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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1883.
THE f)AILY BULLETIN
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UHOIS, A.S 8KOONO-OU.8S MATTXH.
OFifUHAL PAPER OF CITY AND COTJNTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Jtoticw lii t&ieeoUmD, uittt contp per line for
Cmtiktiil flvd Mill out till kU UI)i!QUt)nl imor
II ou. For oub wk. SOceuti per lino. Kor out)
couth, W cuuu par lino.
I . Howard House.
Washington avenue, corner Seventh
street. Ooud day board at reasonable
rates. Mtal tickets for transient board -cr3.
I Mas. Phil K. Howakd.
Fou Rent. -Cottage on ICth street. Ap
ply to Mrs. Fitzgerald, Hulletin building.
ICE I ICE!!
Out of be fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice bouse and office ia at present at the
City Brewery, ou nastiington avenue, ne
tween 8th and 9th streets. Orders will bo
filled name as usual, both wholesale and
i ctail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
i Jacou Klee.
For Rojit Dwelling.
I will rent my house on Fifteenth street
to a responsible tenant. House contains
ten rooms besides brick basement with diu
ing rooui, 'kitchen, pantry and wash room,
and is ia good condition. Apply to me on
the pretnites or at 'Barclay liro's Ohio levee
drug store. Jas. S. Rkakde.n. J
Flowers, NoveltKH, Millinery.
Mrs. M. A.. G'K)ile, Eighth street onpositc
Bristol's nas rcceieved a lull lino of new,
fresh and fuslnonablo . millinery, Straw
gnods Flowers, Ribbousj and fancy articles,
which is offered ut very low figures. At
ber.store is the place to buy Deat and cheap
floweis for adorning ladies dresses and
bclis. All arc cordially invited to call and
inspect her stock, tf.
Use The Caiuo Bulletin porfoiated
Kcatch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally pood for ink or pencil. For
Bale, in three sitae, at the office. No.3 and
t. tire and ten cents each by the singlo one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lota to the trade.
309,000 Brick for Sale.
I have now iu my brick yard ready for
dolivery three hundred thousand brick, and
will have pleuty to fill all orders during
the summer. J.vcoit Kline.
A cottage on Division street near the
court house, for particulars see lit.
1 Private feeliool.
Mrs. Nicholson will commence a school
for children the tirst of June. Hours, from
nine till two o'clock; also lessons in music
during (he afternoon.
Terms, one dollar a mouth.
Music, tweuty-five cents a lesson.
For particulars apply to her at Tuk Bul
I Sproat's Retail Ice Box.
Consumers of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
hex on Eighth street iu Cundilfs store where
ice iu ativ quantity can at ull times lie ob
tained. ! My customers will retuomJier that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
Just the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Rooms, furnished or unfurnished on sec
pnd floor of The Bulletin building. Ap
ply, up stairs, Mrs. Fitzgerald.
Kotlco to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through the season
delivering ice to all parts of tho city. I
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my ollico nn Tenth street,
at C. ; W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A eharo of your bus
iness iB solicited and orders will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Oko. W. RraNCE.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be given somo enterpriseing mau
In Tut: ULLixi'iN Building, which is now
offered for sale on easy terms, fnng time
and Ijow rate of interest. The building
has .rented for the past year for
. fifty ;to Bixty-two dollars per mouth.
Tho property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40xCU and a
two story 1(1 x 45. Has a frontage of 50
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feetou
12th street. If desired the machinery, tu
(tine, boiler, fcc, in the 2 story building
wiU'lje sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this ollicc, or Johu II. Oberly, Bloom
Womkn are everywhere using and
recujitncuding l'urkur's dinger Tonic, bo
tausd they have learned from experience
that it speedily overcomes despondency,
irt'Jiucshon pcni or weakness m the back
hud jtidneys, and other troubles peculiar to
the tux. Home Journal. 8oo adv.
I 'Pour on Oil."
L. ?. Follott, Marion. O.. Mates that he
Las tised Thomas' Kcleciric Oil for burnt",
and has fouud nothing to cual it in Booth-
.ing the pain and giving relief. 1'aul O
Mrs. Wallace, Buffalo, N. Y., writes : "I
lavt) used Burdock Blood Bitters for nerv
ous auilbiliuus headaches, and have rec
omrnoudod tuotn to my friends; 1 believe
mem superior to any other medicine I havo
nsod, and can recommend them to any one
reqillrinira cure for biliousness." Price
fl.W. 1'uul U. I'aul, Agent.
