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Fonrteeutb St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY,
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
Cairo, III.. July 2. 1879.
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel Weathej.
:4ti a.m 30.16
11:00 " 30-17
8:00 p.m 30.12
3:4fi ' 80.10
Maximum Temperature, Minimum Tem
peraturu, 79e; Rainfall, 0.00 Inch.,
Sorg't Signal Corp, U. 8. A.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Phil Saup has all kinds of fire-crack'
Miss Annie Pitcher goes to St. Louis to
spend the Fourth with Mrs. Capt. Dugan.
Sky rockets, all sizes, cheap, at Phil .
The Equitable Life now makes poli
cies incontestable after three years from
Boys, buy your torpedoes of Phil
The city officers "except the two"
will find their scrip in readiness for delivery
Everybody says Phil Saup's fireworks
are the finest and cheapest.
A colored man named Dick Smith
died of consumption, in the barracks,
alout one o'clock, yesterday morning.
Fourth of July, at Phil. Saup's; flags,
fireworks, torpedoes, fire crackers, rockets.
Just what the boys want and cheap.
Tho Equitable makes a definite sur
render value in paid up insurance, on all
ordinary Jife policies, after three years
The collet'tor will finish up the col
lection of bi-monthly dues from the mem
bers of the Taxpayers' association Saturday
It is not a Kinkel; but a Kimball
piano that has been placed in the St
Charles parlors. Kinkel doesn't manufac
The rumor we caught yesterday, that
the government steamer Wouchuset, would
reach Cairo on the 4th, is not vouched for
by us as entirely reliable.
Had not modestyb ecu a crowning vir
tue in Tiie Bulletin ofiice, tho publisher.
Mr. Burnett, would have been mentioned,
Bomctimo ago, as an archer to whom center
shots aro imputed with great frequency.
Tho council very persistently refuses
to allow Sheuhan and Taylor's salaries, half
the members holding,- we believe, that con
firmation is an essential ingredient in the
constitution of regular appointive ofllcers.
The bridge over Goose pond, on the
road leading trom Cairo to the iron bridge
over Cache river, has been completed nnd
is now in good order. The work was per-
junwm ny air. ij, Tliistlcwood, and is to
be paid for by tho city.
Tho steamer Fawn, the Silver Cloud
nnd B. II. Cooke will constitute the Evans-
f 1 1 rtt ,
vine aim vniro low water packet line. It
is said that all of these bouts will run di-
rictly through th Cairo and not necessitate
a transfer, as heretofore, by terminating
tue trip ai ruuucmt.
It may interest delinquent taxpayer
to know that the aalo of delinquent lands
and town loti Is still going on, and that all
the offerings aro promptly taken. Tho col
tector sold over a thousand dollars' worth
yesterday. In fact his sales aro only limit
ed by his offerings. Tuo sale will bo re
sumed at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Judge Bird's resignation was accepted
by tho Council, but no special election was
ordered to fill tho vacancy.
It strikes us tliaU ladies' billiard parlor,
cletjantly appointed and properly conduc
ted, would prove a "taking thing" in Cairo,
from the very day of tho opening.
Unfinished law business before tho lato
Judge Bird will receive all due attention nt
the hnuds of Squire Comings, who succeeds,
for that purpose, to tho possession of Bird's
We are glad to learn that Judge- Mul
key is deriving some benefit from the Hot
Spring baths; and hope he'll ascend tho
supreme bench a very David Davis, in a
physical point of view.
Sheriff Hodges' little girl, who was so
seriously hurt by her fall from the court
house porch, was somewhat improved yes
terday evening, and her physician expresses
the opinion that 6he will recover.
We heard an intimation yesterday that
the City Council had agreed (irregularly)
upon Andy Cain as a proper man tor City
Jailor. If this be true, it was a very sensi
ble conclusion for the Council to arrive at,
regularly or irregularly.
The only bid for filling the approaches
to Cache bridge was filed by P. II. Corcoran.
Pat proposes to put in the dirt for fourteen
cents per cubic yard, which strikes us as a
very reasonable bid. The council referred
the matter to the committee on streets.
Mr. Andrew Chapman and Miss Sarali
Remmick, both of Alexander county, were
joined in the holy bonds of wedlock, yes
terday, by Squire Osborn. Tho interest
ing event came off in the Squire's ofiice, to
the great edification of the crowd that
gathered in to see.
