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Khc vcttinrj ulletin
MONDAY, APRIL 6, 1809.
published nr johx h. obeuly co.
M. H. HAHRELL, ASSOCIATE EDITOR.
Removal. Dr. W. R. Smith has re
noved IiIb ofllco from lovcVto tlio room
. a mA t
luoye JiRunoa'B uook store, azu, wia
cnorclal uvcnuo. 2t
Try Spalding's Jatamansl Hiilr restorer. It
is undoubtedly the best hair preparation over
introduced to. tho public For 'sale, wholo
talo or retail, at 1'. O. Schuh's. 3tow3w
Xotlcfl to Tnx-PAjrens,
Tho delinquent list will bo commenced on
Uio ivin uay 01 April, inoso wisiung 10 ue
cost, bad better come to tho Court houo at
once and settle.
. .Ait 1 m . . ,... - .-
Louis II. Myeiis, Collector.
By buvlntr yourijroccrles of .1. If. Metcalf,
who keeps n largo and select stock, of tho best
famtlv imtillf nrlil SMU hr-nrinr than tllO
J ""n 1
cheapest, No. 334 "Washington rtvcrtuo, op
posite tho court house. marMf
Spalding's Jntntnansl Hair restorer is
precisely what it professes to be, a haik hks
touativk. It is tho surest and safest pre
paration of tho ago. For supplies, wholesale
or retail, apply at I. G. Schuh's drug store.
A splendid lot of dress goads Jutit
opened at Ilellbron t Wcll'fl. a3lwr
SJolorrU Mlstrr Mantels Mnlr.
Thero was a disgraceful rumpus kicked
up in tho free-will colored ilaptfst church
last night, by 11 light between two colored
women. Tho house was crowded, so
much so that parties arriving at a late
hour found it dllllcult to obtain scats. A
slam-banglug, Irritable sister being
among tiio lato arrivals, approached an
other sister and ordered her to
"scrouge over aud gub her a
seat." Bister number two then and
there peremptorily refused to comply,
whereupon sister number one, greatly
incensed, smueked her chops. Like an
angered tigress, number two sprang upon
her assailant, who, nothing loth for the
encouuter, entered spiritedly Into the
contest Waterfalls were snatched awry,
collars aud gew-gaws were crunched and
torn, Mquall on Mjueal arose, aud for the
tlmo confusion reigned supreme. The
belligerents were, finally, ejected from
the house, considerably the worse for
wear, to tho sidewalk, where, attempt
Ing to talk their conflict over, the battlo
was renewed. It was not fought to a
conclusion, however, on account of out
side Interference. Weeding, scratched
and exasperated, the conilmttatits were
taken to their respective homes, each
avowing a Holemu ntirpotto to wallop tho
other "agalu," tho moment she "clnpt
her eyes upon her." The tight thus con
cluded, the preaching went on.
Indrcth's Froih und Keliublo Gurdca
heeds nt 1". fi. Schuh's drug store. m312 wd
Uurrotitl I-ut Night.
Mr. Dan. Welsh was garrotcd last
night, at a point on Commercial itvonlio
near Fifteenth street, lie was set upon
by n couple of rulllanf, who, llndlng no
money about his person, gave him a se
vere beating, under'the mjc, we suppose,
tlmt'no man 'has a right lo bo garroted
unless, lie carrJwiouQUKh money to pay
fnr Mm limit mill rli.lt IllVnl Veil. TllO 111-
Juries, intllcioii,by tho hcoundrel,aro not
dangeroiiH, butarosoveruand for tho tlmo
troublesome. Dan. was without arms,
wo understand, and wds fukuu by sur
prise, otherwise his assailant might liavo
been called upon to give up business and
That they were entire strangers in tho
city Is evident from tho fact that Welsh
was tholr victim. No citizen or resident
of Cairo could fall Into tho error that
Dan. Is a monicd man. Ho Is as safo
among tho "posted" tcoundrol. as any
At No. 144 Commercial ayenuo you
can And all tho fashionablo goods of tho
season. n8 w
Alcxnuiter Circuit C'oart.
Tho spring term of, the circuit court
couveued in the court house this morn
ing, Hon. 1). J. linker presiding Judgo;
L. H. Myers, esq., sheriff; J. L. McCart
ney, esq., profccutlug attorney; and A.
