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THE 0A1K0 DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1873.
J jllN II. OBKULY, Editor and Publisher
TKKM3 OK THE DAH.t BULLETIN:
One week, by carrier.... 2"
Ouojcirbr cArrlor, Inadvaucc...... 10 00
One year by carrier II not pild In
advaneo. i,2 01
)no month, by moll 1 00
J'hrce month ; 3 00
Six month" 6 25
Ono year.., 10 00
THE DOLLAIPWKKKLY 1IULLLTLN
John It. Obcrly has reduced tho aubscrlp
tlan price of tho Weekly Cairo Bulletin
f Ono Dollar per annum, making It tho
cheapest paper published In Southern Illinois
MnV Myra iliurnmr, cJltor of tho
Chicago 'Legal Notrs,- Is tho nuthor of
lie bill according to women tho right to
hold school ofllcc in tho stato of Illinois.
The I'reildent has rcconsiderol hit de
termination and will visit Richmond nt nn
early day. Tho people of that city nro
preparing to giro liltn a hopltable recep
Tun bill making womon eltpiblo to
school offlca In Illtnoii, -lias pacd both
houses of tlio Rcnernl nnombly and with
lbs slgnnturo of tbo governor 'will bocotno
The twenty-fifth nnnlvoriary of tho
national woman suffrngo association will
bo held In Now York on Tueschy tho
rixtli of May next. Trvonty-flvo years
tgo, Luerctla Molt and ElUtbotli Oady
Stanton called tbo first woman's rights
convention nt Sonocs Falls In.lSi?. Theso
two pioneers In tho rauo, will bo present
ii Now York at tho approaching meet
ing. Susan 1). Anthony is president of
tlio association and calls nn all friends to
nf klit In tbo celebration of tbo silver wed
ding of tho woman's suffrago movement.
-' i - .
The bill providing for tho establishment
of it stato itiobriato nylum came up in tho
)ioi!oon Monday last. Ono of tho provis
ions of the bill is'n tax of ton dollars n
year on nil porsons, linns or corporations
In the statu-making or telling liquor, to bo
attested and collected as other taxes nro,
but to bo paid soporntoly to tho slalo aud
it r and used as n special fund for tho ben
efit of tho asylum Threo commissioners
nro to bo appointed by tho governor to
preparo an asylum for tho rocoption and
caro of Inebriate!. Threo hundred copies
of this bill woro ordered printed, but it
is not probablo that, nny further nctlon on
it will bo had during tho present session
THE LATE OCEAN DISASTER,
Seven hundred human beings
perishing in tin hour by nil
tho horrors of shipwreck, in
tho latest disaster which the tolegraph
makes known over tho civilized world.
Tho steamship Atlantic of tho "Whlto
Star lino, from Liverpool, ilurch 20, for
Now York, ran short of coal und made for
the port of Halifax on the morning of tho
1st of April. A galo hprung up
and at two o'clock In tlio morning
tho vessel grounded on Meagher's rock oh"
Cipo l'roiptct or Mars Hwad about twenty-two
miles from Halifax. Tho Atlantic
was a strong ship, bad an experienced com
mander and a full craw. Ono thousand
man, womon and children composed her
living freight. Of this number moro than
sven hundred perished; every woman and
fh'ld on board being among tho lost.
.Many of ilia passengers woro not roused
from their sloep nnd sank with tho ship In
utter unconsciousness of tho cauio
or thftlr dreadful and sudden death.
The causa of the disaster, It Is conjectured,
was the mistaking tho lights at Halifax
f jr othor lights. Tho striking of tho ship
ipon tho rocks, the' swift sunsu of dangor
Mt by a portion of the crew, their frantic
nJcavors to savo themselves, tho dark-
i. ' und tho rough sea, tho strango hor
r r experienced by tho pastuiigcrs whoso
llrst warning of danger was tho closing in
around uieir births of tbo
waters of tho ocean, tho sinking of
tbo vessel with its cargo of
horrified human boings so swiftly
and hoplostly doomed to
watery grave, aro fragments
of u sr.jno toj harrowing for Imagina
tion to picture, and vhioh hnguugo It
powerless to dctcrlbc. In Europe and
Ainonen Its shadow will fall. On the IV
cifle coast nnd across tho Atlantic, tho
news have already earriod anguish tnd
dismay to tho ogoninnl hcarls of
bereaved ' 4 friends. That n full
f . .
