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tr vim , ; OFFICE: ISTo. J.3 Tenth Street, Thornton's Building. 1 -
SATURDAY EVENING. SJBPTEAIBER 18. I860.
TOHN"E OBERLY & CO
TillJ CAIK0r'JL'l'15VAXSTIHii: RACKET
Tit A OK.
Tho competition In tho Evniisv
i , - s. t . 1 1
trndo, or the ttlleilged disposition of Cant.
Doxtor to oxcerclso exclusive controt-of
tbo wntern of tho lower Ohio, Iiuh called
out tlio following card from Copt. Henry
ficott. As, since lUt )Ublicatloi), the
steiunor Phantom blow tip nnd killed a
nuinbor of her crow, tho words of dipt.
Ht,, which t ,wc hayp, Italicised,
prophetic: - i :,.
"From trtlicrpulf- llj?Hfr'cet9and else"
where about tho town, I regret tolearn
that thoro is nu nplnloirpreyuUiUK with
'some persona that I am running the
Clara Scott nft a mall packet In' omki
xition tobbmebodyLldo'd bouL Now this
in nut tho fact, and I dcalr'u thrbrigH your
paper to Correct that error, ,W,1ioil ,tho
Cumberland exploded-thcro wan no boat
to talte her place, and '.HaHIday &, .Co.;
telegraphed to send the mall by ,iho
Clara Scott. This was dono at once, and
an arrangement made with tho parties'
to carry It during tho low water. She
ha carried It regularly since that time,
ami will continue to do so during the low
water, and until the Cumberland's own
rs want their days again. I have the
best, tho' newest 'arid "the' fute.t boat
now In the line, built at Kvansvlllo and
owned at Eviuisvlllv, and I am now
unking only a fair share of Lvansvllli'
How' is it with Captain Doxtor's clinn
tered boat? He In mnklng a rogular
war upon my bout. Not smisliwi with
hla own two dayp a week, lie now tries,
uy doubling his trips, or by turning back
at any point ho plensos, to havo the
Phantom always at tho wharf to go out
in opposition to the Clara Scott This Is
no benefit to the public and no accomo
dation to anyone, und is cxccalinnly 'fan
gcroua to the ojyateriwcm who t qrty
nn the Jltnntom. It is charged that the
Clara belongs In Wabash and has no
business In this mail trade. I would ask
if Khe has not ok much right hero as tho
other light boats chartered by Captain
Dexter out of the Cumberland and 'lenu
seo J livers She certainly lias; and
although CujiL Dexter has magnani
mously ollercd to allow some other boats
to run on the lower Ohio on condition
that they would pay him $10) per week,
and glvft him tho mail pay, I am nut
willing to concede that lie has a right to
hlrotho river out to whom he pleases
Tho mall aausttbe carried on small boats
whllo tho river is too low for the rtgulnr
mail boats that are now laid up at the
bono yard, and 1 ask nothing but what
Is mine, and I run no opposition to any
Hk.vu v .Scott.
CORONER'S VERDICT OX THE
Tho corouer's Jury empanelled to In
vestigate the cause of death of the host
that perished In the Avnudale mines,
have returned the following verdict:
'That the said Palmer Steele and oth
ers came to their deaths In (he Avon
dalo mines; that the Cause of their death
was tho exnaustion of atmospheric air,
or a prevalence of sulphuric and carbon
Io acid gases in the said Avondalc mim?,
oaused by the burning of tho head house
and breaker, at said mine, on the tith
day of September, thereby destroying
the air courses loading from tho miuo
.through the shaft; that the lire originat
ed from tho furnace' from the mines tak
ing eflect upon tho wooden bracket in
tho up-cast nir course, lending from tho
bottom of the tdiaft to tho head house."
The Jury regard tho present system of
mining, on a large numberof mines now
working by shafts, as insecure aud un
safe to the miners, and would strongly
recommend, in all cusea when practica
ble, two places for ingress and egress,
aud a more perfect ventilation, thereby
rendering greater security to tho life of
the mluors under any similar accidents.
ORE OF IT.
