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H. SMITH, Jit., M.D.
NO. it Til 1HTKKN I'll STKKKT. CVll. ILL
1 W. DUNNING, M.I.
Ofllc Mil Resilient :
OKKIi'K-N. W. ror. flih m . near Ohio !..
ItP.MDP.SlK-Corner Wslnut trwt.
It. K. W. WHITLOCK, ,
Orpi.B-Nn. IV. CiimmercUl Avenue, hctwefn
KltfhOi and Mneli Streets.
J jit. W. ('. JOCELYN,
OPPk'K-Klirhtli Street, nesr Commervlitt Atrenue.
Q 1. WIIKELF.lt,
OPPli'K-sJM, Levee, het. Fourth snd KUlh (.
J JNEGAK & LANSDEN,
OPFH KNo. lt-1 Commercial Avenue.
I"-'1 re authorized to iintiounec II. ('. LOP
US randidiito fur Sheriff of Alctsnder comity,
mhj.vt to the derlslou of the people at tlieYlectioii
in November text.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morning; Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL TAPER OF THE CITY AMI COUNTY.
Skivai. Opricr. I
C.IIM. III.. Mitv -JS. ISTS. i
Bar. Ttier. Hum. Wtn.l. Yel. W.atli,-
i p.m. 01
SK 1 Clear.
S i Clear.
Calm - llcur.
SE 1 Pair.
Mixiinum Thermometer, ss; Minimum Ther
mometer, in-; Kaiulnll ii.m.
J A ME M WATMvS.
Scr;;'t signal Service. I". S. A.
Council meeting t. nl't!.
Four lMnifjiff-t ''Hwft;, I on f.
Hudson hint night liy $ht fvlr b.iak Hf
Efforts hit Win-; tradi- in 7'eiH
Seiiiiiiion's liehtilf to rscu,. !iep rini ri
life she tius been leading.
It in saiil that th1 jury La i? Crii-j
case stood one for h.-tnn;;: to f..r impri
soniiietit ami nine for itc(iiitt.t.
Tin' coiiilitioii of Miss Arit-s K-hv:irts
yt-sfe rh iurrtiii)r wns worse, and was,
later in tlio day, reported to In.- rapidly
lakiu. Her assiisin Thompson, still re
winius iluinl) as a mute.
The intirdercrsof thepeddlcrin Living,
toue county, Ky., were arrested yesterday
by it d-puty sheriff of Pop? county. They
were iiiciiiImts of the jiiry which sat ujmn
the i.'i.piest of their victim.
The case of William Citfnges succeeded
the Craig case in the circuit court, and is
now U-ing tried, ('atones is charged with
r-liiiiif ("apt. Fields of $!I(H some time
fiix-e. It promises to lie an interestins,'
The prize medal uwarded at the skat
iny; rink, last ni'ht, an excellent specimen
of tin: workmanship of Taher liros., is of
solid nold. a sImk' ami roller skates pendent
from a har on which is inscribed the word
The coocrs of Cairo held a meeting at
Murdoch's cooper shop in the curly part of
the week to take into consideration the
proposed reduction of their wy;es, Mr.
Everett Parks presided. The niei'tinjr ad
journed to Friday next.
n St. John's day there will lie n
Masonic excursion from Cairo to Joneshoro,
under the nuspices of the Masons of this
city. There will also he a puMic installation
of officers of the order on the beautiful
rounds of the Fair Association at Jones
boro. Extensive preparations are bein'
Hindi' to make the iiltair a success.
The following is the score of the
Egyptian Club, at its meetini on irrounds
outside the Mississippi levee, May 2th,
3 T : Out of each twenty lass balls shot
ill by members of the club. Mr. Newton M.
Kent scored 10; Mr. Thomas Sprout. 7; Dr.
V. C. .IiK clyn. Mr. F. S. Kent, 111; Mr.
1). II. I'm ker, 12; Mr. A. Lewis. 10; Mr. J.
