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T11K DAILY CAIRO HULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, issa.
The Daily Bulletin.
Hour.-. In turn coiuiud. iKnicemi pr line for
Ir.ttDct five oenu er line Mcbiubejuenttuier
Mou. Kor one wwk. SO cent per lino. For one
froutl.BOcenU per Una
Men Wanted I
50 hands wanted to work in timber, con
Munt work, summer and winter. Call at or
address Three States Hotel. bt
395,000 Bricks for Sale.
I huve tor sale, belonging to tbe estate
of Peter StoltenberR, deceased, 895,000
burnt brick which I offer at a bargain in
"lota to suit the purchaser; must bo sold im
mediately to close the accounts of the es
tate. Anoi.ru Swoijoda,
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
l)e Uiun's. tf
Tlie Cairo .House
by J. B. Doering has moved into the com
modious brick building corner Commercial
avenue and 15th street, where all old and
new patrons will be welcomed and provided
with nrst-cUss accommodations. ot
Mcsic books bound at f 2.00 per volume
tf A. W. Pvatt, 77 Ohio Levee.
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
LAST CHANCE !1
ONLY TWENTY KIVK DAl8MOKK!.i
In which to buv vour Dry Goods, Cloth
inc. Hats and C-i)s, Ladies and Children's
Shoes, Men's Hoots, &c, ifcc. On Sept.
20th, 1833, this sale will close. No such
chance was ever offered in Cairo, to buy
goods at less than cost and almost your
own price. Stock muat be closed out and
miny bargains vet remain. This is no ad
vertisement for buncomb. The stock must
be sold to close the estate of Wru. Wolf.
Wa offer Bryan Browu Custom Shoes tor
$2.50 and 12.73; former price, $3.25 and
$3.75. Children's Shoes, 25., 50c, 75c. and
$l.00;goods that sold before at 75c, $1.00
and $1.50. Everything else as low. Ladles
Il is-i at 5c, 10c. 20c. and 30c; formerly,
10c, 20c, 30c and 40c Men's Shirts that
sold at $1.50 and $2.00, now half price.
Prints for 3jC.4c, 4c.and 5c. Good new
styles. Lrge stock ot Kibbons that sold for
10c, 20c, 40c. and 50c. per yard, now half
Bemember this is your last dunce. The
stock is still larger. Having done both a
wholesale and retail trade, we required a
Moy winter goods which must be sold,
and will soon be needed, are now open. We
could write a paper full of quotations of
these goods; but prefer to have you call
and obtain our prim, and then compare
them with prices of goods sold elsewhere.
Bargains in every lino for those who want.
C. O. Patieii,
P.S.-Weshall after S'pM, 1883, re
duce our stock of Groceries, in order to
have it appraised. Here are bargains also.
826-15t C. O. P.
Saddle Bock Oysters at DeBaun 56 Ohio
A Urge number of men wanted to make
Staves. S;ea ly employment given from
now until next sprin,'. Full wages paid.
Apply to J. McBiy, H-ctor, Ark., or to
Farubaker & Co., Cairo, Ills. tf
Restaurant aud Oyster House,
New Blacksmith Shop.
A tew horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers ouTeuth street. All
manner of blacksmithing and wagon work
done to order. Impairing work a specialty.
Work douo promptly. tf
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in taeo commna, ton ennta per line,
aeh iunuin anil whmticr marked or not, if ralca
luted to fiiwuni aur mau a bunlneaa tntrruai are
alwayn paid fur.
Mr. Louis Burger returned yesterday
from the east.
"Stovewood, kindling and sawdust for
tale at Box Eactory Telephone 47." 5t
Col. Jno. Wood aud wife are in Chica
go, to make a short stay among friends.
Chattel mortgage and warantee deed
blauks, at Thk Iku.KTis office. tf
Mr. Emm Morris, ot Uliin, was in town
yesterday on business for the t'llin saw
mills. The Texas and St. Louis train yester
day was several hours late, as was also the
Illinois Central. Cause unknown here.
Dr. O. II. Leach u'ot over his malarial
ailment at Carbondale, in timo to return
home well and hearty Wednesday uight.
The Illinois Central company 1ms t
force of men employed extending the Texas
aud St. Louis tracks down part The Holi
day. Alderman C. N. Hughes was out aain
yesterday. His hand is now rapidly im
proving and he will be about as usual again
before many days.
