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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MOKMlSfcr, JUNE 10. 1879.
J H. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Wanbluztou Avonna.
' RESIDENCE :-Coruer Nineteenth and Wash'
I ngtou .
"yy ..U. MABEAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
t)ffle l.'Stt Commorclul avenuo. ItcsWlenco corner
Fourteenth tit. and Washington avenuo, Cairo.
y R. SMITH, M. D.
Office and Residence:
XO. il THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL,
R, E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orptcf-No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Elshth and Ninth Streeu
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFH E-ElRlitli Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Pnblic and Convcyaueer.
OFFIOBj-Wlth the Widow' and Oorphana' Mu
tiJ Aid Society.
J" INEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue".
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
"yy IDOWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society. .
Corner ot Seventh t. and Commercial Avenue,
OFFICE HOURS: 8 to M o'clock a.m., 1 to 6 and
7 to 8 p.m.
THOMAS LEWIS, Secre.ary.
GENERAL DELIVER open iUH) a.m.; closes
:ik)D.m.! Knndav:8toB a.m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
at 5 p. m.
Through ExpreM Malls via Illinois Central and
XIssintluDl Central Railroads close at 12:30 d. m.
Cairo and Foplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
Wav Mall via Illinois Central. Cairo and Vin
cennes and Mississippi Ceutral Railroads close at
: p. m.
Way Mail fa: Narrow tiauge Railroad close at 8
- Cairo atd Evansvllle Klvor Route closes at 6:30
p. m. daiiy (except Friday).
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TlUIXt AltlUVC. TRAIN'S DEPART
Mail 4:09 a.m. I Mall 8:10a.m.
Express. ...... .S:00 p.m. I Express 6:00 p.m.
CAIRO VINCENNES . It.
Mall 10:00 p.m. Mall ....4:45 a.m.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS It. R.
Kxprei 5:10 p.m. I Express 8:45 a. m
Accom'dntlon. 10:43 p.m. I Afconi'dation.l2:&p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUISANDNEWORLEANSK.lt
Mall 5:30p.m. Mall 5:00a.m.
C. A. 4 T. RAILROAD'
Texas expiree. . .8:40 a.m. I Texas express. 2:13p.m.
Accommodat'n.. 8:30a.m. I
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
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Citito, 111., JiuieM.1879. (
Time. Bar. Thcr. Hum Wlud. Vel. Weather.
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3:4 " fct.HO
Maximum Temperature, ; Minimum 'fern.
v. II. RAY.
Serg't Slsnal Corns, U. S. A.
Fon Sale A good business house two
story brick, on Washington avenue, corner
of Tenth street. A desirable situation for
a grocery store. Apply to
Col. Taylor, after a short, but rather
sharp spell of sickness, is out again. i
Miss Jenkins, hero on a visit to Miss
Musa Uieen, left the city yorterdiy after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. Honry Motcalf are, wo
regret to learn, both confined to their rooms
Mrs. E. W. Halliday is said to bo so
. riously indisposed. We did not learn tho
nature of her ailment.
' Sfiss Attio Leo and Mrs. Morgan, of Padu
call, are in the city rutting at tho residence,
of Mr. Geo. Christian.
-Mr. W. W. Wallace's family left the
city for Ccntralia, yesterday afternoon.
They will be absent several weeks.
Dr. Alter' condition was somewhat
' improved yesterday; but the old gentleman
is so weak that he is entirely helpless.
The Pisk, a veritable daisy, bright in
her new paint, and flying her many stands
of colors, sailed into port yesterday, an ob
, iect of general admiration.
-C'apt. Orsamus Unenley, of Ooose Is
land, and Mr. Victor Troussell, of Commer
cial Point, were numbered among the visit
ors from the country yesterdiy.
&-Mla Maggie White and Miss Cora
Btratton, kth of whom have been absent
during the season, attending ichoul, are at
.kotte again. They returnd last week..
Captain Williamson's Icq box is iutond-
d as summer quarters for butter and other
articles that arc obnoxious to the heat, and
not as a summer resort for the family.
