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THE . DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WJBDXESDAY MORNING, MAY 13,. 18TS
PROFESSION Al. ftAaiM-PHYHH'IANKr
K. SMITH, J 11, M.D.
Ofllre ami UtiU-a :
NO. l THIRTEENTH KTUEKT. CAIRO, 11.1.
1 W. DUNNING, M. I).
Offiif ami Itolili'iH : . ' ' :
rKirR- X. W. cur. HIHh t., near Ohio LereC
H. E. W. WIIITI.OCK,
lfrit-N'n. I Comnieicla! Avenue, between
Kli)iili .md Ninth Street.
jyi W. l JOCELYN.
OKnCE-EInlith Strict, near Commenta! Avenue.
ATTOKX KYS-AT-I.A W.
3 P. WHEELER,
iVdCE-Ohlo Levee. !t. Fourth ami Sixth t'.
IN EG All Si LANSDEN,
A 1 1 o rn oys-a t- La v.
(UTICE-Sii. 11-J CuHlmsTr' al A venae.
fl'j are. authorized to announce. JOHN' (J.
I1.V UMAX, at Alexander f.'cittuty. a a candidate for
clerk of the Appellate Court. Fourth District, Illi
nois, mlijcct to the divUlim of the Democratic con
vention culled to meet tit Ccntr.'illtt. lay HI. t'TJ.
!"v-W'e are atitli(iri:eil t announce 11. A. 1.
WII.l'ANKX. of W'iirhiimton County, in a candidate,
fur Clerk of the .Supreme Court. Southern (fraud
Division. IilinoK Htilij't'.-t t. the ilei-Won of the
Di-mofratlc no!iiliiati"i4 coiiwiiiioa, to bo held at
CeiiirulK Miy HI. I-1.
V"-Vc are authorized to announce lIAUtIN
CAsE. of Csi'.ylc. CHiiton County, u a caiiuidtito
for Clerk of the Appelate Court. Fourth District,
IllitioN. c.tliject to tuft deci-loii of the Democratic
con .entioi: call".! ti "Vet nt C'e.itm'i.i. May HI. 1
. ? -We nre au,hj.:rl--il to announce C. I.K
-Cl 'N E. of E!fli:sVitn Cnitn'y. n a f:.::'.l5:i1(.- for
ClerU of the .a;e;i-.t" Cor.rl. Fourth Di.tilct. Illi
ni. iihject o lir d'-ci-iun of l!ie ir.orratlc Con
ve;i:i.)ii called to meet ill (Vntulin. M:.y !'. IStS.
THE DAILY U ILLETIX
-4)iilv Moniimr luilv in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL I'.M'KUOK TI1K CITY AND COiXTY.
A lady's handkerchief w ickod ti;U
011 Cedar street, Ileal-the comer of Seventh.-ye-ti'Vilny.
The owner can have i; lynp-dyin-r
ttt 1 1 is oiric .
Rev. A. Morrison, of this city, left yes
tiTh.y for DnQe.ohi. here l-.e will preach
tin o-ieninir. s"rnin;i to tin; Mount Vercion
J)i-.trict niectin;of the M. H. Church.
Our thanks tire due the managers of
lit" rand litill to Ik; jjiven nt De Soto, Mo.,
on the occasion of the opcninr of the ma
chine shop there, for an invitation to In
present. The affair is announced for
Thursday evening next.
The followiiii,' nre thr; proceeds front
the lute tcuipcrnm." pie-nic: May ijUoon,
?7'); excursion, 1 (J."J (JD; refreshment stand,
$1."j: total, $1!H ('0; from which is deduct-.-d
$17 .() for Hilvcrtisiny utid priiithir,
)e;iviii"; not profit of17 f 10 a hatnlsoinc;
showing, iml :.
-The Hon. L. F. Plater, of Hanlin
oiitity, one of the most jimminc nt nii'inlicrs
of liic Twenty-ninth . General AsseinMy,
lulled tlifoii'li the city yesterday en route
for Ontra'.ia, to attend the Deinocr itic con
.vt'iniou to-inornv. Air. Plater honored
The llt i.t.KTix hy n call.
