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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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Money to Loan
on farm property and on business property,
at 8 per cent, per annum. Call at the
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Fresh Oysters t . ,
at DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Masquerade suits for ladies and gentle
men are for rent at Mrs. S. Williamson's,
on Serenth street. Suits can be seen at any
Atwo-horso wagon, harness, scraper.
Chair caning, dono cheaply. Apply at my
nouse on 1 1th street. Aijck Smith.
Use Tub Caiho Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
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by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
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I am daily receiving fresh Mobile oysters
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Especial attention is called to my daily re
ceipts of fresh Red Snapper and other gulf
and game, fish. Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. Jacob Klkk.
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at A. T. DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
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the above lino of goods at cost, and
less, and carry a large stock of Men's, Boy's
and louths only, ao call and get your
own prices. They must be sold to make
room for spring goods in Men's Boy's and
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticed In theso columns,
etch Insertion. Marked
ten cents pur line,
Valentines of every style and descrip
tion at Frank Healy's. !tt.
See notice of masquerade suits for rent
in special locals this morning.
Fou Sale 3 seats in 3 row parquetto
circle for the opera house to-m'jrrow ni'ht.
Address P.O. Box 007. It
Several of our gardeners have lettuce
nearly large enough for use. It has grown
in the gardens this winter.
100 pairs of ladies' custom-made shoes,
f$1.2.j per pair, for sale by, Haythorn &
An excursion to Fort Jefferson, Ky
will bo made on the Steamer Three States
this afternoon, leaving the Cairo wharf at
The K. M. K. C. masQuerade hall, on
Mardi Oras night, the 21st instant, at Th
llalliday, will be the grandest affair of the
season. Don't fail to attend. 13t
The victims of the calamity in wheat
havo all, from time to time, predicted, dur
lag the past twelve months of speculative
craze, that the crash wb bound to come.
They didn't however, expect it to come up
behind them and break their lacks while
they weren't looking.
One barge of rock, containing about
four hundred cubic yards, arrived from Rose
Clare for Col. Taylor on Friday, and wag
taken up the Mlssissipl river to bo used in
repairing1 the portions of the levee on that
aide of the city. More is on the way here
and will be used as may bo nwlcd.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY
-Remember tho K. M. K. C. ball at
The llalliday, on the night of tho 21st in
Alderman's Wood's explanation of his
negative vote on the salary bill. The alder
man voted "no" because there was not suf
ficent money in tho treasury to meet the re
quirements of the bill, and because ho was
opposed to issuing "interest bearing ant
-Ex-Governor A. P. K. Safford, brother
of the late A. B. Safford, passed through
this city on his way from Arizona to Flori
da, where he will be joined by his family
and by his sister and Mrs. A. B. Safford, of
this city, who has been spending the winter
-Miss Belle Braden, who has recently
been re-elected treasurer of the Waynes
burg & Washington railroad, in Pennsyl
vania, for a second term, is probably the
only lady in the United States who is a
railroad officer. She is also pay-majter
and makes regular trips over the road in
The members of tho "A" class at the
high school indulged in the first dinner par
ty of the season, on Tuesday last and the
table was loaded with innumerable delica
cies, besides school-girls substancial food,
and the Bcniors and teachers after an hour
of uninterrupted pleasure felt much refresh
ed and ready for a good afternoon's work.
The ladicB of the Presbyterian church
will give a "Paper Sociable" Thursday,
Feb. 16th at the residence of Wood Rittcn
house, Esq. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to every one to attend and all that
chooso are invited to dress in costume.
Merchants are invited to represent their
business in costume. It.
A German lady atCollinsvillo objected
to the extension of a mining company's aide
track over a small piece of ground belong
ing to her. She made a charge on the men,
drove them off and threw the ties in every
direction. A compromise was subsequent
ly effected by tho man in the nearest treo
top carrying on negotiations.
According to Vennor, wo may look for
a cessation of the present pleasant weather
about the eleventh of the month, when we
aro pomised a week of cold and blustering
weather, with snow and rain in some sec
tions. About the seventeenth, general
snow falls are predicted, and the nineteenth
"will probably usher in a terrible week of
rain storms, snows and floods and high
winds and gales."
