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THE DAILY CAIRO ' BULLETIN: Fill DA V MOJLNLNU, JANUARY 17. 1870.
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Lora to ux rr half century. Hot-tor recommend
.id i.nrllM- it. .1. F.. Viwm, l-oiitf P. O., 111.,
,, -It mvcd iiiv iw.ulillUruii frui luu kihviO
Al..HHnniuu. of Italllmom, Md..sIo my: -It
will cure the wort ronsh Immediately. Ask your
ifrar l.i or . n. nl ionkwM-r fur it and taka no
tlirr. I'riee. 4.. 50., anil MO lT bottle. ,
tor rln-iiUr. II. E. heller 'o.. Proprietor,
I-iltuburtf, P. Han-lay Bros.. A;t nt, . alro.
Kor over 50 vrar SELI.E ITS LI V F. K PI Ll.S havn
Wn Uc Manrtard remedy for Llvor Complaint,
'tvltfncn. bick Headm-he, Fain in SUouUiurn or
fl k, l)line, Coated TonRue, Fever and Al'o,
(Bd til dlae mlatnij from deranged uteol the
i u. ...... k n i. .! A a.m.. nf llii! Sana.
I.HTr ur nii.iun.i.. . " - - . --- " . .
Mv..av: 'Heller' Fill have ved hundreda of
ollr In doctor.' bill in "it f"7-
toiler Co., Proprietor, PitUburK, r. Barclay
f11lE CHEAT BLOOD TONIC
K the rare (fall dlaiaac arWr.it fioin Impure
atMHl, and for Invigorating and etn-ntftheB ne Uie
vWaiortrau. Are you weak, nrrvou. debilitated,
v.ak- aud emaciated? Jlavn you lout your appetite
llavc you nau-. pain In the bark. Ac! II so. vr.
ljaaWv Hlood Searcher will drive ottt the diee
ana bring hark the Hloom of Health. Pimple.
boil: Kryalpel"- Tetter, halt Hneutn. Ac. an- but
rface iaillJatlou of Wood Disease; and lr. Llnd
W Blood Searcher, by pnrifyiuis the vloni ort
rut the kin aud beauUfle tho i-uiniilrxion. Sola
all drq)C 'lt. $100 perbottle. K. E. Seller.
JToprletor, I'ltu-buru, I'a. Harclajr Wro.. Agent
I ali o. ; .
II. MAKEAX, M. D.,
lloincopthie Physician and Surgeon.
Oilce 136 Comuierrlal avenue. ReldeDre comer
tirteiMh St. and lilUKton avfotie, (. airo.
;yyr R. SMITH, Jf. D.
0(11 re and Residence:
hp. 21 Till BTEEXTH STREET. CAIRO. ILL.
R, E. W. WHITLOCK,
(lmiT-)ii. 136 Commercial Avenue, b-.wen
Kiy-tiili and Ninth Street
yyK W. C. JOCELYN,
fiKFlCE-Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
g P. WHEELElt,
OIT1CE Ohio Levee, bet. Fonnh and Sixth t.
J 1XEGAR & LAXsDEN,
FFICE No. IIS Commercial Avenoe.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COVSTY.
Oaly Morniiig1 Daily in Southern Illinois,
We are authnrlied to announce the came of Al
sxD t.'oMiKB a a candidate for City Treasurer at
lie enauin: city election.
We arc athorUed to announce the name of Wal
tk L. Bkihtol a a candidate for the uffirc of City
Truaurer. at the ennuicu iharUir election.
Notice. to who rr sat coscbu. The Cairo
Bulletin Co., will pay no bill contracted by any of
it employe, or any one connected with The Bt'L
1KTIN, nnlei the fame Is made on a written order
ICiK-d by myiteir, and the order mutt be attached to
tt bill when prcteuled.
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Citno, 111., Jc. ik. iTi.