Radical members of tho Arkansas leg.
islature held a meeting in Little Jtock,
on Weduesday, at which resolutions
wero adopted for tho formation of n lib
eral Republican party on tho basis of
universal suilVago and amnesty, and ap
pointed a committed to solicit subscrip
tions, and take other means for a com
plete organization. These resolutions
wero signed by Lieut, Gov. Johnson and
sixteen Republican members. Tho com
mltteo thus appointed publishes to-day
a call fora'Stato Convention on tho '13th
of October to carry out tho purposes of tho
Tho postal, arid reyenuo Vanches of tho
'administration have decldotj to make
the support of the radical candidates in
Texas and Mississippi n test for political
preferment in appointments. This re
moves all doubts over the President's re
cently expressed vlows In the premises.
In all tho minor appointments consid
ered in tho Postoillce department Thurs
day, this itilo was ud bored to.
A Washington dispatch says that tho
various' trades-unions are adopting new
constitutions, whfoh prohibit uegro mo
ehanlcs from having membership.
Nelson Kritn'oVulhor of tho ouco
bopular song "Beu (Bolt," died a fow
days ago inlsspurjuxlt&w'as n member
of Wilson's minstrel troupo at tho time
of ht death.
I'ROCEEDIXOS OF THE SELECT
IHoRUlar Meeting. t
i 1 . , .Cairo III., Bppt. Kill, IMP.
Present Mayor Oberly, and Council
men Barclay, Martin, O'Callalian,
Reardcn and Williamson 5., ,
Second reading of an ordinance, enti
tled: "An ordinance iu relation to regis
tering! and, destroying, scrip,"; adopted
and referred to tho Board of Aldermen
by tho following vote:
Ayes-Barclay, Martin, O'Callalian,
Rearden and Williamson C.
Second reading of ai ordinance, in re-,
latlon to tho Market Master's salary.
Councilman Barclay moved to nmemT
the ordinance, by striking out tho words
"fixed at tho rate of $S3 33 ,per month,"
anil hiMe'rl the 'words ' 'rfncrcaie'd to the
oxlcpt of one-half of tho gross amount of
receipts from.the .scales." k Los.t by the
following VotoV" ' V" "
Ayes Barclay and Williamson 2.
Kayos Martin, O'Callalian and Rear
denJfs; - j . '-' . t r.
Tho question then bclpg upon tho
adoption of the ordinance as first read,
and, on motion was adopted, by the fol
lowing vote, and sentto the -Boanlr of
Aldermen for concurrence:
Ayes-MarlIn," 6'Callahan and Hoar
Nays Barclay and Williamson '2.
Second reading of an ordinance, enti
tled : 'iAn ordinance in relation to pub
lic Improvements.'' '(itavlng heretofore!
passed tho Board of Aldermen). Adopt
ed by the following vote:
Ayes Barclay, Martin, O'Callalian,
Rcnrdcn and Williamson 5.
Nays None. , , ; .
Bill of J. B. Taylor, for maklnt: collec
tor's book, amounting to, $160 in cash or
scrip at lOpbf cent, discount.'' Reported
by the committee on claims. On motion
of Councilman Rearden the bill was re
ferred back to the committee, with in
structions to revise tho same as to tho
value of scrip.
A numberof bills were then read and
referred to the committee on claims nn
der the rule.
Councilman Martin moved to recon
sider tho vote heretofore taken, defeating
the'ordln'a'nco in relation to tho 'City
Marshal' salary. Carried.
Couucllmun Rearden then moved to
amend the ordinance, by striking out
the word "June," and Insert the word
The question then being upon the
adoption of the ordiuaucu as amended.
Upon a call of the ayes and hays, the
ordiuanco was adopted by the following
vote, aud sent back to the Board of Al
dermen for concurrence:
Ayes Martin, O'Callahon and Rear
Nays Barclay aud Williamson 2.
Adjourned. John Buown,
City Clerk, pro tern.
AT0 T Til A T HO AT BUT THE 0 TIIER,
The Paducah KeuluckIan,' in giving
an account of tho explosloa of tho Phan
Tho Phantom was an old boat that has
been employed in tho Tennessee river
trade. After the accideut to tho Cum
berland, some weeks ago.- the Phantom
took herplacolnthollnobetwcon Evans
villo and Cairo, aud about tho same
time the steamer Clara Scott, that had
been runnlug in the Wabash trade, was
iiut on as an opposition boat between
ivatisvlllo and Cairo, and ran on the
same days as the Phantom.
