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THE DAILY CAIRO .BULLETIN: STUABDAY, MOKMW MAY : '7
In health, and ir you rewllhout It you can lie iln;r
heir, borrow, htiv nor Menl It, bill you ciiu OMiiin U
bv u-liitf Mlir-' Mvnr I'lllit. They tone up the
i.imcli ml ktfpthe bowel lu trood order pro
diu'u u henltliy milim In tuo liver, promote dine
tlon nml Impart viorto the whole tyatem.
I'rireiTi cents. ...
. E. SKl.LKUS A CO., Prop'r. Pitt)urgli, I'll.
GIIAY'E KOWIEK CAUGHT.
The mewl mrccusful rve roblicr of (lie day l
DH. l.INIU.KY. Uy muaiia of hit Wood Seimhiir
he ha mhlied Iho pravo of rore who wer,. tlytntf
of Kcmlula, Consumption. HhvtnatUin, Slercurlul
dmeane. Cawcroiin Formations, Tumor. trvlpe
)a, Janndli'u, Fever and Ague, and Uelierui IMill
itv. The blood 1 the life, uud Dr. l,tndev 1 looil
Searcher i the great life preserver. I.. II. Hubbard.
Hampden. Ohio, says: 'Cleveland physicians
declared niv wife dvlna of ronumptlon. Hy tlm
we. of Dr. l.ln.lsey'ii lllood Searcher ln; ' re
htored to health." J. F. Brook. 'alnevl lu, Ohio,
cava: "My mm wa afflicted with eoroliila of the
worst loriu, and pronounced Incurable liyaeverul
liliysiclaiis. Ills life wa saved by ihe use or Dr.
Limley lllood Searcher." A Tumor crowlna on
mv bead wu completely cured hy the use ol Dr.
. Ll'ndley Blood Searcher. M. (Sarver. I'lHaburtfh .
Holla. Pimple ou the lace. Sal Ilheum. Old
Sore., an.l all Cutaneous Knptlnna disappear I ko
maclcwheu the lllood Searcher I used See that
our name I on ihe bottom ol the wrapper, tot
II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFKICK: Eighth and Washinum Avenue.
JSESIDKXCE: Corner Nineteenth and Wellington.
"y II. MA11E.VX, M. D.,
Homeopathic l'lij siiliu and Surgeon.
Offlcrt 1:M Commercial aveniie. l(eldeuce corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue. Cairo
li. SMITH, M. D.
(Mice niul Residence:
NO. 21 THIL'TRENTII STUEET, CAIHO. ILL,
E. W. YVIIITLOCK,
(irricK No. l:ifi Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street-
jy. YV. C. JO'CELYN.
OFFICE EiiihtU Street, near Commercial Avenue,
ATTOUN F.YS-AT-L VW.
IXEGAU & IANSDEX,
At tomeyrs-a t-LnAV.
OT-TK'E No. US Commercial Avenue.
MI'TUAfi AID SOCIETY.
TIDOYVS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh st. and Coniti.erc'.al Avenue,
: Sto 1,' oVlock a.m.. 1 to ii and
THOMAS LEWIS, Secre.ary.
T to S p.m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL I'AI'EIIOK ALEXANDEK COVNTY.
Only Horning: Daily in Southern 1 Ilinois.
pol! ALDEU.MAN -FoniTII W'AHD.
We are nulUorled to fliiuouuce 1.. S. Mausiiai.i.
11 u ruudldute for Alderman in the Fourth wind to
lill the vacancy occasioned hy tliv resi-.'niitluu of
AUlermau Foley. Election to be li-ld lit Ii of May.
NVe are imlhnrlzcd to iiunounce Jamks Kvxamon
n a candidate for'Aldi'inian In the Fourth ward to
llll vuncyoiTasiimc I by I lie resignation ofnldcruiuii
Foley . .' Electiou Tuesday, liih nay of .May.
