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irBm'aorncs, Cairo, I
April S, Mill p.m., I
WIsmI ft. W. ' Velocity. 1" mtUiytr hour,
r!2 it 5i hour.
tanpermtur lor the last 84 boon,
i.i rr lut 34 hour. S
MDVT Ol Bill"
Otosrrer Sunal arrlM, U. 3. A.
TO 8ICDBK THB IMBKRTIOX OF AK AS-
xoracrtflcxr ix .Tiie Biixki.v the i-udm-cation
rt must, b iah wnr.-v thk
Axxoujtcwnerr is handed ix. Tiii nui.n
Whi. STRICTLY ADIIBRKb Tt. CITY
orriCK f3; ward offickrs, 2.
Fon crrv clkrk.
We we authorizes! to autiotincc Micharl
J, Uowlcy as a candidate, for rr-clrrtlnn to
ifaeoMceof City Clerk, at the approarhlnir
Editor Uci-lktin : You will j.le ao aw
nounce that I am a candidate fur tlic office
of dty clerk at tbe ciiuli) charter election.
4 JTOR CITY TRKA8CIlF.lt;
Ya are authorized to announce II. K,
Blake candidate for the office of cily
Trraiurer,at the earning municipal election,
Miu Editor: Ur reiuct of a number of
eltltena please announce inr name a a can
didate for the offlcc oruty J rea-urcr at tnc
tnsulig charter election.
"Wood Kitten iiotyK.
rit CITY attorney.
AVe are authorlred to announce that II
Watson Webb it a candidate for re-election
to the office of city attorney at the riiulng
Ma. Kditob: By request of many
cltiisns, plans announce me as a candi
date for the office of City Attorney, at
tbe earning charter election.
Harmon' II. Black,
for aldirma.v tiiiiid ward.
We are authorized to announce "W. 1.
Wright, u a candidate for Alderman lor the
Third Ward at the ensuing charter election.
KOOMS TO KENT.
Ia Wilcox block, Washington avenue,
at the lowest figures. 10 1-3-tf.
, HoasMAXX Hoos. Notice n hereby
gtva tkat on and after this dato, all boriea
and bogt found running at largo will be
taken up and placed in tho pound, and
delt with according to tho provisions of
tbe;ordinancei. Wu. McIIalk,
Qo to O. W. Henderson g, 100 Com-
mercial Avenue, for the celebrated "Char
Ur.Oak," "May Slower," or other cooking
tovea,tiB aad hollow ware, water coolers,
batbtubi, ate., etc. If you want the best
wooittovee, buy tbe "Charter Oak"; the
beet coal stove, buy the "May Flower."
JTOK KKXT. The brick houso situated
comer Third street and Commercial ave
nue. The house ha been put in good re
pair throughout and is well arrangod for
a noMi or Doaming iiouse, also rooms to
rest on Third street. Inquire of Wm.
McHale, No. C, Winter's block.
Miak Waoox. I will commence run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
February I will continuo it all sum
mar, and respectfully -elicit your patron
age. Milk will bo delivered to any. ono
in tbe city, dallymorning and evening.
Order mar be given to tbe driver of tbe
wagen or left at y ico stand, No 81 Ohio
iSa.ai.tf Qt0Haz Yocuu-
W. Ehlers wishes to inform tho pul -lie
that he bas just receive-i a large ltock
of imported French calf and Murm.
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Cinon
nati, direct importer, and he can thote
fore warrant ali hi work to bo of not only
the beat manufacture, but of tho very
bee material. Any ono who desire floe
Boot, Shoes or Gaiters will find it to
their interest to call on Mr. Kbler at hi
hop, 20th street, and examine hla tock
and styles before ordering elsewhere.
Thi barber shop is uu tbo corner ol
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
where J. George Stienhouse with bis gen.
