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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1S80.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTERED AT THE 1'OST OFFICII IX CAIKO, II.
LIXOItS, AS ?EOOS1VCI.AS3 MATTKK.
OFFICIAL PAl'KHOK ALEXANDER COUNTY,
JKriu-t If. Thielooke, City Nrtttor.
Only Morninjr Daily in Southern Illinois,
fliriMAt Orr't. I
Cairo. III.. Jnne I
Time. Bur. Ther. Hum. Wind. Yel Weather.
A .m ao.ia
7 " Hi.U
10 " ).M
Jp. m.. ao.lH
7 Lt rain
Maximum Temperature. ssJj Minimum Tern,
perature. (it c ; liniiifull U :S Inch.
Ktver il feci loluchcj. Kic lfnot :t Inrtic.
W, 11, KA
Sere't Slimal Coru. U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In this columu, five ccut per lino, each
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION .
The Democratic voter of Alexander county are
raguecteri to meet at the court hoiwe, Cairo, on
Friday, June Mi, isso, at i o'clock p. m., for the
purpose of feU'Ctiun delegate to the tate, con
KrelonaI and oeuatortal couvt'iitloni, und to ap
point a central committee lor the fuelling two
By ordo- of Mesander Couuty Democratic Cen
B. F. Bi.ake, Secretary.
Just received at The I!im,i:tix office a
stock of paper cspecial;y for "Hectograph'
SOLDIERS' RE -UNION AT MILWAU
KEE. JUNE 7th to 12tii inclusive.
Thu Illinois Central railroad will sell
excursion tickets, Cairo to Chicago ami
return, at 1C.4." for round trip.
Sale of tickets will commence June Gth
and continue till the 7th, and will he good
to return uutil Juno loth.
J. Johnson, V. P Johnson,
Gen. Agent, Cairo. Gen. Puss. Agent.
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN AND
AT CHICAGO, JUNE 2ND AND OtU.
DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION AT CINCINNATI,
, JUNE 22.
The Illinois Central railroad will sell ex
cursion tickets at reduced rates.
For further information, apply to station
agents. W. P. Johnson,
.1. P. Tucker, Gen. Pass. Ay't.
Tiuted or cleaned by thejiew liquid pro
cess, at J. Burger's. Old plumes can he
changed so that no difference can he detect
ed between them and the new; an item of
economy for ladies to make u note of. Or
ders left at the store will receive immediate
attention. The liquid is also kept by me iu
bottles for sale with lull directions for its
use. J. Uuuor.it.
To my old customers and as uny U'-w
h. yAji i.ij, meeiiULr; I uuj Ie
jjiiieu io deliver in any part ol the city ice
of best quality aud at the lowest possible
price. I respectfully solicit your patron
age and guarantee satisfaction. Ice box on
Eighth street, next to Bristol's, open at all
hours, day or night. Orders lilled either
from wagon or at the ice box.
The undersigned will, on and ufter
May 1st, be prepared to turnish our citi
zens a first rate quality of ice cream,
equal iu every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, aud furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced artist and cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nished at 1.25 per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards. Roijkut H kwktt,
ELECTRIC VAPOR BATHS.
Are you suffering from rheumatism, neu
ralgia, dyspepsia, catarrh, scrofula, consti
pation, nervous debility, temale complaint,
or any chronic ailment? If so, do not fail
to try the Electric Vapor Baths. They will
afford you prompt and speedy relief. Call
aud obtain names of prominent citizens
whose health has been greatly benefitted by
their use. These baths are given daily at
the office of Or. Marean. No. 140 Commer
cial avenue, betwsen Eighth and Ninth
streets, Cairo, Ills.
ICE! ICE! PURE LAKE ICE!
P. M. Ward will enter the field again
this season, with his ice wagons, and will
. Le prepared, as formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, in any part of the city, every day,
iu any quantity desired. The fact that he
will give the business his personal super
visi mi, furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rons will be promptly, faithfully and satis
"Few of the Ills ok Like" ure more
prevalent and distressing thun bilious dis,
orders. The symptoms are low spirits
want of energy, restlessness headache, no
appetite, sallow skin, costivenrss ami other
-ilments which show the liver is in the
proper way to do it is to use ''Dr. Swayne's
Tar and Sarasparilla Pills." Their effect
on the liver and blood is wonderful, re
moving pimples mid all eruptions, leaving
the complexion fair and fresh us in youth.
