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II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Bluhita and Washington Avenue.
KK8IDKNCE: Corner Nineteenth and Wah-
y II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Pbysidan and Surgeon.
Offlc VH Commercial avenue. Roildene corner
Fourteenth bt and Washington avenuu, Clro.
yy R. SMITH, M. D.
Otic and Rrtldenr :
SO. 81 THIRTEKNTU STREET. CAIRO. ILL.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omci-No. ltt Commercial Avenue, between
Elchlh and Ninth Street
jyx. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFK E-Eiehlk Street, near Commercial Arcane.
Xotary Publie and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow' and Oorpnac' Mu
tual Aid Sivietv
JTCEGAK & LAN5DEN,
OFFICE No. H3 Commercial Avenue.
ENERAL DELIVERY open .:) a. m.
p.m.; Minaay: b 10 a. m.
Money Order Department open at B a. m.
Through BipreM Malli via IllinoU Central and
JJIfwlMippl tmMl Railroad cloe at 12:p. m
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and w ay Mail
Way Mall via Illlnolt Central. Cairo and Mn
eennea and MlM.Mippl Central Railroad dote at
Way MaU lor Narrow Gauge Railroad cloei at 8
Cairo and EvanvU!e Rifer Roate cloe at 8 JO
p. m. daiiy (except Friday).
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
THAIS ARWVS. TJUIKI DEPART
Wail : a.m. 1 Mall atlOa.m
Exprc....'....2:pm. Expreit H:tjOp.m
CAIRO ft VISCENNES R. R-
Mali 10:00 D.m. I Mall ....4:45 a.m.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. It.
Epre. 5:10 p.m. I Expre 8:45 a. m
Accom'datlon. 10:45 p.m. I Accom'datlon. li:p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND SEW ORLEANS R.R
Mall 5:n m. I Mall.... 5:a.m.
C. A. t T. RAILROAD-
Texaa expren...2:a.ra. Texa vxprer SflSpm.
Arcoinmodat n. .H::fi a.m. I
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morninff Daily in Southern Illinois.
MUX At Of Fire. I
Cairo, 111.. June as. 1U7H. I
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum
Wind. Vtl WeatheJ.
:j:M " Su07
Maximum Temperature. Minimum Tern
pcratnre, 71 e; Rainfall, 0.01 inch.
W. II. HAV.
Strit't Sl.'iml Votuf, V. S. A.
DIX0.V SPRINGS. ILLS.
These Bprin will lie optned June 1 Oth
under the nianagcmtnt of the new proriu
tore, who would respectfully announce tlmt
tl:y have been thoroughly rcphired. Over
thirty new cottages and new, litrge and
capacious dining rooms have Uen huilt,
furnished entirely witli new furniture, new
boding, spring muttresses, etr. Tliu springs
arc situated in a t.igli and healthy locality,
surrounded ny mtgnificent scenery; and
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
are too well known to need any comment
Thev are supplied with an abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at Bummer p.-sorts. The in-st of fare
and strictest attention to the comfort ot
guests is guranteed all for the small sum
of fS per week. 8iecial rates to families.
J. R. Biuiwn ii Co., Proprietors.
May 25th, 179
The season for ague, chills, jaundice and
malaria, has come 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, ami the buyers are all buy
ing fresh ones of Paul O. Saini, agent
for this summer wear. He 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
decorating the person, have now the op
portunity of prorurinu the genuine
WHITBY JET NECKLACES
the latest and "nobbiest" ornament out.
To be procured of Taber Brothers only.
12H Commercial avenue.
Fihiiino tackle, Roiw, bait, etc., wire
cloth for screens, ice cream freezers, etc.,
at liottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, and
Hardware of all descriptions. Pog collars,
Refrigerators, Revolvers, Razors, Pocket
Knives, silver plutcd knives, forks and
spoons, lamps wW tiUp .fixtures and a
thousand of other articles at ('. W. Hen
derson's, Commercial avenue, rorm.r
ICE! ICE! ICR!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season. Ofllee,
Eighth Htrcct, between Commercial nnd
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol's
grocery story. Jacoii Ki.kk
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Mr. C. Kirkpatrick, of Anns, was in
the city, yesterday, and called on The
Miss Jennie McKcnzie and Mis
Swift, of Metropolis, were in the city yes
terday, visiting friends.
