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TI1K DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, lH.
THE DAiLY BULLETIN,
OFFICIAL PATER OF CUT AND COCNTT
RNTERED AT THE I'OflT OFPIC IN CAIIIO, IV
LINOIS, AS KKCOND CLABS HATTER.
LOCAL WEATUKK KKI'ORT.
Paio, 111.. Apr. i.m
Wind. Vl Weather
, '.' SI
Maximum Tni'erat'iri. '
nrtture 4T: Kninu.n im-n
Kivor, !W feet
Itlse 11 Inches
W. II. RAY.
Sorir't Slcnal Corns, 0. 8. A.
liiivl'iiBhwen sollc.ltrrt by my friends and by
CMit number of citizens who have heretofore been
riiiponudtomi!, iobIii become a candidate lor
ti e mayoralty of tin. city of Cairo. I hereby ftn
noui.co i mvHlf for that portion, nlcdu tiiK to the
voter of Cairo to do as heretofore, not to shiik
my duty In the hour of l'erll. and assure them that
all mv actions Hliall be to tho Interest of Cairo and
her citizens. 1 remain ySTm,
l'lUCS AND PHOGKKSS. SPREAD THE
Caiiio, March lT'.h. lwl.
To the voters i f the city ol Cairo:
it i,o r. miom t.f oiniiv c.itl.ens the undersigned
nff..r hia aitrviftfa to IllO illdelH'UUailt Voters of
t airo an a candidate for the olllce of mayor. The
city requires a man of commercial experience,
just a. this time, when wear.) so fixed by unions
and for-tun Interference in our business mnniieo
ment on ihis irreat American continent, and in the
name of WnsnlnirMn, JefferatHi, and Jackmin, and
in the name of llio (ireat Colon Urcenlvick Lab ir
Parly, for truth, Justice and equal rights, will I
stand. V0x,()pll-voxl.ei.Uri, R cLARKJJ
We are authorized to announced. II. THISTLE
WOOD as a candidate for re election to the olllce of
JfOH CITY ATTORNEY.
Mr. Editor: . ,
PWae announce ma as a cnudldate for re-e lection
to the oftlce of City Attorney at the ensuing city
ejection. Mont respeouuii) jj jjjdkicKS,
At tlix narm-st solicitation of many citizens- Irro.
spceliveof color or politics, I have consented to
Wnme a candidate for the olllce of City Clerk,
and respectfully ask the active and willing support
of all who are lavorsble to my canniuacy
JNO. J BIRD.
Cairo, Ills., March lOili, 1S81.
flavins been solicited by a number of my frle ds
all over the city Ui become a candidate for city clcik
in the coming city election, 1 horuby, in compli
ance with tho wishes thus expressed, announce
myself asa candidate for that olllce, and hope that
all my friends will stand bv me.
1 JOHN LALLY.
JOR CITY CLIIBK.
We are a thorlzcd to annonnce Mr. JOHN
. WILKKUSON asacadldale for City Clerk in
the April election.
Wo are authorized to anuouce Mr. LEANDER
AXLEY as a candidate for City Clerk In the elec
tion to be held next month .
pOR CITY CLERK.
Please announce that I am a candidate for re
election to the ulllCB of City Clerk at the ensuing
city election. D.J. FOLEY.
C ITY CLERK.
Wo Bre authorized to announce Mr. JOHN D.
PII1LLH a a candidate for city clerk hi llio up
proathing municipal election.
70R POLICE MAGISTRATE.
Please announce me as a candidate for re-election
to the nNice of Police Magistrate at tho enBUing
city election. Keapcciruny,
(iEO. K. OLMSTED.
pOR POLICE MAGISTRATE.
We are authorized to announce Mr. ALFRED
COMINGS as a candidate for the olllce of Police
Magistrate for the city of Cairo at the coming city
pOR CITY TREASfKKH.
Editor Bulletin: Please announce my name as an
Independent candidate for the ollicc of City Treas
urer at the ensuing city election .
THOMAS J. KERTI1.
We are authorised to announco CHARLES Cl'N
N1SGH AM as an Independent candidate for elec
tion to the olllce ot Treasurer at the ensuing city
J,H)R CITY TREASURER.
