CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 18755.
PARKER & MONTAGUE,
Proprlftort of the
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
I9TIic bt brand of Cigars, choice
Wlnet. I.lguora. rtt.t always on hind, tf.
' OCT 'THE
By EM I.N G
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO OIVE A MOBE UNIITOBM AND FLEA8ANT
HBAT, TO USE LtM WOOD, ARB MOBE
CABErULLY FITTED, ABB HOUR
XASILT AXDCUEAFLT MOUNTED,
ABB VNDEH MOBE FEBFECT
COXTBOL, HATB A BTRONOBR
Give better satisfaction, and told for a
Leu Price than any
SHEET I BON PARLOR STOVE
in the market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUFG COMPANY
MT. LOCI MO..
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
C. W. HENDERSON,
raMlatUai MB, Balletlsi BaUtlag
Thxrk are 7S0 icholara enrolled In our
Mm. U. H. Foot of St. Louis, It visit-
Ing her friends in thii city.
It was Mr. William McGeo, not McKoo,
who wu married evening boforo Inst.
Good Kid Gloves in all shades for 76
cent at Blum & Ansom's. 9-27-USt.
Rates on freight aro Increasing nt St.
Louis, and light draught bosts aro in de
Velvet and Silk Ribbons aro chcxpor
at Blum & Ansom's than anywhoro clso
In the city.
Johnnie Gates has been too unwoll to
attend to business for more than two weeks'
but is recovering.
Amandui Jackel is Itting up an oyster
saloon on tho cornor of 12th street and
Paducah is using St. Bernard conl fur
nished her doalors over tho Elisabeth
town and Paducah railroad.
A very flno assortment of Lavandcr
Cloaks and Shawls juit opened at Blum &
Ansom's Dry Goods Homo on Eighth
street. Go and oxamine tbeni.
The salo of tho furnituro and other ar
ticles at tho Custom House wns largely at
tended yestordny and many of the nrticles
sold for veryjrood prices.
From lour to six trains of frolght nrrlve
nightly over the Illinois Central railroad.
And the amount of freight rethlpped
here is largely on the increase.
The T. F. Eckert, Capt. Dugan, went
yesterday afternoon to raise a con! barge
beloneing to tho Grand Tower coal com
pany which sunk from open scams in tho
bend above the city.
We learn that squirrels are crossing the
Ohio and emigrating to Illinois near
Caledonia, tho country on both sides of
the rivor being literally alive with them.
hero aro our hunters 7
The furnaces for heating the sand, and
proparing coal tar to bo used in tho con
struction of tho asphaltic pavement, are
being built In tho custom homo yard.
Tho agent of the company, who ts to lay
the pavomonl, was much disappointed to
find, upon his arrival, that tho rollers,
furnaces, &c, necessary to begin the work,
had not already been preparod. Tho do-
lay is only temporary.
While our cheeks aro still suffused
with blushes, and our heart a glow with
tho first blush of newfound happlnoss, wo
are called upon to congratulato an equally
and similarly happy old timo companion,
upon his sudden depnrturo from tho bar
ren wastes of bachelorhood, to tho inviting
fields of matrimony. Mr. Sam William
son, ncphow of Capt. G. D. Williamson, of
this city, was married yesterday at Anna
Illinois, to Miss Phaobp Hartman of this
city. Wo wish tho happy rouplo numer-
To tho great host of friends who have
oxtended us congratulations, and all sorts
of good wishes, wo rolurnour heart felt
thanks. Wo nlwovs honed that our
friends woro nnmorous, but boing a mod
est man, did not assume to number thorn
by tho league. The several editors who
havo good naturcdly painted us over tho
head with their jingo lead poncils havo
our gratitudo for their good wishes, and
our forgiveness for tho rest. Our modesty
has suffered somowhat at their hands, but
wo guess it tvu deserved, as wo do not
recollect to have ever exercised any
mercy oursclf undor similar circumstan
A frlond has handed us tho following
transcript of the Richmond houso register,
all visitors : Did Ketchumbythchalrnnd
kickum, Toozlfoozle. C'oocoo boo 7.00, Tic
Dolnroux, Kil-IclHl, Touokotobtu and
Buttadrammo. Tho distinguished visitors
wcrd from tho uncivilized town of Cairo,
but were treated with ureat consideration
and respect by our citizens. Paducah
Tho above is proof positive of the state
ment of othor parties, concerning Len
Faxon's condition, which wo give in an
other paragraph, nrid we pass this by
without further comment.
