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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, ' MAY 19, 182.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
EM : Boiletla Balldlnc WtiblnKtoo Avmm
aVT&BKD AT THE 1WT OmCl IN CAIRO, IL
UNOI8, A SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
uriwiAL PArKn op cit? and oocnty
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Motieon lii tliii' column, iiliint cunU per lit?o for
ri and (lv ceuta pur lino Bach ulmoqueut Inter
lion. For oun wuok, 30 cuutt pur Ituu. Fur ono
month, AO cent per line
Washington avenue, corner Seventh
stroot. (vi tiny board at reasonable
rates. Meal tickets fur transient board
era. Mus. Phil K. Howakd.
lltHicipt books, Cairo (Into line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid for sale at tlio Cairo bulletin
Foil Rest. Cottage on lflth street. Ap
ply to Mrs. Fitzgerald, Bulletin building.
Having built a new oven of largo capaci
ty, I have now recommenced baking bread
ot all kinds, which can bo had fresh every
day at my place of business, tlio Union
Bakery, on Commercial avunuo below Sixth
troet. lw. Fit an k Kuatkv.
ICE I ICE!!
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice house and olBco id ut present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and Oth streets. Orders will bo
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
rotail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
For Rent Dwelling.
I will rent my house on Fifteenth street
to a responsible tenant. Houso contains
ton rooms besides brick basement with din
ing room, kitchen, pantry and wash room,
and is in good condition. Apply to mo on
the premises or at Barclay Bro's Ohio levee
drug store. J as. S. Reahdicn.
300,000 Brick fur Sale.
I have now in my brick yard ready for
delivery threo hundred thousand brick, and
will have plenty to fill all orders during
the summer. . Jacob Kline.
A cottage on Division street near the
court house, for particulars sue 8t.
Bproat's Rotail Ice Box.
CousuuioiB of ice arc notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in CundiiFs store where
Ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bu punched at this stand
Jtiat tho sauic as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Piano for Rent.
A flno piano for rent on easy terms. Ap
n!y to E. A. Bi'DEit.
Rooms, furnished or unfurnished on sec
ond floor of Tub Huixetin building. Ap
ply, up Btairs, Mrs. Fitzgerald.
UseTaKCAiiio Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered , jute
manllla, equally good for Ink or pencil. For
sale, In threo sizes, ut the nflice. No. 2 and
I. Ave and ten cents each by tho single one,
by the dozen or btho hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through tho season
delivering ice to all parts of tho city. I
have also an ice hox on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my ollice on Tenth street,
at O. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
Orders may be left. A share of your bus
iness la solicited and orders will receive
prompt and carelul attention.
' Geo. W. Si-k.nck.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be given boiuo cnterpriseiug man
in l ua bulletin liuihiing, winch is now
offered for sale on eas terms, fong timo
and low rate of interest. Tho building
has rented for tho past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
Tho property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40xGO and a
two story 10 x 43. Has a frontage of 00
foeton Washington avenue and 150 feet on
Uth street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, fee, in the 2 story building
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
drcss this office, or John II. Oberly, Bloom
A protuin nt gentleman in Cerro Gordo
County, Iowa, writes us that be finds Kid-ey-Wort
to lt tho best remedy ho ever
knew for a complication of diseases It is
the Bpeeilie action which it has on tho liver,
kidneys Mid bowels, which gives it such
curative tmwer, and it is the thousands of
cures which it is performing which gives it
its groat ccieurny. Liquid, (very ennccn.
tratod) or dry, Iwth act efficiently. N. II
Journal and Courier.
To all who ure Buffering from the errors
t and Indiscretions or youth, nervous weak.
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a reopo ihat will cure you, free
of change. This great remedy was discov
' ered by a missionary in South America
Bend a soli addressed envelope to tho liev.
Joseph T. Ionian, station D, New York
It HeadH the List
of all other preparations or medicines. Id
caaos of nausea, headache, dizziness or ir
recularitios of tho system, Burdock Blood
Ditteri bate uo equal. They never fail in
AlTordlnK immediato relief. Price $1.00.
