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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN": SUXPAV MOUSING, MAY 12 187S,
y a sMiTir.jn., m. d.
Office ami Rcsldcncf;
Tin. il TH1BTKEXTH STREKT. CAIRO. Il-f.
1 W. DUNNING, M.I).
Ofllr and ReIdcnri ;
KFt('P. N". V. cor. fltlh at., near Ohio I.evep,
l;t;MIKNt'K-Coni.T Walnut nl Ninth .Irnli,
J )U. W. C. JOCELYN.
OITK'E-Elirlith Street, near Commercial Avenue,
j)It. K. W. WHITLOCIy,
Opikt No. :V, Commercial Avenue, hctween
Eii;!i:h and NinlU Streets.
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth t.
J IXEO.VHJs LANSDEN,
Attorn ey r-a tL.a w.
orriCE No. 11-! Commercial Avenue.
A X X 0 1' N ( KM KXTS.
4?U'o are authorized to announce JOHN .
HAllMAN. of Alexander Coiinty. a a candidate for
Clerk, of the. Appellate Court. Fourth Dlnlrlrt, Illi
nois, subject to the decision of the Democratic con
vention culled to meet at Ceiitralla. Mav 10. 17S.
Jf We are authorized to announce . A. 1).
VVILIIAXKS. of Washington County, an a candidate
fir Clerk of the Supreme Court, Southern (iriiiid
IMvlsion, IllinoU. subject to the decision of thu
Dciiioi rnt'r, miiiitiintl 111; convention, to he held at
Ccmra'.ia. May 1. ITS.
;sVe on; authorized to announce 1IAHDIN
CA"K. of Curlyle. Clinton County, a a candidate
fur l, rl;of the Appellate Court. Fourth District,
Di'iim's. subject to the declion of the Democratic
cciriv'ii;!oil called to meet at Cenlralia, May 111. 17.
;Ve are authorized to announce. W. V. Lb
Cl'.'VK, i.f Krlinhiiui County, us n candidate for
Clerk or the Appi'lh'tn Court. Fourth District. Illi
nois, -iiirj'Tt t I til" decision of the Demm rntlc Con
: railed to mi:-t at Cetitra'.ln. May ID. K.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
nly .Voruinsr Daily in Southern Illinois.
'iVFlt IAL r.U'KUOF TIIK CITY AXIl COUNTY.
Tiicro w:is ii mournful tilwenco of women
nr..l i '.liMp'ii ::oticc:i!i!c on the street yes
terday. The iiif-nic al isorlu-'l them.
lhMiiemliiT the dedication unl festival
of the Delta Fire coinjmny at their hull
AV'-u'.cKilay iiio!;t. It will lie tin enjovahle
Dr. Dunni:);; w;i credited in our issue
of j'-t' nlay with receivinjr one vote for
ty '"ii of the May. It should have l)een
4-C.' n H'tlie May."
Mr. O. Dersocher ship north thin
niorn':n;r some curly cnlihafjes and they
really are early at least three wc(k-i:i tid
Wj!:c: of the uim! season.
K.'v. I). P. French (Baptist) will
in-each at Tunicr Ifall at 11 o'clock This
motriny;. The puhlic ar : cordially invited.
S.iMmtli school at th.' same jilace at l)2'
We don't like the color of Mr. Tanner's
li' : ty pole; it is n sort of u mud -Mack,
and impart a sudnes and loom to h sur-
mundiriffs that is truly dispiriting. Vhy
not paint it a well, why was it painted at
Eleven cardonds eiynt hundred peo
ple is an extraordinary turnout tor a pic
nic almost wholly local. Yet these rlirures
correctly estimate the nunuVr pnrticipatin,r
in yesterday's affair.
This eveninj,', Rev. Dilhrn-Lee will
lecture at the Atheuoum on the mihjcct of
'David and Goliath;" the story philosophi
cally considered and practically applied.
There will, in consjuence, he no evening
seivice at the Church of the Redeemer.
