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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1883.
The Daily Bulletin.
,.tir..f. in mm cowrnu. uiiftii cents pur lino for
Sritaidflvu cant. iir line acb iu bscquent (user
"l.m For ous wwk. Wonts per line. For oue
mouth. fill cunts lur Una
A large number of men wanted to make
staves. Steady employment giveu from
now until next spring. Full wages paid.
Arvniu tn.r MrUkv. Hector. Ark., or to
Farnbaker i Co., Uairo, ma.
llegi & Hucher.
John llogiand Eberhard Bucher have
formed a partnership in butchering and
will continue the buniness at the old stand
(if John Hegi on Commercial avenue, be
tween 19th and 20th. Old and new custo
mers are invited to call on them and they
will rind a full assortment of the best of
cut meats at all times and all kinds of John
Il.'gi's celebrated make of sausages during
the eeitson. 4t
Proposals lor Filling1.
Sealed proposals will be received up to and
including Thursday the 23d ins:, for live
hundred yards of earth more or less, to be
placed upon the school property on the cor
ner of Nineteenth and Walnut streets.
liy order of the board.
N. Ii. TlIISTI.EWOOD,
J. A. GOLDSTISE,
Cdro, Ills.. August loth, 1833.
Fr a good meal go to Dellauus, 50 Ohio
Levee. . tf
New lijiirdin? House.
Mrs. R. E. Norman has opened a first
clas boarding house in the Hribach house,
opposite C mrt House, where regular board
ers and transient guests will find good ac
commodation. Hoard and lodging $ t.00
per week, rates to transients $1.00 per day.
Table supplied with the best the market
affords. " 81'J-tf
oysters at DeBiUn's, 50
TO COSTRACTOIIS AND Bl'ILDEHS.
sealed bids will l)e received at the office
of II. II. Candee, Cairo, Ills., any time be
fore noon of August 31st, 13, loi furnish
ing the materials and erecting a building
at Cairo. Ills., to be known as the A. B.
StrJrd Memorial Library Budding, accord
ing o the plans and specifications ("printed
copies of the specifications can be furnished)
to be seen at the office aforesaid.
Bids may be subtuittel for any part or
parts of the work, or for the whole of it.
Good and sufficient b ind will be re
quired. Any or all bids any be rejected.
Address to the undersigned marked
"Propyls for SatLrd Memorial Library
Buiidmg." Ansa E. Safford.
Cairo, Ills., Aug. 10. IS.
F r a goi cup of tea
offee, go to
Sew Blacksmith Shop.
A tew hore shoeing shop has been open
t bv Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bl wkim tbing and wagon work
dore to order. Ik-pairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
K. Eichnoil's Furniture Rooms.
Don't buy any kind of furniture until
you hiv-i seen the li-.-vJtii'al sto:k at 101
Coaaiticiil avenue ueir sixth street, up
stairs. All the Utt etvl-.-s at close prices.
Saddle Rock Oysters at IkBaun 50 Ohio
For Sale or Trade.
A first-clan property consisting of 3 acres,
garden, etc., a gooddweliing-house, a store
house 70 feet deep, 2-story barn, ice house,
corn tribs, suv ike-house, well, cistern, etc.,
at Greenfield Landing Can be bought for
cash or I will exchange for Cairo property.
I mean business. Come and see me.
029tf John Tanner.
Restaurant and Oyster House,
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
uehs, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will core you, fkek
ok ciiAHOE. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Jo Em T. Inman, Station 1)., New York
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcaf in ttmu commu, icn cunts par ltn,
arh tnmrtinn ttu'l whether inarkoc! or not, if calm
luted to rmvuM any man himlmiss Intermit are
al way paid fur.
Mr. L. Pine, of the Singer company,
arrived at The Halliday yesterday.
A young recruit for the Halliday
Guards was horn unto Capt.Jno, E. English
Messrs. Jesse Winter and June Palmer,
of l)u Q lorn, are In the city to attend the
Abel-MeGahey wedding to night.
A notable wedding to which two of
our most popular young people will be par
ties, is to be celebrated up town to-night.
