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TEEM Or THB DAILY BULLETIN
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! DOLLAR WKKKLT BULLJCTLN
' Joka IL Obertir hat reduced Us subserlp-
ttia prior of Us Wbbsxy Cairo ButlBrra
t OM IXhht par annua, muiif
eheepeet paper BublUliidlnSotsUeni nUaol
PaiaiotNT Obaxt will Wilt St. Louis'
the lattar part of tba month. Next weak,
fa goat to Connecticut to attend" the re
union of the army of the Potomac, and n
the tcntb of Hay be will riiit Richmond.
Mim NilLII Gbast and Tom Mur
phy, Jr., are to be married, taji Washing
ton goiiip. If tba Cincinnati 'Commer
cial' la -right la lu Mtloaata r Murphy,
Sen, hit ion wilt get a mora estimable
father-in-law than Mies Grant will
Altrouor the Illlnoti legislature may
baa little alow la grappling wltk tba
railroad queition, it it gratifying to know
that auch Journale aa tba Fbiladelphla
'Praei' regardi "Iillnoli at the only one of
the great itataa in which the lagtilature
thii Tear U not corrupt or imbecile."
Qbiit expectations ware entertained
concerning tba administration of Fresl
dent Grant, ezpectioni sot confined en
tirely to the preildenl'i political or par
aonal friend. Xboy ware iharad to a
large extent by those who had been strong
)y oppoeed to hit re-election. The r.lr
cuaitancai of bit reflection the oppor
tunltlea placed before blm to make a pop
ular administration were thought too pal
pable and too noble to be resisted or dis
regarded by any nan occupying tba posi
tion of president of the
United States. Scarcely half
year has elapsed since the triumphant
re-election of Grant, and barely a month
since bis last inauguration ; the words of
prabe from his supporters and the silence
of the opposition who were waiting in the
Tain hope that the president would gire
them an opportunity to justify their expec
tations, hare .changed to Tery outspoken
discontent. Many of the president's late
appointments are so thoroughly at rari
ance with the rulea of the ciril-senrice re
form which he pledged himself to ob
serve, that Win lines to the fact can no Ion
ger be feigned by bis mast strenuoua sup
porters. The letter of George Wm. Cur
tls, resigning his position on the ciril-ssr
vice board gives the reason with no su
pcrflaous words or softening excuses.
The New York 'Nation Journal
which advocated Gen. Grant's re-election
with distinguished ability, recently said:
"The trouble with Geo. Grant is that he
dses not understand what civil-service
' reform, or rtform of any kind, means."
In the steps of the 'Nation' follow other
Jealous supporters of tba president la the
last campaign, who could calmly tolerate
blunders and violations of tba civil ser
vice rules, but which impatiently question
the propriety tln the president of giving
tba Ear. Dr. Nowman afraa trio "around
"the world, at the government's expense,
"undor the guise of roving commission
"to examine our diplomatic sort ice." This
straw which break the camel's back,
however, Is tba "report that be la allowed
a clerk, M. F. Newman, who also draws
'a salary, and that laid clerk of the uncer
'Uia Initials U Dr. Newmans wife I Such
'a combined result of presidential amia
'bllity and ministerial cheek would be too
'muck for anything merely American and
This Is from the Keokuk 'Gate City,1
which once law do flaw in President
Grant. A truly remarkable change of
sentiment toward him baa exhibited itself
in the short space which has elapsed since
THE BEUttUT OF TOM MUR
From t be Cincinnati Oonunerelel.t
Some people, wbo uaar or read 01 tba
way 'lorn Murphy busses tba political
busineaa oi Mew York, are doubtless at a
lots to understand the secret of bis power
a power mors formidable than even
mat wnicn wai wieiaea by Uoss Tweed,
llara It a. mart. rMd.far-ari innk.nm.rl
dull-eyed, thick-set man of illy, Ignorant
as a boor, stolid in his ways, low in his
, morals, without intellectual parts or avan
aljurant mannara. Ha hnMa nn ifft.
never held any except that of collector.
wnicn be resigned after a snort ex peri
enceoi is. xet ne controia tne jtepubl
caa party In the leadioar state of th
union. Ills word la law to a whole mob
of politicians, lie puis bimielf at the
ueaa or "ring" to plunder the richest
city or America, lie goes to Albanj
aim nuai wuai no uicaiw WHO in leglsla
I mra. a uuui ana a Dill passes
t winks and a bill doesn't pus. II
aays whom be wishes for speaker, and the
pan ran j rouuu on man, ana all tne led'
eras tnacBinery in me state Is seen at th
law'SDsci, lie takes to the lee slatura
i new eaarter lor tne cit
hien to carry out bis schemes. lit carries
I! i httklsHUB tba aaaembly. even aval nit th.
rWSMeat sf the powerful "committee of
f.TfweUB'r vaicsi sa an agao toe great pollt
juxajaaaawBawespw swvuiiswow vi iaas year.
