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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13. 1884.
M. J. HOWLEY,
Real Estate Agent
and Notary Public,
Room 10, Winter'! Block,
represent, th Mlowlnf 'Mf l!"?
Cmpnle, tI : Th 8cottlB Onion nd National,
Capital oyer $21,000,000;
Assets, over $33,000,000.
Tb Union, of Philadelphia organised In 1804
Assets, over $1,500,000.
The Lion subscribed
Cill for b otter and calendar. Agent lor tti
American Line of iteamblpe. Ticket on eai w
tod from all parti of Europe.
notice la tni column, eignt cent per I'ne for
Sr.tandBve cent per line eaeheuMequent luer-
ob. For one woek. SO cent per line.
onth.Ocnt per tin
Ball id Concert
A Raiui n.mnert will be iTen at th
Presr.yterim Churcti, Friday efeaing,
18th. Tickets 25cn.
Restaurant sad Oyster House,
AH Dersons runninp; billiard tables,
steamboat and railroad runners, porters and
hotel runners, hacks, wagons and drays ad
all other business that a license is required,
ar hereby notified that they must take out
their license at once as required by the city
dinances. L- H. Mikes,
jw City Marshal.
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 15th, 1884.
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 58 Ohio
Notice to Tax-Payer.
I now have the tax books and am ready
to receive the taxes for the year A. D. 1883;
and as every one knows that thers is no
show to dodtfe their taxes, my advice Is, t
come to the court house snd pay their taxes
at once and save costs. Tours truly,
Sheriff and Collector.
Cairo, III., Jan. 11,1884.
good meal cooked to order, at
will buy a
tincKieo's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to Rive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded . Price
25 cent per box. For sale by Barclay
will buv a good meal cooked
to ordtr at
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaint and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, aud will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single t.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle, sold by Barclay Bros.(2)
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
De Baun's. tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Wotie tn tnete coiamn. 'en cent per line,
v n.rUon and whether marked or not. if calcn
Uted to f''4 anr man' boelne lnterett are
Iical on third page.
Mr. Arriot'in's little girl is very sick
with io5 ifii'n iti q of th t iwel.
'c w 1 tnd kin'lling, r OitV B'-W
trr) , Jr'i K: . tf
'cr p-." b th- Jolly Pa'hfioders at
the Op-r II -tn 8itur'iy, Jn. 19.
Several hun lred old papers, exchanges,
for sale at Thi Bclletii office. tf
Miss Sadie McDonald, of Columbus,
Ky, is in the city visiting Mr. O. W.
The "Jolly Pathfinders'1 have before
greeted, a Cairo audience and were well re
ceived. Friends and attendants of Mr. Leo'
Eleb yesterday expressed serious doubt
of his recovery.
The heaviest ice of the season U ex
petted down the Ohio this evening. Boat
are hugging shore above here to avoid it.
Young "Cous" Malinskiwa takeu to
tbe Anna asylum yesterday afternoon, to be
treated for insanity, lie has been there
everal times before.
Auother Leap Year ball is to be given
Tuesday night at the Mystic Kress' hall.
It will be under the direction of a bevy ot
popular young ladies.
Full stock and completo sample book
of wedding invitations, etc., just received at
Th Bulletin job office, No. 78 Ohio
Mrs. Jno. Wood, jr., of Chicago, ac
companied by Campbell Wood, are in tb
city to spend a weak or two on a visit to
Col. Wood and family. John, jr., is also ex
pected to arrive soon.
A little accident occurred ou the Wa
basli road on a bridge near Lawrenceville
Wednesday, which caused trains to be de
layed, but did not amount to much other
wise. The passenger went cut os tiro
Those who knew Mis Nellie Gaffney
younger lUter of Belle, when they resided
here, will be interested to know that she,
Nellie, was married at Kansas City several
A letter received here by Commissioner
C Tl. TTrnrhM. of th Southern Illinois
Norma! School, atates that there are now
803 scholars, or more than at this time in
any former term.
A white Amazon of "Pinch" licked
Helen Blares out of two or three of her
colored neighbors yesterday, for not "trab
lin' in de middle ob de road," according to
her understanding of it.
