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JOHN H. OBERt? & CO., PROPRIETORS.
milti, t.SMtT 1
., ticm.m.f ij p.m
2:20 p;m. ,4:Wpm.
f S una, Way . ''" V-'n- '"" r-n
" Tliroujth N. 0 Mrm.
phi and Colimilm ... l.aop.tn. 4:00 p.tn,
Ohio Hirer route, texcepi
Mnnilarl .. .00 t.m. COO P.m
Iron Mountain R. II., - 2:30 a.rn. 11:00 p. .11.
iil.s. Hirer route, Tueaday
nnd 'KrlJny 6.00 p.m, 7:00 p.m.
HiebeS, Oobeo Island A HanU
fV. 111.., Thursday A Krl
fay ,.; 0:00 p.m. 7:00.m,
Mayfield, lllandrilla and s
Lotelav, Ky ,.... IhWa.m. 4.00 p.m.
a rural Dellrery . 7:30 a.m. .
(Bundaya Siotf a-m.)
oney Order department :00 a.m. 0.(10
Klaler " " " 1:00 t.ra. 6.00p.m.
oney Order nl Resliler department no
Preaching, hebbatb at I0J.J a. ., and r. a,
1'rayer inee tluc, Wednesday 1 7) r. a.
Sunday flclinol, 3 t. m. J, M. Lamden, HupM-
intc.dcnt. Iter. C. It. Foort, Pwter.
METIIoIHST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut fit.
l'rtachlnKi Babbath 10J4 a. m and 7 r. a.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7fr. u.
HurUaj Hohool .3 r. . 1.. W. Htllwetl, Hoper
ll.ekueVnU Her. F. L.Thommub, I'aitor.
CIILKCI1 OK Tlir. ItKt)KKMKIt-(Kpl.copal)
Morning prayers, Habbath W, a. M.
Erenlug pra)cn 7J-i'r.
, Iter. II a. Com, Rector.
fcT. PATRICK'S CIIUKCH-Jor. Ninth ft. and
.'ubllo Sscrrlcr, Sabbath 8; and 10 a. a.
Wipers, 3 r. a.
undaytk'l.ool, 2 r. a.
lerrlce e.ery day, 8 r. x.
Iter. I'.J.O'ItiLLoaax, Frleal.
meeting .world Monday each month at the
I'rajrrr rnoiu of the Prttbytenan Church
IVeekljr Prajrr meeting, Friday, 7J r. a., at
he Prayer room of the Prcabjterian church.
M. Paaioaa, President.
AFRICAN MUTIIODIST-Fuurtreuth, between
Walnut nn 1 Cedar.
Orrici, Babbath, 11 a M
hunday rWiool, 1 r. a.
Ci&.t Jr. n.
BKCOND KllKB-WILLIMPTIST-Fmrenlh Hi.
Preaching, 7 r. a. Iter. Win. Jack-on, Pattor.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Berncei Oabb.th, and 3 r. a.
Iter. N. Itici., Paalor.
f RHE-WILI. I1AITMT 1IOMK Ml.-vilu.i tU.N
It AT UCIIMOL Corner walnut and Cedar Sta.
fcunday School, 3 a. a.
IR3T FItKE HILL BAPTIST CIIUBCII-Cur-ry'a
errlcea, flabbath 11 a. a., r. a. and r. a.
Iter. Wa. KtLLtr, I'alor.
i'lRST MISSIONARY ll.U'H.IT CHUItCH Met
ween loth and 11th utrcMrt, ntarCnlar.
Preachlnf Babbath W,i a. a., and 7J,' r. a.
J'rayer MeetlnB, Wednesday erenlnR.
t'reachlnz, KmUy erenliiK
rabbathiidioul, ', r. N. John Van Ilailer and
Mary fctephem isuperintendrnti.
HF.COND UAPtVrCHURCil-rouiteenth afreet,
letween Cedar and Walnut; Her. Jacob Brad
ley, Elder i the nnly llapti.t Church reooxaited
I y the AMOCietlon. f-ertlcee, fcunday 11 o'clock
e.ni., at 3 p.m. and at 7 p.m.
