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THE (JA1K0 DAILY BULLETIN, SAUTRDAY, NOVEMBEK. 15, u7B
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
Ohbkmvbr'sOpfickOaiko, Jilt., J
Novcmbor 12, 10:11 p.w.i J
Barometer, 20:S5 degroes.
Thermometer, 60 degrees.
Wlfc-i west. Velocity 30 mile jar
Maximum temperature lor luit 21 liouri,
Minimum temperature lor tbe laitUl hours,
Prevailing wind for last 21 houri, north
west. Total number or milt traveled by wind
during last 21 liouri, 105.
Obicrver Slenal Service. U. S. A.
NEW YOllK STOitE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOIIT T All STY STOCK IN THU OITT
GOODS BOLD VEUYOLOBE.
Corsser of aiaettxath Mrnct susd Com
0. O. PAT1KU
FORWARDING ani COMMISSION
tl ' II A ft TN.
DEALERS IK PI OUR;
4 i-l of
tlJIO KIVKH AMI RAVKYtUA
BAtA ROMP A.XsTTIJS.
7li Ohio liKVKK,
1). AYBKfl. li. J. AYEK3.
AVERS A CO..
F L O TJ
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 omo Lxym, Cairo, III.
K. J. OUNDIFF,
0 E N K U A L 1 it 0 I) U U E
A X I)
No. 17 Eiciuth St.,
G. 1). WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
So. 70 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
tSTSpcclal attention given to consign
ments and tilling order. 11-2 tt
SAMUEL 1 WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Offlco over First National bank. 3-153m
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OWccovor First National bank. 8-llUlm
John II. Mulkoy. Willam U. Mulkey
MULKEV & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Offlco; Eighth atroet, between Commcr
clal and Washington avenues.
GREEN & GILBERT,
OOUN8ELORB AT LAW,
William H.Oroen, 1
William II Gilbert, V OaMO, ILUNOIB,
Miles F.OIIksrt, J
rHpoml attention given le Admiralty and
of o onio Liria, boomb T ad 8 ovi
OITT WATJOHAL BAWK.
P. W. STRAUTZ,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cor. 8U St. and Commercial Ave.
Bootiand Shoes made to order, and lu
tbilaltlt 9ad most fuhlonibie styles.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
SiiEnirr Iryin it In St. Loult on busi
ncii, Mk. K. 0. Uul li visiting bit frletds at
Oo to Hallcy's for tbu llurnctt iteam
baking Voisol. tl-C-lm
Hon. D. W. Mu.nn will leave soon for
Oo to Halluy's for good bargains in
cooking and beating stovct. 11-C-lm
Hon. Isaac Clkmf.nts, our representa
tive in thu national congrcts, was in the
All kinds of gatno constantly on band
At Harry Walker's, Cotnraorclnl avonuo
botween Sovontb and Eighth streets.
It Is said tho Mount Carbon, Jackion
county, coal mines art not doing well, and
that two hundred miners have had to go
eliewhero to seek employment.
Juioe Unota, Mr. Oberly and several
other OJd-Pollows attended tbo dedica
tion of tbe Odd-Kollow's now hall, at
Dongola, which took jilnco last night.
Hallky keeps tho celebrated "Fash
ion,'' tho "Monitor," tho "Lady Oay," the
"Alaskl, " and numerous other good cook
stoves; and all stylos of boating stoves,
which ho offers low for cash.
Matuuhi A Uiil havo romored their
oil! co from tho tint to tho second lloor of
tho building occupied by thorn. They
now havo ono of tho plciantoit business
oCices in tbo city.
Mk. C. W. Whkklkk, dealor In wood
and coal, has on hand a largo supply of
tho best llig Muddy coal, which will bo
delivered to ordor in any part of tbe city.
We aro Indebted to Mr. S. Patterson,
dealor in meats, sausages, eggs, vegeta
bles, etc, corner of Ninth and Walnut
streets, for a supply of sauugo, which, af
tor a trial, wo aro prepared to pronounce
tbe beet we have tasted for a leng time.
Lovers of sausago will do well to givo
him u trial.
Notice is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tbe em
ployes of Tuie Caiho Bulletin, either
or themselves or for tbo use of tho office
unless tbo nmo am furnished on an order
tlgnud by Mr. Hurnott or myself.
l'J-20-ly Jon II. Oiiehlt.
