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II. MAKEAN, M. P.,
ironioopatl.iic Pliyslelaii and Surgeon.
urn, a ill) Commercial avenue. Itcaldeuce corner
Vw:ri. t nth Si. and WaalilugtoP avcuue. 1 tiro.
1!. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omci No. lt Commercial Avenue, between
igbih and Ninth Street
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
t'FFKE El.'btU Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: -With the Widow' and Oorpnana' Mu
tint Aid Society. ,
J INEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE MU. STATES.
(.id and after Monday, June lti. the hont will make
the fo'.iowiuj; tripe :
LEAVE i.baves lkave
Foot Fourth t Missouri Land'R. Kentucky Ld'g.
; a. m. 7:3(t a. m. -8 a. m.
vi a. !. f a. m. 10 a. m.
M a. m. 11::) a. m. 12 m.
2 p. m. 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
:S0 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:: p.m.
'.'a.m. 9:30 a. m. 10 a.m.
.J p.m. :l::iup.m. 4 p. in.
METROPOLIS AND PADUCAlI
Ihv E'.i'ant Sldcwhocl Paanenger Steamer
L-av- Cairo every afternnns at R o'clock, fur
Fa f ill. .MetropollK and way iauiiiiiL'. tor
Jr.:.;.: or pai-ncje. apply to OU. A. SJLMi.lt,
LW ADVERTISEMEXTS-M ISfELLAVKOrs.
TC OHIO LEVEE.
ivTlirt or rint !r meantm- belus: exposed to air.
Mills delivered twice day,
.SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try It mil for 3 outm-Ivc.
0) PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cah on delivery of ticket.
Q D. "WILLIAMSON,
70 Ohio Levee.
IJoat Stores and Groceries,
Or all kind.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY,
lVu Dairy ami Gill Edt'e Butler. Oynterc and nil
kliuU ol trull when In nenfou. ou hand it 1 1 I ilillv
vrrd promptly tit rimlduiicei1 free. Uj Mi i delivered
iu t : .
BOOTS AND SIIOKS.
1S00TS AX I) SHOES
-Made to Ordi r-
FHO.M TUB BEST MATKKIAI. ON SHOUT NO
WORK. MATERIAL AND PIT (il'AR
ANTEEI). UT'i!"iulrlu).' done with tieatiiera mid dopnteh.
silnp: WaMiliiKlnn Avenue,
N. K. Corner
Dealer in lroshMoat.
lletwiHrn AV imhlnjrtrm nhl (.'om-
jniM'i'litl A v., tiJIoltilnix 1 tunny.
J: F.F.PH for aule the Item Beer. Pork. Mutton, Veal,
I l.muh, Suumne, ile., and Ip prepared, totervu
in an W'l'inmc iimi.nrr,
THE DAILY BULLETIN
EXTKKIO) AT THE TOST OFFICK IX t'AIHO, IL
LINOIS, AS BF.CONDCI.ASl MATTKH.
OFFICIAL I'APKK OF ALEXANDEH COrNTV.
Only Jrovnliifir Dally in Southern Illinois.
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Time. Br. Ther. Hum Wtud. Vet Weather,
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W. n. KAY,
Serj't Sljnal Corn. I. S. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Counter attractions drew upon tlic He
form club, last night, liut the meeting was
Yesterday was a very dull day in
police circles. There were no arrest under
the ordinances, and wc heard ot no cause
Mrs. John II. Overly, accompanied by
two of her children, arrived in the city
yesterday. She is stopping with the family
of her hrother, officer Frank Schuekers.
Drs. Ranch and Riley were in the city
yesterday. The quarantine station near
island No. 1, will be discontinued on the
1st proximnj and thus will disappear the
last reminder of our yellow fever commo
'While the 8 to 12 dance was yet under
way, last night, we were infoimed that the
larirc hall was tilled with a select crowd,
and that everybody was enjoying himself or
herself famously. It was a success, we
dare say, to be proud of.
The up-town people are experimenting
with cinders as a material for side walks.