Mr. G. II. Jackson has moved his com
missbu store from below Sixth street, Ohio
levee, to The Bui.lsti.nn building, in
Another hundred pounds of new, long
primer italic, for use in legal blanks, Deeds,
Leases, etc., was yesterday luid in cases in
Tun Bullktis Job Office.
Armstrong Brothers' Minstrels have
tuet with splendid success throughout the
tast, especially in Baltimore, Harrisburg
luiu Washington, aud will give a flrst-claa
entertainment here Tuesday night, Sept. It.
Buder hag tickets and reserved seats 75, M
and 25 cents.
Mrs. Samuel Meyers and children re
turned last evening from Cincinnati where
they had been visiting for a month or two.
The customary public rehearsal was
Dot furnished by the Cairo City Band last
night; but next week the band will prob
ably be on hand as usual.
Ed. Morton, ex-editor of the "Vienna
Times" bas sued Milton A. Smith, of the
Journal, for libel, placing his damages at
$5,000. Smith called him an Eunocli.
Chief Myers has put three or four of
the chronic disturbers of the public peace
in "Pinch," into the municipal sweat-box
to cool oft, and "Pinch" has not been heard
The next session of the southern Illi
nois Conference of the M. E. church will
be hold at Belleville, beginning on Wed
nesday, Sept. 19, and lasting until Sabbath,
Mrs, C. H. Warner, wife ot Manager
Warner, took her departure Thursday, on
the 3:50 train, for an extended visit to her
native state, Vermont. In the near future
the manager expects to join her.
An organization of Capo Girardeau,
known as the Mystic Tribe, Capaha, are to j
celebrate October 10th in that city, by a
grand street pagcut, Are works, etc., for
some reason or other not stated on the
The St. Louis and Cairo railroad have
issued posters announcing that they will
carry passengers to all tairs in southern
Illinois at one and one-third fare, am)
charge half-rates on articles intended for
Some southern Illinois towns are be
ing visited by swindlers, who call them
selves agents for some city dyeing establish
ment, and they call at residences to collect
shawls, clothing, etc., to be dyed and re
turned, but the owners never see anything
more ot the goods.
A case to which the St. Louis and Cairo
railroad aud Mr. John Petre, were parties,
was tried and decided in Justice J. II. Rob
inson's court yesterday. Mr. Petrie had
shipped a number of bundles of hides to
St. Louis over the road named, and one
bundle was lost on the way, The court
decided in his favor, allowing his claim of
15 and costs.
Arlington Leader; The citizens of
Columbus are very much excited over the
hope of getting th( court house of Hick
man county. They are working vigorously
to remove the county site to that place, and
as an inducement, offer to douato $25,000
for the purpose of building a court house.
Cclumbus has some substantial men who
will make the contest hot for Clinton.
The humorist of the Metropolis Demo
crat says, "the hole in which Cairo is built,
is being made two feel deeper, and still
Cairo Is an unholy hole. ''"The bolj in
which Cairo is built" is to bo tilled up, Bro,
Trousdale, and then she will be no longer
"an unholy hole," but an Aiaiat, toward
which the people of all Euypt (in Illinois
and from the bottoms of Missouri and Ken
tucky, will flock for safety during flood
time At the meeting of the Hibcrian tire
company last night, the following officers
were elected for the ensuing year: Presi
dent, Wm. McIIale; Vice President, Thos.
Keane; Secretary, D. J. Foley; Treasurer,
Al. Susaiika; Captain, Jno. P. Hogan;
Foreman of Engine, Frank Steagala ; As
sistant, Richard Jones; Foreman of Hose,
Thomas Mahanny; Assistant, Jno. Glynn;
Board of Directors, M. J, Howley, Frank
Oazzola and T. M. Lovett.
Washington, Baltimore and Harris
burg papers are entbusiasiic over the per
formances of the Armstrong Brothers Mon
ster Minstrels to open here Tuesday evert
ing next, Sept. 18th, and claim the compa
ny is one of the best on the road. Several
names mentioned among the troupe are fa
miliar, many of them having appeared with
Haverly's ami Barlow Wilson & Co. They
have an after piece entitled "Fun in a
Smoking Car," in which appears the entire
The Southern Illinois Teachers' associ
ation elected the following officers at its
last meeting: President. E, E,
Edwards, of Olney; Vice-Presidents, J.
