Newspaper Page Text
TIIK DAILY OAIUO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKNING, NOV EM BE It 7, 187ft.
T IL MARFAN, M. P.,
Homooiiatlili' Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllca MO Commercial avmi. llealdence corner
KoiirtccntU M. uud Wasbiinrum avmiui', C ittro,
Pit. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrni-Xo. M Commivclal Avenue, between
:,jtillj ud Nlut- Street
JIL W. C. JOCELYN,
U K N T 1ST.
OFFICE-Klclua Street, near Comnu-n lal Avenue.
NOTARY PI IU.Ii'.
Notary Public and C unveyuncor.
OFFICE :-Willi the Widow' ami Oorpnaim' Mil
ual Aid Hm-li-tv.
ATT011X KVS-AT-LA W.
J IN EG Alt & LANSDEN,
OFFICK So. uncommercial Avenue.
10 CITY FEIIKY CO.
Ou mid after Mrfuday. 'Juue K the bout 111 maku
the folluwiug tripe:
LEAVE I.KAVtH I.RAVF.S
Foot Fourth at. Missouri LiuulV. Ki'Utucky lA'g.
, . , , . . '
s a. m. S::l(l a. in.
in a.m. 10:;'.o n. m. 11 a.m.
4 p.m. i!::mi i. m. :l p. in.
t p. in. p.m. r. p. m.
II h. in. (USD a. in. I'1 '"
3 p. m. V.Hti p.m. 4 p. in.
DOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
Tin' KieisiitSliU wheel I'tof-ciitf-r Steamer
A. .1. HUU)
l,"M'n Cairo every nftornooH ut A o'clock, fur
Vadneabi Metropolis and way lavidilii!-. I; r
freight or pancsite apply to SOL. A. MIAMI,
A fii t.
X K W A 1) VERTISK M EX TS-MIS( ' K I, I. A X KO I S.
JH'iilvr lu all kind- of
Cord WockI, Stove Wood.
BiGr MUDDY COAL
YVOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington ami
70 OHIO LEVEE.
No din or dimt bv measure" belin,' exposed to n i r.
Milk delivered twice a day.
SEALED IN PINT ItOTTLES.
i'rj It and "ee for joiiri.elvei
30 l'INT TICKETS ONE IX )LLAIt:
Caab (ill delivery of ticket.
Q 1). WILLIAMSON,
7(i Oliio IiOvoo.
Boat Store ami (iroceries.
Of all kiiiUii.
OI'HN NIC3IIT AND I A Y.
Vreah Dairy und Gilt Kline Duller. Oynleis nuil nil
kluita of trult when In uuinu, on IihiicI iiml ileliv
re d promptly at n-nldeucaa trvu, Oj ati ra dullvcwil
IDealer in Fresh M eat.
Hrtwmi Wunhinstou unU Coin
mrclrtl A v., Hitiolnlnz Iliinoyii,
Lamb, Hainan, Ac, auJ la preparfl tuim
faalllei lu an ccfptab; uiaLUvT.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF Al.KXANDKIt COPSTV.
(inly Mornlns i)uily in Sow hern Illinois,
C'aiiio, III.. Noeiiilienl. IH7D.
llur, Thcr. Hum Wind. Yd Wctillier.
(I: Hi in .ti.Sl
Maximum Temperature, .vs ; Minimum Tom
uriitiiriN 47 ; Hiiliifall, 0.0 liu-h. J( J .
(Seru't Sljniil Corns, V. S. A.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
"Will i tun lloldcn ut Unity was in the
There were thirty or more cars of lmy
on truck in Cairo yesterday.
Judge Yocitin's court will coniincuec
session next Motiduy.
Muscular Rheumatism yields to the
wonderful influence of St. Jacob's Oil.
J. G. Carter, Esq., ti leading attorney
from Mound City, was to be seen ou our
Elmer Comings bus got into his new
quarter, in the old Alexander County
Head the advertisement of Mrs.
iwundcrs this morning. It is of vilnl in
terest to the ladies.
New crossings are becoming entirely
too numerous und coiiiin.ui to even cause
All thoe who cough toe bores to the
community, and should b'e forced by law to
invest U" cents in Dr. Hull's Cough .Sytuji.
