Let- j J- u .
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
TilUKSDAY, NOVBMBEI. G, 1871.
Somebody (o take from us a thousand bill
beads, goou paper and finely printed, for
93. W to 4.00.
One thousand statement printed at Tub
Hullitin office for 3.b0 to 4.0O.
On (hnuaand notn heads urintcd at Tub
UuLurttN office for fl.00; two thousand for
One thousand business card, fine llrlstol
board, printed at Tine Hullictin office tor
from fi.tiy vo fu.w, accoruing to size.
Get your oysters at the Dolm onlco.
Athivkuu, Susan Denln attbo Albe-
Rooms to rent
the lowest price,
Wilcox's block, at
Till Democratic-Liberal majority in
Perry county la reported at '.260. Glory I
Tna Best oysters at tbo
Date X.INKQAB Is a happy convert
the good cause of the opposition.
If Vimnrmmv ha don't caro. Ifo (s
torrx though, mad mmy not rwarif.
Tnc A-emocratlcLlberal majority in
Jaclci on couatjr Is reported at 275. Thun
The Democratic-Liberal majority in
Alexander is reported at 213, O, Lord ;
Fresh oyster! or anything olio you
want at the Delmonico Restaurant npon
day and night.
Turns is no doubt that Col. Winston Is
elected representative in the general as
sembly. It thundered all around the sky on
Tuesday, and tbo clap in Massachusetts
Mr. l'ora looked like the last roso of
summer yesterday, and Mr. Munn was
Invisible to tho naked oyo.
Fob Rent. Cottage, No. 32 Tenth
atreot, between Washington and Walnut.
Require or Chas. Lann, or at The Uulle
TIN office 335.10.lUf
Tux DemocratiC'IjIberal majority in
Union Is reportod at 1,000 sure, and prob
ably 1,100. And now let us go home in
Pluck a pair or tbeso elogant euro
mos tor sale, at six dollars, retail price
ten dollars. Apply at tho Bulletin Or-
Canda, of tho Cairo and Ht. Louis rail
road, was in the city jostorday, with
Smlthers, agent of tho European bond
holders. Mm Huban Denik, now playing an
engagement A the Athenoum, Is a very
excellent actress and ought to draw
Cotne'b oyster depot and rostauran
Oysters in tho shell and can, frosh ovory
day, at l'bll Saup's old stand, botwoen
Sixth and Seventh slreots, Cairo, ill.
Rot Wanted. At this oflico who un
derstands feeding Cordon's and Dcgner's
presses. Address or apply to fornian job
room, this office
The Sr. Charles Hotkl lias sovoral
pleasant rooms on tho upper lloor, suita
ble for gentlemen, that can bo secured for
tho winter, with board, at very reasonable
W.Twiao, of tbo St. Louis Grocery,
lias 500 pounds ot cboico Iowa and Indi
ana butter on hand and for sale, at the
lowest cash prico. 't
At Half-mast. Tho' flag on tho Arab
Kogine house was at half-mast yesterday,
out ot respect to the memory of William
Boge, deceased, who was a member of
Fob halb or rent, cheap a good
second hand piano. Enquire at tbo J.a1.
road House, cornor of Eighteenth streot
and Commercial venue, Cairo.
VRaitHun-LY. Mr. l h'Uzgerald lias
Juat received nnd baa on aale at bis eslct
room, a large stock of Knellsh ale.
llennessy brandy and wines, and iinuore
- iui, huil'u ue win uisposo of at
rcuuuBDjo prices. -DU-8-i.'iJ.Im
feathers; feathers .' i
A largo lot of now primo livo geeso fea
thers for sale in quantities to sul; the pur
chasers, at lowest marxst prico.
3&-J-1C-2T-3W 1)5 Ohio Levee.
Every member is lequosted to meet at
tho Engine House this 5th day of Novem.
ber.at ten o'clock,sharp,lo attend the funer
al of our late brother W. Boge.
Committee af arrangements.
New Oaiko Citt Coal and Wood
Yard. Go to C. W. Wheeler 4; Co. for
r.ttstmrg, Grand Tower and Illinois Coal
Wood always on band and sawed
Attention, Caiuo Casino! -Every
mtmner is expected at tbo hall this Tburs
day, the 6th day of November, at 1 o'clock.
sharp, to attend the funeral of their late
"other, "Win. Boge.
