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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1872,-SUrPLEMENT.
For liorso fceJ, Indian corn posses
ecu nil tho clement? of warmth and nu
trition, nnil is well calculated to supply
tlio wear and tear of tlio syctcm of
tho Jinrdcet worked horns, nud keep
him in licallhy condition, without any
assistance from dats ; but the usual ad
dition of hay shonld be nllowed to hor
pes, whatever bo tho feed that is in use.
Br n reference to tho analysis of corn,
it will be obrcrved that thero is n little
loss from woody fiber or other inert
substances. It is this principle con
i.Snoil In corn that U is to bo modified
and corrected as a feed, anil not to be
added to by a greater concentration of
nutritive matter ; or, in other words,
add to the corn materials that do not
coutain, or at least, but in n small do
prco those powerful constituent! that
characterize Indian corn ; and for this
purpose wo will recommend that tho
corn bo in minuto division, or ground
into meal, to iusurp a greater diffusion
In tho stomach, aud less concentration
than would result by fcediug it whole,
aud not mixed with extraneous matter,
ascuthay, orchaffanda little bran. The
bran is to prevent, or nt least modify,
the costive or binditig aud heating cf-'
. . . i ir . . . i I
fects of the corn ; mc cunii or cm nay
is to give i-uilicicnt uuik to tno iceu.
thereby keeping the bowels moist and i
the meal from contraction. At the j
same tiino the horse has n feed before
him, of which he can eat his fill with
out producing cramp or colic, which
often results from feeding corn whole,
meal, without n suthciciit mixture
or bulk beini; given it. It is the want
fu t-,,n,rln,l,. inm-thpr with t ie ex- i
; :.. i...v nn.t ,!,.
.oh TiWd 1 at lb n, he chief ar,u-
mcntof Mine stablemen against feed-
ine with corn, and in favor of oats. A
carriage or saddle-horse, u-ed for shop-.
. . .i , .it.ta i.,
plug ur uneniouii nuts ui uuivuu v
kcut in excellent coudition with six
pounds of cornmoal, three pounds of
cut hay, two quarts of wheat bran, and
a teasp'oonful of salt, mixed with warm
water in winter and cold iu summer,
tho water to be just enough barely to
moisten tho mess, and not to make soft
feed slop, disturb the bowels of tho
horse, and unfit him for exertion. The
above-named inc." is to be divided iuto
threo feed? for inornins noon and eve
ning. An addition of six to eight
pouuds of hay cum aUo 1 riven to
the rack. Then qmati'ifcf L'.uever
are merely appwiinire. t:n lie eld
horse and one of hirde r -vrj.rfc w-Jl, to
keep him in good condition, no-sire an
addition, and young animsU of less
work will not require so much. Draught
and hard worked horje? should be fed
more generously, ay fifteen to sixteen
pounds of meal with six to eight pouuds
of cut hay, half a pock of bran, and an
extra allowance of hay in the rack at
night This amount of feed to saddle
and carriage horses, is equivalent to
about forty bushels of corn, about two
tons of hay, and twenty five bushels of
bran per year ; and for draught horses
one hundred bushel
s ol corn, about two i
. im i . -
iuus oi uay, anu uinciy-one bushels ol
bran. Dr. .VcClurc't Sialic Guide.
FRESH GRAPHS AT
The Stockton (Del.)
'Republican' "We once knew a gentleman who
supplied his table with fresh grapes
from one season fo another. Ilia plan
was to gather, when quite ripe, the lar
gest and finest bunches of grapes and
pack them in sawdust, using in place
of boxes, common uail-kegs, which he
purchased for a trifle at hardware stores.
After carefully packing the desired
number of kegs, lie buried a lot in a
trench dug in high dry ground, be
neath a fched where the water could nei
ther fall or soak iu. Iieforo he used
the sawdust, he carefully dried it ei
ther in the suu or in au oven, until it
was entirely free from moisture. "Wo
never witnessed tho packiug process, '
but we know ho always had the grapes
and in this way be told us ho preserved
them. After being buried for months,
the grapes were us sweet and Quoly
flavored as if just gathered from the
vines. Tho process is cheap, and may
bo easily tested. If it will preserve
the grape, a new and profitable oumucss
may be built up. Hunches of fresh
ripo grapes in the spring would bo a
novelty, and would command a high
price. We hope that s-oine of our grape
growers will try the experiment.
