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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAV MOUMKli; .NOVEMBER 10. I87S.
u. SMITH, M. I).
OI1W mill Ril Ji'Hi' :
SO. 8! TUlUTIiENTll 8T1IF.KT, CAII10, 11.1
jyt. K. W. W111TL0CK,
Omit No. IV, Commercial Avenue, hotwvi'U
Eighth mill MuiU Mreuu
w. c. jocelyn,
OFFICK-Eli;hlb filrwt. m-ar I'owuiurclal Avonno.
g p. wheeler,
A ttorney-a t-Law.
OFFICE -Ohio Levee, bot. Fourth ana Sl:ith st.
J INEGAU Jt LANsDEX,
OFFIC'K No. 113 Commercial Avoiiue.
St. Louis, Cairo a nd Paducali racket
nPLEXDlllSIKKWHRKli VBKir.irr AND PAS
s SKNtiKtt 1'ACKKT,
JOITN Ill.TNEIt... Mahtir.
JOHN 1.EAMKN Clerk.
l-eaws Cairo ery Wrduendajral 2 p.m. for Padu
rah. leaves Cairo overy Thursday at 2 p.m. for St.
For freight or pascal apply on Hallldcy A Phillips
wharfhont, or to JAMES MCGS, Agviit.
SO, Ohio U-vec. ,
For Columbus, Hickman and New Madrid
SslT. T. HILL3IAX,Sa
JOSEPH AMBUOS Master.
LEAVES CAIRO EVERY
TUESDAY.TIIlTiSDAY and SATURDAY
For frricM or pBusase apply ou Hullldar & Phil
lip' Wharf hunt, or to
JAMES MUGS, Agent.
50 Ohio Levee.
(lAIllO CITY FERRY CO.
Foot Fourth at
fi a. m.
10 a. m.
t p. m.
4 d. m
MlMourl Land's;. Kentucky Ld'g.
8:30 a. in.
10:: a. in.
H a. m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Only Morniiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
One Doi.i.ak Brogan shoes for $1.00, at
' the New York Store.
Go and sec the tine line of Hosiery,
(kives, Laces and other fancy articles at
Clog. H. Stuart's, 8th street.
Go and see the hand made culf boots for
rale lay O. 1 laythorn & Co. Price, $ 1.50.
But your school Imoks of A. W. Pyatt &,
Co. Their stock is complete, and their
prices such as defy successful competition.
MATTERS OF LOCAL IMPORT.
Our officers received their pay lor Oc
tober, yesterday. The aggregate amount
was aliout $800.
A little daughter of Alderman Lancas
ter was quite sick yesterday, with compliint
usually troubling children.
C U. Woodward now drives the best
turnout in the city, and the largest business
of its kind in the west.
Mr. Geo. S. Fisher, who is absent
from the city o:i a flying visit to St. Louis,
will return home to-day.
Preaching at tho Christian church, on
-"Eighteenth street, at 11 o'clock a. m. Sun
day school 3 o'clock in the afternoon, to
niorrw. After the adjournment of the Council,
uight before lust, the committee ou claims,
luinistcd by the city clerk, protracted their
labors until midnight.
Flannels, muslins, calicos, ladies and
.gents' furnishing goods, dress goods, and
every variety of fancy goods, at low prices,
ut Stuarts', Eighth street.
Mr. Earnest Thilecke, formerly of this
place, but now connected with the Pope
County Democrat, at Oolconda, urrived in
the city yesterday afternoon.
Mike O'Donnel's saloon up-town, on
Commercial avenue, is a pleasant and neat
ly kept place, where fine cigars and tho
finest liquors may always he found.
Wo noticed no less than five teams in
front of Lancaster & Uice's lumber yard,
yesterday morning, all taking on full loads
of lumber, sash, etc., for the country and
city. This, we are assured, is not an un
inown occurrence with them.
lias old Thornton Dillon been aveng
d? Has the writ he obtained for the ar
Tost of those who knocked holes in his
calp, been served yet? It is shameful
and a reproach upon our conservators of tho
caee, that tho old man is so harshly mal
treated, and then denied tho protection of
Mr. Sprout wants to erect a frame
-.triable and carriage house on his home
pluco mid petitioned the city council for
. permission to build. Conforming to tedious
and time-consuming routine, tho council re
ferred the petiiioii to the committee on
IHilice, jail mid fire department.
lUuoAiNsin Clothing, Hut and Caps at
the New York Store. Where tho most
good are sold is where you can buy the
The police force wus reduced yesterday
by the discharge of ono policeman. It was
in the interest of economy that the reduc
tion was made, mid not because the city was
policed too heavily.
