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yy H. MAREAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic Physifiaii and Surgeon
m,- to commercial aventiu. Ki-nldonc-o corner
Fourteenth St. Hud Wanhlntftoo avenue, t airo
'.. K. W. WHITLOCK,
(rrsct-So. lit! Commercial Avenue, between
K. W. C. J'OCELYN,
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'FKli"R-K:2htfc Street. ii-r Comm'Trlil Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
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ISEGAK A LANSDKN,
oyyk'E-No. Mi C'immiT'".iil Avenue.
METROPOLIS A XI) PAIl'CAIL
Tin- Kit .-rtUt Siil -wheel I'.i-KiT.'.T Steamer
Ss; CHAMPION e&i
Lwe I'alro every afternoon at 3 o'clock, fur
1'i.l'ji.ili. Mi-tro; i!. and way landinc. . For
I'oiijlu or pnvc apply to sol. A SILVER,
0 CITY FERKY CO.
On and after Monday, Juie) Pi, the lion! will make
thv fnllowiu!; trip;
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Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
"No! 143 anil lit Commercial Avenue.
WLIImthI Advancement mndo on CouHin-mi-n'K
o Toltaixu, Flour, and Grain.
litfAtfiiiia for (ii-ar, Scott Co throcliiujr ina
rhinen, uortalile aaw mill and Ihrucliina cntitm.
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'oiiimcrclal Avenue ami Eighth Street.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTEHED AT TUB nt omCK IN CAIKO, Ily
I.ISOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAIMJUOE ALEXANIHJIt COl'NTV,
Only Sloruinff Daily in Southern IllinoLs.
LOCAL RE TOUT.
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Time Bar. ThiT. Hum Wind. Yd Weather.
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IX AND AROUND THE CITY.
Rcinl mid rcmcmliiT wlmt JIurx nays,
The city nt this time, contains
Road the ''Wanted'' column in this is
sue. It is interesting.
The first pawpaws of the season made
their appearance in market yesterday.
Mr. Thomas Hogarth, of Jackson,
Tetin., is in Cairo, visiting Mr. Cornelius
The order of the Knights of Honor, of
this citj'. iiuiuliors Roiuethinj; over sixty
A saloon keeper toward whom great
leniency has heeu shown, was arrested, and
fined $10 and costs, yesterday.
Cain' with his jail pin;;, was out yes
terday, operating on Ninth and Tenth
between "Washington and Walnut.
("has. R. Stuart will open, on Tiii's.lay
morning, the finest assortment of .r) and 10
cents goods ever displayed in Cairn.
The unusual ferocity ot the mosquitoes,
yesterday evening, was accepted by the sign
interpreters as a sure indication of rain.
The McKce who is posted to speak,
next Friday night, at Reform hal', is not
Walt, as we supposed, but another man.
One hundred pieces of new full stylos
calicoes were among this lot of goods re
eeived by Stuart, the Eighth street mer
The bases for two hydraulic presses,
fur eoninressinir cotton, were here on a
couple of I. C. platform cars, yesterday, en-
r.nite for Memphis.
Rev. Pastor Knnppe will hold service
in the English language this evening at the
German Lutheran church on Thirteenth
We have heard it intimated that the
street sprinklers will probably draw o!f
because of the meagerness of their
As every one is anxious to get her fall
sewing done, she should goto Stuart's on
Eighth street, and see the immense lot of
new muslins, flannels, and canton flannels
he received yesterday.
Mr. George W. Yocum is having a very
serious time with his hand, and fears are
expressed, by some, that he will not be able
to save it. For the report that his life is
imperilled there is no reasonable founda
tion. One hundred and forty-four yards of
the three hundred yards of Metropolis
gravel contracted for by the city, arrived at
our wharf, yesterday. It will lie used in
filling the depressions, holes and cavities in
-Fanny Mead, the woman who robbed
an old man of $iiO, a couple of years ago,
and handed the monev to a negro who
skipped out of '.own with it is again in the
city, having served out her time in the
Henry Stout will break the ground for
the foundation of llartman's new brick, on
the corner of Ninth and Commercial, to
morrow morning. Ilartmnn has effected
the purchase of a splendid iron front, and
proposes to build the model business house
of the city.
