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Tilt. DAILY CAIRO KULLKTIN: WEDNESDAY MOUSING, JUNE 10, 1S78
"y R. SMITH, Jit., M. I).
(WW ni) Ucildeiu e :
l TII1HTKKNTH frTRKKT. CA1HO, IU.
1 W. DUNNING, M.D.
Oftlit ud Eoililcuce :
OFKirB-M.W. for. HlJlh (.. nr Ohio U'veo.
RESlliKNi'KCornr W'uluul mid Mnlh ttrwu.
JJU. K. W. WHITLOt K,
Orrn K-No. i n; CommiTclftl Avi-uue, between
KluhlU and Nllilll Street.
jyi W. ('. JOCELYN,
C'FFIi K Klylith Street, in'iir Cmnnn'rcliU Avenue.
Q P. AVHF.KLKlf,
A t to vney-a t- Law.
OKFICE-Olilo l.cvc. lK-t. K.'iinli and Sixth t.
INEGAK ii LANSDEX,
A 1 1 oi'iio ys-a t -1 a v.
OFFICK-No. U't Commercial Avcnm-.
lfV ro nlhnrlvd to tuuuuncc II. I". LlF
LIS a csndlduu' for SUitKV of Alfxandi-r county,
aubject to tbe di-olitien of lb pi-ople at.tUt lw.'tlun
In NoTcinbvr next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL nrEU OF THK CITY AND COUNTY.
The Ouly Daily in Southern Illinois.
Sionai Orriri!. I
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Maximum Th rm.m..cr. 74 ' ; Miuituuiu Thtt
MauvUT, iki- ; R:nij:i. o a
James m watsos.
S..'rj"t Sijual Sfrrlo. L". A.
ll'.'rocrlimtiorn of P-r'.ptv'if Pxoplo of Cairo al
Jloun and A'iJ. other l:tBCoarB-
Mr. Win. Kluge 1, ft for Eurvpe ywter
Mr. John Parker, of lai:y. wis in the
Mis (lenie M. Hi!!. , f U II. thii
state, is in the citv. tlie giit u J.'rs. V.
Mrs. E. Krauth oa-I child tfi city
yesterday morning for lad: mpftis. Thv
will be absent during the u2i2inr.
-Mrs. S. A. IUrf- r and ,1
Pear!, left this mornini-f-r Xt-hvilJe.T.iua..
their former horn-, to speed the suinaier
Mr. John Git-s Ls i: IVine: urfr.T ln
arduous laUrs w t g..,-, lie lonk.i vrnlL
He talks crops aid w-;ar'r with tint fieili
ty and giilmeii ot' a tiiaa a,-vi: r.iv a
town. He carrie his hj.j-s,.ed ja his
Parties leaving the city for a summer
vacation can have Tuk Daily Bcm.ktix
regularly mailed to their address, for one
dollar per month; The weekly for twenty
cents per month. No family should be
Mr. Tiechinan has returned. Mavor
Winter requests us to state that in this case
the scriptural prophecy has been fulfilled
"The lost shall be found." We disclaim
all responsibility for the authority or cor
rectness of the quotation.
Mr. Geo. S. Pidgeou writes from
umalia, under recent date, that he would
start in a few days for San Francisco, and
is by this time doubtless on his journey
thither. From there he will make a tour
through Southern California, returning to
Cairo in the Fall.
Mr. Philip C. Baivluy, son of Mr. I'. V.
'Bu relay, is expected home from Chester on
.Saturday next. In an account of the com
mencement exercises at the Pennsyl
vania Military Academy at Chester, on
the Blth hist., printed in the Philadelphia
"Public Ledger, - Win that this young
gentlemen acquitted himself with high
honors. He delivered uu interesting ad
drew, taking for his subject "Kismet." the
Tiirkisliwonltoi f.it". In it he took the
iHtsitiou tint "Man is the maker of his own
future, and Kismet i not written for him,
isve as his hand and heart shiipi- his own
destiny." Mr. Wm. J. Wilcox, mhi of Mr.