H. Irwin, esq., representing Johu Q.
Harmau, esq., clerk. '
Tho attendance from tho country wnH
large. Tho forenoon was consumed In
tho work of cturanncliug tlio Juries.
Tho cliurgo read to the grand Jury by
Judgo, Hnker, yns full qnd.i comprehen
sive, Bhowlng .that In Its preparation
thercuwas u purposo' to bring to tbo'at
tentlon of tlio Jury rill .kinds, of Jaw;
breafcers aud ofTeuJors agufust tho peacp
aud dignity of tho Htate.' whether. rlbh or
poor, whltu or black, humble; or .consplcv
The afternoon proceedings will he
noted by ua to-morrow.
P. (ii. Schuh keeps Landreth's garden
seeds, thogrowth of 1808 J, psrfcctly sound and
rollabjq., ' . " 2wd
A few daysago vpubllsheq a para
graph under tub head of "Degraded Wo-
meirU? ireferrlugtot. two poor, filthy
drunken females, whq had been set upon
by negro boys', and lbrjulrlug, at the
tlmo, whore tho poor 'dWroVed creatures
came from, The MotropollsPromulgator
copying tho pararn.Dhi.says: "Our good
cltlzous may rejplce, jtuat (hey live In
Metropolis, or, m other words, that they
do not lite In Cairo,", -A,mMuQe wretoh-
ed women, tuen,iwei fgooil oltUewMof
Motronolls! Abused'here by negro bbys,r
and flguWng as "oM 'ftlfteefisj'' Ju;
tropollsihe i'romujgarvisngnt, tney
certainly do'h'av'eoccaslon to rejolco that
thoy live, not In Cairo, but In Metropolis.
s"r "Tl Hew Calr Blrefe)iy.
Mr. R, V. Glass Is noW In the lty, and,
will, to-morrow morning, commence the
ooHeoUoa of mfttor.iil forilirpubliee.UcMl
of a Cairo Dlreetory, He promisee that
his work shall be complete and satisfac
tory, and ftllaWrelleiPoliheIty as
It U la tjl ItinrftM f Mtme-te.) TJie
bootwlllcontalp 180lpp.made qfhe
heavieWklffd bf Wk paper and prlfated
In the best style of the art He will ask
tin man fnr a dollar until he detlvers thai
directory, Md M$a nJs5yeryithlng,;
Is entirely ttWcurys"Mpropotm w
Ibsuo a thousand copies, and to distribute
them In the hotels and places ofpubllo,
resort? throughout the neighboring por
tions of Mlssourl,.Keritucky ancfTeniies
see, and upon the Bteamboats plying the
TonnfeisseJ Cumberland and;OhloTflvers.
Wo hope our citizens wiii' aid Mr. Glass
In his undertaking. Ha Is an energetic,
thoroughgoing gentleman, and brings
the highest recommendations as to his
honesty, 'and capacity for tho work he
contemplates. He la stopping at the BU
Nainsooks, marsclllcs, brilliants,
checks, Jaconets and Swiss, at Hellbrori
A Well's. 3 lw
Take Particular Notice.
It it scarcely necessary to urgo upon par
tlis Indebted to tho 'Bulletin' olUco that our
circumstances require, upon their part, n can
cellation of tholr Indebtedness. A quick in
gathering of tho amount duo us on book ac
count, will greatly osnlst us In ro-establlllilng
'ourselves on our original footlug. Wo In
tend to recover from our set-back, and that
right spoedlly. Our debtors know how to
aid us in this purpose, and wc shall expect
them to bo prepared for tho call of our col
loctor. AChsicn far tk Entei-BrllB(r
Greene, Whlrtland it Co,, desire to
make a start In .the work of building
up Belmont, a town; bo far, with a
name, hut without a habitation. They
make the following bewllderlngly liberal
To any man who will erect a $5, 000
hotel, ground sufficient to build it upon.
To any man who will erect a steam
merchant mill (the water privileges hot to
be appropriated to such a purpose) they
will give the needful ground, in an
eligible part of the proposed city.
A lot will be presented any person who
will invest $4, 000 In the erection of an
agricultural Implement manufactory.
Another lot will be given to anybody
who will erect an Iron foundry; and
printers and school masters will he lib
erally dealt by.
