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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
RNTKHKI) AT TIIK rT OPFIC IN CAIKO, IL
LINOIS, AH HKCOND-CLAM MATTKU.
l.hrn't Ciroulntion ot any Daily in
Only Morninur I'ul)' in Southern Illinois,
LOCAL WKATIIKU KEI'oKT.
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Hr. Tlier. ll.im Wind. Vel Weatbor
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7 " :m 1"
10 ' It" 21
Mntlmtim Ti'tnperiiliire. I Mlulmum Jew
purmuro 40 p: llnufnll. winch.
KiTi-r.lHfrel : iiK'ii'-". l'nll InrliM r
Sitl'I Signal Curtm, U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nntw .'f In llii cilmnii. fivo cnt per line, each
I n'rrrlioii. Lor one nih, an ri'!il per line
Ahead of Them All.
Having itlreudy iiirclmsed our spring
Mwk of line hoots and nhoes, wc wish to
announce to tin- puMic, tliat thry will ar
rive i'ii tin' Hiili "(' FcDruury.
Tiik Citv Siivk Stohk,
I M, Ccmnnrrrial avenue.
SI. Valentine Hall.
The Delta City Firu Co.,. No. , will rie
a ball on Monday evening, February 14th,
and would lie pleased to meet their friends.
On account of tin- immense miring stock
lioiiirht ly tin: proprietor, we will lie com
pelled to offer our Fall and Winter tock at
jirices way lieli.w tlie market price. Call
early and yet t!c ''est.
Tiik t'nv SnuE Stoisk,
1 lo Commercial avenue.
The members of the Fifth Ward Fire
company, are requested to assemble thin
evening at the limine .pf James Carroll, on
the corner of Twenty eighth and Commer
cial avenue. Hy order of
IIaiuiy W'akdkn, Secretary.
Foil uic.NT. K loins on Eleventh street,
DaySrliool fur Hoys and Hirls.
Night school for persons engaged during
tin! day, and le.ssons in Latin, German,
French, music, book-keeping and penn
mansliip, by 1W. and Madame Floyd,
Walnut st. betwcii Twelfth and Thirteenth
New Hillurd Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Sieagala has taken mssessiou
of tha building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l llartinui, on tho corner of Sixth
strict and Commercial avenue, and has
established tin rein a billiard saloon and
restaurant, lie has lepairedthe building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in n first class establishment,
he has spaired no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive reports in the city,
and invites all to conn: ami see him.
Oysters! Fih! C-aine!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily fiom Mobile, ami Haltimore
oysters received in cans, direct from the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds coiisliini Iv on hand and always fresh.
The "lied SiitippiT," the. king mining fish
and the delight ot' epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send you oid' is to the headquarters
for oysters and li h, corner ohm y vee ami
Kighth street. Umu.itr Hewitt, Ag't.
Al Fill Hlireiahl's.
The oldest and oiliest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may be enjoyed at
the elegant cample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Fat. Fiizeia'd, nt the comer of Four
teenth and Co'iiiner. ial; and hoists fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
fium a bu s down to a
sulky, all in a fu t ehr.s condition, as well
as saddles mid riding regalia, may be bad
at the most reasonable tigureson a moment's
uotieeat his"II"iso Manson". Ilisplaceof
nusinei'S is in conned ion with the telephone
bud :J1 orders received thereby will recchc
Worn! iiud Coal,
A full supply o Indiana coal, as good ns
l'ittsblllg, just H reived 1 1 Hit the mines lllld
for Kale at '$1.1 Ml per ton h livered. I will
always have on hand a stock of this cele
brated coal ; it!-. daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
for sale. Apply, M IhcC.it V. II. It. yards,
F. M. Wakd.
Closing OiiI, Holds anil Shorn.
Haying a veiy large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ludi'V
and Childrcns' m wed and pegged Hoots and
Niocs, I have determined to ( lose it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an itrineiise stock of spring
goods which will Lenin ,o arrive soon. If
in want of an thing in my line I would ad
vise you to cull on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will a Mire you g I bar
gains. 1 invite all to call and see for
themselves. ('. Kuril.
No. !H) Connie trial avenue between Fifth
mid Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Hiickleu's Arnica Salve.
'1 he best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, uUers, salt rheum, fever sores,
letter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eniplions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded, I'riee, 25
cents per box. for sale by Gico. h. () IIaha
((U llll S.VUTI'.