-We have tried two new local reporters
this week, and find them both too enter
prising by half. Iu tact, they were "bad."
Let us have peace.
A shadow, and lmt tt heavy one at that,
of Mat Fulton was out on the stnets yes
terday. Mat's legion of friemU art glad to
meet even that much of hint
The display of fireworks, for the bene
til of the I'nited States tihd Cairo, will com
mence in the morning of the loth, mid
continue to the 1 lib.
Twelve cut' of Texas ctttle, from the
SI. Louis, Iron Mountain A: Southern rail
mud, were sent north over the Illinois .Cen
tral railroad yesterday.
The Sun say.s: "There seems to be no
doubt of the election of Alden (iibl, the
toad tax and Thorpe." What was Thorpe
running lot anyhow ;
The Sun says: "Tut: JUl.l.l Ti.v has
found out who Mr. Nattgle is." Tin: Jh i.
t.rn. answers its own question. 'That is
more than the Sun has ever done.
W. A. Drips and wife, well known to
the people of Cairo, an: now living nt Hoil
Choieau avenue. St. Louis. Mrs. James
will spend the winter with them iu that
delectable n't v.
No child can sleep soundly while suf
fering with Colic or -fiom Teething. He-
move the cause by using Dr. Hull's Ha by
Syrup. ti!y Ti cents a bottle.
About 2") cats ot cotton from Texas is
received in Cairo daily over the Iron
Mountain railroad and shipped to the
mills in New Eughmd.
Mr. Vantteisoti. senior member of the
great conitni-sion linn of Yanncrson &
Humes, Augusta, (la., has been in Citito u
day or two, on business tor his house.
George W. Dugan. Esq., superintend
ent of telegraph, Cairo, St. Louis A; .New
Orleans railroad, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Dugan i a brother of ('apt. 1 See.se Du
gun. We regret to say that Mr. Ilanell is
not unv belief. His sickness is more
nervous prostration than anything else,
lie has very littie lever. Dr. Murean is
The Delta City Eire Company purpose
keeping their hell rope locked with es in
the hands ot policemen and members of
the company in order to do away with
boy-bell -ringing nuisance.
We note a change of time in the
freight and accommodation trains on tin
Cairo St. Louis (narrow guagei railroad.
It would b;: well for the traveling public to
read the new lime card iu another eoluinn
of Til k Hi i.i.r.riN.
The I. C. IS. IS. Company have allele I
their freight transfer shed, to make room for
nu extra track down to the stone d"pot. This
will prove a great convenience in transfer
ing the large quantity of freight received
tit this point.
About the busiest place, you can strike
is to drop in, at tiny time, on the New
York Store and it) small tinny of clerks.
There Is more soles of shoes than soles of
pants worn out among the attaches of that
Time change und men change with
them. The opinions of to-day are not the
opinions of to .morrow. Smokers tltul no
change in the "Faultless," nor have they
reason to change their opinion of it -Sold
by F. Koisnieyer.
To give our readers an idea of the im
mense amount of coal hauled at Cairo, we
need only say that the receipts by llalliday
Ili-os. nloite, iu the month ot October, footed
up over tt thousand car loads an average
off),"i cat'scaeh day.
The Delta City lire company will give
n grand "chair" ball iiuay we nsk what that
''.) on Thursday evening, November 'Kth.
The "bovs" never do anything by halves, so
,,, ,. , j . t utl,.ll(. Tickets. ; supper
" ' 11
ex'.r.i, a. we und-Htjiud i!.
The machinery for Keohler TJro.'s salt
sugc factory will be, wo understand, of tho
latest patterns, and will arrive lu a few
days. The factory building is ready to re
ceive it. " '
Two roust-n-bouts had uu exchange of
blows near the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee. Cause unknown. The police
coming upon them, they tied. No arrests
Mr. Halfrcy's German-American school,
on Fourteenth street, is crowded, an addi
tion of new teachers having become, u neces
sity of late. Ik-sides the day school, Mr.
Halfiey conducts an evening and night
The new book am! news store, opened
by E liner Comings, on the corner of Eighth
and Commercial streets (although his en
tire stock has not yet arrived), presents a
very complete and inviting appearance.
The thieves are traveling south. The
Cairo 'thermometers have dropped on them
too suddenly, and convinced them that
southern climes, Memphis for instance, or
for that matter Paducah, too, offers better
inducements to them.
