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mi Waitalngtan aieuut and Twelfth ttrrtl. .
To HctLrrtW la MurJ ttf city nlMeribcr by
fcllhful earrfcrtatTwulrFiT Oat aMVk,
)rabl weakly. lljrMall, (in adriuicr), IOprr
annum tlxmootht, M thru taontlit, )( one
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TID2 WEEKLY BULLETIN.
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p. annum, lnrarlbly In adTanoe. lti portage
r Hit Weeklf tn U jrtU t thl ore, to
iubrtUn will olitaiu It for a inscription
rl of II Jfr.
AD VKBTI8ING BATES.
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Om wjuut, one Imrrtlorj, . 100
One quare, two lnrrtlon,.- 1 SO
One aquare, one rck,. ..... ....... a M
One equair, two Tirtki ........ 3 SO
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Ou qurr, one monib,........... . 5 W
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) rcrular admtlers we offer Miprfior In
Dtnti, both to tale of charge kutl roan-fc.-rof
dlfplnjlog their fiT)n.
KJ"Ko(Ic In local column Intertnl for Klf
tu CtnU per line for one Insertion, Twenty
Cent line for two Innrtlona, Twenty-KIre
CenU a tine fvr thrro liuartloni, Thirty-Five
Canto a line fur one week, uml .ScTcnty-Vlye
CenU a line forone ruonlh.
Communication upon subjactn of aren
red lataraat to thi public aollolUd.
t3AU letters ebouM be addrrMed to
JOHN II. OllEKLY, ,
rrnkient (Jilrn itflltttn Compiay.
U4tmf Xatler oa Every Page,
JOHN H. OBtSLY, Xdltor.
Tnr. employes of The State Register.
at Springfield, presented n gold-headed
cano to Mr. Joseph I). Merrltt, of that
Journal, Uie night before Christmas,
Tho presentation was madu by Major
Louis Souther, who In ono
of the roost Jovial of men
and a presentation speech-maker
who has few superiors and no equals,
We would lmve tnVpn plonsuro in llaton
lng to the Major, and looking at tho mod'
est blushes of the surprised Joseph.
Tup Katie King business has Ik-cii bad
for the cause of Spiritualism. The Im
posture has opened the eyes of thousand;
of people ; u wide-spread disgust has
taken the place of a credulous and uncrit
ical belief, and many who were almost
Icrsuaded, arc now thoroughly uncon
vlnced. Kope-tylngs, dark cabinets, ma
terloHzatlons, etc., liavo fallen Into Irrcv
trievaDic disgrace, and until mediums
can carry on their tricks without tho aid
of these, their tnulo will not rUeabov
ti c level uf any other legerdemain.
A men man In St. I.ouls died recently
w nau a wire and clflldrcii, anil these, of
-'-'-""J Us Aitate. Hut, much to
the surprise of every ouv, .u uuui re
vealed wlmt ills llfo led no one to suspect
numciy, that ho had a llvlni? wife In Enir
huid and that this wlfo had chtldrcn aUo
A will lias ben discovered, in which the
rich maii.JIr.-'jThonins Pratt, leavesnll his
property to "his beloved wife, Harriet,'
who U the St. Louis wlte. but this wlU
It appears, duis not Invalidate tho claims
of the KnglWi wile. The comj Is cxcitln
much Intfrcrt In Bt. J.OIIIS.
A Dn. IIaiihis, o.'Xew Vork, has been
corap'llng criminal statistics. Many
them are lnterealug, some curious, and
aiioimo nimrucuvr. lnliUn-smndiix
cto 's'nttcntlon was struck by the
o jnonion or crime and nr. v
'w - Irepopulatlonofatownon
M.,udon river, and, upon fur
vcMigiiiion uy tlic lecurrence of
names In the town records. After
ough Investigation of the gcneal
ti.at from a young girl named Margaret'
who was iciiuurw. nobody remembers
uow, in u viijago oruic county, 'seventy
years ago. and, in theabseuccof an alm-
tiouse, was Jelt to grow up as liest she
could hvo descended two hundred
cnminau. As an Illustration or this rc-
marKauio record, in one single
generation of her unhappy lhie
there were twenty children; of these,
three died In Infancy, and seventeen
fcurvlved to maturity. Of the seventeen,
umo hcrreu in the HUto, prisons for
lugu crimes an aggregate term of fifty
years, wfille tlie others were frequent in
mates of Jails and penitentiaries and alms-
iiouses I 'J lie whole mm.!er of this rl's
descendents, through six generations, Is
nInohmulred,audlK.sliles th twoli.in
drtdwhoare on record a, c.lmliml,a
iarguimmbcr have been Idiou,, liiilMcIles
Iruukardii, lunatics, prostitutes uud pmi
pcrs." 'llloo.l will tell," and prwuMW
that these ligurw do not lie, that ivlage
applies to bad as well as good blood.
