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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUFDAY MORNING, MAY u, 1S7
r It. SMITH, JR. M. I).
oftli t unit Ki'nlilt nrei
3(0. ill THIRTEENTH HTKKKT. CAIRO. ILL.
W. DINNING, M.I).
OHIct nnil Krelilt nee :
, oKFH'E N. W. tor. Hlvth it., near Ohio Lcvw.
KESIDEM'E Curnr Walnut hiiiI Mulh mreeta.
II E. V. WHITLOCK,
tPFim-Nn. l:lf, Commercial Avenue, hctwcen.
tlhili and Ninth Street.
K. W. t'. JOCELYN.
DENT I. ST.
t'KKIt.'K-Elfhth ftreet. near Commercial Avenue.
UTICE-4Hiln Levee, hct. Fourth and Sixth t
IN El J Alt & LANSDEN,
A 1 1 omey s-a t-Law
KKIf'E No. !l:S Commercial Avenue.
We an- authorized to announce JOHN H
II A KM AN. pf Alexander County, an a candidalo fur
Clerk or the Appvllato Court. Fourth District. 111!
nof nhjiVt to the dccl-lon of the Democratic ion
vein Ion rilled to meet at Centralis. Mav IK. 1X
J"-Wo an- authorized to announce K. A I)
WII.IIANK. of Washinirloti Cnuuty.i a candidate
for Clerk of the tn pn-mc Court. Southern (trend
ItivSion. Illinois, annject to the decMon of the
Democratic nominating convention, to te held at
Vntralla. Mav Hi. !.
Wc are authorized to ammutire IIALDIN
'.SE. of Carlyle. Clinton County. n a' candidate
for k of the Appi-Uate Court. Founh District.
I :iincH, raided to the deciriou oflh" DcmocM'.le
convention railed to meet a: Centralis. o.v ,. 1.
,''W'o are authorized to nm:onw W. ( I.E
Cl'ON E. cf Kllhchum Conr.tr. a a ui.ui lite for
" fi-tW .f the Aih-inile four!. Fourth Di-t.-it. Illi
uoi. :i'.jc(t to the deri'loti of the I) n"r:il!c Con-v.-i.ti.i.:
r i'.l.'d to meet at Ceiitralla. M iy !.. l-rs
Only Muriiiii"; Iuiiy in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL I'AI'EH OF THK CITY AND ColXTY.
--( 'oi"icil meet tr-i!yit.
Mr. Win. II. Morris i in New Orleans..
Miss I.iht Morris left for her home M
"Wiliiiiiiotun. Ills., yesterday.
Mrs. J. T5. Kelly kt't for C'lncitm.-iti 0:1
"''iiikt MlewiM S.itur-l-iy evenin::.
Misses Curric Morintii anil Mary
t-jili ns, of Central'm. Hre in the city, the
fiiriin r the truest of Miss Fannie Ban-lny.
:inl t!ic Sutter (if Miss Frank Rcxfor.l.
A county convention of the SaWmtli
ScIuhiI Association df Alexander county will
In lii-i'i (in tin- 25tli and 2'ith id" June next.
1 'aim will inulmMy lie tin- plat e selected
. -r the meeting.
Mr. .Ll,n H.iynes arrived limnc Mon
day. At the next special mcc-t''ia "f tin
Kxi i-i'r Saial ami Literary sociely, to lie
'ln'M ;:t the resiilciic..' (if Mrs. Walhriili;e.
JIr. II. will deliver his lecture (in 'Texas.'
Mrs. I'asjier Y'st, tliMUh a rush of
IiIihmI tn the head, has lieen temporarily de
jirive th" nsi if her mental facilities.
The early recovery of the My is eaniotly
Iiujied t r liy her many friends.
