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U. BRYANT, M. D
uFFICE: Eighth and Wahlnton Avenue.
HKPIDENCI: CwtiT Nliuteouth and Wah-
II. MAKE AN, M. D.,
- Homeopathic Physician am! Surgeon.
0(llc 149 Commercial avenno. Realdeaco cpruer
rnri-tlitli fct. and WftMUugton avenue, I fllro.
R. SMITH, M. D.
Office nnd Residence :
U. .,1 TUIKTEENT1I STREET. CAIHO, ILL.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OrncE No. lae Commercial
Eiir'uh and Ninth Siroeu
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFIi'E-Eightb Street, near Commercial Avenue.
rpnOMAS LEWIS, .
Notary Public ami Couveyaneer.
OFFICE: With the Widow' nudOorphan' Mu
fml Aid Soretv
JINEGAE & LANSDEN,
FFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue. '
ENERAL DELIVERY open .:30 a.m.; cloue
J t:r.iu.; Sunday: S to 9 a. m
ip.ru.; sunuay: p m-
tt p. m
Money Order Department open at a. ra.
MlUnippl Central Railroad cloe at 12:30 p. m.
Cairo and Fo'iar Bluff Through and ay Mall
doMi a' 12:?.i'p. m. , . . ....
Way Mail via Ill'.iioic Central. Cairo and Mn
wr.nca md Mif?ipii Central Railroad close- at
Way Jiiil fcr Narrow Gauge Railroad clojea at 9
Cairo Mid EvannlUe River Route cloe( at t:3
. p. rn. daly (except Friday).
B. K. TIME CAKD AT CAIRO.
TniiN.irr.ive. TlUtS DEPART
M'l 4:05 a.m. I Mall ..3:10a.m.
xprvw 8:00 p.m. EipreM 6:tp.ra.
CAIRO VISC ESSESR. R.
lail 10:00 p.m. Mall 4:a.tn
CAIRO 8T. LOUIS R R.
Erorew 5:M p.m. I Expreaa.. .. 8:45 a. m
Accoin'dation. 10:45 p ci. I Accom'dation.li:25p. m
CUICAGO. ST. LOnSASDSEWORLEASSR.lt
:Miil 5:D.m. I Mail.... 5:(0a.m,
C. A. AT. RAILROAD-
Tixuk exprecs. . .8:40 a.m. I Texaa exprecs S:15p m
Accommodat'n..8:80 a.m. I
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OK ALEXASDER COUNTY
Only Morninj Daily in Southern Illinois
Cmro. 111., July l.lHTd. f
Time. liar. Thcr. Hum. Wind. Vel Weathei
:4 a m :W.8
" 30 OS
J im p. in
: V " .10 05
Maximum Tempi'miun-. ''f'3; Minimum Tem
perature, i9; Rainfall, 0.00 inch.
Serg't SIbdrI Corpi", V. S. A.
NONE SUCH HAMS.
.lust iu receipt of 2,500 lbs of this
celebrated bam. At retail, lOc. Also
Morrison's Glorry Breakfast bacon at 8c.
Uar cured shoulders CJjjC.
At Nf.w Youk Store.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
am prepared to furnish ice wholesiile
ail all through the season. Office,
'h street, between Commercial and
rton avenues, next door to Bristol's
10 A sugar for $t.
uitirur for lk1
At New Youk Stork.
o TACwiE) I'odh, bait, etc., wire
' ii'in mrycreens, Knm freezers, t.tc,
Jit bottomvrices; ills,. stoves, Tinware, and
llanlwure ff H deseriiig. 1),, ciiurs,
Kefriswaton, Revolvers, Uazors, Pocket
Knives, silver plated kniyes, foiks und
loons, lamps nnd lamp fixtures and a
thousand of other articles at C. W. Hen
i IflMAn., I a
"""""i v.iuiiinerciiii avenue, corner
Ick, Ice Wholesale an Reta
lurgeor small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, dcliverii.tr
jmre Lake Ice in such otiantities as ctis
timers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
.t Sargenntg, on Eighth street, or address
me through the poBt-otl'ice.
