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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1872.
JOHN II. OHEULY, Editor and Publisher.
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rOR TICK PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
FOR AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
DANIEL OH AHA.
FOR STATK TREASURE!!.
CIIARLKS K. LANPMKll.
FOR ATTORN KY OFNERAI.,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
FOR CLKRK 8UPRRMK COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLKRK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
K. A. D. WILBANKS.
Estimates made At Sprlnflol J concern
ing tho next Illinois Leglilature, msko
theSonste comlit of 30 Liberals and U
Republicans ; tho Ilouae, 80 Lllorals ntul
07 Republicans. Nominations bsvo beon
made by both parties in 10 ok" tho M Die
trlcU, and ono party In nlno other Districts.
The New York ' Tribune, 1 of tho
Inst., contains tho following:
An experienced politician, writing from
Mound City III., cays : During mv late
trip through the North-West I found that
tho prompt action or the Baltimore conven
tion had n good effect on tho Liberal and
Democrats. I reel that our work has now
fairly begun, and In this State we niu-t have
a majority rr CongreMmen, elect the Statu
ticket, uml insure Trumbull's return to the
Senate. All or this requires labor or the
hardest kind, yet I am eonlldent It can be
FOR roNORESS i:l(l!ITEENT!I DISTRICT,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OK EOl'ALIEATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. 01IERLY.
Wc are authorized to annouuee JOHN' Q
UAUMANas a candidate for Circuit Clerk or
Alexander county, at tho eiiulng election in
No ember next.
We are authorized to announce R. S. YO
IT.M a. a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Al
exander county, at the eimilng election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce II. W.
WK1I1I, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the eimiing November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November elcctiou.
We arc authorized to announce HAMIL
TON 1RVIX a a candidate for re-election
to the office or Sheriff or Alexander comity.
AVc. are authorized to announce JOHN
McEWEN a a candidate lor Sheriff, at the
ensuing November election.
AVc are authorized to announce JOHN
11. OOSSMAN as a candidate for re-elcctlon
to the office or Coroner, subject to tho deci
sion or the Democratic Convention
TuKtimo of organization is at hand.
Bally, Greeley men.
Judoe Saniord E. Cuukcii, will prob
ably bo the Democratic and Liberal candi
date for Governor ot Now York. Gov
Hoffman will retire.
Summer's letter is to be published in
pamphlet form, with the scriptural motto
"I will say to the north, give up ; and to
' the south, keep not back."
Circulate tho documents. The
Weekly Bulletin, a thirty-two column
paper, full of Liberals facts, Is only one
dollar a year.
a wo nunureu thousand votes were
polled at the late election in North Caro
Una, the largest ever before thrown. The
Radicals colonized voters by the thou
sand, and yet were unable to secure the
control the State.
thk name of the Grant Kadlcal who,
with tho amiable Jack Winter, "ran" tho
Liberal Congressional convention, and
who aftowards dictated tho nomination of
Clements lo tho Radical Anna convoutlon
Is not McAfee, or McFoe, but John It
Alciio. He is an attorney nt law of
Coultoravillo, and, until lately ho nrose
with rocket-llko brilliancy Into tho polit
ical sky, was n youth to fortuno and to
The guerrilla Mosby; the hangman of
John Brown, Wiso ; tho man who bnnsted
ho would call tho roll of his slaves at tho
foot of Bunker Hill tnonutnont,Toombs: tho
blatant Bourbon who was vice-prcsidont
of tho Southorn Confederacy, Stephens;
tho grand thief of Tammany, Tweed,
have all declared In opposition to Oreoloy
and aro laboring to secure Grant's ro-eloc-
tion. Wo aro glad to bo rid of thoso men.
May tho Radicals enjoy their company I
"I know Gen. Grant belter than any other
man in the country can know hint. It was
my duty lo study him, ami I did so night
and day, when 1 saw liiiu and when I did
not see him, and now I tell you what i
KNOW, II K CANNOT GOVERN THIS COUNTRY."
Sfcretary SJicin Jf. Stanton.