We are authorized to announce I). J. Oau.khn
n a candlilate (or Alderman In Mm Fourth ward to
(111 vacancy occasioned by I he resignation of Alder
iiiuii Foley. Election Tuesday, lith day of May.
DEMOCRATIC MASS ('(.INVENTION.
Tlic Democratic voters ol' Alexander
County, uvc rcqucsti'il to meet nt the Court
House, in Cairo, Saturday, May 3d, 1879, at
two o'clock l'. m., to select delegates to the
Dcinocrutii' Convention, to be held at Cairo
May Olh, to nominate candidates for Cir
cuit Judge. Let there lie u lull attendance
from all parts of tin.' county.
P.. F. I) LAKE,
Secretary Alexander County Democratic
nocsKiioi.n rtooDSr 2:30 o'clock, may
ISii) COMMEIICIAL AVESCE AM) TWEN
TIETH 8TIIEET .1011.N C ELLA.
Cookiii'' Stove. Sewing Machines, Iled-
stomls, Hurt'at'f. Lounges, Sofas, Glass and
Queeii8varo, etc. Tom Winteii,
"Weary of Hoaming," to-morrow.
Jacob Klec 1ms a lull supply of ice on
hand for the season trade. See notice.
Head notice ot unction at corner of
Twentieth street and Commercial avenue,
on this page.
Twenty-five cents to all parts of the
house at tlio matinee, tins afternoon. The
play is "Cnmille."
Mr. C. A. Deck; Division Superintendent,
and Train Master Bugg, of the Illinois Cen
tral, were in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Julia Milbert, tin nyed German
woman, occupying one of the Levee buse-
ments alxvo Eighth street, died yesterday,
of old age and infirmity,
It is a mistake to suppose that Hues'
bakery stuck is always kept nt a red heat.
A pot of red paint and a painter are res
ponsible for the deception.
-Hardin county lias held her county
'ion, and Instructed her delegates to
Judicial convention to vote for
tilug uud Washburn.
'f recount ruction In hand
'rly all tbu dilupidatud
which is all right,
t be paid for.
''bend use of
" set a
family in Iho neighborhood could imitato
greatly to its advantage, and certainly to
the improvement' of appearances.
- Ladies and children are especially in
terested in the matinee this nttcmoon.
Doors open ut 2 o'clock. Prices are re
duced to twenty-live cents to all parts of
The collector will continue his rounds
among the members of tho Tax-payers Asso
ciation to-day, on a lookout for their
monthly dues. Collections are made bi
monthly. At the hour of two o'clock this after
noon the Democracy of Alexander county
will meet in the court house to select six
delegates to the Judicial convention that is
to convene in Cairo on the 6th instant.
In stock speculation, a thousand dollars
are sometimes made from an investment of
one hundred. Send to Alex. Frothingham
it Co., brokers, 13 Wall Street, New York,
for their Weekly Financial Report, sent
Leo Kleb is putting a thirty foot addi
tion to the rear ot his brick residence
property on Sixth street. When completed
it will add considerably to the value of the
property as well as to its convenience as a
The victims ol the ill-fated A C. Don
nelly have all recovered and lett the hos
pital, except one man, who had his leg bro
ken in two places, and he has so far recov
ered as to be able to walk out in the city
Caroline Lewis, colored, was the sub
ject ot a second "lcxatico t.MjnitExno,"
so to speak, before Judge Yocmn, .yester
day, was adjudged, by the jury, undoubt
edly insane, and a fit subject for the insane
asylum. She Vill be forwarded to Anna as
soon as room is made for her.
In answer to several parties who are
anxious tJ know, and particularly to
"Albata,'' who submits a written inquiry,
we have to say that the effort to raise
money by subscription to aid the re-erec-tion
of the Loretto Academy building, has
been indefinitely postponed. Just when
our citizens will bo waited upon iu that be
half, we dd not know.