Jatoa ilaiti.tr. Elder.
T THE 1IASOJ.H.
Onto CoaaiKDiar, No. 1.1. State-I Amnntly
at the Aijlum Muonis Hall, firt and thud.Ba..
urdara Inearh month.
Caiao CorariL, No. 24, Pegular Conrocationat
. atonic Hall, the aecond Friday in each mouth.
Caiao Ciianaa, Su. 71. tenuhr Conrocation
at llaaonic J tall, on the third 1'ueidey of errry
Caiao LoDor. No.i.17 F. A A. M Regular Conu
municationa nt Sla.enle Hall, the avcond J
lounh lontla) ol each month.
Ilitta Ito.M K. a A. M. Regular Com
munication at Ma.onlc Hall nrl and third
Thuradaya in each month.
AltiaXDra 1iNt, 221. Ilnti In OddFellcv'a.
Hll, In Art'r' lluiliinn, every Thuraday eien
ng, at 7o'clojk.
Gorernor, .lahn M. Palmer;
Lieutenant-Governor, John Dougherty)
Secretary ol 8tate, Edward Rummel;
Auditor of State, C. E. I.ipplncolt i
State Treasurer, E. N. Datea i
Surd. Public luatruutlon, NewtnnBateman.
denatora Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
P.epreaentalive for the biate at Large J. L
Repreientallre Thirteenth Dlitrict John M
M KM I) Klt.S GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Benatorn, ll liimrict T. A. E. llolcomb, ol
Union, oudS. K. tillnon.of Oallatin,
RepreaentatiTe, Ut Ol.trlct 11. Wataea Webb
Judge D. J. Hiker, of Alexander.
Proaecuting Attorney J.' F. McCartney, ol
Circuit Clerk Jnn. Q. Itarman.
BhenH-A. H. Irrln.
Wm. Martin, Aareaaor nH Tieaiurer.
Judge F. Ilroas.
Aeior.atea J. ii. McCrite and S. Marclilldon.
Clerk Jac'ih D. Lynch.
Coroner John II. (lostman,
ayor John 51. Lnsden.
l'reajier--J. B. Taylor.
Comptroller K. A. Burnett
Clirk Mlchaol Howley.
ait r.hal Andrew Cain.
AtU rney P. II, Pope.
Police Magutrutoj K, Broia and B. Bhaa
Clue, ol Police L. II. Myera.
ayor John M. Lanndcn,
Flrat Ward-P. O, Sehuh.
Second VFard C. It. Wouuward.
ihlrd Wrd-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-3. StaaU Taylor.
Oltyat-Large-W. P IUIIU y and D. Uurd.
BOARD or ALDKUUKN.
riRar WARU-Jame Brarden
KCONDWAKU-K. II, Cunningham,
, E. lluder,
THIRD WARD Wm. btratton,
OURTB WARD-Jamea Carroll,;
A SENATORIAL S(UAU01iK OVER
iuti iViVIL. SKHVIUK
THE NEW AMNESTY BILLASSED
id xnti uuu;.
WHAT THjJ'LOWER TRIBUnFhAS
TO BAY OA TUB FKKNCII
PIG IRON STILL CONQUER6R-NO
AN AVALANCHE OF
MINOR HILLS IN
Wxuuioroxr February .23
Hill, were introduced by Mr. Rice, nro-
vidlng tlmt ponons held u prlioncr of
wur, or in iiuspiiHi in me lltnu or mi bit
rjuunl tit itautng tlicir coriimiaiionr, slittll
liavo tliuikino (my Rial vinulutnenu as it'
mtutertd nt tliHt'ilalo; by Mr. Porec, for
removing ponucm uiiauillllca irom all
pcnoni ungiigi'd In tlio rebellion, on con
dition tlicv ahull not be enabled to main.