Paul O. Bchub, Agent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nuttef In tDM coiamni, W oeutt per Hue,
acb inwrtlon. Harked
Don't forget tho Tomporance picnic to
Fort Jefferson Saturday. It.
Window Bhadfis all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. tf
Wanted to rent, a cottago in good loca
tion apply with terms to Bulletin oQico.
A fino brass and string band willfurn
lsh sweet music at tho Temperanco picnic
Messrs. llinklo & son have a now,
substantial delivery wagon, for uso in con
uectiou with their meat shop.
-Mouldinirs and picture frumes at Jeff
In Justice J. If. Robinson's court two
men named respectively Harrington and
McDonald wero each fined one dollar and
costs for drunkenness.
The crowning of the May Queen will
bo an attractive fcaturo of tho Temperance
picnic at Fort Jefferson Saturday. Every
body should go. It.
Mr. John Reese returned to Cairo from
Bellevillo and Metropolis yesterday, and
wont to Mounds Junction last night to join
his children who are staying on a farm
until his son is recovered Irom varioloid.
A change of time in the running of
trains on tlio Mobile and Ohio railroad
takea effect to day. Beginning this morn
ing, tho passenger train leaves at 0:05 a.m.,
ami arrives at 8 :50 p.m.
A force of men is at work on the street
railroad trok, repairing it withjrock where
necessary. A whole barge load of rock
has arrived, which is to be used fn putting
the tiack in first class condition. Cars
will probably begin running again soon.
Mr. Leo. Klebb oilers tho use of the
rear portion of his Ohio levee building free
to any ono who will clear it of tho debriB
resulting from the late fire. Tho roof,
floor and walls aro in good condition. It.
The replevin case of Mr. Michael
Glenn against Mr. Childers, to recover a
mule which Mr. Glenn bpught from a
stranger some time ago, and which Mr.
Childers claims and took possession of
for a party in Arkansas, was up for a hear
ing in tho court of JUBtico j. H. Robinson,
yesterday, and was continued thirty days.
A little old franio house standing back
ot the Arlington house, belonging to Mr.
T. B. Ellis, was yesterday removed most
expeditiously to a vacant lot near the con
vent, a distance of about eighteen blocks
within an hour's time. It was placed on
wheels and drawn up Washington avenue
by two span of mules just as though it
wore an ordinary vehicle.
A;Bpriug(ield, Ills., Every stable keeper
oilers to furnish a team for a month to
work on the streets of the city, provided
other livery stable keepers will do tho
same and tho city will furnish a number
equal to tho whole for the same period ot
time. Although the streets of Cairo are
not good, the people have not yet found it
necessary to adopt bucIi desperate measures
to improve t'uem.
Miss. Mary J. Jordon, Bister in-law to
Messrs John A. Foore and A. Coming's, died
at tho homo of tho former, on Eleventh
street, yesterday forenoon. She had but
recently returned from a long visit to Villa
Uidgo. She, was afflicted ior some timo
with consumption which caused her final
demise. Her funeral, which, by her special
request will bo a quiet one, will take place
this afternoon, tho remains to be conveyed
to Villa Ridge for interment.
The challengo of tho "New York
Store" nine for a match game of hose ball,
to bo played in this city next Sunday after
noon, has been accepted by a select nine
calling themselves tho "Atlantics," who
propose to play nt tho time specified, two
o'clock, Sunday afternoon, at tho head of
Thirteenth street, near tho Mississippi
levee. An interesting game may be look
ed for as those who will participate in it
aro all fair players.
A dispatch to tho English papers dated
April 20 says : "Thu Pontiff, after cele
brating mass aud administering tho Eu
charist to several jicrsons yesterday, in tho
throne room, was, on retiring to his own
apartment, seized with a it, which de
prived him of bis senses for a short time.
The physician of his holiness, who was
present, declarod that it was only a passing
affection, and not of great moment." Oth
er telegrams have confirmed the statements
made about his health, and declare also that
his doctors havo recommended he should
have a change of air aud scene.