Mr. Jolia Kane, onu of the keeer in
the ."S'lUthcru Peniteutiury at Chester, wan
in the city yesterday. He took two insane
jiwii"r from that Hint to Anna and
turned them over to the authorities of the
Insane Hospital. Ho returned to Chester
.Mr. John Gates informs us that on the
farm of Andy Xnw, near Santa Fe, thu
wheat hhides are all fallinjr otf from rust,
vl,i!e the Ktalkninaias sound. The orop
will siMain no ilama'e. This experience
H "'ins to lie universal with fanner in this
.j.ir n.i tMtem of rwi,m Stttnnrr;"
'Hirvij's Uvmiiiiscences of 'clstcr;"
-Twelve Miles from a Lemon;" "A tint JoV
Semp-ha;:;" "Lite f Geo. iVahiMly;" "Life
micl Explorations of David Livin;;tone,"are
iunoi.K the new Isiok at the Cairo I'ulilie
ThkIJi'I.i.ktin ivpresi ut ttive at (Slen
Kern yest-'tdey was Col. Illicit Lowery,
niel we re sure our reader will nri.,. M jt,
n tli-.t I.e iicrjuitt-l himself ctvditaMy.
His report, elmvvhere punished, i full i,nd
m i iiii t.;. and the k'cntlcinaii husiiur thank
i:ie of t!i"fci,tnres f the Glen Fern
ftlf; ir-Saii' Chicago ice cream and
lemonade (punters is, We )rw, omitted
iu tiie rejmrt t'uri-h..-l u. The omission
U tta Inadvertence. All nrce that Saup
in -t t il (l'ili,i:ids upon him and they wero
liy r.o lii-m Ineouslileilj. with thai
suavity of mi.nner and protnptneM which
have hoconi'! with hint a rule in the con.
tlurt i f hi husliie.
A ( iivuhtr dateil Carlondale, May 0.
signed Uy Mr. C. W. Jerome, rresident of
tin' !-ixtli District of tlif? State Sulil.ath
S'it -til Aweiatlon, notiJle the Suhlmtli
School worker in this district that the
State convention will nsseniltle nt Decatur,
May 21, 2 3 and S3. In puisuanccof thi
notification, ii muss meeting of the Sunday
Sch(Ml worker of Cairo will la- held at the
I'resltyterian Church to-nhjht to take such
action n may he deemeil necessarj and
projtcr in the matter.
The nampleti of. wheat on exhibition nt
tho City National hank yesterday were
gathered from nloiiKthe lines of the Illinois
Central and Narrow (!aue roads in thi
end of the State. They confirm the rcxrts
already published in these column a to
tho ihittcrinj,' pnwpiH t of the yield. The
damage from rust will Ihj of very little, if
nny, consequence, the specimen referred
to b.arinjjr out what i now beyond doubt
nn established fact that tho stalk of the
wheat are uninjured.
A special meeting of the Hibernian
Fire Company was held last niifht to ratify
the contract then pending between the
buildinff committee of the company and
Henry L. Kinnear ami Henry Duncker.
The contract is for ft,207.:i8 to complete
tho building accordinj; to plans and speci
Hcation, and it was ratified by tho meeting.
Tho Hibernian Fire Company is one of the
live organization of Cairo, and thi ven
ture speaks well for it condition and for
the judgment and enterprise of it member.
If some arrangement could be made
which would enable people along the line
of the Cain) and Yincennes road from, say
Carmi or Harrisburg south, to come to
Cairo, transact their business and return
hoo the same day, a good thing would
be done for Cairo, for the road, and for the
people mentioned. The officers of the com
pany by putting on such a train would de
serve and receive the gratitude of the pub
lic. The New Orleans, St. Louis and Chi
cago road runs such a train from the south
west of us into dim, mid it is found to
be of convenience :nd advantage to the peo
Tho young man who signs himself
"Amateur" iu a communication in this is
sue of Thk. Hn.i.KTiN has put himself
to a great deal of iiiin.v.'ary trouble either
through a lack of c mi;r tension, or an in
excusable carelessness in reading. lie at
tributes thoauthorshipof thearticletowhich
he attempts a reply to this journul. Itwasgiv-
en its propcrcrcdit--tho l'riiiter'sCircular-in
the few lines introducing it. 'While there
may possibly lie a question us to what con
stitutes an 'amateur" in printing, he fur
nishes in hi communication an indisputable
proof of In-ing a veritable 'amateur" in
his reading. The reply itself might be
worse for an "amateur."