RxmnoLii V. Belzneb, Sec'y.
ur j if .. TT
ii-uuicure ii Air, o, J', Whoeler is
tbo father of a new boy, but wo would
nave eeen terribly angry If we had'not
found conization In the result of the lato
"lections. As long as we can rejoice in
"uusre.ic victories, what do we care for
LnuacH Sociable, The monthly ,0.
clablo of the Episcopal Church and Rec.
tor's reception, will beheld tthe rtsl.
denes) of the Rev. Chas. A. Gilbert, on
Ssvecth (trest this eveolag,
Tbo lnvHtlon to att.nd Is general.
I.uncii KvKnv Dxr. Goorgo I.attnor
cornor of I ouueon.a mm iimuiusiun
avonuo, will furnish horoaltor, evory day
to hit patrons a No. 1 lunch, between the,
hours of ten and twelve o'clock. Fresh
Mllwaukoo beer and fragrant Hav
ana clean to be bad at till bar at all
tlmos. , ,
Lumiieu Still Ooino Down. As wo
aro uotorminou to cioso out our hock
epocdlly, preparatory to winding up bus
lnci, wo will (Oil all kinds of lumbar nt
two dollars per thousand less than mar
ket prices. A largo lot of lath and stovo
wood on hand, which will bo sold at cor
roipondingly low rates.
Wall, & Kxr.
WBbavoat the Uullktin Orrtrs an
order for fifty dollars on tho "Wilson
Sowing Macblno Company" which Is good
for He faco as part payment on a sovonty-
flvo dollar sowing machine, Any porson
tn want of a first class sowing maohlno can
get a soventy-fivo dollar one for fifty dol
lari, by applying at this oiuco. u
A Good Chance. 1 oflor for salo tho
entlro outfit and stand of tbo St. Nicholas
Hotel, on Commercial avenue, Cairo, 1111
nols, with a good paying business, or 1
will sell the bar and fixtures separalo
from tho outfit of the house, all on good
tori. Apply at the botol.
Wm. VffzzKt., Proprietor,
2Jotick of RkMOVAI Parker A Ax
ley, commMlon merchanU, havo removed
to So. 100 Commercial Avonuo, between
Klevonlh and Twolfih Streets, wboro they
havo in store 2,000 bushels of line peach
blow potatoes, vnd a largo lot of apples,
onions, boans, etc., etc., for salo.
430.1 1.31 w
-At "Our Saloon," Eighth street, bo
twoon Commercial avonuo and Oblo levee,
tho hungry may find all kinds of edibles
herring, saussge, cheese, Ac , and tho
thirsty tho finest ol wine and liquors,
fresh lagor boor, and tho bost brands ol
cigars. Attentlvo bar-keepers aro always
on band; and tho lunch set dally, at 10
o'clock, Uundaya Included, is as flnu as
any in the city. Call around. 10-22 t(
Newly-fitted, finely furnished barber
shop by Oeorgo Stelnhouse, corner Com
mercial avenue and Eighth streot. Years
of practlco havo givon him a light band
that makes a smooth shavo dollghtlul.
All who try him onco will call again.
All the late dally papers aro kept on bis
table for tbo benefit of his customers, ind
there is no tedious waiting for turns,
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Great Jackson Freuui.' Route,)
OrrtcB Fr't Ao't, Cairo, Ills.,
November 4, 1874. )
N.'O- J. & G. N. R. It., Miss. Central R
It., Miss, i Tonn. R. R., Co&solidatod.
From this dato no froighls will bo re
celved for shipment by this roiid until fur
ther orders. II. F. Ri.uk, Agont.
Benefit to the Geiiman School.
The freo lunch given by Mr. Edwin Hue!-
ner for the bunetlt of the Uorman-Amorl
can school, Tussday ovenirg, was largely
attended. Tho table was well supplied
with oyster soup, salad, moats, etc. Mr.
