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NO. it TII1HTKKNTH HTHKKT. CMI1Q. Il.l.
1 W. DL'N NINO, M.D.
(ffllei anil Kenlilrm-t;
iiKKH K-V. W. ror. Sltlh at., near Ohio Levee,
KKSIUKNCK -Corner Walnut ami Math "''
It. K. W. WHITMK K,
1 ental 'Surgeon.
Orrnr.-No. 1 Coromorilal An'outf, between
Kinhih nnd Ninth Street.
J)K. V. ('. JOCKI.YN,
OKKK'K-Elirhih Street, near Cumrm'nUl Avenue.
Q P. WHEELER.
OKKli K-OMo Levee, het, Fourth nd Sixth t
J INEGAK & I.ANSPEX.
A 1 1 oi'noyss-a t- La w.
OVTIi K -No. Ill Comim-ma! A vena.'.
I! We arv authorized to aminmuo 11 I . I.OF
1.1 N n- a csinliibte fur sheriff nf A'.v mm'.. county.
ili1ij rt tn I hi' lirlii-ii'U of tin- people at thi' I'leelUitl
in Nov. ni'icr mxt.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Mti-iiiii? Iaily in Southern Illinois.
oFKIi'I.X I. I'AI'KH OF THK CITY AXH COUNTY.
Iviuni tt ('ml) font 'inplates it jic-nie.
Nir'v I'i " :,: 'ioii litis L"n' to IJurt'ulo.
II'i'.i;li:ui's hiitwi- )m lifcn torn ilown.
Wniniui's Temperance Union tliis i. m.
Mi-;. Cl;ir:i Kvfc ;s sujitirr!ti.rat M mnils
.1 it :i .
Mr. P.. F. R!v'e Iiik L'onc to St. Loot's
Mr. .lohn Murphy lift for Mnutana
Till' conil'tion of M's Edward s'.ill
t Mii I,ii:i Mum left for her home at
Wiliii'iiL'ton. ncfir CliicTjo Similav niL'lit.
Mr. .lames Coleman and Miss Lena
V J :itt were called fit the Ri'iiian Catholic
Church Sunday lat.
(tivo tlii' box fnctory its iluc. Levally.
alio w w stulih hy hU brother on F.idav
iiiylif. was einplnyi il there.
dpt. H.illiihiy left Sunday for New
York City, where ho will await t lie arrival
f his t'umily from Europe.
Mr. John n.'irry and M;ss Mary Ilofjan
were i 'i: ei tile hist time nt the Roman Ca
tlmlie ( Inirch Sunday niurnin;.
In the foot nice between Will Kendall
Mini John Lane on Saterday hist, we fniled
to learn who won or who lost.
Mr. John Smith, the Fourth Ward
bute.'n r. has retired from business in the
city. He will try funning, near Goose Is
land. Tin' county coiirt will net on the ap
plication of Sheriff S.nii fur judgment
Melius: ilelinijttent lotsnail lands on Wed
At the reception ifiven by Mr. J. II.
(.'niter i (.'mil. Kollin:pin und lady on Fri
day ni'jht hist in St, Louis, anions those
jireM'iit were Mrs. U. Dnnn and Mrs. Chan.
(iallih'-T, of tl!s city.
Mr. Fnckitt. who was injured some
t:ine -ince by tii"tnj from Mr. Cary's
bitililinir, was on the streets Sunday. Mr.
P. has exhibited wonderful vtality during
his painful confinement.
The boy Mirtin, the Ixiot-hhuk,
saluteil a ('oiijile of drunken lalMirers from
East C';iiro, Sunday niiflit, in his insulting
ninntii'i, when one of them knocked off his
)iii,'h hut. Martin rushed into the street,
and with h larye sized rock struck the
strani t in the face. The lmy beinj; swift
t'Hited. und the men drunk saved him
from a sound threshing.
