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THH DAILY CAlllO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, FKMIUAKY 10, ,lssi.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
RNTKIlKI AT T1IK I'OST OXKIC IN CAIRO, 11
UNOIS, AS Fj;OO.MCLA88 MATTKK.
I ,rKHt Circulation ol any Daily in
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thii-column. Ilvo i:miIb per IIiiu. each
lnerilou. Fur one in. mill. Ml ri iilf per line.
SI rtT) I.iyiiJ Not ie.
Notice U lKTcl.y yiven tlmt tlio city will
light only micIi lamp as are located umlcr
(lie direction of (In; coininittoi! on strectfl.
(Sec. 'A Chapter 5, Revised ordauces).
Applications must 1m tiled with tho city
clerk. l'y order of committee on srects.
M. .1. llowi.KY, Chairman.
Fimt iu I lie I.iuiil.
nnVf eeh lirated Annie Cider
(i. 11. .Jackson k Co.,
Si. Valentine Hall.
The Delta City Fin) Co., No. (, will tfivc
o hall on Monday evening, February 14tli,
und would he pleased to meet their friends.
On account of tin immense Kpriiifj stock
bought by tint proprietor, we will be com
pelled to offer our Fall and Winter stock at
prices way below the market price. Call
early und get the best.
Tin; City Shoi; Store,
1 11) Commercial avenue.
Fun rknt. K ioins on Eleventh street,
Day School for Hoys and With.
Nilit school for persons cnga-ied ilurintr
the day, and lessons in Latin, German,
French, music, book-keeping and penn
manship, by I'mf. and Madame Floyd,
Walnut st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
New iiilliard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Stcagiilti has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dun'l llartman, on the corner of Sixth
btr;et and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant, lie has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in a first class establishment,
lie has spin red no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive reports in the city,
and invites all to come and see him.
Oysters! Fish! (iamc!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by tho
can or by the hundred! iJulk oystfrs re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received iu cans, direct Irom the
puckers, by every express. Fish of ull
kinds constantly mi hand and always fresh.
The "lied Snapper," the king among fisl(
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
lor oysters and ti.di, corner Ohio Levee und
Eighth st red. K.uif.ht IIkwitt, Ag't.
At I'.it ."(raid's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other Wines may bo enjoyed ut
the elegiiiit sample und billiard rooms of
Mr. l'at. Fiii'.erald, nt the comer of Four
teenth and Commercial ; and horses fat ami
lleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a hms down to a
sulky, all iu u lirsl class condition, as well
us saddles ami riding regalia, may be hud
ut the most reasonable ligurcson a moment's
notice at his '"Horse Maiison". His placeof
misiness is iu connection with the telephone
bud all ordeis received (hereby will wive
Wood ami Coal,
A full supply 1. 1 Indiana coal, as good as
l'ittsbuig. jie-t n cci i d from the mines and
for sale at if 1 oil per ton delivered. 1 will
Always have on hand a stock of this cele
liratcd coul; uNo daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
formic Apply, at IhcC.&V. It. It. yards,
( losing Out, Hoots and Shoes.
Haying a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of (li nts', Ludi"s'
und Childrens' sewed and pegged Hoots and
Shoes, I have determined to close it out ut
prices that defy competition, iu order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin .o urrive soon, if
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to cull on me before pun basing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. 1 invite all to cull ami see for
themselves, (J. KoCII.
No. '.ill CommerciHl avenue between Fifth
ind Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
IlucKlen's Arnica Salve.
'I he best salve iu the world for cuts,
bruises, Hores.ulsers, suit rheum, lever sores,
getter, chapped hands, chilhla'uiH, corns, und
ull kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect mitisfuetion in
every cose or money refunded. Price, U5
cents per box. For sale by (Sico. F.. O'IIaiia
('(H I. It SYllt'l',
Ahead of TIipiii All
Having already purchased our spring
stock of fine boots and shoes, wo wish to
announce to the public, that they will ar
rive on the 13th of February.
Tiik City Siiok Stoiik,
140, Commercial avenue.
The members of Alexander Lodge No.
224, are requested to attend a special meet
ing at Odd Fellow's hall this (Thursday)
afternoon, at lialt'-pust two o'clock ; also tho
regular meeting, 7:110 p. in. Ollicers of
the Grand Lodge will be present for the
purposo of giving instruction in the m;w
5v order of the Lodge.