Mrs. Mr. Marean returned to the city
ye-teiday frmii Villa Ridire. The Bt u.F.
tin thanks the lady tor 11 Ux of lucious
fruit jiii ked i.y her nvvn hands from the
-trawherry tield of Mr. Henry (toe. of Villa
The friends of Mayor Winter xvill he
triad t-i know that he is airain ahle to lie
mIhiiii, althoiiirh still weak from his recent
attack. He isenifaued in the preparation
of a ms.iire to tli City Council, which will
he siihniitted to that ldy to-n'-rht.
That was a siylit in Jiid-fi- Hird's otlict
yesterday to till the reportorial heart with
melancholy. It was live plain drunks not
even a Mailt, not 11 disorderly conduct, lmt (,n
aluisive l-inirua-re, not a "one more unfortu
nate" not anjdiinir. in truth, to illumine
tin- scene or cmhellish the monotony.
We knew it. A slninyer put an in np-
lM ,ll:" it levee siiIihih Sunday niifht
with a nose artistically st;ipped of its cover
ing. The ni-ht was dark, the sidewalks
liad: hesi,H.d mihI fell and Was so imul
that In-proposes to sue the city, hiyini; his
t thousand dollars. The nose
"i-riiially was cast j,, t). tl, , ft,,,,.,,,
iiiouhl. ami was worth the ainoimt daiuc.-d,
if it was woilli i, eent,
Aiiciiu the arrivals t the l'lanters'
ll-ilise yesterday Were: 1 MeCov. (iol-
-.i.-la. Ill; A S Miley, Ilia Lake, Mo; Mr.
Houston. Louisville. Ky; U It Henderson,
Vin. . lines. I n . 1 ; K W Nichols, Chicairo. HI;
K'-v. .lames M Yoiinir and ladv, Morgan
vounty, Ind; KT Hanks, Ti.ylor.TexaK; T
(' Andrew. Fort Worth, Texas ; ,1 I) l),....,
romaliehe. Texas; .l-illll 0 Tcrrelland wife,
I'- itiaiid. Mo; Jennie Smith, Ih rtrand, Mo;
J F Him k. St. Luiis, Mo; John Kndiss,
New Orleans, La;.j Athertoii, Jackson.
- The residence of Mr. W. F. Pitcher.
.Kiahteenth street, hetweeii Washington
avenue mid hiphir street, was entered, with
Imrjrhirioiis intent. 011 two occasion hiHt
week. The thief is descrihed as a mimll,
jivy wt neffro, hhick us Ink, weurinn,
Jd'-tt the regulation timoiint of nppurel, n
Ut conspictioiiH for iu whitencM nnd
tnccht reinnrkuhlu for thuir nriinjre Ihh-,
rn Ji'a llrxt t-ntninco to the house, Wi-iIuch-day
lust, ho muniiireil to reach Uu- nutc with
m iimv kitiK hir-l nn-1 il ciiye, lmt upon wi
aiaini Uniiu niven he lro)'d the property
and iiindo oft. lu Fridnv he was discover
ed In the" parlor of the house, lmt mrain
giicceded in miikinir his escape. A lookout
shouhl he kept for the scamp.
Marsh Brown, a colored inun of nucs
tionuMe repute limong tlie police, yesterday
turned the tallies on some of his licensers,
Murslii during Sunday last, si.-uck up an
acquaintance with a whit ) man possessed
of more dollars tlmn sense a not very unu
sual circumstance, as things jro, these days
The white man jrot drunk, ami Marsh,
fearing that if the- w. m.'s nionev should in
any war 1k lost, he would he cliartred with
it, tried in vain to jret some one to hold it.
Not succeedin;,', he held it himself. The
affair got to the ears of the police, hut
foro the police jrot to Marsh, Marsh got to
the white man and irave him hack his mon
ey, He was arrested, out nrovjn- tliese
facts hv witnesses. Justice Ilohinson dis-
Domestic niisumlerstandinirs nre, we
suppose, coninn m enough : und whin con
lined to the privacy of the fireside rarely
ohtain to the iliirn'ty of notice in puMic print.
