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Ml! AhKXA.NIIKIt I.OIMIK, NO. 411
' hf2jfe lnlqwii"ldit Olilirnr (JiM-lel
'&KM Iowa, nif.lt eit-ry 'I 'litirnlay iifKlit
at lmir-ail ihmi. i" llielr hall ii
I ointnririat avrmi-, lietwwti Mlli Jfimtli
.iirrti V J hum, N It
r uut'i i sr.AMr.MKs r, i t. o i, m-i-i
V. ill OiMIVIIua' Hall mi tin-111! mill Ihlnl
liii'l.iy In ery month, nl li.ilf-i-t w.i-ii
Jnll II HoiifOo-i, (J I'
C A lll'l I.ODUI.. NO. 2.17, A .V. A :M
Av- ll'ild ii'iiiiliir riiininiinlmtloiH lii.ua
7kiii'iiilc Hull, ririifr I mnmrrrlal mi-inn-'
'iiwl I'.l'hlli Mutt, on llir w;i,inl uml
Mirth Simula v ufiiirli rnonlli
Mr. 1'. PltwraM lmJiil reolvdl nwl
ha. on -ale nt hl :ili- ruom large itoil.
of Un-rlMi nle, pnitfr, Ilclineuy lirml
Mi-l wlni", ami Itqviort or all klutli. which
he wilt difiiov of at rc.witmhlr price.
(ion I hIiuIc ronini on I lie upper lloor at
IhoS.ttitClmilti van hp had, vvlih hoanl,
at Ihe very low rate of ?:W per month
Mow I.umlier Vur.1.
hnrli" LuncaH'T and Newton lllce,
Loth well known to our citizen, and
to rlvir men generally, havo -HihlUhcil
a lutiiher yard In Cnlro, corner of
Sixteenth Urcctnnd Coniinerelal avenilo.
flicy will Veep every description of hulhl
tug luMirlal and Heainho.it liimhcr. iloori,
nli, bllndi, niouMliiKu, !ilnn!en, lath, etc.,
tc, and iru dclenulnci to Ml lower than
lumber ha over hccn to il In Cairo. They
olii lt a fair trial from Meamho.it men and
builder", ntid guarantee aitl-factlou In nil
OYHTEHS I OYETEItB !
i'ntro Unt rrprlar.
hpro.it, U.' Ohio Levee, la iitjelvlii New
Jrleam i) iter every morning In bult. lie
ii making I1I1 own can, and iiekln hit
i',vn oyster", thereby uvoldlnt the exorbl
..nt eh irs for trar.portntloti, and ! cna-
kd to furtiWi fi belter nrll ! at ft leu
ptlee than any othrr dealer. 1'atmnl a
homr institution, and heueflt ;oim,-'f,
Ciiniprtltion Ii I In- I.lf T Tin lie.
Mr. l.e Hu Cl"initi. Klne l.nmitln-"',
No l'J, 1'oitrtfi atreH. between VahbiKton
r.d Coiimierilal artitte, loe nil 1. it'll of
line and eoir-eluitudry work (or lad'r. tnd
"fiilcmen, flniliHf. Ae Ouitlenien'; i-hlrt
wahcd an i poUihtd. SlngW hhlrt and col
hr, 10c p.-r iloren Mr: o k !W; two t-ol
l.r, fc:twi Imiilkerehlrl, .V: veili. 'JOc;
d a I KOMli-mci.': wear. Me ler
t'l' i-n. I.nlhV ilres'Cf, 2 t' tut" ;
Vrtil) t 2); drawer 10 tt Iftc; two
I Ir h-e f v; two collar. ." to lfe. Kor la
lif' Iain elolhi H 1 (A p. r dozen: lor la
dle" tine clothn-, ijl 2-i per dozen; done
irmptly, and ptomplly dellvrcl. 1'a
llM-S-d I ni.
All pei"-o- having Iw'afre at tin-' .St.
