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THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH '4, 1SG9.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
OIT1CI U. PAPEIt OF CO LINT V A XI) CITV
'Villi DISPUTED CITY IIOXD.
A writ r in tlio Cairo 'Times' of this morn
ing cutm into tlio ncwapnporial ring, tlirowi
dowi ' ,ntor anil challenge tlio 'Jiullotin'
tUU ' .ibat.. Wo think w recognize in
tl.a hr rM f tliu Disputed IJoiul u gentleman
oftiM. intanco who I thing to all
r..-n ntleinan who can urcopt net of
Oi J hip with the nonchalance of a man who
dc -rvt.i nioro thiiii he i receiving, unil then
r piiy M f friendship with underhand hostility
unl invidious intiotuloos; who has n variety of
,. t ; i on any jjivn subjoet, and can give n
lit;nl (i ninn and a private opinion in direct
c iifli - With each othor; and who i, general
Is, t. ; thow smooth now-you-see-mo and
x'l'.-f-jtj . ln't ort uf mi, whuarftsometimtM
trt.ai -'t;il, but never uwful member of so
t. 'v W htno not sought n conllict with
tv", i tl-uiMTi, hut idmll not shrink from it.
li i-i '. ' miiic tu u whether lie make the
,jVa i. hi- own prwper person, or rushes to
t ,-j ( t vn ith bU democratic body disguised
in t'- ' i. -rial rube of tho radical 'Times.
T. wi.K-rwiT the 'Uulietiii' trat with
t j li t uislderatlon and rospect the action
f in ty authoritie in reference to the five
l.i. --j 1 l.iilar bond issued to the Cairo and
fit, I. railroad company In 1605. This
r!.nv is in orrn-t. The city council in 18C5
mil. r.7. 1 the bond in utlou j and that
Cut: ' a ting In sood faith, composed of
T:.a:n tf ur bot dtissBns, 1 untitled tons
.n:h rtjict a the present liody, which, In
U!) matter, if the statements of tho majority
jf It 't'ombers arooorreot, anted with too much
hurt'- "V don't care a flg for McGinnls, and
wo all' t gives nickel to swurn to him his
.i A haru rwt, e admit, jrivsm to the
a t of thi question suflieWit thought
Ij j ivnodnin eonilstilre. judgment. It i
true wo have liatennd to the legal opinion of
Mr Ilt1' r. the City Attorney, who believe
t'.. ..l i Tnt legally hound to pay tho bond;
l.at Wi have alf heard him lay, In open coun
cil, t'..it In hi opinion, it would cot the city
u g;. 1 i.Ti.'unt ot tiiiiney to defeat tho bond,
t..at I !--nfied tlw eity might be morally
Ix.j'. 1 f the bond, and, that, at all event!,
hath us"'1 l would li bad olicy to go into a
ht.- u:.u tedioui litiution about the matter.
N( v.. it i happen, we have a higher opin
I n c f 'Mr Itutler' private opinion than of
hit legal opinion, and we acted on tlio verbal
-tionit made by him before the council
at i'i - i-t meeting. "n did till tho more
will n(,y becauM we had Invwttlgated the
mattrr urulf, and had formed the opinion
U.at ti.t biid wa Uuel by tlm council in
g'.iod fa. tli for a certain purpose; that the
prctcd of tlni bund had been eiionJi-d ill
-jcj fault, that if the bond hould be paid
Kit'.o.U iitiffatUin the city would only be re
quired t'. pay fS,(K0 of It MX,oO)iubcrip.
t,.n i t'ic Cairo & it. I.oul railroaJ, whilei
on t! th r hand, If the city pnt money and
J f ..ti l the bond, the entire amount of the
ul r- '.i would have to be mid; and that,
c :. i ' U-ly. it wan chtxijxT to pay than
to lh .1 W'k uil hold to till opinion.
- 1 iure we are in an Impregnable
n, and cftaln weak detnagoguei who
I- .v.-rir. :o make capital against u
will l!iii in the viiO that their invotment in
tin ..att- r will pro i to be very unprofitable.
Wo de.iro to ke not mUundertoHl. "While
wc U.iuve the bund bould be paid, and will
Mm end, we do not think the Mciiinni
attai iimetit amount tu much, and It would be
f y. '! Wi'illd 1m a r.-imy gaint theinterett
uft y. tu allow Mr. MvClnnU to take
iuJ' i ' t by default, promptly, the city
c j .1 i nbould take action in the matter.
