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CITY AND COD NTT
rpj'L LOCAL ITEMS.
, j'.uU column, einht centu per Hn fr
Brif.t iivj cente .,urltn, ,ch u equent tntor-
Author Fire Company's Ball.
Tlio hull which was to have been given
by thu Anchor Fire Company at its hall on
last Tuesday, and which was postponed be
cause of tlu) funeral of President Garfield,
will be given by thu company at its hall on
Commercial avenue, between Twenty
seventh and Twenty-eighth streets on next
Tuesday night, October 4th.
4, Uy order of the committee.
THKEE nOJfDKED MKN
To work on a railroad, wajws $1.50 per
day, board f 3.50 per week.? For further
information seo C. Manley, Court llouso
Hotel, Cairo, 111.
All persons having claims or accounts
against Ei neat B.Potit, are requested to
present the sumo for adjustment on Octo
ber ist. Ernest B. Pettit.
If you want an o)ster stew or fry to tako
home, co to DeUaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
A stew or fry from DoBaun's 5C Oliio levco.
Ice, Wliolesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
pans of th city during summer, serving
w t,i mourners -in Quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Turc Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., lvanKas.ee, in. 101
cphono So. D2. F. M. Wakd.
An m-stiT st(w or frv from DeBaun's 50
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All (its stopped tree, bend to Udl Arcn
struct, Philadelphia, Penn.
The U. S. Government uses ilowe Scales.
Semi for catalogue to Borden, Selleck &
C General Agents, Chicago, 111. (2)
at Do Bauu'6 5li Ohio Leyee.
Tue very best family medicine is
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleanse the bowels, purify the blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. (6)
Use Tuk Cairo Bcllktw Bcratch books,
lor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or $ 1.00 per dozen.
iu cans at De Baun's.
For Sale at Greenfield's Landing,
I oifer for sale my store house, residence,
and three acres of land. The store is 19x
70, and dwelling comprises 5 rooms and
kitchen. The location is first-class for busi
ness. A county road passes on each side ot
the place. For particulars apply to
John Tanner, Greenfield's Landing, Mo.
Fresh, arrival of Select Oysters at Avin
ger&Tharp's Restaurant and European Ho
tel, Ohio Levee, pext to City National Bank,
every day, and served up to order in the
best style, cooked or raw, at any hour of day
or night. Also lor sale at lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family use
in cans at De Baun's.
A Fine Farm
TO l.EAFli KOll A TERM OF YEARS.
I will loose my farm at Pulaski 16 miles
from Cairo, to a good tenant for a term of
years. 1 he farm Is rich bottom and tim
bered upland. Rood for fruit and earlv
hardening; two living springs of water that
have shown no signs of failing this present
dry season ; new two story dwelling of 7
rooms within five minutes walk of railroad
depot, poBUimce and telegraph office;
mineral water as good as the best can be
obtained by driving. At a little exnense
a fish pond fed by living water can be
made and stocked with nativo fish. The
wheat crop this season yielded 15 ' bushels
to the aero and corn will yield TO bushels to
the acre'. As a dairy farm, the place is un
equaled. New farm implements, cows,
bones, etc. will be sold with the leaso
desired. Parties are invited to visit the
place or address mo by letter.
E. M. Lowk, Pulaski. Ills.
Enquiries may bo made at Tub Bulletin
omce.or of J. JI. Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
at De Baun's 50 Ohio Levco.
OmcE of TrtK Cairo Street Ry. Co. (
, Cairo, III,, Sept. 23d, lb81.(
The first annual meeting ot tho stock
holders of the Cairo Street Railway Co.
will bo held on Monday, the third day of
October proximo, at three o'clock p. in.,
at the depot office of said company. All
stockholders arc respectfully requested to
attend, as a new board of directors are to
be elected and such other business trans
acted as may como before the meeting.
Thomas Lewis, Sec'y.
lt, Oysters by the Can
at Do Baun i 50 Ohio Levee.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
JIattio 8. an elegant small Havana
cigar, at Bobuh's.
-jfor Ladies' and Gents' fine shoes go to
iusuii Eirrhth Htroet.
fay twenty-five cars of Texas
tho iron ,ArP"!'1, 1,18 city tot northern
place tho iuoulallu
A stow or fry from Peru's 50 Ohio levee.
