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iiv ami ah ur, o rr i JiiivTBl'JK 19, i-3.
The Daily Bulletin.
Worn . In tnm cuiuran. in P"
lot and At. etnu m Iim 'UMS' ' nl
Mon. For one wwk. wnu per Una. For one
month. BO cent Pr Una
Cottage on Walnut near 14th sts., contain
7 good rooms, four of tbeui contain grates
an'J mantles. Enquire at atoro on 8th at.
tf G. M. Aldkn.
The business of tlio late Henry Breihan
is carried on as actively since his death as
it was hy him during his life. No part of
the machinery has been permitted to atop,
and the trade in Export Beer, Seltzers,
Soda and Miner tl Springs Water will be
held up constantly to the position it had
reached as one among the leading whole
sale houses of Cairo. The management of
this great and growing industry is in the
hands of Messrs. C. M. and W. C. Young,
relatives of its founder, both energetic
young men ot the highest business quali
fications, for whom there is no such word
as fail, and we feel justified in making the
prediction that the end of a year will find
the business under their judicious and vig
orous management far in advance of even
its present flattering success.
Oysters in every style at Geo. Lattner's
No. 75 Commercial avenue. 818-lm
Two Rooms For Rent
unfurnished in rear of cottage on lOtb street
between Washington and Walnut. Inquire
at The Bulletin. 918-tf
Prof. Mason's Classes.
The afternoon dancing class will be held
Wednesday at three o'clock ami Saturdays
at two o'clock.
The evening class will meet on Wednes
day and Friday ninhts at 7:30 o'clock.
Both classes will meet as last year at Tem
perance hall on 8th street, commencing
Wednesday the 19th of September. tf
Saddle Rock Oysters at DcBaun 56 Ohio
395,000 Bricks for Sale.
I have for sale, belonging to the estate
of Peter Stoltenberg, deceased, 395,000
burnt brick which I oiler at a bargain in
lots to suit the purchaser; must be sold im
mediately to close the nccou.it of the es
tate. Adolph Swouoda,
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
De Baun's. tf
Music books bound at 2.00 per volume
tf A. W. Pvatt, 77 Ohio Levee.
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
A large number of men wanted to make
etaves. Steady employment given from
now until next spring. Full wages paid.
Apply to J. McRaVi Rector, Ark., or to
Farnbaker & Co., Cairo, Ills. tf
Restaurant and Oyster II use, 56 Ohio
Sew Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
Manner of blacksmithing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
tEB a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spi-er's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the mo of invalid, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
Hot c-off-e and sandwiches at Oeo. Latt
ner's, No. 75 Commercial avenue.
I have used Fly's Cream Halm for Hay
Fever, and experienced great relief. I most
cordially recmrmend it n the best of all
the many remedies I have tried. T. B.
Jenks, Lawyer, Orand Ripids, Mich.
Price 50 cents.
A Good Investment.
My wife said I was a fool when I
brought home a li'dtlc of Parkers Ginger
Tonic. Hut when it limke up my cough
and cured her re -urlgi t and baby's dysen
tery she thought it a good investment.
N. V. Times. "
GENERAL local items.
Notice in lt cuiii!in. nn cunta pr tin,
-h nTtion and whotte.T marked or not, ifcalcu
I.Uid to foward anr ruu biulneif Interest art
! ia'.d for
Deput Sheriff Morse will go to Cincin
nati to stay several weeks for recreation.
Aldeo'a cottage on 14:h and Walnut,
a flrst-clasi dwelling, is advertised for rent,
K. M. K. ('. facial dance Thursday
Engineer James Johnson is on the
steamer Morgan for a few days, during the
absence of one of the regular engineers.
Chattel mortgage and warantee deed
blanks, at Tut Bi.i.i.etis office. tf
Two men, employed at Wilson's Point
for the government, came up yesterday
and went to their hntix! in St, Louis, to
The grand jury has lieen hard at work
for two days, considered six cases brought
to its notice, dismissed three and found in
dictmentu in the three others.
Magistrate Comings yesterday morning
united in inarriago at tho Stapleton house
in this city Mr. John R. Runner and Mist
Frovidence Russell, both of Paducah.
The Eighteenth Annual Fair to be
held at Union City, Tenn., commencing Oct
ober aocond aud continuing Ave days,
promise to be an occasion for enjoyment.
On the first day there will bo a reunion of
ci-Contederate soldiers, a grand tree bar
becuc, a target shooting match, a contest
for a 200 premium cornet bands of music,
and several races. A splendid programme
is arranged for each day.