At the earnest solicitation of many friends I
hereby announce myself as a candidate for City
Treasurer at the ensuing municipal election.
W. D. LIPl'ET. i
poll ALDERMAN. THIRD WARD:
We are authorized to announce- Mr. EGI1ERT A
PMITH as a candidate for re election for Aider niau
from the Third ward.
pOR ALDERMAN, FIRST WARD.
We are authorized to annonnce WILLIAM
Veil ALE as a candidtite fur Alderman for the First
ward, at the ensniug city elucllou.
yon ALDERMAN, FOURTH WARD.
At the request of -ry many friends I announce my
elf as a candidate for re election, In the approach
ing municipal campaign, to tho position of Alder
man from the Fourth uard. C. O. I'ATIKU.
JjHR ALDERMAN SECOND WARD.
We ar! authomcd to announce Mr. II. BL.OMS
as a candidate for Alderman from the second ward
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In this column, Ova cents per line, each
I nsertlun. rur one month, w cents per Hue.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! liulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cuns, direct lrom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Red Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Ronnicr Hewitt, Ag't.
Buckleu's Arnica Salve.
The best salvo in tho world for cuts,
bruWes, aor(!, ulsers, salt rheum, tcver sores,
etwr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refuudod. Price. 25
cents per box. For salu by Ono. R. O'IIaua
Try It I Try It!
Uso tho Pantngrapli Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra char
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Caiho Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Sera tc Ji BookH.
ITso The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
for sale at tho office, 1200 leaves to tho
dozen books, si 0 cents each or 1 1.00 per
The Sociable of the Methodist Church
nnd ennareuation will bu held nt N. B,
riiistlewocd's, on 11th street, on Thursday
cvfiiiinif next. Refreshments, music auu
recitations will lu provided to maku an en
invabla evenin". u are invited to come
and bring your tricwln.
Ice, Wholesale ami Ketail.
I am now prepared to soil icu by tho car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wnttms will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ieo to customing in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. M. Ward.
Brick ! Brick! Brick!
Plenty of Brick. Jacob Kline has 24
men at work in his brick yari, and is mak
ing brick at the rate oi 30,000 a day. Will
be ready for delivery first of May. Con
tractors and others may rely upon getting
nlentv of brick to till all their contract
and orders through the summer.
House of 7 Booms, on Poplar, near
Eighteenth Street. In lirst-class condition,
Price f 1,500. Terms reasonab c.
M. J. llOWI.EY,
Ileal Estate Agent,
Having made extensive improvements in
tho Planters House and being now
thoroughly prepared to accommodate any
number ot day lioardeis, we would respect
fully solicit a share of Cairo's patronage in
this line. Our accommodations are equal
in every respect to those ot any hotel in
the state and, as to rates, we are ready to
compete with any one in the city.
Bono it Gazzoi.a.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have incrccsed
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another lare room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets. Day school, 0 a. m.
Ladies' class at 3, and night school at 7 p.
m. Terms low, but invariably in advance.
A good stock of paper, expressly
Hektograph use, for sale at The Bulletin
Cisterns ! Cisterns !
The building of new and cleaning out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal promptly attended to.
J. S. Hawkins.
Mocsted varnished, and paper mans of
Cairo for sale, at TnE Bulletin office.
The U. S. Government uses Howe Scales.
Send for catalogue to Borden, Selleck &
Co., General Agents, Chicago, 111. (2)
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be had at rred Kcohlers sam
ple shop on Eighth 6treet, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In these columns, tun cents per lino,
each insertion. Marked
Smoke Schuh's Gilt Edge fivc-cent-
No less than 77 classes of dogB are on
exhibition at the bench show in San
Wheat crop in southern Wisconsin
will be cut down one-fourth to one-half
Order your election tickets early of E,
E. Ellis, 11.50 per thousand.
The nihilists, who murdered the c. ir.
are to hang. There was no chance of a
disagreeing jury in the case, because there
wasn't any jury.
One os the officers of a Philidelphia
street railroad died recently of heart dis
ease. This is important, as showing that
street railroad men have hearts.
