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J A. BRYANT, M. P.
OFFICE! Eighth ana Wa'Ulnstou Aveuuu.
RESIDENCE :-Coruor Slceteeutu and Wua
II. MAREAN, M. D,
Homeopathic Physician ami Suryeon.
Offlco HO Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Wahluton avenue, Cairo.
y- R. SMITH, M. D.
Otllce nnrt Residence :
0. -21 TUIHTEENTli STREET, CAIRO, ILL.
pR. E. W. WHITL0CK,
Orm-K-Xo. lit. Commercial Aveuue, between
EV.-htli :intl Ninth Street
W. C. J0CELYX,
iFFICE EisUtt Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With t'ae Widows' ami Oorphan' Mu-
unl AM Society
JIXEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TIlAINt .UIMVK. TRAINS DEI-AKT
Mtiil 4:05 a.m. I Mall 3:10a.m.
Express 2:00 p.ni. ExpreSB 6:(Xp.m.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R
Miiil 1U:00 p.m. Mall 4 : a.m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
Exvre S :to p.m. I ExprcM 3 :tt a. m
Accom'datlon.W:4S p.m. I Accom'datiun.li:35p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND N EV ORLEANS R.R
lall ..... 5:&)p.ra. I Mall.... 5:0Ua.m.
C A. AT. RAILROAD"
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Accommodate. s:Su a.m. I
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Moruinj Daily in Southern Illinois,
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured ami all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventli and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
.iod kept on sale. ' Repairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
ood supply of walnut moulding and wire
loth for screens,to be made up in the latest
Vxml best style. Prices very low.
Ick, Ice WHOLESALE and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial ;
jvt Sargeanrs, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-office.
A RaiCLAU Hack leaves the St. Charles
Hotel daily, at 8 a. m., and 1 and C 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
lown Washington avenue to Eighth ; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, and down the Levee
to St. Charles Hotel. Fare each way. or
, part of the way, 5 cents,
Fishing tackle, Rods, bait, 'etc., wire
clotli for screens," ice cream freezers, etc.,
it bottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, and
Hardware of all descriptions. Dog collars,
Refrigerators, Revolvers, Razors, pocket
Knives, silver plated knives, forks and
spouuts, lamps and larup fixtures and a
thousand of other articles at C. W. Hen
derson's,' Commercial avenue, corner
ATTENTION EVERYBODY I !
Prices for everything arc down, and to
be up with the times, the undersigned has
established the following prices at his shop
ou and after this date:
Haik Ccttino 20c.
Children's Hair Ccttino l"c.
By placing his prices at a figure propor
tionate to the decline in other fields of
labor, he hopes to continue receiving the
patronage of his old customers and many
new ones, and assures one and all, that Ii is
work will be done in a prompt and effi
Shop No. 58 Ohio levee, 2 doors above
fhe Planter's House, between Fourth and
Sixth streets. Geo. Wise.
Notice Ou and after July 1st. the prices
at my shop will be reduced to the following
figures: Shaving, 10 cents; hair cutting,
cent; shampooing, 25 rents.
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
wraienu to my old customers for their
pant favors, I ask a continuance Of the
name, assuring them as well as others who
rosy wish to call, that nil work will be
done in first class tyU and workmanlike
Shop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
der County Bank. J. Oko. Smsitot sK
. ICE! ICE I ICE!
, I aui prepared to furnish ice -wholesale
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth Ktrcet, between Commercial and
Washington avenue, next door to Bristol'
grocery atort'. Jacob Kt.r.s.
FOR HOME CONSUMPTION.
' NO PAPER
Will be issued from this office to-morrow,
because The Bulletin force, being com
posed of sterling patriots, wants to see the
races, cscurse, etc. We but rarely avail
ourselves ot the national holidays to drop
au issue of the paper, but feel compelled to
yield tii the demands of "Independence
day," and pass from labor to patriotic rec
reation. The next paper will lie published,
therefore, on Sunday morning.
The post-office will be closed ' to-day,
except as on Sundays.
P. J. Thistlewood has gone on a visit
to his old home near Philadelphia.
William Alba is putting the finishing
touches ou the handsomest barber shop iu
Mr. David Oxley, master mechanic of
the southern division of the I. C. R. R., was
in Cairo, yesterday.
If not detained from some cause the
government steamer Wachusctt, should ar
rive in port to-morrow.
The gardners in the vicinity of Cobden
are now gathering tomatoes from over six
hundred thousand vines.