AT DAN II AMMAN'S CROCKERY
Street Lamps of any desirable pat
tern. Safety Lamps, the best in the
market. All the best Lamp Burners
manufactured. Dithridse's best Fire
Proof Chimneys. Also a large assort
ment ol'Ticcc and Tressed Tinw are.
Table Knives, from the cheapest to the
An dejant line of Tucket Cutlery.
Silver Ware of the best designs and
quality, a large line of House Furnish
ing Goods, etc.
All iiiv Goods are marked down to
hoi torn prices, and I do not intend to
be undersold by anyone.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in thii'p rnlmnnii, ten cent! per line,
pucti innTlicm. .Marked
-The box tactory began operations
Fresh oysters nt A. T. DeUaun's 50
Miss Clara Carle is slightly alHiclcd
The little girl of Mr. Thomas Wilson
is alllictcd with measles.
Day board at Wilson's corner Third
and Commercial, $.150 per week.
Mr. F. Korsmeyer and family will
not leave for the south until next Thurs
day. The new telephone number of Tut;
Ri'l.LKTlN office is 03, that of the Argus is
Miss Alice Oxley, of Centralis, is here
on a visit to her brother-in-law, Mr. Wal
lace. Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. KorMiicver's.
The sewer at the corner of Twentieth
street and Washington avenue was repaired
Fresh oysters at A. T. DcHaun's, 50
Mr. Frank Cassidy's sister arrived in
the city yesterday, ami is stopping at the
residence of Captain A.J. Hird.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DcBauu's, 5G
The Choral society will meet at the
office of Dr. Joeelyn, on Eighth street,
this evening. A full attendencc is desired.
Check books, rceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tub Hi:i.li;tin office.
The master mechanic of the Illinois
Central railroad at this point lias gone to
The city council meets to-night to
finish up business that was left unfinished
at the last meeting.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar holders,
a large stock at F. Korsineyer's.
Mr. Win. II. Thomas formerly a citi
zen of Cairo, mow of La Orange Mo., is in
the city hob nobbing, so to speak, with his
Mounted and varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, at Tiik Hii.lktin office.
-Mr. Johu Howley left yesterday, on
the 1 1 train, for Forest City, Mo., in re
sponse to a telegram, informing hi;n of Ins
brother Michael's death.
The family of lion. John. II. Oberly
lelt last Sunday for lilooniingtoii. III., their
future home. The well wishes of this en
tire community follow them.
--The Delta City Fire company boys are
rejoicing over the I act that they have lifted
the mortgage from their engine, house, ami
an; in every respect, square with the world.
We had the pleasure of a call from
Mr. Gladstone, of the firm of II.. Gladstone
it Co., Oinaba, Neb., who is here on
a few days visit to the lamily of Mr. A.
- At last reports Captain A. J. Hird was
tip the Red river, nt Alexandria, La., and
doing splendidly, in a financial, as well as
every other way, with his big Floating'
Mr. Walter Warder hns purchased the
building, until lately occupied by Mr.
Haughman, ami commonly known as the
Hawkins" properly, and is putting it in ex
When a girl gets u letter from her
sweetheart, is that any reason why she,
should run her head into a fellow's bosom
on tho sidewalk while reading it? Such
recklessness should be stopped.
The gentle zephyrs, coming to us
from the upper portion ol the city, are
heavily freighted with tho delicious per
fume of many drugs, mingled with the
news of another victory for etipid.
The people of Marion, Illinois, organ
ized a Temperance I'nion lust Monday, and
elected the mayor ol the tow n, Mr.Goddard,
president; and the editor of the "Egyptian
Tress," Mr J. F. Connrll, as secretary.
A change him, within the last few days,
been made, in the cashiers' and bookkeep
ers' enclosures, of the New York store.
They have been extended and improved in
a manner that is very notirablo ami adds
much to the appearance of the store.
-The hull of the old Hello Memphis is
lying with lli steamer Colorado, just be
low the Illinois Central railroad incline,
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY S, 1881.
and the New Hello Memphis, an elegant
piece of workmanship, is lying just above
the new elevator. She is nearly finished,
Mr. Win. C. LaCrone, formerly circuit
clerk of Eflingham county and father of
one of our Thirteenth Btrect school teachers,
is now with the firm of Culver, Tage,
Hoyncit Co., the great book and stationery
firm of Chicago.
