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lion and impart vltforto the wholo ytem
rlB. KLUltH it CO., Prop'. Pltlib
GRAVE ROBBER CAUGHT.
n-k. n.t ln.Mriil oTv mWier of the day U
DR. L1NDLEY. By meant of hit Wood Searcher
he hat robbed tne ifreve 01 pcre . -- -
of Scrofula. Contain piion, Jlhcmntwro. Mercurial
diaea-e.Canceront formation!, ibbw.
rVarcher la the pre at life preterver. O.
Hampden, Ohio, tayt: ;t leveled Pl"
declared mv wife dying of conpuniptlon. fly the
DM of Dr. Llndf'J WOOU pearein-r
stored to health." J. F. Br.?)k. I'aiusvil .
-My ton wat afflicted with tcrofula of the
worn form, and pronounced lncursnie oy ny
Dhrtlclana. lil life at taveil by me e in ur.
Ky"Bl.w.l Searcher." ATumorgwwIuB on
Jny head ni completely cured by the i w 1 Dr.
ifnrilcy'f Blood Searcher. S. saner. I '1 Wburj; .
Ho . I'lmple. on the tore. salt Kbcnm, Old
Sow. and all Cuttneou. Eruption! ditappear like
manic when the Blood Searcher wd; th
our tame 1 on the bottom of the wrapper, ror
a!e all PrursiHta. , .
K B. SLLELliS CO.. Pop-ra. Plttahnrgh. Pa.
J H. BRYANT, 31. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Wafhlnjton Avcnne.
RESIDENCE: Corner Nineteenth and Wash
7 H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Snrg-con.
Office ISii Commercial avenue. Residence cornor
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue, Cajy.
y ll SMITH, M. D.
Office and Residence :
.NO. 31 THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIRO. ILL.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OTftrt Nn. W. Commercial vetjue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street '
JQR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OF71CE-Eii;hth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
I" INEGA1! & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avcnne.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
JDOWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Societj.
Corner of Seventh nt. nnd Commercial Avenue,
. OFFICE HOURS :-e to 15 o'clock a.m., 1 to 6 and
7 to p.i:i.
THOMAS LEWIS. Secro.ary.
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Berj't Sijnal Corns, U. S. A.
General Shetland, of Chicago, wan in
the city yestenlny, and paid his respects to
Capt. Os. Greenloy, is in the city, form
ing one of the groupc that is dancing at
tendance upon our courts.
The Mystic Krew will inititiute their
new hall and artistically painted floor with
social soiree on Friday night.
SkatiDg, music and dancing will he
the attraction at the Rink to-night. A hig
crowd and a boss time generally.
Don't forget a social dance at the Rink
, ti... i.ii ...:n t. ...,), l
i-uiiii. tin: iiiui mu r: uii .
muking it nice and cool so all can enjoy
It was Mike O'Donntll's salorm that
was liurglarized nhout 1 o'clock Monday
morning, and not Mike o'Connell's as the
printer made us say yesterday.
Among our our neighbor's society items
is tlie announcement that Miss Grief had
Uen vihiting Miss Paine, of this city.
Very natural companions, wc take it.
- The Argus says that Henry Frankcn
has left the city for St. Louis and will prob
ably go as far west as Leadvillc. Honry is
one of the most rnoMisrxo men of our ac
quaintance where the payment of bills are
A friend writing from Chicago under
date of thu 18th gays that weather there,
moistened by u falling rain, was so cold
that nvercoats came into universal demand,
and l!res were lighted in nil places of pub
John M. Cyrus, ol Chicago, in in Cuiio,
and will remain several days. He is tie
same genial, frank, light-hearted John tif
'fifteen years ago. The intervening yeats
havo told upon his hair, but not upon hit
mental make-up in the least.
.Intimations are abroad of a purpose on
the part of Governor C'ullom to prorogue
the present General Assembly. Such a
procedure would 1m; rather rough on tho
"gloriouB republican party," but it would
be an act that would meet quite general
Tho auction sale of lots in East Cairo,
drrtio In The Bulletin a few days
ago, was quite a successful as could have
iewotiably been anticipated. It is said
that orer two hundred lot were sold at an
hee born), buy nor iiai u. um j .