Jewctt Wiicnx, iIi.'my. -ved an oration on the
same occasion i iitii! d. "So May It IV,"
He lelated a G'Tiinn h-y. n,, on whii h he
bused the argiiineiil of i, address, The
ctlbrt v:is highly pr:ii-i. At theconelu-
km of th,. ra ideating exercises, diplomas
Were award. -d the young gi'lillelilell. ami
they r-e.-iv.'l tic dfjre of Ciwl Kngi r,
feringly Miggtive i
Many snll' i with '.hi-
blood wliicll "li-gti'iri s
iiovs attendants and a-
II tile vot'i
i o i
exhibition of bad
the pe.,) and an-
couhl be m. id clean and lie ir Moml kept
pure by using lir. iiu'lMJIi-rtl Mixture.
I VTI'IKl Itl.V.MAN's I.At NPIIY.
Mrs. I,ettie Coleman has icopeiieil her
lauudryon l-'oimli street, between Wash
ington and Coinnien i d avi lines, mid lakes
this nn ihod of informing her old friends
nnd pal "oils that she is again et their h.-r-viie.,
aud sol'n iis iin ir piUromige, She
lus leduci-d pri' I i to stlit (!.'.' !il,'..'S.
THE MAN WITH THK CIGAR.
Dritmntl l'ruli.P-.l. H, Herd, II. M. Muni), Jolin
Ili-cve. Scone- outhwi'i.t curlier of the Court
limn.,'. Hpi-riiitor A littml uf Hoodlum mid
J. 15. Heed (iithlrwfciiijf Heeve and point
ing to Mann) John. th old gentleman
think us you ilo ttlxnit Grant.
Ileevc You bet.
Slann How's that!
Reeve Why, that the man with the cigar
will rnt llmrn m.vf tinii..
Mann (shaking his head and stroking l,to make America temperate in her ci.
chin)-Well. I ain't so sure about that. KUYKEND.VLL'S CAXDIDAA.
Kecd-Oh. yes; we'll take Grunt, and t! iim & om of
Domm rats wiU tiuve t take Hayes. , , ,
Astonishment among the helium., ,n tt
llystander tc,nocrnt,-H-ll! W -wllt'ral J,JC
Reeve You 1 .ft. Republican party uf Southern llanou u
Bystander Ob, did you hear about tli bright ami shining liglit-iii hiiiself ul-
divor ' most an entire light -house. Without
Mann Well; : that make mulice. he dislikes the l)i:mocrtif party,
forty times I've been asked that fjuestio UIi without heat is a licpubliean.
in the lust hour. it i no intention of ofl'ending
And then the party forgot all about po!i(ti(, V,( )m llt.r nVti.h in
ties and plunged into a discussion of th n hiIUI1.ftli 1I1JIUner; aii.1, iilh..uKh
duties of man under certain trying domes)
Tun safest and niot reliable remedy fojllis ,,. js Kuykondall his list name.
the usual diseases of the baby is Dr. Bull
Baby Syrup. It contains nothing injurious
Price 21 cents a lottle.
In and Around the Town and lt Si'liMxirhoiu!.
What Ihu ClironltliT uf Kvent did .Vo ui.
Yesterday was n unusally quiet da
with the police justices.
There was a large crowd at the St. Pa
rick's church festival at Scheel's Garde J
Pat Fitzgerald's new livery suble i
rearing its summit two stories high. I
will be ready for occupation in about tw
The frame house vljoining and nort
of the New York store is being razed to th
ground to make way for the construction
a new building.
Bennett, the barber stabbed by Boot)
will recover. He was removed from tl;
hospital yesterday to the house of Elij
Throgmorton, and this, it is said, is opt
lead to further troubles.
Booth, who stabbed the Portugese ba
ber, Bennett, was held in 35 bonds I
Justice Oabora to answer the charge of m
siult made in the alTair previous to tlj
stabbing. This was the city case. t
ppuwutiou. so far, has been entered againj.
B-th for his subsequent conduct. '
There will 1 a meeting at the Li bra i.
IW'm en Friday afternoon, June 21 sr. L
half pa.st four o'clock, of the Cairo mei
tRt'f the Illinois Social Science Asi.kj'
tioc, ad the Illinois Industrial School A
.i:ution. All members and other lad:
in either caiise are requested to Ic prcst
The rv"r .ta.i !url.T appropriation b
f hftvinif pawi Hie lions u amended bv tl
sena.i'. limy awaits riw president signatu
U U-eonie t law. Tie Wckej Island a
pf'priatii n :h "iiert':re a certainty, and i
eirwnditu?'! w.'.: prjoeel un.ler the dire
tion rf G".n. S.ai;on.