The board of county commissioners
was in session Monday ami a part of j ester
day. Only routine business of minor im
portance was transacted. Tho board ad
journed yesterday morning until Monday.
Kentucky Thoroughbreds. S. H. Bar
retts Co's mammoth railroad circus, which
will exhibit hero has with it tho finest
trained horses in the world. They are
Kentucky thoroughbreds and very beauti
ful. It is worth tho price of admission to
Tho Harrisburg-Sentinal srs truthful
ly, "tho levoes at Cairo are being raised
more than two feet above tho highest witter
ever known, and widened and strengthened.
If every leveo town on tho river would dis
play the energy that Cairo has lately shown
in tho matter, large appropriations from the
state treasury would be rendered needless.''
The Armstrong Brothers minstrels
gave a very fair show at the Opera House
last night. They had a good audionco mid
pleasndjeverybody. The songs were all finely
rendered, and there were several new feat
ures which wero especially attractive.
Everybody in tho audience bad several
hours' hearty laughing, which did them
Circuit court convened yesterday morn
ing with Judge L). M. Browning on the
bench. The case of Joseph Stevens, charged
with larceny, was taken up. The witnes
ses on both sides were examined, and Mr.
Warder, state's attorney pro. tern, fur the
ciruit court, had made the opening argu
ment for the prosecution when court ad
journed last evening. It will meet again
this morning, and Mr. W. C. Mulkcy will
make the opening argument for the defense.
Misses Katie Hewitt and Nellie Rob
inson went up into the county to spend
Sunday with the family of Mr. Nick Hund
Backer. Mr. U. returned them yesterday in
a buggy drawn by two sprightly young
mules, and when not far from tho bridge,
the animals became frightened aud ran
away. Mr. II. found it impossible to stop
them with the reins, and ho drove them
into a tree with the desired result. Kx
cepting the trco nothing was damaged.
The extremely low water has necessita
ted changes in and additions to nearly all
the railroad inclines in the neighborhood.
The piling on the East Cairo incline of the
Mobile and Ohio road had to be lengthened,
and now the 1 nver Wabash incline is
undergoing the same operation. The era
dleshad reached theend of the inclined track
and were a foot or more too high for the
boats, which madu it necessary to build
shorter and lower cradles, and substitute
them for tho old ones.
Charleston, Mo,, also has ''a mysterious
disappearance," as may be seen trom the
following item which is from the Courier
of last week : "Our little city is stirred up
somewhat in regard to the actions of a
daughter of one of our leading citizens.
The young lady left rather unceremonious
ly, on last Tuesday eveuiug, for Columbus,
Ky., but since then nothing has been heard
of her, except that she was seen in Colum
bus the other day, but is not in the city
now. Thesupp isition is jthat she is in St.
An ugly disturbance wa9 created on
Thirteenth street Monday night by a brace
of festive young men, some of whom are
generally supposed to have too much self
respect to make a disgraceful public ex
hibition of themselves. They bombarded a
castle of infamy with bricks and other
missels, and were fired at by the propriet
ress of the institution. They were yester
day summoned to appear before Magistrate
Comings, but failed to do so. They will
probably be made to do so to-day.
It is understood that if the river falls
any more, the steamer Fowler will have to
quit running became, she draws too much
water to get over the chain. Last week she
scratched the bottom every time she crossed
and several times was hung for several
hours. Since then the current washed the
bottom out a little, and yesterday there
were three and a lnlf feet of water at the
deepest point in the channel. The Fowler
draws threj feet and she got through "like
a grease of streaked lightning."
Mr. J. W. L-.'onar 1, of Memphis, was
at The Halliday yesterday, having come up
for the express purpose of concluding a con
tract with Freight Agent N. S. Penning
ton, of the Wibash and Iron Mountain
roads, for two huudred car loads of staves
to be taken from this city by the Wubash
road to New York City. The staves will
beloaledat Hector, Ark., and brought
here by the Iron Mountain road. The
freight will be over eighteen thousand dol
lars. The contract was Bigned yetterday
The Texas narrow-gauge? brings more
passengers into tho hotels of the city every
day than all other railroads combined. The
train is crow Jed full every time it comes
up, and all passengers alight an 1 take in
the city and a good hearty meal l.efore go
ing oh. Most of them are peoplo living
along the lino of tho road and bound for
s me large city to purchase jjoods. There
are invariably number of small merchants
among them, who express regrets that Cairo
has not more wholesale houses, so that thev
might purchase their goods here. If Cairo
liaa been able to hold her successful mer
chants in years gono by prevented them
from slipping away as soon as they had
made a few thousand dollars she woul I
now have wholesale houses of every de
scription by the dozen. Hut for some rea
son or other our merchants, as a rule, have
preferred not to invest all their money in
goods and carry all their possessions in
"stock," evidently deeming it advisable,
rather, to carry such stocks as will supply
tho local trade nnd what little outside trado
may comu voluntarily, and lay asido their
money, where high water, "in case the
levees should break," caanot reach it.