It is rumored that tbe Illinois Central)
in cobjunclion with tho Mississippi Cen
tral railroad, contemplate tbe erection of
a mammoth eating bouie, on tho ground
of tbo former company in this city. It
is laid thu new building will bo of bugb
proportion und locritod Id Oiq -vtctuHy
of Twentieth street.
ft. jtiiiu) M4.ivMtoia noot andtnoo
maker. Cork solos, Scotch bottom;, and
tbo latest improvements in tbo lino vf bis
business. Only tho best ana most com
petent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to be flrstclass In every respect.
Shop on Commercial avonue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
Tun alarm of llro yesterday morning
was occasioned by tiro being discovered
in tho roof of Antrim's tailor shop. Tho
tiro companies were slow to reach tbo
spot, but when they did arrive, made sbort
work of tbo flro. Tbe roof of tho build
ing was entirely distroyed, and tho room
doluged with water, but tho damigo to
stock was trilling, nearly all of it having
been removed In good tmio.
A New ExTEP.rniBB. Dr. 1$. F. Field
will run a lino of hacks botween Cairo
and tbe terminus of tbe Cairo, Arkansas
A Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. m., and
and 2 J o'clock, p. m., making close con
nection with tbo trains on that road.
Ordors for panongers or baggago should
bo lett at Field's stable, on 10th street.
Attention is culled to tbo card of 0.
W. Wheolcr, Uoalor In wood and coal,
which will bo found under tho head of
now advertisements in this morning's
Uullktin. Uo is proparud to furnish
any quantity or quality of wood or coal
dosired on short notico and at reuionablo
rates. His ollico and yard is located on
Tenth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, whero orders should
Tho barber shop is on tho corner ot
Eighth street und Commercial avonuo
whom J.lnnrgu Sticnhounn with his gen
tlomenly assistants can be found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to sootho
your feolings with n smooth shave, or cool
your temper and hoad with a good sham
poo. It is a tlrst-class shop, and you aro
suro of receiving ilrtt-class troatment.
Ladles' and cbildron't hair cut or curled
after tho most approved styles. 8-16. tf
Tub improvomonts now being made on
tho premises of tbo Illinois Central in
this city givos employment to about ono
hundrod and fifty mon, besidos fifty men
engaged in quarrying slono at Makanda
station, tho stono to bo used for ballasting
tho track uf tho incline plain
and for tho foundation of a num
bor of new buildings soon to
bo commoncod, Mr. Dennis Cody ba
cbargo of nor.rly all tbo mon at this
A serious smash up occurrod on tho
Mobilo and Ohio railroad yestorday morn
ing. Shortly after tbo morning passengor
train loft Columbus, it run on to a brokon
rail throwing tbo baggage and smoking
cars oil' tbo track and wrecking them com
pletely. Tho baggago car was teloscoped
and maihod into splinters. Tho ongino
and tender ahead and two slooplng cars
in tho rear was not oven thrown from
tho track, At tho tlino of tho accldont
there wai sovoral porsons in tho baggago
car and quito a number in the smoking
Gr, but itrango to say, nono of them
wero injured, except one gentleman who
had one of hit little fingers maihod.
The Odd-Follows of this city bad a
goneral good tlmo at tbo lodgo room on
Thursday evening. After tbe transac
tion of regular business tho doors of tho
hall wore thrown opon, and a numbor of
visitors In waiting weto Invited to par
ticipate in tbo proceedings to follow.
During tho oveuing ex-Orand
Master liross was presented with
a beautiful and costly regalia.
Mr. Oborly made tho presenta
tion remarks. Mr. A. li, Satlord alio
presented to the lodge a largo sized pho
tograph ot tbu members of tho last grand
lodgo of tbo state taken in a group. A
voto of thanks was extended Mr. Sailor J
for this handsomo gift. All othor busi
ness being dlsponsed with, tbe hall was
cloarcd and thoso who dosirod engaged in
dancing, which was kept up until botween
twelve and ono o'clock, when tbo company
I'm: Ualosburg 'Register and Repub
lican' of Saturday, Novomter 1st, con
tains tho following :
Miss Hollo Fosgatp, daughter of tho
lato Mr. Ulanchard Fosgate, whole death
and burial occurred this weok, also died
yettordoy and will bo burled from tbe
"First Church" at 3 o'clock to-morrow af
ternoon. It will bo romombercd that a
son of Mr. Fosgato a young man, also
died only a few weeks ago. The death of
Mr. Fosgato and Miss Fosgato aro attrib
uted principally to oxcceslve g'iof, and
aro theroforo particularly sad. Mrs. Fos
gato, two sons and a daughter aro now all
of tbo family that remain.
