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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 137ft
y It. SMITH, JR., M.D.
OfHcs ul Resident:
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1 W. DVNNISO, M.D.
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1 Ode d(f Eesldenc :
OFFlcK-N. W. ror. Hlxth .. near Ohio Lctcc
KKSlDKNCK-Corucr Walnut anil Ninth ntnwts
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ovni K-Xo. 1.W Commercial Avenue, between
Kl-liih mid Ninth ftr-t.
H. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKFICK-Elnhth Street, near Commercial At enge.
ATT RX K YS-AT-LA W.
OFFIi K-Ohlo Levee. Iwt. Fourth and Sixth st,
J" INEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 111 Commercial Avenue.
if'W'n art' authorized to announce II. ('. LOF
MX a a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander comity,
subject to the declslou of the people at the cliitlon
In November n.xt.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AXI) COUNTY.
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Conn. HI.. M:i.v '!. isrs
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.TAMKS M. WATSON.
SerL''t signal Service. I'. S. A.
. Joliu V. Trover was in town yes
is RoMiins is visirititj Miss Lucy
AY i 1' 'i..
M'm Emma Axley left lust Monday ft r
"Corny" Kilpatrick. of Anna, was in
tow a y-sterday.
Capt. W.P. Hailiday ami family will
) home to-night.
Mrs. .Manning, of St. Louis, is visiting
tli" Misses Pattison.
T!i ('atones ease still occupies the at
tention of the Circuit Court.
Mrs. Davis and Miss Josic Waslilmrn,
of Ccntraiia. lire tit Mrs. H. E. Spaiilding's.
Peaches itrv now L'oitiij north fr ni
Northern Mississippi, over the Central mal.
Mr. S. 0. T.; No; the cotton shedding
is too transparent to base even a conundrum
Fo'ir car loads of hannannas pusseil over
the Illinois Central road yesterday from
Judge Allen, of Carlmml.tlc, is in the
city. He will attend the ceremonies nt
Mound City to-ility.
Mr. John Barton, of the Carlmndalc
Free Press, will participate in the Decora
tion ceremonies to-day.
The Ariadne was afloat on the Ihisoiii
of the Ix autiful river, last evening, freight
ed with St. Charles guests.
The l n.ly of the Italian organ-grinder,
Ksculto. was recovered near Halliday's
vharf-lsiat yesterday aftcrwsin.
-W. N. Butler, of Anna, w ho is on a re
creating tour from Champaign college, is
stopping with friends for a few days.
Up to the U7th inst. Colxlcn shipped
1 04 cars of strawberries this season, besides
what went on passenger cars and express.
Miss Ida Williams, of .Toiicslsiro, is in
the city, the guest of Miss Bettie Elliott, at
tint residence; of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ar
The Bi i.i.ktin declines flic conundrum
furnish".) by "lady reader.'' We pntpow
giving the female cottonwood a season of
Mrs. Pattison and son, of Frceport, are
In the city. They leave fur home in com
pany with Misses Mary and Jennie Pattison,
on Saturday evening.
Y. ), Uh; who will, in a future stab1,
have to answer to the people of Cairo for
introducing timing them the skating rink,
is at (Vntralia, introducing his evil ways
among those innocents.
Thornton Harris, the colored man
wIiom pitiable condition was made known
through Tun Bi i.i.ktin, wus yesterday pre-
senteii with clothes and otherwise provided
lor. At least we- were so Informed at a late
hour hist ni if I it,
"Enthusiasts and Enthusiasm" was the
subject selected for treatment by Mr. S. P.
Wheeler at the Tuesday night meeting of
the E.Vi'"lsior Social and Literary Society.
Those who had the pleasure of listening to
the gentleman are unstinted in their praW
of his manner of handling the various
phases of his subject.
