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t BcetdlaK Matter api nr PflV
FIFTIETH. SENATORIAL MSTUIOT,
A Democratic Convention, for llic pur
lxo of nominating, tto,.(ndliltr to kh
resent said District in tlieitntc Itgislature
will be held bt
Anna, on ThursdaV. tiik.sud day or
In 1872. The eountles 111 ! ppliUedto
tbe following rejircnutlon:
Couulie. V'1 Ifti'.iDeliitfctct.
AloTtfcnder, " 1,0W. in
Jnckson, i 1 th-l-5lM 11Q
Union, 1.7M. 17
The Central Cosamlttcei In each ot tbe
kboTe counties sro renpeotfully reiiurited to
call county tcon'yiloBsJ and appoint Ucle
gaUs to reprcicnt) thttr counties In knld
lonvcntion. Jiy orller of committee.
T. y. JioVTOH, Cbatnnsn.
larKcirspspcr Uirouf;lioiit "tbV Plitrlc
Will please publlili the aboi e call.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Superlatenfcnt ot l'ublic Instruction
S. M. ETTEBi , f ' ,
Khst Tbt reitorstion oly cold and illrer
u tbe bails ol tbe currency ; 'the resumption
t pAfle paymsnts as soon as posilblc with,
out dWitter to the butlntis ot tho country,
by steadily oppoilng! lnfltton, and by the
pajistnt oil tbe national Indebtedness li the
money ot tbe clrillzed worldi
Skcoxd Free commereo; no tariff foruny
otber purpose bu'ffetcnne; " ' '
Tiiibd Individual liberty and oppoiltlon
v eniiiitui - .
( FOURTHf-rTbellrightf andL'dUty) fof e
Kuio to protect tu clllzent from extortion
and uo)ut dltcrlmlnalloa by chartered
Fin l.-RiKhl :rU itilontVt' Ahe tov.rn
mcnt, both Htato and National, tothcleclt
lmate domain ot political power by excluJ
tng therefrom all executive and legldnllve
Intermeddling with the affairs of society
whereby monopolies are fostered, prlvll.
edged clsses sraadlzad, and lodlrldusl
frcsdom unnecesiarlly aud oppruivcly
Gkm. Boukut Toom sg, of Georgia
is a third-term man.
Tut massacre of negroes at Trenton,
Tenneiste, has horrified tho country,
Even Jeff Davis has raised his voice
against the outrage, and doiuands tho
punishment of the murderers.
Tni sarcastio gentleman of tho
Uottod City Journal says: "Capt.
Halliday is a patriot. He ranks with
Washington aud Lafayette, lie will
icriGco the prospect of a gold mine to
theintereita of the people, if nebossary."
Tnx Mound City Journal attsmpls
to cut ridicule upon the late Dum
ocratio State convention. It says only
Ubioago .Bummers Were delegates !fo'N.
The Journal is mistaken. iAIo-t of tlio
prominent Demoerata of the Statu were
among its membership, und took au
active part iu its deliberations.
TllK Pulaski Patriot continues to be
exercised about the Kelly leiolu'tlons
that were published by Tut Buli.i
tin. All wo .hare to'ssyC'Is.-.tbat, wu
asked Mr. Kelly for a copy of tho res.
olutiona he hadioffered aud which had i
been laid upOn'tho tabid theCleui?
ents convention, and he gave to us the
resolutions wq published, The l'&ttiat
must attack Mr., Kelly, not Tiik Hui.-
letin. Mr. Kelly says ho offered tho
resolutions wo published. The Patriot
says he did not. ,
MB. CU AULES CAlUiOLL.
This . gentleman was nominated for
State Treasurer by the Democratic
State convention that met in Spring
field on the 26th of August. A better
nomination oould not -have been madr.
