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THE CAIRO BAIL BULLETIN, SATURDAY, APRIL' 6, M3.
JulIN II. OBKHLY, Editor and PublUher
TEBktS OF THE DAILY L'ULLETIN :
Um mit, by carrier I 23
Oaeyearby carrier, In advance 10 00
One year by carrier II not p ild In
advance 2 00
JVMMttk.... 3 00
Ou jrw 10 no
TU DOLLAR WEEKLY RULLKTIN
Jata II. Oberty ha reduced tlio subscrlp
tloa price of tho Wkbkly Cairo Hui.lbtin
t) On Dollar per annum, making It tho
caapeetpapr published In Southern Illinois
Mm Anita Dickuov ii Win Sprl nficld
and has been compollod to poilpono lior
ogagomemenls to lecture.
Gov. Hivrniror has signed tho bill
giving to. women tho rlpbt to hold school
office, and it Is now n law, to j;o Into ef
fect the First of July.
Tm civil servico commission will bo
effoctually broken up by the resignation of
George Wm. Curlli, who It li affirmed, it
diiguiUd with tho manner in which tho
rulai, to conspicotisly heralded abroad n
yaar or so ago, uro disregarded.
TniUtornowj from the Atlantic dis.
atr plico tho number of lost at some
thing over Ave hundred. Roports as to tho
un-sea-worthlneu of tho vessel and tho
incompetency of the captain, nro curront
and will result in a searching investiga
tlon of all the steamers of the White Star
Una of which there are fire: tho Republic,
tho Ocsananlo, the Celtl;, tbo Raltle and
Tin 'Army and Nr.vy Journal' a strong
admlnlitratton piper, thus speaks of the
promotion of Lieutenant Fred Grant:
Theroii littlo profit in criticising injus
tice for which thcro i no rciuody, but it
Is not well to disguise the fact that great
dlnatlifaction has been created in tbo nr
my by tho promotion of a young second
lieutenant ef infantry, Just from tho mili
tary acedotny, to the position of aide-do-camp
onthesiatfof tho lieutenant-general
in place of officers wbotj services and ex
perience so much bitter entitle them to
such a poiltion.
A bill hat bcon Introduced into tho
Illinois senate making it r mlidcmaanor
for the governor, auditor, trcasuror, stato
superintendent uf public Instruction, at
torney general, or any clerk in either of
Bald offices, any Judge of any court of
record, or clerk of said court; any member
of tho general nssicailly or officer thoroof;
any commissioner or trustee of public in
ttltuttoni,to rwcelvo, hold e.r present any
railroad pa's on any of tho railroads of
Illinois, and punishing th svno by a tine
of two hundred dollars.
The Illinois convention of fiirmorj has
attracted attention in nil parts of tbo
country, tbo causo of thu Illinois produc
ing classes being tho cauioof the samu
daises throughout the country, and tholr
grlevancei.if not so hcarr.being simlipr in
character. The pross at nil points has
given tho procndlngs uud resolutions of
the convention tho widest circulation, and
it may now be ald that thu war between
the farmers and tbo railroad monopo
lists Is fairly inaugurated, and
It will not tcso until nu side or tho
other baa gained the victory it dout not
require the eyeoi a prophet to foresee tho
and. The farmers hrc forewarned that
tbo time hat arrUed inwb. -U they must
defend themselves from the oppressive
power of raltroad corporations, and their
present attitudo shows the spirit and de
termination with which thoy enter the
Miurut; It about to publish a railroad
map to bo represented on thj back of en
velopes and In other ways, for the ttte of
bunlriMt men, for the purpun of making
known sis widely at pon tile, the Impor
tance of that city as a railroad center.