II. C. Loki.in, Sec'y.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noting in Uichh rolumtiii, tea cents per lino,
each InmTtioii. Marked
(J- II. Jackson it Co., offers the finest
cider in the land lor sale. See notice.
Pay board ut Wilson's corner Third
und Commercial, sf:J.5) per week.
Captain J. M. Phillips "anticipates" a
fifteen feet rise in the Ohio river when
everything lets go above.
The I. O.O. F. will hold a special
meeting for instruction under an officer of
the Grand Lodge, ut Odd Fellow's hall, on
Commercial avenue, this afternoon.
Meerschaum pipes und cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
Me'isrs. Pettis tt Meredith arc having
their store handsomely calsoinincd ami
are crowding it with gomls for the spring
We understand that it is the intention
of the Illinois Central to sell excursion
tickets to Washington for the inauguration
Check books, ri rcipt. books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tim P.ui.i.ktin ollice.
The remains of the child of Mr. and
Mrs. K. C. Hush, which died ut their resi
dence on Poplar street Tuesday morning,
were taken to Charleston, Mo yesterday.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
u large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
The court-house pump is receiving the
uttention of the repairer, us per instructions
from the city council.
Mounted und varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, ut Tiik Hi i.t.rtix office.
The funeral of the infant son of Mrs.
Dcvine took place yesterday afternoon, at
two o'clock. The remains were taken to
Villa Hidge per the Illinois Central train.
The ferryboat at Cape Girardeau and
the fen boat and a small boat named Ajax
ut Chester were swept away by the ice day
before yesterday. The latter, we under
stand, was sunk.
The rise in the Ohio river during night
before last threw the Illinois Central wharf
boat out of position, und men were ut
work yesterday afternoon tugging it back
to its proper place.
The feeling against the telegraph con
solidation continues unabated, and it is cer
tain that tho amalgamated concern will
soon have plenty of competition iu every
section of the north.
The committee on streets give notice
this morning that the city will light only
ly such lamps as are located under their di
rection und that applications for light must
be tiled with the city clei K.
Phil Hiown's frame building, on the
comer of Thirteenth street and Commer
cial avenue is not progressing very rapidly.
It has been temporarily sided up to about
ten feet above the ground with rough
John McDonald was brought before
Squire Comings yesterday for behuying
himself badly in the house of Mr. John
McCarty, und failing to pay the line, was
sent to the earthly abode of Cairo's wicked,
on Twelfth street, for live days.
A dispatch received at a little before
nine o'clock lust night, by Col. Jteunlen
at this point from Mr. llaarsick, general
superintendent of the Miss. V. T. Co. at St.
Ijonis, reads as follows: "Gorge is passing
since li p. m.; bouts and barges all safe."
The Delta (iiiy Fire Company at its
last meeting raised a five hundred dollar
mortgage from their engine house, that
being all the company owed, und the ball
tl ut is to be given at their hall on the four
teenth instant is in celebration of this
"Mr. Frank McKnight was busily en
gaged on yesterday in moving his stock ot
framed, etc., to the wharf-bout, preparatory
to their shipment to Cairo. Ho and Mrs.
McKnight expect to take their departure
for that city. Our loss is Cairo's gain."
A bill was introduced this wuck in the
legislature ut Springfield to prevent swindl
ing by corporations. Under tho present
law stockholders ure liable, in the event of
failure, to only the nominul value of their
stock; the proposed luwiiiakeB them liable
for a share of ull Indebtedness proportioned
to the stock they own.
The scliolurs ut the high school room
have petitioned the school bourd for a
telephone. The petition is formed in u
circle armmd which the scholars have
signed their names, thus all assuming
alike the blunie, making it impossible- to
detect the ring lenders. This is known by
tho name of a "Hound Uohin," and is used
by Bailors when they desiro u redress of
grievances or when they bind each other
to enter into u mutiny. In Has well's life of
Samuel Johnson wo havo a facsimilo of a
"Hound Jl'ibin," where tho friends of Gold
smith petition Johnson to alter the epitaph
written to commemorate the genius of that
poet from Latin to English.