He U a gentleman of ability and in
tegrity. In his own county, Gallatin,
aUlorjgb. it is also tho homo ot the He
publiean. candidatevfor Treasurer'he
will run ahead of his ticket, and in
... o.:il "..!. .-.-5
oouuiy ui ooumern Illinois lie
will pola heafy ydfe. He u widely
known !iwrjrilyjrespeeted. -
Th MounJCltyfoiirnafsays this:
"I'hVCairo delegation gobbled all the
proxies they could, and aomeof tho
counties of Southern Illinois' were thus
ft newspaper become, au irr,iceabfe
paper money and repudiation orgsn,
we0 do, not expert it lo
honeil, but -woe do aot believe
that ejeq tho, Uompraliratiou ol
false financial belief ought to induce
any paper to mtke a statement as false
SKlTJtMBM, 1873(JAT 3 oiCLoCJC.J'. u. aifriuurauOjio inu wcHu ....
tio ntio oCrl)taeplUo minium ana I pOriliotJ iiot'to iim Brruugiii.
, rorewH lwyof, ua one lor raiu , , n!.t:,. norsona
W) votes cast for Urceley llrown I -,u" t - "- r
a? tbe nbure. Tbe Cairo-delegation
did not gobble ollfttiptox.i?. pi th'o
unrepresented cMktiS of thirj con
gressional disWjkt$ .TuJge Allea wh6
bcliema Potter believe?, bad in his
pocCet "Tbeproxle of several counties
of this district. Ho hadtnoproxfes
of Williamson and Johnson counties,
8IJCCKSS OH DEB K AT?
Our Kadieal'ootemporaries are tkk
inrjto themselves much consolktion bo-
OkUSO TlJKI IlL'LLKTIN llBS Said tllO
chances ofdclbattug Mr. Clements are
not vrv lOncournrinR. !'T ho fact i
established by ibis admission, that Sir.
Clement ts'to popular his defeat is al
raost atjmr56ssibilrty,M ?ays 'the
Pulaski Patriot. Not so. Wohave
notj-ssid blf. Clements is.popular., Jle
is not. Although, a good enough lol
low! ho yU iu public cstiuiation,
aO.'wcak utotuer, possciseu oi nine
u lit man to
thla district in the
Kress of the
should be re-elcctcJ,lio may thank his
iuck not hia'ubilily ; his KUccee will b
interests h,niuong llie opposition,
that hks rufcdo us anticipate hucceas by
Mr. CUiucttfs. He is not strong, but
when gentlemen who have led the
Democracy to defeat iu tli'u part of
tho'StYoyaarkfter0kr, again cotno
forward and say : "Our slate must be
adopt," we are induced by tho lact to
bs)Urlhat;defeat is a
stanl biclrtbe defeat of Clements is
assuiedf lraf iC they arc determined to
pureuVtlicf roie or ruin polby defeat
2THE NNA CONVENTION.
The Democratic convention, to be
held on Thursday next, at Anna, may,
by wise conduct, place the Democrats
party of Ibis cdhgrc?sioria"r district in
harmony wjtb tho)'rganlzation through
out the State, and secure the defeat of
Mr. Clements at jtho . approaohing
'Trit BULLKTIN will ..support any
candidate lor congress nominatod by
thoAuna.cqnvcntion.ifthat co riven
tion places its nominee squarely upon
tin Democratic Htato Platform, lux
C.iCTf'wiU oppose and help to do
feat any canatdato for congress, nomi'
nated by the Anna eonvontion, if that
convention, lakiuc tho advrce ot inoss
covered political hackw, repudiates tho
Demooratia State platform, and pro
claim's jhj heresy ot irredeemable paper
money and the uootrino ofropudianon
Novcr beforo have tho Domocrats of
this part, of tho b'tato had'a better op
portunity to wheel into lino and attain
begm tho battle of Sound Democratic
principles. Wo hopo 'they will be equal
to tbe occasion'.' If thoy are, wo shall
have in this district a canvass iull of life
aud vigor, an orgauiiatibn full of vital
ity, and victory j if they are not, there
will bo no life in the canvass, Demo
crats and liberals willjernaiti at home,
Clements will be elected, and the old
moss-covered leader will have another
opportnnity to at once begin' to organ
ise defeat' for the next can vans I
ETTER'S HEAD IN DANGER
A number of tho prominent leaders
of the Indepundout Reform or
Farmers' party met iu Springfield a
,ow days ago and diicusied the proposi
tion to put ,Mr. Sv M, Ettor off their
ticket bocausu that gcntlomau has re
ceived tho Democratic nomination for
tlie position ol Superintendent of Public
chuols. 'Uu sought his uomiuatiou,"
these virtuous leaders say ; 1 aud since
U is one oi our cardiual principles that
the office must ieok the man uud not
the manithy office, vc must take Mr.