Price 25 cents a box of thirty Pills, or five
Iboxes fer 1,00. Sent by mail on receipt
of price, by Dr. Swayne & Son, MO North
Hixth street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
The Voltaic Bki.t Co., Mausham,,
Mich. Will ncnd their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the HlHietcd Upon !i0 days
trial. Hpeedy cures iruaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to tliew with
No Pitr.PAitATios of Hypophosphites I
Jiave usedenn compare with Fellow's Com
pound Syrup of Hypophosphites for restor
ing strength to the nervous system. I
think It th best medicine I ever usud. W.
J. ilorncs, Buffilo, N. Y.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In those column, ten com per llnu,
The Cairo and Vincennes railroad had
sixty passengers lor Chicago yesterday
The market hero ii well supplied with
all seasonable fruits, chickens, eggs, butter,
Five hundred bushels choice northern
peach blow potatoes for sale by G. M. Al
den, No. 78 Ohio levee.
The city jail contains only six prison
ers. Of these two are colored women, two
black and two white men.
Farmers are nearly all busy now,
either plowing their corn or takiug care of
the wheat which is ripe and ready to cut.
A party of ladies and gentlemen made
a very pleasant trip to Missouri aud Ken
tucky on the Three States yesterday, after
noon. There was very little business transac
ted in any of the police courts yesterday.
Magistrate Olmsted tried two or three
tri filing cases.
The invitations are out for a leap year
party to be given at the St. Charles Hotel
next Friday night, by the Cairo High School
graduating class for 1M0.
At the meeting of the W. C. nnd L.
A., to be held this Wednesday p. m., the
life and writings of William Cullen Bryant
will be the subject of discussion.
A few loads of gravel, or a little level
ing up would prove beneficial to certain
portions of Levee street, particularly be
tween Eighth and Fourth streets.
On Monday evening last an officer
from Ballard couuty, Kentucky, arrived in
the city, having in charge a negro, captur
ed at Metropolis, and wanted in Ballard
county on a charge of larceny.
The sidewalk on the south side of
Washington avenue between Fourteenth
and Eighteenth streets, is iu a most dilapi
dated condition, and unless soon rebuilt or
repaired will fall of its owu weight.
The woik of repairing the new county
road will be commenced this morning,
when a large force of laborers will be put
to work. In'its present condition the roud
is worse than no road at all being prac
tically impassable for teams.
Wheat harvest is now in full blast in
Southern Illinois, and reports from every
quarter proiiotiuce the yield large aud the
quality of the wheat excellent. The acre
age to be harvested tli is year is said to be
fifteen per cent larger than in any former
The Central Archery club will meet
this evening, six o'clock, at the old meeting
place. Locust grove, reorganize, appoint
officers, and pfepmt ... ,,. r,.
paign. Members are all expected to be
present '.v'tli their artillery and ammuni
tion. Captain Tom Tair received yesterday
from Ccatesville, IVun., a pair of "Jersey
Red''pigs, of which he is justly proud. He
will take them to his place, at Wolf Island,
preparatory to catrying oil' the prize at the
Charleston fair next fall. The "Jersey
Red" is a new breed of heavy hogs. Souie
of them tip thu beam at 1100 pounds, and a
700 pound shout is not an unusual thing in
a drove. Captain Tom is our authority for
St. Mary's park is not the place to
pasture stock, and by the time a few more
persons are arrested ami fined for turning
horses ami mules into the park the fact
will be pretty well understood. The park,
with proper care and attention, will, within
a few years, be well shaded, for the young
trees are all growing nicely, but it it is to
be used as a pasture, before the season is
over there will not be a young tree left
Yesterday at about one o'clock Jack
Adams, a colored man who lives in one of
the wooden l.uildiugs facing the "railroad
strip" bet w( n Eighth ami Tenth streets,
took his basket on his arm and started, to
market. When he reached the sidewalk
near Squire Coinings' office on Eighth
street, he fell, and when those who were
nearest at tin' time went to him he was still
breathing; but expired before his body
could be removed to his home. He is sup
posed to have died of heart disease.
