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THE DAILY BULLETIN
()ffio; Bulletin BaLMDiR, Wtuiungton Avenue
BNTBHKD AT TUG POET omCB IN CAIRO, n.
MN0I8, AS BSOOKD CLAH8 MATTER.
OFKIuiAL PAPER OF CITT AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Ntir In thin column, eltilit cents per Hub for
BrBtmiJ iIvm cents par una rn suiqueui msor
lion. Kor uii week, ileum, per line, tot oue
month, M cent pur Uuo.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. Dellaun's, 5fl Ohio levee.
Use Tub C.viho Billktis perforated
ecratcli-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally (rood for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the ollice. No. 2 and
3. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
at PeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Masquerade suits for ladies and gentle
men are for rent at Mrs. 8. Williamson's,
on Seventh street. Suits can be seen at any
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. DelJaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for ealo at the Cairo Bulletin
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBauu's, 50 Ohio levee.
Oysters and Fish.
I am daily receiving fresh Mobile oysters
n bulk, for sale, by the dozen or hundred.
Especial attention is called to my daily re
ceipts of fresh lied Snapper and other gulf
and game, fish. Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. Jacob Klee.
Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
ESimpsox, 31. D., of Hudson, N Y., writes:
I have used Fellow's fcyrup of
Ilypophosphites in casss of Consumption
and other Luna snd Throat diseases, with
the most gratifying results. Of the various
forms of administering Phosphorus and
Phoephatic preparations in use, none have
been found so completely adapted to the
requirements of the age as Fellow's Com
pound Syrup of Ilypophosphites.
To buyers of Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren's shoes ; I have decided to close out
the above line of goods ht cost, and
less, and carry a large stock oi Men's, Boy's
and Youth's only. So call and get your
own prices. They must be s ild to make
room for spring goods in Men's Boy's and
Youth's flue boots and shoes. II. Bloc k,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenue. tf.
Ou Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for !J0 days to joung men
and other persons afllicted with Nervous
Debility, Loht Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speed v relief ami complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rlieuma
' tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, aud many other
diseases. Illustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
A Popular Touic
FUK WEAR LINOS AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, (kilda, Soie Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, has ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Rye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and tcstimonals from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing enacts, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having i
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are alllicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of there
lief to bo secured by the useol'Tolu, Rock
ami llye. Chicago Times.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcan In these cninmnt, ten eenti per line,
vcu inaurvioD. jnaraea "
Mobile shell oysters at Harry Walker's
lunch counter. it
Wc cip'xt to give a full account in
Sundays issue, of costumes etc, worn at the
paper sociable on Thursday night.
Mr. Thomas Joy, of the Carmi Times
denies that lie lias any legislative aspira
! The tri d of sergeant Mason, for at
, tempting the life of Guitcau, will com
mence in Washington next Monday.
The pay car came in at Bird's Point on
the Iron Mounain road yesterday afternoon,
and distributed money among the employes
of the road there.
Not over a hundred spectators attended
the sparring exhibition given in Cleveland
Ly Sullivan, Wednesday evening, and Uio
police made uo attempt to interfere.
' , Mm. Scovillels aaid to have written a
' letter to Mr. Garfield, which is one fer
vent appeal for the Utter'e forgiveness of
Gulteau'i crime against her h unhand.
THE DAILY CAIRO
There were no criminal cases in the
city courts yesterday,
The temperance masquerade ball camo
off at Reform ball last night. .It was an
imposing affair, and will receive further
WicklilTo is to have a public school. A
mass meeting of citizens was held a few
days ago, at which it was resolved to cstab
tish one. God speed tho undertaking.
A report was circulated, botli yesterday
And the day before, that tho 1 1th Btreet
sewer had burstcd, and was emitting largo
volumes of water and mud. There wus
ground whatever for the report.
Mr. II. Biiiikman, formerly oyster
opeuer at the European restaurant of Mr.
Louis Herbert, is now with Mr. Hurry
Walker in tho same capacity. Ho is an ex
peit in tho business.
Lost: A twenty dollar bill near stone
depot or on Commercial avenuo. Finder
may retain half if he will return remainder
to Charles D. Young, Washington avenue,
between Seventh and Eight streets.