We have a new numbering machine,
numbers 1 to 100,000. Merchants and
other who wsnt checks, orders or tickets
numbered, can be accommodated at The
Bulletin office at low rates. tf
A report has reached here that Mrs.
Allen, nee Mis Laura Pfifferling, formerly
living with her mother and sisters on
Seventh street in thi city, committed sui
cide at Southland, Ky, lut week. The
report was brought here by some one who
came from there a day or two ago.
-Constable Martin yesterday arrested
Peter Small, who has about half a dozen
aliases and is wanted in New York City,
where $100 reward is offered for bisde
livery. Mr. Small I a "dude" in dress and
manner, tie is guilty oi seme onencs not
. ... tr a
given in the circular calling for his arrest
From tbe lut report of the Illinois
board of dental examiners, mad to Gov
Hamilton last month, and a copy of which
has been sent us by Dr. J. J. Jennelle, of
Du Quoin, a member of the board, it ap
pears that there are now eight hundred and
fifty-five licensed or registered dentist in
Capt. C. W. Bradley invited a number
of hi lady friends to a special supper at
Tbe Halllday last night. It was a jolly
company. About fifteen ladiea were pres
ent as guests. The supper wa an unusu
ally fine one, u a matter of course, being
prepared by Mine Host Parker for a spe
Elsewhere appears the programme to
oe observed to-night at the Presbyterian
church. It camprise some of the most
beautiful and popular ballads and the
names of some ot the best musicians in the
ity. A grand treat is therefore assured.
We trust that the public will show their
appreciation of tbe singers and of the la
dies who have encrinesred tbe affair, by
crowding the church to-night.
Tho Ohio and it branches continue to
rise above here, and at this point, also, a
rise of eight inches is reported for the
twenty-four hours ending yesterday after
noon. A higher temperature is reported
from everywhere, which, if it continues,
will cause the rivers to continue upward.
General Hazen's proclamation would prob-
bly be more in order now than it was be
A towboatman generally known aa
Cinci," short for Cincinnati, amused him
self yesterday afternoon by molesting per
sons who came across Eighth street at
Commercial avenue. He attacked a color
ed man carrying a load of wood, knocking
the wood from his shoulder and then pro
ceeding to pummel him. Officer Taylor went
to th victim's rescue and the sportive tow
boatman turned.his attention to him. With
the assistance of Chief Myers the obstreper
ous fellow wag finally landed in jail to be
Joseph Brown, second mate on the
steamer Tyler, wa yesterday taken to the
marine hospital station here, to be treated
for a broken leg. He received bis injury
Monday while standing on the deck of the
boat at Caruthersville, . Ky. Tbe bank
caved in, falling onto the boat and par
'iiily burning him. A negre decker named
Torn Willuma, who was standing on top of
the bank when it went down, was buried
under theMide and killed; but he whs not
misled until the boat arrived here. Mr
Brown says he is sure Williams was buried
under the slide.
The preliminary examination of the
four negroes charged with the burglary of
Messrs. Wood dc Bennett's mills, was con
eluded in Justice Robinson's court last
evening. Three of thsm, Ike Lee, Peter
xoung ana Jerry Cox, were each held to
bail in the sum of $300 and taken to the
county jail. One of the three confessed, but
in tbe cases of th other two the officers
had to furnish proof justifying a presump
tion of guilt. The officers had worked the
cue up admirably and succeeded. Jsisie
Reed wu discharged because there was not
sufficient proof ot his complicity to justify
tbe court in holding him to bail.