As soon as all imperfect niarksiiien
are weeded out of the shooting cluhs, nnd
tliose remaining can each score n jiossilile
21 out of 20, The Ufi.i.KTix will he per
mitted to make public the resti't of the
meeting outside the Mississ1' ipi levee.
'The pulilic sluaild he patient. k'e are.
W'e state, without authority, that in
Hil proVtibiiity Mr. (Vnnelly. of Charleston,
I'nii.d States Attorney for the Southern
District of Illinois, will he Decoration Day
oijitor. Persons acquainted with the rvn.
Ileniun speak highly of his ahility as a ptih-
'n: ,ieaker and cdnuuend the selection.
The attention r our readers is called
1o th -bankrupt sale notice to Ix; found in
this t -iiiiiir's issue of The IItm.etin.
The sale is timd" hy the assignee of the cs
tat" "f Claiborne Winston, and will take
place nt the corner of Seventh street and
Commercial avenue, at It) o'clock next
-M inday moniino;,
-Last nioht ('apt. Dan McCarthy was
nominated l,y Muyor Winter and rejected
ly tin; council. Tlire were four for, four
furi'mst. Vr.Geore Wilson was put into his
lhtre ly unanimous vote, Messrs. Axley
:unl Cain were continued on the force by a
iimmimou.s vote. Mr. Ocornc Olmsted waK
jp.int"d in place of Mr. Sargent, resided.
-Win. Seluiltz. a colored limn, was trad
before .luMice Holiinson yesterday for steal
itiV' a lemon front Kluyea stare nnd nbusin
nie person win. discovered him in thu theft
lie ,urn.,led in makiuu himself,, obnoxi-
ims uen in.- ponce lia.l to lie called In, and
.voli-nlay morniny Ik- was committed to
jail'ie, default of payment off", i,nd costs,
About three o'clock yesterday morning
u party ridintf an unshod horse cut .red the
T.lin.ghter-hoitse of Mr. Ferdinand Kochkr,
iwrtsMe the Mississippi levee, and tnlu two
licn-1 of cattle. Although parties were setit
nit In various directions in pursuit of the'
Uucf tuid rattle, shortly after the roblx'ty.
no ti.lingsjind lxrn received from them nt
n Inti' hour lat nigfit.
-An it 'tn in yesterday tuornlng'a Issue
! this paper conveyed the impression that
Mnrh Brown gave up the three dollars he
was charged with stealing, to the owner
only after tho pnliep htid rot wind of the
matter. It was intended to convey this 'Men,
but Brown saya that he returned the money
before the jiol i?e knew iinythinj; u'wut the
ntfair, nnd in thi lio is' oorrulorated by
credible witnesses. .
. L.Towiiht the .1 Vita boys dedicate their
new and elegant hall, corner of Commercial
avenue and eighteenth street, with n straw
licrry festival and ball. The committee in
charge has left no stone unturned that will
add in the least degree to the success of
the affair and enjoyment of those who honor
the occasion will) their presence. X cor
dial invitation is extended to everybody to
The Planters' House people wen anx
iously looking for Mr. J. E. Howard yester
day. Mr. II. was one of the guests ut the
hotel, but being viewed with what appears
now to have been justifiable suspicion, his
luguage was placed in the otlice for sate
keeping. Taking advantago of the tem
porary absence of the gentleman who pre
sides in the otlice. Mr. II. got possession
of his worldly effects and made his exit
front the hotel by n passage in the rear of
the building, not intended for that use.
The whereabouts of his baggage is known,
but up to dark hist evening Mr. H. had not
put in appearance to claim it.
Bn.i.fAitDS at Walker's.
GROCERIES AT AUCTION!
A consignment of groceries, consisting of
Tea, Baking Powders, etc.
