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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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TlUtOMIWSlON TIIKoloH THE MAILS AT 6KC
t)D CLA6 KATL8.
OfluiAL PAfKKuK CITY ANUCOl'WIY
SPECIAL LOHAL ITEMS.
Saticn in thin column, eicnt eenti per line for
IrMandav cent per lm each ureqiient lner-
Hot. for on wuk. 3)csnu pernnu
irouth. bOcenll pr Hue.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, at Dentin's.
Liliai Riit'iurut opposite Opera
llouse. Gu B tto proprietor, 11-20 tt
Foil OtiTKiis io any style k the Grand
Opura Rtaurant Entrances oa Commer
cial and 7th street. 11 23 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop bus been open
ed by Mr. P Power oa Tenth street. All
manner of blacken thing and wagon work
done to order, Impairing work a specialty.
Work doue promptly.
at DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
"Qackmetack," a lusting nnd fragrant
porfuire. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
I was troubled with Chronic Catarrh
and gath -rin in tny head, was very deaf
at times and hid discharges from ray earn.
bts;drtj being unable to bieath through
my nose. B -lore the 6econd bottle of Elys'
Crehtn Balm was exhausted I wa cured,
and t'-diy ev'yy sound heal'h. C. J. Cur
bin. B23 Chestnut street, Field Manager
Piuhdelpbia Pub. Home, Pa.
Ture Coo LiverOil made from selected
livers, uo theses-allure, by C is Well, Hazwa
fe Co, ewV-rk. It is ubi olutdy pure
amlswe'. 'Pttien's who have once taktn
it prefer it to ail others. Physicians have
decided it superior to any of the other oils
CmrpED Hands, Face, pimpleo, nd
Mu'ti skin, cured by us'nj Juniper .Tar
Sup. mile by Ca?wcil, H-Z'ud & Co.
New Vurk. (2)
in market at D.-Bau i's 50 Ohio levee.
To all who are auiT.-nii from the error
and in lis:retiom of void, nervous weak
en, ;irly decav, bi! ot' manhood, & '., I
will send a refipn t h tt will crV"U. FUEE
O? CiHK')K. I'hia yren? rem-dy was
disc ii-er f I by a m nwter in S.iU'h America.
Send a s It - id ) reused envelope to the K-v.
Jo"i:pu T. I.nman, Station D., -w York
Siuloh's Cu e will intine IW'ely relieve
Crouo, Wu oopin Couli mid Brouclntis.
Over 230,000 Howe scale have been sold.
an1 tho uVinaml increasing continually.
Borden, Solleck & Co., agents, bt. Louis,
. Lod, 700 22 il st, Chicago, 111.,
says: "Hruwos Inn LJittera is the nest
thing I ever uied. Four bottles restored
A SEW idna ein'traced in Elys' Cream
Balm. Catarrh ia cured byciuini dis
charge and cleaniing, not by drying up.
The application is eay and agreeable.
Price, 50 cents. Apply into nostrils wiih
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBiun's.
Grand Opeha. ItaJtaunnt opposite
Opera II JUse up staira, B.ii'.k entrance on
7th street. Oystera in every style. 11-28 tf
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of thjcvtr
faithful wile and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear one, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are a-s-iiled by diaes, and Ihos)
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
toinach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
sure remedy. They are the best mid purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
Cents. Bold by Harry W.Sehuh. (4)
"Is there a mm with aoul so dead," who
hath suffered the miseries of a cough or C"M,
yetueglecte i to try "Sellera Cough iSyrup?''
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as ia now at Many W. Schuh'a,
for a tri-il bottle of Dr. King' Ne Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons atfejted with Asthma, Brou
chilis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the 'I'Iimm nnd Li'tms, can get
atrial bottle ol this crent remedy free, by
calling at above Druj Store. (4)
go toDeBa'iu'i, 50 Oh mi levee.
The h. Alba nAKiisu-.-u r is one ol
the bett B poinitd rb ipa in the c ty ; live
barbers nil tirsi-clua workmen. Cull at
Ihu ah i', C mi'u 'ici il hV.viue next the
Opra II iuo and uet h i r-.:utting, aHaiii
poo dug a i J slaving dou ! in an artistic
Having purcliusi'i die b akery ot J.
