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"WEDNESDAY, JNUAIlt1'1 7,1809.
rUBMKKBl BY
JOHN It. OJIKRIiY Ac CO.
4
Mi M."MAnnKLL!pASPOCtATK KOITOlC
..Tbe.Ercxixa JIlLLr.rix u puUUheil everv after
noon, l'i Washington Ariiiir, (Democrat HaII), 1
John II. Oberly A Co., for circulation Ivy carriers,
newsmen, and the inaiU.
Tho Kl.t lhi.ir.Tix, a l.irgtvriglit.paga forty vol
timn paper, fs IkmiH 6u Thursday, for! the iiialfr,'
Is for sal oat our counter imd l,v neniMlcalcrr.
I'AII.T Ur.LIVIKIU avoaaitts.
Per week W..,13 ijcuts
DAILY to lti'rRirri; t Mill. '
Slnglo.copy, per year....... -. ,97 00
ingle copy, per nix inonlli..... 3 73
.Single ropy, per three tnoiilln.. oo
wriKtr r nail.
Single copy, one yenr S'4 00
Clubs of ten, one year, each MiWritxr l 7 a
Clubs of Twenty, ono year, eali suboribcr 130
napet'inien ropics funiiidieri rar.r. Addre.
JOHN in OITKULY X CO., Cairo, III.
ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE,
FULLER'S RAILROAD RILL AMKXDED
It rin the Ilnunc liy.53 to,13.
In tho senate on .Monday nothing tr.inspiretl
ofHubl!c inomdnt.
.A Ml tonmend the churtcr of thti Cairo
rorry Vonijinny wns passed with other locnl
measures, wncn tuo iennto cljourneiJ.
In tho house there wm another melted dis
mission over Fuller's rnilrond hill, In which
tnr. UurnctLof Slmwnoetown. took- tinri. sn.
ruring tho ncceptnnpo of sm ntnemimrnt that
in leiwi postpones tho application of the law
to now rnilrond enlcrjirises. e quote from
Mondnv' dispatches :
,:.'r' A)',n,'?ori'' dlKM"lng tho merits of tho
lull, said ho did not wish to resort to unfriend
ly legislation or to hinder the buildinc of
AnIf It at... 4 . I a "r
'"""'i " ngnis 01 mo people must be
preserved. Jlo should, however, move to
triko out tho third Motion, which punUhes a
violation by it forfeiture of tho franchise, rfc
tjarding It unnecessary. Ho wanted to secure
very vote for this hill, which would show the
peoplo that their rights wcro saved, nnd tervc
as n guide, to other legislatures.
This nmcndtnpnt was adopted by veas 70,
navs 3.
M r. Mtiller, of Cook, said "when this matter
was flrst before the Houso ho s aid ho was in
favor of It, on general principles ; hut tho
prc of Chicago without an exception, had
Miokon against It. He also received daily
i-'R" from liis Influential coiutlfucnii, beg
ging htm not to vote for it. Tho constitu
tional I question ho should 1ft alone. Tho
great prosperity of Illinois was tnninlv duo
to our railroad system. Ho did not bellovo
tho roads could carry passengers for threo
cnts a mill', when tho Great Knitern was mi.
alio to do so. 1 he parage of tho hill would
orush out tho projected roails In the otithern
part of Illinois.
31 r. Halley oll'ored an amendment to section
., as follows:
Provided further, that this art shall not be
onstruod, nor Jmve tho il'ect to relene tho
.Illinois Central Railroad Compnnv from tho
payment to tho treasury of tho state of 1111
uois the per centum on tho gross or tonl
proceed", receipts or intomo derived from
Mild Illinois Railroad Company, and grnntel
and (.ttpttlated in the charter" of said com
pany. -Mr. Knlekerboekui. of Cook Countv, was
n favor ol the bill, believing It to bo what
his constituent wanted, hut ho was oppoed
to tho ponding amendment. Hu did not be
Hove that 'tho .'eglshituro could Interfere 'with
n contraot and then declare that thero w
no Interference.
