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An Killtnr nncl Printer Nliootlnsr nf
, i:nch Otlirr AVIio Couldn't, on 1'iiir
Trial, lilt ilie .Mite of a Bnrn.
Pine Bluff, Ark., April 18. Arthur
Murray, editor of the nnd A.
D. Wright, late a compositor on that j aper,
Indulged in a street duel last evening. An
tirticlo in the denounced
Wright as a cowardly traduccr and hypocritical
scoundicl, and an ur.Berupuloiw
liar, Wright was on the pavement of tlio
postoflice as Murray approached from tlio
south side. When Murray was about midway
of the street Wright rapidly advanced,
and when within a foot or two of the
former fired over the shoulders of Rev. l)r.
Drowning, pastor of the MothodiHt Church,
who was between him and his antagonist.
Murray promptly returned the fire over
tho other shoulder of tlio minister, and
pushed him aido, mid endoavored to fire a
second time, but tho cylinder of his pistol
declined to do duty. Wright foil buck
gradually, tiring, and about this time the
police both parties. Wright fired
threotimo and Murray once. Wright was
arrested on tho cliirge of assuult with intent
to kill. Six lawyers, among them the
Stato's Attorney, witnessed tho affair, and
ns lawyers are proverbial for not agreeing
two testified that Wiight fired the tivet
phot, two that Murray did, and the other
two did uot know which did. The preponderance
of tho evidence wns that Wright
did. Murray's face was burnt with powder,
as was Dr. Browning's, so closo to him was
the firing on both sides.
' Bon Buttcrworth has been appointed
special attorney in tlio South Carolina
election cases in phico of Crowley, resigned.
Tho Comptroller of tho Currency has
authorized the Cincinnati National Bank,
of Cincinnati, to engage in business witli
a capital stock of SoUO.000.
CommiosioncT Dudley says his July report
will bhow that every claim pen ling in
tho oflico oould be disposed of in a day it
necessary evidence was furnished.
Postmaster General Oresham made a formal
call on Treasurer New yesterday.
They were vory civil to each other us becomes
In nocordauoe with a telegram fiom
Secretary ('handler, received at the Nnvy
(DepartiiiCMt, tliu Tallapoosa lias been ordered
to from Key West, Fin., to
St, Auimiine. to receive tho Presidential
paity on board. !?he will le.ich St. Augustine
to-day. It id not known wh.it the future
movements of the Piee.d.'ut will bo. but i.
is thought tl.ui tho party will start at
once OI.J.1.C Ta'lupoo.sa fur Washington.
A Disastrous JilnIo Ilnll.
St. Lows, April l;5. A roniarkablo case
of acoidenUl shooting occurrod in Jacob
Itlfrich's saloon. Belleville, 111. August
Minic, who livos iibout three miles from
town on tho load, nnd Mary
Wisstttt, aged eighteen, a domo'tlo in
hoiuo, worn both shot at tho same
instant by a single discharge of un old
pcuperlxix pKdd. The young
woman called Minlo to open the pistol, saying
that she could not. lie complied, and
tho ancient weaKn was discharged. Tho
bull firM pas.-oil through the palm of his
lelt hand and otruok MUs W'issctt in tho
right iliigh. lodging in her left thigh. It
will be several days l.ol'.iio tho extent of
her injuries are known, but this morning
Hhe is tolerably easy. Minis wn3 taken to
the house of a ie!u.ivo.
A Suspicions fuse of IlanJirnptcy.
Ctuc.uio. April 1U. John Mormon, a
carriage inakor, confessed judgment to-day
for $2,600 in favor of his brother William.
The causo of his failure ho alleges to be
that burglars last night took $7,000 from
bis safe, leaving him practically a bankrupt.
Detectives this morning examined
his safe and aro suspicious that Morrison
himself took the money, as the safo was
found locked this moiuing bv the first
entering tho shop, but tho insido of
the safe hud been tampered with, and
greenbacks nnd checks were scattered over
tho floor. The case will bo investigated.
A Young1 Jinn Vaporized.
MrxciE, l.i., April 18. About 1 o'clook
yesterday Charles Rhodes, a young man
eighteen yeaiB old, Mailed to tho country
with a box of hercules cartridges under his
arm, used to blow up stumps. When only
kbout half n milo fiom the city the entire
box of cartridges exploded, blowing his
body to pieces. Some of his clothes hung
un trees neveuty feet high. Buildings near
by wero made a total wreck.