Anthony, o Wnstliington avenue liutween
9th ami 10 h s:r-e s, I prepared to olf r to
the putilic at all limes lieaii tnead, cik'S,
it:, of thu nest q oahty at the loWeat ptices
In bi loun 1 in tliu city. CiH aulhi'iiiuu.
14-13 -tf Jacob Latnek.
A two utory brick home, frame addition,
cidit rmmaiu good not dr. Carriage Iioukb
and cia'eru. A uev r-fdling drive-wd.
Cornrr lots .n Street Uulroad. Enquire
or M. W. Mitht!s, or W. C. Kick son,
If I ha l any akin or hloo l dmeaae, like
tetter, Itch, scald head, pimples, sore eyes,
awful, eta.. I would take "Liudsey'a
Blood Bearcbar," aure.
A (ioo I Kestaurant.
If ym wtnt uon'l meal cull at Sfihncn
mjer' It.-nt iurint cr. 10. Ii Ht. nnd WhkIi
in live. 0 ily 25 erg. t"r h r'i;ular mal
no t il h hoarding will dud tin bebt accoui
hid latum on reasonable terms.
IxKNERAL LOCAL ITEilS
Notlc In tne coiamn. ten ent pr Hn,
iii4rtiin mil whrttKir marked or Dot, if clcu
1 tel t fmra-.-laoT nun' baine Internal r
The Cairo Giz ttta wdl hereafter be
issue 1 b t once instc d of twice per week
Thed iy of isue will bj SnurJ ay.
The man EJ. Eira'fleli returned
late Inst nijit, saying that he had been ex
atuined in Tennessee and discharge).
Tho hit of the season! The '"Our
Bachelor Cicar!" at Birclay Brothers',
The nxt convention of the Illinois tem
perance uuion is to be held at Blooming
ton ou the third Tuesday of December
It is a girl, but tor all tht Charley
Biughtnan is a'niut the happiest fellow in
town to-lay. Tima Sunday; weight, can't
School children will und The Bcixe
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Snap's candy store. tf
Mr. Fred Koehler is just recovering
from a week's or ten d iys' prostration be
cause of injuries received by a fall from
au unman igablu lnr-o iu Missouri.
A feature of the Litta company's con
cert to-night will be the presentation of an
act from Gounod's grand operaT "Fau t " in
full c istume aud with adequate Bcecic
-I will to-day deliver to any part of the
city, goo dry ash and hickory wood. Ap
ply at Pat. Clancy's sabon.
It Isaac Mo3ris
Mrs. Phillips, an old lady livin,' with
the fnuily .'f Mr. David OrilBa, on Twelfth
street, slipped and fell on the sleet-snvcred
walk in the yard Su iday morning, and in
the fall fractured her right arm near the
wr's. Dr. Paiker attended the case.
Th portrait of Mario Litta'a fac?
graces ihe windows of our principal bus'
reM locks in the form o' a handsome lith
ograph. The members of the company are
.al-o pictorially represented. The Litta
tr upe appears in this city to-night.
O.Ti ters Martin and Mahany arrested a
whi'e nun nun d El EirsL-ld, late Sit
urday nijli, woo wanted in Berkley,
Tenn., f or the b lrglary of a store and the
fie'tofa quan'ity of goods. They asut ,
the t'niei South Sun lay morning.
A brakeman on thu Illinois Central
railr 'a l, named E 1 Dingle, had his foot
c-iught by the pilot of an engine and
bidly mangled last Saturday. Dr. Parker
dressed the wounded limb and believes
that enough f the foot will be saved to
enable the man to walk with comparative
The Litta Company were fortunate in
securing Louis Blumeberg this season. He
ia really the only first class violoncelist in
the country, and a feature of the concerts
will bo the violoncello obligato, win h,
with L'tta's fhte-like voice, will have a
The sicntnBhips Cimbria and Sultan
collided in the German ocean Friday. The
Cimbria whs sunk. Very tew of the boats
of the Cimbria were lowered, tho vessel
keeling over so that they could not be
floated. Out of 490 souls only 53 are re
ported saved. The colliding steamer Sul
tan was badly injured.