IIOW TO SLAUGHTER SHEEP.
A writer in the 'National Live Stock
Journal' eays that it is not tho wool
but the intestines that causes tho un
pleasant taste iu mutton ; therefore, to
avoid it, be sure that tho sheep is not
warm or heated or auy way unusually
excited just beforo slaughtering. He
gives tho following for killing and
"As soon as the sheep is caught hold
of, let his throat be cut immediately.
Then make an iucisiou in tho chest
near the heart, and another near tho
crotch above the smaller intestines, that
the air may escape as ho dies. l)rcss
Buch portions of the quarters aud abdo
men as will allow the immediate open
ing of the mutton without tho soiling
of the flesh by tho tag nud dirty locks.
When thus dressed, tho carcass may be
rolled up in tho pelt with tlio wool next
to it, and no unpleasant tasto will be
communicated to it."
Ccbtabd. One quart of milk and
a quarter of a pound of flour. Mix the
flour with Homo of tho milk. When
the remainder of the milk is boiling,
stir iu tho prepared flour and milk (it
nart bo entirely free from lumps.)
Let it boil hard about two minutoH,
beat four eggs woll, uud htir iu while
lot. Add a full half pound of pow
dered ine sugar, tome salt, and essence
f vasilla, or the juice of a fresh lemon
-nMti t ngir. Havu biscuits,
and wlion cold niako nn incision in one
side and put in tho custard with
spoon. They aro best fresh, but not
warm. Any one who may try these
will say ihoy nro delicious,
Plain Mi.nck'Piks. These may be
mado of nlmost nny cheap pieces of
mcni, uuucu mi icuucr. ivuu suci or
salt pork chopped very fino ; two thirds
as much apple ns meat; sugar and spi
ces to your taste. If minco pics nro
used cold it is better to uso salt pork
than suet. A lemon, and n little syrup
of sweet meats will greatly improve
them. Clove is tho most important
Yeast. Boil six potatoes without
tho skins; add six tablcspoonfuls of
hour, onc tablcspoonlul ol Fait, one
quarter pint of brown sugar. Mnsl
the whole, having poured over tho mix
turo n pint of tho wntor in which tho
potatoes were boiled
add half niut of
Excellent for biscuit.
Pound Cake. One pound of flour,
one pound of butter, ono pound of su
gar, half pound raisins, mid twelve
eggs. Beat tho butter and sugar to n
cream, then add the eggs, beat all well
together, nud put the raisins in the
Hour, aud stir m lightly. IJako in a
moderate oven. Thi-j makes two irood-
Gkaham-I'I.oi'ii Mi:m.s. Ono
j,iut 0rour milk, a small teaspounful
0f KOj.,f ono tablcxpoonful of sugar,
Graham - llour enouch to make a thick
batter. Bnko in rings, or drop the
batter in spoonfuls on a square tin. A
little salt should bo added to batter bc
Fmjit Creams. Dissolve half an
iMiiKiass in enougn warm
water to cover it; add to this a pint of
"" with four spoonfuls of
gar, anu -boil it. When cool, lay
fcon a.P"cot raspberry, or peach pre
" laM ' " PUr
cream o cr ...
CSy-Tho Cincinnati 'Commercial' thinks
Greoloy is tho man to bo called "Old
Brains." It says: "Ills speeches mado
during tho last week show that ho carrioi
moro wisdom and patriotism, hearty hu
manity and practical information unilor
his hat, than nny other man in America."
tS7Tho Grnntitcs nro In troublo down
in South Carolina, Roth tho United States
sonatqrs, Sawyer and Robertson, togothor
with. Rowon and tho leading managers,
hav.o boon repudiated by tho negroes, ami
an anti-Grant coalition has been formod.
To counteract tbi, Sawyer and Robertson
havo appealed to tho president to declare,
martial law in that state.
Jt$aFTlio Liberal!, it should bo remem
bered, must light this campaign nearly
without money, ngainst tho struggles of
00,000 fodoral ofllco-liolders, and, probably,
100,000 stato and county and town office
holders. C2fTho Caribbco islnnWby roason of
tho lato hurricane, havo scarcely a roofod
house left standing, lleing tho dry season
A JAPANESE GROOM.
