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HIE CAIRO DAILY HULLET1N, Fill DAY, MAY a, 1873.
JuIlN II. 01IEULY, Editor and 1'itblliher
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TUB DOM.AU WEEKLY BULLETIN
John H.Oberly has reduced the subscrlp
tlon price of tho Wkkklv Cairo Bulletin
19 One Dollar per annum, making It tlic
beapeit paper published in Southern IUinol
l'rrtn MrNui.w U called for in Mem
phis by two of lit lister. They want tho
old boy to come home.
jug Aletup ht 'Avalancbo' has boen con
siderably rcducod In sl.o, and many other
newspapers aro alio In the (car and yellow
leaf. Tho member of the press bare a
rugged road beforo them, and wo shall o
How ourielf to ho surprised if many of
them tlurabto and full and break their
precious nock i.
Hox. S. S. Cox, a smart Democratic pol
lticlan formerly of Ohio and at present
of Nw York, Is deslrou of becoming the
successor In congress of (lie Into Hon
James llrooUt. .Mr. Cox has a national
reputation, and might become a really
great man If he drew several feet mote
water than be does; but, it is a fact, that
he Is a shallow wator craft; lie tails rnp.
Idly In small streams but not at fen; he
would go down bofore a fierce 7.phcr.
Sill Ciiarlrs Dilkh, the Democratic
leader of the Home of Commons, has ad
vanced to a bold attack upon the Inequa
ittes In tho distribution of political power
In th United Kingdom. Tho time- for
tinkering has gone by, fays Dllko, and a
complete and thorough reform I the only
Teraedr. Sir Charles is determined upon
grand difficulty and may succeed In ob
taining satisfaction. Ho is an ablu man
bravo to rashness. That tho chip upon
his shoulder may bo kneckod off Is our
party wish. We dolight In such dltlhul-
ties, or in a dog or cock fight, and in this
matter bet at odds on Sir Chawlcs.
The dog teilt return to his vomit, and
why should not tho Djniocr-tcy of Ken
tuckybless Its old soul I return to tho
resolutions of '93 7 Those resolutions aro
of oxeollont quality. Thoy havu thi How
of age about thm aro so old tliuy must
be read through, spectacles even by tho
political youths of the country. Thoy are
good, being old, and we hopi tho fossils
may onjoy thorn ; but, as .fur us why.
w ptatur ho vVy utun, tm hon
esty of Ames, tho political s-igacity ol
Frank Blair, or any other worthless thing,
They wero to oar taste In their timo,
but our palate has be-urno moro delicate,
and we roust wait until wo bocomo
stronger before we shall consent to swal
low any more dosos of sugar-coated secu
afon, JabJed "State Rights."
SzxATon Yol'Kohlooi) ba returned to
his home, and is rocelving many kind
words of praise from tho print. Tho sou
ator Is an ablo gentleman. 11 o it a llttlo
Impulsive and very confident uf his own
powers, but has merits outwoighing all
his shortcomings. On tho railroad ques
tion he waverod for somotlmo, bjing in
fluenccd by certain lawyerly considera
tions which too often influence the mem
bers of that profession to bold back In tbo
traces of reform, and being ulso some
what under the lutluonco of Senators
Murphy, Starno and others ; but he came
up bravely at last, and made an eloquent
and masterly argument for the railroad
hill. More experience and perfect ability
to be not controlled by his assicUtes, who
ntertain wropg ideas, would mako Marlon
ToungMood ono of the giants of Egypt, a
lacaot politicians that may Im onumor
W4 on the ftngs 0f one hand without
suiting tieyond the first finger.