Jim Williams and family, colored,
were deck passengers on the Henry A.
Tyler Friday last, bound for Columbus, Ky.
When the boat was but a short distance be
low Columbus, Williams waa taken with a
mild cnugh and in a few minutes was dead.
His remains and his family wore put off at
Mr. J. E. Parks, whose cooper-shop
near the gas works waa lately destroyed by
fire, will rebuild the shop and again begin
oppet ations The building will be almost
the samesiz) bb before and the lumber for
it ia already on thu ground. Work
will begin as soon as the weather will
A Cow stood rm the trackot the St.
Lou:a and Cairo railroad, near the Com
mercial avenue crossing, when tho pan-en-
ger train caiiui in Sunday. She didu't
see the train, or didu't mind it, and she
badly was mangled. The train didu't reach
tho Union depot, but had to stop on the west
side id Commercial aveuue aud unload
paasengeis a id baggage.
Thu Litta pompany, as recsynilod for
the honoii of Ib82-8U. pn-si-nti an aray ot
artiats who cannot tail to give an erj iyab!e
cmceit. Probably the two yreateat sing
crs i ver beard together incmicxrt nro Marie
Litta nua oignor trnento Bildiiizi, the
great It ilinii tenor. Both were stars for an
entire Heaaiiii wit i thu otrukotch "rand
Iialimi Opera company.
To twelve railroad corporallons the
itovertinent had yraiit'd up to June 510,
1812, bind as follows: Uniou P.iciUc.l. DM,
8S3 acres; Aiautic & Pacillo, 2.80a,7ail
at ie-; Atc.hi.ou, Topekn &, Sauta Fe, 2
74V7iJ!; Burlington & Missouri river, in
Nebnska, 2,:i7U,200; California & Oregon
t,H37 010; Cedar ilopid& Missi u i Hiver,
1,142,120s Winona & St. Peter, 1,140,800
Cairo & Fulton, 1,310,100; St. Paul &
Pacific, 3 070 423 (iu two grants); Southern
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23. 1-S3.
Cable dispatchrsto the Boston Herald
give an alarming picture of the famine in
omo pans of Ireland. In County Done
gal over 3.OU0 person nro atarving. In
cabins tie only food is a in is turn of Indian
meal and seawee 1, Relief is ariiviug vei)
slowly. The almost total failure of the
potato crop throughout the North of Ire
land ha caused the suffering. Aias, pour
New came here yesterday, brought
here by a mau direct from Texas, that Win
Howe, foimerly an employ in the Illinois
Central railroad office here an I brother-in-law
to Mr. Joseph Lufkin, was shot
dead in Texas a few days ago by T.nk
Mayfleld, who killed Capt. James Biggs,
here. Theciuse of this second killing is
said (o be an old q larrel which began in
this ciry, wbtn both were in the employ
of the Illinois Central compiny,
The contract for finishing Mr. Jacob
Kline's artesion well has been let to Mr.
Freeman, tho Washington avenue lightning
rod man. Mr. Freeman ha9 had experience
ia this kind of work. He has a d ffereot
method of sinking trie pip, from that em
ployed by Mr. O.-rould. His method i es
pecially adapted tosandy bottoms, and with
all necessary appliances, wells have been
sunk st the rate of seventy feet per day.
Mr. Freeman has sent away for the neces
sary machinery, some ot which is already
on it way here, and he will begin work as
soon a it all arrives.
A general rise took place in the ther
mometer north and west of us during the
tweuty-four hours ending 2 :11 o'clock yes
terday afternoon. The result was that the
number of points at which the thermometer
was below zero, was reduced from eleven on
Saturday, to only three namely, Dubuque,
La Crosse, and St. Paul. Tne wind also
had changed from a north or northwester''
direction to the s mth west ani southeast.
As this po:nt the thermometer stood at 23
abivc z Toypsterd iy afterno m yet, on the
sunnv sides of street tho sleet and fn w
e i. TJ:!est another cold change takes
plaoh nonh and west the wea her here
The qiirrell which is reported to
have rtS iHed in the death of young Win
Howe took place in the Illinois C-ntra! i f-
tke here while he and Mayfield were clerk
there. Howe was okout to strike Ma field
when the latter drew a revolver and Howe
withdrew, saying that he wxuld thrat-h
Mavtield at some future time. Howe went
oTeXtsand Mavtield is supposed to have
met with the rtsu t as stated elsewhere.
