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II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFIOK! Eighth and Wellington Avenue,
' RBlDKNCK:-Corner Nineteenth and Waah
y n. MAREAN, M.' D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
1M rnmmerclal avenne. llealdt-nce corner
ywrteuth t. ana Wwhlneton avenue lairo.
R. SMITH, M. D.
Office and Resltlenef :
jjO. 21 TniRTKIN'TII STREET, CAIRO. ILL
JR. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
' Orfint-No. 1 Commercial Avenuo, between
Eighth and Ninth Stiwi
JQR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, ntar Commercial Arenac.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widows' and Oorphana' Mu
tial Aid Society.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. US Commercial Avenue.
GENERAL DELIVER! open :3U a. m.j close!
:30p.m.; Sundav: 8 to 9 a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closet
at 5 p. m. . ,
Throuqh Expresa Malli via IUlnoli Central aud
MUnlsgippl Ctntial Rallroadi close at 13:80 p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through aud Way Mall
clrwes at 14:30 p.m. , ,
Way Mail via Illinois Central. Cairo and in
eonuea and Mlaajsippt Central Rallroadi cloae at
9:4! p. m.
Way Mali lor Narrow Gaugo Railroad closes at 8
Cairo aid Evanivllle River Route closei at 8:30
p. m. daliy (except Friday).
R. E. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.B.
nuijta abhiti. Tnixs depart
Mail 4:05 a.m. I Mail 8:10a.m.
Express 3:00 p.m. Express 8:00 p.m.
CAIRO AV1NCENNE9R. R.
Mall 10:00p.m. Mail ...4:15 a.m.
CAIRO & ST. LOC1SR. R-
Express 5:10 p.m. I spm.. ...... 8:45 a. m
Accom'datlon.lO Ai u. I Accom'datlon.l:p. m
CHICAOO. ST. LOUS ANDNEW ORLEANS R.R
Mall..: 5:90p.m. I Mall 5:00a.m.
C. A ftT. RAILROAD"
Texas express... 9:40 a.m. I Texas express. 2:15p.m.
Accommodat'n.. 8:80 a.m. I
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morninj Dally In Southern Illinois.
SlQNAl OpnrB. I
Cairo, 111., June 10, IK7B. (
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vul. Weather.
Maximum Temperature. MO; Minimum Tem
perature, 75'; Kalufull, 0.00 inch.,
Scrgt Signal Corps, U. S. A.
Fob Sale A good business house two
story brick, on Washington avenue, corner
of Tenth street. A desirable situation for
a grocery store. Apply to
Mr. John Fulton will arrive in the city
Mr. F. Korsmyer is confined to the
house by sickness.
Mm. N. C. Wickwire, of St. Louis, is
, in the city, visiting her sister, Mrs. A.
The Archery club will indulge in the
sport of a shooting mutch, in the shade of
Loci st Grove, to-day.
. . ' For some reason, not explained to us,
tho Illinois Central train was about two
liourslate, yesterday morning.
Lancaster & Rice are manutactunng
cedar chests, and selling them so low that
every family in town will be supplied
About thirty-five thousand chickens
were at the Mississippi Central depot, yes
terday. They are intended for Southern
Another new industrial establishment
small; but they all count. We refer to
the new shoe shop on the corner of Tenth
Cisterns to be kept pure, should have
air carried to the bottom, and mixed with
the water. That is what tho water clcva
tr told by Lancaster & Rico does tor tho
cUterns when it is in use.
It seems to do our correspondent, Old
Trim, good to "go for" T. F. Bouton, aud
as we are morally certain that Routon doesn't
care, no harm will come of the communi
cation to which we give place this morning.
ii ' i A resident of the Fourth ward very
1 successfully resisted the charge that he is
t the maintainor of a nuisance, yesterday,
' and was acquitted. The charge was not
lodged by Officer Wootcn, but by a citi
, ,. ten.
'We were informed yesterday, that Miss
' Ilogefs, of tho Eleventh street primary, hns
' , expressed a determination to teach no more
; in Cairo, after the close of her present en
'ft. gagement, which ends on Friday. On
ft Monday she starts for Minnesota, and. will
, take a final leave of Cairo and her friends.