Mr. A. J. Reese, of Cobden, has
bought out the saloon of Mr. Frohma,
at the corner of Fourteenth street and
Washington avenue, and has taken charge
of it. The experienced bar keeper, John
Ii'jecher, is behind tho counter.
Hon. John C. New, the newly appointed
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, is an
experienced and successful banker, and du
ring Ge&. Grant's last term filled the posi
tion of Treasurer of the United States. His
fitLess for the position is unquestionable.
Geo. S. McGrew, with Geo. D.
Bernard & Co., St. Louis will be at ' The
Halliday" on Saturday and Monday, Feb.
6th and 20th. If you need any blank books
or Lithographing notify him by telephone
or otherwise and he will take pleasure in
calling on you. 5t.
Our patrons will please remember that
our forms, during the present disarrange
ment of our machinery, will have to close
before midnight, some two hours or more
earlier than usual, and their advertising
favors should bo handed in at the earliest
A switchman on the Iron Mountain
road at Bird's Poiut, Mo., named Frank
Williams, had an arm caught between two
car bumpers on Thursday night, and mash
ed to a jelly near the elbow. He was taken
to Charleston for surgical treatment. lie
will probably lxie his arm above 1 he
The ladies of the Episcopal church
were the recipients ,a few days ago, of a
valuable and timely gift from Mr. Tom
Home. It is a brass standard for holding
the articles of fancy work displayed in the
church show case in the parlor hall of the
Halliday. Mr. Home's gift is greatly ap
preciated not only for its use and value,
but for the thoughtfulness, which prompted
Attorney-General McCartney has deci
ded that tho recent law requiring annual
published statement of receiptsand disburse
ments applies, in counties not under town
ship organization, to school treasurers only.
School treasurers should state in detail items
paid to each person and for what. The
state school superintendent lias decided that
this publication must be made after the
April meeting of tho trustees of schools,
that being the close of tlio fiscal year.
Officers of this class in Gallatin county wi',1
please bear theso facts in mind.
The rain of day before yesterday had a
somewhat demoralizing effect upon the
schools many of the children not appear
ing in their seats. But the poor little boys
and girls were not to be blamed; they had
waited long and anxiously for a termina
tion of the parching drouth and they could
not resistthetemptation of enjoying the cool
shower to its fullest extent. They might
have been seen upon the streets in crowds,
with umbrellas down, hats off and lighting
for places under the edge of awnings, where
the drippings were heaviist.
-Look out for the largest display of fine
fresh meats in the city, at Fred Koehler's
butcher shop, on the south side of Eighth
street, to-day and to-night. Ho has gone
to great pains to hunt up, and to much
expense to procure, the best stock in the
St. L'mis markets, t.nd which
tho country afforded, and he
has secured it. Fred Koehler
never makes a mibtuko in the selection of
his stock, aud he never brags on anything
unless it is cood. Go to his shop to-day,
and you will see a display of beef, pork,
veul and mutton, such as you seldom be
hold, and which it will make your mouth
water and your money burn like fire, in
your bawls to look upon. It
The now curtain of the opera house is
now in position, having been hung by Mr
M. R. Kuhno Thursday ami tho day before
It will bo an additional attraction at the
opera house at tho next performance which
is not far off. It represents tho United
States of America, showing the outlines of
all the states ard territories, tho lakes
mountains and rivers; chief among tho
latter being tho Mississippi, Ohio and Mis
Bouri. Cairo is given a prom
incut piace ana can be seen
from any part of tho house. The whole is
in tho form of a great painting, enclosed by
a having, ornamental black walnut frame
covering nearly the entire curtain, aud
heavy in the centre below aphto inscribed
"Our country." The curtain proper is
forty three feet wide and about thirty-five
teet high, is composed of heavy canvas and
line ttie trout curtain, it slides instead
of rolls up and down.