Don't forget that Phil Saup's is the
place to buy fire-works, flags, torpedoes,
Chinese lanterns, etc., cheap.
Tlie youngsters last night, gave us a
noisy foretaste of this morning. The bang
ing of fire crackers was almost continuous.
Parties who intend to apply for teach
ers' certificates are referred to the County
Superintendent's notice in another column.
Phil Saup has an immense stock of
flags at all prices. Torpedoes, confoction
aries, etc., larger and finer than ever be
fore. The first watermelons of the season
was captured, yesterday, by a colored man,
and carried in triumph to the Fourth
Mrs. Sim Rittenhouse left the city, yes
terday, for Cieves, Ohio, where she will re
main, several weeks, in the family of her
Jake Walter the popular Eighth etreet
butcher, has purchased a big bear, which
he proposes to fatten for Christmas con
"Hurrah for Phil Saup and the Fourth
oi J my: itiatstno place to nuy your
Chinese lanterns, flags, fancy articles, fire
works, fire-crackers, etc.
The city jail, yesterday, contained only
one inmate. His name is John Arthur, and
he is serving out a sentence of twenty days
for carrying concealed weapons.
Mrs. 0. A. Osbora has returned from
her visit to her daughter. She says that
Capt. Poor's orchard lias yielded him more
apples this year than lie finds time to
Boys, go to the ''headquarters'' if you
want cheap fire-works, rockets, wheels, tor
pedos, Chinese lanterns, or anything else
for the 4th of July. "Headquarters" is at
Fred Teichman yesterday put up the
"boss" head light of the city. It came
from New York, ordered by II. T. Gerould.
Letcher, Horn, and half a dozen more
bossed the job.
For three days iu succession, now
Squire Osborn has solemnized a marrhge.
The pair united by him, yesterday, was Mr.
Valentine Rutledge and Miss Miss Mary
Horby, both of Kentucky.
Col. Lowry is again in the city after a
protracted, and we arc glad to add, a suc
cessful lecturing tour throughout the lsth
Congressional district. He talks temper
ance well, and works it well.
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, county superinten
dent of public schools, will leave fur the vil
lage of Thebe., Sunday, to take chrage of the
teachers' institute that opens there on Mon
day. She will be absent one month.
Frank Anderson who didn't steal
Charlie Hodge's cassimcres, although
caught with his shapely -legs encased there
in, had his preliminary hearing before
Squire Robinson, yesterday, and was sent
to jail in default of $100 bail.
Mack Sanford scheduled his wearing
apparel yesterday morning, and found it
short two full suits and a pair of shoes
The suspected party was expected in the
city last night. If he arrived he was, most
likely nabbed and rnlaboosed.
Dr. Iluggins, the renowned prestidigi
tator, is fn the city, and will, as soon as
preliminaries can be arranged, give a num
bur ot his marvelous entertainments. Due
nonce win oe given oi time, place, etc., ns
the Doctor doesn't snare printer's ink.
The Logan hatchet lias evidently been
concerned in the hacking otf of the official
head of Dr. DeLancy, deputy revenue agent
at Centralis. We have not heard the name
of the Doctor's successor, and do not know
that he has been named. The office will be
removed to Du Quoin.
Esquire Osborn had just prououueed a
Kentucky couple "man and wife,"yester
diry, when a rather odorous negro man ad
dressed Htm as follows: "Great Jewslcm.
Squire; but I do want some of that: and
if I can get my yaller gal willm', how
much'll it cost me?" The Squire's reply
mat tne license would cost one dollar, am
H, ulll.... . . ..
"i"iiig ceremony two dollars more,
niqcnea me uarucy's ardor at once. He
cogitated a moment, then brightening un
ou.u, mhoii tin squire if ho couldn't
marry him 8 CeuU worth? Bohi" in
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;"
formed that marriage couldn't be adminis
tered iu broken doses, he rejoined that ho
supposed his yaller gal was too big a fool
to have him; hut he thought that if the
Squire was willin he'd take advantago of
her absence, and marry her 8.1 cents worth,
The young ladies and gentlemen who
constitute the graduating class of 1879, of
thePadiicah High School, were In Cairo,
yesterday. They had been properly im
pressed with the idea that no education
can be considered ns completeunless it in
cludes what the rye can take in by a visit
The excursions and picnics of the Re
form club are never attended by accidents
and ugly mishaps, because of sensible and
diligently enforced precautionary measures;
because childieu are not permitted to par
ticipate unless attended by ftdults, and be
cause everybody is sober, and on constant
outlook. Absolute security against mishap
is thus guaranteed.
