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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TIIURSDAV MORNlllf NOVEMBER 7, 187b.
yy R. SMITH, M. D.
Office aud Retldene s
NO. t THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO, ILL'
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
t Jetital Surgeon.
Omcl-No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Elk'btb nod J IntU Slreeut
jyi ,W. C. JOCELYN,
OKKICE-ElgUtU 8trct, near Commercial Avenue.
OFFICK-Oblo Uim, bet. Fourth and SUth iti.
JJNEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE US Commercial Avenue.
St. Louis, Cairo' and Paducah Packet
8PLEKDIDSIDnVHELrFREmT AND PAS-
DE SMET, S4i
JOH BRC5HR....A. Master.
JOHN LBAMEN .' Clerk.
Leaves Cairo every Wednesday at f p.m. for redu
ab. . -
Leave Cairo every Thuraday at 8 p m. for St.
For freight or passage apply on Hallldey & Phillips'
wharf-boat, or to JAJlts bious, .
iMES BIGGS, Agent
04, Ohio Levee.
For Colnmbns, Hickman and New Madrid
SiA T. T. HILLMAN, Si
JOSEPH lAMBROS Master.
"LEAVES CAIRO EVERY
TUESDAY,THURSDAY and SATURDAY
For freight or passage apply on Halllday A Phil
11 pa' Wuarfboat,orto
v . . . . JAMES BI009, Agent.
54 Ohio Lave.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
Foot f onrUi it
Sp.a. ' '
Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'tj.
8:W a. m.
10:S0 a. m.
4 SO p. tn.
U a. tn.
& p. m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morning Daily In Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AXD COC.NTY.
TT7 LOCAL REPORT.
i StoNn Orriri. i
Caino, III., So 7. '878. (
Time.. Bar. Tber. Hum. Wind. Vel. Weather.
S:e'.ro 30.10 . 1 5rt T 7 Fair
11:11 J0.04 W M HW 10 Clear
IS p.m. Sffltft 71 4!. rt U Clrar
i:4" W.M . TO 44 8 15 Cloar
Maximum Thermometer. 71; Minimum Tber,
monitter, &H o ; Rainfall, 0.U0 Inch.
W. H. RAY.
Brc't 8unal Cotpi, U. . A.
Oo and bco the hand made calf boot for
sale liy O. Haythoru & Co. Price, i. 50.
Bit your school books of A. W. Pyatt Si
Co. Thcir Btock is complete, and their
prices such as defy successful competition.
Pon t Rood shave for ten cents, a good
hsir cut for twenty-five centa, go to Henry
Bcbick's barber shop, No. 142 Commercial
MATTERS OF LOCAL IMPORT.
Police circles are unusually quiet.
No new cases of sickness yesterday.
Mr. Elijah Dickeraon, treasurer ot
township 10, rauge 2, was in Cairo yester
day. A1 large number of citizens accom
panied the remains of 'Squire Shannessy to
to the gravo yesterday.
Unless the official figures materially
change matter as they stood last evening
Judge Allen is defeated by a majority of
not less than 250 votes.
Esquire Martin and J. II. Mulcahy, of
Goose Island precinct, were lu the city yes
terdft)7 the former being the bearer of
the precincts poll books.
Mr. Nick Huusaker, of the newly
named Lake Milligan precinct, came to the
rlty yesterday bearing from the sovreigns
of that locality the election news we pub
llsh in another column.
Has the Sun the documents to exhibit
for the statement that W. B. McCullougb
Is captain of the Ruthl . In some minds
there If a lurking impression that McCul
lough is first clerk of the Josie Harvey.
The report; that a young man of this
city drew a big prke In the Havana lottery.
seems to be well founded. One of his
friends "got full" on receiving such an as
surance, and sought a loan, in advance, of
The Supreme court of Illinois Lu ren
dated a decision walch may be of interest
btre during the coming winter. It is to
the effect that a city cannot by ordinance
compel a citizen to remove snow from the
Idsvralk in front of his premises any more
than to remove obstructions from the mid
die of the street. Nearly every munlcipa
corporation Las an ordinanco of the kind
which the highest judicial authority in 111
nois 1ms now declared null and void, and
lines for a uon-eoinpliiinee with such ordi
nances are a prolific source of revenuo iu
seasons when snow storms are frequent.