At five o'clock iu the morning wc
set off with M. Liudau on an excursion
which promises to bo charming, and,
indeed, is so. "Wo arc going to try
some horses which wo think of taking
i for a month. It is a ride of forty-eight
miles, aud, if they resist such fatigue,
the bargain will be concluded. They
are cobbs, black as ebony, with a bright
anu ureiy eye, anu a toucn ot tne Arab
about them. To horse 1 to horse ! wc
must be oil'. Wc began an hour's fast
trot along the valley which extends
south of Yokohama, and followed a
narrow path in tho middle of tho rice
fields, every moment jumping over lit
tle ridges a loot wide, made of Jhrco
bamboos placed side by side. All this
luno i never got tircu ot watching my
"betto" (Japanese groom,) who ran be-
lore mo with tno agility of u gazelle,
f. ...!.... ..... 1 l.T . n l . .
1.UIHUK lu iiursu, ins irienu, ny a
sharp little cry at every difficult step.
It seems that in Japan no horseman
ever thinks of riding without this faith
ful aud indefatigable runner, with his
graceful aud nervous limbs, who rivals
his hor!o. "Arinado" (that is tho
uameofmynow servant) has, indeed
throughout this long day, kept up with
our rapid paco the whole timo ; if wc
dismounted at a tea-house, thero lie
was, taking care of my horse, wishing
his nostrils with cold water, and pro
viding with a slight repast of beans. I
wish 1 could show you how he barely
touches thu ground with his liht tnv.J.
When hu started his dress was magnif
icent ; ho wore a dark bluo robe with
enormously large sleeves, and tight
trousers, which Helmed Ins most ox
qusito legs. Ah ho ran through the
rice fields, lie looked liko a great bluo
butterfly racing after tho tall tlowers.
ftoon gradually throwing oil all his eov
erings, ho appeared only clothed in a
pair of socks aud his scarlet tatoo
A RACK FOR POWER,
irroin tho X. V. Trlbiine.l
"A lean liorso for a long race." Gov.
Warmoth of Louisiana happening to bo
in how York, lis opponents concu'ived tlio
shrowd idea of having tlio lieutenant-governor
cal a mooting of tho legislature and
Impeach him, or, at least, assume tho func
t ons or thu governorship long enough to
sign u corrupt election' bill, passed by tho
....uu,v, .i,u uujuuv (II WHICH IS to
tukn tho control of tho election out of tho
hands of tho prcsont fairly constituted
board and turn it ovur to l'residont Grant's
V."?tn? .Ittt0 representatives. Lieu-Gov.
1 InchbueU wus also north. Ho was so
cretly summoned and bo socrotlv startod.
I wenty.four hours lator Gov. Warmoth
was advised of tho impending danger. In
tne YYarmoth lnunatjument, was, as it is
tr ved to muU closer connections than
Plnchback, and wboro thero wore delays
contrived to socuro special trains H
result of it was tlmt b0PKot into" n'ow Or
leans preclsoly at tbo.umo timo with tho
would-bo acting governor. Jir. Pinch
back had his raeo lor his pains, and Presil
dent Grant's friends will not coutrol tho
olection in Louisiana. It was tho moit
novel railroad raco on record,
Principal Offico 104 Fifth St., Uiu., 0
THE ONLY RELIABLE OIPT DI8T1U11U
TION IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed in
Xi . 33. SHTE'8
To bo drwn Monday, Octolier 7th, 1872.
One Gkand Uai-ital or
$10,000 IN GOLD.
Oke 1'ntzK $5,000 in Silver I
FivoPrlzos $1,000 P (
Five Prizes COO i GRKENBAOKS
Ten Prists 100 (
Two Family Carrlajjc and Jlateelii! Horses
wiiu Mivcr-.uounieu Harness, worm 91, NX)
'1 wo Horses and lltiylo with Sllvci-Jlount-
oil Harney, worth fiVH) each I
Two Flue-toned Rosewood Pianos, worth
$:m each I
Six Family Sewing Machines, - worth
100 each I
1M0 Gold and Silver l.cvcr Huntlm;
atches, worth from $20 to goo eaclu
Ladies' Gold Leontlne Chain", Gent's Gold
Vest Chains. Solid nn, I imt 1 l.llni ...I
Sllvea Table and Teaspoons, PhotovTuiih
Albums. Jcwcrly. .to., Arc., Ac.
vi nolo number Ullts, lO.OUO. Tickets Limi
ted to M,O00:
AGENTS WAXTKI) TO SKLI) TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premiums will bo paid.
