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"pttUf KSNIONAL CA&DS-raTSiriANS.
-I IT II. MARFAN, M. D.,
v. s ; , r -
HouuH'pHthic Physician and Surf con
OUco 11 Commercial avenna. Roaldence Corner
Foiirtetil ttt. aod Wublngton aveuua, Cairo
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
lfnci N. 11 Commercial
E.iiUtb and Ninth Street
W. C. JOCELYN,
-FICE K'KhiU Street, n;-r Commercial Avenue,
XoUry Public ami Cotivejancer.
OFFICE : With the. Widows' aud OorphaniT Mir
tuai Aid Society.
J 1NEUAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE -No. Ill Commercial Avenue.
JV)R METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
The KlfvanlSldewhtfel i'anaenirer Steamer
Leavet Cairo every afternoon tt 3 o'clock,, for
Paducait. Motropolia aud way landing. For
1'ieight or paaaane apply to fOL. A tilLVElt,
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE fefeCl STATES.
On aud after Monday, Jane 14, tut boat will make
the following trip:
LIATIa LIAVIt . LIATI
Foot Fourth at. MUoouri Laud'f;. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. m.
t a. m.
11 a. m.
i p. tu.
i W p. m.
'i a. :n.
: a. m.
11 :1 a. m.
:) a. m.
8 a. ta.
10 a. m.
H p. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. rn.
J i -.si HiXKi.i, N. B. TuTi.wooi, J. II Moors
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
N'oa, IS and 1ST Commercial Aveuue.
CAIKO II. K
tfLlbnral Advancement mado ou Consign
meal of Tohacce, Flour, and drain.
tWAir.rntaforOuar, HcoltA Co. turenhln? ma
chine, portable aaw mill and threshing eiiirlnui.
Agent tor C hampion harveatlng Dachlue. tuowura
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
IfotwiHMi AVaHhiuKtoii Hnd Com
mmoiil Av., adioinitttc Ilannyai.
L'EirS for aaletUi! IioM Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
TV Lamli, Haunagu, Ac, and la prepare'! to eurvo
famillea In an acceptable nuuuer.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE BY TILE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR 8IIIPPINO.
Car , Load a Specialty.
o F i o p; j
Cor. Twelfth Street aud Levee,
pOUNDRY, MACHINE 3HOP AND
. A STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan In0N Works
0?l OHIO LEVKK. CAIRO, II Ml.
John T. Bonnie,
TT AVISO MtehlUhrd bid work al Hi ii,ovu
- i iiriu-r in-iiv,i iuni) liver lor
iiairliif Hlemn Hummer and amnio Ti.i. .(.
Biaoulw lure of all klmla of MarMury, IUIIrad
hlmbiHit and Hridtfe Furirinifa made a 'i.ili.
tf!cl(U tteijlu(i given Ivrepairaul h; -ImmnO
liraaa CatliiK of all klnd ma'lu to ordoi
1'iHl'ltiltn lna;i it l.ritnvt.ea.
THE DAILY -
THE DAILY BULLETIN
ENTKKKD AT TUB l"OST OFFICE I.N CAIUO, 1L
MNtltU, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTEK.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morniuff Daily in Southern Illinois
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Mtttlmum 'i'einnerattiru. liSo: Ululmum Teui
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SiTff't Sicuttl Curpa, L 8. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Scott's answer to tlio charge of mam
uiaing a dauco house, will be made to-duy.
The W. C. T. Union will meet iu Re
form hall at the usual hour this afternoon.
rTho darkuess of (he night, the rain
fall and other causes conspired to prevent a
meeting of tlO city council Tuesday night.
Mr. Milburn lias given notice of his
purpose to give a barbecue at Olive Rranch,
to-day. If the weather should prove fair,
several Cairoitc9 will go out and feast with
A dead druuk individual was picked
up by policeman Winis, atout 3 o'clock,
yesterday afternoon, and assisted all- the
way from Twelfth nnd Commercial to
Hotel du Cain.
When Mr. Ruder vacates his present
business house, on the 15th prox., the bouse
will be for rent. A more eligible location
fur a retail dry gx)ds and variety store is
not to be found in the city.