The question now for tho city council
to "tackle" is what shall be done with the
cinder sidewalks? Although built in ac
cordance with ordinance accepted by the
city authorities, and paid for by the prop
erty-owners, they are nevertheless flat fail
ures, of the flattest of flat kinds. It seems
to a looker on as though tho council's best
plan would be to try the experiment of
covering them with six inches of good
gravel, as cinders was tho mistake of the
council, and not of property owners.
Professor J.L. Sullivan, tho Boston
slugger, will probably make Chicago his
permanent placo of future residence. Tho
business he proposes to follow is not stated
but is not hard to forecast. He will open
a "store" where "wet goods" will be vend
ed to his numerous admirers, night and
day. After thus honoring the city for a
year tho Professor will except an Alder
manship from one of the southwest wards,
and when the new congressional district is
constructed of theso wards, including
Bridgeport and tho Stock yards, he will
undoubtedly be sent from there to Con
gress by the admirers of the manly art, a la
Cairo, likeall other cities of a cosmo
politan character is troubled with its pro
portion of street Arabs, whose special busi
ness is, on all public occasions, to make
themselves as conspicious and disagreeable
as possible. Tho coming event ; tho grand
masquerade ball of the KnightB of tho
Mystic Krew on mardi gras eve at "The
llalliday" will doubtless bo no exception
te the general rule so far as tho guter snipe
is concerned ; but the Krew will take meas
ures to confine their ebulations to tho low
est possible line. The mayor will bo re
quested to appoint special policemen, so
that maskers will not be interfered with,
as has frequently been the case heretofore
when approaching tho hull where tho ball
Articles incorporating tho St. Louis,
Ilarrisburg and Ohio river railway compa
ny were filled with tho secretary of stato
Thursday. Tho road is to bo constructed
from or near IlarriBburg, Saline county, run
ning through Saline, Pope and Hardin
counties, to the town of Mineral City, Hard
in connty, with a lateral branch, commeuc
ing at or near the junction of tho St. Louis
and Southern and the Ohio and Mississippi
railroads, in Gallatin county, and connect
ing with the main lino at a point, 15 miles
north of Mineral City, near the mouth of
Rose creek, Hardin county. Said branch
running through tho counties of Gallatin,
Ilerdin and Pope. The principal office is
to bo located in Mineral City and tho capita!
stock is $700,000. Incorporators: Ash-
berry Waddcll, Washingtonvillc, Ohio; J
W. Mitchell, Robert Mick and W. M
Christy, arrisburg, 111.; Lewis Lavender,
Jonathan F.Taylor auu Daniel Ilerrod
Eli.abethtown, 111.; C. O.Lockwood, Cin
cinnati, O.: James A. Lamed and Edwin
P. Schlatcr, Anderson, Ind., and Samuol II
Lamon, Clcveland.f.O., all of whom are its
first board of directors.
Wasted: A good cook, femalo pre
ferred. Apply to Mrs. Harry Walker.
The Knights of the Mystic' Krow havo
engaged Messjs. Tcvprinitz and Rowland,
of Anna, to furnish music at their ball in
The llalliday on tho 21st.
Perhaps tho finest specimen of paper
hanging in tho city may bo seen in Mr.
B.F.Blake's store. Only the ceiling is
finished and is an artistic piece of work.
An excursion of eight or ten young
men from Charleston Mo., camo to Cairo
yesterday afternoon. They were on their
way to New Orleans, on tho steamer Annie
P. Silver, to witness the mardi gras celebra
tion. The city clerk of Chicago, Mr. P. J.
Howe, has sent city clerk, D. J. Fowley,
of Cairo, for use of tho city, a copy of tno
ordinances of tho city of Chicago. It is a
largo loather bound volumo, ot five or six
The selection of Blaine to deliver the
eulogy on Garfield in tho house of repre
sentatives on the 27th, has alarmed the
stalwarts. They do not want either Blaino
or the memory of Garfield made too prom
Susan B. Anthony said in a recent
ecture before the New York woman's suf
frage association : "Where the women go
the clergy will follow." The quaint way
in which Susan put this old and well-known
truth is as beautiful as a lily.