Mrs. Hester w ho takes part iu the con
cert Friday niht will arrive iu the city this
evening and will be the guest of Miss
Gordon during her stay,
Captain Jno, Gilbert, president of tho
livansville and Ciiro packet company has,
Bold his interest in that company to Capt.
J. F. Hopkins, of Evausville.
Mr. Henry Breiliau is very dangerous
ly sick with hemorrhage of tho stomach.
Jle was taken down only Sunday and was
yesterday in a precarious condition.
Misses Whilacre, formerly teachers in
the public schools, have been engaged to
teach In the Metropolis schools, upon the
rocommeiidation of Prof. Clarke.
Magistrate Comings has had a force
of masons, etc., at work for some time,
laiBing hit brick house on Eighth street,
tack ot Walnut. He is having an addition
al story put underneath, making it two
toritB high and one of the most coin fort nj
ble residences in the city. He has already
three applications for it from good fami
lies. Tho Frecport Democrat is a new paper,
the first issue appering last Saturday. It is
published at Freeporf, Ills., and is one of
the neatest looking little weeklies wo get.
Oue of the cradles of the Illinois Cen
tral incline at East Cairo was drawn up
yesterday for repairs. But tho transfer
business of the road was not interrupted
Mr. Jno. Stuart has returned from
Rockford, Ills., and has taken a position in
tho store of his brother, C. R. Stuart. He
will remain here several months .and then
return to Rockford to go into business for
Bank checks made to order, bound in
books, $4.00 per thousand.Jat The Bulle
tin office. Perforating 25 to 50c, number
ing $1.00 per thousand extra. Linen or reg
ular folio paper. Call ami see samples of
paper or checks. "
Col.Theo. Hyatt, president of the Penn
sylvania Military Academy, will be at The
Halliday Hotel in Cairo, on Wednesday,
August 22nd, from 10 a. m. to 12 m., and
will be happy to see patrons of the Academy
and others on official business.
Reserved seats for Storer's benefit Fri
day night of this week, can be secured at
Budcr's jewelry store on Commercial ave
nue without extra charge. There is a great
demand lor seats for Storer's benefit and a
crowded house is promised.
Everybody should turn out to night
and attend the meeting at the Opera House.
One of Southern Illinois' ablest orators and
profoundest thinkers will discourse upon a
subject of the most vital importance to
every permanent citizon of Cairo.
The St. Louis Chronicle says : "James
DeLay a well-known printer, died sudden
ly Sunday at the corner of 0;h and Olive
street." This is probably the James De
Lay who was well-known in Cairo a few
years ago, as he was a printer and has lived
for several years in St. Louis.
The Cairo City Cornet band now prac
tices in a room in the nort end of the Mo
bile and Ohio depot, which has been kin By
placed at their disposal by those in author
ity. They practiced there for the first time
Friday night and the people living in the
vicinity considered it quite a treat.
The Mobile and Ohio round house at
East Cairo shows up splendidly across here.
The Mobile and Ohio roa l takes pride in its
buildings of every description everywhere
It hu the reputation of putting up no scrub
structures for any purpose, in which respect
it is d.fferent from some ether railroad com
panies. Work Las for some time been ia prog
ress on the nc-w freight transfer apparatus
for the Cairo City elevator. It is being
built at the north end of the elevator prop
er, and consists of a tram-wiy reaching
down to the river, over which an endless
chain runs. Pick age of any description
place! upon he tram-way at the lower t-n 1
will be carrie i up and Ian led on a plat
form above. The building for the machin
ery is already erected.
A firmer in this county who sayi he
has no time to hand pick the potato bugs
that infest his vines and don't like to Use
Paris-green, concluded that he ini;ht util
ize some of the more pugnacious species of
ants to do the business. To do this he car
ried into hiB potato field pieces of wood in
which ants had made their homes, and he
says the ants in twe old fence posts sufficed
to clean all the bugs from a quarter acre
patch, although there seemed to be millions
The approaches to Ohio levee ou the
county road are said to be so narrow that
two vehicles can barely pass each other.
Last Sunday a horse attached to a buggy
containing two young people, having stop
ped close to the edge of the road near the
top of the levee in order to permit another
buggy to pass,was run into and shoved clear
down the embankment, but fortunately was
not injured. It (teems that when the Illi
nois Central company raised its tracks the
county road was raised to conform with the
new grade, but the same relative slope was
now re-established and the top was made
Beveral feet narrower.