C. Kenninger, of Mt. Carmel, and D. B,
Parkinson, of Catbondale; Treasurer, Geo
L.Guy, of Chester; Recording Secretary,
Miss Ellen Elatn, of Greenville; Corres
ponding Secretary, R. A. Haiuht, of Belle
ville. Executive Committee S. M. Inglis,
C.W.Mills and J. T. Bowles. The next
meeting will bo hold the last week of Aug.
1884, at Ceutralia, Illinois,
--Thi' official returns of the late election
in Kentucky show that the Republican can
didate tor governor, T. Z. Moirow, who
was awhito man, received 80,181 votes,
while the Republican candidate for regis
ter of the land office, who was a negro, re
ceived 7 1,!H7. The questions that puzzle
the colored voter over there are, why this
difference! what became of the 17,0(11 good
Republican votes that were cast for the
head of tho ticket but not for the tail?
Why were they lost to tho tall?, etc., ad In
flnitum. -The marine hospital matter 'has been In
statu quo for some time. Tho department
at Washington was waiting for a report
from Major Connelly, of Springfield, an
nouncing tho favorable conclusion of the
condemnation proceeding, but tho major
had so many duties to perform while the
district court was in session, that he failed
to give tho matter his attention. But a few
days ago Mr. George Fisher wrote Major
Connelly a letter, urging him to make no
further delay in reporting to tho depart
ment, and this probably bad tho desired ef
fect. Col. Hamilton, tho surgeou general,
is unxioijs to see work on tho building be
gun as soon us possible, and will not be to
blame for further delay.
Tho Jackson County Democrat has
changed hands. It has been purchased by
tho proprietors of the Carbondale Criterion,
and in its issue of Thursday, the Democrat
contained the valedictory of Mr. Prather
and the salutory of C. Ackermon & Son. It
is announced. that tho Democrat will be
continued at Murphysboro during the pres
ent month, at the cud of which the mat"ii
a Is will be brought to Carbondale and con-,
solidated with those of the Criterion. Both
papers will be merged into one, to be
known as the Criterion-Demecrat.
Tho tenth annual re-union of tho Mex
lean War Veterans, will bo held at Carmi
III., on the 19th and 20th instants, Among
tho distinguished military gentlemen who
are expected to bo there, aro (fen. W. T.
Sherman, Geo. George Morgan, of Ohio
Hon. W. II. Morrison. Col. P. T. Tutnley,
Judge E. S. Holbrook and others. Tho
citizens of Carmi, III., nre making quite
extensive arrangements to welcome the Old
Boys to their fire-sides and partake ot the
hospitality. Captain Thomas Wilson, of
this city, is vice-president of the organiza
tion for the Twentieth congressional dis
trict. The negroes who were poisoned by the
woman Kate Cotton, several days ago, are
recovering, and will probably all he alright
again in a few days excepting, of course,
Jerry Thompson, who died. Jerry's stom
ach was taken out and sent to Dr. Walton,
the lately arrived colored doctor, for exami
nation; but he refuses to make the exami
nation unless paid for it. The jury in the
case was still engaged in the examination
of witnesses yesterday, aud had nut arrived
at a verdict last night. Kate Cotton is in
the county jail, having recovered from her
severe lit of hysterics. She was cited be
fore the jury Wednesday but gave no testi
mony. We have received from Oliver Ditson
& Co., Boston, a few pieces of new music,
that are good specimens of the "notes for
general circulation" they are constantly is
suing, "Brooklyu Bridge Giand March"
(lOcts.), by E. Mack, gives a good view of
the bridge, and of New York harbor, on
the title-page. "On the Waves" (35 cts.),
a boat song (no words), for piano by Adam
Oeibel; one with "Buttercups and Daises"
at the head, gives us the name of nine
pretty and quite easy pieces, oy E. S. Clark,
each cos'ing 30 cts. "The Alpine Horn"
(35 cts.), by Ludovic, is for violin and piano;
the "Nap Polka" (35 cts.), by Lees, is not
'at all sleepy; "Come back, Mona" (25 cts.),
by Ague w, is an Irish song with chorus;
"O virginal Air," from the opera Esmeralda
(50 cts.), is a love sick lay; and the last
piece is a good sacred song, "Lord, with
glowing hearts" (35 cts.), by Estee.
The following is a list of the presents
received by the bride at the Storer-Corliss
wedding: Groom, gold bra relets set with
diamonds; Father ot bride, bedroom set;
Mother of bride, china water set, half dozen
solid silver spoons; Mrs. A. B. Safford,
French clock; Will Johnson, small clock ;
Mr and Mrs. Burnett, small clock ; Wm.
