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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORMNO, NOVEMBER 15, 1878.
It. SMITH, 31. D.
Office and Evidence :
NO. il THIRTEENTH 8TESRT, CA1KO, ILL'
H. E. W. WHITL0CK,
Omca-Xo. VIC Commercial Anast, betwee
titfklbaud Ninth Street
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
KXICE-Eltrhth Street, near Commercial A venae.
g P. WHEELER,
OFFICE -Ohio Levee, bcU Foerth and Sixth it.
JINEGAR 4 LANSDEN,
At toroey s-at-Law.
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Ansae.
St. Ix)UH, Cairo and Padacah Packet
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Leavri Cairo every Weduetday at S p.m. for Padu
rah. Leave Cairo every Thursday at i p.m. (or St.
Kor freight ar parage apply on Halllder A Phillips'
barf boa i. ur to J AMES BIOGd, Agent.
M, Ohio Levee.
Kr Columbus, Hickman and New Madrid
3b T. T. HILLMAN, Si
JOSEPH AM BROS. . . ... . Master.
LEAVES CAIRO EVERY
T I'ESD A Y,TH UILS DAY and SATURDAY
For freight or parage apply on Ilalllday Jt Pbll
I i pa' Wharf bout, or to
JAMES BIGQS, Agent
Ml Okio Levee.
(jAIIiO CITY FERRY CO.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICI AL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
8ioai Owioi. I
Caiiio, HI., Nov 14, e78. f
Time. liar. Thor. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
!.:! in mi.
N K 4 Fair
N 1 Fair
N E 5 Cloudy
N K ft Cloudv
Maximum Thermometer, lip; Minimum Ther
mometer, t l : l.ultilitll, 0.00 inch.
W. II. RAY,
Seru't Signal Corp. I'. S. A.
Konta.-To whom rr mat ookcbbk. Tka Cairo
Balletln Co., will par no billa contracted by any of
ita employe, or any one connected with Tui Ili'ly
LimN, unlem the name la made on a wrlteo order
signed by uiyn.-lf, andtbe order roust ba attached to
llie.lilll when presented.
Jour II. Obibj.t.
MATTERS OK LOCAL IMPORT.
An unusual number of strangers throng
til tmr principal thoroughfares yesterday.
See notice of meeting of the W. C. &
L. A. this afternoon at the Library Room.
Billy and Jolin lloldcn, of Uni'y, were
in the city yesterday, making purchases for
the Hodge's Park nulls.
Dr. J, C. Sullivan is on the sick list.
The nature of his ailment, had not, at the
time of our inquiry, heen fully determined.
The Pliu'MK drug store is receiving the
attention of the paper hanger and painter.
The humps of cleanliness and order are
highly developed in O'llara's cranium.
--Dr. Seymour's visit to Cairo was fixed
for the 15th of December, and not the 15th
of November, as wo inadvertedly stated
yesterday. Our religious editor is absent.
Miss Alice Lunsden, daughter of Mr.
Thomas I.ansden, has been perfecting her
musical education in the conservatory of
.Madame Uudersdorff, near Boston, Mass.
James Sumerwell, Esq., our latu health
officer, says lie can reduce it to an abso
lute demonstration that the theories set up
in n late contribution to the "Monthly
Journal" are as faulty as t. statement of
fact made therein is fslse. And on this
issue he is ready for trial.
That, in the time to come, wo may
have record proof of long season of quiet
und good order, ami not because we wish to
fill up, we ugain note a day (,f idleness in
our police courts. Not a single law-breaker
has been "pulled" since our last issue.
Several new buildings arc In courso of
rrwtion iu the city, most of which will be
ready for occupancy by the first of January.
A gentleman engaged in the erection of
a dwelling house, informed us, yesterday,
that ho had had call from no less than six
teen persona who wanted to rent dwelling
A negro ono hundred and eleven years
Ul, named Benjamin Allen, insisted upon
being hauled to the Alton polls, that he
might vote for the companion of hit youth,
John Q. ilarmun, Esq. Unlike Mr. Bar
man, Mr. Allen is very feeble and looks
much older than Mr. II., although, as he
says, they were boys together.