Thk Bcli.ktin said nothiug that could
be tortured into an "inuendo to havo its
(the Argus') financial condition inquired
into." The Bulletin hopes and believes
that the Argus' financial, standing is as
gooil as that of any other institution of
equal magnitude; but The Bulletin does
not consider it its business or the public's
business whether such be the case or not,
and cannot seo the slightest connection be
tween the Argus' financial standing nnd the
street tilling project. The Argus probably
only strained a point, thereby laying itsell
liable to the charge of stupidity, in order
to find an excuse for boasting of its finan
cial stability. No harm done.
On Saturday night Sept. 8th, W. B.
Brooks, of Phelps, New York, discovered a
singular object in tho constellation of Draco,
lie wim not certain as to its real character,
but on Monday night Prof. Lewis Swift,
Director of tha Warner Observatory at
Rochester, New York, verified it hy means
of the large Warner telescope, as being a
comet. It is quite large, nearly round, and
moving slowly westward. Mr. Brooks re
ceived a special prize of 250 from Mr.
Warner some two mouths ago, Bnd if there
is no prior claimant, will be entitled to the
200 prize on the present discovery.
Pulaski Tatriot: "States Attorney
Bradley last week took up with him to
Springfield and had served by the sheriff of
Sangamon county on the auditor of public
accounts of Illiiiois, a writ ot injunction
preventing him, the said auditor, lroin levy
ing any tax whatever to pay interest on the
Cairo & Vincennes R. R. aid bonds. This
will make taxes much lower next year, and
is intended to facilitate the funding of the
C. it V. bonds still out. Mr. John Hogan
is getting well along with his work on the
levee. The buck levee is finished from its
intersection with the cross levee to the jail.
Tho work is being doue in good style, and
every one whom we have heard speak of it,
says that it could not be better."
City Attorney William E. Hendricks
went to Puduchh again Monday afternoon,
"on business." He went there finally to
conclude a little business matter that has
been pending between himself and a Padu
cah party for some time aud necessitated
his frequent visits to the city ot gravelled
streets. I ho details have now all been
agreed upon and the contract is to be
signc i at Paducah at 8 o'clock this morning,
witliJMissOeorgieThompson as tlic party of
the second part. The ceremony is to be
performed at the residence of the bride's
parents, in the presence of a few select
friends and Mr. aud Mrs. Hendricks will
arrive on the steamer Fowler this afternoon
and take up their permanent residence in a
neat frame cottage on Cedar street, near
Seventh, which Mr. Hendricks has ha I
furnished completely and elegantly. May
they have a bountiful share of all the good
things of this lite, is the wish of The Bul
letin and of the community.
The Argus respectfully refers a few
questions to us about where property hold
ers are to get money from to do things that
nobody wants them to do, and that it
would be very toolish for them to ever do.
By nn effort we are able to answer the ques
tions in a serious manner, though we would
much prefer to dismiss them with an "Oli !
you-makc me-tired," and would doubtless
please our readers better if we did so. We
repeat, and we would ask the Argus man
to pay particular attention to the wonb and
their litrrd sense, that the only expense
that any property holder on the street
where the "elevating project" may be in
augurated Would he HK(jUIKED to Illuke,
wculd lie on nciiount of the tilling of the
street and the Wying of tho sidewalk in
front of his lot. The "expensive paving"
of the street, the curb-stone and guttering,
would be an after consideration, and, in
view ot the fact that so few of tho streets
lire p ived and guttered and curb-stoned,
(Commercial avenue, tor instance, only
from Sixth to Eighth), this question cannot
dit much of a figure in this discussion now.