One of our leading butcher was
brought before Squiru Comings, yesterday,
to aaawcr an allegod failure to. keep his
slaughter house u innocent of smells as the
, mmI organs of neighboring residents and
tlw ordinances of the city require. The
imeli not Ltdng rank the effonao wot
measured accordingly, and tho accused was
lined only $5 and costs. Other butchers
were notidod ; but for some reason only ono
was brought to trial.
Mrs. Henry Elliott loft tho city yester
day evening, for Lexington Ky., where,
among her relatives and friends, slio will
probably spend tho summer.
There were 218 scholars in attendnnco
on tho Presbyterian Sunday school, on
Sunday last. With tho weather in mind
tliis must be regarded a very respectable
Perfect happiness requires perfect
health, and perfect health requires pure
water. Pure water can always be found in
cisterns where Lancaster & Rice's water
elevators are in use.
Attend tho great $100,000 boot and
shoe auction sale of M. Stern & Co., St.
Louis, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day, Juno 17th, 18th, and 19th. See adver
tisement in this paper.
If it were not for the thoughts of the
scent of tobacco, ladies would be content
after furs had been laid away for the sum
mer. This can bo avoided by purchasing a
fine codar chest of Lancaster & Rice
Mrs. Bribach, who lias suffered so long
and so severely from an attack of paralysis,
is much improved, and is said to be in a
fair way for complete recovery. It is but
rarely, indeed', that cures are affected in
A regular meeting of the city council
will be held this evening. There are no
large "boneB of contention" in sight; but
there is no telling what a night may bring
forth, in the city council. We hope to be
able to be there to see.
The members of the archery club are
neither prompt nor regular attendants upon
tho meetings for practice. We do not wish
to bo held personally responsible for this
observation tho responsible party's name
being subject to delivery on demand.
Mr. Dick Walsh is engaged in the
building of a brick nddition tothe Manison
TV 1.1 . .a
uousc. li sun-oatns nave alterative or
curative qualities, Dick ought to be a'model
of healthy manhood. He takes ten hours a
day of that article, pure, unmodified and
"The Dryant Minstrels, "busted up'' in
Paducah. Tho treasurer "skipped" out, and
all their instruments were captured Satur
day night," is what a young Cairo man said
to The Bn.i.ETt.v, yesterday, and we don't
doubt it. They went farther than we
thought they would.
It is the trash carts, not the garbage
wagons that have quit rumiing. Mr.
Smith, the contractor, says his team is mak
ing its regular rounds, and will remove all
slops and garbage placed in position for it.
Trash thrown into the street, however, must
be removed by tho party placing it there.
The New Madrid Star band, an organ
ization that learned to bring harmony out
of most distracting noises, under the teach
ings of Mr. Ed. Wittig, was in Cairo Sun
day. The band is only of nine months'
growth, yet its performances were very re
spectable. Jones, the editor of the New
Madrid newspaper, accompanied the crowd.
Alex Frothinghnm & Co., have been
for many years stock brokers and bankers,
in New York, at 12 Wall Street. They
have the reputation of gaining for their
customers largo returns from investments
ranging from $!50 to f '200, and have the en
viablo reputation of always making quick
returns. Send for their Financial Report,
Mrs. E. A. Conley died yesterday, at
her home, corner of Twenty-second and
Poplar Btreets, from the effects of an nlieess
in her side. Because of this affliction Mrs.
C. had been coutined to her led continu
ously for a period ot eleven months. She
was .17 years of age, and leaves two sons,
John and Thomas, industrious nnd respec
The editor of tho Murphyslmro Inde
pendent says : "We sincerely regret the de
feat of Hon. John M. Lansden, of Cairo, as
we thiuk him to be, in reality, tho best
qualified man for tho position of any who
were running, and in his defeat tho circuit
failed to elect a man who for moral worth,
legal ability and general good qualities, is
not surpassed in the state."
Lady leaning on gate remarks to lady
on sidewalk, yesterday, that "the woman
who sneakingly tries to hire her neighbor's
help without tho knowledge and consent of
that neighbor, is a mean-hearted woman."