He t l lbolibiiei; iuiiftivity n orimo.
V n 't li.w how the bond got to "ew
orK, dv not ka tout 'itvb-ily threatened
t Mn, and that tli.- uit Uuuld be rommeiii'cd
acre, uri not know whom device it win to at
tain the irittreji lund; Icit wo do know that
Cjol-hc'iidod litizeai, who ar conversant with
all tho fart about the Ixmd, believe it tmuld
he paid, and thut our CityAttoruuy, who ought
ta lu jxi-l -J. ha averted, ill open council,
that the city would loe more by refuing to
nay the claim than by paying it, and wlth'thU
knowlpdue we till maintain that the bond
ought to be settled. Hut, ill the meantime, let
the attaihliieut illit of 31 r. AlcOinnii bu
looked after; and, by all means, lot those In
truded with tho government of the city
guard agaliiot tho folly of allowing Mr. Mc
linnN to take, without qucitlon, allliu wnnts,
Disriimurm.v of xatioxal cuii.
"SVc uro somewhat urpr!cd thnt our radi
cal b'uiilaturo jltoti Id complain of any hard
ship whilu tho fact remain that New Kng
laud is MitUHcd, lint thuru are complainti
on tho acorn oftliounotiual distribution of tho
national currency, and tho Illinois legislature
has fnnctlonod th in, even nt tho risk of a box
on tlio ear from ov Knghuul. Tlio follow
ing re lutions introduced by Mr. l'arkor, on
tho M in-t ., went actually agreed to:
A"li"rca, Hy tho report of tho treasurer of
tm. l uit.-d State, it appears that the Now
Kn -;laud bank' have twunty-llvo dollar of
Jiationai buuh ciiculatioii for every citizen of
th' sn state. while ill the southern and west
ern tale, tlio average national bank circula
tion i from three dollar down n low as ton
cr-nt- iier caidta : and
Whereas, There exists no reason for this
un' ;iial (Utributiou of public patronagoj
lti'-o!ved hy tlio hoiuo of rojireecntatives,
ibc sonato concurring therein, That our sonu
t"rs in eongro are ' hereby instructed, and
our representatives ruiiieied, to do all in
tliciv power to necuro njiut ami equal distri
bution i f the nutloiml bunking currency, giv
ini ? each tute that proportion of taid cur
nncy to whieli sho in untitled according to
,l pul. l.i'll- '
It-solved. Tlmt tlie-trovcrnor be, and ho U
lieril'i ''i-leil to forward a cqiy oftliese
re- md pr aiiild to eaclt of'onr k1iu-
t 'r. nn I -ejireefitutive. hi t"iigrc.
SLOAN A XI) llAh'KllTJlli JUDICIAL
.On tho nth iint., next Tucday the peo
ple of thU Judicial district will bo called upon
to elect a judge to fill tho Hon. John Olnny'fi
vacancy. Tho candidate, arc Judge Sloan,
of l'opo county, and David J. linker, of thU
The election 1 ono of conlderatdo cone
quence to the people, as upon the capacity of
the judge joloctod, doponds tho olllciont admin
istration of tho law. Of Judgo Sloan's lltncs
no resident of tho circuit 1 in doubt. lie has
bcn tried, and not found wanting. .Educa
ted a a lawyer, ripened by age and much ex
perience at tho bar and upon the bunch, lit
qualification! are of a superior ordor, while
liii honety and integrity a a man, stand un
quottiontd mid entirely unquestionable. Mr.
Sloan U a ilemocrat, but hai never actively
particijMited in jiolitical brawl and conflicts.
He concede to every man the right to think
and vote as he pleate, and in all tho transac
tions of hiii butlno, professional or odlclal
has known no difference between radicals and
democrats. Mr. ISakor Is a radical, in full
ympathy and fellowship with his party, and
is aspiring as a politician. He i a lawyer of
fair nbilitk-j, to mid; but will bring no expe
rience to lit aid If he should be elected. If
tho bar of Aleiandcr county wero all stran
gers, and as tuch should be arrayed before the
voters of tho circuit as th number from which
a judge had to be selected, Mr. linker, moit
likely, would be the lait man thought of In
that connection. Ill youthful appearance,
his good-looking, smooth and pleasant face,
his riithor rolieksome and boyish wavf, would
seem to out of harmony with one's conception
of a true judge, thut lie would be adjudged
a humorist on the score of his uno-rmly aspi
rations. While linker would thus be passed
by, Judge Sloan would be unanimously and
unhesitatingly settled upon as the first choice,
his gray hair, dignified bearing, and intelli
gent countenance, answering most fully and
satisfactorily tho conceived prerequites to a
tlrst class judge.
