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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1872.
1 LLnt boMInc ticket! lo th Gr-
i sepals' dancing society, are nftcXti v i
.,s rt. fell to be riven on v. caw.K5
1 .venlfi. Invitation shocU b pwwjatwd.
at the door.
The C4Y. K. K T tu'"
over Qoeee p c w v..
U table. r inx &''ttitlum
will V tjU fcja Ujo trnc'. oh Com.
. Saae. Cheep for a ov.Vt
n. KlfUi street oonlniiiliit; to
and. Wluhun. The- uurchMor "I"'
ir to remove the same fwtn oil of tho
lot Tor term apply lo .
ll-gB-dat. I WAfcpm.
a T.tDLn Dunt Last. Sunday
t .bout seven o cluck two iiitlo-
ata of color bad difficulty wnei.rn-
.lac 7 ot coIor Th" :!l,,'I1,1, a
hr shots aniece and taun. bravely ran
eway from each othr in. directly opposite
Qci Vitx Cotxei Ta.vxjmso
Patt. All thcee holding invitations to
tht series of parties are lnvitd, and the
attending are respectfully rqusud to
COB early. Dancing to commence at
8:30 p-su sharp. Ticketi, including sup
per, $2 60.
Fob Sale. I will ell cheap for cash
tht following property: Lou 33 nd 39,
la block 49. In the city of Cairo; loU . and
8, Id block 60, Firt addition, in the city
of Cairo. Buildings with good rental on
all tht property. Title guaranteed. Ap
Michael Malonet, owner,
Poplar street, between Eighteenth and
Nineteenth itreeti. 11-20-01,
A Necessart Snr. The Henry Amu
and 6. C. Wolf each put off a colored
man with small pox at this port yesterday
Mayor Laniden has appointed a man
whose duty it is to visit all newly arrived
steamboats and prevent their putting oil
at our wharf any person or persons tttflict
ed with any contagious disease. The
faithful observance of this courso will do
more toward keeping the city freu from
email poz, etc., than any other precaution
which may be taken.
A Slippbbt Pair. Ytn. U. Jones and
Charles Kennedy, claiming to be tewing
machine agents of St. Louis, last Saturday
morning hired a horse and buggy from"
Peny Powers, stating that they wished to
go to Caledonia on business connected
with their agency. A short time after
they had started, Powers began to suspect
that all was not right, and bo started
Sheriff Irvin after the suspected parties.
Finding they bad not gone through Mound
Oity, Mr. Irvin beaded them off at Unity,
arrested and brought them, before Bros.
The judge, after hearing all the evidence
in the cue, and considering tbo contra
dictory statements made by the two young
Den to different persons, remanded the
pair tact to the county jail and reserved
kit judgment until to-morrow morning.
Personal Items. Tho am iablo Andy
McKay, agent for Rice's minstrels, has
been fattening at the table of the St.
Charles. He is from Paducah recently,
and of course appreciates a table on which
there is enough food to stay tho appetite
of a showman.
Judge Mulkey has returned to Shaw-
Col. McKaeig has been absent from
the city at Shawneetown.
Clark of the Clark block, Is in the
city looking after bis lands, tenements and
F. J. Lubke, ol St. Louis, known in
Cairo at James Morris, agent In the log
business, beams on the streets Mice a 31 ay
Sheriff Hlleman of Union county
wu in the city yesterday. He Is the first
man who bad the courage to tackle a reg
ular Democratic candidate in Union
county and bad strength enough to come
Slates Attorney .McCartney, was
here on Sunday. He Informs us that the
jury in the 'Williams case, at Mound City,
is composed of nine white men and two
colored. It took one whole week to get
that number under tho new law.
Comisci. A dlpatchi ftota the Sltoo
Irwla N3MlatW!ri, n" n ss.
LouU. M tiwifid jM!S'.Uy, wain
If tVe W't 4Jr AtiMnum for
mwd; w, nill.v W' ' u
in jHurn!l'iH 'itudtfMiVHtit di.v
- A,n inliillBuiciutHw Itufcbwit, or ia
tu lWf iwmd 'an tK lov.ro.