Where it is .broken into fine lumps and
rammed down it presents a hard surface in
a few weeks. Two or three parties made
the mistake of adding a thin coating of fine
sand. The consequence was too much dust
during dry weather, and mud during wet
weather. The cinders serve the best pur
pose when used alone.
The wind blowing in from the river,
yesterday, .brought in a most diabolical
stink ftoiu the Thorpe wreck. A lot of
hogs were at work among the rotten grain
in the edge of the water, making the stuff
do full duty ill the matter of giving off of-
tensive emuvia. Why, m the name ol out
raged olfactories, can't this most intolera
ble nuisance he abated. It the rotted grain
can't be removed, why not cover it upr
The veteran agent and clever gentleman,
Thomas W. Brown, is in the city, arranging
for the coining of the (filberts, in "Mosqui
toes. I hey will liokl tortli in the Atlie
neuin. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
next, and being favorites hero we bespoak
for them crowded houses. Tom lias taken on
managerial honors and responsibili
ties at last; but we are ready to underwrite
that he bears the one meekly, and meets
the other like n man. Tin: I5ci.m:tin.
wishes him unbounded success.
Some of the country opponents of the
new road project are very unfair, not to s.iy
unscrupulous. They ure making the state
ment that the proposed road tax will he
levied upon the property outside of Cairo,
only, aud that Cairo property will not he
taxed a dollar on that account. This state
ment is utterly untrue. The levy will be
made upon all the taxable property of the
whole county. Tor the current year, i if the
levy be authorized) Cairo will pav $i.7.5T
00; the country will pay f2.-1fVj.K0.
The Cairo and Vincennes railroad
track as far up as Twentieth street has
been graveled between the rails it in 1 on
each side of the track for a disfanee of six
or eight feet with a graveluid clay that is
forming a concrete or conglomerate, that
promises to become us firm and nnyi"l(liiig
as a rock. The Delta lire company appre
ciating its D'liacioiis anH hardening quali
ties secured a sufficiency ft cover ilie side
walk in front of the engine house. Ram
ming it renders it smootlie and even and
greatly facilitates the hardening process.
. i no 1 1 rent m. i.ouis urciis is ratiier an
extensive all'iir. It has an immense spread
of canvas, with seventy-live horses, with a
full force of men to care for them, besides
the riders, vaulters, tumblers, contortion
ists, etc., forming a gang, male and female,
almost ns Humeri, as the horses, which
will be increased to one liundre I on the ar
rival of the show at.C'harleston. The com
pany will travel altogether by land, giving
its first exhibition at Sikeston, Mis.-oiiri.
Noshowwiy begivea in Cairo, ns the es
tablishment expects to start on its journey.
nigs this evening.
While among the circus people, yester
day, a couple of individuals approached us,
greeted us'cordiaHy, asked tin how many
I . ' I 1 . fit . 1 , i
norses we ini'i; n wo intended lo snow in
Cairo; how we intended to travel, etc., and
had soon pumped us dry of ull the informa
tion we hud u moment before received from
oneoi mo liostieis. Vicwcrc puzzled to
decide why anybody should mistake us fnr
n "clreus' teller," but learned afterwards
that It was because we wi strongly resemble.
the "gentleman who throws n somersault
over seventeen horses." It's nhnppy tiling
that wo don t have to undeceive the gen
tlciiien by essaying the foinersault. WeV
not only tear ourselves, nil to pieces, but kill
lil'OUt six of the hoi sen.
BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1879.
At iho Presbyterian Church on Sun
tiny afternoon apd evening Miss M. Rankin,
will give an account of ict experi
ence ami work in Mexico, to which coun
try she was the first Protestant Mission
ary. Sho began her labors about thirty
years ago. Last week sho told the story
ot these Mabors before tho Presbyterian
Svnod of Southern Illinois at Puna.
The Rev. Mr. George, who was present,
thinks that her address was the most in
tensely interesting feature of the late
session of the Synod. Tho regular . ser
vices will be held in the morning at the
Presbyterian Church, in connection with
which some account will be given of the
Synod's meeting. Miss Rankin's afternoon
.address will be at the close of the Sab
bath School, at or a little belore 4
We ask the attention of tho voter to
the facts published elsewhere, over the sig
nature of tho county clerk, Mr. Sam'l J.