. r un kruYmir letter and check were
i "'V KI i. ... , l.l twu.lvn "
tcrdiiyJ J- l was inucuu ,
brick residence, on tho north side of Sixth
street, is up and work continues.
Justice J. II. Robinson's now cigar
stand is nearly finished, and promises to be
ono of tho handsomest in the city.
Tho ordinances of the city need another
revision. Thcro are many important new
ordinances, which are not in tho present
Flag stono will be tho material used in
tho construction of the walk iu front of
Mr. John Gates' new brick business house,
on Commercial avenue.
Tho Ohio river fell one inch at this
pointduringtho twenty four hours ending at
1 :1 1 p.m., yesterday. It marked eleven feet
six inches on the guage.
The steamboat butchering establish
ment of Messrs. Jesse Hinkle & Son is now
fairly under way. Mr. Joseph Aboil, the
manager, was very busy yesterday.
The walls of the- brick cngino and
boiler houso of the Dixie cotton seed oil
manufacturing company are nearly up t
the renuirod heiirht. Tho foundations for
the other buildings are boina laid.
Tho holy communion will bo celebrated
in the Presbyterian church next Sunday
mornine, and preparatory services will bo
held by Rev. B. Y. George in the church to
morrow (Saturday) evening. A large at
tendance is desired.
Col. KenLctt, chict ot tho St. Louis
police force, and four St. Louis detectives
are in pursuit of tho Maxwell brothers, or
Williams hoys as they are more familiarly
known, who killed several county officers
in Wisconsin and Illinois. Other posses
are also in hot pursuit.
The Anchor firo company will givo its
ball, which was postponed becnuso of the
funeral of the late president Garfield, next
Tuesday night, as may be seen from special
locals this morning. Parties holding tick
ets to the ball advertised for last Tuesday
will be entitled to admission.
All parties holding tickets for Mr. D.
F. King's privato excursion to St. Louis
next Sunday, will please notice that the
train leaves Cairo at 7:40 a. m., instead of
9 :40. No passengers are taen in. these
coaches after leaving Cairo, and tho num
ber is limited to torty passengers to e;ich
coach. Those wishim; a peasant trip to
St. Louis should secure their tickets to-d.iy,
as there are but 21 now for sale.
-From the weather report published
elsewhere it appears that the temperature
in the north and west during tlm t'Veniy
four hours ending yesterday at 2 11
p.m. At :nk, Iowi, thi riau wis '2:i
degrees; at iJub-.que, H: at D:mmporT, IT:
at Dodge City, 13; at St. Louu, M; :tt
Omaha, 1(5. At this point the thernv.ir.e
ter stood at 86 at the ho'ir above men ',.',!:'!,
being a rise of 7 degTfres during th pre
ceding twenty-four hours.
The mission, which has been in pro
gress at St. Joseph '3 Catholic church every
day this week, still continues every day and
will last until Bund ay next. The exerciser
consist of holy mass in the morning an 1
discourses in the evening. So far the at
tendance has increased every day, and the
exercises have been growing more interest
ing every day. Tho gentlemen who are
conducting tho mission are scholars of
much ability and earnest in the work
which they have undertaken.
So far tho new opera bouse gives
promise of being an unusually substantial
structure, combining both internal elegancy
and comfort, and external grandeur. The
four most important points in any build
ing, where largo assemblages of people will
bo held, i.e. strength, ventilation, exits
and scats affording an unobstructed view
of tho stage, are well represented in this
building. The latter point in particular
will always bo a source of much satisfac
tion to tho theatre-goinn people of the city.
Tho efforts made within the last few-
days by Mayor Thistlewood and Marshal
Myers in taming the wild hotel runners and
Lackmen, tho latter especially, arc com
mondable, Tho marshal and police officers
are awakoned to the enormity of tho evil
which intimidates all who may come to
Cairo by the many public highways, und
will seek to enforce tho ordinances against
all who may bo truilty of
persecuting incoming travelers by
"bull-dozing" them out of their baggage.