Huberts was circulating a petition,
yoterday, in behalt of Glass. He informed
us that he had secured the names of all
the jurors, and would, when he secured the
judge's signature, go to Springlield in
person, lie appears to be earnestly inter
ested. Yuc Hogan, without any provocation,
jumped upon Johnny Lattner, in the upper
part of the city, yesterday, and handled
the buy quite roughly. A warrant was
secured lor Vuc's an est ; but upon injury it
was learned that he had taken to the
It was well enough, at the time we
wrote, to Hpcak of the ntl'air on the Cham
pion as of "yesterday ;" but as we were
writing for the reader ot the next day, the
all'air should have been spoken of as an oc
currence of Thursday. Hut, as Charley
Maker was won't to si:y, "its nil the same."'
If the indications of yesterday evening
were not nt lault the enterprising little narrow-gauge,
carried out the largest excursion
party this morning, that ever went out of
Cairo on that road. If (he trip is made
without mishap thero will be n demand for
like excursions about twice a month.
The editor of tho Cnrdondale tYee
Press having urged the appointment of
Jehu W. Trover to the position of Railroad
and Warehouse Commissioner, in the event
of Mr, OVierly's removal, the editor of the
Jackson County Era says, "we think we can
inform the Free Press, authoritatively, that
Mr Oberly will not be'ruumvcd,"
CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MOKMHQ, AUGUST
Tho negro who laughed such a wide-
nioutli"d guffaw that he unhinged his jaws,
upset the gravity of everybody who caught
n glimpse of his face, until it was explained
that Ids upset features were quite as painful
to him as odd to others. Or. Smith, by an
exercise of all his strengh.got tho jaws in
While the train that is to make the
excursion to-day was switching otr, yes
terday evening, the trucks of the locomo
tive caught in the frog, crushed the trucks
and bounced tho track. Shu lies now on
the slope ot the embankment, badly
careened. As she can't be repaired in time,
the excursion train to-day will be drawn by
The palm for monster pears must be
yielded to Henry Stout. The pear he
brought to Tiik Ri'M.etin office, yester
day, measured eleven inches in circumfer
ence and tipped the scales nt thirteen
ounces! This was tho largest amount of
pear we ever saw in on original package, It
was one of a half dozen from a tree grown
in ids garden in the upper part of the city.
George Wichert's cause for increased
domestic happiness weighed nine pounds
and a half, and came, in the form of a fine
shapely boy baby. Roys, boys, nothing
but boys! The Rible speaks of a blissful time
when seven women shall lay hold of one
man. ( aim promises to inaugurate n pe
riod when seven boys will be compelled to
lay hold of one girl, or go without any girl
A country negro who was known to
have n valuable watch and: some money about
his person, was picked up on Nineteenth
street, about four o'clock, yesterday even
ing, by Officer Tyler. n investigation the
money and watch were not to be found,
but inquiry disclosed the fact that friendly
hands had secured them and tu-ni'd them
over to the keeping of a responsible person.
The drunken fellow was jiiled.
The members of the chain gang could
exercise their muscles to great advantage in
breaking t'ie boulders that lie, like so many
great' pimples, on the slope of the levee
leading from the ferry landing. They
cause countrymen, who come in with loaded
teams, to indulge in more unstudied and
unpolished profanity than was ever designed
for the consumption of either Missouri or
Kentucky. Pound up the rocks, "dan. it,"
and let's have an end of ferry landing pro
fanity. It is sale to assume that there has been
yellow fever in New Orleans ever since the
death of the Italian fruit girl. While the
fever was limited to n tew cas? s a day
among the lower classes, it was an easy
matter to conceal it; but when it took hold
of General Hood's family, continued con
cealment was impossible. We now have it
there are five cases, including Gen. Hood,
in one locality. We' say this, not to scare
anybody (for it is not an alarming maiter, at
this distance), but in the interest of truth.