The most complete stock of dry goods
of all kinds, dress goods of every variety,
hosiery of every shade and style, handker
chiefs, scarfs, laces, ribbons and fancy ar
ticles in endless variety, all at Stuart's 8th
When the paving and other improve
ment! under way, are completed, Cairo will
present the finest ami one of tho largest
wharves on the river. The work by the
Cairo Property Trustees, is under the direct
personal supervision of 11. 11. Baird.
No new cases of fevc in the til y.
The quarantine raised and the health offi
cer dischaigcd, the work before us now is
to build up wiiat has been torn down, ami
forget, as soon as ' may be, the ordeal we
have passed through, and all its attendant
sorrows and afflictions.
Ucligious services to-day in the Prohy
erian church, llev. B. Y. Georgoofliciiiting,
at U o'clock a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Subject
of evening discourse '"Words fitly spoken
are like apples of gold in pictures of sil
ver." Sunday school tit iJ p. m. S. P.
Wheeler, Esq., Supt.
The invitation we gave yesterday to
the thief who the night previous had made
a raid on a fourth ward chicken roost, was
accepted. l,You invited to come," observ
ed Mr. B., "and d n mo if he didn't, and
repeated the game precisely, stole two more
hens, and the wood with which to cook
Charley Henderson and an immense
fish tray, which he was lining for use in
John Sprout's fish and game market, form-
1 one of the obstructions we stumbled
against yesterday, and accosting him he as
sured us that he was kept " too busy to tell
the truth." Even then we did uot believe
At half past 15 o'clock last night, after
the police had left headquarters, on their
rounds of duty, they heard two distinct taps
troin the Hibernian fire bell. Repairing to
the spot they discovered an old gentleman
concealed urnier tne swewaiK. lie was
loubtless the culprit, but his object in ring
ing Hie bell remains un enigma, lie was
arrested for disorderly conduct.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society,
ranks among the leading ones of the Unit
ed States. It has outstripped all its com
petitors, companies of the same &gc--and
overtaken others that had a dozen years the
start. Its assets (no premium notes) are
over thirty-four million dollars. For the
pat five years its assets havo steaiily in-
reased at the the rute of over two million
ilollars per year. Its surplus as regards
policy holders is over six million ilollars.
E. A. Burnett, is agent at Cairo.
Wc publish tho extended notice of the
Narrow-gauge railroad, not because we
have a partially for that thoroughfare; but
because the urticle possesses a local inter
est, and because we would make like publi
cations concerning all the roads in the suc
cess of which Cairo feels an interest. In
truth, it afford us pleasure to surrender
space for such a purpose, and we take oc
casion liere and now to invite contributions
of a like character from the officers or
friends of any of the roads that find termini
It is absolutely wonderful. Ten thous
and people here, gathered from all quarters
of the earth, and yet a single case drunken
ness makes up the police report for the
twenty-four hours past. But for the pres
ence of one William Turner, in our midst,
not a single "customer" would have dark
ened the doors of our police courts. He
got drunk, whs taken before Judge Bird
and was fined three dollars. Being a tran
sient person, and promising to shake from
his feet the dust of our city, he was given
until 8 o'clock to vamoose our corporation
Within the past score of years, the
Egyptuin who cultivated ono hundred acres
of ground was considered an " extensive
fanner." The size of our farms seems to
grow with tho growth of the country.
Confirmatory of this wo point to the farms
of the MeCluie's, in tho upper part of Alex
ander county. Not many years ago a sin
gle hand-cradler, could havo cradled their
grain in two or three days. This year T.
J. McCiure plants 700 acres of wheat, and
his brother, Sum. 500, and yet their "big
gest hold " is corn.