On Friday night there will be a lecture
at the C. T. R. Club, to which all are in
vited. The lecture will be from a somewhat
different standpoint from those heretofore
delivered from the same rostrum.
A po9toflke has been established at
Commercial Point, in this county, just as
it should have been a ycarago. It accommo
dates a large number oi people, and adds
nothing whatever to the cost of the mail
All fears of yellow fever this season,
and all anxiety on account of it seems to
have entirely left the minds of Cairo peo
pie and in its place has come an anxiety
araonj; smokers to try the 'Faultless" cigars
sold by F. Korsmeyer.
A "damphool" owns a newspaper
has got no brains with which to run it
"can't buy 'em on credit at any price"
and, therefore, steak, his items from Thk
Ui-Li.ETiN. This may not give Davis "a
cliauco frr an item;" but it give him a
fact to ponder over.
The box car into which the passenger
engine dashed, on the quarantine switch,
yesterday morning, was considerably dam
aged. None of the cars were thrown from
the track, however; and after a delay of
twenty or thirty minutes, the passenger car
coutinued its trip.
John Welch, the negro who trailed his
coat tails about the theater front, Tuesday
night, and dolled any and everybody to put
a foot on it, was arrested by Dunker nnd
llogun, and calalKiosed. He was brought
before Squire Comings, and subjected to a
line of $3 and the fringes.
It seems that the bond given by Felix
King to appear and answer for his partici
pation in Sunday night's rout, on I'oplar,
was not one ot the "from day today" kind.
Ry making one appearance, he complied
with the stipulation of the bond, and in
stead of appearing yesterday, he made u
trip up the C. & V. visited the White
imuity fair, probably.
The sale of stock at the Central Stock
Yards, yesterday, compiiscd twenty-four
head. We give below the figures obtained,
and the names of the purchasers:
No. wkkiiit.' rmci;. i'tr.rii.si:i:.
3 steers.. 2,5(i5
1 bull... 1,005
10 sheep.. 1,1130
1 bull... 1,1 10
The more, news we get from Maine and
California, the less we like it. Perhaps af
ter awhile the Democracy will pet the fact
through its remarkably hard skulf, that to
divide forces is not the way to conquer.
Had the opposition tactions united, the Re
publicans would have been badly beaten in
both States. Fighting each other, however,
both of 'em got whipped.
Patrick Rooney was joined in the holy
bonds of wedlock, yesterday morning,
with a Miss Laura Hidlidav. The knot
was tied by Squire Osborn. When wesiiy
that Mr. R. had to t.tand tho squire oil' tm-
til pay day tor one of the two dollars that
be charged for niariyingtliem, wc can read
jly agree tlmt Miss Laura was not influenced
in forming the. alliance, by mercenary mo
fives. The Mayor has addressed to the man
agers of the several railroads running into
Cairo, alette of which the following U (l
copy: "lly order of the Hoard of lbjalfh.
of this city, all restrictions on the transter
il trams and passengers arriving fmin the
South Imva been removed except such as
npply to Memphis, and rcouiiinrr mi..,.
gers to furnish the usual certilleioVs that
li..a 1 I a I a .
1 J "i nr.eiy heen In any district
w uere tliu yellow lever prevulls."
-The Central Stock Yards, as wr r,
mnrke.1 the other day, are now muler the
exclusive contrel f Mr. Lou JHocourt. 1 10
" '""W8 the yard, with much surc,s
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY' MQUMMd, i SEPTEMBER 11.
and seems to be giving entiro satisfaction to
those to whom he sells as well as to those
from whom ho buys. Ho intends1 to make
the yards a pronounced success, and to fur
nish to tho stock raisers of tho country a
market whero they can bring their stock
with an absolute ossuranco thai : they will
receive for them every nicklethey are worth.
Mollio Rradford left Cairo under the
licenso of a "stay," some timo ago; but re
turned yestcrdny, and meeting a Mound
City girl, named Lou Walkins, ou the levee
gave her a very severe tongue lashing. Lou
caused Molhe'a arrest; and the latter ap
pearing before Squire Robinson she ex
plained that she came to Cairo, not to vio
late her "parole,' but to find a crippled
brother. The impeachment preferred by
Lou not being denied, Mollic was fined $3
and costs, and given another "s,tay,".which
she accepted, promising most sacredly tlt
she would not show herself iu Cairo again
for eighteen mouths.