Not knowing but this center shot was aimed
at tho woman on trio sidewalk, and not car
ing to hear the retort, we passed on, fully
endorsing in our mind the speaker's propo
sition. FisiiTNo tackle, Rods, bait, etc., wire
cleth for screens, ice cream freezers, etc.,
at bottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, and
Hardware of all descriptions. Dog collars,
Refrigerators, Revolvers, Razors, Pocket
Knives, silver plated knives, forks and
spoons, lampu and lamp fixtures and a
thousand of other articles at V. W. Hen
derson's, Commercial avenue, corner
A number of lioys, in utter contempt ot
kindly admonitions to "look out nnd not do
It," divested themselves of their clothing.on
Sunday, and "went in swimming" in the
Ohio, a short distance aboyo the stone de
pot. While the lads were engaged in the
snort.the police came around, ordered them
out of tho water, and took them to tho cala
Iwoso, whero, upon the solemn promise of the
boys that they'd do so no more, tho officers
released them. Wo mention this occurrence
in the hope that other boys will profit by it.
It is "against tho law" to swim otjbathe in
either river at anytimo between daylight in
tho morning, and ''early candle-light in
the evoning." I
,' Now that hot weather has commenced
in earnest, and promises to make itself felt,
a number of our better-to-do families are
contemplating a trip out oftown. Tho en
forced trip taken last year, will, because of
its cost, deprive quite a number of persons
ot tho pleasure of a tour this year, But,
let those go who may, they will nowhere
find more delightful summer breeies, than
those that fan tho city of Cairo, anywhere
off of the lakes orsea-shoro,
One of tho notable social events of the
season among our Missouri friends! was tho
marriage of Mr. William Emory, palesman
with Strattou and Bird, of this city, and
MissJosephus Moshanie, who filled the
position until recently of governess to Mr.
and Mrs. Stephen Bird's children. The af
fair was celebrated on Saturday, we believe,
tho Rev. Mr. Powel of this city, officiating.
Quite a number of relatives and friends
were present, and tho occasion is spoken of
as a festive and enjoyable one thoughout.
Tho Alexander circuit court; Judge
Harkcr presiding, will convene again on
the first Monday in July. This will involve
the summonsing of new juries, and the per
fection of all tho preliminaries of a regular,
full term. Tho probabilities are rather
strong that tho term will furnish a subject
for the gallows. The hanging of a human
being would be a work from which all of
"Jack's" better instincts would fairly re
coil, but he would not shrink from his
duty, however disagreeable to him, person
The Health Officer has no enemies to
punish, he says, and proposes to deal with
everybody Hlike. Ho says this preliminarily
to the notice that when, hereafter, he gives
a citizen notice to clean up his premises or
to abate a nuisance, he will certainly resort
to the law in the event his orders
and not complied with. When he gives
twenty-four hours' grace, immediate action
will follow non-compliance. And in this
he is right. It is a resolution tliat all good
citizens will commend. The season has
now advanced to that point that procras
tination may bring serious results. Poison
generators of no sort should be permitted
to remain within the city a single day.
This is what everybody says, and the man
who in this case says nay, will find evey
If our correspondents, "Mother" and
''Jacinta" were mill-stones, we would be
resolved, right speedily, into nn even barrel
of "Sylph" or "Southern Belle." We care
lessly observed, the other day, that the fe
male members ot the graduating class
should dress thomselves in gorgeous army
for graduation day. We were
provoked to this suggestion by the
couplet of a brother 'journalist, who
in wretched rhyme, begged the girls to
graduate in calico, and "not as society's
fools." Staightway "Mother" declares for
calico, and reproves us sharply for suggest
ing moire-antiques and satins. Jacinta de
precates calico, and equally the. other ex
treme; and quite convinces us against our
will, that we aimed a damaging blow at
the pride and sensibilities of the poor girls
who can't afford tho gorgeous apparel.
Wherefore we climb right down from silks
to swis3, and endorse Jacinta's suggestion as
sensible, seasonable and practicable. Let
it be adopted.
Special deputy Sheriff, Dick Fitzger
ald, left for Joliet, yesterday afternoon,
having in charge four of Jack Hodges'
boarders. That is to say, he had Harry
Cheatem, sent up for one year for robbing.
