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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOlLNLVU, EPlEMRER 7. IteTS.
y It, SMITH, M. I).
Oflloe aiicl Itosltlt'iirt? i
NO. ?l TIIIUTKKNTIl STHKKT, CAIHO, IU
K. E. W. WMTLOCIv,
1 )etital Surgeon.
OwnNo, M) Commercial Avi'tiuu, bclwcon
l(!n!i uud Mntu Htrvvu
It. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Elifhlli Ntroot, tiearCoiiimi'relal Avenue,
g P. WHEELER,
A 1 1 o r ney-a t-Ijriw.
OFFICE Ohio hewn, bet. Fourth and Kljth fit.
J IXEGAU & LAX? DEN,
OFFKE-Nu. 119 Commcrt'iul Avenue.
St. Louis, Cairo nuil Pndiu'iili Packet
PI.KNDin sntKWHFKr. FUKKIHT AXlt PAS
JOHN Mit'S KR MitHtcr.
JOHN I.KAMKN Clerk.
Leaven Cairo every Wednesday at 3 p. in. fur Putin
I.eav.ix Calr.i every Thursday nt 8 p.m. for St,
For freight or pnnafie applvoii HuHldey Phillips'
nharfh.iit. or to JAMES UlitliS, Ailent.
fiti, Ohio Levee.
For Columbus, Hickman ami New Madrid
Bi T.T. H1LLMAX, ZM
JOSEPH AMBKOS Muster.
LEAVES CAJIIO EYEKY
T I'ESDA Y,T II ITiSDA V and SATURDAY
For ftvljbt or pas":e..' ripply mi Iliillliloy & I'll 1 1
lips" Wlmil 'wilt, or to
JAMES niCiOS, Atfent.
Mi Ohio l.eve.-.
CJAIttO CITY FERRY CO.
K Kit It YltOAT
JL. JL 1.-1 V L J I J s.' J-iJ I L JT.
LEAVED LEAVE LEAVE
Fool Fourth d MiHmtri Lund'p. Kcitinky LiFg.
K a. in.
ID a. in.
J p. m.
4 ii. in
K :') a. in.
1 ''::! n. in.
11 a. ii
:l p. in.
S ii. m.
trWv nre authorized lo iiuiioimce lieu. V, Snin
Bioii n u CandldiUe for County Coninilxslinu'r ol
Alexander county at theen-uliii November election.
ftWe nre nittliorl.eil to announce Will. J. Mill
ford a n ciui.lldiitirfnr County l'ouiniilouer of
Alexander county, subject to the decision of the
peopleat the election In November next.
JrvVi'eare. niithorl.ed '.o itiiiuuim o Hi" name of
Siimuel liriiey of Ilazlcwood n a C:iiullilate for
Couuty Co'iinili-p'oiier of Alexander county at the
cninilns; November election.
gT'Wc are uiitliorizeil to announce John Undue
a candidate for Sherlffnf Alexander county at the
onoulni; November election.
J"VVe are authorized to announce II. ('. LOF
I. IN in a can.lidatc for Sherltl'of Alexander county,
subject to tie' de: lsi.ui of the people at the election
1 n No'.einber next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
Only Moniiiij Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL l'AI'EK OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Coal. Tlio Cairo City Coal Company is
now ili'livcriiifr Coiil Ht the fullowinir low
prees: Pittsburg Lump, V2ic per luisliel;
Paradise Lump, fl S.1 per ton, nnd Paradise
Nut, $2 IH) per ton. Anthracite (all sizes),
ami other Coals, very elieap.
Hauky Walkkh will run tin oynter wuijon,
ileliverim,' oysters in nny nut of the eity.
Order hy postal e tr l will receive pfonipt
Notice to Shmtbiis. Tito city of St.
Louis has quarantined against the delivery
of freights coiniuir 1'rom the states of Ten
HMsoce, Mississippi ami Louisiana, ns well
o.s from Cairo proper. In onler to insure
delivery at St. Louis, the shipper must fur
nish a eertilicate that the freight is not from
uny of the states named, nor from any in
fected district. Shippers will please gov
ern themselves accordingly.
James Johnson, !, s. A.
Caiiio, Ills., Sept. 5, 1S7(I.