It should not be forgotten' that
Hoggarths' IIuuipty-Dumpty troupe, will
open for a two nights' wigagcment in the
Athencum this cvouiug. It is a company
of deat mutes, and embraces pantomimists
ot the highest order, Mr. Iloggarth having
gained a most enviable reputation while
playing the Orimaldi to tho Jack and Jill
troupe. His antics, grimaces and contor
tions as a clown are irresistauly funny, und
place him in the front rank of artists ot
that character. Go, and take the children.
The eutertaiumcnt will abundantly repay
the price of admission.
Mr. E. A. BiuUt, the old and widely
known jeweler and watch-maker, will, on
the 15th day of next month, establish bim
self in the new and elctant brick, adjoin
ing Dr. Schuh's drug store; and wiil then
open with the largest, finest and most at
tractive stock of watches, clock, jewelry
and silver" and plated ware ever seen south
of the Ohio and Mississippi railroads. Mr.
Rtnler haslivcd so long iu Cairo, and his bus
iness reputation is so well established, that
word of commendation are uncalled for.
It is enoagh to say that ae i honest and
upright, and proposes l furnish Cairo with
as fine a jewelry establishment as can be
seen anywhere in tiie country.
Rennie, the vulcamt-, is at work in
the county jail, repairing 'he hole workeil
in the cell floor by Little KiJ nnd Mc
Laughery, the Haythoin burglar. The
work these nscals aeconn!i-!ied was a
masterly job of its kind, scsuvly less in
genious than was their method for con
cealing the tools with which tiny worked.
Feigning a head-ache and tint dirt was
shattered down from above, one of them
always won! a cloth about bis head. In
this cloth, most adroitly concealed were
the file and saw-knife with vbich thy
rascals performed work a!mo-t anybody
else would have held as of most difficult
accomplishment, had they been supplied
with the most effective tools that could
have been obtained for the purpose.
We learn that the authorities of Pu
laski county have placed Mrs. Medium and
the hired man who was in the house at the
time of the assassination, in the county jail,
and will hold them to answer for the mur
der. If the reports that have reached us
concerning the intimacr that orevailed. at
one time, between Mrs. Medium and another
hired man, nunied Jim Young, are true, it
might serve a good purpose to look after
Mr. Young. He was seen in . the vicinity
a few hours after the murder, and the fact
that the ferocious dog knew him may ex
plain the nniniul's silence. Mecham was
maintaining an insurance of if 1,500 on his
life, and had been heard to boast that when
Dr. Arter's will was read, that it would be
found that the old Doctor had made him a
present of the farm upon which he
(Median) was living. If this be true, nnd
if it be a tart that Mis. M. lias confessed
that she promised Young if he would come
back at a certain time, they'd enjoy the
home together (not intimating how they
would dispose of Medium), the several
facts taken together, furnish a dew that
should be carefully followed.
-Leo Grant and his In-other Jim reached
their borne on Poplar, near Twenty-first
street, about 0 o'clock, Tuesday evening,
quarreling about their respective social
standing. Lee declared that lie could
move in circles from which Jim would, be
excluded, and Jim declared that he hud jiu
timatc friends and associates who woiild
not wipe their feet on Lee's carcass. Words
took on heat ns they were multiplied, nnd
finally Lee becoming red hot, seized an a'xe
and tried to Newman-Carterlzp his brotlitT.
Rut Jim took the weapon out of his bunds,
threw il in the corner, and giving Lee to
understand that he was imperilling the per
fection of his epidermis by such conduct,
enforced it momentary truce, It was not
long, however, before Lee secured the nxe n
second time. All his old course nn.l
devperntion were immediately male
aetive.'nnd ngain ho went for brother Jim,
with panther like ferocity. Jim . conclud
ing that the thing wouldn't stop until some
body got hurt, again got the nxe away from
Grunt, aud gave bun several clouts with
the pole nnd handle, that laid brother
Lee, prone upon tho lloor, still' ns u poker.