Mr. Jluilysaid ho did not believe tho bill
eould reload tho Illinois Central, but to sntis
fy tho scruple, of Mime jieoplu this amendment
was offered: hi cut u the court should hold
tho law rekased tho Illinois Central, this
proviso would come In play. They could not
nirord to throw away such u revenue. ,
Tho irthrndment was adopted. '
.Mr. Uurnett, of Gallatin, oller'-d the fol
lowing us a sixth section : "This act shall not
apply to any railroad now In process of con
struction, or which shull hereafter bo con
structod, until the expiration of tlvo years uf
tor thirty miles of such railroad shall bo ac
tually constructed so as to penult the running
of cars over tho same, nor slmll this art apply
to any railroad in this Mate not exceeding
thirty miles In length, unlos sueh railroad
shall become eoiitolidated, or from running
connections with some other lino of railroad
This act shall not bo held to npply to any rail
road hereafter to bv constructed if the courts
hold that it cannot all'ect roads now in oiieru
tion. 1
.Mr. IluIIoy moved to ttrlko out tho last
i-lauio, regarding It us unnecetsary and tend
ing to inlluenco the court by indicating u
doubt of the power of the legislature.
.Mr. Kerr, of .Madison, thought tho bill was
pMd only to bring the matter before tho
eourt. He would havo preferred a term of
ton instant! of five year.
.Mr. Mcrrltt, of .Marlon, advocated tho
amwidmont us noeumry for tho protection' of
railroad interots In southern Illinois. Tho
northern part of the state haul leen built up
by generous legl.lutldn, and the same prlvi
logos mu.t bo attended to his constituents
wliloh wero needesl to rievelop thulr mineral
and other roiourues.
.Mr. Jlond, of Cok, thought the member
from tho northern und or the ttuto wero dis
posed to deal fairly with othert. That amend
ment removed one objection ho had to the
bill. He had always tuid these tiuullor roadi
needed some such aid. Tho trouble with the
bill was thut'U lacked discrimination, slnco
they had not the Information to decldo what
was fair for one road and what was fair for
another. He knew tho amendment would
remove tho objection of sovcual mombcri.
Dr. Dinsmoorsald the touthorn road would
have been built if the men there had been na
liberal of money ut t tho north. This bill
must be passed before thu legislature is deliv
ered aver to Vimderbilt and risk. At pres
ent tho assembly was to be trusted, and they
should now past n bill controlling the railroad
corporations.
Mr. Halley withdrew hit motion.
Mr. Gale, of Knox, offered the following as
a substitute lor the lutt clauto of tho amend
ment: "And this act thall not bo constructed
so m to plau. any greater restrictions upon
railroad hereultor constructed than upon
railroads now in existence.''
The amendment to the amendment win
adopted.
Mr. Woodson moved to amend by f trikini;
"iifftve" years and inserting "ten.
.Mr. Halley objected. If more than tlvr
i wr.iim nwaiMi Hi nny case, special leijlslii
tI6n would afford relief. .
Tl,. ...u...l...' .. . .1 ' ' i
!
- iioiiuii urn ameniimoni wns
laid on the talilo. Yeas. 2fl! navs. so: '
not
'iho amemlmwt to the .tmendmunt was
Adpjljod, ad Uutt-mJrBt 14 anntmlqil .was
- 'T'i
SISUsi ' . '
ndoptcd by yeas, 73; nays, 3 Messrs. Dins
moor. (Itinilack and the SDcakcr.
In thls.sbano there was an effort made to
refer tho bill to the juutciary commuicc,
wlilen'fnllrd.) A ftor some further discussion
a cull 6f tho house wns ordcrcdt.and showlnsj
a nuoruni nrcsent a rote was WKcn on tnc
bill resulting. 55 ayes, 20 nays. M
FURNITURE.1!