Johnny Gamble, son of J. P. Gamble,
he of the old Cairn wagon works, is in the
city, mingling among his friend.
Ceilar Chests large enough to hold all
your furs and woolens, manufactured from
pure Tennessee red cedar by Lancaster &
Not a single offender was brought to
account for his misdeeds in the police court,
yesterday. It was a day of uninterrupted
The Maytield Water Elevator, sold by
Lancaster & Rice, is guaranteed to give
satisfaction and should lie in every cistern
in the city.
One of our compositors was on the
sick list yesterday, which fact added to a
very dull local market, notably affects this
Judge Green and wife are in attendance
upon the commencement exercises of the
Normal school, his sons Duff and Reed be
ing pupils of that institution.
R. W. S. Wheatley, of DuQuoin, local
attorney of the Illinois Central railroad
company, was in the city yesterday. He
left for home by the night train.
A grain barge, finished with two masts,
was moored Mow wharf-boat No. 2, yester
day. It is said to resemble, in its construct-
ure, the grain barges below New Or
Dr. Arter was resting comparatively
i wtr t .l it
easy, yesterday, ne naa siepi wen me
night before, took some nourishment dur
ing the day, and was, comparatively, free
Mrs John Quinn, who lives in the up
per part of the city, celebrated St. John's
day by presenting to her husband a bounc
ing twclve-iound loy. Both mother and
child are doing well.
The steamer Golden Crown took the
narrow gauge engine in tow yesterday, and
will deliver it as directed. The Crown also
had in tow the grain lighter or barge, to
which we make reference elsewhere.
Mr. H. Houpt, late of this city, has lo
cated in Birmingham, Alabama, a seven
year old town ot alwut four thousand in
habitants. He hus resumed business is a
small way, determined, as he expresses
it "to pick flint and try aj;ain."
The work of getting together all the
Cairo people know about the facts involved
in the Cundiff-Cundiff divorce suit, is cer
tainly tedious, if not laborious. Justice
Comings devoted the greater part of yes
terday t the taking down of testimony.
Two members of the graduating class
of '79 have failed to hand in the MSS. of
their essays. If it is their purpose to have
them published, there should be no further
delay. It was our desire to group the es
says all together in two issues oi our
"A. Thing"' is named as the Cobdcn
manager ot tne Anna imu. liut H giriB
shall regard him "A Tiling of beauty," etc.,
there is no good reason why old Cairo
codgers should kick up a rumpus. What's
in a name, anyhow? "A rose by any other
Mrs. Fred. Gilbert left the city Wed
nesday, to spend the heated term with her
mother, Mrs. Barry, in the city of Chicago.
Mrs. B. has purchased an elegant home, we
hear, in close proximity to Lincoln park,
which, for residence property, is the most
desirable locality in the city.
It is said that Dan Rice didn't Ml the
story about giving Father McCabe $1,H00 in
gold to start a Cairo Sunday School. When
Dsn first let the secnt out he fixed the
amount at f S0O. But as the donation was
made over twenty-five years ago we take it
that Dan is simply adding interest.
Mr.. I. P. Gamble, formerly of this
city, Is now connected with a wagon iiiiinu
factory that is saiM to turn out a wagon
every 27 minutes. Having as is alleged,
turned out 7,000 this year, it follows that
the work goes on night and day. Such
r -suit couldn't be achieved otherwise.
At the enu ot twelve months our
wooden sidewalks legin to get out of shape
and to present an ugly surface to travel
over. A year's time serves to make cinder
walks more smoothc nnd compact. Where
fore we insist, as we always have insisted,
that lxmrds should not be used where cin
dera or brick can be substituted.