Mr. Dlanchard Fosgate was a brother
of Mrs. Louis Jorgenion of this city.
Mils Hello Poigato, tho young lady whoio
death is announcod in tho above para
graph, spent a portion ofjlast winter in
this city, and was well-known to many of
our young pooplo. Tho circumstances sur
rounding tho death of Miss Fosgato aro
peculiarly sad, and will cause regret in
tho heart of every ono who know her,
auit departures for the St hours ending at 0
p. in. last evening :
Jam Fiik 1'aducab
Laura L Davit St. Louis
Emma C Elliott .Memphis
Orand lower ht. Louis
Lady Loo St. Louis
Jus FisU, Jr l'uducah
John Oilinoro St. Louis
City of Helena Vicksburg
J I) l'arkor Cincinnati
Laura L Davis Cincinnati
Emma C Elliott St. Louis
Sam Roberts St. Louis
Grand Towor Memphis
Lady Leo Red river
Tbo OhU river declined eleven inches
in the 1!1 hours ending at 0 o'clock last
entng. 'Lit tUti It ?l ftotno four
feet above low water mark. Thero is
nnrhno In tlin rnmlilinr. nf tbo Missis
sippi worthy of note, but It Is safe to say
tho water In that stream will vet go lower.
IIUMNESS AND WEATIIEB.
flusineis was only moderately active.
The weather continues warm and pleas
ant, during tho day, out tho nights aro
cold. Thero was no proipocts of rain at
tho cloio of our report.
The Lady L,oo roporu tbe City of
Qulncy aground at tho Ilarracks, near St.
Louis; tho W. J. Louis aground at tbo
head of Devil's Island, and tho Capitol
City aground at Hamburg. Tbo later.bow
over, was not so hard aground but that
sho would soon get off.
The Sain Roberts wont away yesterday
with hor tow of salt.
Tho Emma O. Elliott brought 105
bales of cotton for tho east.
Thu Cairo and Evansvlllo packet Idolo
wild, brought out 700 bbls and SO casks
potatoes, 82 bales bay, and 10 sacks pea
nuts for resblpment south. Shn brought
750 sacks wli-iRt for Cairo, nnd -1C bbls
orangoa for Chicago.
Tho Thoe. Sbirlock will add COO bales
cotton at Momphii, which will complete
Tho Tyrono brought 20 tons pig iron
for St. Louis, and 00 coops poultry and '2
hhds tobacco for Now Orleans. For Cairo
sho brought 25 bbls whisky. At l'uilucah
sho discharged 700 sacks wheat and 27
Tho Mary AHco swoped "tows" with tbo
llaltic, and will loavo for Now Orleans
Tbo John Gillmoro took 'J barges of
coko to St. Louis.
I tako this opportunity to Inform tho
cltizons of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will rosumo my practico in tho city
of Cairo on or about tbo 1st of Decombor.
U-ao-tf. P. L. Williams, Dentist.
Hois has on hand, and for salo a largo
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut
and split, and ready lor tbe stovo. Also
all kinds of coal which will bo delivered
in any part of tho city on short notico
Loavo ordors at coal yard, on Commer
cial avonuo, opposite Eloventh ctrcot.
Two Uattorios of two Bollors, each iU
foot long, 2 inch Dram, 'J 14 inch Flues
with flro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Ilrltchin, all completo And in first-class
ordor; been used only throe months. For
prico, etc., Inquire of J. T, Rknnik,
IMS-tf. Vulcan Iron Works
Dr. Lavurty, homooopathlst physi
cian, lato of Shawnoetown, has locatod in
this city and Intondt making it his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo woll recom
mended, and refers to the officers of tho
First National bank of Shawnoetown, to
whom be Is well known, having practiced
his profession among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair shnro of tho patronngoof
ourcltlzons. Ollico 140 Commercial avo
For a good tquaro meal go to Harry
Walkor's restaurant, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Eighth street, lm
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICE .
Oas and Stoamllltlng on ahott notico
llrosa' Ulock. tMStf.
Tui European hotol, Harry Walker
proprietor, Is opon at all hours of tho
For oas and steam lilting go to Ron
nie's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenuo, foot of Ninth street V-10-tf
" FOR SALE,"
Uy Hartman, a Uno
At a great bargain.
