C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (second ri.oon) onto i.kvf.k,
UUY AND SELL Rf.AL ESTATE,
FURNISH .ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
And prepare Conveyances of Mod'.
CARL L. THOMAS,
Is prepared to do nil kind. of plain and ema
KALSOMKVINO, VM'FM HANGING
mon lfnmxa, etc..
At figures ishich defy nil cnmpf t'on, nnd In tho
highest stylo tf the, painter's art.
.SHOP III THE PERKY HOUSE,
coiineii or qpMMr.nciAi. avknuk and
A. WADGVMAR, M. ).,
PHYSICIAN, Furs-eon and Acentihciir, formerly
of Anns. Union cniinlv. Illinois. lin ner-
inancnllr localed In nlr. Olliro Commercial
aven'e, between Ki(?hlli nnd Ninth streets, West
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. 1).
nnsinr.NCE No. 21 Thirteenth street, lie.
XV tMi-en Wn.shlnjr.tnn nventie nnd Walnut strott.
uwee igiuommerciai avenue, up stair.
C. DUNNING, M. I).
"pF.Stt'KNCK-corner Ninth nnd Wnlnul sts,
IV Otlic-o-conier Sixth street nnd Ohio levee,
Oltlce hours from fi n.m. to lit m nnd t p.m.
Saturday Morning, July , 1871.
JOHN II. OBEULY, Editob axd I'iuliuhkr.
Tti or imb Cult IIcm.etin :
One week, by cirrfer, ..
One month, by mall t ;j
Thr raonthi, ..... .'.......j i
One yer oo
Hit official paptr of AlemnUr etmntv awl of the till) of
nwulr-menkr journal t rnaU, but fcartcts out'
tpokfft on ol( nibjcttt of intercut to th public :
Kttk a fares and (ncrtasina circulation, thn Hull.
Un ioliCiUthepattonagtot inlcllhtnt realm and
tnltrpnnng ousmj mtn.
TIIK DOLLAR WEEKLY 1IULI.KTJ.V.
John It Oberly 4 Co. nave reduced Hie mb
ctlptWj price of Hie Weekly Cairo lliilletin to
0 TloUarper annum, mnkinn it the clunpct p.
perpubllihed In Southern Illlnoln.
Make the meeting at Winters' Block,
to-night, a rouscr.
1H: sure ani attenii the Kaii,
roaii Meetino, at Winter's Hi.ock,
Which? For the railroads and tho
growth of Cairo, or against the railroads
and tl.o decline of Cairo '
Iv the carpenter would ec houses
springing up on every liaml, lie will
vote for railroad?.
How many persons in the employ of
the Illinois Central will vote for the
railroads on Monday next. Not one
Retrogression or Progression is
the, real iasue which the voters of Alex -
under county will be called upon 10 de
cide next Monday.
When a man talks or works against
the proposed railroads "spot" l.iiu.
He is an enemy to every man, woman
and child in the community.
The workshops of the Cairo and St.
Louis and Cairo and Vincenucs roads,
will give employment to ono hundred
mechanics and double that amount of
Is proportion us tho cost of transpor
tation is lessened, in that ratio id there
u reduction in the oust ol' overytliin g
wo eat, wear and drink. Thin arc rail
road the great benefactor.s of the iij;e
UK BURK AND ATTEND Till: 1LII
road Meetino, at Wintku's, Block
Tins is the vital moment in Cairo'
history. With railroads her future is
nlnced bevoud doubt. Without them
she niuks into a veritablo "SloiiL'h o
Despond," never to emerge again.
The Cairo and St. Louis ami Cairo
and Viuccnncs roads, aro Cairo enter
prises, beginning and ending here
Thpir headquarters will be in Cairo
und not in Chicago or -Sew-i ork.
It is against the interest of every
soul aud corporation in Cairo to defeat
the railroads ou .Monday, next save,
alone, the Illinois Central railroad, and
it can well afford to pay thousands of
dollars to defeat it.
Til F. bed track, rolling Htoek and
workshops of the two proposed rail
roads will, when completed, add over
u half millio'ii dollars to the value of
property iu thib county alone.
"What I Is it possible," exclaims tho
newspapers along the route of the Yin-
cennos road, " that Cairo hesitates to
riand by its former action'? Does it
prbbbie lo swallow dirt and have the
dose kill it?"
