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THOMAS LiiWIN. Serre.urv.
THE DAILY IUILLETJX
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Only Moniin? Daily in Soutliovu Illinois.
Cairo. 111.. .May II. IH;. f
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V. 11. HAY.
Scrt Signal Conic, L'. s. A.
C'ouuty Court, Monday week.
I). L.Davis, Esq. ho knows liuxtun.
There are several eases of wltcKipin
'tough in the cily.
Sec notice of good house to rent, in
wanted column to-day.
Try the t,Ins," confessedly the best ten
cent ciL'ar that can be found in Cairo or
elsewhere. Sold by Wichert.
Old man Smith, the father-in-law of
parson Bowles, died Tliur-day night, of old
age and avast accumulation of cuiiHequeut
lust received by 0.0. Wiehert, corner
Washington and Fourteenth, a full supply
of the famous Cincinnati Summit Tine cut
chewing tobacco the bet line cut sold in
Mrs. Dr. Oibbs and Mr. and Mrs.
Ilcnry I'lanert, of Thebes, were in the city,
yesterday, and called at the Him.ktin office
to witness the processes by which newspa
pers are made.
The Pailueah News says that I'aducah
jg full of gamblers. We heartily sympa
thize with the gamblers. If they save
enough pocket change to pay ferriage out
.trt town they'll be unusually lucky.
Ixmise I'otncroy "for her he'd climb
the mountain Hide, fur her he'd nielli the
!lol" 'would the infatuated river editor
of the I'aducah News; but his wife would
make it awful hot fur him. should she
Chtch him at it.
--It is said that Nott has procured the
affidavits of 110 colored voters of the Fifth
""urd -the affiants all swearing that they
intended to vote for Nott and supposed
they hud done so. What figure these affi
davit, are expected to cut in the contest
case we are not able to determine.
We are reliably informed that some of
the tcCtom'-rs of Alex Frolhingham ii Co.,
brdiers, 12 Wall street, Sew Yoik, have
load'! $S0U within .10 days, from au invest
ment of uljout 100. Frothiiighum & Co.,
we thoroughly reliable. Send for their
Weekly Financial Kcport, scut free.
There is a report current to the effect
that the black fiend who murdered Zim
merman, at Mound's Junction, in the pres
uce of his family, something over two
jears fcgo, w as hanged by a itiuh it fe
srdghts ago, in Knox couuly, Indiana,, near
ViaceDucs. It is said that the black devil
while in the hands of the mob, confessed
that he wiw the murderer of Zimmerman,
nnd had had part In other ntrocious crimes
the confession of which rendered his
summary taking off n work of love, nnd
nlmost of duty.
The Arabs, at their engine house and the
Houghs at the market house cisterns, were
trying their engines last night. A large
crowd witnessed the trial. The water
thrown from the market house cistern gave
out the foulest odor that ever offended a
hum an nostril.
Judge liaker returned home Thursday
evening quite unwell. The Judge's health
has been seriously impaired for weeks --a
fact that his appearance indicated on sight,
lie was confined to his bed yesterday, and
will probably bo compelled to go through
a course of treatment before he recovers his
Much gore was found along the side
walks in the vicinity ot Commercial anil
Twentieth, yesterdey morning. As no
disturbance was heard in the neighborhood,
during the preceding night, speculation was
rife as to how the "ensanguined drops'
were spilled; and to this hour no one has
solved the problem.
For errors that appeav in Thk Bn.i.E
ti.v we are answerable, and the meekness
with which wo submit to the inevitable
reprimand softens, when it cannot disarm,
resentment. But when charged with the
mistakes of evening coteniporaiics, as we
have been, the fierceness of our protests ex
ceeds, in degree, the meekness of our sub
Health officer Wooten desires us to
s.iy to the parties who ocupy lots abutting
the railroad strip, that if they will vlace
the refuse, which they usually scatter pro
miscuously about the strip, in a pile
he will sec to it that it is hauled away.
This suggestion should be heeded. There
is no reasou wliv the strip should continue
th eye-sore it has been heretofore.
Mrs. William Weibkinrr, whose home
is n Miller's crefk, near Thebes, was the
subject, yesterday of a "lunatico in
qcirendo," nnd after a patient hearing of
the evidence the-jnry pronounced her un
doubtedly insane" and ordered her removal
to the. Insane Asvhi'.n at Anna. Religious
excitement was the cause .f her insanity.
