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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1884,-
yKUq, it; ihif w,itiiiar lines or lets ttcent
W5000 PER MONTH!
QOOV.VV 6iLAKY AN 1) COMMISSION
tocompetont bnlnp m wager for thin city (or
Stawn AtT KKSl'OSSlhLB COMPANY, bu
ine p-actlcallr a monopoly, rivalling the Tele
phone. CASH HEtJl'I HKI) for 11.000
SAMPLE OUTFIT. KT.WLfc. GOODS. No bonds.
No l'art:culara address, with references.
THE NATION AL-CO.,
21 East 14th St., New York City.
IIELr WANTED -Fem.
Wahtia. An Intnlllgont, energetic liidy or eood
addrese and some biistnees ability, to Introdnco to
the trade and consumers or thli oimtv, .Madame
Dean's Celebrated Spinal Hoppnnlnir t.omet.
splendidly advertleed and highly recmiii-nd-l -To
the rl-ht party i-alary of 7mh monthly l I
be paid. Address wl-h. retires. g R fc ro
890Uroaday, N"W York.
A square cornered tent, fifty by th rty feet, suit
able f.ir a photographer or camp nieetlne; sheds
rain well! will be old for half Its est. Tne lent
In in Cairo, but fur further Information address L.
H. Bright, Louisville, Ky. t
At Auction-Valuables Real Estate
At the front door of the C inrt Hons ?, lu Cairo,
Ills., at 2 P. M , in
WEDNESDAY the 1st DAY of OCTOBEK, 1SS4,
I will off r for rale to the hlgheU b'drler, the fol
lowing, very denlrable propi-rty, Tl: liriclc house
and lot 34x100 foet, Washington avenue, adjoining
Hrewerv, block W. Dwelling hoii'e and lota 33,
.14 and il5. block 30, 13th street. Dwelling house
and lot SI and 32. block 7!l, Centre street. Lota
Sand 8. block 4rt, 1st addition, Poplar utreet; lot
U, block IS, lit addition, near the New York atorej
lot J, block 30, l-.'th atreot.
Tali It vert desirable property, situated lu the
business centre! of the city, rid now that It la cer
tain Ctlro kTI speedily become a great railroad
and commercial cltv, present an opi'Oitunlty for
investment not likely to o curSL-ain.
TKKMS cah, bal. 6 and 12 montht secured
with B per csut tntereat. or S per cent off for caah
For further lufai ination Inquire of
O. 9. PIDQEON.
il. J. HOiTLEY, Agent.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY
I would respectfully announce to the citizen of
Cairo, that I have opened and am carrylDg on a
first clas laundry in the ruar of Winter's Illnrk.
on Seventh Street, where I am prepared to do all
kinds of work in my line In a superior and work
manship style, defying competition and at
reasonable figures. All work guaranteed, and
prompt payment if any goods are lost.
MAKY HENN ELY.
N. B Entrance to laundry, through the private
entrance to the Winter's Block. 7i4-3m
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
--The Kuighta and Ladies of Honor had
a regular meeting last night.
Sheriff Hodge's family haH come down
to Cairo again to live during the fall, win
ter and spring.
Hon. F. E, Albright spoke to the peo
ple of Marion, Williamson county, yester
day. Fresh Oystera at Jou Sleagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
Mr. Al. Lewis id at Ashley, 111.., with
ins lamily. He will spend much of his
time while there iu hunting prairie chick
ens. - A negro woman threw a bucket of slop
all over a white man while passing her dom
icile yesterday, ami was fined $5 and costs
by Justice Robinson for the offouse.
George R ibinson, who keeps a jjamb
ling institution at the eorner of Fourth
street and Commercial avenue, was fined
twenty dollars and costs by Justice Robin
son yesterday,;for the offense named.
Owing to the continued absence from
the city of several members of the City
Council, there was again uo quorum pres
ent fur a meeting last night, and those who
came adjoun.ed over till Tuesday eight.
Sergeant Emery, win is to succeed
8erg,-aut Ray in the signal service office
here, has arrived and has begun his duties.
Sergent Ihy is preparing to bid farewell to
his friends here and will leave for Minneso
ta, his new home, in a few days.