JOHN HAMILTON,
Dealer In
Vnniltiirp. nnd House Furnishing Goods
rr,.rf. mill Oil Cloths. AVImlow Shnilc
nml Looking Glasses.
No. 101 Com mercial Avknue,
ilerSIilIf CAlllO, llili-
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING
QAllL L. THOMAS,
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PALMEK,
Shor-South-eai rorner of Kiglilli street ami Com
nierdnl ATenue (up tlr),
Cairo, IlllxxoiiB.
lee21tf
WOOD.
"T700DJ
WOOD II
YV
J. W.
T U K E It
Is preiarcd to fitrnUli
Good Hard Wood
At prices nlnrli lcfy eometillon, and uto to
Deliver in nny part of the City,
On the .hnrtetnot). r,
l-rivo order on slates at llnlrn' troerry. lner
Ban feol tore, nnrt W cods and ltoncli Kroter)
l.llf
DENTISTRY.
A.
XJENTTIST,
Consult of 8tii Street and Ohio Let:
All work In thin line executed promptly aod u
.Scientific I'rluclplti,
AND AT JlKAONAni.U KiTliS
.leeJIVAHf
LIQUOR SALOONS.
THE ALI1ATHOSS SALOON and KKS
TAUHANT. 61 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. ILL..
It fnrnlie.l Mitli all kind, of exrellent LIOCOILI.
and Itt taUeii are oltrayt KlUi uritii all the !TOonMo
KUIHLJ nr uie market, jieal.t urn rnriifIieil. on
oHr( at all liotir I'AT. FlTZ'II'IIALD.
iifrsiiitr
QASS
A SSI NO.
Thlt popular plii-'e Ilk U-rome tho re-ort of all lor-
rt of goo.1 ItUI'tt, a none out the bvl
t
Saint XjoulIhs TMCtJx.o
keptdy JOHN t-CHKEI.,
r.iKin street, netween toin. ami an. Avenues,
ilet-iMtf CAIHO. ll.l.I.VOll".
OHN HYLAND'S SALOON
l tepplled with all k!nl of
Su23oiior Xjlcu.cx-sr
IJccr. AI?J !.,
COMJIHltCIAI. AVKNI'K. 1IRH'J:KN NINTH AN'Ii
TKMJI VrilTK'iV.
The thirsty, who lore rood liquors, lion.M sivo him
a rait, ainl lhoe who nli to pint a frncrant elcurenu
too their jritBtt ur.lifvl at M lr. ilmill
HEALTH INSURANCE.
rjHErEOUIA
mutual iu:nkvoli:.t association
Penrln, IIII110U.
Th
7r nml Htt lniiltutl of the. Kind in
I tie ImUd Slate.'
Weeldy ltein tit from i to lrtneo of tieknes.
Ktory nun or KenvtU of Healthy t.Vintltutlon can I
u iiii'IiiInt.
This Int'latiu legally frn-f.r; ratl nmlcr tlie
la 1 Illinois. Kor twrtirnlar nniilv to
-.OUHJIMtllKuT,
Utriitt fieneral Xizt lit ft.r.-Ute ij i ilin-.!.
2 LL'INOIS OENTItA L J A I LKOA D.
Quickest Route fnim f lie Sottf It
TO
St. I.nuN, l.oultvllle, Cincinnati, Chlcnpo,
New Vni k, llonton
MA
all I'oisrs EAsvAxnxoimi.
ritMi;er Im.n- arr.u at and ! Cairo ka follima:
I"II ICnrraa.
.AimiVK-.li.t. A. .si .1,30 V. ,M.
IIKI'.MIT-Jlid 4. .SI 4,00 x, .M.
He-tJi train" i-.niiif i.t (VntmPa with trtn.n the
IVrrtixi. Xsiiio.
