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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1879.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Till MOMINC (MOKVkU IXCIITMII.
ObVe; Bulletin BuIMId, Wwlilnston Avenott
' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
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For one week, per aqnare
Tor two week, perniuiire J
For three week, per sqnaro " J"'
For one month, par fqnare J"
Sacb additional aquare
hm.Ml nnllrA 1-W
Obituarle and reiiolutlouii pam-d by locicllea
ten cent per line.
Deaths and murrlagut free
Flrat Inaortlon, per aquore $1-JJ
8nbqont Insertions 5,1
Eight lined of olid nonpareil constitute a qnaro.
Displayed advertisement will be charged accord
lag to the space, occupied, at above r'ltca there be-
I.. halvrt nnm nf aiilM tVllfl fn the ilich.
To rejrnl&r advcrtlsera we offer superior lndnco
menta. both at to rate of chnrRea aud manner of
displaying their favor.
LnrniiMitir.ua twontr centa tier line for first Inser'
tlon ; ten ccnte per Hue. for each mbbscquent Infer-
Thla paper mav be found on tlic ai iteo. i-.niun
Co .' Kewknaner Ailwrtisini! Bureau (10 fepruco
, atrmt) .,.. sWa-un,, muy be made
torniQ new lore. .
, Communication upon subject of cencrul Interest
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"B. A B I'rnett. Cairo. Iilllimi "
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning: Daily In Southern Illinois
Largest Circulation of any Daily in
E. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.B. Harrell, Editor.
TriE Democrats of Ohio have" nominated
Gen. Thomas Ewingfor Governor, and Gen.
A. V. Rice for Lieutenant-Governor. The
convention acted with much T wisdom, and
the Democrats appear to have better
chances in Ohio than they have hud for
ytars. The bucccss of this ticket would
make a lasting impression on the politics
of that Btatd" and virtually decide the pres
identi'al contest of 1880.
Tbb sWuian organ in Washington ton
cedes that the Democratic Ohio State tick
et is twenty thousand votes stronger than
any other that party could have put in the
field. As the Republican majority in Ohii
averages less than ten thousand, the con
cession is equivalent to the acknowledg
ment that tho ticket can't be beaten.
Ewingof Ohio is already booked as Ohio's
The tremendous Democratic majority in
Cook county, is giving the wire pullers und
pipe-layers of the Republican party uneas
iness. It has cost Governor Cullom a trip
to Washington, and many consultations
with Republican congressmen. The con
elusion arrived at is that Republican forces
of tho State must be thoroughly re-orgun-ized,
and that, to that cud, money must be
used. And now what do our leading Dem
ocrats propose to du? "Will they sit idly
by and see arrangements perfected to rob
them of1 their hard-earned vantage ground?
Such has been our custom.
Ik k early all of the judicial districts of
Illinois party lines were drawn, and the .fit
ness of the candidates was subordinated to
political considerations. This being true,
the result gives a very strong iutimutiou of
the f relative strength of the two parties.
"While we cannot say that it indicates a
clear Democratic majority in the State, it
certainly does show that good, effective
-work on tho part of Democrats, thorough
organization and singleness ot purpose dur
ing the twelve months to come, will wrett
Illinois from Republican control. Shall we
not, then, get down to earnest work, and,
in 1880, bring Illinois back to the faith of
The Jetty reports of Capt. Brown of
the United States Coast Survey Service
most serve, to the Cincinnati Commercial
and Memphis Avalanche, as so much gall
and wormwood. The opening of the Mis
aiasippi valley to the commerce of the
world without giving those sheets "a job,"
is '"bad" on the sheets, but an achievement
over which the people arc growing jubilant.
Capt. Brown'a latest report is that, at flood
tule there was a jetty channel of 20 fee;,
wlt)a a channel 25 feet deep and Hh) feet
-wide across the bar. When it is called to
mind that this is a deepci channel by two
feet, than is found on the New Yoik bar
off Sandy Hook, Captain Ead uiHy wel l 1 e
proud of hit success, aud well may the peo
ple applaud him. In the channel bIkjvc
the pass, at low tide, are twenty-five and
one-tenth fect, and all this Iuh bn
achieved five mouths ahead ot;tiuiv, actual
Jjr, nd eighteen months provisionally.
