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ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Any iHMlneaa Ann cob have thnellare
fane, in tlUn eoluoia ualar approprlata deadlus
I limine ol ).M r aionUiur CM per year
Hardware. Mtawee u4 Tla War.
A. II ALLKV Dealer ia Harm, Tla and Had.
r, UUa aM raraMra' Iwpkatenle. Wire
iooda, lUrlaateiM., 1'uape l Uwidert.
IA Uaiaanlai Artatw. timterlaf, and Jot
Work dona as abort notice.
I.S.MctMBEY-Dealerlaiiardaad toft Ian.
ui, logrbifi eaUlox, aldlai aad eurbuaed
U.eiber, lain ad tbUiflM. uffloe and yard
to mar twentieth Mreetaad WaikleitoaiTwue-
t ivrivrlfl a tiru v i
Wota, blind, a.. bard aad aofl luuter and
ungue. ie4 aaa ontoa, Uiauuerclal hmui,
D. U A Rl'atAJt-lMalw la Quaauwan. Tufa.
fiais .ad all kind, of raaey enlel-a. Luuuuar-
i M mai man tin eww.
WILLIAM WlNTKHr-tixto atm bettfata
rlolhlB ajaal raataal ffaUartaar,
. 'llOkUI ATlUB-BUreliaat Tailor aad dealee
I . .. a 1 1. tit. H till
Bail Bala Aastaa.
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tar aee-iaedaau,oiv liaiaoaieeal a fa,
, ' . Caaaaalaaiaai MeVehaaie.
11 M Kf.fi A TBlfLKVO0Cw.
U inaa- aad- Xobaata factor, and ar
wieutn ee laa rmwi' luaacrs wawaaof.
js iw fc.raaaaiii.tiar atom.
V , Uaaarai
aauVhanlj for the eall vfVaraa, Vardea, Ur-
laaroana watry rroaaco. e uaio urrrt.
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ip a Oeeenl Votwardiaa aad Cooua talon
anaan, aaa aiaiere u en aiaaaar rrau aad
Mm. MOatoLaaar. toe.Hiiwaale nlla-
jMi maxaia nuaaaae oa aaai naaoa ,
"iria hlu in TWeM7ee7ee aed'ae'
Tjaaalaai edrrala Q1 t tuarted a the
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aav Iraaaaaaavjaajqaamlaaa , A liaarai
IwtUkaajaaa MaajajAaf aaddlapl
raaaaal aotiaa at Ktfeoef
afnalnlai at peer trdara u aula tor
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m da. aad aaakianlnanalwill ba Uaarlad
WEDNESDAY, VoTMBaaT 7, 1877."
Tuesday Nov. 13
Si lupi ui H Imp Tnnltg.
Sflltf Silver Cornet Band,
apart, ui CompUtd Orchtitra.
BcMrTddMktawUboat extra charge at
rHartBun'i Qaaaniward Btort. -
Honday Nov. 12.
MtSTtr oara or me worm.
Iaaalgukt,uMta and uaapproatbabl
pregraDDia or aoveiuei.
AdmlMltn 10 MBtt. Biurrcd iitta 7ft
oeata. Saati caa tw Mcured al Kartaai'i
kla aad clan Store.
Cm 48. B. 0M8T, Agent.
Ta Aaa roMle, ,
Tb unddnigned wlihei to Inform the
ltlzens ot Cairo that h will be ready In
ahori time to furnish them with all
kind- ei treet, rach af lrult-tre n ot ercry
leeerlpcioo, Shade-trtea, Flowen,
gbrube, Plaoti. ETerjrreen treei, (or
CbristmaitTt different kind and ilzes,
at the loweit prieea and termi. There
fore, lend In year order, early to bare
them on band la time. All Information
f Iren on application. Orderi to bo left
t Edward Ihlelecke'i grocery store, on
Eighth itreet; Ernest Pettlt's, on Twenty-eighth
street and Commercial arenue;
MateaU. corner DWilon and Washing
ton arenue; or to Albert Grlndler hlm
aair.erthronghthepoitofflee. " '
. , teeOMtall
Money by gatttaff your balldlng m ateria
otLMWuterABief. They are selling lum
Ur at nlll prieaa; t Urge amount of white
plat and eyfitM shingles ol the best bran
ODitantly on hand. Wt Mil pint shin
gics at $1.71 per thousand; tawed cedar
pests at at M eenU each white pine floor
IngatiaSJOper thoBsaad; pine siding
at 115.00 per thousand. Try your luck
triththltlro. ; ; , " ' . M ,
Tho election is over, ami now lut All
hands settle down to banlncss again.
