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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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"Cairo Bulletin, Cairo, lllinol."
J NO. H. 01IERLY, General Manner.
OFFICIAL I'AI'Ktt OF THE CITY AM) COUNTY
Ouly Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois
Tho. Nully, Kditor.
Democratic! Xomi nut ions.
TOR TAT TIIKAHIIIIKR.
EDWARD L. CUONKU1TK, of Stephenson.
ICR SCPKIIINTIENIIFNT or ITHt.tr INSTHCCTIoN,
SAMUEL M. ETTKIt. of MeLeau.
OBC3.IIIK or TIIK HUl'HKMR COl'RT, aoL'TIIUHN OIUNI)
JACOB 0. CHANCE, of Marlon.
FOB CLCHK. or TIIH Al'l'KI.LATE -COl'IIT, DOITUKHN
JOHN Q. HA UMAX, of Alexander.
EIGHTEENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICT. "ALL FOIl A DEMOCUATIC DKI.KOATRCONVEN
T10N TO NOM1NATK A CANDIDATE FOU
The Democrats of the Eighteenth Con
gressional district' of Illinois are requested
to send delegates to a convention to be
held at JonesUiro, Union county, on Tues
day, 23d day of July,. 1878,
at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose
of nominating a candidate for representa
tiva in the Forty-sixth congress. Each
county of the district will be entitled to
the number of delegates to, and votes in,
tlio convention set opj-rite ita name below,
Alexander 6 votes
JollllDOD 4 "
Mayoac 4 "
l'erry - ..
I'ope 4 "
Wllliameon 8 "
In the counties that have not already ap
jtoiiited delegates the Central comiuittees
the Democratic, party will, in such man
ner and at such time as they may deter
mine, call county conventions to appoint
delegates to this convention.
1'y order of tho Democratic Central Com
mittee of the Eighteenth Congressional dis
trict .Tso. H. Oiieui.v, Chairman.
A. Poi.K Jones, Secretary.
A Democratic convention will be held at
Jonesboro, 111., on Tuesday, the 2Dd day of
July, 187S, for the purpose of nominating
two candidatrs for Representatives in the
General Assembly fur the 50th Senatorial
Basis of representation: One delegate for
each 200 votes and fraction over 100 votes
cast forTilden in 187U. The counties will
I entitled to delegates as follows:
W. H. MoitUIS,
W. A. I.EMMA,
AV. C. MollEI.ANI),
Tub hot spell is broken. The polar
wave has mine down upon Euvpt.
Bon Ixoitoi.i, iH called 1 ,y womankind,
'the handsome Pagan," and by tlio preach
its ''a d-d rascal."
The Nationals claim twelve hundred
voles in Jackson county and Imve no doubt
of their ability to curry pope.
The Metropolis Journal does not object
to Judge Ktiykemlall because . j a Mrung
Logan man. "The" stronger tin better,"
ays the Journal.
TllKKE wu one fatal case of yellow fever
in St. Louis on Saturday last. The victim
va W. Percy 0'Bannoin.a boy f ,dmt n
years of age, a second clerk on the Hteainer
Tim Nationals are working industriously
They have connected with their organization
ccret oathdiound society, ami intend to
urprise the country with a result in Noveiii
lcr that will boas decided a victory at the
polls as that gained by the Know-Nothing.
Aut'SB is cheap. A correspondent of
the Du Quoin Tribune calls Jen. Davis and
JoiJi Alien "eggs of tho same
lien, only they wcro laid in
4iffint neiU, tliat't all." There wu an-
other dlftcrcncc. Tho cfjtfs may have been
laid by tliii same lien, but thoro were two
JAMKS (iOHDO.N HkNNKTT proposes to
convert the. yacht Dauntless into a screw
steamer and send her to tlio North polo by
way of Spitsbergen, if tlio navy department
will furnish officers, men ami provisions for
tho Toyago. Tho Joannettc, which Mr.
Uennctt baa fitted out for the Arctic Sea by
way of Hehring's straits, is now on tlio way
to Ban Francisco.
Tub nomination of James It. Doolittle,
Jr., for Congress by the Democrats of one of
tho Chicago districts, hus not been received
with favor by tho press of that city. With
one accord Times, Tribune, Inter-Ocean and
Journal, opened upon him with most shame
ful abuse. Hut he need not bo disheartened.