The Rallnad Commissioners found tho
track of the C. and V. Mini in Hue condi
tion, fhowing evidenc of excellent
rare on the patt of the Mpcricnccd superin
tendent, Mr. Roswell Miller. A careful ex
Hininati'm of the bridge nd tressles of the
mimI will Ik- made by the commissioner t n
Some time ago a man named Owens
and his son set Are to tank house and
bridge north of Stone Fort. The, house
was destroyed and the bridge considerably
Injured. Last week the old man was ar
rested and lodged in the Saline county jail.
Yesterday an officer named Sklleg overtook
the young man six miles Mow Roso Claro,
He showed light and was chased three
quarters of a mile. Thirteen shots were
fired, ono of which took some of the hair off
Ida head. He Is now resting with his esti
mable father in the Saline county jail.
Mrs. Thompson, better known as "Aunt
Liz f " the mother of Miss Edwards' assas
sin, called on her young hopeful at the jail
yrartorday. She washed her hands clean of
him. She told him that he presented a
Iwautiful picture of affection; asked him if
ho did notrememlxT he when robbed her of
her loose change and when she used to pre
dict his final end ; she never wanted to see
him again; she turned him over to Jesus,
and bade him an affectionate farewell.
Bill, in reply, uttered a remark untit for
publication, which was neither chaste nor
The Mayor has published a screed in
reply to Tun Bii.I.KTIn's strictures Uxm
his course with regard to certain lewd char
acters. In it he says if we should ever get
into jail we might not regret his ixissession
of the pardoning power. Probably. We
are coniident that if the evil impulses of
our nature should ever make us a "gilded
butterfly,'' and we should le jailed, the
mayor's pardoning power would Ik exer
cised in our behalf; particularly if the
financial backer of his honor had our
breastpin in pawn, or a chattel mortgage
on our furniture, for how can "gilded but
terflies" redeem their pawns or lift their
mortgages if they are required to pay their
tines? Business is dull; our local times
arc out of joint; curs -d spite that Jack
was born to set them riht.
The Railroad ami Warehouse Commis
sioners pnposed to link" an examination
of the Cairo and Yi;hv:ines railroad, com
mencing yestenl-iy: but the decoration day
lemanding all t!i mlling stock and the
services of all th employes of the road, the
commissioners wer unwilling to put Super
intendent Miller to inconvenience and con-
clnded to postione the examination till a
future time; but it was tinnlly concluded
that a run should be made over the road to
determine the lotdition of the track, and
that the bridges and tressles should Is- ex
amined on another day. This will be done
on Saturday next. At half-past eight
o'clock, a special of a baggage
car and one coach left Twelfth
Street, with Commissioners Smith and
Oberly, and Col. Charles Hamilton of the
Railroad and Warehouse. Commissioners'
office; ('apt. Rosswell Miller, Superinten
dent of the Cairn and Yineenncs road ; Mr.
Charles Bender, mad master ; and Mr. and
Mrs. S.P.Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
SI,-), Mr. and MrsW. P. Wright, Mr. and
Mrs. John H. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Dr.
Smith, Mr. and 3Irs. D. Axtel, ('apt. W.
-V. Williams, of the Argus-Journal. Mr. L.
L. 'Davis of the Evening Sun. Mr. A.
Comings. Mrs. E. II. Oswald and Mrs.
John H. Oberly. At Vienna, Mr. John S.
Crum, member of the State Board of Equal
ization, and Mr. Henry Lardner joined the
party. Mr. John Sullivan was in command
of the train. The name of the cxert en
gineer who took the party through in such
fine style we did not learn. A splendid run
to Vincennes was made in three hours fifty
eight minutes running time. At Vincennes,
after ablutions, the party sat down to din
ner, served in the best style, nt the railroad
hotel, and athree o'clock started on the
return on the regular train, arriving nt
Cain), at eleven last night, without acci
dent or any occurrence to mar the pleasure
of the occasion. Superintendent Miller
won golden opinions from the party by
his courteous Itcaring and untiring efforts to
make his guests comfortable. On the train,
before it arrived at Vienna, a meeting w as
organized by the excursionists, ('apt. W. P.