S. Aisthorpe, k; Mr. T. W. llallidav. 10;
Mr. Ed. I)cmii;i, r,.
Tiik lii i.i.KTiN is proverbial for its yal
'iMiitry; but, since our delicate reference to
the eotton wood tree, the general Voice of
the people have t -riiicd it the Chevalier
liayard oi newspaper,. These trees are
worthy of iilleon.ideiittion; and lieivaller it 1
Will hes-id.in the lanyai:,. i.fTobin.thuta
man w!,o would lay his hand on a w an
cuttonwiH. tree, s.ive in the way of kind-1
r.css, is wovM-),nu h saw-mill mmi and it
would be vain flattery to call him a v(id
Hon. Wm. M. Smith. ex-Speakerof the
Illinois House of Koprcscntulives, ami now
clinirman of the JJolird of Itailroad mid
Warehouse Commissioner. j ; the city,
tbi! Kiiest of Mr.John II. Oberly. It wiis
Die intention of the boavd to nmke u thoroui-h
i aminiitio.i, !eiiinin to-day, of the track,
bridges, trcslle work, etc., of the Cairo and
Vinci-lines railroad, but as to-morrow will
be D-coration Day' and as it will be an ex
ceiljoually busy one with the railroad, the
proposal examination has been postponed
to a future time. The board will, however,
Make it ouc" a geiienil examination of the
condition of the truck by passing over it,
and will li'uve for that purpose this morn
ng ut cijjht o'chn k.
Anything Tiik IJi i.i.p.tin cannot yet
not worth having. We went for that yohl
nu'diil Inst niiht mid it is our. There ws
il bi crowd; stalwart men, beardless boys,
iMiy upiny beards, mid a tfood proportion
of Cairo' beauty. Ainony skaters
Chlnney Walker l no runner,
But on roller h' tiiuner.
C'hlnn Kruzler rolled Itict nlylit
For thu irlzi- with ivll nilulil ;
Hut my, Clilnn, who'd ailunitilit II.
I'eilily IluiNon rolled mid j;ot It r
On roller Red Hudson rolled on;
The roller of rollers hi' rolled ;
And tho rollers who rolled a Ued lludnn he rolled .
Looked on as I hey rolled unci the crowd nil
And Red Il'ld'on who wiled before bright rolling
Was voted the roller of rollers tin' prize.
And he smoled.
A' ho rolled
So we're told.
The religious exercises yesterday after
noon of the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union were conducted by Mrs. Williamson.
Owinif to certain unfavorable circumstan
ces the number was smaller than on former
o.rii.sions. t'louirh more earnestness in the
work marked the nifctinij. Mrs. Kitten
house with charai teristicJ,'raco presided ow-r
the business meeting. Kcportsfromconiniit
tes were culled for and accepted. Hevjret
were universally expressed that Miss Holers'
absence from the city would deprive the
cold water nnnv of her most valuable, ser
vices. The second directress. Mrs. Fisher,
will act in that capacity. A nickel con
tribution was made toward a sewing
machine for u poor member. After Ad
journment the committee appointed to
make arrangement for an entertainment
for the benefit of the poor had a lengthy
anil aminutcd discussion in which several
propositions wc!v c :! le:ed. and finally it
was resolved to haw an ic cream sociable in
the reading room ne.' Tuesday nitfht. to
take the place of the r l'.ur mass mcct'.r.'.