H. turned over to tbo treasurer of the so
ciety between liftoen and twonty dollars,
tho receipts from the salo of boer donated
by the Hchlltr. Milwaukeo brewery com
pany. Daily aiUNCu. .laccKui is now sproal
ing a dally lunch of the finest kind, bo
twoen 10 and 12 o'clock a. m., and invites
all his patrons to partake. Jaeckel has
also Ilttod up a room in the rear ot hii sa
loon, In which he will servo oystors in all
styles. Gcntlemon with ladies can bone
commudntod with aflno table and oysters
n any style. Milwaukeo boer always
Ircsii. Oorner asblnhlon avenuu and
Twelfth etroet, opposito The Bulletin
MILLINERY, TBIMMINd And i.VNOY
Store. Miss Burnsldo desires to call tbo
tttontion of tho ladios to her full and
complote Una of millinery and fancy
goods just oponod in thoAthoncum build
ing on Commercial avenue. Her stock
consists of a full assortment of fall hats
Java canvas and patterns, a full lino of zo
pbyrs, all colors, feathers, Fronch flowors,
ribbons, and a general assortment of fancy
ortlcles, siuu as nro kept in a millinery
Joe Konkkeris now m lull control of
the Washington Imkory, and having
learned the wants of tho public, is pro.
pared to supply on call all demands for
Fronch loaf, Boston, Brown and Graham
biead, .rid overytbln8 0lfa ordlnarlli
found In a ilrst.class bakery. Hn main.
tains a full stock of confectioneries, and
can, u well as any other doaler In tho
city, fill all orders In that line.
Ualtos baked, frosted or ornainanin,!
ahort notice. Special attention glvon to
...u w.uui. u. tivuuuiu or picnic pnrtlor,
.icbt Arrived. Mr. Kblers, tbo boot
and sboo man, Twontloth street, botweon
varuington avonuo and Poplar stree
ua just rscolved, according to provlou
announcement, from Henry Arthur, lin
porter of leathon, Now York,
And evorytblng elso pertaining to tbo
making ol lirst-class boot and sboo work
Tl,n. f... ...
.-v.o ustuim iDo, wear nro invited tn
call and cxamino this stock, the finest
Drought to Cairo. 307-10 'JO-tf
New Lumiier YAR.,-Chas. Lancm
r, ana -ow;on Jtlco. flatu win,
8. AValtors) both well known to our
.....sour, anu iu river men genorally, havo
o.uiisueu a lurnbor yard in Ca ro. cnr.
nor .Sixteenth stroot and Commercial avo-
nue. ibey will keop every dcscrlnilnn
vi omiuing material una steamboat lum
as !...( If ... .
ner, dcors, sasb, blinds, mouldlniri
blngles, lalb, etc, otc, and aro determtnn,!
to sell lower than lumber has ovor been
old In Cairo, They lolloit a fair trl.l
from steamboat men and builders, and
will guarantee satisfaction in all cases.
ROM, OK HONOR.
OOM NO. 'I -THIRTEENTH STIIEKT ft IIOOl.,
Clara Igel, .
October 31, 1871.
It. Jones, fshionablo lWolmaknr, has
moved into his now houso licit to bis old
stand on Commercial aventto, and assures
his frionds that lio i better than over pro
pared to satisfy tbem In tho stylo, stock,
lit, otc, nf thoir boots and shoes. ,Au ovl
donco of his ability to satisfy ovorybodj,
may bo scon in thn fact thnt he is crowded
with work, and has been compslled to em
ploy tbrco moro firstc1ass workmen. Ho
manufactures every stylo of Soots or shoes
and uses only the be.t of material In nil
casos, whothor mnklng a cowhldo shoo
or a pair of tho finest French calf boots
Olvo him a trial. Satisfaction is gusran
tood. .iM.m a.a
I'lioToiiRAi'ini; Galleky. Gustavo
Wetzel's l'rotographio Art Gallery,
fotmorly'l'.T. Thomas), corner Eighth
streot and Commercial avonuo. Every
thing pertaining to tho photographic art
skilfully nnd elegantly executed. Tho
happy combination of a splendid light
and tbo best instruments, onablo mo to
tako ch'ldroti's pictures instantaneously.
Mothors, glvo mo n trial, if you desire
the sweet smllo of your chorubi preserved
forevor. Satisfaction glvon in evory
case, or no chango made. My prices aro
most reasonable. Carlos do visit, $3 por
dozen; Gems, six for $1. Call and be
Personal. Mr. and Mrs. James Shol
don, now residents of St. Louis, nro in the
city on a short visit.
