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THE DAILY CAIRO lU'LLKTTN: TIIIT.SDAY MOIlXLVft, MAY Hi, 1878
J'KOFIfrMONU ( At.'US -PilVsU I VNH. ,
"y It. SMITH. .ML M. II.
Nil. !l TIIIKTKKSTH hTHK KT. CAIKO. ILL
1 n7ll'NSINii, MP-
office pinl Ili'sUrm :
ni'I'It K - N. W. ror. Sixth at. near Ohio Levee .
ltllllKNCK- Corner wu'n'M unci
It. K. W. AVIIITI.OCK.
iiriiil-Vo. 1'. Commercial Avenue.
i:i..;i'h and Ninth Miwn.
J)H. W. C. JOCELYN.
i ) i : x t 1st.
D'rrli 'K-li;lilh sinv'. near Comm-rcial Av.-utii.
P. W HEELER.
A 1 1 o rnoy-a t -T.a w.
OVKI K --Oh in I.-."e. 1et. Knurl h mid Sixth at.
INEGAU i LANSDEN.
A 1 1 on 10 vs-n t Law.
li'i'K'K - No. IV) Commercial Aven-ie.
We an- i:thor!iil In anmir.nre JOHN Q.
HAl.'M AN. of Alexander County. a a candidate fur
'f (he Appellate Court. Fourth Pi-tricl. l'.ll-l-ir..
-'.I'lJ.-ct t.i tin' decision or th' IVmocratic con-.,-i.t
. u called to inert .it I yntraHa. May I". 1ST-.
f 'f are iithorii!"il to announce H. A. I.
Wll.r. NK. of V!iiii'.lon County, an a candidate
I'.T c'.-rk of the snpr-me our?. Southern Orand
Jnu. Illinois, :itijiT lo tiio de;-ioii of the
1) i;i i raiir iioniinatiiii twovntion. lo be held at
'-ir,.:ii. Miv 1ft. 1".
f We r" antheried to aiinoiuic HAHIHN
V'AK. otCsrlyle.CHi.tou Ciettity. a a (Judidatc
fur t Vtii of the Appellate Conn. Fourth Ii-;rict.
.3 ,'irM v MiV.ect to the decision of tin- lleniocr.-itic
r..u." .I'lioti called lo ri'i't at I'-tittalia. NitKW
Wf are r.utiiorii-d to announce W. C. I.E
CiU-SE. ut KMiiiUam 'umy. a- a (-jtMlMat for
l !. ot the AiM'l!iit ' ( o'.irt. Y ourtii li-trlct. 1!U-
.Iij-jc! to the iKi-in'i of tie: tli-moi-rallc Convey;-
,n .il.il to nn-t at ivi.tfa.!a. May 1 .. is"S.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
O.iiv Mmnin? Iailv in Southern IlIiiiitN.
OFFH I A I. PAVER oF THK CITY AND CoT.XTY.
A IK U T TOWN.
Air. Antrim, jr.. is th" l'ss skater.
All M. E. festival at I'llin. Tuesday
ii:,'ht. netted for the church.
Assessor Alden has appointed Mr. Nick'
llunv'ker deputy assessor for the district
eiuhi ieing Santa Fe, Goose Inland and
Theh I)o we hear an nlijection:
A dispatch was received in this city
yesterday afternoon annoiincin"; that n
lruinnier had heen mlilied at the Planters'
Hons.., St. Louis, of four thousand dollars'
worth f watches on Tuesday night last.
Taw wus a lively rumpm nmong the
t olorod umaons on Poplar struct, near the
't-irfiic:', yrsterday afternoon. Ther was
a man at the iKittoin of it. The police in
terfeiwl and arrested them, and Magistrate
0iii assessed a rlni' of f"i and costs in each
Ciw, 'J'he fines were paid.