Some thoughtful person, seemingly
discovering an "aching void" In the editor
ial room of Thi Bulletin that could be
filled in no better way, bu kindly sent us
a sand-bsg-evidently one ot the choicest
plumpest specimens of this vsry useful
vegetable raised in Chicago, th favorite re
sort of sandbaggers, and whore tbe crop of
bag 1 said to b unusually large and fin
una Tear. Th specimen received her
will, according to th implied intention of
tbe donor, be part of tbe furniture of tbe
ditorial room whore the quill shover, a
miia-mannered, genttceyod vegetarian,
will divid his time between jugglingFaber's
No. 2 and acquiring skill in the noble art
of defense and offense. Th tandbag is
prorHranced by competent judge to be the
handiest and most effoctive of weapons, and
hu long been very popular among the
ruliog citizen of our Lakeside suburb
Thb Bulletin's bag will be kept tor tbe
especial accommodation of the several
sluggers, bruisers, hoodlums or footpads,
or their apologists, who have of late in
dulged in gratuitious offers, publicly msde,
to "clean out" this office, using the meek
individual above referred to for a mop
In tbe application made by tbe Cen
tral Trust comp-tny for the appointment of a
receiver tor the Texas & St. Louis railroad
at Keokuk, last Saturday, it was condi
tioned that the receiver should be e
pointed pending a suit in equity filed in
the United States circuit court, asking for a
foreclosure of the first mortgage bonds,
Tbe suit is beiug brought at the instance of
a majority of the bondholders. The opinion
among som railroad men is that the road
can't escape being sold, snd that there will
be a great struggle between tbe Illinois
Central and the Gould interest for its pos
In the circuit court yesterday the jury
in the Linsey-Ulinois Central railroad case
wu discharged, after wrestling nearly all
night in vain for a verdict. When ais
charged it stood ten for tbe plaintiff and
two for defendant; it had stood most of the
night eleven for plaintiff. The case of
Emma F. Knight vs. Tbomu Wilson was
concluded yesterday before noon, the jury
finding a verdict for defendant After this
the case of Dr. C. R. Clark vs. James H
Buckner was taken up, in which Messrs
Linegar, Lansden and Warder appear for
the plaintiff and Messrs. Wheeler and
Leet ior tne aeicnaant. mis case wu
pending when court adjourned.
At a Philadelphia meeting of tbe Sal
vation army the other day, tbe exhorter
discovered a newspaper reporter among tbe
crowd, and tackled him in tke following
style: "We have a reporter here a miser
able reporter a sinful seryant of tbe un
holy newspaper a good young man gone
wrong. Satan has him obstinate, and be
will not yield to persuasion and be saved.
O, help the wicked reporter! The devil
holds tbe fort in the reporter's brain I He's
going to b ! Hallelujah! Oh! may
he join tbe salvation army. Ob! give
him repentance. He is a type of all re
porters, and they are all a wieked lot."
The exhorter must hare had in bis mind's
eye the reporters of evening papers only,
who, everybody knows, are, without excep
tion, an awfully "wicked lot."
Mr. Jeff M. Clark returned yesterday
from Memphis, where he had been for sev
eral weeks directing the decoration of Mr.
Harry Walker's new theatre. The theatre
opened Monday night with a packed bouse,
and during the three nights that Mr. Clark
remained to see if nothing further was
needed ot him, tbe audience was very Urge
ach night. Mr. Walker felt much en
couraged at the success of his enterprise,
and hopes to do well, in which hope he
will be joined by bis friends here. His
Cairo business will not be interrupted in
the least, but will receive his undivided
personal attention alter tbe Memphis insti
tution is thoroughly under way. That
Mr. Walker is a good manager is amply
proven by the fact that he haa so long
maintained his business here, after several
before him had failed. Mr. Walker is ex
pected home Sunday.
The war upon petty coal thieves oon-
tinues, and now that a number of the
small flgh have been "done un nice and
brown," the larger game is coming to tbe
front. Chief Myers yesterday had tour ne
gro men up for stealing coal from cars to
sell again, and one of them was a constable,
Sidney Robinson, elected last year in
tbe Fifth ward, without opposition. Two
witnesses swore that they met him about
ten lays ago going toward the coal r.ara
with a sack. They told lnm jokingly that
he couldn't steal coal that night, but be re
plied, drawing Lis pistol, "ef anybody in
terferes wid me. I'll fix 'em wid Hi. " and
went on. They saw him mount a car, fill
bis sack witb coal and go leisurely borne.
