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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1879.
NEW SERIES-NO. 253.
Treasurer- B. K. Parker.
Clerk J. 11 Phlllla.
Counselor -Wni. B. Gilbert.
MarbalC. I). Art tr.
Attnrney-W. Q. Mcde.
Police Magistrate J. J. Hint.
aoaiiu or Ai.iiKintN.
Klrat Ward -lro. Vocum, Wra. U'Callahan.
Second Ward-Wood Kilteuliouse, N. ll.Taitl
Third Ward - W. P. Wright. .lohn Wood.
Fourth Ward -Charles 0. Patler, I). J. Foley.
MlIU Ward-T. W. llalllday, dial. Lancaster.
Clrrult Jod''!). A. Darker.
Circuit Clerk -J. A. Reeves.
Couuiy Jndve K. rt. Vorum.
County Clurk-S. J. Iluuim.
County Attornsy-W. C. Mulkry.
County Treasorer-A. J. AldcL.
County Coinmiasiouers T.
Umwn. ruinucl Uriley.
W. Hal!id:iy, M. V
A KRICAS M. E.-Fonrteentli street, between
Jnut ami Cedar streets; service :itritla U
a. m. inn! T::J p. ni.; huiiday hi tool l:.W p. m.
CHRISTIAN -Eighteenth street: meeting Sab
J bath lUip. m.; preaihiiiii occasionally.
CUII'KCII OK TUB REDEKMER-(Eisropal)
J Kouri.ntb street; Morning prryers ,lahbatu
!() a. m.: i-ypjia pravers. i in.; Habbatu
,rl,,.i a. at. V. ".' UUU-t- "t.
11 pr-""". at V,.S,Mh.?i p. ... tntt r;ai ,,. rr
habbatb f iiool at 7;:w p. m. Rev. i: J. Mores,
Jt TH K HAN -Th'rtwitth street; service. Hah
i hath H a. m. and":: p. ru.; Sunday school a.
m. Rev. Ducrarhner. oastor.
MKTIIODIhT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets:
I'rtM bin frahhaih W-M ni. and 7 p.m.;
S raver wwllntf. Wednesday 1M p. m .; huuday
tliool, :i p. b. Ret. A. 1'. Morrison, pastor.
IjRKSBYTERIAN Klijhtb street; preachinz nn
habbatb at 11 :a a. m. and 7:i. m-i praynr
meetini; Wednesday at 7:!Wp. m.; Sunday bibuol
at i p. m. R-v. It. V. Ueortfe. pastor.
CBCOND Fr.KKWII.I. BAPTIST -FirVel.th
tO street, between Walnut aud Cedar streets; ser
vice hanbath at 8 and 7MI p. m.
ST. JOfKPIl'!-( Roman Catholic) Corner Croa
and Walaut tri-"t; iprir- SVihatb 10:aOa.
ni.; tiuiday School at a p. ni.; tr-r 3 p. ro.; cr
tick every day at h p. Hi.
ST P. THICK'S Human Catbollr) Corner Ninth
tr.n and Wa-bintfton aveuur: aeryuea Sit.
oatli i and lu a. m. ; Vfap-r. 3 p.m.; fanda Nbo-.l
S p. m. ; ..nice every day at s p. m. lU-v. i . CaUel,
JLLINOIS CKNTUAL II. IV
Slmrtpst aud Quickest Itoute to
St. Louis and Chicago
'P.'IK on Iv road ruiiiil02to clily train from Cairo
1 unking Uiiei t ruunvctloB uu ta-ieru huif
TKAia ? i.e at a A I no.
l'.np. m ; Pat expriia, arriving in St. Louie
p. ui. ; CbKa 'i 6 5) a. m
1:10 P.m. CINCINXATI i L0UISV1LI.K
Arriving in Cincinnati at 7:( a. m ; I.ouic villc
7)a in.; Indlauapolia. 4 l." a. u. I'ateni;'rii by
la train arrive a'. alMive pointa
12 TO 36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
( if nv otbrr Mllle.
