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TMJt DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
- JefcaX. Oberly has reduced the subscrip
ttoa prlM erf the Wikxly Cairo IlutLrrnv
t Ou Ooaar per annum, nuking it tne
ekeapcet paper published In Southern Rllnole
T names of the congressmen who re
fuse the back (alary, are published by the
New York evenln? Tost' as the " white
TBI Arkansas legislature hat passod a
bill giving to male and female teachers
equal salaries for equal labor. The bill
le aeeiure of juttlee which few will die
approve. Oik. Hawlst, Republican, the Ant
aseeaberof congress who refuted the back
celery, wae elected by a majority of four
teen hundred at the election hit Tuesday;
i year ago hn majority wai six hundred.
Tai Kentucky public library gift con
cert hai been poitponed until the eighth
day of July next. Tho prltei nre all
cah and foot up five hundred tbouiand
dollars, all of which U depoilted In the
Farmer'i and Drover's bank In Louis
vllle, and li let apart lor the payment ef
the glfli to tho fortunato holderi who
ihall preient them aftor the drawing.
Toe heavy and , continuous rain itorm
of the early part of the week, swelled the
riven rapidly, and has caused antlclpa
tlons of floods and damage. Railroad
tracks in various directions bavo been
submergod, In sonio cases swept away in
places ; bridges uro under wator and land
slide have obstructed travel. Tho oxtent
of the damages and Hoods cannot lo de
At tho Connecticut election which oo
curred on Tuesday, Charlos R. Iogereoll,
Democratic candidate for governor, was
elected by a majority approximating six
thousand over the Republican candidate,
Henry P. Haven. Tho temperance candl
dato, Henry D. Smith, recoived two thou
sand votes. Gov. Jowell, present incum
bent, was elected over his Democratic op
ponent by h majority of one
housend eight hundred and ninety
one votes. In November lar', the ma
jority fcr Grant over Greeloy was four
thousand, six hundred and twenty-eight.
The remit of tho prosont con tor. Indicates
the growing weaknoss of tbu dominant
party. Credit Hobiller and like corrup
tlons exposod durlug the eestion of tho
last congress are having their legitimate
effect, shown in the loosening nf the
power of tho Radical party,-
THE HOUSE RAILROAD COMJIIT
TEK. The special committee appoint d to con
alder and report on tho sovcrkl railruad
bills teforo tbo gvncral assembly consists
of Messrs. Hart, Moffllt, Crawf jrd, Mul
vane, Johnston, Savage, Swan, -Scanlan,
Obcrly, Collins, McPhcrsor. Stroud
and Scott. So fur thore
has been four bills touching
the railroad difficulties, laid be
fore the general assembly; th-. Donahue
bill, the Dunham bill, tbo Cot uolly bill,
and the Uildrup bill. Each ono of these
has Its particular adherents, whose
leanings are caused by per
sonal friondliness fur tlm au
thor, or by the supposed mi 5 of the
bill. The feollnc enecndere-1 bv these
personal predlllctlons, not liss thnn the
real difficulty attending tho disposal of a
question which list Texed ho clear
est minds, hat caused iho do
lay of the general ' i nbly to
arrive at a decision. It It not v?uln that
the special commutes will tr.aoth the
way to a conclusion, thero Lolog the same
obstructions In Its path as In tint of the
assembly itself. If the c uimmittee
find It necessary t frame
a new bill to meet the case the same
causes will very probably conspire to em
barrass Its passage. Mtanwl.'ta the far
mers of tbe statu are chafing with Im
patience, and tbe tax-payers U.lre to tee
the adjournment of tbe prt'cnt Ingltla-
THE CIVIL SERVICK ilKFOUM
A8 APPLIED TO WOMEN.
