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PakUeallna AHleA, Hnllettss Bnltdla
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. 8. Si o. Sicn., OnsERVsn's Offick, 1
Cairo, Fob. as, 1873, 10:11 p.m. J
t Barometer 30.-H7 and falling.
Thermometer 83 degrees.
Wind cast, Telocity 8 mile? per
Maximum temperature last 21 hours, at
3 n. to.. 40 decreet.
Minimum temperature, last 21 hour, nt
u . ra., 2i acgrecs.
Prevailing Wind lint ai lmur. unrlWut
Total number of miles wind travelled, Ia.t
'U bows, 151.
David W. nAiixcrr, Observer
Wc will publish the letter lift to-morrow
To-day Is the first day of March, and tlie
first day of Spring.
Turncy lectures to-night on the "Ucaiona
blencsi of Miracles."
The price of coal has fallen the nrtlcle Is
selling for fivc'dollar per ton.
Yesterday tho weather was more like
spring than the hall dozen previous days.
Business on tho lovco Is lirlcU. Yesterday
was a busy one with commission and freight
Col. Samuel Walter has ucarly completed
his planing mill. It will be In full operation
in a few davs.
Capt. Ed. Terrell of Terrell's Lalidlur, Ky.,
Is dangerously ill ; few hopes are entertained
that lie will recover.
Old John Itoblnson's circus urn! menagerie,
said to bo the largest In the United States,
will exhibit In Cairo sometime during the
There are about live cases of spinal menin
gitis in the city. This disease Is prevalent
In many parts of the country, but Is much
more fatal iu fomc localities than other?."
Fon Sale. My entire Hock of groceries,
saddles, harness and tanning implements, at
wholesale or retail. I). Aktek.
h. Able, No. 2 Seventh stroet, has Just re"
ceived an entire new Mock of wall paper and
window shades, which will bo sold at lowest
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1873
i'rof. AnderMm lm timed ami tMrrnlr
five pianos far us and has given entire satis
faction, BISTXRSOr L011KTTO,
Hoarding bossos, men and teams wanted
on mo Mississippi central raurouu. Apply
All flin tvnrlf . rAM tiilina nnrtltnnat nf fVt
lumbtts, Kctucky, and at Dresden, Tcnncs.
fcc. siiEHAN iv loleu, contractors
t will L'ip Ilflr ilnllum reward fur nnv In
formation that will lead to tho detection and
conviction of the person or persons who
bayoneted my heller. The bayoneting was
dono lat Saturday evening or night.
8-1-dlw 00. YoctJM.
On Monday evening, March 3, at tho Athc
neum rror. uavid Walk will lecturo on
" Spurgcon and ills Works." lie; Is an able
speaker, having traveled In Europe two
years In preparation. Draws good houses
wherevcrhc goes. Don't fall to hear him.
Tickets for reserved scats can be had atD.
Mrs, Mollis, the noted spiritual medium of
Cincinnati, Is expected In Cairo. Jrthlslady
should come to this city, she will throw Den
ton's Mary Jenkins story a thousand' foet
into the shade. .
The tobacco salo oretrauhgn & llinkle was
well attended yesterday. Sixteen hogsheads
and seven hoses were on the breaks. Sales
were brisk. Mr. Henry Elliott of this city
was the largest ptuchacr.
A horse belonging to a citizen, yesterday
broke looc from the post to which it was
hitched. One of our policemen captuied
tho horse without much trouble, and
chargod the owner two dollars lor it.
Dr. Wardncr has moved his olllcc andresl
dence inlo tho second rtory of his new
building, No. ill Commercial avenue, where
he may be found day or night except when
ueccmarily absent on prolesloiial biuincss.
TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD.
Lost, ycftcrday, a diary containing re
ceipts and other papers of no use to any one
except tho owner. The book also contained
?20 K) cents In greenback!. The Under Is
hcrobv llifnrmml Hint, lii mir keen f lir-
money, but Is requested to return the book
ami papers to j. u. rarks, at tuo Little
Kcntucklan saloon. 2-25-31
CAIRO CHAMllEIt OF COMMERCE.