Tlie Diocesan convention at Spring
field to-day. We are committed to thesup
I h nt of Hev. Stevens Parker. He lives in
New.leivy, it is true, ami is consequently
of furciun origin, but a few years of contact
with tin; pure and vigorous civilization
that tin- West affords will smooth the rough
ness ii)s-pnrable fr))m rt New Jersey train
ing, and make the reverend gentleman the
peer of the most polished among us. He is
Thk Hi m.ktinV candidate, and that fact
alone noes a long way toward forecasting
It was a mournful sight to see Mr.
(ieo. Fisher on the street yesterday with
the snakes. He had them bad. As he
walked up Commercial avenue, with
a little brown jug clutched in his riirht
hind, people readily yielded their share of
the walk to him, and the little hoodlums,
fearless as they generally are, shrank '-om
him in terror. Mr. Kirkpatrick, of Anna,
sent them to him, and they are now on ex
hibition at the reading rooms of the Reform
Club, where they will he used as a fright,
Brother McCartney, in the (,'raig case,
in Mjieaking of the tiialevolence of Mr.
Craig's disposithm.iind of the reluctance with
which Mr. Lluegar alluded to it, observed:
"But lie pHUStid ere he struck him; how
jmxw he to rmuac ere he struck him! Was
it rnftlicef What i mulire? Malice, gen
tlemen of the jury, i an early vegetable
nf rapid growth." Now, we submit with
J i) tlVn-nff to our learned brother, that
malice U not "an early vegetable of rapid
growth;" or if It is un "early vegetable of
rapid growth" what kind of "un early veg
etable" is it? Is is a persimmon? oris it a
beet? is it a banannai or is it s.U.ish? is it
it raisin? or is it a whnt-is-it, or what?
The ruse of the youthful organ grinder
Escabo, whose father was drowned from
the wharf-boat of the Cairo and Yincennes
railroad Saturday night, presents some sad
features. The father and son were lying
on the guard of the wharf-Unit awaiting the
arrival of an up-Uuind steamer. Sleep
overcame Uith. . During the night the
father awoke, and, it is supposed, while in
a drowsy, half-dazed state, walked over
Umrd. The drowning man's cries aroused
the attention of persons on the boat, who
ran to Ids rescue, but reached the spot too
late to render assistance. It was thought
best not to awake the little fellow tit the
time, and he was allowed to rest undisturb
ed until morning. At first, w hen told of his
father's fate, lie laughed, and supposed the
kind-hearted fellow about him Were joking,
ami it was some time before he realized and
believed the truth. Bereft of his parent at
the age of seven years, in a strange laud,
among strangers, the tears that flowed from
the m sir little fellow in the tirt shock of
grief were natural and affected men pres
ent much older than his father. Finally he
was transferred by a tug to one of 'he low
er wharf-boats, where lie was foitnnatc
enough t fall into tln'i inds of Sol. Silvir
and other sympathizing gint'eiiiin. who
took him in charge, made his case known,
furnished him certificates vouching for the
truth of Ins unfortunate condition, and
yesterday, propped up on a box that he
might turn the handle of os dead father's
organ, be reaped a harvest of i:ck!i . He
intends going ou to NYw York, and we
have no doubt that our people will s-e t it
thf.t he has means u:mi-nt to take him
there in a proper manner.
Sancho PiUlZa :iid. "God bless the Ulan
who first invented 'ccp;'' (od bles the
mail Who first invented Cottonwood trees
for shading put'poses, say we. lb- was a
benefactor, and desem well of his k' ei.
