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THE DAILY BULLETIN
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RNTBHEO AT TBI P06T OHICI Ilf CAIBO, Ih
LINOI8, At UOOND-CLAM MATTEL
official pap it r or city and county
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Not iron In thli column, eight cants per lino for
(rut and Ave centt nar line each subsequent Inser
tion. For one month, 60 cent pur lino.
The Great TripleX.
"XXX Beer," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to tins city, has just been
received in large quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near tho corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avouuo. Tho
"tripplu X" is Bupcrior to any other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy bcaverage,
which, once known, will bo preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and try the "XXX."
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to boII ice by the car
load, or by the pouud at prices beyond
competition. My wacjons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ico to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will recoive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
tho Kanknkeo Ico Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 03. P. M. Waiid.
Dou't Forget The Place
Where you can get a hot meal at all times,
at any hour of the night as well as in the
day time, at Avinger'a European Hotel,
next door to the City National Bank, 73
But the Improved Ilowe Scales ac
knowledged the best made. Borden, Sol
leek & Co., General Agents, Chicago, 111.
- m (6)
A second-hand piano, in good order and
a first-class instrument. Price $150. Ap
ply to Mrs. E. A. Burnett, No. 32 Tenth
Use Tbk Cairo Bulletin scratch books
tor sale at tho office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Counter Scaled for Sale.
Three pairs of counter scales, in good
order. Apply to No. 76 Ohio Levee.
The Great Oil Stove.
The "Argand" is tho boss coal oil cook
stove for summer work. Over two hundred
Boldin Cairo, and all givo satisfaction. For
heavy cooking, the Charter Oak Stove, dig
counts all others. These stoves are for
sale by C. W. IIkndkrson,
Commercial Ave., Cor. Twelfth.
A large flat-boat, suitable for building
purposes, 170x25. Apply to
In charge of Brown's coal fleet.
Dyspepsia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which givo healthy activity to the
entire system. (3)
Notice Military Company.
Evury member of the Cairo Military
company is requested to attend a meeting
of the company at Scheel's hall for the
purpose of being mustered in on Friday
night. By order of the proper authority.
Two houses and lots, on south side of
Nineteenth Btreet, near Commercial avenue.
M. J. Howlky. Real Estnto Agent.
The "Blue" property west of the Park.
House is in lirst-clasB condition. Five
rooms and Imsement. Four lots.
M. J. Howley, Real Estate A"out.
New Blacksmith Shop.
On the 1st instant I took possession of
tne blacksmith shop, situated on the north
side of Thirteenth street, between Poolar
street and Commercial avenue, and having
supplied it with everything necessary in
the business of blacksmithing, I am ablo
now to do all manner of work in that line
in the most satisfactory manner. Give me
a call and I guarantee satisfaction.
W. 8. Hakhib.
Wood Workman Wanted
A good wood worker that is able to do
both light and heavy work, can find em
ployment by applying at the blacksmith
and wagon shop of W. 8. Harris, on Thir
At All Hours.
People frequently feel the need of a
good hot meal at an unusual hour. All
Buch can now be accommodated at Avinger
& Tharp's European Hotel and Restaurant
(late Herbert's) on Ohio levee, next to City
National bank. First-class hot meals at
any hour of night as well as in day time.
New Store, New Goods.
Mr. Sadler has opened tor the present at
144 Commercial avenue, where all in quest
of good and desirable clothing furnishing
goods, hats and boots at low prices are re
quested to call. A lot of ladies' notions,
uch as buttons, gloves, children's hosiery,
Corticeili Spool Silk, etc., etc., having been
bought at a bankrt pt sale will be off-red
at half price. Call and be convinced.
Saturday night, at John A. Reeve's auc
tion bouse, corner Tenth street and Wash
ington avenue, large assortment of Crock
ery and Glassware, Furniture, Stoves, Dress
Good, Ladies' Ware and Notions.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notlcea In then ooiumni, ten coma par line,
tcb Insertion. Marked
Smoke Schuh's "Gilt Edgo."