F. M. W AUD.
Cheap at New York Store. Ladies' New
port Ties at UOc.
milK SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured and nil kinds of
wpairinif done, at my slio) on Commercial
avenue, between Eleveuth and Twelfth
streets; also all kill(lg of CB,,,net lnuking t(j
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on Wlle. lt,.pirinK and uphol
titenng .lone on 8hort notice. I have a
Kood supply of, WHlnut moul,liK ,,m wiro
cloth for screcns.to be made up in the latest
and lCRt style. Prices very loW.
Partiei in neeil of groceries, drj' goodg,
bIiocs, flour, meats, in fact all goods for
' family use, will save money by buying at
the New York Store. Largest assorted
utock in Southern Illinois.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Tho barbers are waging a war on old
war-time prices. Sec Stcinhouso's and
A number of our colored people will
excurse down the Mississippi on tho steam
er Nashville, on tho 4th Instant.
The family of Mr. Corliss was called
to Metropolis, Monday, to attend tho fun
eral of Mr. Corliss1 brother' child.
The wharf-master's office has been re
moved to the rooms recently vacated by the
M. V. T. Co., over Wood Rittenhouse &
A little child of Sheriff Hodges fell
trom the court house porch, yesterday even
ing, and, as we are told, hurt itself quite
seriously. We failed to learn the particu
lars. Mrs. George A. Chnstmnn will leave
in a few days, for Chauute, Kansas, where,
with her son Willie and his wife, she will
spend the summer, in the hope of recruiting
Ahorse, with its hinder parts paralyzed,
remained iu the street, in the blazing sun
shine, just above the court house, all day
yesterday. In mercy to the suffering ani
mal, it should have been killed.
Mr. Samuel E. Wilson felt so seriously
indisposed, yesterday morniuS, that he had
to haul oiT temporarily lroni active utisi-
. . r . . . . 1 . C
dcss. lie was sunering irtuu on
Jysenrery, which seems to be unusually pre
valent this year.
At the Monday nisht's business meet
ing of the Center Archery club seven new
members were received, swelling the total
membership to about twenty. The club
expects to receive its supply of bow, next
With the consent of the Receiver and
under the sanction of the L . p. Circuit
Court, the Patterson, N. J., Locomotive
company will sell four of the narrow-
cauge engines, as the telegram says, "to
The St. Charles ladies' parlor has been
supplied with a new and elegant Kiakel pi
ano, of magmheent tone and seven ana a
third octaves of compass. Experts who
have fingered it pronounce it a splendid,
nicely finished instrument.
Five of the ten locomotives sent to
Cairo from points in Iowa and elsewhere,
by the Illinois Central, for the use of the
Iron Mountain Compan5 were recalled
home yesterday. They left during the day
for Du Buque and other points north.
The Central Archery Club neglected to
furnish us the scores made at their regular
practice of Monday evening. Of the gen
tlemen present Frank Van Dora's 44 was the
best score and Miss Annie Alvord led the
ladies by a store of 8 shooting twenty
Charley Gayer secured an extraordinary
bargain iu the Ed. Shannessy property the
other day. The building is a two story
frame, recently painted, and in good order,
and supplied with necessary out; houses. It
was sold at auction, the highest bid being
about :Vii per cent of its original cost.
The Bulletin job office is supplied with
the very latest styles of sectional type, and
always keeping a master workman at the
head of that department, we are prepared
to do work in the way of business cards,
letter beards and business circulars in a
ityle that no other printing office in South
ern Illinois can even imitate.
The chills ami fever, or the "ague," as
it is commonly called, is now prevailing
quite generally in the Missouri bottoms,
from Commerce to New Madrid; but sin
gularly enough there is a conspicuous ab
sence of the bilious fevers that prevail to a
greater or less extent every year. All other
kinds of sickness has been put aside. Mr.