Being crowded for room in this i-sii'-, we
will give particulars to-morrow.
It is said that m the "Closet scene"
from Hamlet, MNs Belle Gallhey, late of
Cairo, took the he, iris of the Lexington,
Mo., people by storm. Personating in their
order, the (Jueen, Hamlet's mother, Hamlet
and I'oNmiiK it is said that she revealed
the pos; s.-ion of extraordinary dramatic
powers, and won such rounds of applause
as are hut rarely bestowed upon the most
We hear it stated that Miss Mary Ho
gan, of St. Louis, will give a select reading
tin's evening, either before or after .Mrs.
Stanton's lecture. This information reaches
us through a postal from Joncsboro. Miss
Ilogan is said to be a fine elocutionist, and a
ladv of excellent intellectual culture gener
ally. She is warmly commended to the
good graces of Cairo poplc, and, we hire
say, her many excellences will be duly ap
preciated. It has come to the ears of some of our
policemen that the young man. ltuuner.
who killed Ilancainp. in this city, a num
ber of years ago, served out his term in the
penitentiary, and then migrated to Texas.
What be did in Texas to call down such
vcneiiee on his head we did not learn; but
report litis it that, a few weeks ago, an in
furiated mob tuok him in hand, nnd hanged
him to the limb of a tree until he we was
dead: dead! dead!
James Edwards, who is located in the
vicinity of the coal dump, siw a floater in
the Ohio, Thursday evening, und pulled it
to shore. A coroner V inquest was held over
the body in the evening. The body was
that of a man, probably thirty years of age.
Had on blue over-alls and stoga sh ics.
Nothing about the body by which it could
lie identified --a pipe and a pocket knife
being all that was found 'in the pockets.
The body had evidently been in the water
Tom O'Brien ha been best u:n to one
Amanda South, it !s said, for sometime
past. Yesterday morning feeling himself
in need of fund he called upon Amanda
tit stake him. Shu refused. He gathered
a knife and sawed it across her throat in a
threatening manner, and then hammering
her somewhat severely on the head and in
the face, vamoosed the ranch. Amanda
Btied, and O'Brien will be tried when
caught. The fuss took place on 1'npln.r
near the custom house.
James Campbell, n citi.en of Metrop
olis, reached Cairo from New Orleans
whither he had gone on a flat boat, hist
Monday or Tuesday. He drank quite freely
while here, und Tuesday evening boarded
the Fisk to go home. On the way up lie
drank frequently from n bottle he had
about his person, and sitting down in the
engine room he fell asleep. Vlien the boat
whistled to bind nt Metmtmlis.
Campbell was awakened and in a
drunken stupor gained his feet, staggered
to the door that opens into the engine
room, passed through to the guards nnd
slight ahead overboard into the river. A
passenger who saw him tumble overboard
hastened o, u,,. rus(.,.( ftm t.miiri,t the
struggling man by the rout tail: but the
hea.lwny of the bout being unchecked, the
coal tail parted and Campbell instantly
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOEMim.' MAY
sank nnd drowned. He had a family in
Metropolis, who were, no doubt, Svntching
nnxiously for Lis return ; but if he ever re
turns now, at all, it will be as a loathsome,
swollen corpse as the lifeless, repulsive
object that whisky made him.
If the intimation thrown out by the
Joncsboro Gazette be true if one of the
Democratic candidates for the exalted office
of Supreme Judge hasbeen guilty of the lit-
lencss of trying to effect his own nomina
tion by the "packing" process, we have no
hesitation in saying that that candidate is
utterly unfit for the position he seeks. The
people will feel a just abhorrence for the
man who, seeking the seat just vacated by
so good nnd great a man us Sidney
Brecse, decends to the intrigues of the pot
Mr. Saunders, a colored man, resident
of the Fifth ward, complained to Squire
Robinson, several days ago, that the two
Lorings, also colored had, without cause or
provocation, jumped upon liiui and given
him a merciless basting. The trial of the
cause was continued twice, and Thursday
evening Mr. Saunders feeling mollified,
called upon the Squire, paid the cost, nnd
broadly intimated that he had no cause
for action. Is Saunders, then, a mischief
maker or was he bought off ; One horn of
this dilemma he can't avoid.