It would be marvelous, indeed, if in the
temperance movement now agitating almost
every community in the land, , the latent
ember of poetic lire would not be set aglow
in nature of an emotional cast. The wi-iter
of the following lines who. in his youth,
evidently went hi pile on the "Mi-tail
nag," bus, iu Ida mnturer yeur, impliod tin-
melody of hi favorite song to verses of his
own composing, in aid of the greatest re
form of the time. We do not publish them
because of the beauty of their diction, the
rythmic (low of the lines, or the graceful
imagery of the poet; other poets have
covered the same ground, and it should
give uo ofFeiisc to our contributor to suggest
that some people would prefer thu efforts of
others to hi own. Atinished poem is not to
be had for the asking, and thi is not a
finished poem; but the sentiments con
veyed, although expressed in the form of
a paraphrase of a sporting ditty, come
out of the fullness of the heart and tho
emptiness of the head:
Am "Few Day."
Temperance now In all the io.
.lulu u! .1 ol ii u!
Kluu Alcohol to overthrow.
I'm Kduu to Join.
C'omu Join the temperance army.
Join us! Join u t
Cold water will not harm you.
All coniu and Join.
The l idlen with their voice sweet.
Join u.-: Join uk!
They help to make our club complete.
Who'll come and Join?
Come Join the temperance army,
Join Ui". Join uk.
Temperance will never harm yon,
All come mid Join.
You'd heller come and Join to nljjht.
. Join lit! Join n?
And show the world you dare do rlhl.
Tui Koin( tojuiu.'
Conic Join the tcinpcruiieo army.
Join us! Join us!
Hed million will not harm you;
. All come mid Join.
Then come, and to yourself he nood;
Join us! Join us!
You'd fi-el much hetter If yon would
All cuinu and Join.
Come and Join the temperance army;
Join un! Join us! .
Our bailee will not harm yon.
All come and Join.
We wi'ar oar hades on our clot hen.
Join us! Join us! t
The out of fashion on your me-e.
AH come and Join.
Come Join the temperance army;
Join us! Join us!
Our plodijes v 111 tiever liana yoa,
' AH come and Join.
Whisky now Is dnnigeroiia ftuf!",
Jul mis! Jolutis!
It's drained oarpmkets loin; enough.
I'm e,oliit to Join,
Come and Join the tciapvrimre army.
Jiria list Join us!
Temperance will never harm yoa.
All enmo and Jolu,
Foil Runt. Dwelling on Walnut street
below Seventh, contains eight good rooms.
M.J. IInwi.icv, Real Estate Agent.
TIIE EVENT OF TIIE SEASON.
A OIOIllOl DAV t SIIKHS I.N TIIK tll.KN VKllX
HC-NIC Til K J.AHOKST AFFAIII OF TIIK
KIM) KVKII KNOWS IX Till SKlTIO.N
KVF.ST AND INTIDF.NT OK TIIK OCCASION.
Yesterday was a big day for the Cairo
Temperance Reform Club. For several
week its members, assisted by n few out
aider ill sympathy with the temperanco
work going on here, have been preparing
for the grand pic-nie excursion of yesterday
to Glen Fern, on the Cairo and Yincennes
railroad, about thirty-nine miles ulsive
The preliminary work had been commit
ted to faithful hands. Capt. V. M. Wil
liams, J. 'F. Miller, 0. E. Olmsted, T. W.
Halliday, C. R. Woodward were apMinted
u committee of arrangement. The work
assigned these gentlemen could not have
been better done. To the indefatigable
Capt. Hilly Williams, the chairman of the
committee, the thanks of club, and all who
shareif tho pleasure of thi excursion, are
largely and specially due. He ha inces
santly labored from the commencement of
the enterprise to it close, ami now that it
ha been crowned with the highest success,
the meed of praise i awarded by all, and
by none more cheerfully than his assistants.