From that time, forth there was compara
tive quiet In that African Warsaw. Yesterday-morning
(rant was abroad again, appa
rently n sound ns ever, und as fully con
vinced that his social standing is better than
Jim's ns be wns before Jim nxed him a.ioH
A rather good-looking young man, ar
rived la Cairo,' Tuesday morning, ou the
steamer Baltic. Ho bruised around the
city during the day, frequently , irrigating
Ids intestines with fire water during tho
day, so that, about sun-down, he reached
tho condition described as sens-over. While
iu this conditioa hia rumbles 'took him to
the : lower part ' of the city, wher. seeing
Mr. GillK-rt's buggy without an inmate, ho
mounted the seat, took the lines, and start
ed the animal on a round of tho city. He
stopped Ids turn-out at several saloons,
taking a fresh drink at each stopping place,
and finally lit out for Mound City. Here
he was arrested yesterday morning, lie
protested that he didn't intend tu steal tho
horse tuid buggy; and thnf, had he been
left alone, he would have driveti back,
found the owner and offered his profound
apologies. Ho was drunk, he says, didn't
know ami didn't care what he did;
but in all. he did, he declares,
he had no criminal intent. This plea may
prove very consoling to tho young inau's
conscience, but we are . apprehensive that
the law will not smile lit such quirks; but
will bold that he intended to do precisely,
what he did do. This interpretation of his
conduct may do the young man great in
justice; but it is anything but a laughing
matter for a stranger to come into a strange
city, take another man's horse ami car
riage, without not It e or permission, and be
found in possession of them twelve hours
afterwards, six or seven miles from his
The death of Lieutenant Gov. John
Doui;herty, has already been announced in
these columns. He died at his home in
Jonesboro, at 11 o'clock, a. m. Sunday
Sept. 7th, 1S7K, ami was buried by the
members of the Masonic order, with which
order be had Ion ' maintained a connection.
A Govtrnor Doiighterty was no common
man, we need not apologize for the space
we occupy in recounting such scraps of his
history as have been placed in
our hands. Ex-Governor Palmer,
a life-long friend of deceased, speaks
of him ns follnws: "Col. Dougherty
was born at Duck Creek, near Marietta,
Ohio, on May Gth, 150U. His father was an
Irishman, who had been educated for tin
Catholic priesthood, but who never took
orders. He moved to thisoun?ry, and in
l took his family to Cape Girardeau,
Missouri, aud died thereafter a lew months.
His widow resided there until 1&12, when
she left, and with her children, moved to
I'nion county, iu this state. Here John got
the rudiments of a very fair education,
and tor many years of his life
spoke of his school master with
respect aud admiration. He studied law
at Jonesboro with Hon. A. P. Field, once
secretary of state of Illinois, and after
wards attorney-general of Louisiana, and
was admitted to the bar in luiil. He began
almost immediately his political career,
and in ISWi was elected to the lower branch
of the legislature, ns a democrat. He was
re-elected in 1L!(J and l"4o. In lit:; I
he was one ot the strongest and most per
sistent advocates of that free school system,
w hich bus been for years the pride and ulory
of the state. In ispj he wa
dieted to the state senate, and wns
re elected in 11(1. so thitf he served eight
years in the house and eight in the senate.
From lsJ0 to IStiO he practiced law and
took an active pint in the national cam
paign of the latter year, supporting the
I'reekeiiridge ticket, but afterwards hi'
ntlilinted with the Republican party. In
1 SGI he was one of the electors of this
State on the Republican national
ticket, and in US0f was elected
lieutenant governor. In 1n7 ho WMS
again a Republican elector, and in 1S7
was elected circuit judge, his term expiring
last June. lie leaves a widow, three sons
ami two daughters. He commanded, dm-
ing all the active years of a life prolonged ;
I.... 1 l,,. ,(l! 1 .1 I
u .....-.-... "j-, o.e
respect nnd commence oi ins n-igllil(lrs. J
is Known by Ills repeated selection to office, I
and the people of the state deemed him
worthy to occupy the second place iu the
The fiend in human .shape who turned
the switch, Tu-sday night, nud connected
the quarantine switch with the main track
of the Illinois Central, had wholesale Mur
der in bis heart, and should suffer tin
severest penalty the law imposes, in the
event of his capture. Standing ou the
switch were a number of box oar, and to
Jacob Liudscy, who had long and t'.nthl'ully
served tie Illinois Central, was assigned
tho duty of watching them. The night, ns
our readers will recollect, was dark nnd
stormy. Wet to the skin, nm cold, about
!J o'clock, yestcrdny, morning, Mr. Limlsey
crawled under one of the cars, and stretch
ing himself in n reclining position on the
dry dirt between the rails he found grateful
shelter. Shortly niter !1 o'clock, he heard
tho liorth-bouiiil passenger train coming,
heard It halt lit the Yiiicennescrosing, and
then start again; but believing Hint every
thing was right, he supposed the train
would pass harmlessly by, us had been its
custom. But instead of passing by, the train,
dashed upon the switch ami collided, with
great force, with the cars thereon, under
one of which, ns wu have staled, the unlor.