Tun Cairo Chy Coal company cau sell
lietter coal cheaper Hum anyliody fur three
mmnd reasons: It mines its own coal from
i M own mines; it pays no royalty; and it
run and does land it nt Cairo n't bottom
transportation prices. Ti.es.' farts enable
it to do jut what it says it will d.... Parties
in Cairo, therefore, can purchase 1(1 bushels,
f.r one ton, or ten tons at the same flifure
that 100 tons ran he liouylit. An.f the
Iirtnlcnt housekeeper knows that now is tl.n
time to prepare for tin: cold went her rominjf
nnd lay in a supply of cheap ci.ul.
W(K)I) AMI Co.Vt,.- SeaHoni'd wood, Hi, k.
nry, Oak and Ash, tit per cud .luring
Heptember. , ParadisiMtn.l lli Muddy foal,
Order taken for lull delivery at, $2 7,) f(,r j
ton; $2 03 per ton for 2 tons; ) .,() per
ton tor !) or more.
Foit Rest. Cottage on Tenth street,
between Washington and Walnu.
AUDIT THE CITY.
Psotmaster McKeaij' family isflt Olney.
Mr, Sol. Silver has returned to the
The $.j0 contribution of the Roughs was
to tho firemen of New Orleans.
Mr. Frank Schuckcrs has thrown him
self outside of "tho belt," nnd started yeS'
terday for Decatur.
Young John Antrim was quarantined
at Metropolis yesterday morning, and had
to go on to Paducah.
Mr. YV. D. Gilbert and family arrived
in Chicago from Sheboygan on Thursday.
His family will remain there for a couple of
weeks. Mr. Gilbert will reach hero to-day
Mr. E. F. Pavisis remodeling the house
on the corner of Eighth street and Wash
ington avenue. It will be used as a store
house, and Messrs, Pettis & bird will occu
Trains contimn to run as usual to
St. Louis and Chicago over tho Illinois Cen
trul lines. There is no truth in the absurd
report that cither place lias quarantined
We shipped Mr. Lou Davis out of
town six hours too soon. This mistake was
unintentional, and we beg pardon for it.
Rut Louie will catch "pa" at Chicago, nml
we envy Chicago that 'sail.
The negro, whom our readers will re
collect as having shot a white girl at
Hodges Park lute last spring, was tried in
our circuit court on Monday last nnd sen
tenced to the penitentiary for one year.
The Sun is mistaken in locating Mr.
John II. Orberly in Ohio. He has not
been out of Illinois in two months, 1ms
been in Springfield since Wednesday, nnd
will be at at hoine to-nnrrow morning.
A telgram from I'llin yesterday informs
us that the old Greenback mill, located two
miles south of that place, was destroyed by
tire Thursday morning. Loss $ii00. No
insurance. Origin of the tire unknown.
Mr. McKee, in his salutatory, says he
will stick to his editorial post on the Sun
until frost comes, Man proproscs but God
disposes, and god knows where the old ga
zelle may be when eager and nipping airs
are circulating in this vicinity.
ft That isu n excellent suggestion that has
been made to the effect that we should till
our nights with music, that we may more
easily miss the cares of day. Music in
spires while it soothes, and that kind of n
panacea, freely applied, is w hat is wanted
just about now.
We were inform.'.! yesterday that the
colored citizens of Cairo will hold a muf-s
meeting nt PhiHis' Hull to-night for the
purpose of laying before the state and
national administration, the claims of col
ored voters, and sending a delegate to wait
upon the Governor.
We have been informed that Dr.
Ranch, who left the city nt noon yesterday,
before his departure prepared it telegram
for use by the Associated Press, in which he
materially modifies sonic of his recently
expressed opinions as to the healthfulness
of Cniio. We are glad to hear this. It
proves that the doctor is a progres..vc man;
capable of .'oniprchcnding facts when they
are demonstrated to him, and in this point
alone has u decided advantage over sonic of
his prof, ssionul brethren. We are in sus
pense until that dispatch comes under our
Judge Bird yasterday received these
telegrams: "Yicksbuig, Sept. isTS. J. J.
bird: If it is Dr. A. It. Green (colored,) to
whom you refer, he is dead fell a martyr
to the cause. Win. Rock wood, president
board of health." Dr. Green was the step
father of Judge bird, was a man of line
endowments, ranked as the finest colored
physician in the south, and cminiuiideil the
respect of all classes and colois of people.