AL-attuk. tat ia tisae ia tha state senate whli
Lkiatavwaaaaeeet at Washinetoo, but when I
Vy iaBBfHNIItW MIN MBHiiurna
upla Iht iMNiM tow Mel .bat nest be rt
I si- M e-f Aa.-.-j....
were) arefjallaaT arsia4 Uam, tae result was
jaaailjr asreiaaA. jnm eaa aa aaaairabie
aiaUiaaaaV MeeeapliafceaJ aeaelar. earnest
.BOlrtleel feisiswier. aa lawaaat srieaa or
" WI1IU ViMla -aa'auaanau
JgewAK fsawej.Mrpy laljki
' aaa.J. iA La aa Car
et the greeeakeeaeef
syees it n
una boee I
ah. 'and Bulls tae
i or an sew goo
HoeDfarphy feed, that
The secret of UU curleui lUU of things
liei in the fact that ti rant has glran-Mur-phy
Immediate control of Ue Tart ''
aires age of the state of New York.
Iran Senator Conkllng, wbo Is great
lltkler for things, has, lor reeione, trans
tef red nearly allhli prlvllegea in this mat
ter ta Murphy. "Murphy waa a shoddy
contractor for the army of the Potomac
during the war, and at that time, by some
meant or other. 'acquired aa extraordinary
Influence over Grant, and became a great
r.mriLa lth him. "When Grant became
president he offered Murphy anything be
wished; and 'Murphy took the fattest of
fice that ailsta under the srovemment, the
collectorship of the port of New York,
The collector there generally runs the po
litical machine, and manages the party's
interests eed be ia helped in this work
by the fact that he has at his disposal.
something like a thousand profitable and
pleasant plaeee which are eagerly
sousbt for by the working politicians
of the city and state. Mur
phy held the place for less than two yean,
but durlnr that time he had proved him
self a particularly serviceable man to
urani ana bis administration in a great
variety of wayi. wnea aurpny was
rorcea to reeign, owing to sne scanaais oi
all oficlal career, be held in his bands all
the wirea which lie had pulled In the ser
vice) of urani: aao. as eeana urani caa
grown thicker than ever, Grant gave him
me run of the federal patronage of the
state. Ai collector be bad merely bad the
custom-buuse. but thia was a small thine!
compared with what he had now got hold
of, which included the aurteyurs office,
the internal revenue offices, the post-office,
the sub-treasurer's office, and numer
ous other departments oi public service.
iiurpny, in fact, naa too running oi me
machine. He could give place! to all his
frienda and tools ia proportion to their
value, whoever wanted anytnmg caa to
ask him tor It- Wboever wished to do
anything had to ask him about it. In
ibis country party interests are largely
managed by office-holders, Tbey work
up tnioga in their wards by dis
trict, and as they have particular reasons
for working harder than anybody else,
and their experience and position, enable
them to manage a trine better loan most
otner people, tney easwy get ma ieaaer
ship. Hence a man wbo can manage the
managers, who can make and unmake office-holders
in a state like New York, Is
sura to become the controlling power In
politics. It was Tom Jturpoy s iuck to
become "Dose in mis way mrvugn me
particular favor ef Grant' Murphy knows
wbat he la about ia tba exercise of his
powers. He can. at the same time, serve
Grant, help Conkllng, and take care of
btmseir. uecan inane on onesiaeoi nis
face, or on both aldoa at once. He got bis
principal admirer appointed his successor
in the custom-house; and later bo has had
at his disposal a windfall of big places, in
cluding the survevorsbip, postmasterahlp,
ana mirsnaisaip oi .nw tun, an m
which fell to men wbo -anew aturpny.-
It is ea'y, under the circumstances,
for Murphy to put nimseii at
the head of a municipal "ring." It Is
easy for him to appear as a great political
leader, wntee words are the voice of tee
party. It Is easy fcr him to work upon
the legislature. There are two or three
waya ot working on it. m tee nrti piece
there are said to be a good many mem
bers who can be influenced by the patron
age which Hurpby feu at mi disposal
In the second place there are snaoy wbo
can be influenced by the "demands of the
party'' which Murphy represents, and by
the party pressure which 3lurpby can
prior to pear, in tne mira piece mere
are many who are influenced by the ne
cessity or securing the party lupport, to
wn: Murphy's support in thstr district
in tne next election, ana wno Know met
Murphy can hurt them through tools In
mce, and who consequently uisiiae to or-
fend Marphy, and thus injure the "party.''