Thomas Martin Etq., ot Gooso Island,
Is in tho city, stoping with his brother
William, on Cross stroot.
St" Nicholas arrivals yostordayjwere
as folio wine: Charles Woodruff. Mo.
Ctiy; U. W. Robortson, Carmi; Thos.
W. Chlldross, Carmi; W. Marsh, Carmi;
S. W. Hogcs, Rallird, Ky. Win. O.
Ompboll, Boston ; A. M Getlon, Smith
Tbo following names woro registered
at tho l'lantor'a House yesterday : J Her
mann, Villa Ridge; II Caser, Cobden;
Chas Sallnck, Now Orleans; T Thowen
thai, Memphis; James Libby, Chicago;
Henry Eskius, Milwaukee; Wm and O T
Evans, Clinton, Ky.
WHERE OOOIM ARK SOLO
Just received and for sale to the trado,
new buckwheat Hour, now hums and
breakfast bacon, cbo.'co butter, cranber
ries, pickles, mince meat, iVc. Also, wo
sell 4 pounds best Rio cotlee for 1. and
8 lbs. A coffee sugar for 51; besides, w
havo the largest stock of dry goods, boots
and ihoo.', on which wo shall offer extra
inducements. Only bouse in tho city suit
ing O, M. Hondcrson & Co s custom made
winter boot, 20 inch leg, and warranted,
for SI fiOpcr pair. Remombcr, goods sent
promptly to your house, and no charge.
115-51 New York Store.
I'eterion'h Journal for Decemiier
All Articlis Complete' in Each
Kumrer. Wo havo rcceivod the first
number of this magazine that for Do
cembsr. and can truly ray that this now
enterprise opens in tbo most promising
manner. This number contains twelve
flrst-clasi stories, all publlshod complote,
many ot tnem written liy authou of high
ability and reputation. "A Dangeroui
Marriage," by Nora Perry, "Mrs. Gntr
rlght's Story," by Floronco Porcy Alias,
"Stronger than Death," bj Eleanpr 0.
Donnelly, "By tho Sad Sea Wi-es,-'
"Told at Nigbtlall," "A Story of a Vlnal
grotto," etc., aro all unususlly excellent.
Wo may specify also a storr, callad "King
Solomon's Opal,' by Honry Pstorson, a
critical paper upon Bryant's "rhanatop
sis," two Interesting article-, cno upon
"Camp Lifo at tho Delaware Water
Gap," tbo other upon "To I'loasuro
Grounds and Drives of Waslilijlon," and
a good poem. To all those dislrini; H
Urst'Clais m.iga.ltio, a Urge iiajority cf
whose jnges nru dovotcd to tlo publica
tion of tho bost fiction rf tbo cay, wo can
rccemmoml this. Tbopublistcrs, former
ly connected lor many years with tho
Saturday Evening lbst and Tho Lady's
Friend, will, In tho management of ttis
now periodical, have tho benefit of a long
and varied experience. Tbo mechanical
getting up of tho ningizlno ia unexcep
tionable, the paper beijg excellent, and
mo cover decidedly bsnuoino and novo
in appearance. Torms, $3.00 a year, in
advance. An extra copy va 1 1 1 bo supplied
iroo ior nno yoar to any ponon sonding
ciuooi live luuscribor. ut JS each. Tho
poatago will bo prepaid by the. nublUb.r.
without oxtra charge, in nccordanco with
the now law. Spocimcn conies. 25 centi.
H, Petersou & Co , ICO Walnut street,
WHY IS THIS THUS ?
Ed. Bulletin; Allow 1110 to make 1
brio! remark through tho columns of you
paper concerning tho "continual expos
uro 01 sprituaiisrn. I am not n bollover
in tins uoetrlno, though it is a singular
fact that a groat many communications
aro puDinuitd horo in this city and
throughout thu whol country, purnort.
In,. I., a v ... .j- tl... lti....i ,, 1 .