Later yesterday, he received this telegram:
"Vicksburg. Sept. II, 177S. J. J. bird:
Your mother is verv sick. A. H. Green died
lnt night. Thos. W. Stringer." In this
sad news. Mr. bird will have the full sym
pathy of this community, and the
wish that his mother may escape the
fate that has overtaken her husband.
-Those who attended the 4K. M. K. C.
entertainment at the Athcncum last night
were lavish in their praise of the ellbrts of
all connected with the a (fair. It is said
the burlesque proved it capital hit, and was
the best thing of its kind ever presented to
a Cairo audience, and would be consider
ed a very creditable production any
where. The actors all did well, the music
was excellent, and the audience apprecia
tive. Under such favorable conditions
the evening cuiel not fail to give real
pleasure, between acts Mr. W. II. Morris
stated that the receipts would aggregate
ifilOO. He also stated that in 187:) the first
oar-load of provisions sent into Memphis
was from Cairo. Cairo, he M,id. was uhyavs
foremost in good works of litis character.
The voice of huinanitv. and the voice of
God, now alike called on the people of
Cairo for contributions to the stricken of
the south, and she was responding nobly.
Mr. M.. was rewarded willi rounds of ap
plause for his benevolent sentiments and
Well-rouuded periods. . Altogether, the
K. M..K. C. made a showing last night of
WllicjftlieV llllVe evi.rv minimi tO-br lir.Hl.b
F J ' -
a.H,M.Nois Statu Faiw To be held at
Freeport September)! to 31, 1S7S. Tin:
Illinois Central ruilr ud will sell tickets at
one nnd one-lllltlifaro for round trip. Tick
ets g. od to return until September 33d.
THE UPPERMOST TIIKME.
TIIK "llEAlts" IN TIIK YKI.I.OW FKVKK MAH
KKT DO A HOOD DAY'S WOUK AM) COUNKIl
TIIK '"JU'I.I.S" A DKCIDKU MM, AND
AIIATKMKNT OF TUB HCAHK NKVW FltOM
HICKMAN, COLlMllfS AND A110LT Til BITTY.
The public pulse has resumed its natu
ral bent indicating a healthy public opin
ion. A letterreceved in this city from Wood
& Smith, nn old and reputable firm of
Rrownsville, Tenn., says tho fever there is
routined entirely to refugees from Memphis
and other infected points
We shall have to send aid to the She
boygan siill'ercrs befor'j this thing is through
with. The "milk sickness" is liable to
break out there at nny moment. Cairo is,
after all, the safest place on this continent.
Tho reports circulated on the screcls yes
terday afternoon that the disease had
reached Columbus could not be traced to a
reliable source, and it is therefore perfectly
safe to pronounce them unfounded.
What has never happened is not likely
to happen. What has been said of Ixmis-
.ville is true of Cairo. Yellow fever cannot
spread in Cairo. An undeveloped case of
yellow fever that is, a person having in
his blood the germs of the disease may be
brought here and develop, ctlloresee, break
out, just as an undeveloped flower may be
brought here and ellloresce or bloom. Or
anges and bananas imported to Cairo green
will ripen, but they cannot be produced or
propagated here to any extent, and it is
equally true of yellow fever.
It is to the credit of the town that it
now effectually squelches the sensition
nionger. We heard of but one report yes
terday. It was given on the authority of 'a
physician, but the physician when asked
about it totally repudiated it. The readers
of Tub Rn.i.KTiN are aware that we have
used some industry in tracking down the
many yellow fever lies that have been cur
rent here for the past four w eeks. They
know that we have maintained with per
sistency, if not with ability, that the disease
can not spread here, and we have repeatedly
given reasons for the faith that is in us. Tiik
bn.l.KTiN is being abused by some parties
because it has not joined in n senseless and
cowardly cry of alarm; in spreading false
reports and exaggerating them; in short in
pursuing a conre that would ultimately
have led to a panic. Tiik bi i.i.ktin is not
infallible, but events have s! iowu that it has
been nearer right all along than some
of those who malign it, even under
the weight that attaches to a professional
title. But we have no quarrel with any
one for their opinions. What we do object
to is the charge made that
Tiik Rci.i.etin conceals the facts. There
is not one word of truth in this. Tiik
IIi i.i.f.tin publishes the facts and suppres
ses or exposes the lies. And those who pin
their faith to us can rest assured that when
reputable physicians say the fever e xists in
this community among our citizens, Tiik
Rcm.ktix wiil be the first to give that de
cision publicity. Until that is done until
it is ollleially announced we shall contin
ue in the good work of exposing the
wretches who gloat in the misery and alarm
born of their heaitirss s-nsations.