-Uur yud'lwluw, Kf.v goiiitf w mo
an Htieuuputent m Cairo.
Corn of Tm 1IUI.I.KUJ M'i for auo
nt nil the tiow depotf l tlJ oily
Uvu t foiKt t wait tho L'twIlmrrnoMic
!ill nci.t Sundhv ovenliuji DwMinbur Ut
vulorv .if Hlltic lu-nigllU Kv.irvbo.ly u
irtiamlioii for thu Elbumisn nd
tho Kougll and. ItuuJy bulls aw tho order
of Ulu dny.
Tim Dolta dry comDaay the bran-
' r j c i
witiiiu t fw wk.i.
hunJrwd ad ntnty-alne scholars
T4M ta at:ndia? at the Presbyterian
SinLtv jchojt last Sund.ty.
Xh conwrvatory of music threatens
to bu a bic thiej like The Bullxtiw
oae f the institutions of Cairo.
ETrrbolr will fc running, nezt
Sundiy eTeaing, to the Philharmonic ball
to admire th celebrated wizard, t,
We learn tlat Capt. Carter of the O
C. Wolffe was arrested by order of the
maycr, f-r landing a small-poz case here
Barney McGIenn and John Burns
were fined yeterday because thoy were
drunk, and are now in jail, wbcrothey are
doomed to remain six days.
Tho Coterie will danco at the St,
Charles on Thanksgiving night. It is be
lieved tlmt this will be tho largest and
most brilliant party given in Cairo in
Tho German school association have
determined to indulge in a ball Thursday
evening, Dccomlier 20. II. Meyers, r,
M. Storkfletli and John Koehler are tho
Prof. y. Whitnojthe groat Australian
wizard and champion ventriloquist, will
give one of his best cntortainmonts on
Sunday evening, December 1st, at Phil
The sidewalk on the north side of
Twentieth street, between Washington av
enue and "Walnut street, is in a miserable
condition. If it is not repaired soon look
out for another damago suit.
A son of Mr. C. It. Woodward found
a considerable sum of money in the street
yesterday. The owner can have it tiy
calling at Woodward's store and describ
ing tbo money to the satisfaction of the
A telegram from St. Joseph, Missouri,
was received by Hartman yesterday, on
gaging tha Atbeneum for the Shelton and
Irwin combination troupe theatrical.
Tho troupe, said to bo composed of good
actors, will remain with us two weeks.
A young man by the name of Tbos.
South, tell into the hands of Dr. Uulsei
who treated him in a peculiar way, and
wa custed by South. The coniequenco
was Shanncisy fined him $10 ard costs
Tbo history ot this case shows Hulie in a
very unenviable light.
If you have not secured a turkey for
your Thanksgiving dinner, go to Jack
Winter's market. Juck sells tUanksgiv
ing turkeys turkeys especially prepared
for the day turkeys the eating of which
will mako the most misanthropical man
in the city, even Tiik Bulletin, thankful
Need we add that Winter has also every
other article needed to get up a perfect
Tho Presbyterian church was full
Sub Lin th ovcnlng. Young men and old
men, young women and old women, and
men and women of all tho Intermediate
ages between young and old, turned out
to listen to I'ev. Mr. Thayer's lecture.
They expected a literary treat and were
not disappointed. These lectures, of which
there are three more, are doing much
A WAIININQ TO BOYH.
A colored boy named Groen yesterday
alWrnooa was amusing himsolf by play
log on the switch engine ai It was back
lag Id front of the Clark block on tho
kYe The engine mado a Hidden stop
which caused tho boy to lose bu balance
and ho was thrown forward on tho traok.
The eogine passed over him, crushing his
tegi in a (eaful manner. Tho boy lived
abnut twenty minutes after tho accident.
tho corooer's Jury gave n vordint In ac
cordance with tho facts. No blsnio was
ttacbed to the engineer.
OX WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
2SrO"V. 27 -A.3ST3D 38. .
GKAND FAMILY MATINEE,
For Ladle and Children,
TIICU.SDAY AKTEKNOON, SOW 28TII.