Long before the time appointed for the
departure of the train, tho people came
bearing huge basket of edible, ami soon
tilled beyond the seating capacity the six
coaclu-s set apart for the occasion. At
Mound city another coach filled with peo
ple from that place was added, and at
Fortnan, three open car with rudely con
structed seats were coupled to our train, and
before the Glen was reached jwere jammed
and crammed to their utmost capacity.
Throughout the whole affair, the railroad
official behaved with greatest liberality
and couresty towards all, and to them is
due a large proportion of the comforts and
pleasures of the trip. As a compliment to
the club, Engine No. 4 was tastefully
adorned with red ribbon and rosette the
insignia of the reform clnlw in thi portion
of the country; and A. S. Hatcnum, the en
gineer, wa never happier that yesterday
while driving its puffing and screaming
"pet" along hi iron pathway, bearing eight
hundred people, men, women and children,
whose heart were filled w ith joy, ami faces
wreathed w ith smiles.
The grounds were rcachod at half-past
eleven, whereupon Mr. John P. Ilely, the
efficient marshal, who was ably insisted by
Capt. Miller in all his duties, assuming
tenilKirary leadership, held up the blue
banner of the club, and requested all to fol
low it to the Glen. Along a narrow, rocky,
meandering path, across a rippling stream
let on which danced the soft rays of the
vernal sun, the banner led the way to a se
questered vale picturesque and beautiful
the Glen Fern, to which the exiectant
crowd hurried. Here a rock-bound
spring sent forth a copious stream
of c(il, crystal water. A plat
beautifully located, hml lnvu prrnrc,l
by Mr. George Olmstead, at hi own ex
pense, for dancing. Huge trees on every
side cast shadows, dense as their own foli
age, athwart the place. Time and space
forbids an extended notice of this lovely
siiot. Moreover, the Sun, which shines
for all, ha poured a flood of light
on this subject. People of
all ages and vocations, were here, and there
were attraction and enjoyment for all. The
minister, the lawyer, the , merchant, the
mechanic, the lalsirer gray-haired age,
buoyant youth and prattling childhood nil
concurring to make a festival day that will
live long in Cairo's memory. The first in
teresting feature was the coronation of the
Queen of May, Mis Fan nio Barclay. This
was done by Dr! Dunning in hi usual
happy way, and never was a crown of
flowers worn more gracrfully than
by this fair young lady of Cairo. Then
came dinner. The proverbial hospitality
of the ladies of Cain) did not desert them
among these rustic wilds. Their baskets
were emptied and u bountiful repast pre
pared. All their appetite whetted by the
long ride in the open air were invited to
come and partake freely. During the day
Carter Hutchison's band discoursed : sweet,
music while soino followed it through
the merry mazes of the dance, and others
lounging up the nx-ky ledges were carried
into dreamland by the "soothing strains
and soft breezes."
Caves and fissures, rocks and rills, wero
soon found and made trysting place
by lovers and sweet hearts. Many em
ployed their time in tishing. others in climb
ing the rocky hills and gathering moss ami
lieautiful ferns a.id wild flowers, which
abounded on every hand. Many a basketful
and handful of these trophies were brought
back to adorn the homes of our people. At
four o'clock the shrill whistle of the engine
awoke the sleeping echoes of the thick
forest, and summoned the excursionist
back to the smoke and dut and uoiso of
their city home. We returned as merry a
It was noticeable that not n face was
clouded not an unkind word, much less
a disturbance of thy peace had oecurrod. to
mar the general harmony of the occasion.
Not a drunken man or boy entered upon
the scene. There was no boisterous or un
seemly behavior, no quarreling, black
eyes, no shedding of human blood. The
are fruits of the temperance cause in Cairo.
Mn.SciucKF.its Dear Sir: Having been
advised by my friends in regard to my chal
lenge of Wednesday evening, I have con
eluded to withdraw. Ycry Respectfully,
Jxo. M. A.Tittl.i
Cairo, 111., May 11, 1.
Stii.ii at jT.--It is upleusure for me to
bo able to say to my (already numerous)
patrons and trlciid that my trade has in
creased to such an extent Unit I can devote
my entire attention to cutting, w hich is a
great advantage over cutting a garment
and then having to sew it. Judging from
the amount of work I have on hand, I am
led to believe that my manner of doing
business is appreciated, namely: Keeping
a great variety irom which to select and bo
ing willing to work hard and sell good
at the lowest Kmble rate. I would re
spoctfully solicit further favors. I will
make another announcement on next Sun
day morning in the Hcm.ktix.