A young man by the name of Pottitt
committed suicide at I'hiladolphU a abort
lima ago, rather than commit mutrimonv
with a Udy named Staley, dixcrlbod as
'beautiful and most estimable." The
leart-rending story of the tragic U affair,
tatas that "what makes this aff.lr adJi
tlonally sad, is that the bride an I groom
had laid out plans for a wedding tour In
Europe, and had on caged pa'tstge on a
steamer plying between New York and
' Liverpool." If Pettllt had rut propped
a wedding tour In Europe, or if he hud,
nnd had engaged pasiago on a 'vessel
not plying betwoen Now York and I.lver-
yool, he might bve sent a bullet throu-b
Ms heart and furnished to hk friends a
very cheerful funeral , but, an it i,, J0 lal
lsn the author of a sad affair. So man
fropoilng marriage and a bridal trip to
Europe ln a steamer plying betw.cn NeMr
York and l.lverp,0l can bo ccused f,
i omrolttlng suirH.. Tho man who, under
ucb circumstances, would commit lu
rid U wretch and lBfVu, ,ll9
or, what is still worse, a matrimonial
vilmjoUssi mTsos- .
Simpson the .Simpson of Wlnon
Jillcblgan V. (or otherwUe, Vlrtuoui
f Imptoa It, Id the full senso of thHiurrn
In all Its slangy nervousness, a trick
Thero are those who may deny to V. 3.
this tuorllod compliment, but the denial
will b of no avail. Ho "brick."
Virtuous, S. has a wllV, who" or
other kind of heart he has frequently
lacerated; but not satisfied with tbit treat
ment, kind and gontlo as It was, S. lately
came to the determination that ho would
lacerate Mrs. S.'s back also. Whorj
upon the thought lucomln;; tho mothor
of tbo act S. procured a cowhide, tho
farorlto weapon of humane husbands,
and In a public street of Winona whipped
hit butter half until tho blood run
from her biek and face, nut In torrents
but In large-slzsd rlvuluti. V. S. is one
of tho wealthiest and hi-st cltl.Jtis of
Winona, and will now, no doubt, bo ad
vanced in the public survlco. If ho could
bandlu tho Mo Iocs o bo did .Mrs. S. lie
would uuko ii valuable Indian peace
commissioner, ntid if thu Modoc could in
any way procure his scalp wtio would
mourn for him' Mm, S. might, but at
for the rust of mankind they would not,
wu venture to say with great diltidence,
care a continental or any other kind of a
OKRS VAOA.NT SHOES.
A struggle for tho empty shoo of Hon.
James L. O.-r, doccaod, late minister to
Russia, has already commenced; and Ohio,
with characteristic immodesty, is demand
ing that sho be permitted to fill thorn with
the feet nf the Immaculate trttesman, lion.
John A. lllnghami This gentleman stands
high, It is said, in the favor of the admin
istration, and is likely to succeed in his ef
forts to secure tho prUo ; but wo bolieve
we confidently hope, the president will
not dlsnppolnl tho country, and tlun shock
us, by making the proposed appointment.
President Grant cannot, ho mil'', permit
us to say, cvorlook the olaims of Illinois.
This slato has not hor share of the public
honor, although sho has given
to tho nation Ills Kxcollencv and
other groat statesmen and patri
ot, and lately inaugurated tho movement
against monopolists, out of which struggle
he rnnj roap tnoro than lu expects, al
though it is true ho may reap 1ms. Illi
nois has, wo do not forgot, a Washburn in
Franco and a Jonos In somo other foreign
nation; but in giving theso gontlemen to
tho service of tho republic, this state, for
tilo in groatnoss, gavo moro than she re
ceived, and should bo thankod for the
sacrifice. Indued, her Washburn and her
Jone should plead for her right to namo
tho uccossor nf Orr for her right to
aaln;sacritlco her best Interests by allow
ing moOiot ot Uur favorite sons to wan
ui hj w n lar country, aucn con
siderations as theso should be potent
with tho administration. If thoy
prove to be so, wostiggest that of all men
in tho state host fitted for tho St. Peters
burg mission, or wo may add, any other, is
lion. Shelby M. Culloru, spnalor of tho
homo of the gonoral assembly. Ho has of
lute won golden opinions from all sorts
of pooplo, and is tbo most popular Repub-
licanintho commonwealth tho prospec
tive nett governor and United State sen
alor. At least bo should, out of deference
to the claims of Illinois, bo tendorod the
position, in which ovont we hope he may
dcclino tho honor. Ho cannot atl'ord to
wander nfur off at this time. Hut, as wo
have tnld, Illinois ought to have Orr's
shoes, and Cullom ought to have tho re
fusal of thum.