Residents in certain portions of the
city, notably on Washington avenue below
Sixth street, are moving with the veiw of
cleaning out the bawdy houses that infest
that portion of the city. When the grand
jury mi'ets next month we expect to see a
good y number of the inmates ot these
dens taken into camp. For years the peo
ple of the locality have been annoyed by
the existence of these houses, and they
have ut last resolved to take steps to close
them out. Let the good work be pushed
The mention of Mr. D. T. Linegar's
name iu connection with the Democratic
nomination for senator, is well received by
the friends of that gentleman aud Demo
crats generally. We have not consulted
Mr. Linegar in reference to the matter, and
do not knew that he wants the nomina
tion, or whether ho could be induced to
acept It if tendered him; but ho would
make a strong race) ami in the senate
would be found among the leaders of his
party. There are few men in the state who
better understand the changes necessary in
existing la'vs, or who could devise better
new ones, lie would nuke au able legis
tor, suJ would reflect credit alike upon
himself aud the district.
The Democrats of Alexander county
will ineet in mass convention at the court
house in this city on Friday next, for the
purpose of selecting delegates to the state,
congressional, and the senatorial conven
tions and for the transaction of such other
business as may como before the conven
tion. We notice that there is a disposition
on the part of some Democrats to urge the
nomination of a full county ticket. We
are opposed to the nomination of a county
ticket, and hope that the proposition will
not receive the sanction ot the convention.
There is no good reason that can be urged
in favor of such a movement. There arc
too many Democrats in Alexander county
who are opposed to bringing politics into
our county affairs and who, if a ticket were
placed in the field, would not support it as
a whole. Wc can see nothing but defeat
for a county ticket if one is uomiuated.
John Allen is a drummer in the em
ploy of a Cincinnati firm wholesale deal
ers in spice, etc. Mr. Allen arrived iu the
city on the steamer Ilillmau on Monday
afternoon, and was full of Kentucky whis
ky when he got here. He deposited his
baggage at the Planters' house and started
out again, taking in several saloons and
sampling the quality of the truck in all of
them. By dark be was "too full for utter
ance," and lost consciousness. Yesterday
morning between two and three
o'clock he found himself iu the shed at
tached to the ice house below the St.
Charles hotel minus coat ami hat, twelve
dollars in money, his order book and price
list, and a bunch of keys. The matter was
reported to the police, but as Mr. Allen
could give not the slightest idea of who
he had been with, when or how he got to
where he "picked himself up," the officers
were not flattered with the prospect of get
ting his property back. Mr. Allen was
still in the city last night, and just drunk
enough to be robbed again if he had any
thing left worth taking.
Mr.L. L. Davis is in Chicago, a looker
on at the Grant circus.
Al. Lewis and lady have gone on a
pleasure trip to Colorado to be g-.me sev
Miss Florence Stewart who has been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Church, returned to
her home in Patoka, Indiana by the Cairo
and Vincennes train this morning.
Harry Hughes has accepted a position
in the banking house ot Pace Bros., at
Ashley, Ills., and the places in Cairo that
knew him will know him no more forever,
or words to that effect.
Judge Lemma is still in the city, and
feels confident that he will receive the
Democratic nomination for senator. We
can sunn -'.- T "-iwith a hearty
goou-wia, and win no so ir ne receives tiv
K EOT!. AH MEET! Ml LAST NIGHT.
The city council met in the council
chamber last night. All the members
were present, except the mayor, who is ex
officio president and Mr. Charles Patier,
who is holding up his political end at
Mr. Thomas Ilalliday, a robust looking
specimen of municipal honors, was electe I
to preside for the night. Sam Orr, Pat
Fltrgerald, Bill McIIale, Doctor Clarke.
Jack Hodges and Charlie Thrupp, occu
pied seats inside the railing. The cham
ber proper is properly divided off from the
lobby by a stake fence, commonly dignified
with the appellation of railing, that might
circumvent with a fair degree ot ornamen
tation any ten acre lot in the country. Mr.
Ilalliday makes a good president for a
common council. He is perhaps too chuck
full of vigor to bo confronted with the
pent-up-Utica of the ordinary corporation
council. Speaker of the house, with a
rattling good gavel and a good assemblage
to hollow at, would fit him well.