MlSeler". LW.t nil.. TW torn, np lh
ioriuchaiid keep tho howeU in Rood order pro
5 . h.! hv Vtlou In Uie liver, promote dli---
average price of about $30 per lot. A num-
bcrot the loU will be Improved immcdi
Joe Ronekcr is flttinir up a fine bil
liard hall in connection with his saloon.
As the room will be cool and well-shaded
it will possess strong attractions for the de
votees of the cue.
Health officer Wooton has given orders
for the removal of tho offensive contents of
tlie sunken barge Perry Thorpe. If not
amoved within a reasonable time the
Health officer will cause the work to be
performed at the expense of the owners
of the cargo.
Esquire John II. Robinson's Justices
office has been removed from his room on
Eighth street to tho second floor of Pyatt's
auction building just around the corner.
Tho squire is prepared in his new quarters
todealoutjustice,asof old, in quintities
to suit the offences.
The publisher of tho Bulletin thanks
Mrs. John Sproat for a sample of strawber
ries "Captain Sproat's Extras," raised in
Columbus, Ky., that for size and flavor ex
cel anything he has ever seen in the
strawberry line. The smallest one among
them measured over four inches in circum
ference. A gang of laborers arc at work at the
sewer at the intersection of Commercial
avenue nnd Tenth street, with a view ot
cleaning it out and making needed repairs.
The job involves a good deal of excavating
trench'digging, etc, which, at this season of
the year, is work that hardly anybody
would seek as a pastime. '
Thomas Lynch and II. E Price, were
pulled by officers Olmstead and Wilson,
Monday night, for indulging in an unlawful
quantity ot drunkenness; and yesterday
were brought before Judge Bird for trial
Their offendings not being rank, they were
1 fined only $1 and costs each, and expre
i bg a desire to get out of town, they were
given a stay to enable them to do so.
Will Lewis, the young man who stole
the watch and money from Mr. Pat Fitz
gtrald, some time aso, was arraigned be
fore tho Circuit court, yesterday, and being
put upon his voir dire, as the lawyers fay
of witnesses, plead -guilty to the charge as
preferred. The court, first informing itself
of the magnitude of the offence, sentenced
William to two years' imprisonment in the
The sunken barge lying in the river
opposite the foot of Tenth street, is smell
ing to the heavens. The odor given out may
be nothing but tlie natural givings-out of
fermenting grain, but Cairo being much
given to the red and white ribbon, the
smell is a gool deal more offensive than it
use to be. If it not suppressed pretty socn we
shall accept the delay as an indication that
our authorities rather like it.
Some of the negro women who are
called as witnesses by that legal excres
cence, the Grand Jury, can't dismiss the
the idea that they are under pay at the rate
of three dollars per day, and that it is the
duty of the Sheriff meanwhile, to sec to it
that their families shall want nothing in
the way of edibles. The Sheriff was be
sieged by several women yesterday, who
insisted upon being stocked with market
Judge Dougherty brings to the bench
all his characteristic dignity of bearing.
He his a fine personal, and is in appearance
every inch a Judge. Furthermore, he con
venes court at 8 o'clock in the morning and
is slways on hand to take his seat tit that
hour. There is never nnv waiting or (h lay
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ot his account. This arrangement adds un
luur or two to each dny's session of the
court, and in a corresponding degree,
ihortens the length of tlie term and dimin
ishes tho attending expenses. This feature
of his court may not please all the lawyers,
but the people will applaud it.most heartily.
In the colored convention now
in session in Richmond, Ya, n
delegate offered a prcamamble recit
ing the fact that Judge Hughes
had declared against the legality of mixed
marriages, and followed it by a resolution
calling upon the colored people to form
emigration societies nnd get out of the
State! Should tho white people fallow
suit and leave the State because the law
wont allow them to marry negroes, what
will become of "tho mother of Presidents!"
If a negro is not allowed to marry a white,
or vico versa, our boasted liberties arc not
worth a rush.