Wright being called to the chair, and Mr.
L. L. Davis being aptointel secretary. On
motion a comniitiee on resolutions was ap
jKiinted, and reported by its chairman,
t'apt. W. M. Williams, as follows:
Whkiif.ah, Upon the invitation of
Capt. Roswell Miller, siiicrintcndcnt
of the Cairo and Vincennes rail
road, we have enjoyed the pleasure
of a trip over the road from Cairo to Vin
cennes and return, in the company of the
i .:i i .... i t . . ". .
Railroad and Warehouse
Whkukas, The courtesy and gcntlemajilv
kindness of Superintendent Miller and of
his officers and trainmen have made the
occasion in every respect an enjoyable one
to all participants,
Resolved, That our thanks be and hereby
nre tendered to Capt. Millei. his officers
and trainmen for their kind attentions and
Oi'ifM is the most dangerous drug, es
pfcially when iu the shape of a soothing
remedy. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is warrant
ed not to contain opium in any form and is
the most innocent and efficacious remedy
for children teething.
Mtle. . ,.,
e 'io cents a
Kkw Styi.ks Wu ur! just In receipt of
our sw-oiid onler of ladies hnd misseii nbw
style hats.' Fim-st of tfic' season,' uri nt
lower prices.- Now fs thc'tlmo to buy und
buy cheap." "At New YorkKti)n'."-J'''4''-
I w n.t, sell on easy terms my farm sit
uated in Pulaski county, containing One
Hundred and Sixty Acres in cultivation,
good improvements, in all respects; situated
three miles northeast of Caledonia.
For Inf innatioii, apply to John Hogan.
THE CRAIO JUTIY.
A VOICK FUOM A TAX'FAYKIl. . . i ;
Mu. Epitoh: The Jurors who sat in tho
case of the People vs. Craig seem to want
the people to know that they were relieved
of their pain aud embarrrassment through
the "uniform kindness and courtesy so
cheerfully extended" to them by his honor,
the lawyers, the tavern-keejier and the ofti
cer in charge.
8o thoughtful to publicly thank these
gentlemen, but why not extend thanks to
all who are entitled t receive them? To the
gentlemanly circuit clerk, who, iu such an
impressive manner and in scpulchural tones,
swore the jurors "to a true verdict find in
accordance with the evidence,".i'tc, (which
they did, of course,); to the polite and affa
ble deputy sheriff, who suboen!id alike
those who wanted to serve and those who
didn't, and generally looked after and cared
for them hs a father; to the kind-hearted
sheriff who became iinlividitallyresponsiblc
to the tavern-keeper for their board and
lodgings; to the treasurer who courteously
paid them in cash for their services (some
thing very unusual in the.se latter
days); and, begging pardon for
mentioning him that poo-, unforturnu
uncared for individual the taxpayer, who
pays the lawyer for the prosecution, and
could well afford to pay those for the de
fense if they would consume less time; who
pays the tavern keeper 1.23 per day for
"the comforts and enjoyment the most
fastidious guest could ask;"' who pays the
officer and Isiards him, tisi; who pays the
clerk for every paper issued and every act
performed; who pays the sheriff and deputy
I.(M) per day each, and for every paper
they serve; who pays thirty-two jurors
(twenty of the regular venire excused, but
whose pay goes on) 1.30 per day each;
who pays the six or seven bailiffs 1.30 to
2.30 per day each; who bears all these ex
penses, lunoiinting in the trial to 4110 or
300 weekly, patiently. But he does not
feel relieved of the "painful and embarras
sing" fact that all these cXienditures were
for naught, and must be gone over. No
venliet; divided as to case on trial, but
unanimous ti to quality of grub.
By every consideration of profit, if not of
propriety, that which sustains and strength
ens the system should be absolutely pure.
Roils, pimples, eruption, etc., indicate im
Miverihmeiit and misoniiig of the blood
and should be removed by Dr. Bull's Blood
mixture, which strengthens the blood ami
keeps it always pure.