Messrs C. 0, Paticr & Co. are up with
the times as usual; they have employed
Miss Molliu Cuvcnder, of this city, as cashier
and Miss Emma Kittle, of Mound City, in
the notion department. This fact in con-
nectio.i with several improvements they
have made in the arrangement of their olli
ccs, lends an additional attractions their
Ve were requested, in stringer lan
guugo than our extreme piety will permit
us to use, to call the attention of our side
walk carpenters to the crossing leading
from Harclay Eros' prescription drug store
to Pettis & Meredith's grocery store oif
Eighth street, and to request them, in terms
of no doubtful meaning, to give it their im
The steamer Fannie Lewis, which has
been lying about eight miles above here in
the Mississippi river, caught iu the ice, was
set free yesterday and was expected down
last night. She has on bourd a load of
mechandise, etc., intended for two south
bound steamers, which left our wharf about
December 2:Jd last, but she was caught in
the ice and has been there ever since conse
quently she could not deliver her cargo.
As everybody i-, perhaps, aware the
second ball and sociable of the young
temperance people, given under the auspices
of the Keform Club, takes place on Tues
day, the loth inst. There will be fine
music, an elegant supper, or lunch, dancing
and the best of company. The managers
promise to ull who will be there an evening
of pleasure such us was never excelled in
Cairo. We would ask, therefore, that ull
our young people, and older ones too,
fill Temperance hall to overflowing on next
The ice gorge in the Mississippi river,
back of this city, broke yesterday morning
with a crash, and moved slowly and majes
tically, but irresistably, down stream,
taking with it, we were told, a portion of
the Iron Mountain incline. In consequence
of this breaking-up, the ferryboat, Three
States, makes only two trips daily, and is
compelled to take inordinary pre
caution. Captain John S. Hacker, the
poet-captain of the Three States, informed
'us that huge boulders of ice were strewn
all along the Mississippi shore und that in
some places it lay in piles twenty feet high,
away up beyond the reach ol the stream at
its present stage. In view of these facts,
a trip on the ferryboat would not be en
tirely without interest.
Yesterday evening a mule and dray,
the latter loaded with three barrels of meal,
or apples und u few small packages became
stalded in the mud just over the Eighth
street crossing leading from Hroderick &,
Yocuni's place of business to Mrs. Webb's
residence. The mule stood on one side of
the crossing and the wheels of the dray on
the other und both sunk into the mud until
the shafts nearly touched the planks of
the crossing, and there they
stood, without budging, for nearly
half an hour, while people who were
going home to supper, gathered on both
sides of it and praised the Lord. It seems
to us that, in view of the fact that this
weather is to last for an indefinite pi iiod,
something inijlit be done to give temporary
1'iTlel to (''Ulllsters, lh UN Compelled to
make daily use ot Eighth street.
--Some rather vulgar language passed
over the tch-phone wiiM; last night, but as
Usual in such cases the author ot it gave no
sign by which he could be detected. With
all the stringency of the nianagiiiueiit
against the use of uny word that might
shock the most sensitive nature, there are
cases which it can net reach and they must
Icpeml, in a reat measure, upon the co
operation ol every substiber. I his co
operation should not be denied them, for it
is as much to the interest
of the subscribers us to the management
that no one w ho w ishes to use the instru
ment will be shocked. When once the
telephone exchange sinks into disrepute its
utility is, for the most part, gone and to
prevent this, every subscriber, merchants
especially, should use every elf irt to detect
persons guilty of uttering an obscene
word over the general wire.
-- Captain Mathew Williams, un old
river man, died at Vicksburg on Monday
last. His remains arrived here yesterday
and were taken by (he (Jus Fowler to Padu
cali. He was engaged on the river, in
different capacities, almost from his youth
up und has been a captain of different
steamboats si tee Ins twenty-second year,
He was uvery agreeable gentleman, which
accounts lor the fact that, during the three
or four years that he was captain of the
James Fisk, Jr., he became very popular
with the people of Cairo and, in fact, with
all those who were acquainted with him.
