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THOf ESSIOXAL CARns-rilTSICIAXB.
yy R. SMITH, M. D.
Ofllcf uud BcwMcuce:
a II THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIIIO, IUV
JjK E. W. WH1TLOCK,
0c-Nn. W Oommcrclul Avenue, livlwoou
CLllhih ud MutU MlMi'K
W. C. JOCELYN,
OFKICE-Elxhtu Street, m-iir Commercial Avenue.
g P. WHEELER,
tFKtCE-Ohlo Lvvec, bet. Fourth and Sixth at.
J INEGAtt & LANSDEN,
A t torneyfl-atrLaAV.
OVMCE No. IIS Commercial Awnuo.
St. Louis, Cairo mill rudiieah racket
Sil DESMET, a
JOHN lHirSKll Manor.
JOHN l.KAMKN Clerk.
I.eac Cairo every Wtidueadny at S p.m. for Padu
cab. leaves Cairo every Thursday At 2 p.m. for 8t.
. teal. . . ... .
orfrolshtor palmare appiyon iiaiiiuryarniinpa-
wharfhoat, or to
&0, Ohio Loreo.
tMEU UKHiS, Afciit.
For Columbus, Hickman uud New Madrid
3tt T. T. IIILLMAN, SSii
.JOSEPH AMBROS. . Master.
LEAVES CAIRO KVEKY
TUESDAYTHURSDAY and SATURDAY
Vor frclplit nr paaaago apply on Hiilllday Jt Phil
lips' Wbarfbout, or to
JAM EH mCiliS, Agent.
St Ohio Levee.
10 CITY FEIUIY CO.
WAVM I.RAVBH J.SAVED
Feut Counti ct MIkkoutI I.uiiiI'k. Kentucky I.d'ft.
& n. m.
W a. m.
i p. in.
8::io a. m,
10:11) n. in.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Horning Daily in Southern Illinois.
Sionai. OrrKK. I
Caiiio, 111., Nov 8, "NTS. I
fl:46u.tn 91.31 41 K'i NUr 1 Clear
11:11- !.: M 4il NV 4 Fair
2 p.m. W-l't M 88 N 5 Kulr
3:44" l.i3 M 43 N 7 Clear
Maximum Thermometer, MS; Minimum Tbor,
lumetcr, 89 a ; Kiiliif.ill, 0.00 inch.
W. II. KAY,
. Serx't Slfiial Corpi, U. S. A.
Go mid sec tlic liaml mude cult' 1mm its for
mil., i. n it.,(I, r:. t.-;,... i -.n
Rrv 1'iinr flflirint linnbu nf A W Pvnlf
Ck). Their stock is complete, and their V
prices such as defy successful competition.
Eon u (food kIiuvo for ten cents, u good
Lair cut for twenty-five cents, j,'o to Henry
Schick's barbershop, No. 112 Commercial
MATTERS OF LOCAL IMPORT.
Additional locul matter on third pne.
Jack Kuykendall 1ms been elected to
the Semite from the 51st district a Re
To insure protection from the intrusion
4if tramps dump a ton of coat ia front of
your residence. '
There was a heavy frost yesterday
morning every out-door object being com
jilctcly whitened with it.
Comity Clerk lluiuin was on the sick
list yesterday, but will probably bo ut his
lnst again in a day or two.
Boy wanted to learn the printer's trade.
One that has had a little experience pre
ferred. Apply at Ih'M.KTiN olllee.
George M. Dougherty, Esq., editor of
the Jouesboro Advertiser, made a call at
Tun Rn.i.KTiN ollieo yesterday, lie wus in
tie city on business.
Mr. Sprout's residence property, on the
mer of Sixth und Washington avenue, is
vimWgoing Htmdry improvenicnts, chief
mong which istho addition of two or three
Icet of filling.
The only ease of fevYr In the city now,
in that of Miss Sweeney, on Twentieth
utre.'t. It was thought kIu; whs somewhat
improved yesterday afternoon, but her phy
Mcian still regarded her case us critical
C'apt. Will I). Lippitt has 1 leen instull
d us commander of the wrecking steamer
Kckert. (.'apt. Dugun will eoniinue in his
position of superintendent of the wrecking
iMmp:iny a position for which no man Is
The Delta tire company have "resolved"
o finish their belfry. To resolve, with that
f oiupany, is to perform. Through the well
directed efforts of its ollicciii tlm company
in now provided with a fine eng'mo house,
mi excellent engine and hose cart, and owes
no debts that it cannot pay on demand.