Johnny Lanipert, who, after the death
of his father, propnetored a barber shop on
Eighth street, is now a citizen of Marshall
town. Wyoming territory. Prof. Hardy re
ceived a reminder of Johnny, the other day,
in the shape of some tine specimens of
Wyoming gold-bearing quartz, silver ore
and curious stones, which are subject to the
inspection of the curious.
- -On the Sth day of the present month
the temperance people of Cairo will join in
an excursion to and pie-nic at (Hen Fern, a
romantic spot in Johnson county, on the
line of the Cairo A Yiucennes railroad.
The fare will be made so low that every
body will be able to participate; and should
the day bo propitious, a single locomotive
will scarcely draw the excursion train.
It was current on the streets yesterday,
that the car that plunged into the river
from the transfer steamer, was filled with
tramps, and that every one of them was
Jrowned. The rumor had no foundation
in fact. Three ears became detached, and
two of them enine to a stand still on the
boat. In the third car seven tramps had
housed themselves, but all of them escaped
Yesterday morning, while the engine
was drawing a lot of freight cars up the in
cline, three rear cars became detatched. and
lashing down the incline nt a furious rate
one of them passed over the transfer steamer,
carried the bumper away, plunged into the
river, and disappeared. Of cours", the cars
once detatched, it was in the. river in less
than a half minute. The workmen there
had no time, had they had the means,
either to cheek Us headway or throw it
from the track.
Gentlemen who sell patterns ami take
subscribers to f ishion magazines are, as a
rule, splendid judges of woman nature.
They have a winning story to tell: "We
have just taken the names of four or five
of your nearest neighbors, who declare they
aredelighted,"-etc.;and that 'fixes" the
woman addressed. She gives her niuno at
once, and in like manner he capturesall the
women who move on the same plane, in
the neighborhood. The impulse to "keep
even" with her neighbors is one that few
women can resist.
Thomas Higgins, whose arrest and
confinement in the county jail to await the
arrival of an officer fnmi St. Louis: wu no
ticed, yesterday, is manifestly a bad man.
As before stated, he escaped lrom the
charge of an officer who was conveying him
to Jefferson City penitentiary. Shortly af
ter leaving St. Louis he was taken sick;
vomited, and had frequent occasion to visit
the water closet. It waon one of these occas
ions when the prisoner discovering that the
train was ascending a heavy grade, that he
hoi.sted the car window, stepped out, jumped
to the ground ami hurried oil' in the dark
ness. Ihe officer, waiting a reasonable,
time, opened the door to discover that his
prisoner was gone. lie immediately left
the train and made diligent search lor the
fugitive, but without discovering his hiding
place, Higgins made his wnv to Centra
lia, tupped a till there and came on to
Cairo, Here he was seen by officers Slice
ban and llogan, sitting on a rock pile on
the levee. Now goods were "found in his
possession that had evidently been stolen,
aud the olllcen discovered a place in the
city where he hud sold five pairs ot pants.
Seeing that the fellow answered the descrip
tion sent out from St, Louie, the officers
l 1- i f... !n r1ini'irn nml Imnrisoiied
naiacu iook im o- -
him. H h'i't yesterday on his return to
St. Louis und Jefferson City in tho charge
of deputy Marshal Thomas Vermillion.
Higgins is about 22 years of age, and of
ficer McDonough speaking of him says ho
is one of the worst men he ever knew.
George Stevens, a colored man who had
found lodging in tho row of frame houses
on the cast side of Commercial avenue
above Twelfth, died yesterday, in destitute
circumstances. A colored woman, named
Bridget Williams, went upon the streets to
beg a few dollars with which to bury him.
Sho reports that one white man upon whom
she called, not satisfied with his refusal to
give anything, indulged in coarse and bru
tal talk about the miserable dead body.
He advised 'her to go homo ami skin the
body and make hoots out of his hide; that
that was all the body was fit for, anyhow,
and much more m the same vein. The ne
gro woman very properly denounced him
to his face for his inhumanity.
