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P II. BRYANT, M. I).
OFFICK: Eighth and WaalilugUia Awnnn.
RK81DEXCK:-Corotr JUnateonth and Waste
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OWc 130 Commercial avenue. Residence corner
... i'oiwlueolb bU nd Washington avenue, Cairo.
y R. SMITH, M. D.
Office and Residence :
0. Jl THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL.
pit. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OrFin VX Commercial Avenue, between
Elijbth and Ninth Street
JR. W. C. JOCELYX,
OFKN'E Elghtk Street, near Commercial Areniie.
.VOTARY ri BUO.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow andoorphans' Mu
tnal Aid Soc Uitv.
J IXEGAU & LAXSDEN,
OFFICE No. IIS Commercial Aveoae.
I ENERAL DELIVERY open i:3U a. m.; closea
s:i D.m. : Mundav: 9 10 v a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes.
at ft p. m
Through Exoress Mailt via Illinois Central and
Mississippi Central Railroad) close at 12:) p. m.
Cairo aud Fopiar bluff Through and Way Mall
coeatli:30p. m. ...
Way Mail via Illinois Central. Cairo and In
rennea and Mlss.ssippl Central Railroads cloae at
Way Mail (or Narrow Gauge Railroad closet at S
Cairo ted Evansvllle River Ronte closet at 6:30
p. m. daiiy (eicept Friday).
R. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. B.
T1A1M AWUV1. TRAISS PBrART
Mail 4:0R a.m. I Mall S.lOa.m.
Express S:0U p.m. I Express 6:00 p.m.
CAIRO VINCENXES R. R.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Mornliiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
siomai Orri'-!. t
Crao. III., June as. IBTU. (
Time. Bar. Tber. Hum Wind. Vel Weailiei,
1:00 p.m SW.HS
Maximum Temperature, ni 9 j Minimum Tern-
W. H. RAY.
Serg't Signal Corns, I'. S. A.
The season for ague, chills, jaundice ami
malaria, has cmnu and with it the time to
put on and wear the "Holman Pad." It is
a certain preventive to all bilous, liver or
spleen 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 arc all buy
ing fresh ones of Pavi. (J. Scnni, ngent
for this summer wear, lie keeps them, new
and fresh and of all sizes.
THE VERY LATEST.
Persons desirous of supplying them-
selves with the latest novelty in the way of
iecorating the person, have now the op
portunity of procuring the genuine
WHITBY JET NECKLACES
the latest and "nobbiest'' ornament out.
To be procured of Taber Brothers only.
1 2S Commercial avenue.
ICE! ICR! 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. Jacob Ki.ek.
Tejc Cents Worth. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for S3 cento, or anything elso in
the tonjorial line, remember the place to
go to Is Henry Schick's, No. 143 Commer
Fishi.no tackle, Rous, bait, etc- wire
doth for screens, iee cream freezers, etc.,
ut bottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, and
Hardware of all descriptions. Dog collars,
iuMhwon, iv-voWers, Ttar.ors, Pocket
Knives, ailver plated , knives, foV.s and
spoons, lainpH and lar.ip fixtures and a
thousand of other articles at C. W. Hen-
i. . i
:rwu, commercial avenue, corner
Rkhidknck For Sale. At the hour of f
o'eloek p. m. on the 3lth instant, IJwill sell
t public auction, on the premises, lot 24
nun souui nun ui 3U, hi. iJ3, corner of
I'oplar and Thirty-fourth streets,and all im
provewontrs thereon. The buildinir ia &
good two story frame In complete order, with
datum, outliouscs. etc. Terms made known
on Uay ol sale, halo positive mid without
rmirvo. Komi-no Siunnkwy.
. Tiios. Wintkii, auctioneer.
Ekyri.oi'H printed at theBru.n tK olllce,
$1.00 per M. Envelops furnished at Ht
Lout wholesale List prices for the next HO
. GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
''Hydraulic cement" as a coating for a
iliinglo roof is not a success.
. The royal car of tho Illinois Central
railroad wa in Cairo yesterday.
Miss Sallie Rowley, of Metropolis, is
in the city, visiting the family of Mr.
Mrs. C. M. Howe and son left the city,
yesterday, for a summer's sojourn in Osh
- The locomotives loaned by the I. C to
the I. M. road eo over and will remain in
charge of their usual crews.
The news from Sproat's silver mines
caused quite a sensation in the city yester
day. Further information is awaited with
Mrs. Mattic Story, of Santa Fe pre
cinct, in this county, died, last Wednesday,
in child bed. Mrs. Story was, we believe,
a daughter of the late Green Massey.
