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M. J. HOWLEY,
Real Estate Agent
and Notary Public,
Room 10, Winfor'. Bloek,
Companies, tii: ineoew"i. -
Capital oyer $21,000,000;
Assets, over $33,000,000.
The Colon, of Philadelphia, organised In M
Assets, over $1,500,000.
The I Ion subscribed.
Call f .r h otter tod e.lendr Agent lor
American Line of Meam.np. Ticket on sale "
aud troni si pru of Karop.
NoHceelninueoiamn eignieonu P Mm for
first aud five wu Per im S.
lou. for on. wwk, S0enu per lino. For on.
eionth. SO CtuU per line
A Ballsi Concert will b git-n at the
Presbyterian Church, Friday etonlng, Jn
Restaurant and Oyster House,
nersons runnim? billiard
All nersons runnim? DUliara tauies,
steamboat and railroad runners, porters and
hotel runners, hacks, wagons and drays aad
all other basins, that a liceuse is required,
ir hereby notified that they must take out
their license at nce as required by the city
dinances. I H. Mtms,
jw City Manbal.
Cairo, 111., Jan. 15th, 188.
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaua M Ohio
.Notice to TeU-Pyer.
I now hate th tax books and m ready
to receife the taxe for ths year A. D. 1833;
and as every one knows that there is no
show to dodge their taxes, my adfice is, to
come to the court house snd pay their taxes
at once and save costs. Yours truly,
Sbsriff and Collector.
Cairo, III, Jan. U, 18$4.
good meal cooked to order, at
will buy a
Woman's Trne Friend
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afflicted
-ith disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
Health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cento a bottle, sold by Barclay Bros.(3)
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
Wanted We waul men and womso
everywhere, t te!l our Diamonds. No
previous experience nMcesry. Fr partic
ulars atdte WEAKLEY & BURNETT,
837 Vine Street. Cincinnati. 115 1m
will uv sr! m-il cooked to order at
U ItuVs. tf
KN'KHAL LOCAL ITEMS.
-mMIcs in mm cointnu en emu per 'lna.
i.arnnn and whether marked or not. If caten
ated to f'lwi-d av mtu's business tniareet ar
! wart paid for.
L al oq third pe.
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Kite. tf
Pmf. Mason has perfected all arrange
ment for a farewell party at Temperance
ball next week.
Several hundred old papers, exchanges,
for sale at The Buiaktis office. tf
Capt. Charles Baughman left yester
day for Hot Springs, Ark, to obtain relief
from rheumatism, which has troubled him
much of late.
Mr. Harry J. Morehead now ha
charge of the central telephone office at
night. Patrons of the institution will find
him attentive and courtious, the two quali
ties most necessary in one occuping that
Fall stock and complete sample book
of wedding invitations, etc, just received at
Tit BuLLXTia job office, No. 78 Ohio
When our cold snap left us it went to
Florida and attacked the orange orchards
,. v,l( ui gruree id obdt case
built firei among the tree to save them
Hilt thai ft.-.-.. . .....
.u, ura t0om atorjiie, Ala, were
nearly all killed.
We have anew oumW'ma machine.
numbers 1 to 100,000. Merchants and
ether who want check, order, or tick.te
"m ' accommodate ,t Thb
Bcllktis office at low rates. tf
I . . I
une ef the recent incorporation re
eerded in Springfield was the Massac Jour-
nal Printing and Publiahing company ot
Metropolis, capital stock 3,000; incorpor-
a r .
awn, o. v. jqqm, jonn a. Horn and
Tt.. i . I
-ia in circuit court yesterday the case
of Mr. Linsey v.. the Illinois Central rail'-
roaa company was concluded .bout i
oVlock p. m. and given to the jury. After
thlsthecaaeof Emma F. Knight v..Jbo.
" 4'-v- -r "-.v- mil, ffr.
der appears for the plaintiff and Mr. D. T.
Lineger for the defence. The jury in the
former case was instructed to bring in
sealed verdict, and when court adjourned
at 6 o'clock the jury was still out.
Fear is entertained that the cholera is
atarllnc nut an a tour of the world. Such
cares are welcome. They have a salutary
effect In instituting health precautions
which too Penarallv reauire a stimulus of
some kind in many cities.