It was not, however, u much our purpose
at tho (iruet, to contrast the two candidates
as to urge upon our readers the necessity of a
general turn out and a' full votu on the day
of the election. Kvcry man is interested, and .
.i ii . .i . it. .i . . . . ...) t . i
nouiu go lo I ne pons hiiu voic ncmruiug m
tho honest dictates of hi conscience. If he
conscientiously believes that Ilaker i bct
qualiHed for the position, has the legal learn
ing, the age and experience that Insure effi
ciency in tho administration of the law, he
owo It as a duty to himclf and the public to
vote for Ilaker. If, however, hebelieves that
Jtidgejsloun is tho superior man in these par
ticular, that the dignity and reliability of tho
court will be best maintained by hi olection,
then Sloan, and not linker, should bo voted
If there I, a full turnout of the voters there
will be a gracious submission to the expressed
will of the majority. All good cltlr.om have
a high respect for that will, receiving it us an
axiomatic fact, that the ptople are alwuy
right, and, like the king, "can do no wrong. "
To-day Andy "abdicates." Having de
voted four year to a tight with the men who
elevated him to tho presidency, ho now re
turns to tho people upon whom ho turned hii
back, as the be.t friends left to hlni. That
hi administration ha been brilliant and suc
cessful, no man can ay. Right, in his eon
tvU with tho radical congress, the people
failed to strengthen his arms, bscaue he
.failed to lioldly assert and maintain the right.
Snubbed, insulted, abused, shorn of nearly
all the powers and privilege that belong to
his hiijh otlicc, ho simply mitt'ored and en
dured, failing to raise a hand to ward otT a
Firm resistance to radical aggression, the
demand of an eye for an eye and a tooth for a
tooth, would have placed Andrew Johnson
high In the affections and admiration of the
people. Hut tamely submitting to . the In
suits, rebuffs, taunt and tyrranfe of a sepa
rate and co-ordinate branch of government,
until he, as the executive, became a notorl
ou non-rosUtant, tho people thanked him for
proclaiming tho right, but blamod him for
failing to maintain it. Congrcs ilnally de
sisted bei-ause it held him in contempt, it
had crowded him to the wall, and there as
saulted him. llutraying tho qualities of the
cur at this extreme, ho lost the friendship of
thousands, who, although indorsing him as
right in sentiment, could not suppress their
Indignation at hi cowardice.
He ruturns to TonnoJi)o, where, wo hope,
ho will prosent a bolder front to radicalism.
Ho has tho affections of that people, and win,
if ho will, light their battles successfully.
Let hlni throw off the Intimidation thut tied
his hands as tho nation's executive, and, for
tlio people of Tonno-sssjo, "go in to win."
"An unsexed Chicago utumpvss' hasjiut
lectured the people of Madison, Wisconsin,
on tho subject of women' rights. Shu asserts
thrft tho future tranquillity and safety of the
country depend upon the onfranehis. -1110111 of
tho wolnon. Tjliolr votes, she aim, tiro needed
1 . ..It'.... .?!... !..llf..l ,1 I lllt!ll IlllPillUi
10 onset iiiiuu ui wo lu.t.iiv
who crowd ourshorus from Kurope.
Kvory word of iibum that is hcapod upu
our foreign born citUon, oolite from tho lip
of radical or thoso who arc heart and soul in
sympathy with tliom. Yet, by the Herman
oleiiiont of hoeiety, is the power of that party
perpotuatud, When the. flonmins of tho
country open tholr eye to tho mischief that
is brewin;: against thorn in tln lrown political
household, they will renew their !illea'ianco to
that party that has ever bno;i the tlrm I'riuud
of tho foreigner, and then tho .u.i of radical
ism will go down forever.
When tho r-..n nii'l tiw.k are all enitoil,
Ami the school for the day i linm-J,
Ami the little ones Bather aroliml mo.