.lust ice Coming was engaged all day
yesterday, again, in taking depositions in
the CunditT divorce case,. No facts of
especial consequence were drawn out.
The old force of dog-catchers having
become capitalists, have perceptibly re-
I laxed their etforts. For that reason Chief
La Hue will put a new forc?e on duty this
There was a rousing crowd in attend
ance at Robinson's circus, - last night, and
Old Dan displayed much of the spirit of
other days. He kept the crowd in a con
Minnie Glover, the frail creature whose
name became conspicous in connection
with an attempt to enforce quarantine, last
summer, died, on Tuesday last, in the city
of St. Louis.
A free hack will leave the corner of
Eighth and Commercial, at half-past 2
o'clock this afternoon, to convey persons to
Thirty-fourth street, who may desire to at
tend the sale of Ed. Shannessy's residence.
Bear this in mind.
Collector Hodges, in the sale of delin
quent town lots, can be no respecter of per
sons, lie nas som tne property oi several
prominent citizens, and can't promise that
'he'll do so no more," for he must sell every
lot upon which the taxes are not paid, and
that right speedily.
Ed. Shannessy's dwelling house, corner
of Poplar and Thirty fourth si.-eet, will be
sold at auction, to the Inchest bidder, at
at 3 o'clock tins afternoon. This is, per
haps, one of the best opportunities for se
curing a eomlortable home, lor a small
amount of money, that will be offered dur
ing the season.
Morion C. Wright, the general sujRrin-
tendent of Halliday's salt works, coal
mini's, farms, store and grain trade at St.
Jonns, was in the city yesterday. It is not
paying Marion an undeserved compliment
to say that he looks after more business and
keeps it better in hamt than any other man
in Southern Illinois.
The Cairo excursionists were warmly
received at Cape Girardeau, the citizens
there turning out and giving them a public
assurance of welcome. It was 4 o'clock
the Cape, and halt-past 10 when is returned
to Csirs. Everybody expressed himself, or
herself, delighted with the trip and very
grateful to the clever people of Cape Girar
deau. M. James Hayde, traveling agent for
the house of Halliday Bro's has just re
turned from a thorough tour of Central
Illinois, and speaks in enthusiastic terms
of the crops just harvested. The yield of
wheat is believed to l far greater than
ever before known. The crop has met no
set back from drought, storms, rust or any
Quite a number of Miss Mamie Tay
lor's young friends, male and female, join
ed, Tuesday night, in the celebration of
Miss Mamie's eighteenth birthday. It was
a very pleasant re-union, and one that must
have been most gratifying to Miss Taylor,
since it assured her of the respect and
friendship of those among whom she has
lived all her life.
The sidewalk, or rather the want of
one, on the cast side of Commercial from
Vincent's new bulldiug to Tenth street, is a
source of almost constant complaint. At
some points there is no pretcnse.ot a walk,
at others the way is cluttered up and ob
structed, and along the whole distance
there is not twenty feet of good walk. That
the property owners are not making a fuss,
is duo to the fact that manv of them are
Instead of a street parade, as a means
of advertising, or the, use of placarded
band wagon rilled with red-coated horn
blowers, the James Robinson circus sent
around loud-mouthed criers, w ho std upon
the street corners bellowed out the time and
place of the show and elaborated upon the
astonishing horsmanship, ground and lofty
iiimoiing, gymnastic ami atmctic exercises
a t . .ai.
that rendered it the champion show on the
road. It was a novel method, cheap, and
seemed to bd effective.
The Knights of Honor assembled in
their hall, Tuesday night, and held an elec
tion for officers for the ensuing six months.
The result is given below : Dictator, P. W.
11. . I t.-!.. 1 .... .. .....
jmrciny, v leu ine.iaior, .III r, iMlller;
Assistant Dictator, James A. Phillis; R(.
porter, Win, H. Axe; Financial Reporter,
Alex. o. Uoyao; Treasure, Cha's Pink;
Chaplain, C. U. 8. Pennelmkerj Guide,
Mat. P. Fulton; Guardian, J. G. Arrington;
THE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN ; THURSDAY MOKMNG, JUNK 26. 1879.
Sentinel, Cha's Edecker; Medical Exam
iner, Dr. J. H. Bryant. Tho Past Dictators
are 'Dr. C. W. Dunning and Capt. W. M.
A white woman in the vicinity of tho
circus tent, yesterday afternoon, was engag
ed in animated conversation with a man,
when somo ono struck her a violent blow
in tho face, blacking ono of her eyes.
Whether the man with whom she was talk
ing or somebody else struck the blow, is not
positively known. Tho woman Inquiring
for an officer, left the ground.