There are on exhibition at The Halli
day several specimens of fine clay taken by
Capt. W. M. Williams, from min,. n ....
St. Louis and Cairo road, frty-oue mile
above this city, near Kaolin station. One
"f the samples is pure white, like lime; the
other is mottled read and white. They are
tine snc-cimeus and it sterns the mines
ought to be utilized for some purposo soon.
Miss Lillie Henderson passed through
Cairo Thursday night from Dixon Springs
where she had been spending the Bummer.
She was called from the Spring unexpect
edly by the Hurtling news of the burning of
the burning of her widowed mother's house
'a Troy, 111., with all th furniture, money,
Pictures, etc., it contained, and no insurance
d anything. The property, a row consist
ing of dwelling store, meat market, bakery
nd printing office, was very valuable, from
the renul of which Mrs. Het.dersou derived
almost her entire Income.
-Burr Rabbins' show nude a grcat
streen procession. There were one hun
dred and three horses, muleg and ponies,
wentyseven Taney vehicles, two bands
besides elephants, camels and dromedaries.
It drew considerable crowd of count ry
people from thia county and Iron, Kentucky
and Missouri. The audience in the tent
numbered probuoly two thousand people
The performance was very Tair, and the
menagerie and Bide shows of the usual in
terest. The show came on a train btlonnitig
to the company, consisting of eighteen cars
We have been asked how lo get to
Dixon Springs. The quickest way is to
take the Wabaah train in' the morning to
Vienna; ttke a privato conveyance from
there to the springs, arriving iu time for
dinner; but never forget to go to the St.
James Hotel of Mine Host Knowles, the
best hotel man and the best hotel in any
country town iu this end of the Stute, and
get a good hot breakfast, first-class in every
respect, well cooked aud well served. It
will bnee you up for the drivo across the
country over roads that are not nearly so
bad as reported, in fact, are not bad at all,
comparatively, this year.
Ono of our constables had a little fistic
exercise yesterday with a nun named Jack
son from Goose Island. Some timo ago
Jackson reported that ho had been robbed
of 300, and engaged the constable in ques
tion to aid in the detection of the thieves.
After investigation, the officer expressed
the belief that Jackson had robbed himself
and yesterday the latter called the officer to
account for the remark, with the result as
stated. The little fracas occurred in front
of Mr. John Gates' saloon. It did not
amount to much, as bystanders seperatci
the pugilists before any damago was done.
There is a youug Cato Cotton in
Charleston, Mo., as appears from the fol
lowing item ttken from this week's
Charleston Courier : "A negro girl, a ser
vant in the family of William Roberts, in
a spirit of revenge, undertook to poisou the
above family by mixing "Routrh on Rats"
in the family coffee pot on Sunday last.
She came very near accomplishing her aim,
as Mr. R., his wife and a hired hand were
brought to death's door from drinking the
same, and in fact all of them would have
died if neighbors had not come in shortly
after they had drank of the coffee, and dis
covered the condition they were in and im
mediately summoned medical aid. The
patieuts were very law when the doctors
reached them, and they worked long and
faithfully before they were able to pro
nounce the patients out of danger. They
are now in a fair way of recovery, and the
young culprit is iu jail to await the action
of the grand jury. Mr. Roberts had been
missing from time to time money and other
articles, and he at last susplcioned his ser
vant girl aud had her searched and found
upon hersomeof the money that had been
stolen. It being Sunday, ho told her that
be would have her put in jail the next day.
She, to be revenged, took a box of "Rough
on Rata" that Mrs. R. had in the house to
kill rats with, and emptied the contents in
to the coffee that was to be served for the
family dinner. Fortunately Mr. R.'s little
children were given milk for dinner, and
they thereby escaped the poisoning."