A report circulated up town Tuesday
that Mr. James Qreaney was shot and nier
tally wounded and which reached down town
yesterday, is not true. Mr. Oreaney is alive
and well, and prepared to "set 'em up" to
the villain who originated the report.
An amir llnrwtd into the account of
the Lippitt Pitcher wedding yester
day, the enormity of which can only
be duly appreciated by the more acute
feminine mind. The bride was the next
youngest daughtsr of Mr. W. F. Pitcher;
Miss Lydia enjoys the distinction of being
There is said to be a disposition among
members of the Grand Army of the Repub
lic in Southern and Central Illinois in favor
of having the department headquarters re
moved from Chicago to Springfield. The
matter will be discussed at the state en
campment, which convenes in Decatur on
the 30th inst.
The Lancaster A Rice Lumber and
Manutacturiog Company was organized
Friday night, by the election of Mr.
Charles Lancaster as president, Mr. IN.
Rice assistant manager, secretary and
treasurer, and Messrs. Lancaster, Rice, Geo.
Fisher, C. O. Partier and J. S. Jenkins as
the first board of directors.
The negro Frank Weaver referred to
m these columns some time ago as having
suffered severly from frosted feet while
walking from La Orange to Paducah and
coming from there to bis borne here, is said
to be in a destitute condition and very
much in need of aid. The colored people
of the city, among whom there are a num
ber who are well-to-d and generous,
should be foremost in giving relief to the
Surgeon-General Hamilton was in the
city lut week to look after the state of the
government property recently acquired for
the erection of the new marine hospital.
n conversation with Collector Fisher he
stated that the first step would probably be
to have the entire hospital site raised eight
feet above the present level. Work is to
be commenced in early spring and prosecu
ted vigorously to the end. Col. Hamilton
also intimste l tunt much more than the
180,000 already appropriated would very I
likely be uaed ia putting up the institu
tion. The rivers in the Ohio valley con
tinue to rise, but the little cold snsp of the
st few days has checked them a little.
There is said to be considerable snow
throughout the Ohio valley; this is proven
by the rapidity which its rivers rise when
ever the temperature gets up a little. These
fltfull little thsws no doubt cause much
water to run out a little at a time, and will
have the effect of reducing the final big
flood that will come when the weather be
comes steadily warm. Nevertheless, people
lees secure than Cairio is, should not ex
pect a very great reduction.
The four negroes arreated Tuesday
night by officers Mahanny, Tayor and
Tyler upon the charge of stealing flour
from the mills of Messrs. Wood & Bonnet,
were yesterday brought out for examination
before Justice Robinson. The officers had
displayed much inginuity in working up
the case, and it required much, for it is
difficult to trace flour or meal if carefully
baudled a this was. The examination
occupied all afternoon and court adjourced
until this morning to conclude it. Little
or no other busioesa of any note was done
in the police courts yesterday.
Pursuant to an order trom the council,
a partition has been built across the coun
cil chamber dividing it in two halves, the
forward half to be used by the council and
clerk and the rear room for various pur
poses. This was deemed advisable because
the room was larger than wu necessary and
could not be made comfortably warm dur
ing cold weather. The clerk found much
difficulty in doing his work, having to
waste much ef his valuable time in blowing
his hands and stamping his fset to keep
them warm even in close proximity to a
red-hot stove. This statement may seem
slightly over irawn to some; but we are sure
the clerk will vouch for Its literal truth.
