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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOUSING, JANUARY 19. 1884.
M. J. HOWLEY,
Real Estate Agent
and Notary Public,
Room 10, Winter'! Block.
reprint th. folloirlin rMla Fir In.nraue
Compnlo, tIi : Tli Scottish Colon tnd silonal,
Capital oyer $21,000,000;
Assets, over $33,000,000.
Tbe Union, of Philadelphia, organlMd In 1804;
Assets, over $1,500,000.
The Lion tubscrlbed
Call f.ir b otter nd calendars. Ant lorth
American Line of Steamaalp. Tickets on sal v
and from all part of Europe.
flotiret in tun eo;atnn. eigni cwu par line for
Irdand Bv cent per tin each auwequent Inser-
Inn K.r one wee. SUCOUl iwiu. w
-nontb. HO cent per line
The firm of J. JB L. Burger has thit dy
been dissolved by mutual coneent, L.
Burger withdrawing. Tbe business will
be continued by J. Burner, who will ool
let't ail bills due the old firm and pay all
outstanding accounts. J. Bcbokk,
;t L BCBOEB.
Restaurant and Oyster House,
All persona running billiard tablea,
Bteitnboat and railroad runner, portera and
hotel runners, hacks, wagons and draja and
all other business that a license ia required,
are hereby notified that they must take out
their license at once aa required by tbe city
dinances. L. H. Mtkrs,
lw City Marshal.
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 15th, 1834.
Saddle Rock Oystera at DeBaun M Ohio
Notics to Tax-Payers.
I now have the tax books and am ready
to receive the taxes for the year A. D. 1883;
and aa every one knows that there ia no
show to dodge their taxes, my advice is, to
come to the court house and pay their taxes
at once and save costs. Yours truly,
Sheriff and Collector.
Cairo, UK, Jan. 11, 1884.
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
BucKien'a Arnica Sam
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or monty refunded. Price
25 cenU per box. For sale by Barclay
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
ia rendered when one is sorely afflicted
with 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, aud will positively restore her to
bealth, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
TLey are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle, sold by Barclay Broe.(3)
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
De Baun's. tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Sou ee in taes coiamni. :n enu per I In,
nrh nertlon tnd whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to fowa-d tar man' bosiaeaa lnterett axe
tl war paid for.
L -al on third page.
Go and huih at the "Pathfinders" to
night nt the Opera H usi.
'ce, wl hikI kindling, at City Br;w
try, J v Kl'-e. tf
S x P- b in a Pii contain more
fun fr the munry involved than any other
pUj ever in Calm.
Several hundred old papers, exchanges,
for atle at The Bcllktih office. tf
If we we to have a Msrdi Grs cele
bration next mnth, it is atiout time to be
gin talking about it. If not, why not!
Thomas Walsh and Gough Tarr, son of
Capt. Thomas Tarr, were to leave last night
for St. Vincent's college, Cape Girardeau.
"The Mistletoe" dancing club gave
another dance at Temperance hall Thursday
night, which wits well attended and much
Full stuck and complete sample book
or wedding invitations, etc., just received at
The Bulletin job wfflce, No. 78 Ohio
Alderman Blake returned Thursday
night from New Orleana. H nva n, nj
e delightful trip. He left the ladies thtre
to remain a week or two longer.
Senator Plumb's plan for keeping the
Mississippi within its banks is to build
railroads along the banks, which will serve
as levees and will be kept in repair.
Messrs. Charles Ostcrloh and Gus
8woboda, who are taking courses of atudy
in the Evansville Commercial college, are
expected borne aoou on a short vacation.
Mr. John A. Reeve, of this city, ia one
of sixty-elgbt Republicans who have ap
plied for appointments under the United
States senate, and of a dozen or mors who
are on the ground looking personally after
their own interests. It is believed that
only two or three will obtain positions
after all the changes are made.
We hare a new numbering machine
numbers 1 to 100,000. Merchants and
there who want checks, orders or ticksts
numbered, can be accommodated at The
Bulletin office at low rates. tf
Business failures in the United States
the past week numbered 845, being sixty
three more than the preceding week, and
an increase of three over the corresponding
period of 1883.