SALMON PORTLAND CHASK
Salmon Portland Chase, chief jusllco
of thu United Stutes, died in New York
city, at Iho residence of his daughter, on
on Iho murrilng'of the seventh InkUnt. Mr.
Chaso wa born in Cornish, New Hump.
shire, on tho l.Hb of January, 1803, and
was, thorefore, at tho time of his death,
sixty.flvo years, three months and twenty-
three days of age. At an early ago, his
education was superintended by his uncle,
rbllander Chase, then bishop
of Ohio, lie entered Dartmouth college
In New Hampshire, In 1821 and graduated
from that institution In I8.'(J. Likitho
majority of men who havo risen to emi.
nonce In puhlio llfv, Mr. Chaso had to
make Ills way by bis own oxertions.
While teaching a boys' school in Wash-
Ington city, ho outlined himself for ad
minion to tho bar, and In tin spring ol
18TO ho took up his residoncti for a scconu
.1.-.. i- . .
ume in Cincinnati, wnore lie practiced
his profession. Until 1811, Mr. Chase wr,
1 8 I
regarded at a Democrat, hiving acted
gi-nerally with that prtv. Having al-
ways bmn opposod to tho extension of
slavery In the UnlWd States, he, In lfill N"" l'ulli" t'0'1 '" ll,u lurnace. Accord
... , ... .. .,, , ' I ing to all accounts Guild was a lioblo fu.
united with the "liberty ptrty of Ohio. I low. and livod. hi In, dn.d. urm, h,
and in 1813 with the national lihorty par-
. , . . . , 1
ty, devoted to tho noa-oxtonsion and tbo
overthrow of slavery in thu UnltMil hi.i...
' I "
In m,, Mr. Chase was chosen Un.wUTkt
nines senator irom uuio, recelvlni; the
voles ol the Domocntle mernhori of the
lej-islaturo whoso prt, In lis state con-
. , , , , ...
ventlon, had alreadydellared slavery an
evil tut when tho Ualtimuro convention
,,f ibw J.n....,.ni .-.I., .
of IBjJ deprecated the furthur dlicu.slon
ol the slavery question. Mr. Cham win,. I
drow from It nd i,m- n .i .
urow irom it, ana never, until theiiuestion
of slavery was forever put at rest ir, doiort their post, but faced dangi-r and
the Unlud sut b n,. .. r
the lalo war, did Mr. Chuse again ldnlify
himself with tho IKmocracy, when he
was ono of the most prominent candidates
for tho presidency Ufore tho New York
convention of ISA In 193',, lie wa
electod governor of hi" ''i' opponents
of this Piori-o admlulstratlon, and was re-
elected by the Republicans, limn fully
organised In IS5P, by Hie largest voleuvcl
given for a governor of Ohio, llefore the
close of tho gubernatorial term, Gov.
Chase was elected United States fiinator
a second time, wh ch position he held ut
the breaking out uf tho war. H was ap.
pointedly Mr. Lincoln secretary of tho
trcasury,and was popularly called the fath
er of tho greenback system. Subsequently
'resident Lincoln' appointed him chief
Jtstlcn of the United States, which office
lie held at tho timo of his death.
1IAKKR, CUAWFOKD AND ORKI18
Judge David J Raker of this Judicial
circuit, is a candidate for rr-jlectlon, nnd
will, doubtless, obtain the position with
out a contest. Thoro arn eyes In the heads
of certain gentlemen of the bar in this cir
cuit looking with n longing gi.. at the
soaton which dudgo Raker sits, but tho
owners of thou eyes know how hopeless
would be Aftrugglo to oust this Ifttb-Judi
cial giant of lower Egypt, and havo conse
quently ylol ledall hopo ol succci and
surrendered at discretion I
In tho Onion county circuit Judge Mon-
roo Crawford is h candidate for re-election.
Ho has formidable opposition. A great ma
jority of tho lawyers of tho circuit are not
disposed to support him. Ii is said hois
not accommodating to the bar that ho
lacoratcs the foellngs of tho Sterlings nnd
Crystals a well as snubs tho Qulrksi
Gammons and Snaps of tho pri Cession
tii:it ho has tho amazing effrontory to net
ns if his court wero the people's court and
not the lawyers'. Opposed to Judge
Crawford U Judgo Duff, a very estimable
gentleman, of kindly disposition although
somewhat givon to willfulness when his
blood Is up, and withal a good lawyer.