It has always iwen a question in rv.r
mind as to whom or to what we sre indebt
ed for the wide-sorv- i revival t.f athletic
sports. Whenever n.-n scliicrc T-at-mss
or has th.' u'w,l f rtun? have it
thrust upon him, it is the duty of hi biog
rapher to make him as unlike riiaary
mortals as possili'e. Hut even jr.-.-itn.s
r: its tavonte pastime, and r. rt'.
atea. as well as women, nowadays. r.:n to
It was Dickens' t'.vorite pa-rime;
fvitn Serjeant Hat v took it up; IV-rth i V.n
.HlIKth has sh:wn to the world what reo
Hi -a ami a stout limb can d : o'Leary
Us added another feather to th"
already wcll-shirt'-d cap of American i!ory;
and, now, to mount the u;Vx i f celebriries.
in this line, Messrs. (b-orue Fisher, Jr..
and Fred. Stcif. of thiy city, have entered
the lists. 0:i Monday evening l ist, under
the shtulow of the ir.iposinit overnnient
structure ou Commercial avenue, th"s"
yoiini; yi'iitlemen and some friends became
absorbed in a discussion of the topic upper
most in the minds of men; ami they con
cluded then and there to test the slivnyt.'i
of their own shapely appendages, Mr.
Tom Sloo was selected as starter, and Col.
McKcnijr and Mr. Everett Munn n-ferees.
The distance was around the block. The
contestants prepared for the race. Siiperiln
lis'clothin was dispensed with: feet were de
prived of their covering and everybody held
their breath in the excitement of the mo
ment. Mr. Sloo said,"(to!"and they started,
Mr. Fisher slightly in the rear. Hut his wind
was j(M)d and he si o:i came up with Mr.
Stcif, both runtiiny; neck nml neck. Tt
seemed at this juncture almost impossible
to predict the winner, but a carriage ap
peared upon the scene and decided the r ice,
for the time hcin;;. at least. Mr. S. ran into
it, thu momentum of his motion beiny
such as to prelude a stop any where short of
sixty yards or an obstacle. The carriage
furnished the obstacle. Mr. Fisher, of
course, came in lirst, but the referees, w ith
excellent judgment, declared it foul and
the race will be run at another time. Tiik
Bii.i.ktin will announce the date.
In speaking of the Illinois Social Sci
ence association, which has the honor of num.
Ix-riii',' aniony; its members not a tew of the
earnest thinking and workim; women of
Cairo, a correspondent of the linshlbid
(Minn.) Star says: ''It was my privileire to
attend one of these uatherinys ami listen to
their discussions, and observe the various
fields of art and literature through whicli
they are treading. The choice of topics
brouyht forward could but create an appe
tite for more. The work of the associa
tion is quite broad, eiiiliracin as it docs
every subject pertainim; to society and the
uplifting of humanity. The association
numbers oniony its members the prominent
and cultured women of the State, and in
looking over the assemblage it did not tw
cpiire pvat acumen to discover that this.'
thoughtful, intellectual faces, were not
U'iveiito wustinu time in fashionable soi'ie
ty, alone; w hile the elegance and beauty of
their attire, added to diyiiity and (race of
manner, could not escape the most casual
observer. Seidell! does one meet with more
marked and refined t'iste, combined with
lofty aims of excellence, than is embodied
in this Hsscmbhijjre of wisdom's devotees."
We cheerfully endorse the facts so beauti
fully expressed by the charnilni corres
IMindent of the Star; iindas the work of
the association, "embracing us it does, every
subject pertaining to society, and the
upliftimr of humanity," miu'iit very proper
ly be. made to include our cottonwood in
fliction, we think we foresee early relief
from what, ut first sij'lit. seemed to us to be
one of thus;' ills which, bein incurable,
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 187.
must he endured. We are free to confess
that we know of nothing in tho way of the
"uplifting of humanity" that would be
more practical in its uature or more worthy
of tin1 lofty aims of excellence emluKlied in
this ussciubhtifc of wisdom's priestesses than
the suppression of the cottonwood of (in
tender gender. So far as we are authorize) I
to speak for this suffering community, we
can truly say that the accomplishment of
this beniticent purpose wolud be answered
by the undying gratitude of a people lifted
from an abyss of despair to tho loftiest
pinnacle of exaltation. Surely this is
something worth working for.