On the map, a half a dozen railroads are
down, sorao of which are in oxlitonco, olb
on prospective. Half a dozon railroads
are pretty fair for 3Iempr.Is and the llluQ
city hat a right to feel proud of them'
11 ut a railroad map of Cairo compared
with that of Memphis would leavo tho
latter considerably in lbs ilmdq, Cairo
Lai seren railroad', part of thern coroplot
J, all actually located, which will ceute
here witblu the next year or two at lb
fartberst, beside an indniliiito number 0,
prospective roads which her Importance 1
railroad and cemmercinl centor and tcr
tatn .rapid improovment in the near fu
ture, will bring to this point us a termini
THF. FAKaix.itS AM) TJIK SALARY
The farmers' convention, assembled at
Springfield on Wednetday and Thursday,
pasted a resolution concerning the con
grettlonal salary steal, which glvei no tin.
oartaln idea of tho light In which It is re
g arded by the clats for whom the conven
tlon wai authorised to speak. With moro
boMnaM than that sbowu by the various
MftU legislatures which excepted the pret
tiest Is their resolutions denouncing the
tit fanaericondomnhlin equally with
sMaator and coogrtssmon and the roto-
WM adopUd with onb solitary no
XtMlred, That, without regard to poll.
Uaa er parly tlx. W do most mphatlcally
t mtfft Laa aaal of our coBderanatloa upon
jiriwatrrt.nnl rprentstivM la con
t from this statt who, by tbtlr rotes,
Increased their own pay to $7,(00 per an
num, and a bonus of $5,000 for sorrloes al
ready rendered; and wo further condemn
the president of tho United Htates for
signing tho bill by which they were en
abled to rcAllze the Increased pay, and his
own (friary Increased $'-'5,000 per annum.
JimCUl7AJrsO.F THE DEATH
OF THE AUTHOR OF
A New York friend of llarras gives tho
following painful particulars of his death,
written Irom Now York Monday night .
Charles M. llarras. author of tho "lilack
Crook," died last night from injuries re
ceived by jumping irom thu Roston ex
press train, which loft this city at 7 p. ni.
Mr. Ilarras for some months has been In
tho habit of visiting Cos Cob. In West
chester county, ovory Sunday. A fow
rear ago he purchusod two acres of
ground there, and erected a eubstantlal
and beautiful rosldenco, commanding a
nno view oi jjontr isianu sound, but. in
consequonco of tho death of rolativcs, he
sold tuo place to l.dwin llonth, with whom
he mado his homo until tho commence
ment of winter, when ho took up his
abodo ia tho city. S?lnco that time, his
visiu to tne vniiigo worn occa
sioned by his friendship for a
young lady residing in tho
took tho express train ns usual. It won
Mr, Rarraa custom to rotnain on tho train
until It arrived noar tuo cross-
ins:, sovcral rods beyond tho teciilar stop
pint; placo, Tho track cronlni' tho rond
on n brldgu scmo twonty-flro or thirty
fcot aboro. Mr. Uarrai supposed ho had
reached tho path, and sprang on". Tho
nisht was dark, and miscalculating the
distance, he full ovor tho edgo of tho cliff
down to too road beneath. Tho train was
backed, and tho injured man plckod up
and placed in tbo express car. Ho was in
an Insonsiblo condition and horriblv
mancled. Ho was removed to tho resi
dence of Mr. tfarl Clark, and thence to
tiio house of Mr. Lane, whore ho died at
midnieht. .Mr. Hurras has recoived from
in the author"! copyright from tho por
formanco of tho "ill&clc Crook ' nearly
(200,001), and tho popularity of tho plcco
Is still as great as aver. Tho author has
parcelled out tho wholo territory of tho
United States to various speculative man
agers, who paid him a stipulated sum for
tho exclusive right to play tho piece for u
torm of year. For months past Mr. liar-
rat tins Kept an otneo here lor thi "iilack
Crook ' builnois.
CONDITIONS OF THF. DONATION.
Nuw York, March 17.--To llithon II!
N.McTvclrc of Nashvllloi I mako the
folowlng offer, through you, to tho corpo
ration Known as tho Cvntral University of
the Mcthcxlist Episcopal Church South:
First. I authorize you to procure suit
able grounds, not lets than from twenty to
nity acres, properly locatcu, for tho erec
tion 0: tno lutiuwing work:
Second. To orcct suitable buildings for
tho uses of tho university.
ititrd. ou to procuro plans and spec
ifications for such buildings and submit
them to me, and wbon approved tho money
for tho foregoing objects to bo furnished by
mo as needed.