tunate Li nd sey had secured obcller. The
cars, of course, wore driven lorward, '1111,1
the brake b.cnni catching Mr. Liudscy on
the bicnst, carried him forward over the
rough ground, until it crushed him ,mv 0
that it could pass over him. This it did by
brenkitig three of Ids ribs, driving the
j.ged end of one of them into 'p,,,.
by fracturing both his ' shoulder Madea,
breaking both collar boues, and by' inflict
ing internal injuries, the exact nature of
which had not, at the timo our reporter
visited tho suffering man, been fully de
termined. Only one brake-beam passed
over his body, Ho crawled from bis peril
ous position without assistance, und reach
ing tho passenger train was brought down
to Twentieth street, from which poiut he
walked to hia homo on Twenty-first street
between Poplar and Commercial. Mr. Liud
sey is, as this achievement indicates, a man
of great physical strength nnd vigor, but
the two physicians wjio examined his condi
tion give it as their opinion that his recov
cry is not umong the Hsibilitics.
He is a married man hns
wile ami tour i Ii . 1. 1 i;,-;r-
and as he has always been dependeut upon
the labor of his hands for his support, he
has nothing ahead with which to provide
necessaries for his family or to pay for' tho
required attention to himself. Of course
however, the railroad company nnd his
associates will see to it that all theso needs
are supplied, for the time being, at nil
events. And now, whatever the motive of
the scoundrel who turned the switch, what
does he think of tho result? Possibly hi
expected to see a train dashed to pieces, so
that he could prey upon the baggage nnd the
wounded and dead passengers. But he
sees, instead, a poor laboring man, the
father ot a dependent family, crushed nud
bruised, and mangled to the very point of
death! . That the villain did not see the
wrecked train, and with a score or more of
dead and dying among its debris, is be
cause ine train was halted at the crossing
and Itad not recovered its speed at the time
of the collUioii.
CAIRO AN D ST. LOl lS IM.
During the fair at Jonesboro Sept. 0th to
13th inclusive the south hound train will
wait at JoiicsUiro until 4:;!0p. in for the
convenience of those w ishing to attend the
fair. Round trip tickets at reduced rates
J. A. Nmi.i.k, Ag't.
Opined yesterday morning am
win continue to supply customers
with the choicest steaks, roasts an
all kinds ot cut meats. Shop corner Eleventh
street and Washington avenue, at the old
i l a 1 1 i i e i
sinini. ah oi,i irieinis ami new customers
are invited to yive Us a call.
The Missionary Baptist association will
meet, with the Fourteenth Street Baptist
Congregation, at their church every dav
this week, from 0 a. in. to 4 p. in., com
ineiicing lues'lay, .September Hth. All
churches, white nnd colored of any denouii
nation, me cordially invited to meet with us
daily. Tho committee trusts that the clti
zens when called upon, will all contribute
something towards defraying the expenses
ol'lhe delegates and the meeting.
ihe Usliioiiahlc Inwit and shoe maker,
take pleasure in announcing to his old pa
trons and to the public generally, that he
can still be found at his shop in the Athi:
m um Iniihling, where he i prepared to
make to order, loots or shoes of the latest
style lVom the best material nnj of the
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, all of his work will be
warranted as represented, or no sale.
SPECIAL lirslXl'ss NOTICKS.