Day In-fore yesterday a lady w ho lived
with the family of AYm. Ashhrooks in Hal
lard, comity, Ky., was standing near the rlre
washing her infant child when her dress
caught lire, and In-fore assistance could
reach her she was lmined to a crisp. Med
ical skill was employed in vain. She died
yest-rday in unenduralile mjony.
The young man, Harrison, charged
with tin- murder of Jimmy Tucker on ac
count of which was pulilished in Tiik Ik.
l.KTix several days since was tried !y an
xamiiiing c.urt, last Thursday, and held
to miswer hii indictment for manslaughter.
In default of hail lie was committed to jail.
At the tire on Walnut strrct yesterday
Dii'ining, a tenement hous:-, occupied hy
colored families, was partially destroyed.
Tic five department were on hand with
their ustt-tl celerity, and we are reiUested to
state, not having Ween im ,.ui,i ourselves-,
that the Houghs were the first to get to
work on the rlre. The ,ws was inconsider
ahle. The young gentlemen composing the
'Cane Brigade," with a nuuiU-r of their
lady friends, go to Fort Jefferson to-morrow
ou a picnicing excursion. The affair
is iind-r the management of Frank Ile.l
""";'ad Ed. McCullough, who Imve char--lered
lie- ferry-lioat Three States for the oc-'-ion.
The hoys i,r(. looking forward to
it day "f rare enjoyment.
We might as well commence the item
jiow-w,. expect it to do daily duty in one
ha:e - another for two months. The new
Hilicrnia limine h.aise is in the first stages of
-levelo,ment, a place for the foundation has
1 "''""I'lfcveralrimsofhriek laid, ma
terial eoMantly arriving, and small hoys
watching Hnd Undying the work as it pro
grcvH, " our inside pages will he foUd
iiitere.ting romance, entitled "Citv Council
- P'iflllur llleefmir," ,y Vm j j. -
To vl.ii-away the teditun of leisure mm
we know of nothing i t1(. Wlll,1lf ,i(,ni.
tare which i.i i ii .. I It ti i . i
I ' e Slllect I li K'S
not, to he suiv, ailmit of many thrilling
jiasv.-.., r ol .sc.-nes "ylamoiired o'er
...... i mur aiiveiiiure. Hilt WecailsalW-
i.V, aii-l e..loclieeimly. ,hisi. ,mr
to pe i.. it Mild then ,lit..
-T'-e ..Mov ing ollice.is, ,.,.cte, ,v tin
11...., I. ....! If.... I. I.-
" '"' 111 "".v rin- conipmivat a reit-nt
im- -iMiir. were installed Imt Monday night
-eriM.v. u, iwaiM; viee-presiilcnt,
lni !es A elier: secretary, Chmles ( mining
Item: rcasui-er. V. T. Ueeiwart; captain.
'h'ii:-s Frank; foreman of la.. J,,,.,
Kin-lilcr: .on-uian of famine Richard Ilunl;
mill assistant f"rcuii;i if t-imhic, Jit!:ii .u k
ImririT. T!ic Im.ir.l t'clirirt.r an : CU-.i.
Fnink. .I.tlin Ko.-!i!it. HK h.ir I Html. Hit-
mini 51,vit mil! P. H. Hiiri'liiy,
Si'ViTtil wri-k aiiiiv alirHrii'.r,v ixcttrrril
in tin' northern jmrt ut' Hallnnl u:ity ';
tWCTll )lf. Mills' Itri'l t'll l'PtlH'!N, I'u'l't
iiml nml Ym. Li'tin-ll. i.i wliu-h t!u- letter
wn kilK'd. Mil!" iinnicliiit.'ly li't't the
ciiiintry mill u mt ln'i'ii hivirJ f uini'i?.
E. 1. Hi'ii'ly. li" w irvi'nt nv
cil the wlii'li' ntVniy. U no-. on tristl. clmru
cil witli U-injf !r""rv ti the net. Tin
iavititfirion ir mi" to lt inti'rcti!i:i!iil
lcnythy. !i:nl the di taiU will In- uivi':i to
our mi'lcrs in .htf time.