AHBRBW JOIMMOW fOH HKSXTOH
The Ptducah Fn,, 1ndIcUvtly attacks
the graataml good Andrew Johnson and
declare! lilm to be '-an well dvmag ogue. '
mid traitor." Traitor to wliat? To the
Southern Confederacy? Is tliM the test
the Southern Journals jiropnoo to apply
to candidates for offlce f Will It hereafter
foe the rule nt the South to retire to pri
vate lilt-, with curses, the men who were
not triltors to the Union? Had policy,
thU. it will result In no jftxxl. Andrew
Johnson In the Senate of the rnlteil
fitates would be no tll'graceto Tennessee.
Slio' l now represented by n Radical
blackguard anil a Democratic cypher.
She Is never heard of in th"
upper house of Congress, tiiilj; ii'ortl
mado to thatbodytl-' " tew negroes nave
been ku-kl',",,llnt op m""f or-wli'i"
ij. One of her senators will not defend
Iter, and the other cannot. Andrew
Johnson could and would. He has many
faults, but among them Is nottlawdlnck
ofdevotlon to Tennessee. He has been
and Is her loudct, most persistent and
most cllcctlve champion. Tennessee will
not make n mistake by sending Johnson
to Vahlntton as the successor of her nv
A l'aducah paper boldly asserts that
Williamson county, In this State, Is n
tiortlon of the moral vlneyanl thai needs
the attention of congressional Investigat
ing committees. It docs not. U needs
olllcers particularly a sheriff who arc
not afraid to do their duly. IfHarnlr
vln, sheriff of Alexander county, were
fhcrlfl of Williamson, ho would go with
thoo who have gone Ix'forc or else ho
would bring home of the Williamson
iiuity miuissliiajtf Justfc-', MV need nut
bo told that flio murderer. are not known.
Tlieyare, andlftho oMivm In WIKum-
bo.i were fkllllul and courageous, they
could pie .. lill'ire as.sis.sIuatIous
and !) " i the irallows the brutal
wrrtehi ,o lmvo brought dL-grace
up it Soutiiei Illinois by wanton and
This condition of affairs has prevailed
In Williamson forycars.and (Jovcrnoi JBev-
tridgc has been aware of the fact; but ho
Ins done nothing to suppress tho lawless
ness that has been rampant all this time.
He has listened to recitals of the horror i,
held up fols hands, groaned hi deprecation
of tat;fucts,and done nothing. His party-
papers have been all this time denoun
cing the governor of Missouri because he
has neglected or been unable to supptcss
lawlessness In that State, but they lmve
not said n word lu denunciation of the
governor iviirtfmj jwi inlttcd the asi-a'slns
ot v llllamsou county to ply their bloody
TIIF. II.I.I.01HCK.NTMAIi KAII.RO AD
The late change made in the manage
ment of the Illinois Central railroad,
promises to result In mucli good to that
company and In not a little advantage to
Cairo. Mr. Wilson G. Hunt, a million
aire of New York,has been elected Presi
dent, and Mr. James C. Clarke, former
ly third Vice-President of the Erie rail
road, has been made General Manager
Mr. Clarke, upon taking posH'Slon
of his new position, proceed
ed to act in a maimer that
convinced us ho had concluded to not
purine the short-sighted policy sftho
former management, which appeared to
be altogether Incompetent to grasp the
necessities of the road and permitted the
pent-tin Utlca or stingy luck of enter
prise to contract Its powers.