If he does not reap th-reward of h's ef
forts in this world, he may lest ussri-d he
will not iir-s it in the next. In t'iee hot,
sultry days, the vicinity of Tin: Hkikt n
building is a parad'-" for poets. .A,iy nf
the tribe can loaf around on the rai"'ig and
by the least cxen i . of a vivid i'liiik'nailoii
s -ethe b'ail,v!tl snow de cend'iig on the
streets and house-tops below, and
dream that once he was pun
as that lieiui''fiil snow; but to a fellow
to whom a primrose by the i Ivor's bm a
yellow primrose is to him. tin ight has a
depressing effei t. It bl:'u's the cyc. tiiU
the nostrils, interferes with respirat'oti :
covers his clothing with nap and gives l';in
the appearance of a . sloven. A i 'ivet'ga
tion, conducted uion scientific principles,
reveals the inipoitant fact that the cot' n
wood (populus mou'lifiTtt) is, !ke the hu
man race, divided into 'sexes; and that the
shedd'ig of down while in a state of sicca
ilon (sicco, siecatits) is peculiar to the
female Cottonwood. This being 'he case,
of course all further compliant from lis
ceases. The 'man who would raise U
voice to woman, save in the
way of kindness, lacks prudence,
and it would be base flattery to call him
fool. When we find one of our own sex
violating the proprieties of life, we do not
hesitate to tackle him, and are wibiti'; to
take the fonseipienees. In ties case we are
helpless. It certanly is not the part of
a glorified manhood to abuse a poor, weak,
Unprotected female Cottonwood, but we
think she might be taught manners if she
were taken in hand by members of her
own sex. At any rate the suggestion can
do no harm.
Ai.Lof them have used Dr. Bull s Blood
Mixi.ire. Who? Thos.- who heretofore
suffered wp'i Itoils and pimples, but who
are now free from such annoyances.
Mits. S. Williamson, for the next week,
will offer an extraordinary cheap line of
juillinery goods und notions to her customers
and the public generally. As the season
is advanced, she wishes to disMise of her
stock and has determined to offer it at
prices that cannot be resisted. Beaut'f'ul
neck ties are marked at 10 cents; gisid
(piality hose, 10 cents; handsome silk neck
handkerchiefs, 2.1 cents; linen and cambric
handkerchiefs, 5 and 10 cents npiire, and
many other notions and seasonable gmds
in proportion. She bus a full line of straw
hats for ladles and children In all the d
siruble shapes, and has marked them down
to tilmottt wholesale prices. Ladies who
wish to make splendid bargains in any
kind of millinery and fancy goods should
not fail to embrace the opportunity now of
fered them. ,
Day Boaudkkx. At the Thornton house,
opposite the New York Store, ftfi 00 Jer
month; also hoard with furnished rooms.
pAnTim.Aii attention given to wrapping
paper, sUte, jtencils, t Pyatt & Co'.,
Twelfth and Washington avenue.
Don't forget to attend the May fentival
mt Scheul'i garden to-day. The ten pini
alley will le at the disioiiitiim of those
who desire to use it, all afternoon and even
ing. Skauchinu wjll discover all things, and to
discover a well as remove fmpurities of the
lilissl, the best blood searcher ii Dr. null's
AN INTK.ItF.STl.MI AKKAIIt IN W llll If A KOHMKll
llKslllKST OK CAlllO Kill I'll KS HUM KWII AT.
Under the head of the "Muchly Married,"
the Poplar Bluff Citizen of a recent date
tells the "marvelous matrimonial exploits
of u modern Mormon," one John L. Glenn
who was lawfully tnurried to Miss Dicy
High', in this county, in June 1872. A
short time after their marriage thev re
moved to Charleston, Mo., where Glenn en
gaged in the saloon business and made a
very unenviable rcputution. They removed,
some three years since to Neosho, Mo.,
whence the inconstant husband made
frequent iips to Galena, Kansas,
where, representing himself as single gen
teinan, he wooed and won the heart of Miss
Lavania Mead, the daughter of the proprie
tor of the St. James Hotel. They met by
agreement at Joplin, and Itev. D. K. (Vuip
bell innocently pocketed h's fee end tied
the knot ina'i Imoral. Glen M))l
blushing b.'de inimed'at'ly left for Galena,
but here the spell win rudely
broken by two men named Henderson rid
Ilobipson who happened to know nil
about the tiist nun riage, and did Hot hesi
tat" t sta.de Galena Ith a t'r.Illi'ig re
cital of Glenn's impost line. Glenn met their
charges with defiance, and loudly licensed
them of Lying t i levy blai kina:l upon Ii'mi.