tain any claim or ricbt acalrlfttho United
Stulc, Leforo audi removal of ditabilitiea,
unical lli6 tamo accrued prior to April
11th, 1872, or cubiequent to April lutb,
Mr.Conkling offered the following reso
Itcaolvcd, That the President be request
ed to inform the Senate of the numbor of
recommendations for appointment to or
removal irnm olllce, so !ar at can bo ascer
tained, mado to tbu preietit adminiitrution
by persons now senators from the State of
New York, Missouri, Illinois and Nc-
ornska repectively, giving such parti
culars ns may bo given in regard to rucb
recommendations, and in regard to the
persons whose appointment or removal was
propotid, together with h statement of tbu
number of cane In which action was tukt-n
in accordance with such recommendations
repcctlve!y : of the number of such per
sons to appointed, wboharu been removed,
and also whether any senators bavo solicit
ed npiHiintments or removals in any sense
other than by transmitting papers stating
the character and qualification of appli
cants or tliovi who vouched for the npnll-
cants , and if so, what senators.
.Mr. fanvairu moTOJ to include South Car
Mr. Conkling accepted tho amendment.
Mr. Tipton moved to amend so m to in
clude all the states.
Mr. Conkling said he was willine to vote
for n similar resolution applying to all tho
stater, but he preferred to have this one
pun unchanged, as he desired tbu infor
mation asked for as soon a possible.
Mr. Tipton snid Mr. Conkling seemed to
favor a partial investigation.
Mr. Sumner called attention to tho fnct
that Messrs. Scburz and Trumbull had
just taken tbcirseats. He said tho invest!-
ation must not bo pressed behind the
ack of the senators concerned.
Mr. Conklini; snid ho had noticed
absence of tho senators mentioned;
would be candid and aay tbat it wm
own recommendations no wished to
Mr.Scliurz asked tohavo the resolution
read, as he was absent when it was offered.
The resolution was then again read.
Mr. Trumbull When this matter of re
commendation tootllce was brought to tho
attention of the senate on Friday by the
senator from Indiana (Mr. Morton,) I did
not think proper to reply to bis observa
tions, and when he stated tbat ho had seen
a tabulated statement showing the number
of reccommendations mado by me, I
thought it was a business very much bo
ncnth the senate and beneath any senator
to be prowling about trincto find out
how many recommendations were mado by
mo or by any senator, as if that bad any
thing to do with tho question then beforo
the senate; I shall make no opposition to
this resolution. Let us bavo tho investi
gation and let it go further. I want to
WHO THE 8NSAK8 ARK
who go around to the departments seeking
information of this kind. I want to know
at whose instance it was that tho de
partment official huvo been making out
the tabular statements In reference to ono
of tho members of this body. I want to
know who called for that information and
whether it whs requited in reference to all
tuo senator or only in roiorcncu to one.
Let us seo who tlicno persons are that thus
go prowling among tho departments. Let
us know from tho heads of tha depart
ments tor what purpose this information
was fought, whether for public purposo
or for personal, mean and contemptible
purposes. I u in willing to huvo this rc
soultion pass, but I trust that tho civil ser
vice reform ia not to bo defeated or cor
ruption covered up by
on these who attempted to exposo it. It
is a matter of very little concern to tho
people whether a senator has recommend
ed ono or a thousand men foroflko, but It
is uf gTeat importanco to them to know
whi-ther Improper, dishonest und corrupt
men nro put into office and whether they
are placed there for personal, mercenary
and improper ends. 1 am willing that this
resolution shall pass with tho amendment
I have suggested. If thero is anything to
be made out of it let tho senators from In
diana at.d New York have tho benefit of
it. So far as I urn concerned I say to
those senators, "Lay on, Macduff, nnd
damned be he who first cries, hold,
Mr. Conkling said ho would accept tho
amendment proposed by Mr. Trumbull.
Mr. Morton Tho statement I spoko. of
on Friday was not mado out at my re
quest, and I don't know at whoso request
it wus made, but I bnve seen it. In re
gard to prowling around tho departments,
I have only been in one department since
this session of congress. I don.t go to
tho dcpuitments onco whero I suppose
tho senator (Mr. Trumbull) goes twenty
times ; and so far as sneaks Are
CONCERNED, WHO IS A BKIAX.