Etter's uame off our ticket,"
Wo admiro thuie leaders of the In
dependent Reformers. They aro con
scientious gentlcmuu ; hut thuy would
do well to always practicu what thoy
teach, They cannot lo iguoraut of
the fact, that the most persistant of
ofiice-ieekers aro mombera of their own
party that from (Jen. Anderson dowu
to tho candidate for supervisor
or county commissioner, member
of"-the Independent Reform party
are running after office. Why is not
the pruning knife applied to theio mou
no nave not waueu mr tuo umco 10
eok them ? Why are they not plowed
under? Why has Mr. Etter, who has
bocn no seeker after office, selcoted as n
victim of Independent Jefonn in"
diguation '( Do these gentlemen
these leaders of the Reform inovcmout
-believe they can succeed by being
both stupid aud unjust? Mr. Etter
iras nominated by the Democrats and
Liberals;. without ,holioitatioq J;on, Jiia
part. The nomination sought him.
And now his own friends propose to
become troublesome and kick him
from their ticket bepauie the office of
Slate Superintendent of Publio Instruc
tion is seeking him !
JOHN, THE FORERUNNER.
The Columhiis (Ry.) Dispatch, in
an article on "Illinois Politics," says :
In tbe Hlh dlitrlot, embracing Cairo
all parties aro just now taklec a deep In
tsteit In trie lumaafat doTelupaisnu ot
tbe futero. .Tho Kepubllcani bavo r
nominated OUmonti, tbslrreisnt rcprs
tatatWe, who Is a gun. ( rthr small
calibre, but"wltbout any vary glaring pr
lonal dafssti. Tba district givti a small
Republlesn majority, but tbit msjerlty Is
countsd. on with a dgr-i uf
cs'riklnty' tbitt ii havioi; a du
moralising ttf.ct on tbe Democracy.
In tbo lelectlon of a Cauiocrallo nuiul
nsa public opinion tetms 'to bti badltia
batwasa Mr. Ubarly of tba Oaibo Mol
LiTiM, aud a msn by tbo nsma of Wash
bllrn. Ubarly I oaa of tba bait Informsd
pdlltlclans in tbe Htala, bold, vieoroui and
combative, but erratla Wathburais bis
tamperimtBtal aottpoiia, cautious, timid
ajd the vary pieK of propriaty. II wo
were in tba Uiilrlot, we should, In tba
prbiant uncertain stale of politics, much
prefer Obsily as a candidata. It lipro-
bkbie ibkl no uemocrst ciuld ba aiactad,
knd while Ubsrly vould perhaps stand
at L'ooa a cbanto as auy ous, uo
would punelura, riddle and annoy tha
lUdtckl ekndidkta and lb a Jtadlcsl party
flve'timss as much ai any olbar man that
could bo put out by tha parly. Tb Radi
cal candidate would faal about at cotnfsrt-
able with a live wild cat tied to bit cost
tall, as with Oberly pitching into htm
from ovary slump In tba district. Al
though Obarly might not make anything
bv tho race, till opponant and all bli sup.
porters would ba ruined for futura isrvlce,
and the way would bo cleared for au oaty
Democratic victory at tbo next election,
Oberly Jock not proposo to sacrifice
himself, oven if his iiioh. covered
friends would permit him to do so. He
it not disposed to bo the forerunner of
Democratic success in two years from
this time, aud is therefore thankful to
his uiOBH-covered fricuds for the op
position they have manifested to the
suggestion of his candidaoy, which was
not made by him-clf. 11c is out of the
race is not now and Uaa not been
a seeker after the Anna nomination.
Ho don't want it. He wants to tight
for some other fellow, provided some
other fellow will get upon the Illinois
Democratio platform. Oborly is a
blaahful soul, and has not therefore for
a moment presumed to crowd forward
among the congressional aspirants the
Aliens, tho Tow nests, the Hartroli, the
Shannons, the Lemmas, the Murphys,
tho-Washburns, tho Casoys, and the
otber fellows. He is a retiring man.
andjkriows that among such luininariis
ho. cannot shine.
THE OLEMKNTS CONVENTION.