But the witnesses differed as to the time,
one saying it was about a week ago, tho
other that it was two weeks ago. Sidney
was, therefore, discharged, the court,
Magistrate Comings, remarking that the
grand jury would soon convene anyhow,
and might find further evidence that would
justify an indictment, The other three
were each fined upon different charges, and
either given stays of execution or sent to
jail. One of two who were caught by tho
chief in th Wabash yards carrying empty
sacks, confessed that he went there for the
purpose of picking up a little coal, and
took just a few lumps from a car to make
twenty cents' worth, for a woman who bad
requested him to get her some coal. The
good work will be prosecuted by tbe offi
cers until tbe evil is broken up as far aa
Our entire stock of Clothing, Hats, Caps
and Gents' Furnishing Goods. A business
which has been carried on for the past 10
year sltuatod in tho business portion of the
city with an established trade. Our stock
Is new snd fashionable. As wo are deter
mined to go out of the clothing business
we will offer great inducements to cash
buyer or such terms as may be agreed upon.
For particulars enquire of
tf G0LD8TINE & ROSENWATEB.
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 3.1, 1884.
A rtunoeia Ctm C !- nil.
FUnkibal, Mo., Jiro,.-4 was inder-
stood here lut otat tbat fastteu
ieralkshaak wlvero aoAjiooadal euolwwi
be settled In tb Maoon Olooult court skis
week. The om wool'to ktaoon on a ohaeire
of venue. Mr. M. 1. Ohilksbouk la
plaintiff and John .1. Crttlksfcank, Jr., de
fendent. mere nave been coarges and
countercharge of too grossest Immorality
oo noto sides, and for fears thlt cue and
tbe cburota aoasdal out of
which it grew Have disturbed all the social
circles of our city. n report Is tbat tbe
plalBtiB will withdraw all charges of adul
tery alnst ber husband and rest Her
claim for a divoroe uoon tbe jroand ot
desertion only, wneteupoa tbe defendant
will withdraw his euoMrabare against
nis wire ana suner toe decree to go against
mm oy uerauit, with the undemanding
mat uis wire is to receive tf,uoo arlmenv.
and tbat other provision are to be made
for ber comfort. Mr. (,'rulkebank Is a
wealthy man, and suob a settlement oi toe
case, it Is conceded, wlM be better for ail
concerned, aud espooially the Craikshauk
children, than the bitter 6 ot in tbe courts
tbat at one time seemed inevitable.
Timber Thieve Convict.
McLkansboro, III,, Jan. 17. -In the
County Court, Judge Eoklny presidlpg, the
case of John and Cicero Clark, aoouied ot
stealing timber, wu called, and awakened
more than usual interest. Hou. S. S.
Marshall, ex-Judge and ex-Cooeressman.
who had not appeared u an attorney In any
Of these Court for vaara. valunuuirad tn
aailst tbe Proseoutlng Attorney, and made
u lurutvic u argument ifje case mat a
verdict of guilty was returned, the first for
rear. Other Dartiea under th umi nhiu.
immediately pleaded guilty, and tbe walls
ot tue jaw now Keep to eta out of otber peo
Harder TrUI fJoaasneD4.
PiLUB, Tea., Jan. 17. tbe trial of B
B. Wilson for murdering Harry Jdbason In
December lut wu begun in tbe District
court before Judge Aldrklge. A Jury wa
secured and taUng of testimony com
menced. Wilson met Johnson ooralo
borne from cburob on a Sunday witb a lad j
friend and fcUled him for Jealousy, aqd
wounded bis brother tfostpk Johnson. 11 a
bad been drinking with Billy genua,, tbe
Georgia negro minstred, and told qltn he
would show him ''whit a bad nigger in
Teia could do."
The lim-OoMi'i Sfwui Wlrt
Chicago, Jan. IT. Concerning toe pub
lished statement tbat tbe Western Union
Telegraph company bad abrogated tbe lease
of tbe Inter-Ocean's special wires, on ac
count of tbat paperpubltahltig Senator Bill's
speech on postal teregrapfty, William
Petm Mxon says: "Toe" statement Is in
correct. Tbe lease be eiplteg. The eld
agreement wu not saUsfactorf to my, and
I am trying to make better terms, Bending
tbe result of suob negotiation 'oUr dis
patches sre comlag over' 'we'Vegfalar
Tk Doomed Blotere.