Mr. Thomas A. Brown was numbered
among the callers at our editorial hall, yes
terday. The business of Thebes is boom
ing, he says, and such wheat crops as the
tarmers have harvested in. that neighbor
hood outstrip all precedent and utterly
A fine dog, belonging to Mr. Thomas
Harris, followed his master to the Illinois
Central railroad, vesterday afternoon, and
was seriously hurt by a passing engine
One of the dog's feet was ground off, in
flicting an injury that will necessitate the
killing of the animal.
The city council finding it impossible
to finish up the business, Tuesday night,
adjourned over until 9 o'clock yesterday
morning. At the morning session the busi
ncss was of the regular routine character,
except in a few unimportant particulars, to
which we make reference elsewhere
As the regular meeting night of the
Taxpayers' association falls on tho evening
of the 4th of July, the attendance of a
quorum of members, which is difficult to
obtain at any time, will scarcely be present,
The excursion bv the Reformers and the
park fireworks will bo apt to put business
considerations in the back ground Friday
The flouring mills of Brown & Sons at
Thebes, is now in full tide of operation. It
has three run of stones, and a capacity of
fifty barrels a day. It not only creates a
good market for the wheat and corn ot the
neighborhood, but has served to greatly
vitalize business of all kinds. It is a in
stitution, and Thebes is very properly
Mr. Frank Hobart, a cooper ot this
city, is happy over a boy baby that was
born to him about 2 o'clock yesterday
morning, that admits of tho designation of
a "heavy weight" at a very early period of
its existence. It turned the scales at four
teen pounds 1 If any other community has
a baby that pulled down 14 lbs at birth,
we should like to hear from it.
The old Baumgard house preserves its
ugliness intact. While it is not regarded as
dangerous because of its liability to tumble
down, it is certainly the most dilapidated,
the filthiest and illest-looking abode for hu
man beings, in the city. It is a constant
eye-sore to the residents of the neighbor
hood; and it may be safely assumed that
those who find shelter under its roof, do
form the cream of Cairo society.
James McLaughery, the young fellow
captured in tho reur of Haytlioru's store,
with u pocket full of I lay thorn ' shoe
strings in his pocket, was brought before
Squire Robinson yesterday, for a prelimi
nary hearing. Tho evidence very pointedly
connected Mr. McLaughery with tho bur'
glarizitig ot tho store, and the Squire held
him in bonds of $,i00 to await the action of
the grand jury. Jailed.
Mr. Ike Reynolds, who has hitherto
lad charge of car repairs of the Missis
sippi lA-mrui, on mis sine oi tue river, lias
been constituted local agent of the Missis
sippi Central, at East Otdro, the work that
ic supervised on this side being placed un
ler charge of Mr. W. W. Wullaco. Mr,
McKay, former ugent at East Cairo has, as
heretofore stated, boon promoted to the po
sition of assistant superintendent of the
Some of our readers think we could
have a moro compact and efficient admin
istration of county affairs if we would adopt
township organization. Wo find It Impos
ti.i. ... ......... t .i... i .
uj $ivu tu Him conclusion, aucn an
organization if too cumlKirsotnp, fastens
too many officials upon tho people, and Is
entirely too exponilvii. In northern 1111.
nols, where the ropulatlou is dense, that
CAIRO BULLET! J ; THURSDAY MOKftlNtf. ; JULY
tin,! of trovcrnmcnt is probably desirable
In Southern Illinois, where the population is
sparse, township organizations usually re
suit in failure. Jackson county has tried
it a number of years, and is heartily sick of
it. Tho voters will doubtless throw it off
next November, and at once return to the
older and simpler plan of County Commis
The country will breathe freer, now
we feel a load fall from our shoulders, even
hero in Cairo. Congress has adjourned!
Tho flood of party and buncombe speeches
that poured out from Washington, upon the
patient people, has been arrested ; and for a
breathing spell at least, tho Americm peo
ple aro spared tho reading of Mr. Hayes'
veto literature. It is a blessed relief.
Jailor Mahoney's report for June shows
that the nineteen prisoners received into the
jail during tho month, boarded with him
124 days, which was an average ot over six
days to each prisoner. A majority of the
prisoners were of the male persuasion, yet
the labor of three men one day, constitutes
all the labor performed on the streets dur
ing the month. The bill for dieting
amounted to $49.00.
