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TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY, MOKNIMi, , NOVEMBER ,31, 1870.
PROFESSIONAL C VRM -PUTSICIANJI.
r U. MAR SAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office WO Commercial avenue. Rosldenca rurnur
Fourteenth Hi. ud N aohiuulua aixnue, Cairo.
J)R. K. V. WIIITLOCK,
UrrvMS. 1 Commercial Avenue, between
SltChttt and Ninth Screen
Jjll W. C. JOCELYX,
OFFICE Kliihtk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With tin; Widows' nud Oorpuaua' II u
ml Aid Society.
J INEGAft A LANSDEN,
A ttoi'i 10 vs-at-La w.
OFFICE -No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
j (JA 1R0 CITY F ERR V CO.
THKEK jsQ STATES.
in i tid all or Mnudav, June IS, the bunt will make
the following Hp: .
LEAYRs UUVES LEAVES
Foot Fourth at Missouri Land'x. Kcutueky l.d'g.
St. m. S::!Oa. m. 8 a. lu.
10 a. in. 10:30 a. m. II a.m.
i p. m. i:M p. in. a p. m.
. 4 p.m. 4:90 p.m. i p.m.
' a. in. tVW n. in. 10 a. m.
S p. in. S:Wp.m. 4 p.m.
STEAM ti ATS. . ,
tfOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
K.C'snl Sidewheel Vat sciijjt r Steamer
Leaven Osiro every ufteiuooB at 3 o'clock, for
Paducau. Metropolis aud wav landln'.'c 'or
t'rolirht or passage apply to hOI.. A. SILVER,
foreicu and Domestic dried aud canned Fruits nd
Vegetable!. Cunned, dried and suit Finn. Pick
lea, aucs, Oil aud Cuudlnictit. Soup
stuffa, Kakliii Powders, ground aud
whole Spices. Tollol aud Laundry
Soaps. Seeds. Jellies. Preserves
Fancy Groceries and C.ro
Stock nn paralleled in the AVest.
SKXD FOIi OIK "GKOCEKS' MAXUKL.
BOOTS AXI SHOES.
HOOTS AND SHOES
.Made to Order
l-'KoM THE BEST MATERIAL ON slIuRT NO
work, MATERIAL AM) fit GUAR
ANTEED. WRi-puiiii:;.' done wild ihmiuoh u lid despatch.
Avenue. N. E. Comer
CAIRO. I LI..
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i'tTi K A A T0 11""" A Y,A"- r to
Vlf I rl If If'r'nyuroHuloculliv
lN I 1 1 'Vor,,k Women ilu as well
above. No nn ran full to
niukti money htt. Any oim tau do thu worlt. You
i-Au make fiom Mv. to fj nil hour hv devoilnj ymir
reenlncs audspnru tiinu to the hlisliless. It costs
notUlnit to try the business. Nolhlnii like It f,.r
ruouey niakliiKfviirult'ersd before. JtusluiiM plea
art nnd sti'cily littunrslile. Itesder. If you want io
Vunw all about the Imi paylnir business before the
lubUo. seud us your address ulid u will aotd nu
fiili imrtl' uliirs and irivlo tenis free; samples
woilhfcl also free on urn theu iiiaka up jour
tnlnd fr vHiirsx'.r Addr s. liKOKOK 8TINSON
A CO. i''in:.,Ld. Mului-.
THE DAILY WJILETM
KNTKURO AT TIIK POST OI'FIOK I.N CAIRO, IL
I.INOIS, AH SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALEXANDER COUXTY,
Only Morninsr Daily in Southorn Illinois.
GENER AL LOCAL ITEMS.
This cold weather is linring and we
feel better than ever before.
Win. M. Davidson has the contract of
roofing llcury Halliday'snew house.
Wo regret to say that Mr. Harrell was
not nearly so well yesterday as he lias been
at any time durine; the last four days.
C. A. Beck, Division Superintendent
of the Illinois Central, is a guest of the
N. 11. Thistlewood & Bra, have tur
nished an office in the White building, cor
ner of Sixth street and Ohio levee,
Owing to an oversight, the publication
of the resolutions of respect of Mr. John D.
Holmes, were delayed until this morning.