investigate or tho causo of
the calamity will bo. made Binelior
.lA 1.11. ltl.1 .1.. . - I. I
-v wi.t 4ii.il UJU furrow u j,as caused
though it may help to abolish to idmo ox
tent, tho uncertainty and dread with
whtch a trip ncrois tho water will, through
Its occurrence, Lo now regarded; until In
tlmo It takes its plaeo along with other ter
r.ble disasters of tho past.
"WHAT TIIKV MEAN.
At tho convention tf farmers in Sluing
Hold on Wednesday tho following rosolu
lions were adopted as whole:
Resolved, by tho farmers of Illinois in
mail meeting assembled I. That all
chartered inonooJlos not regulated and
controlled by law, havo proved In that
reroct detrimental to public prosperity
oorruptlog In their iiianugomout, nnd en!
uar.,.erlng republican Institutions. .. The
railways of the world, except in thsocoun
tUs where thry t:av been held under tho
strict regulation nnd supervision of tho
government, have proved iheinielves r.r
bllrarlly extortionate, nnd as much op
pose.! to frco Institutions nnd comtaerco
between states at tho fuuuni baiuns of tho
mlddlo ages. S. That wo hold, declare
nnd resolve, that (bis despotism which do
ties our laws, plunders our shlppots, Im
poverishes our people nnd corrupts our
government, shall bo subdued, and mado
to sttbiotvo tho public interest nt what
Resolved, That wo believe tho stato did
not, nnd could not confer nny of its sover
eign power upon nny corporation, and that
now Is tho most favorable time to settle
tho qucstlcn, so that it may never bo here
nflor misunderstood, that a Ktato cannot
crcato 5 corporation that it cannot there
Roiolvcd, That in view of tho present
extortions, wo look with nlnrm on tho fu
ture of nn Interest which can comblno in
tho hands of n few men n capital of noarly
$200,000,000 In our own stato arid $1,000,
000,000 in our union, and wo bellovo It es
sential to tho prosperity of all classes that
this contost continue- until theso
corporations ncknowlcdgo tho supremacy
of law. 4
licsolvcd, That wo regard it as tho'un
doubted power nnd the Imperatlvo duty of
the legislature to pass lnwa fixing reasona
ble rates for freight and nassongers with
out classification of roads, nnd that we
urgoou our general assembly tho passage
of such laws.
Resolved, That tho existing statuto pro
viding for a classification of railroads with
a view to ndjusting n tariff of charges
according to tho gross earnings Is n de
lusion nnd a tnnre, nnd is so framed that
tho railroads nro nblo to classify them
selves, and that it ought to be carefully
modified or repealed.
licsolvcd, That inasmuch as tho su
premo court has clearly pointed out tho
way to roach unjust discriminations mado
by tho railroads ol th's slate, wocanseo no '
reason for delay on tho part of tho logls
laluro in enacting tho necessary laws of
this subject, nnd wo urgo immediuto nc-'
licsolvcd, 'mat wojirgo tlio passaco of
a bill enforcing tho principlo Unit rail
roads to mako nctunl connection with
roads whoso tracks roach nnd cross their
own, nnd to receive and transmit all cars
nnd tiains offorod over thoh roa-Js nt ren
sonablo maximum rates, whether offered
such crossing or at stations along their
roads, and cmnowerinir tho inaklner of con
nections by municiptl corroraliona for !
tunt purposo anil for tlio public use.