The paralyzed horse to which we refer
red yesterday, wa permitted to lie iu the
burning sun nil day, and was there late at
night. Passing animals attached to car
riages, etc., took fright at it, and tho hair.
breadth escapes from disastrous run-a-ways,
were numerous, fcome numanc ooys seeing
the afflicted creature was nearly parched of
thirst, carried it some water which was a
very kind-hearted thing for the boys to do.
Our young people, in fact all kinds of
respectable people, are looking forward
with pleasant expectation to the moonlight
excursion on the Eckert. The spacious
cabin and guards will accommodate hun
dreds; the music will be the best in the
city, and the management will be of the
watchful, patient cliaracter that will afford
everybody a chance to share in the festivi
ties. The boat will leave the Cairo wharf
at 8 o'clock p. m.
Milton Jenkins' bid was the only one
reported to the city council, yesterday
morning, for the reconstructing sidewalks.
Was this so because other carpenters were
not informed ot the council's purpose to
receive bids, or was it the only bid because
Milton is the only individual in the city
who cares to perform that kind of work?
While we pause for an answer, the com
mittee on streets, etc., will pass upon the
Don't lose sight of the fact that the
rational way to enjoy yourself to-morrow,
will be fill a basket with edibles; board the
Eckert, at 9 o'clock, and, leaving the heat
and dust of tho city, spend the day in the
woods at Maybcrry's landing. The recrea
tion will cost but little, you will enjoy it,
tho wife and children, the aunts, sisters and
cousins will enjoy it, and, having enjoyed
it, you will thanK The Bltxetin for its
suggestion that you go. Don't fail to go.
If our hackmen would establish regu
lar routes, charging five cents for all dis
tances under a quarter of a mile, and ten
cents for all distances over, the arrange-
ment wquld bring them in many dimes
they now never see. Scores of persons
would avail themselves of the use of the
hacks for trips to the post office, if the cost
were only ten cents; but a daily outlay of
twenty cents, they do not feel themselves
able to stand.
About three o'clock, yesterday after
noon, a strange woman, carrying k carpet
sack, called at tho residence of Will Ken
dall, on Thirty-fourth street, and asked
Will for permission to leave her carpet
sack, as she didn't wish to lug it about
with her. Will consented; tho woman de
posited the sack at the front door, and left
the premises. A few minutes later Kendall
observed the carpet sack moving, appar
ently without any human agency; and very
soon afterwards from the inside of
the animated carpet sack came
the squall of a baby. Hastening to
the door he recalled the strange woman,
who was yet within hearing, and compelled
her to take away her baggage. There can
be no doubt that it was the purpose of the
woman to abandon the child to Kendall's
care; and we shall not beat all surprised if
some family in the city, finds itself this
morning, in the possession of one baby
more than belongs to it.
Tho Fodticah News gives tfie follow-
in'' account oi tno arrest, uy mo uiiro
Chief and his aids, of the young rascals
who burglarized Levy & Bro's Paducuh
commission house. Thu News is not at all
backward In the matter of giving promi
nence to Marshal Birschett's sagacity as a
detective. It says: "The rascal who rob
bed the safe of Messrs. Levy & Bro., com
mission and produce merchants on Market
square, Friday night last, as mentioned in
Saturday's News, was arrested in
Cairo Saturday evening and part of tho
stolon money found upon his person. Sat
urday about noon the police becamo satis
fled they had an Idea who committod tho
theft, and upon a search of tho town being
instituted they learned the bird had flown
to Cairo on tho steamer Champion. They
immediately notified the authorities of
Cairo and about dark it was wired
back to our ofllcers that the iirrest had boon
made and part of the money secured. Tho
thief was tho llttlo yellow no Geo. liar-
rip, whoso many like depredations can bo
numbered by tho dozens, and who !
served repeated torms In tht jail for these
onenocs, only escaping the penitentiary bo
cause of his youth. It is though; others
w mtercstoa witn Mm in the robbery,
nnd they too will no doubt bo arrested.
Marshal Blrchett and Officer Bondurant
went down to Cairo to bring the llttlo ras
cal back and to help work up tho robbery
mentioned elsewhere as occurring on the
steamer Idlewild. Being delayed w this
latter work they did not return last night,
but will bo home to-night on the Fisk.