It Hfads tbe Lint
of all other preparations or medicines. In
casus of nausea, headache, dizziness or ir.
regalarititf of the system, Burdock Blood
. Bit era have no equal. They never fail in
affording immediate- relief. Price 11.00,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Not lean in tbe coinrans, MB oeou per lint,
tcb luertlon. Marked
If you have a slim foot, wo can fit you.
Haythorn & Sloo. 2t
H. Fitzgerald Hub a good cottage on
Division street for rent.
Window shades all stylos and prices at
Jeff Clark's. . tf
If you have a high instep, we can fit
you. Haythorn & Sloo. 2t
Tho residence of Mrs. H. W. Webb is
recieving a new roof and other repairs.
Wanted to rent, a cottage in good loca
tion apply with terms to Bulletin office.
If you have a wide foot, wc can fit
you. Haythorn & Sloo. , 3t
-Mouldings ami picture frames at Jeff
Don't take ill fitting shoes. Go to Hay
thorn & Sloo and Kt f,'00'1 ut- 2t
Ladies Bhould accept the invitation of
Mrs. M. A. Goode.tobe found in epocial
Call and we will bo glad to show you
the most olegaut line of shoes in tho city.
Haythorn & Sloo. 2t
Preparations for the excursion to Fa
ducah ou the Three States Sunday morning
havo been completed. Don't miss it. St.
If your boy wears a B Last, don't take
anything else; go to Haythorn & Sloo and
A very interesting communication con
cerning St. Mary's Infirmary and the ma
rine hospital station must "Wyoff" until
our next, because of tho shortness of space.
Prepare for tho Mystic Krew's "Calico
May Hop," at tho Krew's hall, on tho 25th
instant. Lovers of genuine pleasure can't
afford to miss it. It
Rev. A. J. nees will hold service at tho
Baptist chuich at tho usual hours this morn
ing and evening. Sunday Bchool at 9. 30
We have the largest stock of boys
shoes in the city the best is always the
cheapest Haythorn & Sloo. 2t.
The Mystic Crew Calico May Hop which
is to bo given on the 25th instant, will be
the lasttit the season by that organization
and will be a grand affair. It.
West Brother's Cue hand welt goods
have etood the test for fifteen years. Wo
refer to two hundred families using them
in this city. They can be had only at Hay
thorn & Sloo. 2t.
Notices of assessment, to the members
of the order of Knights of the Golden Rule,
for the iusurance upon tho lifo of Mr. James
Biggs, were Bent out yesterday. Mr. Biggs
W8s a member of the order, and was insured
for two thousand dollars.
Invitations to the Calico Hop of tho
Mystic Krew were sent out yostcrday. The
Hop takes place at the Krew's hall on the
night of tho 25th instant. The affair, it is
expected, will bo one of much interest.
We refer to one hundred gentlemen
wearing our Hue hand wult shoes in this
city. No house presents bo large and attract
ive stock. The best is the cheapest Haythorn
& Sloo. 2t.
We believe the serial story commenced
in to-day's BuixiiTiN will command the
attention of our readers old and young.
It is fulljof genuine wit, dolicate language,
sparkling conversations, delightful sur
prises and all that makes a story inter
esting. Had the managers of tho Reform club
picnic been guided by Prof. Tick's prophe
sies, t'ley would have chosen somo other
day than Saturday for their annual picnic.
The professor predicted "thonloning
weather" for "about" yesterday or to-day.
The music made by the Cnmiquo band
at the picnic yesterday whs the subject ol
much favorable comment among those who
heard it. The band is rapidly regaining its
former favored position with the Cairo pub
The members of tho Singor company
who arrived here oi Wednesday for the
purpose of viewing their grounds and com
pleting plans for further improvements,
departed yestcrdny for their several places
Tho excursion to Paducah on tho
Three States Sunday, tho 21st instant, will
be the most delightlul affair of tho season.