Sale at 10 o'clock, a. in., Wednesday,
May loth, 17
Comer Ninth Stnvt and C'ommcrieal
avenue. Tom Winteu, Auctioneer.
Don't forget the grand lunch at Walker's..'
Time Fm:i).G i:it max School Picnic
The time for t!i '! t.:,. school picnic hits
b.'cn definitely lix d. It will be on to-morrow
(Thursday. i;t.. at Parker's
Grove, on the Nt'ii Oauge railroad. A
good time may be i v;viU'd by all. The
boys will havens't k race, besides oilier
amusements, and the .rirls will inn a race
for a prize wreath. l'."und trip tickets, for
adults, 50 to t : child.', li, 21 cents. Train
leaves St. Charles hotel, at ! o'clock a.m.,
returning at ."5 o'clock p. in.
Billiards tit Walker's.
WHAT MIL XINIAN KnWAI'.D't SAYS AllOl'T
IMS CAlltD INVESTMENT WAV Til E
SPIIINOKIELI) mii'l.K t IT INTO CAHHI
The venerable Hon. Ninie.n Edwards,
of Springfield, was in the city yesterday on
business; nnd. as all really intelligent and
enterprising men do, called on The Bfi.le
tin to renew his subscript ion and pay in
Mr. Edwards is a large -holder of Cairo
property. In 1S.V. with the then governor
of the State, Matteson; John Moore,
State Treasurer; Thomas H. Camp
bell, State Auditor; Judge S. T. Lo
gan; .lames L. Lamb; R. F. lluth; John S.
Bradford; John T. Smith' and others. Citi
zens of Springfield, he came to Cairo and
bought lots and put up a num' r of build
ings. Col. S. S. Taylor, for the Tmstees of
the Cairo City Property, gave to the Spring
field Company sixteen lots, and the erection
of the St. Charles Hotel was
at once commenced. The contract
priee for its construction was :)2,000; but
before it was finished, it cost about b"),00()
more. When it was about completed, one
wing of it fell, and afterwards it was mid
to Thomas Jlagsdale who finished and then
sold it. Each memb.'r of the Springfield
company took two lots on Ohio Levee, be
tween Sixth and Eighth streets; ami, in
consideration of the fact that they had pur
chased the lots at very low figures $1,2.)0
for each, with tiie exception of the Vincent
corner, for which Mr. Edwards paidLodD
each member agreed to build at least one
house, a three-story brick, twenty-live by
one hundred feet. Gov. Matteson built
two the present City National Bank and
the Express building. Judge Logan built
the Williamson house. After the buildings
were finished, a fire destroyed a number of
them. The Williamson house was left a
shell. This Judge Ian traded to Mr.
Edwards, who reconstructed it. and is now
Mr. Edwards says Ids Cairo investment
was the most profitable one in; ever made in
his life, lie put into the property lie owns
here $ 10,000 cash, and in twenty years suc
ceeding bSoo realized in the investment
$00,000 over and aUive his taxes. Lately
he has not had as satisfactory returns its lie
had formerly, but he has li'ad
larger returns from his Cairo m
perty since ls7. than from any
pioperty owned by him clswliere.
He is now getting for it mid hiKjvcr got
less-ten per cent on his invcsttitVnt, and
enough to pa v his taxes, lie savs lie is
satisfied whh' Cairo and Cain, proper! v, and
expects, before many years to get a yearly
return of cent per cent on his investment of
lSVi. In all his business experience in
our city he has never had, he suys, any
trouble. He never lost u cent and never
had to Kiieri man to make his money.
Mr. Erlwards" testimony is a high com
plinicjH to our city, and we place It before
oiir-feadcrs with much pleasure.
A pleasant and cheerful room is essential
to the health of the baby, and the usual
pains and Ills of the young ones noon van
Mi ufter the use of Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup.
Vrice 2"i cents.
Don't forget the gr ind lunu-h nt Walker's
THE COUNCI L LAST NIGHT.