Hut then there are amhit'ous people who
will persist in nirinir their dim- li:un o
that all the world may ptze upon it. A
woman or two women. rather were at the
Itottom of this. A colored Adonis was also
in it. The trio nu t on Commercial avenue
Sunday afternoon, neur f corner of Sixth
street. A-lonis had ahaii-i'Uied his wife for
the more congenial company of a l:.,!ii!!ir
quadrta'ti. which so tnrawd the v.iu- that
nhe made an attack. U th physical and oral,
on the crrin-r pair, and. had it nut Wen fur
the tinielyintom-ntion of Mayor Winter, the
results miirl.t have 1en uis.istr-us. As It
was peace was made, and the o'Tcmiimr par
ties convm-I to the cooler.
- All's well t!:::t ends well. Weli. (.Unit
eiirht days sine Tcr I'vi.i.mx stated th.at
an auach-.nent La..- ..n issued at the in
stance of a you.. - ...,'. i-i the upper p:.rt of
the city for th.- y of a youny m.in named
Fa'-nier, whom s'.n- f!iarjj.-.l wit.h .aip't t-i
keep solenn jiron.i'
icsteriiay ttie ii.t ..r .cid a happy c-ndlni:.
Officer Hc?-::n i.;v r.-.l the youtiff wan at
I'o'xlen on S:ifa:i!ay, lodured him in jail
hen? Mind.y monrnir, when- he remained
until yesterday moruinsr alut clew n o'ehn-k.
when he concluded that he would set mat
ters rk'ht l.y callhir in a minister he was
lianl-shell Met!i(H!i..t." he s.'uL ":.mi
couldn't abide them magistrates" ami have
the nuptial ceremony jn-rf. inned. Mis Av i
Mays and Mr. John Fanner were, accor-l-inaly,
kr't together in the strna union of
Ualy and sou', at the re-idence -f the
lri-le's mother the Falis house on
Eiahteentii street. Then.' were no cards.
It has l-'-t-nm - the t::shion wlt'i certain
persons in thisciry -o!-n-d as well as white
to turn their noses skyward when Mr.
Jacoh lira llty makes a prediction. We nre
of thos wh" l-eliive the-.- facial ':s4-rtions
t' 1 he the n suit of jealousy tnd uiy. It
may 1-e true that Mr. F. is not an inspired
prophet, nor. mayhap, sj-runir frrm the
lo!i of that wisdom which the past, tile
present and the future Hows. Hut he can
tell a pench hud when he sees it: and to
him it is an open book. He has lately been
cntraired in rea-l-iL' everal bushels of them.
anl although he refuses to reveal the sia:i-.
he is willing to impart the secret they con- j schools, and more than one-sixth ( f the
vey. He maintains with his character, stle whole population of the State were e:iag
solemnity and since rity, that the iipj.roach- , ed in Sabbath school wc rk. '-We stand,"
will bring with it 'famine. ! he said, "in the lead anions.' the States of
liestilence and small-pox." Of the j the Union. Last year we fell n little be-small-pox
sign. there can 1j no hind from watt of the mem? nw.ssa-
lotllit. ItS lis mam to him ftS I
de nose on a p'aaah's face, or a common
slim in 'ritnietic." He advises sour, of t'le
colored scoffers whom h? would "despise to
name" to'-bewubl" for he sees "de ringer of
de Lord pintin' at 'em." The tna-rnioomi-ty
of Mr. II. in forewarning his enemies
shows another beautiful trait in this truly
good, but much defamed, man's character.
The weather has been a prolific theme
with all writers from Moses with his tablets
up to 11 Bi'M.ktin reporter with his notes,
and if eviT any particular season has been
awarded unst'nted praise, by all writers, of
all colors and climes, it has been ethereal
spring; if any particular month has been
singled ( tit i-.s most fitting to illustrate the
glories of nature it has been May. Centu
uries, looking from the reporti's table
adown the corridors of time, may seem to
have confirmed this opinion. It is true no
longer. It is absolutely obsolete. Amino
rational human bei-ig, whos'.- pursuit of a
livelihood compelled his presence on the
outside yesterday, will have the hardihood
to ass -it it. It was not an ordinary sort of
rain. It was net a common quality of cold.