And thus, despite the Commercial and
Aralanche, E.ds achieve 'successus and
the peoplo profit by thein.
A THE time of the year for such things
baa arrived we give tho Atlanta Medical
Journal' aunt curu for hydrophobia. Th
. cure u certainly simple and harmless, anil
tho lurredibDU can be procured iu any ot
the drugstores: Take equal parts of chloro
form and concentrated ammonia; mix and
apply with sponge or soft cloth to the bitten
parts, fivb or ten raitfutes. If the parts are
swollen, then, rub with ammonia and spir
its of turpentine, equal portions, mixed,
Continue this a pplication a day or two.
The physician who used the medicino says
that in a practice of twenty years ho never
lo6t one of the scores of cases he treated.
It is said to be' equally effective in cases of
snake tnfes, ttitei of poisonous insects etc.
rnOCEEDIXGS OF THE BOAED OF
State of Illinois, ) g3
Alexander County. (
Regular session of the board of county
commissioners of Alexander county, began
and held at tho court house, in the city of
Cairo, in said county and state, on Mon
day, the second day of June, A. D., 1879.
Present, Thos. W. Halliday, chairman;
Samuel Brily, commissioner; S. J. Humm,
Absent, Martin Brown.
The board consumed the entire day in
(yinaiilnriiHr r.'.nims Bcftinst the countv. and
,. , ., A . n
firlionrni'il until to-ninrrow moraincr at 0
finVtarn irw 3 1S71
TUESDAY MOUMNO, U 0 CLOCK, JllsE 0, 10. J.
tv,0 K(mrd met mirsuant to adiournment
A members present.
, . . . i -r, . u
iua rujui iui kuiiu a. jvuuvi;, v-iituii una,
. . . , ..'
for six months ending May 31, 189, was
examined and approved, and his bill for
nf,nii)r,P(i oriminnl foes was on motion
The report of Patrick Morgan, justice of
the peace, of an inquest held on tho body
of Joshua Johnson, a child about one and a
half years old, was not approved, and his
claim for fees not allowed, inasmuch, as the
supreme court has decided that a Justice of
the peace cannot legally hold an inquest
when the coroner is in the county. And
the board is reliably informed that said in
quest wrs wholly unnecessary.
The bill of Dr. J. W. Renfro, amounting
to $12, for medical attendance upon one
Michael Walsh, was on motion rejected, as
there seem to have been no authority given
for this charge upon the county.
Tho bill of Thomas Martin, amounting
to $11.73, for coffins, burial, etc., of James
Monroe and son, was also rejected as no
authority was given for such expenditures
by any county authority.
The board thereupon resumed the exam
ination of claims and other business con
uected with county affairs, pending which
it adjourned until to-morrow morning at 8
WEDNESDAY MOBN1.NO, 8 O'CLOCK, JCNE 4m,
The board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. All members present.
Tho report of R. Fitzgerald, coroner, of
three inquests held' on the bodies of un
known persons, on May 8th, 10th and 20th,
respectively, were presented, examined and
The following named persons were se
lected, and on motion they hereby are ap
jiointed to serve as grand jurors for the Sep
tember term, 1S79, of the Alexander coun
tv circuit court:
First Cairo precinct, Robt. W. Miller,
P. G. Schuh; second Cairo precinct, Win.
White, E. A. Burnett; third Cairo precinct,
C. W. Henderson, F. 8. Kent; fourth Cairo
precinct, Joseph B. Reed, John Rees; fifth
Cairo precinct, James Carroll, N. Williams;
Goose Island precinct, Thos. Vallette, John
Miller;Theles precinct, James Miller, Wm.
Hrowu ; llazlewood precinct, Lcrry Thomas,
J. F. Short; Sandusky precinct, Ezekiel
Smalling; Clear Creek precinct, A. J
Ikuch; East Cape Girardeau precinct,
Wm. O. Sanders; Santa Fe precinct, Wm.
E. Woods; Lake Milligan precinct, John
Rval: Reccli Ridge precinct, John Parker;
Uuuity t ronirvt, Win. D. Parrott.
