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TICK DAILY H.UliU lilLLKTIN; l'UII'AY MUUMMl, MAY ill, 187.V
it. smith, JR., m. i).
Olttrf ami Rcnlilcnrf :
NO. it Tllli.TKr.STII HTHKIiT. OHiO. Il.f.
1 W. Rl'NNlXG, M.D.
, 0i' ami Rfslileiti' :
4IKFD B-N. W. rnr. Hlxth !.. ni'iir Ohio l.even.
HKslliKSl. K-Corner Waliiiil and Ninth fn-n.
It. H. W. WHITLOCK,
J ental Surgeon.
omcK-No. W, C.immcTrlul Avenue, lielweon
i:iuhr b and Ninth hfni'l.
jyi. w. c. joielvn,
UFFli'K-F.blith Stwl, n-ar ComnuTrlul Avenue.
C P. WHEELER,
nFFli'K-Ohio Levee, bet. Fo'irth Mid SUth
IX Eil AH & LAN'S HEX,
oFFb'E-Nn. liiloiiinnruiil Avenue.
Wi-nr.' niilhurli'd tr unnoii iici' II. C. I.OF
1.1 N n cme'.idale fur Sheriff uf AI. x.micIit comity.
u'lje.'! t t V (.l"ion of the pi-epic tit Ihe ik-otlutt
ill November next.
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.IAVES M WATuS.
' S.t-'i San! Scniee. I'. S. A.
Mr. W. S. Itniini'i". nt' Jiincliiiri', fiv
ie,l ii, with a I'll!! yenterday.
Y. I. Clmiry. ;(' Zanesville. ) . is the
bill ji r: 3-t uf the Ander.';!. show.
I'd. R. H. Townos, f if .Jolli'shoro, linil
'l". TilK III M.Mis with :i Dill lii-it cvi-ii-in;;.
-I'. 'ii. F. E. A!!iriyl:t etinii! ilown nn tn-
' A t. L. y"stinl:iy morning, ini'l retnnii"!
Ii..m.' I:it ni!it.
linn. A. II. In-in, :ivri v.'l tVn.n f 'tic-iti-r
Vi-ihiis.;iy nii'lit nnil spent y 'i-tiTil.-iy in
1"-.mi. Hi; ret.'.rni"! lust niht.
A riniilicr ill" ti-iniucr' yistcril.-iy
yii'Mcil to t ? i - ti.'i:ii!utiuns of m-t n ol i ta u
life :i:nl Tut ilruiik. Thry were pliircil in
.liiilnr Muliniiv'u kerjiino.
Ciitiijes. who was nccllsi'il uf strillini;
niii" I'limlivd ili.lhu-ii finm Cnjit. Fiehl, nml
whn'- trial ln'.s hn-n in pruyic.-s : t'ic !u-t
tw.-nh.ys. was yrstcnliiy fiiivicti:i utnl mcii
("iiecil t.i thri'c villus in the pi-niti'iiti uy,
-Mrs. W. I'. Hulliilnyimil ..hihlivu, wlm
h.-ive in'cii ahsi-nt in Eiii-opi' fur uliuut a yi'i r
lut. -.n ivrii Iiumic yi'sti-plny, iicc(iiii:inU'il
liy I'nj.t. H il'i-liiy. Mim. U s nrrivr! rrat I
'piite :i ciiiiinii-tiuii aiuoni; Iht m:iny triiinl-.
tiii'l -hi: whs till' ri'ci)icnt of ii i-di'ili'il nirl
Ciiiiu IiMiincil ii nt the ilioci.win cun-vi-!it:.,n
lit SirinIlclil. Rev. Dilliin Lc..
;is clrcti'il to tlic Ki!civtiiryslii) uf the utaii'l
ina; i-ii:)ini!tcc,iini win iiiiuintiii suci-etiiry
'if the iMiiiiiiiMi'i' on the cxti'ifion (,f the
i-hiiini; Mr. W. II. iilln-rt wu. iippoi'iti'il h
ini'iiiln'i- of the cimimittiM' iin h-irisl itimi.
mil Mr. II. II. ('limine u m-ni I fr of tin
W -in' iiifuriiii'd tlmt tin- ui'iyor h-i:
liK'nii tcil the city uttorney to In-in .suit
'ninst Cimstiililc Slii'clnin for tin- tines, uf
ill'- h-v l rlmrilrter p'h'imeil l,y 1 1 . IM iyor.