"T.lin m K:it M;l. with li.euiT attached, for
.vO ST. l.'Jl Is and CHlCAtiO, arriviu in St
lyi ii mi f, Mi. ni.: Lhiraso at 10:V) a m.. lonnect
ini ai Odin or K:liu 'haui lor Cincimiati, LouifVille
KA ST TIME EAST.
It t C'C'l.'Vi L' PC t "U I1U'1 C" thioupn
rAMMiMlLlk t,', the Ka-l ,thoul any
r. .,..,1 W Sunday tntemetlillj. The SatUI
... .fieniiKin iriin froni Cairo arrh. a iu New York
Holiday inornin at 1U:S. Thirty -six bourn m ad
..f rv iiihi-r runte.
t-Advcrtiem'.nluf rompetlue lica that they
make b. tter time than tina one are i-u.-u o o
. i. . ..,...n ... ri.xire to mia cad the Public
Por ihroUL'h ticket, and Information apply at l.li
no' Central liilroal depot, I atro.
TKA1SS AHU1VK ATCAIKO:
j s. .tulINSiiN.tM'B i Southern Ag't.
J. H. JON Ks. Ticket Agent.
(JA1RO & ST. LOUIS R. R
IL W. 8MITIIKIW, ItKivpr.
8HORTi:ST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Kxpres leave. Cairo .1:0ji a.m.
Tbrongb Kxprr.s arrlvca at E. St. Louis:. 6:Wp.m.
Through Kxpre. leave. K. St. Loui..... H::la.m.
Throngh lixpres arrivi at Cairo r:ir.p.m.
Mnrphvsboro accommodation leavesCairo S l.p m.
Mu'pU'vaboro Arc. arrive at Murphy.boro 8:5.'ip m.
Mnrphyshoio Arc. leave Murphysboro. . . Ri.Vlp m.
Marphysboro Arc arrives at Cairo 12 Kip.m.
The Cairo A St. Louis Rsil Rod Is tba only all
Rll Route between Cairo and St. Louis nnder one
management, therefore there are no delays at
V7v ai.iliina awaltiuir connertlons from other liuea.
(.'rose and ure roniiectlons at St. Louis with uther
line, for North, East aud est.
J. A. NAUOLR,
L. V. JOHNSON,
(jAIRO ife VINCENNES R.R.
61 MILES" Ttr
tm nn -run Tim HiinaTHST TO LOI.'IS-
4 JlLLriO V1LLK, CINCINNATI, BAL-
VIMUKM AVU WtWIIIVOTOV
4 MTTrC'THR SHORTEST TO INDIAN; i
A xUllJO APOLlS,PHU.ADKLPHlA,NKW
roRE AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tralna of all other rootre maklnz the aajnc
W Paengor by other route, to make connec
tion must ride ail muni, wbimuk "
hours at small country atatlona for tniina of con-
V Wf T?f Tl l?T?TnK FACT and take otir4:tt
IwTj Alral umv ,, m. train, caching Evan-
wlllrt. Imllanauolla. Cincinnati and Loulsvlllo tame
day. Tralna b'ave and arrive at Cairo aa follow:
Mall learn. 4:45 a.m.
Mall art-leea 10:00p.!U.
Through ticket and cliocka to all Important
F. A. MILLER H09W ELL MILLER.
(Jen I Pus. Agsnt, Oeneral Sup t.
L. . CHURCH. PaasoMr Agent.
DYFJXG AND BKX0VAT1NG. ' " "
youit OLD CLOTHES
CAN BM niAtmruuT
DYED OH UEPAIIIEDI
At a Trifling Ktpnwc-C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 80 EIGHT ST.
tW Ladtei aud Uooti' old bt tntxl aaw
NEW GUN SHOP.
If, K. INCH,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Commercial Ave., opposite Seventh at.
A.IItO, : : : ILLINOIS.
Gums, Pistols, Safes and Loelw Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE BORING ON BREACH-LOADING Ol'NS
All work guaranteed satisfactory, at cheaper rate
b au can be out at ned at any julb er place In the city.