Health Officer Wooten A ama.ed !lt
the poverty of many of our Cairo house
holders. To his orders to "clean up," he is
met, every day, and n dozen times a day,
with the plea of poverty; the party ad
dressed would gladly comply is deeply
solicitous for the general health of the city;
but can do nothing because of extreme
poverty. As the orders given arc always
adapted to the ability of the person or
dered, and, in thh main, require notli
imj more than the rakinor to"etlier and the
burning of the filth and rubbish covering
the premises, the Health Officer refuses to
accept the plea as valid. Nobody is so
poor that he can't devote an hour or two to
the work of removing the animal and veg
etable accumulations from his door yard,
scattering the ashes from his stove or fire
place iu the sink holes, and iu doing such
other things as are necessary to change his
home to a place fit for the occupancy of hu
man beings. No man is so poor that he
can't do this; and if he doesn't do it in com
pliance with the Health Officer's request,
his case calls for a little wholesome c om
pulsion. John Green is the name of a laddie
that was found asleep out doors, about 1
o'clock yesterday morning, in the vicinity
of the New York store, by officers Cain and
Olmstead. The officers aroused him and
asked him to "come along." He refused
and then resided. Oilie r Oimstead finally
fixed his nippers on him; but by a violent
jerk he released his arm and dealt officer
Cain a tremendous blow in theface, knoc k
ing him down. He then ran and was soon
lost in the darkness. Cain quickly re
covered himself, and the two instituted a
search for the ruffian and finally found biui
within twenty feet of the sjot
where they had but recently awakened
him. They again took him in custody, but
be resisted every step of the way to the jail.
What the man clearly needed was several
good thumps with the "billy;" but Cain
aud Ohnsted, making allowances for the
fellow's drunken .condition, used no vio
lence whatever. Green was brought before
Judge Uird, yesterday, and was fined )0
ami costs. Having no money he was .-ent
to the calaboose for a term of 5;) days.
Officer Cain was considerably marked by
the blow he received ; but seemed to take it
as something to be expected in his limj ol
A stranger from Kentucky came to
Cairo and got drunk. Being drunk he felt
himself equal to all the toils of the city.
Accordingly he visited a low den not far
from Sixth and Washington, kept by a
negro woman, and, although already drunk
ho procured from the woman a fresh sup
ply of whisky. While drinking it ami en
joying the presence of his sable companion,
two negro men entered, and demanded to
know why he was there, canying on in
that style with their sister? And falling
afoul of the Keniuckian they thumped him
soundly, sadly disfiguring his face and well
nigh cloning his "sight seers." Not satis
fied with this indemnity for his familiarity
with their sister (who is a notorious old
hag) one of them held him up while the
other went through his pockets relieving
him of all the money he had, about four
dollars. Whether he will be able to iden
tify the men who robbed him, remains to
be seen. The beating, he deserved for be
ing caught with "the sister" of the two
colored vindicators nf female virtue, but
the robbery part of the affair demands in
quiry. The last number of the New York
Mercantile Review contains a large cut, ac
curately illustrating the Gardner House, of
Chicago, and its attractive surroundings.
It is of this house that Jewett Wilcox is the
present manager, find the public knowing
that much lire ready to believe everything
that can be said in commendation of ns ft
place of public resort. The editor of the
Review says : "We do not wonder tin Chi
cago papers rave about the city beiiiir the
"boss" summer resort. We were hero a
few days' in, June '78 and more delightful
weather we never experienced ,jll!r jn
North or South America, Kiiinp(, r f,.
where, and we Hatter ourselves
we have visited all the choicest
spots in the world. At the time
ineutioneu, tnero was n large number of
strangers here from the South, u t,f wlom
were loud in their expressions of prilLl ,,.