Mayor Thistlewood has removed po
licemcn Wilson nnd Olmsted, and appointed
In their places John Hlieehan mid Richard
auyior, me inner peing a coioreu man. lie
also gave notice to Mr. P. Mahoney to va
cate the position of jailor and to turn the
jail over to the keeping of Mr. Daniel Mc
Cartliy. As the law gives the Mayor un
duubtod authority to remove appointive
officers when tho public good shall require
such removal, we choose to defer comments
until the Mayor assigns his reasons for the
removals. We will only say, at this time,
that wo havo heard no complaints from
any quarter ngalnst tho officers removed.
A careless fowling of Barton's Free
j tcbb icti us into me error, yesterday, of
nymg that the Greenback convention at
warion Had recommended a consolida-
Ion of tho Oreenback vote on the nomi-
aeva ui mu vuiro v.onTcimou. We regret
wsay mat tne recommendation of the
(invention embraced only Mr. Browning,
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lip nimifi of Hrnwnimr reM,.1i flut .i.nnl
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MOKMNC: . MAY 21. 1879.
our eye, to what seemed the reasonable con
clusion 'that the whole ticket had been
recommended. Wc did this the more
readily because it seemod tlft only sensible
thing for the convention to do, and a step
in consonance with tho apparent sentiment
of quite a majority of the Greenbackers
in the lower counties of the district. Why
the indorsement was not extended to the
balance of the ticket is partly explained by
a letter wo publish elsewhere from a prom
inent Grceubackcr, resident of Johnson
county. e ask for tho letter the careful
perulal of candid, right-thinking voters.
The Egyptian mills will be put in op
eration again to-morrow, inc repairs
contemplated have been made, and every
thing brough up to tho highest Standard of
modern excellence in establishments of
that character. Tho Egyptian mills are, as
our local readers well know, owned and
operated by tho HalliJay Brothers, and are
with an exception or two in favor of Chi
cago, the largest flouring mills in Illinois
not necessarily the largest in the matter of
the size of the buildings; but in the num
ber of the runs of stones and grinding
capacity. In and about the mills and con
nected with auxiliary industries, about one
hundred and forty men are employed.
A letter written by Bayliss W. Hanna,
present Attorney General of tho State of
Indiana, was received by the editor of The
Bulletin Sunday. It was written for tlie
purpose of commending Miss Hogan to the
good offices of the people of Cairo, but ar
rived too late to serve the end intended.
Mr. Hanna speaks of Miss Hogan as a
young lady of the highest culture, as an cd-
ocutionist of special and even remarkable
talent, as a close student, and as a very
deserving young woman generally. He
holds that Miss II. possesses elocutionary
and dramatic talent of a high order, and
desires, as far as his influence may extend,
to encourage its development. Miss Hogan
is a niece of ex-Congres?ruan John Ho
gan of St. Louis.
The outcrv raised bv a number of
Southern newspapers that the enforcement
of such a quarantine &3 would be erTective
in keeping out the yellow fever would in
jure and probably ruin business, is the out
cry of men who place the chance to catch
the dollar aad cent above the health, the
happiness, the vital interests and the lives
of the several mil.ions ot human bcin
that people the country that is subject to
the ravages of that terrible scourge ! Such
a remonstrance is inhuman ia the greatest
degree, and it is well for the South that
men who have such an insatiable greed for
money. are not permitted to
control. The question simply res.ves
itself into this s'aapc: Shall we
heed tlie remonstrances of a comparatively
few men who would greatly imperil the
lives, happiness and prosperity of millions
fur the selfish purpose of making money;
or shall we disregard those remonstrances
and do all we can to protect the people
from the horrors that so terribly devasta
ted them less than a year ngo? Bv adopt
ing the former policy we - may put money
into the pockets of a few New Orleans
merchants, but we are liable, as well, to put
into their graves twenty thousand victims
of the yellow plague. By adopting the
latter course we shall have the concious-
ness of having douc our duty, come what
may, and in no event can it be siid that we
sacrificed the lives of our people that the
avaricious business man might put money
in his pure. We, of Cairo, are, as a gen
eral rule, great sticklers for trade; but in
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of Health to maintain their quarantine and
let trade take care of itself.