Fourth. Tho sum included in tha fore
going Itoms, together with tho endown-1
mcnt fund and tho library fund, shall not
bo less in tbo aggregato than live hun
dred thousand dollars (SoOO.0001 : and
tlietolast two funds shall be furnished to
tho corporatlop so soon as tho buildings
for tho university aro completed and ready
Tho foregoing being subject to thu fol
First. That you accopt tho presidency
of tho board of trust, rocolvlng thorefor a
salary or ttireo thousand dollars per an
num and tho use of a dwollni; house
frco of rent, on or near tho university
Second. Upon your death or resig
nation tho board of trust shall elect n
Third- To check hasty or injudicious
npproprlatiatlons or measures, the presi
dent shall havo authority, whonever ho
objects to any act or tuo boara, to signify
his objections In writing, within kton days
nftet its enactment, and no such act U to
bo valid unless, upon reconsideration,
it passed by a three-fourth voto of tho
Fourth. The amount atit apart by me,
as on endowment fund, shall bo forever
nvlolable. and Mull bo kopt safely
invested, and tho interest or revenue,
only, used in carrying on tho uni
versity, ino torm 01 investment
which I prefor and in which I reservo
the privilege, to glvo the money for tho
said lu nil Is in seven pel cunt, rirsl
mortgage bonds of the Tow York Cen
tral and Hudson Rivor Railroad company,
to be "rcgistorod" in tho riamo of tho cor
poration, ana to oa transiorabio only upon
special voto 01 mo ooaru 01 trust.
Fifth. Tho university Is to be located
In or near Nashville, lonnosiee.
. i5, 'VANIiEtlUILr.
W 1 1 IT E (JO LI. Alt l'LANI NO MILL
H. W.VI.TI'.a.S. t'roprlflor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
el nity ilaccitU.a,
LATH, SHINULES, CEDAR l'OSTS
UOOR8, SASH, BLINDS
ST RAM II OAT L U M K R,
Knrulal.ed on fLurtct notice.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
H. F. 1. It V A N T ,
Near Twei.ty.Hixth rftreet,
Onto Lkvjsk, CAIRO, ILLS
All Linda ul Lumber, (Jak, I'oplur, Cr
I)res, Walnut, etc., delivered In any part
of Uie city freo of charge.
t3I'atronage wllclted, and sail. (action
Hua-anteed. . 8-iaif.
000 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd roan who can do buslneit
ou tho nule.t, I ifuarantco an Immense For
tunes, easily, rapidly, and In perfect tafet),
Addre8 In perfect conlldenco,
West Fourth street, Mew York
TUB MI.'.MCH'AL ELECTION.
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor
(OLD 1'OST OFFICK STASH.)
Comer Sixth street and Commercial Avu
Tho best brands oi Clears, choice Wines,
i.niuor, eic, always on uanu.
SSTOpcu day and night. JES
SALOON AUb READING ROOMS
Corner "th direct und u'i.'.i..v
Commerelal Av. " IM hit ri ill.OLK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
EST Tli e bent brands of Cigars, choice
Wines, Liquor, etc., always on hand tt
MLL1AHI) SALOON AND BAR
JOHN Ui.TT.tt, Vropttmfr.
tos Commercial Avenue, OlIKU, ILLINOIS
Best brand of Oallfo WOIjjmsIu raetitwl,
UILI.IAJID naloon furnished rntli the best
of Utiles : and bar supplied with wlnr s, lIrjiior
and clean of thnneot bran'K
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th andOth street,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
, line new Dlnlni: Hall with even eon
venlcuce lias been added to this popular
ue'iauram, ami ins guest win nnj every
requeue lor lucirnccomouauon.
THE HILL OF FARE
consinti of every Mibstantial and delicacy ol
Jii supplied with the
CHOICEST L1QU0HS.WINES & CIGARS
33"Mlxed drink prepared with care.
1IYLAND & SAUER,
AND PXALBR8 IN
CHOJCE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th street and Commercial itvciiuo
uuxt door to the Jiyianu saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DF.ALKR IN
Kiuiitu Sthkbt, Uetwkkn NYAauiuaToa
AND UOUMIBCIAL AVXNUZS,
Adjolnlaa Briesitiiiuaci atsd IlHUssy'a
Keen the best or Beel. Fork. Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sauaaxe, etc., end are prepared to hm
cinsene in me moat aaceoiabio manner.