A card on wharf-boat No. 1 warns nil
runners and hackmcn that they aro pro
hibited from coming aboard to solicit cus
tom for their respective hotels and public
conveyances. The' owners of tho wharf
boat have found it necessary to tako this
step in order to protect the traveling public
againBt the persecutions of a gang of loud
mouthed negroes, who rudely force them
selves upon the notice of every passenger
and often completely blockade the stage
plank. Tlus travelling men and women
have been most always compelled to wait
on the boat until tho pleasuro of the bold
solicitors permitted them to come oh", or
they were compelled to elbow their wnv
through the close, odorous crowd. The
pJrt,t0M 01 wharf boat doubtless
Queen" Vuf a11 'WSS1 PMwS"
17th ot August, presented
Ulers jvuo fougjit lu tho Jatp A.
MRO pyyTtLBTW.J1 FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 80, 1881.
an bk tintum!
half past sevil'r'Y', j,ft(l )CiSQ m tno L,m.
K'one. The mr ; itnith Bros, for many years
Pillow and O:. iuiitt faithful, were hurried at
strong ono. iiio graveyard yesterday,
prayers of iUmj)ur ()f cltizcnBt merchants and
Wltll l nt-n lit tliiti I'firlv (Inu fYnmlninnr tlm
r -i " J j - -o
"gas pipes running into thoir houBcs aixl
having them to arranged that tho expocted
biting frosts of tho coming winter will not,
as heretofore, freeze tho water in them and
thus stop tho ilow of gas. This trouble
lias caused much profanity and incon
veuience, especially to merchants, in past
winters, hence tho precaution taken by
some to avoid it iu the future.
The maximum tompcrature tor six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 78; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 85; Davenport, Iowa, 83; Dubuque,
Iowa, SI; Keokuk, Iowa, 87; LaCrosse,
Wis., 70; Leavenworth, Kas., 70; Louis
ville. Ky., 87; Memphis, Tenn., ; Nash
ville, Tenn., ; Omaha, Nob., 70; Pitts
burg, Pa., 8!); Shreveport, La., ; St.
Louis, Mo., 89 ; St. Paul, Minn., 07 ; Vicks
burg, Miss., ; North Platto, Neb., 00;
Yankton, Dak., ; Bismarck, Dak.,;
Dodge City, Kan., 82.
At about 13 :30 o'clock yesterday after
noon a horse attached to a baggage wagon
standing near the Uuion depot on Commer
cial aveiiup becaino frightened at some
thing and ran up the avenue
at a brake neck snood, turnintr
up Pighth street toward Ohio levee,
and caip.e to a Btop near Magistrate Com
iug's office. The immediate cause of the
horse's starting was probably that ho was
imt tied, and tho immediate causo of his
stopping was that the wagon turned com
pletely over and was too much of a load
for the lazy animal. Though the ordinance
against permitting horses to stand in tho
streets without being securely tied was
shattered into smithereens, the horse, har
ness and wagon were uainjured. Tho team
belonged to Captain James Biggs and was
in charge of a careless negro driver when
The ice box used by Messrs. Hinkle A
S hi in their meat establishment on Ohio
levee is a model ouc. Its walls are
on the atr chamber order and it is divided
into three compartments. The largest is in
the rear end, about eiht by twelve feet in
dimensions and about seven nd a hIf feet
high; this is tho rvvtu where the meat is
kept and is divided from the front rwni by
an air-tight will aad door. Ttu front room
'a about ten feet big'a aad about tiw by
v'.-i&z twt m UinwHstoo. fcntwactf to to.:s
is g-iiued by .!s:h door, wish 4 vki'ir
for 'JiC'ir. which, when cloned, uxdUiit.'B
v.ui outer air i!iuir;ly. This rn)iu
Ubml lor various purposes.
uid ::oiiiruns two iuro tubs which ro-
-.wtn tun iiitiatiin UHIll IUU ICO. 171Q ma
mom is liiovv) vim meat mum, urtendH over
vhii ifiirir'i length ami' bnmth or thin mem
xad will carry enough ice at me,e to k.p
tliii i.uv e.i.iii for i wek. T'lWr. may h
i"-!'..-r hows in tlm dry of similar patten,
in.r, jiorr.apn. not wo'lwr of ln amft si.
--Tt !.i likftly th.-if the pn'v.. Softools in
ci; will h mow txrpt'i&i this year
than they w.rft Us y-ir, h.ncAit mj not
oat of .ordr-r to ngg!s. in advnoft thf
fh''-. sr.hixii hoard wx.te. ai'lditiontl
room to arcornmoilntft the crowd r.f
o ki:m'i r. !,o w. agtr for an Hncafion.