At tin i:tt uurtin.' of the Ta-i:iycrs'
As"i'iatin. :i ri'Soliitinn w:m mloiti-il ;iji
H.intinu a I'l'iiiniittc.' of three citizens from
eticli w:irl. Milijit't to c all ly tlte executive
ci'inniittec of the vhifion. to foiwi.ler
the jrooition p'ruiini; for a loinjiri'iuise
of the city lmmleil leht :i:vl the iiropriety
of callint: a ui'.lie jiiertUij: t. div.-u the
matter anil take sueii :n ti":i in the pn nii
a. may 1 leem-il .ro;vr. Prc;.le!it
AViKvlwarl appointed the f llowir.i: gentle
men. an I they were iluly nor:!i .'1 viortly
alter the nitvt'.n' ot tie aetioa t tae n
sm iation: Fiist wi.rl II. II. CaC'lv: It.
AY. Miller: Geo. AY. Miller; s roivl war. I
P. Y. lt.n-lay: P. X-or: Dr. Yanlm r; thirl
wanl-Geo. Vislier: P.. P. 'Wake: John
Clancy: fourth warl Ch w. Xellis: .1. Y.
Turner: 11. Fiterahl: fifth wan I H. I..
Halli.lay: Hmry WAU: E. 1. Petri?.
Jim AW n Is is a tl ij j. r little jhski-t-
cutter and thief, yelirw a- a gold lmg and
lively as a hornet. IV'.le AYood i a lar.-.
overwhelming.' u t of a wi inan. ve'.iow as i
her hu.'i.'ind. imposing in le-r aspect and
hetteriil her mori'.s, hut, as the result show
ed, physically inf -rior t-i !n-r ior I an-1 mus
ter. On acivmt i trivial d -rntii-disagreement.
si- ?hv law" on him.an 1
vsesi-d herself of I's'.inieiits which would,
if served, curtail h: p--r-inal liU-rty. He
calhilon her and ! -Mi.nded tlu ir urreiid.-r.
She refused. II--. h-'W -vcr. conducted
argument with sucii f -t -e and persevcrence
thatMrs.AYlike M:.irlnder. was re-lue -d
ton state of "flopping" and licgg.'d forniercy.
He got the papers, tore them to atoms and
retired from the scene. Mrs. AV full of
hruises and a sore heart, reported tin- facts
to Constable Sheehan. and that oftict-r was
on Jim's trail at a late hour la? night, with
fair chances of eventually caging him.
"The Dedication Dall and Fi-tivul of
the Delta City Fire Company, which t.k
place nt their new engine hall last night,
was one of the biggest affairs of the kind
that has taken plaei- in Cairo for several
years. There were more than one hundred
couples present, and the affair financially, as
well as socially, was a decided success. The
Delta City Cornet Hand, on the invitation
of the president of thecompany. Mr. Isaac
Ostrander, was present and at various times
throughout the night favored the assembly
with some of their most choice selections.
The refreshment consisted of the
choicest of brands of every description.
The ic'-crcuni, furnished by Phil Saup, was
equal to any Chicago cream we have ever
indulged in. and the strawberries, which
were picked from the farm of Thomas
Sprout, of Columbus, were among the finest
we have ever seen. All in all, the celebra
tion was a complete success, and the recol
lection of it will long remain fresh in the
memories of the Delta bovs.
Unhkmittino application will induce dis
ease unless the Mood be kept constantly
pure and rich. For all hard worker the
remedy to keep the blood in the best con
dition is Dr. Hull's Wood Mixture.
