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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1873.
JOHN U. OBKULY, Editor and l'abllthcr
TEltMfl OK" TOE DAILY BULLETIN :
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advance 12 00
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ton month 3 00
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One year 10 00
TOE DOLLAR WEEKLY-BULLETIN
John 11. Obcrly has reduced the subscript
tlon price of the Weekly Cairo Bulletin
to Ono Dollar per annum, nuking it the
cheapest papcrpublishcd In Southern Illinois
No Connecticut congressman has ap
plied ai jot for hli "extra. '
Senators Conkliso and Logan, the
champions of Caldwell in the senate, were
not present when ho relieved that body of
further responsibility in his case by re
signing. Caldwell, it is said, intends to
return to Kansas and appeal to tho legis
lature to return him to the senate Eighty-
eight thousand dollars is (aid to bo the
sum it cost him to securo his first election.
With tho experience tho Kansas leg'ula
turo has had in electing United States
senators, it will take more than that sum
to make Caldwoll his own successor.
The avowed purpose of tho Indiana
Democracy to taVo tho initial step in the
formation of "a new liberal psrly basod
on tho living issues of tho day," calls
forth tho following truo words from tho
Chicago Tribuno :
Neither the Republican nor the Demo
ocratic party being able to check corrup
tion, it follows that this work must ba ac
complished by a new party. Tho Demo
cratic leaders of Indiana have at least re
cognized the necessities of tho situation,
and have concluded to abandon tho old or
ganization, and organize a new liberal
party on tho living issues of the day.
That is the first step toward success, and
it influence, coming from Indiana, must
tend to convince Democratic leaders else
where of the futility of longer attempting
to maintain the Democratic organization,
as well as tho folly of expecting to be
successful, working under a dual organi
zation, as at the last general election. "A
new liberal party, based upon tho living
issues of tho day," is tho only
party which can successfully contend
with the evils of tho day, and overcome
them. That now liberal party will era
brace all tho honest men of tho old parties.
It will be tho party of" the people organ
ized together against monopolies, against
abuses of power, against corruption and
frauds in office, and in favor of immedlato
reform in tho administration of tho gov
ernment. Tho Democratic party of Indi
ana havo set a noblo cxamplo In abandon
ing their old organization, and burying
the old threadbare issues out of sight. It
is the only way in which reforms can bo
made. It is an example which tho Demo
crat of Now Hampshire can now well af
ford to contemplate and follow. It is a
concession made In tho interests of hon
esty, economy and public probity, and it
will commend itself to all who desiro to
see the government administered upon a
true itepubiican basis.
A REFORM MOVE IN CHICAGO,
Mayor Mcdill recommends tho com
rnon council of Chicago to pass an ordin
ance making it obligatory upon saloons
and tippling shops to close nt cloven
o'clock p.m. Tho mayor is supported in
this reformatory mcasuro by tho board of
polieo commissioners, and his communica
tion on tho subject was referred to the
committeo on judiciary, with instructions
to roport an ordinanco covering tho case.
Mayor MedlU and his co-adjutors havo
hit the nail squarely on tho hoad by
this blow at one of the most prolific sources
of crime in all communities in wiich it
becomes nocessary to counteract tho evil
eSects of saloons and tippling houses. In
tho following paragraph in bis communi
cation, to tho common council of Chicago,
Mayor Modill tells tho whole, story of
nine-tenths of the crimes committed in
cities and towns:
Tho officer of our police forco bear tes
timony that tho tlnnl'mir houses which keon
open during the midnight hour aro pat
ronized by thieves, burglars, garrotcrs,
vagrants and other dancarouii riming.
From these alchollc resorts they gojforth to
commit dcprodations.and return to thorn nt
all hour of the night with or without plun
tier svs the case inav bo. Laboring mon
who patronize midnight tippling houses
unfit themselves for work on tho follow
ing day, logo their situation, becomo un
steady In their hablt,and neglect and abuse
tneir ramllies; aro arrested by tho police
for "drunk and disorderly," found guilty
by the magistrates, and aro thrown into
the bridewell on non-payment of fine. In
these disreputable place thousands Hngor
iu unnit arm carouse; anu iuao protractod
itting altogether end in losstly inebria
tion, maudlin quarrels, fighting, stabbing,
shooting and murders.