A telegram was rceived from Hick
man yesterday in reply to one sent from this
city, asking how many yellow fever patients
wero under treatment. It renins follows:
"About thirty-four new cases," etc. The
Hickman operator subsequently explaiie d
that there should have been a period after
the word "thirty." The contents of the
telegram were very generally known, and
were the subject ot much com
ment. The omission of tho period,
it will be observed, makes a very decided
lilference, and puts a favorable phase on the
condition of things at Hickman. Rightlv
read, this telegram says there are thirty
cases under treatment, and there had been
only foui new cases in the preceding twenty-four
hours. Later in the afternoon nn
other telegram was received from A. A.
Farris, president of the board of health,
(the sender also of the first telegram) in
which he said there had been two deaths
that day, and several new cases, It wiij
thus be seen that the disease, whatever it is,
has about spent its force. The place is
almost depopulated. A writer in the Lou
isville Courier-Journal of Thursday
.says positively that ''there is no
yellow lever at Hickman". The
official report sent from Hickman last even
ing to the surgeon-general of the murine ser
vice places the whole number of sick at
Hickman from its outbreak up to yesterday
evening at HO. and the number of deaths lit
21, This proves conclusively that the typo
of fever prevailing at Hickman is not of
the malignant kind that lias swept Mem
phis, Grenada and the other towns of the
Attkstios Hiiibkman Finn Comi'ANY
No. 4. You are hereby notified that tho
regular annual meeting of the coinuny will
beheld at the new engine house on Monday
evening, Sept, Dili, at which meeting elec
tion olliceis for the ensuing year will tako
place. All members of the company are
requested to be ptesent.
P, O'Locoin.iN, Secretay.
A KB you going behind in business 1 Send
for the Weekly Financial Report of Alex
Frothinghuin it Co., brokers 13 Wall streti
New York, which is sent free and con
tains information how, by investinging ifSO
to $100 in stock operations, if 1,000 is fre
"WE, THE PEOPLE,"
AS ItBI'ltBsKNTBl) 11Y THE CO MM ITT KB OF
FIKTKKN TWO MKBTINOS YESTtllDAY
F.UTS KI.ICITKD FIIOM TUB MAYOU AND
Wheu the three tailors mi t In Toolcy
street nnd resolved in the nanio of the peo
ple of England, they earned a kind of fame
of which they little dreamt at tho time.
The circumstance lias been used more or
less ever since to illustrte ridiculous agita
tions, and we hope it may not hurt any
body's feelings if we venture to suggest that
the Thursday night meeting nnd tho com
mittee meetings which grew out tf it,
have bordered on the ridiculous.