AiTooiiAi'iis, inkstands scrap-books,
pocketlxmks, copy-lxNiks, at Pyatt it Co's.,
Twelfth and Washington avenue.
Tn K Woman's Christian Temperance
I'nion will have a socinhle at the Reading
Room. Tuesday, June 4 1 If. in place of tt.c
class meeting. All are invited. The ladies
of the I'nion and all those favorable to the
cause are requested to bring their cakes to
the Reading Room Tuesday afternoon.' Ad
mission fre '. Ice cream and cake. Usual
price. By order of the committee.
Lmiokst and finest line of papetcries in
the city, at Pyatt it Co's., Twelfth and
Thk Mite S s iety 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 ;)0. (lood music will be furnished
and a giHl time may bo expected. A gen
eral invitation is extended.
Ri ssi and sea lskin pocket books, al
bums, etc., at Pyatt A Co.'s, Twelfth and
CAIRO AND VINCENNES RAILROAD.
DWOHATION !V KXCIllslo.S' TIUINS TO
ANO KltoM Mot Ml CITY. TIII'ltsllAY, MY
Trains will leave Fourth street depot tit
!::I0 nnd II a. in., and at 1. 2::10, .'1:20, 4,
4 :30 and 3:110 p. in., stopping for passen
gers at Tenth. Fourteenth and Twentieth
streets. Returning will leave Mound City
it 10:2(1 and 11:43 a.m. and at 1:43, :i:13,
4:43, tl:10 and 11:3!) p. in.
Round trip tickets, 40 cents. Children
under seven years free. Tickets for sale at
deMit, Parker's book store and Phti'iiix
drug stole. F. A. Mll.I.KIl,
General Passenger Agent.
lIiuwiHii) A Si.n's Professsionul dead
ball, also, the I mu tiding ns-k, at Pyatt &
Co.'s, corner Twelfth street and Washington
Mas. S. Williamson, for the next week,
will oiler an extraordinary cheap line of
millinery eiMHs mid notions to her customers
and the public generally. As tho, season
is advanced, she wishes to dispose of her
stock nnd has determined to offer it ut
prices that cannot be resisted. Reaiitiful
neck ties are marked at 10 cents; good
(piality hose, 10 cents; handsome silk neck
handkerchiefs, 23 cents; linen and cambric
handkerchiefs, 3 and 10 cents apiece, ,(nd
many other notions and seasonable goods
in proMiition. She Ims full line of straw
hats tor ladies anil children in all the de
sirable shapes, nnd has marked them down
to almost 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.
fercd then!. ' ' '
Mn. F. Koiismkykh is just in receipt of
ft very large and select stock of Key, West
and imported cigars, to' which he calls the
s;kh'Iii1 attention of smokers, it' f
LETTIE COLKMAX'H LAUXDUY.
Mrs. Lctti Coleman has reopened lier
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ingUm and Commercial avenues, and takes
this method of informing her old friends
and patrons that she is again nt their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage. She
has reduced prices to suit the times.
Sahim.k Isnes for merchants, at Pyatt &
Co's., Twelfth and Washington avenue.
Window Sohkkns, Wire Cloth, Door
Springs, Bird Cages, Hanging Basket,
Flower Stands and Trainers, at A. Halley'a.
The Erie lias commenced running coal
over its road, after a stoppage of several
The artesian well in Charleston, S. C,
is 1,1)33 fret dwp, and is flowing at the rate
of, 200 gallons ier minute.
Twins have occurred tifty-six times in
Ohio with the past year, so great is the de
mand for Ohio men. New Haven Regis
ter. The glacial and post-glacial fishes of
Norway are found perfectly preserved in
lumps of chalk isa-urring in clay deposits at
a level of Ji'IO feet alsive the sea.
The Iowa grangers are getting more
and more reckless. They are now making
sugar out of go-sl corn, suitable for whisky.