Claims and other county matters were'then
taken up, pending which the board ad
journed uutil to-morrow morning at 8:30
Thursday morning, 8 :U0 o'clock, June 5,
1879. The board met persuant to adjourn
ment. The full board prcBcnt.
The full time of the board was taken up
in discussing roads and bridges, and other
The following claims against the county
were allowed, hut inasmuch as the county
has drawn warrants against, and in antici
pation of the tax already levied, to as large
an amount as the board thinks safe to
draw at present :
It is therefore, ordered that the clerk is
hereby directed not to draw any warrants
for tho payment of the following claims un
til tho further order of this board, except
ing for tho followiug bills, viz : Bailiff's,
Roads and Bridges and Stationary Ac
counts, there being in the funds out of
which said bills aro payable, unexpended
ON ACCOUNT OFCOl'MT COUUT.
Ti a ... .
. o. iuchiu, i quarter salary as
county judge to June 1, 1870. . .$180 00
ON ACCOUNT OF Ml'lCltlNTKNDENT OF
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, 10 days at i per
day 40 00
ON ACCOUNT OP UIKTINO I'ltlSONEltS.
John Hodges, a months to June 1,
1879 eoi 00
ON ACCOUNT OK KEEH AND SAI.AKY.
John A. Reeve, criminal fees un
coil) cted, for 0 months, to June, 1
wipvrrTvii H4 20
J 8 Jlunin, official foes to June, 171 74
do 15 days clerk of pro
ifitj aud commUUmur's court, to
lllt,! 45 00
ON ACCOUNT OF STATIONARY AND FUEL.
Cairo City Coal Co 00
B. F. Parker, paper, pens, etc .... . 1095
J. M. W. Jones & Co., hooka and
blanks 309 77
ON ACCOUNT OK B0AD8 AND BIUDOM.
C. O. Patier& Co., 2 plows and 1
Durham, Cauble Jb Co., lumber and
nails ! "
ON ACCOUNT OF CIRCUIT COURT,
Herbert A. Harrel, 0 days baliff,
Mav term W
Richard Tavlor. 5 days bailiff, May
term 7 50
W. H. Schutter, 0 days bailiff, May
term 0 00
TraberArter 0 days bailiff, May
term 9 00
A Cain, 0 days bailiff. May term ... 15 00
CM. Bennefield, 6 days bailiff, I
May term IS 00
M. F. Wootteu, 0 days bailiff, May
term 0 00
Randall Jackson, G days bailiff, !
May term f0 00
ON OCCOUNT OF FACrERS. j
Mary Byrnes, for keeping Harriett 1
Cunningham, 3 months, to June
1st, 1879 $19 50
B. F. Brown & Bro, mdse. for Mrs.
Holden 10 82
J. A. M. Gibbs, medical attendance, ;
etc., and one quarter's salary as
overseer of the poor 50 00
N. B. Sargent, mdse. for Hannah
Lee. to Juno 2 20 00
B. F. Brown & Bro., mdse. for pau
pers $5 and burying pauper $5 .
C. W.Wheeler & Co., coal and
JohnE. Park, burying 5 paupers. .
J. D. Scott, burying child pauper. .
St. Mary's Infirmary, coffin and
burying Frank Waynay 7 00
Thos. A. Brown, maintaining pau
pers, at poor farm, 3 months, to
June 1, 1879 181 78
L. 9. Marshall, 12 coffins for paupers, CO 00
Dr. Wm. Wood, expenses and one
quarters 6alary, 3 months to June
1, 1879 20235
ON ACCOUNT OK CONTINGENT FUND.
Thos. A. Brown, expenses at poor
farm $ 2 50
C. M. Bennefield, mileage, etc., for
conveying prisoner to jail
S. J. Ilunim, express charges,
stamps, etc.', to June 1 12 90
Feith, hurrying 3 drowned men
as per coroner's report
Goldstein & Rosenwater, blankets
Cairo City Gas Co., gas 3 months
to June 1 17 90
Jas. Burk, cementing basement of
court house 15 00
"Wm. Harrell, 3 mattresses for jail
F. Vincent, 30 barrels of lime
Thos. Boyle, hauling 10 loads of
Green & Gilbert, 1 quarters legal
sejvices as county attorneys 250 00
B. F. Blake, cutains for circuit clerk
and treasurers offices 10 00
John A. Reeve, express charges... 4 00
P. G. Schuh, mdse. tor county clerks
E. E. Ellis, printing blanks
C. M. Bennefield, mileage, etc., for
conveying prisoner to jail
Cairo Bulletin Co., publishing board
II. T. Gerould, 4 gas burners 1 00
John Hodges, expenses lor convey
ing patients to Insane asylum. . .