He is too much of a legislator to be an
alderman. The circumstances which
forced him into his present seat iu thu
council here subjected him to a pressure
which must make his career as member
ol a corporation council Unpleasant to him
self and unsatisfactory to his friends who
are anxious to turn him and his methods
loose where they could be exerted to lull
advantage. His popularity will sustain
him in the legislature ot the state. His
methods would make hici u useful mem
ber iu the congress of the country.
The reports of city officer were submit
ted and referred to tho proper committees.
The city engineer submitted a communica
tion in reference to required drainage and
sewerage, iu certain localities of the city,
which was referred to the committee on
ways and means.
A petition of Dennis Stapleton, asking
that the council allow his claim of fifteen
dollars, to cover injuries sustained by his
little girl on the sidewalk, on Washington
avenue, between Fourth and Sixth streets,
Having disposed of a lot of routine bus
iness, the council heard Mr. Lineunr on a
proposition to reconsider the Vote by which
Squire Robinson was confirmed city mar
shal at thu last meeting. The motion to
reconsider Was adopted, Messrs. Howley.
Linegar, Pettit, Smith, Saup and Swoboda
voting in the affirmative; Messrs. Hallid.iv,
Blake and Hinkle voting no.
A motion to accept his bond was laid on
Peter Saup here jumped in with a mo
tion to adjourn. It was carried, and Mr.
Robinson, bond ami all was laid flat on tho
table alongside the city clerk.
Mr. Robinson was so unceremoniously
kicked out before ho got in, that there was
quite a flutter in the lobby, after.adjourn
uient. Pat Fitzgerald ran wildly out
through the door to escape tho important
ties ot old man eiarK, who got struck on a
photograph of Bill Hambleton, which Fit,
captured at Hot Springs. Its a daisy.
Even Davo Linegar scratched with more
vigor than usual, when Robinson's official
corpse had been stretched on the table,
right under tha nose of the president pro
The reporter who represented The But.
lktin was reliably informed that Linegar's
coup d'etat meant the enforced nomina
tion of Dick Fitzgerald, as Mr. La Hue's
successor. Jack Hodge was present, occu
pyiug a seat inside the fence, His two feet
were elevated on the stove, at a very respect
able angle, and by their magnificent
proportions surprised more than
edified those who sat near him. If
Dick had been shied into the ring, Jack
would have had an opportunity to play a
star engagement as battle holder.
The council chamber of Cairo is a dis
grace to the community. There is some
thing about it, even before you get at it by
means of a tottering stairway on Twelfth
street, that strongly recalls the
interior of a squire's office
in an Arkansas township. It ought to be
reconstructed, or renovated or swabbed out.
It needs something. If the council cant
do any better they ought to construct the
stairway so that tho city clerk and the
members could pull it up after them every
time they ascend and throw it out again as
they et ready to come down. Hung on
the drawbridge-plau its operation would at
least vary the monotony of its present un
sightly and cheerless aspect.
JUDGE LEMMA'S REPLY.
HE DENIES IN EMPHATIC LANGUAGE THE
CHARGES OF "JACKsON" MAHE THIlOLOll
TIIE COLUMNS OK THE BULLETIN, BY A
JACKSON COUNTY COUKESI'ONliENT.
Caiho, Ills., June 1st, l"ttO
In your issue of this morning I see a
communication from Murphysboro, Illinois
signed "Jackson." The author of this
communication to-wit, "Jackson, "says:
Considerable dissatisfaction is felt
throughout the county at the nomination
of W. A. Lemma, who bolted instructions
at the Cairo judicial convention, and after
ward treacherously opposed and largely
contributed to the defeat of Judge Craw
ford. Lemma is not the choice of this
county, but obtaiud his endorsement
through frauds perpetrated at Ava and
other precincts. Many of the best Demo
crats of the couuty, iu view of the fact
that Lemma has frequeuty bolted Demo
cratic nominations and worked against the
party, will not vote for him if nominated.
For the sake of hfmiionv unl the pood of
the Democracy it is to be hoped that Alex
ander county will put forth a good man for
state senator and join with Union county in
nominating him. "Jackson."
