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WEDNEttDAY, APKIL 7, 1800.
rUJILIBlIKD II Y JOHN II. OlIEltLT k CO.
If. II. HAIUtEI.r,, ASSOCIATE KDITOR. t
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Try Spalding's Jatiuimnsl Hair restorer. It
is undoubtedly the best liuir preparation over
introduced to tho public. For sale, wholo-
lald or rotall, at P. G. Bchtih's. 3tew3w
Notice to Tnx-l'nyers,
The delinquent list will bo commenced on
tho 10th dny of Ajiril, thoso wishing-to suvo
cost, had better come to tho Court housd nt
onco and settle.
Louis II. Myeiis, Collector.
- - -Money
13y buying yourgrocerles of J, II. Mctcalf,
who keeps n large nnd select stock of tho best
family supplies, and cells cheaper than the
cheapest, No. 331 "Washington avenue, op
posito tho court house. tnnrMf
All bagungo retained for uuimtd board
bills nt tho Antrim IIouho will (unless
bills nro paid) bo Hold on tlioSUth day of
April, 1809. J. H. Kelly,
nO 3t Proprietor.
A radio for a line shot gun will come
off at Myers' saloon, opposite tho An
trim Jlouse, Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock. uO 2t
At No. 144 Commercial avonuo you
can llnd all the fashionnblc goods of tho
i i I' i ii
Take Particular Notice.
It Is scarcely necessary to urge. upon par
ties indebted to tho 'Uullctln oillco that our
circumstances require, upon their part, a can
cellation of their indebtedness. A quick in
gathering of tho amount duo us on book ac
count will greatly assist us in r establishing
ourselves on our orlglnnl footiug. We In
tend to recover from our set-back, and that
right speedily. Our debtors know how to
nld us In this purpose, nnd wo shall expect
them to bo prepared for tho call of our col
lector. New arrival of a complete stock of
spring nnd summer goods at
a3 lw Heilmion & Weil.
frer I.micli nt llio Court llounc Ntiloon.
Jimmle English will tetn freo lunch nt
the Court House Saloon every morning
at 10 oclock, and he Invites his friends,
parties ntteudlng on court from town
nnd country, to come nnd feast to their
full. The best of nles, wines, liquors
nnd cigars on hand. fit
The individual who entered tho houso
of Mr. Palmer Pierce, nud gave his pur
huuis nn exhausting run, before he
submitted to capture, confessed himself
guilty yesterday, when, arraigned uuder
nn Indictment for burglary, mid was
sent to Jollet for revun years. He gave
his namo as Daniel Webstqr.
lUv. Umdley wns in the Circuit Court
room, yesterdny, surrounded by the
members of his congregation. This
colored expounder of gospel truths stolo
a hot, so his persecutors uny ; but he says
ho can and will prove nn "alley b'y."
Ho doesn't know what nn "alley b'y" Is,
but ho Intends to prove one, neverthe
less. One of his devoted follower.? in
formed us that. Mr, Bradley eould'nt
Tinvo stole tho pork, for ho himself know
that nt that very time, Bradley had tho
nU'A bad, nnd wns down in bed with It I
Barton, of the Carbondale 'New Era',
nnd Potter, of tho Mound City 'Journal'
wcro in town, yesterday evening, on
hurried business trips. Tho fact that tho
grand Jury is in hcssIoii had nothing to
do.with tholr short stay.
Wo nro compelled to exclude matter
propared for this ovenlng's paper. Sev
eral local items and notices and u portion
of our river no ws nro crowded out; but
nro Inid over for to-morrow.
P. O. Scliuh keen) Laudreth's garden
seeds, tho growth of 1SGS; perfectly
sound nud reliable. ilwd
4MtllUK r Millinery JoimI.
On Friday nnd Saturday next Messrs.
E. II. Oswald & Co., will open tholr
spring stock of millinery goods, display
In tho way of bonnets, hatH, straw goods,
trimmings, llowers, nnd the couutleps
other articles suggeslod by thu taste and
necessities of ladles, tho most attractive
purchnso ovor brought to Cairo. Tho
iadlos nre presslngly invited to call In
nnd Inspect tho stock. ,
PK0CK El) 1 X0S 0 P TH K S U l,KCT COUNCl 1 , 1
(Stated Mrttintr.) .