Facts. People are no longer content
with giirs work and conjecture. They de
mand the facts. Formerly, if the skilled
and aged mariner stated that there were
ten fathoms of water below the craft, all ac
cept ?d it as tru while now each person
wants to throw the line over, anil s-e for
himself what the plummet tells. The fam
ily medicines manufactured by It. ". Pierce,
M. D.. Iturl'alo. N. Y., have been thoroughly
tested for many years by the atllicted and
found to possess the in.-rit claimed for
them. His Compound Extract of Smart
AYeed is unsurpassed in curing dysentery
I Moody -tlux) and cholera morbus, w hile
many physicians prescribe it for the relief
ami cure of the painful irregularities pe
culiar to women. His Favorite Prescrip.
tiou is the best tonic mid nervine known,
and is endorsed bv the lirst Indies of the
land. In reading the testimonials of
those cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery sonic wonder how one remedy
can cure so many diseases. Supise the
'out be injured, and you become sick at the
stomach, dizzy-headed, and faint, do
you fancy yourself attacked with three
or four different diseases' And
would it not be an insane physician who
neglected the foot and administered to tlcj
throat or head? So catarrh, bronchitis, con
sumption, scrofulous sores, ulcers, blotches,
pimples and eruptions are universally ih
pendent upon and caused by Impure blood,
and can only be cured when it is corrected.
Is it not. therefore, plain to see why the
Golden Medical Discovery, which is the
standard blood purifier, alterative mid tonic
medicine in the market, effocls the speedy
cure of so w ide a range of diseases?
'Wii.i. it ilo no harm.'" This is the
qtti-stion often asked, and the answer Is. "it
can not," for Dr. Hull's baby syrup is mi
innocent" remedy, warranted to contain
in ithi-ropiuin, Morphia, or mntli'iig inju
rious, I:-ic- rents a bottle.
AX (HTKAOEOVS AVFAIU.
A CIIAlltVAItt WITH A hKIIIOC KMX NO C. .1.
IIAKKKI.K Willi, K IIKKKNKIN.t Ills UoMK IS
-TAIIIIh!) AM) t-:RKKI.V WiM. NHKIr All-
IIKT OK WMK OK TIIK I'AKTICII'ANTm.
The ciMoiu of frivin mock hciWiutli.H to
newly weilileil coitplesi is tin otil one. It is a
irotluct of foreiifit orioin, ami wa toleniteil
in this country until the iihuses which grew
u;) iiinler it Itecaine uiieinlunililc. Then
t!ie nul of the law was invokeil, iiml in 1
most every state nml nuuiiciiiality, rior-
ous measures ,w ...mpteii ior its siippres-
sinn. which are in existence, it not in force,
m the torm ot statutes and ordinances. It
was. however, one of those customs which
proved for a time stronger than law, mid
the disrepute into which it has fallen is t
trihutaUe to the strong puhlie sentiment
liostih' M it, rather than to its unlawful
character. It still has a sort of spasmodic
li.-ing; and often terminates, as in this case,
with serioil' conseiUencis.
Mr. I". J. llaefele, n young man who is
well spoken of liy his acquaintances, was
married to Mivs Kate O'Connor, at the l!o
man Catholic church on Tuesday morning
!at. After the ceremony tlie young coujile
repaired to their home in AVinter's row.
I where tliedav and a lMirtion of the cvenin'
w ore haj pily away in thecompany of friends
and ri'lr.tivcs.iJ Hint niiieo'clock the tirt hand
of sereiiaders put in an appearance, and,
w ith tin horns, hells, pans and other noise
producing instruments, awoke the ecliiH-s of
the nei;h!iorhood. Mr. Haefele courteously
invited them within the house, where he
opened a hox of cigars, and ly judicious
gratuitous ditrilmtion induced his torment
ors to suspend operations and retin'. They
had not !cen Lfone loiiir. however, hefori
party No. 2 appeared upon the scene, and
the sjine process was repeated with the
same success as in the first cav. Shortly
after ten o'clock a larger party put in an ap
pearance, and made, if jMis-ibh-. the night
more hideous with vile noies than
their predecessor-. Mr. H.'s cigars were by
tlii- time exhausted, and in attempting to
mollify the crowd, explained the fact to
them. Hut they were not the kind of Im.vs
to he niollifie 1. They ini;t have cigars or
they would furnish music. Mr. H. pro
p.s -d a a compromise that they should call
around the following evening, ,and he
would, as In- says, "sot up tlj.e cigars."