ITbat U more, uud of equal importance, it in
ono of the nut elllciontorganizutlons of the
kind in the Statu of Illinois.
A youno gentleman wtmts a good room
and room-mate. Address caro of Ri i.-
Astlio Blu.kti.n'9 forms clo0Bt8 or
9 p. m., except on special rxtcaaiomr, all ad
vertising favors ahould bo handed iu as
early as 7 o'clock.
Dr. Schuh'sncw drug store will bo the
handsomest business structure in tho city
Tho dix:tor has soared no expense iu pre
viding exterior adornments.
A single mouth often works wo
changes. Four weeks ago, rather than meet
a Democrat, a Cairo Republican would
dodgo around the corner. Just now it is
the Democrats who are the dodgers.
We have had within the past few days,
repeated forerunners of cold weather, viz :
flocks of wild geeso winging their way to
the warmer regions south of us. The early
part of Tnursday night was frequently made
vocal by the peculiar songs of those aquatic
The stranger visiting Cairo is not duz
zlad with the magnificence of any of our rail
road buildings. Conspicuously is this the
case with the headquarters of the C. & V.
R. R. The building is valued, for purposes
of taxation for about all it is worth, viz:
Our respected cotemporary thinks
there is considerable lite in Cairo police cir
cles. With our police court rooms closed
most of the time, and with absolutely
nothing to do when they aro open, wo are
entirely too obtuse to discover where the
activity comes in.
The price of no kind of labor has
been mora stoutly maintained during the
past ten years, than that of wood-saw ing,
It is a dillicult matter to gei a cord of wood
sawed and split for less than a dollar ami a
half. We paid no more than this, during
war times, when Hour was $17 per barrel,
Right here and now, then, is a chance for a
combination of employers.
In these times there is no surer or
quicker method of making money than to
invest a few hundred dollars in stock spec
ulation. Alex. Frothingham fc Co., bro
kers, 12 Wall street, New York, are relia
ble and experienced brokers, and have been
the mums of realizing large amounts for
many of their customers. Their Weekly
Financial Report is sent free.
IJriley's majority over Saminons in the
race for county commissioner, is only forty
two votes. Hazel wood did the mischief
with George. When he entered that pre
cinct he was six votes ahead; but what did
the inconsiderate sovereigns of that locality
do but "see that six; anil go forty-two bet
ter." It was the last chance. George had
11 no come-back" at ,em, and there was
nothing left for him to do but to bow to
Mr. Michael How ley, w ho has in charge
as real estate agent nearly all the improved
property in tho city that is owned by non
residents, informed us yesterd'ty that he
cim accommodate only two more families
with resiliences. This fact indicates an un
usually healthy state of affairs in that re
spect; and argues very conclusively that
men with money might erect residence
property in Cairo with every assurance that
it would at onco commence bringing in ad
News reached this city yesterday, via
Union City, that several new cases of fever
had developed themselves "n Hickhmn, du
ring the past day or two, and that a large
number of the returned refugees, appre
hending another outbreak, ugain lied the
city. It is to be hoped, however, that facts
have been so exaggerated by fears, that the
report sent out is not warranted. In any
event, the heavy frost yesterday morning,
will put u better face on affairs down there.
One of the most dastardly of the most
conscienceless class of thieves, made a raid
upon a Fourth ward hen roost, before day
light yesterday morning, and appropriated
two or three choice hens, and an arm-load
of stove wood with which to cook them.