MRS. ANNA LANG
On Eighth Street, between Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
I rMttflsf dalljr nw IdtoIcis of
01 tftrj ieriplioa, ud it Paicat to Beit m
THE LATEST STTLES OF
SfRINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACES OF ALL KIND
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all the other articles kept
lj a First Class Millinery and Trimming
ware, to oe mm at me very lowest ngure.
17 Call and see her. No trouble to show
Several of the steamers laid up because
of low rates are thinking of going to t-X.
Louis soon. The Nick Longwortb, which
has undercono thorough repairs at Mound
City, will probably be tho first to depart.
Our city is becoming distressingly
moral. Only one case came up before the
police ccurt yesterday. A plain drunk by
Mr. Jack Burns, for which, in default of
$1 and costs, he is boarding with McUale
for 6 days.
Nothino could have been more plans-
ant and agreeable then the weather of yes
terday. The bright sunshine and bracing
tmosphere cleared of all impurcties by
the recent heavy rain were all that heart
FOB LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eiohth St., Bt. Com. & Wash.,
Has just opened a new and stylish estab
lishment, fully up to the times, and invites
Id customers and new, ladles, children and
au, to isvor mm wun incur patronage.
Butcher and Dealer ix all Kinds or
Corner Ndo-tenth and Foilar Sts.
Buys and slaughters only the best cattle
hers and sheep, and is Drenared to till auvde
msad for Iresb meats from one pound to ten
thousand pou nds.
Mr. George Dugan, of Bollivar, Ten
nessee, was in the city yesterday, and re
turned home this morning. Ho reports
the cotton crop, the staple of that section,
as having been very much injured by the
The rumor that some one bad been
shot at the corner of Tenth street and
Commercial avenue last evening, Is with
out foundation. We were out enough in
trying to trace it, to satisfy our minds up
on the question.
The .1. J. Alert is still at work on tho
old wrecks in tho bend above the city. Mr,
Dodson, her clerk, returned from a visit to
Cincinnati, day before yesterday. Mr
Dodson has been clerk on tho Abert ever
since she came out, five years ago.
Fred Rose, Merchant tailor, No. lot
Commeicial avenue. Both French and
Scotch Caemers of all colors, Beavers
and Broad Cloths, constantly on hand
and all coods warranted. Dving in all its
branches also carried on. 9-l!7-d3w
Liverpool Nsw-Tork and Phttadrlpbta
vaosa eoarsAcr win cjmtid mm aid saitisa
For Carr-iBi the Malls.
FOE PASSAGE TICKETS
oa tvarasa ihsoui.tioi
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
IS Broadwaj, N-w.Tork, r to
W hlartnn Ayr, fiairn. nnip. i
LIME I CEMENT I
CAPS GIRARDEAU AND ILLIMK
CoBserelal-T., Foot of Eleventb-st.
sat quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on band, and for sale at the
vrv bursal f turns for cash.
A new feature, and one of interest
is tho 40 Horse Team, drawing a gor
gcoutly mounted Band Chariot of tho
great Cosmopolitan Circus, Museum and
Menagerie, which will exhibit in Cairo on
next Wednesday, October 2, 1872.
The placo whoro you can buy your Dry
Goods, Matting, Boots, Shoes, Hats, and
Caps, at from 10 to 25 per cent, cheaper
than any whoro clso in tho city, in Blum &
Ansom's now storo on Eighth streot, first
building below Commercial avenue.