Tu tiflMd tn iriiipj mxlit aul t! Uip(n ;
Oh, the IKtlc white arms that enelreln
My nik 111 u (vti'lvr emhrace I
l)h, tfiPonnlcH tJ1.1t nre hulos of ln-men,
MlieiMiiig fninnhine of love In ;ny f.icc.
Ami when tli-v mp Kor.e I sit ilieaminif
Of tny chihlliixxl tim jurnly lulut;
Of.ov.tlt mv honrt will remeinW,
When It uk'ws to tlio jhU i Ui past,
I5rn th urll anl its wi-k1fiMs made tne
A pnrtaeriif sorrow anil sin;
When tin, plory nf (! wis Hhont me,
Ant tho glory nf (ImliieK within.
Oh, my heart n,rrx weak us n wohisb'i',
Ami the fountains of feeling will d
Wlin I think of the inllis steep nmlntwv,
Where the fn-t of the ilmr omi tnut ;
Of tins mountain of nin hauglng o'rthui,
Of the t-in tof I'ute hluiVlriK wIM ;
Oh ! there1 nothing wl earth hulf so holy
As the iiihbceiit hcurt of a ehlH !
Thor ant idols of heMru and of lioaselielils ;
Tliuyre nueof iiol In dsSKntoe j
lllsMinlii-ht otill fcli-.-jn In their trsM,
illx ilory still Rl'tims in tlenr ei;
Oh I those truants- from homo ami from heaven,
They hav u i-1.- ine more iiainly and inUd 1
And 1 know how .lemis would llfcen
The Kingdom of ihI to u i liiM.
I ask not a Utv for the Uiwr ones,
All rivllfint, us others liiivnilonx,
Hut tlutllfc may have Just rnmih MiaiJnw
To Irtnportho nliire of the sun ;
I would pnsy 'io( to jruonl them from evil,
llutmytiray..r would louml Iwk te myself if
All I ascraph may eray for n "Inner,
But a iimer must pray for liuimlf.
The twig fo fnsily bended,
I have Iwnnhed the rule Olid the rod f
I hare tuiiifht them thu uoodiitsi ef hnwnletlse,
They havo Uuht me the guodne of fiod ;
My linttls itdiiuk'eou of daiknius,
Whro I shut thciii from lirealilB? a rule j
My frown is u!!.ieut correction.
My love i the lair of the sehool.
1 shall Ifivr the old house In the autumn,
To trai-r Its threshold no inftrej
Ah! how I shull sis;li for the desrones,
Tht m-t utv 1'iih morn at the tlwr '.
I shall ml the "unix nlKhts" and th Ule,
And the nnh of their innocent xl",
The Kroup on the Kteea, net the onwer
That re brought evt-ry morning u tn.
I shall mis th.-iii nt morn and at uvrnliix,
Their sn: m the ivhwd and theatre-! ;
I shall uiUs the low bum of their volec,
And the tnmipof Ihetr dt-lleate fcot. " "
WhMi the looaons and tasks are all vnded,
AnddaUi )., the ssthool ltdlsnitesi-al:"
Msy t)m Itfilt ones Kathrr around me.
To Iwt iu pinxi mtiht and Ix-kivsml.
MO VXD Viri'XA VAL.STAT10X.
From Monday's legislative proceeding wo
clip tho following preamble-and resolution'
introduced by the Hon. X. It. Casey:
"Whereas, The late war has demonstrated
the importance of a tiavul depot upon cno of
th bank of th- great river of tho west,
which should bo free from all danger of attaek
from abroad, and at tho amo time in close
proximity to all material necessarv for naval
"Whereas, Kxperiencohai shown that Mound
City is eminently Cvt.J for a naval station, bv
reason of its ge ographical contral position,
and by reiison of ' being located near to and
closely turroundeu by tho hemp gnsv.ing and
Iron prodiiclng'sectiori of tho countrv, and
by reason of iu mild uiid healthful climate;
Itesolvvd by the houso of representative, '
thu sonide concurring therein, That our sen
ator be instructed, and our representatives in
congress be requested, tocouroan appropria
tion for the naval station at Mound City mill
cicnt for tlm ostablishmant of necesary rope
walk and foutidries.
l'.esolved, That the governor be requested
te cause copies of this preamble and resolution
to be forwarded to our senators and represen
tatives in eongrs as early as practicable.