Xot lik'iig to be beat when thev had the
be t Mid of th" cae, these gentli liull I'
l.'Mled to Poplar I'lulf and telcL.-aplied
''V X. 1, informing her of her husband'
de .Ttion and fraudulent ma. .Inge. 'I lie
article ill the it' '.i n t which we have re
ferred concludes as follows :
I,at evening the Xeoshn hack brought the
broken h'-arted womn the St Janus
H"ti 1 in th's city, where she t ipp . la-t
llight t i fe-t i"ld iUiet her lie. .c- plepiila
t'iy to the aw fill meeting 'hat will take
place on her ai rival this morning at Galena.
A Niws reporter called upon the lady at the
hotel la t evening, and was shown a mai
. 'age c 'i .ll'ra' of which the fo!low'aj is
a verbatim copy:
("' .Villi. 111.. June 11. lsT;.
M'ATK. oK Il.llM'Is. (
"I. I. J. 'Jl. a ju-tice of the peace,
l;i'ieby ii llil'v ;h;.i ...I ill's day I joined in
tnai.Iage Mr. John L. Glenn with Miss
Dicy ltagel. agreeably to law."
sKAL.j I.Ot'ts JntKiKNsKV.
.Illsth eof the Pea c.
We ha,l't heard the p:" liclllars of "that
ineetinv," but pres'iiii;-that Glenn iotoiied
it as long as he could with a regard for the
feelings of the laibe ' 'Volved ill the case.
I Ik thought he heard "the angel sing,"
but it proved to b.i a horoiis of yel's i 1 1
the next door clrldreii. He gaw desperate,
procured a bottle of Dr. Bud's B.ibv s up
a'ld sent it to Mr. Smith with h:s compli
ments. He was a b lielor.
At Toou vi'u. inkstands, si r ipd Vs.
pocketiiook". copy 1 ks, at Pyatt A" ('"'..
Twelfth and Washington avenue.
I.AKi.K.sT lllld finest line of papeteries in
the city, at Pyatt A (Vs.. Twelfth and
Blank Mric Papku; Small Framed
Mottoes, at Pyatt A (Vs. Twelfth and
Itt ssiA and sea Iskin pocket books, id
bums, etc.. at Pyatt & Co.'.s, Twelfth and
Tiik Ladies of the German Catholic Con
gregation of ('aim w ill give a May Festival
at Scheel's Garden on Tuesday, May ','st, for
the benelit of their chutcli and school. Ice
cream, lemonade, strawberries, etc., in fact
everything in the refreshment line, will be
in abundance, for the ladies will spare no
time to have everything in good style, so
everyone that comes will have a pleasant
time. A No. 1 string band will play all after
noon and evening.
IIahwimiu A' Son's Profcsssional dead
ball, also, the Uiunding rock, at Pyatt A
(Vs. corner Twelfth street and Washington
A NEW German school will be opened on
the first of June. 173, at the old German
school house, on Fourteenth street. Parents
wishing to send their children there can not
have a better opiortunity. Also an evening
school will be opened. Ladies and gentle,
men w ishing to learn the German or French
languages, will do well to take advantage
of this opirtunity. Terms moderate, ae
fording to the times. For particulars ad
dress lock U'x Hb P. M. Fhikukkicii,
Sampi.k boxes for merchants, at Pyatt A
(Vs., Twelfth and Washington avenue.
LKTlTK COLKMASM 1,AIM)KY.
Mrs. Lettie Coleman has reocneil her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ingtoii and Commercial avenues, and takes
this method of informing Iter old friends
and patrons that she is again at their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage, She
lias reduced prices to suit the times.