An improvement on Eighth street be
tween Ohio levee and Commercial avenue,
is the tilling along the sedowalk on that
-What I know about that standard rem
edy Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup: I know
that a 25 cent bottle cured me of a bad
cough in 12 hours.
-Mrs. C R. Stuart who was taken
seriously sick while attending the fair in
the Temperance Hall, some evenings ago
is said to be improving.
- Mr. W. F. Pitcher was out again
yesterdav with the assistance ol a cane.
It will be remembered that he fell off the
sidewalk on Commercial avenue some
lays ago and seriously hurt his leg.'
Mrs. Osterlou won a fine clock. Mr.
Stuart's little girl a neat gold pen, and Mr.
Sullivan, clerk at the New York store, a
stereoscope and views, at the fair in Temper
ance hall on Wednesday ni'fht.
My wife suffered with severe Rheu
matic Pains in the knee. I induced her to
use St. Jacobs Oil; it brought immediate
relief, and quickly cured her; we hishlv
recommend the remedy. John Dickhaut,
Hiram Ilill was in town, yesterday,
after a tow-boat, with which to bring the
machinery of the sunken steamer Rapidan
from Pittsburgh handing to Taducah. Be
sides the machinery of the boat, he recov
ered 149 bales of cotton.
Public squares are a great blessing to
the community. Wc can say the same of
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup.it is the best remedy
fur the -cure of all diseases Babyhood lias to
encounter. Price only 23 cents.
lirown, rouster on the steamer
Commonwealth, being jjuilry of disorderly
conduct, was arrested by officer Frank
Schuckers, brought up, tried and fined five
dolllars aud costs, which he paid and
then skipped the town.
The attendance at the sale of Hyslop's
furniture yerterday, was large. The room
was tilled with appreciative buyers, and the
bidding was good natured and lively. The
bulk of the furniture was purchased by Mr.
Cundee. In most cases' the property, al
though good as new, brought only about
one-fuuvth the original cost.
hast night being the close of tiie fair,
the Temperance hall was crowded with
people, who were, apparently, nil enjoying
themselves. At tho hour we visited the
hall, we could not obtain, the names of
those w ho were lucky in the "chance game,''
or the amount realized by the ladies, but
will give our read ois this desirable informa
We yesterda saw a stock
dealer from some point below,
who, the night before, had re
ceived a severe full, between Thistlu wood's
and Boicourt's livery stables. He re
quested us, liberally sprinkling the request
with oith, to call tho authorities' attention
to the bad condition of the walk on that
side of the street, but we wouldn't.
The H to 12 party to-night bids fair to
be the event of the season. The number of
young men who will attend will be much
larger than at the lust, and all the older
people w ho failed to attend have expressed
u determination to be present. Thu music
w ill be furnished, wc understand, by Eis n
berg's band of six pieces. It should nt.t be
forgotten that dancing commences ut eight
and the lights will be put out at twelve
Mag Williams, a lady ot color, having
imbibed too much of the "Devil's k;nd!ii g
wood," did on yesterday, regardless of
whomsoever, and in open violation to the
ordinances ol the city ot Cairo, conduct
nnd deineitn herself in un unlady-like nnd
"hang the difference" kind of a manner.
The eagle eye of an officer seeing Miss
Mag "kicking up the dust'' nnd believing
that she whs a lady of nr;ans, offered him
8,Mf as her escort to the office of Squire
Coinings, and was accepted. The Squire,
disapproving of disorderly conduct in any
and every form, shape or manner, fined her
the usual amount, which, if she didn't pay,
sliewill pay, or at least, ought to pay.
One Oviu Bartlett, rather an elderly
man, who w is, if wo remember rightly,
bound for Arkansas, yesterday afternoon
informed the officers that he had been rob
bed and was 70 out. He was Waiting :A
the ferry landing with his team with the.
iuteutiou of crossing on tho Threo States
ul the next trip, when a' negro approached
him and olftrjd to bet him f?0 that
he could not pick out a ccrtuiu card of tho
throe ho exhibited. Tho old nuia refused lo
bet, when a white- man stepped up ( part
ner of tho negro) mid offered to bet tho ne
gro that he could, and asked tho old man
to loan him the money, at tho same time as
suring him that" ho could win tho negro's
"dust." Tho old uinn utoneo pulled u roll
of money from his pocket and handed it to
tho whito stranger, asking him to take
therefrom the necessary $20. This ho did,
but at tho same time slipped a ten ami
twenty dollar bill up his sleeve, of which
tho old fellow knew nothing. The m gro.