Have we fi"piift.-rs among u.f Nun
time ago a salesman in one of our dr
goxJs ston: showed n coujile of ladits sum.
lace gcxnls nfiin expensive quality. Whil
they were examining the goods his pji-scnc
was demanded elsewhere. I'pon his ictur-
a portion nf the goods, he says, was nu
but the i harai ter of the ladies forbade nn
questions on his part a U the mysttsiou
Night before last, nt the hoiisi; .it
colored man named Tyler, on Walnut. I
twren Nineteenth and Twentieth st recti.
seriotis (.iistnrimnee tooK place. Jt aiipeui
that a party of live or si in the h'ev'iy
weP' gambling, and u dh-pu'e arose, foil v to
ed by a quarrel and shouts and cro.-cjn
that u woke the neighborhood. Tyler aJ.Kt-
and his wife were before ,iutiee OsUiiJ,n
yesterday, and the former was lined. 7f
case against Mrs. T. was dismissed c ( it
The Italivi Count whom an adv.T ' t
fate has driven to packing- around ou lit " '
bliKuled back a blue box tilleil with link"
canari.s conversant with th- pre.i. si-.,, i
lbrtuni s of humanity.
inanity, wa- "jomg n ii.pl'l
. , , , I
'ii the I'oiu-th ward vcdi r-i.f-w
i.'ii ton i ienn.i li' ii 1 1 1 1 , ! 1 1 .1
ofliee bilsiai ss
atterniKiii. lb had th" colored kiopuli.tii
worked up to tic highest pitch of i v it
mcnt, and in return for tlr ir fortune, ;
told by the planets tliroiigh the caiurh
they iheerfullv vi'.-lded up their hvi-
Vesterdiiy aft'-rnoon. Kd. 'ri.;ol.
colored em ploj e of the MU.-,iippi 4.', lit
railroad, met with a shocking archie
while working at the cradle of thi-i.iclii,
on the Kentucky .-ide of the river. ppoit
this city, lb' was al work lieai dn- cilj
of the incline as the steainer McCoinb w,
approaching, and a loov plank, as om
suv, or a bar of railroad iron as is ins'te
'. Up'Hl bv others. I ;llls"d hill) to lose h
; .. . . ', ,
I lootleilu. alio as lie irii :, piiim i Ii
i ihe advancing boal ! thecradie and hoi
I ribly cruslied. Hi was biojMht oei tiithr
city nnd lr. Wardner e iinine. him. 1 1
j W"S ,,1!,t ''''' 1,'lt
was wrenched from its -t k'-l nnd driven
into tlie lower pouion 'U tue a" 'i'.m,i' n. niakiny somi' ry m,,ous eoinpan -urns. On
The muscles of th- t'aieli wen- (onvii '.'l nnotle r i'ccn':ou I ,id(ed him to buy me n
into a mnngled and lie it mass, ton f,"iu j.uir if cull' butt;n.s, and he replied by say
theUnie. Hi, ilea;', 1, c,:,.i,',cied idiiio.-( : pig thM he Icid no mm o st"al from r again
certain, and ii wa-, tho'ighi r. , ,,,,1,1 ;.,.t (.'.iuding t; Mr. Joivens.ni and tl-.nt lie
survive through the nighi. lie In al his
h'liirdiiig-lciuse on 'I ,v a, .t'ii':;i utieei, but
lies when at home at Vilia Uidge, whei"
be hj u wife and f.ttiiiv.
-COMMONLY CALLK1) A (iOBLET."
ITho (' nf (iordon v. Oonlon Born of a Llttlu
(Imc, Tumldcr Hill fllud In ClnnnTT VontiTiluy
liy lir. Corilun fur Ulvimo Jim. liuruou' Staiu-
Shortly lifter noon yesterday the rumor
was current upon the street that a bill had
been riled in chancery for iljvoree by Dr.
Gordon, through his attorney, Judge John
II. Mulkey. Of course tlie rumor was not
lonj,r in assuming nil shapes, and no two
iVWpiYtWW'l'u V4 lwft the sumejerslon of
never knew Lindlcv Murrav, he gandalizes
him bv evei ; sentence he writes r speaks.