Elmore Gregg lives in Mound City.
He came to Cairo and, as many a good fel
low had done before him, drank too much
liquid brain confuser. Ho bad eighteen or
twenty dollars in his pocket, drank several
times, visited sundry places, a'.l waked up,
yesterday morning, in strange quarters, and
feeling in his pockets he didn't have a cent,
lie thinks he lost the money before he
reached his 'Strang" quarters," but he is
not absolutely certain about anything. If
Mr. O. will profit by this experience, his
money was tolerably well invested.
"The Belle of Cairo" is the nam? of
the best five cent cigar ever sold in Cairo.
It is a new brand manufactured by Mr. G,
G. Wichert. of pure Havana filler. Duck
Island wrapper and binder, purchased by
Mr. W. during his recent trip to St. Louis,
at an extra high price. The Bel!,' is guar
anteed, anil lor even cigar that tails to
come up to the representations, Mr. W
stands ready to hand over one thousand. It
is manufactured only by him. and is sold
at no other stand in Cairo or elsew here. It
is' bound to become the smoker's five cent
Mr-. Elizabeth Cady Stanton stands
in the very fore-front of American lectur
ers. Her voice and gesttm-s are admirably
adjusted to the matter and spirit ot lcr
lectures, her enunciation clear aad distinct,
and her language of the purest English,
every idea b-ing clothed in the verbal dra
pery that suits it best, she enchai.is the at
tentiotr. and entertains, improves and bet
ters the listener in spite of himself. The
lady or gentleman who fails to hear her
lecture to-night, will never know how
much can be said about "Our Boys" in the
compass of n single lecture.
One of our colored citizens who has
eked out an existence by doing odd chores
about business houses, thinks of moving
to Chicago. As time is money, his capital
is large. He will, therefore, on bis arrival
in Chicago embark in the live-stock busi
ness and start a saloon. It has been
told us that he intended to leave Wednesday
evening, but by some awkward happening
he was locked up in an uptown stable und
kept there nil night. The name of this in
terprising individual is withheld, lest the
announcement of his purpose may affect
the Chicago live-stock market.
About ten days ago Tom Dannody, an
employe of the Illinois Central railroad,
was using a jackskrew under a freight car,
near the round house, and by some mishap
the iron rod he was using as a lever flew
o'lt and striking him across his eyes des
troying the sight of one of the,u instantly.
On Tuesday last he visited the Union City
optician to learn if there was any chance to
recover his lost sight. Yesterday we re
ceived word that the sight was not only
permanently destroyed, but blindness in
the other "je would eiisiie, us a conse
quence of Mrnpathy, The unfortunate
man has the warmest sympathies of every
body who knows the' full measure of his
We were listening to a drv "doctrinal
sermon" in a Baptist church in Lawicncc-
inirg, in. liana, a nutni.er ot years ago.
when, much to our surprise, we received
quite a lively punch from some quarter be
hind us. Looking around We sllW lin y.
ly gentleman's fac one we had never
se n before directly over our shoulder.
Before we could say a word he had pushed
his cane forward, and touching u gentleman
in the second seat ahead of us, K. eXult
ingly whispered in our ear: "That man's
been to France'." If the traveler who had
seen France was nu object of curiosity to
the Housiers, why may not we, (,f Cairo,
survey, with open-eyed admiration, the edi
tor of the Sun ; He knows Bi xton!
The Heform club hall was til,;d a"-ain,
last night, apparently packed with a studi
ous eye to an economical use (,f rvt,ry foot
ot the seating loom. I lie audieiie,. w'ns ad
dressed first by Mr. 11. II. Mills, f Anna,
and then by Mr. Henry I'lanert, of Thebes,
the President of the Thebes Ue,.m dub.
Boih addresses were of H plain, practical
chiiraeter-sueh as addressed themselves
rather to the reason, than the pussj,,,, sym
pathy of the listeners. The prf,mild,9t at
tention was given to the spelts, mnd the
audience was, we dnrc say, very agreeably
entertained. In the reuling room tho la
dies had provided an ibiindanco of most
excellent ice cream nnd a generous assort
ment of fruit, sponge, narble pound and
other cakes, and not a few of the largo
crowd partook ef these Usuries quite freely,
The concluding ccremories, which we did
not stay to see, was the selection of May
Queen by ballot.