Cfdrq. ))!., April 0, 14 ,
presontMnyor Oborly mid Council-,
men JSitrciay, uxnilnuan mid William
On motion of Councilman Williamson
tho Council ndjournod to meet on Wed
nesday evening, April 7th, at 7 o'clock;
Patiuck Mooklek, Oity Clerk.
Couuell aicetliiBH-Wliea, Hold.
Tho following resolutions wore ndopted
by tho Board of Aldermon on Monduy
ovonlug. Wo republish them to correct
nn omission. Thoy nro given below
precisely us ndoptod.
Resolved by tho bonrd of Aldormetikj
(tho.solect council cojiQurrlng.) that
mebtlngsof tho City Council shall ho
hold nt tho City Council chamber.
'i'hnt n state(f joint m'cotlng of tho two'
brauehes of tho City Council be held on '
tho Friday II rat preceding the llrst Mbhr
day In each nnd every month, nt 7
o'clock P. M;
That stated mootings of tho Bonrd of
Aldermon bo held on tho llrst Monday
nnd llrst Tuesutiy in each and every
month, at 7J o'clock, P. M.; nnd that
stateu meoimgs or mo soiect council oo
succeeding tho soopuU Monday and i
Tuesday in each nnd every month, nt t
7 o'clock P. M. t
Kllr4 Ktrttct PrirlUtrcxt.
The board of aldermen took such ac
tion, on Monday night, on tho applica
tion of the Cairo Vluccnnes railroad
company for thsv use of Commercial
avenue, aa becomes them as faithful
guardians, of, the interests of the city.
They tendered tho use 6f Commercial
aVehtie to the company, and such othor
street as would enablu it to reach, the
point, for either a single or double lino
of rails, by o voto lacking only one of
belngunanimous. This unanimity shows
that the subject has been duly weighed,
and the conclusion arrived at that the
future prosperity of the city depends
upon tho operation of our railroads, and
that it Is, therefore, the duty of every
cltizon to encourago their construction
by all means within his power. Tho
privilege granted is, of course, subjected
to certain wise restrictions; the railroad
company shall, for instance, keep their
road bed up to the grade of the streets,
shall peovldo suitable crossings ut nil
street Intersections, nnd shall run their
trains at such rate of speed as tho coun
cil may determluo upon. Further than
this, no part of tho streets shnll be occu
pied by standing or unused cars or for
switching purposes, it being tho great
object of tho grant to nllow tho rnllrond
compuny to reach, in n direct manner,
their depot grounds at the point.
In the uction of the bonrd of aldermen,
it is confidently believed by tho friends
of railroads, that tho select oouncll will
fully concur- So ranch depends upon
such concurrence that it Is scarcely im
nglned by nny ono that it will be with
held. Cairo cannot, must not, remain
as now; and to what agency can we
look for the desired change if not to
rallrouds? Tho lower part of the city
all the property below Twelfth street,
needsre-nnlmatlng. Theuprlseof a large
railroad nud shipping business nt tho
point will answer that need. Nothing
else that can be thought of, as at all prob
able, will do so. Why, then, should nny
citizen throw impediments In the way?
Just as sure as the depot of tho Cairo fc
Vin cen nes railroad Is located In tho bend
of the river, that sure will tho lower por
tion of tho city languish mid, for all
business purposes, become worthless!
Evidences of that languishing aro al
ready apparent; but, in tho event spoken
of, they will multiply with nlnrmlng
rapidity; and then It will be too into to
apply the remedy. Think nnd act wisely
now and there will bo nothing to deplore
In the future.
A splendid lot of dress goods Just
opened ut Hellbron & Well's. 3 lw
M I I I I
Spalding's Jatainant! Hair restorer Is
precisely what It professes to be, a haik hes
TOKATIVK. It Is tho surest and safest pre
paration of tho age. For supplies, wholesale
or retail, apply at P. G. Schuh's drug store.
Alcsuntlrr Circuit Court.
jroN d. j tiaker, jit.', Jcuan. ,
MouJay, April 6th-ririt Ilay.
The following Juries were empanolled:
Jrtt WJIrax, Foreman, !. Vincent.
Jmr Gurluotl, Frederick WlilUronp,
Niiiiuel Wll.)ti. K. II. Humirvk,
Newell M. lUniUll, Tlmnm llrmru.
II. A. Ilminnn, Kniut't WillMtrmon,
Marlon ItarU, 1. Corcoran,
r.iivirr,..i. ' . 'y,!"Wu!a,"mK.