Whit lends a color of truth to the report
is that II ).v lias not been heard from o r
imttiuie either by Mr. Lulkiu or any of
iH trien Is here, and none know wh-re he
went. Mr. Lutkin has been in the city
making iuquires, but without reward.
Judue B .ker held court in the o'Tice
ofMeasrs. G;e?n and Gilbert yesterday,
for the purp..82 of cntinuing the taking
of testimony io the proceeding p-juding
between the Ci y of Cairo an J the 3t. Louis
and Cairo raiiroal company. Court opened.
about 2 o'clock a'teruon, and c n-
tinued until aboit five. Three witness
es w ere exunined for the city, Messrs R. H.
Cunningham. Peter Snip and Richard Fitz
gerald. Mr S. C. Judd, of Chicago, ap
peared for th company. This m orn ng at 0
o'clock the proceedings will be resumed and
thus through every dy this week probably.
Thus far but seven or eight of the most im
portant witnesses have b.'en examined, and
there ara a large number yet to be h.;ard on
In view of the several great hotel fires
of late it will bo of interest to know that
on Friday a bill waa introduced in the
Illinois legislature which, if passed, will
require all keepers or persons controll
ing hotels, seminaries, colleges or otLer
places where persons are lodged to provide
and keep in repair fire-escapes, should be
come a law, and then should be' rigidly en
forced. Tho bill provides that it shall be
the duty- of the city marshal, or chief of
polica ot cities, and president of board of
trustees of villages, to enforce compliance
with its provisions, and also to personally
exvnino such hotels, inns, or other public
buildings nam'jd in the act once in every
six months, for thu purpose of enforcing
tho act. This bill is au important one.
A bill has been introduced in the Illi
nois legislature, by II on. T. L. Mathews, of
Cass county, providing that all tho laws of
the state, ns they are pascd by tha legisla
ture, ba publish 'd in one or more p pi:rs in
each county of the stato. It is intended to
amend this bill so as to provide for publi
cation in every paper in the state. The ob-
j -ct saujit to be attiined is that the people
may be more generally iufoi'med ot what
(hanges are in the law of ihe ttate, what
appropriations ure made of the public
moneys. Theobj.ctis crinmemihbk ; its
accomplishment would make lrgihlators
more careful of the people's money and
would, wo confidently believe,
save to the public nnnually
much moro than tho cost of euitli
publication would bo.
B!oominton Bulletin: "Q ,Vi Cullom
has been elected in (h United States Sen
ate. lie received every Republican vote
in the General Assembly with tbo excep
tion or that ot beuator Ailams.iil Chxago
The precedent of dieting tin Governor to
Ihu United States Senate, cstablit-hyd in
1873 by the election of Gov. Ogleaby, has
by t'ullom's election been confirmed and
made a mlo of the Republican party ot
Illinois. Ambitious Republicans of this
State, desiring to become United Stabs
will hereafter seek the QubcroatorUI ofllce
for the purposi of usiug its patronage to
make their election to thu Senate a cer
tainty. J t i a bad precedent. It has al
ready borne evil fiuir, and will bj Iruitful
ot many more still greater evils if the peo
ple Jo uot rebuKH the Republ can party ot
tho Slate at the polls in 1834."
The Reniz S miley's were greeted by a
very good audience last night at the Opera
lluse. The company was a lare nun,
finely costumed and, for the most part,
tallected artist. The performance whs
not what many expected it would be vul
gar. It was amusing throughon , and if it
is true that "every laugh so hearty" draws
a nail out of one's coffin, wo may safely
say that those who were present drew
every nail from their coffins and laid
the boards away on a du-ty shelf in the
garret. Djtch Daly proved one of the best
performers in the troupe. His dialect
recitations were original in their humor
and well told, but his concertina olos
and imitators could not have been excelled
in their execu ion, Mbs luttie Elliott in
her skipping, rope dance was also perfect
received round after ronnd of applause
As a whole the performatico was as go d
and unobjectionable a burleque perform
acce as could have bwen produced.