Including the well-known and promluent
WM. IIKNKV MCE,
SIO. GUSTAVE lllDDEAUX,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Who will positively appear In one of their
popular and uneqiialed
pronounced by press and public the best mln
Mrci rnicnaiiimcm ever given.
Reserved fcaU enn bo secured at the
Hok Utllee without extra charge. Oillce
open Irani lu to 4 on days of performances
PRICES AS L'SUAL.
FROSPECTl'S FOR 1S73. SIXTH YEAR
n illustrated Monthly Journal, unUertally
auuiiiieu in ue me iiamuoineti rcnou
leal in the World. A Representa
tive and Champion of Amer
PHIL H. SAUP,
A.T74 OHIO LBVBB.
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION,
cor tit wAsm?iaToji wr.nvr. and eiohtu hthekt.
OF CHAMOIS AND RABBIT SKIN, FOR WEAK LUNGS,
At BARCLAY BKOS.
FOR SORE THROAT,
Prepared and sold
Br BARCLAY BKOS.
HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES,
AND DISINFECTANTS FOR STABLES,
At BARCLAY BROS.
" HONEY BEE," "YOUNG AMERICA," AND "UNIVERSAL STANDARD,"
ll-20-tf. At BARCLAY BROS.
'ot for Knit In Book or Hew Stores.
Notwithstanding the Increase in the Price
of subscription last fall, when the Aldine av
turned its present nohle proportions and rep
resentative character, the edition was more
than double the past year; proving that the
America'i public appreciate a sincere ef-
lorc in lue cause oi An. ine puousncn,
anxiout to justify the ready confidence thus
demonstrated, have exerted themselves to
tlie utmost to develop and improve we
work ; and the plans tor the coming year,
as uulolded by the monthly Issues, will as
tonish and delight even the most sanguine
friends of the Aldine.
The Aldine will reproduce examples of
the best foreign master, selected with a
view to the highest artistic success-, and
greatest general interest ; avoiding such as
have become familiar, through photographs
or copies of any kind.
The ciuarterly tinted plates for 1673, will
reproduce four of John . Davis' inimitable
child-sketches, appropriate to the four sea
sons. These plates, appearing in the Issues
for January, April, July, and October,
would be alone worth the price of a year's
PREMIUM CUROMOS FOR 1873.
Every subscriber to the Aldine, who pays
I ftvnnA fnr tlm var lftTt U'ltl runi.lia
ful oil cbroinos, alter J. J. Hill, the eminent
in advance for the year 1873. will receive.
without additional charge, a pair of bcautl-
le lllatre Belle," and "Crossing the
1!5 illllerent plates, requiring
Mihitbiu Comino. Rice's celebrated
minstrels will be here on to-morrow and
Thursday nigbl. They are highly praised
by tha press. The Evansville 'Courier'
aayi : We must admit that we were most
agreeably surprised in the performance of
this troupe, at the opera-house, last night
They camo in our midst in such a quiet
way, unheralded by flaming posters and
conventional boasting, and they presented
their entertainment in such a manner as
to leave no doubt as to the
excellent talent they possess, and which
marks them as a successful band of artists.
The opera-house last night was fashion
ably filled, and included many of our
amusement loving and amusement
patronizing public. "We cannot follow
their programme throughout for want of
pace, but will make this complimentarv
mention which they justly merit, a better
troupe in their line we have seldom over
witnessed. Nor do we say tills
because of their advertising pat
xonage, but from a lively appreciation of
justice linked with close and critical judg
ment. In the first place, Bignor Hid.
deaux, who is not altogether a stranger In
our midst, rendered his ballad In excellent
ana impressive voice, wbllo Horace
Bueuby, and especially J. Rapier, in their
ballade called forth creditable applause.