At I'aiw. Ih aiur. Illmi'nston, I'J I'..w, l.a -'!',
Mendotx, Kr ont, (iiilt-mi, ImiUioih-,
and all -)ilU In
IIII110U, lotvii, .Mlnurkfitn, .SfUtnurl 11 nil
AVItcoiialii,
AikI with I. lien ii.u.iu,' lUit aud Wot f,r
SI. Louis, Siirliigileld, LoiiNvJIJc, Clnclii.
iiutl, Iiidiiititiiolis und ('(iliiinliu's,
AikI at Cliaro w.tli Mieiifii 'tnl, Mn-hlran
ouUiern. and ' ttflKtii;, Kor Wa)lir atxl
1 1' !U'ir4iU for
MAI" MIA KAI.L-,
lll'NKIHK. HtlfKAI.f).
AI.IJANV, NHW YllltK,
IIOeTO.N I'lTTallUlK;.
I'JIIUDkl.l'IIIA. il.U.Tl"l(! tk,
WA-HINOT-IN (ITV, mil '
All Ioiavt rlin.
Illinois Central IUilr.:i I J)f utA,
IV. ! JOHNSON,'
t'envral 'rt-cinji'r Acf tit, I1iIwia.
v:.'.' 1 v'liTJt 'eru aiixriiitBiiiliii.
J A
janlr.ltf
jLKOTlON NOTICE"
1'iiUlc notl.-;. is herobr rihii tluit there Mill U, a
erat Charter Ueetton held fortlm tiiiriine of elMtiuif
a Maror, tty Cleric, titty Treiirer, City Attorney,
tjity iliir.lial, und uu I'olice Mai.trlt alo, one a
..vnnan for the full trin, nnd 01m alilermuii to till the
riieaney .a.lone. ty the removal of alderman HiirHe,
for tlu. First Ward, two Aldenneii fur the Heroin
nurd. 0110 Alderman fur .iln. Tinr.i u..i . .1
A1''''." ') I?'.'1'' 1'ourtli 1 Ward, of tho i-ity, 01! Tuewhij .
Vl'it ry' ". tlli following nlaeesj I
In the Kirl Ward.ut tlioorlkeof MoKenn4 jure. 1
njjrtlm enteorner of .Sixth nireet and Wa.hingtoii avei !
In the rHMiiml Ward, at the Knaine louoof the
In iho Third W ard, at the offioe of 11. Khannoniy, n,.
lire itiirtrate, eorner of Waihinrtoii ateniio and
Twelfth lieet.
In the Fourth Ward, at tho tJourt Home, on Wash
ington avenue.
The Judges of Kleijtlon pr the mieral wards, oIk
apnoinle ,y ih cltv Couneil for tho enmilnK year,
will meet and lit aa a Hoard of ltfj;ltry, atthniilueea
above necined, on Tuenduy, Kehriiaijr, 'J, wheii and
where leKikter wiIIIh )reiutrti of the oernn entl.
tied to tote l'i the irM-ilte ward of thu uity.
'olli 0111 ut a o'rloitk, a.m. and loe at 6 p.m.
Hy order of tho .Ma) or. JOHN I' f'Ali I N,
Jni City tir rk.
JSAAO WALDKR,
' r-
IVh'.lenalc 1111. 1 Ki'lnil Ik uli-r III
GKXT'S A. Mi HOVS' CLOTH I XV
Ml. I
Otj'M.x'xiisHs'txlia.K GoocIm,
1 1 A TS, J.1 1N, Ac.s &'.
:i
At thoold olaitd,
tinnier ut SI 1. 1 Is atreel 1
illi'llf
id Olllo Levee. .
DRUGS.
gAltCLAY BUOTUERS,
No. It
Ohio liCTtsit
PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
GENUINE
I
Patont:
Ivlodioinos.
A lilt- ASSORTMLT OS
PBRFUIMERiY,
TOILLT ARTICLES
.VXD FANCY GOODS
ESPECIAL ATTEXTIOK PAID TO PBES0BIPTI0N8
n vhUh
A'O.VA' HUT THE PUREST
AND'MOsT CAKEfULLY
Com 11011 udotl Materials arc used.