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of the day or night, readv to soothe
year feeling, -.ut, a .mooth sbaTe. or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
Poo. Hi a 6rstlass shop, and you are
Wie!'f.BrSTMg P0,1"' foment,
ijadle and children', ba r cut or curld
JUr tho mot approved style.! e-ll-tf
k.r""11, 8wanJ,!r ""'just DIM
.' . t..!,la w,,h a ""o 'ock of
mwunery and all kinds of f.ncv
goods and notions.
mu onneu surp... anything ever
brought to Cairo; the young ti.d tu. old
lady, the bride and the widow will tlnd
MOBg them Just what she wanU in the
way of abator bonnet. Mrs. Swander
mma uroiucoi a beautiful assortment of
nowersana trimmings, ,uh ribbons, col
Uw, uadenleove, etc., etc. Tbe ladle
are especially invited to call and examine
ttoeds and price. All goods marked in
PUlB tm. K-U-lm.
Tw Batteries of two Boiler., each jm
bg 42 lnch Drftai 2 M ,och yiuM
withlrafNnta. Mud and Bteam drum,
and Mud valves, Chimney and
U conopJt and in flr.t-cla..
rtt been used only three month. F0
! bVtoet J. T. Kekxik, '
Vulcan Iron Work.
BOBd-haad clothing, watches, Jowelry,
kXstoU, 4c., bought and sold . Also a lot
iure, us., for tale.
Lltttf 3-27-tf M. Coykk
All Jpfpou iadebUd to fc'amucl M. Orr
Hwpir !' pwdy payment to
MJdwHied, aad thus save exponet
M Ik ooUeotloH of bis aaiets uuit be
frestaj4wUi odmit of no delay. in
wsasysMSilH once, suit will be
)9t ianuel M. Urr. nnir..,L.
Oaim, Ilia., March 2C, 1871.
278 3-J7.tr. j
fnraebodr to take from u a thousand hill
head, good paper
One lhnuand statement printed at Tiik
Bum.ktix otllcp lor .riO. .
One thousand note hcad prln'cd at TUB
IitauuiN office for f 4.00; two thousand lor
One thoufaiul business card, line Bristol
board, printed at Tiik Bulletin nillce tor
from $2-0 to tfl OU, according to elzc.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Saturday, apbil n, mi.
Ohio Arri.cs. .1. B. PbiUis Son
haro 160 barroli of choice Ohio npptes
coming, and are to nrrlvo in a day or two.
Look oul for them. Ml M0.lt.
Tkstii Strkst. The condition of
Tenth street, between Washington hvo-
nuo and Cedar street it, to put it mildly,
bad. With difficulty thn bottom can le
found in the shallowest placet.
The Time Merchant! who wish job
printing cardi, bill hadi, poster?, billi
of lading any kind of printing, should
avail themselves of tbo opportunity now
presented. We aro doing job printing at
coit pricei. TMi it a fact.
ScxdaY NioilT. Tbo iilberal I'.oliz-
iom Allocation will bo nddrcied ty
Mn. 1. A. Follows, at Cailno Hall, Sun-
Jay erenlng, April 1 2lb at 7 o'clock. The
public aro cordially inrired. Admittance
The laro:est stock of bird cage, toi
let sets, water coolers, lath tubs and a
general stock ol tinware store ever of
fered in Cairo may bo found, cheaper than
tho cheapest, at C. Vi. Henderson's, No.
190 Commercial avenue 1133 3-H-lta.
Mb. Kuuuold I prep. red to iileach
and I'RESs hats and bonnets in tho most
approved stylo, and in a manner to give
entire a tit diction. Call at her residence
on Fifteenth street between Walnut and
Cedar. 'J30 3-15-tf
SEitENAltr. Klrt Clark, Charlie Hardy,
Geo. llonard, Louis Uross, JaiuIj llceger,
Adolph bwoboda, Jas. Cbeenoy nnd
Cbarlio Delay, will accept our thanks for
tho aoronado given us latt night. Co mo
Kcjccteii. We must retuso to publish
the noto of Mr. Joshua .luhnson. It Is
too personal. Wo cannot porrait a corrcs
pondentef Tiik UuLLKTixtocallany per
on either an apoor anasi. Such language
is highly improper altcgethor unparlia
mentary. Wo object.