Tanner says, to give full swing to the aui
Judge Bird's resignation took effect
ysterday evening, and from this time forth,
until the special election is held, Cairo
must get along without a police magistrate
It must not be inferred, however, that tin
machinery for the enforcement of the ordi'
nances is thus brought to a stand still. We
have a full complement of Justices of the
Peace, all of whom have jurisdiction in
Conner, the Egyptian pedestrian, is
subjecting himself to rather severe and
rigid discipline. Dr. Leach is his medical
adviser. How many walkers are to contest
with Conner or who they an;, doesn't seem
to be generally known neither has the
public been advised, through the .proper
channel, where and between what points ot
time, tho contest is to take place. Let us
have "more light."
Bear m mind tliut the substantial
and spacious steamer Eckert has been char
tered ly the Itetorm Club, afld will leave
Cairo, for Mayberry's landing, at It o'clock
on the morning of the Fourth. Everybody
is invueu to participate the committee
feeling inclined to guarantee, a most en
joynblo and delightful season of recreation
rare, the round trip: fiO cents lor adults,
25 cents for children.
-We called attention to the delapidatcd
condition of the- Eighteenth Street suln.
walks yesterday morning. By sundown
yesterday evening they were patched np
mi as to ie remleretl wifely passable. We
note this disposition of the Supervisor and
and Street Committee, to promptly "make
smooth tho rugged and straight tho crooked
places," with pleasure. It is only fair that
when we complain of apparent neglect, we
commend known promptness. With ten
miles of sidewalk to look after, and about
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY a. 1ST9.
half of it In a rapMly decaying uu,
it is scarcely reasonable to expect ; that a
forco of three or four men will alwayg bo
found in readings to repair breaches on a
moment's or even a day's notice.
-Uncle Jimmy McCrito, of Ilazlcwood
precinct, was m tho city, yesterday. Ho
informed us that the health of his neighbor
hood was never better; that the wheat of
the neighborhood had nil been cut, but
that the thresher didn't make his appear
ance until yesterday. The yield is regard
. . . 1 I .. iiAn.l iln
ed as bountiful, nnd the quality of tho best.
The farmers everywhere .are greatly tu
couraged by the out-look.
When the appropriation for tho mail
service was exhausted one of the narrow
gauge mail agents was suspended from
service. While thus suspended he sick
ened and died. Tho department having
been placed iu control of ample funds
again, the narrow-gauge force has been re
stored to the maximum, by the appoint
ment of Judge Bird to the position form
erly occupied by the agent now tleceased.
He will enter the service at once.
One of our cotemporaries ventured the
prediction that Crossland, the Englishman.
would beat O'Leary, in the seventy-five
hour walk, recently coucluded iu Chicago,
twenty-live miles, in almost any eveut. One
of our citizens, thinking O'Leary had had
Ins day, ventured ten dollar on Crossland,
and is now that much poorer. If O Leary
is not a dissipated man, there is no good
reason why he may not, even yet, recover
from his terrible New York set back.
Carl Peters & Brother want the public
to know they have just received for Fourth
of July consumption, the finest, fattest,
healthiest lot of spring chickens, ever
brought to the Cairo market. Also a large
supply of undoubtedly fresh eggs. They
also maintain a full stock ot family gro
ceries, including the famous Rustin butter,
always on ice ; and provisions, vegetables,
etc. Call at "The Daily Market," Eighth
street, between Washington and Commer
cial. Little Kid" who is ia our county jail,
booked for a trip to the penitentiary, seems
to have passed from place to place with a
celerity that rendered him almost ubiquit
ous. In Charleston one day, -amusing the
boys," be is in Union City the next; is
making an excursion on the Idlewild the
next day, nnd on the fourth day he is in
the Alexander county jail for larceny. Fcr
his presence in Cairo, we have the evidence
of our senses. For his presence at the
other points named we have the testimony
of two of our exchanges.