Tiik ladies sing "in the sweet 'buy' ami
'buy,' we shall meet in that beautiful
store," and we certainly can raise no objec
tion. Hut rememlxT the little ones at home
and do not leave the nurse without a bottle
of Dr. Hull's Haby Syrup,
At TooHAi'iis, inkstands, scrap-books.
pockct!ooks, copy-books, at I'yalt & Co'; .,
Twelfth anil Washington avenue.
AiiKivKO J. H. Kit hards, of New York
City, arrived on yesterday afternoon train
owr the I. C. K. K. He is to become a
partner of II. '. Welton. further notice of
which will be 'dven hereafter.
L.utiiKsT and finest line of papctcric in
tae city, at latt A; Cos., Iweltth and
Tiik Mite S x ie'y of the M. E. church
will meet at Mrs. Wal bridge's, on Seven
teenth street, between Commercial avenue
and Poplar street, on Thursday evening.
May Good music will be furnished
and a good time may be expected. A gen
eral invitation is extended.
Biask Mcir P.M'KH; Small Framed
Mottoes, at Pyatt & Co.V. Twelfth and
I win. sell on easy terms my farm sit
uated in Palaski county, containing One
Ili'.ndred and Sixtv Aires in cultivation,
od improvements, in all respects: situated
t:iree miles northeast ot (.aleilotna.
F r inf'Tmution. apply to John Uogan.
Ill : and sea Nkin ockct luvok. al
'.:;ns. etc.. at Py.itt it Co.'s, Twelfth and
CAI'.'o AND VINCENNKS K.VILKOAD.
UK) r. M'OV )V KM I'ISIDN T KAINs TO
AM) HIO Mol Ml I ITV, TIM I'.sDAV. MAV
Tr;.i:i will leave Fourth Street depot at
i:::o and 11 a. in., and at 1. 2 M'X :5:2H, 4,
4 :"o and o ::;u p. m., stopping fur pass.-n-
ers at Tenth. Fourteenth and Twentieth
streets. Kcturmn will leave Mound Citv
10;'J0 and 11 :4" a. in. and at 1 :4". IM'.
4:4.'i. : : 1 1 and!':."!! p. m.
Hound trip tickets, 4') cents. Children
utiMi r S 'ven years tnv. I icket lor sab' at
!e;vit. I'jrker's book store mid Phienix
Irug store. F. A. Mii.i.kk.
(fi'iicral Pass : nger Agent.
Wool) At Six's Prol'i sssiou.il deail
ball, also, the bounding rock, at Py.itt it
Co.'s, comer Twelfth street and Washington
A VOICE FKOM THE JLKOKS.
The duty of a juror is. under all circum
stances, painful and embarrassing, and the
ordeal through which we have passed in
the case of th.; People vs. James Craig is cer
tainly no exception to the general rule. We
desire to say that during our term of ser
vile we were greatly relieved by the uni
form kindness and courtesy so cheerfully
extended to us by His Honor Judge Haker.
and by Messrs. Linegar, Mulckey. McCart
ney and Win. Mulckey, the attorneys en
g iged in the trial. We wvre assigned quar
ters at the Planters' house, and are indebt
ed to J. H. Kelly, the proprietor, for all
the comforts and enjoyments that the most
fastidious guest could ask. Win. II. Shutter,
Esq., the ollieer who had Us in charge, was
minutely attentive to tin; wants and desires
of every juror, and spared no effort to make
our situation as comfortable as the law
To tin's i geiitlein mi, one and all. we ten
der our .sincere thanks,
W. W. Williams. J. D. Dkax.
John Hrusr. o. H. Hi ntkh.
E. O. Hill. Scott Nkal.
J. J, Wood. Li'.ox Pktkksos.
J. Dixon. J. Fi i.to.v.
Sam. Williamson. S. M. Fiukiku.
I Ik thought he heard "the angel sing,'
but it proved to be a chorous of yells from
the iie.xt door i hihbcn. He grew desperate,
procured a bottle of Dr. Hull's H.iby Syrup
and sent it to Mr. Smith with his ci mpli
incnt.s. He w.is a bachelor.