Ilumm. They present, In plain and con
cise terms, the object of the proposed addi
tional county tax, approximately, at least,
the nmotint that would bo paid each year,
by city and county, (in the event the prop
osition is affirmatively decided) for the
I vears 1879-90 and 81. With our State tax
lessened about ftO per cent, from former
years, and with a material reduction in the
assessment or valuation of the taxable prop
erty of the county, the amount ol tax to be
paid by each tax payer, w ith the road tax
added, would not perhaps, exceed that of last
year, and would not be as groat as the aver
age of former years. In other words, if
the tax be authorized and levied, no tax
payer in the county, save a few of the heav
iest ones, will lie conscious ot :in '.iierease
in the amount of his taxes.
The government tow-boat .1. R. MeigR
Capt. Strasstr, having iu tw the survey
boat Thetis, Capt. lalbott. arrived here
from ' Curoudatet, Thursday evening. On
the.way down Capt. Talbott handed Capt,
Strasscr S0. with a request that he deposit
it in hi.- safe. After the arrival of the boats
here Capt. T. having occasion to use some
numey, called upon Capt. S. to relieve
hint 'of the deposit. The capt-iin
declared that he lefthe money on the table
at which he was sitting when it was given
to him, and that some oik- about the boat
had taken it. lie ret used, therefore, to
replace it. CaptTalliott instituted suit be
fore Squire Robinon, and his testimony
being corroborated in some particulars by
that of the clerk, '.he Squire held Capt. Stras
l.prt)Ver inborn Is of f.'OO, to answer the
circuit court. The money was subsequent
ly paid over, we understand, and the mat
ter, ns between the captain and captain
--tf Oi.r ft'-rtlemen who indulge the
luxury of fast horses aud make Wuuni:
ton avenue a course tor the display of the
speed of their respective animals, could
hear the red-hot anathemas that tire
showered upon them liy the mothers of the
children that play by the street side, the
words of praise and glances ol admiration
they win from horse-fancies would be con
sidered dearly earned, and as a poor com
pensation indeed for the abuse and savage
criticisms. The boys seeing the men regu
late the gait of their animals to .suit them
selves, are doing the same thing, and it
suits not a low f them to run races.
Whenever and wherever as many as two or
three youngsters, on good horses or bad,
skeletons or- shacks, get together, then and
there is u horse race. This is big fun to the
boys, of course, but as it may result in the
death or serious injury of noun of the chil
dren along the street, we feel culled upon
to protest against. it.
We find that it takes a majority of all
eotmcilmen elected, to pavt an ordi-
anee. A tie Vote may, as a usual tiling.
lecided bv th-: vote of the Mayor: but
bill tor an ordinance upon which there is
a tie vote, must b declared defeated. As
Sunday liquor ordinance can only U;
pealed by an ordinance, thadvocute- of re-
ical must muster six votes. This nuinoer,
we were assured yc-teniay,tiiey win oeaoie
to command, liut the responsibility ef the
Mavor remains the same. It ists with him
o sav whether the Sundav law shall he re-
K-aled or stand. If he approves the repeal.
ing onlinunce wiien udopn-n, tin; "rHinnav
law" "go- s by the board." If he vetoes the
repealing oioinaoe:-, the friends of fepcal
must poll seven votes to overcome the veto.
s that number is one vote beyond their
strength, a veto would kill the repeal, and
leave the Sundav ordinance intact and un
harmed. While this result is the same us
indfl-ati'd by us yesterday, it will he reached,
if reached at all, by ditfereiit processes.