From the Mound City l'atriot.
Oberly says that tba Cooerasslonal Con
vention .wki called to order before tha
Alexander, Johnion aod HendolDh dale
?;aiei arrivea, wnicn was owing le aotima
ot co'nvenlair baler name! in tba call.
That the call did not name tha hour for
convening the oonventian wa admit, but
that tba counties above named ware aoi
represented at tbo time uf iba calliag to
order'or the convention ti a eiaiamani we
doclare latie. Mombars of tbe delegation
from each oro of theie countlei wore pre
sent at the time of convening, and no one
whs aumilloa as a oaleiate without pro
ducing credentials. "We really can't sea
why It was nacenary to lie about suob a
small thing as that. It looks at if tbe Op
poiltlon nad rallen pretty low.
Rkmakks hv Tiik Bulletin.
Hero is an issue between Till Bdlli
Lin and The Patriot.
Wo chargod that tho Clements con
jution was aallcd to order before the
Alexander, Randolph aud Johnson
county delogatca arrived. The Patriot
saya this is a lie, and asserts that
delegates from each of the counties
named wcro present at the time of con
vcuing,)tho convention and that no one
was admitted as a delegato without
Wo havo no de&uite information
about Johnson county, but we know
that Mayor Wood, the ohairman of the
Alexauder county delegation, did not
arrive in the hall until after Mr. Cle
ruouU had been nominatod. Mayor
Wood 'had in his possession tho cre
dentials of tho Alexauder oounty de
legation, aud was uot asked to produce
Nearly, if not all the Alexander
oounty delegation were absent whou
tlio o3uvuutiou was organized, and Mr.
Clemeuts nomination was hurried
through. This haste was made to pre
vent the Alexander delegation from
presenting another candidate. Mr.
Clements knew that members of the
Alexauder county delegation porferrod
auotiiur person, auu that.
notwithstanding tho instructions
of the littlo oliquo that met in tho Cairo
court house, thoy would havo presented
another candidate. To prevent this,
ho organized his packed convention,
and secured his nomination before
Alexander appeared in tho convention
or had an opportunity to he heard.
The Republicans of Alexander aro not
bound by the action of tho Clemcute
convention, from whioh they wore ex
cluded by a trick.
Randolph county also got into the
convention after the work had been
done, and made tho fact known by
complaints upon the floor.
The Patriot knows that what wo
havo said is true, aud it cannot de
tract attention from the fact by denying
what ever,' member of tbe convention
knows to bo true.
H. A. Thoau u. p. TXesu
THOM8 k BROTHER,
Huceesosrs to II. M.Uulsa,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BHOK I Bfi
sisajiu aMl raa7 UraMurlM,
foreign and DomesOa
IU Commercial Avenue,
OAIHO, . . ILLINOIS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. MILLKH, 1'reKldont,
J. 11. 1'llII.LIl'S, Vlee firtldenl,
tlUAf. CDNNlNdll AM, Cuhler.
00LLKUTIOH8 i'HOMFTLV MADK
KYrilArtfitt.iidn. banknote- id United
States aecurltlea twukht aud mid.
1 wfertst allowed on time deposits.
THE CITY NATIONAL
V. 1. HALl.IDAY. rre-ldeiil;
IIKN11Y L.. HALl.IDAY, Vice 1'rckldcU.
A. II. HAKKOKP, C'u-hler:
W'.KI.TKH II Yrtl.OI", ..unt -'ililt r.
HTA ATM TAY 1)11, H. H. CUNNIN11HAM
II. Ij. 11ALI.IDAT, . I . 1IAJ.HHAV.
O. I). Williamson, Stlmii:n llinn,
A. I). MAfrunu.
Exchauite, Coin and Uultedl States
liouus iiougni auu noiu.
DKl'OSITH rtieivtdaud a general hanking
ENTEIlPltlSK 8AVINUS UANK
CHaUTEUKI) march si, 1SUU.
CITY NATIONAL BAMK, OAIUO.
A. II. HAKKOKD, l'reldtiil ;
H. H. TAYI.Olt, VI.e.l're.ldeat ;
II. 1IYSI.01', nciretary and Treasurer,
If. Barclay, Ohas.Ualuiiiich,
V. 11. STOCKVLBTll, l'AUL 11. i-CML'll,
li. 11. CuNNrNoiiAM. li. L. Halliday,
j, ji. riiu.i.ii's.