It is a complicated business, this; but the
attentive reader will see how everything,
when traced back to the starting point,
hangs on the fact that Murphy manages
the federal patronage.
Murpny nas Dean using mis patronage
to cut himself at the bead of the new mu
nicipal ring of plunderers, ue is not sat
isfied with federal De'.ronasa. There is
tea times as much to be made out of munici
pal catronare. u Tweed. Murpby'a old
friend, has shown. Grant hu been told
of Murpby'a scheme, and baa got warn-
ine- of tha way Murphy ti working tbtngi
Tha committee of seventy have utterred
their protest; the reform mayor hu done
the lame thing; so has the philanthro
pist, rater Uooper; so nave tne aoieei
nawsnatiara in New fork. But Grant
can't tear himself away from Murphy,
This devotion or ureal to aaurpny, ai
the expense ofeverybody else, end to the
disgrace or politics ana tne aemaea oi ma
public service, ii a queer piece or Business,
which dsi never oeenpropeny expiameo
NEW YORK BTOxiE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
.AMBIT TAUITT HOOK TBI 01TT
GOODS SOLD VERY OLOBI.
Ceraer'er sslmeteewtls atreeS assel One
0. O. PAT1KU
Cm Kiev calk asset rlarRla,.
Inlorms the publio that he bas engsed the
sen Icti of a First-class Wagou Maker, and
also a First-class Horse 8hoer. and Is resdy
to manufacture and repair!! kinds of work
ii idis iraewim ne aineas aao unnaicu,
SlOatTN Si., BT.COM. WAtaL,
OA! BO, IX1XOIS,
av wrmj " van
tMk wchRait. tl
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLET!, FRIDAY,
SALOON AND BAB
J SHU aTM. Vftfm.
t0 OoBBteraial Annus, CAIRO, 1 LUNOle
Saat brana ef Oallfo oi (nn raethtJt
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the best
oftabiee s and bar supplied with wines, liquors
ana cifersonoeneei oran'i.
(Open Day and Night)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and;eth meets,
MEAU ATALL HOURS,
A fine new OlnlnE Hall with every con
venlence hibeen added to this popular
iiesiaurani, ana ine guests wui una every
requwie lor uieiraccomouauon.
T11E DILL Of FARE
eoaslsts of every substantial and delicacy oi
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES & CIGARS
gar Mixed drinks prepared with care.
No. 104 Couuxrcial Atesde,
French, Scotch and American cauiinete '
of all colors, and beaver and broad cloths
COKSTANTLT OS HAND,
And made up in the
And at the lowest price. A fine Stand nrt
class work guaranteed. Sstiitaetio In all re
WM. GLE.NX A SON'S
HEAD QUARTERS F0ROR0CERIES
COFFEE. Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR, N. O Hard A Soft Refined.
SYRUPS. .Sew Orleans and Eastern.
WB MAKX SPBCULITIE8 OP
.A. IT ID CIOAES.
o it rru st. c.vc.v.v.4 n
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
LlMK, ClMXST, PLA9TXK, HaiB, ETC.
gari will sell In car load loU at manulac
turcrs prices, adding freight. 4-2-tt
BEillS, BROWN & CO.,
Aoxnts Home Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
tv. ti, mathUm..
' MATHUSS & UHL,
IAT AND WESTERN PRODUCE
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW1
Office over First National bank. 810-3m
GREEN A GILBERT,
OODNSKLOR8 AT LAW,
art, J CAIRO, IU.IHOIH,
William B OUban
oaeuL attaatioa alsea le AdaalraltT aad
OPFIOI OHIO LBTgg, ROOM! 1 AVO 8 0TBB
OITT VATIOWAL BANK.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OBe otst Flrtt National tsuk. 8.1Mb
Foreign Adrertiit mentt.