One thoubaud moro buyers iu the
Cairo market, would quadruple the
mount of drayago, Tho Cairo nnd
Viiicenues rond.alouo will bring that
Bu'tnber into ' Cairo
Rr. hvuk and atti:nd i hi: JtAir.-
HOAII MlliTlMI, AT VlNTi:it'f JII Ot K,
V'nr.S tlTTorToTThc Cairo nnd
Vinccnnc- niHnwt n VS tIlu
laboring inc.. of oM city, vera not com
iiolldl lo leave thoir families ami home
(o nrck work clsew hero. Start tl.o work
on (ho two ro.nl ami every man nnd
lean, in Cairo will find inimcdinlo em-
Tin: colored jicode nro .sound on
tl.c r.iilroad question. They know
tlint which increases labor, nnd gives
fo the poor man ample employment
is a good thing, which ought to nnd
will receive their support nnd their
voles. No colored citizen should fail
to cast his vote on Monday next for
Cairo and her railroads.
A liAnv. victory for the railroads on
Monday will not Miflico. Tho majority
must be overwhelming. Thero should
not be left nn inch of ground upon
which carpers can stand. Every friend
of tho prosperity of Cairo should know
his duty, nnd knowing it, turn out and
perform it fearlessly.
BK SrilE AND ATTKNI) THE RAIL
HOAI) Mr.LTlNO, AT WlNTKlt'S JLOCIC,
Tin: Cairo and AMnccnncs nnd Cairo
nnd St. Louis roads, would become
competing lines with tho Illinois Cen
tral. Such competition would lessen
tho cost of transportation to and from
Cairo, and relieve our community from
tho onerous and unjust bunions now
resting on it, and held there as with n
grip of iron, by a wealthy corporation.
Will tho chance to break these shackles
be allowed to go by unimproved.
The trade along the route of the
Vincenucs road, is the most valuablo
after which Cairo can reach. Tho
counties nlong the lino nro rich and
prosperous, nnd nro, as yet, without any
rcgulnr market. Let Cairo be the first
to secure this trade by building tho
Vinccni.es road, and she may then
laugh in her sleeves nt tho efforts of
her rivals to compete for this trade.
Tin: conviction is implanted in tho
breast of every intelligent citizen of
Jairo, that unless the Cairo and m-
ecuncs and Cairo and St. Louis railroads
arc completed, and that speedily, Cairo
will be lost sight of in the grand system
of railroads, which are now spreading,
net-like, over the continent. The Cairo
and Vincenucs road will, when com
pleted, form a link in the Southern I'a
cific railroad the most important rail
road enterprise ever projected in this or
P.i: srni: and attend the Rah,
road Mkktimi, at Winter's Ui.uuk,
Dray.mv.N should remember that
Cairo will be tho headquarters of the
Cairo and St. LoiTii and Cairo and Vin
cennes roads : that Iho trade of thee
roads will bo largely local that is the
people who live along tl.o lino of tho
respective routes and our own mer
chants. They cud nnd begin hero,
and in their operations will bo unlike
the lllinoi-. Central, which transfers its
reigiit ton wharl'boat. nnd thence to
tho steamer leaving tho drayman with
out even a 'smell" at it, as they justly
TliKUK is now u tide in tho affairs of
Cairo, which if takon at its Hood will
lead on to wealth ami prosperity. 1 lie
building of the two proposed railroads,
will, no ono dure deny, beget business ;
business will beget labor and tho un-
migrationto mpply it ; houses must bo
built to Mipply tho iucroa.-e of popula
tion, and property wtliiu the county
and corporate limits, being thus
brought into greater demand, becomes
more valuable. The benefits aro gen- j
eral, and are nut confined to clns-.
The rich and pour t-harc them alike.
The doctrines of the opponents of these
railroads, if put into praetieo, would op
erate in a m inner jut the reverse of
this and under their pernicious teach
ings the t-pot where Cairo now Mauds
would bo as bare of improvements as
their arguments are of reason.
1?K M'JU: AND ATTKNI) TIIK ll.UL-
ROAD iMh'KTINII, AT WlNTKIt'S Ill.OOIC,
MK.Mi'Hitj is tho creature of railroads.