The rain drop stuck where they struck,
and a half a doen constituted a soaking.
The nir was (hilling mid killing with
diptheria and pneumonia in every particle of
it. It was full of the blues. The day, taken
altogether, was the stron-rest strain ever
put upon the red ribbon Imys, and if they
can resist forty-eight wak'ug hours of such
weather their good resolutions will have
taken the form of Invincible faith. It was
indeed a sad day.
We advise John Harris to carefully
avoid ever going Ix-fore a jury of his peer
on any charge. His countenance will hang
him. If lod ever fnade a mau's face the
index to his soul He stamped John Harris
r villlan. Low, flat brow, eyes of a green
ish hue, the space between them hardly dis
cernible, 11 nose liereft of shape aivl scarred
and twisted by encounter, broaij, heavy
jaws overhanging a short, thick-set frame
that at first glance seemed neckless he
sat there in Judge Bird's office Roirue
rhood come to life again. Harris is a j
titrantrer here, and was tn the city lmt n few
hours when lie tried his hand at till-tap-piny.
Mr. Miles Parker was his victim. He
robbed the money drawer in that gentle
man' place of business of between four and
live dollars, but unfortunately for him, the
theft was discovered Hinl the alarm given
ere he got beyond the door In his flight. A
hue am cry was wised as' he run urj Eighth
street to the levee. He took up the leve
as far as Fourteenth street, where, one of
his pursuers being closer upon
him than he deemed safe, the flying
thief drew a revolver and pointed it
at his pursuer, who prudently and quickly ar
rived at the conclusion that he wasn't anxi
ous to take that particular game. Marshal
Arter tracked him to Lancaster's carpenter
shop, under which he was said to be hid
den. The place was dark, the criminal
desperate and armed. Hut the Marshal
descended and groped hi way la tho dark
ness, and was nlout giving the hunt ur
when he discovered Harris hidden in
corner with his revolver a Colt ahir-t
navy size leveled nt himself. He instajtlv
ordered Harris to throw up his hands, ind
it required u threat to enforce obedrnce.
He was taken t jail, the money t'umln his
hiding place, tried ln-fore Judge Bird,
where thesj fac ts were h thi-nwia r.icited,
and bound over for trial in the sum of two
hundred dollars. The affair tuusrd some
SABBATH SCHOOL AVoKKEHS.
M.ss MEETIS-'i AT Til rKE-nYTEKTAS
cmncii ft spa v SI7I1T ur.M.uiks nv
KKVS. MMKtttSiiN All filMl; Y.. AS!)
ME-r.s. risiiEii. sti;. e as:j .nns ax
EXIIir.IT OK THE IHh WolIX IS AI.KXAS
PKK CiifXTY THECOM; STATE COS
VESTIOS AT PKCAT'li.
There was a fair Ctelldance at the Ta-
byti riau church S'V. iay nisrht in n-spoie
to the call made The Bu.t etis of Sim-
lav mumisr !' a mass nutting of the
alibi.th Si-!tr-l w(.rker cf the coup.. .
It s'm-ui-l !i '.v.- h en lar.'-r. but tint it was
not is due r.iorf to the unfavorable st -.t j of
the we-i:h( r J. ..p. to any l -.ck of ze-.l on the
I pur. of tl.-- fiends of SiVitV scK-o;'.
