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II. BRYANT, M. I).
OFFICE: BlRlstb and Washington Avenue.
; RESIDENCE. --Conier Nlneroontu and Wash-
H. MAUEAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Offlr 13H Commercial avenne. Residence corner
Kourteeutn St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
R. SMITH, M. D.
Offlr and Resldenc :
SI THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omci-Nn. 136 Commercial
EUhth and Mulh Street
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenne.
' Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE :With the Widows' aud Oorpuuns' Mu
tual Aid Socttty.
JINEGAIt & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
KNERAL DELIVERY open i :30 a. m.
."SO i, m Knnrlnv: S to fi a. nl
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
X ft p. m. '
Through Express Mails via Illinois Central and
Mississippi Central Railroads close at 18:30 p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and W ay Mall
clones aU3:30 p. m. , ,
Way Mall via Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln
'. toes and Mlss.sstppl Central Railroads close at
t Ah p. in.
Way Hall for Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at 8
CKiroand Evansvllle River Routo closes at 6:30
p. ns. daiiy (except Friday).
R. JL TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL 'R. R.
TKAINS ABBA . TRAINS DlFinT
Niil 4:05 a.m. I Mail 3:10a.m.
Express S:0U p.m. Express (i:Wp.m
CAIU0 4VINCESNESR. K.
.! 10:00 p.m. I Mail ....4:45 am
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
KrprcM S:I0 p.m. I Express 8:45 a. m
Acoem'Uutlon. 10:45 p.m. I Accom'dation.l2:25p. m
CHICAGO. 8T. LOl'18 AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
.Mail 5:'J0l.m. I Mail 5:00 a.m.
C. A. AT. RAILROAD
TexaK express... 8:40 a.m. I Texas express. a:15p.m
Accommodal'n.. 8 :30a.m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morninsr Daily in Southern Illinois,
NOMAl Omrt, I
Cairo. 111.. June 87.1870. f
Time. Bar. Tber. Hum Wind. Vtl Weathux
:r, a m W.os
4 1 :i " : 02
2:00 p.ra 2B.H8
" 8 W
Maximum Temperature. wiO; Minimum Tern
Terature, Ti : Rainfall, 1 14 Inch.
V. II. HAT,
Serg't SitTial Corns, U. S. A.
DIXON SPRINGS, ILLS.
These springs will lie opened June 10th
Glider the management of the new proprie
tors, who would respectfully Hiinounee that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
'thirty new cottages oncl new, large and
-capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
Wliiig, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery ; and
thur medical qualities, not excelled by any,
Jire too well known to need any comment.
They are supplied with an abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
-found at summer resorts. The ljest of fare
Cn wtrictest attention to the comfort of
quests is guranteed alitor the small sum
f ?s per week, Spedal rates to families.
.1. R. Bkown & Co., Proprietors.
.May 25th, 1879
The season for ague, chills, jaundice and
malaria, has come and with it the time to
amt on and wear the "Holman Pad." It is
certain preventive to all bilous, liver or
ttjileen disorders, and should lie worn con
atantly for several weeks. Hundreds of
them were worn last summer in Cairo with
Fiappy results, and the buyers are all buy
ing fresh ones of Paul O. Sen en, agent
.furthis summer wear. He keeps them, new
uid fresh and of all sixes.
THE VERY LATEST.
Persons desirous, of supplying them
selves with the latest novelty in tlje way of
4worting the person, have now the op
portunity of procuring the genuine
WHITBY JET NECKLACES
'the lut'jfst and "nobbiest ornament out.
'To he procured of Tuber Brothers only
HH Commercial avenue.
Fimiimi tackle, Rods, bint, etc., wire
cloth for screens, ice cream freezers, etc.,
nt bottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, and
Junlware of all descriptions. Dog collars,
Itefrigeratoin, Revolvers, Razors, Pocket
-Knives, silver pUted knives, forks und
j;jioons, lamp and lamp fixtures and a
ehoumind of other articles at C. V. Hen
ticmon'B, Comtuercial avenue, corner
ICK! ICE I ICE!
. 1 am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retailall through the season. Office,
Eighth street, between Conumreiiil and
Washington aver tics, next door to Bristol's
fcay store. . .Jacob Ki.ee.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
What are our authorities doing to bet
ter the condition of tho road that connects
with tho iron bridge? If nothing, why
Mr. Houpt writes to a friend that his
wife is visitiug relatives in Tennessee, and
will join him in Birmingham, Alabama, as
soon as he gets well settled.