A Rkmahkahi.k Uwci.t. It makes no
difference how many physicians or how
much medicine you have tried, it is now an
established fact that German Syrup is the
only remedy which has given complete sub
isfoction in severe cases of lung diseases
It is true there are yet thousands of persons
who are pri-disscd to throat nnd lung af-
fi-ctions, consumption, hemorrhaged, asthma,
seven' colds settled on the breast, pnuc-
inonin, whooping cough, etc., who have no
personal knowledge of lWheti's German
Syrup. To such we would say that ,10,000
dozen were sold last year without one coin
plaint. Consumptives, try just one bottle.
Regular size, 7.1 rent. Sold by all drug
gilt in America.
CRAIG CASE Gt YEN TO THE Jl'HY.
A I.AHOB CIIDWI1 WIT.NKSS 1 UK CLOSIMI
SCKSKS OK TIIK ( HAIO 'I ItlAI. A KAMI
Hl'KlAKLINO OK TIIK FA I It HKX A I1K
Kt'M K OK TIIK IIISTOIIV OK THE CASK.
TilK Bl l.l.KTlN lias carefully refrained
during the progress of the('raig trial from
giving publicity to any facts connected
with the case that could possibly be con
strued to the prejudice of the peoplo or the
defendant. As the conclusion of the trial
removes all bans on that score, and as the
cuse has excited considerable interest, we
give a brief history of its salient points, as
adduced in evidence. At the HeptemUr
term of the Alexander Circuit Court, 187rt,
un Indictment 'Was found, accusing James
Craig of the murder ' of Thomas
Morrow. The case has been con
tinued from court to court, until
last Thursday it was called for final trial.
The facts of the homicide had been exten
sively discussed thiotighout the county, and
great difficulty was had iu finding twelve
jurors without a disqualifying opinion, Out
of the one hundred and twenty summoned,
the following gentlemen were chosen iiiuMy-i
duly swoia to t. the solemn issue: O. B.O
Hunter, r..t. Mill. w. M. rrazicr. .losepli
Dixon, John Hurst, Daniel Dean, S- nuel
Williamson, J. J. Hodd. Joh Fulton, Leon
Peterson, Scott Xeal and W. M. Williams.
The defendant andiieceas"d wele employes
of Atherton. the owner of the large
av mill at I'nMy, bi th:s couiii
Morrow was sawyer, and Craig storekeeper.
In the month of May. 1711, about three
or four o'clock in the al't 'moon. Morrow
was seen to approach and enter the store
room w here Craig was engaged at his busi
ness. A I'eW minutes a''te, .vards, Mr.
Brown, a witness for the people. tc.'MYs
that she saw the two men in front of the
-tore, ill the street, and -aw Craig strike,
withlo's fit, the deceased from i Vo to four
I'lows, kam k'ng hi'ii dow .i. lie was then
carried by Craig and a man named llostner
"ito the house. She was stsm'big near In r
sliloke bollse. aUait two hundred and fitly
y:rds from the combatants. Mrs. John
Ilinlge, who was tti'i'; at li r w indow aUait
loll feet f-om the s, ,. ne of the al'-ay, stated
that she saw Craig kicking at something
on the porch could not see what it was
that he turned, went into the store, threw a
leu out, and assisted by Homer. carry
Morrow bit i the store- her testimony :,i this
I 'i u t being the same as Mrs. Br.iw.iV She
also stated that a high Uiard fence Was
bitweeii her and the parties. '1 he testi
mony of the phyician who examined 'he
corpse twenty-five hours after death en
siled, dec lared that the only WoUluls in
flicted Were a bruise on the lieek cider
the right ear. and a black spot cider the
light shoulder blade, near the p" al
Some ten or twelve days after the death
of Morrow, Dr. WardniT made a thorough
post mortem examination with a view to
ascertaining the injuries inflicted by the
blows of defendant. He t Mitied that
no ImiIics were broken or ''-actiOed. the
skull was Mind, and the stomach appeared
1 1 be more deconiosi.i than any other na
tion of the body, and that the wounds dis
covered could Hot of themselves be con
sidered fatal. The defense showed further
that tin parties had been on friendly
terms; that the deceased was in the habit of
getting drunk, was drunk at the time of the
d;tliculty, and wh!,e in th:s condition w
inclined to be ipiarrelsome and vicious.