HUTt'IIlta AND DKALEn IK ALL KlHIi OI
CORNBP. NlNBTKNTII AND 1'OrLAK 8l8
llu vs and fclauzhtera onlv the best cattle.
hoirs and sheen, and Is prepared to till any
demand for fresh meats from ane pound to
ten tliounanu pounui.
WILLIAM .1. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Otllccover I'ir.t Nutloual banV. S-lMm
GREEN k GILBERT,
couns'klors at law,
William li Ullte
vapecie, HUnlioi given to Admtrallf and
OFVICK OHIO LKVBB, BOOMS 7 AMD BoVKB
UITT KATIOVAL IUVK.
HAM.UEL 1'. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ortlco over First Nntloiul haul;, 3-Ii3iu
Uavbi T. Llnefir.
Johu, ,M, LaiiKlcn.
L1NEGAR A1 LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office on Seventh stteet, Winter' blotk
old ofllcs of l.'.ntKtir, Munn & Pope, 'MMd
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
im MMms tfef MsartMt lUatu
ElCttlr imath Shortest Boats
NO OUANOE OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
nitielnnati, i..lUnapol!s, Toledo,
Detroit, CleTtltnd, Niagara Falls
Uuflalo, I'ltlsbuis;. WuhlaatoD,
Baltlmnra, PhllariolphU, New fork,
Itoslon and all points ait.
Mllwauklo, Janassllle, ' Madison.
l.aOrosta, Bt. Paul and all points north.
Tina l aJsu tho onljillrfct rout to
fJacalur, DIoomlnlOD, Upringnld,
Porla, Oulner, Kisokuk,
IlurliDRtoo, Rock Iilsnd, L Balle,
Mandou, Illion, FrMpoit,
Oalaoa, Dubuque, Hioui oitt,
Omaha and alt points northwaat.
Elegant Drawing Room Sloopin? (Ja
On all Night Trains.
Baftage ChflkJ loalt Important points.
For tickets and information, appljr to I. C. P-.H
depot at alrot on board tno transit steamer tie
Iweau Columbus and .Cairo, and at the prlnclp.
railroad ticket nffleai throucbout the south.
W. p, J01IN9ON, oea'l Pus. Aa't, Chlcaio.
A. Mirrnrtt, Oen'l. Bup't. Chlaago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On andaftor Monday, April 24th, 1S7U
trains win run aa lotiows:
TasiM aoixo socTiejir,
Lease Vlrlnia. e.M a.
i.to a. a. -....1:11 p.m.
I0 " S:0(
lo & . e
Iare Pn... 4.CO a. m,......uJ.U , rn
Tatlorrll 4.19 ' .
ArriTe at Springfialda.n " ...e.00
Leave Spnmaeld.......i.t " S.10 "
arrive at vuginia...,.s.o " ...16 "
tiaiss ooik aertnuai,
Leave PJwood AAO a. tn. - 10.10 p,tr
Arrive at Shawneet'n .St ..... 5 li
BEAL BMTATB AGBMOB.
C. WINSTON ic CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (eSOOHIl TLOOB) OHIO LBYBB,
Hot and Sxll Real Kbtate,
FURNISH ARSTRAOTS OF T1TLR
And pcfare CornoiatcM ofEiuds!
John y. llanrun. C'hna, Thrupp
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
North Cor. ofOlu Bt. stssd Okie I.avre.
Abntracl" of Tltlo, Convevanclng made a
tpeclaltv. Real K-tato bought and cold.
K3-Taxei Paid, etc.
WM. GLENN 4 ""SON'S
HEAD QUAJtTEKS t'Ok UROCERIKS
COFFEE. Rin. Lnijuayra, Java, Hocba.
SUGAR, N. O., Hard dc Soft Roflned.
SYRUPS. New Orleanand Eastern.
WX MAKP. Sl'XCIALITIKH OK
o t ?: VU.i St. CISCIX.TA Tl
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
Limk, Cbiknt, l'LAsrtR, IIaib, Etc.
Nu,71. Ohio Levee.