Single Tickets 2; Six Tickets 10; TueUe
Tickets $20; Twenty-U'vo Tickets WO.
Circulars eontatuinir r f.ill list nf nrin .,1a.
ecrlptlon of the itmnner ol drnwlnn, and otlnr
Information In reference to Ihn dlmrlbiuton, will
bo sent to any one orJerlD? them. All letters
most boadtlreesed to L. V. MINE. Dox. 66.
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MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Lkqalizkd iiy Statu Authokity and
Drawn in Puulio in St. Louis.
Grand Singlo Mumbcr Scheme.
Glass K, ro iik Drawn Oct. 31, 1872.
0,880 Prizes. Amounting to $300,000,
1 I'rlto of...
too iTitcs or. t
Tickots, S5: Quarter
Oor lotterlpH am nhariprml liv thn 9(ttp. urn
lwaa drawn at the lime named. And nil draw
ings are under the supervision of sworn com-
The official drnwlnc will ho, ntitillnheil In thn
St. Louis papcm and a copy sent to purchasers
we will draw ns m Inr scheme the lait dav of
ejery month during the year 1S72.
Kemitat our rik by potnfflce money order,
registered letter, draft or exprefm. Henu for cir-
uAr. Auureps, .mukkai, jullek & co..
I. O. box 2410. dt. Louis, Mo.
RATCHELORS HAIR DYE.
This mnerli hair dvo it tho bei-t In tho
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htauti'iicous. NodUappolnlmcnt. The gen
uine V. A. llatchclor h Hair Dye produces
Immediately analuralblaekorbrowu. Does
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Milt and beautiful. Tho onlv safo and tier
feet hair dye. Sold bv all druggist. Fac
tory, 1(1 Itond street, . Y.
Happy relief to young men from the effects
of errors and abuses In early life. Manhood
restored. Impedimenta to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. "ew
and remarkable remedies. Hook and crieil
lars sent free. In sealed envelope.
Address, HOW'AHD ASSOCIATION, No.
2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. an In
stitution having a high reputation for honor
able conduct and profcs.-lonal skill.
FOH LADIES, .MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eighth St., Rt. Com. & Wash.,
Has hint opened "a new and stvllsh nstnb-
IMnncut, fully up to tho times, and invites
old customers and new, ladles, children and
all, to favor It I tit with their patronage.
T5r All work done In the Latest Style.
BUTOHKIt AND DF.ALKK IN ALL KlNDS OF
FlSKSH MKATS. '
COH.Ni:u NlM-.TKNTIt AND P0W.AU STH.,
Ruyi. and slaughters only the bes cattle
,l ;lle;P. d l prepared to III anyd o
i.i.iiid lor tresh meats from ono poun lo ten
lliou-aml pou lids.
Luerpool Kcw.Yorlt ahd 1'hlladflphls
CNOIB CONIiAOT WITH VITKD STATES 1KP BUITISII
Kor Carrying the Mails.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
o ri'imiru iroi(TioN
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
18 Droadway, New-York, or to
II. lluu it,
Washington Avenue, Cairn, nni. 31
LIME I CEMENT!
OAl'E OIRARDKAU AND ILLlwOi
Commeroial-av., Foot of Elovontu-st,
Uoitqualltv of Li mo and Cement al
ways on band, and for sale at tho
very lowest figure for caib,
Our Homo Advertisers.
RETAIL AND PJtKSOJWPTION
BTJDBB'a BLOC 3
Cor. Wnnhlngt on Av nnil Kliditli M ,
Where wo will keep
A COM 1 L E T K S T 0 C! K
FANCY AND TOILET AKT1CI.K3,
ROOM ANO NURSERT APPLIANCES, tr,
I C B COLE:
Pure SPARKLING SODA WATER
GENUINE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not be excelled. M'o also draw the
BLUE LICK "WATERS
Also, a choice lot of Cigar, ol extra qual
ity, sold at reasonable prices. Our
Will receive epeclal attention and care,
being at all hours in charge of competent
and careful parties Prescription carefully
compounded at all hours day or night.