Yesterday was another delightful day,
with a perceptible lowering of the mercury
Hie rctnrnof Mr. Obcrly's family trom
a protracted visit among relatives iu Ohio, is
looked for to-day. Mr. L. C. Schuekcrs
will accompany them.
The new dwelling house under way on
Poplar street, near Turner Hall, is the prop'
erty of .Moses Tessier, and will bo occupied,
when completed, by his family.
The newly elected sheriff, county cor
oner and commissioner, will qualify and
enter upon a discharge of their dutie, on
the first Monday in December next.
'With few or no dwelling houses to
rout, and with the. work of improvement
going on in all parts of the city, we can
safely argue that Cairo is not half as badly
hurt as it was supposed it would be.
Hiram Hill, the well known Cairo diver,
is still at work removing the dangerous
rocks from the Grand Chain. We publish
to-day a very interesting account of the pro
gress of the work he has in hand.
Country -wagons, loaded with Irish po
tatoes, sweet potatoes, turnips, chickens,
etc, are coming in quite freely. Not a few
of them come from points in Union and
Johnson counties, forty or fifty miles dis
tant. The members of the Excelsior Social
and Literary society, with a number of in
vited friends, will enjoy a social hop, to
night, at the residence of Mr. G. W. Morse,
on Walnut street. The affair will be rech
Mr. Frank Schuckers, who represented
The Bulletin on the occasion of Mr.
Joseph Luf kin's golden wedding, speaks of
the affair in terms of glowing enthusiasm.
For confirmation of this statement, "see
-Mr. C. O. Patier, of the New Ycrk
Store, is improving his Twentieth street
home property by the erection of an iron
fence, of a very handsome and elaborate
pattern. He is the first to adopt iron fences
in the upper part of the city.
Messrs. Pettis Js Bird will take pos
session of their new store room on the cor
ner of Eighth and Washington, in a week
or two. They purpose making such addi
tions to their stock as will completely
dumbfound the natives thereabouts.
We gather rumors to the effect that a
new evening paper will be started in this
city, in the course of a week or two. As
there never was a more propitious period
for starting a tiiird daily paper in Cairo, it
is scarcely probable that the rumor is un
founded. "Steamljoat on fireJ" was the startling
exclamation heard on the levee yesterday;
and sure enough, those who contemplated
a dintant upward-bound steamer with the
naked eye, felt rather certain that they saw
flames bursting through the hurricane
roof. The aid of a glass being secured, the
lurid flames resolved themselves into red
With a force of about twenty-five men
engaged at the work, breaking rock and
putting it in place, and probably a like
number engaged in quarrying and trans
porting material, the Cairo wharf is rapidly
Incoming what it seems intended it shall
!: the largest and best wharf between
Louisville and New Orleans.
Miss Emma Graham, daughter of N.
W. Graham, Esq., of Carbondale, is in the
city on a visit to the family of Mr. Chas.
Oaligher. Mr. Graham was, as our old
citizens will recollect, a member of the
widely known tinn of Adams, Graham &
Co., and later, as almost everybody will
recollect, a prominent aspirant for the
Democratic nomination for congress in this
Not infrequently a coarse, cross
grained tramp is unexpectedly held to ac
count for insulting women and children
w hom he supposes are helpless. A customer
of (his character, on being refused a lunch
by a little cirl living in the Fourth Ward,
commenced belching out his coarse insults
upon her. What else he would have dono
had not the heavily booted foot of the
father, impelled by a shapely and very mus
cular h'g, lifted him clear off the sidewalk,
we are left to conjecture.
The gentleman whom wo substituted
in our own place to take down the evidence
before the Coroner's jury in tho Joe Wy
man ease, neglected to tako down tho tesli
nioiiy given in by Mr James Biggs, who
saw the shooting that resulted in Wyman's
deatli, and also tho testimony of officer
Axley, who assist'd in -Uio
first attempt to arrest him. Tho
testimony of Mr. Biggs was important as a
corroboration of that given by Mr. Lloyd.