A daughter was born unto Mr. Ferdi
nand Gohlson during Wednesday night.
Tho little shower of yesterday after
noon did not extend to the lower portion of
Tho Colorado iron works at Denver,
valued $125,000, have been swept away
Blank chattel mortgages for sale
single or by tho quiro at The Bulletin
R. W. Miller has lost his "heathen
Chinee" an attache of Tub Btllktin is its
Captain Sandusky ami PilotGco. Farns
worth will take the Junius S. Morgan to
Mr. Al. Hurd will bo clerk of tho W. B.
Duncan while Bhe runs in placoof the J. S.
Twenty dogs were impounded and
killed yesterday and taxes were collected
Only auction house in Cairo, corner
of Tenth street and Washington avenue.
John A. Revee, auctioneer.
To-day should be "cool to cold with a
fall liko evening and night," by order of
Frof. Henry Vennor.
Chock books, order books, receipt
books, etc., done on Bhort notice at The
Bulletin office. Btock and work guar
anteed. Prices "rock bottom."
George Ramsey and family are now
housekeeping on Twelfth street, in the
house lately occupied by Mr. Did Arling
ton. Mr. Arrington, of Henry Elliott & Co.
has moved into the Morris house, up town,
lately vacated by the family of Professor
The net proceeds of the dime concert
given at the Methodist church on Tuesday
night was between torty and forty-five dol
lars. A fire at Bird's Point, in Missouri, yes
terday evening, destroyed the Iron Moun
tain freight depot. No particulars could
Largo invoice, full pocket cut, XX en
velopesall colors, sizes 5, 0, 6 and 10
just received at The Bulletin office
Get samples and prices.
Miss Maud Burnett has taken the mail
ing clerk's desk in the counting room of
The Bulletin office, and also charge of
telephone No. 62, a very bad number, by
An advance of one cent in corn took
place on the Chicago board of trade, on ac
count of the continued dry weather. The
sales were 2,650,000 bushels, of which
nearly half were for September.
St. Louis ladies sent to the workhouse
will henceforth be set at making brushes
instead of breaking rocks. This is more
seemly for the ladies and a crcat deal bet
ter lor their complexions.
Jay Gould has not bought tho St.
Louis bridge as was reported some time
ago; he only leased it for 999 years so
says a prominent New York railroad official
to a St. Louis Globe-Democrat reporter a
day or two ago.
At the geueral election in Utah, on
Monday, tho luck of interest was shown by
the fact that the county in which Salt Lake
is situated, which includes three mining
camps, cast only 7,877 votes, of which the
Gentiles had 117.
-Tho archery club bad an interesting
meeting last Wednesday evening, all four
of the clubs were presort!;. The pratico on
the watermelons after tho shoot, was better
than on the target. Each archer made cen
ter every time.
Thcro recently died in Virginia a man
ot some historical interest George W.
Tabb, who was foreman of the jury that sat
on old John Brown and condemned him to
death. Things have been shaken up some
what since then.
Negotiations are pending between the
owners of three horses with a view to hav
ing another race at St. Mary's park on Sat
urday tomorrow. Mr. Bodkins' horse,
"Romeo," and Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald's
horse are in tho ring.
For three or four days past the ferry
boat Three States has been crowded with
farmers' wagons every trip sho made. The
farmers do not bring much in tho way of
vegetables, however, for the reason pcrhapB
that they haven't anything to bring.
Our belovod president is getting well
so fast now that in a few weeks tho opposi
tion press will begin slugging , lnm again
with great activity and unanimity. On the
margin of the valley of the shadow of
death lurk a legion of mud -throwers.
Blnce the transfer steamer U.S. Mcomb
is again on duty.the W.B. Duncan has tak
en the place of tho Junius S. Morgan and
that steamer will go to Memphis to allow
a transfer steamer thero to be taken to St.
Louis for repairs. The Morgan made prep
arations to leave yesterday afternoon.