Ike Ostrander expresses himself as
well satisfied of the truth of the reports
from Sproats' Arkansas silver mines. He
is expecting confirmation by every mail.
Mr. Louis C. Schuckers, the River Ed
itor of The Bclletin', received from Ohio,
yesterday, as a present from his mother, a
beautiful, very heavy and costly gold watch.
Ho is justly proud of it.
Charley Delay bounced into Cairo,
yesterday, and met quite a cordial greeting
from his many friends here. He was "full
of business," so to speak, and will be com
pelled, therefore, to cut his visit short.
The atmosphere, yesterday afternoon,
although not excessively hot, was extreme
ly close and oppressive, giving one the sen
sation of breathing through a wad of loose
cotton. The thermometer, however, indi
cated only 84 degrees at 3 o'clock.
There is aconsfantand general inquiry
for Graham flour. Wo saw three men
on the hunt for that article yesterday;
but was unable to direct them to supplies.
If any of our grocers are prepared to meet
the demand, it might pay them to say so.
Of our own knowledge we know
thirty Cairo families that are harboring the
thought of availing themselves of the con
templated hot-spell to visit their relatives
living in the country. We speak of the
matter merely to congratulate "relatives in
A child of Mr, and Mrs. William
Broeke will be buried this afternoon, in
the Seven Mile grave yard. This child is
the fourth that these sadly artlicted parents
have been called upon to bury in the "City
of the Dead," within a comparatively
short space of time.
Wall Street' is where money is made
rapidly. You may realize hundreds of dol
lars by investing $"() in stock operations
through the reliable house of Alex. Froth
ingham & Co., brokers, 12 Wall Street,
New York. Their Weekly Financial Re
port gives full information and is sent free.
The Cairo city mills are receiving a
new brick under pinning, and the estabish
ment will be subjected, we hear to a very
general overhauling. When these improve
ments and repairs are effected and the sev
en additional run of stone added, Cairo can
and will, boast of two of the largest ami
most succcessful flouring mills in the
State of Illinois.
We have been asked if the Jocky
club intends to make arrangements for the
sale of edibles and refreshments in the park
on the 4th; if it intends to permit the sale
of beer, etc. As the club is the only party
that can speak authoritatively in this con
nection, we pass the interrogatories over for
their disposal. As a "hap-hazard"' answer,
we. would say "yes and no."
Judge Mulkt-y, in the hope of
restoration to complete and vigorous
health before entering upon the exhaust
ing duties of the exalted position to which
he has been called, will leave Cairo to-day
for a stay of several weeks at the Hot
Sprint's, in Arkansas. The Bulletin
hopes that lie will receive all the benefits
his condition calls for.
The cabbage crop of Cairo is proving
a wonderful success despite the disastrous
set-back the late Spring cold snap gave
it. It is estimated that as many as four
thousand dozen heads will be shipped U:
fore the close of the early cabbage season
our gardeners cultivating late cabbages
but sparingly. Spring cabbages are ( u'tivat
ed more successfully nowhere in America.
Mr. A. B. Newbegin, for a long while
book keeper to Messrs. A. Mackie & Co.'
millers of this city, left with his family,
yesterday evening, for the town of Macon,
in this State, where he proposes to embark
in business and locate permanently. By
his courteous bearing and gentlemanly
conduct Mr. Newbegin made many friends
in Cairo who will part with him with re
Mrs. J. II. Metcalt has sufficiently ie-
covered from a long, and for a time, very
serious spell of sickness, to undertake u
trip to Crittendsn Spring, where she will
lemain a month or more. She has good
reason for her continence in the cura
tive properties ot these springs, as they
brought her directly from death's door,
Beveral years ago, to complete, even vigor
A large excursion party that comes to
Columbus over the Mobile and Ohio rail
road, is expected to arrive in Cairo, to-day.
The steamer Idlewild witli a lmrgo in tow,
will go to Columbus this morning to bring
the party to the city. As, while we write
1 10 riVlripb ut nirrltti n liriilir rnln la ftillinrr
, ... w ........ ... ......j . hi
we are apprehensive that Cruo will not be
in a condition to exhibit her "hfst foot" to
While we regard all Normal schools,
that are supported by State aid, as frauds
upon the people, we have no desire to bring
the management and manuger of the
Southern Illinois Normal Into bad odor
with the people. The truth and sincerity
of this assertion will be admitted when wo
say that we felt no inclination to publish
Dr. Roburts circular to "candid people."