This prosi-ition was squelched without a
disen?i:ig voice, and one of the young
men offer-d a substitut" propping that
Mr. H. should yield up 1 for a keg of
leer. He was unanimous in ilrlining thi;
and the music went on. Mr. H. then made
his exit from the hoti; by the rear entrance,
and went down town, seeking the aid of the
police. Iiu? that Udy whs being nominated
and continued just almut that
time, and. of course, could not Ik.
found. He returned home, remonstrated
with the young fellows, pointing out to
them the trouble they were inflicting on
his ncighWs and entreating them to go
away, but to no puqios?. Mr. II. then re
tired within the house, but the crowd re
mained on the walk, and some of the wo
men folks in the pxini almve responded to
their serenading with a shower of water.
This enraged them, and Mr. H. again up
jicarcd among th'-m.
He became involved in warm words. ml
seeing Lulu Koehler's nrm raised, as he
thought to strike him. caught hold o.' that
ji ungtnan and pushed him off the walk.
He was immediately attacked by others of
the party, but does not seem to be jiositive
as to who used the knife, although he dis
tinctly reniefuU-is receiving what lie at first
thought win only Mow on the breast. This
part of the affair was soon over, as immedi
ately after the infliction of the wound the
party took to their heels. Mr.
H. did not feel the wound
until, shortly afterward, he attempted
to stoop to pick up a lock he had dropped,
and found hims.-lf unable to do so. His
first impression was that John Petrie had
inflicted the blow, and that young man was
yesterday arrested and placed in the county
jail. Subsequent developments, however,
point to young Ferdinand Kochh-r ns tie
one who used the knife, mid afterward
threw it away. Hy nine o'clock lust night
William McEwcn, Herman Sticher, AYill
Snyder, fins. Liiinmi-r. Lulu Keohler, Eddy
Kochler :id Ferdinund Kochh-r were ar
rested, charged with violating city ordinan
ces, but not, as was asserted on the Ht reefs,
with being accessory to the stabbing.
The wound is severe. but not
dangerous. It is located about three inches
directly below the nipple of the left breast,
the blade penetrating the pleura, or outer
covering of tin- lung. An inch higher it
would have touched the apex of the heart.
Mr. H .has had a narrow escape, and in the
peculiar circumstances of his misfortune
the fact of its being the flrst day of his
married life -sympathy for him in univer
sal. The conduct of the young men is
reprobate by everybody, and the punish
ment should be such as will serve as mi ex
ample to other Ihivh whoso mischievous
tendyiicles cannot be repressed by either
tluyat or entreatv
fiiK Cairo Tu
tluyat or entreaty.
timer Society will give a
llasket Picnic ut Parker' Grove, on the
Narrow Gauge railroad, next Sunday, the
IHth Inst. Hound Trip Tickets, Fifty Cents.
Trains leave the ft. Chnrlc Hotel nt:!!!)
a.m.. 11 a.m. and 1 :II0 p.m.. stopping at
Tenth street, Klein's brick yard and
Twenty-Eighth street, Met urn at 7 p.m.
The committee w ho have the affair in charge
have perfected arrangements which' liMirc
a good time to alt w ho will honor the occa
sion with their prcn-!!i", CuVMivi'Kt:.
Mr. ('. It. AYooilwanl retunieil luuiu
' Mi's lllllic Pilelier.wlli. lias li!,.n llhseilt
I in St. Louis for sometime, is again at home.
('. Y. Hess nml wife, Pa.lucah; F. M.
llooilall. l irion, Ills., are ntv at the Plan
i Mrs. Posey, of Henderson, Ky., is in
I the city visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. S.