Mi'.s. S. Willi mson. for the next week,
will otVer an cxtr irdinary cheap line of
millinery good . and notions to her customers
and the public generally, As the s'lason
is advanced, she wishes to dispose of her
stock and has determined to oll'c'r it ut
prices that cannot be resisted. H.'uut'l'.il
neck ties ure marked at K) cents; ui,d
quality hose, In cents; handsome siikneck
haiidkerchicfs, rout ; linen and cambric
handkerchief-, . and 10 (cuts apiece, ,md
many other notions and seasonable goods
in proportion. She has a full line of straw
hats for ladies and children in all the do
siruble s!uiM's, and has marked them down
to alino.t wholesale prices. Ladies who
wish to make splendid bargains in any
kind of milliii 'ry and fancy goods should
not fail to embrace the opportunity now of
f "red them. f
A DISUKACE TO THE TOWN.
ACOLlHIKII MAS DYINO KIIOM NKOLKCT AND
KXeosl'llIC WHAT KKI) TAI'K IS Dol.NO.
Thornton Harris is u colored man, ngct
about twenty-one years. He arrived h this
city on the 4th of April last, walking nil
the way from Memphis. He was sick when
he arrived here, but was able to move
about. He made application to Dr. Woo
for assistance in his distress, but was re
fused on some ground he was not able to
understand. He then went to Dr. Waldo,
and that gentleman jjavo him some medi
cines, but refused to aid him further, for the
reason, as the negro understood it, that
he did not properly come under the head of
discs which the government provides aid
for. At all events his condition grew worse,
and aliout four weeks ago he sought shelter
in a wagon shed in the rear of the old ice
houso.just below the the St. Charles hotel.
Here a Hi llktis reporter found him at
dusk last night. A literal description of
the unfortunate man's state would
be an offense to our readers. Sum
loathsome disease has deprived him of his
sight and is now making inroads into tin
flesh of the remainder of his face; his
clothes are in tatters, mid do not even cling
to his person; for the stray bits of fmsl
he gets he crawls to it fence in tin
rear of the St. Charles hotel, uud scrapes up
such as he rinds lying around almost any
thing. During all this time he has Ix-cn
utterly neglected. His own race, to their
discredit, we' regret to say, have for some
reason, shunned him. He has laid in a lxix
wagon during all this time exposed to the
heat of the day and the chilling sir of the
nights, until he is wasted away. He !.ks
to he beyond relief. Anion1 h.'ivhss ic
tim tif neglect and destitution cannot well
be imagined. We Udieve the statement of
these facts will help to ame
liorate his condition. We can
not U'lieve, that now, his case Uong
make public, the proper authorities will
longer continue to ignore the ir fellow.
If they cannot do anything for him, let
them make known the f.ict. The people
themselves will then take the matter in
h ind. We certainly are not inhuman, if we
A Kkmaiikaiii.k Khsri.T. It makes n
difference how many physicians or how
much medicine you have tried, it is now an
established fact that lierman Syrup is the
only remedy which has given complete sat
isfaction in severe cases of lung diseases.
It is true there are yet thousands of persons
who are preilispos.-d to throat rind lung af
fections, consumption, hemorrhages, asthma,
seven1 colds settled on the breast, pnue
inonia. whooping cough, etc., who have no
personal knowledge of Uoschee's (ieriiian
Syrup. To such wc would say that ."iO.ooo
dozen were sold last year w ithout one com
plaint. Consumptives, try ju?t one lKittle.
Ki'gular size, ) cents. Sold by all drug
gists in America.
AuvKUTisiNo koii Cash in Advsck.