Nlc-'ioln liotel nre hereby notlfli'il to all
u' llh: Kiini' wllhln ila IronitliU
Irilt1. (r "iieli liajrir.tx" will ! sold tor
.Lirjjiv. W.y. Vi:Tzr.t.,
rroprli'tornl'St. N'leliola Hotel.
( .ui..i..)an. 10, 1S7.'.. lOl-l-l.-.tJ.
four II IK.
Wli'i'VCr hahttliill) iue any aYoholie
prtparatloni an nu "appetizer" will be
likely I ) fuller fr. in four t IN, an over
tilit of food In the'oinacb, Impaired ability
lo dlxet it, the pallet ol dypepl.i. and a
doctor's bill. llt. Wai.kuuS Vr.r.ir iii.k
VlNrii.Ul lllTIKIts the ireat Teetotal Itc
Horatlvc of the ntfe, Without oertImu
latino the palate or Irltatirf; the Homacli.
Impaiti a heal'bfiil pppellte, prorcotei, ill.
i;etion,'cjiilate'. the liver. ltd bowel, purl
tie the blood, and thu, liftead of entailing
foureil, canfera four lnitlmblebcnfllt.
Ilnlly I. mull.
Oeorge latlnrr corner of Fourteenth and
WiMliliiSton avenue, will fil' nlh lie'ealter,
vvery day to Ii' pitron a No. 1 lunch, be
tween the hourf of tun mid twelve o'clock.
FrC'h Milwaukee bi-er and Irarant llavan.i
cIjm to be had at h' bar at nil time.
Kilty to .';iveutavo il'illart per month.
AkciiU wanted everywhere. Tcaclion, la
dies Renti, etc., etc. No capltil or out
lay required. Send 20 cents for po.ts;c on
OlltUt, to I). C. WlU.CIIUAS,
tl Ir Iu Station, l.'nlon County, Ohio.
Open Fridays ami .Satunlnyj only.
l'bere will lie a dauee at the rei-ldelKV
ol .1. F. AlcKlmm. on Twentieth street,
next toGallher's mill, on next Tlmr.
day nlL'ht, .lanuary 21. A good string
baud will fiiiuish the miNc. Mr.
MeKlium'h friend are particularly In
vited toatteud. Due dollar a couple, Mtp-
pr Included. 1-1 7- It
Nonietliliis I'l-olllnlile ( i: crj boil.r.
l'ho spring "JatMi I tipproachiiiu', and
i"ioldtelii A' lto-euw.itcr beg to announce
to the nror.lo that they are making great
tf florii far the spiln; trade. In order to
ijaVn room lor the ni-w good, they w ill of
er in the next MMy dsxa thoir entlic stock
oi fall and whiter goods, whlcli Is complete
in all ilopartmints, and consiMs of evcry
tiiing usually found Iu ilrt class dry
gcods store, at dm Hrst cost pilce. All
purchaser thould avail thtliiselvts of llilo
oppor unity, n.s they can shvo a InmNoiao
llttlo prcilt by doing so, Ilvurybody Is iu
vlted to call and oxiimlne g icds and prices.
I. S. Thcro s'ock o( men, youtlu' ai.d
boj ready madi) rlotlilng I c mp'ole In all
ipielltles ami sUc.s, and will llkowlso bo
all'ered at the llr-t cost. 1011-111 If
rioinewheri) between Mound City nud
Cairo, Sunday, a horse blanket. The
Under will bo rewarded by returning it
to me, at thu Stone depot.
I7fl10-2t. .I.vmkm .Ioiino..
MuanuerHtlc HilH TlrUetn.
Tickets to the grand masquerade ball,
tobcglven by ttieDclta City Cornet Hand,
can he procured at E. & NMiudcr ltros,
J. Hurger'H, I'lill Sfaiip's, M. .I.MeOau
ley' and I'aul O. Seliuh'n dni,' tore.
( let your nm-Us find coctiunes ready Iu
Tlll'liSDAV, .lANTAl'V 111. 1973.
11". II . 1 . .J
Local TVeutlirr Iteport.