Itev. Mr. Morrison, who is attending
)itril., ,,,,,.,,.,.,. nt I)uQ(,in, is expected
home this afternoon or to-morrow.
Mr. Frank Schuckeis returned to town
yesterday from a Hying trip to MurpliysUi
ro. Hors.' racing and politics are exciting
the citizens of that lively tow n just now.
Mrs. Wells, mother of Mr. Henry AYells,
of the Alexander County Hank, w ho spent
the winter in this city, will leave for her
home in Huston, Mass., on Saturday, Mr.
Wells will accompany her its far as New
The appointment by Mayor AYinter.
and its confirmation by the Council, of Mr.
lied. OlnMcad, gives general satisfaction.
Mr. O. i an old citizen, although compara
tively a young man. is possessed of intelli
gence, industry and honesty the qualifica
tions most needed to properly discharge the
duties of nn officer of the law.
Fiiist-c!.a4 day boanl
Hons. $is per month.
at the Planters
Full Sai.K. The frame holts- ou lot :!.
block 10, flrst addition to the city of Cairo,
will be s.ild cheap. House can In-removed,
and inut liesid at onceand taken from
the lot. Inquire at Nkw Yukk SnuiK..
Persons having cNterns damaged by the
late storm can have the same repaired or
new ones built promptly and at prices t-i
suit the times by calling on or byaldreing
the uiiderigned through P. O.
J. S. Haw kiss.
A nkw German school will be 'oKned on
the tir-t of June. H7. at the old German
sch'sil-hous -, on Fourteenth street. Parent
w ishing to send their children there can not
have a better i-pjiort unity. Also an evening
school w ill U- oielied. Ladies and gentle
men wishing to learn the (ti-rin.in or French
language, will do well to take advantage
of this opportunity. Terms moderate, at J
cording to the times. For particulars ad
dress l' k Uix Hiu. p. M. Fhikhkuk ii.
fllP Jul) OltirP.
have ntiri hssi-.l tiie f.at .t S'yl. of Typ". have
priH uri d tie- ervin- of Kqirrt I'rinti-r and r
now (r-'iared to do A',l Kind" of Joli I'riiitin j in t be
J )ANKHl'PT SALE.
Notice iii h -rrliy alv.-n th e the nniji-rriirm 1 u-iiiet-
of th" r-tjti- of ( itihorin! Wiiisinu, hanV
rut. will, on
MONDAY. TUB aTil DAY OK MAY. A. I. it?,
at 10 o'cIik k In tin- fun-noon, at the northw.-.i cor
ner of Conmii-rt IhI avenue and s.-n-nth .tr-ei. o.-ll
to tin- hiihi-t hidd.-r loria.u iu- foilottiiii; l.k.
unroll'-i t-d notes and ai i oniil b--loii.'ini to raid
hankrnpt'a i-"iate. viz: 4 Irdtrer. 10 ilar nook". 1
land hook and 1 -ale hook. Noi". and dm- hil :
In Mi Kenc.ii-. 7: John ilrown. 1H: havid
John lilailnrv. in in'me l .1 Parker.
ailU 1 . t(. It art "pi ance. I i: M. U. If I II
"itaiue. !",: M. I).
. A. II. Ketnhl
idl. $ss; Thi-roii 1'a
t--r. I0: John II. Da v ir
Hook ai ionnt: A "ne
in 77; Al"-a. II. IIoImtIou, .? 51: l W. Ilarlxi-.
l Vi: .1. M. Kiddl.-hntu rf $17 W. J. t.-oo- o-.
I til M: K. B. Watkin. fV, 07: .-.t:ii" of Wm
I'iiliftm. J.i7-.'; John Kiirdver, $IH7S: T. J. J-f-frir.,
.-.it.- of c. Tlul-v. y' Vi; Ih nrv Mau'Z
II .'!; J. II. Watt. U Mr-. Kate Wai-h.'