About a hundred new piles have re
cently been driven, extending in a lino of
from four to six abreast along the edge of
tho Ohio river, from a point a little above,
and between the levee and tho coal dump,
to about one hundred feet below the
Only one solitary case came up in our
police courts yesterday. It was before
Judge Olmsted, and tho guilty parties
were Harry Hurnett and II. Jefferson, both
negroes, who were charged with disorderly
conduct. They were fined five dollars and
Metropolis, Illinois, colored people arc
making their presence felt in that com
munity by nominating a municipal ticket
of colored men. At a convention they held
recently Sol Cobb was nominated lor coun
cilman from the first ward, and Fiank
Williams for city clerk. The Africans of
Metropolis are spunky, though weak.
At Fort Henton, D. T., a heavy swell
in the Missouri river and a consequent break
in the ice occurred a day or two ago,
overflowing the banks and doing much
damage to property at various points,
both to town property and water craft.
The bresk there is generally regarded by
river men as an indication of a speedy
break in the Mississippi river.
Saturday night last the little tive-year-old
girl of Mrs. Kent, daughter ot Mr.
Francis Klein, died at the home of her
parents, on Twelfth, between Walnut and
Cedar streets. She had been sick only a
few days with diptheria. The funeral took
place on Sunday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock,
the remains being conveyed by special
train to Villa Ridge for interment.
The tram of Frank Jenkins, the col
ored teamster, ran away last Saturday with
an empty dirt wagon and tore it into frag
ments. The Unrses started on the lower
end of Commercial avenue and ran up the
street to the corner of Seventeenth street,
where the front wheels of the wagon, which
was all there was left of it, struck the
coiner of a fence and took it away. No
injury wa3 done to the animals.
The old railroad house, which. as every
body knows, has been purchased by Messrs.
Lansden it Fisher and moved onto Eigh
teenth street, will soon be ready for oc
cupancy. It has been raised about ten feet
above the ground and a fine, substantial
brick basement built under it. It is now-
being entirely overhauled internally, and
will receive a handsome outside dressing as
a finishing touch. It will be occupied by
Mr. Li in be it as a hotel when it is finished.
The Werner's Swiss Hell Ringers had a
crowded house at the Atheneiim last night,
but. owing the ab-ence. of one of their
principal actors, they were unable to carry
out the programme that was promised.
Hut they rang a few hell, sang a few
palla'W, and did a few other things that
were ol some interest, just in order to repay
their auditors for coming out to si-e them
and then dismissed them all, giving them
ba k tin; money at the window as they
went. It is to b'! regretted that the troupe
was mi badiy disappointed.
-A committee of the Fifth Ward Fire
company, consisting of Messrs. E. H. I'ettit,
James Carroll and A. II. Steele, will call
upon those who have subscribed
money to assist the company
in procuring tln.r engine, etc., and
will expect the subscribers to be ready to
see them. The company's outfit is expect
ed soon to arrive ami when it does, the
money must be on hand. We hope that
our citizens will respond cheerfully and
freely, for the company is a good one ami
will prove itself worthy and ready at all
A new and elegant little steamer,
named Silverthorne, of about two
hundred tons capacity, arrived at
our wharf yesterday with a jolly crowd of
pleasure seekers from points below. She is
commanded by Captain Turner, of Hick
man, Kentucky, and will run regularly
between this point and Tiptonville.
Among those on board and w ho meandered
thiough the city while the boat was lying
at the whart, were Messrs. If. Ruckner,
Howard Maxwell, H. Ifner, Fred Knoer
and A. Glaut, the latter a prominent
merchant of Hickman, Kentucky.
- Sunday morning, at two o'clock, the
little two-year-old daughter of Mrs. Sulli
van, sister of Mrs. II. Wells, died, after
an illness of about a week with measles.
The remains of the little sufferer were fol
lowed to the ''Illinois Cen
tral train yesterday afternoon,
at about '1 :.')0 o'clock, by the nearest
relatives and the friends of the family and
were sent to Rising Sun, Indiana, for inter
ment. Mr. Morse accompanied them to
their last resting place. Mrs. Sullivan
could not attend them because of the seri
ous sickness of her little son, Willie.
--Last Sunday morning about four
o'clock, a man named J. J. Fitzpatrick,
while under the influence of liquor cft
his bed in one of the third story rooms of
tho Wavcrly hotel, and jumped out of
the window to the ground, a distance of
tweiity-eighth loct, ami Iractured his hip
and otherwise bruised himself. Ho lay
where he had fallen until morning, and
was still too drunk to know what hail
happened, when he was found. Dr. Tarker
was called, who set the fractured bones
and made the poor fellow ns comfortable
as possible. Fitzpatrick is a tinner in the
employ ot Mr. Frazier.