Their mission in respect to tho Idlewild
robbery proved successful."
A one leggod stranger was in the city,
yesterday, who is manifestly a dead beat.
He called upon two or threo families in the
Fourth ward, and other families elsewhere,
doubtless, and, if he saw reason for belicv
iug tho man of tho house absent, ho begged
of the woman the favor of a quarter to
assist him in the purchase of a cork leg.
He didn't make such appeals to tho men,
because ho know they would at once ask
him why he had not been pensioned, and
why he had failed to avail himselt of the
provision made by law for supplying de;
serving applicants with artificial limbs. The
fellow doubtless succeeds in gathering in a
good many quarters, and it is safe to say
that he wouldn't wear a woooden leg, If he
were supplied with such an appendage. It
would rob him of his occupation. If he is
still in the city, he deserves to be spotted,
as he is most undeniably a dead beat. In
fact the country is full of such impostors.
Chester, Trenton, Carlyle and other towns
in Southern Illinois have had their one-
legged inflictions. The Trenton dead beat
succeeded in obtaining forty dollars, on tho
strength of forged recommendations from
prminent citizens of Carlyle. After ob
taining the money the rascal commenced a
rousing spree, which he kept up until he
exhausted his money. The public should
understand, therefore, that Union soldiers
have no occasion to canvass the country on
a begging tour. "Our beneficent govern
ment" has provided for them, sufficiently,
if not plentifully. P. S. For a better un
derstanding of the foregoing, it is well
enough to observe that the stranger pre
tended that he was a "Union veteran.'
We are not disposed to snatch a single
feather from the police turban of Paducah's
City Marshal; but if he claims, as the Pa
ducah News claims tor him, that he
"worked up the case against Duffy, Lee
and Brooks, who stole Mrs. Gregg's jew
elry," and was in Cairo at the time of their
arrest, he claims entirely too much. The
Cairo police regard the whole thing as
very common-place transaction, and have
never dreamed that there was anything in
it out ot which a reputation could be man
ufactured for anybody. But the facts are
these : Devans and his companions had
not been in the city an hour, before two of
our policemen had spotted them ; they had
not been in the city two hours, before the
same policemen (who don't even care to
have their names mentioned) had the gang
under arrest, and the stolen property iu
their own poscssion. Ten hours afterwards
a telegram wa3 received from Paducah an
nouncing the Idlewild theft, and giving a
description of the property stolen. No in
timation that such and such persons were
suspected, was given in the dispatch, at
all. The Cairo police replied that they
had the thieves and property; and about
fifteen hours after the arrest, the Paducah
Marshal arrived in the city. Just where
the credit to him comes in, for the life of
us we are unable to determine. If credit
is due anywhere, it is due to the police of
Cairo, or, rather, to the two gentlemen who
effected tho arrest. That they are not am
bitious to be known in the mutter, the al
sence ot their names in this connection,
rather plainly indicates.
HE HAS A GRIEVANCE.
Caiuo, July 2, 1879.
TotUe Editor of the Bulletin:
I have a grievance, and naturally I come
to you to light my battle while I keep in
the back ground and render you most effi
cient (moral) support. My trouble is this:
The other evening I was passing up Eighth
street when just atone of tho little grocery
stores, where they monopolize about six of
the eight feet devoted to a sidewalk, with
benches upon which they place their whole
stock of goods during the day, I met a wo
man with u baby wagon in one hand and a
hugo basket in the other. There was not
room to pass on the inside of the walk und
in attempting to avoid a collision with tho
cavalcade I stepped to the edge ot the
payement, and in so doing came in violeut
contact witli a hugo piece of
greasy side meat, hung on a
nail driven into a part of the awning. My
coat and hat bear unmistakable evidences
of the encounter in several grease spots.