On .Mr. Casey's . motion the resolutions
We heartily indorse those resolutions, mid
shMl be pleased to see them favorably acted
upon by congress. The facts set forth are un
questionable, and (considering Cairo and
Mound City as one and the same locality,) no
other point presents like advantage unlets
coupled with disadvantages that impair or de
stroy their forfe.
John Ericson, thu celubratod inventor, diod
iu lUchland, New York, last Friday, of hy
drophobia, produced by thu bite of a dog, in
flicted a month or so previous. Ho wn the
builder of tho tlrst "Monitor" an ironclad
that undoubtedly prevented the bombard
ment of the national capital by it gullulit
contest with tho rebel ram Morritnac. At
the time of hi death he was sixty-six years of
XEWS ITEMS. .
Voloclpedes for funeral are a failure.
Croquet ha broke out at Now Orlean.s.
The bet bu.iiioss to look nftur your own.
Exploration for Iron are buing made, near
People In somo uf the country towns tiro
.already 111 ranging for May IayFostivals.
Tallahassee, J'loridu, sants a toinpuranco
.society mid an eating saloon without 11 bar
attached. . ,
The must popular barber in Lansing, Mich,
igaii, is it girl fourteen years old.
Lexington Kentuoky, has olglit faro banks
in operation. . '
Cleveland Ohio, has twolvo ohurulios uu one
Dlvoroo bill uro tlie ordur of tho 'dav in
thn Duluwuro luislaturo,
A pink in the left button-hole f uurroct.
Virginia has 010,000 aero of oyater beds.
North Carolina is oxMrting trails f shad,
Nu)oltMiu's eyes rosuiuble u docoasad mac);
urol's. Fanny Komblu rides hursub.usk astridu tho
A Tmines'uo lady rcceivod an accej ,bla
valuntina cont lining 11 $1,01)1 bond.
(Juuun VIn orl.; Hint month will hold a
court In lion ton, mid luvees and drawing
roonij will follow,
A statistical connoisseur calculates thatono
woman out of ninety-five, in Xew York, can
justly bo called pretty.
Mary K. 1'. L. Magoon, of North Knglish,
Iowa County, Iowat udvortIos horself as an
"Attorneycss at Law."
Hen Itutlcr's .social untartniumcnt ut hi
mansion in Washington aru very luxurious,
but the gnosis are nuspoctcd of something if
they look scrutinizingly at tho sjwoui.
President Johnson has accepted a frco pa.
sigo tendered him by ono of tho German lino
of steamers from Now York to Kurope. He
will loavo for it Continental trip early In
A sensntion preacher lins nrison nt Vionnti.
He is a Jesuit and ti Count, and tho highest
nobility of Vienna, including tin) Archduch
ess Sophia, the Emperor's, mother, regularly
attend his preachings,
l'aris letter says of the I'rince Imperial :
Tho greatest caro is taken with him, he rides
on horseback dally, he is sent to St. Cloud
uvory evening for air and exercise, yet ho
looks like a shoemaker's consumptive appren
tice." Boring in thoartcsaln well near St. I.oul
has reached the depth of upward of three
quarters of a mile. At this point the borors
havo struck granite wltli, no prospect of
water. ork on the well will now cease.
An asylum forcats has been established
in a square near l'ogsnt'.s Park, Loudon. It
Is a sin. 11 house of two stories, with a largo
garden attached, whero tho numerous cats
have their sports and paitlme. The a-yhuii
is conducted by a matron, an assistant and a
ToL, I,. L.tflitner, and nil of hi rs wlmm (tinny con
cern 1 i
Take notice, that on the iTlfi day of June, A. I. WiT,
nt a sale ot lan. Is and town and city lots for the Male
nndenunty taxen duo and unjuid. with costs, thureon,
for the year A. I. lMV, held In pursuant c of law, at tho
court houso in the city of Cairo. Alexander county,
bttt of Illinois, I purchased the following teal estate,
to-wit 1 The Miiitlihalf of the northeast quarter of see.
tlon number eighteen lis), in township number four
tren (Ui south, an 1 n r.mi iwm'ier three (3) west of
the third princilMd meridian, eontauuni.'eli;lity aires,
in tl.r .i.ly of AU-xunUi-r and Mate of lilinuis, and
thatthe tune for the redemption thereof from said sale
will explrn with theZ?ihd.iy of June. A. 0. ln.9,
i mrJ13w I.oUl3JOlUiK.N-sr.N I'uruhasor.