Send your orders for election tickets
to The Bulletin office, $1.50 per thous
and. Cincinnati is the largest carriago,buggy
and wagon manufacturing city in the
United States, if not in the world, It has
70 carriage anil buggy Bhops and 85 wagon
Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office.
At Shawneetown, Ills., Friday, Picker
ing, father and son, were each sentenced to
09 years in the pen, for murder of Dawson,
10 years ago.
The strong gale, which blew nearly all
day yesterday, blew down several signs,
chief among which was tho bill-posters
fence on Sixth street.
In the Brooklyn Tabernacle, within a
few weeks, over U00 conversions have taken
place, and over 200 persons have joined tho
membership ot the Tabernacle congrega
Mr. Jacob Walter is very proud of a
handsome steer that ho was fortunato
enough to secure a day or two sgo. The
animal weighed something over seventeen
Tho last lot of curb-stone for the
Eighth Btreet gutters is much heavier than
what was used heretofore. The slabs are
thicker and longer and, it is said, a better
quality of stone.
There was no meeting at reform hall
last evening, Rev. Rush having gone to
Cobden in tha morning, where ho lectured
last night, and will lecture to night and to
morrow night. Ho will bo here again by
Friday evening and address the temperance
peoplo hero. IIu has beeomu quite a favor-
ite with the people of Southern Illinois be
cause of his power on the temperance ros
Preparations were being made yester
day afternoon for placing a lamp-post at
tho corner of Seventeenth street ond Com
mercial avenue. The ground pipe was be
--An improvement has been made by
Mr.Patrick Fitzgerald in front of his saloon
on Commercial avenuo. Tho sidewalk
which was originally of cinders, has been
covered with a thick layer of gravel.
The colored peoplo of Kansas City are
highly delighted over the election of one
of their number to tho position of super
visor of registration first time in the
history of the city that a colored man has
been elected to any office.
A young woman named Maud Craw
ford, member of the Broadway Opera House
company, of Paducah, attempted to drown
herself in the river at Paducah on Monday
evening while undo the influence of liquor
She was saved by a female friend.
Mr. Richard Fitzgerald desires us to
say that he does not countenance the
movement that has been put on foot to
bring him out as a candidate for Mayor
He says that ho does not want the office
and would not serve if he were elected.
Johnson Fisher, a negro, who is charg
ed with assisting a prisoner in lawful
custody to escape, nnd who was to have
been tried in the county court a few days
a"0, took a chango ot venue to union
county, where the case will be Buttled
The council committee on claims met
in the office of Alderman Blake yesterday
evening and took under consideration a
number of bills referred to it by the coun
cil at its previous meeting. The commit
tee reported tho result of its labors to tho
council last night.
LeDuc thinks that sugar can be made
cheaper in Minnesota than in Louisiana,
and in greater quantity, and tea can
grovwi profitably in Georgia, and when
culture is established we can raise for
cents tier pound as good an article as
now pay 50 or CO cents at wholesale.
A bill regulating the weight of coul
and articles of produce and provisions
generally; another, punishing saloon keep
ers with fine and imprisonment for persist
ing in selling their wares on Sunday; still
another making general election and decor
ation days legal holidays, are under consid
eration in the Illinois legislature.
Frank Walker has gone to Blooming-
ton to take a position in the job office of
the Bloomington IJulletin. We wish him
success, and in order to secure it would ad
vise him to be more reliable in every re
spect in that office than he has ever been in
this. He is capable enough, but his great
failing is to care nothing about his own or
his employers' interest.
On Monday, the eleventh iust., John
T. Biijmond, the actor, who is quite a
favorite with Cairo theatre-going people
because of his talent, was married at tho
Continental Hotel, in .New York city, to
Miss Courtney Barness, tho daughter of
Rose Eytingc. John, whose real name
was O'Brien, went before a court and had
it changed to his stage . name, John T.
Raymond, under which he had become
famous. Miss Barnes was an intimate
friend of John's first wife.
lltports of lawlessness by tramps be
gin coining in already, the weather having
become worm enough for this dangerous
class to begin their annual wanderings.