There must be an end to this wastefulness
some time. j Washington Post.
A Itcatiful widow of Newport, R. I.,
having left her chalet for the season, was
asked what induced her to desert such a
charming retreat. "Tts much balcony and
too little Romeo," washer reply.
The projiosa! to block up the Straits of
Belle Isle with a view of shutting out a
vast ice-bearing force of water, whose chill
ing influences are felt far inland in the lower
portion of the Dominion, excites gre.it in
terest in Canada.
A writer in the Rochester Express re
marks that the fisherman drinks in knowl
edge through a medium of his senses while
plying his art. This tuny be all very well
when the tih are in biting humor: when
the reverse is the case, the average fisherman
is apt to drink something stronger. New
York Commercial Advertiser.
The London M-ical Examiner st.if. s
that a man named iheks. recently suffering
from hydrophobia in the Chelmsford In
lirmary. has been discharged thence. The
disease had apparently left him, though he
was still in a weakened state. The d' g
w hich bit the lioy at Stockport,. England,
is well and alive though the Imy died if
Oic of the notabilities of HoImi'm-d,
N. J., is a hotel-keeper who. on account f
his tine personal appearance and sumptuous
style of entertaining, is known as the
"Duke," It has recently been discover d
that he is really an Italian nobleman of
that rank, and has connected with himself
a most remarkable history. His actntl
title is the Duke of Calabritti, and he w is
once the owner of the fatuous oM pahzzo
Calabritti at Naples. He was a favorite in
NeajMilitan society, jMsscscd great wealth,
and was a leader in fashion of the young
nn-n of the citv, He married a wealthy
English lady, but. soon after fell into bad
ways, lost nearly all his vast property by
gambling, and came to America. After
traveling all over the I'nited States and
South America, he finally s-ttled down in
A Rkmmik aiii.k Rksvi.t. It makes no
difference how many physicians or how
much medicine yon have tried, it is nmv -m
established fact that German Syrup is the
only remedy which has given complete sat
isfaction in severe cases of lung diseases.
It is true there are yet thousand of persons
who are prcdiscd to throat nnd lung af
fections, consumption, hemorrhages, asthm i,
severe colds settled on the breast, pllUe-
inoiiia, whooping cough, etc.. who have no
personal knowledge of lioschee's German
Syrup. To such we would say that 30,000
dozen were sold lust year without one com
plaint. Consumptives, try just one liottlc,
Regular size, 73 cents. .Hold by all drug
gists in America.
Thk New Glass oil Cans, Simmon's Re
frigatois, Water Coolers and Ice-Ct-eatn
Freezers at A. Hal ley's, 113 Commercial
K.talu ol I'err.y I'nwer", lleream.il:
'pilK unilnrslrfiinl. havliijt 1 u aiimliiiei a lmlte
1 l-lralnr nf the i atate of I'rrrv l'ii,,.r. I He el
the Ciniiitv nt Aletauder. and sia'tv r IlllunU. ile.
e.-a.i, hereby five, nntlnt thrit he v.tll appear lie
lure Hie I'niiiil y Cuiirl uf Alexander Ciinntv. m Die
eniirl him Iu Cairn, nt the .Inlv I tiii.iiii llin.vmid
Miimlav In July tu rn, at which time nil per-eli. ha.
lie,' i lnliii amilii.t .h!. e.iate nr.. tiiitliled nnd re
lleitei 111 attend fur the lllrHIe ,i having the
smile adjll'teil. All lMT"nl. imleliteil In .ni .t,it..
are reiii..tiM to inuku liuineilliit'; liuvmetit to the
KhI. iI llils lent -. ori.l iav r M iv. A. ISTS.
. l.Kolti.K FIMIkK. Adiiiliilsiralor
Mule nl III it ,-. Alexiiinli r Ciinntv. In the Alexim
der Cniiiitv Iri'iili Cuiiii.
FrimU Wlllliini. Until. )
llehl.CiilhiirlneSi liinl.lt, , u Dili I'nr Itlv.iree.