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Yel. Weuther.
t:lfi m W IS
2 p. m. -M
71 N.W. 8 Clear
70 N clear
Wl Calm 0 Clear
Ul N.W. 'i Clear
Miximuni Temperature. SO Minimum Tem
perature, 35: : RiiiftiU,0 16 inch.
, , W. II. KAY.
Serg't Signal Corpn, U. S. A
We regret to learn that Lotus, eMi't
Kon of Judge IJrosR, is lying very low from
an attack of malarial fever.
A heavy , shipment of cotton sectN,
comprising h'ix or eight car loailts, went
north by the IMinoin Central yestenlay.
The litest dresseil hog we have seen thiH
season, was receivud yesterday, by the Jack
'M Rruthcrs, commission merchants. It
j.mbably weiglied six hundred pounds.
The meeting of the ladies lit the Li
brary rooms, at three o'clock this afternoon
t-hould be attended by all the members of
tho lsjociatiou. Important business will
be brought before the meeting.
The charge of ihe Argus that the olli
rial report of tho proceedings of the County
Coamris'jioucrs is published at rather a
late d-ite Is well grounded; but the brick
hits our worthy County Clerk, and not
The very full, complete and reliable
market report to which wo trivo place
.Ibis morning, takes tho place of n wiunl
qtnntity of inten.'sting local matter, a por
tion of which will, though somewhat be
lated, appear to morrow.
Mr. Waltei J. Cundiff was united in
the holy bonds of wedlock, Wednesday
nitfht, with a young lady from Illundvillo,
whofl? iianio has escaped our memory.
That fact, however, doesn't deter u from
ofTeiing our congratulations, good wihos,
The Southern Illinois Medical conven
tion convened in Centralia yesterday. Tho
attendance was large, and we need not uny
u word as to its respectability when we
add that Dr. C. W. Dunning waa elected
president of tho association for tho endu
The removal of the Circuit Conrt to
the Arab engine houso, was quite freely dm
cussed ychtcrday, cipccially In tho upM!r
jtart of the city. Eicept among tboeo whom
it especially Hcjommodates tho removal
was condemned, and not uufrctmontly in
terms more emphatic than elegant.
The Evansville and New Orleans
barge, Perry Thorpe, lying in the river near
the foot of Tenth street, was cut down by
the ice before daylight yesterday morning.
She was loaded with hay, oats und com,
most of which, through the intervention of
the wrecking steamer Evkcrt, was saved un
damaged. The thieves who entered the Thirteenth
street school house, and divested it of its
time pieces, w ere caught by officer Shew
han yesterday, and landed in the county
jail. Unless a special Grand Jury is con
vened they will Ho in jail until the next
law term of the County Court, which will
be held, we believe, in March next.
Offocr John Hogan, who was reported
sick with pneumonia, and who did have a
severe attack of sickness attended with
fever, was at Ids pot yottcrday. The pre
vailing weather is of the kind that admon
ishes our policemen who are abroad during
the night time, to keep . well wrapped, mid
guard especially again't frozen socks and
John Massey, the colored ruffian who
tried to beat Minor Johnson to death, last
summer, who kept himself concealed in the
neighboring woods ever since then, and
was finally captured and brought in by of
ficer Gladuey, was put on trial yesterday,
and In the evening the cae was given to
the jury. The nature t f the veniict in the
case we did not learn.
Necessary and long deferred improve
ments are being made in the basement of
the court houte. The old "shackling"
floor, that served as a harbor for countless
rats, will give place to a solid bil of cin
ders which have been delivered on the
ground, and when in place, and packed
down will he covered with a coat of cement.
A more durable, sensible or economical
basement floor could not be constructed.
The carcass of a fine large Newfound
land dog was lying by the Washington ave
nue wayside, near Eighteenth street, yester
day noon. The death of the animal is
charged to n deadly potion administered by
a boy of the neighWhood. Whether the
poison was a'liiiinKered in ignorance of its
probable effect, or with a full foreknowl
edge of the result, we are not prepared to
say. The dog was a great favorite with the
children of the family to whom it lelonged,
and the grief of the youngsters over its
death, is violent and apparently sincere.