Frank Jones camo down from Bantu
Fc yesterday, mid called at tlio Bclletin
oflico to wish tho establishment good
speed, and to assure us that lio is still kick
ing ngaiust n foreclosure of the mortgage
held upon his symmetrical person by his
majesty of the sulphurous region.
The election for officers that took place
during a recent meeting of the E. S. and L.
S., of this city, resulted as follows: Presi
dent, A. H. Robiuson ; Vice-President,
Miss Mollie Riley ; Secretary, George S.
Fisher ; Assistant Secretary, Miss Jennie
McKenzie, and Treasurer, Thomas Morgan.
By tlie election of Mr. Jack Hodges
the people have secured in our sheriff's and
collector's oflico a man who knows what to
do and how to do it. His experience dur
ing the pa-t two years has familiarized him
with all the requirements of both positions,
and, possessing the required courage and
industry, he will fill the post in a manner
that will not fail to be acceptable to the
The election of Mr. John Hodges to the
office of sheritT, in this county, by a large
and very decided majority, is a high com
pliment to him, and one that ho will uot
faif to appreriate. His opponent, Capt,
John II. Robinson is a popular gentleman,
as strong a man, moat likely, as could have
entered the field. He is a man against
whose capacity and personal integrity noth
ing defamatory could be said, and for that
reason the compliment to Mr. Hodges is
Tho editor of the Pinckneyvillo Inde
pendent says, but we don't believo him,
that "there is a chap in Cairo whom they
call Tom Morganna we suppose because
he visits Anna so often, ne is barefooted
on top of his head, wears a rich Scotch
brogue, spends his shekels on the good
looking women , and if he don't quit 'cod
ding' our Perry county infant 'Bill' Wheat
ley, he will be permanently located at the
Morgue or Anna asylum." All that is left
for us to do now is to wonder whether or
not the. hearse will sport plumes on the oc
casion of that editor's funeral.
The endurance of some men is wonder
ful, as has been illustrated in the case of
one of the candidates for a county office.
Sleep and food with him, during the past
ten days, were superfluities with which be
bad nothing to do. On his feet or in the
saddle eighteen hours out of the twenty
four, he appeared to have no need for rest,
and now that the canvass is over, he is as
sound as a dollar. When he "goes for a
thing" he believes in going for it with his
hole heart and soul, and his triumphant
election shows that he understood the value
The voters of Santa Fe precinct are
good men, of average intelligence, but tho
inen whom they constitute judges and
clerks of election, do not always agree as
to the qualification of voters and tho form
of election returns. When Mr. Hodges
was a candidate against Joel fl. Morgan, he
lost the vote of the whole precinct because
of Rome informality in the returns. On
Tuesday a difference is said to have arisen
iftween the officers of the election, that.
for a time, threatened to wind up opera
tions; but better counsels prevailed, and
the election passed off without further hin
drance. But wo have no word of rebuke
to administer. If u man lias an opinion, he
ought to "stick up" to it.
-The Extravaganza of "Evangeline"
that will be presented iu this city Saturday
evening next, is a native American produc
tion; but differing widely from the objec
tionable French article which we know un
der that generic name. The text does not
seem calculated to draw a blush to the
cheek of any young person; there is no
trespassing upon dangerous ground; and, if
the action is sometimes a little coarse, it is
not dirty, which is a great deal more than
can be said for tho representations which
genteel New York audiences think it prop.
er to applaud. Geo. W. Howard has con
siderable power of facial expression and a
knack of imitation ; he dresses absurdly, he
acts indefatigably, and he keeps the audi
ence heartily amused. The Lone Fisher
man is not only ouo of the great bits of the
performance, but so eminently good that
we may call It a distinct dramatic creation.
Capt. Dietrich creates a peat deal of laugh
ter by getting himself up in a ludicrous
likeness of Oen. Butler, and there is much
clever fooling by some of tho minor charac
ters, including two gentlemen who perso
nate a heifer, and in that disguise execute a
dance jointly. "Evangeline" may bo set
down as one of the Jolliest productions of
For fint-clai3 boots and shoes do to 0.
Haythora 4 Co.'s.