Wo are authorized to invite the same chap
to come ugain, to not stand upon the order
of hi coming; but to comn at any hour
that best suits his own convenience. A
"ball" has been arranged for his special
Roys who come into tho possession of
nickels, should not forget that it is a money
making business to place them on the rails
and let the drive wheels of the locomotives
spread 'em out into quarters. Tho Tenth
street buy didn't do it right, yesterday, lie
didn't understand thebusiness. Ho spit on
Ida nickel, and tho wheel nicked it up nud
carried it olf. At all events the boy never
saw it again; but other boys who may be
deterred from trying tho experiment by the
loss that boy sustained and tho boo-hoos
that signalized it, haven't got any spirit at
all, ami never wn,r, become successful
One, single unfortunate drunk, yester
day, constituted the sum total of the city's
police business. Ono W. E. Parks "look
ed upon the wine when it was red," and it
so "fuddled his upper story," and tangled
his shapely pedals that lookers-on called
him drunk. Judge Rird shared this con
viction uml nkifl Mr. Parks to heal tho
Iiiwn'h lacerated majesty by contributing to
tho city's till the sum of two dollars, and to
the oflleetH of tho court a sullicient umount
to cover the Inevitable trimmings. Money
he liad none; but ho sulmtilutcd the legal
equivalent, five days In confinement iu the
OFFICIAL VOTE OF
NAMES OK CANDIDATES. I . J ; ?: J h gc ;
rj J i 11Sl.11 ill ILL
For Siotii TreiiHiirer I
K' L. i'Miikrltu, II 131 101 81 11R H7l H 11 M Rfl !tt M iW 'Jl 'Jl 4 VW
jobuo.Hinith.it w lis no 11M wow ai ' 4a iu lu o i oa
E.N. Uuleif, N 5 11 T Xa U; 1 '! M
1'ur Mnpt. Public limirnu'u
Samuel M . Klter, I ISO IIH B 115 Hfl H ;) M 87 H'l M IVlliil 'Jtl B4 (171
yj. P. Hladc, It IN 115 1UM l!M till 50 11 l 4a l! ID Wl'7 Ul IM JIM)
' Frank II. Hull, N 5 II 7 it V) lj
W..I. Allen, U lit 101 ftl 111 m N 'tfl 511 H7 31 5:1 Ht.'lS !J7 M WW
J. It. Thomas, 1 lis iio l!!7 150 !- to iO - ' ta lo5
N. i. Davlis N 4 13 u )W M U 1 I I.... 1.... 1 BS
For Clerk Huprviim Courts- t '
JiieobO. I'hiuiec. I) 135 1111 SO l(K) K 'it CI Hfl M I.3I SO 114 ItMJ
AihuKnnph,lt fi lis 170 lit) :tn;) ii Itl 43 III 111 ia 7 31 (CI 11110
John V. hlelle, N 5 1:1 7 34 13 3 4 l'
For Clerk Appelliue Court I
John . Jiiiimnii, l) 1M 175 ftt 111 M l) U 04 87 311 51 371!) 30 M 1174
Hen. I., l ien. It K'I IIH) KM IIH laiMI 3:1 !U 4:1 ill) 1 Will" 31 IU 1W1
1I..I. O'llamett, N 4 I) 8 30 111 1 4 1 1: 55
For Hepreseiilntivn I
ThomaaW. HnllMnv.l).... SM'i 408 177 357 Sl'i lit 130IIW .!.', 107 Ml 37', 115 WiiltW
T. T. Uo!iIiioii. 1)..' 110 131) 87 1 4713U I :l IS It Ml llrt 311 (I311, 31 SI) 73H
C. II. Lavman, II !3I5 3Wl'i 4ti!)li S38 :nii II C", ! i , 75 1311-J 11 145 138 0 57 175' ', 3710
II. 1 1 iii t. N s',W, 33'a lll, 47 0 4!4 Hi 8 Il
For Ooiinlv ComniisHloner I I
tleo. W.'Sair.mons: ! IW 50 lm (Ht 11) 3 S ID at Kl 15111'. 30 15 7iil
W. J. Jllll'ord !!4 5D 111 ir. Hi 3 :'i SO 87 5 111 111 0 4 la a;.ll
Hamiiel llilley 75 KM I5U 134 ll: la 18 7 H 111 V S7,:M IS IM Wi
.loliu Ht.iltroM llll 114 77 131 fill 55 :U) 70 137 II 71 81 S3 30 73 11)18
John II. lloblllHOU U:1 170 105 140 ljli 4 14 10 8 11 1 Sj 10 -111 KIT
It. r'ltztfernlil l'i) 1 10 80 1ST W 37 35 5ft Ofl 4.1 Ml 7s 30 : 115 KWO
I,. H. Marshall S5 111) illiS 118 -35 111 13 3 H 11 lli;li4 13 55 SV4
T.J. Hoherli- 3 13 3 2 . I a 1 1 1 3 37
Hpeciiil TilX i I
Forworn.' IV Mil 118 111 Sll'ia :!3 3 13 ...,i 8 ...i 1 ill 718
Au'ulnst name 1:1,1 IU 4U 4S !f.i II II lt 101 !7 UV W5 'H :'H 88 Sill
Amendment to Sec, 31, Art. 1. I
Furaamu .130 153 131! 11 li3,Sfl 11 18 58 4 8 T3'S5 .... 53 IWI
Against mine 111 3.5 33 33 llll 3 3 41 47 15 III 13 111) 43 51 503
Go und sen tho boys' hats, 50 cents,
slightly damaged, for sale by O. llaythorn
If you would save money, buy yWr
school books, stationery, etc., of A. W. 1 -att
& Co. Their stock is full, and a little
inquiry w ill satisfy you that their prices are
as low as the lowest.