A short time ago he was captain ami part
owner of the steamer Dean Adams, hut he
sold out his interest in her mid invested it
elsewhere in another boat, we understand,
lie leaves a wife ami several children. He
has also a brother in. law, Mr. Steyer, who
is engaged in the wharf-bom business at
-It is to be regretted tmt ,, p,,Hplo of
Cairo arc to have nothing her(; in the com
ing MarJi Gias day to attract tho people
from our own and the adjacent counties. It
is true that a number of muH mi 0ther
amusements have been provided for, but
theso are attractions for the citizens only,
gotten up with no other purpose in view
than to furnish means of enjoyment for the
ditierent social circles in the city of Cairo
ami from which strangers are presumably
excluded. Other cities, no better situated
than Cairo is, give crand displays every
year, which attract the country and city
folks from all directions for hundreds
of miles uround. Not only is
the city at large and every
individual merchant in it benefited thereby,
but the organization, or association of citi
zens, which wus the chief mover in the
alfair, conies out with a handsome sum. It is
true that Cairo has tried it several times, und
while it must be acknowledged that tho
city and many ot the merchants were am
ply remunerated for wdiat assistance they
lent, the particular society which instituted
the festivities came out a little behind;
but docs it follow that those who take the
leud will always play a losing game be
cause, forsooth, they did so once or twice?
There is no good reason why a brilliant
street parade and grand lestivities on
Murdi Gras day should not pay us well in
Cairo as they do in St. Louis,
Memphis, New Orleans and
even our smaller neighboring towns
The trouble is, our people are too timid.
They seem to exclaim : "Once a failure,
always a failure," and (hen squat down nnd
rest their chins in their hands nnd, with n
dubious stare, wutch one excursion boat
after another, und one excursion train after
another, ull jammed with people in search
of a place to spend a few days in unalloyed
pleasure, pass us by and stop oil' at Mound
City to view the national cemetery, or at
Anna ta see the lunatic asylum, or else go
to the little village of St. Louis, up the
road here a few miles, or down the river to
that little pest hole iu Tennessee, or that
bottomless swamp commonly known on
the maps us New Orleans, situated some
where near the mouth of the Mississippi
river. (Too near perhaps for its own
good, for, from late reports, it
is' about to be swallowed by
that noble stream) Cairo people must
awake fioui their slumbers. Those who
have !isuim:d u squatting position and u
vacant stare must arouse, themselves to
action, und they must grasp ut every op
portunity to bring strangers to our city, so
that the true state of society, etc., in Cairo
may become known to the outside world.
There is us much to In; gained by the city
in this way as there is in spending thous
ands of dollars yearly iu internal improve
ments, for the latter will never do our re
putation uny good, unless they become
knoivn, und they will never become known
unless the outside world is brought here to
view them. We hope, therefore, that, in
future years, we will not be silent und in
active guppers ut the moving world around
PKIWJNAL MEN TION.
Mrs. T. Fisher is quite sick with throat
--Oscar lloythorn is at the state cupitol
-- Mr. A. 11. D illani, of p.iducah, w.ci in
the city yesterday.
Col. Janus Heurden fume back from
St. Louis yesterday.
Mr. C. Ilanny left the city for Spring
field, Ills, yesterday.
Mrs. Eurnsidu of Indianapolis, mother
of Mr. K'eiser, is in the city.
Mr. M. J. Gibbs, of M ittoon, Ills., is
stopping at the Planters House
Mr. C. S. Merideth, who has been up
the Vincinties road, returned yesterday.
Mr. E. 15. MeGuire, of Spirt i, Ills.,
was in the cfty yesterday, stopping ut the
Sim Tabcr made a several days busi
ness trip last week, returning to the hive
--.Mcs-is. Thomas Hails und Joseph II.
Topping, of Ccntraliu, III., were ut the
Planters house yesterday.
Mr. Wolfe of the New York store is
out and attending to business uguin after
un illness of several days.
-Mr. C. C. Spuulding returned to Cairo
from Florida and has taken a desk ngain
iu the Ills. Central freight depot.
Alderman H. F. Hlake went to' St.
Louis per Illinois Central train last night,
and will be gone until Saturday or Monday
Ill '.AL ESTATE MO VEX K NTS.
( O. Paticr, et, ux, et, als, to Taylor and
Pursons, quit claim deed dated Dec. 2d,
1880. Lots ir and 111, block !), fust addi
tion to city of Cairo. Consideration $10.