I Washington Correspondence of the Courier
Journal. April 3.1
Tor several days the inquisition, or, In
ether words, the civll servico examination
bas been going ou. That thing will be the
death of some one yet tboro can not be u
aount, a young girl, who be been one
or tbe best and most valuable clerks in
tbe register's bureau determined to try
for promotion. For tbe past year her
health baa suffered from bard, work and
close confinement, yet after leaving the
oflce, Instead of resting and r xerciting,
a)M kas been cramming for this examine
Um. If, she hoped, her work wss not to
-U changed, she was to continue doing
what eh baa been doing for years,and any
aesteible pertou would suppose that tbe
way si wkleh she bad performed that work
wae Ike beet proof of her ability; but if
eh muU aswer all tbe queslloni they
svakad, Mi which are entirely irrelevant
'to hr werk, then the might receive all of
flM iMtoad of 900 a year. She on
MttBsUys)tiUd tie room nervous and ex
kesj. A Umm sheets of paper were
ivtw ktraadtf atier applloantt with the
startleM. f he was to write tbe answers
and when finished, about as many more
would be given. Bfco worked induitri
ctely, Mid while there the bleakness of
datknees came, and the retneeeben no
Nre. Bttchcaica are eot uncoasnpn, and
there l. a. "eofa In an adjotnw
reeui to which tho poor vlct til
wai carried, and they have kindly
promised that sho may, If she rocov
ori, como la again for examination. I
think tho board who concooted the means
whereby the clvll-iorvlce can be reformed
deservo nothing but execrations, for the
grossest Injustice is done by It. 1 horo aro
hundreds or ladlei whose works In the
departments have elicited praise; and yet
any girl fresh from nor books, If sbo
passes the necessary examination, recei ves
a twelve hundred dollar clerkship, while
tho one who Is compotont to do the work
and nas Decn laiiniui lor yenn ir .
down at $900. Long years of eorvlco and
the highest recommendation irom tne
heads of bureaus do not count for
anything except now and then,
when we hear tf a cafe
liko that of tho lady who is privoto sccrej
tary to Air. Commissioner Douglass, who
cut the wbolo thing. Inasmuch as tne
lady bolng a widow with four children tie
nundtnt unon her. and never bad any
great amount of book knowledge, ho took
the whnlo responsibility, and gives Lor
$1,400. I know a poor, dejected-looking
woman In tho treasury whose brulo of a
a husband went off tbreo years ago and
left his three children for her to support.
After the duties of tho office aro orir, sho
goes homo to sew and cook and look after
her childreu. Last week sho dropped
from bcr chair In tho oQlco as. though she
had been shot. The doctor pro
nounced It hard work, run down,
and a few innro names for
woinnu s vi j&kncn. In a fuw days she
.l l,. nU1.n.iHl. ll.n
physician sho neodod rest. Sho cannot
afford to rest. Now, I think It would
havo been moro creditable to congress
men to have increased thceo salaries than
filling their own pockets, as they did.
Women bavo waked up to tho gross in-
justlco that Is dono them, and tho pretty
little nction oi mnn scnivairy nas explo
ded, A department clerk may go off on a
ipree time and again, and It does not
cause a remark, but, If a woman Is sick n
few times, tbero aro murmurs oi com
plaint that thero Is always something tho
matter with these women. And yot, and
yot, thore Is not nn official who would
be witline to dlsnenso with them. In tho
lone run tuov are sicaaiur.
moro conscientious and bettor
workors than tho men. Vr'hon notlco
Is given that applications can bo (lied for
an examination by tho clvll-servlce board,
no ono Is allowed to divulco the secret ns
to what thoy aro to bo examined in, nor
aro thore who sro through ono day allowed
to speak to outsiders rs to tho nature of
the questions. After preparing, tho ap
plicants und that all tno inrormation tnoy
havo acaulrod is useless, for no nuostlon
boars upon the lessons they have learned.
I mav add that I havo beon told that no
one bas over yot answered all tho ques
tions propounded, it is n wreicneaiy
falso protensefor any kind of reformation,
and tbo sooner it is cried down the hotter.