Walter Edwards. Cheatcm's particeps in the
robbery, went forward several days ago,
Cheatem being retained to give evidence in
a case in which he was believed to be an
important witness. Tom Ross went up for
seventeen years for murdering Charley
Johnson, last Spring, at Hodges' Park;
George Kelley and Mack McKay went up
for sixty-six months for robbing the railroad
man in the tho rear of Lancaster and Rice's
lumber yard. But for the efforts of the
corruscatingly eloquent and lrresistably
argumentative Justus Cunningham, the re
nowned criminal lawyer of this and the ad
joining county, whose voice, under certain
conditions of atmosphere, ind given exci
tants to powerful effort, can be heard a
half mile but for tho labors of this great
defender of criminals, who shall say that
Kelly and McKay would not, like Ross,
have received seventeen years? We pause.
Some little alarm was occasioned in
ono of the rooms of tho High school build
ing, yesterday, by the fainting of one of
Mr. Conant's little girls. The child ' is
rather delicate, naturally, and being some
what fatigued in consequence of a fifteen
or twenty minutes recitation, during which,
she was compelled to remain cn her feet,
tho heat overcame her. Wo are informed
that a number of the school rooms, like
the one in question, aro without recitation
scats. As some of the classes number from
fifteen to twenty-tive scholars, the recita
tions are unavoidably protracted over an
Interval of from twelve to thirty minutes.
To some children it is not a hardship to
maintain a standing posture for a quarter
of an hour or more; but wit'i other nnd
lesa hardy children, the ordeal is very ex
hausting. Wo need scarcely suggest to the
Board of Education that where the tlas-es
are so large, recitation seats should be sup
plied. It must bo very tiresomo indeed for
a small or weakly child to stand on its feet
a quarter of an hour or more, on any ac
count; but whoa tho only reason for requir
ing it is found in ' tho fact that fifteen or
twenty other children are reciting their' re
spective shares of tho lesson, tho ordoal be
comes exasperating as well as tiresome.
The recitation seats are a necessity and
ought to be supplied.
D.M.Bennett, the publisher of tho
New York Truth-Seeker, has just been sen
tenced to thirteen months confinement at
hard labor in the Albany penitentiary,, for
circulating through the mails a book enti
tled "Parturition Without Pain" a book
that ought to bo in tho hands of every mar
ried woman in the country. What renders
tho prosecution especially odious, are the
means employed to bring the old man
within tho toils of the law. One of An
thony Comstock's tools, writing to Bennett,
as a married woman, from some point in
New Jersey, begged him to forward to her
tho "tabooed" publication. Bennett replied
that he did not keep tho book on sale. The
supposed woman now appealed to him to
procure a copy for her, and receive her
blessings, etc.; and the old man, unable to
resist the appeal, bought the book and for
warded it. A few days afterwards he was
arrested; and the result has been stated.
The case was tried before Judge Humph
reys, of the New York United States Dis
trict court, and as Bennett had given the
Judge a fearful raking "fore-and-aft" in
the "Truth-Seeker," it is somewhat surpris
ing that term of imprisonment was not
made thirteen years. Bennett is sixty-nine
years of age.
At the Methodist church, Sunday last,
there was a full congregation but no regu
lar sermon. Rev. Mr. Whitaker talked for
half an hour to the children of the Sunday
school. Part of his address was a beauti
ful tribute to the memory of Dr. Waldo,
who was a zealous Sunday school worker.
Tho church was beautifully decorated
with boquets and living flowers. Oa each
side of tho altar were flowers and stands of
growing flowers, made up of ivy-vines,
blooming fuschas, lilies, geraniums and
alder blossoms. In each bower were cages
of singing birds, and in other parts of the
of the house were more flowers and more
birds, that filled the room with music and
sweet odors. It hardly needed the singing
by the choir
'By cool Slloam's shady rill
How sweet tti lily blow;
How sweet the breath beneati the h!ii.
Of Sharon's dewy rose."