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
roa ra fisji AMnfT trtrfti or
CHILLS A!fD FETEK, ftl'MI 1UUI
OB ART FOKS Or I.1TEKUT
THE GREATEST DISCOVERT OF THE
There are no diseaaei ae debilitating la
meir enects upon me constitution ra me
above, ana none more eimcuii te cure dv
the usual mode of practice, The fever and
Ague Powders will effect a cure In caaea el
the lona-est standing aa well as prove a pre
ventive In the formloe states of the dlaeaaed
lielng purely vegetable, tbey act with car
ta. ntr on the disease, totally eradicating it
from the system, and prevent a return at
any future period.
Why waste your money and health la try
ing every medicine you. hear of, when
Thompson's Fever and Ague Powders have
never faiiea to cura tne cuius in any caae.
REASONS WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
Their reputation ia established. Thou
as u via vi e; ktsaav ujssasv Manic w van i c wit SHi
showing that these powders have performed
muscles in curing cues of long standing,
many of them considered hopeless.
There is no risk In taklne them. Thev
contain nothing injurious, and, therelore,
none of the Uuring diseases so often the
i'byslclans recommend them aa superior
Quinine or any other known remedy.
reault or Uie many nostrums or the day.
they leave the ststem In a healthy state, and
the patient beyond toe probability of a re
liEWAIlE OF COUNTERFEITS The
genuine are put up In square tin boxes, with
THOMl'SON'S FEVER AND AGUE POW
UEIW stamped on the lid, and tha signature
ol Thompson A Crawford on tha wrapper.
.So others can possibly be genuine.
TOEdkCAT EXTEIV A L BIUIDT FOB
OI A, SPRAINS, ETC.,
0 0 0D TOR UA.V OR XJLS1
This llnltnent hu earned for Itself a repu
tation unequalled In the history of external
I annlicatluni. r-aVThouundi who now suf-
fer from rheunuUim. neuralgia, etc., wUd
una immeuuie reuei irom au pain oy uunc
, this certain remedy. It Is equally effectual
I sore throst, swelling, inflamations, frosJ
1 bites, pains tn the slae, or back, bites of spi
' ten or stinn of Insects.
, One nibbinewlll in all eases ghe immedl
, ate relief, and a few applications complete
On account of Its powerful penetrating
nronertlet It U berond doubt the lure it rem.
e.Jy for the mott troubleiouje discaws to
which horses and cattle are liable. It cures
icoicurp, uiu Mfl cu I.UI.UI Fvtvv. vtca
produced by the collar or saddles, injuries
caused by nails or splints entering the flesh
or hoofs, bruise, sprslns, sweeney, spavin
tbrutb, and all diseases which destroy the
hoofs or bones of the feet.
t3KulI directions accompany esch bot
tle. The above are prepared only by
CRAWFORD & KOBK9,
111 Market Street, Philadelphia,
And sold by storekeepers generally through
out the country. . l.tc It d-e-w
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IBS) Mil as Ska Bfcerteat BtoaSe
Kfgntr BTUea she Baartaat Beate
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CRANOB OP CABS
OM CAIRO TO
CfBelanaU. i tlanaoolta. Tolada.
wWiroii, uiTuaa, niaaan raua
unnuo, ruiaoaiK. waaiuaaOB
naitimora, -rniiaaaipDia, new lore.
bos.ob au aii poiate seat.
uuroata, oi. raui ana aii piois iwnot-w
This Is alsa lbs only elraet roala to
Deeater. BleomUurloa. BoriBl4.
rtorla, Qulocr, Kackuk,
rjuriiDgua, mocm uiasa, ia nana,
Meodota, 1)1 o a, Praaaorl,
Oslaoa, Dubuqua, Hioaa Oily,
uaana aaa au poiaie aorinvan.
Elegant Drawing Boom Sleeping Gat
un an nigni Trains.
Bstgage Checked to all Inportaat polsta.
For llekata and information, anslr to I. C. B.R
dapot t alro; oa soard Ine trassii tlaamar be
tfwu Cotumboa and Cairo, and at toe prlaclpa
raiiroa j ucaai uiacaa inroHHQuat utm aaain.
W. P. JOUN40N. Oaa'l Faas. Ag't, Ooloato.
A. Mitcasii, Oen'l. Hup'l. Cbtssgo,
. J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
oOUTHEASTSRN' R. R.
Oa and after Monday, April lath, 1872
tralni will run as follows :
tauvs eons savrastn.
Ltave VlrilDia- I:S0 a. ta.........l:Sa a.m.
,' TarlorTllla m. 10 1 . e
arrlTaatPaaa .. 11. SS S.IT
Lease Psna .... 4.00 a. m J.M a. m.