This kind of warfare will make him strong
with tho people and secure his election.
Mr. Doolittlo is an able gentleman, and in
Congress would be an active and useful
member. We predict hissuccess at tho polls.
Alk. Cominos, Esq., wanta tho nomina
tion of tho Nationals in this senatorial dis
trict for the legislature. Ho ha no doubt
that ho can be elected if he should bo nom
inated, dipt. Comings has made several
successful races in Cairo, and might be able
to spread over wider territory with equal
good luck. Ho is a good talker in private
conversations, and lias perseverance in the
presentation of his claims upon the voters
which in a politician is a great merit par
ticularly in a politician of tho National party
The Sun says Prof. J. T. Thomas' is a name
that should not bo brought into this can
vass, and adds: "Bettor stop that." Why?
The Sun knows that Prof. Thomas has de
nounced Capt. Thomas about th.it little col
lection, and his is a name that may be of
great use to the Democracy this fall. Prof.
Thomas is not dumb. If he did not charge
Capt. Thomas with collecting money for
him and keeping it contrary to the statutes
in such cases made and provided, Prof.
Thomas ought to say so, and relieve his
namesake from the serious charge.
Tiru Republicans, at their Congressional
District. Convention lately held at Carbon
dale, appointed the following committee for
the First Judicial Circuit:
A. M. Brown. Pulaski county, chairman;
Ben. Wiley, Jackson county, secretary;
Jno. W. Peoples, Williamson county;
A. J. Nesbit, Union county ;
Jno. M. Baum, Poie county;
Ben. O, Jones, Massac county;
0. A. HarkcTj Johnson county;
C. N. Hmrlim. Alexander county;
1. N the Sixteenth Congressional District
tho Democrats havo been holding ft very
interesting convention. It met at Vandnli.-i
on tho morning of the 18th., balloted Jt.Vi
times for a candidate for Congress and then
adjourned sine die. The last ballot stood :
Sparks, of Clinton couuty, i)2; Hoilcs, of
Bond, 14; Fouke, of Fayette, 12; Bryan of
Marion, 13. Another convention will be
cnlled and the fight renewed, The friends
of each of tho candidates are determined to
have their man, but there is no bitterness
in tho contest. The Democrats of the other
districts hope that the best man may win.
The following aro the names of tho He
publican central committee of this congres
Wm. McAdam, Randolph county, chair
Dr. J. R. Walker, Perry county, secre
tary; Capt. John Wood, Alexander county;
II. C. Mertz, Jackson county;
A. O. Dumron, Johnson comity;
E. P. Curtis. Massac county;
Thomas H. Clark, Pope county;
II. II. Spencer, Pulaski county;
It. B. Stinson, Union county;
Walter Warder, Williamson county.
Tuts is from the Dubinin Tribune: "The
Cairo Bulletin says there is not a Democrat
in the 18th District but that will vote for
Allen on election day should he be the
nominee ot the party. Jn this, as in many
.other assertions made by the editor of the
Bulletin, he reckons without his host, for we
now know of two Democrats in this precinct
who will neither support or vote for Allen,
and wo doubt not but that there are many
others." For every Democrat in Perry who
will not vote for Judge Allen we can refer
that paper to two ltepuhlicans who will
votoforhiin. Judge Allen will lose nothing
by the disnH'cction of sore-head Dementis.
His personal popularity will secure him
hundreds of votes from tho Republicans who
know and admire him.
For the place of Judge Baker there are
not a few very ipctcnt applicants, among
them Messrs. Inseore, of Union; Brown, of
of Pulaski; Smith, of Jackson; McCartney,
of Massac; Harker, of Johnson; and Clarke,
of Pope. Mr. Iusc.oru is a good lawyer and
would bo a capable Judgt?, but how Gov.