The foregoing is a brief statement of
the most important facts disclosed
UMin the trial. The argnnient' of
counsel began day before yesterday, in the
afternoon. Judge Mulkey nnd Mr. Line.
;ar defended, Mr. McCartney, of Metropolis.
and Mr. Win. Mulkey represented the '
pie. Long and exhaustive sjiccches were
made by these gentlemen, and there wr
certainly no lack of zeal and ability on
cither side. The concluding argument was
made yesterday by Mr. McCartney, and the
ease submitted to the jury. At one o'clock
this morning the jury were still out.
Hotkl Piioi'kkty Foil Sam: ok Rknt.
The well-known Alto House, at Alto Pass,
Ills., a bargain and Usm easy terms. Reg
ular Dining Place for trains on the ('. and St.
L. R. R. Delightfully situated and mikscss
ing all the requisites of a sipular Summer
Restort. It is at once a pleasant home and
a remunerative business; title itcrtirt. Ad
dress the Alto Hoi sk. Alto Puss, III.
New Advpi tispincnts.
SMITH, HACK A-CO.,
NO HO BUIIAO STRKET.
AUGUST A. - - - OA.
lti'.'cUiil!y Sillclt CiinsiKiimcnts of
PROVISIONS. PRODICK. GRAIN AND
ri) which thi'j will Ul ,.Hri,ni nrt prompt at
iteutlmi. Ilii'. ru prrpsrwl to make IIImthI
Cnwh Advance '
soil will aim their hint eitnrts for th lutenfts of
" mwirinu ''' wllh ninslKnnn'St.
Bj'fer. bf pe'mlMlon. tn NiTniNit. Bank, of Ad
(jai; Snoni, BxeMANiia Dank, of Annum, Us,
jjJUKEKA ! EUREKA ! !
A Substitute for life Insurance Companies.
Widows' and Orphans' Mutual Aid Sociktv
Orirnnl.od ,Ta1y 4, ls.77, under the lawi vt ttif Hutu of Illinois. Copyrtlit.'il ,)n',y '.), IS7T, under m t of
, , , t'orijfri'M.
O K V IC y, It H :
X. B. THISTLKWOOD, Pukmpknt.
MRS. P. A. TAYLOR. Vk k Puksipknt. J. A. (JOLDSTINK, Thkasiukii.
DR. J. J. GORDON, Mkdh al Ai'visim. THuMAS LEWIS, Sm uktakv.
Bo.VIil) OF MAXAOE1H.
.Mil". V. A. TAVI.oU,
N. 11. Tlllsl'I.KWooi),
MISS KATK I.. VM t M,
.1. r. laiuiMiV,
J. A. (lOLIwriSK,
MHS, 8. A. AVllLS.
Kor particulars Inipiire nt tl'.e ett'.i e, ronur Seventh t-t r.-i-t ami Commerrtul nveniic, Wlr.tcrs's Mori;.
MIE 1'ALACI': HOTKL OF CHICAGO.
rn nT7ilrrATn TT-TTfNiTi
t r, j.t
PRICKS llKIiLCEIl TO & PER DAY.
A'iovi' I'srler K!(Kir. exri'titltii Frutit lioem nn.l ! .m with LVt:
ROOMS WITHOUT 1JOAHI). HI TO H2 l'KH DAY.
AX ELKO A NT RESTAl'RANT C NNE(TED WITH THIS olK.
(.UiN'KUs ami ( (MMIsION MKKi'HAVT.
WlIOLKSA LK (i IMM'KIiS
.IT OHIO I.KVEK.
AGENTS AMERICAN I'OWhKRCOMl-Y
W. -tiuttiis. Oiir.i. T. Iliaa. .Miourl.
( AIi:u. ILLINOIS.
GRAIN, FI.Ol'R AND HAY.