He saw the desperado pursuing the party
who proved to bo oflker Wilson, and strik
ing at him in a violent and vicious manner;
hoard the officer call upon his assailant to
"stop," two or Hireo times, saw too officer
stumble ami shortly after heard tho report
of the pistol and saw tho desperado lying
wounded on thu ground. Mr. Axley's tes
timony corrolKirated that of officer Cain,
with the addition that he saw Wyinan oen
his knife with his teeth; that ho, Axley,
struck him on tho arm wilh his billy; com
manded him to drop tho knife, and ndinon
ishod Cain to "look out for it." The testi
mony of these two gentlemen only mado
tho complete justification of officer Wilson
double complete, M from tho testimony
published yesterday tho reader could form
only ono conclusion, viz: that Wilson acted
in self-defence, aud would undoubtedly
have been killed or severely wounded, had
he not shot his desperate assailant.
Wo hear It stated that Capt. Bam. Orr
contemplates the establishment of a family
grocery among tho denizens of Beech Ridge
just beyond the line of the 5Ui Cairo
It will prove rather "cool comfort" to
the Democratic element of the Cairo Green
back club to know, as they now must if
they read the papers, that the majority of
their Republican confederates in Puluski,
Jackson, Perry and Randolph counties,
"went tack" on Davis, and now openly
boast of the support they gave to Thomas.
Tho "Greenback dodge" as they call it,
played precisely the part they intended it to
play diverted enough Democratic support
from Allen to insure tho election of Thomas
Major and Tessier finding their old
quarters insufficient in point of size to ac
commodate the demands of their business,
are putting up a new building, facing on
Ninth street and running entirely across the
block to Tenth street. Once in tin's build
ing and supplied with an enlarged force of
mechanics, they will supply tho growing
demand for their improved plows, etc., in a
manner that will prove satisfactory in every
way. What Cairo most needs, just now, is
about one hundred such firms as that of
Major and Tessier.
The parlor billiard table, for the sale
of which in this city, Mr. John Koehler is
sole agent, is not only a very teat and
handsome pcice of furniture, but is as com
plete in all its appointments and details as
any full-sized billiard table that can be
purchased for 400. Balls, cues, pins, etc.,
for playing any kind of a game, accompany
it; and when it is no longer needed as a
billiard table, the top can be so reversed as
to make as elegant a writing desk, work or
card table as could be desired . Price,
complete, only $35. A cample table can
be seen at the Butchers and Drovers' saloon
on Eighth street
General Grant never worked at the tan-
ner'a trade an hour in his life. Uo was a
salesman and porter in s leather store once;
but knows no more about curing hides than
we know about tho President's intention re
specting the Cairo postoffice. We knew
that tho "tanner gag" was a cheat all the
time, but our colored citizens had purchas
ed two or three hundred blue oi! cloth
capes, and we didn't want to spoil the inno
cent delusion they enjoyed, that, wkh their
capes on, they looked like Grant did when
he was a tanner. Grant'a brother-in-law,
Corbin, is responsible for letting this truth
be known for snatching, as it were,
another star from the shoulder-strap of the
great Galenain's reputation.
Ono of our conservators of the peace
who has had more to do with the tramp nui
sance than any other citizen of Cairo, gives
it as his opinion that every attempt to rid
the city of the nuisance will prove abortive
so long as our sympathetic, easily-duped
and charitably inclined peoplo continue to
feed them. A large number of tho tramps
now uifesting tho city have their head
quarters some where in the undergrowth of
the island. Every morning two, four or a
half dozen of their number are dispatched
to thu city to beg edibles, and they scarcely
ever fail to return with a sufficient supply
to run the gang through the day. Next
morning a new set of messengers is sent out,
and the same success in gathering up food
crowns their begging. Henec tho officer in
question very sensibly concludes, that while
our people hold out such inducements for
the vagabonds to remain, the effort of tho
police to drive them away will be time and
effort wasted. Can't we, then, to rid our
city of the danger and curse of trampism,
shut our hearts and close our cupboards
against the importunities of tho gatherers
up of food, and thus starve out tho whole
A C.UItO HOTEL CI.KI1K VAMOSK8
, Tho clerk of tho Arlington house, Mr.