BULLETIN: ' SATURDAY
Here we are 1 50 different styles of la
dies neck wear, the very latest, just re
ceived at J. Burger's, 124 Commercial
Mr. Paddy Ryan's jaw was not brokeu,
if wo may judge from the activity with
which ho was wagging it in attempts to ex
plain Ids defeat. His explanation, how
over, havo not been satisfactory to his
friends and backers in the east, who are not
inclined to see a special providence in tho
fall of a sparrer on whom they havo laid
Mr. Springer's bill defining tho law of
insanity in criminal cases, provides that no
person indicted in the United States courts
shall bo acquitted on the ground of insan
ity, idiocy, lunacy or other unsoundness of
mind, except, upon proof that lit tho time
of committing the oll'ensu ho was laboring
under such defect of reason as either to not
know the nature and quality of the act lie
was doing, or not know it was unlawful or
wrong. A morbid propensity to commit
prohibited acts existing in the mind of a
person w ho is not shown to havo been in
capable of knowing the unlawfulness or
wrongfulness of such nets, shall form no
defense to the prosecution therefor. If,
upon trial of such cases, the jury shall find
the defendant not guilty by reason of in
sanity, the court shall order him committed
to the insane asylum uutil discharged in
due course of law.
' A petition is about to be circulated,
asking that the city council repeal the or
dinance establishing toe present tire limits
and appoint a committee or board, which
shall have supervision over the erection of
buildings in certain districts of the city.
Tho petition is likely to be numerously
signed, as the feeling ugainst the ordinance
establishing the existing fire limits is very
general and strong. The BfLLtriN pro
tested against it at the time it was passed,
and has, from time to time, urged the im
portance of having tne fire limits contract
ed, and the quality of buildings to bo erect
ed, regulated w ith respect to their intended
location. The Biixehn believes, now as
it always did, that there are certain blocks
within the fire limits, which ought not to
have been so enclosed because they are
compr.rartively little improved, aud that
thereare others containing vacant lots,
owned by not overwealthy citizens who
could and would erect substantial, credita
ble frime buildings thereon if they were
permitted to do so. The council w ill doubt
less give the matter duo attention aud take
'such action as vri.il, to some extent, modify
tha existing fire limits ordinance as d sired.
A firm at Fondu Lac, Wis., furnishes a
large amount of vaccine matter for phys
icians in different parts of the country. This
firm leases heifers from the farmer in the
surrounding country, inoculates them with
tho vims, and when tl'c pustules fill they
remove the matter from these on the udder,
and after diluting it prepare it for shipment
as follows: Small pieces of ivory are sim
ilar substance, about the size and shape of
steel oens. dipped in a virus, allowed to
drv. and aL'ain dinned and dried. These
are then done up singly in some substance
to exclude the light aud covered with oiled
lilk, they are ready for shipment. They
must be kept excluded from the light and
air and above the freezing point until used,
when they ure taken from their covering,
moistened aad scraped, and the virus
placed upon the abraded llesh of the arm of
the person to be v iccinuted and allowed to
dry. There is no danger of contracting
any disease, ns there might bo if the matter
used were taken from the arm of some pa
tient, as used to be tho practice. Many
thousand of these tablets are daily shipped
by the Fond du Lac firm.
Be sure to call and examine J. Burger's
neckwear. There never lias been in this
city before, such a Mother Hubbard,
Oscar Wilde, Saratoga, Col.; Sarah Bern
hardt, Antaganal, Col.; Mare.ta, &c, differ
ent styles. It.
-Says Grandmother Argus: "To the
impartial observer it must seem as though
a faction in this city was disposed to im
pose upon the Cairo & St. Louis . R. R.
They donate bonds by the hundred thou
sand to the C. & V. road, and give it pos
session, for its entire length of the best
business street in the city. They have no
complaints to make of thai road Mid are
ever ready to stand up for its interests.
But they are always looking around for
stones to throw at die narrow guage, which
is more of tho nature of a local road to
Cairo than any other, and better serves its
interests." And then shegoes off in a recita
tion of tho many good qualities of the narrow
gauge road, all of which is true. But does
it not also ''seem to an impartial j observer
as though a faction in this city was de
posed to impose upon" tho City of Cairo
tho very foolish rule, that, because the city
has been imposed upon by the Cairo and
Vinconncs road, which imposition has been
ratified and riveted, by a decree of tho
court, so that the city can not help herself,
that therefore the city should also allow
herself to be imposed upon by the Cairo
and St. Louis rood, when she can avoid it?