They havo made her a city within the
memory of persons not past the middle
age. Her pooplo have fjicnt between
two and thrco millions of dollars to
make a city, where thirty-fivo or forty
years ago was a bluff, tho Chickasaw Ju-
iliaiis, and one white man. Look ut tho
contrast, teiintliland, Ky., on tho Ohio
river, was nt the t-a nietimu a promising
town and contained men of vim and en-
toipriio. They proposed railroads
which would maku hor a iii (,r m,
mean pretentions. Tho citicu. of
Suiithland voted right, but the tuuutiy
precinct- killed the proportion. To
day, one cannot pass by it without hu.
iug amazed at tho dilapidated, worn
out, dead aspect of tho lew old alianties
which lino its river bank. I'aduciih
graced tho prizo and Smithland lot
her chauco forever. Will Cairo
will Alexander county in their own
cause icpeat thu history of Smithland V
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1871.
The county has made tho issue with
the city. "D n Cairo, nnd her inter
ests too," is tho rallying cry in the rural
precincts. What this spirit of hostility
to Cairo is based on whatcaue orcr-
ales to produce such nn cfleut wo nro
not nble to divine. Those who indulge
in this kind of talk, who nbusc Cairo in
every breath, nre ninong some of the
heaviest land-owners, nnd, proportion
ately considered, smallest t,ax payers of
tne county. Mr. TIios. McClurc, or
Clear Creek, who is in violent op
position to both roads, owns a farm
twelve hundred acres of , which arc im
proved and in cultivation, fenced in
with sawed lumber ; this land will
bring thirty-fivo dollars nn nerc in
open market: upon the same place he
has a large flour mill ; a saw mill and
dwellings. For tho farm, with its im
provements, it is reported that he re
fused $05,000. It is assessed nt 885,
000. There are two large farms on
the ridge, which will bring any day
thirty dollars an acre, under the ham
mer, nnd which nro nsscssed, respect
ivcly nt two nnd thrco dollars per acre
Wo mitiht ndd to this list
but cite this merely to show
tho dilToronco in tl.o asscsHincnt of
country nnd oitv property in the
samo county. Tho assessed valuation
of tho property outside the corporate
limits, is about 8300,000, one-third of
which is owned by Cairo men men
who nro unceasing workers for tho in
forests of the county, as well as the
city. Of tho remaining 8200,000 of
property, at least forty thousand dollars
worth is ownend by non-residents, thus
leaving for tho property-holders proper
outside of Cairo, 8100,000. upon
which to nav taxes or less
than ono twcnty-fifth of the taxes
of tho whole county, while fully uino
tenths of the taxes expended for im
provements arc spent in tho erection of
bridges, repairs on roads, etc.
give these figures and facts, to show
that upon the score of onerous taxa
(ion, or unjust discrimination in tl.o ex
ponditure of the county's rovenues,
these men have no ground for com
plaint. And they know it. In their
blind prejudice, they are repeating the
folly of "biting ofF the nose to spite the
face." For, no' matter how this rail
road matter may terminate, these gen
tlemen must understand that the eyes
of our people have been opened' to this
subject, and propose hereafter to see
that Cairo, as well as the country,
shall have full justice in the assessment
of property and tho expenditure of tho
county's taxes. 1 he favoritism which
discriminates between country and city
interests is played out, and our country
fellow-citizens may make up their minds
to this fact.
HE KUlli: AND ATTEND THE HAIL
ROAD Meetino, at Winter's Block,
(lathered from our Exchanges.)
The Jlaltimoro movement to nouiinato
Sonator Cameron for vice-president in
1872 is editorially approved by tho Wash
ington Jiepublican, tl.o recognized organ
of tho administration.
Accounts from I'unnpylvania give a
very satisfactory report of thn canvass in
that state. It is said there is little doubt
of a democratic succes? in tho full. Tho
party Is united, and tlio radicals aro fight
ing ovur tlio Bpoiis.
Tho Hltdtmond Kwjuirer cnllsToombs
and Stephens a pair of fools, and freely
expresses tlio opinion that thu former
esiicclallv would l'bo much inoro a succe3
In ii lunatic asylum than ho Is in tho rolo
of a retired statesman," or than ho wns
during tlio war as u brigadier gonoral.