Mr. Casey Stites' little three-year-old
child was playing at the comer of Seventh
and Commercial, yesterdry, and one of the
tramps that infest the city, passing that
way, persuaded the child to take a seat be
side him on some neighboring door steps.
While thus seated the tramping villain, un
der some pretext or another, got the child
to hold still while he retmved from its fin
ger a gold ring. Securing the ring, the
dastardly villain made tracks out of the
neighlHirhood. The child hurried to its
mother and told of its loss, but the thief
had passed out of sight. As several citi
zens saw the man and child sitting together
there is a possibility that the villain may
yet be identified and brought to justice.
This is the first thing in ti kinchen lay"
we have heard of during the season.
We are pleased to learn as we do
through the Lexington, Mo., paper, that
Miss Belle Galfney, daughter of Mrs. T. X.
Gatfney, is winning golden opinions in
Missouri, by an exhibition of great elocu
tionary excellence and a really wonderful
dramatic ability. Speaking of Mis.sGalf
ncy's reading before an immense
audience that had asembled in the
Second Presbyteri.in church, the Lex
ington paper says; "Special mention must
be made of Miss Belle Gulfncy, who stir
prised the audience by her fine voice, won
derful dramatic force, and graceful ges
tures. She, with Miss Mintuin. will give
serial readings snort ly, in all the adjacent
towns and neighborhoods, and mav always
expect a lull hou.se hereafter whenever
. I . . ! ni s i
inev give an enicriaiuuieui. i ne menus
and sehii il mates uf M.'ss Belle, living in
Cairo, will receive this assurance of her
histrionic triumphs with feelings of genu
ine pleasure, and will watch her career
with sincere wishes for her continued suc
We copy the following from the Jones
boro Gai'tte of to-day: "Judge John H.
Muikey. at the request of those who knew
his ability and fitness for Judge of the Su
preme Court, announced his candidacy for
this position several months ago. He was
so eminently qualified, that there was no
opposition to his election, and it was
hoped that no partizan action would
be necessary. Now, upon the eve
of the election, Messrs. Buxton,
Pollock, Tann. r and Green come into the
contest for this position, with tho following
political cast: Muikey, Buxton. Pollock,
Democrats; Tanner, Independent; Green,
Republican. This being the situation, a
Democratic convention is called to meet
at Mt. Vernon next Tuesday, the loth inst.,
to determine who of the three Democrats
sliall make the race. Ve tire sorry
to say that, before the convention
was called, one of the candidates
has gone into the counties and secured
pledges to support him in the convention,
and, in other words, is "packing" the con
vention to defeat his two opponents for the
nomination. We trust that the leading
Democrats, especially attorneys, who are
most interested in securing the election of a
capable Judge of the Supreme Court, will
be present at Mt. Vernon, and see that the
"machine" does not run away with the
party und the candidate, thus causing the
defeat of Democrats in this District, where
they have four thousand majority."
Mns. Ei.tZAiiETii Cady Stanton will lec
ture at the Atheneuin on Saturday evening.
May 10th, for the benefit of the Library.
Subject, "Our Boys." Admission 25 cents.
Reserved seats 50 cents. Tickets fur sale
at Hartuian's store. Lecture coin'mcncing
at 8 o'clock, sharp.
E.NTEiU'ittsK. Go to II. Meyers' for your
tobacco, he has received his stock of to
bacco in advance and will sell it from "i to
8 cents less a pound.
GitocEuiES, New and Fiu-ii, I have a
full line of fresh family groceries of every
variety, just received, and for sale at close
figures. All kinds of vegetables fresh from
the gardens. A large stock of canned
goods, fruits, etc., at Trigg's old stand,
Washington avenue. J. E. Si'ti.t.Eit.
John J. Stki.zkii has removed his stock
to Eighth street in the store lately va
cated by H. Houpt. He has a forge stock
of jewelry of all kinds, watches.clocks.etc.
His silverplatcd ware is unsurpussed and he
sells, down, down, way below miything ever
yet offered in this market. His watches
and clocks tire also down to the smallest
margin. He is a first-class jeweler and
works surprisingly cheap, repairing time
pieces and jewelry, and always guarantees
his work. Try him.