Hot Springs, Ark-, Jan. it.aVrhe ool-
ored people are falflng ecjetgeUe step In
behalf of tbe Howard oounty renr con
demned to be banged oh (fee 2oth Inn. A
committee has been formaa bare to solicit
funds to proour tne butletraJ latest avail
able, and to Induce Gov. Bert Hejuefid
executive element?. PeMeiobs aw bAlftg
circulated all over the Sfeftt. sjikisjg ftje
Governor to corn (Out the aeittsune 10 lire
Impt IsoumeoJ.. Tfie condemned, hoW$Ver,
have little hope, and are prepared to' meet
A Tonrlet'e .HOjcidesi Dttf .
RocKFoaD. III.. Ju. 17. A wli-drt-
ed and distingue appearing man arrived at
the bd wards uouse wnncir moKrtDU.
and died suddenly on Sunday. There was
not s scrap of paper In bis clot&lQf! or
trunks to show bis identity, sltbougb be
carried several thousand doilarVand valu
able jewelry.. It bu beep discovered
that tbe decead was L. tosher,
a wealthy resident of Leeds, En
gland, who had bean Raveling tbsoujjb the
couDtryJvtelilQg relatives and for pleasure.
Amelia Olaen'e Mnrderor.
Chicago, Jan. 17. - Thos. 'ihebtrti,
moulder, was arrested ob suspicion of
being implicated in the outrage and mur
der of Amelia Olsen. He was acquainted
witb the dead girl and it Is alleged be was
teen talking to ber on toe street shortly
before tbe murder. Tbe Inquest formally
opened. The evidence of tbe physician
who made tbe autopsy oloarly proved tbat
tbe girl was subjected to a horrible out
rage. Murdered bj Mextraa.
Dallas, Tex., Jau. 17. About two
weeks ago, O, II. Howe, a obecp man, left
Fort D.iVis for bis raoob, twenty miles
southwest. Not reaching his destination In
a reasonable time, bis frlendi suspected
foul play. A searoh resulted in finding tbe
misslnv man's body lu tbe bill, riddled
with bullets. Tbere is no ele w to tbe mur
derers. It Is believed tbat Mexicans killed
him for bis horse and gun.
Tbe Superior ft ace.
Louisville, Jan. 17. Peter Gillum,
(white), and James Hayward, (colored),
quarreled over a trlflJug matter, tbe
former struck Hayward on the Jaw witb a
boulder aud while down, struck bim a
deadly blow on tbe bead witb a brick.
Gillum was arrestod. II ay ward Is dying.
Cincinnati, Jan. W. Tbe opera festi
val sale of seats is clesed. Tbe total amount
of receipt was $46,6U. The Muplsson's
seuon of opera begins . simultaneously wth
tbe opera festival. It also nfovas a fiuab
cial suosess, tbe firtt day's ticket sale
St. Louis, Jan. W.-rDe'glftroie Frank
lin's birthday snqlversacy wlI bce6rted
this evenl'mr toy FW; Assembly No.
" J ". frf:bil aM jforSftr In
tn Druids JMU? toeailSM souvenir
nltatraiftlh? riUf 1 kaVknl'Vii t iirh fade
We 'sW eftbe bail during
W!rWrfJ Wim ? rlpot Ud on
WaTOi U ifMiflWhi
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES, . FURNACES,
Tin, Copper and ieato Ironware.
Roofing, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TELFPHONK NO. S30.
Paints, - Oils,
Brushes, Glass, Window
ilLif.HM In t M m rntnmn ihnM Knu. 1.,. . . ......
uupimuruun or Jl.uu pr wea,
iuivu iiuv. w, ICflMlVHW
POKSALK.-Blank. Chattal Morft-agea, Hpcclal
Job office T8 Oh io Lerex
W A N'YV 1 1 BOuK AGENTS F ABILITY
if xxii xuu , on the rantent wiling work oa
the market to-dar. Ext'aordiu
and salary to the right party altr trUI Hpectal
icmiury giren. vt . U. BTAKKBY,
Hll Arch ht., r-hiladelpbia, J'e,
V TTPTlf wanl men and women .
no pre'ious experlei c Decenary. Kor panic
ular addrea WKAKLBV 4 BrKrlETT.