I'ROSFjXCTCS FOB 187J. SIXTH TEAR
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, universally
aunutiea to ue tne uanasomesi rsnou
leal In the crld. A Representa
tive and Champion of Amer
t rr ! Its k s News Metre
NotWkthstandlne the lnereah: In the Dries
of subscription last fall, when thu Alillne as
sumed iu present nouie proporuons anu rep
resentative character, the edition will more
mats aouoio mo past year; proving mat tne
American nubile aoDrcclato u sincere ef
fort In the cause of Art. The publishers
anxious to justify the ready confidence thus
demonstrated, have exerted themselves to
the utmost to develop and Improve the
work : and the plans for the coining year,
as unfolded by the month ly issues, will as
lonuu anu ueugni eyen tne moat sanguine
friends of the Aldlne.
The Aldlne will reproduce examples of
the best foreign masters, selected with a
vIdw to tba lilehest artistic success, and
greatest general interest ; avoiding such as
have become familiar, through photograph,
or copies of any kind.
i tie quarterly imiea piaire iur iBiii, win
reproduce four of John a. Oavls' Inimitable
cmld-ekeiches, appropriato to tue four sea
sons. These plates, appearing In the Issues
for January, April, July, and October,
wonld be alone worth the price of a year's
PREMIUM CUKOMOS FOR 187 ).
Every subscriber to the Aldlne. whs p
In advance for the year 1873, will receive,
without additional chargo, a pair of beauti
ful oil chromos, after J, J. Hill, the eminent
English painter. Tho pictures, entitle-!
"The Village Belle," and Crossing tho
Moor," are 14x20 Inches -are printed from
23 different plates, requiring 25 Impressions
and tints to perfect each picture. Tho iame
chromos are sold for 30 per pair, In the art
stores. As It is the determination of It con
ductors te keep the Aldlne out of the reach
ot competition In every department, tho
chromos will lie found ahead of any that
can be offered by other periodicals. Every
ubseribtr will receive accrtlllcate. over tho
signature of tbe publishers, iruaranteclng'
that tbe chromos uellvered shall be equal to
the samples lurnisueu tue ageut,
or the tnonoy will ho refunded.
The distribution of pictures or this grades
rva to the subscribers to a Ave dollar nerl.
odlcal, will mark an epoch in tbo h!tory ol
Art and. considering the unprecedented
cheapness of the price for fhe Aldlne Itself,
Uie tnanci is us uiue euon oi mnacir,
even to those best acquainted witu tne
achievements of inventive renlus and Im
proved mecnaulcai appliances, (for illus
trations of these ehrome, see November Is
sue or tne Aiuiue.)
THE Ll l r.ltAlll'lJKl ARI Hh..1 T
will continue under the care of Mr. Richard
Henry Htoddard, assisted by the best writers
and poets ot tue day, wbo will strlts to bare
the literature of the Aldlne always lo ketp-
ug wuu in ju iiruc iukuvu.
ti ter anuui. In advance, with OU Chre
The Aldlne will, beretfter, be. ebtalaabls
onlv bv subscription. Tbero will be no re
duced or club rate ; cash for subscriptions
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ded to the local sxent without responsibility
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Any person wishing to act permanently cs
a local agent, win receive iuii anu prompt in
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W Maden Lane New York
CAJ RO CITY COAL
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PirrSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OO A T i.
ORDKIU left at llaUlday llros. oClce, 7
oaio LKVKX, or at tho Coal Yard below the
fit. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tuo "Moxtack" will bring coal
atnntde to ateamere at any hour.
81 000 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd mas wbo can do business
en the quiet, I guarantee an Immense Por
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Address in perfect confidence,
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1HE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY,
JMU.IAKO SALOO AN HAlt-
JOHN M ATKH, I'roprlelar.
! Oninifiri! Artnut, PAIttlt, II, I. IV'.
ltl urMi.1 of t'llfv CtKr iu ro.mJ,
1HI.L1AK1) caloon furnished vnllt the best !
of tables sand bar supplied with wlno,llqiiorr
ana wears or tneaen prap'i".
(Optn Day end NI((ht.)
J. 12. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th andtli street,
.UKAL ATA LI, HOURS.