LETTER FROM J. U. E. T.
The young men of New England are
for Greeley. The Old Philosopher repre
sents young ideas is tho exponent of the
new departure in American politics, the
leader ol the great army of political pro
The State of Maino, stand up You
have been charged with the high crime
and misdemeanor of Grantism; are you
Guilty or Not Guilty? Tho State will
plead on the 9th of September, next; and
11 she Is Guilty and admits offense, may
the Lord havo mercy ou her shameless
Maine, "Star lu tho East," shine with
the Greeley light in September, and again
lead the column. "As goes Maine, so goes
the Union, " has been true, for lol these
many years; and now that the truth
of the legend may be maintained it must
go for Greeley. If it does not, the Union
Col. McCluhe, the Liberal chief of
PaonrylTania, has been seriously ill. The
disease was cholera morbus, the same dis
ease to which Mr. Brown uccumbed. We
hop cholera morbus may not become ejii-
dotalc with our leaders. It Is a bad dis
4M, and should be banish! from tho
ranks of lha reformers.
BrjUKXB llaioe Blaine, the speaker
f tso Faderal House of Representatives'
rlUd to Sasator bumner's Greeley let
ter, SRsT piTssed from that gentleman
too Urt rtsfoase we published in another
The great Charles bus peppery
i, aadl using it to good advantage lu
tkf ffttMt canvass.
ON THE WING-LAKE OKOIIOK
OUR HOST ROGER'S LEAP
ISL A N OS T I O O N D E R OGA
CREEK LAKE CIIAMPLA1N
Lake dunmore, Vt., Aug. J, IST-J.
LAKE OKORUE OUR HOST.
Our last letter left us snugly tucked up
under woolon blankots nt Lako George ;
thoso woro nalcyou days. As wo have
beforo uiontioncd our boadquartcrs were at
an old farm house which stood within
twenty feet of tbo lake.
an old fishorman himself, of fifteen years
residence hero, prior to which time ho was
an actor, which profession bo had fol
lowed for twonty years; most oi tho time
as leadiug man at tho old Bowory in New
York. Ho showed u u doep scar across
tho bridge of his nose from a cut received
from the veteran Booth, while nlavini
Macduff to Booth's Macbeth. Booth was
drawing "Mark Twain" and as crazv as a
loon; he would not "hold enough,'' and
Macduff after becoming nearly exhausted
In tho combat, was obliged in shcor de-
fenso to break Booth's sword, and to put
him Aors du combat. Our favorite fishinir
ground at Lako Georgo was in tho vicin
a high precipitous mountain, whose base is
washed by tho placid wators of tho lake
which at this point attain tho depth of
nearly two hundred feet. Tbe side of the
mountain towards the wator is a rough
wall of rock, towering upward over one
thousand feet. Many years ago, in tbo
early history of tho country, a settler by
the name ot Rogers was being pursued bv
tho Indians near this placo; it was winter
and the snow was on tbo ground. Rog
ers, on arriving at the summit of tho
mountain, looked over the brink into tho
awful chasm bolow. At this torriblo mo
ment a happy thought struck him. As wo
said beforo the snow was deep, showing
plainly tils tracks to the edgo of the prcci
pice. He retraced his steps backward for
a considerable distance into tho forest, and
then inado his way down tho mountain
and on to tho lake. Tho Iudians, ou ar
riving at the summit, noticed but ono pair
of tracks, and that forward. On looking
over me euge or the mountain the Indian
discovered Rogers a thousand feet below,
unharmed. They concluded that tho
Great Spirit had miraclouslv spared his
life by his jumping over tho precipice un
injured, and did not pursue him farther:
henco the mountain has since been known
as Rogers' leap. We have never visited a
lako before where nature has done so
much and art so little as at Lake Georgo.
With a few exceptions the border of tho
lako its entiro length retain its pristine
originality, as it has done for ages ; high
lowering mountains covered with trees
and clothed with verdure, tbo foliago of
the deepest green, tho shadows of which in
the cool evening reflect on tho bosom of
the lako in over varying, wierd and fan
tastic forms. In tho centra of tho lako are
THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE IS
LANDS of large size, with summer cottages and
out houses upon them ; others apparently
not longer than the head of a hogshead.