Dr. Iluggins, late from Africa, Bra.il,
South America, and Cuba, by way of the
City of Mexico, is iu the city with all his
prestidigitators and all his wonders in nat
ural Magic and astonishing experiment ill
Electricity, Philosophy and Witchcraft,
Combination of Knicknacks, etc., etc. He
will commence his exhibitions early next
week: Due notice will be given.
It is not at all likely that our patriotic
citizens would devote much of this blessed
"Independence Day" to newspaper reading,
should we tempt them with our usual five
columns of editorial and local matter. Be
lieving this, and the day, because of its
heat, not being provocative of industry in
hunting up items or of perseverence in
writing them out, the reader, as can be
seen, is not tempted.
Dr. Frank Mctcalf, who accompanied
his mother to Crittenden Sulpher springs,
has returned home. He says that the ben
eficial effect of the waters was felt by his
mother almost at once; and when he left
the springs she had improved greatly.
These springs f.re not an attractive resort
to pleasure seekers; but there can be no
doubt about -it, for certain classes of disease,
the waters are an absolutely infallible
The Bulletin's price for the insertion
of local business notices. Is ten tents per
line for the first insertion, and five cents
per line for the second insertion. The bus
iness man who patronizes us obtains a
large return on his money, for the paper
goes into almost every store, shop, hotel
and reading family in the city. The price
is reasonable; ordinarily liberal business
men pay it uncomplainingly, and it will be
Officer Wooten is preparing a book
for the inspection of the Board of Health,
in which he proposes to record the name
of every householder in the city: the num
Ler of his lot, the condition of his premises,
out-houses, privy vaults, etc. To obtain
the desired facts he will start on a tour of
inspection early next week. Jle will also
compile a limited census of the city. It is
quite a laborious job the officer is under
taking, but he'll prove himself equal to its
We suppose that Mr. Davis is indebted
to "the little bird" for the information em
bodied in the following paragraph. The
Bulletin has received no intimation of
such an arrangement. We quote from the
Sun of yesterday evening:
"And so we have lost John H. Oberly, as
we expected. He is now at the head of a
company owning the Springfield Register,
and will be tlie cditor-in chief. Ve con
gratulate him on his continued gixid luck.
Guess we can get the Register in exchange
Mr. Tom O'Brien ami Miss Amanda
Sowers were married iy Squire Oslxiru, on
Wednesday, and at night, by way of cele
brating the event, the happy couple
brought in a keg of beer. About 1 o'clock,
yesterday morning the eelebraters became
boisterous, and Mrs. O'Brien becoming oh
noxiously so, Mr. Jenkins Wilkinson, a
neighbor, caused her arrest tor disturbing
the peace. Squire Comings lined the
"bride of a 'lay," and the payment of the
tine being secured, she returned to the en
joyment of her interrupted honeymoon.
The couple of hundred or more couples
of young folks, ond the eminently respecta
ble crowd of older people who may nike
the moonlight excursion on the Echert to
night, will feel all the better for it to-morrow.
The excursion, tind the amusement
and recreation incident to it, will, in after
time, form a "green spot" in the memory
of all who participate. There will be
dancing, of course. A large siring baud of
reputable musicians, skilled callers, floor
managers all these will be in their places;
and the one grand controlling purpose of
the evening will be to have a gond time
amusement w ithout excess, exercise with
-The means for amusement and pastime
to-day, are varied; but among the most
sensible and attractive are those provided
by the committee of the Temperance Re
form club, Viz; an excursion on the steamer
Eckert, twenty miles up the Ohio river to
Maybcrry landing, and a stroll, a inR, a
basket dinner in thf woods of that very ro
mantic locality. It need not feared
that the boat will be over-crowded. If flvo
thousand ot our people want to jf0, their
sate and comtortnble conveyance will be
provided ior. families or groupeg can
take refreshments of their own; but as
many persons prefer not to be cncumVrcd
FRIDAY MQKNim JULY
with baskets, refreshments will bo'sold on
tho boat and on the grouuda. An accident
or unpleasant mishap has never yet marred
the pleasures of a temperance picnic. They
Bccm to bo favored demonstrations. Take
your wife then; put strong clothing on tho
children, provide an abundance of edibles
(if you prefer not to buy) and The Bulle
tin is ready to underwrite for it, that you
will have a good time.
