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tlRI) BUSINESS 'HOUSES.
ffAtfXiTjr lmilaNM can hare AimMMB
crm, fa this eohuna uAiMr appropriate Beadtaf
tthacaw at . c aioalbsr AU per year
1 MiHn. lltlH uA TLB Ware. 1
a. uiu vrlta.liafttnA.Ttiiad Hi!
ue, Uitdu vul kknuvt' JnpUBtnU. Win
joode, , lUArlgeratore, fmr u4
1" CoaiMrciml Arcane. 4atttriBl, Bad V
Or, daae M chert Butlte.
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"'.I'. S.iltOifiV-lllthn tad oftlwn-
aHaa. liili and avffaeed
lumU7liiV iT ikijilU.. fit tad yard
irnr Tweniitl1r UHl WfWlUaato IVeWt
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. IACAgTg HK-k-DeeJira In
I - tinl BMrl AitA ltinilrftr i
orner 17th Street.
b. HiiuYUAN IxcUr la Uuemewere, Toje.
Uuipe a all article v( faacy utiilrt. Cownier-
SM aveauo, coracr wa even.
WttfJAlf : WINTK.lt-.,! ith elreet betweiA
frcaAMrotatAveeae " wxaitioa win
Cletklaa- m lankMl Tallerlaf
JOHM AMXRIH -Hcnbanl Tailor nd deeler
la KfMf Mao miiama;. iiuimk.
vji BMAl Eat AseAClee.
II. J. HOWUT-ibal KeleU Aeat. 'Buys
aaa atlU rmi MtiH, eulleoU recite, pays Ae
rfiaBoa-rMMaDU.ato. Commercial Yau,e-
I were N tola aadTtataetreeu. -
Caaa aataatxi Bfee-ekaciU.
AjMO aaa JODBCCa linun prw-
irietoca ,e tba ft
U6 4 1-4 cWaaim
ttaa renAere' 'looeore narcowiM,
iitniTMT.', . '
I; ticaerel forwerelBg aa4 Ceumieiiea
uierohut. fur tae eale of rerea, AlerdcB, Or-
ilard ad Dairy frodace. eupliio Lw.
Ji A . W HKSLOCK A CO.
Tj OfMrai VorwerdiM aad CommlisloB
UiMk-iukBU. asd dealers la ail kind of fruit tad
frodoca. MOhlo Lent. taeifBBaU Uo-
BATUEDAr;NoTemler 17, 1177.
Mr. Faaiat M. 1111
Witt mGdicaied baths, would InTlta the
Mtaattoa o the sick, and tlioae utferlof
with ohraola iSlmuet, ntnrona debility
stuftk)B of vital power, Deuraluia,
partly tla, lemale eomptainti, caUrrb and
&U UnporUk" of the Wood. Ber iyatem
at treaimrat U pleasant and toothing;
Mahoekaare given; tlte has been irtry
eueoeaaltil lor number of years, and
tfa doft not hesitate to warrant a cure,
whet there Uany eoftgtlintion to build
upoa;;'-''1-'-'- -; '
i BtkvisgengaglU batb-roomi of Dr.
Alter 6o TentJj street, between Waahlni;
too Avena and Walnut street, where
ab will at all time take ft-mt pleasure
in attendance on patient. Nor- 7-1 a .
C0L81NQ OUT AT COST J
llrs. C. Mcl-ean desired to annonnse to
tw pubiie that six baa determined, to
. fclWl put her large and elegantly assorted
atoakf'olAllLLlXKlil' .GOODS, IncU
dlsf adtes' FURSISU1N0 60QDS ol
' nearly wrT deriPtlori USDEIU
f qa, ikxbikkt, ttc ith a vj
large iisortaient ol Ladles', MUaes' and
rhll4ra,l flHOEii, all of wlikb must be
soid within the next
jUCoefc Now Is the time lor ladies to
buy Hats, and eery thing else to the
AtiUlniery lnav Vi. i, ..'.TV'.'...'...'"- t
tor A old biUi mast be setUed at
A, .or. ibey will be pu out for col-
Jwtlon. . .
tri ; MUS, Cr McLEAN.