The Rcfojin club' will conclude its
day's festivity with a grand moon-light
excursion otthe steamer Eckert, leaving
the Cairo finding about 8 o'clock. The
best cotiifTon baud in the city will discourse
music Refreshments, including ice-cream,
ice-sherbets, and ice-cold temperance drinks,
will be served at a moderate price on the
boat; and the management will provide in
every possible manner for the enjoyment
of tho excursionists. For price of tickets,
etc.. see hand bills circulated all about the
Rather an odd sort of a horse race
came off in the park yesterday evening,
between an animal owned by Harry Walker
and another owned by Dan Ilartman. The
conditions of the race were that Hartman's
horse should trot entirely around the rin'
a half mile; that WalkerV horse should
trot two-thirds of the way around and run
the balance of the way. Witli this under
standing and in strict accordance with the
prescribed terms the circuit of the ring
,de, and Hartman's horse was the
Capt. Ike Ostrander received a letter
from Sprout's mines, yesterday, which was
written under date of the 27th tilt. It
speaks in very enthusiastic terms of the
prospects. An old miner and prospector,
has inspected the "blossoms" and siirns, and
leclares that there'sno mistake about it the
mines are bound to develop great richness.
Everybody feels much encouraged, and the
country all about the mines is in a fever of
excitement as well over what has been
achieved as over what seems of certain and
Capt. W. II. Walker's Cairo dry docks
will be started for Memphis, to-day, iu tow
of the steamer Charley McDonald. We
take it that this move is influenced by the
consideration that thedocks are "portable,"
and can, when the owner wants to be Imp
py and prosperous again, lie towed back
. riM. ,.. , ' . , . . T 1.!..
again. They are merely loaned to Memphis
a neighborly kindness she will recipro
cate, by sending 'em back in duo season, in
as good condition as she received them, nat
ural wear and tear, excepted. Frank
Walker will accompany his father to tho
Tho Chicago Tribune, News, and oth
er western newspapers have indulged in
ugly forebodings touching Communistic
doings on the Fourth ot July. Tho News
anticipating a rousing demonstration by
the trades unions and working men goner
ally, on tho Fourth, congratulates tho "or
dor-loving" people that two thousand ritled
muskets have been placed within conven
ient reach of those who may wish to uso them
in defense of life and property. Tho News
certainly has a winning way for bringing
on tho disturbances, for which it effects
groat dread and horror. To tell men that
nothing better than a bloody riot is expect
cd of them, andcouplo the information with
a threat that they will bo shot down like
dogsda not the l:st way that can be thought
of to promote quiet and good order, Tho
working men of Chicago might have boon
spared such threats and suspicions, Hold
as a gang of ruffians, aud out-laws, a feellmr
of resentment and restlessness is natural-
but aside from local drunken broils, Chica
go will see no bloobsbcd on tho Fourth
Iu tho stacks of tire-crackers, boxes of
torpedoes, bundles of 6ky-rockets, nnd in
the Mags of all sizes that fill tho show-win
dows ot our family groceries and confec
tionary establishments, we have an intima
tion of tho near approach of the Fourth of
July that is not a whit more convincing
than the general willingness ana eagerness
of the little folks to do something to earn a
nickel. All the industry, of these little
people, all their hoarded nickles will go
out in smoke and noise, Friday morning,
by 10 o'clock. Subsequent banging, pop
ping and fizzing must be kept up by tho
direct outlays of pa and ma.
The action of the United States Cir
cuit Court iu granting Receiver Smithers,
of the Cairo and St. Louis railroad, the
power to purchase real estate in East St.
Louis worth $41,000; to pay for the same
with Receiver's Certificates which are to
operate as a first lien upon the property;
and in granting him power to issue addi
tional Receiver's Certificates to the amount
of $1)0,000, from which to realize money
wherewith to Improve the real estate these
acts rather plainly indicate that the com
pany has determined to locate its machine
and repair shops in East St. Louis, and to
commence the erection of the buildings as
soon as may be.