Tlio Mow llninpshifo Patriot says:
"Xow Hampshire is naturally democratic,
unci has only been unablu to show it, bo
cause tho opposition havo been in power
and counted the democracy out at every
ulection. Wo prnposu to do tho counting
ourselves in future, fairly and honestly,
which will make all tho diliuroncu in tl.o
Says tho Now York Sun, a cnll lias
beon issued by tho prominent colored mon
iu tho south, for "a national colorod con
vention" to meet in Columbia, South Car
olina, on Oct. Ht. Each etato is invited to
send delegates. Tho purposo of tho con
vention is to consider and decido upon
soma general lino of policy to protect tho
political rights of colored men for all tlnio
Considering thnt throughout tho south
tho colored men are nuwhoro donied .their
political rights, tho proposed convention
is superfluous. Tho best places for tho
colored men to iHsomblo In Octobor nro
tho corn anil cotton fields. Let them de
voto their attention to building up tho
waste places nml cultivating tho soil. Corn
and cotton will do moro to presorvo politi
cal rights than conventions and resolu
l-'rom many sources.
.Shields, England, hud a snow storm
on Monday last.
Tho salo of Woodhull J- Clajhn't
IIVfAy has boon prohibited in Gormuny.
An Italian colony from Chicago is
going into silk eultiiroln Meridian, Miss
issippi. An English paper ,tho John Hull, sor
rowfully says, "England Is hastunltig with
a self-accelerated momentum to tho dreary
abysios of Doiuocracy,"
llornuu Oreuloy hus given oulurs for
thu employment of woiuuu as proof-read
ers on tho Now York Tribune, nnd Hint
thoy shall bo paid tho full "union" price
for sncn work. One woman is alrondy nt
won;, and moro will be cugngeu,
III! St'lti: AND ATTEND THE RAIL
ROAD Meetino, at Winter's Block,
ITS MINERAL RESOURCES IllCOVEItV ' A
VEIN OP LEAD ORE IM IIARUlNcnl XIV.
I-'rom tho Shnwncetown Mercur)
Tho mineral rrxniirpen nf ntittnntern
Illinois nro not only bcglnlng tr attract
tl.o attention of ciipltnllfts In .liferent
pans oi vita union, nut now iliico -cries nro
rapidly brought to light. Hnrdly a week
fia?sc nut wo nonr oi now openingi "
dma Of tho dllioront kinds of mineral.
lying beneath tho surface In tomo ono of
tliu cminiu-3 in Botitliorn Illinois. JJut de
cidedly tho best reV)6rl ll.nl hat reached
m, it tlint or the Itoso clnro Lead nnd
Spur Co., ilttintcd In tho adjoining county
of Hnrdln, nbout thrco miles below Ellzn
bcthtown. Wo ua.i nrcsonl tho matter in
no better light than to give tho following
nrtlclo, tiikun Tram tho Cincinnati Com
mtrciai or ! riiiny, .itino loth, it says;
DISCOVERY 01' A VALUA1II.K MINE OK LEAD
OIIK l.V SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
Ono of tho richest veins of lead oro in
tho United Slides has been discovered on
tho Ohio river, in tho property of tho
lloso Ulnro .Mining Company, Hose Ulnro,
Hnrdln count v. 111. T ho voin Is fourtcon
foot wideband runs through their property
to tho extent oi a mile. Shaits nave been
mink to tho donth of two hundred feet,
and tho mineral increases In richness with
lnrconor centnL'o of silver, r.xncrionced
minors from Wales and England pro-
nounco it a puro vein, with all tho indica
tions of deen deposit of ttalcna. Immodl-
nto stops will bo taken for an assay, whllo
tl.oso familiar with load oro Bay it will
yield clirhty por cent. Tho doposlt is ac
companied with a vein of flour spar, of its
ell valunbio as a llux in manulncturing
gln?s and Iron and in smelting silver and
"Wo find tho following woll said words
in ono ol our democratic exchanges, Jivcn
ns a suitablo plunk in tho democratic plat-
lorm: "jliio contest is coming, jjot tno
opponents of despotism fall Into line and
bo ready for tho march. Thoro can bo no
Usgards or lukowarm men In tho struggle
now uoinir on. e cure not what a nun
'past political associations havo been.
no is opposed to despotism; opposed to
congressional and executivo usurpation;
i . ... . .
opposed to tho dubauchory of our courts of
justico; opposed to high taxes and nation
al extravagances, and in favor of a frcocon
stitutiunnl government as tho representa
tive power of a frco ballot; in favor of tho
nearest possible approximation to free
trade, whllo preserving tno revenues de
rived from Imports; In favor of an up
right judiciary and nn honest and econ
omical government it is his duty to loir
tho democratic nrmy nnd mnrch to tho
Re $ure and attend the Ram,
road Meetino, at Winter's Block
DIVORCED IIY DEATH
AV'iscotisin furnishes a dreadful warning
to husbands who aro tryingto get divorces.