James Johnson to Hernard McMannus,
quit claim deed dated February 7th lsl.
Lotl, block !i2 city of Cairo.
P. II Pope to Win. McIIule, deed dated
January 21th lsvjl. Lt 20, block 1 first ad
dition to city of Cairo. Consideration,
Win. Mcilalo to Thomas W. Halliday;
S. W. I). dated February 3rd, 18S.1. Lot
20, block 1, llrst addition to city of Cairo.
A Ciicoii is nature's effort to rid the
system of waste matter. Assist nature,
then, by using Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup.
Price 25 cents a bottlu.
Value of a Dollar.
You never know the value of a dollar
until you try to borrow one, and you never
know tho trni) value of Spring IIIohsoui until
you're doubled up with Hilioiis Colic, In
digestion or Constipation, and you try it.
Price 50 cents, trial b ittlcs 10 cents.
ANOTHER SHOOTING AFFRAY.
Our readers will remember seeing in
Tiik Hi'm.ktin, some days ngo, an account
of a disgraceful shooting scrape, which
took place on the ferryboat Three States
while she was lying nt the Missouri shore.
The account was correct, except in stating
that both men shot at one another. Rollins
did not return Reeves' fire, although he had
a pistol and probably would have dono
so had not Mr. Kobert Devore,
the clerk of the boat, shoved him
into the engine room, and thus stopped tho
dangerous game for the time being. Hut
Heeves, the assaulter in this instance, seems
to havo been determined to spill gore for,
seeing that he was foiled in this attempt
he makes another nnd more cunning,
but also more cowardly one. Yesterday
morning while Rollins was quietly walking
through the woods on the Missouri shore,
live men pounced upon him with shot
guns in their bands and com
menced louring buck shot into his body
from all sides, shattering one of his arms
and seriously wounding him in the bowels,
while his skin is litterally riddled with
smaller shot. Fifteen shots were fired, nnd
it seems that most of them took effect
Reeves wus the leader ot the dastardly
gang, and wiil now probably have the
satisfaction of knowing that his bloody
work is well done. Three of the murder
ous crowd, including the fiend, Reeves,
gave themselves up to the authorities und
will be ready to resume business after they
have satisfied twelve of their countrymen
that they are subject to occasional fits
of emotional insanity, which will be in
about two weeks.
To i.ivk your suffering rheumatic neigh
bor a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil, is true
The following P. S. was appended to the
petitions of the street railway company, as
presented to the council :
P. S. That the council may have a cor
red idea us to how the property-holders on
the proposed route view the project, I
would stat-; that all the lots on Fourth
stn i t ure owned by residents except three,
and all the residents have signed the peti
tion. The noli residents were not called on
to sign. On Washington avenue every resi
ded, but two and several non-residents,
signed. On Poplar street every resident
I saw except four -and many non-residents
have signed. I have not met with one on
Twenty-eight, but have signed the petition.
Tiios. Lew is, Sec'y.
AN INTERESTING LETTER.
Hi lieving that the following letter from
our I'. uner fel'ow-citi.en. Haily Harrell,
now of Clevis, Ohio, will be of interest to
our reader, we reproduce it in these col
"Herewith you will rind u i.'.oo bill, un
less some rascally postmaster steals it,
while in transit from Clevi s to Cairo. If
the money comes to hand, please credit me
with amount on subscription to Tiik Ht i.-
For the gratification of my old friends
down Ihere, will yoiiju.it say to them that,
in ull human probability, I shall emigrate
to Cairo, some time between the first and
last of M hi h next.
I urn settling up my scattered business
here, as fast as I can, with the determina
tion to get away from this modern Sodom
jiist as soon as possible.
It is my expectation to embark in some
kind of business in Cairowill see what
will turn up for my advantage wh:ii I
J list let me remark no flatterery intend
ed - that all the real, profitable, substantial
Inends I ever have bad wen; in Cairo
nnd the region round about there. I was
in business in (.'aim from February, ls-ll
to September, 172, witnessed the growth
of your town from a population of 210 to
nearly 10,0011 and in all these 2S years
was generously patronized and sustained.
If the kind friends will still remember me
in the future, I shall be glad that I return
ed, und w ill pledge myself to stay there.