.iiu uuiiiuui:, out 1 lor
anybody else that I know of), havo yet to
seo or hear of a single Instanco whero tho
author of such distinctly anil inlolllcontlv
exposes It, bamo will say, 'iWoll. I de.
claro ! that's tbo worst humbug on tbo
faoool tho earth; It's ridiculous! and how
absurd ' etc. Othors will writo a long
clamorous article, to somo publication, on
tho inbject giving their opinions of the
medium, and the Milrltual manHoRatlcns:
bow tllBV ares ConductM: whn hv. etc..
but tbey fall to glvo tbo faintest shadow
of an oxposuro. Why 'loo' wo of
thoso ".mart olicks," who aro anxious to
havo tbo public know that spiritualism I
riolhlpg hut a fraud, whtlo attending
these senncos, eiposo tbem In tho pros
enco of tho medium, Jnd thoso nssemblod
to wltnoss tbo spiritual performances?
Wboro is this trickery? How is it
dona ' Ieinon!trto tho facts conclu
sively ond explain them tborougly, you,
that are.convlocoJ of this "humbug,,' as
you say, If you with tbo pooplo to bollovo
you, and Ifyoiibfing cloar proof ot tbo
nmi-gonuineness of thoso phenomena,
yon may rost assured that tho mediums
will glvo you a"wldo berth,'1 theroby con
vincing the public in general. Hut if you
term nil tho spiritualists Impovera and
trickstors, without proving your assorttons
by t candid and logical explanation, you
cannot expect anyboJy to ylold to your
imperceptible opinions, at least nobody of
sound mind Or common sonso, without
some conceivnti'd facts based on truth,
1 noticed In Saturday morning's iisuo
of tho Uullktin a long article, on tbo
"Exposition of spiritual materialization,"
from a corrcspordent of the New
York Times, wriling from I'blladolpMa,
In which ho sayj! "It tako tho Allmlghty,
working by tatural laws, say twenty
threo years, to build up such a body as
that In wht'h Katie King makes her ap
pearance." Well, that beats all tho nr-
giimentilhat I orer hoarrd of. It It p-tal
bio tbata sane person could havo mado
such an experiment and llvo afterward?
thlnknot, unless ho did it Inrajoke,
and whit a good (?) joko It is, ton. If one
was to tako all tho sense out of It and
then squier.e it together, it would remind
ono of a Ick rabbit sitting on tbo top of
an old stimp, trying to swallow a wbolo
oar of cirn at once.
At prsent I cannot do any moro than
pondor iver tbts mystery,by which a largo
numberof pcoplo aro now making a liv
ing, aid will pationtly wait for further do
volcymcntf, nnd I hopo that In some
futiro day wo may nil know "how it is
ourselves." Truly Yours,
will E. Carson, M. 1).
Steamer .'im Flsk, l'aducab ;
" J V Mills, Hickman
" U U Cooks, Evansvlllo
" l'annle Tatum, .Mound City.
Sttamor Jim FIsk, PaUucsh
J W Mills, Hickman
" B U Cooko, Evansvill
" Kannio Tatum, Memphis
" Hickory, St. Louis
" Gen Andorson, South.
IlIVHl, WEATHER AND HUtlNKSS.
rho -Iver last evening was 3 feot 0
inches on tho gaugo, having fallen 2 2.0
inchos duting tbo previous 21. hours. Tho
woatbor !s very smoky from burning
woods, nml steamboats aro unable to run
after night. Business dull.
W.UI 1JF.it. HlVKIt ItKFOUT, )
."ovciuuer i, isit. j
The J. V. Mills, our present Hick
man jacket, is as neat, clean and comfort
abl a boat as comes to our wharf, Hor
(uWn is now and neatly furnished, and
sfio is fully supplied with overytblng nee
'ossary to socuro comfort and safety. Shi
baa great power for a boat of her size, and
is just tbo boat for tbo Cairo and Hickman
trado. Our people should seo to it that
she receives n liberal patronage.
ino J annio latum got out of tbo
Ohio by tho skin of hor teotb, as she was
drawing moro woter than is to bo found
in tbo rivor. Sho is much improved In
appearance since sho wont up tho Ohio,
Sbo mado no additions.
Th T.F Eckort has changed her quar-
tors at mo wnarf, und Is now moored
abovo Philljps Wharfboat.
Iho Hickory has as load of hickory
lumber for St. Louis, and h empty barge
ino n it uioke, brought out a slim
IN DISFUTABLE EVIDENCE.