cerning the climate and city, uw (j,
season of the year will soon hc mx, a
and hence it is fitting that the I levicvv cir
culating Kurt, West, North aMl S()Ul
should direct. attention to the tiuct sum
mer hotel lu the West-we refer to the
Gardner House, of this city, Jewett Wilcox,
manager. This noble structure six stories
and bascuunt. 150x200 feet, replete with
every uiolVtu convenience and comfort,
including ulcvator, steam heating apparatus
is plucedon thf; corner of Michigan ave
nue and Jackson strect,overlooks Lake Mich
igan, Late Park and the great drive w;iy
or Boulevarl lea ling south, so the situation
could scarcdy bi improved. Add to this
the fact that it isjelegantly furnished and
appointed, provided with an unsurpassable
cuisine, acconfmodations especially ar
ranged for families and with such u com
petent and able manager at thehend of all
as Mr. Jewett ilcox, one who was man
ager of the Trcliont House, this city, for
three years, iiiuj we think the reader has
been furnished; with good and sufficient
reasons vhy m should patronize the Gard
ner Ilou.e. Don't let us write these lines
fitf nothing, lilt benefit by the experience
of one who knows w hat he is talking
itli all due deference to the opinions
ototlms, ami without any disparagement ot
ourspicial pets and favorites we still a-vrt
that ie Louise l'nmeroy Company now
playiig nt the Atheneiim is the best that
has e:er visited Cairothat is, that it aver
ages the bert.. It is seldom we see a stock
company in which the star receives the sup
port necessary to prevent weariness to the
nudence. Each member of the Pomemv
troupe is an artist in his or her line. Lat
night the play was "East Lyuiic," and called
out a good audience, not withstanding the
other attractions and amusements going on
in the city. Miss Pomeroy ns Lady Isabel
Vane and Madam Yinc cut-red heart and
soul into the spirit of the playing. Her
acting was of the highest order, carrying
her audience with her from the first act to
the fall of the curtain. W. II. Leake, as
Archibald Carlisle is natural and carm st
never flashy, loud or tiresome. His voice
is full and rich, and his manner easy and
attractive. Mr. Davidson proved a better
Sir Francis Livison than was anticipated.
Seeing him inGus Gudger, where he was
so entirely at home, one would think the
Yillian would not be in his line. Frank
Bosworth was good us he always is. Mr.
Charles and Mr. La Croix as actors deserve
special mention. Barbara Hare by Miss
Blake, and Cornelia Carlisle, by Miss Lizzie
Haidy were both us good s could be de
sired. This afternoon the play at the mat
inee is "Camille"and to-night by special re
quest, "Adirondack" will repente 1 riv
ing those who misled it the tiist night, a
hist opportunity to witness this delightful
society play. '
In pursuing sanitary mensures fur ;l,
preservation of the genera! health more
depends upon the action of th" hott"iio!d
crs ot community immeasurably more,
than depends upon the action of the public
authorities. It is but a waste of labor I
money to put the streets and allies in a
cleanly condition if the homes of the ci'y
and their surroundings ar- left re"king
in moisture, neadd, and dieasi;-breediti'
uncleanliiiess. And now, taxing the New
Orleans Times, we add the follow ing to
the suggestions of a few days ago :
C'LOSLTS, OI.IH'LOTI! ISO, ETC. AliVIo-etS
which are kept clos 'd for any length of
time in this climate, become damp and har
boring places for fungi, mildew, etc. A
species of fermentation, favored by the
darkness and confined air, sets in, and is
productive of dangerous gases. Ail such
should be now thoroughly cleared out.
cleaned and exposed to the air .and light
for several days. Their contents .hould be
sunned. The exposure to the fresh air and
the actinic rays of light will prove the
bist means ol disinfecting these places und
their contents, which can be found. All
bedding ami ohi clothing should be aired
for several days especially if ue,l during
the late epidemic.