"Tho trail of tho terpont is over thorn
all." Onco, not many years back in tbo
history of the republic, the dishonest and
grasping public servant was tliu exception
and not tho rulo; and when his nttompt
on the public troasury, in whatever shape
it wan made, becamo known to the people,
lulcldo or a hasty escapo from the country
ho had so illy toived, was no
unusual alternative Hut times have
changed. Tho corruption which has ruled
in thodominant party so long at "Washing
ton has borne its inevitable fruit and demo
crat and republican aliko now runs a race
to see which will havo his hand first in at
thtpeople' treasury, "Tho inconsistency,"
lyi ft "Washington special of tho 21th
Instant, "exhibited by many represent,.
' tires Is well illustrated in tho case or
tbrM New Hampshlro members, Rib
'bard, Bell, nd Parker all democrats.
Those gentlcmon votod against tho in
crtaao of salary and ostrn $5,000, and rc
'turned to their homes amidst the election
1 contest, involving tho question of tbolr
1 own roturn to tho Forty-third congress,
1 and conslderablo capital for tbomsolve,
1 by proclaiming their opposition to "tho
1 increaso-of-tho-salary" bill. A soon ns
1 tbe election was over, Hibbard, who was
' not returned to congross, and Parker,
1 who was, immediately wrote here and
1 drow their $5,000 extra pay. Mr. Boll,
1 whoso eloctlon Is still involved in doubt,
' has not applied for his extra pay." The
peoplo witness tho spoclacle of democratic
congressman being Just as oagor to lay
thoir Lands on tho flvo thousand extra pay
as tho republican mcmbors whom no ono
oxpected to refuse it, and the democratic
members add to their offenco of greedy
dishonesty that of a decoilful attempt to
conceal it from their constituents, know
ing full well that that ster
ling regard for official In
tegrity which always characterized
tho mass of tho domocratic party, is still
allvo in its breast, and that even in It de
cay, it will visit withering contempt on
its representative in congress for their
part In what Is well called the meanest
steal of theso corrupt times.
A VICTIM OF INTEMPERANCE.
Kansas City News.
To-day thoro is a man going about tbo
streets of this city, ragged, dirty and pen
nlless, subsisting un lreq lunches And tbo
charities of gamblers, and has not slopt
in a bed for months, who, during tbo
war, was ono of tho most dashing cavalry
officer In the Union army, and was pro
moted from tho rank of first UeuUnant to
full brigadier and brevet major general
for brilliant exploit on tho field of battle,
and who for a Ion" tiino had a large and
He has beon hero for two or threo
months under an assumed name, being
ashamed to dim the brilliancy of his
record in tho service of his country by an
exhibition of his degradation under his
former honored name. U) is generally
verv retlcont. havinc little to do with any
ono or talking but little, ave when "en
gineering " lor a arinK, at wnicu no is re
Nieht before last, while lyinc holnlessly
drunk in the rear part of a Tblrd-street
saloon, some men thought to play a joke
on him by stealing his shirt, and proceeded
to strip Him. underneain nis sniri, anu
suspended by a tiring nround bis neck,
was a small canvas bag, which the men
opened and found it to contain his com
mission as brovot major general, two con
gratulatory letters, one from Grant and
ono from l'rcsidont Lincoln, a photograph
of a Utllo girl and a curl of hair a
'chestnut shadow" that doubtless one day
crept over tho brow of some loved one.
"When those things were discovered.
oven tho hair-drunken men wno touna
them felt a respect for tbe man's formor
greatness, ana pity lor nis iniien conui-
lion, ana quietly reiurnea tno nag ana
contonts to whero they found them, and
replaced tho sleeper s domes upon mm.
Yostorday a now reportor tried to inter
view tho man and endeavor to loarn some
thing of his iifo in tbo past fow years, but
ho declined to communicate anything.