An important conference was held at
Tho Halliday yesterday by a number of
the prominent members of the Siniier
manufacturing company. The principal
topic under consideration was the contem
plated extensive additions to bo made to
tho company's already great establishment
here. In company with Captain W. P,
Halliday tho Singer party, composed of
Mr. E. II. Bennett of New York, Mr.
James Van Dyke, of Elizaboth, N. J. and
Mr. Pine of South Bend, visited the
company's workB up town and made a
thorough survey of the grounds to be ap
propriated for tho additions. It is ex
pected that the party will bo joined to-day
by Mr. Proctor, of Now York, ono of the
principal stock holders of ths company" in
this couutry,' and that a further conference
will be held.
Anna Farmer and Fruit Grower: "Tho
following may booiu iniredidle to persona
not acquainted with this fruit producing
portiouof Illiuois, but tho truth of tho state
uiont is vouchod by well known citizsnB of
Cobden, who aro is a position to know tlio
facts: Mr. W. F. Lamer, ono of our most
thorough cultivators as well as a very suc
cessful fruit grower, last season had one
acre and ono tenth sotiu a variety of straw
berries known only to himself. Ho kept a
strict record of tho pickings from this patch
and tho result was 750 cases of 24 quarts of
berries 18 quarts. This is pronounced to
bo tho largest yield from any equal aro ever
beard of in Southern Illinois. Two hun
dred esses pur atro is tho averago yield."
Wickliffo Tribune: 'Last Saturday
'Squire Stovall held an inquest at Mayfield
creek over tho bodyy of Dick Irvin, of
color. The verdict of the jury was that
'the said Dick Irvin caino to his death
from a blow on tho head with a shovel in
tho hands of Bill Cole. Papers and per
sons prejudiced against us will please bo
particular and Btato this murder 'occur
red at Wickliffo, Ballard county seat.
Most discouraging reports come from
North Ballard of tho serious damage done
by tho worm. So far as its ravages aro
concerned it matters littlo about its geueric
name whether army or meadow worm
tho results of its visit are deplorable.
Whole fields of wheat, largo meadows, some
com fluids and occasional tobacco beds
have been devastated rcuderud utterly
useless. The heavy rains destroyed large
lumbers, but left enough to do much mis
chief. This is indeed a heavy blow to our
farming community who felt so much en
couraged a short time ago over bright pros
pects for abundant crops. Wo have not
learned whether the destruction has been
so general in South Ballard, though tho
worm is also reported."
Died, at half past threo o'clock p. m.,
Wednesday, Miss Mary Jordan, sister of
Mrs. John A. Poore. Funeral services will
beheld at Mr. Poorc's residence, on 11th
street, at half past ono, this afternoon. Spe
cial funeral train will leave foot of Eighth
street at two p. m. for Villa Ridge. Friends
of tho family are invited to attend.
The case of Samuel Josephs, a negro, who
shot another negro named Fogiy, near
Messrs. Smith Bro's store some timo ago,
was called for trial upon opening of court
yesterday morning. Most of the day was
consumed in the trial of this case, and late
in the afternoon the jury brought in a ver
dict of guilty of an assault with a deadly
weapon, with intent to do bodily injury.
His sentence was deferred until to-day.
The motions for a new trial in the cases
of Leo Smith, tho thief, and Donally, tho
garroter, were argued and overruled.
Court will convene again tins morning at
the usual hour.
The following books have been ordered
and aro expected at tho library before Sat
Tho Burgomaster's Wife Ebero.
Land of tho Midnight Sun DuChaillcr.
John Eax Tourgee.
Boys of '01' Chas. Coffin.
Opening of the Chestnut Burr Poo.
Near to Nature's Heart Poo.
That Lass o'Lowrio's Francis II.Burnett.
Ilayworths Francis II. Burnett.
A Tallchaeseo Girl "Round Robin
Her Picturo "no name Series."
Tho Trials and Tribulations of a Chins
man in China Jules Verne.
Common Sense about Women lliggin
son. Littlo Pussy Willows II. B. tStowo.
Quem Littlo People II. B. Stowe.
Christopher Columbus W. L. Alden.
At the Councillor's Mrs. Wister.