The Evansville Argus of this week
contains this refJorence to Mr. C. W. Brad
ley, who has been away on a pleasure tour
for. some time: ''Col. C. W,
Bradley, of Cairo, is in the
lourctl year, he looks so young and vicor
ous His hair is a little sennty on top, but
mis is tne only sign that age is creeping
upon urm. uoi. liradley formerly resided
in Evansville, this was in 1832, and built
the brat side-wheel boat ever launched on
the Ohio. During the war he commanded
the iron steamer Summercoon, and die
played great bravery at the battle of Fair
Oaks, killing two color bearers with his
own hands. lie built the old "Blue Ware
house" here, which for so many years has
been a landmark, and, with his own hands,
planted the old elm tree which for so long
sioou in trout ot the St. Cloud hotel. He
was tor seven years Myor of Cairo, but
gave up the o&ce because it interfered with
his numerous other duties. II,. is spending
.ew nays nere on tns way back from An-
napolis, where he left his two sons, George
W. aud Myron B. Bradley, to attend naval
school. We were indeed delighted to meet
our old friend. He is an example of what
perfect sobriety wilt do for a man's health.
lie never tasted liquor nor used tobacco in
his life aud never took any medicine but
once, which was in '07, when he chewed up
.uuaui auijur coateu puis by mistake,
aui,pose.i mem to be a new kind of
To Editor Cairo Bulletin.
I would like to have you throu-h the
columns of your paper make known to hi
proper city or county officers as well as the
public in general the condition of the small
bridge between Cairo and Cache R e
bridge, on the Mound City road.
I his bridge is very unsafe for vehicles to
e.ght of pedestrians. If not repaired im
mediately, you maylookforanacSleot
A Scu cumicit.
Certainly, and here it is.
Better tlmn Ten Years' Doc
toring. A correspondent of The Union, New
Wk City, for whom that journal vouches
as a citizen ol high standing and influence,
"tes as follows: "St. Jacobs Oil has done
mo more good than ten doctors and their
presenptmns in ten years, which cost moon
to $ ,000, to say nothing of the pain, loss
of time and business. I am as well a n,aQ
now as I was before recourse to doctors I
can s.fely and conscientiously recommend
the o,l to sufferers from rheumatism and
kindred ev.ls, tormenting the human body
I hitve, moreover, successfully tried it on.
three of my favorite horses, tjmt 1R(1 1)t,.n
declared incurable by veterinary surgeons
A Profound Sensation Created at
Paris by the Unwelcome
Advantage Taken of the Absenoa of Ad'
miral Miot and the Greater Fart
of His Fleet-A Bold Dash.
Arrangements Completed for the Move
ment to Rescue Gordon A
Paris, August 15. A profound sensa
tion was created here this morning by
the announcement in Le Matin of the dis
astrous defeat ot the French forces
at Madagascar. According to the report
published in Le Matin, 10,000 novas
armed and made a daah on Tamatave
while the French Admiral, Mlot,
was absent with tho greater part of bis
tleet, establishing outposts aleng the
coast, and succeeded, after a short but
decisive tight, In recapturing the place.
The French troops fled to the ship, which
immediately drew out of the bay to a
safe distance from tho shore, leaving a
number ol prisoners.
Several cannons, a large quantity of
arms, ammunition and provisions were
found iu the hands of the Hovas. The
report has caused much discussion and
excitement, it was openly asserted that
the Government had the above informa
tion yesterday, when the Senate voted a
credit of 5,000,000 fraucs to carry ou
operations in Madagascar later la the
day. However, the Government has
published an oiUclal denial of the report,
stating that Admiral Mtott still occupied
Tamatave, and that no official Informa
tion of the engagement had been received.
This had the effect of quieting popular
feeling. The general opinion is that Le
Matin has been imposed upon.
Paris, August 15. M. Elme, Minister
of Agriculture, has placod on the table In
the Chamber of Deputies a bill to in
crease the duties upon foreign cattle and
OOINO TO GORDON.
London, August 15. The plan for the
expedition for the relief of General Gor
don has been settled by the War Office,
It will leave Wady Haifa the third week
of September in detachments and will
concentrate at liannek, from which
point tney will ascend to Merwen,
wnere it is expected to open communlca
tion with General Gordon for a slmul
taneous movement on Berber. General
Stephenson has been finally Instructed to
take command of the expedition.
It is reported that King John, of Abys
sinia will assist the expedition by a ilauk
movement on tne Mara Klver.
in progress to-day at Ogden's Grove.
Senator Thomas G. Grady, of New l"ork
and General Thomas F. Burke arc the'
orators of the day.