-A faafplAia words to tbaFaMla, wko
is UtomAtAd whaa nAklagr thalr sar
cbaaaa for to Fail ab4 WiaUr, espat
UUr BaoU aaA lAoaa, thAt thay eb
talAUair "mM7'A worta." TaIa thay
ra anUUad to, no mot er And the
iMnlry- with tham la, wneracAA we
tnda AMt atlafeatorUy." Thia atayba
bmwbm4 At A. BlAok'e, th City Ibaa
tar. lAQ.OammtrclU ATano , far the
A4aasaiAAT raaaasA ;
lAt. tmay aatb tha UwawaA AAaartniant
stavt staok in SMthaTat XUinola, whioh
is aJajla to aiaet the waW of every one.
S4. They hy ab1 roat stAnufAoturarA,
m4 m joMen--tAemy obtaiBiu the
M,kS. aUAoaaA. ttay varcAAOA Ur
A, aaU edTaet tha Urcait AAaiaaaa in
aatAaiB XUlaoie. they sBAAAcato deao
t AAABWfWttyely aabaII axpana-hAT-.
iaWMAAtatAe amplcyAaa or miliars te
bbbajI tbeas aad an AoataatA wlUi aie4-
esUeflts. -. : . 1 u
t Thin therefore offer to tha pnbUe and
"Mtreaa raAarally the opportonRy thaae
s4r AAtAcaa Afford them of pttreAAaiaA
I UbU boots aad ahoaa darlAA tha fall and
.plater by thaslntla pair a tha sam
Miaa tka aaaaa aM aiw. baM (
arkAHaaie, mm4 At laaat is par seat
I MB IkAA) AAA) BA AAl ky AAy AtkAV
mi tka Hy. We aaart tkat we
are Able to tkls, aaA aa we Are aaa.
I am M set) BWA4U far Ska wBltadi
kaaAfll AAraalTae aaV1 pabrie we
rSM tka as SIM aaaaa axtrAarAiBBry
SBWrAtaa. FeMPSkAraAAAet as wUI 4w
pumu AAiy aaaaa Attetedi as is aiak
m kaaae l tkte eU at vlelattty as 16
Mff AASWtAAA SfcAM StMy AAll SArAAS At.
. jUi mr AapArtasoaita am eampUta,
HBieirrir1 rreek, aasAAAAbU mm
ASyllAk (AAA. . Tka BpaetAllSaa la
AAAAA kAkt AklTky HA AM red
"as croat kArffAlBra.tAatwAtAv av IaaatA
Haalar ibjumihi1 IaaHaa sha1 kaya'
' AUk ABAkreMered; tlvpere for, ike
BLACK'S CITS SIHSNS. WSWBM.V
y; a rAAWJerAtAarewie.
-'nit -i .
!-. 1 1 mm turn
llpjgtgyour bolldlng materia
' olLAAoAstArAlBjoe, TUey aretdltoglum
" er. lit mipprlees;i large amount of white
. ', . oonataitly on haid., We tell pl shin
luallt.76 per thousand; sawed cedar
" " r.AU at at aiAsnUeachJ white pine floor
ing" at $11,90 Pr thousand; pine aiding
. At SIojOO peruoutana. xry your iucn
,,! n ,i aAttae.
' The torceat and moat complete assort-
!. ment el Trusses, Shoulder Breees, Back
fiiipporters, Rubber yrlnaJi, ete. etc,, te
: - be Mun4' Soutbera fjUlneia t mueb
' ieae than aauaI'pHom, h Fboenlx Prut
tJtftrt, corner Mrh atreel and Cotneaerolai
ft - "l
-Only $1 60 for a lerer eJoek, la Ane
rosewood or walnut cie, and warranted
for one year,- Edward A. Budea-'e,
oner of Eighth street and Waablngtot
1 1 - ,A
.. . . I-Atal kkarS-aiopB.
I r-tdwardx A.JJudor, corner Waihlng
ton ayenue end 8th street, sutabllsued in
thU city In IS91, is prepared to make all
styles oi jewelj-y on short notice, (CaQ
and see some of (he new work just tar
Ished. f ; ' I ( 31-lMw
1 he Utreat slock and most beautiful
detilgns of flilyer TJated ware ever
brqugt to this city, now to be found at
the old and reliable house ol Edward A.
Budcr, corner Eighth 'street' and Wash
ington arcnue. ' IMMw.
i .S ; '; LiUV.: '
"foep O'Day alarm" clotkg.tlie moU
perfect and conyenlent time keeper in the
market. Will go In any position, and Is
a steD winder. At Edward A. Budur's,
corner Washington avenue and Eighth
street V v. IMMw.