FOIl HALE AT KXTHAOHDINAIULT LOW IUUCES.
I have nine farm wagoni of my own
make, yet on, hand, and beiig out of that
business I will give cash bttjers great bar
gains in order to close out.
To citiz.ens of Cairo I neet say nothing
in commendation of my worl; but to til 1 1
would say, call .ind inspeci the wagons,
They will speak for theniflves. At the
old shop, between Fifth nnd sixth on Com.
niercial avenue. Cm. I'lTtit.
Marx is selling a Spleiulid Keep Cool Coat
Marx is selling an uiiilcrsliii't for 25 cents,
soltlt'lsowliere for 50 cents.
Marx isselling nine Flannel Suits from $!.:,
Marx is selling the Latest Style of Straw
Hats from 81.00 to $3.25.
Marx N the only agent in this city for the
.'omhination CuiT Shirts
Marx is selling a line White Duck Vet
at thk n.vsTHis inn si:.
J. C. Wiilis. Metropolis; Fannie Willis,
Metropolis; c. A. Maun, Perryyille, Mo.:
O. W. Cline, Frohna. Mo.; P. S. Van Nes.-,
Metropolis; A. Batcinan. Yinccnnes, Ind.;
T. M. llayn-s. Ml. Vernon, l'.!.; John Al
bert. Baltimore. Md.: T. E. McDonald,
Louisville, Ky.: .1. W. Millpaiigh, Shaw-net-town.
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llriltnii. Mar;d linmu. M-.rv
lirii.tih. hlta M-- I'.r-. --r. Mar-!. -i Mv-
l-al.ei:-. 111! .V." i e. It I. Mr.
t'iark. .Mr- '."r M.i!" V
clark. l.u- y Hi- E';i:.. Mary M...
ILirri". N.-n.iitc ...i- H le r. I.u-ii-.i Mr.
-M. Ilri.'lit !' V.. r:'v. Mr- .t,.:,ti
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I'lcaie Mat? Unit tin. 1 r.--r are ml Vi-n i
XonoDV will ski. u except he has the ad
vantage, for less than his neighbor. II.
Meyer has it. Call and see him.
Loiitt.LAiiD's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillard's X'ckle Xuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Kursineyer's at factor-
Mr. Paul M. Freidrich. known to our
people as a successtul educator, w ill open a
German-English School, m Turner's Hall,
on the first Monday in June.
All branches will be taught that arc re
garded essential ton thorough practical ed
ucation. An evening school, at Mr. F's residence
on Ninth street, will be opened on tin
evening uf the same day. Private lessons
in German or any other study given, on lib
For particulars app! to Mr. Freidrich, at
ICK, It'K WlIO!.lAI.F. AND RtXUL ill
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all iiartsof the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities ns cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
resilience on Seventeenth near Couunerci
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or nddrcss
me through the post-office.
F. M. Waul,
ICE! ICK! ICK!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale:
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol's
grocery store. .hi on Klkk.
Fiiist class cut cards nt the Bi llktin
office at St. Louis wholesale prices. Print
ing 1.00 to 1 ..10 per thousand.
Ti;n Clnts Woutii. - If you witnt a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for '."i cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, h-mcmber the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
" " " Note Heads. -I
" Linen Letter Heads.
2J3' " Linen Note Heads.
The must quality of paptT nt prices of
the cheapest grade.
0,'a pound statements nil colors.
10 pound Bills Ending.
14 and 1(1 pound Bill Reads.-nll cizes.
Extra super white Envelope ' Loul
wholesale prices. Printing: L0 cxtrn'
D..I! 1 ti' ...... -II Ltittls at Tim
iiumig aim miming, nu
We have files of Thk Daily Bit.i.ktin,
commencing May 1st, nnd ending
April IJOth, 1S7U, which we will sell, bind
iug and all. complete, fur $:)..0.
Envli.oi's printed at thcBi i.i.ktin office.
$Um) per M. Envelops furnished at St
Louis wholesale List prices fur the next""
NOTK K. To ALL W HOM IT MAY OM'Klt V :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must lie att.-n hed to
the bill when presented, and tm cmtrait
for advertising or job work are valid unh -the
same are endorsed by my.-elf.