( Ali o, I M... January It), 1 ?"
It ah. I 'I'm
7 a m.
HO l I
IIIOIUS .lONKS, lih.fjifi
.Mr. Win. .Mnrlln, l ounty Ireiiiitrer,
who Iiiik be en i:oiilliii d to tlin Inline for
leveral tiny, with iiieiiiiioiihi. Iiopes to
Im' nblo ! ivsiiiiH liN duties in a tiny .'
iKivlit llrown, I'nlty ; .Mm "Walker,
Come Minil, anil Win. II. Welbkluir.
Tliebi", are iilirleinl nt the Mm till
The bet lor j'rjlrx, Meant or black
llouie for Itenl.
A comfortitbli! framu lioiiic of kIx
roi.in-, out lioue tiiul 'ood cUtent oti
Twelfth Mieet. IiKjulrc of .1. . I'lilllln.
III it Cistern.
Tuesday morning, n blind Iior-e- bc
lonin to n iie;ro teamster who lives in
the Fourth wanl, enaiH:il from the sta
ble, and wandered around until lie found
hliii-elf In :itl-teni whleh hail been ilii;?
louietlini! ago, at the corner of Nine
teenth street and Commercial avenue.
HU owner was Informed of the int-for
tuiii! that had In-fallen hU lKhtte.4 quad
ruped, anil with a jkmj of men wijtit to
reicui' him from hU imcoinforlable posi
tion, which wax accomplished aftfr an
hour or two of hard labor. The lior;
l pretty badly -kliu-il up, hut Is not lu
jitnil enough to keep him from eitrnlni;
tiiiHiiuil SIimiiii r'llllni:.
Crarles II, Ncwland l prepared to lo ill
kinds of .-, ami tteam tilling, repairing
pump, drhliu' wel, bell liiiii-liiir. etc.,
."hop on Commercial Avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth ttreiH. 1M-1-2MW.
The Oitil i ellowo.
A fpecinl iini-lliig of the Oild Fellows
of Clal t oily wa imiIIhI for Tuesday even
ili" lor Ihe purpose ol'llktelllnx to all Odil
Follow. :tddrc". at their hall, iMivcml
by Mr. K. I). Fani'iworth I'.i-; Uniml
hire of the JuileM;ndeiit Onler of Oihl
Fellow. Mr. Farnsworth, some year-,
since vhlted (jermany, and i,'talill.heil
the order in that country. He arrived in
till-elty Tue-d.iy inorulng from Mem
phi, on hi way to hN hrtine iu Hacra
ineiito, California. He Is a very good
p!lker, and hi- adda-s, which lateil
over an hour, was elipientand liileret
hiK. Wheiihehad llnlshed..liiflgi' William
Creen, ol this city, was railed upon to
take the -laud. I Iu mad" .1 few remark
and retired, when Mr. Oberly was failed.
He. loo, made a short speech.
Mollce ol' Dissolution,
The partnership hi-retolore eiiiii be
tween Cha. II. NewlHiul and .lames K.
Hetinle, has till- day been dissolved by
mutual consent, C. It. New land eolleetliiy
nil bill due the linn and paying all
debts. .1. It. Xr.w i..xi.
.1. K. m.svir..
Cii:n. .lanuary 1!'. 1S73. 121
Free Irom sulphur and other impurities.
.SI ii re Til le tcs.
For the past three mouths till eitv has
been sorely ntllietcd by uiiuicrous gangs
ofthlcvcs who have at different times
broke open and robbed a number of
stores mid private house-,. Yesterday
morning, between two ami three o'clock,
ome unknown parties iuccced':d iu
breaking a pane of glas- out of the win
dow of Mr. A. Hallev's tin and stove
store, on a-hlngton avenue, ami rob-1
hlng the bow cn-e ot a box containing a
lot of pocket-knives mid several other
articles. The thieves did not enter the
store, having reached through the broken
window to the show cn'e which was but
a few feet distant.