Are the effects of one imposition nullified
by those ol another! Does ouo imposi
tion justify Hiiothetl Are impositions by
railroad corporations upon communities
such good things that Cairo (isn't get
enough of them! That tho narrow guago
road has been of great benefit to tho city
in a commercial sense is admitted, but it
liny be safely said that all the benefits tho
citizens of Cairo havo derived from tho
ro.td so far in this way, have been nulli-
fled by tho coihpany in another way. But
iii the future fho little narrow gauge will
bo a great benefit to tho city, thanks, in
part, to the action of the council's joint
committee. It will come in on n new
right of way outside of the city's now
levee, obtained from the property company
in lieu of its right of way insido of tho
levee; or, if it conies into the city inside
of the city's levee, it will conform
to certain conditions, established by lio
city council, from which the city at largo
will derive a lasting benefit.
A mm), a negro, named Lacy Hamilton, ,
was arrested by Otlicer Mahanny on Thurs
day for stealing a shirt, of the value of two
dollars, from a business inan'naniod C'olm,
on Chio levee, and then attempting1 to sell
it. He vas brought before Magistrate
Comings and held to bail in the sum of
one hundred dollars to appear for trial
in a higher couit. Ho whs
taken to the county jail in 'default ol
payment of bail.
The result of tho conference between
Col. Hamilton, of the St. Louis and Cairo
railroad company, und the council commit
tee Thursday morning, was tho subject of
some- comment on tho streets of the city
yesterday. Those who were able to con
sider the subject fairly from a standpoint
of public interest only, without reference
to what the results to private interests
would be express themselves well pleased
with the result, because they are satisfied
that a second levee, outside the city's new
levee, would be a benefit. Some others,
who have unfortunately gotten into the
habit of opposing or favoring every great
dublic improvement, or all attempts at it,
as such improvement benefits or injures
certain individual interests, are not so well
satisfied with the council committee's propo
sition. They totally ignore tho fact that
nothing w hich the committee has done so
tar has tended in the least to keep the nar
row gauge out of the city, but that it has
been kept out by high water only. They
ignore the fact that a double levee would
be a desirable thing und a great benefit to
the city at large, and would have had the
committee say to Col. Hamilton: "We will
withdraw the injunction Col.; we are sorry
that we made such asses of ourselves and
wc beg your pardon. It is true, your com
pany, uuder its old organization, induced
the people t subscribe oue hundred thou
sand dollars, with the understanding that
they were to have a standard guage road
w ithin a certain time, and then gave them
a narrow guage road within five years af
ter that time had expired; it is true, your
company, .under its old organization, Jil
agree to keep up the Mississippi levee, and
it did allow said levee to fall into the river,
promising up to the last day, to send down
construction trains to have it repaired, and
although your present company is the same
as the old erne, having only changed its
name, tho company is, in equity, if not in
law, responsible for all the damage result
ing to the city in consequence of its faiiute
to keep its contract; it is true, your com
pany, the company which you now repre
sent, the new oraniztti n did, be a trick
swindle the city out of her hundred thou
sand dollar stock in thu railroad, ami did
swindle her out of twenty per cent, cou
pons to the tune of twenty thousand dol
lars, to pay which, the railroad propel ty
was expresely sold; it is true, your com
pany is even now swindling a'.l its "small"
bond holders out of their interest in the
road, and has already, in this way put six
hundred and fifty thousand dollars into the
pockets of the "big" bond holders in Am
sterdam, Holland; it is true your, company,
under its old as well as under its present fir
organization, took advantage and swindle
whenever it could, without even a passing
thought of honesty or right, sparing neither
the widow and her orphans in the country,
nor the wealthy incorporatoied city. All
this is true and stares us in the face from
the records of the past, but we will ignore
it all, we will close ur eyes to tho record,
we will look upon your company as upon
an angel ot light, of honor and of immac
ulato purity; and upon ourselves as culprits,
who have persecuted a weak, but sctupu
lously honest little band of foreign specu
latins, poor follows, who are compelled,
through shear povrty, to live in palacial
residences and who cut their bread in tho
sweat of their brow while laboriou ly count
ing over the millions they made by their
little transactions in this country. Your
company, Col. Hamilton, has smitten us on
both cheeks, which would, according to
holy writ, entitle u to a chanco at your
company's cheek (which is monumental, by
the way), but lo show that wo are humble
and that we deeply deplore our weakness
in giving way to a momentary manly im
pulse, which lead us to protect our own in
teract by filing an ii junction against your
company to show you tins, wo hero and
now, as the representatives of tho city, turn
mut backs toward yon, part our coat Ui in
the tn'ddle and beg of you, Col. Hamilton
us the representative of the Cairo and St
Louis Mad, to kick us kick us hard, kick
our representative posteriors with your ro
presentativo boot and tho harder you kick
us tho humbler wo will bo und the more
conscious will wo becomo of tho greatness
of our transgressions, and the less liable
will we lie ot ever again entertaining
thought of self interest and uelf-premti'va-
tiott in connection with your road." This
in effect, uro the comments upon tho coiin
ell committee's actions of those few, poor,
deluded, men, represented by Graudmolhe
AriUH. And since the committee had too
much manhood to act ns fawning sycho
phants toward a company which lias at
every opportunity so deeply wrouged us,
ami took advuutago of tho first oppor
tunity to gain partial reimbursement for
the lossr9 sustained, these men and their
simple, rheumatic, toothless old mouth
piece, are rending their night garments in
anger. But Time, the great rovelator,
will soon reveal to them tho injustice and
the uselessness of their anger.