of course, won tho twenty dollars and
pocketed them, and after this, a third party
stepped, up and tho three in somo manner
managed to get twenty dollars more
from the old gentleman, then tho scoiin-
drela disappeared in such haste that none
ot them were visible when tho old fel
low discovered his loss. He at once
iuiformed the officers, but could give no
discretion of either of the rascals ul,
hence, though delingent seacrh was made
for them, there were no arrests.
Tht blod, yesterday morning, visible
on the residence near Vincent's block, was
conclusive cvidenco to those who saw it.
that quite a severe fight had occurred there
the night before; the mystery as to whose
blood it was, remained unsolved, however,
until later in the day, when ouo llattie
Burnett appeared before Squire Comings
aud claimed to be the sheddtr thereof. Miss
Hattie had a sad storv to relate: one Bill
hinch had found her attractions irresistable
and had, in his own mind, concluded thatl
she was his girl. Ha had for sometime
lived with her; had provided for licr, and
had, m the course of time, come to the con
clusion tjiat she was a piece of property be
longing wholly to him. This beliet, Miss
llattie did not disturb, so long as there was
money in sight. But the timo came when
Bill had spent all his "dust" on his lady
love and he was compelled to
find employment on a steamboat
or steal for a livelihood. He choose the
former, exchanged rings and things, while
she swore to be one of thc truest and bluest
kind ofuaideus until he should return.
So far, so good. Bill returned with a
pocket full of money and a heart full of
love the other day, but coming without no
tice, found all seats t4ken and no room for
himself. Night before hist he induced her
to take a walk with him and when at Vin
cent's block gave her a thorough "belting."
She appeared before Squire Comings yes
terday; swore out a warrant tor the arrest
for her former lover, but, he hiving "taken
to his heels," was not arrested.
hADIES AND CIIIhDIlEN S
Underwear in great variety, at the. very
lowest prices, at J. Burgei'g, Commercial
avenue, between Seventh and Eighth streets.
RESOhUTIONS OF RESPECT.
The following preamble and resolution
on the death of John D. Holmes were
adopted at a meeting of the Mystic Krt-w
held November 18th:
Whereas. It has pleased a benifkient
providence to take from our midst, after a
long and painful illness our beloved
brother, Jno. D. Holmes; and
Whereas, By his death the Mystic Krem
lins suffered an imparable loss, the loss of
one whose inanly qualities of head and
heart, endeared him to its members, -uc
and all. Therefore, be it
Resolved. That while Ixnving to the in
evitable, the end to which we all mu-t
come sooner or later, we deeply deplore the
death of one whose genius, perseverance
and leadership, contributed so largely to
the success of our society in the past.
Resolved, That we tender our sincere
and hcardelt condolence to the sorrowing
wif j and relatives of our deceased brother,
in whom they have lo-t a kind and indul
ilulgent husband and father, a dutiful son
and an affectionate brother.
R'.'solved. That our hall be draped in
mourning for the period of thirty days.
That the members of this society wear the
usual badge of mourning for the same pe
riod. That a page of our records be dedi
cated to the memory of our deceased
brother, and that a copy of thesy. resolutions
be presented to the wife and relatives of de
ceased, and that they be published in the
city papers. iA. Salt, . I
T. M. hoVKTT. i
We will offer 100 pieces Canton flannel,
at the extreme hw price of seven cents per
yrd. J. IlutriKii,
Commercial avenue between Seventh and
CUNNINGHAM, ESQ, EXPLAINS.
Editor of liu'.Hiu.
Dkau Sim Allow in fi to correct you in
your article in this 'morning's Hcm.kti.v,
in regard to Mr. Shores' casu. I was em
ployed by Shores to attend to a law suit,
for which he pni.1 mo 13.50, and agreed to
pay me the balance, $2.50, and never done
it, and I sued him and obtained a judgment
against him, which was right and just, in
place ot him suing me, ns you have it, in
this morning's paper, which tho records
ol O. A. Osborn's court will show, if you
will examine them.