Tho occurrence of a caso of small-pox
at Champaign, 111., on the 3d Inst., created
intense excitement in the neighborhood
thereabouts, and the most extravagant ru
mors prevailed. The facts are that only one
mild case of variola prevails, and that is
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY . MORNING, AUGUST
From appearances one would judge
that Cairo had not nine youths in tho city
who could catch or bat a ball. It scorns
that tho baseball season Is to pass entirely
unnoticed in Cairo, It wis not thus in
former years and it should not be thus
Another couple were quietly married
in the parlor of Father Masterson, of St.
Patrick's Catholic church. The gentleman
was Mr. Miller, who is employed at tho
elevator and tho lady was Miss Mary
Roach, of Villa Ridge. The wedding took
place Wednesday evening.
The crowd, the rushing, pushing
crowd that had gathered at that most de
lightful summer resort, Dixon Springs, has
thinned out until tho proprietor, Mr.
Brown, Iiuh now an opportunity to bestow
that attention to each individual guest that
goes so far toward making their stay a
pleasant visit and not a tasto of hotel lifo.
Severalot the best rooms are vacant and
waiting for visitors at the springs during
this, the most pleasant month of the season.
Conk ling has sent his Washington ef
fects to Utica. Ho has yet absolute con
trol of the republican party in tho city of
New York. Tho republican delegates in
the legislature from the city tiro yet Conk
ling's property, and that gives him a pow
erful weapon in the state convention, which
ho will use. He has avowed his purpose of
taking a leading part in the campaign pre
ceding the election of a largo number of
slate officers, and he is getting his tools in
Prof. Bell's induction balance has been
used with satisfactory results upon the
president. The first experiment showed
that the ball of the assassin lies in the front
wall of the president's abdomen, five inches
below and to tho right of the unhilicus, on
a straight line running through tho body
from back to front, within two and a half
inches of the surface. All of which
confirms the original diagnosis made by the
attending physicians. No operation
with a view to extracting the bullet will
bo performed until the patient is entirely
out of danger.
Same days ago Mr. IJaggio, tho Italian,
received a telegram from Cincinnati, stat
ing that his sister, Mrs. White, was danger
ously sick and asking him to como to her
bed-sido immediately. He went,and short
ly after he arrived Mrs. White improved,
and he was about to return home,
when she took a relapse and he remained
On Wednesday he sent a dispatch fur his
wil'o oud she left the city the same evening.
Mrs. White formerly resided in this city
and her husband built the two story brick
house at the corner of Twentieth and Pop
At 11 o'clock yesterday Miss Alice
Youug of Carmi was married to C. D
Bradley, master of bridges of C. and V.
railway. The wedding took place at Vm
cenucH where Miss Youug had gono the
day before, and the long looked-for event
was thus quietly transacted. The happy
couple left for EvatiBvillo the samo after
noon. Miss Young is well known in Cairo
as a young lady of excellent disposition,
while the yroom stands hirrh in his profes
sion. The Bulletin joins the friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley in offeringcongratula
tions upon tho event of their uuiou.
The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.,
yesterday, (Washington time) were uh fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 81 ; Cincinnati,
Ohio, !)5; Davenport, Iowa, 0(1; Dubuque,
Iowa, 9"); Keokuk, Iowa, 08; LaCrutwe,
Wis., tiO; Leavenworth, Kaa., IM; Louis
ville, Ky., !!; Memphis, Tenn., 81; Nash
ville, Tenn., 80; Omaha, Neb., W$; Pitts
burg, Pu., !)5; Shreveport, La., )!;8t.
Louis, Mo., 100; St. Paul, Minu., l)0;Vicks
burg, Miss., 00; North I'ltto, Neb., 03;
Yankton, Dak., 01; Dodgo City, Kan,, 04;
Bipmarrk, Dak., 82; New Orleans, .