PUKE WISKS AXD LIULOKS
KOK XCMOAI. UsJ-
Bm-olnyllBrotliora,
No. ? I Olilo I.ever,
.le.21-Uy
CAIUU. 11.1..
GROCERIES.
J.J M. IIl'LKN.
Denier In
STAI'Li: AM) FA.VCV ('HGCKRIKS,
Provlslouw. Produce. Coal Oil. Ac
l.M Commercial Avtnut, Cairo. III.
dii'ildtf
PAINTERS' MATERIAL.
F. I'AiTK Ei:.,
B.
Ilraler 111
WIIITB LEAD, INT AND OILS',
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
Ilnioliea, IVnll Pniier mill 1 Itulosr
Simile.
05 OHIO
Ie-.-lltf
LL I' . E. .......
.CAIRO, ILL
GROCERIES. COMMISSION.
(Vl'RATTON, HUDSON ie CLARK,
i-n, , .,,r to Cnnillnijhani i wtrattin.)
MIIOLMAI.R
d'rncprs nml Commission 3!ciTiiniittf,
NO. 37 Ohio I.ever, Cr.:ro, III.
dil'fc.lif
OYSTERS.
jHKLL OYSTERS. "
LOUIS HEItHKRT,
JSTo. CO sOlxio Xiovoo,,
lt , ive dailv, 1 riJi MnbileMl'H Uysterf, and M-rea
them, m every l li.-m , day and Infill. He
ulo kiMi on haii 1 n line "iPlJ' "t "" 'Jually
Uueka, ri.ar.v 1 1,.. ieue, iim-rul, c, Ae.
di-eJl'w.itf
JALTKYS ' '.
0vltixxxoxo Oyistors,
Itocclvctl Daily.
Kor alo lv
lIciT.'I'OVilf
, I). WILLIAMSON.
Nil. 70 Olllo I.ever.
BUTCHERS.
jRlHACH &. KLINE,
Stall Xo. 7 u Market House,
Kecoiiatantly on hand all kinilk of Froth Meat,
t'aiiaj;e frerliaud mnokeil; JIaiu and llreakfjnt 1U
eon, w hfeli they w ,11 retail at W liulea.il lkt.
iImCIiii
jyj-EAT STOKE.
i:US T IIHUCIIER,
1'KltltV IIOrHReouNKIt COMMKUClAIiAVENUK
AND KKiHTIl HTHF.KT,
Dealt in lberlie,r(.f fteh Meats, Hefi Mutton, I'otk,
do., to bo had fn H murkel. Keeps all kind of
Ijaiue, poultr); l.irakfiit Um'oii. Iianui, shoulders; a
Kood mniply (lf uciaMes ,and many other firtlat
uttli'li a in the pruvmnn iuil family upl'ly line. Ho
rtjjej211lhe''l' ami forethli. CulNmjmnJanft-tf
CARPENTERING. .
maddkn",
JOHN
(.UU'll.Ml.K
AMI HVILDER
XEA Jl TWELFTH STREET,
HKTWKKN I'OI'l.Au STHKKT ANI WASHUNtJTO.N
jresnfl AVK.M'K-
jANTEl"A'uhTrotlloo or tho Cairo Itull.-tin.,
V inerrJianti win, want "till Hrud, 1IIIN of I.udlii
ainlroter prlnltd, Jvjtar, ' r '(
life
S'VJSts AND
SOOTS AND SHOES.
W
M. EULERS,
KAJIIIONAIILB
Boot and "IbLOo '3VIilK.oxr,;
"ActiftrA ,slrief, between 4 WatMngton and
Poplar ilreeU,
(Neatly opposllo tho Court llotme,)
Keeps a s plcnilld stork of tho best tnnlerlal, nnd good
workmen, and can fill orders on ehort notice.
Mendlnc done neatly nnd cheaply, Patronage so
licited. decal'wJtf
, , ... -1 .