Oi.oixd. The rivor having "swelled"
until It covored tho mouth of the sewers
they were closed yesterday. 'Galligan did
it; with hi own little hands, he closed the
sewor. We hope ho may soon open thern
again. We want but little water in our
town, nor want that little long.
Uase Hall. Member ot tbo Nemo
bate ball club aro reauestod to attend a
meeting to bo held at l'hll Howard's
office, Ohio loveo, on Wednesday, April
15, at :30 o'clock, p. m., sharp. Mr.
Howard requests us to date that all morn-
bert who mean business will be on hand.
Deceived. The Arabs were ringing
for a meeting yesterday afternoon. One
of the Deltas mistook tho sound of tho
jell for a fire alarm and rang the bell of
his company. Tho Deltas rallied prompt
ly and dragged their machine out of tho
house but found no firo. They were much
put out, if a Are wasn't.
UxuBATtFiL. Ike bas boon sending
document to D. L. and not to us. Tbo
ungrateful wretch I No wonder ho
bouyed tbe Ohio with watch dogs, and
used curs for beacon lights I A congrois
man who would thus nogloct bis princi
pal constituent would do worse than that
and brag about it ! Wo are almost angry !
Tun 6i.iiLr.ii no ek Coxcekt. Wo are
pleased to say that tbo Schlesinger bane-
flt was a sucef In every particular. Tho
houso was well filled, and the singing was
really oxcellont. Mrs. I.ansden and Mrs.
Schlesinger wore both encored several
tlnioi, and tbe Concordia received fro-
n,uent and loud applause.
I'mry. The man, l'orry Powers, Is in
corrigible. Ho his added to his liverv
stable, which has grown from a horse . tail
i.d LtldU, t U rv,lo concern, lion
Oroen' band, a green band, and has em
ployed a scientist to carry its Kdvortuo
merit about tho city, which icioutiit will
surely run against some person' too and
get his undulations implngsed.
ItMiio.Nti. Tho greatest ruin of tho
tioaionl Tho linen chanco over oll'ered
to tho ladles ol Cairo I lllbbonsl Jtlboonsl
Ten thousand yurd of gros grain of all
widths and color! Ton thousand yards
of oil-bolled ditto I Ton thousand yards
of fancy ribbons, all otlorod for TWKN-TV-PIVi:
OKNTS A YARD. Como
ani take your choice AT HANNV'H. tf
Oimll -The'Su., "Ilumett, ha
of The IJulletix, la absent-up in tho
country .omewbore, on the war-path wo
uppose." No, hoi. not. Hu Is a man of
peace-a little wlld-coll-llke, so to spoak,
tho exbul.orauce of youth having got the
letter of him, but peaceful. In titno ho
will calm dowt into a quiet as well a
peacoful person, and not gad about any
more II. V........ ..
.......- r.rtii having completo
, UOOKI tuclJ ft tjhakspenre,
Uyron, Moore, History of tbo World, en
cyc)op:..iI.s, Ulblui, porlodleal. music,
etc, which they desiro to have rebound
will do woll to consult J, 0. Huols at the
Cairo City JJIndory, Uui.letin building,
before giving them to agents of foreign
oitaMiehmvuU. Mr. Huoli Invites an in
spection of hit work and price.
A ,T"UtJCt:R. The 'Sun' l our tra
ducor. and li aoeking to injure ui Id the
opinion of Jdr. ClemeoU. The 'Sun' telli
iti roader we are very uneaay about lke'
prospectf, but we are not. We are at
calm as Iho unruiHed ilpo wnter that lies
on tbo fiat underneath our olllco window
Ike iulli ui, and if he would only tond
us document and teedi brlbo ui by
little klndnen we would support him
next fall. We aro anxious to support
him, but fear he will drive us off by dii
courteous and almost cruel treatment.