Do cried llko a child when (old how hit
rmht namo and formor position wero as-
cortalnod, and, with tear trickling down
his checks, said : "For God's sake, sir",
don't publish my degradation, or my name
at least, it you aro determined to say some
thing about it. It is enough that I know
mvsolf how low I hove becomo. Will
you promise that much? It will do no
good, but will do my frionds a ereat deal
of harm, as, fortunately, thev think I diod
in South America, whero I went at tho
closo of tbo war."
Intomperance and the garaing-tablo, ho
said, had wrought bis ruin.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOAKA, H. T.,
OEBUAN1A, N. Y.,
Au - i.eea.Mi n
HAKOVSn, N. Y.,
Asset x "
REPUBLIC, M. T.,
Comprising tbe Underwriters' Aanc,
Y0NKKH8, K. T.,
vxbkiikm'b fund, t. r.,
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Btorea, Dwelling, Furniture. Hulls and Car
K0, Insured t rate a fTorblen aound, per
minont security will warrant.
1 respectfully aak or the cltitenaot Ca
.hareoftbeir patronage. g y nvunJCH
W. II. Moms. H. It. Catdee
Hour j PnMlc. No. Tub. and U. H. Com
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
AUUIUCN l, iiirf.,
.NORTH AMERICA. PA.,
A.el. ..!2.7S3.Wt W
Aeiet. t:.4 4,410 71
Ataet ..tl,7!t,1l3 M
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
Aastt (l,U,8i8 1
PUT AM, HARTFORD,
Asiela - if,,r,S tc
Aaaet 16S,2 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Alicia - JSUO.OOU O
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIKE.
Ateta 130,000,000 t
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIKE AND
Aunt 11,600,1) U
RAILWAY PASSENGER.- ASSURANCE
Veta ftoo.ooo W
Aiteti sew.sta no
SAFFOllD, MORRIS & OANDKE,
71 Ohio Leveo,
Liverpool New-Toilt hd PblUJelpbli
cxeta co.xtcici with csitid nitu i ttitun
Ffir CtrryiDK the MIU
FOll PASSAGE TICKETS
01 rt!IUt 1 NfORM ATIOM
APPLY TO JOUN O. DAl.K,
15Hroailwy, NewVork, urtu
Wiihlngtoo Aienu Ckiro, Illinois.
For Bal. ryoit SALK
For Halo J
oronle l ,
Faro from Liverfool,
Pare from Londondkhht
Faro from Olaboow,
Faro from Queenbtown
TO OA1RO, ::::::: 4 b 2C
HafTurd, Mortli A Canilce Agenti.
HARD and SOFi1 LUiMBER
o etery Ueecrltlvn,
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
ok uk rs solicited.
FurnUhei! en nbortent notice.
Commoroial-av, bet. 10th atid llth-Bta.
BKMIS, IJUOWN i: CO.,
BAG ANUFACTU RERS
A(1E.'T8 llOMF. C'OTTO.V MlI.T.H
NO. 6Q Ohio l.evce, Calio, III.
JOSMMMIOM AND rOBWABDIMO.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
M Kit till A ft in.
DEALERS IN FI OUR;
And Agents ol
Ml 10 htVEH AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levkic,
COFFEY, PACE i CO.,
r O H XV A II U 1 X J
A N I)
Fl.OUIt ASn.COUNTP.Y PRODUCE
TEUTONIA L I F E INSURANCE
OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
This German Ufa Insurance Commnv
mtarantoes not onlv PalJ-tip Policies but
aUo a Value In Cash on the Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. HUOK, - - - Prosldont
0. KNOHELSDORF, - - - Becrctary
.JOHN AV. PRUES3,
Agent for Cairo anil lclnlly.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for DromotlnL' Life Insurance
and Sick llelief by weekly due and mutual
co-operation lu object of public bcnellt.
Tiie J.ilc insuratieo roucics win oe ubucu
by the Teutonla Llfo Insuranco Company.
II. MEYERS, Presidont.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao't.
ZMU tor Cairo anil vicinity.