The Industrial school for homeless or
phangirls, for the success of which a num
ber of our Cairo ladies have expended much
effort, is said to have realized from tho Au
thor's Carnival, in Chicago, the very hand
some sum of two thousand dollars. Tho
Carnival, a description of which was given
in The Bulletin", was, ia the thoroughness
of its conception, the fidelity of its detail
and in its magnificence as a whole, one of
the grandest and most attractive affairs
ever witnessed in the Northwest. Can't
we. iu the years to come, in aid of some
deserving undertaking, make a prodigious
effort, invite our neighbors toouras.istance,
and get up a congress of authors that will
set Cairo ablaze with wonder and admira
tion? We have an unshaken faith ia our
ability to do almost anything.
The probabilities are that we shall
need a Cromwell for our City Council. At
half past 10 o'clock last night it com
menced the allowance of claims against
the city. As the members entered
upou an allowance of each city
officer's salary, separately, it is not
unlikely that the same rule extended
to the several items of other claims. If it
did, the allowance of claims consumed the
balance ot the night. We need not add
that the session was a warm one that the
right feeling did not prevail; and that the
responsibility for such state
of affairs could not be charged wholly
to either wing of the body.
The state of feeling manifested is to be de
plored, and the well being of the city de
mands that means be adopted, at once, to
bring about a better understanding.
If Leadville has a counterpart any
where m America. St. Clair county furn
ishes that counterpart in the city of East
St. Louis. According to the statement of
its own papers, for every forty-five cents the
people expend there for the support of the
ministry, they expend four hundred dollars
for the support of the saloon keepers.
Cairo being one terminus of the Short Liue
railroad, and East St. Louis the other, with
only seven hours' ride between them, it
would seem that our moral practices and
precepts ought to exert u restraining etl'ect:
but, utterly ignoring our example, the peo
ple there run riot in wickedness that appalls
and astounds the whole country. A single
number of the East St. Louis Herald, re
ceived yesterday, tells us how ruffianly,
brutal negro men are hired to assassinate
quiet citizens; to invade tne laniuy circo
and beat, bruise, maim and kill. It tells
how one man is sentenced tu tho penitenti
ary for fourteen years and another for life,
for setting lire to buildings, and thereby
burning to death live human beings tho
object being to destroy the tenant of the
house, (a widow woman who had tailed
to nav her rent.) ami to si euro the
amount for which the buildings were
insured. The story of corporation
troubles that have cost continual
commotion and frequent bloodshot:, is
vet unfinished; and the paper is often bluck
with double-lined captions, attracting the
reader's attention to bloody lights, heartless
robberies, burglaries, rapes and villainies
of every kind and degree known among
civilized men. On Saturday last, a poor
woman with live helpless children, arrived
by the Cairo Short-lino from Union county.
Her utter helplessness, and tho evidence of
her poverty should have been a protection
to her; but East St. Louis sharpers marked
her for their victim. Pretending that ho
was escorting her to the train that was to
convey her to Minnesota, a glib tongtied
vnunir scoundrel secured her carpet sack.
He had proceeded but a few steps before a
contcderate snatched it and mounted a
passing train. Under a pretense oi chasing
tho thief, tho first young man mounted the
train also, and both were soon whirling
away towards St. Louis. The carpet sack
contained every dollar the poor woman had
In tho world;' but having liv.d several
years in Southern Illinois, and attuned htr
voico to the calling of cattle and hogs a
mile away, oho WIW nblc to make herself
heard above all the rumble, puffing und
whistling of a score of trains. Tho pollco
responded; saw tho brace of robbers on tho
departing train, but regarded capture out
of the question. The poor woman, gave
way to tears, and groans and lamentations,
but only for ft moment. Ascending the
bridge approach, the link connecting the
two rear cars to tho train separated, and
now the iletatched cars were rapidly re
turning, with the two robbers on board, to
the place of starting. Wilhin a hundred
yards of the police, tho rascals, with the
carpet sack iu hand, jumped the cars. A
chase, tho bang ot pistols, a great hurrah
followed ; and five minutes later, the carpet
sack was restored to its owner; and the
would-be robbers of a helpless widow and
five orphan children, were on their way to
prison. The only remarkable feature of
this affair is the capture of the culprits.