.MO, 111., July a 1871
D., II11U.1I0, .N, V.! I
wUbto add my testimony to tliu'wonderliil
ejiruuv properties of your Alt. or Lit. or
Winn;, .nuiiiciti juscovcry. 1 nuvo taken
great interest in tho medicine allien 1 llr.t
u-ed lt. I was badly allllctoil with dvpeii
in, liver deranged and un ulmovt perfect
prostration ol the neivoiu kyatcin. ho
i.iiuiuiiii eoinpieieiiui ino in-covory elloct
a pcrlcct etini that It eecincd morn like
inuglc ami a perfect wonder to myself, and
almu iliittllinu wo havo never been without
a botlo or tbo Discovery nnd Piirgativ.i
Pelleli In the hou-c. Tbey are a olld,ouiid
lamll pliyhli'lun In tbo boutu nnd ready 11 1
iw it) hi uiu luun ui niCKtle!.
niiiHui eimrKc. yo nuvo never bad a tloc
tiirlnthehoiuo tlueii wo first beuaii tho
mociyuiirreiiau and Discovery. Ihau
seu-rul ovcro and complicated u8Ciurllni;
""wni hid lll! 01 moo I IIU'I I CI IK'S in
irum, as i tiiotight. an impmo ktato of tbo
Ii'ooil, and In no unn raw h iv tlmv fniini tn
more than accomplish all thoy aro claimed to
nu, i iii iimy mention ono at remarkable,
iiuuiifcii uuuiu (;io jiiu (uueimj, rienry
hotter, fiirnltiiro dealer, of tliU place, who
WHS onenf Ilia most lilllliil nlilei'tH nv.
ncuii, in i.iuu Mvoncn out in Miapo, scales
and crupfons without end, pxtendiiiK to Ms
body, which a i compUtely coorcd with
blotches ami heales. N'nililii" tlmi in. .
Wfinedto oUect it n partlele. I lloally l.
duceil h tn to iis n fiuv iinttli'H nr t)i Wi
den Medical DUcovery, with dally uso of
Pellets, assuring lilm it would surely cure
.,v . UIIIIUUJIl'Ull no utv piiuhiii. weoU
since, taking two Pellets osch mgbt for a
week, then one each nlalit. uml tho Dlm'nv.
ery ai dlreetcd. Tlio result Is, lo-ilay his
akin U perfectly smooth, and tbo scaly erup
tions aro gono. Ho has taken coito sown
or c'ght bottles In all, and rnii.tdeni hlniielf
j ureu. Tbi, t.lSo bad hallled tbo ill of our
Lent ltttvkAi i..LD.. M.t..r..u.i
I I .llllll, .'UllllfKI .V 1.0,,
uniWiHi', of this plaeo, Jto selling largely ol"
jv,u uituiuiin'i mm too iioiniiuu slcaillly in.
creaie, Rnj xiey gV0 perfect satisfaction
every case. Ilespectlully,
1.1-111.-1 00(1 Wit ,V. Jl UIIAMAL1.V,
Agt, Am, K.p, Co,
J I hi. Ft. In.
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OFFICIAL. RETURNS FOR
Tbo following aro tho official returns nf
tbo election held on Tuesday, Novem
ber Sll ;
Charles Carroll, dom nOO
'Iliomas Ridgway, rot 28ii V
flt'l'EIH NTENDEMT rUMI.K! IN-.TRUCTIOV.
S M Ktler, dom 312
Wm II Powell, rep 281 .8
Wm. Uartzell, dom 298
Isaac Cloments, rep 2'J7 1
HErRESENTATlYKH IN (I EN, ABSKMHLY.
C. Winston, dem OOIJ
F E Albright, dem 23
M J Inscoro, rep , 702
P 11 Kroh, ind 05
J B Thorp, farmer l'.l
C Musson, farmor i 1
A II Irvin 601
J. Hogan 235
J 11 Oosimeti 108
F M Ward 240
For Special tax
ijalt.it Special tax 113-172
SOUTH CAIRO PRECINCT.