The Illinois state board ot agriculture
has issued a circular in which it offer
- avM vuvi w n
lUt 0t premiums for work alone ia country
schools, these awards to be made at the an
nual state fair. Awards are so b rivan
for best papers in spelling, business forms,
letters, arithmetic, common thi nam irsvir.
natural ohilosonhv and ,!, r-JL'
stake are offered a lan in- th. h mm
-- wwar cauiVIk
by ona country chool of th fw
-k;k -.mt...-,. ... r..i . . L
i .iuiuuh vuei-u, alio ior DCIl
I three papers oi writing, beat t nf fl.
pencil drawings, for beat set ef Ave cravon
drawing, best man of the states eaat of the
MisiiPpi, and beat work in book-keepinn
"fee nunll. ftf ana rhl
i"'uu.vr.u. &.ai?ntiauDirom rium
Point The f,,. v. . a
about hau.t,d, he he. reduced the force
at the government works, retaiain only
sufficient number to w.tch .nd protect th.
work, from d.mag. by flood. He s.ts the
wVDDrODnatlnn or 11 rVM via
fwvtvuu uj CUugrVIB
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOrtiVIIVQ, JANUARY 17, 1884.
for the work below Cairo, would aid bim
very materially, not o much in the way
of continuing the work as heretofore, as in
gathering supplies for the work next spring.
Much of the material needed could be got
ten easily, now that the water i. high,
which could not be gotten at all after th.
rivers went down. If the million dollars is
appropriated the portion of it that may be
assigned to him by the commission will be
ruoatly usod in procuring supplies for next
spring, such as brush, piles and rock.
A change ha recently taken place in
freight rates between Cairo and East St.
Louis, the etfects of which will probably
soon be visible here in a considerable in
crease in the railrcad and steamboat busi
ness at this point. Before this winter the
merchants of the south bought a large pro
portion of their goods from St. Louis, and
when the river was closed between this
city snd that, these goods were sent here
by rail and transferred to steamboats, to
be carried te their destination. Cairo wis
than really the distributing point. But
this season it was different until the change
in rates above referred to. The Kansas
City, Springfield & Memphis road was in
tull operation, which enabled Memphis
and other southern points to draw their
supplies from Kansas city, and from St.
Louis via the Iron Mountain road, at a
chsaper rate of freights by rail than they
could get them from St. Louis by rail to
Cairo, and from Cairo by river to Memphis
and other points. In fact, freight, from
St. Louis to Memphis were 15j cents per
hundred, by rail, and from St. Louie to
Cairo 13 cents. For this reason the An
chor Line boats were laid up here inttead
of continuing to make their regular trips
between this point and New Orleans ss in
former years when nsvigation wu closed
above here. They could not afford to carry
freight from here to Memphis at one half
cent per hundred in order to compete with
the railroads. But on Monday the several
railroads between here and Eut 8t. Louis,
seeing at last thai it would be well to come
down just a little in order to get some of
the immense freight traffic going out from
St. Louis south by the Iron Mountain road,
kindly dscided to reduce freights between
Kaat St. Louis and Cairo to 1 cents, so
that the rate from St. Louis here by rsil
will be 11 cents, or 4 cents less than
from St. Louis to Memphis via the Iron
Mountain and Kansas City, Springfield 4
Memphis roada. Under this arrangeme.t
the Anchor Line boats will start eut from
this point, making regular trip, .nd taking
all the freight that may be offered. The
Bell, of Shreveport left several days ago
and another boat will load Saturday.
St. Patrick's church was thronged with
people last night, attracted there by the
edding of Mr. D. J. Foley and Mias Mary
vers, which was set tor 8 o'clock sharp.
No cards bad been sent out, and the affair
bad besn kept from the publio longer
than such very interesting event usually
are, it being the intention of the contract
ing parties to make ss little ostentation as
The wedding party arrived on time.
Miss Annie Hickey was bridesmaid and
Mr. John Crowley groomsman. They
marched with firm step to the altar, where
Father Murphy met them and performed
the interesting and impressive ceremony
that made them one.
Immediately after the ceremony the
party repaired to Mr. and Mrs. Foley', fu
ture residence, a neat cottage on Seventh
street, near Commercial avenue, which Mr.
Foley, with commendable foresight, had
furnished completely beforehand. Here a
number of intimate friends gathered about
the happy couple, congratulated them and
ished them every geod this life affords,
and with these congratulations and good
wishes Thk Bcllktis and the community
generally will join theirs.
The bride i a young lady of more than
ordinary intelligence, of sunny disposition
and among the most highly esteemed
young ladies in the city. But the groom is
entirely worthy of her. He has for many
years been a public character, serving for
two years as councilman snd for six or
eight years as city clerk; and he has never
been found remiss in bis official duties.