TUEWEDDI.NO OK MR. KOHF.IIT K..WOOD
WAUD AND MISS MOSA D. OKEEN, AT TIIK
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CUUKCII YESTER
DAY. Tho most important social event of the
last few weeks was the marriage of Mr. R.
K. Woodward and Miss Musa D. Green, at
tho M. E. church, yesterday afternoon at
3:00 o'clock. In compliance with neat
cards sent out a few days before, a large,
fashionable audience began to gather at
the church named Bomo timo before tho
hour appointed for the ceremony, and thu
throsg continued to conio after thu con
tracting parties had arrived in tho vestibule.
Tho largo auditorium was crowdod with
not less than four hundred people.
Tho church had been beautifully and
profusely decorated with evergreens and
flowers. Boquets of rich, fresh, vari-col
ored flowers stood in fancy vases upon
pedestals at either side of tho altar; in
front of tho altar an arch of ovcrgrocn,
studded with white flowers, was crrected,
and from tho mlddlo was suspended a large
bell, symotrically formed of tho samo, ma
terial, also mingled with bunches of white
flowers. llio organ was arrayed in
flowers of bright colors, tastefully ar
Tho closed baroucho containing the wod
ding pany arrived promptly at 3 :30 o'clock,
and, tho party passing through the
crowd at tho door entered the
church andto tho sweet molody of
the organ, produced by Miss Ads Scarrett,
moved toward tho altar in tho following
1st. Ushers, Juno Wright and Joiin
2nd. Groomsmen, Curren Rodman ami
E. E. Ellis.
3rd. Bride and groom.
Tlio last named -stopped in front of tho
altar, directly undor the arch and sus
pended bell, Htul were met by Uev. J. W.
Scarrett, who conducted the marriago cere
mony, which was very brief, but none tho
less solemn. Thu ceremony concltiflcd,
th'J now happy young liuslmnd and wife
passed slowly out, followed by the admir
ing glances of all present. From tho
church Mr. aud Mrs. Woodward drove to
tho residence of the brides's aunt, Mrs.
McKce, on Washington uvouuo, near Ninth
street, where a select few were gathered
and whore brief but hearty congratula
tions were offered and a number of line
At 4:20 o'clock the happy couplu loft on
tlio Illinois Central train for Louisville,
from whence they go to Uniontowu and
from there to Southland, Ivy. They will
bo gone about two weeks, and then return
and take up their permanent residence in
a handsomely furnished litrto home on
Division street. They have tho good
wishes of the entire community and of the
A list of the presents to thu bride, which
wero many mid beautiful, could not b.i ob
tained for publication.
THE BROOM BRIGADE, ETC.
Last night the long promised and anx
iously expected entertainment of thu ladies
of tho Methodist church took place at
Hartinan's spacious hull, and it was a suc
cess beyond thu expectations of even the
most confident. A great number of chairs,
placed closely around the sides
of the hull, were all occupied
and many visitors hud to content
themselves with standing room, the 'whole
making ns large and handsome and intel
ligent and appreciative au audience as ever
The programme opened with an organ
duet by Misses Ella and Clani Bobbins,
which was well executed and duly ap
plauded. Both young la lies proved them
selves to be skillful performers.
A vocal solo by Mr. C'r well, ibly a com
parued on the piano by Miss A l l SMrrett,
which was next, produced much entlubi
asm and Mr. Crowd I, after having accepted
several beautiful boquets, was c-mp lied to
'try again" before the applause su bid. led.
A cornet duet by Miss Ada Scarett and
Mr. Walter F. McKoc, accompanied m the
organ and piano by Misses Fannie Barclay
and Emma James, followed Mr.
Crowd's solo. It was one of the
mOBt interesting parts of the musical pro
gramme, was reudered remarkaoly well
aud received with hearty evidences of ad
miration by the audience,
Miss Hattie Mclvee then favored the au
dience with a polo in her usually admira
bio manner, and she was followed, nnd the
musical programme was concluded, by a
quartette iti which Messrs N. W. Hacker,
Frauk Metcalf, W. F. McKce, and Mr.