WIIOLKSALE WINI AND LIQUORS
H.SMYTH & CO.,
Wbok'fa'.e aud lietall Dealer In
Foi'eigii ami Domestic Liquors
'Viucs ol nil Kind?,'
NO. 60 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSUS. SMVTn ft CO. hav conatantly a larg
atm k of the beat good iu the market and give
eecial attention to the wholesale branch ef the
F. M. Slurkfleth.
Stockflbtii & BnosSj
Sneaor to i'. M. Stockfietb,
I:nprtcrH and Whol;tle dpulers in
Foreign aud Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Iifiine FX!j U'.ind. Catawba. California and iin-
poriej Tort, sticrrj. Meilaia nmei ana (.tiam-
NO. 82 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO. ILL.
BOOTS AND SHOFX
Jtanificturcr and Dialer in
HOOTS AND SHOES.
Leather and Kindings
No. ') Commercial Ave, Det. Fifth and S-ixtii St.
I 'e. pa ronatantlv on hand a !ar?e a-aortment of
IV Ueata ana Lame iooi an I noeoi an aiviea
and iize. and of the verv beat of St Loui and
Cincinnati Handmade work: aold cheaper than
ever before, and cheaper thau like good, tan be u
fRineri in Ihia citv.
Alao. alfay on band a large atock of Leather and
Findings of all deairiptuni, no) J verv clow
yKW M2AT MARKET.
Sriof the Buffalo Head.
No0. Ohio I
KOF.HLER BROS., Proprietors,
JOE ABKLi i, Aj;ent.
A rail ana romnlete soddIt of the brat of all
kiuds m-ac alwava ou baud. Urder. tilled at any
boor, day or night.
Dealer in Eresh Meat.
Hot ween Washinaton find Com
meroia.1 Av, ndioiuing II;mny.
r. RRPH for aalethe heat Reef. Pork, Mutton, Veal,
V tmb. sausage, c, and In prepared toaerve
r.niiuee m au accepwoie manner.
PROPRIETOR OF SrROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
OFFIC K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Corner Twelfth Street
K. A. BURNETT, I'norRiETOR.
Of all ileseriptions to orler at
To Order on Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Note Heads, Sand 0 Pound
Bill Heads, U and 16 Pound
Statements, 5 aud ftl'ound
Bills Lading, 10 Pound
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
AVhito and Oolorod
I never uliall
Forget the First Dose.
Dear Hlr,-I hvi been a great auflerer from drop
. I a confined to my bouce more than a year.
Six mmitbM ol the time I wan entirely helpleiw . I
wax obliged to have two men help me in and out of
Bed. I waa swollen 1 Inchen larirer than my natu
ral alr.e round my wain. 1 unflered all a man
could and live. I tried all remedied for dropay, I
had three different doctor. My friend, all expert
d I would die; many nlghta I expected to die tie
fere. mornln). At IhI Veiretlue was nent to me by
a Mend. I never aball forget ihu firat doae. I could
mllJie ll ood effect, from day to day; I wax set
tie better. After 1 bad taken oine 5 or ti bottle.
I could aleep quite well nighla. I began to gain
row quite faat. After taking ,ome ten bottlea. I
could wallt from one part of my room to the other.
"i "ri'""" w" iioou; the aropay Imd at tula ttmo
I kept taking the egetlne until I re-
valued my UCOal liealth. I henrrt nf urent manv
cunta by uaing Vegetlue after I got out aud wait ablu
to attend to my work. I am a carpeuter and builder.
I will alao Bay It ban cured an aunt of my wlfe'a of
Neuralgia, who had suffered for more thau 3D yeara.
She aaya .he ha not had any neuralgia for eight
month.. I have given It to one of my children for
Canker Humor. I have no doubt iu my mind it
will cure any humor; it 1 a great cleauarr of the
blood ; It ia cafe, to give a child, I w 111 recommend
it to the world. My father I eighty year old, aud
he aa tin ro la nothlnv like It lo live direnoth Hurl
life 10 BU aged oemon. I eau nut h tjm tliAlikrul
for the use of it, i am, verygratefnllv,
Vour. JOHN 8. NOTTAOE.