Why :i'it h;ive u ronunittee of the cmmril
n-erli:ii:l this nml other things which
ini-ht Ih hronulit to it iilteiitiiiiH. Sitcli
mi invi'Mitition wnnhl not Ih iiltoyether
vohl of interest, nml it miht Kivn n cleiu-iT
insight into the workings nf this mlminis.
rot ion than a civil suit, he.LH in with the
t'Thnii nlitieuof law. t-oul. possibly affunl.
The prnniise of interesting; rcinlin inutter
prmnpts it to make this HUcNtion.
-II his honor the mayor will leti.i lis his
' will wliisjM'r into it thew tiling,
whirh may l newn to him, hut ir not, they
'itniMit fail to t-nlist hi attention: (1) A
man, known in Union county, was rohhcil
nt a nero Imtuto in Cairo, thnf or four
layn aliice; (J, th,. ,, WM i( t((,
nfililH)rha.xl offw, the party chartfe.!
itli jvrpetrntin the rohhery wan arresteil
-ml -i.t wtpiit lor want of prnwriitlim;
'it Ui juirty charxe,! with K.rN'tratiiiK the
ihl-ry linn not the money;' t woll,
a mutter of liht puhlic intend to
.know where that mmiey went; ft may Im
it whk rotonsl to the itentlemHii wl...
it. ami (7 may U it was not. MK,t la
what w want on this matter-tlmf,, ,
-Th IV-mia ratlc central commith-e of
Hie Kiuhteenth illntrict met umli-r a trt., at
Mounl City yetenlay. Thin bai an omin--hm
Wwk U the Ha-llcala, It wan mxlcr
iw Ui4t Grant, while Democrat, put (lie
iiMliiiiKtouchcMothu war; it waa un.ler
a Irw that Newton iliHTOYWHl the lawn of
KTtvlution; it waa umler a tn-w that Kve
Hrat poureil aoft wonU into (MMir Ailam'a
Wi It waaumler a tree, hy the ahl of a lit
lli rop, fliat !tlicl innjorltle were
Xrwlually lut mm-ly rwlu I; It
waa un-ler a tree that John Knot poure.l
nut his soul ui fervent prnver nml Holn
Ilmiil siimmoneil !iis luiml of ihiv,t!rniis
roliliers to the pursuit of beauty tain 1 booty;
it was umlcr a tree, In short, that iniitiy of
the most important events In the horologe
of time hml their birth, nnil it liKiks tis if
the gentlemen who assembled umU'r tree
yestenlay lintl treed the I'a'licnl rooster. A
wring or two of Its neck, between now ami
fall, iiml thy bird will be in a condition to be
atuffed ami luM uway wit'i other objects of
furioaity; nnd it will require no tremen
dous effort to do-it, either,
j There bids fair to be u roinnnce nt the
coimty jail, with Miss Pearl Seminion as
one of the principal actors. It seems that
u young man of our 'city happened to lie
attending court during the trial
of the fair young sinner, nnd
became no smitten with her charms
of person that he sought her ac
quaintance. Of course, tin; progress of
true love, under such circumstances, was nt
t;nded with ilittkulths. He cmild only
catch n glance of his adon-d pe.ul through
the heavy iron grating, nr.il whatevei tender
passages took place must have occurred un
der the eye of the jaifur. The young man
began laying siege to Pearl's heart in ii
practical way; he !!;! sent tlwwers; then
strawberries; then "pop;" then "I.in
kuin" pie; i,ml would, ilnultli's, have
reai lied hash, had not the pie
created a reciprocal sentiment in the breat
of IVar!. The pic ir itself, liowevc-r,
Wi'U'.d not have turned the s.-ah s in the .'ir
detit young lover's favor; but pr"!dc;ice
SeejjlS t Icive mingled ll'S cup. Some
ladies of tiie city, hearing of Pearl's ca-e,
called on her with a iew of nverta'""
what lniglit be d.ne t 'utter her condi
tion, and save her l'mm the ruin which
threatened to cni;".tpli ii'-r. Tlicy prupoed
to send her t" o;v
of til" State, w!i
he ;l!vati' ':','tUtio!is
::! ar.' properly caidl
for. Tiii al'tfiii".! I
TIN ivp !t T f ,
said that betw.- .; t',
timi and the !:..'
hesitati''a nn ic n;
lover, a'.thiir.irii -ii b
yoi'.ny to marry ; r.
celcbrate.l ;., i;
Circuit Clerk He -v, s
mvav, an I d u:itv V.