Call at Hartmnn's salesroom, 105 Com
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, comer
Fourteenth streot an 1 Commercial avo
nuo, offers for salo Guinness' Porter A
Ilass' alos and ptiro Honnessy brandy,
and the genulno Ar.gnsturo blttors, all
first-class cholora euros. Try thorn
Mr. Pace otlers his horso and buggy
for salo. Tbo bono is tho finest in tho
city, combining tbo qualities both of sad
dlo and barnes, in both of which ho is
first-class. Tbo buggy is a No. 1 top
huggy, nearly now. They will bo sold at
a bargain. Inquire at Co Ohio levee.
WANTED A good whlto girl to do gen
eral housework in ,i small family. Apply
at lilxuy's old stand, Wablngton avenue,
near Eighth street. it"
TUB OLD FASHIONED
Just revetted and for salo at Elliott A Huy-
tnorn. 11-15 tt
THOMAS' Photograph Gallery will bo
open for btislncst on and after November 12.
1873. Person wanting pictures will do well
to wait a fow days longer. 11-S If
(iERMANslJilOoTr HALL. A ball will
be given at HcbeeVsball on tbe U7tli, (TlianVa-
gttlng), lor the benefit of the German
fcchool. A general Invitation In extended
to the Irlcnds of tho lrtcnds of the school,
and all others who desire to attend. 11-15 tf
NOTICE On and alter Monday, Novcm
her 'J, and through tho winter, a wurm lunch
will be spread at the Thalia saloon, opposite
Tin: Bulletin oillcc, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
cteryday. All tho delicacies of the season
!!! lm A. Jakckkl, Proprietor
NOTICE li.lng determined to closo my
buslne4 house, I shall from and after this
date, ssll for :ash only. All persons In
debted to me are respectftilly citicsted to
close their accounts immediately, Charles
D. Artcr lb hereby empowered to collect,
recite, and receipt all claims due me.
FRED. STITCHER ha purchased the
barber shop of Geo. ltclnltig, who retires
for tho benefit of hts health. Tbu shop Is
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, and its
new proprietor is dctcimined to make it
tirst-clasi in every particular. He intites
public patronage. 10-2G lm
Wi.t-rKH'A KiUry U tbronircd with visi
tor dally. It is now in complete runutng
order, nothing lacking nor missing. The
work bo Is notv turning out 1 of tbo very
uiguesi type oi pnotograpliy, and be makes
a handsome picture for you in pite of your
lookt. A t Ml to bis gallery Is u temptation
to havo your shadow caught. Wo have been
a tempted and "You know how It i my-
eir.' Uo and do likewise.
REASON'S WHY. Tbe rcaioni why Dr.
Price's Special Flavorings, cinnamon, lem
on, vanilla, etc , arc superior to all others',
la because they aro prepared from tho chol
cct selected mills und aromatlcs. without
coloring or poisonous oils that all tho flav.
orlng principles uro retained unchanged by
chemical aetlon. hlKhlv concentrated, to-
quiring less to llavor, that thero lb no de
ception lu bottlcn us they bold ouc-biilf
more tbun thoo sold for tho sumo size
That they aro In every particular like bis
celebrated Cream Haking Powder. Just us
IUlL'HCIUt.'U; Jl-l itviuvtv
Fine whlto ; singlo and double X amber
single and double X Canary, best quality of
manllla, bluo letter, etc., etc. 60,000 for
ale, printed at $:i 50 to 0 50 per thousand,
at tho IIullkti.v Officii,
11 1 1. LIN e"ry"aN D DRESSMA KING.
Miss Adclaldo Phillips and Mrs.'L. T.IIriggs
on Commercial avenue, between Ninth and
Tenth streets, would respectfully announce
to tho ladies of Cairo and vicinity, that they
are receiving a full lino of fasblouublo mill-
nery goods, and aro prepared to furnish
their patrons with bain und bonnets from
tho cheapest to the most expensive.
VERY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
After January 1st wo expect to deal ex
clusively in gentlemen's clothing and gcut'n
furnishing goods,imd having on bund a large
und well assorted stock of fall and winter dry
goodn, notions, etc., etc., which wo desire to
closo out entirely, wo tako this method to
Inform tbo public that wo shall, alter Nov
ember 1st, Hell ull goods in our store lu the
dry good Hue, nt first cot. All ourgoods
were bought at tho lowest market price, aud
aro fresh and suitable for tills season. Thoso
wishing to obtain good bargain's Miotild
cull on us betoro purchasing elsewhere.
lll.UM & AN HUM,
No. 142 Commercial avenue, botwuen J.