An election for president. vlo rrf,lon
and eleven directors of thn rliamlier nf.
mcrce, to scrvefor the ensuing year, will be
held nt the olllco of U. D. Williamson, on
Tuesday, March 4, at 10 o'clock a. in.
iiy orucrot tlio Hoard or Directors.
J. U. Ur.MninEvs, Secy.
Cairo, Feb. 2J, 1873. 2-2CVH
Notice Is hereby elven that on Monitor.
March 3d. A. D. 1673. at 4 o'clock n. in.. tl.r
annual election for twelve trustees of the
Orphan Asylum ot Southern Illinois at Cairo,
10 serve uunng tlie ensuing year, will be
Held at tlie ofllcc of Messrs. D. Hurd & Son,
In said city of Cairo. 11. II. Candkk.
(.'.uno, Ills., Feb. 23, 1873. 2t
Tho colored population of this city num
ber two thousand four hundred ami twrntr
Hve."Thrce hundred and eighty-two reside in
we r irst ward ; four hundred andfty-seven
in Cthe Second ward; five hundred and
elghty-two In the Third ward.'.and nine hun-
urcu and four In the Fourth w.ird.
At a tobacco salo yesterday at Stratighn fc
Hlnklo's tobacco warehouse on Tenth street,
sixteen hogshead and five boxes were on
the breaks and sold at tho following tlgures :
One hhd. piebald, 813; 6 hhd. lugs, from
85 24 to S3 05; 4 hhds. shippers medium,
S3 45 to W 15; 2 hhds. good sUlppers, 10 SO
to ?11 00; 7 boxes, $3 U5 to $5.
Louis Jorgenson has been nuring a viper.
Said viper was clerk, whom Jorgeuson nlred
more from pity than need of his service.
Yesterday, Jorgcnsou gave this clerk a bill
ol eight dollars to collect, which he did
falthrully, put the money in his pocket and
disappeared, wearing a pair or boots and a
suit of clothes which Mr. Jorgcmou will pay
James West, an employe of the Illinois
Central railroad, has been blocking up the
street crossings on the levco lor fcomo time
part. He repeated the blocking process ye
'erday and was arrested by Chief Myers.
The fine (or tho offence ol blocking up the
atrcets Is a very heavy one, and tho cltv at
torney discharged the caso on West payln"
T1l lCn,.ll ..
.... wiui uui tcjiurirr crazy, UUr
t reporter denies the soft Impeachment, nud
insists that there Is slpc water In the city.
He says II the 'Sun' man will take a posl
tion ou the custom-house steps fronting on
Commercial avenue, and look In a southcrlv
direction, keeping his eyes wide open, he
will see a sheet ol water which is nothing
more nor less thau slpe water.
A Mr. Jobmton, who has had
charge of Col. Winston's farm in 1'ulaskl
county, has disappeared under rather sus
picious circumstances. On Wednesday la-t,
Johnston wcut to Caledonia, riding the
Colonel's white pony, made some purchases
c there andleft tho store with the Intention, a
rthe said, of minim In M. ..!.. lm .
t L, .....;. dlllKO lUUl
r jtltne however, ho has not been seen, neither
L' lias the Colonel'M whllx num- 'ri.
. - ..it 'luesuou
njnow is "where is her"
The lecturo of Mr. Turner list ..-,.ni.,
IcUvcred before another meagre audience!
1 vas on tbe "Origin ol Spiritualism." The
1 ecture was disposed under tho lollowlng
I licads: The claims of splrltuallsm-lis
; Jpphlstry-tbo tplnt identity disproved-
uuo ueumns roue off on a hlppognff
, plrlta of birds ami animals Invoked and
bottology shown to be superior to spiritual
I t an with apractlcallllustratlonorthclrman.
, 'testations and explanation of tho same
1 FOK KENT.
tourllght, airy and commodious business
, Uces. Enquire ut V. Uuhl's new building,
o, 60 Ohio levee. "-"btt
Immediately A coat maker and
iker. Only the best workiutn i..