Uo has reputation for ability, and wo
have no reason to doult ho merits all he
lias; out unrortuna'.ely ho is
ono of tho fosell judges who In this day of
advancing ideas ought to be retired. Wo
of course say this moro in eorrow than in
angor. Indeed wo havo no anger at all
to intluenco us in this mattur. Wo regard
Judgo Duff with feelings of groat kind
ness; but, as sure as this is tho year of
graco I87.J, s,j surely ought gentlomim
like Judge Djfl' be pushod Into private
lifoby tho ballots of an intelligent people.
The Dutlltea of to-dnv urn mvu.,.,1 an nn.
thick with tbo dust of precodont In which
the finger of prosont ovonts can writs no
words to glvo hopo to tho people that they
will ivon bo enabled to breuk tho futters
of casto which mako them tho slaves of tho
monopolies, thoto favored children af tho
plnyod-outdoctrluo of vested powers. Ills
frloiida havo rosorted to "pecull.ir means'
to defeat Judge Crawford, and endeavored
to usu tbu general assembly in that work
but failed. Wo hope Judiro Crawford
In thoShawnoetown circuit Hon. John
M. Crobs is a candidate, and is opposed by
a gentleman by tho name of Mr. Tanner
and tho present incumbent, a gentleman
who does not umount to much. Mr. Tan
nar is backod by Senator Casey and Clerk
VVilbunks, an amiable gentleman of
many initials. Orebs rolles upon tbo poo.
plo for his supp jrt. Ttio Tannorians uro
charging Col. Crubs with all kinds of short'
comliign w.th being a salury grabber, and
guilty of all alus imaginable, which
l-,"ri: ro mado in mysterious whisper-
lnB B,lJ Wltu Puliar head-shuking.
UoL Jrub Is un exemplary gentlumun
,,f BlK)J uity, and honest us the tiny is
lj"B' tradueer know this tu be true.
Ho voted against tbo salary grab, and
promptly returned thu $.'i,oou overpay
sent to him Irom Washington. 11 u U uu
able lawyer, and will, il electcJ, muko u
jun an ablo judge.
JUKI) IN THE FAITHFUL MS
CHAHUE On DUTY.
Tho Huston 'Advertiser' this af.
leclltg story ol William D, Guild, Ui
unyniuur vnu vns kiiiuu uii uis Ollgliiu iu
tbo recent Stoningtoii disaster :
"1'ho engineer could not havu perceived
tho break long before the dreudlul inu
ment cume. Though h might havumadi.
mi etl'ort to escape, Uo ruiiiaiuud II nn. hIiul
ott the steam, applied thu bruko una wuiil
ins ueatu wiin nis invu tu tliutr.mi
..ml urua n&tMitflv lillu.l
'h in&lMiitlv IrillMil M....... ...
tho cab window his
b.B ., ",un ""iliig, Mid wtien
th.i llrii wmi oliit!ilt.fl Mini hU
mainb were found, his hand still grasped
thu l""'0-, T'1"5 t'"J.' of ttiu tlremun
Ueorgit Kldiod, was found as he iiernhud
the cuul-shovel in his hand, n It hu
JeDce l4n'' ,lu"ur ul 'l iiu knew limi
His home was in that part of Providenci
known as Euii.vuod, In. home beinK dust
t tho railway oro.-siiiK. Whenevur Ii.
I . . ' ' ' ' v Wll I."
"r 'Uinai on uie loeomuiive wtni0 ,
Krcetini; toiii wifoand a lutitlcatloii that
he was there and "all riKht."
lr nJ '0r "ul ''gnal never failet'.
The regular passengers came to know it
and on hearinc it would sav. '.Tnur.
is't s'ljnal to his wile." To-day she
minim n lur iuu urn iiiuu im wu notur
hear it asial!!."