TalorTUIa....4.40 .....4.l "
Srrlta at SpnniUaldS.M .......S.OO
Arris al Viiiinia...
mm aoiss sacraatsT,
Lease E.lrwood .5.J0a. m. .t0.10 a,o-
riara..- 1,1 t. . u,4o
arris at Bhawoiafn .11 I It
BKAt, RaSTATB AUBJIC1.
0. WINSTON 4 CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (iscokd iloob) orw lbtrr,
But and Sill Rial Ebtatb,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLB
Aad - Coat Sfaaea ofElsis!
John Q. Haraan. Chaa. Tkrupp.
JOHN Q. HARMAN k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
CONVEY AN ORBS.
Nana car. eria) Bl. aus4 hta LeTea.
AbstracU of Title, OMmaRiiRg Rude a
ipcisity. Real Estate beuxut ud seld.
UTtaxii FaW, etc.
AMUL 11, itft.
,BmbW A4rerti bhiU.
-aarl-' i' ' aT!MBw
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FIOUR ;
4a agaau ef
f 0 aUTM AKD KAVAWaU
70 Ohio Lbtib,
COFFEY, PACE A CO.,
a ! d
FLOUB A.NI) COUNTRY PRODUCE
K. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
ASS DBALSB OS
H-A.Y, OAT8 OOBK
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, - - . ILLINOIS
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUB. CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS tea VAIBBANK'B SCALB8
Ohio Lstss. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Sooosaeoie s X. B. Readrleaa a Co.)
Forwarding and CommiiiioD
agaaaa Llkeial IdTaateesaaau saaae
awaaaa opoa Ceaalgasaaata.
Are areeer4 to seeals. esare aad lorward
rreianss so aii aeuie aaa nop aaa
sell ob oossBUsaiea,
tarBoaiaaea altaadad le arosapUy;
JOHN B. PHLLIB k SON,
(uoaassors to ieho B. Phlllls,)
DEALERS IN HAT, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal. Bran, tfce.,
Cob. TSNTH-BT. and OHIO LEVE
8 . D. AYBB. R. J. AYRR9
AYERS k CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Oaio Litii, Cairo, Iuj.
Ma. ae Mie) ebtkb,
3-30 tf. CAIBO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD BITTENHOUdK k BBO.
neral ConalailoQ WerckBt
FIRE AKD MARINE
aamauvia, a. r.,
lanevRa, . t.
karvauc, w. r.
aaaeie... i ......HM..T1s.sal en
Oasaarlaiag Um Ualarwr! tars' aaaasy,
niuu'i vtns, a.
acuBiTr, v. r. at amub,
SHoraa. Dwalllaa. Vuraliara. MoilM asal Oar
Bwe, laaurad as rata aa Isvpraeie aa aeaad, ptr
' mviii, wm warraau
I raaaealMUr aak of She ettiaaaaaf Oa
! . at. Mam.,
. K. Caaaas
FIRE, BULL. CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Jiwiuma i; lure,
aaaaaiaaass a aae f&t4&t$f)l
KORThT AMERICA, PA.,
. ta,MS,su ts
aals.....-.... ..... .41.TSl,lS M
INTERNATIONAL, !. T.,
iiaata 41JaS,iaS 1
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BOMB, COLUMBCf ,
iMata IU4.I71 SI
AMBRICAB CENTRA L, UO..
Aseets...... .ses,ose o
ONNsWTlOOT MUTUAL, UFB.
TRAVEL EM', BARTPORO, UPE AND
sets t4eaee e
RAILWAY PAMEN0KRB A9BURAN0B
seats .... aos, ee
Assets m SC,SSI SS
HAFFORD, MORRIS k OANDEE,
TI SMI kVeeeej,
OF OHIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
CRxr'L.OpncE, ITJ WairiiiotosSt.
Tbia Oaman Life lBsuraace Cobsdsbt
gmaranuee not only Paid-up PoUcIee but
also a value in lasu oa we aea-ioneuure
Sfttsw a nma ... 1...M.at
C. BNOBELHDORF, - - atecretary
a vu A A. aawwa,
JOHN W. PBUK88, '
AEent for Cairo aad rictnlty.
SECTION NO. 47.
Aaaaeiatlon for nroaaotlnar Life Inaurance
and Hick HeUef by weekly duea and mutual
co-operation in objects of public benclt.
The Llle Insurance Policies will be Issusd
by Ue Teutosua Lue insurance wmpsny.
H. MEYXRS, President.
JOHN W. PRUESfl, Ao't.