The new Ireland Colonization Society
Is also holding a demonstration at Os
wald Fark. Congressman Frnerty and
" b" ivuuip vi iuwa, are tne speak
STARVED TO DJSATII,
Sad Fate of a PolUh Family of Immi-
Leaveswortii, Kas., August 15. J.
Bratsaw, a Polander, arrived here on
TueBday with his wife and twn rMMn
direct from the old country. They were
very much emaciated when they arrived
and all were sick, and last night the wile
died. Thefamilv was ahsnintaio n...i.
lesson the wnv nvr tin,.i ;
everything for their passage, and made
the journey without food, except stray
bits picked up here and there. When
thev arrived here fonri
their stomachs. The woman's body was
nothing but skin nnrl hnna i... u
probably cannot recover, but the children
U'lll fill rufva
Three-Card Monte Man Shot.
Kansas City. Mo.. Aueuat is Whu
a circus was performimr at Wichita. Kna .
at night, a man mounted upon a horse
rode up to the main entrance of the tent
and shot three shots at a three-card
monte man connected with the show, ono
of the bullets taklncr pffwr in m
o au vuv tuau 9
stomach and wounding him fatally Ills
assailant then made off at full speed.
There were two Dollr.nn .h v..
crowd standing about, but the Bhooting
was rlnnA art n.uki. i,. 1 "' &
. wi ue was on be
fore the crowd could rwni- n.... -
of mind. wrtuvo
Miraculous Bseap of a Boy Whose
ow waa iillll.
Raleigh, N. C, Aucust 13 At nan.
derson, Mrs. Phllty-riart, a wealthy lady,
and her son, were driving along a moun
tain road, and in crossing a bridge sixty
feet high, the horse became frightened
and backed the brjpv,nrniri.t tv,Q .4n
which broke, and ail were precipitated to
iuo giuuuu uciuw. mn. Hart's neck
was broken by the fs, causing Instant
death. Her little soneacaoeri imhnr
r - w a vt
Camille Farcy. French hluariin .n..
itor, is dead.
The Fiitv-stxth British rr4n..n ...t..
at Assouan, Egypt.
A serious and antklewUh
reported at Rowno In Russia.
Meatinirs ol the Salvation. A-,,
positively prohibited in Swilaerlaod.
ThO rCDOTted mSMaaraa nl u
eldcrr In Tenneasee Is ccf aobocated.
An artlllary company karbeen sent to
New Iberia, La., to quiet the Caurt-honse
Lloutenaat Qraolv was tuiw.i . ...u
He MceDtlon at frewfeorwwt. u. hi-
Btooks were weakaaraaaavMaa
New York Sxchtnrfe, W Hw mrfcet
Cmatv. the Iritiv .
" Nothing to Live For.
Morris. III.. August 15. George Wll
son, an insurance agent, was drowned
hare last nlsht. It is thought tnat ne
committed suicide on account ot domes
tic troubles, his wife having eloped with
a young Chicago doctor about a month
Suicide In Jail.
Boscobki., Wis., August 15. retcr
Foley was arrested hero Wednesday night
on a charge of eloping with a MLssChllds,
aged fourteeu. Yesterday ho was found
dead iu the lock-up, with two bullet holes
in his right temple. He leaves a wife and
babe In the town of Scott.
Young Lady Drowned.
Watkktown, N. Y., August 15. A
row-boat containing Miss Belle Ivers, of
Marlboro, Mass., and Johu Lamble, of
Theresa, N. Y., was run down by tho
steamer Rothesay at 7:30 last evening
off l'blnt Vivian, below Clayton. Miss
Ivers was drowned, but Lamble was
JKKFKR30N ClTV, MO., August 15. At
a special session of the Circuit Court, J.
L. Culbertson, who stole a horso from I
S. Bond, of this county, July 11, on a
plea of guilty was sentenced to the Peni
tentiary for four years. The cases ot the
State agalust Ed. Taylor and Ed. Sbeeley,
the two negroes who attempted to mur
der a brakeman on tho Missouri l'aeilic
Kailroad Juuc 2i, were cullod this after
Cincinnati, O., August 15. An Indi
anapolls special to the I'vut says : "Johu C.