AUCTIONEERING.-COMMISSION.
ii'U.bTION AND COMMISSION
J. HOUSE.
105 Commercial Avenue, 10."
CAIRO ILLINOIS
DANIEL IIAIITMA,
Tho only I,lceneil Anetloneer In the city, buys ami
ens on commission an kiiiiis 01
"F,tAXXl.tTXX'0,
And makep prompt rcturua.on all sales.
ilec'JI'MHltr
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
I
TjlOREIGN EXCHANGE FOR SALE, '
In Any Keojiilred Amount, ,
ON , !
XrolAxxsdL,
Sootlnud,
G-ormany
AX
All Places on the Continent,
AT
CITY NATIONAL BANK,
dAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Iertltllm A. II. HAPKOUI), Cahler
JpOR SALE,
.lOIIX W. TUOVEIl 4s. CO.,
IIHOKERS AM EXCIIAX('E DEALERS
Eighth stteet, erond door from Com. A.,
EXCHANGE ON
Ureal llrilalii,
Ireland.
Southern (Jerinnn,
Frnncf,
Swetlen,
Xorthern d'eriiinny,
Xonrny.
Ato, PnM?e Ticket" from
Lit'rjwl, Jsondon, Harrt, Antirtrp, lire mm
and Hamburg, to New Vork,
Or to any point West.
rColleetlon made on any point In Knrope.
il.o2rrjwtf
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC..
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LUMBER.
JIJM HEK.
SAW jriLT oIFe. T. ROSS.
(Xrrner 0 Leree ami Tteeuty-Hcond street.
Lumber of All Kluila 011 llnnil, nml Cut
to Order.
Al.o,
Slnli tVootl 011 Hnntl nml for Sale Inv.
At tho Haw Mill of K. T. JUH8, eirner of Levee and
wcnty.neoinl street. 1 anlsdtf
V-tTILLIAmV. TIIORNTpN,
Wholraale an'l Retail Dealer In
Xj xi. xxx U o X, Sliizxgloa
LATH, TIM HER,
Cedar 1'OkU, Uoiirt, Sm.Ii, llllmU ami AVI 11.
itutv C'laaa.
Ollku 011 Tenth Street,
Jlctween Commercial nn4 Washlogton Avemiesl,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
i 'AntxT roa
Rock River'Paper Campania Sheathing Felt
AND
Q,UA11TZ CKMKNT.
H. W. JoIiu'm, Improved Booflagr
AXP
Aibcatoa Cement always on hand
In large or small miantitic.
dutfcco2r '
pOSTERS,
Of Every Uasc'rlpttoii,
s .1 t . a . . . - mm v.
I'rjntcJ at the.ollKn ofthoJro, Hul'Mla.
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
I). UENDRICK 61 CO.,
PI CiENEUAL AGEXTN,
FohVARDLXQ AND COMMISSION
a an .
W H A It F B 0 A T Pil 0 1 HIET 0 H S,
Cairo, lllliioli.
Prompt attention given to Poniarding nr sale on
consignment!!. Jntill-tf
lTA t. rsnKKii. TOM. II, riiil.t.li'.
JJARKER i!c PHILLIPS,
GENERAL COMMLSSIOX
AM)
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
1X0. 72 OHIO LEVEE.
JVtlpeclal ntlentlon trlten to filling onlera.
ilecSPWdlf ,
JJALLIDAY UROTHERS,
OEVEIt.iTi AGEXTN,
FOinVAHMXO AXII COMMLSSIOX
IVX EROIIANTB
I tl l .f 1'
omoA lei;ee,
0
Oniro, Xlllxxoisss.
il2l'dt
PHYSICIANS.
JRS. SMITH A- GORDON,
PHYSICIAN'S AXD SFRGKOXS,
Ojfiee, eorner tif Eighth ttreet find Oh-) L-
W. It. fMlTH lteirtVnee No. ThlrtntH
letwpen WsAhiDKton and Wa.p' "
J. J. fSOKIiON ItMiarn.-e orNr .Ninth a. I
ttreeli.. in .'1 I f
JJ-EDICAL.