All honor to tho memory of theso noble
moni worthy repre entatlvc. of the Amor-
in.n'irm Bii n,.i,,nr. Th.v ,im n...
ln ,no ul,,,ful uiismrge or tho r
SJoanihrtHSN AMIS roftWARlMftU.
r'OIlWAKMN'U and COMMISSION
n K St V II A V T.
DEALERS IK FJ OUIt;
And AkOIij of
o:ilO K1VKH Af It KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
COFFEY. PACK & CO.,
r u k ii' ut ii i x u
A N I)
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
MILLER & PAHKEH,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRRANK'S SCALES
Olilo Ievoe. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
1. A. CUNNINGHAM,
OBNEKAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND IIRAI.KIt IN
HLA.TrT, OATS, OOUK
AND MILL FEED.
- - - ILLINOIS
J. M. I'HILLII'S & CO.,
(Huccfstori to K. II. Ueodricaa A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Llbrral Adrncmcuif mmle ,
Ar prentri-d to roi, itnrn nd lorwaril
rrefghtt to nil point n. liuy unl
fll on miMnli.iimn,
Wlliilni aitrnilH to iiMmiitlf:
l'E T E R
C U l L,
Xu. m (lino I.KVKE,
CM HO, ILLINOIS.
K. .1. Avkhb
AYERS A CO.,
flPVPII 1 1 rnMMICQIHM MPfiflHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvkk, Caiuo, Ills.
JOHN R. 1'HLLIS & SOM,
8uccor tn John B. Phlllis.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Oor, TEKTH-ST. akp OHIO LI.Vi
FOR SALE, ) FerHat. t KOR HALK
ForHlt. t run
Fare from Livkhtool,
Kare from Loxlicnukiihy
Karo from Olahiiow,
Karo from QUKKNhrnwv
KafTonl, Monls . CnJte At;tnt.
(.!( Kin 1 New.Tork Mi'l ChlUdrti'lm
cunts cnaTatrr with ciiTrn stst tai, sim.i
Kur Carrjiox inr Mills
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
o rraTHta mrosaiTion
API LY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aoi
18 Hro,lwj, NrwYoik, ortn
Whlaif'nn Anu riro. llllniK,
AND I. mOUKN.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
IIAIRII, i i.l i n o i a,
Atsn, kp nonvUnlly nn rmnd a most cnn.
plfl stock of
aooTcn ami tuisn vnirxixa
-o I N H,
fort, Madorla, Sherry and Catawba Win"
II. Smvtli fc Co. air ilUn MirllN lor Sni'li.
ccr. JIi-Kuy ,: Co.'h 1'ltt-liuru' nle.ofwlifcli a
larci) ftoi-k In Vcjit cnmt.nillv mi li.unl a
their vlioli-;ile store.
issilTl-IAKIIN- "" "
HAItRY WALKER Prop r.
WHITE COLLAR I'LANINO .M I l.L
N. WAI.THI14, I rojirli Kir,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnlahmt on fhirtml notlo.
Commercial avomin, hetween Tenth and
F. R V A N T .
Near Twet ty.ixth Street,
Ohio Lkvkk, . CAIRO, ILLS
'V W"',' "' LtimlKT. (Ink. Poplar, Cy-
llfsl-J l A)....S a . '.. . "I"" .
.r ii!.'. .. ... r ""I'vereti in any pan
mill. UII'., IIUIIVI
flee ol I'lnii-p-.
ETri'atlonaL'e sxilliltiul. uml siitUf'iptiiin
CAIRO CITY COAL
N prnpata l to huixH t nuiiinai itt Ih
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Ilallldav llnm. oltice. 7
OHIO lkvkk, or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles lintel, will receive prompt atton
linn. The ICil MnrritTuii Jin hrinir coal
lainrlilc Ui tteamera at my hour.
Our Homo Advertisers.
WILLIAM .1. AlIslCN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Olllccnicr FlrclNatlon.il Imiik.
KAMUEL I. WIIEELKR,
ATT0HNKY& CIIIINSr.l.OII AT LAW
(illli'i- iner l'li-t Niiilowti ii.mk.
(J UK EN & UILRERT.
iuiiin H inu
'UIIUI, II I I.Snln.