Mr. Coughlau spent the greater part of
yesterday again in getting such informa
tion as be deemed necessary to enable him
give to his audience to-night an accurate
and reliable statement of the cost of the
improvement contemplated under tho Line
gar bills. Mr. Coughlan will, of course,
give no estimates that he would not him
self be willing to stand by as contractor;
he will make no figures upon tho work to
to be done, that he not hind himself by am
ple security to do the work for himself, or
have it done. Therefore the cry of "bun.
combe" or "deception" or "entrapping"
cannot bu raised against him.
Tho cost of handling dirt under lavor-
able circuinstanes is given in a letter put
United elsewhere, written to Mr. F. Vincent,
by Mr. J. W. Mitchell, superintendent of
earth works on the Mobile & Ohio rail
roads, now engaged at Lalteton, Ky. It
will be observed that the cire.umstanci
and conditions under which Cairo could
handle dirt for street-filling purposes
would bu tho most favorable that could ho
conceived, and hence it is reasonable to
conclude that, ns stated by Mr. Mitchull in
his letter, wo could daily move twulvu huu-
dred cubic yards of dirt into the city at a
cost of thirty-live or forty dollars. This
would bring tho cost of filling down to
from three to three and a third cents per
cubic pard. Add to this the cost of the
dirt where it lies which, under the Linegar
billH, can be procured at a very reasonable
figure by condemnation proceedings, and it
will probably not roach four cents per cu
bic yard. A fill of twelve feet in front of
a fifty-foot street would require eight hun
dred and thirty-three and one-third yards,
at 1c. each would amount to exactly
.$33.33' j and not one iota more. We might
go on at great length, giving figures
that would utterly demoralize tho doughty
swamp-angel of tho Argus aud his few fol
lowers, bin we will not even attempt to an
ticipate the more competent gentlemen who
will make things warm at the Opera Rouse
There is something almost pathetic in
the history of labor strikes in the last thir
teen years as told to tho U. S. senate com
mittee now engaged in investigating the relations-between
capital and labor. The
record shows that there have been in this
country and Europe 2,5-1 strikes, lasting in
the nggregate U,027 weeks or 54,lt!2 days,
and resulting in a loss to the strikers of
$22,237,000. Of the whole number 72 are
known to have been won by the striker, 91
were compromised, 189 were lost and about
2,000 are unaccounted for, though it is sup
posed they too were lost. It would appear
then that when a strike is ma le the chances
are 2,20 to 72, or 30 to 1, that it will fail,
and tlu results of the failure fall upon the
strikers and their families.
The police courts were tolerably busy
yesterday. In Magistrate Comings' court
old Dick Durbui was fined $ and
costs for disorderly conduct, and M it
tie Davis an 1 her "man' were each fined $5
and costs for using bad language and
fighting. In the case ot the latter the court
took occasion to utter some severe denunci
ations ot the habit so common among ne
groes of the lower and middle orders, of
disregarding the law governing the married
state -'taking a new wife every month"
without consulting the authorities in such
cases constituted and provided, as the court
plainly put it. But all these strictures only
produced a smile on the swrthy counten
ances of the ruotly crowd gathered in the
court room, and whatever effect they may
have produced upon the consciences, disap
peared with the smiles.
Here, says an exchange, are a few of
the thefts and frauds and crimes in each
case committed by republicans, high in
authority, not one whom has been punished.
Other will occur to the memory: "Recon
with tiie horde of carpet-bag
thieves, plundering the helpless southern
states by the ael of bayonets, of millions of
The Ross Shepherd frauds of the
District of Columbia. The Cre'.it Mbi',;;r
corruption. The sate burglary iniquity.
TV whisky frau Is reaching to the whi'e
house. The Freeman's bureau and Free
man's bank swindle. The Belknap im
peachraent. Toe Rjbeson navy frauds.