Tli.- IV-' n : rian. M
i BaptUt an.' Miion Sum
i r--;-r- r.u I
(v -din-.'s were opened by t'c
.s:,L,:,v: (fa sekcti-'ii fn-m '-(J.-pe! IP.tmjs
and Sacred S.n-.'," in wliic-htli-j a-i-:ubiare
I joined. Tids was f., Hi .we I hy a readir.ir
from Svrpturcs by Mr. Fish- r aa-1 a prayer
by Rev. Mr. Morrison, an-.l tliv sina'ng of
unotlter s-.-leftioa from th? collt'ct'on t.f
Mr. Fisher. Pr-si-lent of the Alexaiid.;
County Sun-h-.y S.hi'l Association
Ireside-1. an-l his n marks, thou-ji
brief. w.-re full of ir.fonu:-.ti n
an l fotir-si. Tiny were mainly s
t'stical. There were in the- tYt
ted States. Ire said, seven nrA ot:-di:df nr!
lions Sal-bath i-h, workers. Ti e S'-.'.e
of Illinois coctributed four l.p-.dre-l i.nd
seventy-iive tiiousan-l to this number, of
whom sixty-rive thousand were tc-aclers
and oiP.cers. He alluded in fitii'i-r term
to the unabated LTcwth of the work through
out the country, and to the constant in-cn-f.se
in ' rink and rile. Retuir.'n to
the work h thi State ty, r;:!1 f,i,;;t
onedi..T of the children of the public.
j M n"i; .i e atieiiM.ljjla IIO'III liic . liioaui
I ....... .... 1 .'. . c I 1 .. ,
rv to tn!,L-c foil nn.l r.ff,.tie,. n.L- -
This the speaker attributed to th
financial depression felt in nil ci'ch-.
ami by none more keenly than ;n the wor-:
of associations ill-pending solely upon thy
generosity and benevolent impulses of their
adherents and supporters. This year. I f
took pleasure in sa'ng. the prospects f.
vigorous and extensive work, were such .
to cheer the friends of the sabbath sho.
Advices from many sources indicated it
least a partial recovery from business pr
s'ration mid consequently a fresh impure
hud been given t" the cause in which thfy
wen: engaged. He alluded to the coming
annual convention of the Illinois Sabinph
Sehi ol association the twentieth, we Re
lieve, he said at Decatur from the 'ijst
inst. to the 2:)d inclusive, urging the te-
cessiiy 01 1 aini nmi.YiexaiHiiT county
illf 11 on, Tier reTiresiiht'itinn
From statistics gathered by Mr. S'ill-U
it was shown that there wcreeighteen Sabliath
schools in Alexander county, Cain fur.iish
ing twelve of the number. Thos.. h' the
county outside of the city an- repres-nte-1
to be behind the average in point of num
bers ami management, run! crude h the
work undertaken by them. While this was
so, the friends of the cause had rea m to
congratulate themselves upon tho pro
gress going on even there. The city itself
compares favorably with other ci'ies of
proortioiiat(! populations. In COtfty
there are a little less than fifteen hundred
workers scholars, and teachers twelve
hundred of whom are in Cairo alone. About
five hundred dollars have been expended iu
Sablmth school work in this city t!u- past
year, and two new schools (Stablislafd'. ' '
Rev. Mr. Morrison, and Messrs, Strode
and Aldcu followed in the order named in
short speeches, exhorting all the friends of
the work to renewed zeal ami protracted
Rev. Mr. George, in his address, npplied
himself almost wholly to tho thildrcn, al
luding earnestly to the grand army 01 six
inilllons who were growing up under
Christian teachings to do battle tor the
cause of. .sound mora! und righteousness. '
-'ho M. E.' Church Sabbnth" School go
hed Kev. Mr. Morrison M delegate ti the
J:atur Convention. The Presbyterian
(urch P. 8. ld up to last evening gehcted
t delegates, although the names of several
vc been mentiotied in connection with the
ntter. The Baptist und Mission Sunday
fhiKils did not, in their financial circiun
linces, feel "''le to send delegates, although
!gcr to as.dst in anything that would pro
lote the laudable work.
, A collection was then taken up Alex
rider c'linty's contribution to the ntnte
,orl;ii repoic of which w ill be made at
tie stito convention.