The remains of Mr. Michael Higginr,
who died Tuesday evening, will be tHken
from his residence on Twenty-seventh
street to-duy at 1 o'clock to St. Patrick's
church.and thence conveyed to Villa Ridge
by a special train, which will leave the foot
of Eighth street at U o'clock. Friends am
acquaintances are invited to attend.
ul. lvery seems to linve been doing
yeoman service in Perry nnd adjoining
counties, in advancing the cause of tern
iterance. The Du Quoin Tribune speaks
in hiiihly comnllmentarv terms of his
work in Du Quoin; Hnd a Du Quoin cor
respondent of the St, Lmis Republican
ways ho is the most eloquent and effective
temperance orator tlmt ever visited that
section o:' country; ami ml. Is Unit "when
the time romes for the people to reward her
deserving cltiens, it will be a great mis
tike to overlook Col, Lowery." If this rt
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY'-MOK&IKtf. JUNE
mark mean anything, it means that Low
rrv is vcrv desirable timlwr for the make
un of nn acceptable public servant. We
say amen to that arguing, of course, that
the Colonel, being a man of brains, joor
and honest, can be nothing else but a Dem
The double-sheet printed by The Bul
letin for the Cairo Jockey Club, did not
by any means test the capacity of tic office
for large poster printing. We pride our
selves that no demand for job work can
arise in the ordinary course of affairs
aiuon': our people, that we cannot con
veniently, promptly and cheaply supply.
The Robinson circus paid one hundred
dollars for transportation to Vienna. While
such establishments gather in a considera
ble sum of money every day, their expenses
are enormous. A week of continued wet
weather weather that keeps show goers at
home usually brings bankruptcy, unless
the proprietor is well in hand in money
A colored woman was forcibly ejected
from an up town tenement house, yester
day, because of the non-payment of rent.
She had fed her landlord so long on empty
promises, that he It.t driven' to extreme
measures. She was greatly outraged, of
course, although she had occupied the
building many months without paying a
cent for the privilege.
The Union City News says that Dr.
Holden continues to be a severe sufferer
from his cancer. John Moyer, a nephew
of Dr. Arter, also at Jonesboro, has been at
the point of death from the same terrible
affliction, for several years. His face pre
sents a most revolting spectacle, and the
poor fellow is said to be suffering the tor
tures of the damned.
The town of Anna now boasts a semi
weekly newspaper. It is called the "Union
County News." The outside pages are well
filled with local and neighborhood news;
the inside is' patent. We have not a copy
of the paper at hand, and cannot, therefore,
give the names of the publishers. It is a
sprightly, newsy little sheet, and should lie
It is estimated that the Robinson cir
cus, and its accomplices, took five hundred
dollars cash out of Cairo. Had it been a
fifty cent show the amount would have been
at least three hundred dollars greater. But
really, the people are none the poorer for it.
A good hearty laugh, and two hours forget
fulness of one's self and the rugged road of
life, is worth a quarter of any man's money.
The Macomb Eagle learned but re
cently of the death of Colonel Watkins. It
speaks of the Colonel as "one of the ablest
and most useful members of the Thirtieth
General Assembly; as a pure patriot, an
unflinching Democrat and an honest man
whose death will be deeply lamented by
hosts of friends in all parts of Illinois."
This tribute comes a little late: but it is
deserved, every word of it.
The following gentlemen were elected,
Wednesday night, to serve as officers of the
Cairo Caino during the ensuing year, viz:
Herman .Meyers, President; John Kohler,
Vice President; Phillip Heim, Secretary;
II. linesman, Cor. Secretary; H. Hasenja
ger, Treasurer; Board of Directors, Jacob
Goldstine, L. Herbert, II. Driesman. The
Casino is said to be in a very flourishing
condition, financially, socially and other
At the celebration in the park on the
fourth prox., the Declaration ot Inde
pendence will be read by a handsome and
accomplished young lady. This, and a
brief oration, will constitute all the "con
finement" the crowd will be subjected to
luring the day, The promise is that the
celebration will be the most interesting one
ever held in Cairo. People abroad can
reach the city at reduced rates, as arrange
ments to that end will be perfected.
Collector Hodge' big collection ot
taxes, this year, will enable the commis
sioners to "tide over'' the cominL' six
months quite comfortably. With all the
oflices except that of Treasurer and Coroner
self-sustaining, and th; general expenses
cut down to the lowest notch, the annual
levy of 75 cents will keep t). ;turi ty ma
chinery in constant motion, and permit of
small expenditures on roads and bridges.