Tfie report for July of United States
Hospital Surgeon Carter, at this point, is
as follows: Number of patients remaining
under treatment from the mouth before,
twenty-two; number admitted during the
month, forty-four; total, Bixty-six; number
ot patients discharged during the month,
forty-three; deserted, none; died, none;
number remaining under treatment,
twenty -three ; aggregate number of
day s treatment furnished,, six hundred
and seven; number of oubtiJ. Vitieota,
eighty-six; number of times icliet' furnish
ed such patients, one hundred and twenty
two; number of applicants rejected, thir
teen. Tho cost of maintaining tho hospital
during tho month was live hundred and
three dollars and eighty-seven cents.
The Louisana branch of tho Iron
Mountain railroad, formerly called the
Camben branch, is being pushed through
very rapidly. Two and one-half miles of
track have already been laid. The gang
are laying at present at the rate of one mile
per day. Tho object of tho Iron Mountain
company fi to finish this branch through
as rapidly as possible, so that they may es
tablish tho cotton trade the coming fall. It
is thought that in the time to como this
will be ono of tho main lines of the Iron
Mouutaiu road, so as to have a direct route
from St. Louis to New Orleans; and, ac
cording to tho present understanding, this
road will leave Camden a few miles to the
left, it is proposed to push tho work rapid
ly through to the LouUvlllo line, and its
course penetrates not only a rich agricul
tural region, but some of tho finest timber
land in tho Btate.
On Inst Sunday Mr, T. E. Clark, late
train master of tho Cairo and Vincennes
railroad at this point, went to Vincennes
for the purpose of settling up his business
with tho road at that end of the line,
preparatory to taking his permanent de
parture for St. Paul, Minnesota. Upon his
arrival there he found that there was moro
to do than lie had expected and that a very
agreeable surprise awaited him. Ho was
immediately taken in charge by
tho employes of the road at Vincennes,
escorted to a special train, and brought
back to a point about seven miles this side
of the city, where, in a beautiful grove,
surrounded by nature, wildly beautiful,
and, by tho smiling faces of many friends,
ho was hanqucttcd in a grand style. Long
tables were spread gorgeously with the best
things that the markets, the confeetionaries
and the skilled hands of willing cooks could
furnish, and Mr. Clirke was invited to
partake of a farewell meal with his friends.
Before beinc permitted to do so, however,
ho was presented with a quantity of gold
coin by tho employes of tho road as evi
dence of tho high esteem in which they
held hi in. Tho presentation speech was
made by Congressman Cobb, of Knox coun
ty, Indiana. During his stay in this city
Mr. Clarke and his estimable wife mado
many friends who will join his ban
queters of Vincennes in wishing them eve
ry good. Mr. Clarke has now departed
for his new quarters at St. Paul, Minn,
where he occupies the position ot train
master of tho Chicago, St. Paul & Omaha
railroad, which is eight hundred miles in
length. Ho is succeeded hero by Mr. W.
I. Allen, of Toledo, Ohio, uutil recently
connected with the Texas Pacific railroad.
Cairo's last rain, not counting the few
drops of yesterday evening, was on Sunday,
June 28th, when, it will bo remembered,
Thomas Clark's blacksmith shop, on Thir
teenth street, was struck by lightning.
Since then tho people of Cairo have been
compelled to depend upon tho rivers and
cisterns for water. The result of this to
streets and gardens that are not sprinkled
and to property generally is known
to those who are here to see
and can easily be guessed by those who are
not. But, being human, the people of
Cairo find some consolation in the fact that
they do not alone gutter from what appears
to be and what a certain great half-brccd
would term "a want of proper management
on tho part of the eternal mover of the
heavens;" for from every part ot the stato
como the cries and prayers for ratn. Salem,
Ills., says that it is time to pray for rain;
that there has not been a drop of water
from above for six weeks and that stock and
man alike are suffering. At St. Joe the
farmers are becoming uneasy about the
corn crop and if rain does not tall within
a very few days, over half tho crop will be
lost; Pan a, Ills., roust have rain within ten
days or there will be neither bay nor corn;
at Clinton all crops are suffering severely
and at Decatur pasturing is being ruined
by the blazing sun. In Kentucky and
Missouri a similar condition of affairs pre
vails. Such weather suggests forcibly the
necessity of water works for Cairo. The
time has certainly arrived, when this sub
ject merits the serious attention of men
with a few thousand dollar which they
would invest profitably. Not less than a
thousand families iu the city are dependent
upon the rivers for a great part of the water
they use, and the greater number of these
would not hesitate to patronize a stand
pipe if one were erected in the city. A
few thousand dollars invested would, hero
as it does elsewhere, bring the investors a
Crowe, tho Peoria manufacturer of tho
dynamite medicines which were sent to
Liverpool some time ago has been interview
ed and ho has created quite a furror in news
papers by his utterances. By the descrip
tion he gave of the machines in question it
is evident that he is intimatily acquainted
with them, and the reporter who interview
ed him is satisfied that he is tho man who
made them. He said the machines were of
a zinc interior, in which the clock-work
and explosives were packed. The clock
work operated with a spring, and after Bix
days' running, it liberated a hummer sumo
thing liko a gun trigger, which struck a
percussion cap and ignited tho charge.