II. A. IWrni, F. Theobald,
J. II. Humphrey,! , Cpr Yotl.;
John W. 8irull, Johu K. Wallace,
Frank Drain, Dcuuu Mahouey,
C. M. Oiterloh,
W. V. JlifGbre. .
J. . rate,,
Haimifl Clulta, John Hheplril,
11. r . KlpjuiM;r(, imTia imnop,
Jel A. iVrry," James 11. Catrniler,
Allen Ttirpiu, K, U. fiieen,
Tipley Mcllavcnt, Hlniui Lrnton.
J w. Mtxxly, jr Jnh WIUmm
Mithil Mahoney, I.eand" Aiyy,
The People vs John Kelly, larceny;
continued forservlce. " ' " "
Tlic People vs John J. Robinson, rape;
continued for service.
Tho People vs John Jack, .robbery;
continued for sorrvlce. - j "
The Peoplo vs John J.Iloblnsou, rape;
continued for service. .
Tho Peoplo us Byron J. Thorndyke,
lnrceny; continued for fcrvJce. . .
City of Cairo vs Bouert M. Hnydock,
nppeals; continued by agreement.
Elder Ip Goodwin vs John Hognu, re
plevin; continued by agreement.
FrcdPfafTvs nnlllday Brothers, ns
sumpslt; continuod by agreement.
Grosi it Rosier vs Stownrt & Co., as
sumpsit; plaintiff takes non-sult. '
Alfred A.Snijth vsllonry Stansberry,
Ubsumjislt; dismissed by phi'Inlid';
Inir, assumpsit; continued forservlce.
John Hogau for n-so of Wilion vs
Rob't Wood 6t ul., debt; leave tplllofad
Stratt()ii, Hudson & Clnrk va Turk
Porter, assumpsit; dismissed by phtintiir.
Jonuetto Hudson vs J. K, 'Frlck, as
sumpsit; dismissed by pluluthT;
John loEwjan ys Goo Fisher, garnish
ment; defendant answers that ho has
$130 'cVS." JiidLMriont entered against him
Patrick Fitzgerald vs Thos. W. Halli
day, replevin; continued for defendant.'
T. B. Ellt& Bro. vs Re-d AMnnn, re
plevin; illsmlss'ed by plhlhtlllV
Lawrenee ABrlbaokVu John S;Nenl,
garnishment, dismissed byplalutiiT.
Lawrence & Brlback vs First National
S. Lowouthal & Co -va Win. Winter,!
assumpsit; continued for waut of ser'
uloe in llmi.J in ""'":A-
W. II. WalkeP'&v Cova Johu W.
ti)lres, uesumpsit; dismissed by plain
liA. Hbm'eyep& Co. vt?J. Q Medldy,'
assumpsit disfiilss'Jd by plaintiff",
Wetheril A'Bro: -vs John P . Tncreartr?
UeJ h 1 t lx i L l
Jo, ",lY?4?eKr t.SW ,(Ul,l,?,IUlor'
appeal t'contintiedi J mo M a
James SImms vs. Priest and Miller,
A. D. and W. V. Leach vs. Jones Mc
Clure, assumpsit; dismissed.
Andrew J. Carle vs. Green and Webb,
Madison May vs. Mnry A. Miller, etnls,
Tho Peoplo for use of Trover vs. C. D.
Arter, otals, debt; venue changed to Un
F. E. Sulno fc Co. vs. John W. Hen
ley, eta!, bill to foreclose motgago; final
report of matter approved.
Taylor & Parsons vs Samuel M. Orr,
vendors' lion; dismissed by plaintiff.
William Johnson vs Mary Y. John
son, divorce; rule on defendant to an
swer. Mary Ouffney, vs Martin RIolly, otal,
Injunction ; rule on defendant to answer.
John C. Yantes vs Thos. J. Craig, otal,
foreclosure of Mortgage; rule on defend
William Brndshawv Margnret Brad
shaw, divorce; rulo afyiefeudant to an
swer. iipF .
T. B. Ellis nnd Bro. vs. Levi L. Leach,
et ux Injunction; dismissed.
Bragdeii, Ford & Co. vs. Pitcher &
Henry, Injunction; dismissed by plaln
slir. Samuel L. M. Barber vs Frcdollno
Bross, bill to cancel deed ; rule on defend
Henry W. Billings vs. Jnmss McKon
zle, ctals, bill for partition; decree set
aside, nud leavo given to amend bill.
Taylor & Parsons, vs. Rosana Smith,
etnl, bill to euforco vendors' lien; llnal
report of matter approved.