The walks would not have to be of "costly
brick or fUg-stone," as the Argus insiats it
must be, but it may lie of good oak or pino
plank, just as now. The raising of houses
k entirely at the option of the owner there
of. The raising of oatbuildings and ot
lots, the building of now cisterns, vaults,
fences, and the planting of flower gardens
atej lioit orchards-all then,., things,
we assure the Argun would
be entirely optional with the
property holders. In the district indicated
in the ordinance now before tho council,
for instance, no one wants to raise lots, be
cause tho space below tho sidewalk would
bu wanted for basements. In this case,
therefore, the property holders don't want
to raise their outbuildings, don't want to
tear up their turf and their yard walks,
their rose bushes and fruit trees, wouldn't
want to llll up their cisterns and vaults,
wouldn't want to etc., etc., etc., tc. Tho
expenditures the Argus cites, are all in tliu
Argus' own littlo brain aud will never
materialize. The Argus' Idea of the street
filling project always was about as clear as
the bottom of the Mississippi river, and it
is slowly but surely becoming more murkey
every day. But hero U tho important
point wo wish to impress upon tho mind of
readers: even if all tho imaginary expendi
tures cited by tho Argus wero required to be
made by tho property holders, including
"costly flag-stono walks," "costly paving,"
now guttering, curbing, house and yard
and outhouse raising, new cistern and walk
and vault building, new shrubberry and
orchard planting, etc., etc., if all this
wero required, there are not half a dozen
property holders in the district indicated
by the ordinance now before the council
committee, who could not meet all this
expense a dozen times over, and there nre
not a dozen in said district who would not
bo entirely willing to make the expenditure
if the ordinance were passed.
To tlio ('oltimlma Himenall Club, Colnnilius, Ky :
We hereby challenge you to play a match
game of baseball lor 200 to r)0() a side.
The game to be played in Cairo at Mich
tune as you may name.
Charleston Baskhall Ci.uii,
of Charleston, Mo.
Died List night about 10:110 o'clock, at
his home on Twentieth street, between Pop
lar street and Commercial avenue, alter an
illness of about ten days, James Malone,
aged about fifty-r'.ve years.
Funeral will take place Thursday alter
noon ; remains will lie conveyed from the
residence to St. Joseph's church at 1 o'clock
and leaving the church will be conveyed
by specinl train from foot ot Twentieth
street, at 2:110 o'clock, to Villa Ridge for
Deceased was one of the oldest citizens
in Cairo, having lived here for over 25
years. He leaves a wife and two sons.
SHI EL AGAR.
Dan and Josie Morris Sullivan will up
pear at the Opera House on Friday even
ing next, September 21, in an Irish comedy
drama, entitled "Shiel Agar," in which the
favorite Irish artists have splendid scope
for their varied talent.
The drama was written expressly for
Mr. Sullivan, while new scenery and
splendid stage effects were arrmged ex
pressly by Mr. Hitter, of Hooley's theatre,
Chicago, for the presentation ot tho drama
in that city.
A synopsis of the play shows a congrega
tion of startling incidents, pleasant scenes,
and several realistic mechanical effects
which must be seen to be appreciated.
It is a long time since Cairo has had the
pleasure of witnessing a first-class Iri.-h
drama, presented by a company of thor
ough artists, and we feel sure every one
who attends this entertainment will be
more than pleased.
Bu ier has seats on sale at popular prices.
YESTERDAY'S HOTEL ARRIVALS.
H II Netuer, Camel Hill; W T Divid-
son, Metropolis; H Armstrong, same; W
R Wells, St. Louis; J H Fisher, same; A
Allen, same; R C Davis, Cincinnati; J II
Mulcihey, Commercial Point; Will Hugh
es, Mound City; I) Fitzgerald, same: E
Conner, Detroit; Win Ewer, same; W A
Kellin, St. Francis, Ark; .1 B Penn, Hinkle
ville;W Kirkpatrick, Anna; R Hanson,
Til K HALLIDAY.