Socially be is a most agreeable companion,
hich ha. contributed largely toward mak
ing him one of the most popular young
men in the community.
Many friends attested their regard for
the happy couple by sending them beauti
ful presents commemorating their wed
ding, a list of which we were unable to ob
tain for publication in this Issue.
Send Six Cents For Postage
For the magnificently illustrated catalogue
of the MERMOD& JACCARD JEWEL
Fourth and Locust St.., St. Louis, Mo.
It presents very plainly their beautitui
You will be surprised to learn at what
Low Pkicks tuby bell tuem.
Whkn is St. Lociscall on them. (1)
THE JOLLY PATH FINDERS.
This inimitable company, brim full of
musical fun and frolic, opens for one night
only at the Opera House Saturday, Jan
10th, presenting the musical extravaganza,
"Six pea. in a pod" which from begin
ning to end abound, with fun and every
thing superlatively comic and hilarious.
There i. not a suspicion of coarnaness
throughout the entire text and roar, of
laughter follow each act.
The company w henj last sefi,nn find
.cored such a success that a large house
i. .ssurred upon this occasion.
evened ! afurwertel.
Chicago. Jin. 18. The dead body ef
Amelia Olsea, a plump, stout, good looklnf
Norwegian girl of 19 year, waa found
frosen stiff in a lot (n th northern portion
oftbs cltv. An examination ef the body
showed that (he had fetes outrtged and
then strangled by a veil ticht around her
aeck. A liquor flask lay near the body.
Thar were no marks ot a etrngtle, Indi
cating that sbs bas been carried from else
where after being murdered. Rer olothee
were tied up around her waist, leaving the
lower limbs exposed. She was a searatres
of good habits, and living with a respect
able Family on the open prarle a few mile
from tula olty. It wu a terrible scene when
the body wu taken borne. No elue.
Tbe store where the girl wu employed
wu a fe w bloelcs from the plaoe ber body
was found. She bad evidently been seised
by unknown men who had laid In wait for
ber. Indications of a struggle were found
on the sidewalk a short dutaaos away. She
wu last seen getting off a street oar at tbe
terminus, near this spot, being then horns
A DAM OS BO OS MANIAC,
Muppoaed s fee SaBcrluc With Hjslr.
phobia. Boat Ula AlteaUaBta.
KBiDiNQ, Pa., Jan. 10. Cyrus Grow,
who l suppostd to be suffering fromhydro
phobia, and wbo wu handcuffed and man
acled lut olfht, to prevent bim from dome
blmself vlolenoe or those about bim, pasted
a very restless nlgbt. Early this morning
be wu quite rational tor an hour or two,
and pleaded with hi brother
to take tbe handcuffs off tor
a time. He teemed to thoroughly
himself that the request wu granted, but
the Iron bad hardly been removed when
another tpum eame on, and It wu necees
sary to replaee them. This wu done with
some difficult, aad some medicine was
given him. HI trensy continued to In
crease and hi eyu beoame glusy. He
sprang up In bed, and by one violent
wrench broke tbe handcuff and tmubed
the footboard of tbe bed, to which bl feet
were tied. Then finding himself free be
leaped from tb bed and drove the family
and attendant from th room. Mrs. Orow
and a Mr. Kuser ware tbe first to gather
courage to return. Hardly bad the? en
tered tbe door when the madman aeised
Kuser, and threw bim to tbe floor, where
be begin to beat bim over the head and face
with the broken handcuffs, wbloh
DANOLID MOM HI. WRIST.
Kuser managed to release btmsalf aad es
cape from the room, without being serious
iv hurt. Mr. Grow then went to the
forge and got half a do.en stout fellows to
return wttb her to Kuser' uslstanue. On
reaching tb bouse they found tbe mauiat
bad Ix'fced the kltebea abutter and ww
down stair. He bad got bold ot
a long, hesvy screw-drtver in the
cioeet and a pocket-knife. He weal
up-italr again, and tb men fol
lowed. At th bead of the stain
he suddenly turned and said: "Slay away
from me. The first man tbat eomes In will
get hurt." When Dr. Weldman came
Grow was sluing on tb front sill of tbe
second story window with hi leg baog
Ing out. Tb doctor tried to coax bim to
let In, but be refused and tried to per
suade the dootor to come to him. He still
bad the screwdriver and knit Id bis bauds
and clung to them until tb paroxysm left
bim. He then be cam perfectly docile and
returned to bl room. Later he wu taken
to tbe county hospital , wbre he bad two
other spasms, but wu prevented from do
ing himself and other any Injury.