Clomentlne Gator vs Frank Gater, di
vorce; rule on defendant to answer,
Zullma Powers vs Perry Powers, In
junction; rule on defendant to answer;
motion for attachment for contempt of
court against defendant for disobeying
writ of injunction.
Slphronla E. Farmer vs David A. Far
mer, divorce; rule on defendant to an
swer. Margaret Swander vs John Hyland,
etal, Injunction; rule on defendant to
Tuesday, April Oil). FcconJ day Afternoon.
The People vs. Charles Gayer, assault
to murder; venue changed to Pulaski
Tho People vs. Theron Glllson, larceny;
sentenced to county Jail for ono month,
and filled $60.
Tho Peoplo vs. James Dlnan, robborry ;
defendant Michael Hawk, forfeited ills
recognizance, nolle as to defendant
Tho Peoplo vs, Michael Rnue, assault
to do bodily injury; continuod.
The Peoplo vs, Michael E. Powers, as
sault to do bodily Injury; nollo entored.
The Peoplo vs. Andrew KUlalny nnd
J nines Collins, manslaughter; venue
changed to Pulaski county.
Tho Peoplo vs. Andrew KUlalny, ns
satilt to murder; ramo order.
Tho Peoplo vs. John Oiler, Recogni
zance to keep tho peace; dismissed.
Tho People vs Daniel Webster, larce
ny; plend guilty, nud sentenced to soven
years In tho Penitentiary-
Smithy nnd Beggs vs, Win. M. Wil
liams, mechanics' lien; leave given W.
H. Thomas, nnd F. W. Warren & Co.
Nainsooks, marsellles, brilliants,
checks, Jaconets nnd Swiss, nt Hellbron
Well's. n3 lw
Landroth's Froih and Iteliablo Garden
jSecdi at P. G. Scbuh's drug store. m312wd
1 Remember tho plnco t where you can
flnd'cliolce prints atI2j' cunts.
a3 lw Heimikok & Weii,.
Port X-txt for the Ut Hour Ending tit
I Two o'clock, 1. H.
Cen. AnJeri-on, Colum.j Win. While, Pnducah;
Quickrtep, Ktanivilloi Jlenjal Tiger, Cneater j
Mollie Ebert, lvlt.Uirfi lleHcSt. l.oui.i.ft. I.ouii;
limaruk, N. . ; Charleston, Si. Iouu ;
tulu, VivkthurKi Nm Hrown, Ht. I.onu.
fion. AmlersuD. C olum.; Wm. W hitc. 1'aJucalr,
John l.ummJen, Naalfi Orent llepiiMto, N. O.;
OiiK'kntvn, KnvilU: . Mqlllo l'.lrt, Ht. Iuuj
lMlu ft. Louis, Meinplii! Dunnuok, hi. Louit;
Charlemopfl'itUt'Urir.' Mi Hrown; I.uul.Mllti
The weathr has been clear nnd beau
tiful slnco last report. The mercury In
dicated GS degrees at noon.
1 Tho Mississippi and tho Missouri con
tlnuo to rise slowly but suroly, nnd
high water may yet result sooner than
has been anticipated.
Tho Ohio river Is falling rapidly from
Pittsburg to Louisville, and no rains re
ported to chnngo tho report soon. The
decline at Cincinnati amounts to, nearly
four feet per twenty-four hours. Tliero
is 21 foot ovor the falls at Louisville.
Tho river hns risen Ave" inches at this
City since Inst l-qport.
Business continues fair.
- Tho Great "Republic cleared for 'Now
Orleans last ovenlng nt 0 o'clock after
receiving hero USUlihd tobacco, 700 bbls
flojir. fjoOsks pats, '323 bbls pork nud a
largo qbantity of nssorted freights
making n totnl of nbout 000 tons.
Tho John Lumsden received 25 tons
from tho I. C. R. R. for. points along tho
Cumberland river, and nearly tho samo
qurntity from our other shippers.
Tho Whlto brought 70 persons with n
large quantity of horses, mules, wagons
and household goods, moving from Kon
tuoky, Tennessee and Alabama to vari
ous points In tho great West to 'settle In
now homes. The. Blsmarok took tho
wholo parly to St. Louis, Komo of tho
men wished to purchnso provisions hore,
buttoldone-' of our citizen's hat thoy"
(eared.they should be. murdered or rob
Ved. This awlmen of tho Ilea which
aro every wlioro told of Cairo," These
meiyvero utterly astonished when they
were at length persuaded to go oufcln the
city and found that they were treated
with tho utmost kindness.