The forthcoming report of our city
comptroller will show, among other things,
the following expenditures for the year, up
to the first of October. Expended ou ac
count of sidewalks $2,138; balance remain
ing in that fund $8(11. Expended on ac
count of salaries $(1,100; balance unex
$1,400. Expended on account of streets
$3,135; balance unexpended $8115. Ex
pended on account of drainage $5,1157. 79 ;
balance unexpended $412,21. Expended on
account of Board of Health $2,735. As
$1,000 was transferred from tho street fund
to the Br.urd of Health fund, there remains,
to moot oustanding claims, a balance of
$1,800. Expended on account of clerk's olllco
$109 : balance unexpended, $191. Ex
panded on account of Fno Department,
$2520; balance unexpended $171. Expen
ded on account of elections $105,113'. bal
ance unexpended, $0,05, Expended on ac
count of Jail, $1377,75; balance unexpend
ed, $4:12,25. Expended for printing, $91,88;
balance unexpended, $158.12. Expended
from contingent fund, $801,41; remainder
unexpended, $108,53. Expended on ac
count of Cache bridge. $75; biilaueeon
hand, $4,025,00.. All of which jfoos to
show that iu a financial point of view, the
city Is unquestionably "sound."
Ui:mkmui:h the New York Store sells
goods lower than any other house in Cairo.
' The services of special policeman, Hen
'ry Sargent, have been dispensed with. Mr.
S. has been stationed on the levee, for some
time past, to prevent the landing of sick
persons from ears or steamlxmts. As a
large per jeenr1. of our transient poor is
brought to the city by rail and river, a
watchful man could save to the county n
sum much greater than his salary, by serv
ing in the same line of duty as that from'
which Mr. S. has just been dismissed.
The health utlicers of the city were dis
missed the sendee yesterday, the authorities
of the city correctly concluding that their
mission had been filled. In taking leave
of the gentlemen of that force it is not too
much to say that they p?rtormed their duty
well, fearlessly and conscientiously. We do
not believe that any intentional neglect, or
the shrinking from the performance of duty
because of the unpleasant character of that
duty, can be charged to any of them. Their
faults, if they were guilty of any, wyre faults
of the head, not of the heart.
It has been suggested to us that we un
derestimate the market of demand and sup
ply iu Cairo depots that the headquarters
of the C. it V. road, to which we referred,
is far ahead of any other in the city in inte
rior arrangements, equipments, etc. fur
nishing ample accommodations for all needs
that have thus far arisen. We stand cor
rected, and beg pardon. We had iu our
mind's eye (and should have so expressed
ourselves) the structure on the corner of
Fourth and Commercial which is a
little ahead of tho Illinois Central's head
quarters; but not much.
The Memphis Avalanche of Friday in
dulges in rather severe stricutres upon the
officers of the steamer James Howard. The
Avalanche says that during the dowa trip
of the Howard a white deck passenger died
on board and wus buried at a point ten
miles alove Cairo. During the jioor fel
low's sickness lie was robbed of his scant
supply of money and surplus clothing, by
the negro roustalx)Uls; and treated other
wise in a most shameful and brutal manner.
Hie gentleman who communicated these
facts to the Avalanche reporter added fur
ther, that other passengers of the boat were
kept in constant fear of robbery oi personal
violence at the hands of the aforesaid roust
abouts. He insists if there is any such
thing as h 11 on earth, he experienced a
very unsavory sample of it during tho down
trip of the steamer Howard. Con
templating the state of affairs just described,
the Avalanche pertinently inquires : If
travelers who pay their passage on steam
boats are not entitled to protection?" Up-'
on all of which, we have only this remark
to make : that before rendering a verdict of
guilty against the officers of the Howard,
the public will ask for some proof of their
knowledge of the matters which the Ava
lanche makes public.
$2.25 New York Store selling Good's
boots for $2.25 per pair. Go and see
Go and see the boys' huts, 50 cents,
slightly damaged, for sale by O. llaythorn
& Co. "
Boy wanted to learn the printer's trade.
One that has had a little experience pre
ferred. Apply at Bt i.i.KTiN ofliee.
Ladies, before purchasing elsewhere
call and examine our fine stock of new
goods. Wo have a complete variety of
everything you want. We offer only tho
best goods, bought at the closest possible
figures. Our motto is "Quick sales and
small profits," and wogiiuruntee to sell you
goods lower than the same article can he
bought unywhereelse in the city.
C'HAH. It. S'lTAKT, Eighth St.