The 'Kcntucklan' has tho relation or
the Phantom aud Clara Scott dlreotly re
versed. Tho Phantom did not tako the
placo of tho Cumberland. On the con
trary that placo aud tho mall wero as.
stguod to tho Clara Scott by the owners
of the Cumberland; tho arrangement to
coutluuo durlug low water. Tho Phan
tom was running in opposition to the
Clara Scott, tho successor of the Cum-
President Orant'ls'so" affected by the
death of Secretary Rawlins (a dispatch
tolling whose condition ho pocketed at a
ball, and thoreby frustrated the former's
dying wish to boo his Chlof alivo), that
attending his funeral in tho morning, he
sallies off on another pleasure trip thp
Tho bid by whloli Carbondalo secures
the Southern IlllnollsNorraalUulverslty,
was as follows: City of Carbondale
bonds, $100,000; Jackson county bonds,
$50,000; transportation from Illinois
Central Railroad, $25'000; tho Southerp
Illinois Collego.andsjxty,, two acres of
land in1 'tho coutor6f 'Carbondalo; 500
acres of laud in Jackson county, and- ail
tho stone uecessary for the foundation
of tho building transported free to tho
grounds upon whioh the building is to bo
ejected. This was a liberal offer, nnd
will bo fulfilled in good faith.
Alien at Clinton was lately released
from accidental solitary confinement
of flfty-elght days, without food or wa
ter, and came out bright aud lively.
Constantinople has twenty-eight newi.
paper, printed in eight uinereni jan
The Rawlins subscription fund in Now
York rids reached forty-one thousand
St. Mary's parish is called tho "sugar
bowl" of Louisiana, and promises a good
crop. 4 m '
Swords edits ami Spears publishes tho
VIcksburg 'Herald,' and yet It Isn't n
harp paper so Bald for the fun of the
thing. ). I" JL X JLX OT
Henry Ward Beccher, after January
next,, is to be the -editor of the Now
Norfolk, Ya.,rcstricts. ;lhc, number bf
bootblacks In the city to cigh't, and gives
ench'fi diBtflc't." " " "
A Chicago policeman Is In trouble,
A cook sues him for breach of promise
and ten thousand dollars damages.
the announcement in Germany of sev
enty new books on the great man.
Tlfc kn'lg elf i3finmarlc5 wns a beat sugar
factory wheh uses machinery of his
own invention, and yields him an In
come of fifty thousand annually.'
John Durlvage, a nephew of 32dward
Everett, a well known Journalist, actor
aniljdramatlst, ijled at thqclty hospital
In Memphis, a few days"ago, utterly
penniless.' . i . ..
A young English lord who went with
a governor to Paris to learn the .French
manners left the governor in a lurch
aud eloped with a ballet girl for his pro
tector, instead. His chances for learning
French manners ure good.
The Now York 'Tribune' gives editorial
promlnenco to the fact that certain
financiers of that city, in combination
with European capitalists havo conspired
to buy and withdraw from use thirty mil
lions of gold, with Intent tocorapel those
Mho must pay gold at tho Custom Houso
or elsewhere to buy of them at exhprbl
tant rates. The 'Tribune' calls upon tho
Secretary of tho Treasury to take the
needful steps to ascertain tho facts, and
if thoro bo such a combination to use
the power lodged in his hands as the
public good requires.
Orric Cn x CWmwii.ua.
Cniro, Hop(micr is,- itio. j
4lwl tuioU will U rivtWrud at IhU ollU-e until
WJin-"lAjr. rii'iitemlxr 22, lwu,' fur MrnUhlnj; oak
inl poplir lumwr, to bouol for repairing city Me
walk ami crotsiriKi. Mont of miiI lum'xr to U from
one to tlirco lochrx In thickne, four to twrlro Inchci
wlilr, ni nnn tobe over elKhtvn feet long. Quan
tity and klnJ to bo ordwl from thU otttce, And
pM for In order on tho City TreMurf r at par.
llu'l'l re-urtfl to ri'j t any or Ml bidi .
MCdtd O, I'. LTO.N. City Comptrollc .
A Ilnadaonie Inducement.