Please correct the "(matching" pajt of the
money, as there is no truth in it, and admit
you are mistaken in tho whole matter and
ask to stand corrected. Yours,
J. U. (Vnninoham, Attorney at haw.
Caiuo, IliinolB, November 20, 1870.
Tho ubovu from our eminent ctiminal
lawyer, Mr. J. R. Cunningham, in explana
tion ol one of our yesterday's item explains
itself. Mr. Cunningham is too much of a
gentleman, has too much brain, so to apeak,
to stoop to so nnmanly nnd potty a trick oa
snatching money from a negro man, and ho
with much dignity, and justly too, resents
the charge. Wo unite with all tho peoplo
of tho state of Illinois who know Mr. Cun
ningham, in exonerating him front so un
lawyerly a trick, and here and
now put it on record that
the story was circulated by those en
vious of his abilif and with tho sole object
of defeating him for the mayoralty ol the
city of Cairo at the next election
THE MOST ELEGANT .I N ES
of ladies dolmas. circulars and cloaks in
the city, at J. Burger's.
RESOhUTIONS OF RESPECT.
At a regulur meeting of Delta City Fire
Company November 6th, ti committtec was
appointed to draft resolutions in reference
to the death of our deceased brother mem
ber, John D. Holmes.'who reported as fol
lows, which report was unanimously
Whereas, Death has again entered our
ranks and by the command of an inscruta
ble providence has removed from our midst
our beloved brother fireman, John 1).
Holmes, one of the charter members of our
Resolved, That thu death of John D.
Holmes has made a void in our ranks that
cannot easily be filled. An active working
member from the time the company was
g until deprived ot Ins Health, lie
WftS alwaJ' at thc l)0et of (lu,y wh,'n ca,leJ
upon, aud in the various portions he was
called upon to fill, he exercised that discre
tion and forbearance which endeared him
to our hearts, and when deprived by ill
health from an active participation in a
fireman's duty, his interest in the company
never ceased, aud wo are indebted in a gre:it
degree to his wisdom in council and untir
ing energy for our pn-M-nt prosperity. In
bowing to the will of divine providence, we
can but say "well done good and faithful
Resolved, That to the bereaved widow
and fatherless infant we exteud our heart
felt sympathies and pray that the God of
the widow and fatherless may take them
under His sheltering wing and preserve
and care for them until they meet him
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be handed to the family of the de
ceased, and a page of our journal be de
voted to his memorv.
I. B. Ostranoku, j
Geo. E. O'Uaka, -
S. J. IR'MH.
UfT OK OIKTb KlXl.l Yl:!l HV Mlt. O OONM.I.
The marriage of Mr. M. O'DonncI and
Mis Maggfc Magner, of which we made
mention yesterday, called for enthusiastic
congratulations from numerous friends.
That both started on the highway of life
with the good-will of their acquaintances
the following list of presents will bear
Fine large, eight day clock, Ancient
Order Hibernians, T. Darmody, D. Barry,
T. Sullivan, t). Walsh, . Cullinan, A.
Smith, Win, Mockler, J. Borrow, D. .1.
Toley, M. Fitzgerald.
Two handsome mottoes, Miss Nellie
Solid silver mug, Win. Mockler.
Silver water pitcher, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Large line lamp, with globe, Mi.-s Hnnah
Handsonr! toilet ct, Miss Maggie Jones.
Solid oilver fiti't stand, Chus. Hewitt.
Set of knives and forks, spoons and table
cloih, Mis P. Agan.
Silver plated buitcr-dish ami castor,
Kob't Smyth. t
Silver plated castor, Mrs. J. Itetnloll and
Mrs. B. F. Blue.
Silver butter dish, Mrs. dipt. McKinncy.
Silver spoon holder, Mrs. (,'. O. Patier.
Silver butter dish, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Set silver spoons and napkin rings.
Sylvia E. Walsh.
Silver butter knife, pickle fork and sugar
spoon, N. E. Jacobs,
Tidy, Miss Julia Conners.
Set silver forks, Miss Nellie Clancy.
Set silver knives, Miss Annie Daly.
Album, Julia histon.
Silver pickle castor and fork, Mis. Win.
Silver and gold pepper and salt stand,
Silver pickle castor, Miss Francis Morris.