J i. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKAI.KK LV
33UtL.Hr, OATS. CORN
AND MILL FKK1I.
CAIKO. - - - ILLINOIS
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS tor FAIRUANK'S BO ALES
OhloLeveo. CAIltO. ILLINOIS.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Hlloa tbe Mhorirat Hoiilti
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF OARS
FROM CAIKO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
MICHAEL COYNE, I'roprioior
(OI.l) I'OflT OPKICK STAND.)
Corner Sixth strcel and Commercial Avt,
; The best brand at Clear, choice V'ii.
l.uiuors, etc., ulwuy.tou liun.l,
ltI7"0ieii day :ind nlght.J
! oi,d dhlm7nico
Saloon and readino rooms
Ooruer 7th Urcel ami ,.,lfM ... ......
Coliumr. lal AV. w ,N ' hlt ,S m-tHK.
, . , OM CAIRO TO
Clneitinati, illnoll, Tolo.Io,
Detroit, CIotIdJ, MiRsrn Kali,
MtiHMo, HitlKbutK, WMlilriKton.
Baltimore, 'I'lilladelpWa, Now sork,
uoitoo sml all point t t.
MllwatiVIe, JanMVllle, Ma.lldc.n,
I.aCroaae, tit. Pftiil anJ all points notth
Thu lit ulao tho only direct rnule to
Decatur, lilootnlngton, Npnnol,!,
BurbiiKton, Ilock LUnd, I Halli-.
JSS5f. &Ji',V, ; PARKER & MONTAGUE
Oaiahk and all point northwent.
Klctrant Drawing Room Slocpiiii: Ca
On all Night Trains.
" Checked to all Important polnln. trvr !... i. ....... i. . i ... .
,,. ,. , , , .. .. lJ'. "C't brands ol Cltjar, cholro
. ..i..uu '"".u, anviT i" i. ii. . is w lien. l.liillorK.iMi-. nliv.v. nti huii, if
d tno trsnut atenmor tie , J
VAi DORA bo
IMLLIARJ! SALOON AND MAR-
JO It .St UXttJi, I'roprliMur.
Commercial A leniic, t Iltu, IM.INole
Ural l.raD.l of Callfo Clrsrulu reroiu ,
Our Home Advertiserg.
SELLING OFF AT COST
06DOIBI alrn! on fannril Inn tPMn.it i!.niU. ..
tweeu Columbm and Cairo, and at tno prlnclp
railroad ticket offlcaa tlirougliout the aoiith,
W. I. JOHNSON. Oen'l Pin. Act.
A. SlttcHKLL. Gen'l. tiup't. Chicago. I
J. JOIINSON, AR't. Cairo. ,
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and aftor Monday, April 24tb, 1S7U
trains will run as follows:
rails ooini orTnir.
,., , A111, ?iPro'' ! HU.I.IAKl) saloon ftii-iilshBd with tiie l.ct.1
lV'ayttlw&' of table :and baru,;pllcdwlVtlnei
SylorrnieZ.. ilia ' """"".Tn , and cltraw of tlifttent l.rn.l.
Arrite at lna. 11.48 ' 6.17 " 1 t
thin" noiHO Koarnnt-T.
Leave Tana 4.0(1 a. rn 3.33 h. in
' TajloMllle 4.10 " 4.C " I
Atrlveat8prin(;aold.6.n " ....0.fJ
LeATe Dpncgfleld. r.6 11 G.lu ' :
Arnseal Vlminia 8.5 " S.15 ' (
THAiss oonu -eoTHHsr,
I.r FVIwood -..S.30 a. rn. - to.lti p.ir
" Flora . ' U.4D '
Arrlreat Shawnrefn M " 5.1 J
If St Y U O IS ft.
HYLAND & SAUER,
AND DKALKI18 IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
0 K E VER Y.UESC1 tl l'TlON,
Corner 10th htrcot and Commercial avenuo
next door to tho liylund naloon.