The finder of a small black-and-tan
slut, strayed from the jewelry store of Mr.
Jmanh TWnath. on Sixth street, will be
liberally rewarded by returning her. 1 1.
Mr. W. W. Wrizht is in the city. He
came up from Memphis several days ago on
business, and will return there to-morrow
cr next day. He is well pleased with Mem
phis, says tbe city is booming, and he ex
pects to stay there.
Lost -A red morocco pocket book
containing some money and railroad passes
(complimentary) to John L Nichols. Will
nav ten dollar reward for the return of
the property to W. H. Eubanks or A. Dav-
isson, Custom House. 1 1
A nes:ro named Paschal was arrested
by Constable Sheehaa Thursday for steal
ing a valise from a boarder at Mrs. Kelly's
bouse, on Ohio levee. Tbe prisoner "turn
ed up" the valiae with all its contents and
was permitted to "lite out.'
A considerable quantity of the ice in
the Mississippi back of the city broke loose
last Thursday night, and, running out, gave
transfer boats some trouble. Last night
another break was reported to have oc
curred, but no particulars could be ob
tained in time for this issue.
-Those who knew Mr. Robero White
when he was engaged in the Illinois Cen
tral, Mobile and Ohio and Iron Mountain
railroad offices here, (will be interested to
learn that he is now cashier on the last
named road under Agent H. H. Milburo, at
Dealers in fresh meats should be care
ful about handling venison now. The law
prohibits the killing of deer after the 1st
of January, and the possession of venison
after the 15th. To-day is the 19th. Nev
ertheless, seversl deer were brought into
According to last evening's weather
report a rise of one foot one inch occurred
in the river here during the previous twenty-fear
hours, ten inches at Cincinnati, one
inch at Louisville, one inch at St. Louis.
At Nashville and Chattanooga the rivers
fell, two feet two inches and two inches re
spectively. The rise has been very mater
ially checked stall points reported from.
The state executive committee ap
pointed by tbe colored men's convention
recently held at Springfield, has issued a
call signed by Chairman L. G. Wheeler and
Secretary R. M. Mitchell, calling for a
meeting of the committee at Chicago on
the 80th and 81st instants, for the trans
action of "vary important business." We
are left entirely to conjecture what the
nature of the busineu is.
Constable John Sheeban made a raid
en "Catfish Row," Ohio levee, yesterdsy,
and brought forth from the mysterious re
cesses of that neighborhood of depravity
three negro women who had been at their
favorite pastime, abusing, slugging and
carving one another. Rosa Alias was fined
by Magistrate Comings 5 and costs for
abusive language, and $10 and costs for
permitting crap-shooting in her den.
Florence Featherstone and Julia Smith
were each fined $5 and costs.
The case ot Dr. C. S. Clark vs. James
Buckner was concluded in the circuit
court yesterday evening, and the court ad
journed, taking it under advisement, it
having been tried without a jury. To-day
tbe cas? of Mary Farley vs. Jno. Burgoise
will be taken np, in which the plaintiff
seeks to recover fifty or sixty dollars for
wood claimed to have been sold to defend
ant, which the latter denies having received
at all. Mr. Warder represents the plaintiff
and Messrs Mulksy & Leek the defendant.
As may be seen trom a notice in spe
cial locals, tbe firm of J. St L. Burger has
been dissolved. Mr. J. Burger remains in
sole ownership ot the business, and Mr. L
Burger withdraws and will leave to-morrow
for New Tork to engage in the dry goods
and clothing business there. During Mr.