MrHi)i. n-'itmt, tn u, 4..iiiilif !,.
.iiiuLievKit.Koovii- 7 iv. h..vr.i
S1ITV NAtlOVAl UAUU.
ILLINOIS CKiNTKAL K A
1011 nilit. Ihc Mmrlrvl llmilo
Msilitr tllii Hi Mlii.t-si'M It.iiilr
TO ST. DL.OTTXS-
NO CIIANOK OK CA lt
KIMiM OAlItU Tti
ST. LOUI3 OR CHICAGO
ONLY ONE CHANG K 01' (JARS
(IM fJAIliO TO
ClDpbtill, lmniiill, Tnl,o,
pftnilt, illi-si-l-tiil, .Nir Ki
llutllo, '111-i.mc, W-lilnnl.n
lullllnorr, l'hil'lf.hl. ,V York.
Dnslna r.il nil .iibtii
Mllw.nkl,, Jnlll, tallnn,
l.atrcssr, bt. .u n point- imrll.
This In !n im,i 1 flip it ii,l. id
lalnr, HloomlnidoB, Ni.tinirHil.
H.orla Oiiincj. K-.kiilc.
Mrndota, iMioii, l-f.i-,n,
Olvoa. tliiliiqn, noni wltj,
Omaha UmI all inl northwr-t.
Eletjant Drawing Rtmtn Slenidnij Ca
On all NlKht Trains.
"yK Chlr. in all unportar.t olni.
Pot tickets ari.l Hil'irinsiina, iljr tu t. C. It. h
'. J . K""i 00 "M Hi" transit atam t I
tweu Co.uml.c. anil t'airo, a. at In- nrtucliu
lallrot 1 1 ticket nfflca tliniiiKtiout tlm noulf,.
W. I'. IOHN.UN, ,. n'l f... 't, ChH.n
A. MucHtLL, i.-n'i -uf.'!. riiieaeo.
.1. JOHNSON, A n't. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD A N D I L.LI N 0 It
SOUTHEASTERN R R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 19TV
trains will run nt lulluwn:
TasiM uiiq l'?Hr..t.
faf Mrstma .4u a, m t..v. p.tri.
" ."ITllillld. H II 3:isi
,' Tlnrlll- In & " 6
Arrit at 'an. H.i1 ' .J "
TRAlas '1'iia,, aoiTHWI-T.
'' fn - a. in 3 M . ,n
" T liira ill- In " 4 6
Acrif at .,irn,i(nlii.....i ,., ..
t.iaso Hpr.ns f.l,l n,a r, m
ArriTf at VliKinia e.s " ,,m ..
SPUTHEKN Ii I V I a I O .v .
TIAIa mit onnti.i,
I..Ti! KilKiioI .5..'tn. m. to.lu i,.n
Klora ...h, .11 o
rrltai xhawnrrt' ,.K 6 It.
ii i s:t n
.m.i. i'iiii.ss si su:i:r.
CAItM I, . ILLINOIS.
Oood utalillne romii.ilf.l t-liliii..i t......n I
and ample room mr ronimerelal trnteli-r. '
Free omulliu to ami Irom all train. i
2-S Cmd. .1. M. DAM HON, I'roprletor. '
HKAt. KSSTATK AUKJkV.t .
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (eXCOND FLOOK) Oil 10 LRVXX,
Buy and Sell Real Emtate,
FURNISH A EST R ACTS OF TITLE
An I prf r Contey srna. of Kloil!
lohn (I. Ilarman. Cias Thrupii
JOHN Q. II A R.MAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
.Vorllt Cir. ..I ilt.i Nl. mill I.s.,-t.
Sole mil horded n'cnt Inr the -ilo ol I n
"' il'.U' Lc il KMato liuilnht ami Mild.
t5T riixiM Palii. hi,..
t:o.ii.HMsi .ii:iiciia vrs,
b. w. aiAlliUBI. k;
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MATnUSS L UIIL,
Commissi or Mkhc Hants.
IAY AND WESTERN I'RODUL'K
GENERAL COMMISSION MKIICHANT
And tlcuier In
Limk,'Ckmknt, I'i.ah'i kh, Haik, e
d"I Will tell In r n,i i... .
j tiirer' prices, nddlni; frenJht,
Our Homo Advertisers.