TheroadSi under the iullucuce of the
wind and warm ma, will sion Iw In Rood
-The culvrUlnuient hl evening at
tlie residence of V. 1). Gilbert, Eii., wus
unosuslly well attcuded. Tim CTcniug's
entertainment was entered into witli
pleasure by all present.
Bum's Cod Liyeb On., Lime and
Wild Cherrt A pleasant medicine, and
certain remedy for Consumption, SerofU'
la, Debility, etc. Now Is the time to use
It. Jno. C. Vekcr k Co., Drugglsti,
Tbomss Casehe, the colored boy who
was so dangcrouily stabbed In the sculUe
at the Planter's House on Monday even
ing, was much better last night, and bis
recovery is now hoped for. Ills wounds
are f ery dangerous, howerer.
Mayor Winter bos notified the mem
bers of the city council and city officers
to meet at bis office at (1:30 o'clock t'jls
morning, where they will proceed In a
body to pay their respects to Capt. Jas.
B. Kadi. Thou; citizens desirinjf to
oln the party are Invited to do so.
The clteoubell met last Light, His
Honor, Mayor Winter and Messrs. Kit
tenuous, Wilght. Lancaster and This-
tlewood belof present. There being no
quorum present, on motion of Alderman
Riftenhouse, the meeting was adjourned
until 7:30 o'clock this evening.
Mrs. ft. Vrilllsmsvn is marking down
nergoods, and is now selling" straw hats
at prices lower than ever. Sue Is now
offering - hats which heretofore
sold at 75 cents to one dollar, for
3, 40 and 10 cents, and all
other goods In proportion. Her etoek ot
flowers Is very lame and range from 10
cents to 3 In price. The price lor press ,
log and remodllnjr ttraw hats has beeu
reduced from 35 and vO cents to 20 and 30
cents. Mrs. Vf. Invites all inspection of
her joods and prices. tf
-"Dr. Chaplin, ol Austin. Texas.
preached last night at the 1st Baptist
charch to a very law and attentive con
gregation. Jits sermon wis eloquent,
pathetic and eflective, and was highly ap
preciated, and there was one addition to
toe church. Alter the services were over
the members locked around their old
pastor and such a hand-shaking and Joy-
ui welcome was never witnessed nere
before. It was a source of great pleasure
Indeed to the doctor to know that be was
so effecttonately remembered by bis old
friends, end his emotion was plainly vlsi-
. He has done good service here In
the cause of the ehareh and his works
will he long remembered by all good peo
ple among us."
We clip the above from the Paducah
Dally Kewi. It is expected ttiat Dr.
Chaplin will arrive in Cairo to-day, en
route to Texas. Should he be unable to
make the southern connection he will at
tend the prayer meeting at the Presbyte
rian church to-night.
Wanted one good blaeksmith to take
eharge of a shop to do custom work,
For Information apply to
I. G. ISMKI.I.,
3t Jordan Station, Ky.
Juit received a ehoice line of black and
gold prints at the
No a. 4-3t New iork Store.
Harry Itabiaaaa a saiaalrale.
This, the boss troupe of all the first-
class minstrel organizations extant in this
country, will Tlsit Cairo on next Tues
day eyenlng, November 13th. Harry
Robinson's troupe has no equal. It is
the minstrel troupe of America. This
following Is what the Kansas City Tuns)
of October 1st say s of this excellent com.
Harry Robinson's Minstrels now stand
at the neaa ot tnac particular line ol busi
ness. This combination ranks in popular
favor with tho be;t la the land. It is to
day where Duprez k Benedict's. Cal.
Wagner's, Skiff A Gaylord's standard
combinations stood three or tour years
ago. This combination contains an ars
ray ot burnt cork talent which has never
before been excelled and seldom rivalled.