Inilliiim Sliilo Asylum.
Indianapolis, April 18. Tho new In-lane
Asylum Commissioners will go to
Hvansville Monday to initiate the work on
the new State Insano Hospital to bo erected
Ihere. Afterward they will visit the different
cities in tho State to determine tho
location of tho other two hospitals.
Condition or Iiidiitiui Crops.
I.NPiANArous. April 13. -Tho condition
of the Stato. crops for March, according to
leports received from cvory county by the
Indiana Farmer, makes tho following
averages, per cent.: Wheat, acres, 100;
wheat condition, 76; rye, condition, 80;
barley, condition, 81 ; clover, condltiod, 91 ;
timothy, condition, DO; horses, conditon,
100; cattle, condition, 09; sheep, condition,
97; hogs, condition, 98; peaoh buds
alive, iit); upplo buds alive, 8'2; wheat in
pioducers' bunds, 17; wages of farm liandi
jjic,' Mionth, ?17.
I Why SChirfr Beat Tlnnax.
' New Youk, April 12 Maurioe Daly,
, Win. Sexton and Joseph Dion have returned
! from Chicago, and express no particular
I fondness for tho now balk line game. They
i arc nuxious to meet Schacfcr and Yignaux
i at cushion caroms. Daly suys that Scha pier's
art of nursing the balls across tlio
balk line wns almost perfect, and ho
! thought with a littlo uu re prnctico that
1 Schaefer would bo able to play it almost us
i well as ho doos tho rail. Tlio game con-,
sists, lie says, in a continual repetition of
three shots. Yignaux had been taking lifo
gatly in Chicago until tho first night that
l Schacfcr played, and he saw this feat of
nursing. Alter that tho Frenchman
voted all his spare time to practicing it, but
he did not begin soon enough to save himself
l'r;d Wnoiicr's Itoil.v Found.
Ui;.vt:ii, Co i.., April 18. The body of
Fred Wagoner, brother of tho deceased palace
car man, a native of Now York, and mr
whom extended -parch was undo last fall,
was found by emigrants on the batiks of a
creek, eight miles from Powers' Station on
the Santa Fo Ruilnmil. The body was
terribly disfiguied. ami considerable
money was found scattered about. A bullet
hide in the back ol the nook prov es
conclusively that he wns niurdored for the
largo amount of money curried on Ids
111 ?'cc(l of un Intelligent JMi.yslHuti.
Cumtv.nouua, Tknx., April 18. Two
weeks ago two popular joung nieii died at
Norristown of what was nt first supposed
to be measles, but was really puiallpux.
Over 200 people attended their funeral, and
consequently were exposed to tho contagion.
There has been no vaccination in
Norrihtown fur event 1 yearn, and all who
weio exposed wero liable to hae the
Filtecu cases of smallpox developed
there Monday and sovetnl move
Tuosduy and Wednesday. The inhabitants
of the stiicken plnce tiro floeiuir in eveiy
direction, and the" town will noon bu unpopulated.
PiTTsnriio, Pv . i i i 1 13. ltlver 10 fuot 8
ini'lius uuii standing.
Whlkm.no, W. Va., April I!). ltlver 11 fiel
CiNci.NNvrt, April 13. ltlver "0 fuct 'J Inche
I.ocisvii.m:, Apill i: Ihvcr 1CJ.J feet In cniul,
ItllU II lent 0 inches III clmte.
Kvamjviu.j, April la. lliver 38 2-10 ftot ami
Caiko, 1i.i.., April 13. Itlvor 41 feet 1 in li
'ov York. April snU
1 uioilerNtoly uutlVft. Whi'Ht No. 1 while, $1 to.,
I o3.a Jred, May. 1 Ih'k. (..iru
, Mixptt Western, iot, 'HOibjn; Jo Aitur ,
I'rly 6711'. OaiS f(uM:. SiiIpn, Ihi.imj
l.il. ll"f Ne,v phtiii iii.sh, tl 7Stf 76; u w
extr.v do, &l.1(tll. INirk spot, new
, $!! M. Lard rmilcri'd, 11iOu. lluttei
Western, leMiw; Kliim rivmnerj, ale. (,hi'
l'lrni Ht 7il.V. Turii iitm' Fmiu nt Hf'Jo
lto'ii nt $1 7ol 7'i. Tulluu Firm at
'u' I - Wiiilwii, li li 1 1 ut '2XX .:
Toledo. .. l.l.
dctive and lc higher. iVo. 1 white, II (Ht; n'.'