John Manihan hired a negro man to
assist in the care of some barges. As the
only portable property on the barges was a
pile of eordwood, Manihan felt that how
ever untrustworthy his man might he, in
point or morality, there was nothing within
reach to tempt hiscupidity. Rut therein he
was mistaken. Making a visit to the
barges shortly after installing his assistant,
he found that his eordwood had been stolen
and carried away. His negro had stolen
it and disposed of it to a wood dealer. The
negro will be prosecuted.
There seemed to be serious trouble,
yesterday, between the officers of the tow
boats Wood and Williams, and their respec
tive crews. In the veiling, however, there
were indications of an amicable adjustment
that was probal-ly consummated during the
night. The hands claimed that they had
been hired at fifty dollars per month each,
for the round trip; but that on their arrival
here, the officers insisted that the $"l) ar
rangement had terminated and that, for the
balance of the trip they would pay only
!?:". The crews, unwilling to accede to
this, were paid off at the rate of i,"i().
Can't some of our tinners, now that
there is a lull in business, bring their store
of inventive genius to bear on the subject,
and invent a solid handled tin water dip
per' From time immemorial wc have had
the tube-handled abomination, and the
tinner never lived who made one that didn't
leak. And if there is a una living who,
after getting the contents of the handle
down his coat sleeve, in an attempt to drink,
didn't swear, we would like to'see the man.
for he's a saint. If a reward of $100,000 will
secure to the American people, ut the regu
lar price, a water-tight dipper handle, the
government ought to offer it , and when
earned, pay the reward. It would be money
expended in the interest of good morals,
and would accomplish more than 'J(H),000
would, if applied to home missions.
Having been thereunto urged by resi
dents of the city and country alike, the
Cairo and Yincennes railroad company will,
on and after Saturday next, run a special
passenger train from Carmi to Cairn, '',,.
purpose' is to provide cheap, quick and
properly timed means of convejjuiee for
such persons living along the line of (lt.
road, as may wish to patronize the ( tiiio
market. The company will fix the fore at
such an extremely low rate that the cost
can scarcely tonn an obstacle in thewav of
any persons who may wish to avail them
selves of the arrangement. The train will
roach Cairo at 10 o'clock a. in., and le;1vo t
4 o'clock p. in., and giving the visitf(rHjx
hours in which to transact his leivin,. :
the city. I5y calling attention tn thU nr.
rangement, our cotemporaries along tho
line will doubtless confer a favor upon
many of their readers, and, to some, extent,
aid a most commendable venture.
Two white women in tho upper part of
the city, lmving had u taste of tho law, as
doled out by our justices, seemed to have
acquired a passion for it. One of them told
the other's son, that Ids mother permitted
the attentions of a negro. The slandered
woman sued, giving her complaint tho form
of abusive language. It seems, however,
that tho complainant had not becu a model
of patient submission, for the woman of
whom she complained came forward and
made oath that the complainant aforesaid
had threatened to cut her throat and oth
erwise mar the perfection of her corporeal
structure; and further, that fearing the
threat would be carried into execution, she
desired the issuance of a peace warrant.
Roth women were finally brought into
court and the Squire finding the matter to
be one of those inter family jars of which
courts should not take' cognizance, soundly
lectured the pair, and sent them home again.
The Daily Ri'lletin may be found in
nearly every reading family, in every hotel,
counting room and office in Cairo, while
the Weekly Rli.i.ktin goes to every
neighboring post office on Mb sides of
either river. We mention this fuet to re
mind our merchants that if they would
haye the people of the city know something
of the provision they have made or are
making for the fall trade, in no other way
can they accomplish that purpose no ef
fectually as by employing the local or ad
vertising columns of our dully. If they
wmild address the country people, the
Weekly Ri i.i.etin otl'ers them facilities of
a really first-class character. The weekly
is rendered particular)' valuable as an
advertising medium because of the fact that
we limit the advertising space to three or
four of our forty-eight columns -a fact
that nearly always operates to bring the
advertisements in connection with reading
-Mrs. Jlasper b::.s
that are as sonilire-huid as her skin. A
tew years ago she married Samuel Ha-pcr,
and us he was a tine looking man, though
very dark, she feared he'd fascinate other
women; uiid he did fascinate them. Fit an
interval (if two years she concealed the
jealousy that w:.s racing in her bosom; but
at the end of that time, it bursted its con
fines and found expression. She left Sam,
and left Cairo; but never abandoned the
hope that her abseiic woul 1 set his love for
her ablaze, so that, on her return, she'd find
liiiu pining for a re-arrangement. She
loved the man. she said, and this hope
buoyed her up; but what was her horror,
on her return to find that he had, loin:
before, made a comfortable arrangement
with another woman, and utterly refused to
disturb it. And so, still loving Sam who is
her lawfully wedded husband, anil de
siring to get bun buck. Mrs. Hasper ap
pealed to the law. She is determined not
to give him up will send him to the peni
tentiary first, which, just at this time, prom
ises to be one of the results of the present
Go upon the streets at any hour of the
night you may. up to two o'clock in the
morning, and you will find black and white
boys, aged anywhere from twelve to eigh
teen, still abroad. And the (Tanks to which
some of them nre given are not only ineom
pr -hensibli-, but at times intolerable.