Mr. Clarke saw, at a glance, that tho
interests ot the Central required of liii
some cllort to make the road prolltable
by Increase of business between Chicago
and ew Orleans and the Southwest
He accordingly sent Mr. James Johusoi
of this city, to "spy out," as the New
Orleans Times says, "the trade prospects
of the Crescent City and the Southwest.
A letter man for tho mission than Mr.
Johnson could not have been chosen.
Sir. Johuion's report of what might !e
done by the use ot proper energy and
capital, was so favorable, that Air. Clark
now proposes to givu tho matter ills per
sonal attention, and after practical ol
serration to take such action uh the fact
will warrant to increase the commercial
and business relations Between Chicago
""'.',!'"-,V..Qricans. .. ,
niuixun ,,lu .M toys It Is iin
derstood tiiat Mr. Clarke will pal tlculariy
inquire into :
1. Tho grain trade local and foreign
2. 'I ho Texas trade in hulk meat
and other heavy commodities.
3. The establishment of direct eonnee
Hons between tho grain elevator ami the
steamship harve s and the Jackson road,
at rsew Urleans.
ill H.ln wnr it Is mi d irndn nmv b
shipped by this rout,, at ft ,,r,,at g!lv,1R to
llio producers In the cost of handllK and
transportation. The connection liein
made with the river, rail cargoes can be
transferred liihulk to Liverpool steamers
and thus save to shippers, says The TV im.
"m', lean three handlings to v ldoh they
are... . .i.ljj don the lake and canal
routes '( North."
Tl.e goes on to say that "New
Orl ans .. ,t he a belter point than anv
- ..... .. ,, nuw, ,0. ,I1U
lrll,..ll,,.. ..r I I ...... ...
...tii.iuii ui Un'Jl 1111114 In fill. li.ln.i.lo ...
.oexieo, central America, and the norm
oisouui America." The Timet lieileves
mat i ne proposed connection of tln nil.
nols Central and Jackson roads, with
steam lines from Now Orleans to llmzll,
Central America, and Mexico, and with ,i
rwul from that city to Texas would mill-
"Pi? many times the business between
v-llllJgo nild ew Orleans. It c-ertnlnlr
M ould, slncMliu grains and meat of lown,
Indtim and Illinois would seek nlnn.- n,u
lino uarkets through New Orleans.
in flio successful result of .Mr. C'lc-ke's
lain ve esui seo advantages to Cairo. If
the ilov of produce to New Vork can be
diverted to New Orleans, the MIssU.lppl
alley, ind all Its cities, will be ben
Kromtlm Mtlwaukra Sentinel. Dec IS.)
Two (laughUrs of Hole-ln-tlie-Duv, tlie
noud Cliliewu Indian elder, or Mimic
evia, are oci ir cilnailtil unci
under tlie I; Ind
caio oftlie S-'hool Sisters of
i ne Kill nrv liitflllgeut, and are making
...u w ttrrui progress in acquiring tuc
aceouiniisliments of their pale-faced sls-
ieri. me elder or tho sisters, about
twelve years of Hgc. Is said to be very apt
In her studies, and her elster, two years
younger, is Indebted to her for rcnily In
icrpreiaiion or ilincult points.
While the reporter was at St.
Jlary'ii Institute, on ycste-tlav afternoon,
tbo young ladles had received and were
entertaining three young friends who had
come nil the way from Minnesota to visit
them. Tho boys ranged lrom eight to
years oi age, ana were litm hikicI
mens ot tho Indian race. M'ss Hofe-In-thivDay
was dressed In plain black bod
Ice anil a llamlng dre of the Dolly Var
den pattern, and her sl'ter hi u m at
calico. 1 ho children couvranwl in their
native Ioiil'iic ami nniwurcd to Ix- hluhlv
pleasiil to ooot each other. The bovt
are in ciiarge or n liilmloiinrv and lll
also bacducutcd t omo (,'ntfinllo histl-
tutiv. Ki,r. nr brlL'ht. InielliL'ent lads.
and their education will nmk.. thmn in...-
nil hi Die Kn'at work or civilizing their
brethren of tho forest. As for the girls
tney are wen provided for by tho kind
nnu paueui oisuts oi ine instituii! anil
will wcoino worthy members of society.