Ix Towx. Mr. Glbonoy, editor of tho
Hlach Hivor Mo.) 'News,' Is In this city
canvassing for advertisements for his pa
per. The 'Now. Is published at Poplar
HlulT, a growing town on tho line of the
Cairo, Arknnf and Texas railroad, about
sixty miles from this city. Oer merchants
do not seem to appreciate tho fart that
thov should reach out along tbo lino of
this road for business. Mr. Glbonoy called
on us yesterday, nnd wo ncgleUd to say
to him that d were too busy to do the
courtoous thing and show him around.
Kloi'xd. Jack Sheppard, probably
lineal dneendant of tbo creal Jack of the
same name, unlruv to hi. merit! relation,
abandoned hi wifj on Thursday and
"jumped the city," with a frail woman,
formally an inmato cf tbo retidenco of
Mis Windsor. Mr. Sheppard ha. tho re
putation of a gentleman of easy honcjty. He
would not ctrry oa without or with per
mitibn of tbo owner, a hot stove, but he
did not hesitate to carry otf a woman no
his wife, We do not doubt he will find
the g'jods he has captured tbls raid the
most troublesoruo ho ever laid bis light
Seio.vd TiiotoiiT. We are almost
persuadrd to apologize to tho weather for
the abusu we havo been heaping upon It.
Yeltcrday was nearly delightful. Tbe
sun was bright all day, and, in the lan
guage of a school boy' essay, "all nature
seemed to rejoice." We atso seemed to
rejoice, but we did not. We had no as
suranco that, with all its fair promises,
tbo weather would not "go back' on us
and bring blasts from the north with
thundor, lightning, hall and snow all
umbled. Hut it did not.
It was constant all day, and rounded otf
Into a quiet and pleasant night. Wo are
almost persuaded that winter has gone
and the time of tho singing bird, dowers,
heat, dust, irjosquitoetand flea. Is atband.
Peksistkxt. Yesterday morning wo re
ceived from Ec. the communication pub
lished elsowhorn In theso columns this
morning, and yestorday evening received
a noto from tho same person in which
was tno following language: -'If Mr
Scbucker Is to blamo for tho Ulake mat-
tor, who I to blamo for not publishing
my article of yesterday. Or is there no
blamo about it? Or, for instance, would
tbo blame for publishing It be too ponder
ou lor tbu shoulder of The Bulletin?
If to, perhaps tbe 'Sun' will accopt the
awful responsibility of giving it to tbo lit
tle world of Cairo. Havo you any
toothing answer for Ec?" Wo have. We
assuro Ec. that her communication did
not arrive at Tut Bulletin office bofore
yestorday morning. Wo assume that Ec. Is
a lady although tho hand-writing It that
of a gentloman. Only a lady, and ono of
exquitlto ta.'.e and daintiness In literary
matter, could havo conceived tbe idea of
a search after sparkling crystal in tbe
beautiful Sea of Myttory, tn which wo are
lost. The Idea sparkle like a crystal or
a drop ol tbe water of the Sea of Mystery.
A a conceit It Is lar euperior to Dr. Hilg
bam'a brilliant remark about the Etheric
tea is, In fact, evidence amounting to
proof that Ec. is a genius, and a woman.
ON, E.O, ON!
THE LAST WOKD3
MAKMION ! "
A KAY OK DIM LIGHT THROWN
ON THE SUUJECT.
To TIIK Kiiirni; iw Tub llni.i.irriv
The note from Dr. lSrL-liam this muni I n--.
anil the edltor'H cominciitt upon tho xanie,
move iiiutonddrrii' Mm.
I am not acquainted with Dr. Hrlgham,
neither did I hear his lecture, nor am I ca
llable ur teaching K leiiec. Hut, iiiajbe, I
can throw a ray or light on tho Milject In
question. It M'ein to me, Unit the iinpre
ion which Dr. Ilrlfhani wlibid to io hi.
umllence Is this : There arc forces in nature
ulili'li iho human faculty lias no en-e to de
left. Or, not to tr too po-itho thero are
force In nature which havo not been de
tected. Now, "to impinge the I'dllnr'nmlml
uiidHiako It nol.jjwiil, undci standing," I
will lllui-tratc. Irom l'ror. Twnlal. Me,
bowed that there were beauio or light Uiat
eie .Lime, anil mere were other part- of
Iblit wlilihwuliail new reeonled-.that
t ilk l known, because, when light pa.-..,
through the pri-in and hnwi-il
he pe.tmiM. Ilfero wa el.eiu
ia cilect produced bcvniid the
U.lblo peotrum, which Indicated the exl.l
.nee of element,, there that could not bo de
teeted by the heme or right.