F. M. Ward, 515 pounds ice for
F. M. Warren, repairing guttering
at court house
II. Fitzgerald, holding 3 inquests. .
And to the following named persons who
served as coronrrs jury the sum ot one dol
lar each, viz :
P. Mockler, N. Feith, W. H. Schutter,
P. Kuykendall, II. A. Harrell, Wm. Alba,
M. J. Buckley, Theo. Hcckcr, Daniel Calla
han, Wm. Raefsnider, J. M. Valley, G. W.
Mcridan, J.JShcehan, I). J. Foley, T. Arter.
W. F. Shuckers, Joseph Bledsoe, Geo.
Braddish, P. Collins, J.M. Valley, II. Har
rell, Z. P. Holly. John Lallay, P. O. Calla
han, J. S. McGahey, E. Fitzpatrick, John
Higgins, R. Walsh, David Barry, P. Ken
nedy, Thomas Foley, D. 2s. Farmer, E. H.
Morris, James Edwards, D. McCarthy, M.
ON ACCOUNT OF TEll . DIEM.
Martin Brown, 3 days commissioner and
mileage $ 11 00
Sam'l Briley, 4 days commissioner
T. W. Halliday, 4 days commis
sioner and mileage 12 00
Whereupon, on motion, the board ad
journed sine die. 1
Sam'l J. Humm, Clerk.
Why will you allow a cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when an
immediate relief can so easily be attained.
BoKchee's German Syrup has gained the
largest sale in the world for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and tho severest Lung Dis
eases. It is Dr. BoscliCe's famous German pre
scription, and iB prepared with the greatest
care, and no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to tho youngest child, us per
directions. The sale ot this medicine is
unprecedented. Since first introduced there
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a lailure to do its
work in any case. Ask your druggist ns to
the truth of these remarks. Large tize 75
cents. Try it and be convinced.
Harmless as milk, is the Perfected
Butter Color of Wells, Richardson & Co.,
Burlington, Vt. There is no longer, either
excuse or necessity for using the crude color
preparations of our grandmothers, which
could never bo depended upon for jmfor
mity, and tended to keep the but.t r at a
depressed valuation. For sale by ui: DrUjr.
gists and Merchants.
Chkw Jackson's best Sweet Nuvy To
Query. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Ilro'a
' Seal of North Carolina" at the same price
HAN KB. '
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
II. WKLL8, Caahler.
T. J. KEKT11, AaalaUBt Caellcr.
F. Brow, Cairo j
Peter Ntiff, Cairo;
C, M . Oatcrlob,
K. Bmler, Cnlro;
C'bus. O.I'aticr, .
limn titlf j'.(.A.
Trillium nmii voii'j,
R. L Itilllugaley, Hi. Lnula;
V. 1 . V 1UUJBUU, VB1UUVU1U.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Ex
change Bold and bought. Interval paid In tho
.Saving Department. Collectlona snath) and all
butlneaa promptly attended to.
JJNTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, 1869.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on dopof Its March let and Sep
tember lft. Interest not withdrawn l added Im
mediately t the principal of the dvpotift, thereby
giving them compound interest.
K3T Children and married women may deposit
money and no one flsc can draw It.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Treasurer.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLIDAY. President.
11. L. HALLIDAY. Vice-President.
WALTER IIYSLUP, Cafbier.
S. STAAT8 TATLOH, W. P. nAU-ItlAV,
HKNKV L. UAU.I1HY, II. H. CTNS1NOHAM,
O. D. WLU.UMbO.N, MXrilE.N WHO,
U. n. CAKDEE.
. hcy wt
- . j;ouncil I
Excbanffe, Coin and United StateslJouSii
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposit received and a general banking bnslnest
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
R.SMYTH cfc CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTIT A CO. have constantly a law
stock of the best goods in the market and tie
especial attention to Ihe wholesale branch of the
HOWE L L
Newspaper Advert isiii? Bureau.