Our space this morning will
not admit of a full report of the sayings nnd
doings of the two meetings oftheconunittee
yesterday, but we state n simple truth vyjien
we s ly that the proeecd'us were aimless til -ways,
and absurd often. There wire
wranglings in .debate, personal allusions,
points of order, suggestions based upon pre
posterous assumptions of power, and more
of such stuir too tedious to relate. The
mayor iqtpeard before the committee as a
citizen and cheerfully answered all ques
tions. He shield. .! his marshal from blame
in the Datcsville all'.ir, and .shift. -d it to the
telegraph operator at Columbus mid to
citizens w!io failed to give the alarm. All his
other testimony about th.; workings of the
board of health revealed nothing new. The
R.itesville. is gone, and if site has dune uny
harm it is beyond reparation. It is useless
to repeat here any of the rumors which
arose from her lauding. The responsibility
for the negligence, however, was lix -l by
indisputable ev dence. After a great deal
of unnecessary discussion the following re
port was agreed upon, to be submitted to a
mass meetii g to-night:
1. That this committee appoint)-. by the
citizens meeting held on the 3th inst., do
hereby concur in the quarantine rules and
regulations recently adopted by the board
of health of this city. And tender to its i:!i
ci rs the hearty support of our citiz"iis in
strictly enforcing and carrying out said
2. That we severely condemn the negli
gence of the officers on quarantine duty on
yesterday in allowing the steamer biti
ville to land at our wharf, without first
complying wi'h the rules, us
onr of the grossest negligence,
of duty, and respectfully demand of the
board of health an investigation of the
II. Audit has also becnie known to the
citizens, that by the mgl. it of the po'.i. e
and patrol .orces steamboats have been
permitted to land tle ir passengers ruining
from infected districts, at places above the
city, nnd that said passengers make their
way into thfeity uninole.teil, all of which
this committee charges as a neglect of
duty in n.'t cairying out the
quarantine regulations. and to
the cllilatlgerment ot tile dreadful scourge
yellow fever entering our homes,
1. It has also conic to the notice of th"
citizens that the police arc institu ted t" take
all refugees or strag'.ers that they arrest to
the office of the Mayor, thereby end.iiig.'i
ing our citizens to the exposure'of lie f ver,
by t trading said parties tl rough oi r street.-,
contrary to the spirit and intention of t!n
quarantine. All of which We ask the board to in
vestigate and mak" amends when needed;
and in order t" further assist in ptol. i t
ing the city from the disease whi. h is
proving so destructive to life in many of
the largest cities of the south, we especial
ly request the city couneit.i authorize the
appointment ot a sullieient number of
special police. t guard against the ap
proach of the dis.-a e as provide. by section
111, chapter 2, l! v. drd.
Amitiif.h Fat Man Ri::t ( y.w II. A.
Kufiw, dealer in dry-goods, Woolhull, 111.
writes botanic Medicine Co., Iiutlalo, N. V.,
June 22.1. lM'M "Gentlemen Picase find
inclosed $3.00, for which send me by ex
press, Anti-Fat. 1 have taken one. bottle
and lost five and one-quart, r pounds."
M.u.tnorsr.Y Fai.sk. We are authorized
to say thut reports circulated to the elicit
that passengers traveling on the Illinois
Central trains were liable to be associated
with travelers front infected districts are
wholly untrue. The afternoon train north
has made no connection with trains front
the south since Marcli 2d, nnd the night
train has made none since the inauguration
of quarantine. People are just as safe on
trains of this road ns upon any other that
rims out of the city.
Factory Facts. Close confinement,
careful attention to all factory work, give
the operatives pallid faces, poor appetite,
languid, miserable feelings,' poor blood, in
active liver, kidneys and urinary troubles,
and all the physicians and medicine in the
world cannot help them unless they get out
doors or use Hop bitters, made of the pur
est and best remedies, and especially for
such eases, having abundance of health,
sunshine and rosy cheeks in tliein. None
need stiller if they will Use them freely.
They cost but n trifle. See another column.
Oystbiis. Harry Walker receives in
good order daily by express the best Select
baltimore Oysters, which lie Is ready to
serve in any style day or night. He will
also dispose of them by the can nt the low
est prices. Do not fail to call nt the Crystal
Foil Rknt. The Cuhl property, on
Ilolbrook avenue, corner of Twenty-third
street. Apply to
A. P. Scuuokdeh, Agent.
Qceuy. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Urn's
"Seal of North Carolina" nt the same price?
Smokehs, if you wish a fino "Key West"
or "Imported'1 cigar, cull nt KorMiteycr's
clgnr store. It is' the onlv jdnco In the city
itlmot daily iu receipt of tresh gondii.
D I SENPECTANTg
PI-iaNIX DI1UG STORE
COMMKUCIA I j AVK. AND KIGI1TTEKNT1I S'J
St. Ldiis F.uu and Exposition'. The
Illinois Central iailr.ui.1 will commence sale
of tickets Sunday, September f th. Fare of
round trip $.00 ticket of admission to
IXCI.AIMBD IlAOOAt'iB AT THE ST. ClI.Wtl.BS
AND PI.ANTKUS' IIOT KI.S, SKl'l KM I1BU
Consisting of the following articles:
One valise, W. M. Stone; 1 valise, W. L.
Lock; 1 valise and coat, G. Kay; 2 valises,
no name; 1 trunk. S. Simons; 1 trunk, no
name at St. Charles hot. I.