The regular services at tho Church of
the Redeeraer,to-day and every Sundy here
after until further notice, will consist of
Sundav-school. at 9:30 a. m.; Matius and
Holy Eucharist, 11:00 a.m.; Evening ser
vice, 7 :oU p. m.
The Mystic Krew have perfected their
arrangement in regard to costumes, lue
Wm. Beck mask manufacturing company
of Cincinnati have contracted to furnish
tho Krew with Bcventy-five elegant coBtumes
representing all climes and ages and char
acters, historical, Jmythical and comical, at
reasonable figures. Thero will be no cx
en for vnur non-attendance because of
want of costume. They will bo here in due
time, notice of which .will be given together
with place at wich they will be open for
inspection. Costumes not rented prior to
evening of the ball will be for rent at tho
llalliday on that night.
-Several ladies from one of the steamers
lying at tho wharf yesterday afternoon, at
tracted some attention by engaging several
of the boot-blacks to "shine up" their dain
ty foot gear. They leaned up against tho
side of a business house and set their feet
upon the boxes with tho naturalness of a
regular "bohemean" and chatted merrily
whiles the bovs brushed vitrorouslv. Men
looked at them in surprise, then passed on
with a smile, and a number of boys stood
around in open-mounted amazement. But
tho ladiea bore it all bravely, tossed the
little negroes their pay and marctied back
to the boat as though nothing unusual had
The Paducah News says that Mr
Samuel Orr is dead. The news is certainly
in error, for Mr. Samuel Orr was alive and
well, and was seen by not less than a scoro
of people at his offico on Ohio levvo and in
the streets of tho citv yesterday. And the
Pttdunnh nnternriso savs: "DeLesseps i3
reported seriously ill at Cairo." Tho En
tnrnrme. too. has made a mistake. Mr,
DeLesseps was out on a little "bum," yes.
terdfw but will be alriL'ht to-day. Ho is
hero endeavoring to arrange a littlo busi
nr matter with several of Cairo's men of
wealth. He contemplates the digging
an ocean vessel canal from Cairo to tho
Gulf of Mexico-that is, if the commerce
committee nersiata in its opposition to the
proper improvement of tho Mississippi river
and he has already obtained, to our certain
knowledge, the promise of an impliment
with which to turn tho first clod of soil
in tho nursuit of his creat purpose. New
York, Paducah, Chicago, Mound City an
St. Louis will be no whero when Cairo has
littlo canal ofher own.
The arrest and trial before Magistrate
Comings of a Mrs. McGrand for being th
owner of a disorderly house wus tho priu
cipal caso in the city polico courts yester
day. Tho trial ended in the acquittal o:
tho prisoner, which excited Mr. Justice R
Cunningham, tho city attorney (?), to the
use of somo vigorous language in criticism
of tho court. Indeed, bo strong
so violent were the terns usu
by this gentleman, that it is hinte
that tho court will, during this week, havo
him placed under heavy bond to keep th
peace henceforth and forever, toward
men in general, and toward tho court afore
Baid in particular. Tub Bulletin regrets
that Mr. Cunningham (not R. II. hut Jus
tico R.) should havo laid himself liubloto
any such proceedings; it is a friend ot M
Cunningham, and would intercede for him
It can vouch for his peaceful disposition
even now, and for proof of his good char
actor in the past, and his qualifications as
jurist, it would refer to his certificate i
general good character upon which licenso
waB granted him by tho supremo courts of
both Missouri and Illinois. Tub Bulletin
has, with variablo consistency and super
Dcial profundity, always stood by Mr. Cun
ningham in times of peaceful tranquillity
it will not desert him in times of trouble
mayhap, war. Wo say this with all tho
volatilo gravity the occasion bccuib to do
A few pcoplo havo taken up tho pro
found argumeut of tho Argus, that if the
prcseut organization, known as tho Cairo
and St. Louis railway company, was releas
ed from tho obligation of keeping up tho
old Mississippi lovco, then the city council
deserves censure for enjoining tho company
from coming into tho city over tho city's
principal Btroots. Tho argument, if it de-
serves so dignified a name, is very illogical.