Shoemaker, editor of tho Sentinel, has not
yet answered the complaint in the United
States Court of Mr. Blaine. He said this
morning that he was personally convinced
the story, as published in the Sentinel, is
substantially true. Ho declined to out
line his policy of defense or even to say
whoof the legal fraternity represeuthim."
Well Watched and Arrested.
Alton, III., August 15 On WedneS'
day the police arrested a man who was
following Sells Bros.' circus, on the
charge of stealing a watch at Peters
burg. Soon after he was arrested
telegram came from Canton, 111., giving
the description of a watch stolen there
This watch was found in bis posses
slon and identified by the Marshal of
Canton, who arrived here this morning
and identillcd him as the thief. He hud
also another gold watch that had cvi
dently been stolen. To-day he was ideu
titled as the person for whom 8100 re
ward is offered at Carrolltonforthe burg
lary of some jewelry and clothing.
Grain and Provisions.
FUIDAY, August 15, I'M.
Cotton Steady: trjlddlinif. 10f Jlltfc.
Floor Sternly; JLXA to eiioice. t,'.23.!)0:
WuKAT-Woaker; No. S Ked. 1 JSHiO for
Corn-Firmer: No. 2 mixed, i'.Kfyi'c; No
O K.ki,n i 1 til lP-.,.
Oats Steady: No. 2. 'JHfiUo.
r'""' tvnii common ren tear fr r,
n TrPrulrm -0iJ0 li tor prime to cholco
r,rim"Vrh.:i . ..I.;..:??" J.".r , common to
9,lT'eflrm'r:. CQolcofo rancy nr..umery
rra-leno,,nl "u,-,, WW
Efrfm-APfivi.-nandll it., .l
P(iTAVftVi V.io,. ot 'UtAn. . . .
pohk-s;;,v. .rt,'" .
aitfiu u'eucr, newtaess, I1H.UU
Lard Firm: prime steam. 7'ia7:0
JlACON-Lonifs, I04i)c: shorta. ll'&in n
cir nbs. lullc,;ii',mck.T JIH!o
irrar w.".u? .? .?.' fair.
L!' h"vy iai.: comiBw
J2Ho: nuns or etafrs, I0c; dry E'
cult salted, aun- ,t7uTi . n'J.
M,A; ---- '"v,, w uuim anu
6?o. k ' W!a, uncureJ' Ci damajfod.
do'i,J.E7rJt:LT?Wcak: (rrecn' TOac; dry
WHSAT Lowor: v ti,.,i o .
CHI OA 00.
. Ji "-uKr; Benteniber, 7HV;c: Oo
Corn Weaker; August, 50io: ji,nt..mtif.r
yeur'VllM""' September. rj;
Laru HiKlior; August, t7 57'.- s..r.
tcraljer, 7.7U; October, f7.fi) "
10H25."T Klus-St,l,,0"',Jl;'-. tl(W5s October.
Live Stock Markets.
W fCS a Tf nt a la rwv .
.... i,.,iiTr,. k f . i. .! . i i,i ' "CJIV Rim un-
mr.Y-T" ' ,"ul V-wm.i!: rouirli
i.CATTi.E-ltecHpts, 5,700: best Ptenclv; r,n.n.
uion weak; ex port h. tH.M&IM; g,MA to
5 40 ""
biiEKP Receipts, I.OfJO; slow; common to
fair. ia.2OSj.X0O; medium to good, W.25S,sg.
f'ATTI.E Mirkrt ilull ,,,i ...i
ehippliiK at $fta.il0; fair to medium at $.5.4o
w.ou, ion wi i-iiuiuu IIUIAJIIIT8 HI ft V.) )
mixed butchers, WMKtHM; common to bis't
blltchrs cows, ttyi.Zi; stoiki-rs, W.G54 :
feodorg. 4.35fti4.7U: fat hiillx r;.,i T. T.. '
KiiKKP Lncbnntred; eommon to fair
Vl.mM.20: rood to .'tin ti -V:
westorri latubs, $4.25(&5 ; ' no ' tniid l
IIooh l nchanircd; common to fulr
Tattle lti,i i,lnta i wi. .i
( , nn.TT I.IIU UHm
r!hunirnd: mit.ivi, RtiM.vd I win i Kit, . -
avurairo, S.Bt)f8.Sr,; ;do, V.0 to 1JU0 pounds
f'l.:(t.60; cows, I2.75UX74; grass Texaj
11iflH UnnnUila QtVaft .!. ta
sales ttt $&.ViW.Mi mainly at t.r.86.VW.
niiRBi iu!L-i;iin, iw, BWUity; iiRUves. KS
pounds avuratre, U.J6.