MAYOU WINTEK'h ANNl'AL X ESS AO E A HE
VIEW OP THE WOHKINOS OK THE (".TV
lioVEHNMENT Dl'KIMI TIU Past MI NK I
I'AL VEAIt IIEKI.KCTIONS AND Ml'OtlKS
THINS AN OIIDI NANCE KELATI VtS' TO TIIE
I'llorosEIl COMI'KOMISK OP THE city's
II0N11ED INDKUTKDX ESS MINOR MATTEIIS
OFKK'EIW KOH THE EXSl'INO YEAH.
At the meeting of the City Council last
night His Honor Mayor Winter nnd Coiin
cilmen Yocuin, O'Callnhan, Tliistlewood,
Hittenhouse, F,oley, Fatter, Halliday and
Lancaster were present.
The reading of the minutes of the pre
vious meeting was dispensed with.
An ordinance providing for the holding of
a special election and submission of the
((iiestion of issuing bonds under the act
therein named, was read a first hue and re
ferred. . ' ' ' :
The Comptroller's action on the Treasur
er's annual report was approved.
The street committee reported in favor
of awarding the contract for the tilling on
Commercial avenue to Julius Serbion; for
tho tilling on Thirteenth street to Tims.
Boyle, and'the report was adopted.
A report was also made on the resolution
of Aid. Foley to fill certain streets in the
Fourth ward, and the committee reported
in favor of tilling' and draining such places
in such streets as may in their judgment be
Mayor Winter then proceeded to read his
annua! message, and we are forced to con
tent ourselves with making a synopsis of i.,
the crowded condition of our columns for
bidding its publication in full in this issue,
as we intended and desired to do.
The Mayor, after congratulating those
member! who were re-elected at the late city
election, proceeds to n review of the city
government, nnd says that for the pasl
three years its administration has been
marked by economy, while its predecessors
wvre always expensive and some of them
cxtravi'gnnt, so much sons toinvolvethecity
at the present time in a bonded indebted
ness which is characterized as burdensome
In any plan to relieve the people, modera
tion is urged upon the Council in its action.
In speaking of the proposition, now pointing
to compromise the bonded in lebtedness of
the city (which has been published in de
tail in The Bn.i.ETi.N) lie says it is fair,
honorable and just; and he re
gards it as the only true way of clearing up
our financial iilEiirs, but expresses his doubt
as to the abiihy of the tax-payers to meet
the incrcf.sed taxation the nica-uro would,
if in force, involve. If, however, th.; city
.should g.iiu tiie suit now pending in the
United States court at Springfield, he sug
gests caution in any legislation having in
view a coinpromis.'. and think, that this
generation will have done its duty if it pays
the intenst on the bonded debt, leaving to
posterity a legacy of the principal. In all
events the matter should bo thoroughly
sifted and discussed, and the conclusion ar
rived at submitted to the people for their
For the improved financial condition of
the city, he takes all the credit, and, ac
cording to his showing, is entitled to a"
of it. The whole plan was matured by j
himself and submitted to the council. The
chairman of the finance committee and
the committee itself at the conclusion of
this portion of the message, is highly com
plimented. "I must say," sayi lie, "that
the chairman of the said committee for the
past three years, together with the balance
of the coinniitteo the past year, litis worked
faithfully nnd diligently, and yuarded well
the trut reposed in them.'1
In referring to streets and drainage, lie
speaks of the large amount of work neces
sary to be done during the present year,
and suggests the adoption of a plan of re
pairing old sidewalks with old lumber
from reconstructed walks, and the sub
stitution of 1 fj-inch oplnr plank for the
2-inch oak now used, wlien new walks are
to be built. He also has a kind word for
cinder walks, which, he says, are cheap and
desirable, and easily kept in repair.
The police dcparlmeiit in dismissed with
a brief paragiaph "it is well organized,
considering its size, and the extent of ter
ritory" to be patrolled.
