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H. BRYANT,' M. D. ,
OFFICE: Eighth tnd Washlnstoo Avenue.
RESIDENCE : Corner Nineteenth nd Wah
pgton. y II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office m Commercial avenue. Kcsldinco corner
Fourteenth bt. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
yy It. SMITH, M. D.
' Office and Resldenf :
NO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIKO. ILL.
ill. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornci-No. 1S6 Commcj-clal Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Streeu
jQR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Elghth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow' and Ootpnans" Mu
tual Aid Society.
JIXEGAlt & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
r-t RVFHAL DELIVER! open i :S a. m.; closes
It n-Qiinm ftnnrtmr: H to fl a. m.
Money Order Department open ai o. m.; nocs
Through Exr-res Mall via IlUnol Central and
Mississippi Cen:ral Railroads close at 18:30 p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
doses at li:30p. m. , ,
Way Mall via IlUnol Central. Cairo and In
eenne and Mlss.ssippl Central Railroads close at
' Way Sail far Narrow Gauge Railroad close at 3
Cairoand EvansvlUe River Route close at 6:S0
9. m. da'.iy (except Friday).
R, R. TWE CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAIK ARRIVB. TRAP! DEI-1BT
Wail 46 a.m. I Mall 3:10a.m.
Xxpres i:00 p.m. Eipr 6:00 p.m.
CAIRO 3t YINCENNES R. B.
XtU 100 p.m. IMall 4:45 a.m
CAIRO A 8T. LOCIS R. R.
JSrpress. ...... 5:10 p.m. Expres 8:45 a. m
Jvccom datlon. 10:45 p.m. Accom aMion.u-.sp. u
CHICAGO. 8T. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
3UIL... 5:p.m. Mall 5:wa.m
C. A. AT. RAILROAD
Texas expres.. . 2:40 a.m. I Texa expreM.2:15p.n
JUcommodat'n..8:iW a.m. I
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Morninsr Daily in Southern Illinois,
SlQN-L OfFlfg. I
Cairo, 111., June 24.
; 24. IS79. (
Time. Bar. Tber. Hum Wind. Vtl Weathei.
: a m sn.05
Maximum Temperature. Ml o ; Minimum Tern,
perature, ; Rainfall, 0.04 loch.
w. n. HAY,
Ser.'t Signal Corps, L'. 8. A.
The season for ague, chills, jaundice and
.malaria, has come and with it the time to
put cn and wear the "Ilolman Pad." It is
a certain preventive to all liilous, liver or
apleen disorders, and should be worn con
stantly for several weeks. Hundreds of
them were worn last summer in Cairo with
happy results, and the buyers are all buy
ing fresh ones of Paul (. S em it, ngent
for this summer wear. He keeps them, new
snd fresh and of nil sizes.
THE VERY LATEST.
Persons desirous of supplying them
selves with the latest novelty in the way of
decorating the person, have now the op
portunity of procuring the genuine
WHITBY JET NECKLACES
"the latett and "nobbiest" ornament out.
To be procured of Taber Brothers only
128 Commercial avenue.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
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. .Tacoii Ki.ek.
. Ten Ccxts Woktii. If you want a neat
smooth 6have for ten cents, or a fashionable
liair cut for 23 cents, or anything else iu
tie ton.4orial line, remember the place to
-go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
FiHiiiNO tackle, Rons, bait, etc., w ire
loth for screens, too cream freo7.ers, etc.,
t Wtom vticn; nlso Stove, Tinware, ami
Hardware of all descriptions. Dog collars,
Refrigerators, Revolvers, Razors, Pocket
Knives, silver plated knives, forks and
spoons, lamps mid lar.ip fixtures and a
vMiousand of other articles at C. W. Hen
derson's, (!otamerciHl avenue, corner
Hkhiikm k Foil SAi.K.-At the hour of I)
o'clock p. m. on the 2(ith instant, IJwill sell
a public auction, 'on the premises, lot 24
-and south lmlf of 2:), block 8:), comer of
.Poplar and Thirty-fourth streets,and all im
prorenienta thereon. The building' Is a
ood two story frame in complete order, with
dstern, outhouses, etc. Terms madu known
-on day of sale. Sale positive and without
WBIITC. V EllMfNI) Sll ANNKKHY.