11.10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND UtlLtB IX
EioiiTii Street, Bktwien Wabuihotoa
AND COMUKRCIAL AvKNCEB,
AdJolDluK allUrnhouae nod Ilannjr'a
Keep the bent or Ueel, fork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sau(0, etc., and aro prepared to (brie
cltisen in the moat acceptavit) manner.
llOTCIIKR AND DKALEK IN ALL KlNDS 01
CORNKK NlNKTItNTII AND 1'OPI.AH STfl..
Uuys and daughters only tho best oattlo
hog unci fchctp, and U prepared to till any
demand for freih meats from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
r. i:ioTutlt nuts Poplar Nla.,
Informs tho public that ho h:i enijnged the
svrvlecN of u First-class Wagon alakcr, and
ulooa Kirtt-class Horse Shoer.und Is ready
to inanuractiiro und repair all kinds of orl;
In this trade wills neatness and dlii.Kli,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccetaor to K. I). Uendrlcae A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
VC Ltberal AdTancernenm made S2lV
sB upon Conaifr.nmunta.
Are prepared to recelie, atoro and forward
rrofght to all point and buy and
ell on commiaaton,
SSSOualnex attended to promptlr;
'72. PALL'ANI) WINTER '78
C. II A N N Y.
PP. I NTH,
a 'v 1: i p K s,
KKNTUCKT JKANH, K1TKA,
LARUE STOCK OF OAltPy.TINO
OIL O LOT n a,
01 LT HANDS,
NOTTINOU AM LAOK
IIU Kutlre W lor It
VERY LOW P1GURKS.
corner Stii bt. AND COUMERUIAL-AY.,
(Open Day and N'ht.)
J. E. PAKKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and.Cth treet.
i OA1RO, ILLS.
1 MKALS ATAU. ItOUIt-.
. A line new Dlnlns Hall with i-very con
. venlenre bit been udded to tbh popular
I ltedaurant, and the kucsM will lluti every
, rt'iniUlte lor thciraccoiuodatloti.
THK 1111,1. OP KAItK
' conl-t of etery MilutantM and dellravy ol
I IS Mipplled with the
CHOICEST I.IQUOUS.WIMES & CIOAHS
ISrillicd drinks prepared with care.
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swander, Intcndlufr to temove
to Kentucky, desire to dispose of her large:
and Herald ntoek of
Immediately. In order to laclllltate the alo
ol lierKoodn, Mrs, .lackfton ba determined
to offer the
KNTIRK HTOOK AT COST
And Invite thn ladle nl (.'nlro and vle'Vity
to pall on herir they denlro trood barB.in..
Mt. .Iiickwm's B
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The ino'-t )f thi'ln havlnj; brrlt selected frnni
thu late lall t ley, heiicu tho ladle bava
rare oppottuuity to pu rebate new and IhkIi
billable inlllliiury at cot price. The Mois
coii'l.tH of li:tti rlbbonx, llowrrx, bonier
ladle underwear, etc., etc. ll-'XItl
On KlKl'tli!ircvl,tielweruOommerelalanJ Waah
ntou Atiiiiu, It dilr rncelrlni
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
I.ATH8T rALt. AND WINTKfl HTVLEit
Hi-M.m lull line of
BOIST1TET8 &c HATS
ITrimmed ami untrimmed.l'
riiCNCd KLOWKKd, KlUllONd, THIUMINfH
of all klQ.I. Icef, etc., etc.
llr. Mcfleq lu aluo a large Mtortment o
i'kuaj Artlclva, ucb an
.NECK TI.K CLLARrS. UNDKlt-SLKKVKS,
M1PFH, HASIIHI, KAfi'H,
And all other articlea uiually lound in a
first-class millinery btork
Mr. McOeo, In nddltlnn to her Mod; ol
anoy ami, Mil llnery ()ood, ba a Ilntone and
Kmpleto avirtment of Cincinnati Ciutntu
made I-nllcV and Ml'ieV Shoe and Chll
dretn' Uoot, lllack and in Colore. These
:ireaeknowledj?ed to be the fitict and bet
ever in tho market, and this la the only
tbcelty tint make them a Hpcclalty
T. 0. Sohuh. J
WSNKN ASII S-StiSSUUM.