The Sanborn fri'iJs. The Indian Bur.au
frauds. The Pension Bureau frauds. The
Picific Mail sidsidy, corruptions and other
ccDgr-.-'Monl scandals. The Black Friday
ri-ca.i'y. The- theft of the presidency in
170. The-Indiana bribery in 16S0. And
last, but rr.t the least, the star roii'e
R -port- of the engineer officers in
ehario; of river and harbor improvements
f..r the fiscal year cd ling June 30, 1S-J3,
have nearly a.l been made; the notable ex
ceptions are with respect to improvement-
ni Oswego, New iork dtstn:t, and im-
Lprw.ril(;I)t , fU,,j,tt t0 the direction of tho
Mississippi river commission. Reports al
ready i'i cover to 201 wards of improve
ments. fr which there was appropriated in
the las' river and harbor bill $1 1,100,575.
Estimates are given in the reports for com
pletion of wards according to an exiting
project in 252 ot 201 cases. Ihe estimates
nogrei'ite $03,050,502. Statements as to
amounts appropriated since the beginning
of the w.itk under the existing project
were given iu 231 of 201 cases and the
amounts aggregate $3S,475,540. The re
ports show that a sum equal to almost one
half the impropriation made for these 201
wards by the river and harbor bill August,
Itl J, remain unexpended July 1, 1S3.
-Stieet-Tax Collector Devore yesterday
notified all the police officers to labor on
the streets or "com.; up" with a $1.50 each.
This is an unusual proceeding, by some be
lieved to be even an unlaw full proceeding,
m the officers are already at work for tho
city and would have to neglect their duties
asofliceis in order to comply with the or
del to labor on the streets, It may be said
that this w iiild not necessar ily bo the case,
as the officers could do as many other citi
zens do, pay tlie fl.50; but it should bo
observed that the law ni.uitKH only
"hiboi" and simply ri.UMiis the payment
of $1,50 in lieu of such labor. And, iu;
cirding to tho opinion of one of our eminent
local jurists, "labor" can be enforced only
in ca-es where it does not necessarily inter
f re with the d fendants' other duties, as
for instance in cues of engineers, etc. But
Collector Devote wants to trent everybody
alike; ho doesn't, like to slight anyone; ho
issuii! he is right or ho wouldn't go ahead
We Hhall wait and see the result of himuno
Officer McTigtiu got into a little
In-able Ji'hterday while in pursuit of hi
official duties. Two young inuii, Bud Bran
nun and J no. lvoehler, wuro seated on the
sidewalk tip-town, in a manner which, In
tho opinion of tho officer, was obstructing
the sidewalk, lie ordered them to move,
and words followed in which both sides
used somo expressions that may be termed
strong expressions. But tho officer request
ed them to nppear beforo Justico Robinson,
which they did, at the same time tiling a
complaint that the officer used, as afore
said, "strong expressions." They were
each tiued $2 ami costs for obstructing tho
walk ami tho court taxed the officer $5 for
his little infraction of iho ordinances. The
court probably held very properly .that there
is uo occasion for using any but tho mildest
and most decorous ot languago outside of a
printing office. In a printing office strong
expressions are a great aid to the proof
reader; they are absolutely necessary in
getting forms to press; they are very use
ful to tho compositor in setting bad manu
script; and very frequently aid the editor in
looking over the paper after it is printed in
the morning. The court reasoned very
correctly and henceforth officers in making
arrests will be particular to use no expres
sions that may, even reinot'dy, have the ap
peiraiuu'of being strong expressions.
The Argus says "the tot d value of the
property in the city would build one corner
of the hill" which it is proposed ultimately
to create for Cairo's progressive citizetis.
As usual the Argus talks without investiga
tion, stupidly, iguorantly. We don't know,
of course, what s rt of a hill the Argus re
fers to, hut we venture that the total assess
ed value of the real estate alone in the city,
which is, according to the rule observed by
assess irs, about one-third of the real value
of tiie property on an average, would pay
for a very fair sized hill. The total assessed
value aforesaid this . year, as submitted to
the state b eard id' equalization, is $1,152,
300,i'i0. This sum, expende 1 in hauling
dirt into the city from beyond the Mississ
ippi levee, would, at four cents per cubic
yard, pay for just 21Sd'.i,!l75 cublr yards.
This quantity of dirt would co :r every
inch of the 1,35.856,000 square inches in
the city to the depth of over thirteen feet.