The '"Pound party'1 held in the nm
of Mr. Hyslop, last night, was well attend
ed notwithstanding the attractions of the
Reform club mom. In fact many perons
who attended the temperance meeting after
wards put jn an apperunce at the Pound party
and shared in the amusement of the occa-
kion, which, wo woro owurixl, ', nioi"t i u-
joyable, and almost continuous. Not pos
sessing the quality of ubiquity we could not
attend the party and the sjwech at the same
time and the result is that we are without
the details wc might have gathered had wo
The Cairo Sun is not for I)gaii, and
confidently predicts his defeat in the pend
ing struggle for a seat in the United .States
Senate. Illms indicated no preterenre in
the niitter, and has given no intimations of
its leaning, except to hint that "a dark
hors';'1 will be elected, who never belonged
to the Democratic party. If the editor has
Grant in his mind's eye, he will never see
his expectations realized. The (ira.it
'dodge" is a trick of Logan's enemies, and
is precisely its strong as the Republican en
mies of Logan are, and no stronger. There
never was any honesty in the sug,"iion,
and as the Springfield Journal says wai
made for no other purpose than to create a
diversion against Jigan. IJefore the present
Greneral Aemblcy. Logan could beat
Grant in a fair and square fight.
We heard a gentleman, w hose opinion
is worth something, publicly declare, yes
terday, that more courageous policemen
than those now serving on tin.. Cairo police
force, never lived. "Tiny an; trilling little
whiffets phynically," he. continued, "ami
one brawny IrNim in could thrash u dozen
of them, in a rough-and-tumble set-too: but
tho man has no existence of whom they
would be alraid. The act of llogan in
facing tho four shots of the negro desper
ado, and then taking his life, in his hands,
and bringing the. angered devil from his
hilling place, was an act of personal cour
age that has but few parallels." And in
that strain he continued until the boys who
wear the stars received one of the highest
compliments we ever hoard bestowed upon
anybody. And the "cream of the affuir" is
that, in so far as most of tho boys are con
cerned, it was a compliment that was de
served. Gentlemen of the police; Cut this
out, and paste it in your hut. It's n good
Experience lias taught us that free lo
cal notices, calculated and intended to
popularize professional chums, or to in
crease the business of the merchant or tra
der, are, in so fur as the newspaper giving
them isconcerned, a losing business. They
justly subject tho newspaper man to the
charge of making invidious distinctions,
exasperate those in the smn business who
are overlooked, and do not bring a return
of 11 single nickel, into tho coffers of the
newspaper office. For the", andotlier reu
sons that might b enumi rated, tho "free
pufJ'busincKS of Tiik lU i t.KTiN has been
entirely suspended. Our charges for local
noticwi arc moderate, and since tho paper
ronclicn nearly every reading family In the
city, the busiucs or professional man who
has the good judgment to employ our col
umns as an advertising medium, makes
more money out of the proceeding than we
do. Tin's being the case, nobody should ! the end.
expect "free blowing." Those who do are j We could not remain to hear the conolu
doomed to disappointment. Tho publisher'1 sion of the Du tor's remarks; but gathered
is a "laborer who is worthy uf his hire," ! enough to assure us that he proposes bend
and hereafter Tiik Hu.i.ktis laborer is not j ing his energies in the main, to the work of
going to work unless the biro is forthccin- j reclaiming those who, in the face of disease
ing. We trust that this pious determination I and death last summer, violated their
on our part will be ltnrnc in miad.