Wasted A stou boy to run a Gordon
press. Apply at The Bulletin office.
A TOfNo gentleman wants a good room
and room-mate. Address "B," care of Bt?L
If you would save money, buy your
school books, stationery, etc, of A. W. Py
att & Co. Their stock is full, and a little
inquiry will satisfy you that their prices are
as low as the lowest.
We want a pseisman a young man who
is willlug to work in (ho Job oflico when
uot employed In tho preas-rooin. Tlir cyl
inder presses will occupy about balf his
time, the balance of his time can be utiliz
ed in some other department .
Cairo's vote, on Tuesday Is given below,
together with such fragmentary returns ns
wo received during the afternoon.
i 1 1 1 1 1
121 161 81 115 87 CM
w 115 170 m iao eui
& 11 7 85 U W
lailUi 8ill5 87 fifi?
5 11 1 l U 69
mM 6010V 87 657
WiUS 170 llHlaO Kli4
5 IS 7 IK M 01
lftS'175 83111 4 689
I 84 1011 m 118 1HI fit5
I 4 9 iio 10 49
JS1 lfll 84 111 85 fiW
91 115 170 127 W8 CXI
4 U S Iftl 14 tU
4 1KB 177 7 830 1848
1 9U lt 87 6B 47 iib
ill -Hi m 3H 3K9 1670
49 114 H 104 47 334
11(1 114! 77 12 63 4911
10 ITS 165 140 ISA 7iM
Ml(l6 S9I05 90 454
34 50 19 15 14
75 108jl59 li!4 113 579
121 W! 80 IH7 99 5Rr
85 119 la 118 IVo lllti
4 I'i 3 8. VI
120 14t)!l3A 108 03 513
111 M S3 SV 13 107
iltelMIIlSlll 8ti 803
85 85l 4b 48 Itt 193
NAMES OF CANDIDATES.
For Slate Treasurer
K L. Cronkrlto, U
John 0. Smith, R
E. N . Hale , N .,
For Supt. Public Iuatrue'u
hamuu I M. Eiter, 1
.1. F. Hlade. It
Frunk 11. Hall, N
For Clerk Supromd Court
Jacob 0. Chance. 1)
Aduu Kunpli, It
John 1'. Htella. N
For Clerk Atipvllats Court
John Q. lfnrnwin, I)
(ton. L. l ien, It
M. J. O'llarnctt, N
W. J. Alleu, D
J. R ThoniaH, K
H. I. Duvls, N
ThnmaaW. Halllday, 1)....
T. T. Kobtuaon. D
C. II. Layman, It
John UodigPH .,
John H. ltoblnnun
For Ooumy Cnimultutoiirr--
W. J. Mllfoid
Samuel Brlley ,
I S. Mmehall
T. J. Unborn
Amendment to So.Sl, Art. 4.
Agalnnt eniiiit .
Special Tax -
Agaltiat aamenon. . ..
OOOSE ISLAND l'HKCINCT.
For Treusurer Cronkrito 54, Smith 24;
For Superintendent Etter D5, Slade 24;
For Clerk Supremo court Chance '52,
Knoph 28; For Clerk Appellate court
Harman 54, Ulen 28; For Congress Allu
50, Thomas 24; For Representative Halll
day 189, Robinson 18, Layman CO; For
Sheriff Hodges 70, Robinson 10; For
County commissioner Summons 20, Mil
ford 89, Briley 7; For Coroner Fitzgerald
59, Marshall 12, Roberts 3; For amendment
18, against 27; For lax 3, against 64.
LAKE MILL10AN PRECINCT.
For Treasurer Cronkrite 23, Smith 23;
For Stiperiuteudent Etter 23, Slade 23;
For Clerk Supreme rourt Chance 21,
Knoph 22; For Clerk Appellate court
Harman 21, Ulen 23; For Congress Allen
28, Thomas 23; For Representative Halli
day 04, Rodinson 3, Layman 67; For
Sheriff Hodges 30, Robinson 14; For Com
missioner Sammons 2, Milford 22, Briley
18 1 For Coroner Fitzgerald 24, Marshall
18; For amendment lf, against 27; For
tax 3, against 40.
U01XIE9 PAUK l'HKCINCT.