The men, women and children in Cairo,
j " who wou'd table such a resolution, if in their
i. J jpowor, are exactly as numerous as are the
THE - DAILY
friends, patrons and pupils of tho public
schools. Miss Rogers1 place cannot bo
filled by anybody but Miss Rogors herself.-'
Officers Hogan and Schuckers cala
boosed three very deeply Inebriated Indi
viduals yesterday morning. After twelve
hours had passed they were not yet in a
condition to appear before tho court to an
swer. ' i
Three young men of this city, given
to sedentary habits, went to Mound City,
on tho Champion Monday evening, and
walked back home, for tho sake of tho ex
ercise. . They were not timed; neither havo
they been heard to boast of their flect-foot-eduess.
The late judicial election in this State
resulted in tho election of twenty-threo
Republican and twenty Democratic judges.
Gov. Cullom has accepted Browning's res
ignation as county judge, and ordered a
special election for Juno 30tU to fill tho
Capt. John W. Trover, remombered by
many ot our older cltizcua as a very clever
"Mayor ot Cairo," and as a most obliging
Cairo bank president, was in the city yes
tsrday, shaking hands with friends and
looking after business. Trover is always
sure of a warm welcome when ho strikes
Sheriff Hodges and his deputies have
their hands full, receiving monoy for taxes.
Taxpayers soem to have waked up to the
fact that this week is their last clianco to
pay and save costs. A good many in spito
ot warning will be left, but it Is their own
fault. Sufficient notice has been given, if
they would only profit by it.
The three villains who robbed tho mes
senger of the Illinois Central, in the streets
of Chicago, of ten thousand dollars, have
been captured and a portion of tho money
recovered. Their names are James Colan,
James Gillett and Mike Crowley, three no
torious thieves and cracksmen. Only
$1,750 of the money was recovered.
Tho residents of the third ward are
claraarous for a drive well, and were circu
lating a petition yesterday, asking aid from
tho city. As there arc but comparatively
few cisterns in the ward, and as many of
tho families are unable to provide such
conveniences, tho counsel should give heed
to the prayer, and grant the usual aid.
Mr. Bryan McNetf seems to be flour
ishing reasonably well, in worldly matters.
He is now arranging for the construction
of a tenement house on his lot on Commer
cial avenue, just below Blake's paint and
paper store. We have been told that rent
ers were found before any visible movement
was made toward the erection of the build
ing. A portion of tho personal goods of Mr.
II. N. Welton, "the late artist tailor," to
wit : The small portion pounced upon by
one of our physicians, while the same were
awaiting carriage out of the State, was
sold by constable Hogan, yesterday, at
public auction. A sewing machine, two
tailor's geese and the elegant gilt sign, con
stituted the seizure.
The Masonic fraternity has determined
to indulge in an excursion and picnic, by
way of celebrating St. John's day, the 2 Uh
iustant. The picnic grounds will be se
lected by a committee. The celebrations
and reunions of tho brethren ot the mystic
tie havo been such marked successes, here
tofore, that pressing personal appeals will
not be found necessary to induce the craft
and the craft's several families to attend
If, as the Murphysboro Era claims,
the Republican party elected two of its
three candidates to the ollice of circuit
judge, how does the party propose to ex
plain its refusal to elect the third one,
Mr. McCartney. If the party possessed
the power to elect two, an exercise of the
same power, if impartially directed, would
have elected three. The Grecnbackers who
claim the honor of electing Baker and
Barker aro not recognized by the Era, as
having an existence.
There is a manifest spice of commun
ism among tho lalxirers of Mississippi
county. The Charleston Gazette has heard
of dire threats against farmers who have
introduced or contemplate introducing
reapers and binders in their wheat fields,
We will venture the prediction that not a
single one of tho fellows who threaten to
burn all reaping and binding machinery
that comes into the county, could bo hired
to work, in the harvest field at any price,
Thev are, all of them, idle, vicious loafers,
not from necessity; but choice.