Kcsolvcu, Hint wo Heartily indorto
tho nction ot the general assembly looking
to the enforcement of tho performance of
their duties by monopolies hs common
carriers, und that, in addition thereto, we
bellovo that railroads should bo required
to carry nil freight nnd pnsscngcrs offorod
from tho country through which they
pais, and not bo permitted to limit tho
amount of their business and destrov Its
Unsolved, That tho constitution and
laws of Illinois nro binding upon railroad
corporations as upon tho citizens, and that
tbo stato must requiro obodienco to the
laws from all nlike, whether tho same bo
deemed constitutional or not by tho par
tic's' ntl'octod, untlll repealed or declared
licsolvcd, That wo Indorso most fully
tho action of thoso who tender legal rntos
of faro upon tho railroads nnd refuso to
pay moro, and that it is tho duty of tho
legislature to proviao by law lor tno do
fenso by tho stato ol all suits commencod
or that hereafter may bo commonced by
railroad companies ugainsl individuals,
who in good fuith bavo insisted or here
after tuny insist upon tlio right to rldo on
railroads nt legal rates.
Jteiolvod, That tho presentation of
railroad passes to our legislatures, what
ever may bo tho spirit and intent with
which they nro accepted, nro demoralizing
in influence, and wo look to our legislu
turo now in session to riso nbovo all per
sonal considerations of pecuniary interest
or convenience, and to pass n law making
it u misdemeanor for nnysonator or repre
sentative, or other stato or county officers,
or any person to accept nny railroad pass,
knowing, as wn do, that tho people look
look upon tho acceptance of tho
passes with dccldod and almost universal
disapprobation. Whereas, tho constitu
tion of 1819. articlo ten. prohibits tho Ice-
islaturo from urantinc: special railroad
charters In tho following words : Coporn-
lions not possessing banking power or
privileges may ba formed undur general
laws, but snail not. to crealoa uy special
aets, except for municipal purposes und in
cases wherein tho ludgmontot tho ceneral
nssomuly, tlio onjeets ot tne corporations,
cannot bo attaluod under general laws;
licsolvcd, That It is oxtromcly doubtful
whether any railroad chartor granted
slncj April 1, 1848, by tho legislature of
Illinois, is H any validity, nnd tliat tlio
vested rights of railroad monopolies in
this stato exist only by assumption of tho
monopolist and tho sutVranco of tho peo
And whereas, the constitution of 1S70,
articlo -I, tcction 111, prohibits any rail
road company from issuing national stock,
In theso words: "No railroad corporation
shall issue uny stock or bonds, except for
money, labor or proporty actually re
ceived nnd applied to tlio purposos fur
which sucli corporation was created, and
all stock, dividends and other facilities for
increato of tho capital stock or Indebted
ness of uny such corporation, shall bo void.
Tho capital stock of no railroad corpora
tion shall bo Increased for no iunot ex
cept upon giving sixty days' public nollco,
in sucn n manner as may no mouiuoa ty
And whereas, this articlo of tho consti
tution lias orobably boon violated by
nearly nil the railroad companies in tho
Kctolved, That It Is tho duty of the
railroad commissioners to look carefully
into this matter nnd t,ocoinmonco proceed
ings in nil clear cases ugalnit nil railroad
companies which have disregarded this
important provitlon of tho original law
of tho state.
licsolvcd, That we (iomand or congress
n repeal of all laws preventing tbu compe
tition of all vcssols which may choose to
engage In tho carrying trndo in our in
land belweon ports in tho United States
without regard to nationality.
llesolved, That wo nro in favor of tho
immediate repeal of tho protoctlvo duties
on ton, steel, lumber and nil materials
which enter Into tho construction of rail
roads, cars, steamships, sailing vessels, ag
ricultural implements, etc., and wo urgo
on congress linmcuiaio fiction lor tins pur
poso; that cheap railroads and cheap ships
aro necessary to cheap freights, nod that
wo invito tho railroad companlos to co
oporate with us.
CAIRO CITY COAL
ti prepirtd to aupplf cmla row llli tn
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OltDKHS left at Ilalllday llroi. ofllce, 7
OHIO i.evke, or at the Coal Yard below the
Bt. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion, me TCO "SlONTlUK ' will brtu;
aqngslde to ateauiers at any hour.
MIUIIAKJj COYNE, Proprietor
(ou tost orricK takp.)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Avi.