- We dislike to accuse our coteniorary
of the Argus of downright misrepresenta
tion; but it is difficult to find any other
fitting designation for its statements re
specting the public printing hf the city and
couuty. The truth is, and the records of
both the city and county bear us out, that
neither the Argus nor the Argus-Journal
ever was, for a single day, the recognized
organ of either city or county. Tin: IU i -M.TIN
has st'MHl in that relation to the
county for a period of five years, and has
been paid regularly for the work except j
during the term of its enforced suspension. (
During that interval the printing of lsth
city and county was given to the weekly
Argus-Journal, not as the Argus states, by
sr.l... r4 tli.i rvn,ntlcWknnec nn.l r.mi..n . lint
by Mr. llumm, county clerk, and by Mr.
Phillis, city clerk, with the distinct under
standing that the w ork should be performed
at Thk Ui u ktin's prices; and, in so far as
the city printing was concerned,
with the understanding that, should
Tiik Iln.i.KTix desire to continue
the printing under its bid, which had leen
accepted by the council, the printing should
be surrendered to it without remonstrance.
Neither the Argus nor the Argus-Journal
has ever printed a word or a line for either
the city or county, except as stated; and at
the very time it was insisting that it was
'the official organ of Uith city und
county," the record evidences was
that The Uii.i.ktin bid had
lx-en accepted, many months In-fore by
the council, and for a numlx-r of years by
the couuty, and was then in full tree and
effect. And now, in conclusion, if the
editor of the Argus will furnish any evi-
dence from the records of either the city or
county, to back the claim it ha set up. or
that, at the tune it was temporarily substi
tuted for the supendiil lit i.i.ktin, it had
even filed a bid for the work, we w ill hail
it, for what it is not and never has Wen.
the "official organ of the citv and countv."
THK TKMPERASCE. MEETING LAST
Fully five hundred citizens turned out
ia-t night, to welcome Dr. Reynolds back to I
Cairo. The lower floor of the Reform Club
building, on which the crowd assembled.
contained a compact mass of interested hu
manity. Every seat was filled, standing
room was at premium, and quite a num
ber loitered outside.
After the opening fonnalities, Mr. V. P.
Darclay. the president of the Reform club,
indulged in a few remarks, during which he
announced that the club had entered ujmiii
a new campaign, which it was the purise
to push w ith vigor Dr. Reynold had coin"
to their aid: but to rentier his labors stic-
cessful In; ni'i: have the cordial support of
the people. The Doctor could do all that 1 when I .saw another article or two of the
any one man eoiiid accomplish: but if it same nature, about o.ir einp'y jail. calloov,
was desirable to reap a lull crop of l. n. li;. ! 1 v.. I legaii to tiiink. as I have begun to
trout hi labors, the temperance men uf thit.k in regar. to your reterences to a eit
Cairo must co-operate w ith him, hold up ' tain would-be-lawyer of this town, that you
his hand, anil show by their acts a well j really meant what youS.tid. Did you really.'
us their words, that they heartily desired And do you really menu all you say? Now,
a great temperance revolution in Cairo. j I have always believed, implicitly, that the
Mr. Barclay eom.-ludtng ia a round of I
applan", introduced Dr. Reymlds. who
was received in like manner.
The Ds-tor commenced by an allusion to
himself, how his four year's labor bad
caused him to gratitaie to all points Is
tween "Dan and lit r-lu ba,1' und ho.v that
he visited nocily with feeling of mop- sin
cere pleasure than the city of Cuiro. lie
made .10 pretentions to oratorical eminence.
Instead of striving to win applause by the
hurrah-boys style of oratory; intad of
feeding his hearers on delicate tit-bits mi I
sugar plums, it had been his aim to uddtcss
himself to tin; reason uri'l com 1110:1 sense of
his hearers, aud to feed them on cold corn
He then entered with much warmth and
energy into a plea- for t!no who had bro
ken the pledge. He SuM ;t was no cause
for wonder that men broke their pledge.
The cause for wonder was that men kept it.