It is to be hoped that all such lawlessness
will bo punished swiftly aud surely. There
is work enough for all in this country;
there is no excuse for idleness and'vagabon
dage and the outlaws who are making tho
hitherto peaceful rural districts unsafe
must be put down. The professional tramps
are the greatest enemies honest working
A grand success was tho meeting of
citizens at the hall of the Hibernian fire
company last evening for tho purpose of
taking steps toward the organization of a
military company. In spite of the bad
weather a large uumbcr of good sized,
healthy men were on hand, nearly all en
thusiastically bent upon an immediate or
ganization ;but after some deliberation it was
decided to have an enrollment, and meet
upon some future night for tho purposo of
completing an organization. Filty-six
members were enrolled last night and
next Thursday evening was appointcd'fur
the next meeting when a thorough organ
ization will be effected.
- Sunday afternoon two men a white
man named August Baker, who has been
in the employ of Mr. John English, tho
carpenter, and a negro, named Win, Hall,
a former employe of the Cairo and Vin
cennes railroad got into a quarrel in a
saloon on the corner of
Fourth street and Commercial avenuo,
which grew so hot that weapons, backed by
physical force, were resorted to on the part
of the negro to let off some gore. Ho
drew a knife and after having, by an unex
pected movement, inflicted a slight flesh
wound upon tho person of tho whito man,
darted through tho door and
up Fourth street toward tho levee.
Baker also drew a knife and, with blood on
his shirt and in his eye, followed Hall
whom he reached at the leveo and treated
to a gash with his weapon, Neither of the
madmen were as badly hurt as they might
havo been, when Officer Has.Martin arrest
ed them and took them to tho city jail,
whoro they staid until yestordsy morning
to get sober and calm. They wore then
taken before Judge Olmstod for trial, both
found guilty and fined twenty-live dollars
and costs, which they will pay into tho
Yesterday and day before yesterday
evenings a number of colored gentlemen
met in the hall on Commercial avenue,
over Mr. Sehoemb's cabinet shop, and or
ganized ii secret benevolent society to bo
known as the "Knights of Taber." Mr. I).
B. Payton, a colored man and a prominent
member of the organization in Chicago, was
hero for the especial purposo of establishing
a branch society here. Fifteen members
were enrolled and all tho officers elected-
twelve in number. Another meeting will
be held in a few days to allow a number of
others, who have expressed a desiro to join,
an opportunity to do so. Mr. Payton left
again for his home in Chicago yesterday.
Centralia, like Cairo, is afflicted with
mere excuses for sidewalks, but in a differ
ent lorm. The Centralia walk consists of
two planks, laid paralel to each other,
about one and a half It ct apart, and the
Democrat of that city suggests that an or
dinance be passed compelling tho mayor
and each of the alderman to walk between
Ins own and some other man's wito when
ever ho walks at all. A good, stout shingle,
vigorously used on tho btiliio of our city
dads' anatomy, is the only thing that will
euro them ot the abomin
able habit digging ditches, planking
them up on either side, spreading a little
ashes on the ljottom of these and then dub
bing them sidewalks.
The woman, who had a visitation from
tho Almighty in the Waverly house, of
this city, some time ago Mrs. Johnson,
the hotel beater, alias Mrs. Harris, the
Waverly house saint, is in the city again
and site is just as much of a tartar and
saint and beat and just as red-headed as
she ever was. She arrived here on the Gils'
Fowler from Paducah yesterday, alone
entirely alone. She liad left her enamored
Paducah youth at home and her trunk on
the Gus Fowler. She came without the
former because his mother wouldn't let
him go he was stretched horizontally
across her knee, yelling at the floor, about
the time the steamer shoved off she left
the latter because the flint-hearted clerk of
the boat, unmoved by tho torrents of salt
water and the words of saintly pleading she
poured forth, refused positively to , give
up the trunk because, he said, she hadn't
pnid her tare. Tho carmine headed woman
(that's the only name she can't go back on)
protested that a gentleman had put her
trunk on at Paducah and had paid her fare
to Cairo. Poor thing; her mind was wan
dering, she was thinking of the spanked of
the loved one left behind. But tho clerk
didn't care whether her mind wandeicd or
not, or whether her body or soul wandered
with it or not. Ho hadn't seen any young
man at Paducah, who had paid any fare
and he determined to keep the "trunk or get
the money. The red headed woman then
bethought herself; seeing that the clerk
couldn't be moved by salt water, she
changed her tactics and, with a
regular kerosene conflagration darting
from each cyc,shc sprang towards him and
delivered him a ''low straight from the
shoulder into the eye. She had not mis
taken her man, the clerk moved into bis
office up-stairs on the boat, and there, cn
trenced behind counters and bolted doors,
ho stood firm, but besieged by the furious,
fiery-headed aniazon who, unable to clutch
him with her hands, deluded him
with such a foul torrent of abuse as
would have disgraced a freight train
brakeman. But she stopped after a while
not from exhaustion, but because of the
arrival of reinforcements on the Bido of the
enemy and, leaving tho boat and her trunk
behind, she came up the levee, sighing for
a Paducah youth, with a loving heart aud
a large bank account aud mourning
because she found him not.