Two valises, A. Campbell, and 1 sample
case, E. McElrov at Planters' bouse.
R. E. Ei.nkw,
To Kxciiam.i: The bar aounter at the
Plant. r House, one of tho finest counters
iu the city for an oilier counter.
INSTANTLY r. i,i j.ermiei. nth rarcs CI-
l. uli". .me !i.'ll".' In ail Ii-1 ;.r. Iiu .-tildes. It
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iii.iv feel H-nr,"l Hint It I- nn nrll. le .it r.-at value,
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luppy ! -tut" I hti" h:el 11 pertiniiieni rure.
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t'i i-ureil I liuye -lure reeoinm, ml'-il over
o:.e li;:iii!r .1 h.jltie. with the Lr- -Oe-t -lit res.
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l.Vi I Cirri.-., 'ii Av.. lio-lon
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the n-ii. .1 reine.iles Hint ll .oiil.l not lie true' I
therein:- mn.lc nth, ho ii to it l. fore Seth J . 'I'll. .lull".
K-... .1 .-tl Of tile 1' -.-H'e. Uo-toll
KuliiiK F. lilNSMoltK. Dmi'irl't. lieMoit.
Kin Ii p:i.-knie of Sn'.ifor.rs li.i-li. -il ('nr.- on'iiltis
Dr. Si.hl..r.l- lniproi.-'l l;,!i i!in.' Tulie. uiel fn'l
dir.-. l!. Hi- lot' its n-eln a I ..'. I'rl.e nil" Holinr.
K..rs-i'e !.y nil wl.o'e.ri:. ni,. jvt.iil ilrie.'.'isK i.n.l
.i. .i!. -through. nit the ( nil--. s:i.t,- nn.l I n'oeln.
WKKKs .V I'liTTKI:. I.'ii.r il A.-i,. m.il Wim!..-.:m-
lini-.'-.'l-ts. it. .-Ion. M i-
Collin's Voltaic .Plasters.
AN KI.F.CTl:o-(J.I.V.NlC IIATTKUY COM
I1INK1) WITH A II Kill l.V MKlllCATKl)
sti:k.si;tiiknin; I'I.astki,'. foi;mini; tiik
IlKST I'I.ASTKI! FUlt I'AISs. AND Al IIKS IN
TUB Wolll.lt OF .MKIHl'INK.
(eiit'.eiiii-n:- I .-nt for on.' of Collin' Vi.lliilc
I'ln-ler-. ion I It lin I ii ..f L'riMt h.'ti.'llt in re.l.n ini;
a "welliiii In my left iil.' Hint two plivli lrn pro-liiiilii.'.-.l
Knlur-i' nii'iit of Ilic S.Iitii, iiii.I one j.ro
ho urn .-il ii nnlivarinn Tumor. I.. A. Uls'l Kit.
CVSTIIUMA, I N u., .M ureli 1)1, 1S7T.
THEY AKFfTIfE IIEST.
(."Iltlellieli:- Kill lo-eil Voll tt ill lln.l .' .'.. Mil. 1 I
wUli von would s.'ti.l tin. illicit lti-r ihizeii of yi.nr
l olling Voltnli' l'liiler Hy the iiluive yon will
.-.' (hut I ;rih do siiiiiethini; lo help olhers in "11111.
unvev.il if 1 11111 not nlile to I..' 1111 ninl nroiiu.1.
There lire k 1111111I1.T who Iiuvh tried your pln-lers
who li'ul irh'.'ii out thnl nil iilimlem wer.'i;ioit for
li.itliiiiL'. nml How join with me Hint I hey hit Hie
l).'"l tl.ev liuve ever ll'le.l. I Inive irot nl. .111! Il.i"
winter Letter t Ii .-1 11 I linvt. Iii'lor.. (n llir.'.. years.
Wish l.o.il.l tin vii li.'iir.l of your plnler heforc.
Y..iir. iVr., I.OUKTTA M. CIIOSS.
IIam.kton Si-, N. Y.. Miin-li iT, lsrs.
I'rico Cent s.