For Treasurer--Cronkrite 89, Smith 43,
Bates 4; for Superintendent Etter 87,
Slad.;43, Hall 4; for Congress-Alk-u 87,
Thomas 43, Davis 4; for Clerk of Supreme
Court-Chance 89, Kropp42, Stellc4; Ap
pelate clerk Ilarinau 87, Ulen 43, Harnett
4; for Representatives Halllday lfiC, Rob
inson 108J4, Layman 121', Honpt 6; for
Sheriff Hodges 127, Rohinson 8; for Com
missioner Sammons 40, Milford 87, Briley
0 ; for Coroner Fitzgerald 87, Marshall 45.
Total votes jailled, 13S. Majority agaiust
tax very heavy.
Democratic State ticket 8; Republican
State ticket SO. The vote for Congressmen
and Supreme ami Appellate clerks were the
same. Hodges, for Sheriff, obtained a ma
jority of 4!i. Vote in detail not received.
Thomas' majority in Massac county, offic
ially reported, is 411.
Allen's majority in Uuiou county, is 1121.
It is conjectured that Allen has carried
Perry county by a majority of 100 votes.
Williamson county gave Thoinns a major
ity of 145 votes.
Thomas' majority in Randolph county is
said to be 150.
News received yesterday evening indi
cated Thomas' success in Pulaski county by
a majority of over 400. Tho following are
bis majorities in detail: Mound Junction
02; Villa Ridge 117; Mound City 40;
Grand Chain 103; Caledonia 88.
In Union county, which, it is said, tho
Democratic majority will exceed 1,200, Al
len has obtained the following majorities:
Elkville 39, Dongola 147, Anna 228, Jones
boro 283, Cobden 20.
Johnson county, it is reported, gave
Thomas a majority of 880 votes. ;
Reports give Thomas o majority of 60 in
Perry county, and Allen a like majority in
Pulaski precinct in Pulaski county was a
stand-uff as between Allen and Thomas,
each receiving 89 votes.
In Clear Creek Allen received 29 votes
and Thomas 22.
In East Cape Girardeau the vote for
Thomas was 08, for Allen 18. Thomas'
majority in Alexander county will be about
Laborino men should see our $3 00 and
$8.50 boots. They are bargains.
0. IlATTHOnN il Co.
Tue parents and guardians of school
children should bear in mind that A. W.
Pyatt A Co. keep every description of school
books used in tho public schools In Cairo,
and offer thorn at prices that should have a
coutrolliug influence with economical buy
ers. IETTIE COLEMAN'S LAUNDRY.
Mrs, Lettie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Washiuir
ton and Commercial avenues, and takes this
method of informing her , old friends aud
patrons that she is again at their services,
aud solicits their patronage. She has re
duced prices to suit tho times. .
Hodges' majorities in tho county pre
ducts are ns follows : Beech Ridgo 51, Ens
Capo 70, ( learcroek 29; Santa Feo !!(),
Thebes 80, Gooso Island 00, Dog Tooth 10,
Sandusky 71, and Unity 110; total 541,
with Ila.ehvood to hear from. Cupt. Rob
inson's majority in Cairo whs 234; Hodge's
A complete stock of West Brothers' Philadelphia-made
tino shoes, for ladies and
children, for sale by O. Haythora & Co.
EncOL'II AO EM liNT KOIt THE FkEBLU.
So long ns tho fulling embers of vitality
are capable of being re-kindled into a warm
mid genial glow, just so long as there is
hope for the wenk nnd emaciated iuvalid.
Let him not, therefore, despond, but do
rive encouragement from this and from the
furtlipj fact that there is a restorative most
potent in renewing the dilapidated powers
of a broken down system. Yes, thanks to
its unexampled tonic virtues, Hostettcr's
Stomach Bitters is daily reviving
strength in the bodies and hope in the minds
of tho feeble and nervous. Appetite, re
freshing sleep, the acquisitions of flesh aud
color, are blessings attendant upon Die re
parative proesses which this priceless in
vigorant speedily initiates and carries lo a
successful conclusion. Digestion is restored,
the blood fertilized and sustenance afforded
to each lifo sustaining organ by the bitters,
which is inoffensive even to the feminine
palate. Vegetable in ita composition, aud
thoroughly safe. Use it, and regain vigor.