He has gone, Jusio dear, you'll find
nun here no more, no now roams in a
strange city where osculations are cheaper
than they arc in Cairo.
Owing to the illness of State's At
torney Damron, the cases still to be tried
in the county court havo been continuod
for a few days. Mr. Damron 's ailment is
said to be mumps. Judgo Yocum has ho
urrauged it that there will be a law term in
each month, so that persons guilty of
any offense within the jurisdiction
of the county court may bo brought to
justice without laying in tho jail for any
length of time, or waiting until tho grand
jury sits and then, perhaps, leave for parts
unknown. This is quite a convenience to
the officers of tho law and, if it is generally
known by thoso who aro chronic violators
of law, will have a restraining cllect upon
them. The fact that Mr. Damron has
somewhat departed from tho usual custom
by Bwcaring - out informations himself
against persons against whom there was a
good presumption of guilt, whilo it looks
a little strange and lays him liable to tho
charge of seeking his own pecuniary bono-
fit from persons who do not claim to bu his
admirers, will yet havo tho effect of making
criminals less bold, and of removing almost
the necesity for summoning a grand jury.
If Mr. Damron will now excrciso duo cau
tionbo suro he is right before going
ahead so that .ho may not put tho county
to a heavy expense in trying porsons
against whom ho has filed Informations and
thon bo unable to mako out hla caso be
I i aai
causo oi some icgai iniw in ins papers, or
PHfflNH DEUG ST0EE,
GKEO. 313. O'HAEA, Proprietor,
Cor. Commercial Avenue
aud Eighteenth Street. (
NO. 25 EIGHTH STREET.
T I-I 35 O II 15 A.
CALL TELEPHONE NO. W.
because of Jthe lack of evideuco on his
side, then the people's money will not bo
wantonly wasted, and he will be opplaudcd
in his cllorts to suppress crime. But if he
allows any motives, other than a desire
to piomote the general good of the county
and community, to urge him on in the ar
rest ot persons against whom his evidence
is not conclusive in law ami against whom
his informations fail to hold good, then bis
prosecutions are liable to be termed perse
buiiuun, mill uiu uoiirny s money useti in
,,tt....n .1 . .
carrying on the work, may bo said to have
been wantonly wasted. Mr. Damron is yet
a young man who is just entering the
world of usefulness; and he has the oppor
tunity to mako for himself an enviable rep
malum not by striking blindly at the
monster, crime but by proceeding cau
wuiimy nguillbl H, SO lllllt 8t CVCry
step forward he may find a sure footing
without any danger of a back slide.
Mr. John Glade, the butcher, is improv
I he little son of Street Supcrintcndant
Gorman is very ill.
.Mr. James I. Tipton, of Lebanon, Ills.,
was in Cairo resterd.'iv.
Mr. G. T. Whitlock and wife are visiting
relatives and friends in Mound City.
Willie, the son of Mr. John Hogan, has
returned from the east, where he baa been
tsquirc A. Coining was up the country
yesteiday examining a new farm he bought
f- I.I... .-!.. W '
otn MX.-M-, or .mssoun, was in
town on business yesterday, stopping at t lie
Mrs. trank Gaz.ou has recovered
from the effects of the severe fall she
ceived some time ago.