Very respectfully, H. S. H.
Twenty Years a Sufferer.
Dr. It. V.l'lrnv:
Dkaii Sih -Twenty years ago I was ship
wrecked on the Atlantic ocean, and the
cold and exposure caused a lurge abscess to
form on euih leg, which kept continually
discharging. After spending hundred ol
dollars, with no benefit, I was persuaded to
try your Golden Medical Discovery, and
now, in less than three months after taking
the first bottle, lam thankful to say I am
completely cured, und for the first time in
ten years can put my left heel to the
ground. 1 uu, sir, yours respectfully.
Wl 1,1.1AM RyilKIl,
vh7 Jefferson Street, Rull'ulo, N. Y.
Oh My Itiick!!!
Jacob Loeckman, 274 Clinton Street,
Hufi'alo, N. Y.. says he has kteen using Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil for Rheumatism; ho
had such a luiiie back he could not do any
thing, but one bottle lias, to uso his own
s' ... 1, i . n.:.,ka it
expression "curcii mm up, no "", A
tho best thing in tho ninrket
Van STONiut Ouosiiy, wholesale J
tuil druggists, Toledo, Ohm,
huve sold htrgi, qunntities of tho hxcctaor
Kidney Pad. and have been . - ;
tho unvarying satisfaction K1" "
See Adv. ,
Ho (hat is surety for Jjj J
J lossom , for curing 1 ;)mll , (lis.
SLPrhOcU trial bottle. 10
VOU KENT- Knonm. Im uMicil o. iiiifuriil-lH ,
-1 with or without bourd, at h-u-oiialili, rnle.'
Apply ut Hiillctln hiilidiMK.
jf'AACKK KA KM Full HAI.K i f-;.sy
1UU T'itiiih. Tim Ihni In lliiiit,.r lour hhIi-k
wi st or Hudu'ep I'ark, 45 rrn in hiIUvmiIom. I r
jmrlltulsrH apply to Wm. JIOJ.IjKN
riMIRCITV I.IVKUY HTAIII.K I .il.-r-l yuu
I NAI.K, or will ImiU' for city or crioo I ry n,,.
erty. '1'lic outllt IiuIiiiIck Imrn. hnno-, r-il i r i n -. -wi;i(iiii.
Harm-mi. etr., etc , nil c ,11 j 1 i ,
rleartllli! to the property. 1-ni-li loiiiiiotnn in, (
lernm, iMn., apply at Hit' Clly l.lvi-rv Slnl li-.
I.KK Dull Ol 1;t,
l.KlU SAI.K OK F.Xl llAM;l". lull IU;0
I properly. A yooil fiinn of a in ut'n-n. too iin,,.r
uIiUhiIoii, littlam-n In tiinlii-r; iiunli'il n',tmt ;
mllin from Kvansvllle. lint . :i mile froru
oiirir.one mllii from Ohio Iflw r 'Hutu nr.- t l.r,-..
I'oiiM-n on tin- luriii, Htnhli's, tlin-i- on IiioiIk nmi
plenty of (,'nr c wnter. The hn rtr i'.,ul vein
ruim heni-iitli thin hum. l-'ur li-nn i o-.. i,,t,'v to
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MF.NT OF TIIK EoriTAl:!
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in f,,r,(. 1... ILs. ...... .... , IV...
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will he pll at matur-ty. without rn.it.
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nue, l,.-t w ,1 n Niiitr, ui.,i I i.ili , ;..
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A NEW UAIiUKKNIIop.
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l or. of Eighth and Coian.i n ini A . -.
to a r.i, ( 1 1 :ntij :m i:x:
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Uoll't lort'et the plme.
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litio'l'S A NO MUil-.s
n. eJox ii;s.
KAhJIJONA JMJ I
SHOE-il A Iv FAX.
Atlit'lii'iini HiiiltlinroiiiiiiiiTial A v.
1 Men only the very llent Imported Stock mid em
ploy tliu niort competent workmen.
1) KICKS l(F.ASONA!II.i: und nitii.fui:li"!i
Jill., AMI COMMISSION.
FLOCK. (WAIN AND HAY
HlirliPHt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Dtalurs in 1
STAPLE and FANCY!
Washington Avomie, Coi'i