J. Burger's absence from here, giving his
personal attention to his manufacturing bus
iness in New Tork, his business here will
be under the supervision ot Mr. Heiman,
who has had many years' experience in the
business and is popular with "the trade"
What might have proved a very seri
ous accident occurred on the Wabash trsck
near the cotton compress Thursday after
noon. The heavy switch engine in use on
the inclines was drawing a train of cars
to the upper yards and at the point men
tioned cams in contact with several freight
cars that were standing too far out on the Y
track of the Illinois Central. The engineer
foreasw the danger, but only in time to re
verse the engine and jump. About twenty
construction hands on the cars also jumped
ana roiled down the high embankment
without injury. In spite of tbe fact that
the immense drivers were whirling back
ward at a dizzy rate, causing a column ot
fire to dart from under each of them, the
monster meved forward and threw the ears
out of its way. But the engine and train
were just beginning to obey the motion of
the drivers when the engineer recovered
himself, jumped into bis cab and gained
control of the machine before it bad gained
much backward motion. It ia not easy to
guess what the result would Lave been, bad
the engineer lost his presence of mind and
not been able to board the engine and gain
control of her before she could dart down
the avenue at the rate of perhaps sixty
miles per hour.
Prof. Rasb, state superintendent of
public instruction, speaking of the control
over pupils on their way to or from school
said "the school board and the teacher
acting under its direction, may take cogni
zaoce ot sucb acts of tbe pupils on the way
to and from school as are manifestly harm
ful to the school, their evil effects being
felt within tbe school room during school
hours and may make and enforce rules to
repress such conduct. The justification of
such rules is to be fouud in tbe fact that
they promote the interests of the school,
and the purpose for which it is maintained
and not in the fact that the conduct ot the
pupils, to restrain which the rales are made,
may have been harmful to other pupils, or
destructure of the property or the peace of
persons living in the neighborhood. These
latter interests must be protected by other
laws, and by other officers. Much good
seose must be used in making and in forc
ing such rules; for at such times tbe pupils
are out of sight of the teacher, and he can
exercise no direct supervision over them,
and can learn of what has been done only
from hearsay. Too much should not be at
tempted, only so much as is plainly nec
essary." As a matter of course, it rained last
night, for the ladies of the Presbyterian
church were to give an entertainment at
their church. The Presbyterian ladies have
been singularly unfortunate in this respect
for a number of years past, until a proposi
tion by them to give an entertainment has
come to be regarded aa. almost equal to the
most reliable prediction of most abomina
ble weather on the day the entertainment
to occur. But, nevertheless, the ladies
have been singularly fortunate in that their
entertainments were always well patronized
in spite of the ill-tempered elements, and
this fact is doubly complimentary to them
from the fact that the people who braved
the weather and attended, did bo with the
self-assurance that they would be amply re
paid for the sacrifice ot comfort tbey were
making. List night a large number of la
dies and gentlemen waded through rain,
snow and slush trom all parts oi tbe city,
and greeted the ladies and the singers at
the church, to attend the. Ballad Concert to
wbicb all bad looked forward with so
much interest. The music was fine through
out; the popular ballads, rendered to per
fection by some of our sweetest singers,
were a novelty in tbe way of a church con
cert, and captivated tbe audience, as they
do all audiences, when well produced.
The more complicated solos and duets,
vocal and instrumental, were no less elec
trifying, and all received liberal applause.
The entertainment was a success in every
way, in spite of hateful "Old Probs."
A party of Wabash railroad officials,
consisting of Superintendent Stevens, Gen
eral Roadmaster Adams, Division Road
master Ward, Superintendent of Bridges
Hoskins and Trainmaster Gill, who ar
rived in the city by special train Thursday,
aft yesterday forenoon for St. Louis via tbe
CairoSbortLioe. In conference among them
selves and with Division Superintendent
Moore while here, they decided to raise the
Commercial avenue truck- above Twentieth
street up to the newly established grade to
which a portion of the street has already
been raised by the city. The track was up
to the legal grade there until a few months
ago, when the council changed tbe grade
to the same as tbe avenue was below Twen
tieth street, and proceeded to have the
westerly side of the street filled up. Now
the track is from three to five feet below the
legal grade, and tbe company will have to
do nearly as much filling as the city has
had done along there. A force of men will
be put to work soon getting out rock to be
used in ballasting the track, and the rais
ing will begin as soon as the weither will
permit. The party also decided to do some
work en that portion of tbe Mound City
levee occupied by the road. This will in
volve a fill of from fifteen to eighteen
inches, for a stretch of the levee about fif
teen hundred feet long which the road oc
cupies, and the restoration of the former
slopes. This will bring that portion of tbe
levee up above the high water of last year.