All DtHEAHlia or Blood. If Wireline will relieve
pain, rlean.e, purify, ami cure uch dlaeaaea, reator
lug the patient to perfect health tfter firms difler-
ent physician, many rvmeule, and eulTering for
year, ia n not conciuaive proof, ifyou area aufferer.
'ou can oe cureu: wny m till medicine ueriorm
ngauch great cure It work, in the blood, in the
circulating fluid. It can truly be called the Great
Blood Puiifler. The great aource of diaeaae origin
ate in the blood; and no medicine that doea not
act directly upon it. to purify and reuovute, has any
Juat claim upou public attention.
I owe my Health
TO YOUR VALUABLE
Nkwpout, Kr., Apr. '.9, 1879.
Mb. R. II. Stevens ;-
Dear Sir: Having suffered fiom a breaking out of
Cankerou Sorea fur more thau Ave yeara. cauaed
ny an acctueni ol a rraitureit none, wiucn iracturu
ran into a running .ore, and have ued eiervthlng
1 could think of. and nothing helped me until I baa
taken aix bottle of your aluablc medicine, which
Mr. Miller, the apothecary, recommended very high
ly. The sixth bottle cured me, aud all I cau say U,
that I owe my health to your valuable Vegetiue.
, Your moat obedient servant.
ALBERT VON HuEDER.
'It is tinnocraaary for mc to enumerate thedis
easea for which the Vki.ktink should he iiaed. I
know of no dlseaae which will not admit of its use
with good results Almont innumerablecomplaims
are caused by poisonous secretions in the blood,
whi:h can be entirely expeled from the syteia by
the use of the Vki.ktink. When the blood ie per
fectly cleansed, the disease rapidly yields : all paius
ceae; healthy actiou ie promptly restored, aud the
patient is cured."
Cured me when the
Cincinnati, O., Apr. 10, 1877.
Mil. H. R. Stevens:
Dear Sir: I waa .rrlnu.lv troubled with Kidney
Comnlaint for a long time. 1 have consulted the
best doctors in this city. I have used yourYai.E
tinb for this disease, and it has cured me when the
doctors failed to do so.
Yours ruly, EUN EST DUKIGAN.
licsfdeuce. (til liace Street:
Place of busiuiss, .')73 Cent. Ave.
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vegetiue is Sold P.y all Druggists,
JSSSB HtNKLE. N. B. TlllSTLIWOOD, J. II. MooltE
II INKLE, TlIISTLEWOOD
Farmer's Tobacco Wai-eliouse
Nos. I A and li" Commercial Avenue.
CryLlberal Advanrcmeiit made on Consign
ments of Tobacce, Kluur, aud Grain.
HIT As nt for Gear, Scott A Co. threshing ma
chines, jiortabln saw mill and threshing engines.
Agent. forCbamplon harvesting machine, uiowrra
DIALS, 111 IN
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
IILtfliest Cash' Price Paid for Whfat.
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter, and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Waihlugtou and Walnut )
Estimates on buildings, on losses by lire
or otherwise made on short notice.
ILL work Intruded to him will receive prompt
A attention, aud will be executed lu a .atlafictorr
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
LiVEitPOOL, April 1 3, 2:00 p. m. -Wheat
small biittinoss at previous prices Winter,
8s lld9s4d; Spring, 7sOJ 8.s 2d; Cali
fornia average, 8s Odns 3d; California
club, 9s 3d9s 7d. Corn new 4h Cd.
NEW YORK OUAIX.
New York, April 15, 12:00 m.-Wheat
quiet No. 2 Chicago, $1 021 03;
No. 2 Milwaukee, 1 04; Red Win
ter, $1 041 14; No. 2 Red Winter,
II 13 No. 2 Amber, $1 091 10.
Corn-quiet Steamer, 43438; No. 3,
CniCiCO 0HAIN AND PRODUCE.
CiircAco, April 13, 10 a. m. Pork
May, 10 17; June, $10 171,'. Corn
May, S4.3; June, O ja .M'- Wheat
-Muy, 88; June,90i4'.