For t o benefit of ardent lovers of
the chase, of whom there are not a few in
this city and county, who may not have a
clear idea of wlnft, by the, laws of Illinois,
they may aud what they may not hunt at
this time of the year, the following brief
sketch of said laws is given: "Deer and
wild turkeys may be killed btween Sep
tember 1st and January 25: b ; piunated
rou.-e or prairie chickens between August
25ih and December 1st; rutfL-d groue and
quails between October 1st and Jauuary
1st; wild geese and other water fowls be
tween August 15th and May 1st; wood
rock been July 4:ri and January 1st. Pos
session or sals in cl sed season is prohib
ited. Trapping, netting and night hunting
are forbidden, also to kill for market, or
to remove game out of the S'ate. One
can not hint upon the inclosed lands of
another widi .ut pernrssion. F.vu days
are allowed deilers, a t;r tha expiration
of the opL-n si uon, ii which to disposa o!
the stock ot" game on hand.
A b'll recently intro luted in tha Fed
eral bouse by Mr. Belu'ioover to fix and
JeSne th-; clu'ies of the sign il service, pn
vi tea for the discharg of the enlisted men
employed nnd the transfer of the service
Io the In'e'ior department. It provides
that th-re shill bo one chief signal officer
of the army of the rank of colonel with
an a.-si.stant of the rank of maj r whose
duties shall relate solely to military signal
ing, and provides that tho lieuteuauts now
in tho signal service shall be assigned to
regiments of the line. If this bill becomes
a law the present officers at every signal
station will be dismis-ed and either replac
ed with new officers employed by the In
terior department, or of re-em ploying thehe
same m-n under the m-w regime. It would
ba i npossibl i 1 1 fla 1 tho req li.sita uuinher
of ncy rn;n to taki the place of the old,
as .Hakes experience to cmblu one to per
form the duties of the service correctly.
There is therefore probably no reson to
fear that if tho bill does pas an army of
htxperieuced men will take the places of
the present officials and run the signal ser
vice into the ground.
D iuhtleS3 an interesting pieco of news
to many pjople hero as elsewhere wa that
published in these columns soma days ago,
that the engineer corps of the St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Southern railway had
arrived there for tho purpose of surveying
a branch line to Hot Spring. Tho same
dispatch said that the Hot Springs and
Malvern railway company would build an
extension from Malvern to P'.no Bluff, in
order to make connection with the Texas
and St. Louis narrow-gaugo at the la'ter
point. For some time it has been thought
that the Iron Mountain managers would
have a lino of iheir own to Hot Bprings.
The road fiom that point to Malvern ia con
trolled, if not almost entirely owned, by a
capitalist well known in tho southwest as
Diitnond Joe Reynolds. Ho is reputed to
have made a large fortune, the greater part
of it from the protitB of tbo Hot Springs
roid, which h is been a regular bouanzi.
It being the only road running direct to the
springs, tho owners havo been very inde
pendent. It was not supposed, though,
that they would so soon adopt the policy
which indicates that they don't caro what
the Iron Mountain does. Tho distaiicn
(roin Hot Springs to Malvern is about
twenty mil-s, and from Malvein to Piue
Bluff about fifty or sixty miles, estimated.
D utnoud Joe Reynolds from all accounts ia
not only pretty well fix'id, but has plenty
of solid backing. By forming a connection
with C l. Paramore's road ho has anoutUt
to Su Louis not only but to important
poiuts iu Texas.
AUCTION 1 AUCTION!
At thu coiner of Fourteenth street and
Washington avenue on Wednesday morn
ing, at 10 ocloik, January 24th, '83,
I will sell at auction, nil my household
goods constating of cook stove, and kitchen
furniture, tablos, wat4i -stands, bureaus,
sofa lounge, i hairs, child's crib and bugity,
bedateadH, springs, mattrosaes, safo, window
Bhaile, and many other atticlea too numer
ous to mention. Terms cash.
Dm. W. II. Mabeajt.
Oilio Leveo and.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
TRY IT AND
COMMERCIAL J. oil PRINTING.
Just received One Hundred Thousand
Busim sa C.irds.