Emmet Champlin, absconded last Tuesday
evening, with $50, with which amount he
had l)3en sent out in town to pay bills. After
missing him for several bourn, and gaining
no tidings of his whereabouts, a suspi
cion was raised, and after un invwtigatlon
and inquiries, it was found ho had in addi
tion to tho apparently paltry sum, for
whi.'.h he had sold himself, so to speak,
also written out BeVer.d orders, tnado paya
ble to himself, with tho signature of bis
employer, Capt. MeCawley, by which ho
might obtain tho goods desired, consisting
of a largo amount of clothing and sundry
other articles. In all, tho amount stolen
amounts to nut less than $150 if not a
great deal moro.
Mr. Ernest A. Champlin's homo is In
West Troy, New York. For Heveral years
past beheld responsible positions in St.
Louis once as cashier of the Q rover & Ba
ker Sewing Maehino Company, and
connected with ono of tho banks in that
city. To all appenranoo ho was a passably
good fellow, but ho had a great propensity
to "tramp" a habit acquired a few months
previous to accepting a position in tho Ar
lington hoiiso. Champlin is about 4 feet, 0
or 7 inches in height, well built, u brunette,
haircut Hhort, no whiskers, weight a!out
135 pounds, with an abundance of clothes
when last Heen. An oceular exami
nation of tho shape of his head would nt
onco convince any ono that his "bump ot
sonsitivenuss" and "acquisitiveness," phre
nologiually speaking, were too well marked,
arJ not sufficiently counterbalanced by that
vey essential internal monitor, "conscient
iousness.' It is hoped this ungrateful scamp
wil yet be overtaken aud brought to jus
tic A GOLDEN WEDDING.
MRANDMHS. JOSEl'U LUKKIX, BKN., I KI.K
lit AT K Til Kin riKTIKTII UAHniAOK ANNI
UiKSAltT -A FAMILY KK-l'NIOX A OHA.ND
KAHT THE l'ltl'SEKTS, KTC., ETC.
Maiiy Chakk Mkkhill;
Inch was the motto that greeted the eye
of a reporter for The Bulletin us on the
afi-rnoon of Wednesday last he entered the
hone of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lufkin, sen.,
at Villa Ridge. The house, a cosey country
residence, surrounded by all that makes
lumc comfortable und attractive, was
tlronged with the relations, friends and
acquaintances of the venerable couple, and
the Bulletin cross-questioner was not long
in learning that the occasion was the fiftieth
anaiversy of the wedding of the host and
hostess that they were, after a cycle of
fifty yeas, in the presence of God and the
company assembled, to reconsecrate the
vows so long ago given.
For the first time in inuny years
all of the children of Mr. and
Mrs. Lufkin, as well as all their living
grandchildren, were brought together:
Jolui E. Lufkin, wife und five children, of
Anna; Jos. H. Lufkin, wife and three chil
dren, Villa Ridgo; Orin Lufkin, wife und
one child, Villa Ridge; Herbert Lufkin,
youngest son, and Mrs. Wiu. H. Thomas,
his daughter, with her husband and four
children, of La Grange, Mo. Among the
invited guests were Capt. L. P. Wilcox and
wife, Harry C. Bouton and wife, and Mrs.
Bachelor, of Anna ; Capt. E. W. Green and
wife, of Cairo; Judge A. M. Brown nml
wife. Col. Fombelle and wife, Judge Min
nich and wife, Mr. Depew aud wife, Dr.
Mott and wife, Judge Hosraer and wife,
Capt. Edson and wife, Mrs. Melindy, Mrs1
Workman, Mrs. Walter Edson, Mrs. Pol
lock, Mrs. A. C. Burtleson, Mrs. E. J. Ay
era, Mrs. Wheelock, Mrs. Ilooppaw, and
At three o'clock, all tho children and
grand-children having been gathered in
a circle about the venerable couple, the old
gentleman, though inhisseventy-third year
yet full of life and viijor, said that among
the Quakers it sometimes occured that the
couple performed their own marriage cere
mony, and on this occasion they would fol
low out the old custom. Then, turning to
his wife, he spoke as follows:
Thee, Mary, with thia ring 1 wed,
to lirty yean ago, I aatd.
Bebold! another ring for what?
With the fimt ring I married youth,
Grace, bt-anty, innocence and truth.
Tvte long admired, acnae lung revered,
And all sir Mary then appeared.
If abe, by merit tlnce dlacloaed,
Frova twice the woman I anpponed,
I plead that double merit now,
To Justify a double vow.