Kvery pronwho nd S3 SO to the "XIX
TUKV" Publlootlon Co , at Chr!eton, 8. C, m:lTe
tlmtiuprt)!!Ugimc for otioyeflr, And a cuiiyof, ( i
thr of tho Wnmly Novel or the workt ofChvIrt
Dlcltrni that may be dcilgnMcl. Specimen number
with premium lint, 3i cent. elSw3m
Tim ''XlX CENTURY" IMbllcatlon Co , at Charles
ton, haro been 10 Successful In literary cmerprNe
that they ore dittributing hundred of choice ttandard
worM KKKB to tho purchama of tile magazine, .Wk
for It M W. 1), Kockwell & Co.'i. celSwtt
OTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed crorovU will bo recelol by inc. at my of
fice, in the city of Cairo. Ilia., until 14 o'clock m.,on
Krtday, IMth Inst., for clearrtig tho timber off tho new
rnad.jilitt .nurteyed, between what Is known M the
l'ott'aroad and JeIToron Martin' fann.ono and thrca
Imarteri mile, mora or lot . All tree twelra inche
or let in diainntvr to Utcut lord with the ground,
and removed 24 feot from the center of ai4 riwul.
Aa payment for the altore work wll bo made in
County order, bidder will OTcrn thcmaelrc ao
conlingly. The County Coirt reneno Iho riht to rejuctall
bid. J. O, LYNCH,
HE RIFF'S SALE.
Hr Ylrlu'o of lui'oxeeuUon to ma directed by the
Clerk or the Circuit court
of Alexaniler county
(ho btato of llliuoi, In farorof Julia IUumcar
acalml Matilda llaunifianl. . I havo levied upon mo
fiTllowinir tlricrilied nronrrlv. to. wit Tho aouthoail
of the noithwet tuarlcr and tho ouihwet quarter of
lectiou numboxed five. In township uiirrbvrcii Kevin
teen, range two well, In Alcxandrr county, Illlnoi.
the property of a(d Mellnda llaiimenri), whleh I
nhall ulleral publlo utlo at the westerly door of tho
cnurihou, in Cairo, lllluon, on the IMIi day of Do
tuber, Ai P. lnc, between the hour of nlno o'clwck. '
a.m., and unaet of aid day, for oah, to aalltfy ald
Dated nt Cairo, IllinoH, Heptrmler Utk, lira.
nouis H. Mviiiis,
eJ5 4tw Bheriffof Alexander county, lllinol.
WAN rHOAOKNTS lo aell a thornuRlily goo.1
domoBtio articlo, wanted in excry family. Bx-
CIIMIVO wrruory given. nu,uicu icanni ana re.
aprctable. One aent old SCO in ono mall tou n : one,
another, 49 pr day for diiy In iiccuiou, upon whinli
tuuuin uve fown , one, iu t,-iiiu un w laniuien.
ho miulo tl:
j neruay; ami niiinrano onuaiir nt wen.
Hend for circular,
ir. i.i 1 1 ir.r ir.ivii . ut.nK,
ivi waaninRion t., ltonion, iils.
rjHE GERMAN SCHOOL.
rof: m. "wibsoiilvg, puinch'al.
This well-eaUbllnhed inititution has entered upen
iU xixt'i yonr under the lnQVtlat(eriug -mttpices.
Tho principal. Prof. WirschliiK. is a thorough Oor
mn and Kngtlih Kholar, and an experienced edu
cator., Pupil tbefifore can.ltavo.oxcellentilnstrue
tion In both the Ocrnan And Kngllhlan(ua(oii,
Tuition very low. ...
I'uiiila may b i entered at any timo .
CAKI'ENTEU AND BVILDEB
ciEA H T WELVHJ STREET,
BKTWBEN POPLAR 8TREKT ANl ABIUNOTON
r .f- 1
33 -vr o'xr'.y t Jfcx. lxx sr X'osli
IIAKOAINS FOR THE VWVLV'l )
broligft ohta ,"" th-r nVl t tockI'of- 9!olUiSHf
LHi'c uiiii Spleiidhl S'iock . '
Which pmbnwei crcry kind of
Fmhlonalilo Uenllemen'N M'car,
And ucli a $ tutted io nil clatie.