The proceedings at tho Court hous
yesterday wero confined tothe Impannelin
of a Jury for the trial of tio negro John
ston who more than a year ago, brutally
shot and killed Henry Johnston near
Mound City. Tho trial will begin to
When squirrels desiro to cross a river
they first decide tho character of the coun
try beyond by consulting ono of Cohan's
mproved Maps, one which every well I
regulated squirrel is supposed to carry
ithhim. Next the season of tho year
best suited to their purpose, is
selected by Nast's latest ulmanac.
Thon Commodore Rolling' Pin is drawn
pon for facts regarding the depth and
temperature of the water, velocity of the
current, etc. Then from probabilities de
rived from tbe nearest signal station, favor-
ble weather is selected. All things being
ready, each squirrel selects a piece of bark
sufficiently largs '.o float him, which he
pushes into' the water and seats himself
upon it. When tbo wnolc com
pany is so provided for, tho
leader gives a signal and they all raise
their tails and. are g'ently wafted to the
coveted shore. Of course, while nll 'theso
preparations are being made they put
their tails in their pockets to keep them
from getting wet as they would then be
rendered useless and tbev would be com
pelled to reinsio where they were as,
from trie accident columns of the dnilv
papers they have contracted a perfect
horror of the use of any of the
motive powers which tbe science of late
years has invented, and prefer starvation
toneriskto life and limb wtilclt its use
would engender. We give tbe Paducah
'Konluckian' of yesterday, as our authority
for tho above valuable information.
MEN I MEN 1 1 MEN 1 1 1
Wanted, ',000 men to work on tho Mis
sissippi Central R. R., between Jackson
and Milan, Tenn. High wages and
prompt pay. Station and section work
to let at from 10 to 22 conts per yard.
Apply to M. Burns, Mechanics Board
ing House, Cairo, or G. H. Tenny & Co.,
Contractors, Jackson, Tenn. Mr. Burns
has amplo stnblo accommodation for
Horses, having built a new barn oxpressly
for a boarding stable.
Tho Sato portulning to tho Ollico of
Surveyor of Customs, now in tho ollico of
Dr. H. Wiirdnor, will bo sold at Auction
this innrniug at 10 o'clock, ut Dr. Ward
ner's office. Look for a bargain. Sept.
27, 1872. H.
Steamer Bollo of Pike, St. Louis.
" Tyrone, Capo Girardeau.
" Commonwealth, Now Orleans.
" Frank P. Gracey, Evansvllle.
" St. Joseph, Memphis.
" Jim Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus,
f ; Ada Hellman, Evansvllle.
Stcamor Bollo of Pike, Memphis.
" Tyrone, Paducah.
" Commonwealth, St Louis.
" Frank P. Gracey, Evansvllle.
11 St. Joseph, St. Louis.
Jim Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
, " Ada Hellman, Memphis.
BIO MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and. night, with' either lump or chest
nut coalj'ifi any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special .contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Oltphant,
1. A. Bokek, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-lB-ly.
1IOATS I EAVI.NO TO-DAY.
Tho elegant passenger steamor Lit Hello
wlll lcaro this evening at C o'clock, for
Memphis, Vtcksburgand Now Orleans.
Tho flno City of Chester is the packet
leaving at 10 p.m. to-day for St. Louis
and way points. Tho faithful Julia is the
good steamor, leavlpg for Memphis, Vicks
burg and all way" landings, this ovcnlng
at 0 o'clock. .
Tho Jim Fisk is tho dally packet for
Paducah, leaving at 4) a.m.
Tho great low water packet Umpiro is
tho rogular Evansvillo packet, leaving at
6 p.m. for tho abovo and nil points on the
CONDITION OF THE RIVER!-.
Thu rise in tho Ohio at this placo Mu
ring tho past 24 hours, was just noticeable
The recent rise in the lower Ohio has
made the channel somewhat better, and tho
only fault there is to bo found is, it was not
of long duration. There is threo feet over
tho worst Lars between hero and Evans
villo. On French Island thoro is nbout
40 inches of water. Tho Mississippi is
still falling, tho channel is being re
duced very low, and there are no prospects
for an immodiato changed for tho bettor.