Ir will pay you to await the opening of
nn entile near stock, consisting of men's,
boys' ami children's clothing, furnishing
goods and the J. B, Stetson hats, etc. A
Maiv. the ,-ueeesstul clothier, lil Ohio
ami Bhi.i.iM I'nn km--At the barber
s!lnJ1 ,-,, (;, st-inliotHi., Eighth street
,,,, Alexander Connie ltnil, CM,,,,
will find a dean, cool shop, ensy chairs, nil
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
nccoinniodating, skilled workmen, nnd sat
isfactory work. Prices: Shaving, 10
edits; Hair-cut, 35 cents; Shampooing,
25 cents. Giv him 11 call.
A. Maiix, now in New York, will pur
chno the finest stock of men's, boys' and
children's clothing', ever brought to Cairo,
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads
" Note Heads.
Linen Letter Heads.
Linen Note Heads.
The 111.ST quality of paper lit prices of
the cheapest guide.
5)1 pound slalemeiits- nil colors,
HI pound Bills Lading.
I f and Id pound Bill Bends all sizes,
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
w holesale pi lees. Printing 1,00 extra. '
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at Tine
You Miss it If you buy clothing nnd
furnishing goods, tuiywlu;ro except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, (II Ohio Levee.
NOTICH. TO AM? WHOM IT MAY CONCKHti :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of Its employes, or liny 0110
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
sainn isainadu on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be atiiichcd to
the bill when presenti'd, nnd no contracts
for advertising or Job work nro valid unless
the Hume are endorseil by myself.
JJ. A. Dl'IlNKTTi
SMALL AD VRTISEULT3.
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS In thl column, of
live lluoaench or U,J will bo published forVn
cimta varvluaurtlonj 8 months without change,
f -00 periuoutb. Each additional Hue, 5 ceula.
blumtloua wanted free.
FUBN1SHEO KOUM.H KOK HUNT.
Two nirnlfhed room for rent, with or without
'i'0""1- Apply nt Mm. Fitzoruld, . corner of
Teinti aud i'oplar.
Foil BALK PltoPEKTY.
A No. 1 bar-room aud helving (or office find
tare) l for iilochean. Alio iiniiir other hur room
fixlnrea. fcuqulieofCharlfa Hchotnuieyer, corner
Teuih treet aud aahluKtou svinuo,
Dulmonlro Hotel, Culro, UlltoU. Llbernl torma
to a kiuiI leuui.t. Apply to
0KEKN & (ilLBEhT,
Att'j t, Cairo, Ills.
Ken 8ai.k- Separately or toguther, n n,t of sIiilIo
luiriiesK, a new, tmstry rnahluu and a buuirv whip.
Apply at Uulletin blmltrv. Jk E lii uuH.
How. Arniwa, Taru'etft shouiluiMilovct etc it
tW.llliXl.liI(so.N-!f Coiumetcial au-L.
Two .lory brick Lone. eh.'ht roomx.on Ninth
" U lo'T ' v T' ln,mii,1K' Al'P'ir to A. Marx,
I' A.N TO MM IK.
Deiit'ainl Dmnl) Actors!
AT THK ATIIENKUM
T I X.TT' IT mi
1. WXN lUll l J
SEK TlfE PROGRAMME.
UN Till: FIFTEENTH DAY OKOCTOBEH NEXT
EDWAlil) A. UUHER '
Will remove in liii. commodiom aud htdutu
llCMF Ul(tf, Oil
Commercial A. venue,
NEXTlArtJiiTO M HUl NEW Ul'.VU $TOUB
II.-will open with the flm.t t1K-k of Jewelry
Slherwaro. etc.. In the mate, und Urlti nu.re riKiui
than in U! p.v.eut iiUMru-r. he w ill keep on Laud
a larue teck of the liinYieui KrauY of
and other Mairal lumriimrnt and men-Land!-.
He will always hate In the tore a capabie anil ro
liahle lum-r acil teacher, and will cat, r (pi-dally
to the niu.lial public. Thoe couti-niphtiiiif pr
chaninu piann ur organa, would dowell to w,t
and ihpert hi nock. Kit. A. Ill DKK.
Kit-bill street ai.d Wa.htUKtcb At,!.
Lutihll.hcd iu 1I.
li A.VP I0CKNT Com Kits.