John Holshouser will goto St. I.ouls
next Monday for new goods. Ilusincs
Is lively, and it keeps hlni hiisy to Keep
the stock up.
Henry KdiMcmauhas returned from
the '.inmcrclal College at St. I.ouls,
for' " hl pa olmient, and Eddlemau
II is arc, 'iiei'efni'i, ready to settle
with their .'iMomcr acconllng to the
Italian n ntloir.
; imon Adon lint returned with his
r-imliy from Kansas, whither lie had gone
to establish a new home, lie says Unit
the battle with c.hlncli hugs, grassliiii-
M-rs, and drouth is an unequal one, ami
a little too much for him.
AimlW tnnril.lge al f.si. Little .
olllceou the 21th Inst. Tills time it was
Enooli I). I.atliam and Sarah Nance.
Wind an amount of Invplii'-ss this young
couple would have lost if the world had
come to an end according to the Miller
Ed. Davis ha' gone to Chicago witli
a car load of sweet potatoes. Tit? car
was provided with a stove and fuel to
keep the temperature above I'n-c.Ing
Mr. Davis is one of our working men
and we wish lilm success.
The ladles of tlie Presbytctlau Sew
ing Society will hold u fvstUal on New
V'-.ir's Eve, December !lls, In l,euvcn-
wot til's liall; (he proceed io lie applied
to sii'talnliiL' the Dougola inlnl'try. The
public lire Invited to participate.
There are iimnlslnkabUi signs that
Christina', Is on hand. Santa Clans has
materialize! again and paid Ills aimiial
visit, making little souls happy. The
big souls syinpathlj'd with the little
ones, and aro happy, too. Christina
was a grand Invention.
Still they come. This time It was
spcndldchlbonk, presented bv E. M. il.iri
well. The swearing-olV ha, of course
been Indefinitely postponed, and our part
or tlie tobacco tax will continue to llow
Into the public treaiiiry.
i lie women jui now are piou lj en
deavorlng to prescve the vitality of their
oleanders. What a pity it Is that the
folks can't live where tlie shrub are In
digcuou. It would save a great ded of
care and anxiety; and their hu-lnnds
would not be required to carry big tub
full of dirt with little trees In them, back
mid forth as the temperature change
and could save their profanity for utile
I he Illinois Central will furnish free
transportation to Chicago and return to
the members of the Southern Illinois
Fruit Distributing Association. A trai
will leave Cairo on tlie morning of tlie
1th proximo, and will accommodate not
to exceed three hundred members. Tick
ets will be good till the lUtli inclulve, and
tlie member will return, at coincidence
on regular passenger trains. The railroad
company are quite generous in this mat
ter, and the members of the Association
will appreciate their generosity.
For some time tlie making of Hour
barrels has not paid our coopers a Justlll
able prollt, on account or tho high rate ol
freight to Cairo and a market. The fact
was made known to the railroad coin
pany, and, with tho prospect of In
creased shipments by lowering freight
the company made a considerable re-
ililctlriM In r-ili.o in... - "'lll-l.u
.j i. mis coopeis. Now, theCairomll.
lers, knowing of tlie reduction, and after
saying that they would take all the bar
rels that the Dougola coopers would
make, l.cgln to dl-crlmlnate against them
ny' '"ring pric on their wares with
ot .iiriiig orrc-pMidfiigly on the
Cairo miiiv-iHctiires. Thl seems to be
mi alter t to pocket tho advantage that
wi, . con.al to our coopers, to encourage
mem and cniime iiiem to continue bu
i.os. uthls policy he iier.-lsted In, It
will drive our coopers Into other employ
ments, or other markets, and the ten to
rtftecn thousand barrels that they have
heretofuri) annually furnished, to tlie mil
lers and merchants of Cairo wlM have to
be drawn from some nth point. Cairo
must play fair with on.' mechanic if kic
wants to continue tin- game with them.
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! I
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
AVhulrvulw und itrtall Dralrrt In
rUJtE LAKE ICE
CAIBO, ILLS, aad COLUiiBUB, K7.
oaiuo birriCE i
At HiUaa & Wll.on'ii, OoiurTwalnh St,
aaMi WM4W MlVUVt
WK Hill run an Jtv won Uiroughout ibe
hraiun. dl Urrliu nun. m. i i.. ... ..