O. HAYTifORNfc Co. have the largest stock
of boots and shoes in the city.
A Wise Deacon. "Deacon Wilder, I
want you to tell me how you kept yourself
and family so well the past season, when
all the rest of us have been sick so much,
and have had the doctors running to us so
long." "Bro. Taylor, the answer is very
easy. I used Hop Bitters in time and kept
my family well and saved large doctor
bills. Three dollars worth of it kept us all
well and able to work all the time, and I
will warrant it has cost you and the most
of tho neighbors one or two hundred dol
lars to keep sick the same time. I guess
you'll take my medicine hereafter." S-e
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Uiox Works
OHIO J.F.YF.F, CAIRO, II.1X
John T. Ronnie,
HAVlVQ established hiiworki at the abovo mru
lloued plui' In Itctlcr prepared thau ever lr
manufacturing Ktcam Engine and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Hummer and ample Tool, thi
manufacture or all kinds of .Machinery, ftallrnd,
Slcauihoal and ltitd;t Forlnc made a iKclolly.
Epocll attention Riven lo repair of Engine and
lirusK C'alln of all klntln made lo order.
l'lpcl'lttlin; la all llH lnnni hen.
QOXSUMPTION' CAN BE CURED.
t hi i i.i i ne i ni i "i-v ui v i il i uinri un il m lit
be cent free lo auv addn in. li.SCAH U. MOShH, 11
i "rnaimi rmi'ci, ew mrit
Ml'RIJAY nnd LAN'
I1 -LOU I DA I
V The cbolccat, niml i
.u laxtlnc yet most delicate i
I JblAJllli lnI oi all perlauealor iikcou
lifWT.!11 t lhe handkerchief at the I
i Tl toilet and In the tiftili. !
h-rvwiKaunn- ueltKUtrul and healthlul
'nmmrtnulfSi in ,,?(. .irk room, rellev. a
wcakuueM, futlnue. prnatrtlou. nvrvouanwa and
hcadachn. Look oat for contcrfelt. Alwavnacka
for l'lorlda Water, propared by the n proprletgre,
.Memr Laninan 4 Keuip. New York.
For Hale hy perfnuer. dru(?lt aud fauey ood
VT A ( Brautlfal ConccrtOiand flpn V
1 lAlU pianos. cot $l.nuO. only UlUTAiN
485. Superb Orand Houare Piano, cot Jl.lUI, ouly
fM. EleKant (.'tirlyhl Planoa, coat SStW.only flu.
New style Upright Pianos SHU 50. Orifani, K. Or-
ana U atop, tU 50. Church Oreana, IB atotu, col
,4M. nuly $111. Elej-aut .)TR Mirror Ton ftrcau.
only 8105. Tremendous aacrlflce to close out pres
ent nock. New steam factory soon to be erected.
Newspaper w ith much Information about the cost of
Piano aud Oriau Sent Free. l'leac addres
Daniii. V. llEim, Waihlnirton, N. J.
H, E. INCE,
New Gun Shop,
'or Sixth St. and Commercial Av.,
CAIRO, : : ILLINOIS.
Guns, Pistols, Safes and Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to Order.
CUUKE BORING ON BREACH LOADING GL'.Nb
All work guarantied satisfactory, at cheaper rates
tbancau be obtalued at any other placo In ths oity
1 DR. HUL-CEE!S
Bowel and Li?er Regulator
To curt mora persons tbau any other Me JUloe
Chill and Fever Cure
To contain bo aloes, araenlc, quinine, poison or
mineral. One bottle will core better and more per
tons than any other Chill and Few Toulc. Pare
; Wholesale by Barclay Brotbert, Cairo, Illinois,
and retailed by the beet druiultlt. Atk tbau for
IlR. Hl'L-CEE'B CURATIVE PRACTICE OF
MEDICINE, or sent free to any address. Only made
by Dr. Ilul-Ct. Mr ASeui, lot East Jtffersoo St ,
fl ml I i kAl4 SMI I 4 .
CO 11. COMMKHOIALi AV. AND TCICH ITK IONTI I RT..