When I mildy remonstrated with the gro
cer lor hanging his meat there ho hud the
cheek to laugh at me. I continued my
walk in a no very nmiuble frame of mind,
when a few doors further on a young
butcher, who was dexterously skinning a
beef on the pavement, suddenly gave un ex
tra flourish to Ins knife and threw about a
pint of blood into my bosom. Then I did
get mad; but a glance ut the
sturdy proportions of the butcher to say noth
ing ot his dexterity with his knife con
vinced mo that I did not want to fight with
him; so cursing my stupidity in not risk
ing on encounter with tho woman who was
tho tlrst causo of all my troubles I passed
on. Now, what I want you to do is to
point out to our efficient Chief of Police the
section and chapter in tho city ordinances
which forbids tho occupying of moro than
two-thirds of the sidewalks with boxes, etc.,
by grocers and others, and the bklnning of
beeves or the hanging them on the awn
D"g to tho disgust of every lody la general
and myself In particular; and ask him to
enforce them, and your petitioner will ever
pray, etc. Disoust.
All of which wo respectfully commotul
to the prayerful attention of whom it may
concern among our city authorities. Ed.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish Ice wholesale
or retail all through tho season. Office,
Eighth street, between Commercial nnd
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol's
grocery store. Jacob Llee.
Fishing tackle, Rods, bait, etc., wire
clotli for screens, ice cream freezers, etc.,
nt bottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, and
Hardware of all descriptions. Dog collars,
Refrigerators, Revolvers, Razors, Pocket
Knives, silver pluted knives, forks and
spoons, lamps and lar.ip fixtures and a
thousand of other articles at C. W. Hen-
jersons, commercial avenue, corner
Mns. Williamsox notifies the public that
she pays no bills of Mr. Williamson's mak
ing, and she requests her customers not to
settle their bills with him, but como to her
Mrs. L.- Williamson.
at tue tlaxtkks' hocse.
C. II. Call, .Ullin; John D. Delker,
Owensboro; John M. Rowe, Charles
ton, Mo.;tW. R. Howell, Charleston,
Mo.; U. H. Blackstone, Poplar Bluffs; J,
M. Luttrell, Pt na, Ind.; W. II. Miller, St
Louis; m. Jewell. Buffington, Mo.; W.
M. Ingram, Miss. Mills, J. G. Brun, St
Louis; A. Pancost, Paducah; F- W. Har
rison, Cape May; W. N. Goodrich and
FOURTH OF JULY LEMONS.
just receiver iresn and in gooa onlor,
100 boxes choice selected Sicily lemons,
which I oiler to the city and country trade,
at reasonable figines. S.E.Wilson,
No. to, Ohio Levee.
Wim.iam Alba will open his new Barber
Shop in a few days. New, clean, airy and
commodious. His prices will be put down
to suit the times. Shaving 10 cents; Hair
cut 2.") cents; Shampooing 23 cents; Hair
and Whiskers dyeing in proportion. He in
vites all his old customers to call on him in
his new quarters, and new friends and the
public generally, will find good workmen
and satisfactory work.
A Regular Hack leaves the St. Charles'
Hotel daily, at S a. m., and 1 and 0 p. m
for the Court House, running up Levee to
Sixth Street; Sixth street to Commercia!
avenue ; Commercial to Twentieth street
up Twentieth to Court House. Returning
down Washington avcuue to Eighth ; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, ami down the Levee
to St. Charles Hotel. Fare each way. or
part of the way, 5 cents.
ATTENTION EVERYBODY ! !
Prices for everything are down, and to
be up with the times, the undersigned has
established the following prices at his shop
on and after this date :
Hair Cutting 20c
Children's Hair Cutting 13c
By placing his prices at a figure propor
tionute to the decline in other fields of
lalor, he hopes to continue receiving the
patronage of his old customers and many
new ones, and assures one and all that hi
work will be done in a prompt and effi
Shop No. 5S Ohio levee, 2 doors above
the Planter's House, between Fourth and
Sixth streets. Geo. Wise.
RULES ADOPTED BY THE CAIRO
JOCKEY CLUB FOR TIIE RACES ON
THE FOURTH OF JULY.
All entries must be made Ht P. H
Schuh's cigars store' before 5 o'clock p. m.,
Owners can withdraw their entries by
paying ten per cent, of purse; provided, no
pools have been sold on their horses before
the time of withdrawal.
Owners, when making their entries, must
give age and name of their horse; ulso,
colors to be worn by their rider.
The Jockey Club will furnish colors to
each horse, so that if two or more owners
have the same colors they can be known by
the Jockey Ciub colors.