I will not trouble )ou with any wltilel.iin
aboutlthe etheric nj. Hut one thing 1-,,"!
Uln-wo are io.t III tho hcaor mvrierv ; and
.'.'.'J,'arVl!,1 tVt, '"' "'ll'"!l fcca
may lie houglitror without even n, much a
a thought of attacking religion.
S.leiuu neks Tor truth-good I. alway.
;;Iom. upon the heelv, t.utU; and Hut le
Iglou Is the bct Which ban' the broidiit
loiiiiilallou in truth and good.
I mint fay that the di-ciilou ha, been
cliaraeterlzed by puerility on both ,de b
ouie Inltatlou on the iloetmS part, und b
wit not genial on the part ol the editor.
Let ineKiiieludn with ccntlnients ol kliidlv
.Voi'ii! ,ur "' lr' '""! J':.
ltEMAiii;s.K.c Is vury kind, and wo
assure her that tb thoughtful con.Idera
tlon which induced hor to mako our mind
noisy with understanding is duty appro
clatodbyutj but, sh must permit us te
say, wodonotbollovo sbo has mcoeoded
Jn grasping tho doctor's Idu. Wo aro of
tbo opinion that K-o would icq this fact as
cloaily at wu do II for a moment or two
sho would contrast what the doctor did
say with what sho thinks, the '.doctor In
tonded to say.
In his lecture, Dr. Hrlgham asserted
that "a unlverto without Intelligences to
organized as to U nnniclout of tho ten
satloin reiulllng from tho Impinging
ol tho undulation in tho various liquid
turrounding ui would bo as silent a tbo
tomb and at dark a algbt." Thtt it a
proposition made after great deliberation
and consultation of the work of great
scientists, and the doctor, who wields a
pen as able as that of E-o, intended to give
his audlonne tbo tmprosilon tbo proposi
tion itself convey to tbo mind ot those
who can underitand tbo language of
tcience ; but now como K-o and assure
us that Iho improsttun Dr. Hrlgham In
tendod to convoy wa that "Thora are
forces In naturo which thn human fac
ulty has no seme to detect."
We take issuo with E c. Dr. Urlgbam did
not wish to say that there aro force.
In nature which the human faculty has
no jenso to detoct, when he aald a uni
verso without intolllgoncios so organised
ai to bo conscious of tbo sonsattont result
ing from tho impinging of tho undulations
in ins various iiuius surrounding us
would bo as silent as tho tomb and as
dark at night. Jf ho had Intended to make
K-c" remark abaut unseen forces in nature
instead of tho remark about impinging of
tho undulations, bo would havo made it,
anl we are inclined to believo E-c knows
ho would. Thero it no connection none
whntever between tbo impinging of un
dulations and unknown force tn nature.
To make such an assertion I to bo un-
clontific, In which assertion Huxley and
Tyndal and Urigham will bear ut out
b-c is mistaken. She don't know Dr.
Urlgbfim or the would not have had the
temerity to connect her hidden forces
with the impinging of tho undulations.
The illustration from Prof. Tyndal,
given oy Z.-C, is laminar to ut. and we
have not denied his assertion that there
are pari of tight that man has never
een. We are of tbe opinion that he may
i. . . . . . .
ue correct in mis conclusion, nut we
would be moro thoroughly convinced of
the fact if we could seo tbo light. Seoing,
i-c will admit, Is knowing, and we would
like our correspondent to tell u. how we
can know, with abioluto certainty, that
there are part! ot light that have never been
dUcovored except by ocular proof. IJut
it the fact that lyndal ha aiterted thero
li light no human has yet teen, proof, or
oven admissible oriJonco, that Dr. Urig
ham meant to isy thero aro undiscovered
forcei In nature when he uted hit pecu
liar erpresilon about tbo Impinging ot tbe
unuuiaiions in me vanout liquid sur
rounding us1 In our opinion, E-c It fro
ward te undertake to tell tho doctor what
he Intended to lay, and tho ha lamenta
bly failed in her attempt. Dr. llrigbam
did not mean- what E-c tay ho did. lie
moint the other thing.