" ' .- ;
"Peep -O'Day Alarm" clocks, in
nickel cases, at $3.80. They are stem
winders, will go In any position and are
the .moat beautiful and convenient time
piece td be found. Call at Edward A.
Bader's, corner of th street and Wash
ington avenue, and tee the largest stock
ofclouktla thecity. ,, ,, .
r-If your time piece la out of order.do
not entrust it to an Inferior workman
who will probably permanently Injure
and fiTsjin Its value. Edward A. Budcr,
orkav 8tU street and Washington ayenue,
employes oaly competent and experienc
ed workmen, and guarantees satisfaction.
That monster turtle ordered by Har
ry Walker, has arrived, and now every
lover of turtle soup la Invited to call at
the Crystal saloon every evening at nine
o'clock. Harry knows Just how to pro
parean A, No. 1 dish of soap, and wants,
his friends to come and try it 1 1-18-1 w
AH the highest grades ol Watches, at
Edward A. Buder's corner ol 6th street
and Washington avenue. Bis- stock Is
completend composed otgold and nilvrr
cases, stem and key winders, American.
Swiss and English manufacture, and will
furnish at the .very lowest possible fig
ures. Compare his prices before pur-
chaslna elsewhere. lMl-lw
-Children cry for Pitther'e Ckstorla.
It is as pleasant to take as honey. . It
contains no morphine or other deleter
lovs ingredient, and is sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
bowels and stomach, and overcomo Irri
tation cauaetk by rash or cutting teeth.
Mothers can rest, and children enjoy
health, who use Castoria. It Is harm
less, it la certainly speedy, and it
The annoyance occasioned by the
crying of the baby, at. once ceases when
the cause is (as It should be) promptly
removed ' by i using Dr. Bull's baby
syrup. 2 cents per. bottle.
lite Cenlaur Liniments are the irreat-
est remedies ever discovered for all flesh,
bone and muscle aliments bites, bruises,
swellings, burns, rheumatism, stiff joints,
etc. What the White Liniment does tor
the human family, tho Yellow Liniment
does tor horses and animals. They are
cheap, they are convenient, and they are
certain In their effects. ' 1 1-1 1 1 3 w
Be on time. For prevention is bet
ter than cure. All eoughs and colds and
such aflecUons of the throat and lungs as
lead to comeumption are cored by Dr.
Bull's cough syrup. .
" TkA Wlaeat af rreAAHtlOBS.
Of precautions, the wisest Is that which
Is taken against disease.. There is fafoty
in timely medication; great peril in delay.
One malady often begets others far more
dangerous, and if it does not, any abnor
mal condition has a tendency, if unremeN
died, to become chronic and obbttnate.
Trifling disorders of the stomach, liver,
bowels or urinary organs may speedily
develop into formidable maladies. Check
them at the outset with Hostetter's Ston
ach Bitter, which, although It Is won
derfully effective in overcoming disorders
of long standing, Is, like any other med
icinal preparation, more advantageous is
the Infancy of the maladica to which it is
adapted than after tbey. have become
chronic Among these are dyspepsia,
liver complaint, constipation, intermit
tent and remittent fevers, gout, rheumat
ism, nervous and general debility, and
urinary troubles. The Bitters are a cap
ital appetizer, induce sound repose, and
oennteract the efiecU of fatigue and ex
1 a FallarA Kaawa. .
Tnere is no case on record wnere Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
kflorebound has failed to give satisfaction.
On the other band, whenever it has been
used by bur people, in severe colds,
coughs, ' asthma, bronchitis, , croup,
whooping-cough and consumption, they
are enthusiastic in Its praise. Containing
no opium or other dangerous drug, it
does not constipate, and la safe to admin
ister In all conditions of health. This Is
an Important announcement, and the suf
fering are advised to heed it. Trial size,
10 cents; large sizes, 60 cents and One
Dollar. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Trof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take anu requires no
physic. Price 25 oente. Try It.
Tke ITew Dlacese.
. For the information of our Episcopo
liat friends in this city wo publish the
followlne: programme, which we dip
from the Springfield State Sgiiitr: ' "At
the meeting ol the primary convention-,
December 18th, the following will be
substnntially the order oi services, busi
ness, &o.: " '
1. Opening serviced including sermon
aad holy communion, at 10:20 a.ra.