Tho readers of The Bulletin locals
will remember tho mention recently made
ot tho arrest and preliminary examination
of Henry Sims, for setting fire to one Noah
Harris' corn cribs. Betore leaving Squire
Osborn's office ho protested that he was a
negro of unimpeachably good character,
that ho had lived in Vicksburg and would
beg ot tho Squire to write down there for a
certificate of his character. Harris was
instigated by malice in prosecuting hun,
and tho Vicksburg certificate would show
that ho Is not tho kind of a man to mal
iciously bum corn-cribs. Squire Osborn
wrote the letter, aud addressed It, not as
Sims had suggested, but to tho ehicl'of
police. In tluo time Henry's certificate of
character came. It was to the effect that
Hlms is an exceedingly crooked Individual,
that he and four others were committed to
the Viekburg a!l for larceny; that they
burned a hole through tho wall; crawled
through, fired the jail and made good their
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MOKMKt. .TUNE 11, 1879.
escape. Tho chief-of-police, Capt. John
Groon, added to tho "certificate" that if our
charge would not stick, to hold him. Vicks
burg wanted him, and would send for
him, i ,
The act of tho Faducah Grays, a com
pany of ex-confcdcrato soldiers, In vli iting
tho Mound City National cemetery, and
firing a saluto over tho dust of the men
they once mot face to face on
the; battlefield, has 'not, for a
wonder, been denounced by tho
Radical press, as a piece of bravado id
impertinence. Democratic papers speakpf
it as an act that tolls, plainer than word)
that, whatever may bo tho resentments a
bitter recollections of tho politicians,
the minds and hearts of tho cx-soldicrsf
tho Union aud ex-Confederacy, thero isfe
spect, forgiveness and forgetfulness, fho
haters arc not among tho soldiers.
An interested party sends us through
tho postofllce tho following perplexing
problem : "As there aro six young lilies,
and only ono young gentleman la tho rrud-
uuting class of tho high school, it is per
fectly natural that there should be conten
tion among the young ladies as to (who
shall sit next to him ou commencement day.
Can't you aid us with a suggestion ?" Af
ter much deliberate reflection, and very
profound cogitation, spread out over aa in
terval of twelvo hours, we have concluded
that, by general consent, tho buy should be
sandwitched, three girls pi either side.
A-ham ! Then provide foi short and two
long straws. The girls ytio pull the long
straws must be conceded the privilege of
sitting on that boy's ct tails. Tho short
straw girls must-wed, they mustn't.
Somo of thecolored demireps that
promenade the streets in the evening, re
becoming excesdingly impudent and not
unfrequently address themselves most in
solently to white ladies whom they happen
to meet on tho highways. Last night near
the corner of Eleventh and Commercial, a
gaily apparelled wench of the type de
scribed, wearing a silk, thick and noisy as
enrd board, met a respectable marriedi
couple, and assailed them, with "If you
doesn't like it how's ye gwino to hclpyer
selfs. It's my dress. I didn't steal it from
you uns, I reckon !" and then with a very
contemptuous toss of the head, and a swing
of the drapery that exposed a pair of feet
nearly the size of two fiddle boxes, theim
pudent creature proceeded on her Tay.
Tho married couple were busily engaged in
conversation, and diIn't see tho saucy
wench rttitil she was directly hbrcist of
The walking match of Monday eve
ning resulted in the disclosure of the fact
that we have a pedestrian among us capa
ble of really wonderful performances 5rr.
Herbert Connor and Mr. Henry E.Brigaian
made a match for a walk from the Stokes
Houoc, in Muuxul (:iy tho I'laiW's
House, in Cairo, and return, a distance of
twelve miles. At 25 minutes last 0,
o'clock on Monday evening, both parties
left tho Stokes House. Connor arrited at
tho Planter's House at 19 minutes pst 7;
and returning.renched the Stokes House it
10 minutes past 8, having made tie
13 miles in one hour and 45
minutes what our readers will agree s
most extraordinary walking. Mr. Brlguun
arrived in Cairo about U0 minutes aftir Mr.
Connor, and finding himself badly distant
ed remained in town all night and retwnel
to Mound city next morning. AVe javt
the names of parties who will verify tho(
above statement, as to time, etc.
As the collector contemplates a cou-
meuccmcnt of his great sale of lands ntd
town lots delinquent for the taxes of
17, etc., on Monday next, delinquents
who can pay up before that time should not
delay until the last moment. It often hap
pens that dozens and scores ot taxpayers
rush to the office at the end of the
last hour of grace, to find other dozens and
scores ahead vf them. Of course it is ut
terly impossiblefor the collector and h,s
assistants to disptse of the business th'is
presented in a ltinr, and about half the
crowd is compelled to call at another time
and miy becompellel to call several times.