DniNKi.so Watku. -If then' was a sus
picion that the water in the cistern is im
pregnated with organic matter, it should be
filtered through pulverized charcoal when
drawn for drinking purposes. A cai.vai'
biiLf, tilled with coarsely powdered charcoal
to tho weight of eight or ten pounds, and
renewed every week, will serve excellently
for this purpose. This point is important
The least quantity of organic matter in wat
er renders it strongly deleterious to health.
Disinfection oc hooms.--Where a room,
by being closed for a long time, or from
any other reason, has become impregnated
with an offensive odor, the cheapest means
of disinfection is fumigation with sujjjiur.
One pound of sulphur placed in an iron pan
and raised from the floor by means of a
brick or a little earth, will accomplish
whut Is desired. The chimney, if there is
one, should be previously plugged up with
paper, and the cracks in doors and windows
carefully closed. If then the gas be allow
ed to remain iu the room for eight or ten
hours, the disinfection will be complete.
In ordinary case?, however, exposure, to
light and air will accomplish the desired
Sleepless nights mid cheerless days
will be prevented if you use Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup to induce sleep ami composure
for the Baby. Price 2.) cents.
Ice, Ice, Ick. I am prepared to furnish
jc wholesale or retail-all through the
season. Office, Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, next
door to Bristol'H grocery store.
J AGO II KI.KK.
Mus. Ei.izAiiKTit Cady Stanton will lec
ture at thoAthenrum on Saturday evening,
Mny 10th, for tho bemiflt of the Library.
M E S M E E 1 S M '
Is not the lower employed which attracts the man of
taste and judgment, but the superior makes, excellent taste
of selection, majjniticent cut anil fit, and the remarkably low
prices offered by
Immense Clothing House !
lliuli Prices Repudiated! No Compromise! I (Vine to
?." cts. to Sl.i'O saved on every ve st,
prices hailed with ureal satisfaction.
Men's White Mitrcill Yct.
A.MAJ.X, C1 Oh io Levee.
Sibjeet, ''Our Buys." A lmis-in 23 cent.-.
Reserved seats cent-. Tickets Cor salt
at Htirtinan's .-tor". Lecture commencing
at V.iek. slnrp.
AT Tin: I'LANTKll-i Hot -::. .
Lou; ' romrtoy, New York ( 'omedy tym
pany; L. 1'. Wilcox. Auna; .1. C. Miller.
St. i.oe.i,; J. K. ivre.. X. Y.: E. I. Kills.
Louis J. V. Willis. M.'troro'.i-. It.
A. IlALi.LY.tlie Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to hi
large and varied stock of tinware, stove-,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook stovi -ye
among the latest and best pattern- and
:irt not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market; they are of the heaviest make
aud will la-t longer and use less fuel thai;
any oh(..r. Sdd .so close as to make it an
object to cail -and examine. lireech lo:..i
i"'.r Skt-iruns. Fishing Tackle etc.. ar-l
W. Mc.Yjlty. Metropolis: K
I'll i:i, Ills.iC. A. Heck and son.
(ieo. R..fenk:n,Metropo:U;FrankT. l'i"ic;
Houston, T'xa-, Ii. e. J. .!iu, Chicago; A
H. Co::-' u-. Na-.hville.
Hickman. , ev.-rythin
C .ntrulia; i
else low to suit the time-.
Klat::i.v.s IU:novti. -Mr. .!. II. Little
U hxutcd at the corner of Nini tcenth and
Poplar strerti. Mid will clean .:A ;n;r:fv
ire ;cw. on;v ') cent
and Jfl.31.1 each t' ,r
sample- of his work.
all he promise. Tile '.'entile
t:n inep a-e more than one
certainly a hundred per o
healthier bv beiiu' clean an
per j,;i!r !'"!' pillow-.
1. W'r l.avc se
know l.e w i!! o,)
Yoi MrT CfliK that H. --Wit!
Milioh', ( i.nir.?..iitio!i ( 'ure you cii.u ('.:!