Parties visiting the "city" during tho
present spring freshet, will bo provided
with skiffs, and lines for making soun
ding', at Columbus. "Mark-uudor-water-twain''
or other elevated locations, aro
not now subject to disposition. A
of tlio "nobottoms" will be cheerfully
Remember tho nlucu where you cam
Und choice prints at I2j cents.
aiw JlsTit'isnoA Wurii.
Urndsby, of the Kflllnghnm 'Democrat'
ndvertUes his, ability lo prlntdomocratlo
election tickets for ono dollar per hun
dred. As a boy can print 25,000 hi.
a day, Itlsovldont that Urad U deter
mined to bankrupt himself all for tho
good of tho pafty.
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Mr. It W.Travllltck, of Detroit; ""des-"
Jgnatedby tho Lahof.Congross as tho
traveling prator In behalf of tho great
labor movements is In tho city to-day,
having Just equipped u tjjreo months' -tour
through xheV ooiitli. Ho'has Visited
New OrleawtfMoblle, Montg6mery?8a
vanuabAtlant,.and all tho prominent
clues of Dixie, being won recetvciaiau,
points, and awakeniag coaslderable in
terest In" 'the causo among tlio masses.'
He wlll.svtart. upithe Ohio river wed-)
ueHday, stopping at Evansvlllo, Louls-
vlUe, Cincinnati, tetor, "iinaiiy reaenmg
4hlladelphla. Ho Is uu intolllgeut. eu
ergetlogeitlomanj and ovldontly well
calculated for tho work holms In hand
Hellbron and Well havo tho largest
stock of white goods In tho city. Call
an'l examine. a31w
8. J. flumm, has removed hs drug
storo froni tho Ford' building to No. 130
Commorclal-'aveniieono' door- below
Eighth street. In his present position
ho Is very neatly fitted up, having tho
handsomest', tliqughiHo'tiUoJargoat, drug
store In the city. Tho location Is a splon
dld ono for a drug store, drift Mr.'Humm
being a ahorpughtandnqC8Imblo,
druggist and chomjst, he Avlll no ttouut
sharo largely In tho" iooal1 tra"do, as ho
richly dbServo to. Wo commend him
to our,jeaIersi9jKyqry PNful'mJ- WoUt
Informed drugglstrand a clever and ao-
'coniniqdatlngenUo.ra besides paU;
on him." i,.h J
NOW "Krtlvar'of'ft mWotoiTfocofl
tun kn.l. lUllfl!
spring and summer goods at"" .
a3 lW PEiJt,UBON,& WiJUi,
The Union Sabbath:, school c6nce'rtv
itlven in the' Presbyterian church; 'yes
to'rd ay,' called out a-.very large audlenoe.'
jsvery seat in me uuuuuik wb ucuupiou.
The ohlMren acquitted themselvee' Yery
tiands'omWr'afrordiBgthe large crowd
;of llsteneraacry onJoyabluUBloal rej
t r ' 1."
'MccaftVsjfiiiauDsAW?. m 6r
polntTHeat As prpseoutlhg attorney in the
CMrnuit it.': -He was f'a 'aoM, ..to, his.
prraSrit'JpMttloWhy'raIcjjl tei', ajjtl
thorpojfeclpM &a. -fyiSW
re-election 'we, haVe' a re-assuratoe' tuat
where xUmtv'iU, cap a bio mep
,,niycan-obta,qpcFTTAt) - KU n
mudltilo attention of tho council.
THE GREAT LABOR RKFtbltM
the Oart Hettse
Richard T. Travilllck, esq., tho great
champion of the labor reform movo
mont, will address tho citizens of Cairo.
to-mbrroW; Tuesday 'evening, in the
court houso, on the subject of the great
labor movement, In which the laboring
masses of tho country aro so deeply con
cerned. Turn out and fill tho court house to
April 8. 2t
EsqulroBross was full-handed with
business thlB morning,- his -court room
reminding one outlines gone hy, when a
calaboose full" ot offenders 'awaited tho
opening of eehiorn1ng's" court.
Tho two sisters wko created tho hub
hub and pulled each ether's wool In tho
colored Baptist church, last night, wero
fined and calaboose.
"Black Mozelle," an Indolent, shift
less wench, was up under tho vag act,
fined $5 and costs aud calaboosed.
A negro man had Imbibed freely of
foot-taugle, but being very penitent, was
let off on tho strength of good promises.