to impress upon the congregation how very
pleasant the place was to spend an hour,
and the people found themselves wondering
why churches could not, at least through
the hot summer days, be always made as
attractive as the Methodist church on that
In concluding his reference to the
killing of ShufiLbarger, at Wahoo, in this
county, on the 4th instant, our Clear Creek
correspondent remarks that the "fatal blow
wa given by Thomas Jackson No ar
rests made." Unless Jackson desires an
inquiry in the matter for his own vindica
tion, no arrest ought to be made. Shuffl j
barger came into the village intoxicated;
avowed a purpose to kill somebody; with a
revolver in hand drove a citizen out of his
own saloon; took deliberate aim, fired and
wounded a second citizen; assaulted inof
fending females, and in divers other ways
showed that he intended to make good his
threat. When knocked on the head he was
in a struggle with a citizen, and it may
well bo argued that the struggle would
have resulted fatally to the citizen, had the
desperado had time to use his revolver. la
season to prevent such a bloody crime, the
man who had been driven from his own
house, brained the ruffian with a stick of
cord-wood. Instead ot arresting Jackson
for such a deed, he should receive a vote ot
thanks; be elected Marshal of Waheo, and
be made tho recipteut of a handsome medal
for ridding the community of the presence
of an incarnate scourge.
Mr. Galigher, of the City Mills, is the
owner of a very fine span of wuite mules.
One of them is a little fractious, and much
given to tho habit af nipping and annoying
Ids more sedate and better behaved com
panion. On Sunday last, if we are cor
rectly informed, they were turned loose in
an enclosure to graze. The fractious chap
probably renewed his irritating nonsense;
but be this as it may, the better natured
mule seems to havo lost his temper, and to
have made up his mind to resent all tho
other's annoyances and indignities at once,
and bo done with it.- Getting his compan
ion in a proper position, he went to work
on him with his heels. The kicks he in
flicted wcro savage, vicious thumps that
were heard a quarter of a mile. Ho placed
his licks in the belly and flank, or where-
ever, on the other animal's body, he could
find a landing place. A neighboring man,
or the driver, soon heard tho racket, and suc
ceeded in driving tho infuriated brute
away, just in time to rescue the other alivo.
The wounds inflicted were of a character to
t once require the services of a veterinary
surgeorr. Whether the maimed animal will
'survive or perish'1 remains to be deter
mined. With a single exception, pjrhapi,
these mules form tho finest spaa in tlio
It makes a person feel sad to he ir a cry
log baby, suffering probably I'nra aonie
slight pain, which cnud be easily reliewd
by the u! of Dr. Bui!' Baby Syrup, which
$ for sale at all drug stores.
Try The ' Druggist's.. Sundries
ini-VE CENT CIGAR !
The most pleasing smoke for the money ever offered to the
DO NOT PAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a fine aromatic smoke
will do well to try '
THE PROBLEM CIGAR,
Strictly hand-made of the choicest selection of Havana Tobacco and superior in qual
ity to two-thirds of the Cigars imported to this country.
A SINGLE TRIAL SATISFY
The most fastidious taste of the merits of this Cigar.
SOLI) BY ALL FIRST-CLASS RETAIL DEALERS.
The above brands are especially adopted to fine trade, and no dealer should be
SOLE AGENT FOIi CAIRO,
Call and examine and be convinced. H. MEYERS.
WHAT SHALL OUR SCHOOL GIRLS
I'm terribly afraid I am too late to do
any good ; but I do want to say a word on
the "graduating dress" topic. I do not en
tirely agree with your correspondent
"Mother," or yourself. It seems to me you
both go to extremes you in advising them
to wear their very best fur. fear some one
will think they can't afford anything better,
"Mother" in wanting them to wear calicoes.
Some of them, ir almost every gradua
ting cla'j, might afford handsome silks, yet
it is rarely the cose that they can all af
ford them. Then what pinching and
scrimping and saving commences ia some
of their homes; what precious moments
that should be given to study, are wasted
in planning and contriving the wonderful
silk dress, that after all is entirely out of
place on such an occasion. I know our
graduating c'.asi last year all wore silk
dresses, but I say in kindness (what I
thought at the time) that the fair faces and
girlish forms would have looked
much more lovely arrayed ia white the
emblem of purity.
Then almost every girl has a white dress,
or if she hasn't one, it is usually easily ob
Uiued, and though it be male of inexpen
sive material, nothing else looks so fresh
and cool and becoming on our girls, them-
selves as sweet and pure and fresh as their
Of course, rather than not graduate at all,
let calicoes b? worn, but usually a girl
with perseverance and energy enough to
graduate, will manage to get a white dress
if she wants one, I would be glad proud
of their good taste and sense it our whole
class on commencement day, should anpear
looking like a boquct of spotless lilies. I
am sure there would be more kind feeling
toward each other, and less thought of their
clothes, at a time when each mind should
be full of joy almost as holy as that of a
bridi. In conclusion, if my daughter wete
going to graduate and had half a dozen of
new silks, she should not wear ono of them.