Letter II -nd. , Irish Linen and flit
Note Heads, j papers.
E.ivelopi j of all kinds,
Dray 7u:ke's, ) perforated with r mod
R ceipt Bo ks, hole perforating
Coec'i U ok-", l in lehiue.
Kuil Sheet Posters,
Small 3 lis and I) i Igr,
Alt, of wiiic i will ba f und nt Tim
Bi'lleti.n Jou Office, N'o. 71 O i;o Liw.
Suaday.n ,hl th; watc nniti litely em
ployed iu the NvW Yoik Store
conceived the iiet.tlnt it w ia hi.
duty in the important position to which he
hid attained, to catch some me iu the act
f viulatiiii the preini e and to shoo', him
if he could, e.n I if he couldn't, to do it any
!:0v ns near as he cni'd. . Or perhaps lie
found it n c s-.iry to do foni-! act or ted
itue t lie which vould ti l his employer
with a stronger conviction that the setvxes
f llie w it. h.uan wer- in lUpensable. At
any rate" yct'-r biy morning when the
cl-rka and proprietor came to the (.tore the
watchman ha.! a bl ndy sroiy to relate
Two negroes hit I accreted themselves in
the store and iu tin do k s'derit hour of
the night had bejun to search for treasure.
B it ih y reco.ied without tho watchful
watchman. This individual came upon
them sudd-nly nnd confronted them with a
villainous looking weapon. A coupln of
shots, said the wttehmtn, induced the fel
lows to fli.-e, b-amg a p l of blool uor
the chicken Coop w hi're one of them had
stood, and tracks of oore along the route
of their retreat. Toe tt ry was well ni ide
up and fluently told; bot the listeners sus
pected that all w is not riuht and they in
vestigated the case. A little search re
vealed the whol'j story: the headless body
of the biggest fowl iu the coop was found
in the shed. This accounted for the blood,
and the watchman's confusion told plainly
that he was conscious of hmog been com
pletely foiled in an attempt to become the
hero of au imaginary bloody battle with
desperate would-be burglars.
Tho Shawanee News discourses thus
knowingly with reference to 'be Cairo post
office and custom house: "Capt. MrKeaig,
tho pnaent incumbent, and Cap, Murphy,
Chief deputy infernal revenue collector, are
having a tusel for the Cairo post office.
Murphy ought to hav? been appoin'ed
revenue cd lector for this dictrict, instead
of the fellow Pavoy. He was chief deputy
for a series of years under Col. Willii, mid
proved most faithful and competent. Com
mon decency would have dictated, it seenm
to us, that, after doing the work ot the
ofBco while soma other man raked in the
salary for years, Capt.-Murphy should have
the place. Yet ho failed to get it, and re
mains in his old subordinate position, while
inexperienced red-tape appointed scoops in
the salary nnd has a good time generally.
In views ot this state of facts, the turnirg
out of an experienced ptmuatcr to make
room for Murphy would have a strong
favor of muchiue politic a clear case of
bargain and sale in tho civil Bervice. In
stead of doub '.nj the dose, an emetic
should bo administered. Thu only way lo
hack to first principles is to put Pvey out,
put Murphy iu hi place, un I lot MeKeaig
alone. Any other courso will ho gutting
deeper into the mire. Give the grand old
Republican p irty a decent rhanco, .and do
not let it die of blood-poisoning, Lut tho
red-tape parasites bo choked off and kicked
NEWS NOTE 3.
Three prisoners escaped from tho jail at
Springfield, III., Sunday.
A damagig fl tod is expected in the
Tennessee river nt Chattanooga.
Tho conspiracy cases at Dubliu are de
veloping roido rental kahlo testimony.
Gen .Comstock is satisfied with tho pro
gress of the river eommisslon work near
LIMP NO MORE.
GOOD LOTS IMU SALE.
On Railroad stre-t below 0 h, thne lots,
S, 0 ami 10 block 15, fc5 b. 2 )ea h, milk
ing 73 feet on Riilroa l str"i t a r 1 20 fi-et,
dei'p. For particular apply at Bulletin ,
IF YOU DO,
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase jour bu-incas,
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lock of all kind and maul null.
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Cor. 10th St. Afi WuvhliiKton A'