Mr. John Sackburger has, for various
reasons, christened the corner of Eighth
street and levee, the "Sharp Corner." It was
only the other day that a dressed hog very
mysteriously made its disappearance from
Wo have at our ollice an order for
f 100, as part payment on a Mendelsshon
Piano, advertised iu another column, that
we would like to dispose of to some one
w ho wants a good piano at n low price.
Their catalogue and price list may be seen
tit this office.
A survey is being made of a route over
the new and o'd levee, for the purpose
of ascertaining the feasibility of
changing the track of the Cairo A; Vin-ct-niies
railroad from Commercial avenue
to enter the citv bv wav of S -eoiid streen
and the levee.
Mr. Fred Keohler had a narrower
escape than one would suppose, from our
account in yesterday's issue. The ball drew
blood from tin' lower portion of bis cur. and
hence, came near knocking all his plans
for the best and most cxten-ive "sausage
factory, "into a cocked hat."
-James King took too much tea. and
raised thunder in "these diggings," aJ'tt'r
the manner of King James of old. lie
was brought before Judge Comings, who be
lieved that James had had about one dol
lar's worth of fun, and tiued him accord
ingly, lie went to the cooler.
- Sarah Williams was. day lu i'me yester
day, arrested and tried before Justice
f'. ,;.,,,.. c... . i... ....... .....1 .It. ,.!..,..
V WllllllS Mil VI I llijli:ilt illl'l 'll'.'lllti I , i
conduct. She wa found guiltv and lined ,
twenty dollats. A stay was wa.s givnn ln-r j
ul Hbu uid. Hetng still found in the I
citv vesterdav she will be s-ibr-r for twenty
hm .1.,,-c it, H. i .,.,. I
J. H. Cunningham, Esq.. desire us to
state that he ever holds himself in readiness
to accept complicated and important law
cases of whatever kind; but particularly
does he give careful attention to important
criminal cases. It is but justice to Justus
to say that he never permits judge or jury
to no to sleep on him, and that the charm i
of his eloquence is simply irresislable. '
Mr. W. K. Howell, a lawyer or j
Paducah, Kentucky, will, this evening, de-
livef an address at the the Cairo Temper. I
mice Reform club rooms. Mr! Howell is j
said to be an eloquent speaker, and this j
announceinent will, undoubtedly call out ,
an extra large crowd. J'here will also be
addresses from sumo of our home talent to :
uiv iiiu.-iv.-i 4 uu- inn-nil... i
... . .. I i ....... I .. ,1... lllllV
One lmlv n-iiileix will lie intei-esteii in !
a neat little volume of Hid page--, em
bracing 1,000 practical recipes and sug
gestions on household matters, the cniitri.
but ons o over olio a lies, a copy o which
s given free, to every subscriber of l ine
, . ,,
n..;..:Ki,v l.t i....;tin who pays in lull tor
1SS0. This offer is made font limited tune
only. 'fake advanta-
of il at
'fet'tns, '2.00 jieryear.
Notwithstanding the threatening a.-pcel
of the weather last night
parlors of Mr. S. H. Reeds' residence v -n-
early tilled with the ladies of the I'resbyte-
rian church and their guests. The ladies
in charge have learned by experience how
to conduct these pleasant little affairs in
order to get as much enjoyment as can b-
crowded into one evening out of tiietn, and
they have yet the first even partial failure
to record. The refreshments were elegant.
The head to the Koehlcr-Walt'T item
published in yesterday's Hi'I.i.ktin. we re
gret to say. gave offense to soino of our citi
y.ens when no offense was intended. Heing
a "bad" mitnouiself, we, naturally euottghfl
wrote a bad head to the item, ami had was
the spirit in which it was taken by the par
ties concerned. The fact that Mr. Koehler
and Mr, Walter cannot be classed under
the head of "bad men" and that the city
brewery is far from being'a "had place'' is
too well know n to require an aflirmation in
The Grand Court of tie Suite ofHlinois,
a colored benevolent society, will hold its
session in this city, iu )cfcnilT. The in
stallation and banquet will he given ou
Friday evening. December .'ith, ut Scheel's
Hall, by Chillies Sumner Court No. ,' of
Cairo, at which time the olliecrs ot the
Grand Court will lie publicly installed.