I iln, tf.'e. No. i-il, ot, or A) ril, SI li.
Coin No. ! ot, .W,ej ii"iel, Wi ; i.o
Uit No. iAffot, Irte ttid; AIhv, !.- ; ic
lie. (,lor .icl Mmtiinot'h, S u;
illlie ineililiui, Mi o. i, ho.
IliiltSniore. Annl 13. Flour Howard iirit
nol ostein BUperi.tiP, $ "': pxim, W
7j; IhiiiiIv, wifii ". In-ill .W. a vniiier
p-il, $1 lS,(il l?i: Muy. SI I!'i4l l'i'.
foltl Mleil, lot, lil,(UlltuU lHI
W Mite, i'iJC'''e; mixed, nefitftJo. live (met ht
u''n: "ft pork, Sjo. Hulk
nnd clear nh Mile, run-bed, t
llu. Hie mi Hhoiilders, '.-; tlenr rilj sil s.
IJ.', Il.l.irt lltl.'ic. Lard Hellneil, W'r;
llilttcr W'U!iti 17i.':ie: roll,
nt l7yio. 1'etioloitm
' o!loe Km eHrgoe, orduinrv to niir,
8.jlii. Sunr X Mifl, b.'iC, Wbidhy QmtJt
, nml stendy at fcl lti(il 17.
i'liit'liiuiitl. Ainl 13. I-'lour Winter
J& 7iW'tn w; t.iinilv, M .Vigo; buker'.
7.r; Whetit -No. 2, red, ?! 10; eliouu
lmrd, 1 12ftil l:i. r orn No. 2, mixed "old nt ftV
mid .in held t flHe; mixed enr nnd rejeetod, "at
to-. Uati No. i inixcil, wli te,
)8c. lUrley Kxtiu No. I xpiui" nnd t.ill (Uniti'v.
.. .. .
ll..n 10.. 1. .....I J I. -.. ....-
.Ml linill ..nil ii- 111 I'lriMllU. .II H
olk, SIC f."18 tor kettle.
.s'.i'i klioit rdi hiii, lo'.
QlO.iifte. oar curod tncut Hhiii, lafltfcj
Hiiouldern. 9'Jie; bu on, lJmlJ1.,
biiiiis lOkill8,; do. rs s' .(
Sji"! do, l)HIie, lO'.jMlO'.e. Cnllpe llio, 10.
fermr, M'ie; fair, lO'J.Vl''cj ilioieu, lii(J.124';
.In vii, lF(32io; ."Vloeh.i, 2.Vhj7c. Smcir Solt A,
S'iftiSc, iitandird A, H'bc: sranuhitod, U';e;
yellow clnnlii.'d, 74(u8l4. Nnw
nood to prune. 4N(,.i. 12c, norjsluun, lii37c;
Apples I'riuiH to choke, $3ril '.'6 per burrol.
Cabbage SI 60A2 per barrfl. Onions ti
aj 25 per ban ei. flt'ueiunbor', 31 25(j$
SI 40 per doz. (ireeii .!. 2C(j2 i'i prr loz i
of thrfp peeks. Potatoes -Northern Ilurhank,
0"cftSl per bit; MkhiKun roe, .'.$!ii)o per bu.
Pwert Potato". Katern, 81 per lul, II.ij No.
1 timothy, $11M IS per Con; No, 2 do. JllKilOMi
per ton. ?li(ftl7. Leaf Tib.u eo
Theio was tin nntii'Hiilile utlvnnee m
tbe ood nnd fine j?iade, althouh troin the
prnrcltv of thoso tfludf it was in do.