Chas Carroll, dem 37C
Thos Ridgway, rep 220100
SUPERINTENDENT TUBLIC INSTRUCTION
S M Etter, dem U7G
Win B Powell, rep 211 1C2
Wm Hartzell, dem 3d I
Isaac Clements, rep ; 208 17C
REPRESENTATIVES 1 NjdtNEII U. ASSEMBLY,
C Winston, dem 53,'i
F E Albright, dem 13
PU Crow, Ind i 11 i
J B Thorp, farmer 10 j
() Musson, farmer 1
A H Irvin 533 '
J II Gossiuan 2SC
John Hogan 133
K M Ward 105
Tbos Wilson 409
For Special Tax loo
Against Special Tax 72 !'7
GOOSU ISLA.VD PRKCINCJ'.
Chas Carroll, dom 09
Thos Ridgway, rep 4010
suit, runuo INSTRUCTION.
S M Ettor, dem CI
Wm 11 Poweir. rep 3721
Wm Hartzsll, dom 02
Isaac Clements, rep 3725
REPRESENTATIVES INOSSN. ASSEMBLY.
C Winston, dem 174
M J Inecore, rep 100
J B Thorp, farmer 10
A H Irvin 101
John Uogan ?tt
J II Gossman 17 50
Thomas Wilson Gl
F M Ward 31-30
For spocial tax U
Against spocial tax U3
Thomas Ridgway, rep
Charles Carroll, dem
Wrn B Powell, ren
S M Ettor, dem
Isaac Clements, ret) 3H
Wm Hartzell, dem 241 1
C Winston, dom ltfl
M J lnicoro, rep 1 1
J B Thorp, farmer 131
F E Albriiibt. dem 10
C Musson, farmor lj
A II Irvin OS
J II Gossman 01
Tbomss Wilson 81
Against Tax Oil
l or lax 018
Charles Carroll, dom 17
xnomas Jliugway, rep 143
SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,
S M Ettor, dem 17
Wm li Powol), rep H 3
Wm Hartzell, dem 17
Isaae Clements, rop 11 :i
C Winston, dem 431
F E Albrluht, dem 3"
PHKrob. Ind 11
M ,1 lnicoro, rep 30
A II Irvin
John Hoan 1 1
J 11 Gossman 4
Thomas Wilson 18
For Tax 21
. r,M (JolI, dein.. , CO
-nomas uiugway, rop
SUPERINTENDENT PUIILIC INSTRUCTION.
S M Etter, dom CS
Win li I'owell, rep 29 27
Wm HarUell, dem 51
Isaac Clemonts, rop
F E Albright
J II Thorp
P H Kroh
M .1 Inscoro
A H Irvin
,1 II Gossmau.,,1
F M Ward
For tax im..m,.,m. ,,,,,
pii I'm )mm
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF CONFF.C
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
)o not buy old humiii'h, that havo been lupf over tin
suiiiiiior niitl !iro sluk, flaiming liomo liimiijl'iicliiro. A
see (0 vour woiirlit. Kvorv bnv on1ii.
net, or G ounces over live jiouiids. ' Hpiucniber tlio ))l.'icf
Corner 8th St. and Washington Av.
1 he Only Place in tho City where
Thrown out by tbo canvancrs
Charles Carroll tlO
Thomas ltldgway lfi 11
SUPEKINTKNtlEST PUUI.lt' INSTRUCTION
o M r.uur "j
Thomas ltldgway 14-11
Wtn Hartr.lj.. ; 25
Isaac Clements. , H 11
C Winston .13
K1C Albright in
M ,1 Inscoro.
J II Thorp...
A It Irviu,
s ii urn ip.
J 11 Gossman,,.,
John Hogan I i
FM Ward 3
Tbom u Wilson ?,
Against tax V,
for tax 2-X
Tjomas ltidgsiay IG
Charlta Carroll :u 17
SUPF.RINTE.VIIEaT PUI'LIO INsTRUlTION.
Wm IS Pow'ell 4i
S M Etter liti -17
Isaac Clemonts , tt
Wm HarUell 3U 11
C Winston T7i
M J Inscoro 1M
P H Kroh 1U
J II Thorp l'.'j
F E Albright 0
A II Irrln 03
J II Gossman 13
John Hogan 20
KM Ward 7
Thos Wilson 2i
F M Ward as
For Tax U-5
Thos Eidgway 51
Charles drroll 477
SUIT. PUIILIC INSTRUl-riON.