THI BBADfOmo DISASTER.
BurrlaartbeTletf msef taM Awful t'aJ.
PlTTSBCRO, Jan. 16. A Cnronlole-Tele-graph
Bradford, Pa., special tars: "Tbe
remains ot Miss Moran, one of the victims
ot yesterday's dlsaiter on the Bradford and
Elnzua railroad, were taken to Oil City this
morning for Interment. The funeral of
Mis Sadie B. Fair took place at Bradford
thi morning. It 1 not known what dis
position will be made of the remain of
Mrs. Llblu Jones. Tb In
jured number twenty-six and most of
them ar doing well except Prof.
Faught of Tarpot, Pa.; W. H. B'lkcap,
ot Aiken, K. Y., and Geo. MoCartney, tbe
newsboy, wbo are not expected to live. Tbe
coroner' Jury visited tbe wreck, exam
ined ibe side of the tank and marked where
tbe oil run along the road. 'The capsized
engine wu found reversed wltb tbe throttle
open. Tbe track ia not Injured In any man
ner. After obtaining an Insight Into tbe
esuses ot the disuter, tbe Jury returned to
Bradford, and met at 10 o'clock this morn
tog to examine witoesses. All develop
ments tend to show tbat tbe road will be
exonerated from what is coosldered an un
avoidable accident. Tbe flesh oa Engineer
Bexton' bands wu fairly routeJ, tbe skin
dropping off In lump. He will recover.
THE LAST COLORED CADET.
Jotaa Hawks AIKaadr aa Alieallve
Stodeat aaa a Brtakl Scholar.
PououxsKr.il, Jan. 18. Tbe semi
annual examination of the different cluses
at West Point having been eoncluded, tbe
general standing of each member of the
fourth clus, tbe elue lut admitted, will
loon be made publio. In this clus is tbe
Jut colored cadet admitted into tbe
academy, whose name U Jobn Hanks
Alexander, He wu appointed from
an Ohio district by a Democratlo Congress
man. ) le making a oeiier recoru man
any colored cadet ever admitted. His class
orgtnally numbered 123, out resignations,
deficiencies, etc., bav cut tbe number
down to ninety, and among tbl ninety
Alexander stsnds third In French, and hi
general standing Is sixty -Ave. AU)i. hi I
Coyle speaks of bim u a splendid scholar,
getting along Ouely. Adjt. Coyle also said
tbat, while tbe officers ot the post In no
way Interfere or Indicate to tbe wblte ca
dets tbe course they must pursue towards
the colored cadet, be bu noticed with feel
Inge of satisfaction tbat tbe colored cadet so
deported himulf u to win tb esteem of
many of tbe corps.
ADDED TO Hit CBJEEb.
Alter Hamale. Jail Blrel. Atlcwawle
- ta Haraer HI rraeeewier
AkdiroOK, Ind., Jan. IS. Albert
Herculea ba been confined in Jsll here for
lomi time en . ebsrg of butardy, prefer
red by Estella Bluer. Teeterday Hercules
lent for her to com to bins In hi oell.
While alone wttb ber he knocked ber down
sod beat ber over the bead with an Iron
top takes from a bolt. Her Injuries are
Very severe. Heiwle say It was bis In
tention to kill the woman, and be would
undoubtedly bare done .0 had not help ar
WM. M. DAYIDS0N,
Tin, Copper and
Roofiuj:, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TBLFPHONK NO. SO.
Paints, - Oils,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, Ac.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Noilcee In till, column three Hue or leee Ocem
ooetDiertton or f l iW prr week.