'1. (Iraranizatlon of the convention. And
Ihe ilecttolot the usual diocesan ntrlcers.
IncraoiAfr ' secrstAry, traaAurtr, standing
eommittee, trustees of the diocese, chan
oellof, registrars, ' board; 01 missions,
board of eqoallxaiion, en4 deputise to
8. Athort. servtoeat 7:34 p.m.. after
which the reetorof the parish wilt rive
a reception at the rectory to the ,blsl
and eitrlosi aad lay delegates. .
! ' I . . .
1. Morning prayer and litany af 10
a. ui., after which the convention will
araln proceed to business and elect a bl
loop, the clergy nominating and the laity
confirming or rejecting the nominations
by orders. - . .
The choir ol St. Paul's church under
Siq direction of the rector as precentor.
Is making special preparations for the oc
gallon, and it Is expected the music will
tut lrinA.aotwA " -f
i 'A -X 1. r I '
Dborly will probably return to-
1 The road between Mound City and
Cairo are almost impassible. - , .
Mrs. and Miss Fisher, of Cobden, are
visiting at the residence of .ion. LImbert,
' Tired of the electioneering and insur
ance business. W," F. Pitcher, Esq.,
U traveling In tho south for a iliort time-
Tmln-M ister Seym ore of the Illinois
Centra railroad, has' been promoted to
assistant division superintendent.
, -The whereabouts of WaUer Wliltta
ker was a mystery for a (ow days until
information was gained to the effect that
he bad taken his departure for Xew
Circuit court will convene to-day
when motions lor new trials In a nurai
ber of cases will bo argued, alter which
an adjournment will be bad' until court
la course." f. , ' ' '
. : t r v . r
A meeting of the Ladles' Tcmperanco
ileform Club will be held at tho ware
house at 3 p. m. to-day. The object cf
the meeting is to complete the organiz
ation of the club. Let nil attend.
-Clem oung who was tried yester
day bfore Judge Bird on a charge of
iorgerywas acquitted. We understand
that he is again in buck, however, this
tlmo on a charge of obtaining money un
der lalee pretenses.
Dr. Bcynolds, accompanied by Mr. S.
P. Wheeler, Btv. llr. George and others
went to Villa Ridge lust night, with the
view of organizing a temperence dub
Anotlier party Is now on the tapis.
The Excelsior Social and Literary Socie
ty are sparing no expense and trouble in
preparation for the event. It will take
placj at the St. Charles on thanksgiving
night and invitations will be out in due
A 'lted Ribbon Saloon" will be the
next sensation. It will be the saloon ck
the corner of Division, and Washington,
opposite the court house. Its front will
be painted red, and red ribbons will
grace the handles of glasses and the necks
One of the boys was seen coin? up
the levee Saturday In rather a noticallt
state of mind, and when asked the occa
sion of his serene appearance, remarked
that he came to Cairo a day or two since
with some fifty dollars in currency , a gold
watch and chain, and a new suit ol
clothes. He got "on it," and ho usual
In eighteen hundred and sixty tour
the late A. B. Saflbrd took out with the
Equitable assurance society of New
York, a policy on bis life for $2,000. The
policy by his death became a claim, and
yesterday Mr. E. A. Burnett, agent
(or the company at Cairo, paid the amount
of the policy and be vex hundred axo
pohtv two 4-1-100 dollars (742-41) ad
ditional on account of additions by divi
dends, making a total payment ol twen-
TV-SEVEX IICXDRED, FORTY TWO 4-1-100
dollars on a two thousand dollar policy
In 13 years.