At the meeting of the Young Feople's
Temperance association last night a good
crowd was in attendance and some very in
teresting business was transacted. Among
other things Miss Fannie Harclay's resigna
tion as president of the association was ac
cepted, and Miss Jennie Wilson, tho secre
tary, was elected in her stead. Miss Edith
Martin was then elected as secretary. The
cxerc'scs were also unusually attractive. A
recitation by Miss Jennie Wright and a
select reading, from Retsy Robbet, by Miss
Wintie Dunning were well rendered and
well received, and in conclusion a short
address from Rev. H. Y. George was closely
listened to by all. The next meeting of the
association takes place two weeks from last
There is employment for about a
a doen men, during the balance of this
week, cleaning off the street crossings which
are, in some places, nearly as bad as our
cinder sidewalks. We may bo allowed to
say in this connection, that the crossings
ought to be built at least three feet wide
at the top, so that persons walking two
abreast do not have to change off to single
file every time a crossing is reached. It
will be said by some that if the cross
ings arc wiilcr, they will be continually
covered with mud while, being narrow, the
mud either falls off or is washed off.
This argument does not hold good since
even as it is our erodings are covered in
ome cases entirely over with mud ami
must be cleaned off with shovels in order
to be passable'.
In the committee on w aysand means Mr.
Carlisle has made a report on internal rev
enue topics referred to his sub committee,
lie rcpnrt"d in favor of abolishing the tax
on matches, bank deposits and capital,
bank checks, patent medicines and per
fumery. After some discussion the com
mittee struck o'.it the words "bank capital"
from the bill, leaving only bank deposits,:
ineludlnu' those of stvings banks, from,
which it is propo-ed to remove the tax.
Mr. Carlisle w a-then instructed to report
the bill to the house. No will make his
report at the fir.-' opportunity, when the
bill will go to tie; public calendar where
several hundred other lulls are ahead of it
and have priority. It can only be taken
from the calendar and passed by unanimous
consent, which is not likely to be given.
The chances are, therefore, against the bill
being considered by the house this session.
- Speculations respecting the probable
Cabinet officers of the incoming adminis
tration are nearly as numerous as the
authors of "Jloautiful Snow." Uy several
thousands of Gen. Garfield's "most intimate
friends," we are positively assured that
every state in the I'nion, and all the terri
tories, (also New Jersy), are to be repre
sented in the seven otlicns forming the
( 'al'inef, an J the late-t piivate dispatch
gii'iianti'es to New York any or all of the
places she may ask for all of which is very
good in its way. Rut it's quite likely Gen
eral Garlield means to rxeici.-e his own
sweet pleasure in this little matter, and
choose for his advisers those w hom he feels
confident eiitei tain opinions coincident with
the policy he means to pursue. He has our
peiinission to do so, and we sup
pose tiiut is about all he is waiting
The swallowing up of the various
smaller telegraph companies by the
Western I'nion, has created considerable ex
citement about Washington, and induced
the irrepressible Springer of Illinois to
introduce a bill in the house of representa
tives, which, if it ever gets out of the com
mittee on post offices and po.it roads, to
which it was referred, may be the first
step towards causing the government to
undertake the care of the telegraph
busiwss. This bill of Sprin
ger's provides for the nppraiscnient
of all telegraph line's acting under the pro
vissioiis of the Act ol lK?li, entitled "An
act to aid in the construction of telegraph
lines, and to secure to the government the
use of the same for postal, military and
other purposes.'' The president of the
United States is directed to request our
foreign ministers and consular officers, re
siding in countries where the governments
have idopted Hie postal telegraph system,
to inquire into, and report whatcvci they
may learn bearing upon the subject.
P. . W.
Rest flour in the city, at New York store,
for $7.00 per 11.1.
II YM I'iNIAL.
We acknowledge the receipt of the
"Mr. and Mrs. W. ILSchutter, request
your presence at tho marriage of their
daughter, Francis Jennette, and Mr. Harvey
Robinson, of Memphis, Tenn., Wednes
day, February sixteenth, eighteen hun
dred and eighty-one, at eight o'clock p.
m., Church of the Redeemer, Cairo, Illinois.