The death of Col. Watkins recalls an
occurrence of twenty-five years ago, in
which he was a conspicuous actor. Tho
gang of men at Cache river, under Dr. Ar-
ter. and with which Watkins was then as
sociated, was composed exclusively of
country natives. This gang was in con
stant apprehension that the Irish laborers
at the "Deep Cut" would nuke a descent
upon them and clean them out. Watkins
observing these fears and feelinir that thev
were wholly groundless, concluded he
would "play upon them," jMt for fun. The
ensuing night he put his purpose into exe
cution. Entering a vacant shanty at about
the time ho supposed the men to bo in tho
act of retiring for the night, he performed
a war dance upon tho board floor, beat tlie
walls with a club, shrieked out "murder
the Deep-cutters are on us run for lite,'
etc., occasioning a horrid din that
was echoed back by tho hills a
full mile away. The thirty and forty hands
dashed hither and thither into the woods.
most of them remaining out all night, where
mosquetoes were ten times as thick as tho
leaves of the closely packed forest trees.
Two of them finally come out on Cache
river several miles nWc the camn. nnd
finding u canoe moored at tie batik clam
bored into it, and paddlejl down to Cairo
where they told a story tha: at once put
tho little town 1a a terriblo
commotion. "The Irish Iml made a dc
scent from the deep cut. "Shakespeare,"
as natkins was called hud een killed out
right, and his body left in t vacant shanty.
Dr. Arter had been Ictt It dead, hut had
I managed to crawl to tin cover of the
wotKls." In short, five or sx men had ccr
tainly been killed, ami tvicc that many
wounded. Iudeod the meenir,ern were of
the opinion that they werj the (m!y per
sons uuinjured, and they hal can,,, rLJ
mriliaiU lieip Anl SUCCJOr, In less 'Inn twn
uwurs noout sixty arme.l ucti fr, n.iM
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j wiu mo uuign.junug iarirs II K"ntucky
wero on thoir way to Cache river. Shortly
after dinner they reached Trinity but only
to be told to "go homo" tho whole thing
was a scare got up by that dd harum
scarum Watkins, who aimed at a joke on
the boys; but didn't intend to get up
such a big one I Then it became necessary
for each one of the natives, in his turn to
give Watkins a' threshing, Tho first
man that entered upon tho per
formance, of that self-imposed duty was not
sufficiently successful to inspire tho others
with nn eagerness to follow suit. In short,
as soon as it was ascertained that "Shakes
peire could fight like the devil," it was a
very easy matter fox tho men to arrive ' at
the conclusion that they'd spare him for the
nonce, but that thero would be the devil to
pay next time. Tho prank was serious
enough for the men rendering them
wholly unfit for work for a day or two; but
Watkins could never think of it without
giving way to paroxysms of laughter that
seemed to convulse every muscle of his
Between midnight nnd daylight Mon
day morning, somebody with burglarious
intent entered Baptistc Docring's barbar
sjiop. As the rascal left some of the tools
by which he effected an entrance, nnd car
ried away nothing of special value, it is
thought that lie was scared away before
his mission had been completed. Very
naturally Doering has been on the lookout
since for the burglar. ' While he was stand
ing in or near Ids shop, yesterday, with a
chisel in his hand, he noticed a man near
by named Thomas McGuire. An alterca
tion ensued which ended in a clinch and a
struggle. About this time another man
named Carroll came up and seperated the
belligerants, where upon the attention of
Doering was Wstowed upon Carroll upon
whose body he administered a kick which
for the time disabled Carroll. At this
juncture McGuire interfered again and made
an mfort to gain possession of Doering's
chisel. Ia doing so he cut one of his fin
ders quite severely and stepping backward
to get out of the reach of further harm,
he fell over a pile ot empty beer casks
one of which he seized and
regaining his feet hurled it at Doering
with intent to do mischief. Failins to
reach his mark he armed himself with an
other beer keg which he fired as he did the
first. How many kegs would have been
thrown and what the result would have
leen can never Ik; known. as officer Schuck
ers appeared on the scene, ami took the
belligerent under arrest. On the wav to
the police office it is said that Doering again
became violently demonstrative; but nside
from the cut finger no permanent harm was
suflcrcd by anybody. Squire Comings fined
During $ ") and costs.
For The C airo Bulletin.