Thos. Wiktkii, auctioneer.
, Envklops printed ut tho Bulletin office,
1.00 per M. Envelops furnished at St
fniU wholesale List prices for the next 80
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Mrs. Martin Van Patton and family
arc in the city, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Temperanco is the subject for consid
eration at the Presbyterian prayer meeting
Mr. J. E. Spillcr is fencing out the
morning sun from his store room by the
erection of an "awning" so called.
-Our Sir. Burnett was too unwell to ap
pear at his post yesterday afternoon. He
hoped to be all right this morning, how
ever. Mr. B. F. Thistlewood has a contract
for unloading a snnken barge load of coke,
that lies in the river near tho point, and for
delivering the coke at the foundry of Mr
J. B. Reed.
Mike Higgins, a man about fifty-five
years of age, died in this city, about 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon, of hemorrhage
of the lungs. Ho leaves a wife and three
children; but all the children are grown.
Mr. James C. Martin, of the late Padu-'
cah Daily Kcntuckian, accompanied by his
wife and several other Paducau ladies,
came down on the Fisk and explored the
city, merely as a matter of recreation.
Pat Clancy, who, has suffered severely
for several years from an attack of rheuma
tism, left Cairo yesterday, for the not
Springs, in the hope of finding relief. Old
Billy Daily, also out of sorts, accompanied
him. They will probably be absent a
couple of months.
The section of sidewalk on ' Twelfth
street, between Poplar and Commercial,
now being supplied, was sadly needed.
Had the old walk not been lying flat upon
the ground, it would have been wholly im
passable, and pedestrians would have been
driven to a use ot the street.
It was Justice Comings who passed
upon the tangled mass of testimony drawn
out in the Bailey-Thompson shooting
scrape. From parties present at the trial
we learn that the stories of the different
witnesses were as tangled and crooked as
the animated hair of a Gorgon's head.
A number of our merchants are en-
gazed in taking their regular semi-annual
account of stock. Conspicuous among
these are Mr. J. B. Reed and lderman C.
R. Woodward. As the stocks of these houses
are made up of a million different articles
even-thing from an eighth ot an inch
screw to an eiirht-foot circular saw, the
work of invoicing seems almost intermin
able. Quite a cumber of the steamer Rolnrt
Mitchell's lady and gentlemen passengers,
left the boat about 4 o'clock yesterday
evening, for a promenade in the city.
When they regained the levee they discov
ered the Michell out in the stream. The
consternation of the women was but poorly
indicated by their screams. The pilot fin
ally caught their frantic signals, and landed
While little Miles Gilbert, son ot Wil
liam B. was passing along Fourth street
yesterday, a vicious spotted slut, the pro
perty of Willis Parker, pitched upon the
little boy, bit him quite severely. Mr.
Gilbert being informed of the occurrence
repaired to headquarters and obtained an
order for the dangerous brute's destruction.
It is said that the dog was a terror to all the
children ot the neighborhood.
Mr. George Corliss, recently from
Memphis, says there has been no yellow fe
ver in that city this season, and the author
ities are doing all they can to keep out the
bronzed visitor; but the number of citi
zens leaving for the watering places and
summer resorts north, is far greater than
ever before known. If the liegira contin
ues unabated until the first of August, half
the population will be out of town.
It is said that Prof. Freidrich, who is
teaching school in Tuners hall, is much
annoyed by bad boys who congregate about
there. Yesterday afternoon he went out to
remonstrate with the boys, and at sight of
him they fled to a safe distance, when they
commenced pelting him with clods. What
such boys need is a liberal application of
the Profs, hickory. But as he can't catch
them, he should invoke the protection
of tho law.
Many of our citizens whose hair is
now liberally sprinkled with gray, will, as
they see Dan Rice in tho ring to-day, re
member how, full thirty years ago, his
matchless drolleries and inimitable take
offs convulsed them with laugheer. There
is a warm place for old Dan in every heart
In all this scope of country, nnd the greet
ing that will be extended to him to-night,
will give the old fellow a most grateful as-
surancu ei the fact.