Jiiilies ( lieiic. H.'lirv i
Si liiiilili.Mur.vlliid. raiid I
I'nlillc iintUe Ik hereby nlven tlml In imrsiiiin I'
a decreu remli reil hv wild ennrt In ihe above entitled
"" 0ie .InniiHrv term. A. 1. is;s. , .l.ilm o.
'J !'.'!"'.".. 1 ",."!'.'.' '" eluiueerv of -o. rnutilv. lll
FKIOAV. THK :I1ST DAVUF MAY, A.' It. HT
nt the himr nr. in uVluck a. m., ssll nt
pnblli- anetliiti to the hkhei bliMer Tur iah.
Nt Ihe westerly (liHir nl the ninrtlliilis" In the cltv uf
Calm. In mild CiMitity mid stale, the I'nlUmliiif 'd.s
si-rlbed real estate, to w lt : i
Lot No. elilil (Si In blnek Nn. aeveinTi In the tlilrd
di lit Ion tu tlm I'lty idcalro. Iu tliv eountv of Alex
ntiiler and Stale of lllliml.. loaelher hIHi the iirlv
Ih'ijea and iippiirteiiames thereuntil beloiirflnu or
thereto appertaining-, JullN ij. IIAItMAN.
,, ' . Master In l haneery.
( Aian. Illinois. mv :. ts;s. . .
I.INKIUII I.ASSItKN. Sulli'ltors. !
JjJUREKA ! EUREKA ! !
A Substitute for life Insurance Companies.
Widows' axd OjirirAxs' Mutual Aid Societv
Organized July 1. isr:. miller llii' law of tho Statu of Illlnol. CojiyrlIjtc.l J,ily 9, 177, ander act of
OFF If KKHi
N. II. TIIISTLEWOOD, IMikwmknt.
MRS. P. A. TAYLOR, Vu k Piikhidhst. J. A. OOLDSTIXE, Tiikascrkii.
DR. J. J. GORDON, Mhdicaj, Ativisou. THOMAS LEWIS, Sw -uktaiit.
BOARD OF MANAGERS.
MHS. . A. TVYI.OK,
N. II. TUISTI.KWOOI),
MISS KATIt I. YtSTM.
.1. .1. tlOHDON,
.1. A. OOI.PSTINK,
MIIS. S. A, AY1IKS,
rPr prtlMilir I.Tplre at the offlee, mraer Seventh tr-i'f uad Cnmmrrri al anije. Winters' bWlc.
THE PALACE HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
ri T T71 "TV fT S TVTm T " "-v w T. f4 tti
JL Xl JlilVlWIN
j. i ji
PRICKS KKDITKII To x:l I'KIl DAY.
A'i.e.-.' I'ur'er F'eor. exc.'jiC.n Fn. J! ..-n. and l:..eu oU llit'i.
HOO.MS WITHOUT UOAUU 1 TO H'J PKK DAY
AN ELKGANT RESTAL'RANT CiNNK( TED WITH THIS Hol'SE.
0 Kim Kits M) Co.M Hiln MEIU IHNTs.
WllHLKSA LK (jJ IJOCKIf:
37 olllo LEVEE.
AGKNTS AMKIUi'AN I'OWUF.RCOMl'T
C :i i ro. Illinois.
W. STinrr.is. Ciire. T ILim. M;-o i
J ALLIDAV MROTHKUS,
l AIitn. ILMXotS.
I 'oiniuission fercliants, !
(iRAIN. FLom AXI) HAY.
Egyptian Flourinir Mills!
Highest C;is1i Prier Paid for Wheat.
I IINKLK, TIIISTLKWOOD
Fiu niers' Tobiicco Wiuvhousp
General Commission Merchants,
No, ti and l-.T I'mnaier-i ..., t r . .
.veicle, I . v.wow, u,i,.-i,
. -.w ."' fs
rWKIiAL Advinremi'tila madu otiC
a nl T.ili-ii'i'ii, Kl.eir mill orala.
l.olill.I.AIll) Toll VI CO.