LX)H8AI,K.-Hl.nki,Ch.ilal Morg.ttee, Hpeclal
l Warranty and VS'arrantr Uuede at the Bullelia
Job offlc T3 Ohio Lbi
W A V TP I it BOoK AUKNTst OK ABILITY
l riAl X ljl' 1 on ihe faeteet eolliLg work oa
the mirket to-dar. Extraordinary induce mean
and ealar; to tbe rtjbl t'ariy alier trial Special
territory gtten. VV. H. 81 ARK BY,
All Arcb M., rniladelpbla. fa.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
O.NE NIGHT ONLf!
SATURDAY, January 19.
The r fined favorite and king fun-makers of all
In their reconstructed and Inimlttble Mmtcel
Comedy Oddity of
" Fun at the Pleasure Ground-.
FUNNIEST PLAY III EXISTENCE
The company li made qd of artiet of the very
hlciieet Dramatic and Vocal excellence. Ih. en
tertainment la full of refined fan, eplead with bit
of fine acting and delictum vocal effort! .
"Best Show of the Season!"
They All Say So.
rvfteseryed seats now on sale at E. A. Bader's.
Secure them at otce and avoid the rash.
8.C CONSTANT, Buetnest Manager.
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in the city ; established ia 1862.
Vvta l Ave , belwuen utn ana turn Die.
MANUFACTURE 11 4 DKALKR IN ALL KINDH
Ammaultion of all deecr p'lune always oa hand al
General reptiriiig In all kinde of metale. Keya
fall deecrlplione utade to order, and aatlefactlon
warranted. Uive me a call, and be convinced fut
youraelf, at tne a gn of the "bid UUN ."
JOHN A. KOKHLEH.
l-6in Proorletor, Cairo. Ill
The fine paftaunger and freight steamer
HENRY A. TYLER,
JOHN MA8SINGA1.K. Maxtor,
will leav. Cairo at r.oon to day for Memphis snd
9 For freight or pafeengern applvon board cr to
W. r. Lamhdln, Passenger Agent.
IAS. B. StTH.
tosiar a. ism.
Grand Central Store.
GLARE & LOT BIT,
Telephone No 104
B INK STATEMENTS.
HE PORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL HANK
at Cairo, lu the State ol Illinois, at tbe cloie of
liectmber 31st, 1883.
Loan, and dlaconnu $mKe 44
Overdraft j(na u
U. S. bonda to aecure circula
tion 50,000 00
Other atocka, bond and mort
Ktt li,147 T
Due from approved reaerva
agent 1 7.1 an
Due from other National bank 90,710 it
Do. from Stale banki and
bankera n.Bw) lu HI
Real eatale, furniture and Hi-
taree 2t,4 OS
Checks and other caah Item.. $ 1.8.15 Wl
Bills of other Uank 14,141 vi)
Fraction! paper currency,
N Ickela and penult. . sso a
Ooid ' 5 6.19 iW
Silver a.oii 7o-vS.ft 70
Izal Tender notea.
ll.tW) O0-M.&41 W
Redemption fund with U. 8
Treasurer, (5 per cent, of
Due from C. S. Treaaurer,
otber than & per cent, re
demption fund .
f .&O 00
J VC 00
Capital stock paid id litt.oii m
Surplus Fund 60,i im 0.000 00
Undivided Profits 1.1U0 OS
National bank nous outstand
ing 45,0110 00
Dividends unpaid..... ...... 5.IU) 00
Individual deposits subject to
check Utt.Stf S4
Demand certificates of deposit. X),toS W
Certified checks VOiO
Due toother National banks.. t,M M
Doe to State banks and bank
Nous and Bills re-disconated, ao.uuo 00
Total $7W,3U4 M
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
I. Thos. V. Uaillday, Caahler of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
ta true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Tnoa. W. HiU-IDat. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before ma thle 11th day
of Jaauary, laM. L. D. BAVLKT,
R. II. rrKSl.lGlUM, )
li.D Wiaiiwii, Directors.
II. H. C.KDIS, I
IW M.AM t.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made) to Order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee A Commercial Ave.
OAIUO. - - ILL..
Repairing: neatly doue at short notice.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TUB'. CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 n,'.A fit
Commercial Atenoa f t'ttll U, 111,
1 .o W J