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY! MOKMNU, JUNE
We believe Prof. Allyn to be an eminently
able and successful educator. In this par
ticular we believe him to bo utterly unas
sailable. But tlie reputation of his. school
will be tho better preserved if ho enn suc
ceed in bridling the impetuosity of friends
that are near to his person.
Mr. Jolm P. Hely, m whom quite all
our people feel an interests now located in
Puttonsburg, Missouri. He is the engineer
in charge of construction, on a section of
tho Council Bluff extension of the St.
Louis, Kansas City and Northern railroad.
In a letter to Judge Yocum ho Bays, among
many other things : "I hope the boys will
keep the Tenth street hall open. Give 'era
a "whoop-up" for mc."
By a postal card from Mr. L. F. Cruin,
we arc informed that funeral services will
be held over the remains of Judge Brown,
in the family residence near Villa Ridge,
at 2 o'clock this afternoon. We are not in
formed whether the body will be buried in
the Villa Ridge cemetery or be conveyed
to deceased's former home, in Paris, Ky.
we presume, however, it will be interred,
temporarily at least, at Villa Ridge.
The government work on the Missis
sippi side of this city, is progressing very
quietly, but quite encouraging. We regret
that the "boss" substituted another man in
the place of P. II. Corcoran, as watchman.
Pat has an honojable discharge from ser
vice in the U. S. Navy, and has, therefore,
claims that ought to be recognized when it
would not be detrimental to the service to
do so. He is a cripple, and can't perform
active manual labor.
The editor of The Bulletin never
said, never thought, imagined or dreamed
that "almost any respectable Republican
could beat Judge Crawford for Congress."
Why, then, did the Du Quoin Tribune "put
such words in our mouth," and why do our
Republican cotemporaries persist in pub
lishing the Tribune's utterly false and
foundationless paragraph? The Bulle
tin was the first to name Judge Crawford
in connection with a congressional contest,
and believed then, and believes now, that
ho could be triumphantly elected.
Assessor Alden is footing up the figures
of his assessment, for 1879, and will have
it ready for the inspection of the County
Commissioners at the time fixed by law.
Parties who have Uen furnished blank
schedules and have neglected to fill them
out and return them, subject themselves by
the delay, to heavy penalties. The Assessor
has fiis dnty to perform within a prescribed
period, and as he is now at the beginning
of the end of that period, he has no time to
devote to delinquents whom lie has already
notified. So, look out.
Our railroads are wonderfully good
neighbors, because; partly it is tin ir nature,
and because also, it pays. For example, the
Cairo and Vincennes sent over to the as
sistance of the Iron Mountain, yesterday,
one hundred men. The little Narrow
gauge sent over fifty men, and the Illinois
Central, in addition to those already loan
ed sent over two locomotives, properly
manned for service. The Iron Mountain
ns before stated has on hand the very con
siderable job of ensmalling her gauge from
five feet to four feet, eight and half inches
or to the same gauge of the roads with
which she connects on this side of the river.
The people of Cairo, as well as of the
lower Mississippi valley, will learn of Chip
tain Ead's absolute refusal to serve on the
Mississippi river commission, with profound
regret. Unless his theory is adopted in the
improvement of the Mississippi, the people
will have but little hope of achieving the
best possible results, let the expenditures of
money be what they may. But, while we
nil sincerely deplore the Captain's declina
tion, no one can censure him. He has all
the business in hand he can attend to, and
could not, without great injury to Ins own
individual interests, accept the appoint
ment. A colored man, named John Arter,
was arrested by Deputy Sherill'Schutter.yes
terday, for carrying deadly weapons con
cealed about his person. The fellow had in
his possession a very ugly knile, Hnd he also
handled it in an ugly manner, so very ugly
that those who cume in contact with him
never felt entirely comfortable. In fact, if
the fellow is not mm cntnpus mentis, he is
sadly in lack of a mental balance. Judge
Bird heard the testimony and fined the ac
cused $.'10 and costs, und committed him to
the city jail for a period of thirty days.
This was a just infliction; and the evident
purpose of Messrs. Robinson, Comings and
Bird to render the practice of currying con
cealed weapons an expensive one, meets tho
hearty commendation of every law-abiding
citizen of Cairo.