Cullom can give Union that has already two
of tho three judges of the circuit, tho third
one, wo cannot understand. Judge Brown,
of Pulaski, is a good man and hi. appoint
meat would give satisfaction to both Repub-
CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, JULY
lieans and Democrats. He is notabittorpar
tibim, a ml g enough of a lawyer tl be
manufactured into a jmlgo, Of all the Ro
pudlican aspirants Brown stands first i , tho
favor of Tub Bt.'i.LETi.N, and upon his
.! A .1... 1 I . .
iiiouiiii in mo uencii wo would, rcj
Barker is a good lawyer and n good niin.
lie would bo an honest and coniHont
judge. His appointment would not lie re
gretted by Tuk Bnj.LETi.N, and, iiJeed,
The Bcm.etin' would not feel disappointed
if either McCartney, Smith or Clarke rfiould
be favored by the Governor. Mr. dike is
spoken of by many as a good marl with
much lino judicial timber in his mental
We call the horrified attention of our col
ored friends to tho following paragraph,
from which they may learn how negroes are
treated in strong republican counties like
Pope. The Pope County Democrat says:
Olio of our rlttz.-im hns been Informed that the
dead Ileum, killed by tho elephanv the other day.
wan (jiiiirlerud and fed to tho tlaeri. It wnn verv
Ihoiichllexn in the keeper to do no. for now that
the liner have had a tunte ofliuiiiuii fleh they will
bo apt to bo extremely duii)eroiis In the fiiuru.
This is shameful if true. The utni"e
was evidently perpetrated by Radicals f,t
the purpose of attributing it to Democrats.
In this way the Thomas peoplo hope to
make capital against Judge Allen, and ve
shall not be surprised to hear tho Demi
crats also charged with the crime of capttr
ing negroes and selling them to medie-1
colleges for dissection. A largo number (f
medical students are now hovering aboit
this part of tho State for the purpose of kid
napping negro subjects for dissection, am:
we expect to have their depredations laid at
Judge Allen's door!
The Massac Journal is very ignorant or
tlso "falsifies tho record." "Wo are very
sorry to observe," says tho Journal, "that
since the passage by the Democratic house
of Congress of the measure prohibiting tho
army from being used to suppress such law
lcssiiew, that a regular system of brigand
age ami opposition to law is springing up
in many parts of the South." The Journal
has not observed the springing up of brig
andage or opposition to law in the South.
That part of the Republic is law-abiding;
and, since the removal of Radical govern
lnont, is as w ell governed as any of the States
of the North. While the Republicans con
trolled tho South murder and robbery were
everyday occurrences, but now the peoplo
are becoming quiet and prosperity and con
tentnient are becoming familiar to many of
the Southern States. But if, taking the
Journal at its word, we admit that brigand
age and lawlessness have resulted from tho
passage of tho law prohibiting the army
from being used as a posse by every Feder
al officer who might please focal' "mm
to enforce his will upon a coinmunitv
what does the Republican party gain?
Since tlio passage, by the Dem
ocratic, house of Congress, of the meas
ure prohibiting the army from being used
to suppress lawlessness," says the Journal.
The Democratic house cannot enact a "mens
ure" into a law. If the "measure" spoken
of by the Journal has any effect it is be
cause it has become a law, and this could
have resulted only from the fact that the
Republican Senate also passed the "measure"
ami it was approved by the Republican Pres
ident. If the Journal can find any conso
lation in this fact it is not difficult to please
that interesting paper.
The Democrats .who are expressing the
opinion that Judge Allen cannot be elected
have not looked over the Held. No man
ever entered a camvass w ith more flattering
prospects of success; and all that is neces
sary to secure him a very decided victory is
the silence of the croakers. There have
come into this district from the South since
the last YongresMonal election at least one
thousand heads of families, all of whom
will be voters next November, and eight
hundred of whom we may safely conclude
are Democrats. At the Nofember election
probably three hundred young men will
vote for the first time; and, as it is not to be
presumed young men upon entering
active life in this part f the country will j
ol'tener than once in three times unite with
tin; party of hatred and bad government,
we may assert with certainty that two hun-
It'cd of these will vote the Democratic
ticket. Beside them; considerations we
must not lose sight of that other very im
portant one, that the National movement in
this district would, in itself, be fatal to the
Republican party. For every Democrat
who cut :rs the secret organization of the
Nationals or enrolls his name upon their
club books there are at least two Republi
cans who do so. Mr. Davis, the National
candidate for Congress, is a Republican
with greenback and socialistic sympathies,
and will not fail to draw more from his
political associates than from tho Demo
crats. In Union, the Democratic Gibraltar
of tho district, Mr. Davis will make scarcely
any Impression, and In Randolph, the Don
ocrath: Sohastopol, ho will have little effect
ujxin the party; but In Perry, Johnson,
Pope, Massac nnd Pulaski, from which
counties the Republicans draw their largest
majorities, tho Nationals will tuako a
decided impression capturing two Ri
publicans for every Democrat tl
invciglo. Ii) Williamson, which aly
gives a Republican majority of nlmiira ba
ker's dozen, two Republicans will 'oto for
Davis for every Democrat who do8 thosiimo
inexcusable thing.' In Jaeksoi and Alex
andor the detections fiom the two old par
ties to the new ono will bo ubout one for
one. From a careful observation of the field
we have little doubt thatii' the bullotsshould
be cast within a montk or two the contest
would le between Judge Allen, tho Demo
rrat, and Mr. Davis, the National; ami wo
shall not bo surprised if Cup. Thomas
comes out of the canvass in November dis
tanced by bow his competitors. At least it
is an assured result of tho election, that
Judge Allen will be elected by a plurality of
not less than five hundred votes.