Tie nieeiing then adjourned.
Jates' Apveutisisu AiiE.NC v. The New
rk Times of a recent date says this of the
jstitution named: Mr. J. II. Bates, lately
enior partner in the newspaper adverting
linn of Bates it Locke, at No. 84 Park row,
has rented and fitted up rooms in the
Times building, No. 41 Park row. Tho
r.jms are situated at the head of the first
flight of stairs, and occupy the entire Print
! ir House Square enil of the building, to
gether w '.th two large rooms adjoining, on
Na.au street. Mr. Batc3 is one of the old
est advcr.'sing agents ir the city, having
1-een iu the business for a great many years.
He was f-r a long time a partner of S. M.
IVttingill. with whom he continued until
l7o, ut which thin- he formed a copartner
ship with Mr. D. II. Locke, at that timv
largely interested iu the Toledo Blade new s
paper, Isitli as editor and stockholder.
The firm was dissolve 1 yesterday, r-nd to
day enters mxin its career under the sole
proprietorship and manairement of Mr. J.
II. Bat- s.
Indication ball and strawberry festival
t-) In? given by the Helta City tire company,
at their hall, 01: Commercial iur.ue, near
E!.hteenth street, on Wednesday cvenincr.
ayl5th. AH are invited. Tickets 1. no.
I v onler of Coiiiii':,tee.
PoTii'Si''-1 )ving to '-i- .(lenient
2ate of the Wi-atin r. the lskct pii i';c of
e German svho(.l children, wh'ch was to
l-.ve taken place to-d:,y, has been postponed
intil further r.oilee. ( V.v t 1 1 rtK.
F011 Rest. Any length of ti;n -, a two-st'-rv
r-sidence. comer of Twc-nly-th'r.i ai:-l
II lil-rook iiven'ie, formerly cr-upied by
Pi ti r Cuhl.coiitain-na nine ria mis nr.-l cellar,
with stable, woodda-ds, itc. all i'l t'r-t-class
style a: .1 arr.mt.il ' ' the most con
A 'so. for re.it. a .i..ci-us st-rr room.
OlxlS'i f- et, situated N'.i. fi Ol-i.. Lev.-e.
For R'lle-lhigerj'. harn(-s. etc' For
further partic ulars inquire of
A. P. Sc iiitoiiPEj;. Agent.
N-i. Sl Ohio 1 vec
All thos-- nee.iing anything in the provi--i
.a line will do well to call at Nos. Til and
ni'hiolevee lK-fon- purchasing elsewhere.
P- rk, bacon, lard. etc. all 't g'sl stock and
prices down ! down 1 dow n '
April2'.. 17. W. P. Wiuoiit.
Mi:. Lot" S nn kehs- Hear Sir: After
i 1'.' deliliera.lon I have deemed it C.pcil-i-
ntto rem w-my chaiii r.a-- t skate with
yr.ll on We.' n sd iy vc)':,l'.-. l 'jtli. Voiirs,
tc. Jons W. Asrii'M.
The Job Office.
We have pun ha--d tne I.at--I St l- of Ty;"-, l.ae
;ifM-tireil tae mrvieen n Kpert Printers aiel are
i( v, iT'-j.sre to .',11 All K.li.is of -I'Ai I'r:i;t;u.- tu tae
JOHN SIM. OAT,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
ICE BYTHE CAR L(AI)RTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loaclrs a Specialty.
( ) !' I-' 1 ( ' K :
(nr. Twelfth Street ami Levee.
ICK! ICK! ICK!
J A CO I! IvLEK
I- tiov. I'lvji-.r.-il
To Fill Drib i s, Wli.d.-sale of Retdil, at
S,itl'sf,icto v i'l ices.