Three gentlemen acknowledged that
Keno was not correct, and were lined $10
each for tho bellof formerly entertained
by them that It was correct. Paid or so-
Several drunks aud disorderlies, which
we have no spaco to enlargo upon, were
also punished, forming, with the rest a
regular, old-faehloned half-day's basl
ClsuitlMtistf dott, nBBljr
On Saturday (ovenin qulU a stir was
occasioned lis ' certain domestic) circles,
by the mysterious, disappearance of Miss
Mollis Howe, daughter of Mrs; Howe,
residing' pt tliV corner of 'Sixth aud
Washington avenue. ' Her continued absence-
finally turned BUrprlse into alarm,
and the services of friends, assisted by
members of the police, wore brought in-.
to requisition; but. at a late hour at
night no tidings of tho missing young
lady could be obtained. Yesterday
morning, however, everything was made
plain, if not satisfactory. Miss Mollio,
in opposition to tho wishes of hor moth
er, had determined upon matrimony,
and In pursuance of that purposo had en
listed the kind offices of a neighbor. At
this nelghbor'sshe.had remained all day,
arranging for her marriage About eight
o'clock at nlgut a well-dressed gentle
man, In the person of Mr. Clark, pilot of
tho steamer David Watts, knocked at
the door of that neighbor's residence, and
was admitted. A few hours afterwards
ho left, bearing Miss Mollio away as
bride. This is tho wholo story. Mr.
Clark has ono of the handsomest wives
in tho country, and, we are assured, Mrs
Clark haB a provldont and wido awako
Tlio foul Nvnim ut N 11 11 In F lo bo Worltcd
' ' A'rcullnlloiiM l'diilluir.
Green Massey Is now in tho city,
and expects to closo, during his stay, a
cohtract for tho working of tho recently
discovered coal veins nt Santa Fo, twen-
tS' miles nbovo Cairo, on tho Mississippi.
Tho parties with whom ho has negotia
tions ponding have, In person, surveyed
thp locality, examined tho specimens of
coal discovered, and agreo to pay a very
considerable royalty for tho excluslvo
pr vllege. They- entertain 'no doubt
wbntoyorabout(thppresqnco of coal there
in 'unlimited abundance and of a quality
.corresponding with the DuQuolh coal,
rimmcdiatoly after closing a contract,
'they will proceed to the erection of tho
needful machinery for nctlvo operations.
It Is expected, thorororc, that work will
be so prosecuted that within two months
from this date, Santa Focoal can be, and
, probably will be, for sale In tho Cairo
Fre Lunch nt tli Court Iluuae NhIouii.
Jlmmlo English will set a frco lunch nt
the Court Houso Saloon every morning
at 10 oclock, and ho Invites his friends,
parties attoudlug on court from town
nndiuutry,ioveome jind.est to.thelr
full. Tho. best of ales, wines, liquors
anil cigars onlhand. 6t
"Tho regular stated monthly meeting of
the board of aldermen will bo hold to-
General Thomas arrived hero from
Nashville yesterday, und remaining in
.tho city a faw hours, continued on his
Journoy South. Ho was In tho enjoymont
!'df good health, aud received the visits
,of a numberjof ourtlf ens with oyidpnr.
roirt List ferr,the,Mvl",r Kiiuintffar
TWO O'CIOCM, Mr. jn.
Gf rl. Amlorkon, Colum.:
Win. Willie, raducahj
Key Cily, Pivlueah,
do Ladyuraen, LouUrllle'
do Tom Kurrun, I'ittsburg.
do I.orenn. l'MUtiur.
do Naihrille, Kashvillo.
do 1'inU Varble, Nasliville.
du Argonaut, KortHinlth.
do w. K. Ariliur, N. U.
no Ciiinbrln(l, Kvanavllioj
do Armada, Kvannvllle
do Hilver Moon, Memphis,
do Cily of Cairo, Memphis.
Anderson. Colum.: win, w 11 ic. radueah:
e C lv. Hi. I.oulS uavf n, rJiiauurc, , , .
Wy U wifeBtf lHU6l I (Jolilon .KmrArk. rl vorv
TomFarron, do llulle Jlemiihls, Momjihls.
W. It. Arthui1.. Aldo NwUvllIe, JSiuhvlllo.v 11
, do Argom in, i,oui8viiio.
Del a Vernon, do i.auBp.i.ui, i.ouiaviuo.
miJ iir Cumborland. Etanavlllo.