MS lm 217 Vine Ht., Cincinnati.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLf!
SATURDAY, January 19.
The refined favorite and king ran-mkre of all
In tbclr reconstructed and Inlmlttble Muiiral
Comedy Oddity of
' Fun at the Pleasure Grounds.
UNNIEST PLAY IN EXISTENCE
Thecomuaor is made no of artlita of th rerr
highest Dramatic and Vocal excellence. The en
tertalomeot is fall of refined fun, iptced witb bit
of floe acting and dellcion vocal efforts.
"Best Show of the Season!"
They All Say So.
tW"Retfrvwl .euta nnw An a.lA at V k 1uAam
Secure tlitm at oi ce aud avoid the ruah. '
8. C CONSTANT, Bunineu Manager.
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in tho city; established in 1862.
vuiu i Ave., Deiween win ana iuta 8ts.
MANUFACTURER dt DEALER IN ALL KIND
Ammunition of all descriptions alwars on hand al
nui hjji run iiB.
nennral rnnairlnv tn all Irfnrfa af m.ut. r
fall descriptions made to order, and aatUfactloa
warranted. Oive me a call, and be convinced for
Tourseir, at the ga of tho "Ilia GUN."
JOHN A. KOKHL.ER,
m-Sm Proprietor, Cairo. 111.
U. . sum! .
E0BBBT A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
Frames, 0A1R0' ILL-
Tclpiilinna n ina
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
OIT Y NATION A L, BANK
at Cairo, In the State ot IlllnoU, at tbe clots or
Lecunber 31st. 1833.
Loans and discount Sim$m aa
OrtirdraftK i iS 2
V. S. bonds to loeure clrculi- '
lion-... so om no
Other stock, bond and mort '
Due from approved reaurv
aicent........ j wia
Due from otbt-ratioual banks 80,718 49
Due from Huate bank und
banker ... . l.9t Io-H5.4 84
Real ettate, furuitur-; ami fix-
Check and other cam Item. . l.!5
Rill of other Hank H,ii io
Fraction l paper corrency,
Nickels and pennl 350
Oold -. 1 1 5.6.19 TO
7( 1 R9I 70
Meal Tender note 15 ijj (W f4 S4i
Redemption fund with l 8.
Treaaarer, (5 per cent, of
circulation I i ttO 00
Dne from U 8. Treaaarer,
other than 5 per ceut. re-
demptiou fond. ....... gvJU 00
Total . t783,H e
Cplul stock pld in ini.ooo 00
Undlrldwl Profit I 100 O
National bank note oatatand-
'"ft " - 45.000 OO
lodivldual de(KMlt anbject to
check ... ,V!7.i7 84
Demand r;rtlficat of depoett. j,K,-)8 M
Certified check , 5 0 Ut
Due toother National bank., i 8u8 lit
Due to State banks and bank
ers. ........ . 5,7JO 01-4M.9O4 0
Note and BUI re-dicouated, 50,oiX uo
Total t;5.304 OS
Plate of Illinois county of Alexander, .
I, Thos. W. Halllday, Cahier of the above named
bank, do solemnlv awear that th hnv miiii
i true to the bel of my knowledge and belief.
iao. w. HaLLiDar, Caahier.
Subtcrlbed and iworn to before dim tkli Wih taw
of Jasuary, m. L. V. BAYLEY.
R. H. rcNicixuy tn, 1
. D. Wiu.unoi, VDlrecUira.
H. H. CaaDii, I
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O ' SB
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order.
8lh St., bet. Ohio Leve Commercial Ave.
OAIUO, - - - 1L.L..
Repairipgr neatly done at Bhort notice.
"EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIJM CITY.
UDOm SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Oor. Jt inoteenth street I p . ! tit
Commercial Arnnef VAlIO. lilt