W II Powell II
8 M Etter 477
Wm HarUell 51
Isaac Clements 474
M ) Inscoro
V 11 Kroh
.1 H Tbcrp....,
F K Albright.
Mil Kill FF.
A II Irvin .,.., 10J
I II Gossman 78
F M Ward 28-t5
Thomas Wilson 6,'
F il Ward :i 82
Against Tax (4
Fos Tax a o
1 OOK1"-'1'- AV
J-EVyKNi;E.-P. 1.. Wll..
MAMH. I )ll II t Fat . 111. i.llVur. nn
hand a fresh aupply of Nliro Oxltle or
Laughing Oa. Teeth extracted al al
hours, day ami nliiht. I'-lT-tf
A. IlLACK, II AS JUST RECEIVED AN
OTHER INVOICE OF TII0&E FINK SCOTCH
IIOTT.M, OR EXTENSION HOLED SHOE1 IN
KVERV STVLE, FOR LADIES MISSES AND
CIIILDRF.N, THAT HAS 01 YEN SUCH GEN
ERAL SATISFACTION TO Et ERY ONE.
NO NEED TO WEAR METALIC TIPS TO
PROTECT UPPER, "P. COMPLAIN OF SHOES
SCUFFINO OUT AT TOKK, FOR THESE, ARE
11V THEIR EXTENSION boLES Allli bl FFI
CIKNT PKOTKimON AND COMIINK THAT
ELKOANCE AND DURAIIILITV, WITH COM-
oin NorrovALKii ny any other jiakk,
10 .101- PUIKIIASr. FOR YOFRtELF, 01
YOUR CHILDREN, ANY SHOES I1EFORE YOU
HAVE EXAMINED THESE, FOR HIKV ARE
ASSUREDLY THE SllOilS YOU WANT. I'ITt
SHOE STORE, CORNER ElOIITIl STREET.
and Commercial avenue.
Rott. Wood & Oo
I'oiiiituliiH, V.i-en, Animals, Iron Ntulr.i.
Lamp PoMs, Stable rilllim.i,
JAST, WHOUGIIT & WIRE RAILINGS
Concert ntul Lecture Halls.
Ami a Cicurral Assortment of
mental Iron Work
C, N. liUGHES, '
Gencvnl Iiisumiico Agoni,
Ohio Leveo, over Mathus & Uhl's.
KSfA'ono but fint'chm Compnnm
You can get a Complete Assortment.
N KVV ADYJORTISKMENTS
Few lliglil. Onlj
ll'ltiin off .urn j I a r.i-, mm i
Siipporti-.l by a Carefully Se ct U.i.
tiT.NocMrn charge lor ltescrvc:! s-at
i, i.i- ui;isincii bi uariman s h'ore,
E. MAXWELL & CO.,
No. fllfl North .Main St. M , I.- JUS '
il.-Atji iiti loi Kr n 1. n V
Cual.n'i) Wood Vard.
nilOJiLUU AIM) UjIjUNUI
i i iiiiriiii 1 1 t ri i -Ti"v i -- w a ,
S T 0 V E W 0 0 U
hept woHantlj on Ii-uhI ,.t Itos,' Yanl
Coininereul sw-nur, oppoite Ilron' Ittnid
Order- promptly HIM. i .1 and Won
ueluereil iree of hai,i-. Term c tr. t'i
B. F. PArlKhft,
(Sucr-ossor to Parker A llinkr ,
Deaier I n
PAINTS & OILS
WINDOW SH tii:.-
Ainl I lie celebrated Illuminating
llro' llmldlng, 11th HI. A: Oomorcial Av
ssv A Wft
T. J. KERTH.
3EER.WAR.Ti ORTH & CO.,
JIOLLOW VAREO-, ;
.Munulacturop and Johborof !
I.V, BURET 1I10N and COPPHK-'
dunlin, lllrd Cage, Ico Cream l-'ieee-eis I
liter Coolers, Wlro Cloth lor Win.
ilow creeinIapiineil Ware, '
uuuoriiig ana dou worici
MADK A Sl'KOIAI.lTV. 1
Afcnt lor tho
GAHltY IRON ROOFING CO.
Tho best Iron Hooting In tho .Market.
Orders Horn Abroad will Itcceive Prompt
Work done with Dispatch ond Warranted
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