Con Hi will be in nlWidaucc from Spring
Held, Alton, Hrooklyn, Hcllevlllo utd Du
(Jiioin. Mr. W. T.cott has been appoint
ed master of ceremonies, assisted by ir, T.
Wenro young, handaome and Innocent
the world with nil its splendor Ilea before
us, but wo wuut to die. We want to lie
just six feet beneath the velvet sward with
our toes turned to the daisies; and. then,
while our virtuous tingle soul shall traverse
the realms ot the blue beyond and our nngle
feet trend the pleasant paths of peace, wo
shall be-tmdisturb'ed by naughty heads to
naughty items, by arrivals announced in
the St. Louis ltepublicitn or by the ever
green vegetation who edits the Hun. We
want to die, wn sny, und escape all these an
noyunces or be dropped out ot the lap of
the present back into the middle of the
dark ages and be forgotten il not forgiven.
There was a meeting of the Fire De
partment held in the eouncilchatnbcr Wed
nesday night. The Department consists ot
the members of the city council, the pres
idents of the different tire companies', the
lire warden, the mayor and the city mar
shal. Mr. T.J. Keith was made president
of the meeting and Alderman E. A. Smith,
secretary. A motion was made and car
ried, that a committee ot three be appointed
by the chair to draft rules and regulations
to govern the tire department. Mr. Ed.
Jacobs was made chairman and Messrs.
Herman Meyer and Will Perce members
of the committee. n motion of Alderman
Wrifcht the committee was increased
to live members by udding the names
of Mayor 'I'hisllewood und .Air. Kerth.
Il was decided, cm motion of Mayor This
tlewood. that inch of the live companies
be required to make a quarterly report of
the condition of their engines, hose, num
ber of men, etc.. the first of these quarterly
reports to be made in January m-xt. On
motion ot Mr. Jacobs the meeting ad
journed, to meet on next Thursday night.
November 13, to receive the report of their
special committee. It is the intention of
the department to adopt a code of signals,
and hold each company strictly lo iheiii. in
order that the tire may be immediately
located, and the size of the blaze made
known to companies out of that di-tticl.
PINK OYVI'KI.'S. j
If you want a good dish of ,v.-ti r- served
in any styl". or a hot cup of coffee, no to I
.)(! Ohio Levee, next to I. M. IS. R. otiice. !
Open day and niuht. Families supplied by i
the can. Select
cents per can.
A. T. Di.r. w x.
From ii t.ii
POINTS OF F.TIOUFm:.
Letters should never be crossed.
L-tt- rs fpf introduction should b- brief.
"Yottis. ice." is rud-: ending to a lett-r.
Say Good-bye," and not "Good-morn-
n minutes for a
tardy gui st.
L'l'011 introduction at one- enter into con
' I'poll leavin:
I Doll leavin--' the roi
A call should not be
minutes in length.
more than fifteen
When bran new pianos can ! bought
for M0 we ought to become a musical and
music-loving people. This is what the
Mendelssohn PianoCo.. 21 East loth Street,
-(w y,, .llv doiu" ellin" pianos from
.,. f(. ' . ..,- '..
reputation of these pianos having b:;en
unanimously recommended for tho highest
,nors at the-reat Centetuiial Evhlbition
!41)l the high character of the company for
honorable and struiirhtfoi ward dealiie.'
should insure for them liberal patronaL'e.
Their illiisfrated and descriptive catalogue,
of t,.ry o,M pi,g,.s. givinsr I ii ghost testlmi).
'I , 1 .. . ! , .1 ,
Ma s oi cai .iiy mi s - nit is. win ie inuiii-ii
free to all. an I iunuirics by letter f-lieet-fiillv
A N'l.W M II KM K.
silver, tea set will b- drawn
, . , .... , ,, . ,., ,
licbemans billiard parlors on ( hristmas
, v , , ,-
, eve. Every person payin--tor a game "t
j ,,llUjr,,swill m,.w, tK.U(it ,lltit:in, ,lim
, , , ... ,.,..
i e .i eiiaiiiT- iu uu- ui.-.n 1111;. iuie;s ,.,,..
not be obtained in any other way.