The steamer Champion left our wharf
about !) o'clock yesterday morning with a
large party on board. Had the weath
er been propitious, the bout would have
been filled; but notwithstanding tlm draw
back of dampness tho party numbered prob-
ably three hundred souls. As everybody
wasabtindantly supplied with edibles, as
a large cabin and good music were at the
command of the crowd, tho facilities for
enjoyment were complete.
Quite a number ot our citizetm desire
iu oe lntormen concerning the condition of
the Crittenden Sulphur Springs. Next to
the water of the White Sulphur Springs of
rginia, me water of Crittenden Ik said to
ue tno iost sulphur water In thu Vnited
Mates, und as nnny of our peoplu mve
prontu.1 oy thoir use, It may Iw u matter o
interest to tlism to know that visitors there
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MOUMNti. JUNE 85. 1879.
.. . .:tiv irood aiTommodft-
can find comF''"v . 7 , , '
tions We were informed yesterday, that
Dr. Van Hook had leased tho premises, and
greatly improved the buildings. Hence,
such of our citizens as contemplate a visit
thither, can rest assured of accommoda
tions on tho ground.
We aro always, glad to publish inform
ation that will put a dollar or two into
the pockets of the patrons of the Bulletin
and that's why we now advise them to send
their assessment schedules of personal prop
erty for 1879 to the County Assessor'6 office,
at once. On and after the 1st day of July,
the new revenue law authorizes tho County
Assessor to add a penalty of fifty per cents.
to all who fail to make proper return before
Belle Lamb is tho name of one of the
white "unfortunates" who seems unable to
resist the allurements of tho bar room
Enjoying a free and easy, with, with a
choice spirit or two, about 1 o'clock yes
terday morning, in one of the saloons of
the city, she was espied by officer Dunker.
Yesterday that officer escorted Miss Belle
to the office of the Police Judge, who, af
ter hearing the complaint, imposed upon
the accused a fine of five dollars and costs
Carl Peters, not to be out-done by his
fellow grocers, now sports a handsome de
livery wagon, and delivers his supplies to
any part ol the city. Carl's hennery 19 a
success, even beyond his expectations. It
is run upon a comparatively small scale
just now; but should the waat9 of trade
offer proper encouragement, he will increase
the number of his chickens until the mere
grinding operations of their gizzards will
require the constant employment of thirty
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cundiff, of Padu
cab, with their respective lawyers, appeared
before Squire Comings, yesterday, and took
the depositions of Jame9 Mason, A. J.
Carle, George Wilson and French Axley.
These depositions are to be used in the
trial of the cause instituted by Mr. Cundiff,
fur divorce. The only point of consequence
established by Mr. C. was that Mrs. C. had
been seen in; one cf the brothels of the
city about 9 o'clock at night. But that
was a good deal.
Collector Hodges sold delinquent town
lots, yesterday, the tax upon which
amounted to over one thousand dollars.
He is making a clean sweep of the thing,
and every lot offered was taken. And
still there are delinquent taxpayers in the
city, who can pay at any time, are delaying
payment! It is decidedly risky business,
this delay is. as a large number of people
whose property has been sold, are now
willing to testify. Sale will be resumed
again at 2 o'clock to-day.
While Sheriff Hodges and officer Shee
ban were searching the point, yesterday,
for the negro who assaulted Puckett, they
scared about 20 little negro boys out of the
river. With a "Good God, we're gone! '
the black urchins snatched their clothing
and dashed into the neighboring chapparal,
like so many wild animals. Dropping ar
ticles of clothing nt almost every hop they
made, a majority reachod the cover of the
thicket without a single garment in hand.
As our police courts have contributed
several healthy masculines to Mahonay's
gang ot Ixiarders, of late, it would contrib
ute considerable to the placidity of our
people's temper, if the jailor would use
three or four of the lusty fellows, especially
directly nfter showers, in the work of
clearing the mud from the cross-walks
Furthermore, us one day's work is equiva
lent to two days' confinement, the city
would save something in the diminished
While the Champion was the act ol
leaving our wharf yesterday morning, a
colored woman on the bank gave vent to
her feelings of anger and resentment, in
language n ither studied nor elegant. She
had purchased two tickets, nnd the mana
gers of the affair refused to allow her to
come aboard. The probabilities are that
the tickets were given to her, and a number
of the bystanders were of the opinion
that she would not have gone had the
opportunity been tendered to her.