Is it the man who comes hero and cast
imputations on senators, impugns their
motives, talks about thoir banging on tho
skirts of power, nnd attempts to make party
capital by charges of that kind, when ho
has been ono of tho most iruportunato seek
ers fcr office, and has urged the appoint
ment of his friends personally and in writ
ing, time and tlmo acaln ? Now. I said
.i 1 sVfcni,UtoJnenU '"'owing that
the senator had made 103 rocommn.la.
tions In writing to this admlnffiTon I
belltYe that iUWment to U true, "id ibat
' It will be vari&Vd undr tho resolution of J
Inquiry of the senator from Ndw York.
I 1HK kali: or ah mm.
( Tho resolution went over at tho expira
tion of thu morning hour, and the Seiiato ; J
relumed tho confttdnratlun uf ih,. r!i.. I I
tlon to Inquire issto tbo alleged saloofarusi
to the FroncB' agents.
Mr. Nyo addressed the wnnto and snitl
that in this debate tho nurnoin nfrleatru.
nig wiej rcpuoncun party Had been openly
avowed. This attack on tnn admlnlitra.
i .1. i i. ....
tion had been arranged by two dlstin-
guianeu senators, anu they Haltered them
selves that between them they1 would be
Mr. Frellnghuyscn said bo was sorry to
seo in mo puuiistica speecn or mo senator
boon silenced In rcferenco to this charge,
inni no nau again repcatcu it.
Mr. Scburz Does the sonator say that
uie charge has ouen atnrovear
Mr. Freliiighuysen 1 certainly say it
an been disproved.
Mr Scburz What charge docs the sen
ator refer to.
Mr. Frellncbuyscn I have stated it.
sir, nnd do not nropoTi? to repeat it.
Mr. Scburz Well. then. sir. I will sav
that in rny opinion no cburge of fraud that
has been niucio hnx been dimuoven. Does
the senator refer to what was culled the
dlscrepeiicy between the war department
and the treasury department uciouni ;
nr. r rcli'ighuyscn i ao.
Mr. Schurz Then I must tell the sena
tor I never mado that charge, and there
fore I did not retract it; and I tell him
that when I afterwards 'poke of tho
of large sums of money, 1 meant nothing
but this: That there "wai a much larger
sum paid by France than was received br
this govsrnmcnt, the commission ol Item
ington being known and inconsiderable in
Jlr. irelingliysen Then the lenator
puts his cbHrcoon b weaker cround than I
supposed; I did notsupposo that lit would
huve taken that horn of tho dilema. I
would have clung to tho other.
After somo further remarks the icnato
CLOSE Si VINCENT,
DEAIiEHS I2T XiI2id.E3
Cement, Plaster Fahis,
PLASTERER'S II A I II,
Corner K!bth Nlrecl find Ohio I.evee
D. Z.MAT1IU8S. e. c. UHL
MATIIUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
So. 04 OHIO I.F.VEK,
i Sulh .(., AIR0.1I.1.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Hucceasore to K. B. Uenilrlcki A Co.,)
Forwai-ding and Commission
ewLILernl Adranres n:r liponssy
Are prepared to receire, atore ant orward
frelghta to all points and ,uj atcl
ell ou comiiiiion.
WBiinlneo Rtteniten to nromptlr
STHATTON & JJIRD.
(Succeasora tofltratton, Hudson i. Clark.)
57 Ohio Lovee, Cairo, Illinois
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON,
(Huoeesaors to JncB. Phllils,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
COR. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1872.
P. G. Sehuh.
-iinS 'tD d
BUTCH El JE&
Eiohtu Strut, Uktwxkn Washington
and Commercial avenues,
Adjoining BlltcnboDBe k Bsusssy'a.
Keep the beat of Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, Bau.ago, etc., and are prepared to serve
eitltens in the most acceptable naaner.
WOOD ! WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
The undermined will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
As Cheap, II not Cheaper
hen any wood dealer In Cairo. Lear orders
n the slates at the Poatofflee an.! at Boas' coal
ard, ob Commercial arenue, between Tenth and
twelfth etreeta. Cairo, Illinois. I aire food
measurx nnd will cord the wood up irdeaire.1.
autlHMI UENNIB MALET.