Ilurgcr and Elliott & Huytbom. 11-l-lm, ,
J.R. CUNNINGHAM'S carriage uro tbo
best In tbo city. Ho has tbe only close car
riage in tho city on hire. Ha will transfer
fumlllcs to aud from steamboats or railroad
depots, night and day, orders being left ut
95 Commercial uvcniio. Cunningham would
call attention of candidates deslrkg to visit
theieountry precincts and call upon the
voters, to tho fact that his spring wagons aro
precisely adapted to this purpose. They
wero apparently made for tho business.
Either ot them will curry a candldato and
ull tho working friends necessary to capture
every voto outside of Cairo, In Alexander
county. 10-ai fin.
CM A Any Ijdy, or child overBycarsof ago,
t?lJ can now learn Madame Herman's new
method ol making wax II owe is for only
$2 50, by purchasing her now book of In
struction und an entire sat of moulds. Or
her book ot Instruction In tho beautiful art
ot making foliage, which Is a perfect repre
sentation of tbe natural leaf, and made
without mollis or scissors, i rice, only fj,
Thoso books can bo bud from the author
Mndamo Herman No. 11.1 West 4tst street,
New York, or trom the otUco of this paper.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Haniiv relief lorvounir mon from tho el-
fectsot errors nud abuses in early life. Man
hood restored, Impediments to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. Now
and romurkublu remedies. Hooks und elr-
Hilars tent free, lu sealed envelopes. Ad-
.1 lln.,...,! AU.nnl.llAM Mn it ..!.
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an Institu
tion having a high reputation for honorable
conuuci ana proiossionui sum. ju-vu u.vwjui
Van' Dr. Jlcnrr'aiWorld'a OToatc'aad ,
It Is tbe great houatholirtmlr, pleasant to
take, yet potent for the prtvantlen and eur of
(llstaMi, It la bttUr than Bitters, Cordial,
tiucbu or Saraaparllla. I Sold by Druggists
tlr. Henry Boot nssd Plasst
II 114 jet tboreogb no naasaa or grlplog n-
tlKlr-egetable-grtat liver rtmsdy. Pries 24
lentt. Hold by Druggists.
Mrs. WhiteotBb'a Krrap.
The great soothing rrmnly. Price orCy IS
snts. Qlrca rut to the mother smd htattbto
tbe child Hold by Druggists.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
engravings, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
rilteSOccnts. Address Dm. Brrrs' Dursnt
Uir, 11 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, If o.
OFFICII ASl) VAKD:
Tenth Street, between Wa-hlngton and
A Urcc Miiiply of l'lttsblirtr and UIk
Muddy coal constantly on hand, Stoto
vood sated to order. Order for ccal or
wood should bo left at tbe olbcn on Tenth
street. Term, each on delivery.
c. "n. 'n u"g'h e s
OFFICE: Ohio Lever, over Matbu.s ft
fi?-Voi but Firit'Claa Companiei
SAFFOIU), MORRIS & OANDEE,
7.1 Ohio Eoe.
CtTV NATIONAL HANK 1IK1LUINQ
Tbe oldest established Agency lu Southern
Illinois, representing oter
$05,000,000 00 !
r tbo best Insurance Capital ot the
TEUTON1A LIFE IN8UHAN0K
OF OHIOAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cent'l.Oifick, 172 AVasuinutonSt.
This German Life Insurance Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but
also a Valuo In Cash on tho Non-forfoltur
JOHN A. UUOK, - - . President
0. KNOBELSDORF, - . . Hocrotary
JOHN W. 1'ltUESS.
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
; (Association for promoting Life Insuranuc
and Stck Rellof by weokly dues and mutual
co-operatiou In objects ot public benefit.
Tho Life Insuranr.o Policies will bo issued
by tho Toutonla Life Insuranco Company.
II. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao't.
for CUalronud Tlelotly
SPEdAL WARRANT NO. ..