"wuu P was as varied, new and
U entertaining, as any similar melange
we can call to mind. Joe Malrs, in his
ekaraeter tone, Fet an Greasy," WM
piquant and intensely ludicrous. x
Ifeet'i eon and dance was given in Ont
claei style. Bartine tea brick and one of the
beet negro mimics imaginable, while Rice
in bli burlesque female opera, It simply und
apbatlcally immense. His action is quite
greieful, and bis modified elocution ex-
SMrfisgly good. Cool White, as interlo
ewtor, and promiscuous heavy man, could
barfly be belter. Altogether, Rice's MId
rtnta are.wertby of support, and we wish
Political. Mayor Ltnsden is spoken
of for ro-eleotlon, and also as a probable
candidate for city attorney.
Down with tho old charter I
Damon has gone back on Pythias.
Clothed b3 the heavens in black I
Mr. Charles Galigher has been named
as poasibto next mayor, and also Mr. A.
To-day is our Democratic day, and
may our "good star' have mercy on our
The old charter has lived its days,
and ought to bo shoved aside collined
Clerk Howlcy will probably bo a can
dldato for re-election, h'cbofluld is named
as his competitor.
Pat. Fitzgomld aspires to a seat in
the council from tho Third ward. All
right; wo Radicals, Pat. aro in a majority
in this ward.
"Who will take interest sufficient in
tho project to substitute the stato law for
tho present charter, circulato a petition
this week, praying tbo council to order an
election to determine whether the peoplo
deiire the proposed change?
Moor," are 14x20 Inches are printed from
and tints to perfect each picture. The same
chromos are sold for per pair, In the art
siurea. as ii is me ueiermiuution or Us con
ductors to keep the Aldine out of the reach
ot competition In every department, the
curomos win ue iounu aueau oi an
The Lava, Glass aid China ware consists
BUSTS, DOLLS, kc
Also a tine assortment Pearon marble
Busts, Statues, etc. The following are seme
or tne principle wooi toy :
GXLLOFIWO HODBT loUZS,
Rockixo UoBur Homaxs,
Fahct Exf&ess "VYAOOKe,
Girls' Doll Cahiaoks,
THE HENRV M. SI.IlEVE BURNED TO
THE WATER'S EDGE
NO LIVES WERE LOST.
While th. steamer H, M. Shrove, on her
trip from St. Louis to Rod river, was lay
ing at Chester, on Saturday night, a flro
broko out In her carpenter shop, and In
les than two minutes her whole upper
works were enveloped in flames. Her
passengers and crew all got safely ashore,
but a great number lost their baggage.
The boat had on board forty kegs
of powder, which exploded und blowed
everything to atoms. The Bhreva was
heavily laden with freight, including a
lot of horses and mules, which were all
lost. Boat and cargo are a total loss. No
lives were lost. A great number of her
crew and passengers arrived here lest
evening on the Susie Silver,
can be offered by otlier periodical. Every
subscriber will receive acertiticate. oter the
signature of the publishers, guaranteeing
that the cbroinos delivered shall be cnual to
the samples furnished the agent,
or the money will be refunded.
1 he distribution of pictures of this grade,
free to the subscribers to a five dollar peri
odical, will mark an epoch in the history of
Art; and, considering the unprecedented
cheapuesi of the price for The Aldine itself,
the marvel falls little short of a inlriacle,
even to those best acquainted with the
achievement of Inventive genius and im
prove.) mechanical appliances. (For illus
tration or these chromos, see November is
sue of the Aldine.)
THE LITERARY DEPARTMENT
will continue tinder the care of Mr. Richard
Henry Stoddard, assisted by the best writers
and poets of the day, who will strive to have
the literature of the Aldine always in keep
ing with Its artistic attractions.
per anuiii, In advance, with Oil Chro
The Aldine will, hereafter, be obtainable
only by subucription. There will be no re
duced or club rate ; cash for subscriptions
must be sent to the publishers direct, or han
ded to the local agent without responsibility
to tho publishers, except In cases where the
certificate Is given, bearing the fac-slmllo
signature of James Sutton & Co,
Any person wishing to act permanently as
a local agent, will receilu full und prompt in
formation bv applying to
JAMES MUTTON & CO., Publishers,
fxj Jlulden Lane, New Vork.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
lly virture of a writ of sale issued out of
mo uisirici conn oi me united ."States, for
the Southern district of Illinois, In admiraltv,
dated on tho first day of November, A. D.