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. OBESITY CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
All kinds of Binding and Ruling done at Ih
very loweat pricea. Ilaring enraged the serri
cea ut Mr. lluels, who haa had many years
experience In one of beet Hlndoriea of 81. Louis,
to nunerintend this caiablishment, we can con
ti Irutly promise our patrons work equal to thai
of auy Bindery In I he west.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oata, Hay, etc.
AGENTS tor FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ou 10 Leyee, CAIRO, ILLS.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. UALLIDAV, Preelden
flKNRT L. HAI.LIDAY, Vice) tt eat)
A. B. HA F FORD, Cashier 1
WALTER UTSLOP, AsslaUnt Cwhier.
Iriars TAX Lea, ttoaaar H. CiNauaaaa,
jibrbt i.. bilubit. w. r. iiaLLioar.
tlae. U. WiLUasttea, Brtraax llias
A. B. Barroas.
Colsa sua Vssltl Stalca
I Bgts aaMl ISoM.
rEPOflIT8 recelred, aad a general Unklnr
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL BURD, Prealdeat;
ROBERT W. MILLER, Vlce-Presldeat;
C. N. HUOHES, Caahler.
j COLLECTIONS PBOMPTLY MADE
IjirCHANOK, coin, bank Bates and United
U Htalea aeeurtUes bought and told.
'Ureal AUewta sa Tlsssa Dpaa.
Chsurtarad Mssrafc SI, 1MB.
CITY NATIOMAL BANK, CAIRO
A. I. SAPPORD, President;
H. 8. TAYLOR, Vlce-Preaident;
W. UTSLOP, tsecretarr and Treasurer.
P. W. BaacLar.
Part 0. Bears,
W. 1. Uauiaar,
P. M. RrocavLaTH.
R. M. Ci'.xxisaaiM,
J. B. Pautirt.
Bap lul assjrAsssauss(Bfi-e4frssi
Tsa Cassia Vpwssrda.
I MKKKJT vald on depeaita at the rale ol six
A percent, per annum, Uarch 1st and Heptetn
ber 1st. Intereat not withdrawn la lAiimd Imma
diaUly to tha principal of the depoalU, therebr
HARRIED WOMEK AND CHILDREN MAT
0 TBAT SO OXt tUI CAB BBAW IT,
Obcb eterr bualneaa dar from t a.m. in a n.m.
aad Uaturday ereninr lor BAVIN Q DKPOSITS
only, frem to a o'clock,
naotl W. RTSLOP, Treasurer.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Comuercial-RT., Foot of Eleventh-st.
All Coal carefully weighed at tha yard an Fair
TULL WEIOUT WARRANTED.
Coal deltrered on the ahorteat notice la any
part el the cl.y, either by tbe half ton, taa or ear
Leave order at tha effic on Commercial. ar.a
be ffwtof Klereath atreet. nnrlCd.Om.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
OB 10 LEVER
Also, keep constantly an hand a moitjcotn;
plete stook of
AND 1RIIB WHIiKIM
-O I R H,-
Fort, Madarla, Sberry and Catawba Wine
RtiMYTH A CO. sell exclusively far cash, to
which fact they Invite tha especial atten
tion ef close barf am buyers.
Bptwl atUntion $ivtn to Filling Order
. AVOID QUACKBj
A victim of early indiscretion, causinrnerrous
debility, premature decs), ai harlna tried la
vam erery adrertlsed remedy, haa discovers d
simple maaaa et aeU-oara, which he will sead
treatohlsfeUowsuRerers, . M, Reeves, Ma. 71
C. H A N
RENTUCRT JBAXH, EXTRA,
BLACK ALPACAS ,
GilOS 4KAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARI STINC.
Hla BssllrHlockXw' C'loalsssj Out
very low yiovmna.
CORNER 8TU ST., AND COMMERCIALLY,
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cm
caoo, New York, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Paesenfer tralu arrire at and leare Cairo aa f ol
Aanvt ata a.m lioo p.m.
Dariat 4:00 a.m 3i0 a.m.
Doth trains conncet at Centralla with train on the
Pane. Decatur, BloomlnKtcn, El Paio, La flalft,
afeadota, Kreeport, Oalma, Dubuque, and
all points in lllinola, Miaiourl,
xllnnepota, Wliconsin and
Iowa. And with
Lines runnlnx Eat and West tor
St. Louie, Hpringbeld, Louisnlle,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Columbu.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central. Michigan
Hoathern, and Pittaburs, Fort Wayne
and Chicago Railroads tor
Detroit, Clereland, Dunkirk.