The best in the State for cooking,
grates, stoves or steam,
Itev. .Mr. VnllJir lo I.tetiire.
We are glad to learn that the friends of
Itev. .1. L. Wallar liave Folk-ited.and lie
lias eon-ented to deliver a leclure in this
eitv. at tlie.M. K. Church, on the evening
of'ruesdav. I'eb. 2d. 1S". having for its
subject, "The Natural and Supernatural."
Mr. Wallar has spent much llino and
-tndv In the preparation of this lecture,
and wo ni l' satlll 'I that It will be worthy
of the subject nud the man. The proceeds
will be for the benefit oftbc M.K. Clittrcli.
All arrangements are being perfected,
and tickets will be on ale shortly. We
shall have more to ;y about this lecture
The people of this elty are all acquaint
ed wlthtlienbilltyof the Itev. Mr. Wallar,
and will turn out as one per.-on to listen
lo ids lecture. He N a pleasant and do
ipieiil speaker, and no doubt will treat
the rubjeet which In- ha elioien, In a
A I'lens.uit i:ent.
'Ihe liirtliilay parly of Mr. Henry Win
ter'o eldest son, William, at Ills father's
residence on Seventh street, lat Tuesday
evening, was a brilliant ntliilr. There
werelmorc'tli.'iii thirty couples of the youth
and beauty of the elty present, all of whom
werodellglited witli tliocutcrtalnutcnt af
forded by thu kindness of Me-rs. William
and Claude, and MUses .Io,io and Hello
Winter. Tho spacious halls of Ihe house
were thrown open for tho beiu'lU of thovti
who wished to dance, and a splniflid
siring hand was hi attendance, who film.
Islied excellent music. Dancing vfis com
menced early in tlie uvwfliig, mid
continued until twelve o'clock,
when tlie most elegant Vefreshinents
were oll'ere l to thu guestvlio did ample
jiistlco to them nil. Atfer refivsliiucnts,
dancing was nuraln resifined, and was isir-
l ied on without hiteriptlon until a late
hour, when tho gues begun to take leave
of their entertnliirs. When v nuike
the insertion that tldi wrs tlio most mi
Joyaole private party that has been given
In this city for yean,, vvc hut oxprefH tlm
opinion of every lady and gentleman
present. The lormallty which come-
tlines characterizes such tmoinblles wu
not found on this occasion, mid all the
guest" were treated hi such u manner us
to make them led perfectly at home.
Mr. Mllford, a resident of DogTooth.
and a gentleman well-known In Cairo,
died Tuesday morning.
The parly tit the Liberal Itellgiom
hall lust evening was well attended, and
everybody had a very pleasant time.
Tlie Itev. Mr. Gilbert, of this elty,
held services in the l'resbyterlau church
nt Columbus, Kentucky, Tiiemlay night
and Wednesday morning.
The Mississippi river still iilt'onls the
young folks of this elty most excel
lent skating, and they are Improving their
spare time very agreeably.
t'p to the present time, 2 p. in., we
have not lieen called upon by any one
whose time-honored character has lieeu
defamed liyTni: Uullktix, but wis look
anxloii'ly toward the door, expecting
some one every minute.
Hon. Claiborne Winston, who re
turned to this city lat Saturday from
.Sprlngllcld, on account of the sickness of
one of the inembcr- of his family, has
been confined to the house himself, lnee
last Tuesday morning, lrom a severe
cold. His illnes Is not likely to li or
Wo learn from Ur. Wood, that New
comb, the man from Clear Creek, in this
county, who was taken from the county
jail a week or ten days ago, nflllcted with
the mall pox, and who wa put In the
ps-sthone, died and was burled last Fri
day morning. Dr. Wood tells us that the
other patients now In the pet-lioue lire
getting on very well, and It is hoped they
The members of the 'ctreiiehmeut
committee of the City Conn- il met at the
council chamber, last Tuesday evening,
fur the transaction of various matters
pertaining to their special dutle. but
what they did In regard to the several
question brought before them, we were
unable to learn. One of the knowing
one. when Hiked by us what they did,
replied in the exprcslve language, that
they "played h 1 generally.'