At the foot of the lake, where we tied up,
Is tbe outlet for the same, a stream called
or Ti creek, for short. In its course of
four miles beforo it empties into Lako
Champiain, it 1ms u fall of two hundred
feet, which affords a line water power
that is taken advantage of at old Ticonder
oga, where there aro quite u number of
manufactories of various description.
Twice each day our solitude was disturbed
by tbe arrival of the steamer
which crossed our tishing grounds at U a.
in, going up, and & p. u. on her return
trip. One afternoou we resolved to give
tbe tourists on board a surprise. We an
chored our boat within fifty fcot 0f wjK0
the steamer would pass, and having each
prepared ourselves with a fish securely
hooked, some just caught and some several
hours bofore, we at a glvon signal and with
a yoll that would havo startled a Co-
maticlie, pulled tip our six rods with
fish swinging In tho air at tho end of oscli
Such a rush on tbo boat; bvorybody
crowded on ono sido, making tho littlo
Mlnnolmha careen terribly. Tho passon
gors shouted, wo yelled, and to cap all tho
steamer blowed her whistle with such
vim that It echoed and ro-echood over tb
lako. Wo will venturo to say, there is no
ono that mado tbo trip, but has beforo
this many times told of tho simultaneous
haul of bass and plckorol scon by thorn
in Lake Georgo.
VIVE LA HUMllUO.
During our stay at thn lako our party
spent ono day on Lako Cbamplnln, only
four miles distant. Horo tho fish will
rlso to tho surfaco nt any timo for tbo fly
or trotting hook. Owing to a severo
north wind the lako was rough and our
success limited; your correspondent mak
ing up in variety what ho lacked in quality,
bringing in successfully h black bass, pike,
porch and plckorol. From Lako Georgo
wo finally and rcgrotfully limbered up,
and ono pleasant nftornoon started for
home, tho dear old homo of
somo twenty miles distant, whoro nftcr a
rest of a fow days we woro once moro
on tho wing, and finally alighted in that
charming nest among tbo mountains,
which wo so fully desorlbed last year,
when wo, in company with Walter Hys
lop, of your city, "dono" tho lako and gave
your readors a full account of tho same.
Tho hotel on tho bordors of tho lako is
well filled with guests from all parts o:
tho union, who aro hero enjoying pure air,
a cool and bracing atmosphoro nnd no
mosquitoes to present their bills, those of
tho landlord being nll-suftleicnt.
J. U. E. T.
A SHARP LETTER FROM THE SEN
ATORTO SPEAKER BLAINE.
CHARLES SPEAKS STERNLY
SUMNER'S REPLY TO 11LAINE.
Washington. Aug. 5 Senator Sum
ncr thus replios to Speaker Blaino :
Washington, Aug. 5, 1872.
Dear Sir: I havo socn tbo lottor nd
dressed to mo by you through tho public
prints, und I notice especially that while
tvnimauvertiug upon mv sunnort of
Horace Greeley you say not ono word in
vindication of that compound of Dreten-
sions known asGrnutism, in contradistinc
tion to Kopubllcantsm, which you would
insiau in a now government, lou are
greatly concerned about tho company I
keep. lo quiet your sollcltudo, 1 beg to
say that in joining the Republicans who
brought forward an original abolitionlit,
I find myself with so many others devoted
to the cause I have served always that I
had not missed you until you hastened
to report absence ; nor had I taken ac
count of the Southern secessionists who,
as you nvor, are now co-operating with
me in support of this original abolitionist
except to rejoice that if among my former
associates some liko yourself hesitate their
places aro supplied in an unexpected quar
You entirely misunderstand me when
you Introduce an incident of tho past and
ouuu on it an argument wbv 1 should not
support Horace Greeley. AVbat has Pres
ton urooKs to do with the 'residential
election? Novcr whilo a sutl'orer did
anybody hear me speak of him in unkind-
ness;and now, alter tho lapse of more
than half n generation, I will not unito
wun you in dragging him rrom the grave
where ho sleeps to aggravate tho passions
of political conflict and arrest tho
longing for concord. And here is
THE ESSENTIAL DIFFERENCE
betTeen you and mo at this juncture. I
seize the opportunity to make tho eoual
rights of all tecuro through ueace and re
conciliation , but this infinito boon vou
would postpone. Seven years have Dassed
since wo laid aside our arms, but unban-
..II.. .1 I ! .t.r- , i .i ' , .