II is ip'tiuls are A. J. presumed to M.' -id
Tor Andiew Jackson, whose charu'ter he U
said to admire and not understam. He lias
consented (so we are informed) to be a
candidate for the Statu Senate in the Pt
hi-ki county I'Vttict: and (.it is aid) will
make a brilliant canvass if the Republicans
nominate him. We hope they wil. 'Ihey
ought to. lie will enlighten then by his
eloquence eun ion hp:ciucs in ne mm- n
p: i. l'he should be elected tmid We t
ill ..: : ... J ...
hope he will not lei he will adornthe. sen
ate. i-i vl Yh he earned h'- great st repu- i
t.iliou for common sense and bad ,nammar. j'
A 'though he w:M vote wrong on every po-!'
"t'l ul question, he wi'l stand by -he inter- ("
ests of Eu.pt and labor for the tenefit of'
hitonstituents. If we cannot harea Uetn- '
ih lat, giv us Kuyk in pref-venc to any
other Railieal. ,t
COMMI'NISM AT CIIK'.V'.O.
Duriir'the past two months the Ja'ty
! pres of Chicago have been'idusfious in an
etVoi t t" ahum the public by an outcry j
ag "' st e..inmui'sin. The Timis and Tri- ,
bun have repeatedly declared t iat the ad-.
ueatc. ofcomnir 'sm were pre u ring to en
gage in bloody business that ttiey int'-nd- .
ed to butchiT all who r used tchowbid'on
the red ring and to apply the Teh to the
bus' u'-i palaces of the Lake..
Citv. Th" citizens became ilarmed, aii'if
militia coinpui'ies were held it readiness fore
instant action. The slice t"', becamr
vigilant; ami to such an extent did thej"
carry their vigilance that they broke up tlw'
public meeting of the National Greenbacl
men- a congregation ot Jiatrs idiots. "f
when it was e-nociced that, on last Tin s
day, the Communi-ts would enjoy a pnx-esy
sion and a pic nic. tin- press declared tha'.
on that ib.v tl ulrageous men would rio'l
a:i'l mnrdei and burn and ft" al. But a11 thes.l
prediction w-ie liiifultilleil byih'- events o!
Tie .-day at Chicago. A number of '1 .ad"
l'i:i"ii. l'im"d a pr.K-esMi.ni iu a mo-i
iieactable inai'ier and proceeded to i
.ope j,c.c :i ! n I there liic '.iieed in pcaci
Nunc oj' l
Ceh rs mail'.' sii-iciit
bad "lie- ;iv ol;lt"l i' ,ll etVofls. Ilt'.d Hot lie l
i.uigeioi; to the public interests than man
of the -
l,, ,,, in. mIi- nli toe Mool'S ot (of.. I
J..C-S by '
lie rcpr Iltalives of the me
e 'b 'V Well' bo.il to .o--i.- thi
man v 'nov-
( nioie v i i, v. .etch ulei
j a doubtful liyht 1 'h'-k and no uni
peak any seiitlne iit that is not in ''n ir
' terest. lint the event wi not what
,l-i-.s ie,licted it Would be, r it v. i i i ha
II lendi'licv t I t ' l I V ' 'ice the public tin
Woll 'i;.-li I'.ot monsters and that im
, ai"i"t ' en o.g. d in'o niUl leii-r- and i
.e. le. li.-"e dl" d C'Ui' 11'
i ,. )( , .,, (i,, I'.....
j , .... .-. ,r,,u,,,. .-.fthat
j , . . ,, . i s,,
land !epreselit ilivi-s ol Ihc tliliago N '
, . . , .
tW" in el
:. l Was nrraligcl tnai a ii'i
I- the joint management "f tl
-hollid b- ri"' f"'illl
Chicago, tin- i-ist piT car "f .' ii.y th-i
Mind pounds to I"-
. . I ,,.v.i fc'w.l- V :i-.r,i lllOlll
. n .-i"isi s .