While other roads about here are going ac
tively to work raising their tracks so as to
avoid this year the probable recurrence of
the acqueous injunction that stopped their
operations in former years, the little Narrow
Gauge is wasting valuable time in banging
away for admission to the city, where it has
long been banging in vain and been repeat
edly firmly refused admittance.
Our entire atock of Clothing, Hats, Caps
and Gents' Furnishing Goods. A business
which has been carried on for the past 18
years situated in the business portion of the
city with an established trade. Our atock
is new and fashionable. As we are deter
mined to go out of the clothing business
we will offer great inducements to cash
buyers or such terms as may be agreed upon.
For particulars enquire of
tf GoiDoTINK & ROSKSWATKK.
Cairo, Ills., Jan.Sd, 1884.
! Baaaell fmm.
Chicago, Jan. IS. Th Tribune pub
lithe the following itaUmeut of Mr. Den
nis O'Oonnsr, the Treasurer of the O'Don.
all fund la Cbleagos "Mr. John F. Fin
nerty bad no oonaectioa with that affair
save that he was a contributor and that bia
paper wai th medium through which the
money was collected aad acknowledg
ed." Mr. O'Connor, as the Treaiurer,
makes th following statement as to tho
moneys reuclved by htm:
Total amount ot moneys received
and published la tb Citizen. ...$4,656.99
Sent to Patrick Ford In
responds to telegram a-"
from A. M. Sullivan.. $2,000.00 Q
Seut direct to A. M.
Sullivan at London... 2,300.00
Paid for hall rsdt, tele
grams, printing, etc. 131.054,431.06
Balance now on baad f 326.85
Mr. O'Connor says tfcst the Interview In
yesterday' Tnbuoe represents him accu
rately save as to Sarah G4lagbr, O'Doa
noil's female oompaotoa. He expressed no
opinions la referoooe to bar.
A Mew Bank la Onaafca
Omaha, Neb., Jan. 18 Mr. Ears
ard, retiring President of the Omaha Ira
tlonal Bank, aonouaoed that. Id connec
tion with other capitalists, be would short
ly establish a new banking Institution in
this city. Mr. Millard founded the Omaha
National Bank in 1666. and aetod a Presi
dent continuously until last wtk, when he
was relieved by the direotors.and hi broth
er, J. H. Millard, aleoted In his plaos. It
was given out at the time tbat Ezra Mill
ard'sbtalth would not admit of hi serv
ing any longer, but people on the inside
now assert tbat he Wat ousted by Union
Pacific Influence In pay meat of aa old
grudge. Under Mr. Millard's management
ue Omaha National has become one of tbe
strongest and most prosperous banks In tbe
West, and he will have aid from all quart
ers in bis new enterprise.
lonpecilac HUaiMlppI Tint bor Lands.
icxsBUKO, Miss., Jan. 18. A party of
flfieeu capitalist and lumbermen of the
Northwest, arrived in this citf Wednesday
morning and are domiciled at the Pacific
House. Tbey are on rout to Taaoo, Sun
flower and Washington qountles for tbe
purpose of examining tb Umber laoils of
tbat part of Mississippi, with a vlttw of
purchasing large tracts. These gentleraeu
crime down on esoursion rale, and this I
the rift b party that has visited Ytzoo Delta
tm season. L.arx tracU of land have al
ready been purchased, and tbe prospect Is
tbe party now here will swell tbe aggregate
to greater proportions.
A Coo1-HmU1 Ooveraor.
IRKNTOM, S. J.. Jan. 18. A small fire
in tbe State House yesterday caused a great
commotion. The officials closed the iron
gates and ordered tbe firsmen not to sotrr,
a tbe ore could be put out by buckst ot
M ater. Tbe firemen Insisted on Der(oi ru
ing their (lutv and threatened to break
down tbe door. A ereat crowd natherad.
and a riot was feared, but Gov. A b bolt op
portunely arrived and took charge of af
fairs. He directed the bose brought In
and succee dad in retainia nrdr. Hi.
cool-beaded action saveoTthe edifice.