Fine music, refreshments, au elegant ride
auJ a walk' around Paducah will be promi
nent features of the occasion. t!t.
County Assesior Miles W. Parker has
finished asM'ssiug all the real estate iu the
city. He will have until the 1st of July to
assess all the teal and personal property iu
the city and county, and it will be a great
piece of work to accomplish in so short a
space of time.
Tho ferryboat Three States will be
handsomely decorated with green boughs
and ilags for Sunday's excursion to Padu
cah. 8ho will leave the Cairo wharf at
nine o'clock sharp, arrive at Paducah about
2:30 and return by 10 or 11. It will bo
a fine trip. Everybody should go. 2t.
Those of the picnic party yesterday
who remained till evening enjoyed them
selves in spite of bad weather. During
the rain they took possession of tho station
house where the tables wero spread, and
where a social dance and a general good
time was had. Most 'of them returned
with buhkets and huts full of ferns and
An cxamplo of what an advertisement
in Tna Bulletin will do More than a
year ago a valuable pin was lost by a gen
tleman passing through Cairo. Yesterday
morning boing in tho city he inscrtod a
notice in the special local column ol Tub
Bulletin and three hours after the paper
left tho press the pin was returned as re
quested, to the store of G. I). Williamson.
Guiteau believes that ho will be grant
ed a now trial, but the indications aro that
he will be diu appointed. There is not a
good lawyer iu tho country, who does not
laugh at the absurdity of the plea that tho
District of Columbia court has no jurisdic
tion in Guitoau's caso becBUso Garfield died
in New Jersey. The uliot which killed
Garfield was fired with murderous intent in
the District, ami that settles it. .
The evening service in tho Church of
the Redeemer to-day will bo of more than
ordinary interest. Rector Davenport will
deliver tho first of a series of six lectures
upon tho subject of ''lodorn Doubt," or
"Somo elements in tho religious thought of
tho times." Tho subject permits a wide
scope of thought, and is ono in n discussion
of which all people have a like deep inter
est. An interesting and profitable lecture
may be safely expected.
Chief Myers ovulo a trip to Missouri
yesterday forenoon in pursuit of the men
who stole and sold the mare and mules re
ferred to several times in these columns. It
was reported that two strangers answering
to the description given of the sellers ot the
animals had receutly come to Missouri and
were employed there. Tho chief found the
strangers referred to, but fouud also that
they wore not the uiou he wanted. The
real thieves are two sharp fellows, iu fact
one of thorn who sold tho mulo to Mr.
Glenn, signed his name to a receipt for tho
the money as "John Sharp." They were
both well armed, quick and glib talkers.
Speaking of the letter of Dr. J. II.
Rauch and the accompanying resolutions
of tho Illinois Board of health, with refer
ence to the possiblo reappearance of yellow
fever in the southern Btates, the Louisville
Courier-Journal says : "Tho Illinois boprd
certainly cannot be censured for this reso
lution, for that stato exteuds far down to
the febrile region, and it is refreshing to
note the public spirit of the sanitary au
thorities this early in the 6eason. Dr.
Rauch's early action as to yellow fever iB
based on his belief, shared by. many physi
cians, that the mildness of the past winter,
and the fermentation of the animal and veg
etable matter left by the groat flood, will
produce conditions favorable for the devel
opment of yellow fever. The maintenance
of the most rigid quarantine regulations u
necessary, and all the stato boards of health
in the valley should be preparing tor the
possibilities of tho summer."
Tho preliminary examination of Lulu
JCoehlor for complicity in the theft of Mr.
Charles Oayer's cow was began before Jus
tice Robinson yesterday forenoon. Only
the witnesses for the prosecution were ex
amined. Wm. Fountain, the negro who
killed the cow in Koehler's slaughter house,
was tho principal wituess for tho prosecu
tion. Ho testified that ho had been en
gaged for somo time in kidnapping cows, at
tho instigation of, and for money paid him
by, young Koehler. That before entering
upon this practice, it had been agreed that
witness should be seen around the shop and
with the defendant as little as possible;
that incompliance with Koehler's request
he had stolen and killed Mr. Frank Kline's,
Mr. Redbum's, Mr. Schrocder's and Mr.