... . 1 ...,.,. 1 1 1 1- -I
o j tl"U 'il th"' .MU"i 1" 1 I
, Ifer.iiL' fp-ni i flt'.N..t 1 ) -peps....
t) J, bordered liver. Tin r-..nil -I tu. se.lisea
. ! . 1 1 : ..inl villi 1 1
, upon lie' masses oi nucuie, .,.
P'opl" lM,oi l.iniiing. maKi.m ii-"
.-. .. I 1.... I. ...i Inf. i iile-isallt cet !
any u imiim. . i ,
i' ....'..., niKiit an. Iisi II IICSs. ilicl"'is
'".i v ,
. ...i;. : I i .... L- on
oil i-ason lor tuts, ii yi"i in ."m.
bo(eii otV it. I Mie olli' oi CMIoll he gl.iMi-d
lie', and catching inv fini'i-r in his iniuith
i( S!,, v,;n ii,,. l.itlen linger to the H -
I porti r II v.s cn-laui in lie-habit of
j throwing nis ,'oi-:iie- wife up to m, . saying
j Ui wa. inorc of n lady Ihan 1 w as. and
colli'1, not all'urd t-i jmhdpe iu sticli epcns.'s.
Mrs. Gord-.m then reii.'Wed the doctor's
conduct tilth"- e;-r" of the household,
and hi ei-i'diu t ub.ut 'tlie pnvmenl of
certain taxes, in very energetic way, aud
proceeded to relate the primary and pre
dominating caiisfi of their unhappiness.
As Mrs. Gordon, siuee she became uware
of the real nature of the doctor's com
plaint as filed in court, has expressed a
determination to have the advice of a legal
counselor. The Bcli.etin refrains from
giving publicity to thin portion of the most
important part of the interview. There
can be no harm, however, in intimating
that jealousy is at the Wtom of it, and
whether Mrs. Gordon is right in hcj belief
or not, is a question which will be deter
mined by the court. As the ludy relates
it, she certainly makes out a very
strung case, and believes conscien
tiously every word she says.
Throughout the interview she was much
aliected, but told her story in a plain,
sensible way, and, in conclusion spoke
of the iliH'tor being there during the day re
moving what was in the house of his per
sonal citeets. She also said he was very
much distressed, even unto tears at their
separation. 'While she regretted, mostly for
the sake of her children, what had occur
red, she knew that u continuance of things
as she described them would be intolerable,
and experienced a certain sense of relief in
know ing they were at an end.
I'Ol RT-HOrsK NOTES.
Vc.-ti'rdu.v- Pl. fcio Matters Slriitlv I.ial ami
Glkt'rt Not bo Mieli So J
The sale of delinquent lots continues.
Deputy Sheriff Hodges starts for the
rural districts again on Saturday, to ell
some property under execution.
Judge Yocum, sitting as probate judge,
yesterday entered judgment in the matter
of John B. Phillis, administrator of the
estate of William H. Schotiehl. An appeal
The recent action of tic county Uard
unking the pcopiu to tile protests in case of
objection to the proposed change in pre
cincts is based lilBiu the action of Voters in
Clear Creek precinct, who pray for it divis
ion on the ground that it is too large.
The tiding of the court-house yard,
for which the County Bourd hm invited
bids, is to secure proper drainage. A it
now is, after a heavy, rain, water wttU- iu
spots all over the yard, and apart from the
unliealtliiness produced by these stagnating
oos, a very disagreeable impitwion is
made by their appearance.
The Hunters' Club is an organization
composed mostly of cour!-hoii.e uiliciak
who pride thrin.vii' c.j.on the accuracy of
Ucir aim and I hi ir tcarle,sness iu the
( base. Thev have recent I v built a hunting
headquarters on the banks of the claic
Cache, when- the slaughtered bear, buffalo,
deer and ci hiii are hauled in and prepared
for the large wholesale markets of tlu
country. A str.ing'-r limning ti a collec
tion f these court-house hunters reciting
their exploits would imoumc that .Mike
hink had come back to life, and was du
plicated in the persons of ex h of the nar
rators. If thev can average a .ouirrel
apLxe, in a thirteen hours' Uiint. through
woods that are full of them, they will Mirpri-e
those who have an ar quaiulaiu with their
iTiii'Hlay Tran-n liniiii of the'rVi lii.i!..ti. Ileaiilea
olli'-t iluii.g aiul sojin-ui lie Id t! UiMiutihi'K.j
- The W. C.T.I', met ye,tenLty after-
'the effort t have Or. Iteyiinld hi re
the coming fall is being vigorously talk'-d
up, :wid the ladies are taking gm-it interest
in tie movement.