Lur.t year, o-t is known, t?ie roim was not
ne :r v-:n'a to the demand, and many pa-
n-nU pref'-rrH to keep th:ir children at
lioiiie rather than sftnd them to schools
which were necessarily renderwl s'imewhat
unliealth) by overcrowding. The teachers,
too, in some instances found it very incon
venient and sometimes almost impossible to
give the proper attention to all
their scholars, and it is a surprise
that some of them did such
satisfactory work under the circumstances.
The board has doubtless recognized this
fact and will seek to supply tho want in
case it makes Itself felt this season as it did
last. The old Christian church on Eight
centh street, between Washington avenue
and Walnut street, might be loased and
would answer thu purpose in question well.
Ono hundred and thirteen street lamps
are now being lighted in different parts ot
the city every night that is not a moonlight
night and the fact is a sourco of much com
fort to tho many citizens who aro induced,
either by business or pleasure, to bo out
upon the streets after sun down. The
highest number of lamps lighted in former
years was ninety eight, being fifteen less than
now; und to light the ninety-eight lamps in
former years cost tho city considerable moro
than do tho hundred and thirteen now, tho
price of gas being then four and a half dol
lars per ono thousand cubic feet and only
two and three quarter dollars per thousand
now; so that about one hundred and sixty-
live lumps could now bo used for no greater
expense than ono hundred formerly cost.
Nothing sets a city off better at night than
street lamps, and perhaps no city needs
them moro than does Cairo. They are an
important auxiliary to the police
force of the city, which is very
Binall (but "loud") for a city of Cairo's
size, 'lliey aro a protection to tho persons
of pedcstrninson tho streets and to property
whim tho citizens are away from homo;
they aro a good investment for the
city in every way and thoreforo
the moro there nro of them tho better, pro
vided, of course, they are well scattered all
over tho city and always lighted when tho
lights above are invisible.
Rev. Kone will leave to-day for homo,
Mr. L. P. Parker, of Tho llalliday, has
returned from hiB trip Hast.
Miss Eva Hhopard, sister of Mrs. W. F,
Whitaker, returned to tho city yesterday.
Mr. James Smith, of tho firm of Smith
Bros., is iu St. Louis on business ot impor
Ex-Governor Safford, to whom refcrenco
is made elsewhere, now resides in Boston
Mrs. Wm. Pitts, of Belleville, 111., is in
the city, visiting her sister, Mrs. E. W
Mr. Joseph Malono,of Tho llalliday, ex
pects to leave on a visit to his homo in Co
lumbus, Ohio, soon.
Dr. II. U. Carter, who lias been visiting
relatives in Virginia for somo weeks, is ex
pected to return to-night.
Misses Ilackstalf and Riley, teachers in
tho Cairo public schools, have arrive!
from the north and are ready for duty.
Rev. Scorrctt, of tho Methodist church
is away from tho city to bring his family
from his former home, Brighton, Ills., to
Mr. J. W. Everly and his sister, also Mrs
W. II. Ray, will leave to-morrow afternoon
for St. Louis to witness the grand proces
sionoftho Veiled Prophets, which takes
place in that city next week.
Mr. R. F. Jones, of tho Chicago, St
Louis and New Orleans railroad office, in
this city, left yesterday evening for Rock
ford, Intl., on a visit to his parents, who
contemplate a visit to Florida in search of
a homo. Ho will bo gono about ten days
EX-GOVEKXOtt SAFFORD MARRIED
In the New North West, a paper pub
lished iu Montana Territory, appears the
following item ot interesting news:
"Ex-Governor A. P. K. SafTord was mar
ried to Miss Bouillas, a Spanish lady ot
Tucson, Arizona, Sept. 10th."
Ex-Governor Safford is tho brother of
A. B. Safford deceased, of this city, there
fore his marriage is an event of interest to
the people of Cairo.
ALEWVNPKK COINTV, PKITEMBF.H
Wm. Stratton aud wife to Carter and
Mary Hutchinson; special warranty deed
dsted SeptemU'r 2Sth, 1881, for lot num
bered thirty-eight, in block numbered sixty
uim1, in the cttv of Cairo.