A colored woman, who lives on
Ninth utreet, between Washington and
Commercial avenue, while going home
yc-terday afternoon with a sack of coal on
her head, which she had gathered up on
the street, met a little white boy who
asked her what she had In the sack. .Slic
told hhn. when he gave her a shove and
sent her reeling off the sidewalk. Tills
did not .seem to tbeolddnrkey like the e'l
fjuettc due a lady, so she laid down her
.ick, and went for the disturber of her
peace, caught him by the nape of the neck,
gave him a sound wanning and then let
Several ladies and gentlemen of this
city, started on a pleasure trip to Mound
City Tuesday night, In a -mall spring
wagon, drawn by two spirited horses.
When about half-way between this place
and Mound City, the wagon broke down,
and leaked out all of ltspascnger. line
of the gentlemen and two of the ladles
escnped without being injured, but the
other gentleman had the bark peeled oil
of his face pretty badly. The wagon be
ing loo ldly broken to ti-i- without re
pairing, was left behind, and one ot the
ladles nud one ot the gentlemen bestrode
one hor.-e, while the other lady mounted
the other animal and returned to this
city. The gentleman who was hurt the
worst, shouldered the cushions belong
ing to the wagon and walked home.
Jiul)( lllrcl on (lie .School (iirstloii.
Mk. Kditoi: : Myattentlon lias been
called to two bills iwcntly introduced in
to the legislature of our State, the pur
pose of which Is to repeal or amend the
present school la w, or that portion of
them which refers to the education of
I painfully regret to sec an iesuc raised
on a measure which has been settled by
law, and acquiesced Iu by n generous
public sentiment. I cannot conceive
what the Intention or purpose of Messrs.
Plater and Albright can be, unless it Is to
rekindle the prejudices of certain member-,
of society, who, to a very great ex
tent, were beingeducated up to the stand
ard of just and humane principles which
have been recently incorporated Into the
laws of our illustrious commonwealth.
The people of this State have been,
since ISO."), (just ten years ago) marching
gradually forward, from obstinate resist
ance Injustice, right and equality before
the law, until they havo arrived at the
zenith of perfection In according equal
rights and equal protection toiler citizens.
The logic of events lias forced convic
tion home to tlie breasts of the most ob
durate, and many of thou who once
knew no bounds to their Inveterate ha
tred toward the negro, and were willing
to see the race irretrievably consigned to
tlie prison-house of ignorance an act In
itself sulllcientto disqualify him (tho ne
gro) for tlie duties of intelli'tent citizen
ship arc now thulli'st ' ) defend an
cqultablu educational measure.
There seems to he but little If any o1
jeellon or dissatisfaction among the
nia-ses of tlie people In regard to the law
hi its present form, or of its operation on
our system of public, schools, mid l am
persuaded that the effort of our would
be-oliamploiis of by-gone prejudices
akin to barbarism do not rolled the sen
tlments of tl n.lr con-titucnlH.
If this is tlie kind of warfare these em
inent representatives am going to wage
I think they would do Justice to their
constituent mid credit to themselves by
stepping ''down and out," and let their
places be tilled by men who arc capable.
on representing an intelligent constitu
ency. Jons ,1. Hum.
Caiiio, Im.., .lanuary 18, 187.ri.
A youug horse 4 years old luit May
works iduglo or double; will be aold on 0
months' time noto with good security,
Apply at Tub HutXavtiN oillee,
-Duy I'AltAPlfti; COAL.
-Cue PAKAPJHB COAL.
if you want fresh oystirs without Jiaf
lug for the ein and transportation, j to
Hproat', 12, Ohio tven, and get them by
thu pull full, fresh every morning, i t-i-l
-Try I'AltADISK COAL, the cheap
est and Ix-st.