-'LTiC siK-iable it the rooms of tlui club last
uight was well aWcnded. At an early hour
the reading room. began to rill up, and after
an luur or so spent in conversation, a num
ber if belies ar.il. geiiUemt-n usciiided to
tlie ball, where uxusie and singing, were in
--Who among, win brothers will Im- at the j
great Chicago Temperance Camp M"ftiiigf I
Caio should U- r"'pre-n!e. tlirough its
club, if not ""JiM-w'i-se. An eh rXunr f.u
di.l'.'gaU't (eH!lMS t be borne by 1 1 1 L: i
i-U'Jii would cri.iite .im(- interest onl tiwr-e i
Wo lid be u lively race.
--Then.' was a lively t'-liipefali'.i met -t i p y
al. Toledo Momlay night. Co. I.o'a, iy ad-ilv-sM-d
it, and UeitH new igu r. to the
pliilge were .:(:aied. This cleauisl c,. the
Ijiaisc, with t'..(. exception of i( Metliodist
alivine it 1 1 I tlu: iilu r pi-r.-in. The Col.
siak.s at i iintmi, Ky.. to-nigU'.. ami at
'-"-''e branch,. Friday uig.'il.
-Col. Lv'Aerv, liesiih-. beili nil cloiiU -lit
i runperanei-orator, is a g'io.1 r.nl-e of new-.
papeis. ivec Till, Bri.l.l.'i IV shlll olT it.-
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,,,,. u.)in .jv(. ,Ji(. ,,, ,s
o-tll. L,v; ,,,,,,!, s,utl.,h Im.
,,,:.., ( .wm K.rVe..l the ertects ol
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litis W.IUI. Ill tin- I'Ul.ug )n, , ,
. , , . . .
i'i' ioii'.i. ;,:iu na- ill' hll.nt II liv
I - 1
, t(, ,( t)
ol ns own pockets.
-Olil'ilig tie- colli . e nl liwc.ll. "i i. a re-piil!i-r,
with li'iupi-ianee leanings. vjti:e.ses ;
many s.i I -.., ii, j,..- i,i,i ,.... ,,. .;,,..
.".li'shilll loa relii-eil u,., of -,a!oo,i, and
W lit If there he oil., tyes t V, of the ,. of
li l'"IIU enter, with l!c-', binlg oil their
bi'asls, m.il tali for Iwo
M'lioolicrs H Oei r. :nl ( iujily In - ..i uoi ui. i .
ill the twinkling id' ill! eye, hi i,fi s all iViti,
ill humanity. This is tad. uoi Ii. lion.
Flesh is Wi nk, iii'lei'd.
A Ml.VTISd of the ( nbo lii,.. H.i Asso
ciation wid be hi Id Wednesday evi niug,
.luii" Huh. al t'ne ( aim n form clip, loom,
I t o'e!cck A full nMi'tiilalice is rion's,,
G. M, I'umi.i;, Si ci' t'iry.
rpiIK PALACE HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
,' s-s j" C'
PJdCES BEDUCEl) TO PER DAY.
Above Parlor Floor, witting Kronf Hoom nl Jioom with 11a I U.
ItOOMS WITHOUT HOARD. 8L TO B2 PKU DAY.
AN ELEGANT UESTAl'HANT CONNECTED WITH THIS HOUSE
jjUTKEKA ! EUREKA ! !
A Substitute for Life Insurance Companies.
Widows' and Okpiiaxs' Mutual Aid Society
Ciy9r.i.ed July 1. 1". m.ilor tie- ! ct tii'e Stntr uf 111 inoix. Coj.yr-I.t. d Ju!y !, 1, uhJit a t ot
N. IS. THlSTLEWMiM). PntMMKT.
MBS. P. A. TAVI.OH. Vi k I'kksii.k.nt. .1. A. GOLDSTI.VE. Tnt.vsi i:kr.
Ml. J. .1. GOUDoN, Mkiui ai. Auvisoi: TIIdMAS LEWIS, Suketahv.