Gayer's cows, all within the last few
months, and that defendant had paid him
from seven to twelve dollars oach for pro
curing them. With regard to Mr. Oayer's
cow in particular ho said that last Monday
he was walking down Eighth street toward
Commercial avenue, when dofendant who
was standing in the door of his shop called
him across tho street and into tho back
yard. There defendant questioned Mr.
Gayer's BhrowdnoHS and requested witness
to catch and kill Mr. Gayer's cow. That
tho same evening witess and defendant went
toward Mr. Gayer's homo on Walnut street,
and defendant pointed out to witness tho
particular cow wanted" which was then
standing in front of the door. It was un
derstood that witness was to catch uud kill
tho cow tho same night for Tuesday morn
lug's market, but lie overslept himself and
failed to carry out his part of the agree
ment. But TuoBd ay night, or rather early
Tuesday morning, he caught tho cow, lead
her to Koehler's slaughter
house and killed her, wliilo
another negro, Albert Terrell, hold tho
light. Ho prepared the niiual for the shop
throw the hide into a barrel, as bo had al
ways done before, and took the horns homo
and buried them under the floor of a wood
shod. It was understood between witness
and defendant that when the work had
been done the former was to walk leisurely
down tho north side of Eighth street at i
given hour, which ho did Wednesday morn
ing, and which Borved as a signal for Koeh
ler to strnd out to tho slaughter houso for
tho meat. Witness made no effort to shield
himself ami told his story in a tolerably
fluent manner, The other witnensos exam
ined were Mr. Gayer, Chief Myers, Officer
Haz. Martin, Mayor Ttlstlowood and tlio
negro Albert Terrell, all of whom merely
corrborated tho first witness' testimony
Court adjourned uutil Monday morning at
eight o clock, wlieu tho witnesses for the
defenso, of whom thero aro about fifteen,
will bo heard.
For the 8unilyUullutlD.
THE WORK THAT LIES THE NEAR
EST. So iho work tli at lloi tho nearest,
Waiting for our hand, to do
Wltb gnntlo pntioncn cvor doing
K voi duty linn and truo.
1 ticy my bo but Uxvly dntle
Our licrtiu may long fur graader Uekt,
It la pride, not lovus devotion .
Ttiut lur uighuiit places asks.
Wo cnu leach tho little children;
Wo can to tbo uecdy ko;
cmjsuoiu Ibo dying pillow
N iitupor liopo to the mourner low.
If wo only do the dutlus
That Ilea nuareet fur an to do,
Ooil will givu HtrouKth and wisdom
As lllu's jonruuy wo pursuo.
If wo lut provo faithful worker.
In inu low aud lltllo thlni;,,
lie w l.l crown in with tho honor
1!uU Illii ,ci ticuevor hrlugs.
Cairo. III., May J, sx-i. I. A. M.
Tho case of Mrs. Wilor, at Fort
Wayne, lud., against tho Pennsylvania Lifo
Insurance company was decided last Thurs
day, awarding Mrs. Wilor f5,000, the
amount of a policy, and fl&J intorest. Pay
ment was resisted on the ground that
Wiler, who died of consumption, made
wrong statements when he took out the
policy. The Equitable is the only Conipa
ny that makes its policies Incontestable
after three years, and thus guarantees
against tho risk of a policy-holder's leaving
a lawsuit to his heirs.
There is no tmth in tho report that the
patients tt the city hospital are not reclsv
ing giMiil care. It was originated bysoD'O
simple minded sore head, or malicious per
son. Charles Johnson, a colored man, who
has had charge of the hospital ever since it
lias beeu iu use this year, is experienced and
trust worthy ; and marine surgoonO. R. Carter
who iu as good a physician as there is in
the city, gives the patients modical attention,
makes a visit to tho hospital every day and
takes cure that his orders are strictly obeyed.
There is uo ground whatever for complaint.
The peison who originates suchrumorflis
in very despicable business, but not much
more so thau the newspaper which repeats
it without investigating, and denying oi
affirming it, as the acts may warrant.
At a meeting of tho Ladies Society of the
Gei uian Lutheran church the following res
olutions of respect iu regard to the death
of Dorothea Zimmerman, were adopted.
Whereas, It hath pleased, the Almighty
God, our Heavenly father, to take from our
nnMst our beloved sister, Dorethca Zimmer
man, therefore be it.