If Urs. Jenks were widow Jeiiks,
And Honest John were free,
At Hymen- nliar firmly linked,
I.o! w lint a team they'd bu!
If Poker wa a gam of Hen,
Tho stake a nation's fule,
hum this would be tho mirt ofpulr
To play and beat s utrulnlii.
N. Y, Sun,
The South is raising a big corn crop
Alabama is having tsf much rain for
The genuine cotton caterpillar has ap
pearcd in Concordia parish, La.
There are 000 mutes in Georgia, but
only 70 at the State institution at Cave
The poet priest, Father Ryan, not
with pleasure thut Jell". Davis was never in
There are one hundred and four new s
papers and other literary journals in North
Carolina. Upon these periodicals near two
hundred editors are engaged.
Tho future growth of Florida is not, in
tho opinion of the Sumter Advance, in the
number of immigrants brought into hi
i ' . i . .i i a
ii in us, nut in uie millions ot young orange
trees that are gradually coming into bear
ing. Every tree that matures and puts forth
fruit adds $15 to 40 per annum to Uie
wealth of the State.
A party of scientific people, teachers
tnd pupils, male ami female, from Indiana
ind Illinois, are walking in the mountains
if North Carolina. The Asheville Citizen
stys they have walked from Somerset, Ky
through the Cumberland Mountains and
are walking on to the Black, which will
complete a distance of 20 miles.
Of a Republican pw-wow at Beaufort,
the Charleston News and Courier says: Ex
Judjo Wiggin spoke first. Ho assured
his audience of his loyalty to the party
alillsi.il tliu I.i'ilntliro. rtpres.ii.it cnntl.lenea
in Governor Hampton, and counseled union
vigilance and Z'-al until 10, when Grant
would be the candidate for President and
unite and crystallize all elements for vic
tory. "WE HOPE."
Johnson County Yeoman,
w.. i f ti . :
mi-nope our iniow townsman. Murker.
will in; honored l.y tic., appointment.
I'lliUMin foamy Y.'om.in.
Ir. Damron, tin leader of the Allen
Democrats, got heated up last Saturday, in
in tin-convention. The D s tor is a warm
advocate when driven to the wall.
"IT IS REAL FUNNY."
Last Saturday was the 'big show,' and
the Democratic convention. It is real fun
ny to see Massac county Democrats in con
vention. They are as awkward as the lsy
was with the elephant.
"HE IS AN ENTHUSIAST."
Chicago Kveuliif! Journal.
The Governor has appointed Mr. N. It.
Fairbank, of this city, State Fish Commis
sioner. He is an enthusiast on the subject
offish culture, and what he doesn't know
about it is not worth knowing.
UNITED IN MATRIMONY.
Man-ac County Journal.
Rev. Geo, W. Young united in matri
mony, at tin-court house, last Monday, the
most remarkable couple that ever entered
into that holy stale in this ( .unity. Oeoruo
Hiijihrs, (eol.i the LridogriMiin, claims to be
113 years old. was bom ij, Patrick ( 'o., 'a,.