W N Harris, Jackson, Tenn; J II Gib
son, Chicago; J W Caliban, Vicksburg;H
R Kung, St. Louis; Ed O'Donnell, same;
PGuuiman, Trenton, Tenn; W Uewctt,
Carbnidalc; J Narx, Cincinnati; G W
Cuinmings, Boston; II lloffkamp, St. Louis;
II R King, St. Louis, Mo. ;E M Elam, same;
James Johnson, Louisville, Ky.; II Kahn,
New York; F D French, same; I) A Wish
er, Ceiitralin; S A Tomlinson, St. Paul,
.Minn.; B P Hinman, Chicago; Miss M
Smith, Metropolis; G A I lessen, Memphis;
S Brown, Greenville, Mus.; J Talley, Car
bondale; A II Tukcman, Belleville, Ills.;
Mrs E K Holland, same; J P Robarts
Mound City ; G E Oliver, Evansville, Ind.;
U Brand, Danville., III.; J W Turlav, Cen
tralis; R B Griffin, Sedalia, Mo.; W E
Franklin, Chicago; W E Wilson, St. Louis;
W B Perkins, Canton; MissKelley Ireland;
W II J Mulford, New York;.! B Thompson
same; W E Ray all, Villa Ridge; Win Ander
son nnd wife, Jonesboro, Ark.; W H Ogel
oie, Charleston, Mo.; II II Johnston, St.
Losib;S M Henry, Sparta, III.; 32 members
of Armstrong Bro's Minstrel".
IS CAIRO DOOMED?
IS II Kit CORPORATE FINANCIAL KXIsTANCK
TO GRADUALLY KADB AWAY?
The above questions may seem abrupt to
most of our readers, especially to those who
have not tried to follow tho Argus in all
its serpentine movements around the street
filling question. But to those who have
tried to do this next to impossible thing
will not think them entirely out of order.
According to tho logic of the Argus, for
every 10,000 paid out of the city treasury
for public improvements, etc., 7,500 leaves
the city aud Is forever lost to our citizens.
The Argus has been uniformly unfortunate
in its statements of fact with reference to
this street filling project; its statements
when subjected to tho test of figures, when
ever this was possible, havo invariably
turned out to be mere "flashes in tho pan"
and very sickly flashes in a very shallow
pan at that. Wo will carry this statement
of tho Argus through tho same test to its
legitimate results and here is what wo get:
The assessed value of the real and per
sonal property of tho city, an returned to
tho statu auditor by Assessor Parker this
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Ilisinfet yonv l'JIKJIISKH. We Imvoa Iiiil'C
COPPERAS, CIILOKIDE of LIME,
I1U0M0 0IIL0RAIUM, (ilRONIHN,
Also (iKXUIXK DALMATIAN
year, was about one million live hundred
For boiiH years hack the citj's expendi
tures for public improvements, etc., have,
been from fifty to sixty thousand dollars.
Now, taking it for granted that the ex
penditures will lie about the snuc in futuie
years and that the Argus spoke truly wheii
it said, th.it seventj-fivu pi r centum of the
money paid out by the cit) g,,ls out never
to return, how long W1n jt take to wipe out
our financial fxist.ii.ee:
Just about thirty-seven and a half years
provided w-j have giod luck enough to
hold oui own, at toe end of which tune we
will i-:.w:, so to epeak, or, in nth. r woids
equally correct, become i city alter ihen.eal
formed in the miiei i. tin: Aryiis.
It is, rf coui.v, ury sil.y to hnk, if this
is to he the result in the lnture, why has it
not been the result in the past' Why, though
we have i-.puided limn f'oitj to M Vcnty
thousand ilolim.-t every twelve months h.r
thirty year-. or mule, U ere we siroi.oer
financoilly to-O iy lhan we nave been at anv
tune miring 1 1. i - period; 'i'lie questions are
very impettii .mt an i we will not a.-k ihein.
e can lint help but re(l. , t upon the le ir-
ftll havoc that woiiid I. Milt li the Aryiis'
Uiatheuiatlc-il p-on.-s Wen- applied to the
world nl ia'ge. Humanity upon tbit. poor
foot s'oof woiiel be' compelled
to draw its .supplies from u.ieie the Arus
man evidently diaw- nil nf his renlly
bright ideas about public affiii.-- Imin -he
moon. Orel.-eit Wnii'el he hcceoviry to
have even body stop wnrk, in order that
everybody iniL.'ht .-too eating and drinking
and wearing l.,tlu:., which according to
the n-asoiiiiig of the Argu mu-t niwas
I.e the result of id, en.
It does seem, al'icr iill, a-, the Argus says,
that .Mayor Iliilida)'.-. reputation lor g I
sense in the management of public liuances,
is jeopudi..: i by arep niio i . his state
ment, that "the t-ni !' iii- lit ol idle cit.,ens
on public irnpMvciuei.t en.-'.s the city
at large nothing in the end." Tile Argus
man is certainly c i ;m t ! o pacing a judg
ment upon a in it'ej i if this kind: I.e has
had large c.;: rience in pub ie improve
ments, has bein a pei-i-b lit, able advocite
of important public irnpn vemer.ts whenever
be has In en, which i- amply detuon-tra'e I
by the I' ict, that alue'st a-s mil i,s lie wi'h-
Irew his eucrg' tie public spirit and w ith-
beld Ins excellent ju L'tii'-nt from the
pecple of Mound C:tv, that community
began to prosper as it had n..j prospered be
fore. Out of the Jaws.