It ha- e-t;!'ii-hi d the ta t tl.a'
I.I-T CO' AUVLHTI-K.:) I.ETTKIIS KKMAISINU
tii;; i Air.o i'o-t iiifii i; may :j, 17.
I. API US.
Colisuinjil.'ou i:,n bec'urtd. while f.,r Co'::.'-,
JJronchi'.k Wlemping Co-.uti. V-thm"- " '
all di-ea-e-of Throat and Luiil:-, it i- !--
Inte'v without an ei.ua!. Twodo-es will re
.:"ve your child ( f Croup, i! i- ph a.-a:;t t'
take and p. nVctly hari'iic -- to theoui.'r' '.
child, and no inoih.tr can ell'ord to be '.t
out it. You can u-e to third-, of a ''.'
and if what we -ay i- not till - we will u
fund the price paid. Price P.) cts. ."Oct
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I l !i'- Sy-'.-:a Vit:.ij".-r. It .''.arar.tee.i
i i' lii'Ve Vi'U, a;.-i ill i cu i orr.ii.u-- to
i wheii you i.ii, )-,- evred on r.ucli v-rui-!
the-'. I'ric- !o ::!-. a:i 1 7 " mils S '.d
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XKW A!" I lniNhMKNTv
l'l'.i-iH.t!' i! AUr i- tiel:
Fill! SALE AT LXTUAOlllUNAIULY LOW I'I'.K K.
I have nine farm wagons of my own
make, yet on hand, :nul lieing out of that
business I will give cash buyers great bar
gains in order to close out.
To citizens of Cairo I need say nothing
in commendation of my work; but to all I
would say, call .md inspect the wagons,
They will speak for themselves. At the
old shop, U'tween Fifth and Sixth on Com
mercial iivdiue. Caul Pltlls,
Wu have lilesof Tiik Daily Pllli-.tix,
commencing May 1st, 1S7, and ending
ApriJ IMtli, 1S7! which we will sell, bind
ing and all. complete, for $:!."0.
(iuocicuiLs, Nkw and Fiilsii, I linve a
full line of fresh family groceries of every
variety, just received. tnn I for sale at close
ligures. All kinds of vegetables fre-h from
the gur h ns. A large stock of canned
goods, l'ruils, etc., nt Trigg's old stand,
Washington avenue. AV. JL Si'illlu.
Lonir.L.MiD's Tin Tug smoking tobueu"
in eighlh, foiirlli, half and pound packages.
Also Lorilhird's Ntekle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale nt F. Korsmcycr's at '-
Fiiiht class cut cards nt tho IJn.LKTiN
olllee at St. Louis wholesale prices. Print
ing $ 1 ,110 to f 0 per ihoiisimd.
Ti-.n Clntk Woiitii. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or n fiisliioiiahlo
hair cut for y." cents, or anything else iu
the tonsiiiial line, remember tho phico to
go to is Henry Schlck'H, No. Mi Coniuer
Maimfiiitiirot' mid denier iu
BOOTS AND SHOES
Alio dealer lu
The Best Hand Made Boston and St.
Louis Boots) und Shoes.
Work done to order on Miort itotlecfrom the wry
1)1)1.1 miilorlii! und u kooU tit Ktiuriiutucd .
LEAVK'ordern nt my niton, on Kliflitli utiwt. iir-nt
duur t Juko Wttlters'. Isigu ol ClOLUKN BOOT
Esvkloh printed at theP.i Li.KTiN i tVxr,
tl-"D r II. Knvclops furnished at M.
Louis wi.oie.a'.e List prices for the r.c.xt .v;
1 Xitrhts amlSjitiu'ildY Matiui'i1
Aitfd t" the Krivori'c Tr.tjr ilf tr,
w:m. ii. li;ake,
und hei New York Ciuiipany of slmhes
SATUHDAY. MAY :M.
The latest great stim-n. Tac
AiiiiisHion " 5( lml T." C 'tis.
No extra clmriw for rocorved ealsi at Ihiltiuu'n