' !. and to a P.n.i i:
r young maiden
v'.mti'in in que
!ic would not
w. uld tlv to her
d sin.- was oe'r
nuptials wii! be
1 vd'uary ceremonies.
will give tile bride
tk Ifumtn w 111 act us
tlic gli.i.m's best man,
will, it is said, tie the 1 i
Hodges will ait a-
'i i cii i ic 'lues, .v snpero r-as: wi:i Ik-pr-ad
in cell Xo. P, and the comfy cheer
I'ullv I ":! a!l exovn' s.
Tin-: (Jennan I.-.itiieran Si 'mnl, on Tlor
teenth street. t::ug!it byll-v. Mr. nursch'ier.
will be open during ti e S-iniiner months,
ti give childien who utier.d the public
schools 'mi oiportu:4iiiy to learn the (o r-
I win, sell on easy term my farm dt
unUl in . Puliiski, county, containing; tine
Ilundr-d' and Sixty Acres lu cultivation,
good improveuientf.'in ullfepccts; situated
thr"" miles nort)ien? n'f Caledonia.
For infi.rina'io;i. upply to John Hunan.
IIaviso mad", air'ing"ment with Mr.
Hobinson, the Inryi-st ilrai'ymiiii in South
ern Illinois, to fi.niidi me with pure creani,
I will be able to w ii pure I( t. C ic itn to
Festival and Parties in laiirc quantities at
$1 "0 per gallon. I would al-D state for
the bciieiit of those that want Cream from
Chicago, that I will funiMi bi tter Cream
than Chicago, (,r will refund money on all
orders. All onhrs for large quantities
should be handed in two days before want
ed, so as to give me time to order Creiim.
Pint.. II. S.u i'.
CITY COI.'XCIL -SPECIAL MEETIXO.
Cl" Si I . ( IIAMIU.Il. I
Cahui. I't. . M;iy:i, i
Present His Honor Mayor Winter and
Aldermen H.i"i l iy, L-mcest r, Puller. Hit -
tenhotlse. Tllit;ew'l, Wood e'ld Wright.
Tiie meeting being ci."ei by order of
Aldermen II.Y'liday. Wood and Wright.
Alderman Halliday gave in explanation,
that it had been called for the purpos- of
taking into consideration some action in
connection with the condemnation suit of
the Cairo ami Vincennes I (nil mad com
pany. Wher.Mipon. on mollon of A Mcminn
Tliistlewood, the following resolution was
Resolved, That the llnance committee be
Instructed to enter into negotutions with the
Citiio and Vriicennes Railroad company, or
other parties, designing to purchase tiny of
thi piece or parrel of land, known as
"Railroad strip," and report to the city
council at tin' next regular meeting.
Ayes Halliday, Hittetihouse, Thistle
wood, W'ood and Wright 5.
Nays Patier and Lancaster '2.
On motion of ' Alderman Halliday, the
L H. Piin.t.ts, City Clerk.
Have Yoi; a Cimhiii. Tlmt dry hm k
ing cough is the herald of approaching con
sumption. I o dus k the swift progress of
the destroyer, prompt and di-cisive measures
must In restored to. A dose of Dr. Morris
Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Horehound,
Uken when the coughing xpcll come on,
will afford Immediate relief, and eventually
eff.s't a thorough cure. It will lie found
(ijually U-neflclal in all forma of throat and
lung disorders. In case of croup it is of
Inestimable value. Call at the drug store
of Barclay Brothers and Inquire altont It;
they will furnish you with a trial si.e Ut
tie for 10 cents. A largesize fM) cents and
Alan agent for Prof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never falls. Pleasant
to take, and requires nophyslc. price 3.1cti.
TIIE Pl'BLIC S( '001,8.
rr.osiNo- f.xf.iuisks in miss Thompson's
The c losing exercises of the school year
h Miss Thonipson's room yesterday morn
ing were of a very pleasing character.