Here, then, to-da;(with faltb a tare),
With ardor aa lntcnre and pore,
Ai when amld.t the rites divine,
I took thy troth and plighted mine
To thee, tweet wlfu, my aecoud hin,
A token and a pledge I bring.
With thia I wed, till death uc part,
Thy rlpr virtue V) my heart
Thouc virluiia, which before untried,
The wife ha added to thu bride.
Thiwe Virtue, whose prngreimive claim,
Kndetiriiig wedlock' very name,
My Mini enjoy, my noul approve.
For conscience's nuke an well a. love's;
Kur why! the)- kuow nm, hour by hour.
Honor' lilh thought. Hffectlou'a power,
Mitcretion'a deed, pound Judgment' lentenre.
And u-aeh mu all thing-hut repentance.
T.iis ceremony concluded, congratula
tions were showered ' upon the old people
by children, grand-children, guests and all.
Alter a brief interval the party sat down
to i repast, the like of which is seldom
Bee.i in this part of the country. To give a
description of the tables and all the go id
things on them, would require more time
am) space than w can devote to them;
but a number of the cakes deserve special
mention. In the centre of the table was a
magnficent fruit cake, frosted with exquis
ite taste j but the most itttraetive feature
about it was the gold leaves and dollar
gold piece with which the frosting was
decorated. This cake, together
with a white cake, as tooth
some as it w:ts large, were
the gifts of Mrs. J. E. Lufkin, ot Anna.
Mrs. Joe and Mrs. Orin Lufkin were the
donors of tlireo cakes each, which wero al
80 very fine. That tho party did ample
justice to tho good things spread boforo
them may be imagined.
While tl.o party were at dinner, tho
BuM.iiTiN man saw his opportunity to get a
look at the presents, and accompanied by
Capt. W. II. Thomas, an old-time Cairoito,
hither he hied himself. Tho present were
numerous and many of them expensive
and may be enumerated as follows: Hand
some china card receiver, Mrs. Walter Ed
son; handsome silver cako stand, Mr. Aud
Mrs. J. E. Lufkin and daughter; two silver,
gold lined, salt cups, Capt. E. W.
Green and wife; ten dollar gold piece
from Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Thomas,
to mother Lufkin; ten dollar
gold pice from Herbert Lufkin to father
and mother; gold acctuclcs for nuther,
from Mrs. W. II. Thomas; handsome gold
watch and chain from W. It. Thonia to
father Lufkin; gold thimble,. Mrs. L. P.
Wilcox, of Anna; fifty-ce.it gold piece, from
Adelo Lufkin, oldest grand-child; gold pen
and holder, for father Lufkin, Mr. and Mrs,
Wilcox, of Anna; gold pen and holder for
mother Lufkin, II. 0. Bouton and wife, of
Anna; handsoino silver picklo caster, Mr,
JI-KEN IX DR
CO 11. COMMKUCJ AI, AV. AND K1Q IITK10NT1 1 ST.,
GEO. E. O'HAKA, Proprietor,
l aupplli.il Willi a full mock of Freah Uruu'a, Medicine and Chemical of undoubted purity,
clue, onle'day1'''' Pl'rftlm,y' V'1"1' "iK-' tai ,'u1' all Ihe popular I'ateut Family m,.h
IVEsperlul Cure ami Alton! Ion clvea to I lie coMpounding of physicUm' praarTlptlniia.
aud Mrs. Orin Lutkin; gold thimble, from
Mrs. Wulter Edson, Mrs. A. C. Burtleson
and Mrs. Dr. Mott; gold pencil, Judge Hos
iner aud wife; gold spectacles to Mother
Luf kiu from Mrs. Melindy, Mis. Wheelock,
Mrs. W. Edson, Mrs. A. M. Brown, Mrs.
Minnich.Mrs. Avers and Mrs. E. Workman.
Aside from these there was a uumlicr of
other presents, but the names of the donors
were not obtainable.
In conclusion, it may not be inappropri
ate to givo a brief sketch of the earlier
days of the veneruble couple forming the
subject of this item. Joseph Lufkin, as
well ns his wife, are natives of Maine. Mr.