Old, Ohio levee, LsiiKLvn. '
real and personal estate alter March
x uii means uusincss.
l'.td AlKX. 11, lltviN. Collector.
Fcbriiary 21, Tho Origin or Man.
" 20, Sclentllle Monls.
" 20, Universal Itcligion.
' 27, Fulfilled Tropheclcs.
" 28, Spirit Sophistries.
March 1, The ltcasonablcness ol Mira
cles. Mr. Ts scientific and moral lectures wil
speak tor themselves. Manager.
1 will sell at public auction ou Monday,
March 3. lii 11 a. m., at the SAloon of W.
Urindlc, No. 00, Ohio levee, between Eichth
and Tenth btrccts, a larco assortment of
household and kitchen furniture, consisting
of safes, chairs, bedsteads, matrcsscs, pil
low?, tables, cooking and heating stoves.
Also counter, shelves, etc. Sale positively
2-Wtd D. IlAitTMAN, Auctioneer.
Four rooms lately occuniod by Dr
Wardnor, over Dr. Atlor's grocery itore,
No. 113, Commercial Avenuo. Enquire
at the store of C. D. Artor. 2-20-tf
S Similoy, A Hoglln, J 0 "WaUon, C
Dowecs, and U Harper, Ballard county;
Ij O Norton, Fnrinaw Illinois; James
Ormsby, New Orleans; 11 Phillip, Wash
ington; Charles Carson, SPRIt;F Fos
ter, lllionls: Chorles Tucker. Columbus
Mijs., Phil S Hisey and Cant J D Sibbs.
OrcenHeld landing Ho.. Chai Houchte.
ling. Nashville Ills., Jacob Beard. Carbon-
dale; John McCaller, Blodcott Mo., Alox
MeLane, Forman Ills., J It Martin, Bol
ton Miss, AV Ii Byrn and D A Lynn,
Barlow City Ky., 8 Cleveland, Blooming
ton Ills., John Kitchle, Indianapolis
ST. CIIAKLKS HOTEL.
II S Smith, Missouri; Jas Uunnel, Chi
cago; B N Trosto,Cobden; R "V AVllllams
Bloomlngton; II M. and Jno M Isaacs and
lady, M & 0 railroad; N Mooro, Salem,
Illinois; U R Noil, Cincinnati; OSbeehan,
Mississippi Central railroad; J McClusky,
Owon county, Illinois; F M Ollcnt, Cin
clnnatl; 0 L Blakcman, Now York; N T
Riddle, Quincy; U M Clark, Cincinnati;
David Hunt, Bloomlngton; Mrs. Simpson,
Vienna; Mrs. B Chase, Paducah; 0 R
Tuckor and Miss F M Simpson, Vionna;
II B Hubbard, Anna.
uouom ana ue boat ana tne uaianco or her
tow broke loose from her, and as they
passed ber tho Crescent City tore away
about nay lect of the cargo box and several
Stanchions and knees without ilnmnirlnir Mm
hull. About eighty-five feet of tbe nosing of
mo crescent uty was tiroico oir,
Thobsrco Albert was damaired ventrnlnv
to tho extent of fifty dollars by the breaking
of her cargo box by one of tho barges which
the Joe Fleming had In tow flanking against
Tho Clinton wout down early yesterday
with a good trip. She lost two hours by
grounding at Devll'a Island, and had hard
worn gouing turougb the ice over In the
back water in tho Mlsslsslnnl.
Cnpt. Dugan has placed his steamer T. F.
Eckcrt In tho lllckman trado for tho present.
Tho Fleming wcut down to Hickman with
o barges, to be loaded with logs ior Lubke
or St. Louis.
Tho lino steamer James Howard will leave
th.ls evening for New Orleans with a blgtrlp.
The Idlewlld left last night for Memphis
with alt the freight sho could carry, nud a
fair number of passengers. ,
City National Baak Balldlaa;.