Nolssly but the inebriate who hud been
won from his cups, could tell the strength
of will, the constant effort it required iu the
man who had acquired an appetite for
liquor, to observe his pledge and keep it
inviolate. Kuowing something himself, ot
the horrible sinking and ever-longing of
the uncurcd appetite, his whole soul went
out in sympathy for the man who had bro
ken his pledge. If tho congregation would
point out to him the men who
hud, through apprehensions of dis
ease, resorted to "hell's kindling wood,"
to fortify themselves against dan
gers, hii weuld show them in relurii some
of tho wurniest-hcartc I ami best men in
Cairo. They nro tho men'who call for and
desiro the ymguthy and charity of thoso
who know nothing about the slavery of in
temperance; they nro thu moil who need tho
help and tho encouragement of those who
stand because less tempted. All the charity
nnd sympathy of Ids heart were theirs; and
if ho could help them, if by word or deed,
he could aid then in ajain throwing off tho
shackles, it would be a work of lovo for
him to do so. llo was hero for that pur
poseto work, not for tho strong, but thu
weak ; t put on their feet again those who
are down, and to start them again in the
right wiiy.imdtostrengthen them nshemight
in their determination to keep faithful to
pledge and returned t their cups again
Such a programme, if he has really adopted
it, is to be commended. The number that
remain unreclaimed, is not, perhaps, very
large: but it is large enough and respectable
enough to deserve tho attention he
proposes to bestow.
The iirrangonieuts made for the accom
modation of the audience are excellent.
The room is provided with comfortable
seirts; most of them chairs; is kept comfor
tably warm, 11ml polite ushers are in attend
ance to sec to it that no one is left standing
w Idle a single seats remains unoccupied.
The Doctor speaks again to-night at the
same place and we bespeak for him an au
dience that will again tax the seating ca
pacity of the building to its utmost.
A DRAMATIC l'KODIGY.
Mis Evelyn Spyer, th-j nine-year old
dramatic prodigy, (with whoe name ihc
readers of Tin: Dci.i.ktix nre already ft
milian will, in compliance with the request
published below, hi- in Cairo on the X'l'rd
instant. The St. liuis Republican speak
of Miss Spyer as follows:
Caiiio. 111., Jaiuiary .V
Ee!yn sp..cr, St. Louis. Mo.:
'I.nri.K l'lioiiiov'1 Your talents ami
dramatic abilities being well known to the
jH-ople cf Cairo, they desire to see you and
w itness your perfoimance, and for that pur
post: we, tin- undersigned, extend to you a
welcome to Cairo in a testimonial ls nelit,
time and place at your convenience, when
we will demonstrate our appreciation of
vour attractions in n full attendance.
I!. F. Parker, ('has. W. Dunning. M. D.:
11. F. Potter. F. Weber Denton. Wo.nl Uit
tenhouse, S. A. Hols-rtson, E. W. Widths k.
I). D. S.; C. P. Ilotlcr, (i. T. Whitl.s k. W.
M. Williams. ( pink. Daniel Hartman. M.
15. Harrel. Jno. 11. Ols-rlv, G. R. Drown. E.
J A. Durnett. W. P. llalliday, Louis Dlack
W. F. McKee. II. C. Hughes. Jno. Folev, II.
C. Laughlin Wm. M. Murphy. H. N. Wei
ton, J. M. Pionsvitu. Robt.'llinkle, J. A
Nagle, Jus. L. Harris, L. 1!. Church and
t. Lot is. Jan. T.
Wks-kiis. B. F. Pai-.kkii, Ciias. W. Di sn
i.v:. H. F. I'oriKi:, F. Wkhkk Dkxtox.
W(SU) IIITTKMIOI SK ASDOTHMls.
Gknti.kmkx : In reply to join kind and
unexpected offer, allow me to say I will
visit Cairo ami shall exert myself to please
you. As to time and place. Thurdav, Jan.
'SJ. at the Athenetim. will Is- most cuivi u-
j 111 ''"' ""'
Your Little Fii- nd.
Evm.vx Sri mi.
H'R MOKAL DKGIIEDATION.
I'olNTKI) HM KUKNl K To UUiT II I S ON OCR
MOlt.U. Ks ITCIIKON THAT AUK TOI.l.ltAT
1 D IIM Al'SK IT Is MUinliv's l;l.slShs To
WIFE Til KM OCT.