Rccciption Irom nine until twolve o'clock."
Wo congratulate Mr. Robinson upon his
good fortune in winning the heart nnd
hand of so worthy and beuutilul a young
lady as Miss Jennette.
C-f '" Remember. -J
Whittaker's Rest, for 10 cents per lb., at
iew i oi'K storo.
ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE.
A Dlll'NKE.N MAN KIKST NEARLY KILLS HIS
WIKK AND Til EN MAKES AN ATTEMPT ITON
II IS OWN LIFE.
Yesterday evening about 5:.'J0 o'clock a
horrible tragedy was enacted in a little eat
ing house just above the passenger depot
of the Illinois Central railroad. It was
one of thine horrible nets which cause
brave men to shudder, and all men to be
come rooted to the spot with utter amaze
ment. The actors in the affair were tolera
bly well known in the community, having
lived here for a number of years. Thomas
O'Ncil, an Irishman, and gem rally known
as a very rough character, was
married to a widow named Mrs. Kennedy
some time ago, w ho was keeping one of the
small restaurants above the depot aforesaid.
Tom was in the habit of getting drunk and
generally became extremely rough when in
that condition, but had intervals of sober
ness when he was more pcacable. He was
employed on Eighth street some time ago,
overseeing the chain gang that
was at work there breaking rock, but
since then he has been laying around,
drinking and carousing. Yesterday even
ing he came home beastly drunk, and
when he entered the door, his wife was
kneeling mi the floor scrubbing. It is not
known whether words passed between
them or mt, but it seems that, without
giving her any cause for suspecting his in
tentions he picked up a chair ami struck
her over the head, fracturing her skull and
knot king her insensible. He then grasped
a razor, and with one slash at bis
throat, severed his wind pipe.
The affair immediately became known and
Dr. Tarker as called to do what he could
under the circumstances, and we learn
from him that the woman will survive.
O'Ncil will also probably survive. While
there are many expressions of sympathy lor
the woman, there arc none for the brutal
Would be murderer.
MOVRMKNTS IN IJKAL ESTATE.
as iif.ciii'.nKo in Tin: nv.ru i: ok the
I Ilti I IT I L:ilK "K AI.KMNDKIt ' I N I V.
John T. lirodi rick and wife and R. Smith
to Janu s Johnson, quit claim deed dated
February oth, ISsl. Lots one block thirty-
two in the city of Cairo; consideration five
F. M. Rrown to W. II. Siuithers, receiver,
etc. Warrantee deed, dated November
10th, s,mii, tor right ot way over S. W.
quarter of section four, east part of N. H.
ol section 5, township 17, range 2. Con
si'hritioii three hundred and thirty-six
Luanda Marlin to W. II. Smithers, re
ceiver, e'.c. Warrantee deed, dated Novem
ber loth, 10, for ri lit of way over N. W.
S., of section 4, H. part N. E. section 5,
township 17, range 1. ( 'onsideration three
hundred and thirty six dollars.
I n the 1st of January the new revised work
of the Independent Order of Odd-Fellows
went into ue in all of the subordinate
The new v.i'tk makes some radical
hang in all blanches of the order. A
pait ol the old has been dispensed with,
and additions have been made to supply its
place, (he whole making a decided im
provement as all the initiated will under
stand. In the new work there is said to be
greater simplicity, it is more practical and
there is more harmony between the writ
ten and the unwritten than in the old. In the
new work the subordinate lodges consist of
three degrei s instead of fivi , as in the old,
and it was gem rally understood that all
business of the lodge would be transacted
in the third instead of the first degree as
heretofore, but this change, it seems, was
Then is some doubt expressed among
the different publications of the order as to
whether this change would have been a good
one, but among these, as among the Odd
Fellows, the majority believe the change
would be lor the better and should have
The matter will undoubtedly receive a
good share of attention at the next session
of the Sovereign Grand Lodge.
The new work makes the organization ol
lodges, or meetings, for instruction nec
essary, ami for that purpose, Alexander
Lodge No. 221, of Cairo, will bo visited
next Thursday by a grand officer, and part
of the afternoon and the evening will bo
devoted in the hall, to Mudy and practice.
The Lodge now, we believe, embraces
nearly two hundred members, all good
moii, and includes among them, some of
our best and most substantial citizens.