The Cumberland, Captain Billy Louth,
is the regular Calry nnd Evansvllle mall
packet this evening. . v
Tho wm. White, Capt. Tfortuern,
Jimmy Beverly clerk, is the regular
daily packet for Paducah this evening.
The City of Alton, Captain Archer, Is
the regular packet for Memphis and
Vlcksburg this evening.
The R. E. Lee, Captain Cennon, is tho
packet for Now Orleans this evoning.
Tho Bello St. Louis received 35 tons
from the 1. C. R, R. and 40 tons from
C. T. HIndo.
Tho Quickstep brought 100 pkgs sun
dries for Cairo merchants and a large
lot of sundries for reshlpmcnt.
DRY GOODS, ETC-
EW GOODS I
The Oldest Established
IS TIIK CITY.
IHTTENH0U.se & IIANXY
Haro on hand, freih from tho market
Aljttcu, Itobalx Cloth,
Printed do Laincs, Pekln Lustres,
French Jaconot, Percales,
Italian Clothi, Chnlll,
French Ginghams, French Piques,
Pure Mohairs, Scotch Gingham,
Crapo Marctr, Poplins,
Percnlo Robes, Japanese Cloth,
Frcnyh Ijiwnn, Pacific Lownj,
Grcnndlne, Printed Linens, ,
Plain Percale, Whjto AIdacm,
Brown nmt Illeiehed gheetings,
Drown anl Illenehed Hhlrtlng",
Pari Printed Hpringfihanln,
Lama Loco Phawlr,
Paris Veil Barcies,
Whlto Ooodf, Donna Maria,
Walm-ooki, Uottod Mett,
tkft Cambrics, Hoalery,
IndlA Twill, Olorco,
Indln Mull, Jaconet,
Linen Cambric, Hwlan,
CLOTHI Ann CAHHLHEK,
COUXKIl EI01IT1I ST. AND COMMERCIAL AVK.
STRAW AND MILLINERY GOODS.
IOOO. SStx-SjOLSi IOOO
MILS. E. II. OSWALD & CO.,
Have Jtttt received an nnmually tine and attractive
Ktratr uuil .lllllluery 2oxl,
Notoni,Trlmminc and Kar.ey Article!, Rlblion,
Htiltoiif, Klower, vU.,allof the verylatosi atyloscx
lant ; jircM'titun to the irnden variety equal to the de
mand, at iiriee ihnt eanrarrely fall to give ftifac
lion. WOIIK HASICKTS j intunt's bskets, and a
handsome collovtiou of other notions, uieful nnd or
nmnciitnl. A lot of Pinijer'n celebrated sewing machines
alto on hand, to which tho attention of the publio is
They are prepared, ns heretofore, to meet all do
mands Inthodrux making lino promptly and after thif
latest t) los.
Ilunnet mado and bleached to order.
I'Jl Commercial Avenue, Xenr IIIrIUIi Nt.
TI&SOLUTION OF CO-lVRTNER.
The eonartnerahln heretofore cxfrtttnir between IU
II. Ilendrick anil J. M. PhlllipK,tinderthennn name of
ii. nennricK u litis u.ny umiioiveii, J. i.
Philllpi aumlnR tho naocta and liabilities of tho lalo
conctrii, will ctjuiauo tho uliarfbont anil forwarding
bulnc under tho llrm name of J, M. Phillip A Co.
K. H. IIKNDitlCK,
Cairo, April 3d, Isoa.
Tliaxkftil for the liberal paironago received herelo
fore. I reriiectfelly tolieit a conliuuanep to the new
firm of J. M. l'hlillpi A Co. i:. II. I1C.NDKICK.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
The copartnership of Doctor Hrlgham A; Keok Is
tliiiday disiolred by mutual content, Dr. Keok with
Iran iii Ail mdi-bied to ihe firm are respectfully re
fiiieoteiito tettle with Dr. Ilnluin. who will nUo act
tin tho claim n;:wit the tinn. It. H. IlltlnllAM,
Dr Urlsham Invite the patronftgo of all fnetnU of
OAL! COAL! COAL!