Silver cako stand, R. C. Robson.
Tablecloth, Mr. Veck Martin.
Set gold plated vases, B. O'Loughlin.
Silver butter knife, Miss Minnie Walsh.
Silver sugar spoon, Maggie O'DonncI.
Rugg, Mr. J. Burger.
A handsome chromo ami gold ring, Mrs.
Autograph book, Mrs. O. A. Jlilburn.
Set of knives and forks, Miss Statin
Set flower bankets, Miss hizzio Carroll.
Set napkin rings, Miss Ella Mockler.
Handsome toilet set, Jas. II. English.
Set of spoons and tmikiu rings, Miss
Brush and comb, Miss Nellie histon.
Set of glass waro, Mury A. Nalian.
Handsome motto, Miss Lizzie McCarthy.
Air castle, Miss Annie Monroe.
Card reciever, Miss Lina Blue.
Keg of beer, with wreath of natural flow
ers, lit. Andrew Lolir, i
rnjlIS SPACE BEJflNGR TO
A. MARX, Clothier,
O 1 Ohio Levee,
He is too busy to write
If you want a good dish of Oysters served
in nny style, or a hot cup of coffee, go to
50 Ohio Levee, next to I. M. R. R. office.
Open day and night. Families supplied by
the can. Selects 50 cents, mediums 40
ceuts per can. A. T. DkIUi n,
Elegant lines of gimps and fringes, at ex
ceedingly low prices. J. BntoKii,
121 Commercial avenue.
PIG'S-FEET, SPARE RIBS, ETC.
At the packing house of Hinkle it Moore,
on Commercial avenue, pig' feet, spure
ribs, back bones, and other trimmings in
large oi small quantities are for sulu at very
low prices. New hn J for family use, in
vites special attention.
1 0,000 FEATHER BEI S
Wanted to renovate, at the feather foundry
of Reid and Fatherly in Mrs. Byrnes' build
ing, near St. Patrick's church. Feathers
cleansed by steam, washing, drutig and
bleaching done in the same cylinder. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Price for single bed
$1.50. ('all early, our stay will be short.
In childrens' knitted wear.
OYSTERS IN ANy"sTYLE.
Harry Walker has just received a large
assortment of Fresh OvMers. and will serve
them up in any style. You can go and get
them any way you want them. The oyster
counter is under the management of
1 1 en it y MlKIlS.
Oi.OTIME I'KfCES at the barber shop ol
J. George Steinhousc. on Eigh.h street, near
Alexander County Bank. Good barbers,
easy chairs, sharp razors, dean towels, etc.
Shave 10 cent, haircut 25 cents shuimoo
C "ion., iiiorini . Kins, snampoo
2.i cents, and other work oroportiona Iv low
Remember the place. ,
Every department is filled with the moot
desirable, goods, bought before the recent
advance in prices, and we beg to assure
our putrous and the public that an oppor
tunity is now offered to obtain bargains
which never w ill present itself again. Call
and examine my stuck and prices.
J. Hi itoi.it,
121 Commercial avenue.
WHERE WILLI GO.
To fcet a good pair of Ruols or Shoes made
to order, from the very best material? Go
to It. Jones, Coininen ial avenue, Atheneum
building. Workmanship and satisfaction'
guaranteed. No fit, no pay. Prices to suit
A NEW SCHEME.
A line silver tea set will be drawn for at
Tieheman's billiard psrlois on Christmas
eve. Every person paying for a game of
billiardswill receive a ticket entitling hint
to a chance in th't drawing. Tickets can
not be obtained in anv other wav.
Cashmeres, alpaca, Henrietta crupes, and
every other iimke in huge nnd varied quan
tities. J. Bt ltCl l!.
12 J Commercial avenue.
TossiMi i ton a iiEDOK.vooNV.- -Tortured
in every joint, with inflammatory rheuma
tism, in a pronpect which may 'become u
melancholy fact if the twinircs of the dread
disorder are not checked at the outset. Per-
j sons of n rheuuiut.ie tendency lind llostet
I tec's Stomach Bitter useful remedy, nor
j do they encounter the risk in using it' they
do from resorting to that active poison
Colchicuin, which is often cmploved to nr.