Every act Is new, e7ery song- Is a
novelty, each Joko is a good one and
each sensation is a pleasant
surprise, A - better combination
of novel and amusing minstrelsy has
never been weloomed to Kansas City. 1 1
would be tedious to enter into partloular
details as to last night's performance, it
Is so seldom that a minstrel troupe pre
sents anything startlingly new that a
mention of any particular act or scene
would be regarded as superfluous praise;
but It might be as well to remark here,
tbat the music Is superb, that the five
statue clog dances are brilliantly pretty,
and the baby elephant seene are worth
going a day'sjourney to see. It is seldom
the Timet awards unreserved praise to a
minstrel combination, but Barry Robin
sons' troupe certainly deserves all tbat
has been said. It is some satisfaction to
remark, In conclusion, tbat by particular
request the minstrels will remain here
to-day and give a new programme this
evening at the Opera ITouser
The finest cottage in town. Inquire ot
lw Gkorob FISHER.
Four of our 1-pound bars ot extra fam
ily and German soap for 25 cents, or 18
bars for f 1, at the
Niw Yorx Storz.
Mrs. Paallaa M. Pituitary, riaelrle
Ian, With medleated baths, would Invite the
attention of tho sick, and those suffering
with chronic diseases, nervous debility
exhaustion of vital power, neuralgia,
paralysis, female complaints, catarrh and
all Impurities of the blood. Her system
of treatment la pleasant and soothing,
no shocks are given; she has been very
suceesslul for a number of years, and
she does not hesitate to warrant a core,
where there Is any constitution to build
Having engaged the bath-rooms of Dr
Arter on Tenth street, between Washing!
ton avenue and Walnut street, where
the will at all times take great pleasure
In attendance 00 patients. Nov. Mm
llie elevtlou yestorday passed off
qiuctlv, there not being tho slightest
disturbance ol any kind at any of the
polls. The vote cast was large, and ow
lug to the largo number ol candidates lu
the Held, tho counting of tho votes was
slow and tedious, liclow we give the
voteot South Cairo preciuct: la North
Cairo at 2 o'clock this inorniwr not more
than half the votes bad been counted,
and it was evident that it would be it or 9
o'clock bsfbre tho tally sheets could be
made up. Toimorrow morning we hope
to be able to give the lull vote ot the
SOUTH CAIKO rniiCIXCT.
COUNTY J LOOK.
St'l'KRINTENDE.VT OF SCHOOLS.
JL'ITICE OV 11! K r-EACK.
C. S. Delay 20
For additional tax 2S5
Against additional tax 117 .
STATE HOUSE APPROPRIATION.
For appropriation 230
Against appropriation 130
SJaldcn Bla Cffc.
4 lbs. for (1.0C ; 4 lbs. choice Kio Cof
fee for $1.00 st the New York Store.
Nov. 4 3t
Wa Worklaf Efaehlaery Par Hale
One Plainer and Matcher, one Heading
plainer, one Surfacer and one Oigsaw
machine, for whieh I will take lumber In
payment. For terms apply to
24 lm James Bell, I'llin, Ills.
The Baptists ot the village ot Paducuh
are now holding a series of revival meet
ings, which are proving very successful,
and the interest in them seems not yet to
have reached its zenith. Jlev, C. C.
Chsplin, who a few w eeks ago conducted
a series of meetings here, is uow in Padu
cah and has preached a number ot ser
mons there. The tot of that town, re
ferring to Mr. Chaplin's presence, says ;
The interest ot the occasion has been
greatly enhanced by the presence and
preaching ot lley. C. C. Chaplin, former
ly pastor here, but now ot Austin, Texas,
where be has a tine church and a large
and intelligent congregation, including
the governor ot the state;
Brother Chsplin has been most warmly
welcomed by his old friends and the
Baptists here, as much so, perhaps, as
any perion who ever went
away from the city and returned. His
visit hss been an ovation, the cttizens
generally seeming to vie with each other
in exDreasions of pleasure at seeing him
again and making blm leel perfectly at
home, ue nas ampiy repaiu iue Hospit
ality by preaching ably and eloquently in
the cause and carrving them back to
bv-rona dava when he conducted
a revival here and bis de
votion In preaching every night for three
months, lie aaureesea eongregsuonn
veiterdav. morning and night, which
crowded the house to repletion, many
standing throughout the services. e
wish theohurch and pastor all success In
their efforts, and our friend vr. unapiin
a pleasant visit and a safe and happy re
turn to nis people ana nis iamny.