H. N. Wki.to.v, Artist Tailor,
FormerI Cutter for John Antrim, Esq.
CINCINNATI MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
Itediicod Round Trip IJutes via Cuiro
and Yincennes R. 11.
Ticket will be placed on sale Monday,
May Dtth, good for going passage until May
Kith, and for return passage until and in
cluding May liith.
Round trip tickets, $12.80.
F. A. Mii.i.kii,
Ucn'l. Pus. Ag't.
Foil Sai.k. Buggy, harness, etc.
further particular inquire of
A. P. S'llIIOKIiKII, Agent.
No. 80 Ohio Levee.
Dedication ball and strawberry festival
to be given by the Delta City tire company,
at their hall, on Commercial avenue, near
Eighteenth street, on Wednesday evening,
Mayl.lth. All are invited. Ticket $1.00.
By order of committee.
Foil Rkxt. Any length of time, n two
story residence, comer of Twenty-third and
Hoi brook avenile, formerly occupied by
Peter Cuhl,containing nine rooms mid cellar,
with stable, woodsheds, etc., all in first-
class stvlc and arranged in the most con
venient manner; also, for rent, a spacious
storeroom, 2.12) feet, situated No. SO Ohio
ILLINOIS CKXTliAL 11. It
,.-.V-' V-' -4
Shortest and Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicajro
rpiIK only mad runnlnu two dally trains from Cairo
J mnkiiiu' dlreet eoniieetluu wliti Kastern Hoes.
THAIS l.KAVK C A I Ho -1 :lo p. in.: Kt ex
press, nrrhliii; In Nt. l.uiii" 7:.V p. to.; ( hlcu.'o :
a. in.: I:il p. m.: Cincinnati and Louisville Kti-t
Line, arriving iu Cincinnati nt nM a. in.: Ueiisville
7 : 10 a. in.: Indianapolis 4:1.1 a.m. Hust-iiKi-r
this train arrive at alxive points
12 TO :: HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any other route.
1 O.lij . in. Knt Mull, with sleepers attached, for
j iw tT. LOCH mid Hlc.UiO. arrlvlni! InM.
Louis at II:. Ml a. Iu. : ( hicaeo al il:ii o. in., eonn.-i l.
inif ul Odin or KAiituliunt for Cincinnati. Louisville
FAST TIME EAST.
V V(lVMhv '' lin'' tbronirn
delay caused hv Sunday Intervening. The Satur
day afternoon train Irom Cairo arrive- in New York
Monday inornlinf at U:&. Thirty-six hours In ad
vaine of any oilier route.
i'JT Advertl-emeiits of competlni; lines that thev
make, lielter time than this one are issued either
tliioiii:h li:uoriiiice or a desire toinl-lead the pulilli-.
or thrii'iu'li tickets mul Information apply at Illi
nois Central Kailroad depot, Cairo.
TK.MNS AKKlNh. AT CAIKU:
Kxires --ll n m.
Mall 4:( a. In.
JAS. JOHNSON. (Icu'l Southern At! t.
J. II. JON KS. Ticket Agent.
(JA1KO fc VINCKXXES ll.ll
(ii ATT T V TIK SlloftTKST KOCTE TO
'U Mi IV) KvMiiHvill.s
17 Mil 1.NJT1IK NlIollTKST TO I.ot'IS.
tl M MiliO vil.I.K. CINCINNATI. 13AL-
TIMOIIK AND WASHINGTON.
il Mil VTIIK SHOKTKST To INDIAN.
JM JilV) AI'OLIS.I'IIILADKI.I'IIIA.NKW
YOHK AND IIOSTOS
SIX IIOUKS SAVED
Over trains of all other routes making the same
tf'' I'as'eneers liy other routes to make coniiec.
funis tu u p-t ride all nl'.'hi. alihii: !rotn nm-to six
hours nt smull country stations ,,r trains .f con
itii.u ri.unisUn, m !rii!ll r,,,u.,,n,, KvilI14.
vllle, Indlinapolls. Clneluiuitl mid Louisville same
day. Train- .-nvu (Hid arrive at Cairo as follows:
J'all leaves 4:4.1 a.m.