Just Aitmvi;i New Hams, B. Bacon,
Buckwheat, Flour, Maple Syrup, Cranber
ries, Oat Meal, Prunes, Currants, Cracked
Wheat, Dried Corn, Cod Fish, Barley,
Canned Goods of all kinds; also finest stock
of Tka in tho city, at the popular grocery
house of Pettis & Bird.
If you would savo money, buy your
scIkkiI books, stationery, etc., of A. W. Py
utt & Co. Their stock is full, and a little
inquiry will satisfy you that their prices aro
ns low as the lowest.
LOOK AT OUR PRICKS.
lbs prime Hio coffee $1 00
5 " best " " 1 00
10 lbs white demera sugar 1 00
11 " best N. O. sugur 1 00
Choice buckwheat Hour per lb. . . . 8J
S. U. B. W. flour per package 35
Yarmouth corn per can 15
!l lbs tomatoes (Star) per can 15
B, bacon, best, per lb 10
Full line of choice groceries at low prices.
Goods must be sold. Buy whero goods are
sold the cheapest at tho New York Stoae.
Foil n good shavo for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's barber shop, No. 142 Commercial
Wanthd A stout boy to run a Gordon
press. Apply utTim Bi'MFrut ollke.
Sunday school at tho Epincopal church
ut 0::)() a. in' Services both morning and
evening, conducted by thu rector.
Tho board bill of tho twenty-one
prisoners who passed tho portals of the
calaboose, last month, foots up only $f!0.50.
Tho time wus when the position of city
jailer wus regarded us tho best paying one
in the city, and tho result of city elections
was more or less influenced by tho efforts
of those who expected to he placed In that
position. Its character us un olllco of
profit, at this time, is indicuted by the
figures given above.
Reuben Smith complained to tho city
council, Friday night, that he had been nr
rested by a health officer, and lined, for
neglecting to erect a privy on his premises,
after having received orders to do so.
Reuben alleged, further that ns ho had not
a dollar in tho world wherewith to buy ma
terial, a compliance with tho order was ut
terly impossible. "Therefore," ho contin
ues, while I was technically in contempt of
the law I was guilty' of no offense, and in
tended none." Whether or not the fine
and cost imposed upon Keuhen wiil bo re
mitted by the council depends in a great
measure upon the decision of tho city attor
ney, to whom the mutter was referred.
O, Havthohn & Co. have the largest stock
of boots and shoes in the city.
Hams at the New York Store 10 j'o per
lb. best brands; also 12 lbs of cleiice lard
Tin: parents and guardians of school
children should bear in mind that A. W.
Pyatt &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. To the Tit.um. Our stock being the
largest general stock in the city of Cairo,
and haing bought for cash, we propose to
sell goods, both at wholesale and retail,
lower than any other house in Southern Ill
inois to prompt paying cash customers. We
invite a call from those needing goods, and
be assured we will keep the old time name
of the cheapest store in Cairo the New
Lahokst Stock of Ixiots and shoes in the
city of Cairo ut lower prices than ever sold
liefotv, at the New Y'ork Store.
LAnonixt men should see our $2.00 and
$2.50 boots. They are bargains.
O. Haythor & Co.
Flannels at the New York Store from 15
to 25c. Go and see them. Also best Doe
skin Jeans for 50c or yard.
At the meeting of the city council, on
Friday night, the following members were
present, viz: Foley, Halliduy, Lancaster,!
Rittenhouse, Thistlewood, Wood and
Wright 7. The committee of claims re
ported an urm-load of claims against the
city, most of which were allowed. We
note below a portion of the cxpunditurcs
made by the Board of Health, or in the
maintenance of our sanitary regulations:
To special police to enforce quarantine, etc.,
$520; to Sisters Holy Cross, keeping and
nursing yellow fever patients, $100; F.
Vincent, for lime, $48; Dr. J. J. Gordon,
for medical attention to th" sick. $275: Geo.
E. O'Hara, for medicines. $n; P.G.Schuh,
medicines. $79; to Mayor Winter, money
expended and goods furnished, $120.50;
William Winter, jr., filled orders for gro
ceries and provisions for poor families,
$87.75; L. S. Marshall, for coffins, $20;
Western Union Telegraph company, for
maintaining night operator at Columbus to
report upward bound steamers, $15; J. E.