As a matter cf preference, and for the sake
of other girls, she should wear pure white
the softest, prettiett, coolest robe of all,
for the girl just standing on the threshold
o:' rosy womanhood. Jacinta.
WIRE SCREEN'S, FURNITURE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured ami all kinds of
repairing done, at n.y shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and twelfth
streets; a!si all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screens,to be made up in tho latest
and best style. Prices very low.
DIXON SPRINGS, ILLS.
These springs will bo opened Juno 10th
under the management of the new proprie
tors, who would respectfully announce that
they have been thoroughly repaired". Over
thirty new cottagos and new, large and
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
beding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
aro situated in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; and
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
are too well known to need any comment.
They are supplied with an nbundanco of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts, The best of faro
and strictest attention to tho comfort ot
guests is guranteed all for tho small sum
of H per week. Special rates to families.
J . II. Ilnowx & Co., Proprietors.
May 2"t!i, In?!),
lea, Ice Wuuuxu.u anu IIbtat f in
largo or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to U parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake fee in uch ouantltles' as cus
tomers may desire, Leave orders at ntf
residence .n Seventeenth nenf Commercial:
at Sar'imM, on Eolith trc4Wn',,f
mo t!inn.r;U tho p'ot-ofllco'. ''itr.,,,, &
AT THE PUKTEHS' HOfsE.
Mike Collins, St. Louis; W. O. Ervin,'
Chester, Ills.; Miss Alice Hulen and Chas.
H. Call, Ullin; W. C, Curtis, Chicago; R.
P. Ridder, Burlington, Vt.; P. L. Senkins,
New Liberty, Ky.; James Curry, Hickman.
Ky.;M.W. Murphy, Hickman, Ky.; W.
P. Minnich and A. M, Drown, Villa Ridge;
E. B. Mills, Carmi; Albert Tutt and wife,
Fulton, Ky.; Mrs. II. I). Murphy, Fulton,
Ky.; R. H. Breman, Evansville; Jas. N
Fye, Cincinnati; X. M. Lane, New York;
B. L. Briggins, Jackson. Tenn.; J. R. Col
lins, Jackson, Tenn.; Wnv Hannah, Chi-ca;ro.
I ICE! ICE! ICE!
I am prepMred to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth street, letween Commercial and
Washington avenues, next dwr to Bristol's
grocery store. JAr0n Ki.ee.
John J. Stklzeii has removed hLs stock
to Eighth street in the store lately va
cated by H. Houpt. He has a large 3tck
of jewelry ot all kinds, watches, clocks, etc.
His sitverplated ware is unsurpassed and he
sells, down, down, way below anything ever
yet offered in this market. His watches
and clocks are 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.
II pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
" '.' " Note Heads.
5 " Linen Letter Heads.
2i 41 Linen Note Heads.
The ket quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
! pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 ami 10 pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing 1,00 extra.
Ruling nnd Binding, all kinds at Tub
NEW ADVEKTISEM EXTS.
For aIe. tlnele Pvt of barac find a nearly m-w
Plue bar opin bugo'- Apply at tin- Bnll.-tin offlcc
M STERN & CO,
Ti l. Tl.y Wpiliitoa Avenue, St. I.onl Wo.
The Greatest Boot and Shoe Sale ever
Held in the West.
Doing th entire Ptock of tho lata and well known
Jobbiui; firm ot
APPLETON, NO YES & MAUDE.
of this city.
Amounting to upward of SliXt.noo WORTH OK
GOODS w.MI adam-d to thoNOltTHEP.S, SOL'TH
EKSaad WESTERN TRADE.
Juno trtb, istaand intb.
At our palcp-room. (food ready for Inspection
from nnd after Saturday, June lUh .
JfAILS FOR SALE CHEAP,
A row kea or mixed NAILS, taken from the wreck
of tUu mttu at tliu point, are for tutu nt
6 1.50 PER KKO,
delivered anywhere on the Ohio l.evec. Apply to
On wrerklns boat Charley Hill, nt tho point.
or 3 I
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