Weight Two years old, b(i lbs.; three
years old, .") lbs.; four years old, 110 lbs
nve years ow, u.j ios.; six years nnd over,
113 los.; in all our races, except trotting
and mule races, with a deduction of three
lbs. for mares and geldings. '
Trotters may pull nny weight that may
best suit them, and mules can carry what
their owners see fit to put on them.
I he second bell, calling the riders to
mount for the first mile dash, will be rung
promptly at 2 :130 o'clock p. m., and the
other races will fojlow in quick succession
C. C. Mason, Sec'y C. J. C.
Notice On and after July 1st. the prices
ut my shop will be reduced to the following
figures: Shaving, 10 cents; hair cutting
Jo cents; shampooing, 25 cents
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
Uruteful tomy old customers for their
past favors, I ask ti continuance of tho
same, assuring them as well as others who
may wish to call, that nil work will bo
dono in first class style and workmanliko
Shop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
der County Bank. J. Geo. Steinhoubk
Ten Cents Woivrn. It you want s neat ,
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionablo i
iair cut for 25 cents, or anything elso in t
tho tonjorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 143 Conimer- t
clal avenue. '
Ice, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
argo or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ico in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders ut my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial ; 1
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-office.
F. M. WARD.
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of i
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 ou short notice. . I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and win. y
cloth for screens,to be made up in the latest '
and best style. Prices very low,
Envelops printed at the Bulletin ofiice,
$1.00 pcrM. Envelops furnished at St.
Louis wholesale List prices for the utxt :i0
Wanted, a Rood elrl toennk and do srncrm hemmv
work In a email family. Toono rotniun well rec
ommended, a pleatcnt, permanent borne and L'"i
wase will be elven. Applvto
Mil. Ph. MAREAS.
Corner Fourteenth ut. and WanlilugtoQ av.
BL'Gf.iV AND HARNESS
For ialo, elnplo petof hitrneM and a ncar'.v ii-w
tide bar open tus'y. Apply at the Bull, tin oft'.c;.
FOURTH OF JULY
St. Mary's Park,
Under the at:.f-lce f!
CAIRO JOCKY CLUB
5 RACKS 5 '
Slnele mile d-ifb, p:iri- jv i
Half mile dah, jiurie i'i Oi
Half mile daati, Cairo work kortcf. jiur- l m .
Mule met- til m v
Trotting race, mile heat. Iet tuo In three ir j)
Ten K-r c.-nt entrance fee to !e aided to the a'.ou
purser. Glass Ball iSIiootinu Match.
FOR FIVE PRIZES
Slootlsj to te under tr.e iiina.-' n i:.t off. s.
Kent. Ekj , i f t:.te city.
Music, Diuieiny. and Grand H-phty of
Fireworks in Kvt-niiig.
The flnb cnarantcc a jood time t all In at'ei d
ance. t.ocd dauciui; llour and refri'hm-&!.
CAIRO CITY FEMIY CO.
THREE isElQ STATES.
On and after Mondiy. Jane l'i, the l-oat h'.:1 wake
the following trip :
LIlTEft LE.WE9 LEAVE
Foot Fourth at. M!ouri Land'E. Kentucky Ld'K
T a. m.
V a. m.
11 a. m.
ii a. m.
3 p, m.
7: t) a. la.
!: a. m.
11 :- a. ri.
!:- p. m.
:l:H p. m.
S a. m.
l'i a. m.
1 p. m.
5-X) p. m.
i! a. m
t p. in.
K0E1ILER BROS., Proprietor.
Corner Wahlnetrn Avenue and Elk'ht Mfeet ur.'d
Comer Eleventh and WatLluejon Ave
A full and completo (iipply iifthe Vert of all
kind ment alwaya on band.
WHOLESALE WINKS AXH LIQUORS
R. SMYTH & CO., -
Wholesale and Retail Dealer Id
Foreign nnd Domestic Liquor
Wines of nil Kinds.
NO. GO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH & CO. have conidniith' a !at
stock of thu bent L'oodf iu tho market :iud e!ra
especial atteutiou to tho wholesale branch of the
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
OOOKINQ & HEATING
Tinware and Hollow warp of even
Bocnvart, old stand, on Eighth atrcet.
liOOflllff AtA UtittrtPtnif a ittriAlnnM ill i.i.j
Ssion ? . !mn,y 1 promptly performed ami