Older this title (too, P. Kowcll A Co., 10
Spruce street. New York, isiie a .IJ page
pamphlet, which is singular in its promises
to say the least. They offer to insert an ad
vertisement gratis in 1,000 newspapers, pro
vided they are paid the publisher's rates for
'.'! which ,are catalogued. On the same
plan 114 different state lists are offered, all of
which contain the h ailing papers. What
ever may be thought of tlieMiiiy of put
ting forth such offers there is no doubt that
Messrs. Kowcll A: Co. are responsible for
their contracts, ami can be relied upon to
faithfully carry them out.
SMITH, HACK A-CO.,
Cif '.N KKAI,
( oininission .Merchants,
NO. : IlROAI) STHKKT.
AUfl USTA, - . - -
H. s rtliiilT Snllcll C'oi;inill"lils of
PKOVISIONS. PKODl'CE, GItAIN AND
rP)i which t li'-v IU ijive inreliil nml iiriuiitit nl
1 Icntiolt, "l'.r me preliareil to lllillie lllierill
and will use tlietr Lest e'Vurts for tlb- liil.-n-t- uf
Hume litvorlna tlii'tn with i'iiiiiiiiiii'iit.
Hefer. liy M'rinlli)ti. to Natuinai. IIavk. nf Ail
gu'ln; Naiihn m. K'-iiAMtK Mask, of Augusts. On.
Pool loiurlli si.
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10 u. til,
1 i. tu.
I p. Ill,
Missouri l.iiint'u. Keiilueky LiI'l.
S:"U n. tu.
tn::m a. tn.
!::U p. in.
M H. III.
It p. in.
a p. iii.
.', p, III.
JjJUKBKA! KUHMKA ! !
A Substitute for Life Insurance Companies.
Widows' and Orphans' Muti'al Aid Society
Ori;nl.c'd July 4, H7T, uuder tin' law of the Hrut. rr lllnnln. Copyrlhled .Inly !l, 1177, underact of
To li Kress.
OK KICK KM:
N. II. THISTLE WOOD, Puksidknt.
MKS. p. A. TAYLOIt, Vine Puksidk.nt. J. A. OOLDSTISE, TiiKAsrnrjn.
DK. J. J. (IOKDoN, Mkiucal Ai.v ison. THOMAS LEWIS, SKcuRTAftr,
KOAKI) OF MANAtiEKS.
MI'.S. I', A. TAVI.IIII,
N. 11. TlllsTLLWiiol),
MISS KATK L. YlMTW,
.r. ,r. (ioniHiv,
I. A. ooldstim;,
MHS. S. A. A V II KS,
IV VuT pnrllriilars Inquire al the om.ee, corner Seventh street m,d CoMimerrht! avew. Winter.' l,!rk.
THE PALACE HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
TEE M O NT IIOTJSE
Almve Parlor PI. sir. iM . itln
L-Hr ivr V jp- '
liOOMS WITIIOI.'T HOARD, HI TO H'J I'Klf l)v
AN ELEGANT KESTAl'KANT
I.KiM'KlLS AM) COMMISSION MP.IU H NT.
WlIOLKSA LK (i IJOCKIfS
."7 OHIO LEY EE.
AGENTS AMERICAN hlWUEHCOMP'Y
O si i r o,
W. STHATToS'. Cairo.
1 1 1 i IK) i H.
T IIiiiii. Mi-.uuri.
( All!)). ILLINOIS.
( 'ommissiori 5 JfeWiahts,
GRAIN. FLOnt AND HAY. F
Highest Cush I'rice Paid for Wheat.
Farmers' Toliacco AVnrcliousp
- AMI -
(iciii'iul Coiiiiiiissiou Meicliniifs,
No. t'A'i nml VAT Cummer- i
clul Avenii., i
Caiko, I M.S.
I 111 Kit AL Ailviitioeinents mmle on ( 'f iTifit, nit-l, I -4
nl TiiIiih i ,1. Ploiir inn! I riiln.
1.0I!II,I.AKI) TollAI 10.
wiciTTo Tons v m k i js
riv vi) i a u
The ureut relel.rlty of our TIN TAO TtillAl lO
lei" eiitlseil in it ii v Imitation thereof to he plui'd m
the tnaikel. We therefore ninth, n all ehewer
mjiilti"! puri liii"lie,' siicli linlliilioiis.