It was a lank, snarling yellow dog,
and for four mortal hours a twelve year old
colored boy pursued it, in tho expectation
of realizing the price, of a show ticket.
Here, there and everywhere that hateful
brute led that hopeful and persevering boy,
until the afternoon show was nearly over.
jrling a brick at tho contraband
canine, that heart-uronon lau covered ins
face with his hands, and bursted into tears.
His heart, as we have observed, was bro
If the localizer of the daily press
could sco all the occurrences of which, as a
notcr-dowa of passing events ho is com
pelled to speak, he might, even then differ
with other witnesses of the same facts.
Forced, as a rule, however, to receive his
information second-handed,' absolute accur
racy is an impossibility. The local columns
of a daily paper are but a record of what
the reporter sees and hears. If he falls to
see aright, or is misinformed, the succeed
ing pnper is very apt to betray the fact.
Our railcoads that serve as feeders to
one another, are very clever neighbors. The
St Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern road
having reduced the width of its gauge, was
without engines to correspond. The Illinois
Central, being well supplied in that regard,
placed ten of her eDgines at the service of
the I. M., and the last one will be sent over
Friday. The C. & V. has exhibited a like
neighborly disposition. The track of the
I. M. will be finished to the new gauge as
far out as Poplar Bluffs, Mo., to-day.
At the last term of our Circuit Court,
Houston, a colored girl altout 1 6 years of
age, was committed to jail for the period of
thirts days and sentenced to pay a tine of
$25 and costs. As the term of imprison
ment has expired, and as the prisoner is in
a condition that threatens to render the law
responsible for the imprisonment of an en
tirely innocent individval of very tender
years, her attorneys have made application
for her release. Emma is another of those
"unmarried unfortunates" of whom Modes
George Gillem came over from Ken
tucky, yesterday, and effecting purchases of
shoes, etc., loaded up with cheap whisky.
It was a very natural consequence for
George to become boisterous; but the vio
lence in which he indulged is said to have
been a new development in him. He had just
been quieted by one of the police
men when one of his acquaintances drove
by in a wagon. This aquaintence Gillem
assailed very rudely, and persisted in his
assault, until the acquaintance felt con
strained to seize a chair standing in the
wagon, and give the belligerent fellow sev
eral telling blows with it. Both jiurties
were arrested, but through the representa
tions of citizens who saw the whole affair'
only Gillem was held, the other being re
leased. After hearing the testimony
Squire Robinson lined Gillem $5 and costs,
and, in default of payment committed him
Among the hundreds of persons who
have paid the penalty of their misdeeds by
imprisonment in the city jail, scores have
left, in pencil marks uion the walls, the
proof of their genius. The verse-maker and
song writer have been there, and left in
black upon the white-washed logs very
creditable evidence of the possession of a
touch at least of the poetic fire. Men skilled
as draftsmen, as picture makers have, beea
there also; and the gunbout and country
home, drawn out in careful aud studious
detail, speak of the exercise of considerable
skill and tireless pi severance. That the
blackguard 'and beast the man of grovel
ing instincts and terribly depraved nature,
have all been there, the contents of the wall
furnishsufficient testimony, For the man who
has a relish for mixed literature and varied
specimens of art as developed in low life,
the walls of the city prison is not an unin
teresting record for an hour's study.
A colored individual named Payne, is
lomiciled with his wife Florence, on
Foitrth street. Payne is one of the men
who believe in subjecting tho wife to the
will of the husband that, if the woman
would know anything she should ask her
lord and master. About 10 o'clock Flor
ence exhibited some money, Mr, I'uyno
demanded to know where she obtained it,
and being informed by the better hulf that
"she mmle it while he was gone," m ro
fused to accept the answer as satisfactory.
He commanded her to give details. She
ret used, and gathering a pitcher, started
out for a supply of.bcer. Payne took tho
pitcher away from her. She secured po
sesion of tin1 vessel a second time mid start
ed for the saloon; but Payne overhauled
her on the sidewalk, wrested the pitcher
Irom her hands and gave her wlmt he de
nominated a "brisk smacking." Florence
sued, Payne was amazed. The i,eH that
when a woman limn t no rigiit, t.
band mustn't smack her, was a n(,w onCi
He never in all bis born davs lived jn ,iny
place before, where the law wouldn't allow
la man to wollop his wife when he thought
! sho needed it! Why, what wm:, t!io
wives be worth when yoa toll them their
husbands darsent trounco 'em.l They'll go
to badness, sir, that'll bo tho end of 'em;
and with a sigh for tho days when tho
man was the lord and tho wife tho slave,
Mn Payne gave way to deep and prolonged
cogitation; but ho never found out how
Florence mado tho money.