An old farmer named Niessen, living near
St. Francis, in tho Jtilwaukoo neighbor
hoed, becarno suspicious of his loving
spouso nnd took tho foolish idea into his
head that sho contemplnted killing him.
At last ho accused her of tho fell desicn.
She denied it indignantly, but with wratli
unabated tho farmer set out in search of
adlvorco. His poor wife, meantime, went
sorrowincly out into tho meadow to por-
. . ..... -1 ...... .1.- .
lorm nor usual iiisk ui iiinniu inu cuw,
"While thus employed ono of tho cows, a
vicious nnimal, set upon her anu goreu
her to terribly thnt death ensued shortly
after sho was carried into tho house. Fool
ish old Nlcsscn was sent alter and brought
back to And that death had anticipated his
divorce. JJut no wishes now that ho had
not made n fool of himself. .
A CALIFORNIA JOKK.
Tho "Occasional Notos" column of Mr
Ileechcr's Christian Union has this
Afnn-'a little lamb" and tho venora
ablo editor of tho Now York Tribuno aro
both regarded ns fair subjects of tho witli
ngs ol tho land to ncsii tncir ma.uen pens
nnon: thouch. certainly, both nro thus
worthy of hotter treatment than to bo
thus tormented. Tho latest instance,
taken from a heaven-forsaken corner of
a far-away California paper is calculated
to arouso tho stornest resistance in our
nobler nature It it as follows:
'Mary had n litllo lamb,
It drank cold water lraely,
And lookek ao Innocently wlao,
Hho called it Horace oroely.
BST" A story is going tho rounds of tho
tho press that an Alabima planter, sov
oral years ago, becoming Bntisllod thnt
tho vitality of tho cotton plant was des
troyed only by frost, tried an experiment
with a slnglo plant. Tho second year ho
picked 800 ponnds from It; last year it
yci!ded l'129;i pounds of best cotton, and
now it Is twonty-llvo foot high nnd prom
ises to yield not less than thrco bales of
tho staple. There is nothing incrediblo
about this, any moro than thero is about
tho truo and voracious history of Jack and
tho bean stalk.
!9I!owun, tho bia-nist, will probably
bo pardoned. His ollunso is now looked
upon as a mere peccadillo, which any woll
regulated politician U likely to commit,
and his "district" iuHuencois too valuablo
to loso. Tho poor follow cortainly had
great inducements never to marry again,
after his tlrst oxporienco in that way, and
ins last venture, winch constituted Ills
crime, was evidently a fault of tho head
raiuor innn oi tno heart.
BQyAmongtho princesses of Europe, tho
Empress of Uussin and tho l'rlnccss
Frederick Charles nro tho best painters,
tho Princess of wales tho boat performer
on tho piano, tho iucen of Holland tho
best poet and author, tho Empress of
Germany tho best "conversationalist, tho
Empress of Austria tho best looking lady,
and tho Queen of Denmark tho best
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' I Kcr Hale I
FOR SALK. J For Bale 1 FOR SALK.
Faro from Livkkpool,
Faro from Londondkihiy,
Faro from Glasoow,
Faro from Qukenhtown
TO CAIRO, ; : : : i i : i $4 8.:
BaHord, Morrle A Candee, AKents.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, OILS,
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTY,
95 OHIO LEVEE,
OllDINANCE NO. H i.
AnJtfl2'ZVMtm ,ta' of c"c""on
He It ordained by the City Council of the city
HacTtox I. That it Bhall be tho duly of the 1 Police
Msui.ir.iea of the city of Cairo whenever the
na.'havfl been found gnlltT ot . JW'0" .f
ordinance of jaldelty, nnd the City Attorney may
MoWift TXnrea'.uSSJof o
I'rOTlded, any peraonin wnoseiavur ri v.
elocution baa elapsed shall be dealt witnnii ir no
. w .-- t ..uiniinn hnd beon framed.
a;.i Jnn.tHH. 1171.