MILS. V. A.
N. U. TI11S1
.i. .1. ouuiMiN.
a. a. iioi.uvn.NK.
lilts. S. A. AYKL,
ttrVt J.JrUi ular icipin at Uu olSf. rortirr Seventh -in-et anit Cmiiirn-ial . tiO. Wmtxri. h',i k.
HKY G(HlS. nr. l.IPM KI AD CfiMMlsso MKW'IIASTS.
The J.ngest wholesale and irtAil I i-y
(nuU and Clothing- House in this City:
are receiving new (Jols daily ami are
ottering-great bargains in theinost hiinil
soaie lines of CAKI'KTS. OIL (10TU
aiW MATTINGS; Silk.i'as)iiierf, Lon
retes, hihI a great many othfT new
styles uf Jiress GoimU. Fans, Etc; in
f'acr in every departiiu nt of their biisi-ne-v
they cordially unite the nnblir
w caII ami m c their stini.
PiifiiiCToi: of sim:at's patent
Iti:na(.Ki;ATui; (Jals, .
1 V.'iMr'T ill lit'.
ICE BY THE ('Alt I.OAInK' i.N. WELL
PACKKH Foil SUUTlMi.
(iU' I.o.uis ;i Specialty.
i ) I-' I'll' t; :
Cor. Twel t'lh Strct-t and lvts,
1 c ill iT7k : i i : :
1 A CO ii I uu-:,
Is nov. puo ;
t "ii Kill Orders. Wiolcs.ale i.r lietail, ill
i Satisii,-(,i'y prices.
urn. ,se Ii r. Ilm
si-, '.t tiiu Citv Hhmvuiv.
V)( I'M A S KlUil AN,"
01. M. Kits l
A' ( I CTl I 4 I iX
CiiI'M- It l.lt.ll t ll sTIfKKT. i 'A I Ho. II.I.INOH.
('M (( j'1 ('.) H'l'1 K !K'
N ( T S N ( ) V !
j Al lie' uine-i-1, f Klht meet mill (Ihln Levee, we
fin-iiov 1"-. il In III) nnli ri ler I'lirc l.ak"' lie ill
i hi 'i 1 1 iraei. mm in iiiiiiiuii'i. ui iriiiii ten
1 1'iiiiii.ls In i-.-ir liiiiii !nW mill will u'llnniiilei' t" inrt'v
nil. en.'., O ,1.1.11,. 1 .... ,7;,l, r. .ii
i lie .ilil ' o , '
Yui 't'V A Si, li III A N.
I.. YiJCI M.
JIHS. K. ( . KiP.n,
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s;tkatt. a- juhi),
WlIOl.KSA LK GnOL'KUS
-.7 OHIO LEVEE.
AfiEXTS AMEIHCAX I'MEIl(()MP'V
C;i i ro,
W. stiiattiin, i turn
T. Hiiin. Mi--. .ai i
l At JO. U.I.1NU!.
GUAIX. n.Gl'K AND HAV.
Kiyptiaii Flouring 3Iills
llig'-hest Ciisb Price Paid for Wheat.
FaniKTs ToIku-co Warclioii'sp
General Coininisioii Meirh.itits.
1-;." lie! !' ullilie
'.ii:m, I M.S.
I 1HKHA). A.lviiii'i iaei.1- nimii' on I iiasii nu-als
i j ol' Lilian',
Hu-.ir f ml (.rum.
I 'il fill I'lSl'.
CO A I,.
OkIcis lor Coal by the i-iir loail, ton ur
in hogsheads r,,r shipment promptly at
tended to, To large consumers mid all
' '"nniliiclui'i'i's we ure prepaied to cup-
ply any iiiaiitity, by the mniitlior ycni,
at iiniforiii niti"
CAIKO CITY COAL CO.
i - .
' IH'tll in nlint-riiuNt. I'nnl nf SIlOi ulri'i l; eni"-e nr
n,,i;iil,.v llrnlhel-. mill, i est I'linrle lliirli'l:
K-.'Viiliin Mill'. 'I'm iilletlislri'i'M'.iiil t; I'iiiiii. Inn.
1 ol' i bli ly ,! utr.l imttuw i r I'uM uiHit ilnov.n- ,'le.