Parks, for burying sundry yellow fever vic
tinie, claimed $240.50, allowed $201.50;
Cairo City Coal Company, for 211 trips with
tug to meet approaching steamers, $115
allowed $100; Alexander County Bank,
paid mayor's and city clerk's checks, $210;
Geo. II. Parsons, 50 bbls. of tar and dray
nge, $133.10; Fred. Whitcflmp, fir hauling
garbage during month of October, $55;
sundry persons for distributing disinfect
ants and other labor, $100, and soon, ml
infinitum. The total amount of the bills of
the character indicated is suid to bo between
$2,500 and $2,000. Win n those already
paid and yet unallowed are grouped to
gether the total will be what ? We shrink
Prints, Pmnts. Go and see the 5c
prints at the New Y'ork Store.
Buy your blankets und quilts of O. Hay
thorn & Co. ; a job lot for sulo very low, O.
llaythorn & Co. .
TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY OP MISS
MEROA TOWERS, DECEASED.
Died, at tho residence of her mother, on
Washington Avenue, ut 10 o'clock, Oct.
0th, Meroa Elizabeth Powers, oldest daugh
ter of Mrs. Zerehla Powers, of this city.
Of tho many who fell by tho yellow fev
er plague, in our little city, few will bo
missed and mourned as she. Boru in Louis
ville, Ky., in 1853, she was but a child in
years when sho entered the Blackburn
University ut Curlinvillo, 111., from which
institution she graduated in 1873. From
that time forth she devoted her time und till
cuts teaching in our district schools. Three
years she taught iu tho sclioolo in this city,
and two yeirs in tho country districts of tho
county ; in Hueh and all of which schools
she ifiive tntire and perfect satisfaction.
Life's duties wero many and trying; but
with sclf-Scniul wonderful in onesovounff,
she perforiied them well and skilfully, and
with a quiet dignity that graeodtho woman
us the womuu graced every position in the
)H CKN IX DII
COIJ.COMMKKCI.VL AY. AN I ) Kit J J ITKKNTJ I ST,
(iEO. E. O ILVirX. Vropriitor,
U supplied with a full sto. k of Fvh Uru-., Medli Inc. mid (-b-mlr.nl of umlouhtnl purity
clnoa ol'1u""ay.H,'U,r Vl'rtU'n"'y' ,,n"1"'"' "C ' " F"" of "" ' "" '"' P'""I "',1
STEsperlul Care ami A I trillion Khen to Hie conipmiuitlitiriir plMm,,' prfscrlplii.ii.
short but useful lifo that she was called
upon to I'll. A devoted daughter, the stay
and comfort of her mother; the self forgi
ing, reliable elder sister; tho honesl-in urted.
honorable friend; the progressive,, intelli
gent woman j what can be said of any one
that cannot be said in all love, honor and
respect of our lamented and mourned
Moron.' Is it strange tho hand that writes
this short tribute of respect to her memory
should halt, feeling that tho half that
should bo said is left unsaid.
The following touching pare.graph is
taken from the Curlinville Democrat, of Oc
toiler 12th, and will find un echo in tic
heart of all who knew her: "Jt was with
sorrow llitit the students of Bluckbiini 1'ni-
versity were informed of the death f Miss
Meroa Powers, of Cairo. She was a gradu
ate of Blackburn, and was known only to bo
loved und esteemed. Let those of u- who
survive her, profit by the noble example
we have, asexhibited in the life and charac
ter of our deceased sister." A. A. H.
Sixtkkn" Yauks of ('anion Flannel for
$1.00, lit the New York Store.
Foil first-class Ix tots und Aw go to O.
I I n thorn fc Co.';.
li'KP.v. Why will men smoke common
liucco w hen they call buy Mm burg liro's
'eal of North Carolina" at the s:ii:ie price?
A vol no gentleman wants a good room
and rooin-niate. Address "15," care of Bi t.-
A l OMi'i K.rE stock of West l'mihers" Phil-
adelphia-imtdc lino shoos, for ladies ami
children, for sale by O. llaythorn it Co.