W ANTS TO PJ X THE GREENBACK
Sunday, May 1 1th, R. M. Fisher with
one of the Circuit Judges, was een ridinir
through the country, apparently much in
terested. I did not know what.it meant
only it was rather uncommon to see him
out. I have since learned of the great
cause that was pushing him forward. He
was busy making arrangements for the con
vention that was held at Marion on
He had been holding caucuses with the
Republicans of Vienna (ami might say
Democrats too) for two or three weeks prior
to this convention.
On the 15th they held a meeting nt
Burnside to nominate candidates for Cir
cuit Judges; in that meeting there were but
four Greenbackers, nnd R. M. Fisher was
appointed delegate to the Marion conven
tion. To use his own language, he has
eea "scooping the boys up" has played a
joke on us.
Johnson county has more than four
Greenbackers and will not be run over in
any such way.
Mr. Fisher formerly belonged to the Re
publican party and so did I. I quit that
party on account of its rottenness. He
pretended to quit it, but is to-day working
zealously in its favor.
Of the four at that meeting held nt Burn
side, they all ngreed not to put out any
more candidates, but to select out of the
number in the field, such as suited them.
They did so, nnd they selected men that
did not have one drop of Greenback blood
running through their veins.
Is this true Greenbackism? Are these
the acts of men who wish to sec their party
prosper, or nro they thu nets of men who
do not care for their party?
There are '130 Greenback men in Johnson
county. . Shall they be bound by the nets
of four men, who mienkingly called a meet
ing nnd sent delegates who instructed for
Republicans and Democrats instead of
If wo stand by such contracts ns these
arc, contracts that were made by persons
who had no authority, I ask, can we ever
expect to mako our new. party stronger!"
Can we expect for persons to louve their
old party ami come Into ours? '
Wo area new party, Just beginning In life;
nnd wc are nn Independent party. I Imv
loft tho Republican party, nnd do not wish
to return. Mr. Fisher enn work where I
pleases, but wo do not want him to put nn
Greenback clothes ond then go rnit.tl
among the Orertibnckers nnd work In tlie
intcrorit nf tho R-puhllcans and Democr its,
npiUS SPACE IS RESERVED
for II. Meyers. Go. and see his
new brands of fine cigars; the best
ever brought to Cairo.'
We are opposed to taking and nominating
candidates from their number. If we do,
we wish for nil to have a voice, in saying
who they shall le. We have not had this
voice, and we can just a9 truly say that wq
have no candfdatcs for Circuit Judges.
Greenbackers think the matter over. Go to
the polls, and as we have no men of our
own to vote tor, let us vote for those who
When four men, with a lawyer at their
head,think they can rui the Greenback party
of this county, they ire sadly mistaken,
and it is the duty of us Greenbackers to
tearh them that lesson in a manner that
will not admit of future torgetfulness.
Bioomfleld, 111., M-ty 19th, 1X73.
For the ( olro Bulletin.
DONGOLA AND ITS JEIGHBORHOOI).
NEWS ITEMS COLLATES BY OLD TRIM.
The season, in the vitinity of Dongola,
lias ruled extremely dry Tor some 20 days,
for sooth, wc have had nu rain, except two
or three light showers last week. The re
sult is, vegetation has been considerably
stunted. "Croakers" say we need not look
for more than a half crop of wheat, for the
wheat on thin soil is past redemption.
Croakers love to prophesy evil. The
croaking don't amount t ) anything, for a
stroll amongst the farms, by the writer,
convinces him that the wheat crop is in
splendid condition, and the indications nre,
the crop will lc a success. 'Tis true the
crop on nn occasional field did look much
worsted, but not for the want of rain, but
for a lack of soil. Such fields should not
lc sown to wheat, until they are properly
fertilized by cloveriiig. The fanner who
cultivates land in nr.y kind of a crop,
should see to it, Unit he has his land in
proper condition for its successful cultiva
tion. The farmer who persistently follows
up the plan of plowing nnd planting lands
too poor to make gol brick, unless highly
manured, exhibits n wonderful want of
common sense. He who would undertake
to work his horse, or ox, a whole week
without giving him provender, would exhi
bit the same want of common sense. Crops
ennnot thrive in n soil iesitutc of food for
plants, hence it is time that fanners,
should commence educating themselves on
this very important subject of plant food.