Quite a number of our Cairo young
folks hnve been bidden to n 4th of July
hall at the Winstend House, in the town of
Anna. As the Jockey Club will make am
ple provision in the park for all the dancers
in tho city, there will be no occasion to
ive home on a hunt for thnt kind of
amusement, unless, indeed, tho going and
coining, ami the meeting of the bright-
eyed beauties of Union county, count as
attractions, which probably they do It
should not be forgotten, however, that in
the matter of bright-eyes, etc., Cairo can
"beat thu world."
Justice Cuiiningliaiii informed us yes
terday, that the coroner's jury that sat over
thu beheaded body of the negro man, found
on the C. and V. railroad truck above
Mound City, came to the conclusion that
deceased came to his death by being run
over by the cars. Conjectures that tho W
jrro had been murdered several hours be
fore, and that thu body had been placed on
the track, are not supported, either by th
nppearauce of the body or the facts drawn
out during the inquest. Justice nays tlm
body was not cold, as alleged, urnl that
there were no wounds upon it that inlht
not have been Inflicted by the cars. We
had written thus far, when a peHtlferoll''
visitor, who had hern lollowlng our pencil,
blurted i:i our r-us: "I'll M you the l'
nannasthat Justus never heard a word
about the affnir outside of what T11K !)!''
lktjn puunsiica tills morning 1" We mado
no reply; but left tho pest to tho torn. re
of his conscience the same as we leave the
intelligent reader to place His own estimato
upon tho value of Justus' information.
A sallow faced whito girl, about
sixteen years of age, regarding domestic,
service as a hard way to eke out a living left
!ier place, day before yesterday, nnd entered
lerselt as a regular inmate of a down town
negro bawdy house. Ono ot our police
men becoming cognizant of the girl's pur
pose, called upou her and mado known to
her the certain, miserable, horriblo life
before her, should sho persist in her deter
mination. Ho evidently mado an impres
sion on the wretched creature, and it is to
be hoped, of on enduring character. She
left the house, nnd shortly afterwards was
on the hunt for a situation.
Molly Bailey yet manifests a determi
nation to make Mary Thompson suffer for
firing upon her Sunday, with a revolver.
She appeared before Squire Robinson, yes
terday, avowedly to cause Mary's arrest for
firing a pistol within the corporation : but
finally reconsidered her purpose, and re
turned home without securing the warrant.
It certainly strikes us that a rumpus like
that created by these two women, on Sunday
last, should not be passed over in silence.
It was a disgraceful scene in which two
lives were imperilled, the whole neighbor
hood was disturbed and many persons were
alarmed, and yet responsibility has attached
to nobody. This is precisely as it ought
not to be.
About twenty years ago Pat Dolan
built out of brickbats, a little four incli
wall structure ndjoining his frame, corner
of Fourth and Washington. The build
ing is now becoming sadly demoralized.
The walls are bulging out presenting
convex and concave surfaces on side and
front, and are liable, at any time, to tum
ble in on the inmates, who consist of a col
ored woman and her six or seven small
children. During the recent wind storm
the wretched structure reeled like a drunk
man, and the woman, regarding a tumble
in the light of a certainty, 6tood with her
children grouped in the door, ready for
a plunge for the street, in case of closely
James Robinson's circus with Dan
Rice (for whom all of us have a kindly
feeling) in the ring, will exhibit in Cairo
to-day. Shows can secure the publication
of very extravagant puffs in advance of
their coming, but the truth generally comes
out it they fail to come up to the promises
made. The following "after-the-show-voluntary,"
given by the Centralia Demo
crat, is worth a coluninof altisonant blow
ing: "We have no hesitancy in saying that
it is a better circus for twenty-five cents
than has visited this city for the past five
years for fifty cents. And as the compari
son may not say enough for the Twenty
five Cent Circus, we add that there is prob
ably no better circus on the road in Amer
ica." Hacks or spring wagons have been
running hither and yon about the city for
sonic time, offering citizens who fuel indis
posed to walk, a moderately convenient and
moderately cheap means ot conveyance
from place to place. But hitherto none of
these hacks have acted upon the suggestion
of The Bulletin nnd established reirular
routes. This is what Mr. "Frauk Swoboda
proposes to do. He will provide himself
with three horses and keep his hack con
stantly on the go, loaded or empty, along
fixed routes, carrying people to any point
that will not require an abandonment of
regular trips. People will thus know what
to rely upon, and not, as now, be compelled
to devote nearly as much time in hunting
up the hack as would be required to per
form the proposed journey on foot.