The charge consists of bo ounce and a half
of the fulminate of silver and a pound and
a l,.lfuf dynamite, and would destroy tho
largest block ot buildings in the world.
The whole thing weighed forty-five pounds
England, did not conduct an honor
ablo warfare herself, and could not expect
others to do so. If she did not do justice
to Ireland every English ship would be sent
to the bottom, until the people would no
longer dare to embark in them; every gov
ernment building would be torn down, and
a system of terrorism begun. He claims
that there are many of these dreaded ma
chines already completed. Some are in
France in charge of trustworthy patriots,
who would use them. They had already
greatly worried the British ; had destroyed
the Manchester post offlco and the Victoria
docks, at a loss of $50,000, they had ex
ploded the machines at Talford and Glas
gow, at London and Liverpool, and inflict
ed an aggregate loss of 50,000,000 pounds.
Crowo spoke iu an cosy and dignified man
ner, and was in no way excited at his hum
ble recital. Ho says the manufacture t
the machines still goes on. Crowo has boen
arrested on a warrant sworn out by tho
British vico consul at New York, which
was sent to the United States authorities of
JU.TICU BOniNSON's COCItT TE8TERDAY.
Joseph Patton, for assault and battery,
was fined five dollars and costs.
John Roberts, for flghting.as fined
five dollars and costs.
F. M"f Boyed, for abusing Mr. John Fry,
was fined five dollars and costs.
Jack Hamilton, who refused to assist
Officer John Tyler in the arrest of two
negro women on Twelfth street a day or
two ago, was fined five dollars and costs
for bo doing.
Alfred James and Richard Girdle, tho
two negroes who were arrested by
Sheriff Hodges and Deputy Fitzgerald on
Wednesday for assaulting and beating
Okum Murry at Beech Ridge, were exam
ined in Justico Robinson's court and
acquittted, tho evidence being in their
Mr. Durell, the architect of the new ele
vator, has gone to Chicago for a short visit.
Mrs. Corliss and daughters leave to-day
for Dixon Springs to spend several weeks.
Captain Thomas W. Shields returned
from Chester, III., on the steamer Belle
Memphis yesterday morning.
Jimmic Cannon is still very low. As soon
as his strength will admit, bo will go to St.
Marys' on Lake Superior, in search of
Mr. R. S. Waddell has assumed the du
ties of superintendentof the Cairo Box and
Basket factory since the resignation of Mr.
Messrs. Barclay Bros, have secured an
other assistant in their Ohio levee drug es
tablishment in the person of Mr. Jay Mor
rison, of Taylot7illc, 111,, who arrived Wed
nesday. Mrs. F. I). McVitty left on the Illinois
Central train yesterday afternoon, en route
for Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she will
join her husband, who has accepted a posi
tion in a large music house there.
Mr. Haz. Martin, tho city jailer, left for
St. Louis yesterday. From there he will
go to some resort and stay a whilo to re
cuperate his health, which has been bad
for a few weeks past. During his absence
Mr. Guy Morse has charge of the jail.