The following are the letters remain
ing uncalled for at the postofflce at ( 'airo,
Illinois, Saturday, November 17, 1S77:
Allen, Ada; Ankf rman, Lizzie; Ander
son, is. J.; Bryant, saia; ucdgoou, f an
nle; Boner, Fannie; Clarkson, Nice;
Drape,. Louise; Dowel, Nanclc; Ellis,
Ann Barret; Frost, Margaret A.; Foxby,
Julia; Hall,' Maggie; Howard, Ellen;
Hampton, Cora; Hogan, Fllle;
Harrington, Betsey; Jones Vlckey;
BanCfeEUen; Morse, Lottie; Mealie, An
nie; Norton, Mabel; Peppers, Mary;
Robson, Helen; lilchle, Lizzie; Sbarpe,
Ellen; Spaulding,. Mrs. B.; Taylor, F.;
Towers, Margaret; Williams, Julia;
Williams, Hannah; Wales, C; Weil, E;
Ausley, J A; Anderson, J A; Anders
son, Jerry; Allsap, Thomas; Bailey, Mr;
Burns, Frank; Bradey, P W; Caliban,
Dennis; Childers, F W; Coyle, J P; Cor
bin," J Br Deeblc, It W; Ellis, Geo W;
Evans, John; Fullcrton, J M; Freeland,
Gilbert. 11. F.; Grlfflans, Fred; Garner,
G. P.; llurd, Mr.; Hall, B.; Hills, E. B.;
Ilaynes, Jno.; Harris, Matt; Lower, Ed
ward; Lavefly, Tony; Moore, Cbas.;
Minicr, Geo.; McCarthy. II. W.; Miller,
Jas.; Martin, J.; Manning, .1, S.;
Moore, W. S.; Osterwald, Chas.; Philips,
J.; Stone, E. H.; Sloan, G. X.; Stephens,
J. II.; Scagg, J.; Spencer, N. W.; Sad
rdl, Martin; Thomas, J. P.; Valentine,
II. L.; Williamson, C. It.; Wheeler, Eu
gene; Wheeler, hnas; worth, uenry.
Persons calling for the above will please
Qeo.,W,McKiaio, P. M. ,
, . . A v.
noaaU City I tenia.
From th, Pulukl Patriot .1
The Villa Bidge correspondent of
the Patrit sayjl;; "Mr.! W. 8. Morris, ol
Cairo delivered an excellent1, lecture, be
fora the Young Folk!' Literary Sodet
on Thurs4ay venlng (ast; Subject, flttv
A. follock & Co. commenced remov
ing the machinery fromtlicjr mill near
Pulaski to-day' and' will l6nlp it to' Mis'
sourl where they have purchased a large
tract of timber land.
Coit.Cpi;ecor Wifspnaa eolact?
ed eighteen hundred dollars back tax
this year; the heaviest collection or tho
kind ever made In this county. Robert's
quiet but pertWant work dofll . " f.1
, ( i'he permanent quarters of the Mound
City Red Klbbon Reform Club will bo In
Hunt's Hall on Mtln atroet, opposite the
Mound City Hallway depot. The regu
lar meeting night will be Wednesday
The Foreman Stave Company, cou
nting of Janc4 C'lcmson, George G.
If orris and Cupt. Jobk JL' W berry, cap
Ual 10,000, filed articles of Incorporation
last Friday at Springfield There are no
better or aaler business men In Southern
Illinois than Clcrason and Worrts, and we
suppose the captain has planted a small
nest-egg where It will do most good.
Tuesday, morning Iwo nun came
across the river from Kentucky in a skiff
and one of them had a very good gun
worth fifteen or eighteen dollars which
be offered for three dollars and a half,
and finally sold it at that price and look
the train around by the Junction to Cairo
About dusk two other men came over
rom Kentucky looking for that gun and
the bird who stole it.- They got the gun
but fhe man who paid out his $3 50 think
it a poor speculation.
Squire John W. Carter and Police
Magistrate George Mortz together with
the County Work, canvassed the vote of
ulaskl county last Friday morning, and
tho result dedarcd was majority tor A.
M. Brown, County Clerk, 177, majority
lor Daniel Hogan, County Clerk, 491; ma
jority for E. B. Olmsted, Commissioner,
250; majority for John Weayer, Assessor
and Treasurer, 281; majority for S. A.
Col well, Superintendent ol Schools, 67.
While Mayor Frlganza and bis son
William were at the temperance meeting
Tuesday evening, his dwelling was en
tered and robbed of his overcoat, a ronnd
cased clock, a gold locket presented to
Billy by his mother, and a pair of gold
spectacles. The drawers in a bureau
were rifled and tilings generally over
hauled and left in such contusion that
the mayor can hardly tell Just what his
oss is. At three o'clock the same night
Mr. John A.JWaugli was awakened ry
some one at his window, and It behooves
every person to keep an eye ; to wind
; M; HOMICIDE.