Chicago, April 13, 2:30 p. m. Wheat,
May, 88; June, 8989. Corn
May, 34343. June, 35,3.i.
Pork-May, !) 93; June. (!) 97.
For the Cairo Bulletin.
FEMALE BL'FFRAGR THE WVR Of DRF.fS
AND AN INTIMATION OK HOW THE LOVE 15
SO M ET I M ES C It AT I F I ED, ETC.
Mr. Editor, Dear Sir:
I hope I am not misanthropical on the
subject of fashion, and I hope, too thtt I
am equally free from the rant and cant so
treely ascribed to the female-suffrage-
women. To my thinking theresia a smooth,
easy-going, happy medium to le found on
these as well as on most other questions,
while we can walk in comfort, even on a
French-heeled shoe, to the very polls, for
that matter, and vote ; and yet not lose
one's placidity of temper. No use grow
ing old prematurely, tryiug to fight against
the things we can't help, and that, even if
we could change around to suit ourselves,
might not, in tlie end,prove to he as accept
able to most of people as they aie now.
'Beatrice" may rave 'till doom's day aliout
the follies of 1'ishionable people and she
won't change the style of a single feather
on a hat, much less the shape of the hat it
self; Madam "Practical" may talk herself
hoarse about women voting and man's in
justice to women and all that, and we
will listen to her aud then go on
falling in love with these same tyrants,
just as we have always die and
living the same old lives over and over
again. Some of us will find ourselves the
"clinging ivy" with the "sturdy oak" for our
husbands, and others will find but a
slender reed upon which to lean in the man
we love nnd cherish. It may all be wrong :
I expect it is, may-be; but some how I
don't see the sense in fuming and fretting
over things like those. For my part I
think we women ought to vote because we
have as much sense as our men tolks have,
and a great deal more time to think in
that is, most of us have, I know; and I
dont' believe in running in debt for tine
clothes, either; but I do love line ciresses;
and soft, fine gloves, and elegant jewelry,
and becoming hats and bright, beautiful
flowers and ribbons. I am afraid I am ad
mitting myself to be a poor, weak creature,
when I tell how well I love these things;
uua . uu nngm, uwutuut tilings,
I am one of those inferior beings
I.,,, r .1.. i. i. l ii I
tliat wouM wear the moon for a
coronet, the etars for diamonds and
and wrap the rain-bow around my waist fo
a sash ribbon, if I could. And I am sure
I would rob the autumn sun-set of its pur
ple and gold and the summer clouds of
their banks' and banks of snowy whiteness
if I might turn them into fleecy wraps, aud
pure, soft dresses. There Ls no beauty in
nature that I would not rob her of to grat
ify ray love of beautiful clothes; but I
would not defraud my dress-maker or my
milliner, or cheat my shoe-maker out of his
dues to get either.
!, too, have a passion for
watching tho church-going people because
they always put on their best garments to
go there in. Easter Sunday is my delight.
Every Easter I watch the people go by in
their new things, and I used to tako more
delight in looking at them, in church, than
I took in tho service, I am afraid, nnd I
didn't think it any great sin, either. Tlie
flowers and decorations weru of a piece with
the people, and only served to form a
a pretty picture that delighted my eyes. I
have not many handsome things to wear,
myself, and have ouly a few pretty things
in my homo to look at, and that may bo
one reason why I sodnlight to look at other
people's nico things; or rather, why I used
to do so; I don't now, and I'll tell you why.