All deiilei's Inlying er selllm.' ether pliej; toleieco
lielll'llliru lllll'll or llletlllllc lllhel. I .'tiller tllelllselves
llnhle lo the penalty nl Hie Inw. nml nil per.oii. lie
InlliiU our Iraile murks nre piinl-liiilile l,y tine uinl
llllprlsiilllllenl. See net oft 'impress. Am:, ii, s;n,
The u'etlllltle Loll II 1 1. II 1 1 TIN TAli TOllAI t o
i nil he dl"llle.'illflieil l,y n TIN TAli on each lump,
with the word LOII1MI.AII1) slumped thereon.
Over T.iiss tuns tolmei o sold lu 1S17, uud neatly
d.UilO pei'snns employed In luelorle..
Tuxes paid lioveriiiiieiit In Is;;, ahont $:i,:hai.,io.
Slid iliitllii; pHl I',' vem. over SW'.'DKt, ,
TUee 'iioiIh sold liy all ,nliliei nt luanilfsellireri"'
ratciO - si - v v
fr"l'hii TIN TAli SMIIKINO T)it.i'i'n l
"seeonil to none" In uroina, mlhliics., pe.i'l'i ami
MHS. K. C, KOMI,
H. I). AVIIKS,
TO -s:! PEIt DAY.
Front ;,, ,n,. it,,,,,,,. iu, ijUi
CO.NE TED WITH THIS HoOE.
MlV liiMips. ctc.
The largest wholesale uinl retail Dry
Goods ami Clothing House in this City;
are receiving new g,hss daily and arc
ottering great bargains in the most haml-
s Hues of CARPETS, on, CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks. Cashmeres, K..u
itttes, and a great many other new
stjles of Dress Gimhs. Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every depart incut of their busi
ness, they cordially iinite the public
t call and see their stock.
SALlMtSs Al lOsfAl IIANTs.
Saloon and I Restaurant
TIIS UK"T Of
WINES, LIQCOKS AND CIGAKS
Coiibtubtly On hmid: a'.-u hi ronstahtlv ou hinds
laree miiily of
FRIITS, LKMONS.ORANtiES, APPLES,
AT Wllol.K.tl.K AMI IIKTAII.,
Al the Old IN llllonli'i) Hotel, till Ohio Leei.
MM.T AM SlIoK MAKKHS.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER
l llthlicn inl Avenue, liet. I
sivl'i nml seventh St.. ,
'PAKLs i!e:iurc In ri n tion m-i nr I lii ,u turns -, , 1
1 tile plllille irellenilly Hint lie llil" recently lee. hell
tile lllle-l mill IIMi't si leel loi li of Lenlller- of every
description ever lifnie.'lit to Oil. cltv. All work lii
ilis line i v.'ellteil ili.,tU lllnl In the lie-t millite r
p.ntlre s iil.r.ictlnn ..Ivet, In "very lii.t'inee. I'rl.es
r.vi.nnalile. A ciinlla: no It itinn' cvteiiilct to .ill tn
call nml e:iuilnc '.mim!. nml le.irn price-.
TIip Cairo I'ox ami Ilaskot Co.
I'Mooi'Miiz. Sitlinu:. liiitli, i:tn
At the Ven LiHe.t r:,)..,,
Having a Hem y Stock of Logs on Hand,
We nre prepared
SAW ol'T SPECIAL OI1DEKS
I'll tic Mciitetus otlce.
A fJI'Ml'IAl.TV ln:i.lo uf s TKAMIUIAT J.'HKII.
i W" ,.,i ueiiiulMi'Oir Pi: I ju iMA'l rTl.'l AI.S
I f K.iel', Ciiiid), l'ailiin.' Ih,.i-s, Mioes, IL'Jtliiin.