A Fatal Shooting- Affray At Jort JefTsr-
The Ballard county Alews of the 10th
gives the following particulars of tl:e
shooting of Charles Louis by Bircli Glenn
at Fort Jefferson a few days since:
Last Thursday nigbtat about 7 o'clocx,
at Fort Jefferson, Birch Glenn shot and
killed a Canadian named Charles Louir,
rom all accounts i.ouis was a very
iinrrelanmA mull, and one whom it was
Imposeible to get along with peaceably,
lutnrn inniwr Glenn and Ldius had a
settlement, and after supper Louis went
to Glenn's nouse wnere ue noarueu, anu
used bad language, sang obscene songs,
and was cutting up the very "Old Nick"
generally. After this thing had been go
ing on tor an tour uircu wuikwi uuu
told Louis that he must make less noise;
T nms ot thia mnmpnt hnd atked a voun&r
boy who was standing In the room, to
sing, but wlio rciuseu; i.ouis men saw
when a bird won t sing ne must, oe maue
in atnor anil an Rlanned him over. He
then made a dash towards Glenn, who
retreated backward with tho intention et
passing out of the door, bnt soon saw that
l . miia nrnnlil have liim within his ITftfln
hefnrw hn eould reach the haven ot saietr.
and so Glenn reached for a shot gun
which sat by the door and waa loaded
with hneV- ihot and as l.ouls was within
one foot of hiro, fired. Tho shot entered
his right tide and went through to his
heart, ue never spoKe a worn aiier Be
ing shot but died instantly. He was a
rnhnt niftn. wei?hinor some 223
pounds, and was the terror of Fort Jef
Hiroh CAenn. who done the sbootlnzJs
imnr(itsA hov nf about 18 rears
and weighs probably 130 pounds, and
when wo take tninjrs, as wen as an
others, we think the jury will find that
he was Justified in the shooting of this
To the Editor of the Bui.lxun :
A controversy has arisen in the news
papers ot the eity as to the right of those
who have signed the pledge ot absin-
ence from the use of intoxicating liquors
at Mr. Reynolds' meetings to partako of
the Christian communion. 'lhc
more serious fact seems to be lost sight of
that those, or at least a portion of those,
who denounce tho persons who
traffic la ardent spirits are
themselves as grocers selling
Intoxicating drinks by the pint, and even
less quantity, to any, a"nd all who de
sire to purchase it without asking quesi
tions as to it uses. It the effect of the
crusade is to transfer the liquor traffic
from saloons (hell holes) to grocery
stores, then does It not seem that the at
tempt to raise the standard of temperance
had better be abandoned?
ilrietly Cboleo, rawcy Bnttar. -
Will receive to-day a consignment of
"Ruston s" gilt edge butter. All selec
tions in caddies and tubs, 17($22c. net.
Will receive reguiany and promptly
hereafter. Each packago warranted,
Call and be convinced, ,
S. R. Wilson,
it 81 Ohio Levee.
iBtermittem rover '
Is so common iu the country as scarcely
to need comment. The causes which
produce it are such as cold, irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmauo exnaiauons,
ite."Ifl larire cities where edsre tools
and agricultural Implements are manu
tacturcd, the grinder protects his lungs
Irom the injurious enecis or mo uust
flvinA Afl thA irrindstone bv weariitgr a
ItttM'tafoi? fThecoal mlierere B,
lf 0 ahffsf iA proviues iiimaou; witn-'a
sJrstv lamn to suard anlnst flre-d'am n.
Now It Is equally necessary for those
who are brought in contact with any of
theeauses leading to intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
gtuut It, tiie )KHagtomach'tlttera.
-.-r - Ar1
. Jnst redoived 2,000 lbs. of Hams, which
we offer to the the retail trade for 10 cents
Bef,lb.'7J (3t) TKiW iesfltStoiUfc,
sio.NAt stBvick niroar. . ,
rr. I M,
Kulll... . ......
Keokuk.. .....H ......
Bcrgtani B'gnal ScTvk; U. 8. A.
Will 3. Hayes says he Is a Murphy and
h'i Meuis proud of it.
Captain Lea Crane is purser on the
LuuitvUU Coui itJuurnml, 15lh: Capt.