Having given up my old Maud on tho
levee and takeu Keohler & llro'a shap, ou
Klgbth street, I sh-.ll bo prepared to sup
ply tho citizens ot Cairo with the best
uieatt the market afford. 1'lea'c call and
hcc inn. I'na. HovvAnp.
lo to 8proat', 133 Ohio Levee, and
;et youroysteri by the hundred or can
lrrh every raornlnK. 12-MI
J'ry I'AltADISK COAL foreooklng.
Kpro.it, 135 Ohio Levee, la liirnl-lilng
oyUe-i In the right shape. Families cau
he mpp'led In any quantity rre.u every
Onler I'AltADISK COAL from any
Joe KoceVer is now In full control or
the Washington bikery, and having learn
ed tho want of the public, Is prepared to
supply on call nil demand for French loaf,
Jloston, llrown and Graham bread, and
uverylhlng elto ordinarily lound In a firit
clatabsk ry. He maintain a fullitookoi
confectioneries, and can, as well any
other dealer in the city, fill all orders In
that line, Cakes baked, frosted or orna
mented on short notice. Specla lattenllon
given to the orders of wedding or picnic
parties. U 12-tf.
All that have tried l'AKADISE
COAL will use no other.
Newly-atted, flncly furnbhed barber
shop by Oeorge Stelnhouse, corner Com
mercial avenue and Klghth street. Ytara
ol praet'co have given him a light hand
tint mikci a smooth aiavc delightful. All
who try bim onco will call again. All the
late daily pspera are kept on Ida ttble for
tho bencllt of hit costoraern, and there la
no tedious waltlngfor turns. tf
Thoe using base-burner .stove have
found Just whot they want hi I'AltA
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
llniiy Keller Tor Voliua-.Sf en from thn
rOtcl of Krrors ami .VIiii 1 1 rally llf. Man
hood ri-stnrisl, liii-llni,'iils to Marriage re
moved New lUf'hod el tirjtmcnt. New ami
remarkable p-runUr Hooks and circular sent
fire, ill Milled t-nvrliil-m, Atldrc-a, llOVVAItt)
ASsOU AllON, llN Nlntli lnst, I'lllladrl
ihla, l'a , n Institution tiAvbiRa hlKtirrimta
tlm lor hrinonibtt- rondiict ami profrsilonal
0 nf ral
AND DXALI I! IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Undar City National Bank.
I WILL sell in car-load lots nt iruuiufactimrs'
pricwi, artJlDE rrtlsht.
HARRISON Sc. CO.,
(iurtCTiors to I) Hunt Cu )
And Dcalrra la
FIOUK, GRAIN ud HAY,
No. 63 Ohio Levee.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHIIXIS
tlueeMsors to John 11 I'lilllls)
Ami Dealer in
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agent for LAFLIN &KAND POWDEK COl
Corner Tenth Street nud Ohio
. I) .Mutlms.
i: r t iii.
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
(iL Ohio Iiovoo.
K. .1. A)re.
S, I, Ayna.
AYRES &c CO.,
Leading Journal of Southern
'Villteai.'a.tly oppose the policies ol tho
Ilepubllesti party, and refuac to be tram
mellcd by the dictation of nnyclhpto In the
It believe tint the ltcpubllcau party has
rulilllcd Itr nibslon, ami that the Demo
cratic party a-; now organized should he re
ttorcd to rower.
It believes Oiu ltidical tyranny that ban
fer several yca'i opprsied the South
hould be overthrown nod tie people of tbn
Southern Statj ponaltted to control tholr
It believe that railroad corpora lou
ehou'.d be problbiteit by le'f'atlve enact
mints from e.vtortliiL' aud unjiHly diiirlin
lout infill their badness trantactloni vvltb
It tecognlzcs the emuliiy ol all minbe.
fore tlie law.
It advocate free comwcreC' tarlu" for
It advocate resumption of upccle pay
tnent, iind honest payment of the public
It advocate economy in tho ailiiilol;trn
lion of public alfnlrj.