The Argus talks glibly in a genera, way
about the enormity of the work iu'ou'led to
be'aecomplished, which is all initsowu little
brain, an 1 the imposibiiity of ever accom
plishing it and the great hardships that will
result from nn attempt to accompl:sh it;
but when its random utterances are test
ed by a common rule id reason and goo 1
sense, they are found to be the mertst bosh
that u.;ny a school boy of ten years would
The meeting ot the board of managers
of the Widows' und Orphans' .Mutual Aid
Society last night was about
us laugh tblo a face as w is
ever put upon the boards. Mr. Ths.
Lewis was the star performer, while the
bo r 1 of m cagers ( strange misuomer i
w-.-re the audience an 1 sat around like so
many bumps on a log, am. z.-d and para
lyze I by the masterly manner in which the
secretary executed bis part. Iu order to
en l-. r-taiid and thorou 'hlv appreciate last
titglit i grana noaie it is necessity to rear
briefly to the previous meetings of
j- b'ard. Tue previ an meet
i g wis an a lj jurne I regular meeting of
the b'urd, called fr the purpose of elect
ing olll-'Crs. AO oincers out me secretary
ad been electe 1 at the regular meeting,
an 1 the s-cr:'4rv was to be. elected at this
ijournel meeting. Mr. L. -wis desired to
retain the secretaryship; but a majority of
the b iar 1 present desired a change for reason-
best known to themselves. After con
siderable warm discussion the first ballot
was re iched ; the hat was passed around,
but when the ballots were counted there
were found to be three more than there
were voters present; investigation proved
that Mr. Lewis had "stulfed" the ballot,
in liis favor witn mree proxies which ima
previously been declared by the board to
. . .i - - . i. i .. l
i. illegal and void; and the ballots were
n it opened at all, tlie vote was not de
... . . .i
clared, and the meeting adjourned until
ast night. Last night the board met
again. What ion ny, oi uouise, v
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cot a secretary for the present year, only
this and for no other reason whatever, nix-
teen or eighteen members were present, all
rea ly to go on with the contest over tno
secret uyship. It must be admitted, how
ever, that tho anti-Lewis faction had
weakened considerably; theie had been
several desertions during the week, and the
remaining members had a strange presenti
ment that Mr. Lewis would out-maneuver
them in s line w ay. And the ptcHeiititiK Ut
proved entirely correct, even beyond their
most fearful expect ttioiis. The meeting
was called to order by President McGahey
and the reading of the minutes of the pre
vious meeting, as they had been "lixed up"
by tin; secretary of that meeting, settled
the whole business. Tho minutes stated
that, among other atrango things that had
been accomplished at tho previous meeting,
was tho election of Mr. Thomas Lewis as
n-i . I I
secretary lor nntttiicr year, i no uoam
heard this announcement in silence; they
were all dumbfounded by this magnificent
piece of information. In every counten
ance could be plainly read tho question, "it
wo did all this at tho last meeting, what in
tho devil are wo hero for to-nightf" They
all Bat in silence lor a minute or two; then
Beveral arose and shot out of the door with
out even nodding a respectful adieu; then
tho secretary made a motion to adjourn, and
the motion was unanimously carried because
the "nays" were not called for. Two min
utes bitter all was dark and vacant in and
about the secretary's office, and about a
dozou men might havo been seen moving la
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect your PBEMISE8. We liavea large
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BR0M0 CHL0RALUM, GIR0NDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
FJ1ID.AY KVJi)., August 21, 11183.
GRAND BENEFIT CONCERT TO
Prof. Gr. A. JVL Storer,
Given by tlie Cairo Brass Hand and Opera House Orchestra,
assisted by the following home and foreign talent:
Prof, storer Clarionette
Prof. Salisbury, of Cedar Rapids,
Mrs. Keo. Parsons and Miss Riila
Mrs. J. M- Lan-oleii. Miss Mamie Corlisa
Miss M. Adi 11a Gordon.
All the Railroads
for tins date.
Thf I'lutio Uf.il At tM concert i the "1ECKKR hQ.l'AKE GUAM)," kindly
I'lHiud fur the oi-caiOon by Or. W.C. Jocelyn. Agi-at.