Mil. Eon ok:
I noticed u little paragraph of your-, not
long since, in reference to our moral condi
tion as a people, that madeiac smile. I had
an idea that it was intended as a piece of
sarcasm, ami us 'ich it was capital: but
head and front of a daily newspajM r knew
almost everything, but if yon don't know
that that loan has no v.-dm; that can be lev
ied on. you don't know one thing, certain,
and that i. you don't know the man him
self. And if you don't know that our jail
is not big enough to hold one half the
Cuiroites thnt ought to be in it, why,
then you surely can not know
just what is going on right under
tour editorial noe, nearly so well us such a
1100 should be abb: to detect, with half an
eye to de'ectiveil' ss. I'll bet you something
nice that tin-re is not another town the size
of Cairo, in the Union, that has s) many
il legitimate children born in it. one year
w ith unoth- as Cairo l!lwt leaving r.tit
the children tarn of white parents land
tiny are not few either), there are now,
this day, not less than fifty illegitimate
children, that are well known to be such,
with scarce a pretense, if any, at a claim of
legitimacy, the children of colored women.
About one third of these have white fathers,
wlio, of course, do not so much us provide
lor their offspring, much lessforthe wretch
ed creatures whom, by this act alone,
raited thou to their own level, I think.
When you look at this, Mr. Editor, do you
still feel liko boasting that our jails are
or were empty?
No other community with a claim to
common decency, would put up with such
a state of things, and why this one should,
is beyond my ken. Perhaps if those white
men wo call tho "Grand Jury," were some
time or other, to try to find out where those
children nro and who their parents, they
might do so, without worrying themselves
greatly. ( )f course it is none of tho police's
business, or they would have worketl up a
case long ago. Or, perhups, there is no
money in it, for anybody, Is tho reason
nothing has been said or done about it.
Evidence is not lacking, if one's eyes ami
earB are to bo trusted. Tho mark of re
spectability of tho young negro woman,
among her own class, seems to bo to be
come the mother of a babe, by anybody, as
stHin as possible. Nor is this ambition con-
XKW AbYKItl ISK.MKNT.
fi I) V I rn D
u it rj v 1 a
Notwithstanding our very
our Stock of Winter (ioods on
plete. So. in order to closo out
our Spring, purchases, we have
the prices of Winter Stock in
tablishment, and offer EXTRAOIIIHNAKY INniTKMKNTS
We invite the careful inspection of the public.
( loklsthie & Rosen water.
and UO Commercial Avenue.
) I K KN IX I)J7
COK.COMMKllCIAL A V. AN 1 ) KKil ITKKNTJ I s'I'M
UVA). E. O'HAliA. I'wprietor,
I ri.::td :iL a lull H's k of Freli I i i; jr.
Ao Toiiit Soap.. lVrfuinerv. Hruln , i te , rii.l
cine of t Unlay.
I tf-Lspec ial fhrr ami Attention git (it to I lie
tlned to the less intelligent one, rmr to the
.vorldiy-inindcd ones, but is common to
them all; ami, so long as there is no pen
alty, w hatever, attached to their conduct,
there is little hope of amendment. Their
own x-opi; receive, them, and the white
folks employ them, und no one obje t t,,
tin- bl'-iitish on their cb;:rai tcrs; a, indeed,
why should any one. so long a it never cr
curs to anybody's mind to refuse to employ
these children's fathers, in .any capacity,
whatever? I agree with that some one in
your paper, not long ago, who thinks "Isitli
parties an- equally gti?.ty." in a transaeti on
of that kind. Hut, after all, the; poor m-.
gro girls do have a rough time of it. They
nearly always tiave the entire support o
these dirty animals, th-nr children, thrown
ujsin them, and very often, what witnduin
ing their systems nursing their babies nnd
doing heavy exhausting work, tin y become
weakly and sickly and have to give up their
place, und go dome ami nearly
starve-. I know, of my own personal knowl
edge, Mr. Editor, more than one such iao,
in this "moral city." right now. D- ar sir,
cannot you, standing us you do, a leader
before the people, xiint out this blotch (,n
our social system, to those who can timl the
remedy for it?