Resolved, That in the death of our Bister,
the Society has lost ono of its devoted mem
bers, tho children an afiectionate mothor
whose loss will bo severely felt.
Resolved, that these resolutions bo spread
on record, and the usual badge of mourn
ing worn, for thirty . days, and a copy be
sent to the children, and also published in
the papers. Mrs. Walter,
THE TEMPERANCE PIC-NIC
Although the weather was bad, a large
number ot Cairo's elito, both young and
old, weut to p'oit Jefferson on the steamer
Three SUtes yesterday morning, to enjoy
tho regular annual pic-nic of the Cairo
Temperance Reform Club. Altogether not
less than three hundred people went down
to tho Fort, attended by tint Professors Al.
Goss' Bud Leinou'cornct and string bands.
Tho ground at tfie fon ia covored with a
thick carpet of IrcBh, green grass, Btuddod
with full blown flowers; tho trees are
heavy with foliage aud served as an almost
effectual shelter against the little shower of
rain which fell just as the picnicers en
tered. A platform had beon put up, upon
which tho principal feature of the day,
the crowning of tho May Queen was to
take place. Stands and Boats were also
arranged in different parts of the wood
"iu shady bowers beside tho hill," and a
temporary table was provided, upon which
the ladies of the W. C. T. U. woro to spread
an elegant repast at tho approach of tho
Soon after coming ashore, raiu compolled
the p'ii ty to seek tho depot for Bholtor and
when all had gathered around
the platform upon which the
"royal party" had already as
sembled, Miss Mattio potrio, tho retiring
queen delivered tho following eloquent
"Another year burdonod with all tho re
sponsibilities of lifo, liaspassoil away since
wb Btood on this consecrated spot, hallowod
in memory by deeds of chivalry and renown
of our honorod revolutionary sires. It af
fords us great pleasure to-day, since we
havo mot in our anniversary meeting, to ac
count the glorious victories for tomporance
that have been achieved on many a hotly
contested battle field. But victory, victory
as you will hear to-day has marked tko
onward march of the temperance army."
"And we feel that iu viow of these victor
ies the bright spring flowers with which
we crown her who has been choson to reign
as Queen, of May, will shine if possible with
increased brilliance until tho glad day shall
dawn when this earth shall bo free from
thecmuo of rum, and tho bright supernal
flowers of an eternal spring time shall fade
no more forovor,"
"Your Royal Majcstj : Permit me now,
in token of tho high ostoem of your loyal
subjects, to place upon your fair brow this
wreath of flowers. Hoping that your roiga
may be one of lovo and unsullied kapplaeai,
Of Every Description, from the minutest article up to a
Youth's or Gentleman's Complete Outfit, A largo Assort
ment of STKAW HATS AND STIFF MUMMED FEALT
HATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE: .
FIRST The quantity of merchandise w e buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND We have ample capital and ure prepared to buy cash down.
THIRD Wo aro at all times represented in eastern markets by a resident buyer,
who is always on tho lookout.
Now, it is by taking advantage of these opportunities that wo do from time to timo,
namo such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance wo arc selling Middlesex
Bluo Flannel Suit, each BUit bears the ticket with full namo Middlesex Co. $10.00. Nona
genuino without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for $'J.50, worth 115.00. A very nob
by Rod Silk Mixed Suit at 513.50, worth fU'J.00. Wo do not sell uoods lor less than cost.
We want it diatinctly understood that wo 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 s'toro,
has never yet been discovered. Come and bco our goods. You will not be importuned
J. BUKG EB & I3HO,
A.t Palaco Clothing IJouso,
. 108 Commercial A.venno.
12 3 -y.
we greet you as our Now Made Queen of
With the last words Miss Petne crowned
the new-made Queen, Miss Katie Howard,
with a garland of bright, beautiful flowers.
The now Queen responded in the following
strain, calmly and distictly spvken, so that
all could understand :
My Dear Friends, "There is no month in
the year when tho fields and forests are so
inviting as tho month of May; all nature,
both animate and inanimate seems to pos
sess new life, new vigor and new boing." .