Last Saturday I Bat reading The Bcli.btih,
in one of our milliner's stores waiting for
my work to be finished, when a lady drove
up in her owu carriage and called for her
Easter Sunday hat. It was aa elegant hat,
but wag not finished so sho drove on, The
milliner ami her girls went on with their
talk, forgetting I suppose, that I tat there,
and here's one thing she said : "I do hope
Mn. will pay for this; h's a beauty
ain't it?" "If she don't I'd just tell her
she could'nt take it out ef the shop, I
weuld." "But I dasscnt; sheowes me now,
upwards of 05 dollars, and I'll never get a
ceat of it if I make her mad." Feeling like
I was hearing what was not intended for me
I threw down Tna Bulletin wont up to the
tired woman, and commenced to talk about
my work, but the grievance was fresh on the
poor soul'a mind and she kept on "yes, she
does owe me nearly a hundred dollars. Jho
ain't owed mc less than fifty any time" in
five years." "Why do you not compel her to
pay up, I asked, sho is able to do it, I
know?" "Why, don't you know I can't sue
a married woman, and her husband is just
as mean as she is?" A half hour after
ward I stepped into a dry gooda store, and
several others looking at laces and other
things. Waiting my turn I overheard a
little side-talk between one of the pro
prietors and one of the clerks "tell her we
have none her bill is too large now and we
mustn't offend her," said he, and
the clern liJ s he was UAJ, aud tho ladj
sfepped into her carriage, grumbling about
"never being able to find anything she
wanted." The "gentlemanly proprietor" as
sured me that this lady was not alone, by
any means, and the milliner gave me a
perfect history ot the way some of the la
dies served her; and it is a shame, too,
that's what it is, for she is such a hard
working woman. But what I am th'mkingj
about most is, that my pleasure in beauti
ful Easter Sunday dresses is nearly spoiled.
I do hope I have not been so bitter aa
"Beatrice," but I am atraid I would if I
were a milliner. If you think this will in
terest any body,Mr. Editor, you may print it.
Why will you allow & cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when an
immediate relief can so easily be attained.
Boschee's German Syrup has gained th
largest sale in the world for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and the severest Lung Dis
eases. It is Dr. Boschee's famous German pre
scription, and is prepared with the greatest
care, and no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to the youngest child, as per
directions. The sale, ot this medicine L
unprecedented. Since first introduced there
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a failure to do ite
work in any case. Ask your druggist as to
the truth of these remarks. Large size 75
cents. Try it and be convinced.
A Card. To all ho arc Buffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of mart
hood, Ac, I will send a recipe that will cure
you, free ok charge. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rev. JosF.ru T. Inman, Station D. New
Query. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Broi
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price!
Tue Mexican Dolijir. What is the
3 iffereuce between the Mexican dollar and
Tabler's Buckye Pile Ointment? One
docs what it promises and the other doesn't.
The Mexican dollar says, "I am one hua
irt d cents ;" but when you come to invest it
you find it is only eighty-five. Tabler's
Buckeye Pile Ointment says, "I will cure
you of Piles;" and upon trial it is found t
do so in every case. It makes but one
i proixiifo to cure Piles; and does so without
I Priue 50 ceats a bottle. For .ale
by Barclay Bros.
Coi'ssens' Compound HohetofTar ha
been so long and favorably known that it
needs no encomium. For coughs, colds,
sore throat, hoarseness,ctc., it affords speedy
relief, and is a most pleasant and efficacious
remedy, honey and tar being two of its ja
gredients. The skill of the chemist and
the knowledge ot a physician were united
in its preparation, the result being a com
pound which is the favorite remedy in tha
severe climate, and has no equal as a cure
fur cougtis, colds, hotrseneu, broncaitiu
croup, etc., Use Coussens' Honey of Tar.
Price 50 cents. For sale by Barclay Bro.
"011 1 WHAT A It ATI"
Put it aside then, aud call on Mart;,
tlie widely known Hatter and Clothier, and
get one of his stylish Broadway Silk Hats,
manufactured to order. Ho is the only
man lu the city who is supplied wth a
conformitor. lie can take your measure,,
and in short order supply you with a nicely
fitting, stylish hat, at a figure so low that it
will surprise you.
Carl Peters desires everybody to know,
(and therefore has recourse to The Bclli
un) that ho is now supplying the Cairt
market with poultry fattened In his hencry,
and that everybody may be wired he has
provided a delivery wagon that will make
ddly rounds of the city. He sells eggs un
questionably fresh, and the fattest, choicest
hens, dressed or undressed, ever told in
tin Cairo market, and all at the rullaj
Cuiw Jackson's best Sweet NaT Tt-