1872, will be told at public isle to the
highest and best bidder, for cash, at Cairo,
In said district, on the 30th day of November,
A. D. 1872, at 10 o'clock a.m., the following
described properity, to-wtt:
The steamboat Glasgow, her boats, tackle,
apparel and furniture.
The same having been condemned and
ordered by the court to bo sold.
EDWARD R. ROE,
U. 8. Marshal.
Springfield, Ills., November 0th, 1872.
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuable farm within seven miles oi
Metropolis, on the Jonesboro Road, consist
ing of 200 acres with 00 acres cleared and
other Improvements, now owned and form
erly occupied, by J. T. Rennle.
TERMS. One-fourth down-balance In
one, two and three yeans notes secured by
mortgage, with six per cent. Interest.
N. I). The timber Is good and has never
been culled and no timber will be permitted
to bo cut or used, except what is necessary
lor the wear and tear of the place, until after
the second payment has been made.
For information apply to
J. T. BtNNIE
8-8-tf Cairo II,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
COBNKR 32D-8TBMT AND OHIO LEVI
HCOIVlE TRADE !
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
F. Di HKirOBD rreprletnr
Con. Ohio Livxb & Secoxd St.
IflTBaggage conveyed te and from
pot free. der-0
J. C. HUELS,
Late of St. Lotilt.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave,
BLANK BOOKS of everv description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notice. Bibles, Music,
.Magazines and reriodicnn pound neat and
at the lowc-t possible rates.
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
hooks. iiiatiK. etc.. made a ipectallty
QUI VIVE COTERIE
MOVKMnER 29, 1872.
of five, respectfully Invited to attend.
All those holding invitations to the eerie i
Ticket 12 fiO Ineludlnsr finnnsr.
On the corner of 12th street and Washinglea
avenue, opposite Bulletin office.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1872.
Tuition Irom 12 to 120 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will be spared to make It
to all concerned.
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Music.
J. M. RODENBAUGH,
Teacher of Wlcd and String Inslruinenti.
Htild nronosals will be reeehed at the
city clerk's office until 7 o'clock p.m. of
Monday, the second day of December, A.
D., 1872, for furnishing the material, or do
ing ine worK, or pom. lor ine construction
of sidewalks onlhe following named streets,
to-wit : On the northerly side of Twelfth
street from the terminus of the present side
walk on said street, between walnut and
Cedar streets, to Locust street; on the
southerly side of Thirteenth street from
Commercial avenue to Washington avenue ;
on the east side of Holbrook avenue from
west Twentv-thlrd street to west TwentT-
fourte s:reet; on the south tide of west
Twenty-fourth street from Holbrook avenue
to Park avenue.
Said proposals shall be directed to the city
council, and will be opeted at a Joint meet
ing of the council at the time above named.
All proposals shall be made In accordance
with the provisions, requirements and speci
fications of ordinance No. 34. approved
OctobT 19th, A. D., 1872, which ordinance
is now on nie in my omcesuujeciioexamina
tlon at inr time.
The city reserves the right to reject any
or an Pius.
M. J. Howlev, City Cleric,
Cairo, Uls., Nov. IS, 1872. dlOt
Cttjr MftttossaJ Bnnk RnlldtsiK.
nJ3peia attention rii loorW Irom Hiiro
FOR LADLES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eiohth St., Bt. Com. k Wash.,
Has lust opened a new and stylish estab
hshment, fully up to the times, and invites
old customers anu new, tames, cnuaren ana
all, to ravor mm wun uieir patronage.
13" All work done In the Latest Style.
COMICAL FIGURES and MASKS
A large selection of Musical Instru
ments, such as
No. 104 Comueruial Avebue,
Both French and Scoth easslmere all
colon. Beavers and Bread-cloth constantly
on hand, and all goods warranted.
In all lta branches also carried on
Corner Twenty-second street and Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest market
price, Also a good article oi
Very cheap. Leave order at UALLIDAY
BROTHERS, or apply at the ulU.
of every kind for the Children, Also,
WAX A RUBBER DOLLS,
And a million other articles tow numer
ous to mention.