Go to Stka'itox ifc Hiiiu's If you want
! m buy the following goods at low ptic-.:
! Atniore Sc Co.'. Mince meat
Snider A Co.'s Apple. Reach and (Quince!
; butter. ,
j Young America cheese, for family use. ;
j Xcw York and Ohio Factory cheese, full j
; cream. !
i Canada o.a men!.
New-York Huckwhent flour. j
Kraut in barrels, half barrels and quarter j
Old Government Java, Mocha. Santos, j
Mexican and Rio Coffee.
Two hundred barrels choice Michigan
apples: a general assortment of canned
.gdids; very linn Tens, Dried fruits. Fancy
Groceries of all kinds, etc., etc.
11 pmind Old Hurry Letter Heads.
5j; " " " Note Heads.
" Linen Letter Heads.
2'.,' " Linen Note Heads.
The best quality of paper at prices of I
c cheapest, grade.
pound statements all colors.
10 pound Hills Lading.
14 and.10 pound Hill llcads all sizes,
Extra super white Envelopes nt St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Rinding, all kinds at Tiik
Oi.dtimk 1'HtCKs at the barber shop of
J. George Stoinhouse, on Eighth street, near
Alexander County Hank, Good burbers,
easy chairs, sharp razors, clean towels, etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut 23 cents, shampoo
i!3 cents, und other work proportionally low
Remember the place.
Wc copy from the official record of the
City Council's meeting of lust Tuesday,
Alderman Pettit offered the following
Resolved. That the present police force
bo increased one in number, und that the
Mayor be requested to designate one mem
ber of the force to act in the Fifth ward.
Adopted by the following vote:
Ayes- llalliday, Kynnston, Patier, Pettit.
Smith und Wright 0.
Alderman Wright moved that the ser
vices of the Health (Hiker be discontinued
after November SiOlh next. Motion
Alderman Howlcv offered the following
IScHolved, That the Mayor iu conjunction
with the committee on claims be and is
hereby authorized and instructed to have
all public cisterns requiring it tliorouirhly
repaired and tilled without delay.
Adopted by the following vote:
Ayes llalliday, llowley. Kynnston,
Patier, Pettit, Snflth and Wright - 7.
MISCKIXANhOO III MSi:ss.
Alderman Wright not being pn sent when
petitions were called, asked and obtained
unanimous consent to introduce petition
containing Ml signatures asking council
not to repeal Sunday liquor law.
Ou motion of Alderman Ibovley said pe
tition was referred to ordinance committee.
Liquor bonds of II. Hrieliau and N". G.
Spring, were read and on motion of AMi r
luan 1'ettit, approved.
Hotel runner's bond of Louis ltiee wa
presented and tvad, and on motion of Al
derman llalliday referred to committee on
j 1'uliee. Jail and Fire Department.
The -Mayor appointed the followiuj
I persons special police cell-table-. I
j pel-sons to act without compensation from
city, and to do duty at the follnwing pho-s.
I who wen-continued by an niianimoi.s i ti.
of the a'derini u present :
.totni tain at tiie I i.ro iV ,:.c :im. i
.lo-f-ph !;ud-.ie at C.ito
I. mis d
George Lohr at I. C. IS. R. d,
Maor iiomiimfil I 1 1 :.!-- J.aily as i ; i: -lar
police constable, uudci- ivo!uiii.;i of Al
derman l'ettlt. ( 'onfillued..
I'nder anthorilf of ordinance, the n):sy..r
'.end-men t i r .
: T. J. K. r.f.
h. Jr.. Fotitth
H. H. Caudee. Filt wa;
T!.ir ward: M. P. W..I
ward : ( 'harles Lancaster. F
On motirlii of Alderman
M.iH'r re)orteil haviic' r
F. ter Duffy.
At Tin-; IV(i.iS(, hiitie of llinkli- iV:
Moor on Coiiiiiiercial avenue, pig'.- fe. t,
-pare ribs, back bones, and thei -trimmings
in larg--or small quantities are fur sale at
very low prices. Nc.v laid for family Use.
invites special intention.