Curl Peters rind Brother want the pub
lic to know they have just received for
Fourth of .July consumption, the finest, fat
test healthiest lot ot spring chickens, ever
brought to the Cairo market. Also a large
supply of undoubtedly fresh eggs. They
also maintain a full 'stock of 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. Miss Kittie Alvi.rd returned home yes
terday morning, from her first year in the
Northwestern University, located at Evans
ton, 111. During the past year she has de
voted herself closely to Latin and Greek,
and in addition took one hundred lessons,
in her favorite study, Elocution, under the
celebrated Elocutionist, R. McLune Cum
nock. Miss Kittie is looking well, und
s::ys slie is glad to get back to Cairo again
for rest and recreation. She will go back
and resume her studies on tho 1st of Sep
tembe.rlfor her second year.
One of our citizens has, among the
picture's that adorn his parlor walls, a tine
steel engraving of Washington. One of
his wife's country female acquaintances
made a call a few days ago, and after ex
changing the compliments of the season,
commenced an inspection of tho pictures.
After much guessing as ft whose shadows
were caught in the several elegant photo
graphs, she caine to the artist's proof of
Washington. "Now that's a beautiful pho
tograph, really, and it it isn't a likeness of
your husband's father, you'll have to tell
me; for I couldn't guess it in a' life-time."
The Paducah and Danville railroad
was recently sold for $2.'tf.000. We make
this announcement on the authority of the
Robinson Democrat. The same parties bid
it off that bought it before, so it eventually
falls into the hands of the Wabash A; West
ern and Cairo & Vincennes roads, who will
immediately run it through to St. Francis
ville and intersect the Cairo A- Vincennes
road at that point. Considerable complaint
has been made by New Orleans and other
Southern cities, that trade with Chicago in
many classes of merchandise, of the high
tariff of the Illinois Central road, and as
the competition of the P. ic I), will make
it by thirty-six miles the shortest route,
there can be no reason why we can't offer
that road a fair competition. We w ill then
have a direct route from Chicago to Cairo,
the head of all Southern trade, without
change of cars. So we say let it come,
and we will extend our hands in brotherly
The Paducah News, receiving its in
formation from Marshal Birschett, refers as
follows to the arrest of the Idlewild thieves :
"From Mr. B. we learn that the arrest of
Woods and Eevans was brought about solely
through the information the Cairo police
received from this point; which was sent
forward by Mr. B. Fortunately the two
rascals had been arrested on the charge of
breaking the peace and had been locked
up. When the telegram from Marshal
Birschett, inforaing the police of his sus
picions, reached that dace they went out
to jail and exanined the rascals and got
the watch and jewelry. There was no third
party in the affair, as we stated in our lst.
Upon Mr. B. reaching Cairo the police
there offered to give up the prisoners, if he
desired; bnt as they refused to:onio to Pa
ducah they were tried as stated. The lady
who lost the jewelry had been notified of
the arrest and had gone to Cairo to identify
her property. She reached Cairo on the
Fisk, and shortly after her arrival the trial
took place. The young lady got her watch
and last night returned to this place on her
way to her home in Evansville.
Her gratefulness to Marshal Birschett in
securing her watch and chain will no
doubt give him a good reputation, iu
Evansville at least."
As we have before remarked, the police
of Cairo regard the affair in the light of a
very common-place transaction. From the
commission of the theft up to the prelimin
ary examination of the thieves nothing oc
curred that betrayed anything beyond very
ordinary detective sagacity. But, since it
is a much-talked of affair, it is well enough
to have the facts known us they actually
transpired. Briefly, they are as follows:
A lady on the Idlewild is robbed of her
watch and jewelry. The thieves leave the
boat at,'airo. They are spotted ns suspic
ious characters by the Cairo police; are
followed to a bawdy house where they are
arrested for a breach of the peace. They
are searched at the jail door; three rings
and a watch are found upon their pwrsons.
The police at once conclude that tho prop
erty has boon stolen. Next morning Mar
shal Birschett informs them of the Idle-
wild burglary and that's all. If there is
anything in a transaction of this kind to
give a policeman "reputation in Evansville"
or elsewhere, we are wnouy unatue to see
It. Tho assertion that tho Cairo police "ex
amined tho rascals" ut tho suggestion of
Birschett, is not altogether in harmony
with tho facts. As our police are not in the
habit of confining prisoners with whatever
they may happen to have upon their per
sons, the watch and jewelry were in tho
hands of the culprits' captors, eight or ten
hours before Marshal Berschitt was heard
from. Our police knew the articles had
been stolen; but didn't know from whom.
Somebody told Marshal Berschitt "from
whom," and he communicated his informa
tion to Cairo.