Murphy, solid silver cake basket lined with
gold; Mr. J. Bernath, one dozen knives;
Mr. and Mis. Smith, rattan rocking chair;
Mrs. L. Herbert, two fancy rocking chairs;
Mr. and Mrs. F. Korsmeyer, pickle caster;
Mr. an I Mrs. Marx, busts of Shakespeare
and Dickens; Cairo Cornet Band, largo sil
ver water pitchur and goblet; Mr. Melzgar,
silver card receiver; Mary Baker, salt and
pepper stand; Mr. Eichhoff, marble table;
Mary Irvin, ch:iir tidy; Miss Desrocher,
horseshoe of cut (lowers; Mr. Bailey, wash
stand set; Mr-. C. Pink, basket of cut
flowers; Mrs. Sain. Williamson, embroi l
tried h nikerchiels; Mrs. Madden, two bas
kets of cut Ibwersj Mrs. Farren, two bas
kets of cut flowers; Mrs. Beomes, bouquet
of white roes; Mrs. Fisher, pyramid uf cut
flowers; Mi C. Smith, box of silk hose;
Mr. Goidstine, rug; Mr. R. Helmckcr, or
nameiitnl cake; Uncles Will arid Leming,
- In its report of the proceedings of tit
Southern Illinois Teachers' association, thu
Carbondale Free Press pays thu following
neat and, we know, well di served, complij
riient to one of Ciiro'H 1'avontn singers:
"To Mrs, Lan.den, of Cairo, ,u traohors
association and citizens of Carbondale aro
indebted for a musical i-n 1 1-it nj ri iidmi tt or
rather a series of entertainment!!, Mint were
of the highest order. ,SI, m,j, H(.m,
pieces that were exquisite, and, w,. nro KUd
to say, highly appreciated by her cultivated
audiences. The lady has a splendid natural
voice, and her singing gives evid, ncu that
it has received most careful training, Upon
inquiry, we learn that she has been instruct
ed in soini! of the leading consiiivatories of
the country. Wo are truly ylad that wo
havu such musical talent at hoinu-.eoiiaid-unng
Cairo and Carbondale uH nu
that perliilns to Southern Illinois, and con
sequently our homo, and sincerely hope that
Mrs. Laiisdon will ho afforded frequent op
portunity to sing before our proplo. Speak
ing thu general sentiment of thu teacher
aud people, wo thank her for tliucujoy-
merit she sffordml, and most heartily in
vito her to come again, that all may sbaro
the enjoyment. Our amateurs and tho stu
dents of the university should not tail to
secure so di awing a card when tho fall ami
winter entertainments ure inaugurated."
The examination of Mr. B. 0. Jones,
of the Metropolis Journal, for over-charging
United States pensioners, which was to
have transpired in this city, before Com
missioner Candeo, last week, did not tran
spire; ami tho reason why it did not tran
spiro is a very suspicions mystery. A Mr.
Paine, special pension examiner, was sent
here from Washington, for tho especial pur
pose of inquiring into the facts of Mr.
Jones' case. Ho arrived about Monday ot
last week. Mr. Smith, of Metropolis,
who is the gentleman that holds the
twenty damaging nllii'avits from twenty
men and women who were over charged
by Jones, came to this city several days
after Mr. Paine had arrived, and then he
and Mr. Paine went before Commissioner
Ctudee and made their presence
known, after having held a consultation
between themselves alone at The Halhd iy.
For some rea-ton Mr. Jones, the defendant,
who was to bo examined, was not in the
city, and it turned out that his presence was
not necessary. Instead of proceeding witli
me examination neiore Mr. t andee, .Mes.-rs.
Paine and Smith gave the commissioner to
understand that they preferred that there
should be no examination; Mr. Smith said
that the quarrel between himself and Mr.