Th Bankrupt Law.
Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 18. By a
vote of Wo to eight, the ladiaosDoli
Board of Trade iasiruutad its delegates to
tbe meeting ot tbe National Board of Trade
in Washington, nsst week, to favor the
a .'option of tbe Lowell bankrupt hill as em
bodying tbe views of tbe Board, and to
urge Its passage by Congress. Last Feb
ruary, whn tblrteaa members were pres
ent, tbe Indianapolis board want on rec
ord a being opposed to tbe eosetment of
any bankrupt bill.
ClMose of H-aagemeat sSm Aaavrl-
ca Iraa Associativa,
Cincinnati, Jan. 18. Mr. Q. Wbber,
formerly ot the A marl nan Pres Astooia-
tion, has severed his connection with tbat
enterprise, aod the management of tbe
Cincinnati office has been tendered to ex
Auditor Cappetler. ooe of th dlreotore ot
tbe Association. Mr. Cappvlier has accept
ed tbe position, and henceforth the oe in
Cincinnati will bo conducted under bis im
Brav Work by Urease.
Providknob, B. I., Jan. 18. What
promised to prove a destructive conflagra
tion, commencing in tbe fire-story bulldine
of Vsugban A Company was Ripped In the
bud by the extraordinary exertions of the
nremen, wno soon gained control of tbe
flames. Tbe building cost fl&O.OOO and
waa damaged to tbe amount of MO.Ooo.
fully covered by insurance.
Buase'a Aaaailaal Captured.
Qcincy, Jan. 18. The police arrested
Sam Simpson, tbe "pal" of JJohn Greet),
who is Identified aa ooe of the men who
assaulted and robbed old man Busse at his
house on the last of December. After
being locked up the old man waient for,
and ou seeing Simpson Immediately Identi
fied him as bis principal assailant.
Drnwaetf Wall at Play.
St. Louis, Jan. 18. An unknown white
boy about 12 years of age was drowned
while playing an. the ice at tbe foot of
Poplar street. Nothing could be done to
save bim. A number of persons engaged
in search for tbe body but their rffoit bad
not been tiicfHfull up to 2 o'clock.
Louisvillb, Jan. 18. President Dlllou
aod party ot ten directors ot tbe Union Pa
cific arrived at midnight by a special coach.
They leave to-night for the South, tbe nee
via Huntington system to California.
Attauptad Harder aod Suicide.
Las Veqas, N. M., Jan. 18.-Win. Kel
ley, a well-known sport, shot Rose Martin,
his mistress, and then committed suicide
by blowing bis brains' out. The woman
will recover. Kelley's body was (hipped
to bis home in Corlngion, Hy.
Hioa Lota Loom Her Lllo.
Dithoit, Mich., Jan. 18. The house of
Nicholas Lots, Cbaria township, St. Clair
county, burned yesterday. A daughter
rushed baok to save some money and was
burned to death.
Chicago, Jan. M. Henry Irving la lu
disposed. Bo was at tb laat mora eat, last
night, compelled to absent bimselt from
a grand banquet in bia honor at th Calu
Paacv Kin Baracd.
LoOKPORT, N. Y., Jan. U. the ppr
mill ot Brown and ftajffsfk, loestf d at 18
mile ereek Is jnClily rned. Lees eetl
maud at fl,lft. CofeW by ttiuranoe.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Tin, Copper and Vcate Ironware.
Roofing, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TKLFPHONE NO. SO.
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames, (UIR0' ILL-
7 Telephone No 10t
gngravings and Wall Papers.
Notices in till, column three line or le.t iJceois
one fnHHrtinn np 1 OH iuii wj.W
FOR SAI.K.-Blanks, Chattal Morgage. gpocla!
ft arrftiitv and Wtmnt. tkurf. . .T.u n 1 1 . ;
Job office 78 Ob io Leve
W A TT V H f B00K AGENTS OF ABILITY
1 1 xxil xxjv. on the fanteat lellitg work oa
the market to-day. Kxt-aordlnary inducement
and salary to the rijht party alter triil Hpeclal
territory given. W. II. STARKEY.