Mall arrhi's , .lo:niji.m.
Through thkets and check" to all Important
K. A. MILI.KI!. II. L. MoiililLL.
(ien'l I'll-". Atfelll. (ielleral Slip't.
1. II. ( Ill l!( II. I'll-seliL-r Aelit.
(jAii.o k st. Louis n. it.
Si- .1 ". . " "
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
''PIIK twins hv thi" road ronneet nt St. I.ot:lnni
1 ttn-f st. Louis villi all oilier lines to tin: EAST.
NORTH AND sol Til.
ThroilL'tl express leaves Cairo :l1n.m.
ThniiiL'ii express arrives at Kast M. l.mils r : : M p j i . ti i .
Mtirphyshorii aeeointiHiiliitliiii !e:nes Cuiro 'C-Jip.m.
Miirphysliorii ace. arrives n Muiplivslioro lamp.in.
Thninnh express U'ltve" K i-t St. I.oiils. . . . vll n.tn.
Tiiroueli express arrives nt Cairo ? :11p.m.
Mui ili"liiiro inc. leaves Slurpln lioro .1 :.Mi n.in.
MurjihyslioM acc. arrives at (. aim 1.': 1.1 p. in,
. . ,f i,Hllr,""l I" I'"" "lv A I.I.
UAII. HOI I h hetweeii Cairo ami M. I Is' under
one lutinii'.'fiiiciii: thend'ore there are no delmsut
way slatlmis awaltlim coniieetloiis from other lines.
Passeliu'els noln. North, Nortlient and West
should not liuv tlielr tickets until thev have exam
ined our rate" mill routes.
L. M. JollNsoX, (ietiei'nl M-neiicr.
II. J. FINE, (lelieoil Afelit. Cairo, III.
L., I. M. SOL'TlIKltX.
-jar-arijr-tLi-ij' u: . v
Kxph'ss eave Cairo d.illy
lixpivss arrives nt Cairo dally
JjJUIlEKA ! EUIMIKA ! !
A Substitute for Life Insurance Companies.
AX1) OJUMIAXS' Ah'Tl'AL All) SOCIETV
Or'.'onled Julv 4, 11
. und.-r t!i lav. of the St ile of Illinois.
N. II. THISTLEWOOD. 1'uksiolnt.
MRS. P. A. TAYLOR. Vick Fiiksiuknt. J. A. OoLDSTIXE. Tiikasi iifii.
DR. J. J. GORDON. Mmucu Aovisou. THOMAS LEWIS, Sh iiktahv.
HOARD OF MANAGERS.
Mil. I'. A. TAYI.OII.
N. U. TIIISTLKW(Hil),
MIS K AT K I.. YtK'l'M,
J. J. (iOHlN)N,
J. A. (iOI.IlsTI.NK.
MIIS.S. A. AYIIKS.
TFor piirtlciilars linulr at the offlce, corner Seventh street and Ominierrlul avenue. Winters' hlo
The Palace Hotel of Chicago.
r - '.,. .' '.-f -us ' --a..-
' j Kit 4 . v : f
PKICES KEDUCEI) TO PER DAY.
A hove I'arlor Floor, excepting Front lioom and linoms w'.th Uath.
ROOMS WITHOUT liOA Ul), 81 TO l'KW DAV
AN ELEOANT RESTAURANT CONNECTED WITH THIS HOUSE.
(.Him KUS AN l) CoMMIsSloV MF.KCHAT. i
WlIOLKSA LK (J KOCKKS
57 OHIO LEVEE. ;
ACEXTS AMERICAN' I'OWDERCOJIl'-Y I
V. Stbatthn. Cairo.
T. Dir.n. M'.s.o:irl.
GKAIX, FLOUR AND HAY.
Iliirli't Cash I'rice Paid for Wheat.
Fiii'inci's' Toljiicco "Viiivli(u(4
General ConmiWoii Meicliant.