C. Y. Dl.'XXIXG, M. D.
nHiII'K.M.f" Cor. Dili nml Walnut Mrtitt
uKKH.r Cor. nth Strict ami Olilo I.ever.
OFFICII HUtRS-Prosn 9 a.m. to li ,n . and 'r- -i
3 to pin. ir f
VT7ILLIAM Rt'SSKl., M. U."
M German Doctor,)
PJiyalel.tn, Surgeon nnd Arcoiiilier,
So. lit COMMUItrt I. A K.M'K
IW taeen Js1''1' "' N'"Hi
lU.ildtf Cairn, IlllnoU.
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
II ALLEY S C II A R T E R O A K
.STOVE STORE
A.
Co-ijier, Tin itml Slitel Iron
ro23xiitxro shop
No. IOC WASHINGTON A VENL IC,
(Abote the Market Hon.)
Hooting, Onttering. "pontlnj and Meani' .' .
itoue In a neat an
1 miimimhimu nssaner, a ',.rr
tK'e.
'e. il l'f
'S
?A.MEI
TO OHTAIMTOO TO
IH'ERWART, 0RTH CO'S
Ai4 jain-lwe Dm Isskdiag
Stovo oT tlxo W o t
A gool variety of Cookie; ami Heating M. J.
k) on IttHid. .Mm, a eomiSete aworttnent i f
Tlnvvnre, Ilollnsv-AYnrr, tic, Aic
Manufacturer of (iullernigan l IUJlug.
Our motto is (Jnlek S-alea iHiJKmall Prol)t
l)"Sttiifaeti'Q giMrautetNl 111 vtery initan' ' u
dioflHa-lif '
KENTUCKY GOODS.
jV-ENTCCKY GOODS FOR SALE.
The tulwri'ier repwtfully mfunns the 1 .'. r.a r
Cairo and i Itiliy, that ho h.i a utix'k of g.vdi f f t' 0
OwenHborn Wooltii MiIIh manufacture, at llam.iton a
Furniture stre, .'Mivr of atrcet and Ui..n.('
Clal aienue, ronalMlug of
AViilr nml ICarrnvr Jenna, All-Wool Cnssl
iiitrra, l'aitcy I.liiac)', Fin 11 nt-la,
Superior Family IllnnketS,
All-Wool Coverlets, llalmoral Skirts, utvi
Stocking l'arns.
The god$ are made of giMxUVoli nnl of y.i.n
well sooured lieforn weaving.
An onporliimly i now ottered for nil to obtain uhal
irwd they need direet from tho ugiiit. Mtrihar.s
and Me re ho nt Tailoraare invited to examine tio
Uick. It will 1 mid at the lowest wholesale anil re
tall rates. Conic one, come all, and buy good that
can stand the teat.
Wool, or other gool country prodiiro taken In ex
change for good.. JOHN HAMILTON, Agent.
Uec2Idim 0
JK. FROST,
DKALKIt IX
Butter, Lard, Efgrs, Poultry, Game,
--"Frlosss, Oldor,
Can Fruit and Ve);etuble,
Hay and Grain on Commission.
Eighth Street north side) near Ofiio Lectt,
t7ox JBInlo,
J. K. FICOST, AkciU,
No, 73 Olilo I.evce Cniro, 111,.
CHOICE VAHIETIKS OF. SHED POTATOF.S,
As follow 1
The Knrly tlooilrlch,
TltoUnrly Novliiml,
Tliel.ato HurrUon,
Also, ull kinds of Fruit Trees, sueh as
Pencil, Pear, Apple and Cliorrr, '
Ami ft
Ilasiilierry nnrt Strntrberry Plniitu, (Jrn
JanJdtfJ Vlnea, c.
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