The cases of tho three negroes, Joseph
Morton, Samuel Anderson und John Hol
land, who stole a large quantity of goods
from tho Halliday & Phillips wharf boat
and from Captain C. W. Bradley, some
time ago, were called the first thing yester
day morning. It was expected that An-
lerson would plead guilty, as he had prom
ised to do, but ho did not. Joseph Morton
and John Holland consented to bo tried to
gether, but Samuel Anderson will havo a
separate trial as his oll'ense is much tho
more serious. Tho selection of a jury and
the taking of testimony occupied all the
forencon, after which tho argument was
icgun by States Attorney Damron for the
prosecution, and Mr. I). T. Linegar for the
lefense. The case was given to the jury
about six o'clock, after some deliberation,
avirdict of guilty was found against Mor
ton and Holland and punishment placed
three years in the penitentiary.
Anderson will be tried to-day
The two cattle thieves McDonald and
Haisless, who plead guilty the day before,
were sentenced to two years each in the
A large number of witnesses, including
ing twenty Indians, have arrived at Dead-
wood to appear on the trial of Crow Dog
for killing Spotted Tail.
The managers of the Boston and Maine
road have detailed to a legislative com
mute their plan of entering Boston on
elevated tracks at a co.t of nearly $2,000,
000. No opposition was manifested.
The steamship Bahama was lost last
Friday on her Hp from Porto Rico to New
York.' Twenty-five persons were drowned,
and thirteen escaped in a small heat and
were picked up and brought to New York
by the Glenmorag.
The report of the commission on thecat-
ie plague, which was sent to the senate by
the secretary of the treasury, shows that no
lung disease exists in the western centers
of live stock trafic. Four Dutch cows im
ported into Massachusetts brought a plague
at a cost of $77,000.
By the aidof the Tammany senators, the
lieutenant governor oi New lork was
given the appointment of committees, and
the houe w3 organized by the elet tion of
Johnson, republican, as cb rk.
Charles Stundford has been nominated
by the republicans for 'the New York sen
ate, to till the vacancy caused by the death
of Webster Wagner in the Spuvten Dujvil
Ex President Woolsey, ,f Yale college,
who has just passed his KOth year, was
presented by sixty professors with a gold
medal, in recognition of faithful service tor
half a century.
In Edinburgh Wednesday Imixos contain
ing infernal machines were delivered at two
places, and eight persons were injured by
the explosion. A mason named Castello
has been arrested for the outrages.
Since the decision of the New York
courts against the immigrant bead money
law, the steamship companies have with
drawn their offer to pay fifty con's for each
passenger landed, and the commissioners of
Castle Garden are left without adequate
sunds to support the immigrant institutions.
The wholesale fish house ol Joel II. Dix,
of Chicago, which was established thirty
years ago, was closed by the sheriff on a
judgment note held by the First National
bank. Otherexecutions having been sworn
out, Mr. Dix filed an assignment to E. E.
Bromilow, to cover liabilities of $28,802.08.
LIHT OK I.KTTEKS llKM.WXI.NG INCAM.Kl)
KOIl IN TIIK rosToKFICK AT CAIliO, IM,.,
8ATUIUUY, KKH. 18, 1882.