A new jail is needed, and one should be
built as soon as practicable. As it is, it is
is well managed and the prisoners worked
"Notwithstanding the learned legal
opinion of the City Corporation
(Vuncil against its provisions," lie
lirges the passage of the ordinance,
now peacefully slumbering in committee,
whicli,uivcs to the city the power to regu
late wharves, landing places, docks, etc.
The health of the city has, he says, been
extremely good, and utilises citizens in the j
future to use extra caution against contagi
ous disease, by keeping their premises
cleaned and purified.
"The morals of the community is great
ly Improved the past year which is attributed
to tht! reforms inaugurated, for we can see
the beneficial result from the same, and by
a closer supei'villiance of the police force
it Is proposed to still greatly improve the
same. The Sabbatlulav is becoming-more
and more observed. Saloons are kept bet
ter closed, and with the exception of la
borers from across the river coming here
and becoming intoxicated and appealing
Ukhi our streets, I can safely say wo have
galneil that bight of timi'itls that few com
intinltlcH the size of this city can boast of."
Under the head of gas, "there is Home
agitation, but principally by those who
have an axe to grind, that the city should
light Its streets again, If the
streets are lit at all, St ts just ond proper
that they all should le. The taxpayer liv
ing off from the business thoroughfiire needs
a light to wend his way homo just as much
as tho business portion of the city needs
gas for their patrons, or that the wealthy
needs gas to go to their homes."
Under the head of "Railroads" another
hand takes hold of the message. The
change is obvious in the first three
lines and the earmarks arc familiar.
The late efforts of the city to
induce tho niro nnd St. Louis and
Cairo and Vincennes railroads to
move on the railroad strips nre alluded
to (they have been published in TirEBi'L
i.etin). He then discusses the plans of
tilling the strip to a grade with the cross
streets and to putting the grade below the
streets so as to pass the trains under bridges
at cross streets. He prefers the latter plan,
and goes on to say, "but when one does not
want to do a thing it is easy to make a
mountain out of a mole-hill, or an impassa
ble gulf out of a road wash.'' He then al
ludes to the mutual interests of the city and
railroads, ami concludes by announcing
that this will be his last year as Mayor.
The message will appear in to-morrow's
Bri.i.KTiN in full.
After the submission of soino claims, the
passage of others, and the transaction of
business of a miscellaneous nature, the fol
lowing officers were nominated by the
mayor, ami continued :
City Counselor W. B. Gilbert.
Street Supervisor W. H. Scbutter.
Ass't Chief Fire Dep't W. T. Beetwart.
City Jailer Patrick M ihotiey.
Chief of Polic e -C. D. Arter.
Day Polic. nian John Hognn.
Night Policemen W. F. Axley. Andrew
Cain, George WiNon, George O'.mstciid.
Sp ial railroad and wharfbout police
man were confirmed, as follows:
Cairo and St. Louis Jos-ph Bludso-,
Cyrus ( Iverman.
Cairo end Vincennes A. J. Cooper. J. M.
Illinois CentralJohn Hart. Wm. Fit.
g -i-ald. George Lohr. Morris Wiley.
Haiii'.',ay' Wiiarl'l oat James Laws, John
Dan. McCarthy and Win. II. Sc'ti.lt'r
were rejected lis policemen.
There, was other business tn:ia t'l, ,i:-,d
the council adjourned.
Continuous effort impoverish, the blood
unless it be kept pure by suitable food and
(when needed) Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture.
Don't forget the gtand luncliit Walker's.
The Cairo Turner Society will give a
Basket Picnic nt Parker's- (trove, on the
Narrow Gauge railroad, next Sunday, ti e
1Mb int. Round Trip Tickets. Fifty Cents.
Trains leave the St. Charles Hotel at s ;:io
a.in., 11 a.m. and 1 :H0 p.m.. stopping nt
Tenth street, Klein's brick yard and
Twen. -Eighth street. Return at 7 p.m.
The committee who have the affair in charge
havo perfected arrangements which insure
a good time to all w ho will honor the occa
sion with their presence. Committee.