We do not wiih to bo impolite, but E c
mutt permit ut to lay, that.in our opinion,
the it a failure at aconstruer of Hrigham
If (be values our advico tbo will lote no
time in abandoning the doctor to bis fate
anl going In search of the sparkling
sryta! of the beautiful Sea of My
tery. Our Information is that that tea
1 full of tucb crystals ; that bo who standi
upon it thoro may, in tbe language of
tbe poet Spenser, see and hear
"tho crystals running by."
e have occasionally navigated that tea,
and can bear E-c out in her assertion that
we are all lost in it, and have been since
the beginning ; but loat or not lost in (or
out of) tbo beautiful Sea of Mvi
tery, no ono can doubt that
in tbo beautiful language of tbe evidently
beautlfnl E-c, man may seek for tbo spark
ling crystals of that beautiful aea without
even to much at a thought of attacking re
ligion. If wo had for a moment suspected
that Dr. Brlgham, when ho Irnplnglngly
undulated. was searching in the Seaof Mys
tery for 8-c's sparkling crystals we would
not have oven intimated that he was at
tacking religion. No searcher after the
sparkling crystals of tbe beautiful Sea of
Mystery ever attacks religion.
3KTo. OO Olxio Xjovoo)
. I. .Mathllks J;. (,', t 'til
MATHUSS &, UHL,
Forwarding ,t (iencrnl
FL0UI1, miAl.V, HAY AND
And Di Mit III
liitiio, Ucutcnt, 1'la.itor, lfuir, Ac.
pri will m-II In car ia, its at iiiuuunsc
turiTH prltri, lidding fiulnht.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Prcpreparod to forward all kiuiln of
Freight to all pointn.
pr limine i alliMidod to prninplly.
THE CAIRO CITY
with the best
LEAVE 0KDEHH AT
KTHalllilay Jtro.S olUcc, No. TO
Ohio livte; I
tSTHalllilay Jlro.'x tVliarHioat; I
aSTAtKiryptlari Mlll.jor i
tif At the roal dinnti. fniit r.l
'pttiil hktmii is Ie Coaiuaers.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON,
(SuwckHor to John It. l'hlllis,)
OATS, FLO UK,
.MEAL, WHAN, Ac.
igenta for Laflin & Rand Powder Company
(um. TKNTii st. A: oiiio i.i:vi:i:,
MILLER & PARKER,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, Ac.
Agents for Fairbanks Scales.
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
.Stratum. T. Hint.
STRATTON & BIRD,
. Commission Merchants,
Agents Amorioan Powder Company,
0? OHIO I.KVKK, CAlliO.
N. II. Thlftlesvnocl. V. .1. ThlstlctUKul
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay,
n... ; oiiio i.nvr.i:,
A TRUE STORY.
, CooU fiitnJ, pay me alttntlun,
J And .story I'll tclale,
1 'it not of convention.
.Vor a qullan'i of line,
"t plain, unrirnlthed story,
Of man both food anj fjlr, ''
H how ambition u as Inn glory,
AnJ hoi ecllnce wjji rare.
A toi nfimt, thi youtli a lit,
Ills hands wtre rouli and Lrovin,
Andmltih anj fjn Ixamtd In hl)e
If this youth who jlnuglid llit grounJ,
lie lotcdquitr well a country last
A Uss of beauteous meln,
hoe lauty wn seel as rtew hMwngraK,
."'he was a rustic quetn.