Rancoin, Kisia ,
Rice, Sophia E
Roreii, L J
Oornt, Racb d
Tibhs, Louisa Jane
Askew, Crit Akens, John
Armstrong, N L- 3 Rradley, S
Ruekner, Jas II
P.irgc, .1 W
Oarrwtt. J V
Oieston, K thy
Henry, W M
Hall, Orint Col.
Lord, J 1)
Moser, J F
Payne, I) O
Kviror. N V
Reynolds, F 0
Hell, J W
Coleman, C N
Earle, Ed 11
Orcen, James A
Ham al ton, Mat
Smith, O W
Weinent, C A William, Oeo W
Williams, Henry Wnnn, W II
Worker, WM Win, M in
Yarber, E M.
Persons calling for the above mentioned
Hill please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKeaio, Postmaster.
A druggiht in New Richmond, O., Mr. E.
J. Dunham, writes lis tho following: "I con
sider Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup one of tho very
best things made. I use it altogether jn my
own family aud can therefore rule it.
15 1 1. LIST DOUX.
J''. Ivorsmoypr, Vynufuctarur.
ciiablis r. rsownn.
mo. t. lunexe.
BOWER & I5ARI5EK,
l'UOI'KIETOKS OK HKHIl EUT'S
Hotel and Kestaunint,
City National J Sank,
;f"Swcial HtUfjitloh Riven to Hit- Ht Munriuit Dv
(jiirtmeni, wlilcn will l- ni iHt il wish r-Hitltuore
mid Mubili- IIHit, nnii 1! klfiuDu! tome ami fifth
In their et-n-OQ. Sklilt.d c. ol. - imtl waitw em
(iloycd. Ilnr MorloM with thv brut hri it of Ketitucky
hii-kit', slid ill otht-r ftr-t c ;w l iquor, ee.-sr
ttc. Sclt.t i Milwaukee ll.i.r mi drHiitil. tf.
CAPTAIN B P.CTKTIS
If as otarted Mi
At IIHly;-B X'iirk.
Capacity 20.000 Per Dav
Aiid l Pr-'art:il ti fill all orrtem promptly.
.r A M KS CI I K.N 10 V, A (tout.
Corner EUliU-' iith n 1 I'oplar Sireeu.
COAL, V.'OOU Il'K.
M. WA H 13,
1EAI tK IN
WOOD, COAL and ICE,
1) the Tim or Car Load, di-llvt-rt il In any pari of the
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
Iff L.'-iVrt onl ,-rn at my Wood and Con! Office,
. M. BAXTER it CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
Zincs, and Colors,
No. 52 Pearl St reet,
Our Llaald Taints aro ready forlinmetll.it o'on
fipt-nin it the pai knu'-'i. no oil, aiirit of turpcutiue
or dryera tit-lntf required,
l'tiriiy. We inmranteti their abnol-ite pnrlty ami
their freedom Irmn tmryteH, ;luv, alkali, water,
hetiisine, atmp and other artlclea whlel) aru ueed to
adulterate liquid pulutit.
Coveting Capacity. i ney wei.'ti llltec-i lo alx
teen pounds to the xallon, and will cover hettur
aud more eurl'ace than any chetnleul phiutH or thoru
contuiiiiiit; harylut or clay, as Iheee add weight
reritiHtieiicv or t;oior rcai car': nan neon iukci)
In Mileetinx color for tinting, and w ut- oulv pi r
niHiient color, consequently our tints do mil' fade.
Convenience Any onu who ciin tine, a Pulnt.
lirunh can apply tliewj paints, and li-ilni; ready for
urn-, tDuro r no vtaaiii or exenm" nr material, as is
tho ease often when lead, oil and turpentine have
to ne purchased- The color can iilwitys he exactly
matched and there is n iieceHlty of havlne two or
three hvle ou the tumtt bulldlne. as is often thu
cane wheu lints lire tnadu experimentally.
uur riiro Liquid rami are put up in emtiii cans
from 1 to A lh , and also liy thu khIioii, In psekaKes
fiom cans of 1, j, li and !t khIIh., to kupl of 1U, 15
and 'iR kuiIh., mid libls. oHokuIIh.
Sample ''wi.an-l "i'cu Lists mailed to any ad.
JlIU AND COJ'.MINSJON.
Jf ATjLIOAY TVROTIIKRS,
( loramission Merehaii is,
FLOUR. IIRAIN AND HAY
Hlsrhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat. . '