puy uuriug uu mis periou mere nas been
a hostile spirit toward each other, while
tho rights of colored fellow-citizens have
been in perpetual question. Seven years
mark a natural period of human life.
Should not tho spirit bo changed with the
body? Cau wo not. after seven years,
commence a now lito, especially when
mcso once our ices repent, saying "1 tv
people shall bo my peoplo and thy God
God ? " I declare my preference for an
oliirinal abolitionlit ai lrciclrnt on.l vmi
seek to croate a diversion by crying out
that tho Democrats will supp'ort him. To
which 1 reply, so much tho better. Their
support is assurance that the causto he has
so constantly guarded, whether of equal
rights or reconciliation, is accepted bv the
Democrats, and this Is a
l'LEPOK OF TRUE UNION,
beyond anything in our history. It is a
victory of ideas, without whicli all other
victories must fail. To intensify vour al
legation, you insist that I am ranged with
Jcfforsou Davis and Robert Toomos. But
pardon me. Nobody know how the
loruier will voto; while Robert Toombs is
boisterous against Horace Greeley, and
wun nim aro Stephens, Wise and Atosbv.
This is all very poor; and I mention It
only to exhibit tho character of your at
tempt. In tho same spirit you seek to
avoid tho real issuo by holdingup the pos
sibility of what you call Democratic ad
ministration; and you have tho courage t,i
assert, as within my knowledge, that bv
tho election of Greeley Congress is band
ed overto the control ot the party who
have positively denied tho rights of the
black men. You say that I know this.
MR. erEAKEIt, I KNOW NO SUCH TOINO,
and you should bo sufficiently thoughtful
not to assert it. I am entirely satisfied
that a canvass like tho present, where tbo
principles declared nt Cincinnati are
openly accepted on ono sido and not con
tested on tho other, must result in a large
number of Congressional representatives
sincerely devoted lo tbo rights of the col
ored citizens than over before. The Dem
ocrats will bo pledged as never before to
tbo ruling principles that all men nre
equal before the law, and also to the three
constitutional amendments with a clause
to oach empowering Congress to ouforce
tbo samo by appropriate legislation. But
besides tho Democrats, there will bo Lib
eral Republicans pledged likewise, snd
also your peculiar associates, who, may
not betray the cause. Senator and Rep
resentatives calling themselves Republi
cans have been latterly In a largo major
ity in both houses, but tho final measure,
oizil rights, to which you refor, though
urged by mo daily, has failed to become
law, less, I fear, from Democratic opposi
tion than from Republican lukowaruincss
and want of support in the President.
THE ORE AT ISSUE.