CALL AND SEE.
102 COMMERCIAL AVENUE!
LIME ! CEMENT I
CAVK GIRARDEAU AND ILLIKU
Comnieroial-av., Foot of Eleventh-Bt.
Best quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on band, and for sale at the
very lowest figures for cash.
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH EVANS
VILLE SEMt-WEEKDY U. S.
The Fast sad Klnt Pastrnisr SUatntr
made to order,
Boxes, Pocket Rook, Envelope, etc.,
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
A place where you can buy as much for
0 1ST ES . TD O L L -A. "H,
as youean elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the public that tbey have fitted their
new store house on Eighth street with the
finest and best assorted stock of
general merchandise ever before brought
to this market, and in order
to secure a large portion of the patronage
of the public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely new, and
bought expressly for the coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children's
BOOTS 5c SHOES,
HATS 4c CAPS.
And all other articles to be found in i
first class dry goods and clothing establish
We call especial attention to our large
assortment of dress eoods, shawls and
cloaks, which department Is complete in
all its details. Our stock of
is tbo largest in the city, and we are en
abled to offer special inducements to pur
In Gentlemens' Clothing, Bouts and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo aro fully prepared to meet all de
mands at prices defying competition. As
it is to the intorest of every one to buy
where goods are cheapest and best
we cordially invito the public
to call and examine our stock before pur
Our establishment is located on tho oast
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenuos.
Blum & Ambon.
Jack Orammer, Master.
ju. i HOMAX, Cleric.
3T Leaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans-
at 8 o'c
freight or pasnage apply to
at 8 o'clock, connecting at Evansville with
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. For
J asies llioos Passenger Ax').
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH A EVANS-
V11.1.K BtJUOVrtlU.V I'ACKET.
The fine Passenger Packet
Neoley Rudu .,
tTLeaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans-
board or to
rucsday and Fridav evenlnr at (I
o'clock. For freight or passage apply on
James Biggs, Passenger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANS VII J.K
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The fine low pressure Passenger Packet
B. PENNINGTON Mast
ya Leaves Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Padu :sh
and Evansville. For freight or pasage ap
ply on board or to
JAmes Biggs, Passenger Ag't.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
T&e splendid steamer
Dick Fowleb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
1 p.m. f or rreignt orpastage appiy on uuaru
or to jai
J a i. Malluhy, Ag't.
CAIltt. AND MOUND CITY
Will msk ttM trips dallr.
At 11 a.m
At 4:30 ,p.m
LEAV'O Moinill CITY
At ouTO fc.m.
At 1:30 p.m.
Faro each way, 30 cent; 10 tickets lor
Will land, wucn naiiea, ai any gwa
11. 31. HULEW,
WUUVI WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
Ths aadsrsurosd will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
As VUp, If ssett Ckcwsiter
bad any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the slates st the Fostofflce and at Rot
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Teni twelfth streets, Cairo. IUlnols. 1
give good msuursaud will cord the wood
aatjlMf DKHMU BALKY.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WABH'W AVENUE AHD WALNU1
Dr. 0. K. rislds Informs toe public that he has
on the northwest side of Tsotb strsot as neae
Bis Bt'abUs will be famished with nene but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at , aU
hours of the day and night with safe teems
ai olio Inwftaf forms.
Dr. Fields asks a share jf public fMJ
and will endeavor to merit it by fair deauag
and strict attention to nueuis.
GROCER and CONFECTION
nd Dealer in Foreign Froibs k NttU,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
i-t -i n a n n TJ
IJ Ifi A I I J IT IV 11 J III A
And Dealer Id
sv All Onotlii warranted fresh, mud told
hl-m r i
at the lowest prices.
Corner 8th St. andCommerclalAve.
XH3 3STB1"W STBTBM.
fl.imn W.XTAILED AT WBOLMAIE
AT H. O. THIELEOKE'S STOBE
.....wnvnw 1VVNITSL SETWEBV TlXTsl
AMD ELEvEMTB BT-i.
SO fti.DET Cuba Sugar for - -
9 ii ii " - -
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