About midnight, Friday night, a gang col
lected on Twentieth street near Poplar, and
moved by u spirit of pure cussedness, ob
tained a long f tout plank, and standing it
up at an angle of about forty-live degrees,
ran out upon it as it fell, causing u report,
equal to that of a musket. This infernal
noise they kept up until they had awakened
the whole neighborhood and were driven
away. Rut they carried oil' their plank.
and doubtless resumed the same kind of
devilment elsewhere. We do not know that
any considerable number of these night
prowling boys are thoroughly bad; but they
are certainly taking lessons in a school that
will eventually work out that end. The
night police could not do a better thing, or
one for which the parents and guardians of
the boys in question would be move thank
ful, than to drive every one of them, who is
on the street ttl'ter 10 o'clock at night, to
A few months ago more than one-half
of all the Republican papers of the North
gave copious extracts from the Okolona
States, and tried to make their readers be
lieve that that single little weekly paper re
flected the senliment of the Southern
Democracy, while the eighteen hundred
Democratic papers published t dsewliere in
the South, represented nobody ! Of course
no sensible Republican was deceived by such
dishonest tactics, and the honest element o
the party openly deprecated them. One by
one the Republican editors engaged in this
most disreputable business, became con
scions of the prevailing estimate of their
Okolona literature, and quit publishing it.
This awakening continued, uulil now, we
find among our hundred or more exchanges,
only three papers that continue to. inflict
the insensate slush upon their disgusted
readers.! It was a powcrlul agent for mis
chief, w'ns the Okolona States; ami had the
Republilan manipulators of the concern,
living tforth, tempered the pen of their
tool with' more moderation, it migi t
worked (the mischief among Northern
Pemoenifs it was intended ),i work. Rut
now that the fraud is an old, exploded one.
it is only the immensely stupid or tho in
curably brazen-faced that persist in the at
tempt to practice it.
Our reporter called on Charley Glass,
yesterday afternoon, tind found him calm,
quiet and entirely rational. In answer to
questions he said he knew exactly how long
ho had to live; but he was ready, lie
VYOUhln't cure if they put the ropo uround
his neck in tho morning and kept it there
until the day of execution, only, he didn't
want them to try to hang him with a string!
No had heard of the petition that Mr.
Roberts and a black man were circulating
in Ids behalf, and felt sure if the Governor
knew what kind of a trial he had had
knew that he had lived two years with the
woman whom Newman took away from
him, and that he paid a grocery bill for
her on the evening before the murder that
if the Governor knew all this he'd certainly
commute the sentence. "Rut if they want
to hang ine they'll do it anyhow; but they
can't hurt my soul. Those w ho swore to
lies about me are worse off than I am; but
I don't feel hard against
them although they put the rope
about my neck. I'll not come
back to get revenge off of them, because if
I go to heaven I will not w aut to come back,
and if I go to hell I can't come back; for
the man that goes down into his grave shai
come back no more." Having disposed of
the matter in this manner, he marred its
consistency, somewhat, by declaring that
only "last night my dead wife came into
my cell and walked, and I saw her
plainly as I see you, and am not mistaken
about it." At this point s religious fervor
se'rzed him. "God has fixed my little feet
for travel." said he, "and I don't care what
they say, I'll go to a just God, where there'll
lie no more trouble and nothing but pleas
ure, and I'll sit on the great white throne
and look down upon the torture of those
that are burning in flames
for swearing lies against inc."