The room was crowded w ith the friends and
relatives of the pupils, nnd though the day
was very warm all listened attentively to
the songs, recitations, declamations, essnvs
nnd presentation speeches which made tip
the programme nf the morning. The-pupils
of Miss Powers', Miss Eastman's Miss Ri
ley's ami Miss Rogers' schools were gather
ed In Miss Thompson's room, n consolldn.
tion that enabled the parents nnd friends of
all the--little ones to witness the ex
ercises that would otherwise have taken
dace in separate rooms.
The introductory exercise was a concert
recitation by seven little girls, pupils of
Miss Mclvee. A song by the entire school
came next mid the programme thereafter
was us follows:
Miss Powers' nnd Miss Eastman's pine's:
Conceit recitation in physiolog, ; ( banting
of the Lord's prayer; compositions, Wiihle
Dm ming and Relic Phillips.
Miss Riley's pupils: Concert recitation:
sung by class; recitations by pupils; d a
logue by Rcssie Robbins mid .liinniie Sprout.
Miss Thompson's pupils: Declamation
The Closing Year Geo. Corlis; recitation
The Launch of the Ship Alice Wardner:
recitation The Troubles of a Poet Maud
Rittcnhoi!e;seIect reading Death of Little
Paul Clara Robbins; declamation The
Builders limmie Sandusky; recitation
Over the Hill to the Poor Houi Amy
Wilson; recitation The Face Against the
Pane- Bettie ICorsmeycr.
Some of thi se readings and recitations
were very meritorious nnd surprised while
they delighted the nudience.
A p!e:iant though saddening feature of
the occasion was the presentation of two
prize promiscii last tall by Mrs. Anna E.
Satl'ord to the pupils who ranked highest
: i. i .. i i . ... . . .
i:i .ciioiai"ii::i ami ueiiorinieni. .Misses
I'.eti" Korstneycr nnd Maud Rittciihousc
were tiie two good giris who won the prize
by the propiiety of their demeanor and
their faithful lessons during the pi'.st winter
and spring. Miss Rettie became
the owner of a be autiful volume of 'The
Poets of the Xinetcciith Century." ti.ul Mis
Maud of '-Wood's Xatural History.'' Mr.
S. P. Wheeler pnented the 'lunik on the
part of Mrs. Sall'onl. with a few feeling and
appropriate remarks: in which he referred
to tin- untiring friendship and ceasel 'ss :
tercst always mnnil'i Med by Mr. A. 1. Saf
ford in the pupil of our public chiilH
f-icniWiip !,! interest that have liccn so
faithfully and so unseltishlv exercised bv his
wife since his death. The books each con
tain a photograph and signature of Mr.
Satl'ord mid the inscription, '-presented in
Memory of A. II. Satl'ord. th" scholar's
friend, bv hi v!,'e, Anna E. Sall'ord. "
Alter thi came the presentntion of some
gifts to their teachers by the pupils of Miss
Thompson's. MissMdCcc's and Miss Rogers'
rooms. Miss Thompson' A and I! classes
gave her a handsome allium nnd gold pen
with pearl mid gold handle, and Miss Ret
tie Korsinevcrgracel'ully presented them, ad-
Iressing her as follows :
Miss TiioMi'siiN Allow me. in the name
of the girls of the A and I! rhissi s, to present
to von this little gift, as a token of their
high esteem and appreciation of the kind
ness you have .shown thelii dur'-'ig the past
vear. You have been imt only ii teacher,
but a friend, and we feel deeply' how much
we owe you. We can never grow so old a
to forget the untiring efforts, and kindness
with which you imparted to u your knowl
edge. We hope that you will' forgive the
, roubles 'nnd annoyance we have caused
you, through carelessness. If the ensuing
year does not welcome us here again, a
your pupils (a the most of us have inWfil,
imping to enter the High School), though
sorry to lose such a teacher as you. we bid
you farewell, hoping sometimes to In- kind
ly remembered by you, us still your pupils.
In reply. Mi Thompson assured the girls
of the two classes that she should always
remember them with her best wishes and,
what I'M teachers could not conscicnthnisly
say of all pupils, with her highest respect.
On that occasion, she did not wish to re
memlMT the annoyances and trials of their
school days, but only their pleasures.
While the girls thought they had caused
her trouble on occasions, she had no doubt
that she hud sometimes been a trial to
Miss McKee was then called ujKin, and
Jimmy Sandusky'on Is-half of the Isiys of
the A class, addressed her and said:
Miss Xannif. Ml-Kek: At a recent
meeting of the Isiys of the A class were
solved to give to you n public testimonial of
our appreciation of your faithful services as
teacher in the Thirteenth grammar scImmiI.