, nmnd, Tlie price t tho (hit les were as
50 -iii, 6 in, 4, a, 4, o r,o, a, io 50, 13 73,
7 dO, 7 80, 5 30, 5 60, 4 85, 13 50. fi 0, 14 M', fi,
3 40, 4 86. C ,V, 11, 7 05, 7 CO, 7 1U, 7 10, 7 60,
7 20, C 6.5, 7 30, 7 SO, 0 75, 0 80, 0 0.5, U0. 0 70,
7 10, 7 70. 7 M, 'J, 10 50, lu 60, 3 70, 3 "O, U,
12 CO, 19 W, 12 25, 0 90, 4 40, i 00, 9, 5 20, 1U ,50,
e 85, 12,
Live Stock Market.
lilcno, April 13. Hogs Tho market
was steudy, with fair to pood liijfht ut J7 ill
(17 n.5; mixed nackinR, 57 l'37 65; choice
heavy, 57 07 90. Cattle Tlia market was
1 Mom and weak; no demand for choice; licavv bent,
1 io iAo lower; others, fi(lOn oir; nhippmcr. J0((j
1 0 40; common to f.dr, 85 255 8.5. Sheep Maiket
llownndvery weak1 common to fulr, J3 70(iJ5;
good to choice, 806 15,
Now York, April Tho supply
reported for to-day Is large, and especially r o for
this period of the week, with 140 at
.lersay City, and there Ih a slow, weak feeling lu
IiiilliiunnnlU, April 13, Hogs Market
: un 'hanged at 3U 7J7 80.
'liiclunntl. April 13, rattleCommon to
fair shlpnerH, 85(g5 0.5; good to choice, 55 75
(J 6(); j,'ood to choice buwhers', 15 26(au 25; fair to
medium. $4(36; cood to clioio cows. 35 2.MI
6 76; good to choice hetfors, 55 60(a0; coiiunoa
to fair oxen, S3M SO; good to choice, '(TjiI,
Hogs Select butcbers' and heavy shippers, 57 05
Oil W, with nono of the best on sale; fair to good
n.ickltig, ST 16(J7 65; fair to good light, 57 Wa
7 CO; common, 50 20?7; otilla, 55gjo 15; Htook
hois, 55 74(Jj,7. to oiioice, 53 aaa
9 25, and some extra, 38 60; fair to kooU clips 84
' (36. and culls, S3 J5(4 25; Lambs Are scare
and firm salo at 55 50$ a 26, for fair to good year.
, lings, and soma xtra, SO 60, and spring lambs,
I TliSlir, is: fair to good, or3 tas: 5i FOI i.
State & Monroe Gt:., Chicago.
Wlllwnitftem'il lisrj i.MtmlUIr
, UnWU UM I
for kWlj'i.'., ,lu l.ncmvihn I "Im
of iDltruiornts Suit., ( ISolLs
SIidJs. Prnm Mvr'i ?ufT. miI
1 jBi I foil, samlry Jiei.l UiHMt, li.nlrtne
'jsienn ', ht itinr' if. i in 'on ft' l I
cf Choice UiuU Muiic
. MOODY'Sl For nil
ii ill Drnnchett ot Dress
KfMflniflM NARKnl I Cutting, and every Rnrment
1 warflinS SCI1001 ah;k
DRAPING, and all tho FINISHING i'AKTS 'of
n ... f. , , . , ,
JtrOGlblOIl liUirCllltOCCL It iJ 2 EirCd.
living out of tbe cltj
BOARDED KHEE 31 West Ninth St.
I while ItainlDg, aNCINNATI.OUlO.
No other complaints aro so insidious In their at
tack as thoso altecting tlio throat and lungs : nono
m trilled with by tho majority of sutTcrers. The
ordinary cough or cold, resulting perhaps from a
trilling or unconscious exposure, Is often but tlio
beginning of a fatal sickness. A Villi's Ciu:iiUV
J'KCTOit.u. lias well proven its cluency in a forty
years' light with throat and lung diseases, nud
should bo taken lu nil cases without delay.
A TcitIIiIo CoukIi Cured.
" In 1?."7 I took .1 severe cold, which nffected my
lungs. I had a terrlblo cough, and passed night
nitur night without sleep. Tho doctors gave 1110
up. 1 tried Avcii'm Cur.itnv I'lHloitAI., which
relieved m lungs, Induced sleep, nnd allonlcd 1110
the rest necessary for the recovery of my strength.
Uy tho continued use of the I't:c lon.u. n permanent
cure was ellcctcd. 1 nm now if jenrs old,
halo and bcait.v.and am satlsllcd your Cucituv
li:i roicAi.savedtue. lloiiA('i:KAUtni;otiii:ii.''
Kovklugham, t., July 15, 1SS2.
Croup. A Mother's Tribute.
"While in tho country Inst winter my littlo
boy, three years old, was taken ill with croup; it
scunicd ns if ho would die from strangulation.