A line now Dlutns Hall with every con.
venlcnco has been added to this popular
Restaurant, and the guests will find every
requisite lor their accomodation.
TUK RILL OF FARE
conslnM of every tubstanltsl and delicacy ol
in upplled wlththr j
CHOICEST LIQI'ORS.WINES & CIGARS
taTMIxed tlrlnki prepared with euro.
No. I'M Com w incur. Avr.Ntrr
French, Scotch oud Auericau csuliuele
of all colors, and beaver and brosd cloths
CONSTANTLY ON IIAND,
And niide up In the-
LATEST BTYIiG, .
Alid at tho lowent price. A llue lltaud lint
clasi work guaranteed. Sntlfctlo In all re
WM. GLENN At SON'S
HEAD Q U ARTE IW FOR aROCF.RIES
COFFEE. Rio. Laguuyra, Java, Mocha.
8UGaB, -N. ()., Hard k Soft Refined.
SYRUP.S. ew Orleans and Eastern.
SVK MAKK 81'ECIAMTIEIS OK
o 1 7 vu,m c.vc.VAun
GKNKfiAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in I
Lime, Oxmknt, 1'i.AnTxa, Haik, Kic:
iK, Obits Level..
J tt lU ell in car load lots at luauuluc
turers' prices, adding freight. 1-2-lt
dp:mis, brown a- CO.,
liA.J XI Ai U r AJ 1 U XJA0
Aojinis Hour. Cotton Mill?
NO. 60 Ohio Ltree. Cairo. Ills.
g. p. MATituss.. a. o .nut
MATHUSS A UUL,
COMM 1 8 8 I ON M R R C HANTS
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW4-
CAIIIO, ILLINOIS. (
UmceoverKlrttNatlonalbauk. S-lcJ-3m i
GREEN & OILBEHT,
OOUN8KLORS AT LAW,
Wilhtm 11 flllbf r
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PITT MATtOWAL HASIg.
" 5AMUEL V. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LA W
pftee ever first JUUenol baas. 8-lMa I
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS.
roB trk fRnMAXisT ctm or
CHILLS AND FEVER, DUMB AUUfc
OR ANT FORM OF INTERMIT
THE OHKATKST D1SC0VEHY 0 THE
Tlieie ere no dltees to debilitating In
their effects upon tho constitution ra the
above, and none more difficult to cure by
the usual mode of practice, The Fever ami
Ague Powders wiu effect a cure 4n cases ol
the longest standing ai well ainrovo a pre
ventive In the forming stages of tbe diseased
Being purely vegetable, they act with cer
ta.nty on the disease, totally eradicating It
from the system, and prevent a return at
any future period.
Why waste your money and health In try
ing every medicine you hear of, when
Thompson's Fever and Ague Powders have
never failed to cure the Chills in any case.
REASONS WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
Their reputation Is established. Thou
sands of testimonials have been received,
showing that these powders have perlormeu
miracles In curing rases cf longstanding,
many of them considered hopeless.
There is no risk In taking them. They
contain uothing injurious, and, tberetorc,
nono ot tho lingering diseases so often the
result of the many nostrums of the day.
Physicians recommend them as superior to
mtinlno or any other known remedy, lor
they leave the srttem In n healthy state, and
the patient beyond the probability of a re-
Beware of counterfeits The
genuine are put up In square tin boxes, with
THOMPSON'S FEVER AND AGUE POW
DERS stamped on the lid, and tho signature
oi Tnoxpfox ft Crawford on the mapper.
n oiners can possiDiy oe genuine.
TnSOLCA.T EXTERNA L BKMXDT OR
RHKUMATISM, X K UK A L .
QI A, SPRAINS, F.TC,
' G O O 1) rOS UAX OK H. AS7
. This liniment hns earned for itself a repu-
applications. 3tTThousinds who now sul
icr irom rncumaiism, neuraiiria, etc., vrcAii
find Immediate relief Irom all pain by usle
this certain remedy. It I' equally effectu
lUbUlfftUUIUlfKIIU.) illlllCH Ul (llO
sore throat, swellings, Inflamatlons, frosf
bites, pains tn the side, or back, bites of spl
lers or stings of Insects.