It is expected that rcproscntaries from
Lodges at Jonesboro, Sandusky, Dongola,
Mound City, Metropolis and other adjacent
towns will be in Cairo to attend this meet
ing in Odd Fellows' hall and, of course,
there should be a full attendance of the
mcniheiB of the Lodge here.
To acquaint suffering humanity wiih tho
tact that St. Jaeobs Oil is tho most benefi
cial remedy ever introduced, 1 consider n
duty; this I have practically tested. For
tho past sixteen years I luivo suffered with
rheumatism, and so severely that I WI,H
often robbed of my night's rest. A rhmigo
of weather would have thn most pnjntul
effect on me, for then I could inovo neither
hands nor feet. I tried every known rem
edy, but of no avail ; nt last somebody rec
ommended St Jacobs Oil, nnd I concluded
to try it, but with little hope for roller.
Having used hurdly half a bottle, the pain
diminished, and to-day I W(" ."J"'
hardy oneo more. Tho Kinall mm ol fifty
cents had cured mo. T""MA" 'rT'
St. Houifacc, Pa.
ACHE FA JIM Fon kaiii-
Terms. Thn land In lini'..,i ..'... n. .
wst of Hb(Iki I'ark, 45 acre. In ciiltlv,ltl. j.r
particulars apply to holdkn
1 SALE, or will trwlo fur rliy or country nron
erty. Tim outfit Include liani. horn i., ciirrtii-i
wnKotm. lltniccH, inc., etc.. nil complm-, win,'
clenr titlo Id the liropertv For In fiimuit ton ns to
teriim, etc., apply at tlic City Livery MiiUe
LEE III il rot nr.
lOlf SALE OK KXCIIAM.K l-'ilt" Tlilto
I properly. -A irood fnriu oT i!n nrii . under
i iilllvulioii, tiiiliiio i' in llinlier; ciliiHleil nhmit r,
milin from Kvuncvllle. Inil . II mi!. from N. -iiiru.
one tiille from Ohio Kiver. 'He re nre ih,,.,.
tioupen on tho fiirin, Ftnliles, t,r r hurIx m.il
plenty of oi;i wilier. T'lie Ni wlun; i ual v. in
run hi:neiilli Hits 1'n.rm. Kor term" .. npp! v tu
Ht AleMW.iler (.'(,. Jiiil.k
atii kn:m um
ON R N JliHT ON L V.
Kriiliiy Even iiijj;, rHniiiv 1!!.
THE "ACTOR OF THE PLATFORM."
Tor Oil! betleftl of II, e
Cllll.lihEN undent ,, '
No extra rfcuriro for Koerv. d s,;,i, 'j , .. ,,r,
enr'd at llnrtiimn'M,
AND in CENT s l'nl;t:
-pK : AND 10CE.NTSTOJJF.
Oil Einlith Slreet bu removed to Ci.mii ,-r. , ,' .
uue, between Ninth mid T. n'l, -. . .
Wl! arr felllli;. ,,ur ,t, ,,f
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ATTENTION! ATTENTION ' '
H.'ith .Rooms CWiplHe
Cor. of Einhib nnd rummer ini .
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Atheiieuin T.uilding Coinr.ieirhil A v.
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ploy thH uio.i c.pi.'pet nt workite n
pi(K ES ItEAs
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- Dealers in
Washington Avenue, Cor.
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OKOCEIUKS, IIOOTS AN D Ml'ii.S.
THE 1JOSTOX STORK
STATU: an l FANCY
GROCER I KS
Provisions, Green, Dried am! Canned
Fruits. Oucfiis, Muss Wood
ami Willow ware.
HOOTS and SHOES
The I'.t'st Hi-ami ol" Hom-
slwayn on liil
TO I J A CCOS.C lO A liS.Fle
N. D.-Country I'rodiiic liiKin. All Order
for. Wnlilnuton Ave. nndTViitli St.
: : : ILLINOIS.
( W. WIIKKLKU,
Summer Wood and KimMing
coimtantly on tiutm
At Seventy-five cents per loud.
Sttiv o T v i i n m i n ix h .
Atone dollar per luiid.
Thn ,'lrlmnitii(.'K"arn coRriu' Hluivlnuniiid niiikn
thebn.it mimmur wood for cooklnit purped'HUH well
M tho clii'api'Kt liver mid In t'ulro. Eor blin k
.mllh'i UmiliiMtliiKtlreH, they urn liiiviii,illed.
Luava your orduri t tho Tenth itruut woud vurd .