Fun Rent.- Any length of time, a two
story residence, corner of Twenty-third and
Holbrook avenue, formerly occupied by
Peter Ciihl,contaiiiiiig nine rooms and cellar,
with stable, woodsheds, etc, all in first
class style and arranged i-i the most con
A1 so, for rent, a spacious storeroom.
2.xl2.'5 feet, situated Nu. NO Ohio Levee.
For sale Buggy, harness, etc. ' For
further particulars inquire of
A. P. SclMIOEDEIt, Agent.
No. SO Ohio Levee.
All those needing anything in the provi
sion line will do well to call at N'.s. 70 and
71 Ohio levee before purchasing elsewhere.
Pork, bacon, lard, etc.. all in good stock and
prices down I down ; down!
April 22. 17. W. P.Wnn.iiT.
Bu.LiAitns at Walker's.
Persons having cisterns damaged by the
hit" storm can have the same repaired or
new ones buiit promptly and at juices to
suit the times by calling on or by addresing
the undersigned through P. O.
J. S. Hawkins.
PltOPRIKTOH OF SI'llOAT'S PATENT
WlioloKilo Donloi' in loo.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OBTON, WELL
PACK EI) FOR SHIPPING.
Loads a Specialty.
( ) !' !' 1 ( K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
JCK! ICK! ICK!
In now Prepared
To Fill Orilci'M, Wholesale or Retail, at
Orni B and Its Hotw at th Citt BitKWKnr.
Ico I Ico ! Ico I
jUHEKA ! EUREKA ! !
A Substitute for Life Insurance Companies.
Widows' axd Olmmians' Mutual Aid Society
OrjMti'.zeil July 4. 1S7T. under the Iaw of the Stnti- of TUtnots. Copyrighted July 1), is::, tttuter act of
OF KICK ItHt
N. B. TillSTLEWOOI), Piiesidknt.
MRS. P. A. TAYLOR. Vice Pklsidknt. J. A. GOLDSTISE
D1C. J. J. GORDON, Medical Aovison. THOMAS LEWIS.
BOARD OF MANAGERS.
MUS. V. A. TAVI.Olt,
.N. II. TIIISTI.KWOOO,
MIsS KATE L. VOCIM,
.1. ,T. o!IS)N.
J. A. (iOl.IXTI.NK,
MUS, 8. A. AYI'.KS,
J."'!'ir mrt!culur Inquire at the oflli-e. corner Sev.nth xtre.-t and (.'otnnvr.Mal avetute. Winter li'ock.
THE PALACE HOTEL OF' CHICAGO.
TREM O NT TI O XJ S E
fix yi y - Wi,
I'KICI-S liKlU'CKll TO x:j I'KIi DAY.
AVne I'arlor ".H'r. f.t'-i-it n Fr !.t Ien.M-ii. ir.j I;. n:- uld ;oO.
()OMS WITHOUT HOARD. Ml TO Pi'Al DAY
AN ELEGANT RESTAl'BANT CONNECTED WITH THIS liorsE.
liUiH KUS AM) COMMISSION' MKlii HANTS.
WlIOLESALK 0 KOCKIIS
.".7 0HIO LEVEE.
AGENTS A MF. BI (AX !!0 KKIM oMPY
W. Stiiatti. ( ;iin .
T. IIoii). V!"
CiRAIN, FLOI'R AND HAY.
Egyptian Flouring )rills
llitrliest Cftsli Price i'aid lor Wheat.
IT INKLE, TIIISTLKWi ) )D
Fanners' Tobucco Wiirelioibe
General Commission Merchants,
Ndh. l i ntnl l'.T Cnmraer- i
tial Avetill.', l'
I MlhltAI. A lv:iie eni.'iit tn.i.le or 'ein::,rr-.etit-
el' TiiImii-.'ii. K'.uiir mel i:iln.