No. I-.M and 1J7 Comm-r- ('..,.,. I r i .
i hd AveU'.te, t V- A MM, ll.I.rt.
IIHF.KAI. Advai. reti'i i.ts n :. o:; C'o:i-l,iiiiie:
J ul 'I'nliaieo. Flour and Uraln.
XTIC!K To COXSUMKUS
The uivat celebrity of our TIN TAO TOHM'CH
has euiisnd iniii.y llnllallon th'reof :o he placed on
tiie market. We there)' ire caution all cheer
against purchasing aurh Itnltai'.oii".
All dealer Imyliis! or "i ll'.iin otlur plus toliaccn
hearliniii haid or ineiuiilc Inhel. render themselves
llah'.e to the penalty of the law, and all persons I , .
liilliiiT our trade mark" are puni-huMc Iiv tine and
llliplNoiimelit, (See act of Cotiiress, Allu'. 1 1. lMr)
The aeliullie I.Oltlil LA 111) TIN TA(i TollACCO
can lie dl-tliii:nl"hed hy a TIN TAti on each lump,
w llli the word LOIIUILAUI) stamped thereon,
Over T.ns tons tohacco sold In )TT. mid neHy
S.ikiii person" iiin)loyed l:i fiutiirl '.
Tuxes paid (ioveriimeiit In 1::, uliint $:l.Mil,ln,
iiiid durlntt past Pi. vein's, over '.n.iie,ii,
These ;:ooi sold liy ii'l JnliVi.-rs u! tiuiiiufaetiirers'
:-Thc TIN T.(i SMOXINO ToDAl CO I
"second to Him.'" j nrer.ia, iiiKiIi'ass, pi-ity and
Copyright mI July 9, 177, under act of
II!. K. C. KiUlIi,
S. D. AYIIKS,
;'r- i". X
IdtV OoolK, KTC
j ( JOLDSTINL A-
K )K.N U AT Kit.
Tlic lurjrest wliolesule and retail Dry
Good and Clotliimr House in thi City;
:u-e itrejvinyr new I.ihhN daily and ale
oflci inyirreat harain in the most liand
soine lines of CARI'J'.TS. OIL CLOTHS
iiml MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres, ,u
j rettes, ami a rcat iuhiiy other new
styles of Drcs GimmU, Fan. Etc.; iu
fact in every deiiii tiiieiit of their hiM
ues. tliey cordially invite the public
to cull and see their stock.
S.I,(K)NS AM) RTAt RANTS.
Saloon and Rrstaurant
Til BK.sT or
1 WINES. Liquorts and cigars
Cn:is:a:it!y on hand: also hi" constantly on hand a
iir'e supply of
FRUITS, LEMON'S, ORAXWES, AI'I'I.ES.
AT WIIOI.KSAIK ANU AKTAH..
At tile Old Ilelniotlico Hotel. Oil Ohio I.eve.
HOOT AND soK 3IVKF.KS.
IMMIT AXI) SHOE 3IAKKR
Co'inneri l il Avenue. Net. I
Mlh Ulld Sevelilil sts.
'PAKKS pleasure In oitiomicliisto his patrons u-.l
I the puldtc eliiTilly tluit hehll' reeellllv received
the liai-t and most select slo k of Leathers of even
description ever liroiiL'ht to till" city. All work i.::
his line executed promptly mid ill the hest manner.
F.nllre satlsfaclton u'hen III every Instance. I'ri.-f-reasniiiilile,
A osrdial invltalloir evteinled to all to
cull and examine j? sids and learn prices.
The Cairo Ilox anil Uasket i.
Klooi'inir, Sklin-r. liiUh.Ktc.
'A! tiie very lowest rates.
Hiivinir a Heavy Stock of Loirs on Hand.
Ware prepared to
SAW OUT Sl'ECIAL ORDERS
On the shorU-t tiotlceT
A tiJ.'K';IAI.TV tniide of STKA.MIIOAT Lt'VIlKIt.
1 e also iiianiil'aetiif.' Fill' IT IU 'X M TKIM l
l r.icker. Candy, I'a.kliiL' llo.e. Staves, Heading.