Crowds, took part, accompanied on the
piano and organ by Misses Ada Scarrett
and Fannie Barclay.
When tho audience bad recovered irom
its enthusiasm over the last rendition Rev.
Scarrett stepped forward and announced
that tho principal feature of the entertain
ment, tho Broom Brigade drill, would next
attract the attention of the audince nnd
asked that perfect quiet ho Maintained dur
ing tho performance so that every com
mand might bo distinctly heard. Soon af
ter, to the notes of the piano,
tho brigade, composed of seventeen
of Cairo's most beautiful youny ladies,
all nearly of equal height and similarly at
tired, filed into the ball, headed by Mr.
Phil C. Barclay, wdio was in command.
After making the rounds ol the hall sev
eral times in double file, with shouldered
brooms decorated with bright ribbons, the
intricato nianoeuvering commenced. The
young ladies went through all tho military
movement; with perfect case, without a
single mistake, every movement the mont
graceful, every step in perfect time. They
wero frequently applauded by tho audience
in spirte of the injunction to keep silent.
Several gentlemen who understood tho art of
drill from experience pronounced it perfect
in every particular and were loud in their
praise of tho brigade. A more interesting
scene was probably never presented to a
Cairo audience. Considering that the
young ladies had only eight lessons thu
perfection of their performance was some
thing to bo wondered at. They wuro re
called by a prolonged storm of applause and
again acquitted themselves in the same ad
After this Mayor Thistlewood announced
that the entertainment would close with a
grand supper, whio'i was then on tho
"tiblo" and consisted of strawberries, cake
and ice cream, to which nearly all present
did full justice. Tho entertainment was a
complete, a grand buccoss in overy way
and tbo managers hayo reason to led very
' GENERAL NEWS.
Gold to tho amount of J,500,000 loft
Now York Wednesday for Europe, with
tho probability of a liko sum being ship
A marriago has been arranged between
Princess Beatrice, tho youugest daughter
of Queen Victoria, uuJ Prince Frodurtuk
Ol' Every Description, from the minutest article up to a
Youth's or Gentleman's' Complete Outiit. A large Assort
ment of STJIAW HATS AND STIFF llfUMMED FEALT
HATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGE WE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise we buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND We have ample cupital and are prepared to buy cash down.
THIRD We arc at all times represented in eastern markets by a resident buyer
who is always ou'the lookout. 1
Now, it is by taking advantage of these opportunities that wo do from time to timo.
name such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance wo are selling Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears the ticket with full name Middlesex (Y m no v'..
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for fj.00, worth 11,1.00. A verv nor
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at 813 60, worth $19.00. We do not sell foods ur lm than cost.
Wo want it distinctly understood that we make a small profit on everything wo sell for
that principle by which a merchant can sell goods for less than cost, and still keep store,
bus never yet been discovered, Come and sue our goods. You will not bo importuned
el. BURGEE & .13 RO,
.At Palace Clothing Houso,
108 Commercial Avcimo.
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2 .5 2 Anl w
WilHom, the eldest son of the landgrave of
About one fourth the fruit in the region
of Benton Harbor, Mich., was killed by
tho frost of Tuesday morning, and similar
reports come in from a wide expanse of
James Vick, the famous seedsman of
Rochester, who was a playmate of Charles
Dickena and s:t type beside Horace Gree
ley, died Wednesday of pneumonia.
Thirty seven buildings at Stowartsville,
Mo., included every business house, woro
burned Wednesday morning.
By a change in the channel of White
river, a fine lloiiring-iuill at Miysville, Ind.,
h.is been left standing on an Island.
The mother of Lieutenant Governor
Hamilton, of Illiuois, died Tuesday at
Wenona. Mrs. N. B. Denman, of Quincy,
an aged and.cliaritablo lady, has passed
away, as has also J no. F. Williams, a land
lord of Prairie du Chien.
Director Jauner, ot the burned Ring the
atre in Vienna, was convicted of tributary
negligence, and sentenced to four months'
simple arrest, while Ilorr Nitzho and Herr
Geriuger wjll bo given eight and four
months' imprisonment, respectively, fasting
one day in each month.