JOHN I). PHLLIS & SON,
(Hucceisor to John I). I'lillln.)
DEALERS IN UAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OUIO LEVL
S. 0. AYKRS. K. .1. AVEH9
AYEKS & CO.,
GENEUAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. "8 Ohio Lf.vke, Cairo, Ills.
WOOD KITTENHOUSH & BRO.
oneral Couiiainsiou MercImntH
183 OUIO LEVEE,
No. Nt) OHIO i.kvei:,
3-i!0tr. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oillcf over Kirt National bank. ii-lMm
GREEN & OILRERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (Ireen, ")
William U Gilbert, ) CAIHO, 1M.INOW.
MlleaF.OIII.ert, J '
JT3pecm. attention Kiren 1 Adinttalty and
0?lf ICH OHIO LKV2K, 1100MB 7 AMD 8 OVKR
C1TT KATIOHAL 1IAMX.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
4) A I U l . IIiLINOI.
Also, kep conttantlf on band a moat corn
plate etock of
SUOTOU AVI) IKIrJII WniHKIKS
-n ik h ,
Port, Maderia, Shorry and Catawba "Wines
K. Smyth .tCo. are alo agent lorHpen
rer. MeKav & Co.'h lMttbtirK ale.of which n
latTie Blurt In kept comtantly on hand a
tbolr wholesale Hon'.
-THE iTOEW S-5raTJB3vr.
OROOKHIEH RETAILED AT WIIOI.KBAI.K
l'RICEH rOR CAHU.
AT II. O. TUIELECKE'S STORE
WASIIIKOTON AVINUK, 1IETWXXV TKNTI1
AND EL1CV1CSTII STREETS.
CSC Jfcs. drt Cuba 8iiKar for - - J5 0
91 11 11 11 ii ... 1 00
tJJ lbs. A coffee- Sucar, N. Y. Std. 1 OC
4 " Prime Rio CoOoe for - - 1 OC
3 Choico " " - - 1 OC
3 " Old Oovernmont Java - - 1 OC
Tons and otbor staplo and fancy Groce
ries oqually a choap.
Goods now and full weight given. Call
SAMUEIj P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Olllen over Plit National bank.
David T. Llueg if.
.lohn. .M. LaiHilcu,
LINEGAlt & LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oillee on Foventh street, Winter's block
old olllce ofl.liieBar, Mtinn & Popo, ii-'Jl-lm
WM. GLENN & SON'S
UK AD QUARTERS FOR GROCERIES
COFFEE. Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR, N, O., Hard & Soft Rollned,
SYRUPS. Now Orleans and Eastern.
Wl! MAKU 81'KCIAI.ITIItS OK
71) i 7! Vint St. CINCINNATI
And Dealer in
VKQETAHLE8. FRUITS. KGGS, LAUU
FRESH UU'lTER, ETC.
1ST All Good warranted frciili, and sold
tno lowest prices.
Corner Otb St. andCommerclalAvo.
CAIRO CITY COAL
N prepared to aupply outtuner wltli Hi
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OO A T 1.
ORDERS left at Halllday Dro. oUlce, 7
OUIO levick, or at tho Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tua "Montauk" will bring coal
aoneslde to steamers at any hour.
Z. D. UATHUBS..
K. 0 .Dill
MATUUSS Si UHL,
Commissi on Merc h ants
JAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
04 OHIO A.KTBB.
NEW LIVERY STABLE,
IJETWBEN WASD'M AVENUE AND WALNUT
,., w rield Inform tne ptltllo that h ha
nr. 11. opened a
LIVERY STA-BL E,
on the nortliweal "J0 of Tenth treet a namo
llS a'abUi wlu be Wrnl,ne'1 w,tn non8 tut ,he
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the public may bo accommodated at al-
i.mira or ue uar mm uikui nnu wno teams
on tbe lowest terms.
III. V idua aea u duud uimiuuupmrOUagO
ftnd will endeavor to merit It by fair donlfng
nasincv avtenimu iu uumi"