I was chosen sMkesinan of the class and
will present you this allium, containing our
photographs, hoping that you will accept it
and keep it as a memorial of the love and
gratitude we bear you for what you have
iiceu io us ihiiii a teacher ami exemplar.
In training our minds you have not forgot
ten our hearts and we trust we may alwavs
lie found olieying the moral precepts you
have giyen us from time to time and imi
tating the kihmJ example vou have set us in
your life and character.
Miss McKee riK-elved the handsomeirift
from thu hands of one of her pupils and
ImwiH the thanks she did not eirja-M In
Miss Roger's "Banner class" had also
prepared a surprise for her in the shape of
a la-autifut and valuable gold ring. Mas.
ter Hugh Barclay made a bright little pre
aentatlon speech and was roundly ppUm.
cd by his school mates and the audlunce.
He whs fully conscious of the importance
of the occasion, m was also master John
ui Flsh.tr, who gfu the ring into the
hands ot Miss lingers. Hugh said:
Miss Rixieus: I want to tell your for
our omiiu-r ciass inai we are sorry for all
the trouble we have caused you, bv belli"
.i i'.ui'..l . ....'. :"s
ine urn oi jiuiy, or ioo lazy to Uo our work
well. We. wish now we had always been
gisul. Wo thank you for being go" patient
and loving, and for teaching us so many
things to make us good nnd true Imys and
Kirm. mi: oiv jiiouu, ui course, to do pr
motcd, but are real sorry to leave von.
Will you please accept this ring Johnnie
Fisher holds in his hand, as a token of our
love, and bear it to keep In mind your Ban-
.... 1 yy ii - .. ..
hit hi hi iota, in- mire our memory or
you win oe as emuess as tins golden ring.
Miss Rogers disclaimed ability as a pub
lie speaker and said she could do no more
ilmiuto express her grateful thanks to the
boys and girls of the Banner class.
This closed the exercises of the day in
Miss Thompson's room.' The pupils of this
mom will receive their certificates of pro
. A - Rkmahkaiii.k Rksli.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 sat
isfaction in severe cases of lung diseases.
It is true there are yet thousands of persons
who are predisposed to throat nnd lung af
fections, consumption, hemorrhages, asthma,
severe colds settled on the breast, pnuc
inonia, whooping cough, etc., who have no
personal knowledge of Roschee's German
Syrup. To such we would say that .Vi.lioo
dozen were sold last year without one com
plaint. Consumptives, try jut one bottle.
Regular size, 7i cents. Sold by all drug
gists in America.
FROM CoHoXKK FITZGERALD.
TIIF. l'.OOY l!K F.NTI.V IIKI oVKUF.M FliuM Til K
III Kit. W IIOs).; is it:
Killtur Cairn Bulletin:
Your local editor was mistaken w hen In
stated that the iMidyofthe Italian organ
grinder was recovered. The body of the
Italian organ-grinder, or anv other man
w.;s not found near Halliday V wharf boat;
but the body of a man supposed t" be Wil
liam Poind -xt r. who lived near ('aniens
landing. Kentucky, was found near the box
factory by the officer of the tug Moiitank.
Deceased appeared to be about itv eat.
of nge, live f'ct seven inches high, bald
headed, gray whisker nml moustache, worn
very long; thumb of left hmul short and
thick at the top; s:ij, shoriye-s
and thickness appeared to be caused
by a felon or hurt: he won- dark
jeans pants, gaiter sIioi n gray cotton shirt
with emblem of tn-e leaves or flower .
cd on the Uisom thereof: there wa nlo a
silver ring on the t' '-d linger
of the left ' hand. Mr. Charle, El
licit, pilot ot the tug Molilalia, delivered
to the coroner th" fo"nwing property found
by him on the person of di-ceased : one oin ii-
faced watt h. a tobacco pouch , ",t)i . .-o but- !
tolls on the Open end thereof, two poeket ,
knivc-. one pocket comb. red cotton lend- ,
kerchief mnl thirty-live cents in money:!
deceased appeared to have been about ten I
days in the water, and Elvira K.-t-ly In in- j
duly sworn, staled that ir was William I
Poindextcr who brought a re't of logs t
the box factory about ten day ago. and j
that he lived near the landing above .tated, j
between Caledonia and Me'Tpois. Mv
object in making the above t:itelllelit is
that if the idmve mentioned should not be
Will. Poindexter (and it may be possible
that the witness might be mistaken I the
circulating medium of Tin: Hi iii.tis may
eallse the pr'iier identiticitioii of the de
'cnscd by hi friends. ResjMrMllllv. etc..