Messrs. nolle, of the New York Storo,
andO. Haythorn, the dry-goods merchant,
have gone to St, Louis.
.nr. r. rur kit, tne prospective man
ager ol the Ilalliday House, has secured
the sei vices of Mr. Chailey Bowers as bar
keeper for the hotel.
Among yesterday's arrivals at the Hotel
de Winter, were : Messrs. S. A. Uussell, of
St. Louis, Mo.sE. F. Herndon.of Maysnlle
Ivy.; James Kager, of Nashville, Tenn.,
and A. H. Ellington, of Jackson, Tenn.
At the Planters' House yesterday among
others the IV I lowing persons were regis
tered: Miss M.J. Dovall, Louisville, Ky.;
N.N. Johnson and family, N. B. Wagner,
N. Louders and J. C. Dishman. of Dixon.
Ky.; It. Fahs and wife, ot Jersey Landing,
Ills.; Byron Campbell, of Milan, Tenn.
ACCIDENTAL MURDER. PERHAPS.
Yesterday afternoon, about three o'clock,
two colored boys, about Bixtecn and eigh
teen years of age respectively, were fooling
with one another in Mr. Harry Walker's
kitchen on Sixth street. One of them had
a loaded pistol and whilo they were "sky
larkiu," as they called it, tho pistol
went off and the ball struck
thu other young fellow in the side,
passing through the rib close to the
stomach ami inflicting a wound from
which ho may not recover. Dr. Parker
was immediately called, who made the
poor victim, whose name is Mike Hilmes,
as comfortable as possible, but expressed it
as his opinion that the wound is a danger
ous one, which may prove fatal.
This is only another argument in favor of
the passage of a law making it a crime for
minors to possess firo arms of auy descrip
tion under any circumstances.
(TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
IlKl'OUOKI) IN Til H (,'IIICUIT CLEUK's OKKICK
OK ALHXAKDl'.n COUNTY, ON AI'ltIL 10TU
AM) 11 Til.
James F. Campbell and wife to Patrick
Dempsey; deed of trust, dated March 7th,
1881, for the southeast quarter of section
eighteen, township fourteen, range three.
Consideration one thousand dollars.
Charles Burget and wife to Win W. Ire
land; warranty deed, dated March 16th,
1881, for lot numbered seven, in block
numbered fourteen, in Hodges Park. Con
sideration one hundred and twenty-five dol
James W. Thomas and wife to Louis
Lem; special warranty deed, dated April
12th, 1881, for lot numbered sixteon in
block numbered eighteen, in tho First ad
dition 'to tho city of Cairo. Consideration
six hundred dollars.
- OEO. B. O'HARA,
I J 35 S T V T. A D 1?"
v. VyJiAUh, iHOPKIKTOK.
AivertiifMifntt m nonpareil (not hnintti card)
of five lititt or lui in Ihii column, 10 crutt eah
vAMfcl-ldo cooking and dlnnins
VJ room work. AimlvtuMn. K . 11 x ?
t j 'p...,. 1. -
11 ill r 1 1 t"i-t
VOU KENT -The Delia House, corner of Third
1 street and Commercial avenue. Has hei-n thor
oughly repaired Internally and externally, la sit
uated only one block from all the rallrcad depota
and only two blocks from the principal sti ambout
landings. Apply to W.M . McIIALE.
A( UOKIMi WTOVEforsnlf.wlthiHo r ,10t.
two hake pans sinl two utlcldl. s: will l.o aold
for ten dollais. Apply at IJulletin elllce.
J, OH iENT-Ilo. ira, furnished , v., um.WhvA
wither without f.01 M, at resfoinUe rates
Apply at Bulletin bulldlnn.
STOVES AND TIMVAHK.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Deal
TIN, COPPER. & 8IIEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOI1 WOHK DONE TO OHDF.R.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IX TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIETl & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street I
Commercial Avenue J
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cwh Price Paid for Wbeat.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
CE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
to. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
Sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS.
Large Stock. Fresh Goods
1 nst Received. Trices Lower
han ever. BARCLAY BROS.