which tbe peoplo are called on to decide In
November Is on President; and no bod.,
knows better than yourself that the hou'
of representatives obossn at the tamo timo
will voluntarily harmonise with him ; so
it nas Men in our nisiory. .now uuivu,
with Horace Greeley Involves what I
mm! 1n1rA. Wllh such a DrCSidont, COR
gross will be changed for tho first time
slnco the war. Tbo equal rights or all
will have a deolarod representative at tbo
head of tho govornmont, whose presence
there will be or higher slgnflcance than
that of any victor ot war, being not only a
testimony, but tho only constant motlvo
power in mis great cause. uppotmH
whether open hostility or moro subth
treachery, will yield to the steady Influ
nnrn of such n rnnrsiontatlvo. There
foro In looking to tho President I look
also to congress which will tako its char-
ptnr In m. Ihtca mura from llllll. In
choosing Horace Greeloy, wo do tho best
wo can for tho wholo Government, not
onlv in tho executive, but in tho lealsla
tlve branch, while wo doclino to upport
nepotism, repayment or personal ey om
cial patronage, seizure of war powers and
indignity to a black ropuonc, anu ie
various incapacity exbibitod ny mo rresi
dent and tho rlnea bv which ho Governs
nono of which can you defond. You know
woll that tbe rings are already condemned
by tho American people. For myself, 1 say
piainiy ana witnout nesuaiion, mat i pre
for Horaco Greeley, with any congress
5osslb1e on tbe Cincinnati platform, to
'resident Grant with his pretensions and
rings, a vote for whom involves support of
an nis pretensions, with prolonged power
in an tne rings, 'ihero
MUST BE ANOTHER INFLUENCE
and another example. The Admlniitra.
tion, in all parts, is impressed by tbo Pres
ident. Let his soul bo enlarged with tho
sentiment or justice, quickened by Indus
try, and not only the two bouses of Con
cress, but tbo whole country, will fool an
irresisiioio autnonty overspreading, per
moating overywnore. Therefore, In pro
portion as you aro earnest for the rights of
tne colored citizens, and place them above
all partisan triumph, you will bo glad to
support tnat candidate wnoso heart has al
ways throbbed for humanity. The coun
try needs such a motive power in the White
uouse; it needs a generous louotain
there; in ono word, it needs somebody dif
ferent from the present incumbent, and
nobody knows this better than Speaker
Blaino. Tho personal Imputation you put
I REPEL WITH THE INDIONATION
of an honest man. I was the faithful
supporter of President Grant until some
what tardily awakened by his painful con-
uuct ou tne island oi St. xvomingo, involv
ing tho seizure of the war power in viola'
tion of the Constitution and treat Indie
nity to the black republic in violation of
international law. And wnen I remon
strated against these intolerable outrages,
I was set upon by those acting in his'be-
naii. sucn is tno origin ot my opposition.
I could not havo dono less whithout failure
in that duty which is with me the rule of
life. Nor can I doubt that when partisan
sentiments are less active vou will ret ret
tho wrong you have done me.
Meanwhile I appeal confidently to the
candid judgment of those who amidst all
prosent differences of opinion unite in the
great ODjects, tar above party or Presi
dent, to which my life is devoted. 1 am,
sir, your obedient servant. .
To the Hon. Speaker Blaine.
fKroni 'Central Christian Advocate.' Julv
Steamincj Food. If all ladies knew tbo
superiority of steaming many articles of
food, over boiling them, they would be
better supplied with conveniences for that
purpose. Cookinc can be done much
quickor, and with less fuel, by steam, than
in any other way. Applo dumplings aro
far superior when steamed, to botlvd ones,
which are apt to bo heavy and water-
soaked. Steam till dono, then set in tbe
oven a few minutes to dry tho moisture.
So it is with other puddings, custards,
brown bread, vegetables, etc. and for
cooking fruits, particularly quinces, to pre
serve or put up in tneir own juice, it is an
excellent way to steam till tender, beforo
pulling into syrup, in warm weather,
a bteam'.r it a blessing indeed, for a very
little fire will do; thus saving heat in the
house, making it much more comfortable,
a wen as economical.
Our Home Advertisers.
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hart o f their patron e.
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I WINES AND LIQUORS-
And proprietor orneiv and opeudld
No."f Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, - . . ILLINOIS,
Keeps constantly on hand the choicest or
ines and Liquors, which he will sell at the
very lowest Ufurcs. Call and examine.
F. M. STOUKFLKTH,
scccissoa to roHLi t sTocirma
ReeUryer ana WboleoaU s?alr Iss
sVorolffa stssfl ISosssMtle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 02 Ohio Levee,
Ekeeuson liuid canttamlv full t, n
Old Keotuekt llourbon. Hv -n,l u
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Kklnemiil llfnrnU Wlnen Un.viit
Also, keep constantly an hand a most com
plate slock or
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Voti, Maderia, Shorry and Catawba "Wines
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Pntlf, Bessalsse, Uaaolla.