'Ihit south one day. with heatt o'er run,
Willi lore at jure at snow,
Airayed In hit Iks! bib and tucV
Unlo his queen did go,
To her he tptte In accent tweet
of love and fetute blir,
Il! laldhit Joy would Ix cornfield
' Ifthewoutdbulbehlt. '
Oh, .Mm, the laid, I lose nu well,
And fain would lie your dear,
Mm .lohn-lut but .lohn, t l.ile to tell
I cannot now I fear,
Ymi ire, dear John your tut ain't od
Your clothes are oufof title,
And In walk with you, I never coulJ
Ad n the old church aide.
1 f you'll xeta tultat Kamhalert
Die Mamouth Clothing Howe
I'll Jo) fully accept you .lohn
And be )our beautiful "jpolite."
And John, like a t;ood sensible fellow straight away
went and purchased a suit of clothes of Kahniiakkk, and
is now th happiest man allvu. Ye, that' so.
I. Kakn'iiakik .VSos, CI Ohio Ivsseo.
OAlltO, 1 1, Lb.
Stuart & Gholson
I Announce Unusual Attractins for their Spring Trade.
Wo make a speciality of this department. It is our steady, and we Lave
no hesitancy in saying that we offer the most complete, varied and stylish stock
of Dresa Goods ever phown iti this city, at tho unusually low and uniform range
of prices that hate Tendered our houi-e so popular.
A FULL LINK OF
Gurnet Black Silks.
Well-known and established brands in
Black goods, Dress cloths and Suit
DECIDKI) N0VELTIE8 IN
FOREIGN WHITE GOOD?, EMBROIDERIES, REAL and I MIT A
TION LACES, HANDKERCHIEFS, TRIMMINGS,
TIt:S, COLLARS, ETC., ETC.
3HE O S X 3ES 3F1. V
Wo offer an elegant line of Ladio's and GentV.J-0. and Misses' and Chil-rt-n'a
Plain and Fancy Striped hose, wl11 , ""'u t uniformly low
Wo propose making a Fpeciality of Ribbons, and having bought largely a
very low prices, o aro enabled to sell cheap. Milliners and Dress Makers will
bo supplied at &cw York wholesale prices. .
Wo continue, as heretofore, to nell exclusively for cash, at our uniform
prices. Wo solicita personal examination of our stock and prices, and shall
tako pleasure in showing our goods to all who may favor us with a call.
Wo thank our friends and customers for their kind favors in the past. We
solicit a continuauce of tho same, assuring all that we shall endeavor to make it
SulTord, Morris & Ciuitlco,
lit Ohio Leveu, City National Rank
Building, Caiko, fi.i.;i
The olili-il eiitahlikheil A'liey III Sulllheni
IHIimiIh, ri'iiveiilliij; ofM1
or tho best Insiir.nice Cajillal Jil the (I, S.
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Levee, over Mulhus it UhlV.
hut j'ml-ehm Compui!is
D .AYSUIM. E, ,1. AYIItS
AYER8 & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEE0HANT3
JN o. 7t JjKvaa.OHioUAiKO, Ilib.
STUART & GHOLSON.
FINE MILLINERY GOOD3
t'HKMII NIKIHs DOOM
MRS. M . JACKSON,
(Konnerly Mrs. Swsnders,)
announces tht sbo bas just opens J a hue
assortment ol Urn
Millinery UooJs to he louna in tbe market
ytie will keep on hand
Hats, Honnkth, Flow km, Biudo,
DitKss Thimminos or All Kinds,
Laiiikh Fuiinihiiinq Goods, Notioki,
Collars, Undkrhlukvih, Ruvrs,
And all cooiIh round In millinery stores, all
ol which will ho disponed ol ai tho lowest
cash prices. .Mrs. Jackson respectfullr
asks a continuation of tho putaonige which
bas been so Hln-iully bestsowed upon ber by
tho ladlen of Calm and thn vlclmtr.
COFFEY, HARRISON So CO.,
(Successors to D. Hurd A.sob.)
m AMD HAT.
No 03 Ohio Levoe,
NEW YORK 8TOHK,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
LABOBIT VABIBTT ST08K IM IH1 OUT
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