1J6 and IS Commer
j Cairo, Illinois.
DRV GOODS and NOTIONS,
full linn of nil tho Intent, n-wet colort
ni qasltty, aud tient manufacture.
CAHPKT DKI'AltTMKN 1".
IWv BrRp.eN, T;)t.f tr;e, Itgrami,
Cloths. & .. Ac.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Thi I) tisrimi-nt wupiti a full floor ami
I corny ue Iu all rup-c'.ii. UooUi ar
K'lararitwfU ol latent style and best ma
tunai. Bottom Prices aDd First-class Goods!
different directions, slowly, thoughtfully, as
in a trance, with liea Is down and hands in
their p icket-), evidently pondering over a
knotty problem. Thmcn leth the trouble
in the W. & O. M. A. S.
THE COST OF FILLING.
Th following letter will explain itself:
L.vkkton, Ky., Au,'. 18, 18).
Mr. K. Vincent:
Dkak Sih: 'T received your letter of
the 17tli and will inform you tho best I
can in re;;ar I to steam shovel work. I get
out from six hundred to one thousand
,u..u .. ,lut. ,.f .iir nrwl haul if frnm bit In
nine miles, a good ahovel will cut twelve
Hundreds yarns per oay m a goon sami
bank it no liendrancc, out wiiere tno oiri
hard and tin-re aro stumps in the way
it is good work to get out six hundred
yards per lay. I work sixteen laborers
per flay atone dollar per day, two locoino-
tlui. i.rurineu otic til llMllillfi till! cam while
, i... "..i ...i i, a; a
!J2i!llll IWI'I out! lo uaui HIU till l vuv
where we use it, the cont of tho wholo
work loading and unloading, men and fuel
is thirty-live or forty dollars per day."
J. V. Mitchell.
Mr. Joseph O. Walton, druggist at Sher
lirnokH. Cana.. savs that tho conquororof
pain, St. Jacobs Oil, is the best selling arti- j
cle oe ever naiifiien in ins irti'm.
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD
EMY. Yesterday Cd. Theodore Hyatt, presi
dent fif the above lAuned institution, and
his family, arrived at The IlaUiday in this
city. Col, Hyatt represents one of the best
organized and most thorough educational
institutions of tho country. A number
our citizens are enrolled lunoiighis patrons.
Win. P. Halliday, Jr., irraduntort at the
head of his class at the last commence
ment and was one of tho six cadets report
ed to the governor of Pennsylvania for Iub
high record in all departments of duty
during tho year. Messrs. Phil C. Barclay
an Scott A. White of our city are also
graduates of the academy. Col. Hyatt
w 11 bo hapoy to receive, calls to-day from
patrons and others, on professional busl-
Little Cathartic is tho best and
An U tti 1 1 ft I ,1m Liver Pill known, never fails
with the moBt obstinate cases, purely vege
table. 15 cents. (1)
74 OHIO Lib: V Kill
and (.'or. Iltli & Wash. Ave.
OP EE A HOUSE.
Mrs. Marie Hester, of Anna.
Miss Aunie Pitcher.
Frank G. Metcalf. Charlie Frank.
E. Y. Crowell. R.M.Davis.
Duets, Trios, Quartettes,
&c., kc., cce.
- - FIFTY CENTS.
into Cairo will give reduced rates
1'liOFKSSlOS AL CAltDS.
QEOKGE II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN Sz SURGEON.
Special attention paUllo the Homeopathic treat
mnit farcical diesi . and uUe&r.i of women
OKr'ICK On 11th Hreet. oppemte tlie I'ot
office, Cairo, III.
JjH. J. E. STKONO,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ?LECTKO V.U'OK o MKDICATKD
HAT II W
A lady in attendance
pK. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFTK R-KlfUth H tree I. near Comoerclal AvaDDa
E W. WniTLOCK,
Orrioi No. 1S6 Commercial
Kfrat'j and NtLth Hiree-j
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Largest Variety Slock
IN TIIK CITY.
i GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth (trout 1
Commercial Avennii I
tnnt. B. SMITH
KURKIIT A. ITU.
Grand Central Store.
CAIKO. - ILL-
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