Lufkin was Uirn at Falmouth, Cumlierland
couuty, in that state, on the 5th of July,
1805, and his wife, whose maiden name was
Mary Chae Merrill, at Yarmouth, in the
same county, on the 13th of January, 1X07.
They are both of revolutionary stuck. They
were married o.i the 18th of November,
1828, and more than thirty years of their
married life was spent in the State of their
nativity. Their children J. E. und J. 11.
Lufkin, Jr., having grown to manhood,
left the old soil and settled in Southern
Illinois, whither about the year 1 the
father and mother with die younger mem
bers of the family followed them. The
old couple settled down where tin y uow
live, and have ever since lived. Out of the
wilderness they have succeeded in making
onu of the best farms in the vicinity, und
have gathered alxnit them all thow coin
forts which make life pleasant and agrfca
able. They an; esteemed and honored by
their neighbors, and with their children
aud grand children 'round-about them,
their latter days promise to be full of peace
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
TO THE MEMORY OK P. o'LOLOIILIN.
At a late meeting of the St. Patrick's
Benevolent society, the following resolutions
wero adopted :
Whereas, During the prevalence of the
yellow fever which afllicted our city, it
pleased Almighty God to number ut'noni;
the victims our late honored President,
Patrick O'Loughlin, therefore lie it
Resolved, That in his death our socie ty
has lost an impartial officer and a credita
Resolved, That to the wife and children
of the deceased we tender our deepest sym
pathy in the loss of their kind and loving
husband and father, their mainstay and
Resolved, That these resolutions be pub
lished and a copy of the same l transmit
ted to the family of the deceased.
William O. Callahan, '
Patiuck Mix.ki.kh, ("om.
Chrw Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
bacco. French pattern hats. Just received,
a largo invoice of French Pattern huts at
Mrs. 8. Williamson's.
Bi'Y your school books ot A. W. Pyatt &
Co. Their stock is completo, aud their,
prices such as defy succuvil'ul vompctitiun.
Foil a good shave for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's barber shop, No. M l Commercial
Straws and fklts A full iissnrtiueiit of
all the different styles and shapes at.
Miis. S. Williamson's.
Smokers, if you wish a (!ne "Key West"
or "Imported" cigar, call at Korsmeyer's
cigar store. It is the only place in the city
almost daily in reeipt of fresh nnods
Rooms to i.kt Two furnished rooms lo
rent. One with, lire; situated iu htiMiuss
part of the city. Apply at No, 105, Com
mercial Avenue. Mils. S. Williamson.
Tiikri-'. will be a meeting of the Women's
Club und Library Association in the Libra
ry Rooms Friday, November 15th, 1878, at
3 p.m. All members are requested to be
present. K. H. Lkioiitun,
Ik 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 us the lowest.
Lont A sleeve button, a round yellow
stimo set In gold, odd style. Tho loser
thinks tho button and cuff wero lost to
gether. A reward of more than tho valuu
of thu button will bo paid the finder on
returning it to Taber Brothers.
Tint parents and guardians of school
children should bear in mind that A. W.
Pyatt keep every description of school
books used in the public schools in Cairo,
and offer thorn at prices that should have a
controlling In fluenco with economical buy
ers. QintiiY. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Urn's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price?
UG STO RE,
IRY G00DH. ETC.
The largest wholesale and retail Dry
Goodn and Clothing Honse in ihi City;
are receiving new Good daily and mo
ofTcriug gmit bargains in the moat fcand
Home lines of CARPETS, OIL CLOT US
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres, lk,u.
reltes, and a great many oilier new
M1'H of bra (,'o.kIh, Fans, Ek-.; in
fact in every department of (heir busi
ness, they eordially invite the j.-tblic
to rail and sec their htoek.
WATt'HKs. JF.WF1.RY, KIT.
Edward A. Uudkr
(Snccei.or lo E. YY. Budir),
And DraWa la
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewel rv
Cor. Eighth St. and Washington Ave.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Hetwwn Commercial and I l .:. tii
Wa.hiugu.uave.., Ulll'0, 111.
FIXB WATCH WORK A SPFXIALTV.
IWKngraving and all kinda of repairing Bmly
l wAll Unda of Holid Jewelry made to on t
XKW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largwit Variety Stock
IX TUN ( TI'V
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