1 Tit '"."7 "c 'uhmi mam: iiriiv. anj
wl laljofiirnUh ourrrim., ouuldrtlmcitr wild
aai llV trill v ai hp fa ljrtt . . A i. . t l . . i
Irl i.f II,. Mil. .1 . .veil. RUV
THE MASO-N & ilA.MLIN
WINNLItS of three hlRhvtt iuUd nd dl
1'arli, Imr;. now odtrlhr llnr.t orln.rt J.r
ifbrai laoiltfl vtmut in tUe urld, Including
pw ylM with rwfut Improvenimn not ! , f
irliHltrly for null, u foruwrly, bul aUo n"i
vrlu.l..,lu r..i..idli i .. ... . "i
tier.offtrnl Orirum rvnttil Willi urivlli;..
'iirvliaM, to ulmont anjr part of tlif couutrr
iri iu nif oi ivwoi upwardi
JUUktriltnl CUtaloru4 anil lrrtl!i.i m.ii
particular, win inruaiKjUMt. Addm
XASON St HAMLIN ORQAN CO.,
Uoitoo, Ntw Vork crCliicaifo
sY'II'I'IAM n. SMITH, M. D.
ItKflllKNCt: No SI Thlrlvrulh slrcel, lie-
wrn Vnliln(ton eicnuc and Walnut ttrrvt.
OKKIUKlNnrth lilc of Klghtli Urtrt be
tmtn Commercial mid Washington bm ihic.
DUNNING, M. D.
KKslIlKNCKi ("orinr Mntli nd wat.ut
(ll'1'll.'Kl Cntnn Slsth strret and Ohio trir.
Ori'll'K HOt.'ltS. From On. m In Km., and
from i in s i in
OFt'KK; lluder' JIloiU, (u,-Mulr.), oorner
eighth Klmtand WBnlilngton ainiue.
iivttvt. n wiTffPi.irn
AUorncy at I.a'.
OFKK'Ki Ohio Iue, over mora fnrmerl)'
ocrlipled by 1'irtt Natlouul llnnk,
JyJULKEY & SON,
AitornevN al Iitur.
Ol'KRl.. Klghlh Strrtt, MwrrnComtner
i IhI mill Wellington at ruurs,
liihli It Mulkrr I
U lllhim ; Mulkejr ,
AttorncyN and C'ouiiNclorM
Ot'KIChi Ohio liw, n n 7 and 8 mer
tit- .NhIIouhI ll.mk,
Wllllntnll Rrren, )
William II Ullhrrt, CAlltU. ILLINOIS.
Mllcx t ied (lllhert, )
.T.Slirliil klfflitlnn irttci M Aitmlr.1tv uni
StiniiilMiiit Luiilnii .
C. i Arlfr J, W Menrarl,
AETER & STEWART.
(Siicsore to 1) Arter A Co )
No. . Commercial Avenue,
Bristol & StilweU,
Kcop ovorything pertaining to
tho lino of Staplo und Fancy Gro
ceries, Woodonwnro, Vegetables,
Fruits, &o., &c.
Wagons, Carts, Porambulators,
Swings, Tables, Chain,
Trunks, IJlsl s,
Malaga Grapes. Fruits,
Nuts, Oake'J Can
I 0. TIIK
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
Tow-Boat For Sale
IW. Siilnrrllwr "Aim fur ! Ihn rilraiu
. Tulllll Mfru.M'liM'l Una,. IL 1 llmiilH
ulthviiKiiiM, m.ichlii-ry, lucklr., HiiparrUnd
niriillurn n .lie nuw Wet at L'alru, 111.
nrr iriiuui hi us nrr umiuur.'i ni, lur
'Ptti A lll-t mill llfinr..4 7M limn. Mi Iih. 4
"illirnJIfiTt iDlii.-ftndailinriiMiHunirti'r. Jl,lc-I.
iirimture Hiisin- with cylinder 17J5 lurhulu
lUnifter audUlwtiitulei a fwd Hiinix In
fhx In dUiritUr und 17 liictit -irokn auj ull
uioJtin loiiironuurnU.and u la ry naiiect
,tattnh i ..... .. .....Til...
unvlgatloa. J'or triiut jpl- to.'