. B. B. W. floor.
We now offer the celebrated K. A O.
self-rising buck wheat flour In i lb.
packages to the trade. Best in use at the
Nov. 4 -3t St w Tori Store,
We learn that our Methodist friends
treated their minister, Rev. Mr. MorrN
son, and his estimable lady real badly
last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Captain O.
D. Williamson had called at the parson?
age to spend the evening, and whlh the
conversation was progressing there came
a ring at the door, which, when answer
od by the reverend gentleman disclosed a
large company of people who advanced
by couples and literally "took" the place,
Each arm bore a small paokage of some
thing eatable which was deposited In the
dining room, which, before the surprised
host and hostess could understand what
was really in the wind, was full ot pack
ages of all kinds, ranging In size from
a tooth pick to a barrel of flour. Mr.
Morrison and family only moved into the
parsonage lut week, and the visit last
night was a veritable 'house-warming''
and a most complete surprise.
Mrs. L. J. apeara,
No. 118 Commercial avenue, Winter's
Bleek, calls the attention of the ladles to
her large stock of fall and winter millin
ery, ot the latest designs, which she Is
dally receiving from New York and
MONDAY, OCTOBER 22,
she will hold her
continuing one week, and wishes all the
ladies to call and examine her goods.
As her stock Is large and complete vis
itors can rest assured of finding her
stock to suit the most fastidious,; and she
will take special orderi for anything that
may not be In stock. Ocl4-lm
tans. Jaa. B. Kade ! Addr.aa ii.a riti
aroa of fair T-Iaj n rn u'rlwrU
Let All Claiaaa of Oltlnaaa Tain Out to
Mayor Winter, at a late hour last eyeu-
lug, sent us the following for publication
HISSISIII'PI RIVER IMPROVEMENT.
Capt. James B. Kads will aduress the
Dullness men and tne citizens In general
Ibis mornlnr at 10:30 a. m.. at the Athen-
eum.upon the subject of the improvement
01 tne Mississippi river, a sub ect in
which we aro all interested. 1 would
therefore request that the business man
mo laborer and all oiner classes ot our
citizens to turn out and hear the remarks
of our distinguished visitor.
HENRY WINTER, Major.
Cairo, Nov. 0, 1870.
The subject of the Improvement of the
Mississippi river is of vital importance to
the people of Cairo. In tact we may say
that the future of Cairo depends, in
great measure, upon the work to be done
In this respect. Capt. Eads has demons
strated to the world tbat bis ideas of
river Improvement are the correct ones
The jetties at tho mouth of tho Missis
slppi are an assured success; and It
Is now In order to urge
not only urge, but demand the improve.
ment ot the Mississippi from St. Paul to
the gulf, t'apt. Eads will address our
citizens upon this subject. Kvcry citl
zen of Cairo bos an Interest In this mat
ter. Let all turn out and hear him.
New Breakfast ISacon,
Apple, Butter, etc., at the
Nov. 4 3t New York Store.
Titer la Daofer Ahead.
When those usually active little organs,
the kidneys are neglectful of their duties
and grow sluggish, tatty degeneration,
Bngbt's disease, diabetes, and other dan
gerous maliodles, are the result of neglect
to remedy this inactivity by medicinal
means. When the all important func
tions of the kidneys are imperfectly dis
charged, those organs need stimulating,
and the best possible sgent for that pur
posesince it pertorms its office without
exciting them is Uoatettcr's Stomach
Bitters, which, in combination with its
tonic and cathartic properties, possesses
valuable qualities as a diuretic. Both
klincys and bladder are strengthened by
it,and the vigor which It imparts to tnem,
and the gentle but effectual impulse
which it giyes to their operations, is the
best possible guaranty against their be
coming diseased. The bitters are invalua
ble in other respects as well as the above
since they remedy general debility, uters
lue troubles, chills and fever, dyspepsia,
constipation, gout, rheumatism, and
We were pleased yesterday to receive
a call from Mr. E. W. Gortkold, advance
agent for Mr. Harry Robinson's celebrat
ed minstrel combination. Mr. Gorthold
is an honorable gentleman, and repre
sents the best and most perfect minstrel
combination in America. This, we know,
Is saying a good deal, but we have reason
to believe every word of it. The com
pany will visit Cairo on next Tuesday
evening, and between now and then we
shall take occasion to Bay more of the
merits ot this unrivalled troupe,
Judge Bross left the city last evening
on a business trip In the south. He wlil
be absent some considerable time.