John W. Cannon has been a steamboat
builder for thirty-two years. He has ex
pended over $1,500,000 in the construe-,
tlon or water eraft, and has paid about
$HX).000 to insurance companies. He is
now engaged In building a boat whloh be
thinks will be the finest ever set afloat on
Western rivers,and "Uncle John" knows.
The shores of the Lower Ohio are
fringed with tlatboats from Cairo to this
city, while many are under way to their
voyage Souta The beautiful Chas.
Morgan, Capt. Alfred Stein, leaves for
New Orleans and all way points at 4
o'clock this afternoon. The reputation
ot the "Morgan Rattler" la too well est
ablished to need a word of praise from
us. itarry good-looking Harry Stein
Is In the otfioo. and not married yet. He-
uivuiuer wo Morgan tosuay.
The Jno. L. Rhoads has 700 tons tor
The C. B. Church maila liberal a.1,11
I tions here and cleared for New Orleans
The river is falling a little.
The J. I). Purkir was due last night at
Wlleoz and Ike TrcBaonl lloaee
The following Irom the Omoha Herald
concerning the Tremont House, Chlca
go,will be read with pleasure by the many
friends ot Jewette Wilcox, in this city:
Chicago has gained the reputation of
having tint tlnest hotels In the world,
and no one who has visited the Garden
City and taken a irlance at a few ot them
can doubt that the reputation is well
earned. The young Western city has in
this , as in a hundred other lines, led the
world. Among these magnificent hotels
the Tremont House Is among the first.
ranking therefore as one of the finest
hotels in the world. The Tremont House
is a marvel. The handsome engravings
ot that giant pile which are so often
to be seen in hotels and business
places throughout the country, carry no
fair idea or the wonderful structure, or of
the complicated but perfect mechanism
dv wuicn me nouse la carried on. The
great general who presides over the
army ot employes, an army the maaaze-
mem oi wnicn requires as much rood
judgment, energy and tact as would be
needed to handle nrtv times the number
of soldiers, Is Mr. Jewett Wilcox, mana
ger. All the machinery of the house is
so concentrated that Mr. Wilcox has his
anger on every part ot lt,and in an instact
can regulate anything which is going
wrong. Mr. Wilcox's captains are four in
number, Messrs. Frank Wentwoath, F.
L. Swift, and Bernard Frazer. clerks:
and O. D. Miller, book-keeper. No one
wnonasever stopped ac tne Tremont
House for a single night can forget the
courtesy, the attention, the good nature,
and the skilful management ot these
men, the elegantly furnished and com
tor-table rooms, the splendid fare served
up ai tne lame.
The Tremont House Is worthy a visit,
if only for the sake of seeing how a great
Chicago house is eondueted.
Wood Working Bfaeklqery Far Bala
One Plainer and Matcher, one Heading
plainer, one Surfaccr and one Glgsaw
machine, fofwliicU I will take lumber In
payment. For terms apply to
24-lm James Bell, Ullin, Ills.
- Beer! Brer!! Beer!!!
Cha. Phiferling has on tap and is
dolly In receipt ot fresh Pilsener beer of
the rarest quality; also C. Wlndlsb, Mulil
banner & Bros., Clnclnnatl'beer which Is
acknowledge to excel all others, l'llller
ling extends a cordial invitation to all his
friends, 11-17-1 w.
French quarter striking clocks,
Ithica calender, Seth Thomas, Automa
ton and Musloal clocks at greatly reduced
prices, at Edward A. Buder's, corner
Eighth street and Washlnton avenue.
Ladies will find at Edward A. Bu
der's, corner Eighth street and Washing
ton avenue, some beautiful and stylish
presents for gentlemen, Just received. An
Inspection of bis goods before purchasing
elsewhere, will probably prevent after
A FEW OF THE PRICES AT
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
14th AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 lb Amber C. Sugar $1 00
10 lb N. Orleans " 1 00
1) lb Rio Coffee 1 00
3i lb White Sugar 1 00
4 lb Soda .'. 25
4 Boxes Matches 23
Starch, per pound . 03
6 Bars Soap..... 25
Coal Oil. per gallon 25
And all other goods very cheap.