Ono rubbing will In all cases gite immedi
ate reucr, anu a tew applications complete
On account of its powerful penetrating
propcroc u is uryonuuouoi me surest rem
edy for the most troublesome diseases to
which horses and cattle are liable. It cures
scratches, old and fresh cuts or sores, chafes
produced by the collar or -saddles, Injuries
caused by nstls or splints entering the flesh
or hoofs, bruises, sprains, sweeuey, spavia
thrush, and all diseases which dentrny the
hoofs or bones of the feet.
gJTKull directions accompany each bot
tle The above are prepared onlyy
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And told by storekeepers generally through
out the country. 1-20 It d-e-w
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FIIOII CAIHO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY' ONE CHANGE OT OARS
OM CAIRO TO
OIdcIiibkiI, illsospolU, T.ill,
Detroit, ClsTMand, Nlmr Kill,
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Baltlmurc, rhlladolphU, X Yflik.
Hcjton and all poinit tut.
Mllwsukls, JsneiTiUe, Mvllioo,
LsCrotit, bt. I'aul and all points north.
1hi l olio ths only direct rnuts to
Ufcstur, nioomiagton, Hprmelil,
I'forii, Uuincy, lienkuk,
Burlington, Rock blind, La Ball.
M.mdou, bixon, Fresport,
Ot!n, Uubnqae, Hioai Oltj,
j Eleirant Drawing Room Slooplng (''
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HPt alro; o board tne transit etesmer be
I tWMU colnmbus snd Cslro, and at In. prlncipa
rilr04 1 ilekst o01e throughout the sftutli.
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1 A. MiTrau,, Gsn'l. Mup't. Chlesgo.
J. JOHNSON, Apt, Cairo.
(SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. It,
! On ind aftor Monday, April 24th, 1971!
trains will run as follows :
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0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SKCOXD 7 LOOK) OHIO LRVgft,
OA WO, !LU1
Hoy anu Hxll Real Esvatk,
I PAY. TAXES,
J I'URNIHU ABSTRACTS OF TITLK
Ana n,tr CoDtsyauts ofKio ii;
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JOHN Q. IIARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Morlli Oi.r. oftU at, ts4 Oklss Lores.
Abstracts of Title, Conveyancing inide a
neelalty. Heal Ktlate bought and sold.
Mr Teles Paid, te.
APRIL 10, 1873.
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. A. UNNIN(T7lAM, !
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DEALERS IN FLOUR, COHN
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freights to oil saints ami buy anu
11 sn eommlssmc,
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OF oniOAOO, ILLINOIS.
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This German Life Ink'.inince Company
tpiarantees not only I'ald-up i'ollclcs but
also a Value In Cash on the Nen-forfeltiire
JOHN A. IIUOK. - - .- President
U. KNOHKLSDORF, - - - tionrotnry '
JOn.N S. l'RUES3.
ltfunt for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. .
Association for promoting Ltfo Insurance
and Hick Relief by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation In objects ol public beticht.
Tho Llle Iusuranco I'ollclcs will be Issued
by the Teutonla Llfo Insurance Company.
n. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRtfESS, Ao'T.
tSdlr forCIrunU vlelBlljr.
HY LAND & SAlJElT,
AKll UEALBKS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th street and Coinmcrclul avenue
next door to the Uyland mIoiiii.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DCAI.KK IN
KtoiiTU Stxmit, Bxtwci.v Wabhikotos
AND COMUIR(JIAl AvKNUBB,
. AUoleUsssj lCIeaio. ntid Utusi'a i
I Rasp the best or Bttl, I i, Mutton Veal. I
Lamb, Stuttgs. eto todari ,.eptrd to ttrre
I eltissas In the most awsntal. u uanatr,
,. . . . I
JAMES KYNABTON, I
IJUflJtUK AND DjtALXIl IN AH, KlNJit OT '
trDflNr.lt NlNITKNTIt ANIi I'ori,4K BT..