One of tho family suggested tlio use of Avi.u's
Oiinitnv I'lXToit.v!., a bottle of which was always
kept in tho house. This was tried in small
and f reoiient doses, and to our delight in less than
half nit hour tlio little patient was breathing easily.
The doctor said that the Cm. ituv l'Hc I oltAI.
lind saved mv darling's life. Can jou wonder at
ourgr.iUtudeV Slneeiely yours,
.iits. Km.ma Oi:nNi:v."
1W M est St., New York, May IC, Its".
" A vi:n's Citnititv I'r.CTOitAt.inmy
fnmlly for several jenrs, nnd do not hesitate to
pionouiicc It the remedy for coughs
nud colds we have ever tried. A. .1. Cit.isi;."
Ijiko Crjstal, Minn., March 13,
" I suireied for eight years from Jlrouchltls, nnd
nftertrIng nianv lemedles with no success, I was
cured by the two of A Kit's CllEltnv I'Kcioiiai,.
Ilylinlln, Miss., April 5, Isk.'.
" 1 cannot sny enough in pralso of A Vim's
CllKltltv I'r.fToit a I., believing ns 1 do that but
for Its use 1 should long tinco liavo died from
lung troubles K. UltAOUoh'."
I'nloMiuo, Texas, April 22, IPS?.
No case of an direction of the throat or lungs
exists which cannot bo greatly relieved bytjio uso
of AVKlt's CitiuiKV I'i:iTOisAi.,nnditwlllirt;s
cure when tho disease is not already beyond tho
control of niediclne.
Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by nil Druggists.
li&ttfir tM r v Ji'Ttarvwri
I4,&0b Jlosos j! 1 - 1 it . o.
1 !."Ug .t ot
fftri'l' ''!' 1 Iff
Act B"rcci!y (.11 the HAvcr
I'i iiks Ciiiijjs mi l"i: kii, IYsi'Kl'si,i,
Sl.-K J f v II III' II ,.i..-C II -,
liln.l'vlllslt I'lll.s, 1'AI i'lTAIION
Of Till Hl'VltT, .' llVs. TollHlDhlVKIC,
('lUlll'I'lVOl U, S,.l r 'lll.M.. AND AU
ll -l " I Till: L. I II AMI STOMACH. If
v.. u i,' nut " vi weli ' 11 MiiRle pill r.t
'it in s'i tli" Ft' leach, restores
t' e e 1. purls l,oi t" tl.B. system.
R.E.SELLEIU&GO,, Pittsburgh. Pa.
J. C. Pecor & Co.
IMIXTN.OII.S. VAltMMI. unit EAIY
A N I)
Desirable COUNTRY Place
IWIIjL hell privately, on roiuonnlile terms,
my pin co known ns Ertuowood. on the Lexington
turnpike, one nud u lourtli miles irom
AliiyhVllle. Tho tract coutulns more
or less, nnd litis on itu
of Fevon rooms nnd a kitchen, n good stablo,
and nil other necessary oulhiilldliiKi, togetiuo
with a good tetiiinthoiiHO of tlireo rooms, Tlie
pluco is wollwntcred, hns on it u good bearing
fruit orchard of nil vnriotleu.is well adapted Io
gnrdenliig and being convenient to tho city is
very desirable Tltlo porfucU For terms apply
on tlio place to
JaulOd&wSm WILLIAM HUFF.
THE BEST PLACE
STOVES, GRATES, MITELS, TINWARE, ETC
hntest and most iniprovou stylos ot tnoKini: nnu tieniinu Miovcs, iniuie nt v neeiinp, Av.
einvi'n in luuiMii wenr iiih idiicni.
lIOIJSi: FUKXIMIIACJ :OIS of nil ltlndwnnd tlio Host qunllt.V.
.1IOMIOH oil, OOliiNJ The only nbsolule y snfe oil stove In tbe world.
l,l'!TM;,IOI(i:it WASIIIVO pie. Chi lip anil Ktlectivo. Ikt lnntie.
ll'i:KN OF Till: Wtxr WATKlt UUAHI It, which saves hnllol the labor of
water from n well or cistern.
i:Hl.Y TOVK, wbleb is admitted by nil vrbo linvc nscd It
to buveno superior. Call and hen It. Cull and see us wlielber you w i.sli to buy or not.