INTKIIEST paid on deposits at the rate
ol six per cent, per annum, March lit and
September 1st. Interest not withdrawn Ii
added Immediately to the principal of the
deposits, thereby KllBK thou compound
MAKBIXD WOMEN AN!) CUILUUKN MAY
DXfOSlT MoitKY AMD NO ON X XLSK
CAM DBAW IT.
Open every buslne day from 0 a. m. lo 3
p.m., nnu saiu.uay evenings lor paiing. uc
posira oni), iroin a ion o'ciock.
W. HYi-Lor. Treasurer.
Cairo Box and Basket Co
oy ALL. KINDS, HAUU AND I01T,
Mill and Yard,
Conner S4th Street
and Ohio Levee
WALL oV ENT,
Manufacturers and Dealers la
QREEN AND SEA80NED
LUMBER khl) LATH.
l'OPLAB.OAK, (Jn-ltUS, AH1I, GUM
AKU UOTTONWOOD, hUH
DKKSSBD l'INK, AbU AKD 1'OP
LA It KLOOitlMO. CKILNO AUD
tSTOirico at saw mill ou corner of Twtii
iy-econu street anu uiilo Levee.
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Leveo, over Mathus & UhlV.
Voiif but firtt-chm Cumvanitt
, . . -
Safford, Morris & Candee,
IU Ohio Levee, City National Rank
Building, Cairo, III.
X ie oldest established Agency o Soutio
uiuuii, repreienung over
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
THE FOKTY-KIVTH ANNUAL
SKSaiO.N of .Siudlee in the
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Will begin on
MONDAY, SEITEMUKK 7tb, 1874.
For l'reipaotus, giving terms, initruc-
to parents, etv, -., appiy t or
KEV. JOS. Q. ZEALAND, B. J.,
St. iouii University, HI. Louli, Mo.
VfrioAtf Iron Work'
' - Of POSITS. a. '
JOHN rT. KENNIE, P,. i
JOBOKS AND fll'X riTTIHO,
NTS AH KNelINES,MII.l..NTXAaSUU-
Usnutaulureil sun repauvu.
special atuntlon k'vuu to light and heav
forulns;, hou. bridge, rullrosd and Jail work
and all work of a similar character.
Hteam and itM tlltlriK I" all il branches.
A full aaeortment ol Morris, 'larkcr A Co'
l'hllade'.pbla pipe and OltlUKf, llrssuoUs
etc.. ami rus llxturea tilwkTe on hand.
l'U'INO OF HOUSK KOK OAb
UAI) A srsuiALTY.
Avunt rur Uamcrim a Mioulal ateaiu pumi
and lioller fumlcr. The lipt manulaeturvil.
Coil's nataut eyunon numns, nU Judaou'i
patunt Kovrrnor and KOtcmor valve.
i ne loiiowini; eniriiits. uie,, lor saio :
Two ateamboat enitluev. 161 lueh burr ol
cylinder; five feat stroke, and In good ordei.
una euamonai snail anu crana; wroi iron
One enidnc for bnlstlnir frelKht: 74X10.
One lOA'Osaw mill enjlue, with abaft Ud
crank tor muly or jfanj; saw, seeoud hand.
una new a ii
t eriijlue; my own mumifao-
Also, a aauind-hand atave cuttlac ma
chine and Jatnter, and warehouse holitlng
maahme. In aruod order.
KSKinei ana macniuery or an aiaua bougu
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer Iu
So. 7 Ohio Levee, OAIUO, ILLS
garspeclal atleution glvtu to uonalKU-
aaunu anil auinjcoriinrs. ii-iii
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
No. XX O Olilo Xsovoe
i THE CAIRO CITY
i - ai- a,
Are prepared to supply customers
j with tba best
tarilalllday llrii.'c olllce, N'o. 70!
Oliiii Levee; !