Our readers will receive the announce
ment of Judge A. M. Brown's deuth alike
with feelings of surprint ami sorrow. A
telegram to Judge locum, yesterday,
brought tho intelligence that Judge Brown
died at his home in Villa Hinge at half
past i) o'clock, yesterday morning; but ad
ded no particulars. 1 he Jud;'t! located at
Villa Ridge in the year ls.V.l, mid resided
there uninterruptedly to th" time of Ids
death. He was a gentleman of tine intel
lectual culture, a reputable lawyer and,
before locating in Pulaski eounty, was nn
editor of influence atidot widely recognized
ability. At the time of hi,, titt ti ho was
County Judge of his county lt mmLtioU
he filled ably mid to the entire ttisl'ucttn of
the people. In every positio,, milj rt.iutlon
of life ho was ti gentleman, i,l,tj(3l)9 of
mean and be.ittling iiwtinets and Impulse
ns any man we ever knew. Ji,. i.,rt'n wife
and growl flaughter( ftnd a comfortable-
Home tor t.ir enjoyment, but little beyond
that, unles10 carried an insurance upon
ins me. linccrning tlie disposition of his
body we wii probably bo advised to-day.
Some time ago a man nomed Joseph
Bradley w sentenced to tho penitentiary
by our Alexnnder circuit court for an as
sault with intent to commit robberv.
While serviig out his time he became in
sane, and wis sent to the Anna asylum.
The term fr-r which he was sentenced ex
piring a ft w days ago he was dicharged
from the aiyluru. As the poor fellow is
completely bereft of reason it becamo nec
essary to hold an "inquirendo lunatico" to
secure his re-admission to the asylum. This
inquiry wiu instituted before Judge Yocum
yesterday, aid the Judge ordered Bradley's
return, the ISIieriff being directed to exe
cute the order.
Villainy is developing itself in a
thousand new forms. One of the latest
dodges for victimizing farmers, comes to us
from Scott county, Missouri. A shrewd
scoundrel receiv.ly made the rounds of the
county, avowedly to buy chickens, feathers
r.nd beeswax. Ho effected small purchases
here and there, usually confining his culls
to the wtll-to.do and well-known classes.
The goods delivered, the farmers were
asked to signed receipts for the money
paid. Tho receipts were always written
with a pencil. It invariably happened, be
cause so intended, that the farmer in sign
ing the receipt would break off the pencil
point. The rascal would promptly produce
pen and ink, and inveighing against the
worthlessnes of latter day pencils, would
get the farnf r to sign with ink. The con
scienceless jcamp would then drive to Cape
Girardeau, jell his chickens, etc., and repair
to his hottj. There he would unfold his
receipts, carefully erase the pencil mark9 and
write noteof hand above the signature for
twenty, fifj or one hundred dollars, accord
ing to the apposed financial standing of his
victims, yliese notes of hand the scoundrel
sells, ofteri at only a small discount, and
then with kit possible haste, he gets out of
the county. With a generous supply of
money thu! villainously secured, he betakes
himself to belirgecity from whence he most
likely camii and is speedily transformed
from the pugh-garbed huckster, to the
well dressei, luxurious time-killer, quite as
secure from arrest and puni.-hment, because
of his disgtsc, as the men whom he vic
timized. Aj the country portion of South
ern Illinois ? full of designing scoundrels,
engaged in! the prosecution of kindred
schemes, wtrust the facts above recited
will put the:ountry readers of The Bul
letin, at left, on their watch and guard.)
For ma years Alexander county has
been among he last counties of the State
to make her Innual settlement with tlie Au
ditor of Pubic Accounts. This has been
due. in part.io the neglect of the Auditor
himself. It las occurred more than once
that the lev; of railroad tax was not made
known to 6e County Clerk until the
month of Dccmber. It became, in such
cases, an impossibility for the clerk to com
plete the t book and deliver it on the
first day ofthe ensuing January. As a con
sequence tie collector has been compelled
to extend .lie time for payment of the taxes,
or close u his books before half the rev
euue had been collected. Our resistance
of the raijoad tax has, too, imposed five
or six weuts of difficult clerical labor on
th e collccor, rendering it out r f the ques
tion for bin to complete his reports at ns
early day 3 did collectors who had no
such annoaiices to contend with. For
instance te collector of Edwards county
siibmitteilhis accounts and made his set
tlement fr the taxes of on the 16th
instant. Then came Knox connty and
then Henlerson. The collector of Union
county sud all the delinquent lands and
town lotsin his county in one day, and
is now enraged on his report. In Alexan
der couty where, because of previous
leniency ,iearly thirty per cent of the tax re
mains urpaid, and the sheriff is still selling.