Mrt:u Li. Saiyth to Johu P. Broderick;
jy.'cii wvrnaty deed, dated September
t?8l, for undivided ha'l of lot num
C-ereu eiht, :a tux'H uu mitred twenty-
ttjven, in the citv ot fair".
1 $w li'iii of Twih's.
A.i oid ietxii'i eaai. ia'.o the otEea
cms aiorumr -vita ,i -, , u M.rk
T-.viiu. 'vim:;: hit aev -j : u print
hefovs. As oa? tisw in !;: l.fr, M.irk
HH:i7?d joonilru in Kkufc. and he
bougt.t an old band-pret-. and went to
worit to nlighton th'i ririv-s. Tho
Litrt .Lid.' CAxZJi'-t 'it the f itixtitiitinii,
onrofs along, a !ramp, sour-looking, for
woi lc. Jin st.oppod at Mark's shop, and
w:ing in, found M irk under the press
with a wrench, all covered with oil and
printer's ink, struggling with the im
prenion. Ho asked M irk where the
propri'-tor wn., nnd Mirk, looking at
him f.ooi aroiiiid the lugs of the press,
answi-red that lie was out. '1 hen Mark
wanted to know why ho asked. Claggctt
s.iid t li.it. lie w is a printer and wanted
a job. Mark looked him all over, and
asked him where he got. his good
clothes. Claggetl said that he was just
out of his npprelife.ihlp, nnd his old
fos made liini ti present of them.
Mark shook hi.; head sadly, and re
plied: "You lake proper good caro of
tin in, young iii in, for iw long as you
stay alt It, business you will never havu
another so good." (,'liiggott seltlinl
down by Mark, and eventually bought
the (,'nii.iiliih'(iii. and ran it until tho
day of his death, but lie always remem
bered what Mark told him, for it was
true. That pair of garments was tho
best he ever bad. I'ton'n ,hjunm(.
" Maskeo ! more bolter I dio," was
the exclamation with which a woman
greeted Mr. Morgan, of tho customs
service, as ho dragged her out of a dock
at Hankow, China. And she was right,
for early tho next morning alio was
drowned by hor two brothers-in-law,
whoso previous attempt Mr. Morgan
had frustrated. The second timo, in
order to make suro work of it, they
took hor out into tho middle of tho riv
er in a boat, pinioned hor arms, fast
ened a stono around her neck, attached
a lino to her waist and throw her into
tho river. When KuHieient timo had
elapsed to niako it certain that alio was
dead they pulled up tho body by tho
rope attacliod to the waist, took it
ashore and buried it with tho usual
rites. The crimo of the docoasod was
stated to bo that she refused to marry
an old man; she, being a fino, bloom
ing widow, wanted something bettor.
A Dog That Catches Olams.
John Hopkins, our popular clam von
dor, has a novelty iu tho way of a clam
ruining dog. So prolieiuM has ho bo.
come in his newly acquired profession
that a few days "ago ho followed his
master to the "fiats" and caught no
less than throo hundred clamsr taking
ono clam at a timo and plneing thoin
all in one liugo pilo. Tho most curious
part, however, is that ho can find them
under tho sand. Tho clam sign is
somewhat similar to that of tho man
ninoo a little hole in tho Hand about
the sizo of a gnrdon poa. During low
wiitor, when tho flatsaro dry, the dog
will search diligently for these signs,
and when found digs with his paws un
til the clam is brought to light, then
taking it in liin mouth ho enrnos it to
his pilo, and thus ho keeps on until his
mastor lias secured clams onougli or tho
tide comes in and prevents further work.
J'AUlern Shun Vojiiilau.
Jn this city in the lino of clothing is tho PALACE CLOTH-
TT1 TT-fTfT1 mi .!.. i. -1 - '
in w nviJi5i!i. ineir block oi
Is complete, Their beautiful styles of splendidly made and
line fitting garments attract the attention of most
everybody, and their
VERY REASONABLE PRICES
Give full satisfaction to their many old and new customers.
Tt pays you well to give them a call before purchasing.
Palace Clothing House,
108 Commercial A.ve,
J. BURGER & BRO.
. Worthless Stuff.