For Ton Cents: One hundred pain Plmplilet
with Lists ol Newvpupers. uml Advertising Rate:
Fnr Ten Dollars: Vim lines inserted om' week
In Three Hundred and Fifty NuwtroiV's.
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvements
on old ones; for medical or other compounds, trade
mark uud labels. Caveats, Asnments, Inter
ferenccs, Appeals, Suits for Inwiiigements, and
all cases arising uuder the Patent Luws. prompt
y attended to. Inventions that have been
itV T FflTR f) ,y lh0 ,,B,l'nt 0,,lt0 my lil-
IjJXXJU n n,0l,t ,.,. he patented by
I)D. Being opposite the U. 8. Patent Department,
and.engaged lu Patent business exclusively, we can
make closer searches, and secure Patents more
promptly, aud with broader claims, thun those who
ire remote from ashington.
1J Vrxfl lyilOyuur device) we make ex
nmlnations and advise as to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
I'ricei low, and no charge unless 1'nteut ls-s cured,
Wo refer tn Washington, to Han Postmaster
Golleral D. M. Key. Rev. V. D.Power. The Herman
American National Hank, to ofllclal in the V. S.
Patent Office, mid to (Senators and Representatives
In Congress: d especially toont clients lu every
Stain lu thp Union aud iu Cutmdu. Address
, . O. A. SNOW & CO..
Oppoalio Patont Office. Washington D. C.
r0 IJlVKSTOlW AND MECHANICS.
PATENTS nd how tn olitatn them. Pamtt..t nl
wi frt ru fcelt of Htnrnii" for p.i,,".
- ' bullcitori of Patent. Hox HI,
WHY. DON'T TOD PAINT
That Door or that Floor? You can do it with the
The Averill Chemical Paint
DOES NOT FADE or CHALK OFF, hut retains ITS FRESHNESS and BRILLIANCY
for ninny years, and will last MUCH LONGER thun the hest Lend
und Oil mixed in the old way.
IT IS A. PURE LINSEED OIL PAINT.
SUITABLE FOR ALL CLIMATES.
PKEPAKED FOR IMMEDIATE APPLICATION,
Inside and Outside White and any Mesired Shade or Color
Sold in packages to suit, very cheap.
Ask to be shown a sample card uf tints.
TO ASCERTAIN THE AMOUNT OF PAINT YOU REQUIRE,
Add the number of feet in width (front und rear) to the number of feet in l.-i:yth
(both sides); this multiplied by the average height, gives the number ot square li-.t to
be painted. This divided by 200 as one gallon of this paint covers 200 square feet
(two coats), gives the amount required in gallons.
Example Front, 20 feet.
Rear. 20 "
Side, 40 "
Side, 40 " 200(2400
120 " 12 KiiUonb f,,r twoc
Remarks. There can be no definite rule i-stablished as to the exact quantity :'.
require; but the above is sufficiently near for all practical purposes. Should the
be smooth and hard, less than tho above would suffice; if rough and porous m-jr-.
EE NOT IMPOSED UPON BY BASE AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS. It
is a well-known fact that when the Averill Chemical Paint was h'rbt put upn the mar
ket, it was the only Paint of the kin J that could be found. Its merits were so great,
however, that but a few years had elapsed before worthless imitations bi gan to ar
under the names of 'Enamel,' "Rubber," "Mixed," "Chemical," "Liquid," und -Pre
our Paint to give entire satisfaction in all cases, and therefore wish it distinctly und-r-stood
that we do not enter into competition with the many adi-ltliiated and wi;itiilis
Mixed Paints, purporting to be similar to the "Averill," which are now flooding th,;
market. AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT C .
BARCLAY BROTHERS, Oneral A-ents.
ARE YOU GOIXGr TO PAINT?
THEN USE NEW YORK
i iiuimrrn j'liirn ni i iiii.r. nude r clrlrl.y uri' Wolf" I ml
Zinc ml Lluci'cd CMI chi-mlrllv rmnliltird. w.'irrtnK'd mtirh ILindnonu r und K Lt-uiiuf atid to Urt TW 1 K
A". LO.ti tti.aiiyolh. r Paint. It liur Ink. u the MUST PlIEMll'M nt mi My uf ti.e Mute K:r t tliu
item y roruo in Whlto nnd over One nuiiilrfrt
ucuour autnt rur ri.li rt-iiif . Id Mucifullv.