At no time during the past several
years has work in Cairo, in the lino of re
pairs, been move active und general. Ir.
every block in the city, almost, we note the
progress of some kind of an improvement
in homes or business houses. Work is thus
furnished for our mechanics, nnd business
for our lumber dealers.
John (. llarmnn, Esq., has been
elected, of course; but it will be a day or
two before his majority can be ascertained.
He was complimented in this county by a
larger vote than bis party received, forty or
fifty Republicans voting for him on account
of the amiability of his disposition, per
By the o'iicial returns wc publish else
where it will be s;cn that despite luke
wanuness and almost criminal negligence
of influential Democrats, Thomas obtained
a majority over Allen, in this county, of
only nixty-five votes, llartzcll's majority
over Wiley, in 187(1, wns 8.
The proposition to levy a special tax-
to devote to the building of new roads and
the improvement of old ones, was defeated,
last Tuesday, by a majority of one hundred
nnd two votes. A little effort on the part
of one man in each precinct, in the city,
would have decided the proposition affirm
atively. The proposed expenditure was
much needed; and nobody will feel the de
feat of the measure more keenlv than those
through whose indifference it was defeated,
viz the business men of Cairo,
Dn:i, November 8th, 1878, at the resi-
denciyif her mother, on Cedar street, Vir
ginia Caroline Rouchet, neice ot F. Yin-
cent. Horn June 4th, 1850 in Yazoo City,
Miss. Funeral services at the Pysbyterian
church at 2 p. m. lo-day. Friends of the
funily are respectfully invited to attend.
Special train leaves foot of 8th street, at 3
Laiioiiixo men should sue our $3.00 and
$2.50 boots. They arc bargains.
O. H.lYTIIOl'.N it Co.
Thk parents and guardians of school
ciiililrcn sliouui Dear m niiinl mat A. .
Pyntt & Co, keep every description of school
books used in the public schools in Cairo,
and offer them at prices that should have a
controlling influence with economical buy
ers. The following is a list of letters re
maining uncalled for in the Postoflice at
Cairo, on Friday noon, November 0, 1878:
Anderson Ruthu; Rrooks J J; Ruclianan
Emma; Dell Rence; Rowers Linn; Reck
with Matt; Harringer Sophia; Clayburn
Maiy Ann ; Dickcrson Mattiu ; Dye
Edit ; Froht Mary ; Fair C. R ;
Gardner Lizzie; Hering Anna; Hodges C;
Hayes America; McKay Margaret; Parker
Mary; Powell Lucie; Ryan Mary; Rogers
Jane; Shechan Ellen; Snow Emma; Wins-
low Tanimie; Ware Ellen; Allbrook A. P.;
Anderson Jeffrey; A gnu Patrick; Reck
Chas. M.; Rlander (.'has; Redford John;
Brown Martin; Coibett Dr. Geo. C. ;
Clark James H.; Cuss Jean Nicholas;
Crcighton Martin; Carroll Patrick; Dickler
Charles; Dicker Ileory; Dosson Thomas;
Eldridgo John W.; Ehs William; Fields
Henry; Farmer John; Fair Chas. R; Gor
don A. R.; Gilliam Chas.; Huntington Ar
thin; Howell Elnord; Hills E. R.; Hender
son John E.; Hasher John; Johnson James?