,10k EVEKYTIIINO in
TI1E BOOK XjXZsTZJ
No. 100 CfcHMIECUL AVIM't.
DRY GOODS, ETC
Wholesale and 1'eta.l Dealer ui
l-'ancy nitil Miljlle
jz jel GOODS
HOOTS ANJI SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
j Uruts' Furnishing (inoiU,
LADIKS D II ESS (JOODS, SHAWLS,
lthiukutH, G'uks injur Of and Joanst
llest Cullcor lir.
Del. allies MOe.
Heavy llrovsn l)oiuestl-... I7e.
Ilnitp Skirls - 50e.
500 tit-nt's lints nt ... 7.1r. rnrli
.1 Splemliil Lin, ui
WHITE (JOODS AND IlSK.uOlDKlMES
1 . 1 X .
lluyer will ilu well tuetill utnl mite my Moult
lfre psirehssjnK i-jsewliere.
U. II. CI'NNI.N'
No. lit) 1
iii: vm:i; in
HiiltiT, Lnnl, Egtrs, Pn
Can E'rnii ami V
lluy mill Ci'iiln on Co.
Eighth Street (north Mr) 1,
27' ox- S3itl
.1. It. TKOST,
No. 7:i Ohio J.i vee
uii'iri: v.utii'.Tir.s orM:i
A fill low):
The Km-)- (iooilrli-h,
'I'll 11 Kui-ly Netvlnnil,
The l.nte lliiri l.on,
Alo, all hinilsnf KruitTi'i-es, mi
Pencil, Pear, Apple .
lUijibnry anil Ktniwhri i
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PUJ1E DKUOS AND CHEMICALS,
I ILL ASalltrTMLMT ur
P 35 :R TP TJ M ERY,
A X 1) F A X C V GOODS.
E3PE0IAL' ATTENTION PAID TO PRES0BIPTIOK3
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In which , 'I
- "XOXE HUT THE PUREST
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A.VU-MO.iT OA.KKPULLY. (l l
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rum: WIXKS AX1 I.KIUOKS
KOIl MEDICAL tK.
No. 7 I Ohio l.rvrr.
riAlltO 1IK0UM MANUl'ACTUUY.
w. r. svurx k ihiothki:,
JIai lav perfet-ti'd their arnumsnieut ft.r the iiiauufj-1
tnreni iWiiiis in Hi - . 'ty , are now prsspsmt to rill
order ut n'
As tl.e.iiiKi)Hji:tf'f Iwivsm.i-aii l- pun-liied any
Order left at thei.-re TU. V. w iiiimnsan, ,c Ulr
Manufactory, I-'ourt ren t Ii treet, brttvrrM
VVulinil 11 ml Ceitur,
Will be promptly attended to.
Orders bj mail should la iuldresU,
W. 1". M'KKK A llltO..
i. 0. not i3i,
BILLIARDS, LIQUORS, ETC.
UN KLOWEK HlLLlAUl) SALOON
Is furnished wllli the latest styles of Tables, nnd th
twr stipplnnl with lhoinle.ut'lIeut liquors.
Is prea I wiery da) at a.m. and t'i p.m. dtvJItf
YyALKEK i SISSON'S
Ill I 1.1 A III) 11 ALL AND S.VL00X
OX3 Ollio Xiovoo,
NKXT DOOK TO rillT N TIDNAI. IIANiT,
Is now In full blast, and 1. the f
Of all aell-retflll.ited hlllliildinii., and eol jllUK" tit
oseellent la erases; and e .-rylKaly know
and iki) the Hull is
Thu Only Flr.st-C'lr..-.s Hilliurd mid Drinking
S11I0011 in this Cily.
Are kepi III piiel nr li-r, Mill l re ..f tltss nMt "'jjl1
Aru lvr) at h.iii l 'he tsrtWr III
gntwU, KU'I v
l-'ur thiiK,eiUiinil,,,tl'n ',,:itl l'-r uf tlia "titukal."
Is Uountifully aupt'Hed wilh
All Kinds of Uqiior.s,
served "Miwk'iI." "r eompoun.leil m'o iiHMtdflivious
3VCi2Cocl X3 i' i 11. Is. ,
I h experts, Vkhns.- . -.ruceiu Hi" husnness ius
' pfjeed theia Hii unj 1. . t of li.eir piufevuutl ill llu
' i-oimti, dcVs'Vlli