NONE RUT THE PUREST AND REST
HTOVKN. TI.NWAKK, KTC,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clotlios Wring!
Ware, Coal Hod, KiraHhoTels, Air
ZINC. COPPER AND SH.HK1
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
MTlloofinB, Gutlnrinn, and
work dnnont HhnrtcHt ncitici.
all kinds ofo
II. T. GEROUL1);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Oa Kilter's anil I'lumUr'a material, Wood
punipa, Klobo and anKle valvue, atop
covIih, check Talreii,tc.
auo AcirsT roa
Tnfta IlrotlierH lateiit Dry Clan Heir r
And Morehoui., Wells 4 Co's Automatic Watm
IndleatdrandSupiily Valye for xleam boilers.
WINTEH'B 1II.OCK, COUVtKnniAL-AVKKU
UUD I WOOD 1 I WUUD I I
Thn undorined will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am Cheap, 11 not Cheaper
.id any wood dealer in Cairo. Leave- rdor
on tho dates at the Pohtotlico and at Hon
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
1 cntli and twelfth utreetn, Cairo. Illinois. 1
Blvy (rood niuasuru and will cord tho wooil
up If desired.
aiurlu.tr DENNIS HALEY.
ijucccsHor to U.S. Harroll.
OKNERAIi HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton'B liioev loth street bet. Commer
cial ami Wanhlngton Avenues.
Our Homo A'dvortiscrs.
WAG i JIAN UFACTOR Y .
For Salo at WLolesalo c Retail
COHNEH UCll.hTItRET AND OHIO I.KVEk
norlltl . (lAMm.E
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAIIOKKT VAKIKTr STOCK IN TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY OLOSE.
Curlier of Nineteenth atreetnud Com
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Petty, Uenzlne, (JnNollne,
And the celebrated illumln&tinK
UROSH UUILDINn. CCF .-.1TH-8T. .V COM
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OUE AP G ROCERIES
THE 3ST3"W 8YSTEM.
OnOCEIlIKU HKTAILKI) AT -WHOLESALE
I'lUCES FOR CABIl.
AT II. 0. TIIIKLEOKE'S STORE.
WABIUNUTON AVENUE. 11 ETWEE TENTH
AND ELEVENTH BTKEETS.
60 lbt. diiy Cuba Sugar for - - - ?5 00
0i ii n ii Ti ... I 00
OJ lbs. A coffoo Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 " Primo Rio Coffoo for - - 1 00
8J " Choico " - - 1 00
8 " Old Govorninont Java - - 1 00
Teas and othor staplo and fanoy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Uooas now, anu iuii woigni givon. vjau
and tr .
(Successor to P. Haup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
102 Commercial Avenue,
BLMMONS AND OLOUGII ORGAN COMPANY'S
ismr i ii i i ii hi i ii im i
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS
FITTED WITH THE NEWLY INVENTED
SCRIDNER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES
An invention hailinr a innt Important lip.iriiu; nu the lutiire reputation of Itee in.
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ine ijiiamv oi tone reiiiicreu
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TIIK SA.MH CAPACITY.
Our celebrated "Vox cVli-Me," "Loult Patent." "Wilcox Patent," "Vox Human, a
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ALL THE LATE JMPR0V1OI ENTS
Con be obtaliieil only In thc-i! Organ.
u DitVercnt Slylc, for tho Parlor and thn Church, tho Host ii
AVorktiiaiiDhip. (futility nnd Yolumo of Tone Unequalled.
PBICBS, S50 TO $500.
Factorv and Wnreiooiii., Corner Sixth and Conre-i Mreeli-. Detroit, Michigan.
lMaMlnliea iu 1W0.) AtlKNTM A.N I Kit IN KVKKY COUNTY
AddrcM SIMMONS A PLOUGH ORGAN CO.. Dotroit. Mich.