James Madison Johnson, tho colored
man who was originally detained ' as tho
supposed cattle thief who had eluded tho
officers of Frcdrickstown, , Missouri, was
brought beforo Squire Robinson, yesterday,
to answer for carrying concealed about his L
person, a revolver and a razor. James is
either very thick-skulled, or feigned to be ;
and if he told the truth his road is rather
a rough one to travel. He denies that he is
a thief or that he is wanted in Missouri to
answer for larceny ; and insists that instead
of being a thief that he is the victim of
thieves; that he came here with tho view of
going on by railroad; but some rascallion,
cutting his money out of his pocket, rob
bed of him of means to go on. But, in
the face of all this, James came into the
city, prepared to commit murder, doubly
armed, and carrying a countenance that is
not, at first sight, or at any other time, very
well calculated to inspire confidence in his
docility or amiability. The Squire, in view
of all -the circumstances, fined Mr. James
Madison Johnson the sum of $2,1 and costs
and, in default of payment, sent him over
to the keeping Patsy Mahoney.
We referred in Monday's issue, to the
arrest of a man named Kilgore, who had
been working for Joe Dupoyster, and gave,
as we received them, the details of the
murder in which Kilgore was was particeps
crimes. We have since learned Wilford
Kilgore, a man 03 years old and his two
sons were all concerned in the perpetration
ot the crime, that the old man and his son
William were arrested, but that the other
son effected his escape. The murder w as
committed in Webster county, Kentucky,
aljout three years ajjo, the Kilgores being
tenants of the murdered man, whose name
was T. B. Randolph. The Kilgores refused
to pay a balance of $)0 due on rent, and
Randolph levied upon their tobacco. This
angered the Kilgores, and William arming
himself with a ride repaired to the field
w here Randolph was engaged, and shot
him dead. They then fled the country, aid
have been living together in Ballard county
ever since. It is believed that the fugitive
was in Cairo at the time, the Webster
county officers arrived with his father and
brother under arrest. From here it is con
jectured that he made his way up the line
of the Illinois Central, and that he is now
employed on some farm not a hundred
miles from this city.
For several days pact a heavy-set indi
vidual of foreign airs and asiect has been
seen loafing about the city, now and then
in odd and out-of-the-way places for a
stranger, untiVfinally he excited suspicion
of the police that he was essentially crooked.
Making his appearance in the neighbor
hood of Head Quarters yesterday, he was
interviewed, with the view of determining
who he was and what he wanted. Hebe-
came highly indignant had been outraged
in his person, his rights had been shame
fully invaded, and he would prosecute the
officers to the utmost limit of the law. To
initiate the proper proceedings he startid
out on a hunt for a lawyer; but soon chang
ing his mind returned to the starting point,
and proposed to compromise the matter fix
ten dollars. Very strangely the officers
present didn't accept the proposition on
the contiary, they "piled insult on indig
nity," by telling the consequential stranger
that he was a fraud, that they had him
"spotted," and that the only assurance he
could have that he would not
b: called upon to sample prison-fare,
would be to put himself, and that right
speedily, beyond the limits ot the corpora
tion. The consequential individual was
dumfounded; he had never been talked to
that way in all his life! and a probability
exists that he has betaken himself to com
munition where the tine sensibilities of
royal minded loafers will be respected.
Ik your tongue is coated or if you have
bad breath take adosoof Dr. Bull's Balti
more Pills. .
DIXON SPRINGS, ILLS,
These springs will be opened June 10th
under the management of the new proprie
tors, who would respectfully announce that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages and new, large and
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
beding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
arc 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 suppliedVith an abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strictest attention to the comfort ot
guests is guranteed all for the small sum
of $H per week. Special rates to families.
J. R. Brown ii Co., Proprietors.
IC'H, ICK WllOl.KHALK AM) RETAIL in
largo or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lako lee in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leavo orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargi'iinls, on Eighth street, or address
mo through the post-ollleo.
F. M. Waiio.
flrKunv Why will men smoke common
tobacco when tliey can buy Marburg llru.'s
Seal of North Carolina" at the samef
Try The Druggist's SundrieJ
CENT C)IG A E ! ! I
The most pleasing smoke for the money ever offered to the
DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a tine aromatic smoke
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. SLNGLK TRIAL WIXL 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 tine trade, and no dealer should be
SOLK AGENT FOR CAIKO,
Call and examine and be convinced. II. MEYERS.
AT THE I'LAXTEIIS' HOUSE.
Edward Moore. Ella Moore, Bloomfield ;
Robt. Wade, Charleston, Mo; A. Wise, St.