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Between Washington ateaue and PopUr tlreet
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Com. Ohio Levee & Second St.
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CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to eapply cutomei
elth the bet I
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CO A T i.
Cturlee Hotel, will receise prompt attention.
THE TUO -5MONTAUK '" will Vin coil .1
lo lesmer nt nr hour
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H. Green, 'i
swpems. attention glien to Admiralty and
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AND 6 OVEB
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
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STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gas Fitter's ana Mumber'i material. Wood
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tuo uit roa
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i rinrlrrtil narrli tl, laais.
CITY fiATIOsV AL HANK, CAIRO
A. B. SAFFORD. President)
B. 0. TATLOR, Vles-Prrsident l
M. I1TSLOP, (lecretarr aad Treasurer.
P. M. BlSClAT,
F. H. BrocarLiTB.
K. H. Ccsiiiaaia,
i stents i
set O. Bcaea,
J. M. Paiittrt.
Bossoalta stt ssssjr Aasasssst swosMtw trim
Tea Ceau Cbwsism,
JNTERE8T paid on deseslu at ths rale el six
percent, per annum, Match 1st aad Septea
r let. Interest not withdraws la adatd Imme-
Kiting them compound Interest.
ssaksusd WUSSS AJfXJ CHILDREN MAT
W THAT SO OKI SUt CAM 0S1W IT.
vtH UUn.UV.- I1 J 1IU1I, V .III. IO) I). Ill ,
and Baturdar ereninK lor HAV1NO DEPOSITb
onlj, from S lo S o'clix k
W. IIIBLoP, Treaeurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALL! DAY, Preeldent:
HENRT L. HALLIDAT. Vic-PrilUni;
A. B. 8AFF0RD, Cashier;
WALTER HTSLOP, Assistant Caabier.
Htsat L. Hallibat. w. v. n. '
Oto. V. WiuiABsoa, Brtrata Bias '
a. a. aunsa.
t mm SoM.
EP08IT8 received, aad a oerl bamklnc
boiineee aoaa. '
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DAMEL HURD, PrMldeal t
ROBERT. MIL. . t i:e.preldeal
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLT MADE.
EXCHANGE, cola, bank neUe aad United
States aeeurltie bonihl aai aold.
Iatri ailowxl mm TSws Ftoss Urn.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 TENTH STREET,
Boors, Baas, SUlaeU. MoaiUas).
Save Gaiters, (woo Wladow aael Boor
rrasstco, rioortsa;, Latki,
Mklstcles, diaaod Sastss, Otaaod aids
Uckla, eiaaosl t.
sm Watgtsta, Bosh PalUca assel OoreJa
BUael rMtealsss, ooBssj
rail, SEooSaa; Contest, Plaaterlssc
Pssor, rp Fall, Wkiso
LwasI, Ltsaod Oil, Asaorteasi Wladow
Glass, Ess-Halt asdrroscsa
Plate (llaas. Fatty, ulaaler'a Possta
EU., ate., Ktc.
A QJP iot. Roe1 PPr Compaaj"
X. Bheathioi 'ell and Quarts Cement
it. rr jonu e tmproTed Koollns
time xa Moasraa'jr. -w
A flno stock of AVatchcs, Clocks, Jewelry
awl Spectacles. Particular attention given
n all kinds of watch repairing. The public
ire solicited to call and compare prices and
charges. Sole agent for Karl Zimmerman's
ajlebarated watcJics. Ah a flue watch they
ne equal to any, and excelled by none In
(l,ls market. Presentation watches a specialty
m any doslgn. W
Chaa. Hhoenmoyer. Wm, achiek
CIIAS. SHOENMEYER & CO.
All orders promptly attended to, 1
NORTHWEST CORNER OF WAIBINOTON AY
ENDS AMD TUITB T,
P. 0, Prawsr 1J.
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