M-Bpeelal attention paid to orders from steam
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Bf Ilea the Shortest Honte
Elarntjr Mile the Shortest Roots
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FKOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
mf runn rn
Oloelnnatl, i.. lltDpoll, Toledo,
uetroii, uiersuna, Miin Fi
Baltimore. ! Philadelphia, New York. '
Boston and all points eaut.
Milwaukle, Janesfille, Hadlson,
LaOrosae, at. Paul and all points north.
This is also the only direct route to
Doealor, Bloomlngton, dpringeld,
Burlington; Rock Island, L Salle!
Mendotm. nivnn. . .
Oalens, Dubuque, Bloui uliy.
onana and all point northwstt.
Elegant Drawing Room Slooplng Oar
On all Night Trains.
Bafitage Cheeked to all important points.
For tickets and information, apply to I. C. R.U
depot t alroi on board tne transit steamer be
tweeu Co ambus and Cairo, and at tne prlnclp
r"2lUl?k'.t offles thronghout the south.
W. P. JOHNSON. Oen'I Fata. Ag't, Chlcaio.
A. MiTcaiu., Gen'l. Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On end after Monday, April 24th.
traim will run as follows:
TBAIS OOIKO BOETBItAT.
Lyt Ylratnisi e:o a. ta
' 8prlnf(tleld.......e:0 '
,' Terlorfille .. lu.8
Arrive at Pan... ...... 11.4s
TSilUS 001X0 ROaiBWEKT.
Leara Pna....... 4.oo.m j.Ma. ra
" TavlorrllU S in fi j a
Airire at Bprinafleld...e.i?
Leare Bpnnifleld. 0.6
Arrive at VlrRima a.S
,. 3:00 '
.. . 0
.. 0.17 "
laAiai soa hdthiht,
Lt.Te Si'swood .s.so a. m. ......10.10
Flnr A ! ft An
Arrive at Shawneet'n .3 " J.V.'..'l
MAIN CBOM NTaTEET,
-. n . ...... i ii iiguavi
and nainple room for commercial travelers,
Free omnibus to and Irom all trains.
2-6 Cmd. J. M. DAMRON. Prorjriotor.
Steamer Lady Lee, Shrcveport
" St Joseph, Memphis
" Julia, Vicksburg
" Clinton, 8t Louis
" Mary Houston, New Orleans
" Andy llaum, Memphis
" Joe Fleming, St Louis
" Crescent City, St Louis
Mary Ann. l'lttsburcr
hi FUk, Jr, I'aducah
Slarble City, St Lnuls
i. u i.muu, jucmpuis
Steamer John Kyle, Now Orleans
" St. Joseph, St. Louis
" Lady Lee, St. Louis
" 'John Lumsden, Nashville
" Julia, St. Louis
" Clinton, Memphis
! ?,!aryl,i0,u,lout Louisville
V ckcrt "lekinan
Andv llaum. Cincinnati
' Joe r lcmliiL', nickmpn
' Illinois, Columbus
" -'I'" Fk, Jr., l'aducah
" K. C. Elliott, St. Louis
CONDITION OF THE KIVERg.
Tho Ohio fill two Inches during the but 21
hours, in a few days It will bo going down
with a riiKb. The Mississippi continues full
Ing and Ualubrldge's is the workplace; very
little Ice floated out yesterday. Special din
patches to the Hulletin report the condl.
tlon of tho rivers nt various places.
UUSINK&S AND WKATUKIt.
Uulues continues as good ns the scarcity
of tonuago will allow. Tho weather mode,
rated considerable yesterday and tho day
was quite pleasant,
Tho great stcamor Robert K. Lee will ar
rive here from the South next Monday and
Will Inml lll.l,. Inr .. ....
LAST CALL. i. -'"u,,, ,r'1' w ur'
.ttlvwilne urlll tinltlvalv l.A ..... .1 I m. '
upon inenar-kecperonthcCllntonhad hlsiroM
r0Bl property lor the taxes due upon watch stolen from him XtomJtop
rJt roal and oeraonal estate nitrr mi-, i, I 1,1. .. osieep
tuum auouiy aiicr tuo boat arrived
here yesterday morninir
Vhile the Crescent City wi eomlngover
On Commercial avenue, between Twellt
and Thirteenth streets.