Karl J, ii Co; King Walter; Lain James;
Lamb John 8; Limey Pat; Munskcr Chas;
Owen Samuel; Ptirteu I; Page George; R.i
ser Entires; Rass Henry; Riddlcmuyer Jno;
Hanson Win; Roach WI Q; Smyth Bernard.
Smith 8. E; Thomas David E; Wrieh Har
ry B; Wrich Harry 11; Washington Joe;
A compi.ktk wtock of West Brothers' phil-adclphia-mudu
fine shoes, for ladies and
children, for Hale by O. Haythorn & Co.
Qi'MtA. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro's
"Soul of North Curollna" at the sumo price?
0. Haythoiis& Co, have the largeststock
o boots and shoes in the city.
Wanti:i A stout boy to run a Gordon
press. Apply atTiiK Bi i.i.etin oflke.
STORE ROOM FOR RENT.
The eligible store room ut the corner of
14th and Washington Avenue, now occupied
by Messrs. Pettis & Bird, is for rent. It
will be rented as a whole, or will be parti
tioned off to suit the wants of renters. This
is a rare opportunity for men of small cap
ital who may desire to establish a money
making busings, as the stand is confessed
ly one of the best in the city.
Furnished and unfurnished rooms on the
second floor of the same building, for rent
on reasonable terms. Apply un the prem
ises to Mrs. Jno. H. Phillips. Nov5tf
Woukinomks. Deforc you begin your
heavy spring work after a winter of relaxa
tion, your system needs cleansing and
strengthening to prevent an attack of ague,
billious or spring fever, or some other hpring
sickness that will unlit you for a teason's
work. You will save time, much sickness
nnd great expense if you will use one bot
tle of Hop Bitters in your family this
month. Don't wait. See other column.
Tin: Bicst Plan. The most profitable
plan for operating in stocks is that of unit
ink capital of various sums by combining
or pooling the orders of thousands of cus
tomers and using tlum as ono mighty
whole, w hich has been done so successfully
by Messrs. Lawrence it Co., Bankers, 57
Exchange Pluce, N. V. city. By this co
operative system each investor is placed on
an equal footing with the largest operator,
and profits are divided pro rata among
shareholders every thirty days. An invest
ment of $10 would pay $50, making 5 per
cent, on the stock during the month. $25
would return $150, or G per cent.; $100
would make $l,0!li), or 10 percent., and so
on, according to the market. Frank Les
lie's Illustrated Newspaper, June :.'!), svs:
"The Conibiniilion Method of operating in
slin ks is the nio.-u successful ever adopted."
New York Independent. Sept. 12ih says:
"The Combination System is founded upon
Correct business orineiiiles and no person
need by w ithout an income while it is kept
working by Messrs. Lawrence it Co." The
firm's new circular (copywrighted and sent
free) contains -'Two unerring rules for suc
cess in stock op-rations,'' and explains ev
erything. All kinds of Stocks and Bonds
wanted, New Government Loan supplied.
Address Lawrence it Co., Bankers and
Brokers, 57 Exchange Place, New York
KICK'S KXTIUVAOASZV COM 111 NATION.
For one nlht only,
Saturday Eve., Nov. Dtli.
A tlrcat Atlraclloa-Tlio Celebrated
Iu the ever popular
With its Wealth of Attraction.
Amoiiit tho many novel features of this dllu;hinil
production tuny lie mentioned
NPARKMXO OUKllNAb MUSK!.
The moat novul creation the tni;o baa had for many
The Lone Fisherman.
The uiiiiiKlng absurdity
THE HEIFER DANCE,
The Balloon Trip to Arizona,
THE LIVELY WHALES, ETC.
With full Chorus and Orchestra nnd a
General Admission, - 7 fit to.
Reserved Seats 2r cents extra. To bo
had at llartiuan'i.
pHCENIX DIlUa STORE,
CO H. COVLMKUCIATi AV. AND KlCil ITKKNTU ST.,
GEO. E. O'ifAltA, Proprietor,
U supplied tvllu a full Hock i.r Kreah Druga, Medicine and I hemlraU of undoubted purity
C I n o" iTi'i'diiV -HOIt"' V,",nmttty "m' Ml Woeof all tho popular Patent FmmIIj. Modi-
Hr-F.Kie!iul Cure anil Attention fftven to the rampoundliitr of pli,vnlilmi' scriplloiiN.
LEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
f. IlltOSS. President.
P. NKFF. Vleo-PrcwUleut.
II. NVKI.I.H. Cashier.
T.J. KKKTII, Assl.lant Cu-lUr.
P. I1ioh. Cairo;
Peter Ned'. Cairo;
l', M. Ilhterlnli,
K. Iluiler. t.'ulin;
William KIiil'm, Cairo;
Wlllinm VUfr, Cairo;
It. L llillliiHe.v. M. LollU;
J. V. CU'liinuti, i uli ilouia.
t OENKRAL BANKIN'fi llfHIXESS lJUNK. Kx
iV elinieii sold and tioiidil. Interest paid iu the
Su.llin hepintimuit. l.olleitloiiH uiaile and till
busluesH ptoinplly attended to.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
C A 1 1 T A :l , 8 1 0 0.0 (J 0
W. P. IIAI.I.IDAV, PreMilem.
II. I- IUI.I.IDAV. Vlee .President.
SVAl.Ttlt IIVS5.UP, Chl.r.
S. STAlTHTWI.fllt, w. P. IUI.!JIY,
lll.'MtY I.. Hill I.MIA V, It. II. 1.1 S.NIM.IIAH,
O. 11. H.ljA-.lS, SVKI'IIKN IIIIIU,
II. II. CASIIr.i:.
FAihaugP, Coin und I'nitcd States Bonds
IIUL'UIIT AN' I) SOU).
TVpcisl'.n ri'oiovd and a general hanking bdslu
ENTERPRISE SAYINGS BANK,
Cliarti reil Mureli III, IMS.
01'VICL IX CITY NATIONAL RANK,
INTEUKSTpald on depositu Mnrch Ul and Sep
tember 1st. Intercut not vtlihdruwn i added ini
medliilely to the principal of the depo'ltx, tle lel,
giving thuiu compound luteret,
KTltllilren und married women may deposit
money and no one else can draw it.
WALTER HYSLOP. Tiikasciiku.
PAINTS. OIM. WAI.I, PAPIllt. m:
I 'ni ii ts, ()i Is, Vtirn ishes, 1 5ras1 wjs
Window Glass, Window Shinies, Etc.
Always on bund tho celebrated nil ;natinu
Broun' rvnlldliur, Com-1
iiiereliil Ami,, 1
The Cairo Box and Iiaket Co.
Wil t l-CBNIHIl
Flooi'ing, Siding. L.f.ith.Kto
At tho verj' loweat rates.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
Wo arc prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On tho ahorteitia ntlco,
AHPKCIAI.TY mado of hTKAMHOAT I.i:Ml)Rll,
WuaUoniantitatliirI''Hl!IT 1IDXM ATKJilALS
Cracker, C'aiuly, Packing lloxea, rltnvea, lleadiui;
Hlttnof tha ItiiiTnlo tl'md.
"CI iiii-w, HI.
KOEULEU BROS., I'roiirietors,
.)OI: AI0LTj. AKont.
A nil! and rnmplnto antipty of tho boat of all
kind meat always ou band, Order tiled at auy
hour, day uralfhl.
1IIY fiOODS. KfC.
The largest wholesale und retail Dry
Goods nnd Clothing House iu this City;
are recehing new Good daily and are
ottering grcut hai gains in theinost hand
some lines or CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres, Ron
ret ten, uud a great many oilier new
styles of Bros Goods, lacs, i:fc.; j
fact in every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the puhlic
to call and Kce their stock.
w.vrrim JhWKLUY. itc.
Edwaiid A. Dud Eii
(Sui-cemor lo K. & W. Ruder ,
And Ilenlert in
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eighth St. and Washington Ave.
AVatclimuker & Jeweler
NOa10 EIGHTH STREET,
Between Commercial and I
V. aidilnlou h.i , )'
FIXE WATCIIWOUK A SPECIALTY.
tfEiiKravlDgaiid all kind of rcpairlax n i
( All klnd of Solid Jewelrr made to ordr.
X KW YOliK STOltlO,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX Till-: CITY
GOODS SOLD VEltV CLOSE
for. Nlni Uemh utreei aud (,
o. o. pat ir: it ,tco.
IK),MA SI.IVt;i: PADS.
Ohio Levee and ,