Mr. S. Isaac, of Mattoon, stepped into
Wullei's clothing store Thursday evening,
and e,oiirueiie, ( looking around as if in
search ot something, lb; was asked if he
wanted to buy anything. He replied:
"Yes;how much will you take for the whole
establishment;'' ,Ike saw that he had tho
man he had been looking for, and wanned
up to him. lie named his figure, and in
less than fifteen minutes a trade was struck,
and Mr. Isaac commenced boxing the
goods for shipment. We may not liuvcgiv
en the exact details; but the result is stated
correctly. Tho whole "nheljang" was
lumped off quicker than a merchant usually
sells a two dollar pair of shoes, Most of
the goods were boxed and in the depot for
shipment before l o'clock yesterday; and
to-day, after an existence of about seventy
four years, the old clothing .store, of Isaac
Wuldcr will bo found closed mid empty
As Walderlrmselt. was lOiJ last September,
he will probably settle on a farm and ap
ply lumselT to somo light employment, like
building rail fences, plowing corn or "fol
lowing a cradle." lie is not adapted for
hard work any more, ' .
If tho editor of tho Murphyslwo Era
thinks that anybody is going to sympa
thize with biui bocuuseof tho loss of his
hundred-dollar gold watch, ho is simply
mistaken, that's all. An editor sporting a
$100 niatch! RcdiculousI but. here's tho
way the Era man bemoans his loss and goes
for tho thief: "Some low down, mean, con
temptible thief had sufficient meanness
about him to enter our house Wednesday
night, and steal from our bedside a gold
watch and chain. It was a present to iie
and while in the world's parlance, meas
ured by karats, it would only be invoiced
at one hundred dollars it has a double value
to us as an heir loom. The cowardly
skunk can take it and keep it, but wc hope
it never will keep correct time for him.
We hope he will always be too late at
church have to eat cold dinners; get there
alter the baptizing is over, and to a train
five minutes late and have to walk. May his
happiness depend on his mothcr-iu-law and
his finances on a Chicago Saving's Rank.
Once upon a time our neighbors inllal
lard county wanted to build a bridge so
they could haul their wheat, corn, tobacco,
etc., to the Cairo market. The sole and
only object was to open up a convenient
and much nettled wagon road to Cairo.
The leading spirit in the project visited
Cairo to secure help. He called on one cit
izen and obtained ten dollars. He called
upon a second, ami secured twenty-five dol
lars. Considerably encouraged by this suc
cess, which furnished him nearly one-third
of the amount required, he called upon our
merchants such ns he knew would be di
rectly and largely benefitted. The first
one wouldn't give him a cent : the second
refused, 1 -ecuiise he didn't think the road
would amount to anything; the third
thought ISallard county ought to build her
own bridges; the fourth didn't can- a
for Rallard county custom, and soon to the
end. All this was not of recent occurrence,
we are glad to add: but isn't too much of
the same spirit alive to day.' Haven't we
too many business men who "didn't care a
whether country ( people have good
roads or no road-.;' The prevailing indiffer
ence concerning the road project to be voted
on soon, "-.quints" that way; and begets
among the few aitive friends of the pro-,
ject, the gravest apprehensions totichiifg the
result. Can t thnv be an awakening in tnis
matter.' That there should be cannot be
THKI5ES NEWS ITEMS.
i:i:roi:TKi ron Tin; in i.i.ktix, nv miis.
Miss Eugenia Lightner is visiting her sis
ter at Pinkueyville.
Miss Sallie Uurgot has gone to Grand
Tower to spend the winter.
Miss McCallen, from Dougo'.a, is teach
ing school at Brownsville again, this tail.
The ruthless hand of death snatched
from our midst, on the loth instant. Mi.-s
Mary, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Mar
tin Brown. She was ever affectionate and
obedient to parents, devoted to brothers aud
sisters, and kind to friends. Any favor
asked from her hands was always gracious,
October 20th, Mrs. IV-IU- Gray, after a
long and painful illness, was released from
her suffering, by death. In this case, re-:
covcry was not expected, ami yet we are
never ready, never willing to give up a true
and faithful friend. To say that she will
be missed, will but poorly express our loss.
She always had a pleasant word for every
one, was eheeifiil, faithful, hopeful, charit
able. Parson Ritter attended the funeral
Mr. AH. Brown is quite sick. There arc
no other new cas. s in town at this writing.