Tho water is getting rather thin below
hero and several boats havo had trouble.
UUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Business on and about tho levee was
very fair yesterday. Thoro was one
stoumor loading for New Orleans. The
weather was partly clear with a coo)
While tho Pauline Carroll was being let
otl tbe Marino Wuys at Mound City, and
when nearly ready to float, ono of thu mid
ship cradles got out of fix, and prevented
her from getting off. It Is thought that
she can tpar off, as she lacks onlv about
three inches of floating.
Tho Mary Miller has reached Paducah.
Sbo had to lighten over the crossing.
The Commonwealth bad 2050 burs rail
road iron for Paducah, which she left on
two barges. They were towed to Padu
cah by tbe TyroDe yesterday.
Tbe Mohawk had to patch ono of her
boilers, which detained her for twenty
four hours. She departed last night with
three full barges.
Tbe La Belle commenced loading yes
terday, and will get a full load for New
Pilot Geo. Clark Is learning the river
from here to Memphis.
The Evansvllle packet, Frank P. Gracy
brought in a moderate- trip, consisting
mostly of furnituro. She had no trouble
to speak of in getting out.
The negroes who lounge around tho
levee and wharf boats, aintiso them
selves by getting into quarrels with
those who are working, and watch every
opportunity to do them bodily ipjury
James Low, mato on Phillips' wharfboat'
took a dangerous knife away from one of
them yesterday, just as he was going to let
daylight into tho office boy, because he
accidently threw some water on him.
P H 1L. HOWARD.
City National Bank HuUUIuk.
J)ecial attention paid to order Irom "team
boaiK niiilit ordar
FLOWERS FLOWERS 1 1
Soleclcd strong flowering Hyacinth
bulbs, well adopted for classes or bedding
purposes at Jacket's Saloon, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue. Bulbs to
be put up now In glasses or pots, will
bloom at Christmas. ll-O-dlm.
An unfurnished room and board for a
gentleman and wife, ono child undor two
years of ago. Address with terms.
Box 743 Cairo Ills. " B "
Office Cairo City Ferky Co.
Noticois hnreby given that n meeting
of the stockholders of this company will
bo bold nt tho compony's office, cornor o
Oth and Lovec street, In this city, on Tues
day, Octobor 8th, 1872.
S. Staath Taylor, President.
Cairo, Ills., Sept. 21st, 1872.
Ladies, ask to soo Mrs. Swander's now
crinnlino skirt and bustle combined.
Ir you wish to inuuigo in a delicious
cigar, patronizo P. Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you wish good chawing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
On July 30th Patrick Fitzgerald by
falling on his doorstep broke two of his
ribs. Having a few days boforo pur
chased an accident ticket for nvo days at
the railroad ticket office ho has just re
ceived forty-live dollars as indemnity
for . threo wooks, disability. General
accident tickets insuring against death to
tbo amount of $3000 or 15 dollars per
week Indemnity in case of disability from
any kind of accidant are for salo at tho
Illinois Central Railroad ticket, office at
twenty-five cents for twenty-four hours
ICEI ICE It ICKtll .
From Wednesday May 1st, tho ico
wagon wltyecanvass tbo city, to contlnuo
during the summer months. None but
pure northorn lake ico will bo delivered.
'Husk. Looms, & Co.
Blankeniiuho ahead I Wlnos and Ci
gars I oldest and cbolcost, at tbo EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite tbo Post Office
Finest of Liquors, Frco Lunches and mu
sic every day. Tho great Liberal and
Doraocratlc,Grecly & Brown drlnko Wkis
Beer, is made a specialty, and Fredprides
himself upon keeping tho freshest and
coolest in tho ctiy. Lemonades tho cold
est, mixed drinks and music the finest
Go there. C-27tf
Rooms either furnished or unfurnished
on Seventh street near tbe Blelock house.
Enquire at tho Blelock house.'
rl Ainl anted
of worklDf po
, Btu mo'i moat j
i momenta or all. f h
I'lM, la at aajUiai Im. faitlonUra fr.