Attracted by crowd last evening on
8th street, we went, we saw, and were con
quered, and came away convinced that
Cairo is pot yet dead, nor will lie nslung us
we have micJi citizens as John Sprout. We
saw a clean and beautiful store, devoted en
tirely to the fish anil oyster trade; some
thing never before seen in Cairo. Piles of
fresh oysters, direct from Baltimore, lus
cious looking lolniters in the shell, fresh
cod, fresh mackerel, fresh Halibut, little-
neck clams iu their orginul covering,
witli Mackinaw trout and white tish,
und tho finest specimens of our own
native fish ever seen in Cairo, ull packed
away in an immense freozintr box. and
making a grand "tout ensemble," enough
to tantalize the palate of the most ixacting
epicures. 1 ms tiling Mr. nproat i going
to keep up, and the citizens of Cairo should
encourage him in his euterpri.se. With but
one week's experience he is satisfied that
Cairo wiil appreciate his endeavor. Wc
have tried his delicacies and can only say
""O then and do likewise."
Notick. Cranberries, mince meat, apple
butter, und the best line of pie fruit, at the
New Y'ork Store.
Buy Corley's cork corset, for sale only by
O. llaythorn & Co.
Smokers, if you wish a fine "Key West"
or "imported cigar, call at rvorsiwyers
cigar store. It is the only pluco in the city
almost daily in roeipt of fresir good
LETT IE COLEMAN'S LAUNDRY.
Mrs. Lottie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Washing
ton und Commercial avenues, and takes this
method of informing her old friends and
patrons that she is again at their services,
and solicits their patronage. She has re
duced jirices to suit the times.
Wk sell first-class IhioIs and shoes lower
than any other house in the city.
O. Haytihikn & Co.
, STORE ROOM FOR RENT.
Tho eligible store room at the comer of
14th und Washington Avenue, now occupied
by Messrs. Pettis & Bird, is for rent. It
will bo rented as a whole, or will be parti
tioned off to suit tho wants of renters. This
is a rare opportunity for men of small cap
ital who mny desire to establish a money
making business, as the stand is confessed
ly one of tho best in tho city.
Furnished und unfurnished rooms on tho
second floor of the same building, for rent
on reasonable terms. Apply on tho prem
ises to Mrs. Jno. H. Phillips. Nov5tf
As TIIK QUAUANTINK HAS OPENED, Mrs.
Williamson opens her store again, and
wishes to say to tho public that she has a
full lino of millinery und notions, and she
solicits every ono to call and examine her
stock before purchasing elsewhere. She will
display during the week ono of tho hand
somest lino of ladies' trimmed pattern hats
over brought to this city; also a handsome
lino of hats, feathers, and flowers, und
many other thing! new in tho notion line,
which she can and will sell as cheap as any
dry goods house in the city. She is pre
pared to rcmod'd old hats into any of tho
latest stylos for the small sum of 25 to 33
cents each. Hats dyed black or brown
Mrs. W. has just added to her stock a full
supply of different stylos and patterns of
jewelry. Go and examino tlieni.
UC STO U K
IMSY MiOU.s. KIC.
UUMJ.N YY ATKRj
The largest wholesale and retail Dry
j Goods and ( lothitlg House in tliN City
a Pi; receiving new Goods daily mM He
offering great bargains In the most hand
some lines of ( AIU'KTS, OIL I.o'flls
uiul MATTINGS; MiU. Cashmeres, i;ou
....I ... i
MM--.-, .urn a grcui many oU;er i:ew
styles of Dress Good.-. I'uns, Kt,-,
fact in every department of U
iiess, they cordially invite the iiiMj:
to call and we their stock.
WATCHES. JKWhl.UV. ETC,
JVDWAIM) A. lU'DKIi
(SiincMor lo E. A W. Umii r),
And Dntl'-r Iu
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jcwt !it
Cor. Eighth St. ami Washington Ave.
J I. HO ITT,
Watchmaker it Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Ill tui'i-ti l omiie-rcial atel I
FINK WATCUWORK A SI'KCIAI.TY,
( ?-Ei:ira villi nod
II kindf t,f ri'piiriB;- avi'y
itr All kiudf of Solid Jrwvlry
mudr to cd -.
2s KW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Varietv S tod;
IN' TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
Cor. Mnelwnlh atrorl and I.
loiomi-rvlal Aw., )
C. O. PATIKlt it CO.
JMH.MAVS LIVER PAP.
Ohio Levee and