NOTICE TO CONSUMEUtS
TlievrentieVWIiyof our TIN' TA(I TOHACCO
Ini" tatt-eil tunny Itnltiillolis tliereiir tn lie plui ed on
the nuirket. Wu tlietefure cuittliill ull chewer
iiyiilni"! iHri'1inlii(I wn'h Iniltiitlnlis.
All dealer hayjiii! or nellliiK other niter tolmecn
liearltmn Imnt or meialUe luhel, reinlet ihemelvei
llulile to the penalty of Iheluw, nnd all perixitu vlo
lutlnit our trade murks uru iuiiti.hiilite hy line unit
Imprisonment. See uet of Coiik'n'. Ann. 14. lSX
'I'heueutllael.OliUILAKI) TIN TAO TOBACCO
ratilnt tlMltmaUhed hy TIN TAO on each lamp,
wllh tho word I.OliltlLAKO (damped thereon.
Over T.i'M tin. tolau-o tiold In 1S77. uud nearly
3.11m) )ern employuil In furttirle.
Tnxe pul11 Oiiveriiment In IS", ulioat H.sun.nno,
nnd during past W years, over J).(),i).
Tliei) grmAn sold by all Johhei at liiiinufat'tarerii'
frTlitf TIN TAO HMOKINO TOBACCO I
"iieoadto tiutio" lu aroma, nilldne, purity and
MUS. E. C. RlllD,
S. I). AYUES,
, .- ', ::'.. f
MIY (li-ol s. ETC
The laiire-t wlioli-salt- and retail Pry
(cods and lotlihig ll.ttisf ju thi, ( iij ;
j ttfe rct t'iviii;- Lew (mods daily and are
otl'i'i iii' great bargains in the most 1-ap.i1-soinc
lines of ( AiU'ETS, OIL CI.OTHs
and .MA'ITI.VdS; ilks. ( aslnneres, Bou
nd tc, ami a 1:1 cat many other new
stlei of li'c-si (iootls. Fail"-. Etc: in
fact in very department of their busi
ness, they cordially iinite tin public
to call nnd see their stork.
SALOONS AND IlIsTAI KANTs.
Saloon and 3 otaurant
THE HEi-T lit
WINES. LKil'oRS AND CIGARS
Ci.:-ii:.tiy 01. lisinl: a;-.i hn mtn-tat tly on Lar.tl i
l .r-..- Mii;::y ef
FUI ITS, Li:M0XS,0KAN(iKS.AlTI.F.S
ft W !!..UAI K AMI I'.i:TAII.,
A't Hip Olil l. ni.inleo H-.t.'I. f.ilOliln U;i:
lMioT AND SHoK MAKKI1S.
ROOT AND SHOE MA K Kit
Comniert-la! Avenue. Im-I. i
M.vtli atnl Si v.-nth ;. i'
'PAKKS pleim ire iii iniiiuuticliirto lil puliuti and
1 ihe iii'lle L'enernilv that lie ni r.'ei'iit y ri'i-i'h I'd
the tlne-t nnd ian-t m i." t sto. k of Leuther of every
ll.'irrlptel.l ever l'r.illljhl tn till- eliv. All itoik It.
Iik llnu exeeilleil prni!iitlv and In the heM niiintier.
Entire j'itli.':i.'tinn Li i v . -ti hi every Itisiiim-e. I'rl.-e
r --ixileilile. A cnrilliil IiivIimIIiiii evt'-nded to all to
call and examine cmid and learn pi lee.
The Cniro llox and Itoskot Co.
n U I L I) I N( M A TK U IAL
I'Tooi-in, Sidinir. Lath. Ktc.
At thu very lowein rate.
llavln? ft Heavy Stock of Loijs on Hand.
Wu tin; prepared to
SAW Ol'T SPECIAL ORDERS
On thu liortet notice.
A SPECIALTY made of STKAMUOAT Lt'MtlEU.
V W.. al--) Diinilt.i I :r,. K lil I C 111 (X M A 1 1 Itl A I..
Cracker, Ca'u'y, l'ac!(laj; Du:;c, fitavc", HeudliiK".'