Money and Stock Market.
V.',u Vnu A iim.ol IK XI. . ,
WWi. Oar BiKcrat 110!,. KxplianireaUalv
MWIM, lonir, 4K4H4MW4H Rhort. GovernI
mania B.r.ittv .Mltn. r..!.. .
8tois stronir. with an ailvanre of WratlM t
Iton, duiHIned from i to IK. Thrwn, 1U0;
WVJI1! '. Paolflu lair btocki
rteaay af am.
MTvu , ivuwu ia, siiu oecama
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Biicl Cae,s, Jatli Tubs, Water
Agent for Atkins & Wt'stlake Oil. Uasolmc and das Iovch, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Stool Plows, Chilled Plows, Walkintr Cultivators,
Coin Shelters, Planters, Kte., Ktc
Nos. 27 & 33,
TEI.KI'HONK NO. .'O.
Commercial Avenue, - - - CAIRO. ILL.
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared to do Job Print inir of eVery description from a
Dodder to a Three-Sheet Poster on the shortest notice and
in the best style, and at the lowest possible prices. Call
aud get his prices.
OFFICE: No. 7a Ohio Levee, C AIILOi 1 iiLg
(Succeascr to Cha.s. T. Newland auJ
Plumber, Steam anil Gas File
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
venth iSts ,
Urlve Well Force and Lift Pump. farnlhid and
put up. Auciit for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUJIF'
the bent pninp ever Invented. New Ga Klityrea
urr.i.ueu to oraer. o.a rmares repaired and
tSTJobbinit promptly attended to. 31'Mf
Patrick t. McAipine,
MikIo to Ordor.
8thSt.,bet. Ohio Levee 4 Commercial Ave.
RepairiDff neatly done at short notice.
NEW YORK STOUK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
wr, Nineteenth street 1 p., rt 111
Commercial AvennHf UllI'O. Ill
"ITH. IUBII1T1. 1IITII
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - TTYI
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLAHK80N, A(ent.
Next Aloxander Co, Hank, HthSt.
UTOood Btock and Trice Kcaonable.f
and Agato AVnie,
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
ca i no, in.
J. W. IIEiDERSOiST,
No. UH Commercial Ave.,
3oIe Asrentfoi the Celebrated
Mat.ufK turcr acl Dealer la
Ji0 Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
HEADOl'A' TERS FOR
KADQL'A' TERS FOR
BulMir' Hardware and Csrnetitcra' Tonl. Tah.'e
and I'ocket futliry, bent In the market. IluKera
Itron.' I lnttd Knivi K. Korku ana Sd.kjiip, (iraulta
iron ri'. iicr ln Karthenware. w hte Monntain
KreeZer, Water foolers, IMrierntuM, tlothei
Wrlniferi-, Crown Klutcr". St. p Ladde't, Garden
Imuknu nif. Golden Mar Oil Stovea- bet In thu
world, Lamps of every dew-rip tion. lain Oil,
Carin t Swe. tierii. K, ather DunterH. Ilrnnmii. Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, 1'ull enpplv ol KihlD
1 he above t rocs bottom price.
Corner l.'th and ('omnierclal Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. M.
13G &138 Cora'l Ave.
have a full and con.plcte lino of
DRY (J 00DS
Lineh lioods, Piusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock ol Body liruieels, Taper
tnea uud Iuicruln
A full mock of Oil Cloths, all Zea and prices.
All Ooodg at Hot torn J'rionsl
Manufacturer and Dealer in
8th Strcei, between Com'l Ave. .ud Levoe.
CnOKE HOItlNO a specialty
ALL KINDS Of AMCNITION.
lafei heoalred. All Kinds ot Keys Made.