K.tate of John K. Smith, f tl in: J. J. .Mi Cormlrk.
i:-J7: Marifan-t I.. Hhilhrirk. t'i SM: .luo. l amp,
hell. $11 Vi; T. X. lilll. $14 ii7; X. W. Cart-r. Ill 71;
K. T. Meliltl. ll S; ( lie. staid. $WVi: W. K
lliwklna. J'n jo; KUt"Ol K'-rdlnand Vii tor. $17:
II. Wood. Mi: (ins If -i rn. lo; W in. Wiud-r.
K. P. Ilannu. i John H. Ci lia. T, iri.
J. TsYI.OH SMITH. A-iija.-
PHOPHIET(U OF SPItOATS PATENT
H E 15 Y THE CAIt LOAD oitTOX. WELL
PACKED FOIt SHIPP1XG.
Cat Load.- a Specialty.
o v K I ( i-: :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CVA 1CK! ICK!
I A CO 1 Klkk
a now I'repari'd
T( Fill Orders, Wholesale or Retail, at
Om K AMU vH Mill K AT TIIK ClTY IllO.W T.IIT.
Icmi ! I en ! !
YOCUM A: SKUIHAX,
IIKAI Kll IS--
CIlllNKIt EliillTII STHKKT.CAIIM). ILLINOIS.
K'K! ICK! ICK! ICK! ICK!
NOT SNO W !
At II nnierof Kl-jlil lri-el nml Ohio Levee. e
lire how iri'i!iivil In till nr.ir lur onre Lake lee ill
reiinoiinlile ium.'s nml In iiicintl I' limn lea
I m till- in ear 0 nl lot. nml will unuiiinlee to can-.
oil- enlollle lliioiii'li tin. .,.;l.uli. Le.iM' onlel'. Ill
I lie old sUml,
vol t m a si:i:iiian.
I.I K K
JirilKKA ! KUKKKA ! !
A Sulistituto for Life Insurance (Ym,;)anies.
Widows' and 0j.ti.axs' iMi'tcal Aid Society
Orcanleil .tii'y i. H77. ttmler the I ihs of tin- Stnti- of Ullno
OFl-'IC I-: I H :
N. Ii. THISTLKWooi). Puksiuknt.
MHS. P. A.TAYI.OH. Vk k Puksiuknt. J. A. GOLDSTIXK.
Dll. J. J. (ioHDoN, Mki.k ai. Anvism. THOMAS LEWIS,
HOAIID OF MANAGERS.
JIIIS. I', A. TAVI.Oi:.
N. 11. TIIISTI.KWimli.
Miss K AT K I.. YiH CM.
.!. .f. (lOltlKIN,
J. A. (IDI.IisTIM-:.
MltS. S. A. AVIIKS,
;-Kor partli-ular inquire at the utile.-, corner Si
TIIK PA LACK HOTEL OF (
TliEMONT TrlO USE
I'liK'ES JIEIircKI) TO x: PER DAY.
Aliove Parlor KliHir. .-xn-jil Kront Itoom lad Itisim iiU f'.aUi.
ROOMS WITHOUT HOARD. 81 TO 8'i I'KR l)Y.
AN ELEGANT l!ES TAl'HANT CONNECTED WITH THIS IKHSE.
OUis KK-S AM) COMMIvslO.X MKKCHAXTS.
WlIOLKSA LK (i KOCKK'S
r: oino I.EYEE.
AtiKXTS AMERICAN I0WIjF.R oMP'Y
Cii i l'o.
V. stbati.in. Cairn.
T. Bmu. Mioiiri
0RAIX, FLOrR AND HAY.
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Fiinnei's Tobacco Warehouse
General CoimiiisMiiu Men hanfs,
No". 1-iTiand li7Coinrner- i
ciai Afi'lini-, t
IIIIKIIAI. Ailvann-ments mude on (dnltnmi-iiti
i ol Tolmero, Klour and Ortin.