THE FOURTH OF JULY.
WHOLESOME II EM AUKS AND A SENSII1LE SUG
GESTION. It was our purpose to say something ap
propriate to the occasion, but somebody in
the St. Louis Times-Journal office, who evi
dently thinks through our quill, has said
precisely what we intended to say. We
therefore adopt his "say," and, with a few
corrections, present it as our own.
In speaking for us the Times-Journal
writer says :
"It there is a day in the year that should
bo known as affording security and the pro
tection of the law to the person und prop
erty ot an American citizen, that day is
certainly the Fourth of July. By a singu
lar nnd contradictory condition of affairs,
on that day ot ull days in the year the
American citizens stands most in need of
protection, both in his person and his prop
erty. It is independence day, and, there
fore, every one feels free to do whatever
foolish thing may suggest itself. There are
so many free people or. the Fourth of July
that the rights of those who because of
sickness or other . cause would
be benefited by a little re
straint ::s to the free element, are entirely
overlooked orjorgotten. It is somewhat
singular that a people who despise the
heathen Chinese as they do the devil him
self, should proclaim their freedom by fall
ing into the customs and adopting the man
ners of the Chines.- fools. This singular
spectacle we witness regularly on the
Fourth of July. Even- enthusiastic free
man is wont to make a dangerous nuianci.'
ot himself by the indiscriminate and reck
less setting off of fireworks t.nd burning
gunpowder. On this day, ail people, fit on
no occasion to be intrusted with
explosives and ct gibu'-tibles, will
be most industriously engaged
in scattering these bhzes throughout
the city. Children and fre-edmea will vie
with each other in showering Are t:p-:;
housetops und in r.trpeu windows, und in
shooting blazing Chinese work? everywhere
that gunpowder can carry them. On the
day following will te recorded the usual
list of killed and wounded, and destructive
conflagrations. It is surprising that in
large cities such genera! disregard tor life
and property should be permit
ted by the authorities. It
is also singular that fire insurance compan
ies, usually so watchful, should have so long
remained silent concerning a matter that
affects them most seriously. A little judici
ous action at the right time would insure
an abatement of the nuisance by such
stringent legislation as would prove effec
tive. If fireworks tire r.ccessary on the
Fourth of July they should be provided by
the authorities and safely superintended by
ALEXANDER COUNTY TEACHERS' IN
The Annual Teachers' Institute will be
held in Thebes, opening Monday, July 7th,
and continuing four weeks. It is desirable
that parties desiring to teach in the country
districts be present. An examination will
be held at the close, ami an advance of 5
per cent, on last year's work, in each
branch, will be necessary to secure a corti
cate. Mus. P. A. Taylor,
Co. Sup't. Pub. Schools.
FOURTH OF JULY LEMONS.
Juit received fresh and in good order,
100 boxes choice selected Sicily lemons,
which I otlerto the city and country trade,
at reasonable figures. S. E. Wilson,
No. Si, Ohio Levee.
AT TIIETLANTERx' HOUSE.
Mrs. Bishop, Nashville; W. M. R. Wiley.
Vienna; Joseph Treece, Anna; C. F. Linzie,
DuQuoin; E. Tuteloff, Memphis; Mrs.
Johnscn, Dongola; Highland Towers, Phil
adelphia; S. B. Parson, Chicago; J. C. Wil
lis, Miss Fannie Willis. Miss A. B. Carter,
andB. N. Hatcher, Metropolis; Mis9 Hat
tie Kohn, Farth worth, Texas; W. A. Mc
Enroe, Metropolis; II. T. Jones, Ash Hill,
Mo.;,Tno. B. Higgins und J. T. Blair,
Arkadelphia, Ark.; V. Vandermane, St.
Mrs. Williamson notifies tho public that
she pays no bills of Mr. Williamson's mak
ing, and she requests her customers not to
settle their bills with him, but come to her.
Mi;. L. Williamson.
RULES ADOPTED BY THE CAIRO
JOCKEY CLUB FOR THE RACES ON
THE FOURTH OF JULY.
All entries must be amide at P. II.
Schuh's cigars store before .1 o'clock p. m.,
July :jd. '
Owners can withdraw their entries by
paying ten per cent, of purse; provided, no
pools have been sold on their horses before
the time of withdrawal.
Owners, when making their entiles, 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 ownors
luivo the (same colors they can bo known by
the Jockey Ciub colors.