'!' 1 '!'' Vir.Lriniu at 1 !) years of age and
Hied in Tel usi,ii H.1 ,, t !!... ... .l.. ..
age of 101 years, was cmuiicitmtcd bv I.i i-
H l"'"i liimation. and moved to fllinois,
"le u: in- nas i vei i vi'iirs. i n.
ins inn ,i vears. I lie l.m le 11
omy i.i years ot age. She was born in
Benton county, T .inessee, remained a slave
until the clos of the war and moved to
Illinois, The bridegroom is hale ami
h'Mity, and will doubtless live several
years in the enjoyment of his newly found
I. ivi.u is Kino. The liver is the imperial
org:.n of the whole human system, as it con
trols the life, health and happiness of man.
hen il is disturbed in iis proper action,
all kinds of nil nt nre the natural result.
The digestion of food, the movements e,f the
heart and blood, the action of the brain and
nervous system are all immediately connect
ed with the workings of tho liver. It has
been successfully proved that Green's Au
gust Flower is iiucqualed in cnri.ig all per
son's alllicted with dyspepsia or liver com
plaint, and all the numerous symptoms that
result from an unhealthy condition of the
liver and stomach. Sample bottles to try,
10 cents. Positively sold in all towns (in
the western continent. Three doses will
prove that it Is just what you want.
Qt'EitT. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when Uiey can buy Marburg Bro's
'8el of NortU Carolina" at the aaiue price!
Skins reoplo who will still adhere to
doctor sometimes express not a little curios
ity in regard totDr.lt. V. Pierce's original
method of distinguishing all forms of
chronic diseaso without personal consulta
tion. Soino even suppose that hu accom
plishes this through clairvoyance, or some
other species of professional jugglery. All
this is utterly false. Ho claims to deter
initio diseaso by the rational methods of
science only. Says Comly, in his Biogrnphi
cal Encyclopedia of New York State
speaking of this distinguished physician
"He perceived thnt in each of tho natural
sciences the investigator proceeds according
to a system of signs. Tho geologist in his
cabinet accurately determines and describe
the cleft of rock, which ho has never seen
from tho minuto specimen onhistabl
And the chemist in his laboratory notes the
constituents of the sun with the same pre
cisiou that he analyses a crystal of nx'k
salt. The analogous sytein developed by
Dr. Pierce in medical science is worthy of
his genius, and lias made his name justly
celebrated." For a fullexphmation of this
ingenious system of diagonosis, see the
People's Common Sense Medical Adviser,
sent, post-paid, to any address on receipt of
one dollar nnd fifty cents. Address the
author, It. V. Pierce, M. I)., Buffalo, N.Y
CouitTiiocsE Saloon. This saloon, un
tier the management of Mr. John II
Beccher, grows in popularity w ith its pat
rons. And so it should, for Mr. 1$
pndoa himself on the quality of
his liquors, wines and cigars. He dis
penses none but tho best of these articles
Meals aro also provided at the house at all
hours. The public aro invited to give him
Ti'unkh School. Parents that want to
have their boys take part at the regular
Turning school on Tin'sdny ami Friday
evening between S and 'J o'clock will please
call on or send them to Turner Hall. The
charges are only 2,rc a month, and a good,
strict teacher is engaged. A prize will be
given to the last turner once every month
Mrs. Lettie Coleman, who hits her
laundry on Fourth street, lietween Wash
ingtou una commercial avenues, takes
tli it method of informing her old friends
and patrons that she is at their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage, she
has reduced prices to suit the times.
MHM'KRS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
TUATTON A: MUD,
57 OHIO LEVEE.
. fTllATTIiH, Cairo.
T. Unto. .Mlnurl
I ALLIDA Y JiKotjlElW
HE LB Its 15
GRAIN'. FLOUR- AND HAY.
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
'aimers' Tolmcco Warehouse
General Commission Merchants,
os. PJS and KT I'niiinicr- l
cial A t en lie, )
'",''U'-'' Advancements made on Cinifi-iitiieiiU
J of l.ilin.-co, 1-lniir and drain.
Orders for Con by tho car-load, ton or
in hogsheads lor shipment promptly at
tended to. To large consumers ami all
manufacturers we are prepared to sup
ply any quantity, by the month or year,
at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offlc on wharf boil, toot of HlxthRtreet; office of
lUllldar Urolhera, oppoilte Ht. Chirle! Hotel;
Kirriillan Mills, Twentieth street; Coal Damp, foot
ofThlrUatfc street ( roiioffle driwer NO.