5 AND 10c C0UXTEKS!
TO THE TKAI)E:-Thllrc Im.lncM men of thn
day are Martin;; tliem rom.tcr. H i are the Or!(l
naton and lleadiiunrtern: We Lave the onlv ii
Exei.i mv 5 and lot Jobbing Houe In the' I' S
Hr fend lor Calnli cue and particular,
ASH m HASDOt.l'H STKEET. OMCAMJ.
Aio ill ar.d JS I hauuey Mrvet. Boston
Ml'Tt'AL AIH SOCIETY.
A srUSTITlTK FOR LIFE IXS1R.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
f 1 ri
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY
cy-1 OA I HO.
OrgaiilMil .Inly Htli, 1877, Cutler the Lam ut
Hie State ot Illinois. Copyrighted July
I), 11177, under Act of Cnnjrri'M.
WILLIAM STHATTON, I'bksihism.
Jlim. IA. TAYLUii, Vies 1'iiEi.mENT.
A. liOLDs'I'lNK, THUAsriiEH.
Du. J. J . (iOltl)C'N, Mk. Am woii.
THOMAS LEWIS, Skuiktarv.
. IIOAHU OF managers:
J.J. (iOIMION. l'liyldiin Culro. Il!a
Mr. V. A. TAYLUII, Mipciliilctidctit of
helio.il". Aletauiler County
,1. A. l.Ol.lisTINK, of (liililMlne & Ho-
mmwaiiir, W hulcfiilc anil Kutull Dealers
Iu Sliiple Htid Fancy Itty liootU
N. B..TII1HTLKVUMII). of lllnklo A
TIiIhIIvwimmI, ConitulHpinu MerclniulK,
Cotton iitnl Tobui co Factors "
H. )). AVKhh, of Ayent Ai Co,, Couitnls
flon MercliHiila "
THOMAS I.KWIS. Iiinurtuice Maunder
nml Allorney ut Law
WM. HTIIATTO.N.ol' titration it Bird.
WholeKiile Oroicrs.,,.. "
(IKO, M. ALDKN, ('oniinln-loii Mer-
clnilit. ?H (1I1I0 l evee o 11
JAN. 8. HEAKUICN, Auent .Mio.ipp
VulL.v 'IV.,1.,.,1.1.11 1..,, f ' 1 .1
1 nil, j 1 1 1111 1 "i 1 11 1 ii.ii , .'in, 1 11 ill
CHAN. K. STCAKT, Wholenule nnd He
tall Dry Oooil" mill NollntiK
EDWAlil) A. Iirottll. Miumfacltirlinr
Jeweler Hlnl Wholntllii dealer Iu .
Wllli'lllllillii'lV Tool a mid Malrrlula.... " "
CHAIILKH LANCASTEll, Lnucin-ler it
nice, launiieriieiilerH "
(! It. I' ATI EH, C. O. 1'iilier A Co.,
Wlinlccali' nnd Kcta.ll Menthniila " "
Umv.U, Y, OKOHUE, l'ualor I'realiyto
rlnn clnirrli " "
J, U, WIIITH, linnimncu Airetil " "
(I. W. MeKKAKI, Font insider '
H, r. WIIKKLEK, Atloruey nud I'otin-
aelornt line o
Mux. LOUISA FIM1II1ACK
OSCAH IIAVTIIOUN, Wlioliinnli. titid
Heliil II1111N, Hlioe" ninuiryilooil o
A.J. Illlll). Murchuiit ami Hleiiiulioul
llntirliiiii I il
WILLIAM Kl.t'llKiOenernl Mercli'dlx
I'. (I. KClll ll, Wholuiiiilu nml Hoinli
J.T. flKNNIlC. FoiiiiilryuiidJIiicliliil,!. " '
A LB K HT L K W I H "
Mua. In A. HOW Al(l, HoM'dlnir Undue " "
v. K. I'l'I'CIIKIt, Inaaraticn Affniit ....
A. II ALLEY, Dealer III Wovut, Tin and
lLirilwnri;....... " "
E, W. OHEKS. Orei'ii, Wood ik llenuott " "
D. K'l'O'lTKK, Kdllor nud I'uhll-her
Mnl' ?.,&v.. i? Villa KldBO,
A.J. HiKM. II. Hnmr ..l)lrd Folnl. Mo.
Ar.irll-tfoiiriiHi Mound CI v. I I.