Orrn e and . r. 1I ---x at tiik i. itv liur.wrnr
Ice! Ice! Ice I
Stutu ul Ilili.o.. Alux-iml'-r Cieii. ti
ller l.oiiul) ( in nit ( eta'.
la lie- Al-.Tin
Kratik M'llliiniic. Iimii.-I I
llelil.C.itliarliie s.hmi.lt. -. on lilll rr Divnn
.lame ( h.-iiev. II. tm'
Hrhmlilt. Mi.ry timli-r -ui-l I
Edward Under. j
I'u'illc noli. e i. h,.r,.,y iveu Hint ii, iiirni,iiiee of
a deereu reinlen d hy culdeoml in the aliove entllUd
eaui-o at III.- .laieiary 1.,-iin. A. I) l.-;s. i.ji,ihj
llarman. niH-ler In ciun. ery of ild i ouiity. win. cm
FKIDAV. TUB 1IHT DAY OK MAY, A. D. lsvs.
at tin- hour el lu o'clock a. in.. .'i Ht
pilMIc ICietloii In . Inyhci 1,1,1,1,., ff ,.nM
at thu wei-t-Tiv dnor oftlie roiitihoiiMi In 1 1,.. etv nf
Cairo, In said Counly und hlale, lliu fnllowluK de-aeriln-'l
real i-tate. 10 tt:
!.otmimliera.-veii,r)inihetlilrd iiddulon to the
cl.,f,uft,"lr?' '" ''""'"""'ty of Alexander ami Male
orillliHil'.toptliirttimila- ,rlvll.-iie mid aminr
tenatiees tti- relinto Ik Ioii-Ii,k ,,r ther-tu apiiertalu
' JOHN H IIAKMAN.
. .. Mti-ti-r In Clmniery.
Cwnn. Ii.t.isois, M:.y , . '
l.lSKi.Alt A- SaliRS, Sol ilor.
'jjJUREKA ! EUREKA!!
A Substitute for Life Insurance Companies.
Widows' axd Oj.imiaxs' Mutual Aid Societv
Onranlzeil July 4. ts" nnlir tli la of the'iStatc of Illlnoli. fopyrftflitrJ July '., Is;;, under mi of
N. R. TIIISTLEWOOI). Piiesidf.st.
MRS. P. A. TAYLOR. Vice PitF.sir.EST. J. A. GOLDSTI.VE. Tiieasi kku.
PR. J. J. GORDON. Medical Advisi nt. THOMAS LEWIS. Skchktaky.
ROARI) OF MANAGERS
Mil, r. A. TAYLOR,
N. n. THISTLEWOOD,
MISS KATE L. ViXl M,
j. 3. (iourajs.
J. A. OOI.DsTIVE,
MI(f.8. A. AVIIKS,
fTor particular Inquire at tho office, corner Seventh Mr-it and Commercial aver.ue, Wliitera's 1 U.k.
rnilE PALACE HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
J : k - - 7 ..1
-s - , --v.
rt .... vi "i m m ha-i. 11 r
mm ummmmmi j
mm, . .?
PHICES I!EI)i:('EI) TO s:5 l'EH DAY.
Aliove I'arlor I1i.r. -xi.ept:r.2 Jr--M H..n. ami II. orri with Lnii.
!()()MS WITIIOl'T JK)AHI), 81 TO l'KH DAY.
AN ELEOANT RESTAURANT CONNJXTEI) WITH THIS HoCSE.
t.Uot KliS AND ( iM MIssIoN MKIH HAN'T-.
TliATTOX A- 151 HI),
AV holes a lkG koceus
.17 01110 LEYEF.
AGENTS AMERICAN WW DERCfiMP'Y
W. stiiatto';. Cairti. T. limn. Mi.Mi'irl.
GRAIX. FLOI'R ANT) HAY.
Kiirln'st Cash Price Puid lor Wlicat.
Farmei's' Tobacco Warehouse
Oeiii-i ul Commission Men hunt,
No- ti" nn.l I.T Commer- 1 f'.n,,, 1,,
rial Avenue. ,' -.MW' II. L.