Jones, the defendant, which had induced
him (Smith) to procure the twenty damag
jng affidavits, was a thing of the past; that
now only the kindest feelings prevailed be
tween himself and Mr. Jones, and tint,
though he had the affidavits aforesaid th"n
in his possession, he preferred not to give
them up, but to bury them out of sight
forever, or words to that effect. Mr. Paine
seemed to be entirely willing to submit to
any arrangement by which the matter could
be amicably "settled" in fact Mr. Paine
was, during the greater part of his stay here,
in what we will, for his own sake and for
the sake of the great God and morality and
sobriety party he represents, mildly and
evasively term a "catamouse" state, in which
he would have been camparatively helpless
in the hands of a generous and forgiving
gentleman like Mr. Smith. They told
Commissioner Candee that they would re
turn to The Halliday and have a "consulta
tion," and politely declined thecommission-
er s company down there. They left and
were gone several hours when they again
appeared before Commissioner Candee, say
ing that the matter had been settled and re
questing him to sign vouchers calling upon
the government to pay Smith's expense s
for cotinriL' down here as a
witness for the government in
thu case nf the Government vs. B. O.
Jones; but the Commissioner very prorerly
refused to sign these vouchers, on tho
ground that there had been no proceedings
before him in the case aforesaid and that
the said Smith bad not nppeared before
him as a witness in this or any other
case. With this Messrs. Paine and Smith
left the office of the Commissioner,
probably with uukind feelings toward
that gentleman, an 1 after dnwuing their
grief and disappointment in another "con
sultation," they went each his separate way.
And thus, so far as wo know, endeth the
case of the U. S. Government vs. B. O.
Interested In Fire And Water.
Such leading men as Capt. Ben. Bull
wirikle, of the Fire Patrol, Chicago, III.;
Thomas F. Nevins, Km., Chief Engineer
Fire Department, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Jas.
Thompson, K-.q., Fire Marshal. Philadel
phia. Pa.; Thos. Wiliard, Esq., Fire Com
missioner, Albany, N. Y., have used the in
fallible cure, St. Jacobs Oil, and endorse
and recommend it.
BURNT CO KK.
The celebrated Armstrong Brothers with
a tine troupe of 41 performers will entertain
Cairo audience Tuesday evening, Sept. 18,
remaining one night only, Their version of
minstrelsy varies from that so common
now-a-days, anil tho new departure will be
found exceedingly refreshing. See their
advertisement in this issue.
Reserved seats at Buder's without extra
charge. Prices as usual, 75, J50 ami 25.
YiiSIKUDAY'S HOTEL ARRIVALS.
TI1K II A 1,1, IDA V.
I. Iluht, Paducah, Ky.; J. T. Miller,
Clarendon, Ark.; T. H. Rear Ion, Tex.; A.
B. Matson, Texarkana, Ark.; K. W. Movus,
L'llion, 111,; j, v, May and daughter,
Clarkville, Ark.; H. A. Kennedy, Chicago;
W- W. Ilozman, Chicago; T. II. Oomer,
T.xss; ,1, (J. Bitcher, Camdi'ii, Ark.; W.
M. Cruner, Camden, Ark.; II. P. Morgan,
Camden, Ark,; J. M, Smith, Camden, Ark.;
C. K. Orun lley, Chicago; A. Vosmer, Cin
cinnati; K. o. Donnoll, SI. Louis; C, P.
King, Chicago; F. T. Cuinmings, Nashville,
Term.; K, Kebett, Mobile, Ala,; B. D.
Thomason, Maiden, Mo.; J. W. Corman,
Hukinsn, Ky,; J. II, Hiukcr, Chicago; J.
II. L .rd, Pain, III.; . A. Bn 'inon, F.vaiiH
ville, hid.; S. S. W'atson, Vincennes, Ind.;
A. T. Chase, St. Louis; S. M. Wood row,
Carmi, III.; W. II . Cutter, Kvansville, Ind.;
Mr, Wathens, IJuincy; P. Bopme, New
Yoik; A. F. Feel, Chicago; II. II. Mono
hod, St, Louis; C. F, Oppervuny, St. Louis;
L. II. Cundall, Carlinville, III.; D. F raser
Cincinnati; C. O. Dutcher, St. Louis; J,
Kortinan, St. Louis; L. Carpenter, Shawnee,
town; ,1. Warren and son, Cape Girardeau;
J. A. Wueb, Natchez, Miss.; J. Hardy
Vickaburgh, Miss.; W. I). Qulnley, Ht.
Louis; 0. C. Opslon, DeSoto.
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect jour PREMISES. We have a lmire
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BR0M0 CIIL0UAIUM, (ilKONDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.,
Also (iKXUIXK DALMATIAN
D A Df1l A V
I JiUllj JJA 1
of course all the good people of Cairo are anxious for hii vthinir that will
addt.thoPK()s)'KKITV of tho city; and while there ar, il,?,'" oK.Itly
er as nunc means 01 attaining the
f-T, ,",..y," illlil'iist three weeks to till his fstablMiineiit with the "JIKillhST
t.KADK goods at tlo; "LOWEST GRADE" prices. 'I Lev are now arr.vin' and
a visit or inspection is invited. ' ""
!Ei Kli th Street".