Had they escaped, and left the wretched
widow and her five children penniless
among strangers, the crime would have
been characteristic of the villains who con
gregate in Ea.st St. Louis, to prey upon tho
ignorant and unsuspecting whom circum
stances throw within the reach of their
The burglarizing of Haythorn & Cos
store, just before daylight, yesterday morn
ing, was one of tho most daring crimes that
has been committed in Cairo in many a
day. About half past three o'clock the
watchman of wharf-bout No. 2, saw a man
on the levee watching some buudles, and
thiuking there was something amiss, be
notified the police, who upon arriviug upon
the ground, found the bundles, but the sus
picious stranger had fiown. The bundles con
taining goods that had evidently been stolen
from a Cairo store, the police set out upon
a search for the establishment that had
been despoiled of them. In passing the
rear of Haythorn' store policeman John P.
Hogaa saw a man in the privy. As the
man had his pistol drawn Hogau pretended
that he had not seen him, and passing
around the privy he approached the door
from the other side, and placed his pistol to
e stranger's head, before the latter had
time to raise his hand. Bringing his man out,
and securing as-iistar.ee, ho proceeded to
search him. In the fellow' pocket a lot of
shoe-strings belonging to the store, were
found, and in the privy vault were a lot of
new pocket books. But for the worthless
shoe-strings it would have been rather a
difficult matter to have connected the fel
low with the burglary. He gave his name
as James Kclley. The articles found on
the wharf consisted of kid gloves and val
uable notions, and were worth several
hundred dollars. Kelley will be examined
to-morrow, time having been granted to
to him to secure the presence of "impor
tant witnesses." The entrance to the house
was effected through the back door.
FOURTH OF JULY LEMON'S.
Just received fresh and in good order,
100 boxes choice selected Sicily lemons,
which I oiler to the city and country trade,
at reasonable figuies. S. E. Wilson,
No. Si, Ohio Levee.
William Alu.a will open his new Barber
Shop in a few days. New, clean, airy and
commodious. His prices will be put down
to suit the times. Shaving 10 cents; Hair
cut 23 cents; Shampooing 23 cents; Hair
and Whiskers dyeing in projortion. Ho in
vites all his old customers to call on him in
his new quarters, and new friends and the
public generally, will find good workmen
and satisfactory work.
Ri ston Cei.eiir.vted Butter at retail at
New York Store.
TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Bids will be received by the under
signed until Wednesday 12 o'clock, noon,
for furnishing material and building the
business bouses on lots 2 and 3 in block
24. citv of Cairo, according to plans and
specifications in possession of Mr. Saup.
Graham and corn flour always fre-ih at
New York Store.
A Rkoular Hack leaves the St. Charles
Hotel daily, at 8 a. in., and 1 and G p. m.,
for the Court House, running up Levee to
Sixth Street; Sixth street to Commercial
avenue; Commercial to Twentieth street;
up Twentieth to Court House. Returning
down Washington uveuuo to Eighth; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, and down the Levee
to St. Charles Hotel. Faro each way, or
part of the way, .1 cents.
ATTENTION EVERYBODY ! !
Prices for everything are down, and to
bo up with the times, the undersigned has
established tho following prices at his shop
on and after this date:
II MR C'UTTINO 20c.
Children's Hair Cutting 15c.
By placing his prices at a figure propor
tionate to tho declino in other fields of
labor, ho hopes to continue receiving tho
patronage of his old customers and many
new ones, and assures one and all that his
work will be done in a prompt and effi
Shop No. 58 Ohio levee, 2 doors above
tho Planter's House, between Fourth ami
Sixth streets. Geo. Wise.