The best brands ol Cigars, cholco Wlns,
Liquors, etc., always on hand,
JSropcn day and nlglit. JJ
SALOON AND HEADING ROOMS
cSmmeVcfaTAV?'1 VNNTEIMS i.LOCH.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
Tho best brands of Clirara. choice
Wines, Lliiuora,ctc., always on hand tt
HtLMAKD BALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN UfcTKM, Proprietor.
tl OnmmeroiJ Avann. CAIRO, tU.WOIH
Httl bran J of Cllfe tOtxaralu recall v J,
IIILI.IAHI) saloon furnished Willi the hcM
of tables : and bar supplied with wines, liquors
nnd clirarn of thenect brand-.
(Open Uay and Night.)
J. E. TANKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and'ntti streets
.MEALS ATALL HOUI19.
A fine now Dlnlnc Hall with everv con
vcnlonce has been added to thlt popular
ltcsiuiirani, ana tno guests win una every
requisite for their accomodation.
Tim HILL OF KAHi:
consists of every bubstantlal and delicacy of
,is supplied with tho
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES & CIGARS
tSTMlxcd drinks prepared with care.
IIYLAND & SAUER,
ANI DBALRUS IN
CHOICE FRESH, MEATS
Corner 10th stroct nnd Commercial nveinio
next door to tbo Ilylanu1 saloon.
11-lCtf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DEALER IN
KlOHTIt bTBSKT, DCTWBCN WASniMOTOA
AND COUMKUCIAL AvENTJIB,
Adjolsslssc Ki'tenbouiei nd Ilntiay'
Keep the bent or Ueel, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sausage, etc., nd are prepared to sane
cimena id ioe moil aoceptaoie manner.
UUTCIlin AND DEALKR IN ALL KlNSB Ol
. Fkkiii Meat.
COKNCR NlNKTKNTn AND l'OTLAR STS.,
lluya and Maughtcra only the best cattle,
Uok and sheet), and U prepared to till auv
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
len mousanu pounus.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ofllcc over First National bank. a.l0.3m
GREEN & OILRERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H.Ureen, 1
William II Hilbert, CAUIO, ILMNOIU,
aus-Spocia. attention Klien to Adrolraltr and
orrioi ouio lbvic, koomb 7 and Sovxn
oitt national iiavk.
H AMU EL Y. WHKELER,
ATTOHNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Oitleo over First National bank. fMKJin
Davbl T. Llncg ir. John. M. Laimlen.
LINEQAll & LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Ofllce on Seventh street, Winter's block
old office of l.lnegar, Munu ft l'ope. S-'Jl-lm
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
lop HIIm She Nhortent Honto
Elg fair Mllea the Bhortmt Kotste
TO ST. XjOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF OARS
FKOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONK CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, i lltnapolls, Toledo,
Detroit, CIctfluDd, Niagara Kill,
lluffulo, I'lttuMiifr, Wellington,
llaltluinre, i'lilladclplila, New Vurk.
Ilonlon &TA all points eat.
Mllwaukle, Janrsfllle, Madison,
LaCroane, tit. Paul and all rtolnla north.
this la kino the onlj direct route to
Iicc!ur, lilnointnjrton, fSpnriRetil,
l'forla, (Julncr, Keokuk,
Itiirhng'on, Hock laUnd, Halle,
Mendota, Plaoo, Freeport,
Ualeoa, I)ubnue, blous Ultr,
Omaha and all polnta norttiwmt,
Elogant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca
D(!k Checked to all Important poiita.
For tickets an t Information, plj to I. O, R.K
depot at alro; on board the transit steamer be
tweou Columbus and Cairo, and at tne prioclpa
rallroa I tlof t offices throughout the aoutri.
W. P. JOHNSON, Oen'l faaa. Ag't, Chicaao.
A. Mircum., (ieii'l.Hup't. ChlcKO.
J. JOnNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SIMUNGKIELI) AND ILLINOIS
HOUTUEASTEKN R. R.
On and aftor Monday, April 24tb, 13V2
trains will run aa follows:
terns ooixo aocTRaair.