The following named persons were e'.i i t
ed officers of the Thebes Reform Club ou
the tlth instant: President. Judge March
ildon; Recording Secretary.' Miss Jennie
Warwick; Vices, Mi.-s Ella Wolcoit. Mr.
Ford and Mr. Stutz; Stewait. Mr. II.
The election of Sunday school officers on
the Ifith instant, resulted as follow.-: Su
perintendent, Mr. H. Planert Assistant Su
perintendent, Miss Jennie Warwick; Record
ing Secretary, Mrs. Dr. Gibb"; Assistant
Recording Secretary, Mis Ella Wolcott;
Libariati and Janitor, Mr. H. Cullcy.
Thkiiks, October 22nd.
For the Cairo Bulletin.
WITHIN 0SK0KGETTIX0 SfAllUIKD.
ISY MKNSCIIKN l'M'.l'N .
Stepping into I) 's the other day for
the purpoKo of negotiating for a paper of
8 ounce tacks wherewith to secure the base
of iny brogans to their superstructure. I
was surprised to see John Schnabel sitting
back in the cqrner Jooking so gloomily. I
had never seen John in such a mood; under
ordinary circumstances ho never lost his
chccrlulnesf and good nature, so 1 came to
tho conclusion that something very unusual
had happened, I therefore, decided to "in
terview" him, and here is the result:
Menschen Frettnd. "What has happened.
John, that makes you look so grum, have
you lost your grand mother-in-law?"
John Schnabel. "No, Htich dings don't
happen mit Sohn Sclmubel, It bin some-
ting else mit, souictiugs I don't like to
M. "I it 80 very serious J"
J, 8. "Yes, it makes me feel pad right in
here vare mine herty punnches mit der n p.
' M. -"It must lo something very ui.-com-uion
indeed, was it a lovo a affair?" ' i ;
J.S.-"Dot is yoost it, shoor utff."
M. "Tell us ull about it, I may bo able
to help you out of tho difficulty."
J. S. "No, I dinks not, it bin too late fof
dot, now, 40r voomaus bin done gone. I
dells you alxmt him now. Some dimes I
feel all py mine-self alone, un I dinks, dis
dings bin not good for you Shon Schnabel,
potter go marry mit some nice voomans un
pe reshpectable head mit der family. Veil
den vun Sunday I see vim pooty voomans,
un I dells her if I, Slum Schnabel might
go shparken mit her, (I belief dot is vot you
call him, tin she dells me yes. I den goes
her mit shparken der next Sunday un dells
her I vonts to marry her mit der udder
next Sunday. She gift me her right hand
on dot, dot makes it vun bargain.
I gifs her vun golt ring to boot on her fin
ger, un prings mine shares close mit her, den
I shpeaks right shmart shparken talks for a
cooplo hours mit der voomans. I dells her
pefore I go homo mit, dot I vill pring mine
ox teems, der lice use un udder dings, haf
der breacher man ter marry us uu den cat
der vedding dinner tin go home mit me.
She dells me, dot pin all rigjit. Mit der
udder next Sunday I comes to der house
vare der voomans vos, un pring der ding
vot I hromiss. Yen I comes in Jer houe
I don't see mine voomans. I dells der bee
pies vare is mine voomans i Der dells jnc
dot she bin gone out nut. un den I vate, un
I vote, un I vote, but dot voouians never
coined back. Mine Himinel! I de'.ls vou.
I vhs pig mad ven dot voomans no
M -"Then jctt just lacked one of getting
J. S. Yes, voos v;m voonnn; but dot
pe nuttings, der golt rii g I gift h.-r nit un
der egshp; lises for der lie, te;;ec. d,-t N Vi t
I don't like."