Mdlr fa CUra suae! Tteaarttr.
HYLAND k SAUER,
AND DBALBRt IX
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th itxeet and Commercial avinut
asst door to Ue Ilyland saloon.
11-U tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DEALER IN
RiaBTB Btbbbt, Bbtwrrv Wabbibbtob
ABB OOMMBROIAL AtBBSBB,
AUsala aUaiaaifeeBuia aaa asay'a
Eaep the east or Baal, Pork, Mnuoa Vaal.
Lam, Uaeag, els.ad are pr aparad la ssn
eltiaeaa la tae aasst aesepUMa caaaasr,
JOHN SMITH, "
(Successor to Jamei Eynaston,)
BCTORRR AVO DeaLRR IB ALL KlBM OP
oobnbr ntnrtbmtb and poptab st,,
Buyi and riaugbUra only the bait eatlle,
hog and asleep, and la prepared to ail an
dogeaBd far fraMtmeaU troa one Baaaajl
Our Horn AdriHfcim.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
ForaseHv BaratiHar ImfmAtmm a
aaUgisM steck e?
I XjX X NTH R Y
0??'ilJfy; ' fAeiMltete the aeie
2eWSe ' ,k,," deuratlaed
ENTIRE STOCK AT. COST
iiBil.i,T,tJ,tfc,'c, and Ttr'it.
GOODS ARK ALL N1W
The snort o( ihsas aeriaaT keea aalantad maa
the UU raU atyles. ksasa U? ladleskaYe
JJSkiS!11' rcaaae nawud u'h
lenable ntlliinary at eoat price. The atee
Uduff,tf,1,U rthboMar., haSt?
Udles u nderwear, ete., etc. ll-sett
ffaaTtjtiiamrist issaisanssaajiiai.1,.1 .
Maa as aaoaa. la daHT rtrin
NEW MILLINERY QOODfl
LAtaer raiL a wiarraa arrLae.
sonrxrxrva jb atLavxai
irnaasaed aad Baajiessail.il
raauiva rLuwsaaa, asaaussa,
a fall kind. I aaa
Mr. MOa baa ala a lane
Paaay Artlcla, ah ae
Aad all athar arstetae - ally f asaM la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLIMIBT STOBB
Mrs. BcOee, ia addltloa U bar ataek al
anoy and M II lioery Ueods, baa a Inaen aa4
Fmblete aeeenaieat of Claetaaati CusUsa
Made Ladlae aad aUsaes' Sheas aad ChU.
draaa BoeU, Black aad us Colon. Taeee
areackaewledfed U be Ue Baest aad beat
Tr ia us aaaraas, aaa wis u the eedy
mm Hun iaiaB lyersaita
Aad Dealer la
VEOETABL1M, FRUTTfl. BOCW, LABO
niU BUTTKB, ETC,
ST. All Oeaaa warranted araaa, and eeed
. CaraareU Bt. aaWCeMereiaUve.
And buy your
Car. Tesasa at reel assel Cesasaaeeaal At.
I eat now prepared ta Kasuraitura all
spring it Ties, such as paUatleaUer, morroee,
buck aad esinkln boaU. Raoes. with beg
toes, oork and pump soles, Scoteb bottaase,
and bevel edge sr any other atria you wUb.
V?? snauufacfurlnf as extra quality
of Udles' shoss. My aaaterial and wera
raaDiblp are warranted to be at Ue best, I
am determined to not be uadeHeld ler U
same quality of good.
Repairing done neatly end an abort
Hco B. Jonae?
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BBTWRRV WAIB'N ATRVCB ABB WALBBt
Pr. B. F, rialoi Hfsrae la paalls Ual be aa
eaeaed a ,
L I VMM T 8 T A M L M,
on tba aortbwest (id ef Teath atreet a aaaae
Els R'atlM will ba fsraUaad with aeae bat tae
AND GOOD TBHIOLBB.
and Ue public Buy be anoeaiioditad at al
hours of Ue day aad aigkt wlU ease teemi
on Ue lowest Urau.
Dr. rtelda asks a snare ofpubncBatrnBife
and will endiayor ta merit It byfclr deiaaf
and strict attention ta aval
tMYaaaeetal atieatiea aatd le eeeese areas
" DENNIS HALEY
Haa row ea kaad all kindi at
PBY CORD AND 8TOVB WOOB
For aale, Lear erdera at
WM. ELUafifl BTOBB,
Oemf ItitUBad CiBaRiitiia,
4 Mearaetef eVanaBaafaW
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