Nilllary ao4 Paairy tiooria.
Mrs. C. McLean, Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial
avenues, is just in receipt of an elegant
and complete stock of Millinery and
Fancy Goods ol every kind. Among
other articles we may mention that she
Is selling fine black straw hats In all tho
latest styles at from 40 to 0) cents; ele
gant patterns at prices lower than was
ever offered to the trade; flowers and
feathers from 10 cents to $1; silks and
velvets in oil the new shades at prices to
suit. In the hosiery for ladies and child
ren line her stock Is not equaled by any
other establishment in the city, and she
asks the ladies to call and examine them
before going elsewhere. Mrs. McLean
will sell her goods of all kinds as cheap,
If not cheaper, than the same kind of
goods can be bought elsewhere in this
market. She solicits an examination 0'
tier stock and prices, believing that she is
prepared to please all whom may favor
her with a call In both. Ladles desiring
to have hats pressed can have tho same
done for from 25 to 35 cents. 5-"tf
Council Chamber, Cairo, III.
November 0th, 1877. J
Present Mayor Winter and Aldermen
Lancaster, Rlttcnhouse, This tic wood and
A quorum not being present, on mo
tion ot Alderman ltlttcnhouse, Counell
adjourned until Wednesday eyenlng, the
7th Inst., at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
J. B. I'hillis, City Clerk.
Is 10 eommon in the country as scarcely
to need comment. The causes which
produce It are sach as cold. Irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatlo exhalations,
Ac. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural Implements are manu
factured, the grinder proteots his lungs
from the Injurious effects of the dust
flying off the grindstone by wearing a
respirator, The coal miner era 1 1 do
seends the shaft provides tjimeolf with a
safety lamp to guard against fire-damp.
Now It is equally necessary fo? those
who are brought In contact with any; ot
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against It, the home stomach bitters.
SIUNAL SERVICE REPORT.
tow watm. BIm or Fat
rr. m. ft, ix.
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7 xi 1
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10 3 1
Pitt, burr ,
arniEij m. watscs;
Jkrgcani Saal Service, U, B. A.
The Mary Elizabeth leaves Cincinnati
for New Orleans to-day.
a big swell Is reported In the Yazoo
and Tallahatchie rivers.
The weather night before lait wasaulte
winterlsb and the first Ico of the season
was found yesterday morning.
Cummefeial says Noah Potts, one of the
oldest and best Cincinnati pilots died at
his residence In Shawneetown.Pa., on the
The James. W. Gaff, Cons. Millar and
V Innle were well laden lor the South.
Captain James Lee of Memphis, is In
the city, and says the railroad transfer
steamer building at Metropolis is to be
launched on Saturday next, and will be
Immediately taken to Memphis.
me Jno. Wood and Joseph Bicrley.
with a large tow of barees, left for the
Ohio last evening. Mike KUley Is one of
the pilots on tho Wood and Oeorge Clark
on the Blgley.
The sprightly Jim Fisk for Paducab.
Silverthorn lor Lyanayille, Grand lower
for Yicksburg arc due to-day.
Captain Ihorwegan's new steamer
Charles P. t houtean will bo ready to
leave St. Louis the latter nart of ihla
The work on the river back of this city
continues without interruplance and a
great deal ot good is being done.
The Hickory loaded with axhandle
timber and towing two barges ol the same
for St. Louis passed yesterday.
The Laura L. Davis has a fair trip lor
St. Louis. Another shipment of coal has
left Pittsburg. .
Tho - Jno. Oilman and barges
and A. J. Baker and barges are
due from St. Louis, Captain James B.
Eads will address the people of Cairo at
the Atheneum at noon to-day on the sub-
ect of river improvement. There is no
subject In which our people are more
deeply interested and a large audienco
will greet him.