QUESTS WILL FIND GOOD ROOMS AND
TnE VERY BEST OF BEDS
A-T THIS HOTJSE:
Transient Patronage Solicited.
Mnt. Ellen McCarthy, rropr.
CEO, I. FAV, Proprietor.
Watch kept day and night for boats and
TL-KS1S TWO DOLLARS PER DAY,
Ohio Levee, corner of Sixth street,
2-1 CAIRO, ILLS
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northeast Corner Publlo Square,
A. OARUTII Proprietor.
i.JJ!11! '"I""0 h,as recently been repaired mid
lurnlshod newly throughout. It U convenl
ent to the business bouses and the court
house. OoOd MlMlliln rnniiia
HOME TBADE I
J. C. HUELS,
Late or St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
Jih UOOKSof every descrlptlondone
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at ahort notice. Bibles, Music
Magazines and Periodicals bound neat ami
at the lowest possible rates.
County work, such as Records, Dockets.
Fee Hooks, Blanks, ete.. made a tpeclallty
rocket Rooks, Envelopes, etc.,
made to order n.i tf.
(WHaUMIOH AlfB ;
FORWAllDINQ and COMMISSION
ME UC II A NTH.
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
And Agents of
tntO KITIR AND SAHAWBA
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to B. B. Hndrlca A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AdTanccmenia made
upon CoDsljrnmente. aKI
Are prepared to reeeWe, store and forward
freights to all points and buy and
sell on commission,
rBnsineas attended to prompUr:
S. D. AYER8,
I. J. AYKRS
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levis, Cairo, Ills.
It. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
JkXV DEALER IN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
KIAOARA, K. T.,
OIBUAK1A, N. T,,
- l.oevai n
eta ran ec w
BKP011LIC, K. Y,
At TliflU 01
Comprising the Underwriters' Aftenoy,
T0KKXR8, N. T.,
A'SU (,7t tct
TIRtUEN's ytJKP, 8. T.,
aKcuRfrr, k. t. marine,
Htoren. rw.11 1 n ... yH.ji.1,, n .if. ) .
i ' n ,mu,.-, ..una niiu ht
KOre, Inaured nt rates as ft rraWe an toiind, per
I reewjtfully ak of the eltiseosot C
harrof their patronage.
W. II. Mornt, 11, II. Csndee
Notary Public. No. Tub. and It. H. (lorn
FIRE, UULU CARGO, LIVE STOCK
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John D. Phlllii.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cob. TENTH-ST. akd OHIO LEVE
NOKTIt AMERICA, PA.,
- 2,M 1,210 72
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
. 1,3J3,S8 1
A"et IMS.C7J (8
At - I1SS,278 43
AMEU10AN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets -...J 500,000 0
CONNECTICCT MUTUAL, LIFE.
Assete , M 130,000,0(0 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets....:. ......1,600.0 0
RA1LWAT FABSENQER8 ASSURANCE
Veiets ....... S00,000 00
Arsets C30,t2 00
S AFFORD, MORRIS &0ANDEE,
71 Ohio I.vfea
Hl'LAND & SAUER,
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIWI0N
Comer 10th street and Commercial avcnu3
uvui uj uiu ujianu saloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
G. 31. ALDEN,
Late of Thomas & Allien,
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY, Ac.
No, 135 OxiO LEVnn, Cairo.
QrCash advances on Goods on sight.
IH.I.I,lt,ll.M UIII HUIIUUill JJUllA
Cairo, First National liank of Chicago.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roB FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAUtO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD MTTENHOUSE & BRO.
QDcral Commission Merchants
t 183 OHIO LEVEE,
t. V. UATUUBS..
B. 0 .unt
MATHUSS k UHL,
AND OEJf EBAIi
JAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
EionTn Strkt, Bitwkik WAsnmoTos
AdJolBlassx Kl'toarioaafi aind Ilanny'a
Keep the best or Deet, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lmb, Sauune, etc., nd are prepared to serve
eltisene in thn most acceptable manner.