OTICK TO UOX.SUMKUS
T(i" tfrent celebrity nr nnr TIN T.VO TOIIACCO
bits citls"d lliaiiv Itullilllnlis thereol't.) be placed 01.
Ih" innrkil. Wc therefore cinitloii all chewers
nnlii't pimdiiisliitf "it' ll Iml'iitliins.
All deiil'-rs biiylim or nelllni: other plait tnbinco
bearliuta hard ortaetnlllc label, render tlieinielves
liable tu the pcnulty ol'thelnvv, mid nil persons vlo
latltiK our trade murks nre piiiil'liable by line nnd
linprlsotiment. S.'e net ol'Coimress. Aau. II, HX
The lieinillie I.OllUIf.A lilt TIN TAO TOIIACCO
can be dllliu.,nli'li',il by il TIN TAO on encli lump,
with the word I.OHIULAItl) stamped thereon.
Over T.nss tons tobacco sold la IS7T, and neiirly
d.Omi iersoiis employed III factories.
Taxes paid (invernineiit la IS", about t,00,LM.
iitnldiiiiini past Ijji'.trs. over $-)i).ii,uuu, ..
These ((nods sold by all Jabbers at nmhtifaelururs'
Mte. i la V r "'" .'
UTTlic TIN TAO SMOIONU TOII.VCCO Is
"second tn none" la nroinn, mildness, purity uud
MltS. K.. V. KOHI),
H. I). AYIIKS,
JL J1U U WH,
.V hi , A.
r . - . ; w
I)!tV I.ihii, KTC,
Tin- largest wholesale mid retail Dry
Omuls and Clothing House in this City;
are receiving new Goods daily and are
ottering great bargains in the most hand-
('A KPKTS, OIL L0TH
ami MATTINtiS; Silks, ( ashnieres. hiu
rettes. and a riaf many .other new
styles of Dress Goods, Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every department of their busi
ness, they cordi.illy imite the pirblic
to call ami ce their stock.
S!.Di)NS A !UTAI KAMV
? - A 1JOTTO,
Saloon and Restaurant
TIIS tlKT Of
WINES, LIQL'ORS ANDCKIAIW
Cotut.iutly on tiaad : iNo h is nmtnr.t!y on hsn .1 a
la.-.'" sii;;tijf ei
FRUITS, LK.M0XS, ORANGES, API'I.F.,
T WIIOLKSAI.e AMI IlKTAI!..
At Ilic Old IMmonlcn Hotel, lift Ohio Is'vee.
HOOT AM) sllDE M VKKILs.
IH)()T AXD SIigK MAKKR
ATI! EN El' M Rl'ILDING.
Cnaimen-i il Avna". bet. i l',i5t. III
Mixta and Seventh st. i ' Jtlllt, 111.
''I'AKKs pleasure In annoiinelntn hU palrnns and
1 the public L'.'iierally that lie lei- r.s-ently received,
tile lllle.l and lll'ist seliTt stock of Leathers of every
ib i rlitloa ever tmiiiu'hl to tilts cltv. All work la
bis l:te' executed prmiipi'v aad In the b.-t tiKirni -:-.
Katlf. s itl-raetion irlv.Ti In . very Itis'ance. Prices
r Mson i'ile. A cordial nn It itioa extcud -d to all tu
call nail e:i inline ..od- and le irn prices.
TlioCiiiro Box nnil itoskct Co.
WILL H IIMSII
Flooi'inyr, Sklitiur. Lath. Ktc
At t!ie very lowest rates.
Havlnif n Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
We are prcpitr'd tu
SAW OI.T SPKCIAL ORDERS
(III Ihe shorteiiiii otlce.
AHPKCIAI.TY made nl'HTKAMHOAT Lt'VIIKH,
I'railter, Cuiidy, Haekln;! Ilo.xcs, Slices, leadings.