He is dovrminc to hurry the sale through
to im eary Urtiiinaiion; but let him hurry
as he tnaj it Is scarcely probable that he
can get ru for a settlement before the
3rd Momlay n September. Thus it is seen
that while 11 my of our tax payers are dis
posed to tl nk that collector Hodges
is unuet'-sarily "rushing things"
the truth v Unit he has shown himself the
most lenhntund forbearing collector in the
State of Ilinois. Delinquents should show
their apireciation ot foimer leniency, by
stepping forward, now, and paying what
they tiwt, sr that the Collector may not, lis
has too il'teti been the case ' heretofore, bo
the lastiti the State to effect his annual set
tlement W'lhuve already mentioned tlie fact
that a e.'Uiinittee was appointed at the last
meeting of the Cairo Tax-payers' Associa-
tion, to lonfer with the manager of the
Cairo id St. Louis roailroad, with the
view ot'learning npon what terms ho would
locate tie machine and repair shops of the
road in he city of Cairo. Mr. M. J. How
ley, tin chairman of the committee, ad
drcssei Mr. Johnson, the manager, a letter
in whi 1 he propounded sundry inquiries.
Mr. J' "son, in his reply, which Mas re
ceived '('sturdily, answers the questions in
detail, is follows:
"1st Cairo has not, thus far, appeared
to mc he best location for our shops
niainl because the bulk of our tnllic in on
the nithern division of the road.' Only
two li'lnes per day would, t.n their regular
runs.pt the s!e-p, and but few of outran
Try The Druggist's Sundries
FIVE CENT CIGrAR !
The most pleasing smoke for the money ever 'offered to the
DO NOT PAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a fine aromatic smoke f
will do well to trv
THE PROBLEM CIGAE,
Strictly hand-made of the choicest selection of Havana Tobacco and superior in qual
ity to two-thirds of the Cigars imported to this country.
A. SliSKiJvK TltlAI. WILL SATISFY
The most fastidious taste of the merits of this Cigar.
. SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS RETAIL DEALERS.
The above brands are especially adopted to fine trade, and no dealer should be
SOLE AGENT FOR CAIRO,
Call and examine and be convinced. II. MEYERS;
at that location. It would therefore be
necessary to make long runs for repairs in
the present condition of business.
2d. The buildings required would cost
about $15,000; and the machinery would
cost alwut $3,000 more. Our annual dis
bursements in the mechanical department
for labor, are a little over f'0,000, and are
never likely to be less. Most of this would
be expended in the town where the shops
3d. A strip of land about 2."0x600 would
be required for the location.
4th. The aid rendered by the city of
Cairo and county ot Alexander, is fully ap
preciated, especially where so many coun
ties afterwards repudiated the obligation
they had incurred, as an inducement for
If the citizens were disposed to make a
proposition there would be a strong dispc
sition to accept it, if the location can be
made to appear economical for repairs.
In any case I am glad to see tlie interest
manifested, and thank you for giving your
attention to the subject. Yours truly,
L. M. Johnson.
And now what are we going to do about the
matter f I lie taxpayers association is
powerless within itself to answer the re
quirements of the company, and can do
but little more than it has done, The in
ducements must be offered by the people
The most interestinu, because the most
oxcitfg feature of the 4th of July celebra
tion to be held under the auspicies of the
Cairo Jockey club, will be the races. An
unexpected interest is already manifested,
and as !1 kinds of horses will run all sorts
of distances, all kinds of people propose to
take part in the affair. Up to yesterday
evening the following entries had been
For the mile dash, all ages, there have
been six entries, viz : Crowder, by Logan ;
Lady Bugg, by Bodkins; Lucy Bugg, by
Bugg; Old Bob, by Keane; Thompson
Deanc, by Anderson, and Pomeroy, by
Long. It is not improbable that the entries
for this race will number twelve or fifteen
For the half mile dash, all ages, there
are seven entiies, as follows: Harlem, by
O'Donnell; Rowlett, by Keane; Butcher
Boy, by Owen; Mollie, by Peters; Whisky
Jim, by Orieff; Tim Butler, by Elliott; anil
Silver Heels, by Orborn.