M. "Well, .Tohn. the !:et time yo-. go
n n sparking expedition, make the w, l.nu
pay 1 1 a 1 1 me expenses, niei do hot g v-r
a gold ring until after the ceruor-.y i- per
J.S. "Dot is yotwt d.T ding-, and I
uaiiKs you very i.iucii lor dciiiug me. u,
der voomaus bay half der eg-l.peuses un
gits no golt ring tell der breaching mans
ilellshershe p- ln'u-e fiow. Dot's it. (loot
Received duilv at .V Ohio I.- vee. Served
at all Mollis, day and night. 1 aruu. s sup
plied Selects M .111 ct::S per Call. IiH-Emi'.s
at 40 cwits. . A. Y. Di.R.U'x.
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t..,W. Mi KK lo. I',itiiititer.
Nov; on draft and l y the bairel. t:ie ce
ebr'at.'d Jarvi.. Cobden cider, for family u'
Sttictiv pure ii'ii'i verv clioice. Trv it. At
New Y;'i'k Store.
We have s; vei.il thoii-atid dollar-, in ac
counts ip,ic u in Cairo, 'iud owing to mir
present clrciimtances it'pe, pie will, in t!u
next few day. cm.' forwutd and pay ti
iil'ty cents on the lio'.lar. we wiil give h re
ceipt in lull. ' Kot-;:;i.i;it lli,o.
Gr.o. ( haiia ha it;.-: ivceiM'd a new
invoice of For' ics Pad. No. 1 i a sun
cure for fevei. jaundice, cd.il 1 etc.
cures kidney di.eae of ail kinds',
only ( !!.- dollar.
uisroN in n Kit.
.10 Tt le B FM'itr.-.
This celebrated Creamery Butter for sale
at New York store. By the tub 22 and 22 :
by the pound 2,)C -iits. Every pound guar
anteed the best, or money refunded. ,
Small tubs for family use. Rest Butter in
the world. C. O. Patij.u A'Co.
Oi,i timk riitcF. nt the barber shop (f
J. George Steluhoiise, on Eighth street, near
Alexander County Bank. Good barbers,
easy chair, sharp razors, clean towels, etc
Shave 10 cents, haircut 2," cents, shampoo
'.') cent, ntid other work proportionally low
Remember the place.
4 U ADVF.llTHKMKNTS In Hit relntim. of
iV live Hue eili'll or le W ill lie )it,Mln-it trn
cent nverv itiertinti : I met, hi. i,r': a iiiiiiiiiiuh
te1 cliiitnt.,, fl.UO l-er lllntltll. Kileh tliUllllonul
Ull", firer.l., Siniiitlnna Hilled lO'e.
IKtt'SK Fcl! SAt.K.
Colli ce tih'.l.. fi'Miirt tlitiliei'. im" In move
Wiint the lei viu'iiieil, Ktiniiv t This Hn.t.M'ir
STOVICS FOR SAt.li,
Three leillllli;tiive mill otim'llW ei'nliltia ftnve
ht'liilitflitu lii Ilie teliH'iiee putt olTilK Hi i.i.nriN
lii.llillii!.', mo ler'uic. Apr'. Mm Uu- piviiilea.
limtim-mTimi vnn vtvfr innilB'Yr.nOTtB
Biiwn, Arrow. Ttrai't, bhootintf Oluvea, etc., at
... w. HKNOEllSON'S. Commercial vutk e. cor-
hit rwt-ina atroef.
. ARTIST'S PKOOFS.
Fine tod .i... ...ii. r.mmi ti
'""Ul't or tho iHihllHhera'rorleiiitlitiu $IV00emh.
Will III) sold hIimtI v fn. am ikl rh or II, n f.iiirf.ir
Ul.0. Kmiutre atTna 1)cm.ktih binder)'.
OwNKita and niin-lin.i.r. .,r R...I r.ihIh in riro
ahould heaiiru they have goodtltla. I am now
i1"!'""" i iiirui-iuaiieiiacia at reimonatiiB ruti n.
Oitlre in Conn Hoiie.
Vi t U u . n
.... . . V.K OAl.li.
U llitatn,, r,m I. 11. .l..l. I l... 1 I.
of theOhlo rlver.uiid 4 mllea rrotn Ii. 11. nation,
nin-B ... niren iiiiui r niiice. urrliaril ol annul
iiirea. Ilaa a frame dwellln of U room. 4i0i)d
-tern. At a bargain. Applvetirly,
M..I. IIUWI.KV. It. K. Agent.