To do this, however, the commissioners
must have the use of all the revenue they
Mr. Oberly is posted for a Fourth of
July oration in Mt. Vernon Mr. Linegur
has accepted an invitation extended to him
by the citizens of Jonesboro, arid lesser
lights among our Cairo talkers will proba
bly distribute eagle talk, ek-where. The
people of Cairn, very happily, will be spar
ed a like infliction talking, as we under
stand it, not being a prominent feature of
our celebration. The declaration will be read
and a brief oration delivered, and then the
balance ot the day will be devoted to fun,
recreation and rational amusement.
The sale of delinquent lainl, and town
lots continues to attract eager buyers, and
the probabilities are that all the property
offered that is worth taxes and costs charged
against it, will find ready purchasers. The
law that goes into effect the 1st of July,
makes a tux title one (,f the
best titles a man can obtain to
real estate. It was tin purpose of the
law makers to make a man pay his taxes,
or to take his property away from him; and
the individual who is lulled tutu security
by the thought that he can a
title" on his property if anybody )mt ob
tain one, will find that he harUred an ex
pensive delusion. Hence, those who can
do so, should pay their taxea without an
other day', delay. Thoso who cannot pay
raustniako up their minds tomffer the
heavy penalty and costs.
We have received the initial number
of "The Charleston Sentinel." It is edited
and published by J. W. Dunifer, and is a
very readable paper. Dunifer is a good
writer, devotes much space to local matter,
and undoubtedly furnishes the best weekly
ever published in Charleston. He deserves
to Ik? liberally patronired, as well by Cairo
merchants who may wish to extend their
trade in Mississippi county, as by his own
people. The Bulletin certainly wishes
Mr. Robert P. Potter, of Chicago, has
placed at our disposal a column review of
his twenty-five page article in the Prince
ton Review, that deals with the indebted
ness of our towns and cities. As the arti
cle seems to deal exclusively with dry facts
and figures involved in a showing of the
indebtedness, and makes no suggestions
by the adoption of which the burdens may
lc lessened, it is no difficult matter to
find our space entirely too limited to al
low the publication of the review, or any
portion of it. It is about the ;lryest read
ing matter we ever tackled.
To-night is the regular meeting night
of the Temperance Reform club. Although
no prominent names have been made pub
lie in connection with addresses, it is sate
to assume that all who attend will be
handsomely entertained. It has generally
occurred that the "trust to luck" meetings
of the club have been the most interesting
ever held. They bring out home talent;
and although the quantity of verbal prov
ender thus secured is not large, it generally
proves to be well spiced with variety, and
pitted all through with wit and humor.
Quite a number of Cairo families will
spend the licit season abroad. Where, on
the continent of America, any one will
find a more delightful temperature than
that which has ruled in Cairo thus far,
would be difficult, indeed, to say. With
an average below SO degrees Fahrenheit, it
is utterly upossible that anybody can have
suffered frjni the heat. It is not likely,
however, that such a low temperature will
continue much longer; but sufficient unto
the day is the evil thereof, which being in
terpreted.means that it will be time enough
to hunt summer quarters when something
can be gained by the change.
The average collection of revenue of
all descriptions, in Alexander county, has,
for several years, leen alnmt $05,000. The
county tax has averaged about $14K).
This year Sheriff Hodges will make a very
close collection, anil will report probably
$75,000 or $30,000. He is getting in a
large amount of forfeited taxes, and is
selling more delinquent property than has
been sold at any tax sale during the ten
year3 past. Tho result will be a payment
into the county treasury in redeemed or
ders and cash, the sum of from $10,000 to
$11,000--which will be the largest amount
reported since 1873.