.T. Slmip 3rcI)onuM'H Coulyurtl
Having mado pennancat nrransements with A. L.
fchotwclt i Co., fur a ' '
CortHtnut Nitliply orCosilJ H
Direct Vrom tho mines, wo aro prepared to 'supply
steamers nt imy time day .or niht.
tit cum Tuif "Ivy"
Always In reruHnee to iiipply (lie want of steamers
and tlia publigueueully ui living price.
niiSIt ItOllKUT II. SMITH. Acent.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Boot and Sboo TVTwIi; or
Twentieth street, between Washington and
(Nearly opposite the Court Ilouie,)
Keeps a splendid ttoek of tho boatmaterlal, and good
workmen, and can till orders on short notice.
Mending Uouu neatly and cheaply. Patronage to
lloUod. 7 decSU-Mdlf .
yooDi WOOD 1 1
. J, W. TUBN.EB .
Jb prepared to furnish 'if
G-ood Iardl Wood
At priced wlflch lefy competUiontid sJsbt
( ", Deliver lauuy port or'ths'OltjrV
i . r . - rl
0u tho shortest notice.
LeuVo,brikrs oh slates nt Ilulen's grocery, Loner
fcan'n feed store, and Woods and RoacE'i Krocerr.' "
Tho bent in the market of nil kinds solid, movable
una perforated tootii.
M HOLES AI.i: AA'I KETAII.,
riTCUElt & HENRY,
lOB Commercial Avenue, corner Twelfth xtrect,
Uioioiut LAIIIU, ll.l.l.Lll.
AINT CHARLES HOTEL,
Oair o, Illinois.
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
The only FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
Is now In tbor.iost une.xeeptlonablo order for guestt
The past Summer.
Torzua, $Q OO I?or Day
Ilnggage Cat-rlcil lo tint! from the Hotel
free or Clinrge.
Day Board, Twenty-Flee Dollars per month
JEWKTT WILCOX A CO.,
DYAS T. I'AIIKEH. JOHN JJ. PJIILUS.
JpARICER & PHILLIS,
Commission ami Forwarding Slcrchaute
And Dealers In
Hay, Com, Oat, llrnu, mill all KlntU or
OHIO LEVEE .CAIKO, ILL.
1. D. AYEIU).
A YEKS & CV-,
K. J. AYcnn,
O O M MIS SIO iV .VJ7f CIIA X TS,
No. 133 OhloLcvce,
TRATTON, HUDSON & CLARK,
(Buccenors to Cunningham tt Stratton,)
(iroccrs uml Couiiiil.sblon Merchants,
No. .17 Olilo I.evco, Cnlro, III.
GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
Family Jrocprlp, ITovInIoiim, Vcscttxtilcsi,
A largo supply of I'uuoy (Iroeorles, Canned I-'rults.
etc., blttay oulumJ. Eeryibmgpur) and frcwh.
8. E. COK. OK WASHINGTON AV. AND TENTH bT.
W II O I. K X Ii E G II O 0 13 K ,
PltODUCE AND COMMISSION
3VC B R O IE A N T,
A'o. "0 Ohio Lexer, Citli'O, III.
Special attention kivcii to coiuinincnt and tllllnK
STAPLE AM) FA.VCV GKOCt'RIIsS,
I'rovlHlons, Protlucc, Coal Oil, An
134 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
II ALLEY'S CHARTER OAK
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron
A'p. 1CC WASHINGTON AVEXUF,
(Abovo tli Market House.)
Itooflng, (iuttering, Hintutlne uml Steamboat Work
dono lu u neat and tulwtaiitiul manner, at thert no
TO OllTAINITGO TO
REEinYART, OltTII k CO'S
And purchaso tho leading t
Stovo of tlao "VDr o ist
A good variety of Cooking ami Heating gloves a!
way a on hand, Aim a egmpleto assortment af
Tluwure, Ilollow-Wnrc, &c, 4ic,
Urmufocturers of Gutterinj-nnd Koofiuy.
Our motto U Quick Bule iNid Small Profits.
sns-8tifaotlon Bar;nteeil in overy tnstaucc.-SW
UN FLOWER BILLIARD SALOON
is furnished with the latest styles of Tublet, nnd the
bar supplied with tho mott excellent liiuoni.
U,sprea4 overy day at o.m. and 10 p.m. decMtf
JOHN HYLANB'S SALOON
Is suppliod with all kinds of
cor, Ale, Ac, j
cnuo, but. Ninth and Tenth
Hhe thirsty, who lovo good lii)uor, she
call j and ttiotu who with to putffi frv
uavo iueirwaiu.1 suppuoa ai ins var, ,