Yours ino-l respectful iv,
J. H. DrPi.w.
"What i.i the mutter wiih tho darling
creature?" The baby was crying pite..usly,
but the nurse had a bottle of Dr. Hulls
Baby Syrup ut hand, and the little fellow
was soon comfortable.
Wanti.I) A pleasant place u lsiard, by
two young gentlemen, (brothers). Address
"January,'1 care Bci.lkti.n, stating locution
Fur C 'it tli ftillowmn I)i'iie. wblijli tliu llf
fi rebt uiiiubers ul
Dr. Forbes' HKALTJI PADS
Will uot Rtim w ith lUTourkullo Htie.ce.
. . j (!hills nnd Fever, Dyspepbla, ctcs
( Kidney, Spine and Bladder (if
No. 2 : fection.i, and Nervous Pnwtra
(tion. Price, 3.
No 1 ?onm!! leases and Womb Af-ft0-
J' ) lections. lTicct
No 4 ) I"fl"mHon of tho Lungs, Bron
""' clntia and Asthma. Price, $5.
Tli ahov reward doe net apply to Ca i1ratly
will ynd j ait by mall, lk.war of ImltalltiM, tk
notiu but Ilia Kurbu. Brad for clrcnlar
rn Rim 4t.. Cincinnati. Ohio, and Uun parll.olari
luipertant to Invalid.
IMA 11 ( rp I a AT
vi 1 u j 1 1 j i
large sales duriiiir this season.
hand, is yet very Irtrgeand win-
the same, or make room for ,
made a general reduction in
all the departments of our
UG STO RK
Mettlrlrir r.iiii beniital of UMeiuMr.; puii!
a Full Lliiewf all !Le ninr Patent I'an.iiv M
oni )h.u ml I n- nf liy.ein' .r-ei iptioii.. .
I Jok Bovt kl ii. having t:ik n tin- i
i ut the corner of Fourteenth and Wa-!.iv--
ton avenue, lately mrupicl by I'. M'.,'.
j Bird, has ojH-ned a alooti which v ill
found tirst-class in every itppointini M, To
! hi ohl friends ;li)tl the public gen. :. o ,
j he (Ateiids a cordiul invitation to call. II -I
bur is supplied with only the cboit . '
wines, liquor and cordial. a:,d bis r -r. .
are attractive and ph a-ant.
Fun. oytcr lunch :,t halfp.st
i o'clock, every night, at Harry W'a's r-
Lj'OK VICKSBUBG. .
Till" Fet It'll tie.-ullt t itiler
rripClTY OF Vl( KSIil JysTC'
IvOl'.EHT K. KILEV m:i..
CUIUS SHARP , ..;,
Leave the Abelmr I.Inf Wh.irfli,.,il t.n in..;,,,- ,
H.-iturilriy, .I.iiill.H l1h. I--;..
P) NEW oltLEANs
The Fin nennier
(iOLI) DUST Hii
JOHN T. M. Colli) ;1,;r
II F.N BY DII'.TBIt H '..(,ik
Lens Ain htir Line Wlmrf turn u .,,,!,;
rS-llHI'fl.lV .llllllllll-y I ''111. 1-TH.
Given by the
FEBRUARY 1th, U?.).
TICKETS - BO CENTS.
7 VKjtYBOpY ahwild attend. It will ho the tr,t
I J and bust ball uf tlio aenmm,
ooMMiTTii or aanasiiiMssm.
ltinlolih Ucbaarkcr, John Muliltf, L (', IterhurL
Hteuhen Hchwtuti, Wa. Alba, Julia A. KuhK-r.
btl. A. iiutlar. '