R. Fitzi.f.i: u.n, ( orojier.
C.uiiii. III.. May :!(i.
Mils. S. Wll.l.MMSON. for the Ili Xt Week.
will offer an cxtrailinary cheap line of!
millinery goods and notions to Icri utoiiier !
and the public generally. As the season j
is advanced, she wishes to dios of hei
st of k and has determined to offer it at '
prices that cannot lie resisted. Beautiful
neck tics are marked i 10 cents; gisid
quality hose. 10 cents; handsome ilk neck
handkerchiefs, 'i't cents: linen ami cambric
handkerchiefs, ." and 10 cents .apiece, and
many other notions and seasonable good
in proportion. She has a full line of straw i
huts tor ladies mid rhihlrwn in nil the de-'
sirable shapes, and has marked them down
to almost wholesale price. Ladies who
wish to make splendid bargain in any
kind of millinery and fancy good should
not fail to embrace the optortunity now of
Fern I them.
Hahwikid A- Sin's I Wesssional dead
ball, also, the Isninding ns k. at Pyatt A
Co.'., corner Twelfth street and Washington
Window Suikknm, Wire Cloth, Door
Springs, Bird Cages, Hanging Baskets,
Flower Stands and Trainers, at A. Hallev's.
Day Roahdkhs. At the Thornton house,
opposite the New York Store, $tt (Ml per
month; also board with furnished rooms.
NkwStvi.ks We are just In receipt o
our second order of ladies and missea new
style hats. Finest of the season, and at
lower prices. Now is the time to buy and
buy cheap. At New York Store.
At'ToonAi'iis, inkstands, scrap-luniks,
pockctlNNiks, eopy-lNsiks, at Pyatt & Co's.,
Twelfth and Washington avenue.
Laiiof.st and finest line of paH'tcrics In
the city, nt Pyatt A I'o's.. Twelfth and
Iti'DntA and sea Iskln ss'ket Issiks, al
bums, etc., at Pyatt A Co.'a, Twelfth and
jjJUREKA ! EURMKA !!
A Substitute for Life Insurance Companies.
Widows' and Oj.i'irAN's' Mutual Aid Society
Or-anleil July 4, lu77. amter the laws of the Stiff of Illinois. Ciiyrlliti'il July 0, 177, uuder art of
X. R. THISTLEWOOD, Puksipknt.
MRS. P. A. TAYLOR, Vwk Piiksii.f.nt. J. A. GOLDS' riNE, TitiAsc,;U.
DR. J. .1. GORDON', Mi:i)i( Ai, AnvisoH. THOMAS LEWIS, Ski iiktakv.
Pi.VRD OF MANAGERS.
MI'.S. I'. A. 'f At I. (Ill,
N. II. TlltSTf.KWOOH,
.MISS KATK I.. VIM I M,
.. .r. (iouihin,
.i. a. lioi.psnNi:,
.Mil, ti. A. AVUF.,
Fur partli a! ar bi'ialiv nt th.- cfl!re. nirr.er Seventh -'reet mnl Ciim:ni'r"iil iw.-m',., Wii,t,.rp.v I,)
rrilB PALACE HOTEL OF OIIICAOO.
. t--3 A.-JSiiTS.':.-!.-
itoo.Ms wrn k )i;r uoAiii . si 'io.sj pi:i, day.
AX ELEGANT IHTAl'RANT ( oN'XECTED WITH THIS IKiK.
t.ltiil KK AN p ( oMMIl'i.N Mr. I.I ilNl.
S'lKATToX tt lUi;i),
WiioKKSA Li-: (i !:oi ki;s
:.: OHIO LEVEE.
A i . F..VTS A M F. It I ( A X I'GU IKK( M I'' Y
Ca i I'd.
. xTiurrxs. .i't.
7 I'l.-.e .M
GRAIN. Fl.Of Ii AND HAY.