Parties who aro in a ondition to pay at
any time should get th-ir re( eipts during
tho present week, unless, indeed, they es
teem a walk of a mile or atom through the
blistering sun, to the court house, a pleas
ant pastime. Persons still delinquent for
personal taxes, should make the payment of
these taxes the first and chief consideration.
It is the personal tax about which tho col
lector feels the greater solicitude,
COUNCIL MEETING LAST NIGHT.
Tho Mayor Tlustlewood being absent on
account ot the severo Illness of his wife,
Alderman Wright was called to the chair.
Eight Aldermen in their seats.
A reading of th minutes of tho Inst meet
ing was called for. After the cerk had
read ten or fifteen minutes from tie Cairo
Sun (having for satisfactory reasuis, failed
to write up the minutes in the jouriul of tho
board) Mr. Halllday rose to a poiit of or
der, that tho'clcrk was not readng from
the ' recognized record d tho
council. Tho chair decit'ed tho
point well taken. When a wranglo
ensued as to what should bo doiu with tho
minutes. Mr. Halli.lay finally nnved that
the rules bo suspended, aud tha tho read
Ing of tho minutes bo temporirily post
poned. Motion carried, and that "bon"
shelved for tho time.
Bill for an ordinance to chang; audio
fino tho flro limits, read nnd udoptoil.
City Marshal reported that tho Baumiiird
house on Sovontoonth and Toplar wa In a
delapldated, dirty aud filthy condition
unfit for occupuny and liablo to be burned
down, etc. Alderman Llnegar 1 moved
that the Marshal correspond with Mr. E,
Dickerson, the owner, and ascertain his
purpose iu reference to tho property. Mo
Police Magistrate Bird's report from Do
cumber 1st to April 1st, showed that ho had
during that tune, Imposed fines amounting to
$1,175, of which ho had collected $72. Tho
committals aggregated six hundred and
The petition praying for a reconstruction
of sidewalk on easterly side of Commercial
avenue, between Cth and 8th, was reported
back by committee on streets, with recom
mendation of committco concurred in, and
petition referred to ordinance committee to
draft required ordinance, etc.
Tho committee ou claims recommended
the allowanco of sundry claims against tho
city. Recommendatiou concurred In and
claims ordered paid.
Finance committee reported that they
had ' received from city treasurer
and destroyed $3,100,47 in cancelled gene
ral city orders, and tho sum of $1,237,51
in cancelled coupons from new bonds.
Potitiou from sundry citizens to condemn
bidUlinir on I,or. 2(1 iu Bloolt 10, 1st addi
tion, received and referred to City Marshal
to examine promises and report.
Petition from citizens of Third ward for
drive well near intersection of Washing
ton aud Fourteeth street. Referred to
committee on streets.
Petition of Hibernian Fire company for
aid iu building cisterns. Alderman Lino-
gar moved to appropriate $100, the same to,
be expended, and the cistern located under
tho direction of the committee
on Police, Fire Department and Jail.
Aldurman Halliday's resolution that
committee on streets rebuild or repair
bridye over Goose pond was adopted
Communication from Knights of Mystic
Krev, stating that having concluded
nof to celebrate the 4th of July, they would
not tax the generosity of the council for
(lie use of the park, which had been kindly
tmdered, etc. Communication received
Alderman Wright (Alderman Howley
occupying the chair) moved that the clerk
advertise for 300 yards of gravel for use on
tho Ohio Levee. Motion carried.
After discussing the "car nuisance" on
the Ohio Levee, and other matters, at about
10 o'clock the council adjourned.
FW tue Cairo liul'.etin.
MUCH OF THE rEUSoXAL AND SOMETUINO
OF THE GENERAL.
BV OLD Tl'tlM.
Since our last items for The Bulletin
two weeKs have passed by, during which
time the season has been very favorable to
agriculture. The corn crop was never iu
better condition, the stand being good, and
the ground in a mellow condition and en
tirely clear of weeds and grass. Wheat
harvest is now the order of the day among
the farmers, and all seem highly elated over
the tine crops.
We have one poor beclouded fellow (Mr.