811 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTFTi! wwa' an and women ev.
ZXll a UJJ . errwbert, io sell oor Diamond
No preloui experience neceaanrv. for partic
ular, address WEAKLEY t BCKNETT.
M5 lm 27 Vine St., Cincinnati.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLl7!
SATURDAY, January 19.
The refined favorite and king fan-mak'r of all
in thetr reconstructed and Inimitable Mu.tcal
Comedy Oddity of
" Fuii at the Pleasure Grounds. "
FUNNIEST PUT IN EXISTENCE
The company io made np of artlat of tbe very
highest Dramatic and Vocal excellence. Th en
tertainment i full of rcUned fun, spiced with bit
or Hoe acting and delicious vocal effort.
"Best Show of the Season!"
They All Say So.
Of Reeerved .eat now on sale at E. A. Bder.
Secure them at oi ce and avoid tbe ruah.
. C CONSTANT, Rueineia Manager.
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest In the city; established in 1862.
worn i av. , nsiweoo vtn ana lutn bis.
MANUFACTURER it DKALER IN ALL Kt.NDS
Ammunition of all description always on hand at
General repairing in all kind of metals. Key
if all description made to order, and aatiafactlon
warranted. Ulva me a call, and be convinced for
youraelf, at the go of the "BIG GUN."
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
gi-flm Proprlator. Cairo. III.
us. a. SMITH.
SSaSKT A. (KITH.
Grand Central Store.
CLARK & LOYETT,
KEPOUT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL, BANK
at Cairo, lu the Stale ol llllnola, at tbe cloae of
Lecfmber 8 1st. 1883.
Loans and discounts -133,!3 tt
Overdraft 1,114 tt
V. S. bond to secure clrcula-
tlou. . MJ.OUQ 00
Other stock, bonds and niort-
Due from approved reserve
axenu I 9 21
Due from other National banks 30,719 4S
Due from State bank and
banker I3.yt8 10113.498 ffl
Heal eatate, furniture and fit-
tarea . JS.'JH OS
Check and other eaah Hum. .$ !S
BUI of other Banks 14.101 00
Fractional paper currency.
Nickels and penulca.. ...... 330 JS
Oold f 15.6314 "O
Silver 8,u 70 70
Leeal Tender notes 15,twu 00 Mil vi
Redemption fond with U. 8.
Treasurer, (3 per cent, of
circulation) l,ggo 00
Dae from U. 8. Trvaaarer,
otber than S per cent, re
demption fund .... ' J 500 00
Torai. 1703,304 (S
Capital UKk paid in.-.....i Mi.imo 00
Hurplu KuDil. .. I5o,iio 00 250.000 O)
National bank note outstand
ing Dividend unpaid. ..............
individual deposit subject to
check $ii7.S.7 $4
Demand certificate of depoeit. W
Certified checks VO at
Dae to other National bank.. !W $4
Doe to Mate bauk aod bank
ers 5.',710 03- 414.J04 60
Note and Bill re-dincouated, 50,000 UO
Total 75,304 eS
Btate of Illinois, count; of Aiexaudcr, .
I, Tho. W. Hallldiy, Cuhlt-r of tbe above named
bank, do aolemnljr ewear that the above eutement
Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Tho. W. Hallumy, Caahier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Iji a dai
of Jasuary, 13M. L. D. BAVLKT,
CoRKKCT ATTIT !
R. 11. Ci'XNiMimtx, 1
(i. V. WiixiAKaoN, Director.
II. O. Cakuki. I
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Msdn to Oritur.
8thSt.,het. Ohio Levee it Commercial Ave.
OA1KO. - - - ILL.
Repairing; neatly done at short notice.
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Oor. Nineteenth street I fainA TII
Commercial Avenue 1 vaUU, ill.
I oT If