTTKR,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
WINES, UQUOIKS, TOBACCO
Aturt roa '
Best Brawls of Cream4 nsd Stock Alo
Iuiportcd Ales of DIHTereRt KJads.
No. 75 Ohio Levjck, - Cairo, HUitei
TTTOODI WOOD II, . . ;.
J. IV. TURNER t
Is prepared to furnish
Grood 3avrd Wood
At pro4 whlcl- defy coropeMIoo; ifo to
Deliver la any y-t af, tBsy -
On the ShoHest notice. "V ssl,R J
LMveordecs.on slates atvKujky'-). mnrnf, 1.
can's feed store, and woods and Koacn aBaMtT,'
TI9TWARE.aB , an
l ISIItNO TACKLE, .
, 'COFFiflE MILL8,
tec, c. '
IS AW S, t
Tho best in thn market of all kinds solid, movattff
and perforated tootii.
3 'ilosat, cJtsc, &o.,
WIIOL1-SALE AMIICET AIL,
XOO Commercial Avonue, corner Twelfth street,
marsdtf CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNG
QARL L. TUOMAS,
SIGN AM) OltXsUIEXTAL PAINTER,
Stao-a South-east corner of Eighth street and Com
mercial uvenuo (up stairs),
1. D. AYEIW.
A YKRS it CO.,
OO AI M IS S I O X ME 11 Gil A N TS,
JTo. 133 Ohio Levee,
gAINT CHARLES HOTEL,
THE ST. C1IAKLKS HOTEL,
The only FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
la now in tho most unoxccptionnblo order for guests
The past Summer.
Xfezoxsw, 3 OO Per X,y
Baggage Carried to nnd from the Ilotsl
free of Charge.
Day Hoard, IScenty'Eivc Dollars cr month
JUWLTT WILCOX A CO.,
GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
gTRATTON, HUDSON it CLARIC,
(Successors to Cunningham U filrutton,)
Grocers nnd Commission Merchants,
No. 37 Ohio I.ucc, Cairo, III.
Q; D. WILLIAMSON,
iv ir o ii i: s a l i: groc i: ic ,
1'ItODLTK AM) COMJIIrjdlO.N
M E II O EE A. I",
A'o. 70 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
Hpeolal attention given to consignments and fillinf;
iqp il. 1IULEN,
STAPLE AND I'ANCY GROCERIES,
Provisions, Produce, Caul Oil, Ac
131 C'osmcrci'ui. Ironic, Cairo, 111.
MUTUAL UENEV0LEXT ASSOCIATION
The First and Best Institution of the Kind in
the United States.
Weekly llenefit from M to J 10 In ease of slukncsM.
Kvcry man of 1'cuialo of lUulthy Constitution can U
a member. ,
This Institution Is legally Incorporated under tb
laws of Illinois. 1'or particulars apply to
decSldtf General Aout forisUto of lllluoU.
" mmrmiiTrT ,i mi
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
AH ALLEY'S C II A It T E It ' OAK
. STOVE STORE
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron
OT 0 23 23 X XOT 3- 33 O 2?
iSo. ICC WASIILVOTOX AVEXUE,
(Abovo tho Market House.)
Hoofing, GutUruis, epontinc And Steamboat Work
dono iu a neat and substantial manner, tit short no
i TO OI1TAIN' IT (10 TO
DEEIUVART, 0RTII Ss CO'S
And purchaio tho leading (
Mtovo oJT tho wo is
A rood variety of Cooklntramt lleatinc Stoves al
ways on hand. Also a complete assortmeut of
Tinware, IlolIowWurc, 4c, dec
Manufacturcra of Guttering and HoofitiR.
Our motto Is Quick Sales iwd Small rroflts. '
wrUatlsfttCtlouguorantoed in every mtanco."W
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ifbentieth street, between Washington and
M Poplar streets,
(Nearly oppo'sltotho Court Home,)
iXmm a splendid Btock of the'best material, oad good
IMrksnen, ana can nit oruera on snors uutwo.
'Heoatnit uono acatiy una ciiespiy. irauuiuu-u
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