T. Bout on) in Joneslwro, who never rejoices.
He is now getting ready for another trip,
up salt river, ami he is going away very
mad. lie is under the delusion that Cairo
belongs to him, anil as he has given Mr.
Oberly and others, of Cairo, some- pretty
'"at offices, and they, in the hardness of
their hearts, haviug failed t support his pet
(Crawford) he feels very much chagrined.
11: is also preserving some Franklin county
tigires for future use, making the charge
aga'nst Browning, that while Crawford was
going rouud with Browning, making votes
for h'.m in Union county, Browning had
two men giving Crawford away iu Frank
lin county. Well! good-bye, Mr. Bouton,
we hope a summer's trip up Salt river, will
salt you so salty, that you will never again
be the cause of so good a man,
us M. C. Ciawtord getting (treated. The
Jonesboro Gazette beat Crawford. Well,
let it go, we will all get over it after a
while; that is, all but Mr. Boutm.
Is it possible, that wo have a man in tio
.;.,..,..!. .lui-, emtut enough to write
for the press, who has never read the
Bible? It stands ou record in tho 21st
chapter of the Apocalypse that "All liars
shall have their part in tho lake that burns
with fire and brimstone." Wo rdd too, of
tho very sudden taking oflf of Ananias aud
Sapphiru (his wife) just simply for misrep
resenting a little matter. It may be that
"D. T. L.," of the Jonesboro Gazette, lias
never read about these things, ami further
more) he may not believe in a future stuto
of nwards and punishments. If ho docs,
'Old Trim" must admonish him to go a
litflo slow on the cap and hat yarn. Tin
idea of mortgaging a straw hat for a fishing
tackle, and going into tho business of teach
ing mud jacks, smacks largely of "one on
urn." Wo have consulted Dow Kelley as
to whether or not tho match is off. , He em
phatically denies its being off, ami declares
that on his part the money shall all be
used for tho purpose of getting up a coin
plote outfit for T. F. Bouton, on his "up
Salt River" trip.
Pluck," in the Johnson County Journal,
gives our place Dongola a little airing
Try The Druggist's Sundries
FIVE CENT CIG.E !
The most pleasing smoke for the taoney'ever offered to the
DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE IT A TBIAL.
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a line, aromatic smoke
will do well to try
THE PROBLEM CIGAR,
Strictly hand-made of tho choicest selection of Havana Tobacco and superior la qual
ity to two-thirds of tho Cigars Imported to this country.
A. SINGLE T1UAL WILL SATISFY
The most fastidious taste of the merits of this Cigar.
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS RETAIL DEALERS.
The above brands are especially adopted to fine trade, and no dealer should be
SOLE AGENT FOli CA1KO,
Call and examine and be convinced. H. MEYERS.
on the saloon business. Now, while we de
precate drunkenuess. and coucede that it
is not only wrong to get drunk; but crimi
nal in the full meaning of the word;
we will never concede that our saloons, un
der the present regime, is a draw back on
Dongola. Our gentlemanly saloonists, S. B.
Poor of the east side, and Simon Aden
of the west side, have recently renovated
their establishments throughout, setting
aside those miserable blinds formerly kept
standing in the door, leaving things within
exposed to the scrutiny of the most fastidi
ous. This is a step in the right direction, so
far as saloons arc concerned. Reader
don't conceive the idea from what we have
said, that we are opposed to temperance
We arc not, but we are opposed to those
fellows who go up And down the country
giving what they are pleased to call, tem
perance lectures, who are at the same time
the mst intemperate men we have.
We do not accuse them of being dram
drinkers at all; but intemperate in their
lectures, often abusing men who are in every
respect their superiors. We venture the
prediction, that the temperance cause, as
conducted ever sinc3 Old Trim was a boy,
will not redeem the world from drunken
ness in fit tv thousand vears.
We are not giving paper puffs for pay when
we sav, that John L. Bishop, is the boss
tinrtcr in our place, but we do say it,
because we have many warm friends in
Alexander and Pulaski counties, who read
The Bvi.lktin, and often come to Dongola.
So gentleman if you wish to see, way down
below the bottom, of all low prizes, tor tin
ware, just call on John, and he will let you
see: and at the sani" tb" lle
sell you a stove oa good terms.