I5T1 will tell tn ear load loU at manutac
turera' price, adding freight. 1-2-tt
or. Ktovssstls null roplarHl.,
Inlorms the public that ho has engaged the
services of a KIrM-dass Wagou Maker, and
aIo a First-class uorsu btiovr, ana is reau
to manufacture and repair all kinds of wor!
In this trade with neatness and sllspatcb,
o ro or ntita.
NEW YORK STOittf ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROHT VARISTT (TOOK IK TBI CITT
GOODS BOLD VBHY OLOSK.
Vmtr ml isaatoasatls mMmt sus
FIRE AND MARINE
OiaUAKlA, tt, T.,
HAMOVBB, If. Tn
taiaftttaS Til Ml Vi
Hircnt.tc, k. Y,,
Comprising tbc Underwriters' Anc j,
T0NEBR8, K. T.,
Aaseta 97s M
riRKUBM'B ruD, e. r.,
BOURtTT, K. T. MARIN f,
Htoras. Uwellinn. Furniture. HuUa and Ckr
goee, Inaured at rates Hfavoratleaa aeund, per
tnanent seenritr will warrant.
1 respeotfully aak of the oltlaensot Oa
hereof their patronage.
C. 9T. HUaHIKSt,
W. It, Moms,
H. II. Usxdrt
Wo.Ful.. and V.H.Cntn
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
A-.t. $S,M,VH 4
NORTH AMF.RICA, PA.,
Ai.u .... . .....ii,T.s.'o no
0-.t........ ......,.. ...$3,M4,10 :j
A-W... ............ .,.1,7S1,H H
INTERNATIONAL, S, T.,
A"t l,Ml,.S 1
A .(......................... 141973 tt
Ai.t5.... mns 49
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Allan. . I&OO.OOU
CONNEOTICCT MUTUAL. LIFK,
AIU..... S3O,0OO.0W 00
f RAVKLERa, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Aasete....M ll.W.ooo u
KAII.WAT PAaeENOKOB ABUitANCK
faee! ............. yw,W 04
Assets W,ttt 00
BAFFORD, MORRIS & UANDEE,
Tl kiss Iva
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CV.N-r'L.Oiricit, T2 "WAaniMOToKST.
This German Life Insurance Company
guarantee, not only Paid-up Pollclea but
alio a Value In Cflrli on the Non-forrolture
JOIIN A. HUCK, - - . President
U. KNORULfJDORF, - - - Bsicrotary
JOIIN W. PRUEbS,
Ascnt for Cairo aud vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insurance
and Mick Relief by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation In objects ol public benefit.
The Idle Insurance l'allcies will be Issued
by the Teuton! Life Insurance Company.
H. MKYKRB, President.
JOHN W. PRUKS, Ao't.
sadlv rarCaUroauad vtalsslty.
NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.
I'AID i'OI.HTY HOLDF.IW 20.0OO.sfOO,
Defdrei tho torvlces of an EFFICIENT
inrvTinr thta nlare and vlelnltv. 10 a
a aultablo pereon who will (althftilly davote
his full tlmo and talent" to tho duties or Its
agency, desirable terms, and a favorable op
portunity will bo ottered. Addresi, with
"".B.RKNNKIT. Oen'l Sup't..
3.2-12t Rox 63o, Chicago, 111.
liliMIS, JHtoWN & l'o.,
AUKNTrJ UOMU COTTON MlLLfl
NO. 80 Ohio Levee Cairo, llk
KlsSHIat ST., BT. COM. W"
tORWARUINO and COMMIPfllON
Ba" t'H a wrai.
DEALEKS IN FI OUR ;
Ind tu of
U10 aiVMU xtlh BAMAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
a jr )
FLOUR AND COUNTRY l'HODUOE
11. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DBAI.BX IN
ELA.1T. OATS, OOBN
CAIRO, - . . ILLINOIS
MILLER ft PARKER,
DEALER8 IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGKNTS fox PAIRD ANIL'S SCALES
Ohio Lave. CAIRO. ILI.INOIH.
J. M. PHILLIPS ft CO.,
(Hncceisor to E. h. Heolrieai Oo.)