IiaTAt Kiryptlan Hlll; nr 1
13 At the coal clinnn. fn.it n)
Siuiil Isineisiali la. Liri Co&suaers
To the Kdltornf Tll IIullktin:
Mtkkmkd KniKND: You will please iu-
mini uur ruauerH luai i nave a positive
CURE FOR CONSUMPTION
and all disorders ol lhu Throat and Limns.
iu iiiui, nr in mo in my jiracueo, i nave
cured hundreds of rasec, and will b'lic
or a ruse i. will not benellt. Indeed, ko
trout; Is my faith, I will send a .Sami lk,
vnv.H, to any suifurer nddrexlns me.
j-icasi- auow una teller to any ono you may
'snow who is luffuriui; irom these diseases,
ind obllB,;KiiHhlily Yours," '
DR. T. F. BURT,
Wllllaau R(, nM Vor
NEW LUMBER YARD.
SKVL.STEKKTII HT. ANU COM.
lindcrsk'ned havloir astablislud a
sew lumber van! In connection with their
s nvmill, are prepared to furnish all kinds of
uuiming saarerini, hiicu as
l'INK, OYPRKS8, I'OI'LaU
And Ash flooring, Sldlnz, CellfDsr, Ac
Kpeelal attention Is railed to our Steam
boat. Waaon and Agricultural lninltiuani
ataterlal, which will lie nirnlshed on hborl
uotliia In large or small quantities.
A large stock of cheap lumbtr on baud at
our mill, .vtblch will bcaold altd to flu per
thousand iu carload lots, Also lath and
iiinijles rurnliheii in any quantity.
VIIAS. AiAnUASTRH it (.0.
Cairo, lib, August 1, 1871 S-'i-Jm
WOOLOT'S PAIN PAINT
Cure all klndi ol pains. Vor lala by
FINN AND METZ
, - m
Y' HOLES ALE
PURE DRUG S,
CiioniicaiH, Patent Modicinos, Porfunwry, Soups, Brushes,
Toilett Articles, Druggist'H Fancy Goods, Collier "Vhito
Lieiui mm utiier UraUes, J'aints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tibo Colors, Dye
StuflB, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Solicit correspondence and order from DniwlaU. I'lv.lM. n.t ii.n.r.l tin...
Iu want of jooda In our J.loe. Steamhost, 1'lanutlon and Kaiully Medicine cases luru
shrd or Kafllled with Mailable J)rut;s at Iteaionablc lutes'
VH0LSALB k RBTAIL, RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION,
74 Ohio Levee. Waalilngioii Are, cor. Wjjiitli St.
let iUH , i
d hoots zmj
; 'i :
A man lutendliif to do business must
Brst prepare himn ir to mret the re
ulremenlM of IiIh cuslomera; next he
must let every possible or probable
customer know that ho Ik so prepared.
In u very small place lie mny TKI.Lall
Urn people nlmt he cnmlo. Iniilnnre
Tillage a printed handbill, posler or
circular, properly illslrilmtcd, vtlllhe
cflicaclauv, but WHOEVER IS IN A
PLACE LAItW: KNOUdll TO SUV-
1'OHT A NEWSPAPER WILL FIND
THAT IT IS THE CIIEAPEST.MED1UM
TIIKOUGir WHICnTO AHDItESSTHE
AllVEKTLSE IS '
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
Keel I lie r mid Wholesale Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUORS AND WINES.
' NO!" LEVEE,
nn and oil
ii 1 1 ision
SMYTH &. CO.
. , ,,No. CO Ohio Leveo,
Boot & Shoe
nr tweet) Tenth and KteVenlh SlrecU,
Is prupaied to til) orders wllbout dalar.
He has a Hue ttock of lnij.rtid luather ou
hand. Just received froui Nivcrk, aixl ha
put down tke prices to tie loweit uotih.
B-l '.'tu '
ICJE! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS Sl CO-,
T.ileKlrat plraviirf in announcing t
t!ic) ; i- now pirp.ireil to supply e el) body
with lakt ol tin; very bct qiullty, elUicr
at tLelr iboiisi'S or.at" the store. .'Orders
liquid It lull at tint offlcr, No. 00 Ohio
AT WILOOX'S IH.OCIC KOIt l.is)
B. F. PARKEK,
(Suoeessor tu Parker k Illuko,)
PAINTS & OILS
And the celebrated llluuilnstlng
Broii' Hulldlnf, 11th Bt.& Oomarclal Ay