1-r t VritTfcvAetive nartlentoact a (.en
Al I JjrerttlAuciitforthi'Mlofour
ri'idiect'ilile. Cooila aell rtllliillt. W. lian .Iftrv
Htll'l'llllllll... II II I II A H II
or a liberal coinmlasion on nile. From $1.) li
JXlii miiiilh can he muile by live men. Karerhar.re
inr uiiiuuii; money Auures- Tl(ll Jll'll U
FA I it lllNti CO., llii Mouron t..Cbic20.
Oi &f.UV. Second St.
Furelin und l)onictic dried ami canned Fr'i! and
VeietabU-B. Canned. driei! aud nail Fi.h. Milt
le. Sauce. Oil and t oinllnifttt. Se!tp
KurT. Baking Powder. cr''i'.ajma!iil
wlioU. Spice. Toilet and I.suWry
So:'.;,. Si-eds, Jc;:,.. r-r-v,
Fa:.cy (roeer!'-s end (.re-
Stock Jinpaiiilleli d in the Wct. .
I1M) FOR DI E "GROCERS' MANtT.L,
AM, SORTS. SIZES AND TYLF.S,
DA. V I IJSON'S.
A'.,:i Mai.cf.irti re; ef aad IeR-r Ir.
TIN. COPPER A; SHEET-IRON WAKE.
("'At. I ;;imi, er ,i.,:i ,-sr; ne.NE Te ont.Ki: J
MV.'T. Fir.IITH STKF.KT.
(All:). : ILLINOIS).
Winter' l'-lei k.Cermr Seventh street ti ml Con-
llli'li ial Avelllle,
li,."'n . t" li.ferm the liini.- of ( nlro to I VI, 'i:ly
licit !. Im on hand anil n.-ei-Uii.; ilnlly. d'r. - t
Irne.l the K:i!ern i ii:e. eri larije atlil uiltiplelo
t..ek e l.adie' mid Mih''.
'HUMMED AND I NTRIMMED HATS.
H,,.l,,ry "ill !, ami rulor r, Hi". In on..1 il"!! ir
perpdr' ( er t-. t-' it-, tu f.'M. mill fti;: a-.iji!-in.-;.
A',! the verv Int. -I (l, .lci,. I'rlei a low a
AI T TTATTC
VUU 11 UU
nt,;,' mid l'imiiIs iii.uk,','. in plnin il.-nre. Will ivit i
lie ui'.ilei-aold. ( nil itnd eMiiniiie. .No trouble In H
!intt uiiod I.adie who do mil hcu what the
ijniit will pit ii .u-k for O.
rpilE CITY NATIONAL BANK .
Co l en, IHitiol.
C A I ' 1 T A I j . $ 100.000
WW. II Xt.T.tn.W. l'rel,letit.
11. I.. IIAl.t.lOAY, Vtei- l'resldctit.
.1. U. SMI I'll. Acting Ca-hler.
a. arAT tavi on. w. r. itAt.i.iriAr,
IIKNKV I., H.O.t.-tHV, It. ll.rt'NNINUIIAK,
ii, ii, ii 1,1 m i s , arKi'iiKN mm),
II. II. CANPtlK.
Exi'liangc, Coin and Uniteil States Bonds
HOl'C.IlT AND SOLD.
Pepnlta received, and a general banking huilucua
5 AND 10c COUNTERS!
TO TUB TltADKi-TliollvebticlneMmenor tho
dnv ure amrOlitt tlieni- cotinlefs. Wu urn the Orlijl
iinlornnd lleiuliiimrtetal Wehauitlio only two V
Kxri.Vf.iVK A mitl loi'.lobblnu Houae In fh I S, ,
t-t-Seml lor Ciituleirtio nud irlU'iiliii'a.
AX) AM) WU ItANDftt.t'It PTItrCET. CIIH'AOO.,.
Aim tftlavdWChmmcy Hirci't.iUnton