II.. careful to rail lor Collin'." Voltaic Plii'ter li l
vou L'.'l f.uu.. worthless linltiitliin. Sulci hy hII
Wliol.-sul.' and Ueliiil Hruu'u'l"tn tliniii'.'lionl th.i
I tilteil M:it. 1111. 1 1 'ana. lac, and by WKKKS i IMT
TKK. Proprietors, llosloti. .Mun.
dhy (ioiins. nr.
The lui iri'st wholesale and retail Dry
(mmmI and t'lotliliigr House in this City;
arc rcceiyiiiir now Goods daily and art'
oil'cilinr KT'ctit lmi'tfiiins In the most liuud
some lines of CAHPETS, OIL CLOTHS
nnd MATTINGS; Silks, Casliinercs, l'.ou
rcttes, mid a sreat many other now
stylos of Dross Goods, Fans, Kte.; in
fact In every department of their Imsl
nivss, they cordially Invite the public
to call and see their stock.
JOIIX SPIiOAT, I
ritOPISIETOH OF 81'ItOAT'S PATEX'
liKFKKiKIiATOU CaUS, j
Wholcf-'tilo Dealex- in Jet?
ICE I5VTIIE ( Alt LOAD ( )It TON, VVEU;
PACKED l'olt SIIIPPINO.
Civ liOads u .Specialty
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee
(ll liiliii-.l fur new lin, iitlnii". or for improvement -on
old ones; lor iiK-.lii n! or other 10111 j.oiiinl". trade
iiinrks uinl lubeli.. 1 uMiii", A"-ii'iiii..-nls. Inl, 1
e- ii.-ei', Appeal". )s.:t!" for llilrih.-mei,!.. m,.1
nil i-:i-.- !iri-i;e.' under I In- I'.itel.t l.nws. prompt
lv attended to iuvi-litlolia thnl liuv.' lm-
V I l'TTI'M I ""' I'."-'ntomc.. mnv.tlll
Jt loll. 11 IjI ' ill lil.s.1 in-es. In- jiat.'lliell I.-,
lie. Itell.L' Oppo'lt.. III.' '. S. I'llt.-nt III ysrtmellt.
and i-ni:ni;eil iu I'nleiit l.ii.ine." i-x.-iiiHiM-fy. we ran
nuike l io-t-r ..-nn lo.. m.il heeur.- I'ut.-nts inor.
promplly. nml with l.roii.l.-r rlaims. ll.uu lh.i-e win-
II-,. r.inole flolll Wnshillliloll.
I V Y li'VTl 1 1 C s'i'd ii" n model or sk. li-li c.t
1 1 I li.l 1 , ur (leii.-e; ( make i-v
nlillimtloiii and a.iiln- n to .nti-titnhllty. Ire.' 01
ihnr.'e. All 1 orr.-spoiiili-ii. strl.tly rontl'leiitlal
I'ri'-e" low. mid iiorhar'e unli-c I'nleiit Is n-i nr.-d
Wi- r.-f, r In U n-hiiiton. to lion. I'listinuat.-i
(i.-tier.-.l ll. M. Key. Ilev. F. ll. Power. The Herman
Am.riinu National llnnk, to oftl. ia! In the I', h.
Piiti-nt ifflci", mid lo S. iiiiior" and 1(. pn-. ntuliv.'s
In ('(itiirri "; and i-spei lally lo our i lb tits In over)
State In the t'tiii.n Dl. .1 in Cuiiadu. Adilnx
C. A. SNOWiS: CO.,
Opposlle Patent Oltl.e. Wn-hlutoii. II. C
The Cairo ami Basket Co.
11.1. ri i;m-:i
I 'luorinir. fSiilinL';. Iath. Ktc
At tin- l. TV lowest r:.!i.
Ilitvinir 11 liciivv Stock of Lnjrs on Hund,
We are pri-pareil to
SAW OUT SPECIAL OHDEIW
On Ihe sliort.'iiu otiru.
SPKl IAI.TY mud.- ol sTKAMTlOAT f.I'MHKU.
1 We nl... mnnnei. tare Flit rr.lluXMATKIIIAI.S
I rarki-r, Ciuiily. I'm kin ll..es. isinw-., ll,-a.llnt;s
llol.M.VVS I.IYKR TADS.
ll 4 nnr A VCi
Ohio Levee ami
, ..tH (tW(itiiMi..Hr.0'ltlti.itH"ii