NEW FIRM. I 1
fmtJ'.i'iK.'Qiwuijg iwiwuicnii -
. T ,
' -? $
J t M wa IU, U. xv.
Kentucky, mini nine to ll ( ) ill lie 11 nt hi.vlt
co 1 lasei tin. Stove 1 nil Iln I usii
Mnysvllle, Ky.; 'J In mw tliiu Is cimjoMd
cms!. won;nion,um' ijcfct uinnusoi
-!. 11 - w n 1 vyx 7!r?'9''tW?XA
Tiuirrso'd stni d. Ac : .Vmket stirrt, Jit ys ))P,
g ) mil iikc ibe iriuist 1 1 A. J. bui i & to.,
will ilcuiisvM I t. W . 'Jt i'i 1 i n Mm ltd stmt
nli iiirllcnl 11 111 ol Jc 1 g xj ti'ina ur.d Hist-
. ... . wij.u
will bo constnntly kept on band nt tlio I OWFST I'Hlf TH. Itonflinr nnd oibr r Hhe work
tlone in the best innnnei 111 (Igunianteod to glvesatisfnctliui. Attentive nnd polite salesmen
nt our stoio will mvcclowst ntteiillon to tliu wants of enr eustoniiis.
irt tUbtsowit Ky Ibelntf linn of A.. I, Kgnew A Co., will be paid by us nnd nil claims
din- said tli 111 mo nyi.ble to us by the Itiius of the puiclinse. Your Hespectlully,
li vi a trtlmm H Vui LJ Sum b ?
fi ieiids lavor tliem w 1th ilielr 1 atioiinge.
y, 5 r utH SF W H H M H w Xi H Q tfr r &? mM I 7
W --"- im..M r,vi.ir...irTi '"-"" IJ-' "'
j, W IMlAZaUXftfl
Froth nirivnl of ISi vvr Occds to lc fold nt tlc lowest
Me A Ccniilctc lino of latent styles and lest,make of
for men, youths nml children. Positively the finest, line of
Piece Goods, imported and dcniestks, ever brought to this cily,
which we are prej arcd to make up in the latest styles and fashions.
Perfect tits guaranteed. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
including many novelties. Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises.
Call and !ee us.
31 second st. Hicroy & ILee.
Ba. (ji Pi Br R HT
"' '''l '" ln tl'ohulncs world by
IN I I.NCi AOKM'I KS a; I) I oil MISSIONS AND.SKI.UNG 11HK(. T 'IO AGHK
ut.tlie lowest josslhlc wiiolcnilc pi Icis. tlie IoUlwIiik Ml.ciiulc will Jitlly InUlcnto.
BUGGIES: Largo invoices just received. Superior to any ovor
t, ?S?H& to ih0 city which w cost on tho market at 557.60 to $135.
FARM WAGONS trom 857.50 to 805.00.
?SSH!L?LO'WS' inchulinpc extra tongues, $2.50 to 83.50.
CORN PLANTERS from 75 cents to 837.50.
TWO HORSE CULTIVATORS from 810.00 to S20.C0.
CORN DRILLS, $14.00, horotoforo 818.00.
CHAMPION REAPER jrnd MOWERS,
Spring Tooth and Randall Harrows. Steel and CaBt Plows. Sulky
and Revolving Hay Rakes. McColm's Soil Crusher. Springfield
Enginos and Threshors. Driving Wagons. Villago Fhcotons
and Carriages all at correspondingly LOW PRICES.
All .Wbons nro invited to call and see us as our (stock is largo and must be sold.
MYALL, RILEY & PORTER,
nJ,15ll,y yo, 7 Sutton and 18 Second Streets.
G. A. MoCARTHEy has removed
his Quoonswaro store to tho building
on Sutton street, two doors
Socond stroot. lnyodly
Windhorst & Blum,
FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have Just received their Spring Btock of Imported
and Domestic OoodsoftliolatestBtyles.
Prices reiihomiUlo nd work tho best. uu'JIy
BLATTERMAN te POWER.
&;. ire . i
" '" n "v w ---
Ic overtimed llim, nnd
would be ldeiiMd to Inivciiiy old i ustomerstind
Kespictfully, (meh;30(iA:wbm) G. XV. TUI OH.
BA of tho celebrated
Just received. Call and get one for less money
than you ovor boughta Wagon.
PINE APPLE HAMS,
Home-made Yeast Cakes,
myOdly GEORGE I1EISEK.