Attest, JOllNM. LAN3DEN, Mayor.
M, J.Hgwur.Oity CUr. Je'dltH
A new and nuvf-l eyilcm of Llfn InmirniH-e let
rmllv Introduced by Iho
I MISSOURI MUTUAL LIFE
OP NT. I.OI1IN.
Ity thH n)elcm, Lllo Ini;rjnco u rurnliaril it
m litllo col tu by lh usual plana, am the o.
Icy hoi Icr rcccltro an anniml Inlvrcat ol icri-n
jwr cent, upon nil tin- money paid liy hl.n lolh'i
Company hla annual premium thus earMnit
him a much nan Kovernincnt bond.
The plan hna Ix-m thoroughly criticism and
fully Indorsed by tha most eminent nctnarli"
and skillful mathematician In th'i land I Indi-e..
It haa not yet been tlx; subject ol unluvorablu
mention innny respeclnblu quarter.
Olllcn of Iho Company,
NORTHWEST CORNER KOlfllTII AND OLIVE,
ST. LOUIS, .MO.
AltTHUK 11. MAUKKTT, President.
Hkn.1. 'Williams, Secretary.
Itnnlfs high n ibellsl ol Sound, thrlRy Wealcrr
It ha ample capital 1J5,X).
It hasasscta morn than enoiiKh tocotcr ii'
llalillllli9 In addltlo j to the. capital.
It has one hundred thousand dollars depo.itiM
with theHtnleof Missouri nan perpetual cihi
antc-e lo Its dicr holders.
It hnsconiolli-il fully wlthihe new laws ol ttiv
I rime, miicn nre uiihu ns i-ai..uik hikj iniiru rivi-i
It Invests It fund In tho West, ainonj the
people from whom they are received.
Its management la vigorous, skillful and pr
Its annual Income from the Interest oloni-
alrtadr moro tlillli sulllclent to pay its losses.
I doumcnt plans, at the same rata as other rlrsl-
u issues policies upon inu omuiar inc nun cu -
The policy holder receive all Hie profits Insn-
Tho stock holdurs can receive only ten w
cent, of Interest ou their capital, by the term"
The annual dlridenda to policy 'o. .ei am al
ready jrrcater than many old Eaatenl Companies
hae eer U-ennMa to pay.
TheMtatnof Illinois paid last )ear atiout Ici.r
million dollars (or Life Insurance.
Why send so much money out ol lh yisto
away to New York on I New KoKland for an artlce
that may lie produced just as clieap'y (ormoro ac
at homo t
aprZftlawtl ABrnta nt Cairo.
rOJIJIINMO.N ANU I'OIIWAHIIIXU
Ckmkst, I'LASTKIl I'.Mtl",
PL A ST K It KIl' S HAIR,
l oriirr i.ikiiiii hlri-rl nml Olilo l.osec.
MILLKR k PARKKR,
FORWARDING M KRCHANTS,
DKALKRS IN FLOUR, CORN,
Oats, Hay, etc.
S8 Onto Lkvek, CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN 15. PHILLIS
(Successor to I'nrker & I'hlllis,)
FORWARDING M KROHANT,
DKALKR IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Mail, Bran,
Con. TKNTH-ST. and OHIO LKVEK,
.J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to K. 11. ' Hendricks & Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
- CAIItO, ILL.
,T,',bCral c1.Jnlifer.le "PDf
Aro prepared lo receive, store nnd forward
freights to all points nnd buy nnd
tell on commission.
tflliislnesa altcndeil lo promptly
(Hiiccensor ol Aycri A Co.)
General Commission Morchant
133 OHIO LKVEE,
CO A I. ANU WOOD.
l.S . S lit . 1. TX
' iU " " 1V "
'"WOOD AND COAL
IN ANY l'AUT OP TIIK CITY,
And la any quanll.y desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at $1,60 pki,
I OKl'ICE-Over Ueerwart. Ortli Co.'a stove.
twodoors above thecojrver oJf-lKhth street aud
Commercial nyenue deceit
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