A burglar was frustrated ami a bnr-
glary prevented about -i o'clock yesterday
morning, by the wakefulness of the resi
dents in the vicinity of Mr. Stuart's store,
which is supposed to Ik; the "crib" the r fis
cal intended to crack. A portion of the
glass was removed from the rear door to
Mr. Seltzer's jewelry store, and it is sup
posed that the burglar had entered the rear
room with a view of continuing operations,
when he was scared away. Dr. Leach lut
ing awakened hurried to the point from
which he had received intimations of the
burglar's presence, but was a minute or
two too late. The house-breaker had made
The homotive r.n the flat, moored at
the head of wharf-boat No. 2 yesterday,
was of the narrow-gauge pattern, and is en
route south for service on the Natchez,
Jackson and Columbus road in the State of
Mississippi. And speaking of narrow
gauge railroads, experience seems to prove
that they answer all the ends that can be
achieved by the broader gauge roads, cost
le-s and are maintained and operated at nn
expense fully thirty-three per cent. less.
This is tlfe testimony of the operators of the
narrow-gauges in the territories, especially,
and as it is not gains lid by our nuthoritii s
on railroad economy, it is somewhat sur
prising that popular prejudice against such
roads is so unrelenting.
Our levee readers will remember the
excursion from New Madrid, a week or ten
days ago, given by the steamer Nashville.
The members of the New Madrid rtnr
brass band accompanied the excursion party
(which consisted chiefly of themselves) and
furnished brass and string music free of
charge. The Nashville's trip to Cairo was
all right. The band boys offer no com
plaint on that score; but it was on the close
of the sixth day out, that the boat reached
New Madrid on her return! In that fact
the boys found both room and occasion for
swearing. They were assured that they
would be brought home the next day; but
those who remained or board were kept
away from home nearly a week. Six of the
members wouldn't submit to the delay, and
gaining the shore, returned home on foot,
the most foot-sore nnd deeply angered and
outraged half dozen young men that evir
entered New Madrid. Ami now flint tic
lKys have had time to think the matter
over, they have resolved hi show their re
Mentrnent, and declare that the Nushvil'c
nhall feel 'it in th withdrawal of pn.
mnge. .vs u is nor promise t: at the bo..t
ril-miwr fPlA llim AAiifN"-'fN C! I1 11 I VI AO
FIVE CENT CIGAR !
The most pleasing smoke for
DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a fine aromatic smoke
will do wen to try
THE PROBLEM CIGAE,
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 SIXGIK TRiAL WILL SATISFY
The most fastidious taste of the merits of this Cignr.
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS RETAIL DEALERS.
The nliove brand are especially adopted
SOLE AGENT FOR CAIRO,
Call ami examine and be convinced. H. MEYERS.
charged the band any passage, and had to
feed them 15 or 20 of them free of
charge, during the entire six days, the of
ficers may have a story ot hardship to tell
as well as the band boys.
The lamented Joe Cormick served the
corporation of Centralis two terms as May
or. The cncil with which Joe served,
failing to sllow him his second year's sala
ry, all subsequent councils refused! to allow
it liecause of the failure. Joe made no fuss
about it, although hard run, at times, and
much in need of the money. Now that
he is dead, the C'entra'.ia authorities feel
that they dealt illiberally with the old fel
low, and have made all the reparation they
can make, by allowing the widow $2u0
the amount of salary Joe would have re
ceived had it been paid when earned. The
council should not, however, h:ive coupled
the allowance with the suggestion that the
money lie used in the erection if a monu
ment to deceased. Mrs. Cormick may and
nodmbt will need the money tor her own
maintenance; but whether she does or
does not. the matter of bililding a monu
ment, at l.i r own expense, over the body of
her dead husband, should have been lelt
whollv to her own determination.
Always keep them on hand, as delay in
creases suffering; and if you feel sickness
coming upon you. take a dose of Dr. Bull s
Baltimore Pilis. They can do you no harm,
and may save you from thf sick room.
Price only 25 cents.
AT THE PLASTERS HOUSE.
R. Hickman, Ullin; A. N. Page, Cham
paign; W. T, Crook'. Terre Haute; Phil.
Crooker, St. Louis; J. L. Gibhart, Hot
Springs; D. C. Caldwell, Carbondale; Chas.
T. Scott, Athens, Texas; Mary Bertram!,
St. Louis: Annie Sanders. St. Louis; A.C.