Recently, we had a man with us, who
was an adjpt iu reading men's dispositions,
by examining beads. He was a wonder
ful talker, and he talked for money, and
when r.-adiuir men's character he was talk
ing up and si'llinc a wonderful preparation
for destroying bed-bugs. We are not
much in favor of bed-bug?, but would
much rather be infested by them than this
garrulous specimen of humanity.
At this writiug, we see there are posters
up. announcing that a certain Mr.
will talk to us in a few nights on the
science of phrenology. The posters t don't
state whether he has any bed-bug prepara
tion or not. Pretty Hon, no doubt, we
shall have some qjie to tell what alcohol is,
and whether it is good for the stomach or
not. Perhaps we shall hear all tibout that
old gentleman, who about rlye or six thou
sand years ago, got so much of it in his
stomach, that ho was found lying nude
upon the ground, etc. hat we most
need in tills age of the world, is good
wholesome laws, that will send a man to
prison for getting drunk, and keep him
there till he pays tho uttermost farthing
Iu the meantime, if any good can accrue
from those total abstinence plodges, let it
accrue. Will The Bulletin please tell some
thing in reference to the marriage law in
relation to cousins ?
Wo saw in previous Bulletin a short
comment on tho subject, but havo not seen
tho act. Please inform us.
We do not believe in medicine for child
ren, but we do believe in Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup and assert that no family should bo
Fishi.no tacki.b, Rods, bait, etc., wire
cloth for screens, ice cream freezers, etc.,
at bottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, and
Hardware of all descriptions. Dog collars,
Refrigerators, Revolvers, Razor?, Pocket
Knives, silver pted knives, forks nnd
spoons, lamp?) and lump fixtures nnd s
thousand of other nrticlt at C. W. Hen;
dcrson's, Commercial avenuo, " corner
There will be a meeting of Hibernian
Engine Co., No. 4, held oa Thursday even
ing, June 12th. All members aro requested
to be present as business of importance to
the company will be brought la-fore tho
meeting. By order of Committee,
Titos. Kai, Chairman.
AT THE I'LANTEUS' IIOI'SE.
Chas. II. Rhodes, St. Louis; R. Witten
and II. M. Bledson, Metropolis; Mi
Clark and Miss Hains, Bird's Point; A. P.
Clark rndE.D. Ellis, St. Louis; Mrs. E.
Eddleman and Mrs. W. Williams Dongola;
V. Vandermale, St. Louis; J. Fristmaa,
Chicago; John E.Goree, Paducah; W. M.
Wade, Hickman, Ky.; Chas. W. Parkison,
Highland, Ills.; Samual Jackson, Vienna;
James Ware, Poplar Bluffi Juuu-g Uayde,
Cincinnati; J. L.Clark, Padueah.
Icb, Ice Wholkhale and Retail in
largo or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in sueli quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial ;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
tue through the ptt-otliee.
WIRE SCREENS, FIRXITl liE, ETC,
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, ltetween Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on 6ale. Repairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and w ire
cloth for screens.to be made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
, II Kt ICR I ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season. Oilier,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol's
grocery store. J.ron Ki.ek.
Bl'tiUY AND HAllXESS.
Kor mle, lnpiu ( of tuirni nnd ft Hourly now
fiiio bitr opi-u biiK). Apply at the Hull, tin ortlce.
M STEUN it CO,
713, 715, Washington Avenue, St. I.oulu Mo.
The Greatest Boot .and Shoe Sale ever
Held in the West.
llt-lut! the entire toc! or the Into and well kuowu
Jobbing Brui ul
APPLETOX, NO YES & MAUDE.
ol tills city,
Amounting to upward or ilim.onn WORTH Ol'
itiDUS wvlIacliiiPtcd to tlu-NOUTIIEHN, hOl'TII
SKNand WEST Kits TRADE.
June Kill, ISta uud I'M U,
At our valoa-rnnm. Ooodn ready for Inflection
Inmi uud after jinnlny, Juno Utli.
AILS FOR SALE CHEAP,
A few keg of mixed NAILS, taken from the wreck
of tbu baru ut tbe polut. uro for aale at
81.50 PER KEG,
Delivered anywhere on the Ohio Levc-o. Apply to
On wrecking boat C'bnrlay Hill, nt tho point.
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