Albany, Huston, Philadelphia,
Nlajra Falls, Krle, Buffalo,
hew Tork, Pittaburr, Baltimore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. R.
On and after Monday, April 31th, 1871, trains wil
rua as follows i
TBAINB OOIKO SOTTBEAST.
Leare Virginia 6:40 a.m
" Snnngfleld 9-20 " ,
Arrireat Pana 11:46 m
. 12.3S p.m.
.. 3.00 "
.. 4:36 '
.. 6:17 -
Arrira at Sprlngfleld...il "
leare Bpsingfield K:2
BnainEfie d K:U "
Arrireat Virginia b.25
tbaixs oomo aevTliiasT.
Leare Edgewood o:30 a.m 10:10 a.rn
" Mora... .... s:2 ,.. uno "
Arnre at bhawneetown3:3.1p m ... 6:15 p.m
T bains ooiaa aoarnwEST.
Leare Rhawneetown 6:45 a.m S:!0p.ra
" Flora. 2:&4 " T;U0 "
Arrlre at Edsewood 4:50 8:20
tub o:m a.m. iraia irom hdgewoou, rune only
Mondaya, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 5:45 a.m.
train from Shawneetown on Tueadaya, Thura-
Conaects at Ashland with Jackaonvllle dlrislon
ol Chicago aKd Alton Riilread. for Jackaonvllle,
Peleraburs. Maton Cltr. a nd all tiolnta weat.
At Bprinifleld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, wabash and Weatern Railroad, Inr
Bloom'.ngton, Chicago, and all points north.norlh-
wi kdu wrai
At Tana with Ind. and St. I.oula, and Illinois
Central Railroad for all points eait, south and
Al Edrewood with Chleaao Dlrlaion lllinola
At Flora, with Ohio and Nlfslaalppi Railroad.
AtBhawneetoan, with ateamboaia for Cincin
nati, Paducah, Cairn and St.I.oun.
Joax Fwum, Orn'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag'l.
And Dealer In Foreign and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAKS
97 Ohio Levee,
Betweei. Ninth and Tenth Streets,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
D. REXFORD Proprietor
eosata obio tarsa and sicoas sr.,
Ike Only Firti-Clau Hove in the City
BULLETIN BUILDING, MfASHINGTON-A V
OHIO LEVEE '
Citao, Ills a T
' rnt iii,t
AT IIARCLAtV DRCO STORE.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
all rtiT roa en withoct Taocsia
J-J ELM BOLD g
GRAPE C CATAWBA ) f C ORATE ) PILLS
j CATAWBA hi ORAPE
GRAPE ( CATAWBA ) J ORAPE ) PILLS
AND AL1 or
ritsau ekom riK.iT uands,
Always In atouk lu large supply, and far sale If
orKalabj thpCIaaa Ilollle or Gallon
JbTExtra Fine Coloone;
2TGKNUINE iMl'ORTKD EXTRACTS;
Je9UAIR, TOOTH AND NAIL BRUSHES
India Rubuer Nursert Goo?
b jtv :H,cji.A.ir BBoa.
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Best grades In arge stock and va
riety, rery cheap
Full Line or Colors,
tST AND is oil;
Taint Brushes, Linseed Oil,
Whitewash P.Mshcs Turpentine,
Varnishes Etc. etc.,
AU. BIBBS ARB STABDABD flCALXTIXS
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol erery description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
Furnished on ahurteal notice.
Couimoroial-av, bot, 10th and llth-sts.,
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Cosstsuarrlal Avenitr, cialfe Elllo
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' 'VTIA
.Bade to arder, or Ready-Made.
Has received a full and roBBJ'f ctPV
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mense rarity ol ......
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
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all c-the " to'clll olyiualss tha prleaa, style,
aad a,usllty ot her xooda:
Mra.San4.r, hang sold her property, all
aahe whole It iha goods at asd beJassaoas
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