John Puckett, the miserable deaf and
dumb boy, whom nearly all our people
have seen wandering about the streets, was
attacked by a burly negro, at the depot
yesterday, and knocked down three times.
It was a most cowardly ami brutal thing to
do; ami one of the by-standcis attempted
to effect thu ruffian's nrest, but being with
out arms was unable to "fake him along."
Sheriff Hodges and officer Shcchan hearing
of the affair, made a thorough search for
tho negro, extending their hunt to the chap
purcl on tho point, but were unable to find
him. When Puckett discovers that hu is
spoken to he makes signs with his mouth
lis an intimation that he can't talk. In do
ing this he contort. his features most
frightfully. It is barely possible that he
made one of thesn faces in reply to the 110
gao's questioning, and got knocked down
The lending colored people of tlae city,
assembled at the residence of Mi. Wilkin
son, Monday evening, to testify their es
teem for Miss Mamie Ford, who is on tho
eve of her departure for her home in Chi
cago. Miss Ford has been tilling a position
us teacher In the colored department of our
public school, for the year past, in which
position she succeeded in winning thu re
spect and confidence of all the patrons of
tho school as well as the approbation of her
employers. The event was ono of much
social enjoyment, and will long be remem
qcred by tiiosu who participated. Among
others present, were tho following: Misses
Augusta Adams, Lin Christy, Sarah Ross,
Olivia Bowers, Amanda Sanloid, Josephine
Kendriek, Rosa Lenox, May Wilkeison and
Kiln Starks. Gentlemen, Messrs. K. Taylor,
g. Hawkins, L. Williams, G. King, s.
Black, Henry Hayes, John Rogers, W.
Randolph. John Adams, I). Dixon Kd. Logan.
Try The Druggist's Sundries
FIVE CENT CIGrA.Il !
The most pleasing smoke for
DO NOT PAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a tine aromatic smoke
muni DDADTiir rrmr
illE rilVDUJML JIUA11
Strictly hand-made of the choicest selection of Havana Tobacco and superior in qual
ity to two-thirds of tho Cigars imported to this country.
A. SUSTGIK trial will, satisfy
The most fastidious taste of the merits of this Cigar.
SOLI) BY ALL FIRST-CLASS RETAIL DEALERS.
The alove brands are especially adopted to tine trade, and no dealer should be
SOLK AGENT FOIi CAIRO,
Call ami examine anil be convinced. II. MEYERS.
THE BRAXKLEY MIXES.
CHEATING GREAT EXCITEMENT STARTLING
NEWS FROM THERE TO-DAY ARICn VEIN
Of SILVER OllE 8THUCK.
From Hot Springs Daily Telegraph, June 31.
This morning remarkable news came in
from the Branklcy mines, only a few mihs
from the valley, which were to the effect
that a vein ot very rich silver ore had been
struck by the miners there this morning.
The message was sent in to Capt. John
Sproat, who is working the mines, and was
delivered to him at the depot just in time
to keep him from leaving fur the north.
Upon receiving this word from his foreman,
Mr Jos. Courtway, Capt. Sproat immediately
returned to the valley and securing a horse
and carriage rode out to the mines in great
haste. The entire valley is wild over the many
rumors connected with the above startling
news, and many of our citizens with num
erous visitors afe making hasty preparations
to go out and investigate this afternoon.