I ILKKAL A.l vi to oKi'-liI- made on t'olii-iL-liliK lit
I J of Tnliaei-o. Hour and rn!ti.
XOTICK TO COXSUMKliS'
'IV 'ir-ut eelehiltyi.f our TIN TAU TollACl'O
Imo. 1 aiised tnnnv Imitations thereol In Ik- plaeed on
the market. We therefore caution all chewers
imi.lii'l hiii hnslie such iuilliitlons.
All denier" huylni; or i-elllii other pluit loliuceo
lii-iitirifia hard or inetnllle lahel. reliiler themselves
llulile to the lietnilly of the law. and all persona vlie
luiluvt our nude iniirks are puiilshahlu hy Hue imd
liiiiil-oinneiii s n t of t'oiinrei-". Ann. 14, 1STH
The if.-nnliie LOItUIL.MO) tin TAll T01IACC0
can he ilistlncnichcil l.y 11 TIN TAU on each lump,
with Hit w ord LOU 1(1 LA It 1.1 alaiuped lhen-011,
Over ;,iiss I,,,,, tniim cf, tl 77, uni nearly
:i.ll persotm employed In faetorlea.
Taxim paid liiivi-rtimetit In 1S1T, ahnnt f i,!iim1,
and durlnit past i yeurs. over Ji,imi,iui. .
Thoc u'lMidn milil hy all Jiilihera l tnatiufaituri'r'
IVT9 TIN TAtl hMOKINd TOBACCO l
i-rond to mine'' In urotnn, mlldtirii, purity and
lU:illty. , . ...
Mil. E. C. FOItD,
S. 0. AY HE.
- -fl- ; A
I'UY 1.00 its, nr.
Tlie LlfiTi st wholesale ami let.iil I'l)
Oiknls und Clotliiii"; Hoiisc in this fin :
are leci-ivini,' new GimnN daily ami ai-oili-rinsr
irn-at hai iruins in the most handsome-
line if CARPETS. OIL CI.OTH
and MATTINGS; Silk, ( uslinii-ris. Ron
rettes, ami a irrtut many other in w
stjle of Hrcs (iiMsU. Fan, Etc.; in
fact in every deiiartnicnt of their lnisi
iies. they cordially invite the puMic
to call an-l see their stock.
SAI.MNS AM IlKTAI KANT.
Saloon and Ri'stauraiil
Tiir m;t it
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOARS
0o!it:iM!y on Land: a!o ha conntantly on h.-.r-'. :
Urn--- upplv of
FRUITS, LEMONS. ORANGES, APPLES
AT Will'! K WE AND IlKTAIl..
At till- Old Ilelmonli o Hotel- H Olll.i U Ve.
liiioT AM MIOB MVKKKS.
I500T AND SHOE MAKKK
ATI l EN EC M F.l'ILDINO,
Cointnen lal Avenue. Let. 1
slxlli and Seveuih ts. 1
'PAKKS pleasure In annouticlnato hi" p-itroti ard
I the pulillc ir-'HiTully that h, In., recently r-v. iv. d
the tliii't and iot ef-el tui k of Leathers of ev:
d.-i rlpiloti ever l.roiistht to tlila city. Ail work it.
Iil line executed promptly and In the hct inaime'
K tit lr iitlclw tlon irlven lu every lintuiice. 1'rle.
r-asoiiahlf. A cordial Invliutlini extended to all t"
call and examine Knotls and learn price.
The Cairo Iiox and Basket Co.
WILL rt tlNISII
Flooring, Skiing. Lath, Ktc
At the verv lowest rates.
Havlnir a Heavy Stock of Loirs on Hand.
We an- prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On tho nhorteat notlci-.
A SPECIALTY Hindu of MTEAMDUAT LVMBKIt
Wo also manufacture KlUIT HOX MATE 111 A L.
Iracker, Candy. Packlnif Bo'. Stave, llcidlnu.