The steamer Altonower lies in quaran
tine at S'inl'rancisco, loaded with China
men ttlllicted with small pox. A bargo
containing a party i.n route for tho post
house was swamped, and ono coolio was
lost. A sipiad of polico has been sent to
aid in keeping order.
The Methodist Bishops elected at the
Nashville conference aro Rev. Alpheua W.
Wilson, of Baltimore; Dr. C. Granberry,
of Vanderbilt university; Dr. A. G. Ilay
good,'of Georgia; Rev. R. K. Hargrove, of
Tennessee, and Rov. Linus Parker of Souis
iana. "Betty and tho baby" aro the richer by
:),412, this being tho sum total ol thu 10
cent contributions lovied by the Philadel
phia Press, and yesterday paid over to Mrs.
Mason. With a portion of the money she
will buy some laud for a homo, but $ 1,000
will bo invested in government bonds and
left to accumulate for the baby's benefit.
Mrs. Mason has the promise of tho presi
dent that something shall bo dono toward
mitigating tho shameful Bimtenco passed
upon her husbanJ, but it is likuly that uo
action will bo taken until after Guiteau has
AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER.
Thero are a largo number of persons out
of employment in overy county. Such as
want employment and aro willing to goto
work with energy, can mako from 100 to
$500 a month working for us. Tho amount
made by our agents varies, according to
their energy and ability, some making f 100,
whilu others mako as high as $500 a
mouth. With an article of great merit,
The Man tin s Honor to Him
self Who Weurs a Pair of Onr
Calf Hand Sew. d Button Gait
ers. TLcy are Always -lit liable
for Wear, Eay, in Good Tato
that should be sold to every house ownor
who sees it paying 100 per cent, profit to
tho agent, with uo sale less than floO. Any
man with any energy enough to move him
self about to show it cannot make less than
1 1, 500 a year while a live, pushing man
working (or the mont that can b1: made
will made $0,000. We only want ono msn
in each county, and to him will give the ex
elusive sale as loug as ho continues to work
faithfully for ns. Thero is no competition,
from any source, as there is nothing like
it made by anyone but ourselves. Parties
having from f 200 to $1,000 to invest can
obtain a General Agency ot from 10 coun
ties to a State. 'We want irood workers to
act for us, and such will obtain, not only a
very profitable business, but one that wili
be permanent ami pleasant. Wo aro not
paying salaries, and request that those that
think ot receiving such terms from us that
they do not writo us, for wo pnly want
men who aro willing to work for tho profita
of their engery and ability let that bo
what it may. e will mail our descnptivo
circulars to all out of employment, ot re
ceipt of 3 cent stamp. Tho first to comply
with our terms will secure the county or
counties they want. Address,
Renneii Manupactukim) Co..
110 Smithfidd street, Pittsburgh, Pa,
Whs elected by a majority of tun thousand vote
-to bo tlio llnest Sc. clnr lu tho market.
(OTr MAIHDAL NOTICE. .
All purnoni ire notlflod that from this data ati
hinn, mulct, and boar Iioki running at lu ju con
Irary to lw will ho Impomidud ml tho ownuri
ITiifonitiMl according to law. I'ny your tax.
I,. U. JIVKUS, CITY MAUSUAU
.2,!!L. 1 1 lhLh!2 .
JNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vuloak Iron Wokks
93 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO. II. LH.
JOHN T. RENNIE.
nAVINO ostnhllHlied works at tho ahovo mon
tlunml place la bottor propurod thnn ever for
inaniitnctiirlnK Htonm KiiRiuoa and Mill Machinery,
Having a Htoam Hammer and ampin Toola, tho
inauitraclurluiMif all kinda of Mac hi miry, Kallroud,
Hlcninlioal and llrld;o KorKliiK mado a eocliilty,
KhiiucHI attention (ivun to rnpalrs of Kiinluef
and WacMnory. ',',,
Dram Ciudlngi of all klnpa mado to order,
Pips Fitting lu all Itl branchut.