We await the result of their investigation
MRS. A. LOHR-RESOLUTIOSS OF RE
SPECT. At a regular meeting of the Ladies'
Society of the German Lutheran Church,
held June 2Ud. lS7f, the following pream
ble and resolutions were unanimously
Whereas, Our heavenly Father, the
great ruler of the universe, has seen fit to
call unto Him our much In-loved sister,
Catherine Lohr, and taking from our midst
one of our most earnest workers in our
society and strongest supports of our
church a sister devoted to the cause of
Christianity, scattering seeds of charity
with a willing hand to all; always loving
and kind and first to give a helping hand
to a sufferer, and although being herself
sorely burdened and afflicted for years, she
Ihjtc her affliction with a Christian forti
tude, never murmuring; but always looking
forward with a cheerful heart, and prepar
ing for the time when she could leave this
earthly tenement and enter the home above.
Aud desiring to show our esteem, love and
respect for our late sister, be it
Resolved, That the above preamble be
entered upon our records, und a copy here
of be sent to the bereaved husband and
Resolved, That our church remain
draped in mourning for thirty days, and
that the members of our society wear a
suitable badge of mourning for the same
Resolved, That these resolutions be
published in The Caiko Bci.letin and the
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC
. Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh ami Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
older. Mattresses ;nanufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing aud uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and win
cloth for screens.fo be made up in the latest
aud best style. Prices very low.
leu, If K Wholesale and Retail in
large or small t quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake lee in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or 'address
me through the post-office.
F. M. Waiid.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
Vj " " " Note Heads.
I " Linen Letter Heads.
2'.J " Linen Note Heads.
The iikht quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade,
fl j pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 nnd 111 pound Bill Heads-all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes nt St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing 1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at Tint
the money ever offered to the
well to try
llnree, harneM aud new tldi- bar top hugy.
Price of outfft, flT.'uii. Ala tecond lianj cpruia
vffon. Price JiMO. Apply to
LOl ls H. MYE11S. Grocer.
BUGUV AND HARNESS.
For ale, lni;e et of harneM and a n.-arly new
lde bar opeu busty. Apply at the llulhiln offlcc.
FOURTH OF JULY
St. Mary's Park,
Under Ihe aaplcc of
CAIRO JOCKY CLUR
5 HACKS o
Slnele mile dash. ure
Half mile dni-h. puri-e
J VI (I I
... r- no
Half mile dutb, Cairo nork horte. pume In f)
Mule race . lii in
Trtillliic race, mile heat. bet two Iu tlin-f. i'. i)
Ti n per c .-nt entrance lee to be added to the above
Pall Shoot inir Match.
FOR FIVE PRIZES
Shootlug to be under the management of F. S.
Kent. Eimj., of thla city.
Music, Dancing, and Grand IHsplay of
Firewoi kx iu Evening.
The Club etiar.'ititi'e a jood time to all Iu attend
mice, dood danciun floor and refreshment.
J EAT MARKET.
K0EHLER BROS., Proprietor,
Ccrner WachlnL'toti Avenue and Eltfht Mr. it and
Corner Eleventh and Wa-liln.toii Ave
A fnll and complete mrply of the be.t of nil
kinds meat always ou hand.
yt M. DAVIDSON,
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copner.
COOKING ,Sc HEATING-!
Tinware and Hollow ware of every
Heerwiirt'n old eUml.ou Eighth street.
.'AIKO, - IllinolH I
I too 11 nit unit Guttemitt n specialty. All kind '
of work skillfully aud promptly performed ami
prices made satisfactory.
5 CENT COUNTERS! !
TOTHB TRADE: The llnslest and most Haws:
fill inerelmntit of thednyiireslartliift Cent Coun
ters, A Irlnl will convlnc.B. We have the otilv two
exclusive 11 cent Jobblutf Houses In the U. tt.
CWNend for CutuloKiie and particulars.
utrriKii imoTirKiiH, .
oo A jej Knmlolph St.. Chlrhicaito.
Also H 'M Uhiuincy nt Ib-nton, Mas.
SMALL ix 10, ,J,
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