BCTCnXB AND DEALBB IK ALL KINDS 01
Corner Ninktkntii and roPLAR ST8.,
Buys and slaughteni only the best ealtlo
hoKB and sheep, and Is prepared to till any
demand for frech meats from one pound to
ten thousand douikIb.
WTO V lit, T19IWABK, KtvT
ABE MADE SOLELY BY THE
EXCELSIOR MANF'G COMPANY
HT. LOUIS, 110.
Arc Uoluf more and
Charter BETTER COOKING
Oak Quicker nml Olienicr
AND OPERATE PERFECTLY
Will do your
Charter COOKING CHEAP
flair AND EASY,
KjaK- QUICK AND CLEAN.
Charter ALWAYS WARRANTED,.
2TO. 74 OHIO IjIj-VSE-
Retail and Prescription
Corner Washington avo,
and Eighth street.
Of chatnol, ami rnM.lt skin,
for weak lung.
At BARCLAY BBOS.
FOR SOltE TIIBOAT,
1'reparcd and sold
Br BARCLAY BROS
P Awl Disinfectant for8taMc
At BARCLAY BHOS.
n FINE CIGARS,
I And "Universal 8tandar.l."
r- At BARCLAY BROS.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid itesmer
J" -A. S. PISK,
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (Sunday cxcentedl at
3p.m For freight opaisaifc apply on boat or
I'J v AS. JIIALLOIIT, Ari,
4tf ' 6
Oni Li va Cairo, III.
F. G. Schuh.
J. E. LUFKIN,
HlioIeia1e and Retail CJrocrr,
Has cm hand nt nil times Vcjrctablcs, Fruits
Butter and EgK, Lard,
Honey, Tropical Fruits, Etc., Etc
S3TA1I coods Warranted Fresh, and rclil
at small l'rotlt.
B. Parcels dcliverod to anv nart nf thn
city to CUiitomers.
WEST SIDE COMIIERCtAL AVE., BETTVEEff
lltn AXD 18th STREETS
THE InTEJW SYSTEM.
GROCERIES RETAILED AT TTUOLESALK
PRICES TOR CASH.
AT HI C. THIKLEOKE'S STORE
WAB1IIN0T0N AVENUE, 1IETWJCEN TENTI1
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
BC 'hs. brt Cuba Sugar for - - 55 0
y ... 1 on
OJ lbs. A coflbo Sucrar, N. Y. Std. - 100
4 " 1'rimo Rio Coffoo for - - 1 OC
8J " Choico ' - - 1 OC
3 " Old Oovernmont Java - 1 OC
Teas and othnr etiinlA nnd r,nnt n.n.
, , 1" MM. .MMW, U.WW
rles equally as cboap.
Goods now and full woight glvon. Call
And Dealer In
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGGS,
LARD, FRESH BUTTEIt, LIVE
AJJD D It ESSE D PuULTKY,
FRESH SALTED A.ND
SMOKED FI&H, ETC.
All Goods Warhanted Fiiesii
And sold at tho lowost prices forjeash,
4S?"Elghth street, betwocn Commercial
and Washington avonucs.
And Dealer Id
KT All Qpods warranted frosh, and sold
the lowest prices.
r?er oth st lCommercllAve.
MISS M. J. OARSOW
Wlshei to call uttentlon to her stock of Toys,
Notions and Fancy floods and Btaplo Artl
clea consisting of Dolls in great variety,
Ladles' Work-boxes ol tine quality, Writing
Desks, Children's Dishes, Toy Wagons, Vol
HukkIob, Hobby Horses, Uno Silver-plated
Ware on Nickel Silver, Fine Table-knives,
Knapkln Rings, China Vases, and a good sc.
lection of Cheap Jewelry. Abo line
CM Bells, Pictures and Picture Frames, and
many other articles too numerous to ana
ion. All are invited to call. Nt. 166 Com.
merolal avenue, between Ninth, and Tsntb