Tex Cents Worth. It you want a neat
smooth bIiuvc for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 2.1 cents, or anything dso in
tho toworial line, remember tho place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 143 Commer
RULES ADOPTED BY THE CAIRO
JOCKEY CLUB FOR THE RACES ON
THE FOURTH OF JULY.
All entries must be made at P. H.
Schuh's cigars store before 5 o'clock p. ra.,
Owners can withdraw their entries by
paying ten per ceut. of purse; provided, no
pools have been sold on their horses before
the time of withdrawal. .
Owners, when making their entries, must
give age and name of their horse; also,
colors to be worn by their rider.
The Jockey Club will furnish colors to
each horse, so that if two or more owners
hr.vc the same colors they can bo known by
the Jocki y Club colors.
Weights Two years old, 80 lbs.; three
years old, 03 lbs.; four years old, 110 lbs.;
five years old, 11.1 lbs.; six years and over,
11S lbs.; in all our races, except trotting
and mule races, with a deduction of three
lbs. for mares and geldings.
Trotters may pull any weight that may
best suit them, and mules can carry what
their owners sec tit to put on them.
Tho second Udl, culling the riders to
mount for the first mile dash, will be rung
promptly at 2:.'J0 o'clock p. m., and tho
other races will follow in quick succession.
C. C. Mason, Sec y C. J. C.
Notice On and after July 1st, the price
at my shop will bo reduced to the following
;uies: Shaving, 10 cents; hair cutting,
cents; shampooine;, 23 cents.
Hair and whiskcrdying in proportion.
GratetuI to my old, customers for their
past favors, I ask a continuance of the
same, assuring them as well as others who
may wish to call, that all work will U;
lone in first class style and workmanlike
Shop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
ler County Bunk. J. Geo. Steixhouse
Wanted. food tlr! toc""lc and do c In ral lii.u-e
work in a fm!l faim!y. Tuunc coining wiil re
ommiT.ded. a plcacai.t. permanent Luue und ci'd
will be given. Applv to
Ma Die MARFAN.
Corner Fourteenth ct and W:!.tni:tic av.
BUGGY AND HARNESS
For fa'.e, fli.j'e tt of liani- and a n arly new
side bar optti I'liiii.-)-. Apply at t if- Hall, tin .S;v.
FOURTH OF JULY
rT. Mary's Pakk,
I'Litr tfcc 'i :.-; l(ti o!
CAIKO JOCKY CLL'B
5 KA.CKS o
Mnc'.e wile dacb, mt'v ...
Half mile dach, puii-
Half mile d.'.L, Cairo uork l.orre.-. y:tri
.Mule r ice .
Trottliif rare, mile ln-sK Wet two In ::::i
Ten pi-r c.Tit entrar.ee I e to ai'dei'. to tin- u'm.i
Glass Ball Shooting Match.
FOR FIVE PRIZES
to l c under t lit- rti.it..i-, i:u i.t
Kent. Ei" . of tlr. ;ty.
Music, Dancing, and Grand Di-play ot
Firework in Evening.
The Cl'Jti iriarantee u ir'md t;Ir).- ,, i;i a ,
anre. i.iood dancing i'.imt aiid r i r- -tj rti--i. i .
The I. C. J x. U.
CP 1TTT AND ALL 1'OINTS
01. lilL I- the jirn wKsi
DENVER iiml all points Wesf.
MONTREAL and BOSTON,
And ell Eastern point at very low r:ite
KOEHLER BROS., Proprietors,
Corner Wanhlneton Avenue nnd Eltfht Mreet and
Corner Eleventli mid WuelilUKton Ave.
A full and complete mipply of the lief t of all
kind meat alwaya ou baud.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
Wholciale and Retail Deulera lu
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
ME88R9. 8MYTII CO. havo conatantly a lame
Ptock of thu bent good In the market and jrlv
eapcclal attention lo tho wholuaalu branch r tbt