A MUsi: ME NT.
(JAIR0 Ol'EJJA HOUSE.
OM.V XKillT ONLY
TUESDAY. Seit. Hi.
The Paragon of Minstrelsy!
Everything Sew. Pleasing A KeflneJ!
M ... J 1
I Vit I i Al'
All nui vnl
"I II 101 1 v I
oi I b ' -1 r New ninl innuml
"Version of Minstrelsy"
Mammoth Brass Kami
The whole rouiMtmiinn in the ftm-ai MOntrd En
t -rt (i : I, in i-ii t In tin: World.
ENTIRE NEW BUSINESS !
1 1 r V " 1 K'illH Af llltllttl,
at HmliT M.
Hiid 75 cut, mi h it
W. hTKATTON, ("Biro. T. MUD. M'.MOtirl.
STJUTl'ON & Mill),
No. AT Ohio I.rvtMi, Cniro, III.
tWAt;niii Amitrinin I'owilcr Co.
T. I). Dickursoii, Mini's Point; James
Dillon, New M'idrid; (.Sen. Dillon, name; I.
Isrhch, St. Loimh; Wes. Lane, City; Chan.
Dick, Ehloi'H -lo, 111.; W. fl. Cochran, Him
ton, III.; M. II. DaviH, Hinne; E. E. Hawes,
Wir.kliiTu, Ivy. 5 Wilbnrn S. Delnontc, U. S.
A.;L. CO iohari, Shiiwneetown; .1. Oreer,
Chicago, III.; IM. Atherton, Ilodis Paik,
III.;.!. T. WiII'ih, New Ilarpton; Walter
Altbcrtoti, Dollars Park 5 Michael Allen,
St. Eonin; W. A. White, Kami!; O. Wieiranil,
name; 0. C. Monloiiyh, name; I, A. Harris,
name; JI. II. Pox, name; H. M. HiiHton, I'm
diirab, Ivy., W. T. l.cb'iM, St. Lmiin; It. 0.
Stewart, Wood Euke; J.T. Tutealf, Lueran
ruhyghiM. Harri; Now Orleans ; A. II.
Leonard, Chicago; A. F. Burk, Imliainipo
11m; J. II. Hohh, Charleston, Mo.; J. M.
Hooker, Jackson ; E. Berkeley, Mobile, 8.
A. Nicholos, r.ipiar Hlurf.
ouio ij:v uh;
and Cor. !!tli & Wash. Ave.
pmi. Mr. r. If sti i ur i
T ) TIIK
will rnn on' nf tti. i r tnpu!nr ex: i.r-imm to Chlcn-
TUESDAY, Sept. 1!!, 1
Kri "irt tu (.'hi', at.'1' : r t r, "im ori'.y
SWpii,i! ritr- will - pUn-il on nU (rm lc at
ill ro. rcailir for nrftmajnv.it " ,M.. MornlMr.
th" 17th. autilii-Hioriii lor ii-.-t t ii rnr hrrthn uliim'il
fie icii'li- 'o .Mr. .1 . II Join , ti-.i-i -,u', 1 mro,
011 or h'.'lnre JvptiMtihi r IMii.
K"inciiilirr th: In (loMtivWy t'.r
Last Excursion to Chicago!
Ihl I'anin. from thin liiculnv. anl all who wouM
vIku IriMirtH. attttfi'l ihH ( Y, limtnl ion anil
b iivi-a hoi i rnu' L''-ni'ru',!y. miouM uku ilviiiiit'"
of lhi'i' vrv e iiiil ra i h
A II HASsoN. (i.-ri l'a?i. -t.
J. K. Mciiiir. (irii. Wif-ii'-n Pii. At.
Ik. B. BHITII.
KkBKKT A. "WITH.
Grand Central Store.
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OA. I HO. - - I IjL.
EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RK'I'AIL.
The Largest Variety
in Tin;, n v.
GOODS SOLI) VEKV CLOSE
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DRY GOODS and NOTIONS, i
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Ilndv Ilraaaiila, Tipoalrica, linrrnilia, (Ml
Clotha, Ac,, &c.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
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