I ' t Jl-H-t I I I'M
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Farmers Tobacco Warehouse
General Com mission Merchants,
Ni. Ii' iel I JT dimmer- I
cii Avnile, (
I IHKIIAI. Ailsni'emeiitii tnsile on l'iininmi'nt
of Tulifcii. Kluur ni druiii.
YOT1CK TO COXSl'MKILS
The jn sl rt'lKlirlty or uar TIN TA TOBACCO
hi en'( oilli. luillstlmis tlierenf to h" pliU'iMl in.
th" nisiki't. We therefore. cutliia til rlirwirs
ealtiat iiurvhsslDi fiii'ti luilintliinit.
Alt ilealer liiiflnuor m'lllni( ollur plus tohacco
Wring haul or moUlllc Itliel, reinler tlicinai'lTisi
liaklii to I tin i.iiltr of III" lw. sail nil pfrnmt ?io
Utltnt nur trsiii nitika urn iutilhl)i(i hf Unit nj
linirliiiDieut. Sen ui nf CotmrcM, Ail. ti, IS7S.)
Tbtttfi nilliinl.OKHIbAKl) TIN TA(I TOBACCO
ctn ho itlatliijiiliilii'il li TIN TAO on esch liimi,
with thu word I.OIIKM.AHII stsmpisl thunsm.
Over T,lH tnn tulisi-co sold la IS77, unit oiwly
:,iail peronvuiihiyi'l iu frtii!'l.
Tsti't poiil Unrernnient la IST7. hunt iU1Ull.il(,l.
ml diirliiK i-t H ysrsx over 4in,ilill.
TUe ummI milil liy all Jobbers st in.innrsrtiin'rs'
MTThe TIN TAi HMOKINII TOBACCO It
"aernml to nuno" lu arums, tulUluiwa, purity ami
MI1S. K. ('. KOItll,
H. II. A Ylll'-.H,
TO n:1 I'KH DAY.
I: . in.- ii:.- i.e. w Hi i ii:..
IKV i-oup. Mi
The laigest .o,ne ami ict.iil Dry
i. ood and ( loll ing Houe in this City;
itie leeching M w (mmhI tl.iily mnl me
onei-iiiggie.it buigain in t!ieinot hand
some line of CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS
and MATTIN(r: ilk. Ciisliiueies. Ron
lefte. nnd a gicit many other new
tie of Die IioihIs. Fill!, Etc.; in
f.u t i;i eM ty j aitnieiit of their hnsi
tle. they eoili,illy imite the public
tu call and see their stock.
Al.ooNs A V KKM'I IIAN'K
Saloon and Restaurant
no: bkut ir
WINES, LUPOUS AND CIGARS
on Inlet : uNu tei-1
im-liitillr mi Inn il a
FRl'ITS, LEMONS, ORANC En APl'I.ES,
AT Wllill.NsAI ASH IOTMI,
At til" 0. lli'lmnnli'ii lintel f :: on Irvee.
Lt M HK.it.
The Cairo llox and Basket Uo.
Floorintc. Sulintc. Lath. Mt.o
At llie ver luwiit riles.
Havim; h Heavy Stm-k of Logs on Hand,
We sri' prepun-il li
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERH
On 111" cliotieniii otli-P.
AHI'KCIA I.T V m Kile or H T K A M 0 AT I.C M B K If
Wu :iU,i ni.iiiirm'lir..KKCII'tlX.MATIIKIAI,r
I'rm ker. Cainly, I'm klnu Hinen. Mliivea, Hi'dlnn.
ItOOT AM) HIIOK MAKKIL-).
BOOT AND SHOK MAKER
Commercial Awnili', hi'l, I lStwk III
ISIxtb autl Heventtt nt. t x itini. III.
IAKKH pli'Muri' Iti snnoiinelngtu hl pntnuis sntl
the public tf.Mierslly Hint tut lotn ris'ently ishvWisI
tin rtnenl sail most mkIis-I stiM-k uf Lent Iht of erery
ili'serltitlnn ever linmulit to this clly. All work In
hi 1 1 an ukih'iHi'iI promptly unit In lliu best tnnniiT.
Untlri' sutlslVtloa iflvi'ii In uvry liistutin'. I'rlies
fiMiiniibli'. A I'urilliil Invltntlim exlmidi'tl to all lu
rail and exmnliu' ipiod. uud learn prices.