New Orleans Tuna, Nov. 4th: The
new Golden Crown having, during her
stay with us. been much admired br the
lovers of the good and the beautiful ,left lot
evening lor Cincinnati wttn a good cargo
list, comprised in part of 3.030 bbls. rosin,
1,000 socks salt, 2C) bbls. oranges, 50
hhds. iron, 50 bales paper stuff and 100
tons sundries; also 00 cabin passengers.
a i iusDurg uispatcu to tne Cincinnati
Mr. Charles Schoenmeyer has received
a large lot ol the celebrated Cobden cider,
(aptel weln) which Is beyond all question
the best and purest cider ever sold in this
city. Families desiring It can procure
mis cider m quantities to suit, by the
pint, quart or gallon, or In larger quantl
ties. Persons desiring cider by the bar
rel can have their orders filled by notifying
Mr. Schoenmeyer at his saloon at the
corner of Tenth street and Washington
avenue. Mr. Schoenmeyer has also just
received a consignment of the celebrated
California Riesling wine, which is
iqual to any Rhine wine. This
wine Is manufactured from the
celebrated German grape, and has no
superior in the country. And further, he
keeps Moerlelns' beer, the beat made,
and a full line of choice liquors and ci
gars. Call And see Charlie. He Is al
ways glad to see his friends, and will be
lound ready to serve them. A free lunch
spread every morning at ten o'olock. tf
A fEW OF THE PRICES AT
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
14th AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 lb Amber C. Sugar $1 00
10 lb N. Orleans " 1 00
i lb Rio Coffee 1 00
3 lb White Sugar 1 00
4 lb Soda 25
4 Boxes Matches 25
Starch, per pound 05
6 Bars Soap 26
Coal Oil. per gallon 25
And all other goods very cheap.
Also, just rccclvad, a choice lot ot Pure
Spices, Mustard, English Tablo Sauce
Call and see us. 24-Gc
AT THE SAII OLD HTAND.
ot Rlrbnrd Hlrnfir bat tfalaoa
Mr. S. Matson desires to announce to
the citizens of Cairo and the surround-
.tig country, that bo bas returned from
California, and again casting his lot In
Cairo, has opened a now stock ol BOOTS
AND SHOES at the same old stand, No.
140 Washington avenue, beUeen Eight
and Ninth streets, where, while thanking
his old friends tor their post patronage,
ho desires to sbake bands with them, and
supply them and many now customers
with anything they need in his line. His
stock is coming right in every day, and
j tho. best tho market affords. All are
ovltod to call. 37-lm
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Reiser building, where he Is
better prepared than ever to atoommo
date hia patrons and the public who
may favor blm with a call, ns has gens
to considerable expense In fitting up a
eouDle of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest lm
nrovaments and conveniences. He cm-
ploys only first class workmen sad those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to In style and will receive
courteous treatment. t
A jbx B. Bll.ll
', Emm m ClaUaaaStU,
n n n
Double'breasted, two eolora and heavy
Sold hut year at 15. A big reduction la
the price of overcoats from last yaar'i pri-'
PMfTMlY nQlliT QTHftf?
lltaWIVIl iafllWWI UlUlIb
loonier 18th Street & OomYl KwfTnf
I Hate Opened an
Aad Toilot -6sTtioIc3, ,
To Which I Call the Attention of tho TnbUo. t ' i
ail will make the accurate comnanndlns-nf nhviioiana nuinit.. .
( )f J $2.00 (Sato
k T5V fey rWMJ.AU JLK-
Is Preferred to all Others :
Ut. They aramadaol the beat "WAMU'TTA" MUSLIN.
llnVn0m, " U,W P'r Bd "UMl" f ,h b,t llMB " pIy U,, naranteH te be all
3rd, Th. y arc made only 1 capable and experieaoed audi, aad are eanfoU v lametad and
are un.urpaaaed by any other In workmanahtp. 7 pswa aaa
Try Them and be Convinced!
FOR SALE ONLY' BY
DEALER IN hJ ' , ,
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Garpeta, Etc.
124 COMMERCIAL AWESVU.
COME AND SEE ME !
I am now offering my entire
for thaSiext Thirty Bays
At I intnd t quit the butmts.,
PARTIES IN SEARCH OF BAR
GAINS SHOULD NOT FAIL TO
GIVE ME A CALL.
Cor. 6th Street and Ohio Levee.
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T3 OHIO LEVEE,
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