Tl.cy wojildaik.yrieial attcBtion jto-Jticlrtupply of
In win hlh"y profg toleadtho-'market' Alff'to
their . " ' J-s
Which embryo oil ntyle of ciolh, CKminen,
v Sl'2'm w M U v loyvu nu fa., t iuoj y j if
:i.oTiiix(i to oitnBit,
In die bet minner, and (nt!y fiuhionabic. Their
Gcnilcnicii's FiiriiiMliiiijr CJootU
In Aery coinp1U, including m.iny novclticn never l e
foie btoujfln to till market. ,
TWNKK, OK KVb'iiVSTYI.K. AMhIiS, CAItPET
."ured oftholr nbihtr to aell goodfrem their new
Mock, cheaper tnan over before, they rely on a di
criminating public to extend them tho pationaffo they
de.erve. nn.ll illf
"TTAXTED Alexander County Order, at 60 ct.
)V and City tt-rip at rent on the lollArrfor all
klndt of Lumber nnd HulMeni'Material.
iMllJdtf W. W. THORNTON.
WANTED. Thoo deinn;. board, bv day or
week, cm b nccommbdnted at Mr. Itolman'i
comer or ivventn street ami aihin;t"n avenue.
Tcrnu: 81 (J per week board J7 OJ prrweel:
boaTd and lodging. nul j Im
BOAKDINCJ. Fourgentlemencangctday board
inajirlvato family, at CI Ninth Mrect, third lnor
weit of Walnut. el3 St
jpROF. ED.'WITTIG, " 7
Lender o f
mTTKJ'S .STRING AND BRASS BAND
Can arcommoil.ite the public with the benfmuilo
for concert, bill., parties, parade, and lureeade,
on abort notice,
Lo'ton c'von on every intlrumcnt.
iu-nldencuon Vah!nton avenue, between Fourth
and Ktflliatrcet, Cairo, Illinois.;
N. D.' Mmlo furbiilU.elc., furnUlicJ, from oni to
eight men. Mindtf
LIAM W. THORNTON, -m
Wholeeale and Iletail Dealer in
JCm ix zxx To o x, Slxiu.1
Cedar Poata, Door, Hli, Ullnda and Wliw
. daw Ula.
;OMicc on Tenth .Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avenuef,
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS ...
AetkT roa ,
Raek Rirer Paner Cumnauv'x Shtalhiua Ftli
t fX "IT'T I W i i. It ' I
' f t it
. ' oiu a 77TT t
I!.-HT. John's -ItaproTcd RmIb
Atbesto Ceuteut alvray on hand
In Urge or amatl quantitie.
lt ACADEMIC KnglUhand aastlcal,
2d. SCIBNTIKIO Three year.
3d. COM.KrtlATE Konr Year. . .
Itli, COLLEOIATB AND THBO LOGICAL l ive
New and oontly btifldlnt: havo rucen'ly beeo crcct
I, with adinlraolo oacommoilatlona for a larse nuin
ir of student. Hoard in the College Hoarding HMI
AT THHBB POLLAIU A WEEK.
Tho entire expenao for Tuition, Hoard, Iloom Kent,
Fuel, etc., doe not exceed
&l0 A YEAR. j
"ITOTJJSfQr i XiikAJSXXIS
Pursue tho aamo courses-of study with tho )oung
men; and will receive the same uezreox when thny
gnbluate. Tlioy obtain board at rcuiouablo rute in
Tho next term wilt commence on tho
Fii'Nt .lluiultiy iii Septembor.
For further rnlWmalloh'adilrois Prof. 3 Hailey,
or Prof. It. II. Mlntoni at Curlinvillc, HI. ou3twJm
An cntiroiv now work thai baa been III uclivo nren
nrntioii for ovcr'thlrly year i'cordlnlly endorsed by
lcadinu clorevmen of t
Ullllie liriuuiiuii uuuumiii.iuuna
ror a ID page circular, Kitiux "" jrameuiw. !
ample page, and a uuplo of the elegant full paoo
jHurrAVlniru u itli whi'h i
o,il.u l. V. VRST. l'ublisher.
lllltt,T"IK Will ww .it n-tM.nvu
' Jy29w ln 8i W.' Fourth atroot, Cincinnati, O.
For a new domestic artlcla of great utility) meotan
uulvursal wantt sell at sight; no composition, bend
stamp for t-lrcular, LIIILBFIKLD it DAUB, No
ISO WiLsliiiwiton street, Uoston, Uou, . Wivtaf
SWBBT DVININE Thegenulno article ta be
(tad DarclayH. Quinine free from bittersese, and
yet containing all the virtues of common quinine.