Weicuits Two years old, M lbs.; three
years old, 0.1 lbs.; four years olJ, HO l1"-'
five years old, 11, lbs.; six years nnd over,
11S lbs.; in nil our races, except trotting
and mulo races, with a deduction of thrco
lbs. for marcs and geldings.
Trotters may pull any weight that may
best suit them, ond mules can carry what
their owners sco tit to put on them.
Tho sofond bell, calling the riders to
mount for the first mile dash, will be rung
promptly at 2:C0 o'clock p. in., and tho
other races will follow in quick succession.
Ten Cents Worth. It vou want n neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tonsonal line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's. No. 1 4 12 Commer
William Alea will open Ids new B irUr
Shop in a few days. New, clean,, airy and
coiamodiou?. Hi's prices will be put down
to suit the times. Shaving lo cents; Hair
cut 25 cents; Shampooing 25 cents, Hair
and Whiskers dyeing in proportion. He in
vites all his old customers to call on him in
his new quarters, and new friends und the
public generally, will find good workmen
nnd satisfactory work.'
Foil Co.M,KE-. The fame of the aver
age Congressman is of such short lived du
ration that it seems hardly worth while
now to pay J20,O00 fVr an tlecti-.n. Who
wints the nomination iu our district r f,,r
there is nothing equal to Henry's Carbolic
Salvo for the cure of all sores, wounds. cuU
and skin diseases. Beware of counterfeits.
Wanted, a ir.-oj ;'r! tocrok an J do im.cm: Uou-e-ork
Ii. a cn.a.i f.ieuly. To ol cnmii:.' (,!! rcc-oiair.cr.di-U.
a j leamnt. permanent tome i.r, ! eood
wis?,- ulll be K'.wr. A;.,j!v in
Mu- T'H. MARF.AN.
Corner Fourt.vr.t'.. t. and Wai.:r..Mnr. av.
EUW,Y AND HARNESS
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Hie tmr opc-n Ih.j;.-; . App'.y lit the Dul; Va ...
FOURTH OF JULY
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CAIUO JOCKY CLUB
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SUie mile tl:i!j. 'ir-e
Half mile eurpg -, i.
Half tul'.v difu, Cniro ,.rk L'.rei. - t'J ill
-MU- race 1 i in
Trv"'.!.: race, ri'.le b-a'.. Iu iv- o ::: l.r.r tt
Tea lerc.-l.t ectraccvl.-v t.l -l t ihe aJ-i.ve
Glass Hall Shootini: Match.
FOR FIVE PRIZES
SUoutirc to t'.-ii'.'ir it-.- : :.t f F. S.
Ki t,t.C'i . ' l:.if y
Mumc, Dancing, mid Grand Itphi of
Fin-work in Evenii:.'.
TU-Clan r-liMSte.-a f.r.;.- t-a'l ii. t.t! ud
ai.ee liixxl .iair:!;.. f.o. r ar.i; f f.-' -L::.t !it.
QAIKO CIT FERRY CO.
Ou andnftir Mi.cd :v. J ;:u 1 v.i- l.r-at v.iiimak
the fuiiuw.ui: trt.f
LEAVES LEAVE. LHAVg.
Foot Fourth ft. Mi,.-:ri Izu-Yi K. :.f e.ky I.d'j.
7 a. in. T a. u w a. in.
H a. tr. ii. i a r... 1 m.
11 a. m t: : ' n ni 1.- Di.
1 p. 1 1. i .rr. .', m.
:'" p- IV .: 'i '. r.i. :: ' i n.
!' a. m. !: u. in xi u m.
3 I1- 'I - ! ia ). m. '
SIF.AT MAKKKT. '
KOEHLER BROS., Proprietors,
Corner WanMie-ton Avenue ntd Eiht ro-, i.l nud
('(.ril'.r E.eM-Ml. nr.d Waul ir.tw Ave.
A frill and complete ".i piy ef tue 1m k! uf nil
kitid' meat ahvu ou huiil.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
Who'.eealc ai.d I'.vtat'. Di-hVin in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
. Wines of all Kinds,
NO. HO OHIO LEVEE.
ME(SIS. SMYTH A CO. Lave cotitNtitiy n 1uro
Muck of tlie li(.nt Lvcdi In the market and slvo
('peclul uttenttou to the wuolciulo lruncb f thu
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKINQ & HEATING
Tinware and Hollow Mare of every
BeorwartV old lntid,on Elxhtu afreet.
. . Illinois
Rnnflng ami Otmenng a upocliilty. All kind
of work klllf-itUy aud promptly performed and
price mado laiiifloiory.