j yur Mt.vr Ct t:i: that Cm ..Ji.--With
i Shilnli's Coiisiinijition Cure you cii:i cure
i yourself. It has established' the tact that
' Consumption can U cured, while for Cou-jhs
! ''"'''I'ii'tf Cougli. Asthma, and
j nil iiisriises (il lliroailincU.Ullgs.lt is ao.o -
j lufely without an equal. Twodoscs will ic
! lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant t-
,;lk(' perlectly harmless to the joiitige.t
child, and no mother can clt'oni to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a Im'tle
and if what we say is not true we will r
fttnd the price paid. Ftice K) cts. .'lOcts,
and $1.1)0 per liottle. If your Ltintjs are
sore or chet or back lame UseShiloh's J'or
oils Plaster. Sold bv Hart lav Rrothet's.
llAVK oii Dyspepsia, lire you (.on-titia- I
. ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, il so don t tall t" u-c Sin-
lob's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed tr
rj.tlet'i. t-r.ll iln.l M-ilt , mi ..rtnt.iii,.. unll'..
. ' ."' " ' .' J'' ' .siii.,-1
. when oii can be cureo on sinh terms a-
i .i. p ,a . . . . - , ,, , , ,
: , . ' ' M" ' ' ' ""'' S " U
' Hatchiv lb-others.
. ZIZTZZ" 7"i. ' ' ,- .
; , ';"on m;.iii.-u nm. i,u,.ri;i
. 1, .(, ,r is (i-otnir tn sliiierei 1 Ii- tlie n,i.
oi gas, we are man oi it. nasisine tiane
. r , i .... . . ...
of mi,- mitional existence. When hoarse
i with too much speaking, take Hall's I!al!un.
. Is especn.lly adapted to congress,,,,.,,.
; iiiiuisii-is nun uu- resi in iiiiiiikiiio.
j Sold by ltarclay Hkis,
TOVNDRY, MACHINE SIOp AND
1 STEAM FORGE.
Vl'LCAX IliOX AVoiJKS
:i OHIO I.F.VF.K. CAIIUMIO.
eJohiL T. l"?(ijniie,
HAVIXli patabllahed 'unworka nt the uliove men
tinned place la hetter prepari'il tluill ever fur
manufacliiriiiK Steam Ki ulnea and Mill Miirliitii-rv
lliivhie a Steum ) I inn m-r and ample Tnnla, tiie
niKiiiilin-lure of all kinds of Mariilm-ry. Idiliroiid.
Steniiilint and Ilrlde KorliiL'H tnitile n (iiecliilt, .
Hfp'-elnl tttlr-mloii itlvui. tu repair, nt K' 'liii-fiitid
ISniF C'niiiu! of all klndn made t. urd .-t
Pad K ttina in all lt bruichea.
ALL SORTS. SIZES ANN STYLES.
DA VI DSONS.
A1i-o MtllilU'ui-turei' ol uliil tl' j'.'.t !;i
TIN. COPPER Cv SHF.r.T-IRON WARE.
If AM. KIND ir top WOHK UMi V" "IVJf f
NO. 2". t'.ttiHTH IT'tKKT,
i'Ate, : : : ILLINOIS
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
G2 Lake St.. 9H Seneca St.
IX POINT Oi'
Kcouoniy iu Fuel. Dura
bility, and Coityeuieio c.
Completeness of design, and
iVlfcctiiess of Consti'iK tio'.i.
Simplicity of Management, and
General Working Qiulttie-i.
TIIK IJKST AM M0T RELIABLE
QT 0 Y E S y
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried ami Fire Tete-J!
! ACKNOWI.F.Iif.K.Il FAVORITES.
j:vui:y st ivk i:.;m viii.k
ami n:E a J-: '. - i.
ALL GOODS FILLY WARILAN I'LI).
' Forsaiv by ('. WMl EN DE ItON. Vv.r
A:.d bv Kir-' C-!i D-iicr. I' .en tir,
SMAI.I. AliVJ U'lIsfMrATs.
: I.I. a I ' v. i:ti s i: i ;; n is ju ... ,f
ii-!,;. .-u-rv inn 1 1 mil ; '. iiinMii. 1 '.'i ' nn.li!. ' 'h
"Ut Oui.." . .iln' p.-r i-e,:i'!i Ci. Ii :)
I lili, . i;i :it- Ml-. .tin! JI-. ' f-i .