E. A. Ill KNI.TT.
N F.W AI'Y F.liTls KM Y 1 .
A li(."". t .in n.iry. itli Imir riKiei., if.n.t ii
.Mi Ti-tity r';r-t :r.-.-! I.i tn.vu W aMoutim ml.i
W aitiiit. tn;ir e.i-.irt li.iu.iv Aiq.lv nt in. r.-t.l-i.t-uii
t u..tr.-vt. .1 Ai ill V A L IT N .
I'MINIs'l'inTnlCS M'TI K.
r-TTK or jam::. . i.iav. nr. r..t:n
The tn.il.-r-l.'ti.-.l. liavii, t,.-i-ij nfiiiiiiii. t A'i ;, -o
l.tOltOref the .tilt"- ill .I.1IIU-4 t ioliall. 1st,- o I',,
e.i'ility el A leaii.l.-r. ni.il -tat- i.f liiu.nio. 1 . .!
Ii'-p l-.v leit'i . tlmt Ik- u :,l i.), ar l..-fn- tin
...iii'ty r.iurt i.f AI'Aaii.l.r e.ini.n. ut tic- i.,i:rt
li.n- ln( air... at l!.e Jane , rm'. en th.- 'I ,ir.l
M'.n.iay In Jim.- tji t. at hi,, mn.- B: ),.-.uii.
Icciti." ilnltii" n.Min.t -aii! . -t.it.. ar" nut it'.'-.! al.t
r.-'i-i. st'-'l to ;t' l:'l fur the n: r . of hawl:,- ti.,
.nine a.ljn.tiil All n r-mi. inili-liii j tn..ija..
tale are r- j ii t 1 t ifuil.i: imtn. .hatt- .an;eiit
tu the im.l.-r-iii .1
ll.it. U till" Turlltv f.fl.'i int ,.f A,r ;1.A. !
t IIAIil.Ks ( I'.M'I Kl:. .(imiui-trs'..r .
DMINfsTHAToH NUTH K.
FsTATK UP II MAX It ATllCllToN. 1'Ki I A-1 S
The ti ii 1 -r ! i-n -i . h 1 1 1 -j- l-n ..itit.-. Aomin
ltrat..r of the .--tale ol WiIHhiii M. Atli'-rtnn. late el
the (otinty uf Al.-xan.l. r ami nim.- nl lilti... i.
e. -a. .-.I. Iieret.y gt- nntli e O ut In- u ill ii,n ar I"
f. ire the c.'tn.ty rniirt i.f Ali-Micih-r ( onntj ; at th'
court hiiti.e In ( uini. nt th.- July t.-rin". on iln
M-coinl Munday In July in-xt . at h time all
i.'r.Ui" haviliL' . l.iiiii. nfiin-t .ni.1 i-.tiit.' are unti
tled nnd r.-.iiei.t. il tn att. nil Inr the nirti.in- uf ha
IhH the Mini' a.lju-t. 'I All "-r.'ii iii.U-t.U-.l to .:ml
ctate nr' reqii.-t'-.l tn make iniiii.-.liute iiiin.-t,t t..
Dated lliii. '.Mn.l ilav of Aj.ril. A D. 1s:4
J At till lilt. I. l.K. Admlnii-'.tali.i.
NEW (il N Mlop.
H, K. LNCE,
Cniiiiiierelal Ave,. oj,ii0ite Seventh st.
CAIKO, : : : IIIlNOlrf-
Gnus, Pistols. Safes nnd Locks Repaired.
Keys Miule to ol der.
CHUKK IJUlilNii ON llllKAt'll LtiADINO (.I Ns
All work iriniranteed (.iitl-l'iieinry. at i-licn-r rate,
linn can he ulitalneil at any iiih.-r jiliu e In the t il)
WHOLESALE WINES AND Llyrnlts
J SM VTJ I CO.,
Wlioleniilc nnd Itctall Denleri' In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wincs ol all Kinds,
NO. GO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSIIS. SMYTH ,t- CO, Inive PtiiiKlimlly n litre.
Ft.u k of the licKl uikmIk In the nun ki-l anil yhc
i'Hieclal utlelitliiti In the wlnilemile hiani li ul lhe
FLOUK, GRAIN AND HAY
Jlljrlicst Cash Price TiiM for Wlicat.