. -, (I I.. I.. M-l .'.I .....
n-m km: iiiiii.niy, j in; use oi me miters is
equally us cllective in its results, nnd is at
tended with no risk. Tltcro is ample, testi
mony to prove that the medicine possesses
blood depurating qualities of no common
order, besides those of a tonic and general
alterative. It stimulates the action" of the
kidneys and promotes theremoval from the
system of impurities which develop disease,
and are fraught with serious danger. Fever
nnd ague, dyspasia, debility, nervousness,
constipation, etc., are remedied by it.
A woitii w (ioi).--OiH! of the most pop
ular medicines now before the American
public, is Hop Bitters. You see it every
whoie. People take it with good effect. It
builds them up. It is not ns pleasant to
tho taste as some other Hitters as it is not a
whiHky drink. It is more like the old fash
ioned bono set tea that has done a world of
good. If you don't feel well juit right try
Hop Bilkm Nundu News.
a better Advertisement.
j That 2 and 2 make 4 is an established
'art none can deny. That Portalino is tho
'l''81 n'niL'dy in the world for all disorders of
tho stomach and liver, is another fiu t o.
whichall who have tried it will bear testi
mony. It is entirely vegetable, and com
pounded with tho greatest care; each pack
age containing 80 doses for an adult.
Puce 50 cenU.. Barclay limn,, Agents.
Bv UMvtits.M. Aaoni), Aycr;s Cathar'n:
I ills are the best of i,ll purgatives for fam
ily use. They are the pnxluct of long, hi
borious, and successful chemical investiga
tion, and their extensive use, by physicians
m their practice und by all civilized nation.-,
proves them the best and most effective
purgative Pill that medical science can de
vise. Ik ing purely vegetable no harm can
arise from their use. In intrinsic value and
curative powers no other pills can be com
pared with them, and every person know-,
ing their virtues, will employ them, when '
needed. Mild, searching and effectual,
they are specially adopted to the needs of
the digestive apparatus, derangements of
which they prevent and cure, if timely ta
ken. They are the best and safest phyit:
to employ for children and weakened con
stitutions, where a mild, but effectual ca
thartic is required. For sale by all
l.L ADVERTISEMENTS In
this rfilnnin tl
J. five I
lilies earn or ll-s Will be Dllb1thrri fnr
uiuts eierv InseHlon; 1 month. I. Si; S months with
out rhanne. fl.cu per munth. Each addition!
line, 5 cetiis. Situations wanted fre.
A e.ittn'e of three rooms on Tenth street n ar
w ashiuctou avenue, west side, apply at No. :ji
To uciitlenieu. or i;eut!eina:i and wife, withoul
ehildr-a. ouo lar.'e n-rond slotv front room,
furnished or oiiturnlihed. In private family neni
rh, l n!i.m llonv Address A. R. C, liox Tis,
( a ro. 1 1, nets
Fine steel eiu-ravint's, for snle. ( an not U-
I "' Ktvi" "T"li lln-t-rTlx blntor
! Ou.vr.u. and purchasers of Real Estate in fair,,
t hml1'1 ",ru lh,,r hv cood title. I am new
uri.llirM iofnriilhat.strtctsat rea.onah) e rate.
. . Eastkrijay .
A series of No. i liothlc caps aud lower cai- -
partly worn, but suitable for potter or programme
work. cotisistlni;of brevier, luiia primer, plea, e;rel
primer, paraxon and dwuble fiilinb letters and
liicures lull and complete, without synccs ainl
WOOIi ANIM OAL.
( AV. U'HEELEIi,
Dealer in all kinds of
Coi-d Wood, Stove Wood.
BIG .MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Sfrcet, Between Washington and
70 OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or dtis! by measures belni; exposed lo a r.
Milk delivered twice a dn.r,
SEALED L PINT MOTTLES.
Try It and see tor yourselves.
ao PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
I'nsh nil dchverv of tickets.
. I NO.
(jt I). WILLIAMSON,
7(5 Ohio Ijcvvco,
Boat Stores and Groceries,
Of nil kinds.
OPKN NICJUT AND DAY.
Fresh Dairy Ainl (lilt Ellen Unties. fKaler. ml nil .
kind of fruit when In season, on hand and dulW-
eretl promptly ut residences free