Mr. Egbert Smith of the firm of
Smith Bros., left yesterday afternoon
for a trip to the north
and cast. He goes first to Chicago and
from thence direct to Bradford, Canada,
where he will spend a few weeks with his
relatives. He will be gone about a month.
New Territory Acquired.
Our days of rheumatism are well ni&h
numbered according to an Illinois ex
change. St. Jacobs Oil enters a rheumatic
territory, and conquers every subject.
That's right. We believe in it.
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to be the best, as well as the cheap
est harrow that has ever been offered to the
farmer. I sell a first class standard two
horse harrow that will easily harrow 20
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can be ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted to givo
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer wishes to
make it at home and save freight, and give
is just the size and weight he want, I will
tell the plan with instructions and right
to make one, and seiul it by mail tor one
dollar. If village mechanics wish to make
it to supply their customers, I will give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition the advantage gained by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to make. Send for circular and price
tlis, S. Hutchinson, Griggsville, Pike Co.,
Mhh. A. N. Fkank, 177 West Tuppcr
Street, Buffalo, N. Y., says she has used
Thomas' Eclectric Oil for severe toothache
and neuralgia, and considers it the best
thing she knows of for relieving pain.
Paul G.Schuh, Agent.
Mrs. Ira Mulholland, Albany, N. Y.,
writes: "For several years I have suffered
from oft-recurring billious headaches, dys
pepsia, and complaints peculiar to my sex.
Since using your Burdock Blood Bitters I
am entirely relieved." Price $1.00, trial
size H) cents.
Benj. F. Gkafton, Story B. Ladd
Halbekt E. Paine.
Late Commissioner of Patents,
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,
Attornevi-at Law and Solicitor! of America! and
412 FIFTH STREET, WASHINGTON, D. C.
Practice patent law In all Hi branches in the
Patent Office, and in the Supreme and Circuit
Conrta of the United States. Pamphlet sent Ire
on iecelpt of atamp for pottage.
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ing, graining, varnishing, polishing, kalsomlng
Ac. 50 cts. Book of Alphabet, 60. Book of Fancy
Allihabota. M. Nlirn. Carriage. Car. Fresco, and
Decorative Painting, BO. Japanoae Ornamentation
t'i. Standard Hlgn Writer, S3. Standard Scroll
Book, tl. Scrolls and Ornaments, (Londolpbo) f l.
Or hooksellora or by mall- JESSE IIANBY
CO. US Naseastroet, N. T.
A O O weok In own town, f 5 outfit free. Vo
JnOOrl Reader, if you want a buelneaa
Vv "which peraona of either aei can make great
Say all the time th work, write for particulars to
I. BALLET! CO.. Portland.
A COOKINO 6TO VB for tale, with two Iron potd
n. two Dane pana ana iwa gnuaies; win u iu
for tun dollars. Apply at Bulletin office.
Morgan Park Military Accarteniy.
The best Boys' Rnardlng School. In the West
Prepares for Collide, HclunllAo School or I'm,
ncss. Location attractlre and tluvated. HessloH
heglns Sp. IS, 1H1. Hi-nd for catalogue to Can'''
ED N. KIRK TALCOTT, Prln., MorgNn Part-
Cook Co., 111.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
'Wholesale Dealer in Ice
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WEL!
PACKED FOR SHIPPING. v
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor.TwelftlfStreet and Levee
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES V
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Manufacturer ol anl Dealer in 1 "I'
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WAlj
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DOS TO OKDE )
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
MILL AND COMMISSION'.
J ALU DAY BROTHERS,
FLOUR. GRAIN AnBUaY
Propnwtorai j i
Egyptian Flouring Mills5
Hiirhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat. 1
VARIETY STORE. 1
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock '
IN '11 IK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEU & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street l PiliM Til
Commercial Avenue I VIU1U lilt
THE IOE KING.
Rady now, to furnish and dellvnr ICS In any
qnautliy both wholeiale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
f respectfully solicit the patronage of all my q
friends and as many new ouea, and irnarantiieth
J At'Oll KLK"