AS A NEWSPAPER
Thu Uulletln will publlih nil the lcenl newi
o Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, lo-
lltlcal, Foreign and General Xevri, nnd en
deavor to plcmo nil tastes and lttrrc.t all
T It K
Is a thlrtytwo column papsr, lurnithcd to
subicrlben for the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
l'otiKe prepaid. It la tho cheapest paper
In the Weit, and l-i a plc.ilnj? KiredUe
Vbltormul Kuinlly Companion.
Cacuot fail to tee the unrivaled Induce
ment offered by The. Bulletin Iu the way
of cheap and profitable uJvirlliementa.
Corrtctxl Dally by K M. StMrni, commission
merchant, Srtary of tlie talro Iloanl of
Flour, according to unule
Corn, inlxisl, larVetl -
Corn, white, aatkul
,M 00? It W
...si 'jy-. v..
uat, iiiito ,
llran, tr ton
Mr.il, utrara ilrir-l
Ilutlfr, rnolir .Noillifni roll ...
lluttcr, cbolec southrn Illinois .
ChtrWns, p" '''" ..
Turkeya, prntozea -
Apla, cnolce, r barrel -. .
Applf i, common, tr barrel .. ....
l oimnfi, t uarrti
Unions, .rr hurrr!
TTVOIt the MwilVfUK of Srmlniil Wnkneti.
J? l Unliol and all tlhonU-rs broiiKbt
in by inillscretloni or ett( Any Drus-gl.t
aa inr inKirui,uiii
Aildrrsn, lr. K inirox ACO ,
l31.dftwlj- tluclnnati, Ohio
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MEItCII A.NDISE OF
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Rcputntion.
ArLnowIi-.lKitl l.y all pood Miitli-innt In N- thi-U-t
riiimi imvv mmle.
TIIE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which vvc have solJ over -IM duniis
twelve yer pait, becoming moro and more
popular every Uny.
SMITH'S AMEIilCAtV OIUJAN,
.Splendid tone, Tower and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very fine Iintruinimt, n.l.ipted to lii-tru-mental
ai well n vocul mii-ilo.
At.i, tiii: Ap.ovh auk orn:ttt:ti ov
I3iv Monthly I'jviiioiit, at Ion li.'iirc
regardlitt of L'st Vrlcc?.
In grent vailcty, liu-linllnx nil tho now
and poptilir luu-Ic ol tlio dnv.
(.irder-i from llir. Coiintiy'
promptly tilled and u-ni
VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS,
l'ltENCH HAM'S. r.T, ivir.
Band Iustrumonts of all Kinds
Kurr.lihed lo Order.
STKINOS FOR VIOLINS, OUITAHS, ETC.,
01 the ltent (junlity.
Classical Studios and Exorcises
Of nil grade for I'Uno or Voice.
rJTHvcry description of Mudcsl Mer
chandhe furnlhcil to order, promptly nnil
ut prlcei lower than ever offered before.
Aj;KN(.Y AtX) OK
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
.Scud for IlIiMmtcd Catalogue and I'riec
I. lit of Ihco bcnuHful Ki-otipor.
All Goodt Warranto m Roprnented.
VorJBINS' IWUSIC BAZAR,
ZANONE & VALLA,
11 KT YOfl!
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
Cornor Twonty-Eighth Stroot nnd
J l. .Hiioiir. . M, ViiIIa.
"Totlco Ih hvi'i liv Riven Dull the liiv liook fm
tin- enr 1-7I hiiVeU-i-n plai-nl ill 111 ImiuU,
iiikI Unit I "ill In-nt llii-rilliiuliii;ii.iiiiii pUrrs
ut the linn- In-Iiivv m I Inrtli, fur the piupnu-ol"
enll, clllltf the lue iir-lM inr
Ctuir( uck 1'nvlnei, dill A .Miiivhllilon'
atnre, Kehiimryai, l"3. ' ...
I tear Ciivk I'livlm-i, 11. A Kihniiii-'iii'a
tmr. IVhlimiJ -il, l-T.V.