Also, just received, a choice lot ol Pure
Spices, Mustard, English Tablo Sauce
Call and see us". 24-Ot
Violin strings, guitar strings, pegs,
bridges, bows and other musical material
to be had at Edward A. Buder's, corner
8th street and Washington avenue. He
hits Just increased his stock of these
goods, and now has the most complete
assortment to be found In the south or
west. 4 11-U-lw
A New BkArduaar HaAeer '
Mrs. Gaffney has taken charge of the
large bouse at the corner of Seventh
strict and Washington avenue, where
sho will conduct a boarding house. She
Is refurnishing the house throughout
with excellent furniture, and Is now
ready to receive boarders and entertain
them in first-class style, giving to lliem
all the comfort and convenience that
could be desired. Mrs. Gaffney has had
manyyeareexperlence In boarding house
and hotel management, and feels oonfl
dent that sho is capable and able to give
better accommodations for leu money
than any other boarding house In the
city. She seneiis a snare ot puouo pat'
"WE SHTT ,T..: rjr,
HOLD THE 181
with our garrisons dressed In tut balght of fashion toed goods aad WaU' au4A.eeek
mandid by oldisnsral Square Dealuif, dressed la all bit glory, ; -'.rr ,.; . .
Look at our Soldiers Dressed in the aoablast of goods, Uokiag like they U4 Mi'rk'
turned rrom "draw-parade." Mot a misfit not a garnuat soiled aot mi Is. rfl at I a
rip to be sssnaot a button wanted. 77.
Trtasury and Commissary full far time eternity. Kvsry thing Is all aApptaest,
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Look At OurJesiegers
Lad on by that mast ancient fraud, "Sing Shoddy," and followed by m dlsortAkisM
host, in number, Un to ono-dresaed la obe.p roods el the King's own Ajaaif.eiAre-.
Shmdov. Hot a flt-coats a la Josapa-paals short eaouah Tl iki'il
purpoies-seams open and buttons BoAree-auaost unknown. TaA
moths seemed to - have bad a real loUy tia Treaawy aa4
Commissary empty and no hope of replenishing until tha Fort la taken. Ho aam aetkey
nave been battling at our fortress lor time Immemorial, but not a single advtateaAAaa
been gained, but deserters van be counted by tae thousand, fttul the tgat geaetoftYai
on wbeshall win? . .. t
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Tht Lord tells us to believe la that which is good ; aad if the Lord is for ue, wba tak
beagaloituar . .. .. .
To the readers of the Bulletin: Buy good goods well-made, aad have a full BoeW
Remain in the rort, Have nothing to do wlta "ihoddf goods, for yen wlU alwave bo
we keep cothing, but good goods well-made la our house. No "sheddta Mkgst kl
us at any price.
Wa Intend to and live and die In the "Voit." , .. i
PHGNIX DRUG ST
oriier 18th Street 6c OomVJ Avt.C3
I Havo Opened an Entire) Vow Itook f '
And Toilot sartlolcD, : '
To Whloh I Call tho
fear"! will make the accurate comncnndlAA of nkvaieUaa
W M M
Is Preferred to all Others : ; '
lit. They are eudeol the beet "WAMHUTTA" KUetlN.
ihi. Uaeouie are three ply aad made of the beat liaea, eaeh ly befog gaaraatBSs tt H all
ilril, They are made onl r br capable aad experienced heAdj, aad ate AsieSAl! v "-'
are uneurpaeeed by any outer ia werkButathip. v. .- mmr'
4th. XtaeyejwgaarauteedtolteAdalvesAUeBKUoAiBeTeryparUettlAi. '"-'
Try Them and bo Ctonvinocd I V
DfiALEK IN v,-
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Oarpeti
124 CM3mEIlCIaUA AYEBUIZ.
Edward A. Buder, corner of Wash
ington avenue and 8th street, la getting
new holding goods every day. Call and
see them. 11-ll-lw
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Belter building, where he is
better prepared than ever to Accommo
date hie patron and the public whe
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
be has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. Be em
ploye only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to In style and will receive
courteous treatment t
A choice lot lust received la mall and
large packages. H.Lbishton,
tf 64 Ohio Levee.
COME AHD SEE 13 1
. I am now offering my entire
stock of j
ft tka Sea! Thirty Bays
A IMtni I quit tht MttiM, I
PARTIES IN SEARCH OF BAB
GAINS SHOULD NOT FAIL TO ' ,
fJlVK ME A CALL. ' '
L W ALDER,
Cor. Oth Street and Ohio Levee.
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