Leare Vlrilnia. 0:40 a. m I:!lp,m,
' Hprlngfleld 0:U " 3:0O "
,' Tajlortllle 10.6 ' o. 0 "
Arnrn at i'ana. 11.49 A.1T
laaucs ogiaa KoatuwinT,
Kzprosi. ' Mall,
Leare Pana 4.eo a. m J. S3 a. m
" Tajrlortill S.io ' S.c "
Arrive at 8print!fleld,.,n,n " ,..,....o.eu "
Lcaio 9prinjflelil.......n.6 " e.io
Arrive at VliKinia 8.6 " ..... IS '
vaaiat ooio (gciHtasr,
Leave F-lgwooct S.3U a. m, .10.10 p.tr
" Florn.... 8,8 ' ll.se '
Arrive at Hhawneel'n M " 6 It
HKAI. ENTATK AUKNCt.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (8UC0ND TLOOU) OHIO LXVKC,
Hot and Sxll Real Estati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And perrar Con?ejanc ofKlodt:
John (j. llannan. Chas Thrupp.
JOHN Q. IIARMAN.& CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Xorlli Cor. ofetU at. nsad Ohio I.evec
Abstract of Title. Conveyanclnir mndo a
specialty. Jteal Estate bought and sold.
JST'l axcs Paid, etc.
WM. GLENN & SON'S
HEAD QUARTERS FOIt GROCERIES
COFFEE. Rio, Laguayra, .Tava, Mocha.
SUGAR, N. O., Hard & Soft Refined.
SYRUPS. Now Orleans and Eastern.
WE MAKE SPECIALITIES OK
0 7t Vint SI. V1SCWXA Tl
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, IUik, Etc.
Ho. 71 Ohio Levef.
CT'l will nclt In car load lots at mamilac
tuierh' prices, adding freight, 4-2-tt
.or. i:tcvtnlU aitd Poplar .,
Inform tho public that ho bra engaged the
serviceB of a I'Mrat-clasa Wagon linker, and
also ii first-class ltoio Hhoer, und it ready
to manufacture and repair all kinds of work
lu this trado with neatness und dispatch,
DI1LII I H
O BO CERIifl.
NEW YORK STOitE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROBtT VARIBTT STOCK IN TBI OITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner rMlaotl atrMlaisaal Caass
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, N. T.,
Aist... .. l,lM,tll
OBRMANIA, N. T.,
Aseeu...... t,0M,?31 IS
AlltCtAtt,eaeiateeettstM.(Stst,T2S 862 W
Aaseta Tll.MA On
Comprising the Underwriter!' Alienor.
TONKfiRH, N. T.,
Aaaeta TS 164
riRXUKN'S FUND, B, jr.,
ICURIir, N. T. IIARINB,
Htores, DwollloKf, Furniture, Hulls and Car
Roes, inaureIat ratea aa favorable as aouod, i r
m iinen t aecuritv will warrant.
I rcspectfullr ak of the oltiaentol Ca
shareor their patronage.
VV. II. Moms, II. It. Uandtt
Notary Public No. Pub. and It, a. Com
FIRE, HULL. CARGO, LIVE STOCK
NORTU AMERICA, PA.,
AifU..... lt.7M.CO0 00
AsieU. ..... $2,M 4,tl0 T2
Asset IIJCl.HS as
INTKKNATIONAL, N. T.,
Aaaeta ..1,S5S8 1
Aiiett.....M 1J5,X78 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Aaaele 1 600,000 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIKE.
Aaaele 3u,oeo,CHO on
TRAVELERS', UARTFURU, LIFE AND
Aaeela . 11,600.000 0
RAILWAY PAHaENOERS A.'jBURANUB
yaseta fMn,ooe oe
Aaaeta Xi,Si 00
BAFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE,
71 Ohio Lcvst.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CENT'L.OrricE, 172 Washinoton St.
This Qcnnan Llfo Insurance Compan
guarantecs not only Paid-up Policies but
ulso a Value In Cash on the Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. nUOE, . - - President
U. KNOBELHDORF, - - Becrotary
JOHN W. PltUKSS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
8KCTION 0. 47.