'IIii-Ih-4 I'livinil, .1 (i lIulM'liijr lure, I i-li
'""until i'e I'lii-liH-lf Win In-liiiid'a line. IVIe
ruiirv 1.1. . .
Cimi'i Mmd I'lei-lnet, ii. (ini-nle1 imv,
fihrniiry-.il, 1-7:, .
DiiX'lnolli l'iwlm-1, .N. llnii!U-kev n hnlie,
Uiillv 1'ivi'luet, llmlK" A Allu-iliiii'" Imv,
.Maivh'l. I"7.V. ,
II.Kll'UlHIll I'livllirt.d'l-IIIKI-W . -Illll I lull'.
Miirrli-:, IC7.1. , , ,
llrini: your lut i-.ir' t.iv m-elpti.. It i mi
Mire lo Im! In tlie M lunik ilium- lor tl J rni-
tiuiM uf IhihI.
I .M i.i i, 111 , .liiiiiurrU, 1m.
' AI.KX. II 1UVIV,
l.M-l -1 1-wtI IHitilct 1,'ullnliil'
Cfntrally Located, Elegantly Furnished,
Thu Commercial Hotel of the City,
C1AMOIIIV n n ion- tliuti u .ulietiluli- fur
Caatiivull. It la tlicouly Nit artWi-in ex
lutwicr wlilrh U Ui to rvmilats the liowala,
cm wlwilcullo anit iirmlucc niitunil akvp. It I
iiUwuiit to Ukc. t'tilMri-il litvl lint i-ry ui.it
liiullun in) t7-My
Spend Your Mony
thai you vril get It all brui In ml aolM rom
fcrt, by InrfHtiinjt It In onti or our
I'aniouv fr Klvlnar out a VTonil-rflilly Stronx,
l'luvMint anit Unlfonn Ilrnt at a
Small Cost of Fuel.
fcaTSimplo in conRtruction, easi
ly mannged, cnrofully mndo of tho
very best mntorials, always has
flrat-rato draft, and guaranteed to
givo satisfaction ovorywhoro and
under nil circumstances.
Hzoclilor Maufaotnrinc Company,
012 nnd 014 N. Haiti St. St. Loula, Mo.
O. N. HUGHES,
Over Mathusi & Uhl'i.
NONK but l iul C'l:i' t.uinuniJ m-lt
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Dunk Building, up-itairl,
The Olileat EutnblUhoil Avtenoy In South
ern Illinoia, reprosentinir over
(385 0 00,000.
ST. JOHN'S and
Ordoru for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
taV-To largo consumora and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAir.O CITY COAL COMPANY.
t'-ll i!ll.i; ilm.'a oltlfr. No 70 Ohio !.em-llj-lHIllil-i
j-'.t I.KJ-itlnn .Vllllii, ,il-fc3-VI
Ihe leal I lump, loot of Thirty-Hlght
.- v'iii nuirr t)iMi-r, am
Coal and Wood Yard.
OOMMBnCIAIi A. VENUE.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
KKIT i-iiiKtaiilly on ham! at Hia' Yanl.
l.'uinni'H-Ul tiiii, mipoiltc IIioii
ilnlt-u promiillT llllnl
(.'mil ami wiiott lUlliniil fticnf cUnp
Tcrma atrlcliT chh. SU-lO-flniU
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
Til M-ll VU. I II.V-K'.- ItUClPKUl Or, I.V.
VOHM.VTHlN roll KVKItTIIOUT, la rrt-ry
nmatr in 111, l nlliil fltaloa an (.'aiiaitja I.n
larpilhy th I'nbliilii-r to MA pmie. It
loin iiviT'i,00Hhi'4iolilrMltti, anil i auUail
to all flfci- ami KOnJillon. of toetrtj A
womlarrnl aooa, anrt a hon.thoht uwwailj
lla al alabt. Uraalol luaucnii ar w
CUwt tu Iwiik titnl sJaiuvUwiiU ao tr
nuU. lHt lial. fur W. tjiy