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Sample Cllrj fr"'-
1 "!V.U" " :'u "V niiic i iu inn country . M I i tirilmrK I' . Jan. loio. !-T7.
ii i i w ''..' m. i iu: dfuiifincn. nc nave oil mrfi- intntltlr of vci:r rJiionr-l
J aim in thlf n-ctlnn of thf ciimitry. and all irtlin liaviiif ud tin- nnw inal; bitfljlv of'lic dur-i'.iiitv
ntid finish; und thi-y find thr coliirn and mixture- Jum a vnti ri-ircrrijt. Tfci-n-c.ni li'i- mi ln 'i. r ja-u'j
fur i-xt)oiiro to lii-nt uml cold. aLd anv mir m-inirit once w ill nin lv il.. n . i . V.,n l,..w. ,u
QLOSSOIL AND VAItNISII COMPANY.
17U ri-incc Street, Xew York.
Copal, Coach, Furniture, Daniar and all other Varni!iesr
Liquid and J.iian Dryers and Gloss Oil.
Onr cheap Worn Oil Vuriil.L. fi t tin- price, tin no equal In tin- matktt.
OVll DKVKKS AHK TIU-Z BK.ST,
Dry quick und will mix ith ail kimlc of oil.
OUR VAHNISIIKS AKE TIIK UEST
And hove no i-quul ; 0 conceded by the trade.
11,W'vcV'l,ry1fttflll!,om,,,nuf,,,r'nm,', qunllly at the lowt-n tirlre. nwe hi y for
prompt cah only, und liuvo lurKe i-xpiri.nce iu the lupine, and (live the an.e pommal attrition
SAMPLES aiid iiuoutloci sent with pk-nnireat uny time. Soliciting yonr order we n-i, uin,
Itcpprctfully Your, (
. 'EW YORK ENAMEL PA I XT & VAR.NISU CO.
STOVES AND TINWAKE.
AY. M. DAVIDSON,
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Cupper.
COOKING- Sc HEATING
ininaic mm jiojunv ware or cvorv
Bocrwnrt'i old itund, on Eighth trc, t,
pric:n;m,i,!i,Lo,;j.,,r,'m,,,ly rM ,,uo
Corner Wnehlnijtnn Avemm nuil Ek-lit Klreetuml
Corner Elovi-uth und WuhhliiKtoti Avu
CA1IIO, . Jlllnol.
A full ami complete nrply of the bit otnU
KEQUJKINO J0 OIL, TIUNKEH OH DttYfcH.
Multiply Height, 20 "
MJTi n nt Culi.ri'. mide f lrlri:y t.urv Whit" I., in!
YOHK KNAMKL PAINT CD.,
1 Piimo Mk-w. N.-w v'u.
I'ARPENTEB AND roxriiACTOK.
JOHN A. POOR, "
GakientkC and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STHEE t,
(between WaKhlujitou and Walnut.)
EHtliiiatcs on lmlldiiifrH, on losses lyfire
or otliorwise iiimlc on short notice.
ALL work lntniti-il to him will receive prompt
ttctillou. und will be executed In a aut Bfactory
HOOTS AND SHOW.
Muntifiictiiri-r anil Denier In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Findings
No. W Commercial Ave,, Ilet, Firth mid Sixth St.
rAIItO. ir.T.tVma .
1-erp enti(itiiiitlv on hrinil ( liirto Miiortinent of W
and lsi, t;d of tha very b,.t of t. Loul anil
Clue iiniiti Ilnml-iniulii workt old elieiiper tlinn
A. . X't'iiir Mini uiiuivn iMMrin Unn MIlOnH OT HI I HIV
uiiiira ii. thi; city: r " nM nwu"cr? 0l' ,
iuiir iii'iiirw. ntiii KiuiaiiiiD ii,.,.. mi . , i .
" ,mi iMuin n inrj( mock or MMUerand
riiillu(i of all de.crlptloii, mm verv tlo.e, u",uu