-MolllaAblor i lAaxr A t AtlunthnVtoksbiiri.,
fleriry Amis,' w;Jdl Ullver Mofiii, Cincinnati.
AHonmto iinguiuim K,,u"y "o aoom
to be tho programmo which tho olork of
tho weather has mapped out'fdr,.W.thlie,
times. Following the snow sfcerm it
Saturday we had a bright and pleasant,
Sabbath, and following that, to-day,
clouds and a cold sir, with a,sJlgjitiprfokr;
le.b rain ln 'the morning. It'ls trying
to clear off now, but whether.ltwlLsuc-,
ceodor not wa ao not pretena w say. '
The Mississippi Is still rlaldr at St
T.oiiIh and above.
Tho Ohio is still rising at Louisville,
but fallingatall poIuU above Cincinnati.
Here the river has risen about 3 Inches
In the past 24 hours..
The Armada brought for B. Bmythe ft
Co. 15 pkgs sunds.; J. T. Rennle 3 pkgs ;
Pitcher ft Henry 0 do; steamer Argosy 1
chain, and for shipment south, 157 pkgs
cedar ware; 150 bbls potatoes, and 145
Tho White brought for Chas. Galla
gher 100 Hour barrels; A Mackey ft Co.
212 sks corn; D.JArter 57 do J C. E. Olen
Btoad COO trees; Woodward 23 bdls wbod-
work, and for tho south 30 kegs bodr and
50 bbls meal
Tho Bollo Memphis brought for Bar
clay Bros. 1 lot oranges; Sclimldi ft Co,
1 lot do; W. M. Williams 1 lot do; Chas,
Gallagher 50 bbls Hmo; John Saokberger
1 bbl lottuce.
Tho Noahvlllo brought 30 hdla leather
for Chicago, 50 bbls fruit for St. .Louis,
and 16o hhds tobacco, 200 sks1 bran, 85
pkgs cedar ware for shipment south.
Tho Commonwealth addod 300 tons.
Her pilots are tho two Tycoons of St.
Tho Pink Varblo brought 110 hdds to
bacco for shipment south, and 803 cedar
posts, 15 tons bar Iron for St. Loulsi She
returns to Nashville this eveninlng.
ThoMoIilo Able brought 57 bbls rice 10
hhds sugar, lot hides for Chicago, and
has considerable railroad iron for St.
Tho Wm. White, Capt. Northern, is
the regular Cairo and Paducah packet
The Pink Varblo, Capt. Corbet, Capt.
Ben. F. Eagan, clerk, will leave for
Nashvlllo this evening.
The Arthur brought for H. ft B. 1 sack
coffee; Stratton, Hudson ft Clark, 5 pkgs
molasses; T. ft G. 15 bxs oranges, C. W.
Green 3 bbls potatoes; and for Chicago,
175 bxs oranges, 50 bbls potatoes and 13
pkgs sundries. Her principal items for
St. Louis aro 23S0 bra railroad iron, 1,000
bxs, 25 hhds sugar, 150 kegs molasses and
200 bdls gunnies.
Tho Atlantic brought 3 barges Ice for
tho city and has In tow Ico for Vlcksburg.
Tho Longworth put off 375 bxs sugar
The Silver Moon has 203 bales cotton
for Cincinnati and 30 for Evansvllle.
QITY NATIONAL BANK.
W. V. lIALLinAY, lrealilentl
A. II. KAKI'dltll, Cnalilert
WALTER IIVMI.OP, Aanlatant Cashier.
nirrrlon. 1 .
S. fiTATTS TAYLOR, W. P. HALM HAT,
earn white, hoiit. H.?:uNNiNoirAM!
OKO. 1). WILLIAMSON, IbTKI'lIEN HIBU,
A. 1. tSAKFORlJ.
Exchange, Coin, and United States BoiiJ
Hougltt auil Sola.
Dtjnsxls Recclvtd, and a General Hanking,
HE rillST NATIONAL BANK' t
DANIEL 11UHD, I UORT.W. MlLtkR
Ireldent. I Vlce-I'residerit.
Collections Promptly Attended to.
Exchange, Colu, Bank Notes uad UsUtcd
BouBta.1i Aiid ASolc
Interest Allowed 011 Tlmo Deposits. .
fdbldtf . . .. v.-, . T
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, ETC.