Uuye and slaughters only tbe best eat lie,
hogs and sheep, and is prepared to 011 any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
tea thousand pounds,
Our Home Advertiser! .
SELLING OFF AT COST
MHS. MAHOAHET JACKSON
Formerly Swnnder, Intetidlnjf to rernovr
to Kentucky, desire to dlpose of hsr Isrce
and elegant stock of
Immediately. In order to fnclllltate the sal
pi her goods, Mrs. Jackson has determined
to oiler the
KNTIRK STOCK AT COST
And Invites tlm ladies of Cairo and e rty
MrjMkW ,Uy 'lte 800,1
GOODS AMU ALL NEW
Tlio iiio'tril thcin hnvlnir been selected from
tho lato frtll style, henci tho ladles liivo
raro opportunity to purchase new and lth
lonable millinery ut cost price. The sto"
consists or habs ribbons, llowcrn, hosier
ladles underwear, etc., etc. 11-SOtt
M US. MoG E E, .
latPii AniM, I, .) rrclrlac
NEW M I LMNEHY i,OOI
t-iTHT FALL A-l WIKTCtt HTTLC
rli tll liar of
i-oxtr.K're & hats
I lri!tmi tad unlrimmed,
t-hrNtM KLtlWSf.l. UIIlBUNrJ, TltiilVlN.i
of tit kloil, I.an. etc., etc.
Mir. Mclrt h lo ltrg Klorlm' ,
Trnt'i Atliiiet, such ti
NK.OK TLX O'LI.ARH. UNfiEhHLKKVBJ
And til ethrrtrticlrt umtllr toand la
FIK5T-CLAS3 MILLINERY STORK
Mrs. IcOce. In addition to hrr Htock ol
auay and Mil llncry Ooods. has a flneone and
I mrilctc asKortment of Cincinnati Cutom
made Ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Chll
dren' Roots, lllack and in Colors. These
aroacknowledscd to be tho Unest and best
ever tn the market, and this Is the only
the city that makes them a specialty
R RT A I L GHOCE K
I VKOKTARLRS, FRUIT3. KOdS, LAltl
r Jtjuii ln l irJlf r.ru.
S3TAU(loods warranted fresh, and o!i
the lowest prices
Corner Oth HL andCominerclalAve
And buy your
BOOTS .3ST3D 8HOB6
, (nr.Temti il rot unit Coininarclul A,
I am now prepared to manufatliiro all
Minns styles, such as patent leather, morroco.
buck uml call-skin boots. Shoes, wlih box
j toes, cork and pump soles, Scotch bottoms,
und bevel cdjo or any other style you wMi.
i am nun inamimeiiirim; nn extra nuallly
of ladles sl)oc. My material nnd worK
manshlp arc warranted to bo olthobc-t. I
nm determined to not bo undonold lor the
name quality ol (joods.
Repairing dono neatly nnd on short
notice it. Jones.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
' TENTn STREET,
lIKTVflttN WASn N AVENUK ANU W.4I.NU1
lr, n. V, fltM Inforrui tnu -ublio Hut b h-i
I, I V E It V S T A It It E,
on the norlhvrcit mJo of Tenth street nt Dime
nit B'f.tlet will b furnitlifd. Willi nrnin It.i ll,
ANl) GOOD VEUIOLEH.
ami tho public may be accommodated at !
hours of tho day und night with Fufe tuaint
on the lowest terms.
Ur. Fields asks a slwro of public patrousie
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealing;
I and w
etrlct attention to busl
disy Matlownl asisstk Ilnlldlssa:.
Da.ei.ecitd alteDtloa rata teoriltrs tram ttettn
toU nlbt or fUv
list now on hand all kinds ol
DRY CORD AD STOVE WOOD
for sale. Leave orders at
WM. KLUGE'B 6TORE,
Comer Sixth aid Commercial,
Or .teewerofTweHth aid Poplar