Forwarding and CommisBion
aS Libera) A4va&oioeula made Ot
PB nfMB OorMlffBinente. EP
Arc prepared to receive, store aad forward
rretghU to all petals and bay sad
sell oa commleaiee,
ualaeae uUb4b4 to proraptlv;
JOHN . PHLLIB Ss, ON,
(Bueceasor to John D. Fhlllli.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &o.,
Cox. TKNTH-BT. and OHIO LBV
S. D. AYXBi. K. 3, AYXRS
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ono Lxybz, Cairo, Ills.
Met. SO 4Hia LEV BE.
3-20 tf. ' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & BRO.
eueral CobmImUr MwohsiU
181 0110 LITM,
Our Home AdTertliwi.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Fonnerlv Hwander. Intending? to remava
to Kentuekr. deslrea to dlsnote of her lart-e
and elegant ttock of
Immediately. In order to faellllUte the !
pf her Roodn, Mr, Jackson has determined
KNTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invite the Indies ot Cairo and vlr'ultv
to call on her ir they desire good bort.tn.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most ol them bitvlug been selected from
me lam iau njiop, nence uia uaiea nav
rare opportunity to purchase new and lash
ionablo millinery at cost price. The stoc
consist of hats ribbons, flowers, hosier
unurrwear. rtc., etc. ll-WU
Oo Elfbth Street, beiweea Comsaereial aad Wash
otoa Aveauee, Is dallr reeelvUf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATBBT BALL AND WIKTXI BTTLB
rletiitte a lull line of
BOlsTlsraS'TB Ac HATS
ITrimtneJ eod ontnmmedJI
KhENCU FLOWERS, R1DBO.N1, TtUMMINlM
of all kloJi, Laoea, etc., eto.
Mrs. MeOee baa alio a large aMoritaeat o
Paeer Artlele, sucb a
Aa4 all other article usually lenad la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINKRT STORK
Mrs. McOce. In addition to her stock ot
ancy and Millinery Ooods, has a flnaoat and
Fmplete aMortment of Cincinnati Custom
made ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Chil
dren Hoots, Itlack and in Color. Theso
areacknowledxcd to be the flne't and best
ever In the market, and this la the only
tho city that makes them a specialty
CHEAP GROOKRI XS
OBOOBBIB BITAILID AT WBOtBtALB
FBtCBS f OB CAIB.
AT H. O. TUIKLECKK'S STORK
WAIHIBOTON ATBVUX. BBTWBBX TBNTH
AND BLBVBNTH BTBBBT.
BC s. dbt Cuba Sugar for - - f i 0
91 u " 11 ... I 00
I) fts. A coffea Sugar, N. Y. Btd. - 1 00
4 Prima Rio Coffaa for - 1 00
Si " Choice . . 1 00
8 Old Government Java - - 1 00
Ttaa and other staple and fancy Groce
ries; equally as cheap.
Goods saw aad full waigbt given. Call
And Dealer In
VKOKTABLKS, KUUIT8, F.OG3, LAIIO
FIlEflll BUTTKR, KTC.
9AU Goods warranted fresh, aad told
the lowest price.
Corner 9th St. andCommerolalAve.
And buy your
BOOTS .ISTX) SH03CS
Car. Tasslh atsraat susat Casssuarclal A v.
I am now prepared to manufacture all
sprl styles, such as patent leather, niorroco,
buck and call-skin hootH, Shoes, with box
toes, cork and pump soles, Scotch bottoms,
and bevel edge or any other style you wish.
I am also manufacturing an extra quality
of ladles' khocs. My material aud work
manship are warranted to be ol the best. 1
am determined to not be undersold tor the
tame quality ol goods.
Repairing done neatly and on short
notice 11. Jombs.
t. D. at ATHCBS.. I. 0 .UBL
MATHUSS k UHL,
AM B) eUKMAIi
CommisbionMe no HANTS
IAY AND WE8TERN PRODUCE.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BITWIIS WAIH'W ATBNTJB AMD WALHU1
Dr. E. r. Fields laforaia toe publle that ha ha
L J V E R r STABLE,
on the northwest side of Tenth street aa aaae
His Btoble will We farnlshtd with none but the
AND GOOD VBHICLKS.
on the lowest veruu.
ahare of DUbUc patronage
.iTn -ndeavor to meril ll oy lair awut
and strict atfttaB to Ptw
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