M. H. SOHUTTER,
Importer, and Wholesale DeUninrX.
.WIXEN, I.KIHOIW, TOBACCO
- assmt roa
Beet Brands of Cream kxA Stock 4 Ale
Impartca Ales of DlSTereHt Klstds.
No. 75 Ohio Lbybb, - Clr, HllMki
XtTdODI WOOD 1 1
. YY m " - '
1 J. W. TURNER
Is prepared to furnish
Good xr,r-ci, UVoatXtl
'At priciw Mhluh defy campetltlon, aad als'jieJCll
Deliver iar vt t tiiiiivttl
OnthoshortesVJHcp4 . i'A OUU
A ... ' ..,. L
gaif i feed store, and Woods and Koacb's grocery.
TIIAOE CHAINS, I '
ri.stttxo tAcki.k, i
a, 1... COTTOX CARDS, '
m .a. "w mf
The best in thoi tnnrkot of nil kinds solid, movable,
and perforated tooth.
IPlloa, cfeo., o.,
riTCHEIt & HENRY,
IBS Commercial Avenue, chrner Twelfth street,
marsdtf CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNQ
QARL L. THOMAS,
SIGN AND OltNAMEN'TAL FAINTER,
Shoi Boutti-enst corner of Eighth strcot and Com
mercial avenue (up stnlrs),
. h: ayers. r. ayes.
YEKS & Cb., ;
COM MISS 10 X ME It GJIA X TS Z
Jfo. 133 Ohloliever, CAIRO, ITili. '
gAINT OH AKLES HOTEL,.
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL, ,
Tb only FIIIST-CLASS HOTEL in Caiii,
Is now lu tho inoU unexceptionable order for guests''
, THOROUGH IlKOVATIO.
The pant Summer.
Toxrxxxm, 0a OO 3?or Day
Bag-Rase Carried to nnil froui tho Hotel
free of Charge.
Day Board, Ticenly'Fivc Dollars per month
JBWETT WILCOX A CO.,
GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
gTRATTON, HUDSON JcOLAKK,
(Huecesion to Cunningham JL Stratton,)
i Grocers and Commission Merchants,
No. 57 Ohio J.eivre, Cnlro, III.
IV H O I4 1; s 1. 1; i K O OEIc,
rilOIiLLE AM) CDMJIIrtdlO.V
Xo. 70 Ohio Levee, Cnlro, III.
Srwud attention men (oconsfenmauts and lllllni:
orders.: " . , dccifl'Giklif
-pT M. HULKN,-
' ' Dcnlir III
STArLE AND FAN'CV GH0CEUIES,
FriiiiaN, Produce, Coal Oil, Ac
134 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
MUTUAL HEXEV0LE.VT ASSOCIATION
The Firtt and Beit Institution 0 (he lund in
the United Stales.
Weekly Ileneflt from W to flOlneao of stckneis.
Erery man or l-'emalo of Henllhy Conalltution can bo
Tlii Institution In legally Incorporated under the
laws of Illinois. For purtlcnlara apply to
deetldtf Oenorol Agent forHtato of lllinol.
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
AHALLEY'S OH ANTE K OAK
. ; STOVE STOKE
Copper, Tin nnd Sheet Iron
T 0,33 "33 I Gr SXCOP
' Nd. 160 WASHIXQTOX AVEXUE,
1t a (Abovo, tho Market Home.)
Kootlnifi Outtorlnn, Fpontinij and fiteaiuboat Worlt
done In u neat audiiulmtuiitial niunnur, nt short no
'. TO OBTAIN IT 00 TO
. .MEEItWAKT, OKTH & CO'S? -
wii And purcliaso tho loading
tovo or t la. o w osjt
A good variety of Cooklnsand Heating Stores al
waya, on band. Also a, comploto assortment of
TlHware, Ilollnw-Ware, Ac, o.
.rMaBUfiic'turori of Guttering and BocSng.
Our motto Is Qulel: Sales oodBmall rroflta.
swrSatlsfabtlon guaranteed In every instance."
decSVOBduT . .
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Soot aud noe mauer
K. Uript hthaten Waxliinntail and
' v "M ' Poplar streets,.
Lkeeps'aspleBdld stoek of (he best material,' and good
Mendicir dono neatly and cheaply. Itronago so.
Hcited. . decilvdtf