The reporter, anxious to lure him out
of this train, asked him if he would escape,
if he bad a chance to do so; "I won't de
ceive." replied Glass, -but will tell you the
truth. They had better not give me a chance
to get away. I tell you that now. They'd
mighty soon find no Glass about this prison,
and would lack a man on the day of the
hanging. I was a fool for coining down to
the court house w ith Lallj ; but what is to
be will be. I've got no hard feelings
again.-t anyliody, and forgive all them that
swore against me. and -the time is coming
when all of 'em will be glad to change
places with Charley Glass." At this point
he branched oil' into a wiid exhortation that
would scarcely repay the trouble of peru
sal if published, mid the reporter left him.
NEWS ITEMS KUOM IoM.o.. l'.V OLD HUM .
On hist Saturday night. Wm. Pen rod, a
farmer living near Dongola, and Mike
Rich, of Cobden. got into an altercation
over a game fif cards in a saloon in Dongo
la. and came to blows, Pcnrod using a
knife. As the parties were alone, it is not
known what Rich used, but judging from
Penrod's smashed up phiz, one would judge
that Rich used brass knuckles. Rich got a
cut in the hand, while Pcnrod got his face
badly bruised, and cut. Mr. Pcnrod, l now
under indictment for the murder of John
Pradhaw. That he killed Rradshaw none
deny, and it only remains to be tried in the
circuit court, as to whether it was murder
in the first degree or not. It does seem
that one under so grave a charge, should be
very careful about getting into fights and
W. II. Woodward, of Carbondale, nn cx
meinber of the Illinois Legislature, is
spoken of as the coining man to run for
Congress in lsO. It is more than proba
ble that he will receive the Republican nom
ination, as he is highly recommended by
all who know him.
The I'nion County fair, is coming apace,
and we urge everybody in Egypt to come.
The tall staik of corn -32 feet sent East
by Halliday, will certainly be excelled by
I'nion county coin, We expect to see
corn there '2't feet high.
T. Ronton snys, that I'nion Couniy is the
banner Democratic county in Illinois. Who
denies it? After the fair, the world will
learn, that it is also the banner corn county.
The streets ot Dongola are daily choked
up, with the. fanners, wagons and teams
bringing their wheat to market. Wc see
tin m from all the surrounding country, and
O! but it is a grand sight, to see them fill
ing their purses and going on their way ic
joicing. Much damage was done in Union coun
ty by lust Saturday ami Sunday's lain
storm. Ilottom fences were swept away
am1 oa the ridge farms, much damages
was done toeorn, by the ground becoming
too soft for it o stand up but after all,
Nasby's frost has not yet put in its appear
ance, which we hope il ny not for months
To Moth Etis: Should the baby be
sulVering with any of the disorders of
babyhood use Dr. Hull's llaby Syrup at once
for the trouble. Price !.'.i eeiits.
Notice. to all whom it may concehs' :
The Cairo Iiuiletin w ill pay no bills con
tracted by any of ils employes, or any one
connected with the R.illetin, unless tho
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 sain" nre endorsed by myself.
E. A. Bl'HNKTT.
Tho "Arab Firo ComnanvNo 2" will eel-
ebrato their 20th anniversary Mondav Eve..
September 1st, at their hall, by giving a
social dance. A limited number of tickets
will be sold, and a good time may be ex
pected, ah menus of the company aro in
Tickets 50 cents, admitting lady and
genlteinau, and may bo procured of
IlAKKlB SCIII'LTZ, PaCL II. ScilUII,
A. Comings, B. F. Blake.
GRAND SUMMER-NIGHT FESTIVAL.
AT LOUS WESTI'IIAL'H (iltOVE. TllltER MILLS
NOItTUWEST OK MOTND CITY, ON WKDNKS
I 'AY, HE IT. ."ill), 1879.