Louis; Chas. W. Hemp, Fort Worth, Tex.;
W. H. Sherman, Charleston; Phil. Crocker,
St. Louis; J. C. Willis, Metropolis; H. C.
Reinker, Louisville; James Hayde. City;
Wm. C. Gray and wife, Lisbon, Pa.; John
Harvey and wife, Wattcrtown, Miss.; Sam.
Morgan, Forman, 111.; P. II. McGrath, St.
Louis; J. G. Garrick, Helena, Ark.; C. H.
Ward, St. Louis; P. Souther ! and wife,
Piedmont, Mo.; P. Villiamson, Phila.;
E. I). Miller, Holly Springs, Miss.; J. W.
Strong, Milwaukee; W. D. Jones, St. Louis.
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also 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 nupply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screens.to be made up in the latest
ami best style. Prices very low.
Notice. to am. whom it may tosckkx:
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. B rnsF.TT.
Kisdkkd Evils It is well know that a
relationship exists between piles, constipa
tion, kidney diseases and liver troubles.
In Kidney-Wort we have a remedy that
acts on the general system and restores
health by gently aiding nature's internal
processes. Druggists deep it.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
" " Note Heads.
Linen Letter Heads.
Linen Note Heads.
The iikst quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
5 pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 10 pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at The
No eloquent tongue or pen is needed to
commend Coussens' Lightning Liniment to
an appreciative public, as a cure for Rheu
matism, Lain e .iacic, Neuralgia, Bruises,
Sprains, Corns and Bunions. It is also un
equaled as a remedy for the ills that com
monly atllict horses, such as Spavin, Ring
I Kino, Galls, Scratches, etc. Warts and
Knots, being easily removed by its use.
Try Coussens' Lightning Liniment, and you
will want no other. Prico 50 cents a Imttlc,
For sale by Barclay Bros.
Dkau Bkm. Our commencement ex
ercises arc over. I have received my di
ploma, and am now ready to enter w ith zest
into the pleasures of gay society. Attired
becomingly in a pure w hite robe, such as
angels might love to wear, I took a prom
inent part in the musical exercises in the
evening. Although I had contracted a
severe cold a few days before, I was en
abled by the use of Coussens' Honey of
Tar, the best remedy in the world for
coughs, colds, and 'all diseases of tho
throu and lungs, to sing so well that I
completely enraptured it large audience.
Tell uncle John that the use of that valua
blecompoitiiil, Coiissen's Honey of Tar,
will cure hls-cough. It is only 50 cents n
bottle, and can be bought at Barclay Bro's.
drug store. Yours in haste,
Bad Bmhiii A serious eineuto occurred
recently between two homy handed sons of
toil, which resulted In a broken rm for
Smith and a cracked rib for Jackson. For
bad blood there is nothing equal to Rossad
ails, tho great Southern remedy which
drives out all impurities like inagic. i
well to try
BL'OGY AND IIAKNESS
Kor sale, slnirle set of harness and a m arly new
siiiu bar ope u baggy. Apply at the Hull, tin office.
FOURTH OK JULY
St. Mary's Pa uk, '
Under the auplces of
CAIRO JOCKY CLUR
5 RACES 5
Sinc!e Dulf dufb. pure
nan mi.e uanD, pure
lliif niiledai'h, C
Jlro work tofTi-s, punc.
Truttluif raci ml'.e heats, lint two In ttirt-e
li'n per crnt rctni.ee fee lo hv addrd lo the ilov
iilass Ball Shooting Match.
V)H FIVE PHIZES
Shooting to be under tlr manaffement of P. S.
Kent, Esq.. of this city.
Music, Dancing, and firuud Iiispliiy of
Fireworks in Evening.
The Club puarautre a good time to all In attend
ance. Oood dancing floor and refreshments.
Hoom and lioard, fi.00 and flOO per Day
Lath-rooms and I'arlors extra.
All Modern Improvements
GILM01K A SONS, Proprietors.
KOEHLER BROS., Proprietors,
Corner Wishlnirtiin Avi nne and Eljjht (Street and
Corner Klcvecth and W-hiliL'toti Avu.
A fall and complete supply of the h-st of all
kinds meat always un haud.
STOVES AND TIN'WAKK.
yt M. DAVIDSON,
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKINQ & IIEATINO
Tinware and Hollow ware of every
Ileerwart's old stand.on Elahth street.
Hoollnu and (Jutleriiig n specially . All kind
of work skillfully and promptly performed mid
irK'cs made satisfactory,
5 CENT COUNTERS! I
TO.TMK TKADK: The lluslvst and most Sumss
ml miTelmnts of the day Hru stsrtliiu h Cent Coun
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