It does seem that in thi fast nge, when
two-thirds of the people nro devising means
for obtaining n competency for tho least
amount of labor, thnt the subject of the
proper treatment of tho soil, should lag be
hind every other consideration.
I). T. L." of the Jonesboro Gazette and
"Old Trim," have concluded to have their
head gear shot for on the 4th of July, next.
"Old Trim's" enp is quite played out, and
and "D. T. LV" straw hat is minus tho
crown, so, as the parties nre considerably
barefoot on the top of the head, they have
wisely enough concluded thnt the July sun
will bo ton much for them, hence the shoot
ing mutch on the 4th. Proceeds of the
match to be applied to buying the par
ties a new head gear, and if anything should
be left, It will be used for buying Tom
Ronton n new wool lint.
The dog law Is u success, as it hns almost
entirely "Llenned out" tho dogs. Tis true,
a few of tlie most wealthy hnvo paid tho
tax and retained their dogs; but tho Indi
gent, nearly nil, sent their dogs uway from
town, and the result is but little noise
from dogs Is hoard of nights.
Common minor snys thnt wo nro to hnvo
agontlnw. This certainly will bo accept
ed by a Inrge nmjorlty of our citizens ns
the right law In tho right place. One goat
tonsqunrc tnllii Is ono gont to ninny.
Think of seventeen gonts on one-qunrtcr
of land, all running at
It is simply an outrage
In the line of tinware and stoves, Dongola
is well supplied, having two houses devoted
entirely to that line. At John Bishop's
stove and tinware store (adjoining L. Brace's
drug store) stove piping can be bought at
iyt cents per joint, and tinware and
stoves in proportion. John is a first-class
workman, and will not be undersold.
Our M. D.'s arc all idle and it begins to
loolj drear) for their line of business. Wc
like to see men prosper in nil honorable
professions, and we concede that the prac
tice of medicine is honorable, yet wc love
to see Dr.'s idle, for its a good argument in
favor of the health of the people.
Our Dongola lawyers too, are idle, as a
majority of our citizens have too much
sense to litigate. The Dongola divorce
lawyer seems to be resting on his laurels,
ns there seems to be no cases, now, on the
Our police magistrate, once in a great
while, makes a little "coffee money' out of
some jKxir misguided fellow, w ho has taken
an overdose of "tangle foot." It is certainly
strange with nil our facilities for improv
ing tlie rising generation, we are losing
ground rapidly in our warfare against
drunkenness. When we g"t cursed by a
foul mouthed drunkard, ns is often the
case, it causes us to wish for a law that will
treat all drunkards as criminals, nnd pun
ish them ns such.
Cold is antagonistic to health, inducing
coughs and other dangerous bronchial dis
eases, which quickly yield to the soothing
yet 'xiaitive influence of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup. Trice 25 cnts.
Boss Dance at the Rink to-night.
A few Refrigerators nre left over from
last season, nnd desiring to go out of the
Refrigerator business, I will sell them at
coat. A. Hali.et.
Don't miss having n good time at the
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE. ETC.
Furniture manufactured nnd all kinds of
repairing done, nt my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh nnd Twelfth
streets; Qo nil kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
nnd kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding nnd wire
cloth for scrcens,to be made up in the latest
nnd best style. Prices very low.
Frank Scnor.M ns.
Ick, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ico in such quantities as cus
tomers mny desire. Lenvo orders nt my
residence on Scvorenth nenr Commercial;
nt Sargennts, on ftfghth
street, or address
me through the post-office.
F. M. Ward.
A I Ialley, 115 Commercial avenue, hns
a lino stock of wire cloth for window
screens, wnter coolers, ice cream freezers
nnd n thousand nnd ono other things, for
salt) cheap for cash. Call.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail nil through tjio season. Office,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol's
grocery store. Jacob Klee.
Ir you want your horses and mules shod
In first class stylo, go to Fred Hofhclnz,
near Sixth street on Commercial avenue.
Ho has in his employ tho best horso-shocrs
In Southern Illinois. Satisfaction guaran
teed. Lorillard's Tin Tug smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound pnekages.
Also Lorillnrd s Nlcklo Nuggets nnd Dlmo
Nuggets, for snlo nt F. Korsmcycr's at fac