New Music Store.
ilffi BA2AR !
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Zs XTow Open.
Muslcril Morchnndiso of all kintln
nt prices to suit tho timoa.
Mer. Itobhlns would niinnunre to
that kuvliu hrcn. as tlu-y trust, '
fa'orahly known throuKh
out this rr clnii as deal-i-rsln
tlAN.s.Ac.con. iH'i tril ultli
house of V. V.
Kiinliall of Clileniro, for
tlie p.it ten yeum, they
h.ive eimcluded to open a Music
Store In Cairo, where they will keep
on hand, mid lie couatantlv In rroi'lnt ((
wen thing lu tlielr lli.o desired hy tAelr
From the Celebrated manufactory of
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
of Ilostos. A Piano of world-wide rcputi
tlon und ronnldcrod br all our noted mil
klrlans to he thn hnt l'iuno nw mado In
the United Mali; alfo, th- .try popular
GREAT UNION l'MNO
Made In New York, of wlilcb wi liavo sold
over 400 in Houiliem Illinois. gilos perfect
'I'lii- ninst perfect and ilurahlr Orian ever
nude, there being now tier otio1! In utv,
Kimball Orchostral Organ.
A verv lino Initnuiii'iit, adkided to IN'
SIHtlMKNTAl. AS WKI.I.AS hACUKI)
Mt'.SK". ami bcenmli more aud more iiop
uUrctrry d ij'.
A crest variety, selected nltli ere, a'ld
ailnpted to the w juti ofourclls'oiuriK, con
isiinir of nil tin' new av,d populjr nm.lcif
thn ilay, HO I'll VOCAL AND IN.VIltL'
.MKNTAL. A Largo Collection of
Studies & Exercises
TOE THE USE OF SCHOLARS.
Wc would call Fprrlal attention of leach
er to iiepartinent of our utock.
Order solicited, and intilc eleeted
Milt uud tent hy mall, on ame tvniii
as from lari:u citlen.
c will furnMi nur nitiile to teachers at
tliii LMial dlncoiint ; will select mimic for
your scholars, if you will let us kuow thu
Kraio anu myio ucireu.
Teacliern evervwhere are requested to
kenii us nioir aililrcus, anu wc win lecj
thrm lnlonneU of the new iublIcatloDi.
CYMBAL BAND INSTRUMENTS,
OF A-.L KINDS, FURNISHED
ALL KINDS OF SMALL GOODS
mm pegs, FINGER mm
CAPA d' ASTROS,
Willi hundred of nrtlcles in our line, re
quiring too much njiiicu for enuniirntlon,
t 'Very drserliition on hand, o,' furuhhed
Fur all KIihIk o( Itiitruncnt.
All l'iunoi told Uy uh are Warranted (ire
years, nnU satiructloiiu;irunttt'l.
PIANOS OB ORGANS
SOU) ON MONIHLY PAYMENTS.
Tlil, I riiitf the only n--r .Mutiu Sloro
De.irer tUmi Ht. I.ouls, '.vu liiipi our fair and
liouonbli. ilenlinK in)' I'idiU'o our frlen di
to atirtilu uk hy a liberal rmtionago.
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MEN'S AND B05c"S
FURNISHING GOODS, MOROCCO BAGS, &C,
Is now prepared to show one of tho most su
purb stocks ever offered in ;his community.
He will not be undersold.
SILK HATS A SPECIALTY!
Gentlemen desiring hits of a precise fit
can have the measure of taeir heads taken to a
hair, and their head gearmade to order in the
latest fashion and finest style.
79 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
EDML'f D HUEFNER, Propriotor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will alwavs find the best accommo
A trusty watch for
HOTELahb RESTAUR' T
Corner Ohio Levee
HAS.RY WALKER, Propriotor.
OPEN DAY AND ITIOHT. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
T. E. SULLIVAiNr,
DlBAIiBXl I INT
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
TOILET AUD FANCY COOES,
152 Commoroial Avonue, betweon Ninth and- Tenth Btroati,
i ARTER & STEWART
113 Commercial Avonue.
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trains and boats dav and
and Sixth Street,