And IniJ J I'ttr
BOOTS .A'JT.n) S T-T O 112 53
!. JON K4,
, I '.f. 'IV nsli Klrrrt Mill S'.illl us nral si t v.
I urn now pri'piiii'ii in maiiiir.i lure all
I .VI m pi liK l li-. iirh u pnli ill li'iithcr, limrroro,
I lillrk llli.l ri'll-'kln Imm.n Ihii. Mil
. Iih'i. nit U mill iiuiii Kiic. .siMitWi liottiuiiK,
! ami lii'tid riiuf uriuiy I'llii r -lli' Mmul.li,
I lmiiiil-i iiiaiiulni'liirlli nn I'Mril iiuallly
nl l.ii.. !.., Jy nuli'lliil mill wtK
i m:ililili nn. wariinilcil to bo i.l 1 1 1 ln-..
am ili'trrinliii'il In mil In. miilrt nlil lurll,-
-iiuif iiiiiny hi t;iii'l-.
I Ui'iulring ilmii! neatly ami nu Minil
I""!!"" II. .(ONK.M.
'NEW ROOT AN!) SHOE STOIM-'
AStli. SUi, i, M Li- 111.11 nsisir.
CoitsKit , v "r.vr.sTH SiitrrT anii Wami
i.vnro.v A . . s i i:.
CM 110. II. 1. 1. SO IS
yhcrr I ln Its- nil tl. ..tiM of I iilrn
unit nirrnilllillliifi'diiiilrv o mil ;ir,
lliey iMiiimt iiri,.v", i,i I will II itv
fv. ,".l;,w' '"'"I'teil the old mntln. "Tlm
Mmhle I'i'iiny la lli-itrr lli'in tin. ,,w .
l,Ui,'.M S. S. JI.M.MJN
! FRED ROSE
, MEECHAl-TT TAILOR
No. 104 CoMMKkCtAL AVKMUK,
Kri'lirh, Scnt':li and AmcrlrHii r.n. Iini'le
of all color, and he-iver and limi Hotli
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Ami made up In thu
And at tin- liwt price. A line lit tint lirt
fin- nnrk KU iranli'iMl. .itiavtlu In all r
I'np lllrtriitli mi l :i,j, ir tt,
liilnrm- the piililli; tliatlin haaenirasfii tnc
hvr Ire. of a rirl-id i t'nuii nuki ruml
nloa l li-t-cl i.- llur-i' Iiiht ami . rimlv
to iiianiiliietilii- ami rpiirall klml of ivork
III till trail" with npalr ami illiiati-h.
NEW LIVERY STAHLK
1IKTWKK.N WAHH .H AVKNUK AMI WALNfl
lr. H. r. r-Wt Inrnrni- tn vuMip Hi .1 h ,
I- I V K R y S T A II I, K,
ou thr norlliff'sl .i.h of Tfnlh .!r-l a nam
Ills -'aM will I. lr1ID.li-, v,, on i,.,,
, AND GOOD VEHICLE.".
and thr puhllc may he .tcconimoil.iteil at a',
hour, of the day nnd nlKlu with Mle tram
on tin- loct ti'nn.
I)r. Klvlil iks ,i h.irnofpiili,.pstroiiii;p
am will cMlramr to mi rit it by lulr iltalut
NEW YORK ST0.1K,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOKUT VAKIKTT STOCK IM TIIX CITV
OOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
( ornrr or Kliirti-i'iuri alrftniid Com
O. O. I'ATIK
WAll M AsNMJFAC'rORi'
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
OOHNLn ;ii Tlltr.T AND OHIO -.KVM
"EM IS, HI50W.V & CO.,
A iK. nts IIomk Cotton Mills
NO, SO IHiln Lhu'c. (.'aim.
ward .t rorerts,
is co. XI l
i .t..n: t n. ii i r w jisi i ii-a
HA I SO HI MM-.
IMPHIt HAIISOA SWS I'AlXTIMi
AIo tleiiler" 1,1 I",". OH, Gin,,
WALL PAPER, ETC,
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