GEO. E. O'HARA, Proprietor,
Is auppllcd nllb a full nock of Fuel Drua, Medlclnea aud CbemkaU of undoubted puilly.
tinea o?thBlUy8MP,,' ,,er,um,ry' N"1"'"' tlt" Kul1 Uof all the popular l'aleut Fatally Mrtll
t f-Kieclnl dire and Atlauiluu given lo lb ronipoUDdluf of physicians' prescription.
LKXANDF.lt COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avuinie. and Klghrti Hiii't,
K. IlKOrW. President.
H. NEW, Ylrv-President.
II. WE LLH, Cashier.
T J, IkEKTll, AMlatant CaMrr
F. Bro, Cairn; William Rlneo, Cairo;
Pcier Neff, Cairo: William WofT. Cairo:
C, M. OMefloli, H. L h!lllui(luy. Ut lotUa;
E. liudiT, Cah ii ; .1, V. CU-nijioo, Caledonia.
AOKNKKAI. IIAVKIN'O BUSINESS DONE. K
rbauK id aud tunuut. Interval paid la the
haviuit llepartiucnt. Collection mad and all
baaiuca promptly atlendtd U.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
W. P. 1IALLIDAY, Piveldent.
It I.. IIALLIDAV. Vlca-rWdcot.
WALTER 11VHLUP, Ca.ulrr.
a. btaats tailor, w. r. aumuar,
USNHt L lUUUUY, H. H. ceNNlMUUiW.
a u H'tnunK'N, aiirMBS bikii,
h a aiiiu
Exchamre. Coin and United State Roods
IWU'OHT AND SOLD.
Dcpoall received and a xDt-ral baukloi bu1net
JJNTERPRI3E SAVINGS 1UNK,
( buttled Vi.h .SI, M.
OFFCh IN' CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on d.'poilu March let and Hep
temper 1m. Intereet not lLudnft la addvd Lm
mediulely tn the prluclinlof the depult, thereby
Ijhtiij; ttirni ri.inpnund Inteifet
t-tf Cbildi m and niai rled wiun may drpnuli
IlinllrV hlld IHii.llel lHe cau diitw It.
WALTER HYftLOP. TnEiihKR.
PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPER, ETC.
Window lilms, Window Shaded, Etc.
Alw uu baud the rtlahratrd u u'VititiMii
Bross' Bulldlnfr, Com-1
inerclnl Ave.. I
(J HEAP LUMBER.
The Cairo Box aud Basket Co.
Floorinsr, Hiding. Lath. Kro
At lhe very lowest rate j.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs ou Hand,
We arc prepared to
HAW GUT SPECIAL ORDER
Mi lhe shortea)s oilte
A SPECIALTY mailt of STEAMBOAT LUMBER.
We alto manufactart FRUIT BOXMATlKIALi
Cracbtr, Candy, Packing boxes, SUvta, Headlnji
UUbof the Buffalo Btad
.r! ' Cairo, 111.
KOEIILKIt BROS., Proprietors,
JO I'I A HELL, AROnt. ,
A full and romplcta sunply of the beat of all
kinds meat always on band. Orders filled at any
hour, day otalgia.
DRY 00ODN, KTT,
The largest wholesale and retail Dry
Goods and Clothing1 House In this City;
are iwelvinif new Goods daily and are
otrerliisrrreat bargains In I he most hand
Home lilies of CARPETS, OIL CliOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres, Lou
rettes, and n great many other new
styles of Dress Goods, Fans, Kk; In
fuel lu every depttitineiit of their busi
ness, they cordially invlfe the public
to call and see their stock.
WATCHES. JKWKLHY, ETC.
Edward A. Buder
(Surcwtor lu f, x w, Budfi),
And Dealers In
Watches, Clocks, Fine .lewelry
Cor. Ebihth St. aii(l Washington Ave.
Watchmaker & .(eweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Between Cumtntnlal and i
Waablngton avet , i
FINK WATCH WOK K A Sl'KCIALTY.
, taf Ingra.lu and all binds of rn.ltlut neatly
StT" All kind uf Solid Jrwelry roadx tn order.
KW YORK STORE,
WHiU.KSAI.F. AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK (MTV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and i
Commercial Ave., i
O. O. PAT1ER & CO.
IIOLMAN'S UVER TADS.
Ohio Leveo and
. , Washington Avenue.