Public notico is hereby given that the
county court ot Aluxandcr county, has ren
dered Judgmont lor a special assessment up
on property benefitted by tbe following Im
provement: The now sidewalk on the
uorinony nuo oi i-illecnth. street, from
Washington avenuo to Walnut .tm..t ti...
reconstructed sldowalk on south sldo of
nun sireei, irom ttusuiligton avenuo to
Walnut street: on north kMnnrPini, .tmnt.
on west side of Walnut street, between
Fourth ami Filth streets i on west sldo of
" oiiniv ncui, uvm urn suvontii ami i.igiiui
streets; on east sldo ol Walnut street, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets: on West
sldo of Walnut street, between Eleventh
and Twelfth streets: oo east sldo of Wal
nut street, between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets j on east sldo or Walnut, between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets ; on west
sldo of Walnut etroet, between Thirteenth
und Fourteenth streets; on tho cast side of
Walnut street, between Fifteenth and Six
tcoiitu streets on east sldo or Walnut street,
between Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets;
on cast sldo of Walnut street, between Nine
tccnth and Twentieth streets; on tvest slilc
of Washington atenuc, between Twenty
seventh and Tweiity-Elgbth 'streets; south
sldo of Twenty-Eighth street, between
Commercial avenuo aud Poplar street.
As will more fully appear from certified
eonv of tho ludL-meiit on file In tho otlle nf
the clerk of the city ot Calio, that u wurrunt
lor tno collection oi sueii assessment Is lu
tbe hands of tho undersigned. All persons
interested aro hereby notified to call and
pay tho amounts assessed, at the collector's
ollice, No- 00 Ohio levee, within thirty days
Irom tho iluto hereof.
Dated this llth day of November, A. D.
1S73. It. A. CUNMNdllAM, Collector.
'Jorner Twelfth street and Washington A e
J. C. HUELS,
(Late of Ht. loul,)
BOOK HINDER AND I1LANK II0UK
ULAN K HOOKS of averv descrlntlon done
with neatness and dispatch. All kind of
ruling dono at short notice, Uiblcs, Music,
Mwazlnes and l'erlodlculs bound neat and
at the lowest possible rates.
ouuty worK, sucn as jiecorus, ijockois
Fee Hooks. Hlanks, etc., made a speciality
noses, l'ocKei uooki, novo lopes, etc
O. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RKaiUXNOX oornarNinth and Walnut sts,
Ufflo oornar Sixth street and Ohio lataa.
Onli boor froa a.ia, to 11 sn., and I p.m
Parabakep ft Son
All P. STII.l. SKbt.I.Nfl (IO0D3 AT
Very Low Prices
Fino blue anil black Chinchilla
Overcoats 810 00
Blue and black Chinchilla Pea-
Jacket (for men) 7 fiO
Hlucnnd black Chinchilla l'ca
Jackcts (for boys) U 00
A So 20 Reaver Overcoat,
ca.-siniere lining ! 00
Several colorjof Reaver suit:'.. 1;" 00
Good working Overcoat 7 00
An A No. 1 Child'H Velvet Suit,
Coat, PnuU and Vest 0 UU
Firet.elasa boy's Overcoat 4 00
All Wool, winter, Knit Jackets. 1 25
Heavy winter Undershirts and
Country -knit Hocks
Fino Fronch Calico Shirts, with
Collar, a sure fit, worth S.'l,
for 1 50
VK CAN VUHN1SII
A GOOD OVERCOAT
FROM 85 TO 825.
AFTER SELLING OVER
900 Fanio Hats
We aru nlill selling
THREE FOR $1
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for Carrying the Malls
FOR PA83AGE TIOKETB
on sraiaia obiatioi
1PPLY TO JOHN G. DALE,
IS Broadway Naw.Tork, srlo
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PHILLIPS & BRIGGS,
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NINTH AND TENTH STS.
OAIRO AND l'ADUt'All
Tin iplendld ateamor
Diuk Fowlxh, Captain
Leaves Cntro WAIL. v. launuay oxcouiei
i n m w.ir rrclifht or nafsaire annl? ou
or to .Ui. Malloky, Ag'
NF.W TiTVRRY STAll
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An tfe KAtihii tii or lanin iitadi bi ay
Ilia BUble will b fumUtld with none but
AND GOOD VEUIOLES.
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on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patron
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anil strict attention u nun1
13. F. BLAKE,
(Successor to 11. T..Gorould,)
And Dealer In
Gas and Steam Pii'e Fittinos.
LEAD PIPE AND PUMPS
the city or surrounding countrv.
182 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
WARD & ROBERTS,
Dealkhs in Window Suadks,
Wall Pai-ku, Puu White
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
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a a A41VI1(44I WWliaU UAMAVAS
(Successor to H. Thlelecke,)
neuter In All Kluda
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to Uio list maiiv new nntrous, Askliu;
fair share or public p.itrouuge.
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MRS. M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swundert,)
iinuounces that she hss just opened a lar(
assorimuut oi iuo
MOST FASH ION A H LE.
She will keep on hand
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DkessTbiiiminos oy All Kinds,
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