Mr. Editor, if it be true, as announced
by "Jackson," that I procured my endorse
ment iu Jackson county through fraud, &:id
if it be true that I have frequently bolted
Democratic nominations and worked
against the party, I frankly admit that it is
the duty of the Democratic party to repu
diate me. But to a thoughtful, considerate
mind what evidence is there in support of
the charges I am called upon to
answer, the charges in the main are of the
most serious character, and if true, are cer
tainly susceptible of proof, and if "Jackson"
has the interest of tho Democracy as seri
ously at heart as he pretends, he certainly
should no hesitate to make good his
charges. Mr. Editor, while I can't say that
I know with absolute certainty who "Jack
son" is yet. I have a sort of intuitive presen
timent that his true name is F. E. Albright.
Albright has a private grievance against m.
which he would like very much to have
the Democracy of Alexander county to re
dress for him by defeating me for the sen
ate, and the only way he can accomplish
my defeat is by gotting some man in Alex
ander county to act as his tool. Not con
tent with his failure to defeat me in Jack
son county, first, by opposing me before
the people of the county, anlsecondly, by in
truding himself upon the county convention
by proxy, and thirdly, by using every means
in his power to secure a bolt, he now trans
ferred his light to Alexander county under
the assumed name of "Jackson" and asks
the Democracy of your county to assist him
in the accomplishment of an act which the
Democrats of Jackson county absolutely
and unconditionally refused to be made a
party to. The fraud that "Jackson,"
alias Albright couiplaius of is
by no means political iu its
nature. It is purely judicial, and is now
pending and undetermined iu the supreme
court of this state, aud reads about thusly ;
"The People of the State of Illtuois vs. P.
E. Albright, motion to strike from the roll
of attorneys." Since I have been a candi
date for the senate, I was approached by a
friend of Albright's witii a proposition that
If I would dismiss the proceeding which I
had instituted against Albright to disbar
him, that Albright and his friends would
not oppose me for the senate, I refused to
accede to tin proposition. That there is any
disaffection in the Democratic ranks iu
Jackson couuty on account of my endorse
incut; or that I resorted to any unfair or
fraudulent practices iu order to secure
my endorsement, I pronounce unqualifiedly
false, and la order to subtautiatc my state
ment in this regard I refer to Judge W. J,
Allen, Judge A. D. Duff, Geo. W, Hill,
Esq., Judge Geo. VV. Andrews,
THE PALACE CLOTHING HOUSE.
Will, for the next ten days oiler extraordinary bargains in
Of which they have just received one of the
Ever brought to this city.
Is large, of the BEST
This house secures the Latest Styles of all goods as soon
as they are out. and since their sales are ijuiek. their stock
is alwavs fresh and stvlish.
llEM'IiLmiK THIS PLACE,
ISro. 108 Commercial Avomu; ISTo. 1 OH
county judge, or any other reliable
Democrat in Jacks. m county; and I
pledged myself tint in case I am nomin
ated, if I do not poll a larger vote in Jack- j
sou county than any other Democrat on the j
ticKet I will never ask the people of tins
district to support me for another ofliee.
"Jackson," alias Albright, manifests a great
deal of concern about my not voting for
Hon. M. C. Crawfoid tor ju.lge. I admit
that I did not vote fr Judge Crawford; I
had private reasons for not doing so,
but when Albright or any one else asserts
that I treacherously opposed Judge Craw
ford's election, they lie.
Albright told Judge Darker before the
election that he was for him for judge, and
that he would do all he could for him, arid
that he intended to d, f-at Judge Crawford
ifhecnild. 1L- also told Judge Ilirker
after the election that lie supported
him, and that he and his wife
rejoiced over Ju Ige Crawford's
defeat. "Jackson" alia Albright, viy that
I have frequently bolted D-tnocratic nom
inations. This statement is unqu-tlitiedly
false, and untenable, as the I-ading Demo
crats of Jackson county will certify to. I
have voted with a:id afiiliated with the
Democratic party over since I have been a
voter, and the only time I have over
failed to vote the straight ticket wa in the
case of Judge Crawford, and hii
he been a candidate for a political, instead
of a judicial office, I wouhiuave la: J aM..
my prejudice and supported him. It will not
be contended with any serioi:ne.s that
there were not a number of Democrats in
Cairo that supported both Darker and Iia
ker tor judge, and some of these same Dem
ocrats are to-day candidates asking Demo
cratic support. Very Hespcctfully,
Wm. A. Lemma.
Fer t!iu Bulletin.
THE MODEL WIFE.
Tin1 ciiitf merit of nil lor .f tn
Mat be Ikt beauty. Inr ol tiis v... eua:V..