For the purse for Cairo work
horses, half mile run, ten entries
an animal each by the following
named gentlemen: Fitzgerald, Kynaston,
Koehler, Resch, Boicoui t, B. F.Thistlewood.
McCarty, Bradley. Wheeltr, and Serbian.
Only Smyth, Logan and Sullivan have
entered animals for the trotting races, but
several entries are expected.
In the mule race as many as a dozen an
imals will take part. Entries have lecn
made by Petne, Breen, Peters and Sullivan,
and several other Cairo parties express a
determination to "go in to win."'
As the entrance fee, which is ten per cer.t
of the purse for which the entry is made,
is to be added to 'the purse; the Beveral
purses will be doubled. Thus in addition
to the glory of winning, the winner will
fob a very comfortable roll of greenbacks.
FOURTH OK JULY LF.MONS.
Just received fresh and in good order.
100 boxes choice selected Sirilv lemons.
which I offer to the city and country trade,
at reasonable figujes. S. E. Wilson,
No. 8.1, Ohio Levee.
Funkkai. Notice. Died, yesterday
morning at half past one o'clock, Joseph,
child of William and Emily Brocke, aged
11 months. The funeral services will bo
held at the parent's residence, corner
Twenty-eighth und Elm street, nt 2 o'clock
fids afternoon, after which the remains will
be taken to the Seven Mile Grave Yard for
interment. ' Friends of the family are in
vited to attend.
QuiiHiiv-Wliy will men smoke common
hlmcco when tliev can buy Marburg uro.s
"Seal of Noith Carolina" at the samel ,
Ill'GGY AND HAKJJESS
For sale, f Ingle set of harness and a nearly newt
slue hiir open bugpy. Apply at the Bull, tin office.
FOURTH OF JULY
St. Mary's Park,
t'nder the auspices of
CAIRO JOCKY CLUH
5 HACKS 5
ssinjjle mile dah. jure ftt m
Hall mile riab, ur .... no
Half mile d.ifli, l utru work hom-it, purse h) i
Mule race u in
Trmtlrm rare, mile bent., hist two In tuni- i.'t
Trn per Cw'nt cotrnnre Kt to !. iddcd to the !o
Glass ilall Shooting Match.
FOR FIVE PRIZES
.Shooting to bt unilir tbe mnnazi'mti.t of K. !.
Kent. Efq , o tt.ls c:tj.
Jlusfo, Dancing, and Grand Display of
Fireworks in Evening.
The Club Luariritet' now! time to all ' att.:nl
aact. t.ooii dauciiiK Cuor arid rifri chmi'tit.
31 EAT 3IAKKET.
KOEHLER BROS., Proprietors,
Corner Washington A.Ttip ni.il Etht Mr. it and
C'erinr Eleventh and Wii-hiKton At
A fall ar.(
A fall ar.d com.l( te nui p!y of the U-st nf a!l
kind meat aluavs ou
NEW (.IX SHOP.
II. K. INCK,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Commtrrlal Ae.. opposite Seventh st.
CAIIiO, : : : ILLINOIS-
Guns, Pistols, Safes and Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE UOIUNU ON BREACH LOADING (H NS
All work guaranteed siitUfiictorr, at cheaper rates
huncau he obtained nt nuy other place In the city.
CAIU'EXTER A.VI 0O.TRA TOK.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Waehingtou and Walnut.)
Estimates 011 ImiUings, on losses by tire
or otherwise made on short notice.
AM. work Intrusted to him will receive prompt
V attention, and will be executed In a sut.sfai tory
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING fe HEATING
Tinware and Hollow ware of every
Beerwart's old stand, ou Eighth street.
CAIIIO, ' Illinois
1)nflnff and Olltterilltf a 'kiikpIuKv All Lln.l.
of work skillfully and promptly performed and
prices nmuc rnunru mry.
5 CENT COUNTERS! !
TOTHE TKADR: The Busiest and most Success-
iui men-nan soi the day aro starting ft Cent Coun
ters, A trlill w ill rnivl
exclusive ft cent Jobbing Houses In tho t H.
WSend for Catalogue and particulars,
!SK) SOU Rnndolph St.. Chlchlcngo. '
lAlHotfl&iWCuuuncySt., Beston, Mnss.J
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