HOOT A.ND SHOE MAKKRS.
IL JONES, r i
.. KASMON'AJII.E '
ROOT AND 8R0E MAKER
ATHENEUM BUILDING,, ,y
Commurcliil Avenue, bet.
Sixth uud Seventh U.
f Cairo, 111.
rpAKKK pleasure lii aniiouiiflniMo hl jinlroii. and
I the pulille Kenerally thai he has reeeully rev.,d
the Unci and most wfei-t ttork of I.euUieu of everv
ileMiTlilloii everlirouuht to this cliy. All work In
K t ""'''I'1"'" promptly and in the best maniiii
reamiliHl) ... A .uinll.il ln,llH, .,. .. I... I ... .
- ii.fii Ki,i-u .1. i-v.Tv ii.piitii.-e. rricifa
tall and t-ji.iulue koo.U and learn irke.
The Cairo Rox nnd Basket Co.
Flooring. Sidinyr. Lath, Kto
At the very lowc.t ratei.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
W art prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERA
On the ihortfiiiK otlcu.
4 SPECIALTY made of $ I'JiA M Ii'iAT f.t'MDKR,
i wealsomaiiiifw-iiirel-'ltl I'ljltdXMA'l Kltl I.sJ
Cracker, Candy, l'aeklni Jloiua, Mavea, Hcadlue,
rPO THE VOTEUS of ALEXANDER
Whiiikas. The County Hoard of Alexander man
ly have under adtiheuient a pmpon d change of thu
election preclii. tln .alclci.iii.lv, all parlies ha -in
I! any auifeMlon. or p.-iliion. to offer In reuaril to
the uino are herel.T re.iieted to Ale thu aauu l.y
the iSvpleiuber n pbIoii of .aid hoard.
SAM I E I. J . II c M M . County Clerk .
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
The (treat relfhrlty of our TIN TAO TOIIACCO
ha raued muuy luillalli.u. thereof to he placed ot.
the market. We then-fore caution all cbewcr
against purchasing mich Imitation.
All dealer huyliiK or i Mnjr other pine Lilian o
bearings bard or metallic label, render tbemelvea
liable to the penalty of the law, and all p.:roii. vio
lating our trade mark, are punlnhable. l.y Ane and
Imprisonment. (See art of ConirrcM, Aug. 14, "f
Tb genuine UlltKILA IIJ) TIN' TAO TOI1AC Ci
ran be dletlnuuli-hed by a TIN TAO on each lump
with the ward 1.0 itllll.AKI) stamped therein.
Over T.IHS ton. tobacco rold In lsVT, and near!
3. (. p.-rsim. employed in fai lorlc .
T!e paid overuuieut In is. about $3,3no.oii,
and dnrlnj past la yean. oer !J0,(li0,0oS.
Thee guoda noid by ill johben at manufacturcM'
Itf-Tha TIN TAO SMOKINd TOBACCO U
"second to uone" In aroma, mlldni-n, purity and
MtY (ioiil'S. KTC.
The largest wholesale and retail Dry
(iooilsniid Clothing House in this City;
are receiving new, (.'nods daily and an-
oll'ei iug great bargains in i lie most ham,
some lines of CAIiTETS, OIL CI.O'J'US
and MATTINdS; silks, ( ashineies. Lou
idles, 11 ml a great many oilier new-
si vies of Dress (.dolls, Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every deparfiiieiit of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
call and sec their stock.
PROPRIETOR OF SI'ROAT'S PATENT
'Dealer in lee.
ICE IIY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Lioadrf a Specialty,
o K kick :
.'or. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CE! ICE! ICE!
Is now Prepared
o Fill Orders, Wholesale or Retail, at
OKKICI! ASH IcB IIotsB AT TUB CITY IlllKWMlY.
Icq I Ice 1 J col
YOCUM it SERBIAN,
COHNEIl EIOI1TII STKHHT.CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE!
At the corner of Blent atreel and tlhln
tre now prepared to All orders for pure Lake leu at
eieiil atreel and Ohio U'vefl. wo
to fill nrdora for tiiim Y.akn lea at
rcaeoniblo prleei and In qiiantlep of from ten
pnunda to car load lots and will guirantee to carry
our euitomet through lb uiion
Lean oraera at
ui via auiau.