4 1 ft rUA aCkfi or rial
tOU 1U c)'4U au ci
rv(aiur ri, jvaoior om
1 work f ir u la thalr saari
Some difficulty between tho contractor
and his employes, who wero building tho
Arab engine house, has caused n tempo
rary delay In tho work, and the removal
of scaffolding, tressels &c, from the build
ing. Tho work will receive a new impe
tus in a few days.
Len Faxan bus been Interviewing tho
Japanese In their native dialect, and
finds them very Intelligent. So ho says.
Other parties, however, state that it was
only Cpt. Dors Smedluy, whom Len in
terviewed, while under tho influonco of
Paducah Welcs beer.
The Bismarck Uund of this city will
give a grand Ball on tho evening of tho
14th of Octobor, next. Eisenberg's splen
did string band, has boon .engaged, and
every step Is being taken necessary to
make the entertalumont ploasurable.
Tickets can bo procured only of the com
mittee of arrangements.
We learn from President Allen that
the Cairo and Fulton railroad will bo com
pleted for thu reception of trains from
Bloomfield, Stoddard'county, to tho Miss
issippi river at Greenfield's, within tbo
next CO days. This will bring to Cairo
large quantities o( grain, produce, Jfc:.,
which no w passes off in other directions,
and is aa Important item for Cairo.
, . NOTICE.
Illinois Central 11. R. Co. 1
Aot's Office, Cairo, tjept. 20, '72.
To persons wishing to attend tho Union
Fair, to bo held at Centralia from Septem
ber 30, to Octobor C, wo will sell excur
sion tickets to Centralis and return, at ono
faro and a fifth, for the round trip.
Salo of tickets will commence Septem
ber 30, und bo discontinued after tbe de
parture of the train on tho morning o
October 6. Tickets good to return iintlf
October 7, inclusive. Tickets will be is"
sued to parties going with stock or articles
for exhibition on nnd after September 27,
James Joiinsun, Ag't.
WATEn-proof St. Louis Lager beer at
the Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it defy storms and dampness, and never
have occaslonto pay a docto rbill.
Mother?, examine Mrs. Swander's un
derwear for infants. You will bo de
If you want Fine Teas or Coffees, Spico
or canned Fruits, choico fresh Butter, or
the very best Flour, go toT. W. Carrico's
grocery store on Washington avenue be
tween Eighth and Ninth streets.
Accommodations for n gentleman and
lady and a few day boarders may bo had
by inquiring at Tun Bulletiv, Refer
etiecs given and required. sept27tf
Louis Blatteau, whom ovorybody
knows, and who is tho friend of every-,
body, is now fully Installed in his nuw
quarters, on Eighth street, botweon Com
morclal and Washington avenues) . Ho' of.
fers to the public tho best St. Louis beer
the choicest brands of wine and tho purest
liquors to be found in thu city, and hopes
that these, civil treatment 'and a cordial
reception, will Insure to him a generous
share of public 'patronage Come and
see Louis in his now homo. He has a wel
come for everybody, and for you, reador
a cordial one. tf. 1
F.ICHHOFF FURNITURE FA CTORY
Wm. Eichhoff has purchased tho inter
est of his brothers in tho above establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furnituro manufacturing businoss with
great success. Ho has n full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every article bo manufactures. He
has also a full stock of IledsttaJi, Chairs.
Tables, Bureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on band, and his prices
defy competition. Sales room at tho fuc
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CAIRO CITY
1 am prepared to nugOtiato tho abovo
amount on Cairo city property in turns of
from $000 to $50,000, on fivo years time,
lntorest 10 per cent, and commissions
reasonable. Also $500,000 to loan for
terms of five years on improved farms in
Southern Illinois and Missouri. For
further particulars address me at Carbon
dulo Illinois. William H. Row,
d&w tf. " Loan Broker.
Mrs. Swandor has tbo newest styles o
braids, chignons, puffs, otc. U-24dtf
NEW EXCITEMENT. AT THE EX
CELSIORS F, Blankenburg wishes to announce to
his friends and patrons that ho has sue-
cooded in otigaging Prof. Wllbrecht of
St. Louis, a fine pianist, who will amuso
tho lovers of rouble with a selection of
charming plocos on tho piano, Every
body Is loyltl'd to the Excelsior, corner,
of 14th streot and Washington avenue.