Not so fast my friend; if you could see
the strong, healthy, blooming men, women
and children that have been raised from
beds of sickness, suffering and almost
doath, by the use of Hop Bitters, you would
say, "Glorious and invaluable remedy."
See another column. Philadelphia Press.
The Keasnn Why.
Tho tonic effect of Kidney-Wort is pro
duced by its cleaning and purifying action
on tho blood. Where there is a gravelly
deposit in the urine, or milky, ropy urine
from disordered kidneys, it cures without
fail. Constipation and piles readily yield
to its cathartic nnd healing power. Iut up
in dry vegetable form or liquid (very con
centrated;, either act prompt and sure.
Publishing a Newspaper Under Difficul
ties. Seldom in tho history of journalism
has a newspaper leen issued 'Under
greater difl'uiulties and amid U'ss cob
genial surroundings than tho Xwot of
the (-amp, which was published during
the 100 days' siege of Pretoria. Tho
oditor thus describes the conditions un
der which tho feat was accomplished:
A bungelow fAr & printing ollice, with
canvas thrown over tus unfinished roof,
through which tho rain freely penetrat
ed, a gentle waterspout running down
the compositor's ba k as he stood with
bandolier of Mrtini-IIenry cartr'dg
es over his shoulder, his white apron
for a uniform, composing stick in hand
and his rifle lying suggestively near
his printing frame; the editor's (juar
ters an army bell tent and a transport
wagon, the space- between ingeniously
roofed in with a tattered sail stretched
on telegraph poles; their work, editing
a paper by day and on guard up to the
knee in mud at night, or sleeping in a
pair of leather breeehos, long boouj
and jack-spurs." Tho forty numbers,
of four pages each, foolscap nizn, havo
recently appeared in bound form, rn
bellishod with fourteen photographic
illustrations of tlm siirn.
The Springfield iVoeoy At 'essays
there's no necklace so beautiful as a
pair of handsooie female arms. That's
an arm-ameut worthy of a husband and
father; but, young man you may get
your neck broken iu such a lace it's
Tho Chilblain Question.
Tho reward offered by tho Hay Fever
A-sociation for antidotes for chilblains
brought tho following recipes:
"Soak tho feet for throo successive
nights in soft soap, nnd then leavo them
out on tho roof of tho woodshed iu tho
sun for a week."
"Knock the horns off your neighbor's
cow, bake to a powder and rub tho feet
twice a week."
"Hub your feet with buttermilk, and
then givo the buttermilk to tho poor."
"Hang your feet on a cast-iron hook
driven into a cherry tree and smoko
them for four days with cedar chips."
Clear head and voice, casv breathinir.
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and hear
iiiL', no coti'di, no distress. There aro con
ditions brought about in catarrh by the use
of Sandford's Hadica! Cure. Complete treat
ment lor fl.
"I have suffered beyond endurance,"
"My life has been a been a burden to mo."
"I havo been denied tho pleasure of so
ciety." Extracts from testimonials of thoso
cured of skin nnd scrofulous humors by tho
QAIRO CITV FERRY CO.
THREE lEkl STATES.
On andiflor Monday, Jnnofth, and until lurthor
notlcu the forryboit will mnko trljn as follows;
Fot Fourth it.
8:80 a. m!"
10:30 a. u.
8:30 p. in.
Kentucky Ld ft.
9 a. m.
11 a. m.
B;00 p. m.
8:00 1. m.
10:00 a. m,
ACOOKINO HToVK for ni'e, with Iwolron pott
two bke ntn aud ti Kriddlen will ba tuld
fur tun dollars. Apply t liuileiiu ofllco.
.-Opened Jolfl. 1SM.-
l"A new aud toniptfte Iloitl, ltu ilcrttur
biUt tnd all modern liupruvemmu.
Ttrnii I.50 to U0 per day, according to Joca
tlun of room.
Ii. 1 l'AKKKK Ac CO., 1a(-.
STOVES AND T1NWAKK.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER A BHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOKK DONS TO OUDKR.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
THE IOK KING.
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quantity both whoUaalo and rotatl, and at
BOCK BOTTOM PRICES,
t rarniuttrull iollclt tha natmnaio of all B7 fA
frlunda and ai many new ones, aud RnarantMthiim
laturaction. JAl'OB SLI.