A l:TI s r iuI's
, l' :: m- -i I'-: L-rini'i.-, fur '. I e.!...' I
; I'tniL'Ilt el 'he p.i'ili-ie-r- !"i.r I ll..iii '.'ci i.
i Wit; i.c l-l -ii -'v ti,r '.' m - .,:. .ir ,t r
'. .'.'le.-r. ill Tin. lit M .ti l-:t.i t.
-.. Kit. :tli.'. ptirelm-.-i. ,.f I'.r-t ::.,: :t: I .. ..
-'loul'l I" i;r. liny :i . xul 1 1 1 ;,- I u;; -
jn-.-p-i'.-.-i In t !ua .!, ir'- nt i-.-:i-..!:ie ,-i'-
(:' i! ( . lu U -
Knr .- w i;
A ii- f No. Sdothi. -tpr and - , -
P'lrli.v "--I :, b'lt 'ii!ti!ie fer poler ot pr'C.-.t;.-ru.i
or. i. iiii-lsiiiu; i. br.-vier. '"U5 prime. . p:i i. . . -i
prim.-i. .i-r:ii:.i a d ...' fii.-li-h !!- s- I
I'i'-.r- Ii.; .-ii-..: u-'.,- -. xet...".: .pi-.. .- j
Tj" V,i -tei; liirui iu 1' .l.i-ki (in i-ti. on ' ,,
el the ( !iii riu-r. :ii.n l in I. ir.m. I:, t: ,,.(
I .lin r.- .-.-I fler-. I !nl-'! l-'IH e (!i M!iffl ut i- t
l."iiuri tl-ii- IrM'ie I'Ki-iilii;; ef r .kid - (,.. I
it- :a. At a br;"iiii A lil( :t'. .
M. J Iti'WT.KV'. I: V. A;
fjir-ralAm nt-tor tin--..:.. r
jiei liiutu--. I! u 1 I. i.
r...lb..l. . .. I j- ..:i .......II. tl . ....
I 'W'.' ' .'i"l- I l I ;iU . Ill1 I'BI 1 . ' j
r n liberal -(luiiniioioi. ia-'i. I-'ron'i $:iio t-
.ien mm: iii c.ni I.,- mini.. In l!.. in.-n Hnr.-i :-i ..
t--r nuikiii.' ii.mi'i Ad !re'. Tl:i( Ml'll MAS i
KAt Ti l'IN. CO . ltd Motion- s: .l'iii,--i
KO'MMLOK HI. OS.,
Cerin-r Ws-iiiai'.ni. Amu r n(t K'.-'r
(AIRm. : : : : I,rlN"!S
A fait aa;l cumve-t- :(.?.) of tUeb- .f 'l
kinil meat uii jirnl.
THE CITY NATIONAL HAN :
C A 11 T A L. 10 0, 0 0 O
I OFFH Kits
I W. p. rt.M.ttllAY. I'r-i-l a:
II. I.. II A I.I. I DAY. eel're. I -'it. .
J 11. SMIT!!. A i '.hi ' a.'a--r.
; DtKKi TOKv
S1AATS TATIDIl . V MAUiOur,
I IIKSI'.V I.. II A 1.1.1 11 . I!. II. I t SNIN.II1AM,
e. II. lU.IAM.OS, TR'HK U;l(
H II. ANJKK.
Kxcliiitigc, Coin und United States lijti In
liofdirr and solii.
1)'-P'i;t' ref e'.vcd iad a i -tiern'. Ii.inklui b-n.a-ia
MRS. M. A.SWANDEU,
Winter's llhiek, ('(liner Seventh Street ami Coiii-
TV-Ire. to Inform tho cltl.eti'.df Cairn and vl.-luit.,
Unit i-ho Iiii a
.Xow nml Larue Stock off. owls
Willi Ii she will foil at AiriAt. cn-r. ( 'utmliiliu of
Hats ami lioiiiicts,
Ami Flue Imported Huso ter l.adl utol l lil'.ilreu.
. Ladies' Furuisliin Oootls !
All the very latect di'alifna. I'rlca a low an pna
nlblo and Kila niarkcd in plain llirea Will ut
be uuderMotd. Cull aud iniiuilue No trouble to
how good I-adle, v im do not tv l't lli
want bl.t l''.vMk fott'.