Jones, Commerce, Mo.: J. II. D.ivls, Padu
cah; E. J. Dougherty, St. LouN; T. J.
Powell. CarlHindale; Jno. Campbell, St.
Louis; D. C. Jolyn, Chicago; W. W.
Richmond, Crutehfield. Ky.; J. ('.Willis.
Metropolis; Mrs. Magner, Metropolis; C.
H. Sheldon, Padticah; Chas. ('. Martin,
Cincinnati; Mrs. C. A. Marshall, Thebes;
A. B. Choat, city; Geo. B. Sullivan, N. O.;
M. Kahn, Paducah.
Envelops printed at the Bulletin office,
$1.00 per M. Envelops furnished at St.
Louis wholesale List prices for the nextliO
Ick, Ice Wholesale ano Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may dcire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargennts, on Eiyhth street, or address
flic through the post -office.
P. M. Warp.
Ten Cents Worth. It you want a ueut
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tonsoriul line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's. No. 142 Commer
No White Bitter. People will not in
these days, buy white butter, and dairymen
of good judgment me the Perfected Butter
Color of Wells. Richardson & Co., Burling,
ton, Vt. It does not freeze in winter or
mould in summer and is always ready for
Room and Board, $:i,00 and $4.00 per Day
Until riiem unl Purlers extra.
All Alodorri Improvement
HUMOUR A SONS, propiMorg;
the money ever olfereil to the
to fine trade,
and no dealer should
Fur a!e. ilcjrle vt of harucM and a nearly now
lde bar opeu bugfj. Apply at the llull. tin uffltp.
FOURTH OF JULY
St. Mary's Park,
Under the auplci' of
CAIRO JOCKY CLU1J
5 KACES 5
Single mi!u dMb. putt vi on
Half mlie dah. pur .,.. .'
Half mile dn, Cairo work liorn'n, purc....- In m
Villi-rc' . jij in
Tnittins race, mile beat. h-t two in three - m
Ti n per c;tt intranet: Ut to lie addi-d to tlii- a!oe
Pall Shooting Match.
I FOR FIVE PRIZES
Sliootitc to he undrr tbr iinr.ai-cnent of Y. S.
Kent, tf-i . ef tM city.
Mui, Dancing, and Grand Display of
Firework in Evening.
Tr.i- t'l'jh parsntw a txd tinn: to all In attend
ance, wood dancing tloer and ri-fn-i-iinirri:..
K0EHLER BROS., Proprietors,
Corner Wa.hlnirton An mi ar.il Elplit fvre.
Curta-r Eleventh ar.d Wa-hin.-ter. Ave
A full and comp'.f te ply of the het of all
kind meat a! ay on hand.
NEW (UN MIOP.
I. E. I.NCK,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Commercial Avp.. to.lt Seventh st.
CAIIiO, : : : HUUXOlg-
Guns, Pistols. Safes nnd Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE BOUIXli ONllHEACH LOAOINCi Ol'NS
All work truaraEtiMd tatl.fnctory, at cheaper ratra
ham aii lio ulitalncd at any other place In the city.
CARPENTER AND CONTKACTOK.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Washington and Walnut.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses by tire
or otherwise made on short notice.
i LL work Intrimted to him will. receive prompt
. attentiou. and will he executed In a aatlnfoctory
"yt M. DAVIDSON,
Tin, Shcet;Ii'on and Copper.
COOKING & IIEATINO
Tinware and Hollow ware of every
Ileerwart's old (land, on Eighth street.
Kooflnif and Hattertnir a upeelalty. All kinds
of work klllfully iiud promptly performed nnd
g CENT COUNTERS! I
TO THE TRADE: The HupIuM and ntoft Hurrim
fitl merchant of thai day aru utartlng (1 Cent Coon
tern, A trial will I'onvincu. W trnvu the onlv two
oiccltmtvi.; IS rent Jolihlnif Hnut In tho U. H.
UTHenil for CtttalnuuB and particulars.
, . 10 Randolph Hi.. ChlclucsKo.
Also Mikiflj chounc Ht., Bodon, Mao. J
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