Pure Wines and Liquors not a hoad
ache or a fight in a thousand gallons of
U-at the Thalia Saloon, corner Twelfth
street and Washington avenue.
$3.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Tancr's
to purchase saddles and har
ness, at his saddle store on
Washington avenue. All
kinds of repairing done on
saddles and harness, and car
rirge painting and trimming
on short notice, in good style
by good mechanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
at No.l in Cairo.
!..2idim John Taner.
flCSYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffeo Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffeo, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in ever' stylo, plain und ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Gliding
Orders solicited for Scenery, Frescoo and
Banner Painting. '
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and omamcntal. All work In
trusted to my care will ho promptly at
tended to. Shop in Perry Ilounc, corner of
Commercial avenue anot Eighth street.
Th Illinois Central Rail Homl Company now
oflerfor sale the following ilticribfd lots la Firs
nnainan 10 inn uiiy OI uairn, ris 1
Lot 17 block UU,
" 1 " 8 ,
ortrms,ete. apply to
lt !U block 2,
" 17 M Hi,
i 2g H 83,
at . 8j.
Our Home Advortisera.
HARRY WALKER & CO., Prop'rs.
This house is newly fitted up wltlOwo
, i . excellent i
And two line
. JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kinds of
The saloon l stocked with the Best
SJOMMUISSIWH AMB rOMWAKDIWO.
I3EIA.XTEIi I3ST XiIMEl
Cement, Plabteb Pabis,
HO. "i OHIO LKVEE, ITNUEIt CITY NATION'-
tgrFor the nurposo of building up a
wholoaalc trade In Cairo. I will sell to deal
era and contractors In lots of 60 barrels and
upward,, at manufacturing prices, adding
(jairo, August i, mi.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Hticcnor toBtrattoD, Hadson Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Illinois
MILLER it PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
ft,.',. TT-.. -A- I.
AGENTS roR FAIRRANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD KITTEN IIOUSE,
arc compounded in the mot approved style
JSrCome and mic for yourself. They keep
uii iinuu a ime mock oi
COLD WERS BEER,
SCHWEITZER, CHEESE AND HOL
are spread morning and evening at n
o'clock, at which all aro invited to par
pate free ol charge. 8-1 !l
o o $
f j .
) H r-
y ) " (0 CO
j t 5
P5 o a
. 3 U
I 2 2
FOR ONE DAY ONLY
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE.
Vi. 51. WILLIAMS', .IAS. KINSLEY,
Lain of Vickiburjt, Mm. Lite ol Cln'll.J
W. 31. WILLIAMS k CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, StEAMHOAT AND
GEXERAL AGENTS, ,
rOItWAHDINd AND COMMISSION
m, uniu l.r.vtr.,
JOHN B. PIILL1S St SON,
lSurcfori to John I). Hillht.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARD! N5 (niVcOMMISSION
. miii a t.
DEALER8 IN FLOUR ;
And Ant f
' . A,
SIIIO RIVER AND KANAWHA
MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE
70 Ohio Levee,
Will exhibit in litis city on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER SECOND
Coknkh Okpak & Eleventh ,St,
This company hnsbcen largely atignio atod
, slnco their lust visit to tills city, aro now giv
: Iiir tar better pcrfonurnccs than before.
Admittance, W cents : Children under 10
For further particulars see small bills and
W. II; PL ATT, Gen. Director.
L, Mykks, Ai.'cnt.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E, B. Uendrieas A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AdTsncememt made 4
Are prepared to receive, tore and forward
freights o Ml points and buy and
Mil on oommUsiuD,
WBimlnMs alfcmded to Vrnmptlyi
X. I). MATIIU8S.. E. O .UUL
- MATHUSS & UHL,
COM MI S SIONM ERC HANTS
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Ha. tut UETU. .
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