"The budding trees put forth their livii-'
est colors, the rippling brook speeds along
toward the mighty sea, and the birds, hs
thoy perch on tho spreading branches of tho
giant oak, warble forth their choicest songs.
Then it becomes us to forsake tbe kitchen
and the workshop, to glide away to tho
woods whero we may drink deep of the les
sons ol nature, whore we may renew our
freindships and our vows, our fidelity to
the cause in which we are engaged, and
which is so dear to ub. Nothing tends so
much to harmonizo our views, quicken and
brighten our capacities as doe9 association
and labor in a noble cause."
"And now my friends since you havo
elected that I shall be your Queen and you
are to be my subjects, I command you all
to have a splendid good time. May each
and all of you live to honor with your
presence many annual picnics of Tho Cairo
Temporance Reform Club, and may your
lives bo dovotod to lifting up the fallen
humanity, to scattering flowers Instead of
thorns in tho paths of tho fallen, and your
lives be that of usefulness, of prosperity of
happiness is my earnest desire. And now,
allow mo to thank you, for tho honor you
have conferred upon me ia electing me to
this honorable position."
This ceremony ended, tho band sent forth
one'of its favorite airs and the crowd dis
poned to roam through the woods and over
tho hills, to spread their lunches and enjoy
thorn, and to gather ferns, etc. Tho Royal
party composed of the Queen Miss Katio
Howard, and 'tho MaidB and Knights of
honor, Miss Ella Kent and Mr. Frank
Stoelo, Miss Addie Antrim and Mr. Alox.
Ablo, Miss Maud Rittenhouse and Mr. W.
Williamson, Miss Anna Rily and Mr. Cur
ran Rodman, and Miss Phillis How
ard by invitation,' dinod at the
tablo of the ladios of the Union. But tho
tun was tnarrod by almost incessant rain,
which thoroughly wettod the foliage above,
and the grass and clay beneath, and when
the boat made her second trip, just after
dinner, many roturnod home, somo
what disappointed, of courso, becauso of
the enforcod proniaturo cossation of the
day's outdoor pleasure But last night a
party of the picnicers gathered again at
Reform hall and there concluded tbe day's
amusement ia an appropriate and a man
nertcry satisfactory to all present. ' j
The Mau doei Itouor to Hin
self Who Wears a Pair of Our
Calf Hand Sewul Button Gait,
era. They nn Always Reliable
for Wear, Easy, In Good Taste
t3 T "5
? S rz
K LECTION KKSULT.
V.'as olccted liy s majority of ton thoumind votes
to lie the finest 5c. cluar In the ruiirket.
CTOVEL AND INTERESTING
Japanese Tea Party
AT DARTMAN 8 UALL.
Hythe Laillee Society of tlnPrfshytorlan Church,
ut eight o'clock, Thurmlay Kru, May li'itli.
l'Mramma to coumut uf Mimic, bcenm from Ja
paiicoulifu, aud the novul corumouuy of a
. JAPANESE WEDDING.
Fancy article, doll.,Tapani3o Articles forhono
bold doconilloni, children's toy will bo Tor sale.
Tua will bo icrvud by ladtut in
TlckutH, Including cuu and saucer, 3D cents.
Jcu croniu extra.
WANTS D.TKAVKLINO SALESMEN WHO
will full ourlluoof Autumn and Wlulor Jeans,
fiiiinnniU's and Caanlmurea In connuct'on with
tlii'tr u:li. r buHlnt'Ki). Liberal cammlfriui uid.
Ad lr with rof. Kinu jt Omvkh, .Manufacturer's.
UN DRY, MACHINE SHOP
Vtjloan- Iron VYokks
- 93 OIUO LEVEE. CAIB0. ILLS.
JOHN T, RENNIE.
HAVING OKtabltehod works at tho abovo ninn
i loiuid plnco la butter nropnrod than ever for
mannrcturliK Htnaro Knjclnoa and Mill Mnchlnory.
Ilavtntf a Btcam Hammer and amplo Tools, the
muutiraciurluj of all kind of Mitchlnury, Itallrond,
HiMAHihuat and llrlde Foritlng mado a Binclulty.
Kni'Bcliil attention glvanto repairs of JKukIuvI
jirwi CntiliiKi of nil klnpt made to order.
IMpo Fitting U all its branches .