TOTICK TO COXSL'MKUS
Tin-reiiHi'lclirlly of our TIN T.VO TOIIACCO
Iiu- ( iin-eU many Imitations tln-n-or In lie il:ieed on
Do. marki-t. Wa llierefori! canlloll nil (hewers
iil'iIiii niiri'liii'liif 'm il Imlliitlons.
All dealers tm.vlim or m-llliiu mln-r plnu IoIiihto
lieirlintn hard or metallic laln-1, render tlii-melvi.
llahle lo the lii-nall.v of llielnw. nuil nil peron vlo-
latliut our limle marks are iiinlliiililn hy tine and
lniirlonn I. See m l iifConKiens. Anit. U. is.n.i
Thi-ueniilni- LOIIIIILAIII) TIN' TAIi TliMACCO
('nnlieillllni!iilli"d hv a 'I'IN TAt. nn nirli limii.
with I Im wnnl LOIIIIILAIII) Muiium-iI lliereon,
Over 7.ts lull' tohiiiTit sold In ls77. mid neatly
ii ieroii iniiloyed In tin loiles.
Tlle elld lloverlltl t In tS',7. Illiolll l.riil.llll,
nml iluilii'j p:il IJ. veins, over $Uum".
These jxooili. sold hy nil Johliein nt MiiiiulaetiiretV
rrThe TIN T.Mi SMnKINU TOBACCO I
"eiondlo ninii-" l:i anen.i. tuMilin--". I'neite mid
Copvriih!ed Jt'y !'. tS77, mid -rn;! o
.M!:s, .;. c. hum),
H. I). A Y It KM,
- .Tnth street and f eniaien-ia! avenue. Winter '. h;.,. k.
IKY (ioolis, KTV,
The liirsjest wholesale and retail Iry
Goods and Clothinir House in this City ;
are receiving new (mods Jail ami are
ofl'ei ing great bargains in the most luud
some lines of CARPETS, OIL CLOTH'S
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres, Roit-n-ttes,
ami a irreat many other new
styles or ures tnnNis, runs, m.: in
tiw-t in every department of their busi
ness, they cordially Invite the public
t call and see their stock.
SALWXS AM) RTAt HANTS.
Saloon and Hesitaurant
Til KT Of
WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Conttant'y on li-jinl: al.o hi" constantly on lur.'.l a
lartfe u;ly ol
FRl'ITS, LKMOXS, ORANG KS, A l'PI.F.S,
iT 'lini.KsAI.C SII RKTill.
At the OM Pelmonli'il Hotel, fi.'t Ohio I-Vi-e.
BOOT AM) SlloK MAKKIIS.
BOOT AM) SIIOK MAKKK
Comm'-ri'lal Avenue, ln-t. i
.Sixth an I Seventli t. I
'pAKKS ileasiire in aniiouni-lnu'to Ida patron md
1 tile puhlie Kein-rally that he hu recnllyrecelnil
the Hn"l and most --.a t alia k of Leathers of evorv
d'-aerlplion ever liroilithl to this cllv. All witrlt In
his line i-.is.'itti'd promptly and In the l-t manlier.
Entire atl'laetloii ifiven in every insianee. i rn
reaminalile. A rorilial Invltutlon eiteniled li ll! lo
call and examine Hood and learn price'.
The Cairo Hox nml liasket Co.
I'Moo fitly:, Sidiny;. Lath. Kti:
At the Very lowest r ites.
Hiivlnir a Heavy Stock of Loirs on Haml,
Wi- nre prepared lo
SAW OCT SPECIAL OHDEIIS
On the slioi lest not Ice.
SI'KCIALTY maileol sTHAMIKiATH MIIRI'.
oininiil nt ireK II ' lux ,M. I K II I A I ,
l iMi'li.-i-. Cic. I,'. l':ii.Ulnj( lio.v's, hiuw. IK-:uli:ij(-.