Egyptian Flouring )Iills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse
(ieneral Cittiitnissiiin Merchautj,
Nii. lO anil 17 Cummer- I P...,,, f.r
eUl Avenue. i VAIKO, 1I.I.S.
f I II Kit A I. AilvHiirenients muili' on ('(inslnmetil
14 nf Tuliurni. Flour anil liralii.
XOTICK TO CONSL'MKKS
The ureal ri'lelirltr of our TIN TAO TOBACCO
hs i ii .l nisiir ImltstlunH thereid'to he plwiil ot.
the market. Wo Iherefiiru euiitlno all chowers
susinst purehsolni; such tmltntlmix.
All ileler IiujUik or nelllnn other pluvt tol)scco
l)i'irlnu bitnl nr nmUlllc Utiel, render theliixelves
llktilu to thu penalty of the law, and all permm vio
lating our truitu murk are punlKhutilu ly lino anil
Imprlisolimeut. Sen lift of Ciini'rem'. Ail. H, IHTD.)
Thoi?emilnuLOKKILAHl TIS TAU TOBACCO
run he dlntlnuMilxhed hy a TIN TA on eaih lamp,
with thu word L01IRI1.AUI) mamped thereon.
Uvur 7.0W tnm tohai'fo cold In IHTT, and nearly
HUM pemonn employed In farorle.
Taxi' paid (lovernmuut in 1(477. about $.'!"IU)U,
ml dariiiK pant ti year', over 'J),ii,il).
Theae uooda Hold hy all Johhera at mauabrtiircra'
tmha TIN TAG 8MOKINO TOBACCO la
"aet-ond to conn" In itruma, mlldnean, parity aud
quality. ' ' "
mi;s. e. c. Four),
f. U. AVIiKS,
iflrrvl .j' T
I'KY (.'Mills. KTC
The larirot wlmlesile ainl retail Dry
(riHiN ami ( li'tliini; Hniie in tlii"- Cit ;
are leei iiui,' new GimmIs daily ami hit
ofliTiiiir !rreat liat iraiiis in tlieinnit liaml
M.me lilies nt' ( A HI ..TS. OIL CLOTHS
ami MATTINGS: silk. Ca-liineres, I'-ii-nttes
ami a irteat many other new
tjles iif Irei GimkI. Fans. Ete.: in
tact in every department f their lnii-ne-s
they omdially invite the public
Ut call ami M-e their stock.
SAMMi.NS AM) KKSTAt HANTS.
Saloon nnd Kostaurant
TIIK BSMT OT
WINES, LICL'OHS AND CIGAHS
I'onaUnt'y i.'ti h ml: :: lei- uixtantly on liard a
l jr.-i' ujI)' nf ,
FRUITS, LEMONS, ORANGES, aVPI.ES,
At IiiLKAI. AMtl UtTAft..
At thf Old lelmonli-o llntfl. Hit Ohio Uvee.
BIMIT AM) SHOK M.VKKK.S.
BOOT AND SHOK MAKKIl
C'ummi'rrUI Avenue, het. I ('.iltiji III
Mull ami Sevenili an. I fillip 111.
rp.KRS pleaaurt- In annoiiniiniito hl pt rri and
1 tlm pulille generally that linlia n-e.-ntly r- i iv. il
thu Bnet and moat aelivt ti k of Leathern of every
d"i rlpllnn ever brought to thU cltv. All work In
til line ei'i'iiti'd promitlv and in ihe beat manner.
Kntlrn iatll'tt"'tlon nlven in every lntanoe. 1'rli'en
reasonaMe. A rnnllal liivlutlnn etieadi'd to all to
call and otanilne tfooda and learn prlee.
The Cairo Uox ami Basket (k
win. ri iiM IMII
Flooring. Sidinsr. Lath, Kro
At the vnry loweat ratea.
Having a Heavy Stiwk of Log on Hand,
Wii am prepared to
tAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
Ob thu aliorteuw olli'O.
AS P BO I A LT Y m adu of T R A M BOAT MI M B K It.
( ritsker, Caudy, Paeklnf Bute, Slave, Heading.
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