SAM V I L S 0 N ,
D E A LI a IN
Dim Levjk Uaiko, III.
nnncaa pntfrrt.r riLtrn
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o erery depcrljilion,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Steamboat Lumiik n,
Kurnlflii"! on fbortml nolle.
Comuicrcial-av, Lot. 10th and llth-Ms.,
viro urrr rook hinder y
JOHN II. OlIKItl.Y A CO.,
Rullctin Building, corner of 12th
ntrcet anil Wtt&hingtou avcuuo,
AllklniB of lUndinc ami RuIidk Jono at Iho
ifry lowmt tiricc.. IUtidk etiRaKtil the m-mi-cei
f Jir. HiicIh, who tiat hail many warn
einenc in oiih of Ut Blmlerlemif fct. I.tuiiH.
to ptitierintenil thl cntnl.llkhmeiil, e can con.
flili'Dily iroiiiUi'Oiir putrou-wiirk equal to thn'
of nnv llinilerv (n iIim .t
WINKS AMI I.1UOUIIN.
wnoLimur. anu m.niL iictntu in
WINKS AND LIQUORS-1
And luoprhjlor of ne'" and fjiendld
No. 7.') Ohio Lkvki:,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS,
Kccpi eoii'tautly on hand the choicest of
Wines and Liquor, Whleh ho will sell at tho
very lowest lliires. Call and oxanilne.
F. M. STO0KFLE.TII,
I'cctMoa to roint a iTocariiTii
Iteclirjrcp hihI Wliolranln Iki-Hler In
t'orrlKU nnil Uumenllo
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Levee,
K Id'Mis on haml conntanllr n full ntnpk o
Oh! Kentucky lloiirhon, live anil Mononirn
nkiew, lTCiicli llraudibi, Holland Oln
Ithinennil California Wines
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Alio, keen conalantly on hand a moit cum
plete stock of
OCOTOll ANO 1U1H1I wniBKIKS
U I N H.
Port, Madoria, Shorry and Catawba "Wine
p SMYTH A CO. aelTexalualTeljr for caaii, to
IX, whtoh fact titer intlte the eapeolal twa
tioaof cloie bargain buyara.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIKTWEBN WAHII'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. II. K, Field Informs Inn pulilic that he hai
L i v i: n r .v t a n i, i:,
t'tx the norllii'.t nuln of Tfntli trn ait namcl
j Uiu Htatlrn will Ih furnlnlipil yith none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
ami the public may oe arcommwlale.l at all hour
oi in tmv ano ii jiit
with aalo ti'.rai on the LOW-
lit HeM nk n he ol rmbllc tiatroniRe,
and will rmluarurto mrit it t fair ilvalinx ami
lrlt uintinn to lmin-.
j,- i ii-.uia
SUTTER & BIERWIRTJI,
708 "WASHINGTON AVENUE,
ft lT. I.OUIH, J10.
fiuiocl, Knmncli-.l, Kmboieil aoil ground (ilan
of etery ilrcrinlioa.
1'AIlTICULAIl ATrKNTIIlN TAII) TOC1IUIICII
WOKK. ir i ii k (n m
H l lv MlU'dnl o
tl f ctun
ST. UIIAltLKS HOTEL.
r. in KKxioiti,
Con. Ohio Lkvek & Second St.
,-e eonieyeil to and from Dc-ilec-U
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nut,
No. 134 Coinmercial-avo.,
GREEN & GILBERT,
ft'llllam II. (irecn. i
IVillinm II (tilhert, V
.Mile P. (ilH.cn,
BirHecin. Rttuntion given to Admiraltr and
OFKIOK OHIO LKVKK, ROOMS 7 AND 6 OVBB
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
MRS. M. S WANDER,
haa opened out an oitenuive slock of
All ol which aro entirely new and of the ery
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And on elegant assortment of
LACKS, VHINtlKi), KID OLOVK8, H08IEIIT
nd nil articles usually kept in a llnt-clun mil
Mrs, Nwander Invites the public to cal) and in
pest inr slock, whieli alio will take pleasure in
linwlim old an wll a now (iiwtmrera.
ItKAl. JTAXK AOEWC1.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND LOOB) OHIO LKVXE,
Buv and Sxhh Real Estati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OY TIELK
And pnepara Oonreyamoat of Xuidll