1 1T ANTE D. A No. 1 sirl to do neneral house
Yf work. Inquire of V, T. Tarkar.iCQrsfet'.Xenvh
and Ohio Levee,
h o Levee. - i" tini
gAINT CIIAltLKS HOTEL,
. i- ir t-. .
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
The oribj FIRST.CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
Is now In lhomoit unexceptionable ordet for ruotts,
Tho pant Summer.
Torxus, $3 OO Pox JOa.y
UB80B0 Carried to and from' t lie Hotel
free of Charge. r
Day Hoard, Twenty-Fife Dolltrs per n:,nth
JEIVETJ; WILCOX k CO.,
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNG
.4 CADEMY OF THE SLSTEIW
ii. , , THE LOHE1TO.
t CAIItO, - . . ILLINOIS.
Tlil InxtlMitlon wiw rontiilod In
nnd ChnrtcriMl liy the Htntm or
' Illinois In 1103, -
- . " ' TERMS:
Hoard and Tuition, includlnirbedand bAddlrir.
.wiulitng.and..atatiouurr, -iwr Urin. of tho
.iui", (isnoin)?, painting and tho IanMagus, cxtrj
hor further Information npph- to tho
ugl7d2m MOTHBIt aUPEIlIOn.
QARL L. 'THOMAS,"
SIGX'AXD 0HXA3IEXTAL I'AIXTER,
Slioji In the iM.etnent of th lly National Hin
Liul-iui0'p t.i nu. L-vce,
., RROOil FACTORY.
gJAIRO BROOM, MANUFACTORY.
W. F JI'KEE & H 11 OTHER.
Having perfected their arrangement for the manufac
ture of Hroom. in till city, ;nre now prepared tr fl 1
orders nt as
A the samcqualitlesof brocmicaalw purchased any
where. ft '
Order left at tho store ofO. D. Wllllamton.M 01. e
Hstnafactnrjr, Fourteen tti street, between
talnut nnd Cednrf
Will bo promptly attended to. 1
.Ordsrs.by mall liouM be addrued to
V. U. lluxc 4.11,
iu-ptltf Cairo. Illlnoi.
JpOR EA5TPORT AND WATERLOO
HKGCLAIt TIIimSDAV PACKET.
Tho llsht dr.Miglit steamer ALPHA,
T. O. ItVMAN.Iastcr. W. K. 1IYKIU
eavo for the nhoto and ail Intermcdlat
itivBit, r.vnnv thutisday even.
The Alpha oonnecti. closely at Dunvillo with train
for Clarksvllle, Howling Oreen ami Louisville, oa4
at Johnsonville with truiu for Nanhrillo.
Keturnlnit sho connects nt Cairo with steamer and
train fur all points. aul3tf
QAIRO AND PADUCAH
The light draught pakienger Steamer
WJI. WHITE, t
R. T. NOltTilKKN...,..M...........'...MaitJr
J. V. llEVBULYu., -,v-......-...-...... Clerk
Wit. make rcgitW D.MLY.TK1PS between Cairo and
Faducah, leaTiar Cairo, every eveultig (biiudu) ex
cepted) at the o'clock.'. . r ' ' p. . (
The Whitoeonnett at4'adifcahwit ithoNew Orlenm
and Ohio railfoiwi, and the Cumberland and Tcnncsse
river paokcUi. ' t .
Ferfrolgtit or paai;eani4voulxMird,(ir to
& ' , if. J. llUCKLEY, Agent,
lant3da"J Cairo. Jllinol.
jg SMYTH ii CO.,
U IIOLKS AI.K (J1IOCJKICN,
OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SVltUPS,
Molaeses, Tobacco, Cigars,
Lsh, Caudles, Woodenwarf, Ylllow'iYar
XTsvllssv Oils, 3Piiixxtft,
VARNISHES, li RUSHES,
WlndoH-CJiUMs, Putty, Xinic,
Cement, PlasUr-Purix, Qunpocder
Old Rye, Monongnhcla aud Dourboa
Iioad and (Bxiot.
Also keeps cbuiUutly on hand a moit compl
SCOICHVAND IRISH 1V1IISKV, (LN
PtVrtMadelfa, Hliert y and Catawlia
jp W . uo, soiNT foa , is
J, RIED &CQ S CELEBRATED WHEEL
Wjg' INO ALE. ' 7
Wo seiiexciiisivelv lorCASlI, to which wa'inTUetbs
attention of close cash buyer.
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