Toi.kdo, Onto. -Tie' Kxpresi says: A
prominent merchant who was at the point
of death from what the physicians pro
nounced kidney and spine trouble, has been
cured by St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain-
w:i. oi;i i lei:.
W A G ON - )LV K KIl.
Shop nn Halliiluy Aviaiiie. Ix-tween r'.iiirtli iuhI
.Sixth htrecN I'mrii. lllinniH
HAIt kinds ol Pl'Iii mm heavy 'iln-ksniltliiii.
Hl(in and r.Krriajji work done Intlis moi-t noik
maiillka milliner, fl irrte-hoetni; h upeei'illy h to I
atlfa'-tlnn 'i no iced
W. bTHA'l TON, I'ulro T. IUHI), Misi-oiirl.
8TJIATT0N & BMW,
No. W Ohio U'vimi, Calm, 111.
rAuerits American Powder Co.
fj ALL ID AY BROTJ1KU.
IiiAl HH IN
FLOl'll.ttRAIN AN!) HA1
iitifheat Cash f'rlct i'ald l'or Whan!.
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc, Etc,
74 OHIO LKVKK
Cor. litli & Wash. Ave.
AVsl si'M KN'T,
(JAIKO OI'ERA 1 1 HUSK.
FRIDAY, St'iitt'inl.er 21.
TAMILIAN K.U IIS IN A NKW ItOLB I'
A 10 j! it ' Favorite In It Cuiiu'dliiiin,
Mr. ami Mrs. Dan Morris
In He i r ie iv niA riitMiit'i' rit, er nm In four actl
written e.ri:-ly fur theni, entitled
SH I K L AG AR
ily S' o,M' M.l:i:;.i: j
'1h.' of Ireliii .t. f.-" Ouei mnr. (.'nriratti rel,
i ; to -' r et-rv uinl iruiel I'llecm
imlMe'l fur tli" ;. y. .y Mr Kilter,
el liuiil. v I la. .I'!.', Chili 'o.
Mr k d Mrt Mi!:iv.n n,!rciiitip nil new
nui.j., d e t., .I'm e" niel cotiin: ituatinno.
1A 'nii'ttrifv. Vi nnd renin. Ue-i-rTed
le siti-Ht Under I" jew'.vry Mule,
it. II KMITII.
UliHEIlT A. miTH.
Grand Central Store.
CAI RO. - - . IJ.L.
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tl.'l'i AVelllle, (
till U, 1 I1I11U1.?.
DRY (JOODX ami NOTIONS,
it fail liii" of nil the lut' i-t. newt'et colon
kO I iinill'y. nnd ln't inir. f-1 u re-.
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1'iiidv litti-i 1.., 'I ih nirieK, Ii. ciaimi, ml
ritiiiif, .ie ., Ac
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Tli ! pirttneti' iitTiiiie full llonr and
in ciimii e't! In h'I reeiit-r'n. (mode nrt
fiiiunntt'1'd ot lntet (tyle and liept nil'
Itott'iin Price ami First class fioods!
1 K(2- 88P.
"CITY G17X STORE"
Oldest in t lie city; t'stulili.-Iieit in 1862.
Celii'l Af , hctween .'III lllld Kit 1 4 StH.
MANITAi Tl'ltKU A I'KALKIt IN AI.I. KINOS
Ammunition of all d"rr,i''l"ni' always on hand at
(iiuiernl ri'Hirlti In all kind of mutiiln. Kny
of all ileitiriiittoiiK mailt! in order, and HiiUofai lion
WHrranted. lilvo me a eiill, and hn convinced for
ViMircidf. at tli" w K 11 of tli- "IIIU lil'.N."
JOHN A. KOKIILKR.
fll iim I'rolirietor, i'ulro, 111.
NKV YORK STORK,
WHOLKHALE AWD RETAIL.
The Largest. Variety Stock
IN Till'! CITY.
HOODS SOLD VlSKY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK & CO..
Cflr.Mtiuto'inthtl.raull Pl it'll III
liutiiejurcluUvunun f VllH', 111