That ,t w ife without beiiity it ao nio l-1 ill nil.
Tii i' a fin' must not b" short. tur must h" b-.-u'.i :
SlH'tnut no! be fat, nur niu-t be leni.
But ijrvtffii'. tn her movement' a verltsMe ven
Mio mint not be nolier. nun,Xi.vi'ivly my:
Obedient to hi r liu'e Lnrl. U'tt;ni:liitn luwe li way
Kvery morning at iUy-!i-ek. ery gently h!i,. mint
carry the coal, lml U a fire, the breikfi-t i;vr-
In tb.-interveuia,' time, win!.' the hatbarel H'e, a
Shu slemlJ brush hNc.iat aivl leinn. and blickvu
lip bin sillier,
When tiij mur.'iiug men', u reoJy. and her hasband
Sue sho'ilii erect him witii a snOli! and a hearty
word ol dice-,
l'oar 111 coil.'c, wuit up'in him. entertain him with
her i'Ii at.
And whea he's finished lireakfj,t, hrli.g Ins over
coat arn) hat.
A model w ifcsh'Hild uever, when her huban l tit
Sit and read the morulas paj'er. ortalk uo':p wi'h
Neither should she do liir t attinir, or sit Idly don
But nhould wjfsli and scrub, und scour and cook,
till the sun Is In the west.
She -Uould darn her husband's c tucking, never
let a hole appear.
Aud though he sometime chide her. siio lio".l !
never flied a tear.
In tact, to please him aW'ay. she should do wh o
ever she can.
For she promised to obey him ; woman' duty t i
After ".upper. Ill the evening, to the club the man
She must wash t!icd!iue, then nit down at home
aud kow .
ManyMiiUii I liave'u, mentioned, tlia' a model
wife will do.
She will make her homo look cheerful, and be ijood
ana kind and true.
Now ladle dare you vcuturc, this U leap year a
Ask some, fellow to take pity, und start out for weal
If you think my model faulty, I'm not at all to
For I thlukwhcn you have been there, Toil will
Had It much the same.
A Matuimonim, Victim.
INTKKESTIXU TO FARMERS.
Farmers ami all others iu making invest
ments or purchases ate always glad to know
where and how they can do the best. If a
line buggy or draft harness is wanted,
manufactured from the very best materiul.or
good saddle for either man or woman, or in
fact saddlery or harness of any description,
the largest, newest and most complete stock
will always bu found at Wm. Lcdwki &
Co.'s Pit "Commercial avenue; also a full
stock ot curry combs, brushes, bridles, hal
ters, harness oils, whip, collars, hames,
straps, liues, huggy cushions.
QUALITY and are meeting
Q I). WILLIAMSON A COl
70 Ohio Levee,
Hoat Stores and (iroceries,
Ol'K.V MOIIT AND DAY,
Fr."': f)lry a:idilt Ed. Butier. Oyn-et tad u'l
K' d ol trie wbeti In season, on hand an I deliv
ered promptly at re-idetioes free. lv!' r delivered
XKW VOI1K STOKE,
WIKILF.S.VLF. AND RF.TAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
I.V THU CITY
.iOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
Cor. N'ln. teen!) 'rect aad I
ConiDier:!i Ave.. (
C. O. P ATI Kit Sc CO.
ALL SORTS. SIZES AND STYLES,
M ini.! Kturer of un l Dealer iuAiso
TIX, COPPEIIA SHEET-IKON WARE
tAU. KINo OP JOB WJIIK BOSS M ORaSllJJ
no.::;. KRiunt stiif-kt,
'AIKO, : : lLLtN'OlS
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. ORAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hltf host Cash Price Paid for Wbeat.
UOUXDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
1 STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
John T. Rennie,
HAVING eatablUlicd hi work at the above ran
tinned jdacc 1 better prepared than ever for
tuanufacturini: Hteam Kiiulnc and Mill Machinery.
lluvlnit a Steam Hammer and nitiilu Tool, the
ninnulaetiire of all kind of Machinery, Uiillroud,
HteumlMint and Uridyl Foruiuu' made a T)ec laity.
Kpci:liil attention kIvuu to repairs of B,i ting and
iiran Casting of all kind made to erdei
I'lee K ttln la all It braucho.