People of Cairo, Mound City and the
country all uround and about are cordially
invited to attend, and spend a pleasant
Prof. Oscar Loeschner's string band has
been engaged for the occasion, and mu-ic
and dancing will commence nt 4 o'clock
p. in. Abundance of well prepared and
well served refreshments will be provided.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
You Miss it if you buy clothing :.;id
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, (A Ohio Levee.
A. Makx, now in New York, will pur
chase the finest stock of men's, boys' and
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
I will Deliveh to any p-irt of the city it
good satisfactory one-hoiie I ad of Box
Factory wood for SO cenls, cash on delivery.
Leave orders at Swododa's, More corner
Eighteenth street. R. R. I,A( v.
It will pay you to await the opening of
an entire near stock, consisting of nn u s,
boys' iind children' clothing, furnishing
goods and the J. B. Stetson hats. etc. A.
Marx, the successful clothier, LI Ohio
Ten Cents Woutii. It jou want a neat
smooth shave fur ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anvthing else in
the tonsorial line remember the place tu
go to is Henry Schick's. No. 1 12 CVmnier
Anti IIeli.I.m Puices -At the barber
.simp of J. (Jen. Steinhotise, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, coo! shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, ct'an towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
cuits; Hair-cut, 5 cents; Shampooing,
2" cents. Givv him a call.
We have the sole right to manufacture,
st II or put up letter or note heads under
Hodder's patent. Any infringement on our
right will be prosecuted.
The Caiko Bt i i.etin.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
" " " Note Head..
5 " Linen Letter Heads.
2,' " Linen Note Heads.
The HEsT quality" of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
Tt't 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 Rinding, all kinds at The
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy To
bacco. SMALL AI)V1;UTISK.MF..T.
A 1,1, ADVERTISEMENTS In t!il co'.t.iMii. l
1 live linen carli or lent will lie pulili-ticil lie
i eiitK everv Insertion ; anitnitlia without !:iii;e,
$l.im per month. Each iiiiilliioiial line. Ti cei.ix.
Munition wanted tree.
Cottau'i' of live rooms, l' lol. on El'.'h'h Vrv t,
near Walnut; nice jirojn-r:y . M. J. HoWLE.
Sevenil hricl.lajeri. nre wauled In work on Hurt
innnV lutlli'ln. Apply at corner NlMli street and
Commercial HENliY STUl'T
To the Hltii rnlun Eire Company No : Annual
election will tin held N'pii-inl'cr sih. K i
ANDY SI LI.i AN. sec'y.
l-'ou SAi.K--Sepnriitely Or together, a net of nlnIo
names, a new. Imyy euchiou und a buy.-y wliii.
Apply nt llulietln liinderr. Imk E. Lit.kk
IIEAHIJI'AKTKIIS KUH KIN E AUC1IE'Y G lODsi
llovn, Arrow. Tinu'et. Miooilin: liloves etc., at
C. W. IlENDEliSON'S, ( ommercliil avct.. e, i or
Two dory lulek lione. elulit room, on Ninth
street, ojipocllo Dr. Dtinuliu,'" Apply to A. Marx,
lil Ohio Levee
F II l'IT TREES, ETC.
An lininene sloi k of Eorent Tree nnd Ewt
iirocii Seeillne. si,ntli, Erull Tree", nnd Suull
Trull, lluil w ill lie uld cheaper and pnckcdlieller
than at nny other place oil the Anierlciin conttnent
A.ldre, J. V. I'INM')..
Sturgeon Bay, Win.
1lOUNDRY, MAC'IIiNE SHOP AND
I-1 STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Ikon AVohks
B.I OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, HIS.
John T. Xiennio,
AVIN'G cdftlill'lied In work nt the nlmvo nu n
iliineil lilace I lietter oreimrnil limn ever for
niiuiiifarliirliiii hleiitn Enlnc mid Mill Machinery,
Having a SI cam Hammer nnd niiiplu Tool, llio
manufacture of all kind or Machinery, Railroad,
Hit'iinilKiat and Urldiju Foiuinir made a tieela!ty.
Knpoclal attuiitUiu ulven to repalrt of Ii:. due ami
Bra Caatlnua of nil kind mndo to ordM
t'lpo Flttlntf luull It hraiielici.