Association for promoting Llfo Insurance
and Sick ltcllcf by weekly duea and mutual
co-operation in objects ol public benefit.
The Lllc Insurance Policies will be Issued
by the Teutonla Llfo Insurance Company.
II. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUKSS, Ag't.
SMlf for round vicinity.
NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.
I'AIIS POUCV UOE.DEKH ao,tM)0,O0O,
Dcslren the acrvlces of an EFFICIKNT
AOKNTIor this place and vicinity. To n
u HUltablo pcrnou who will faithfully devote
hit full tlm and talents to tho duties or Its
ngenoy, desirable terms, nnd a favorable op
purtuuity will bo ottered. Address, with
.1. II. IIKNNKTT. Ocu'l Sup't.,
a-UO-IUt llox 63. Chicago, 111.
jTEMLS, BROWN & CO.,
Aoents Home Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
Kiohtb St., Bt. Com. A Waih.,
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
M B It SJ II A N TN.
DEALERS IN PI OUR;
And Axeeia til
IUIO R1YBR AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkver,
COFFEY, PACE & CO.,
A N D
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
It. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKALKR IN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, . - . ILLINOIS
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oatr, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roi FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Hueeaaaora to K. D. Bandneaa a Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AdTancaraculi mad m m(
tK upon OonsigumenU. mF
Ara prapartd to raealva. atora and forward
fralghU to all points and buy and
sail on eommlsalon,
aBoslnasa attondad to promptlr;
JOHN ii. PULLIS k SON,
(Hueeaaaora to John I). l'hUlu,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c, -
Com. TENTH-HT. and OHIO LEVh
ti. D. Anna. E. J. AYXBS
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lxvxk, Cairo, Ills.
X: M OHIO LKVEK,
3-20 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE k BRO.
oueral -Coamuwion MiroltnU
118 OHIO LIVII,
Our Home Adrertisera.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swander, Intending' to remova
to Kentucky, desires to dlspoto of her Iarire
and elegant stock of
HUE I L L I IsT EJ IT
Immediately. In order to faclllltate the ial
or her (foods, Mrs. Jackson ha determined
to offer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites thn ladle of Cnlro and vlc'ity
to call on her If they dcalro good barRaitn.
Mr. Jaekaon'a "
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The ino.tni them havlnR been tclectcd from
tho late fall atyka, benco the ladles have
rare opportunity to purchase now and lash
lonablo millinery at coat price. The Hoc
consists of hata ribbons, flowers, hosier
ladles underwear, etc., etc. 11-3011
On KIhlhHtrt, Uiw,n Commercial an J Waah
nKlon Aranuaa, la Oallf racalTtnf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
Latkst valu anu vriNTKn bttlri.
H'smca a lull line of
BOIsTISrETS Ac HATS
ITnmmrd and nntntnmad,
FhEMCll FLOWKIL4. RlilHUNS, TK1MMINOS
of all kind. Laeaa, etc., tic.
Itra. Mcdaa has also a lara btortmaat o
Fancy Articles, nuch aa
NECK TI.S. DOLLAR'S. UNf)RrtRLBEVE9.
KL'FKS, HA.MIIK3, FANM,
And all other articlaa oauallj found In a
FHIST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Jlra. McOee, In addition to her utock of
ancy and Millinery Ooods.baaa Undone and
Ktnplcte assortment of Cincinnati Custom
made I -id lea' and Misses' Shoca and Chil
dren' Boots, Black and in Colors. Thesn
aroacknowledKed to be the fluent and best
ever In the market, and this Is the only
thocltr that makoa them a specialty
P. G. Schuh. J
NEW LIVERY STABLE
MTWHN WABH'X.AVBNCM ANI WALNUT
Dr. U. r. rialda Inforaa tna aubllo thai ba ha
L J V E R r H TAB L E,
on th aorthwaat aida of Tenth alraat aa nam
BU "labia will ba fumlatiad with nana bill ths
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the public may be accommodated at al
hour of the day and night with Mfa team
on me sowca mj.m.
Dr. Field aaku a share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealusg
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