That tho railroad comnanv was released
from tho obligation mentioned is matter of
record and does not admit of doubt, but
that therefore thecity council deservcscenBuro
for opposing an unconditional appropriation
by tho railroad company of a portion of
Washington avenue and cross lovco is not so.
ho city council had other very good
reasons tor filing an injunction reasons,
which it would havo been foolish unto
criminality to ignore. Tho railroad com
pany bought and paid for a new right of
way, to reach which it was necessary to
cross thirteen public streets; but
it did not go to tho trou
ble of first learning whether or not
it would be granted tho privilego of cross-
sing said streets. If it has, therefore, an
elephant on its hands in tho form of a right
of way which it cannot use, it alono is to
blame. It is tho city council's business to
protect tho city's interests as against all
persons and associations of persons, and it
was ami is the city council's busi
ness in this instance to prevent the Cairo &
St. Louis roilroad company from appro
priating a portion of the city's princtpal
street and a portion of the city's levee, with
out having first agreed to such conditions as
the intrerests of tho city may require. It
Bhould bo understood above all things
that the city council is not keeping the
Cairo and St. Louis railroad out of the
city ; high water is doing that, as it has
done every year for several years back ;
therefore, not tho city council, but tho
railroad, company itself is to blame for
the present interruption of traffic on the
Cairo and St. Louis road. Tho company
has been trying for years to run railroad
engines and trains on water, and having
finally discovered, at this iate day, that its
experiment is a failure, it seeks to throw
the blame of such failure upon the shoul
ders of the city council of Cairo, and in this
foolish attempt it finds support from unin
formed persons and wishy-washy
newspapers. Tho city council has treated
the comyany farely ; for over a month it has
had a committee standing, especially ap
pointed to settle the matters at issue be
tween tho company and the council; twice
the tho company, through its agent here,
has been notified by the chairman of tho
council's committee, that a conference is de
sired, but the company has taken no step
to meet tho committee in conference has
taken noofficial notice of,thecouncilconimit
tees notices. At its last meeting the coun
cil resolved that the clerk be instructed to
again notify the company under tho seal
of the city, that a committee authorized to
act for the city was waiting for
a conlerrence with any person
or persons similarly authorized to act for
tho company. It is evident that, in he past,
the company has avoided, rather than
sought, conference with the city, probably
because it hopes that the injunction will be
dissolved: but if this hope continues to
stand in in the way of a settlement much
longer, tho company will be sorely disap
pointed, for there is every reason to believe
that the injunction will be confirmed.
LOOK AT THIS.
"patan in society."
This popular and important book, with
a marked title, is now in our city and will
be offered for subscription by one of the
publishers let every gentleman of mature
years examine it when presented. 3t.
THE CHURCH AND THE WORLD.
The Rev. Mr. Davenport lectured last
Sunday evening in a course of confirmation
for tho instruction of his candidates upon
the subject, "The Church as tho Witness
and Keeper of Holy Writ." To-night tho
subject will be "Tho Church and tho
World" or "Tho Relation of tho Church to
Social Life and popular Amusements.'
This is the fourth lecturo with two more to
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
Tho following are tho resolutions of re-
spuct to tho memory of Rov. W. U. Whit
aker, drawn up by tho committee appoint
ed for that purpose by tho Cairo Temper
anco Refoim club at its meeting last Friday
WhereaB, Tho Ruler of the universe has
seen fit to remove from our midBt our
hiuhly esteemed brother and co-laborer
Rev W. II. Whitaker, and
Whereas, The closo relation held with
tho members of the C. T. R. C, makes
fitting that wo express our appreciation of
Resolved, That tho zeal and wisdom ho
has exercised in behalf of tho temperance
work, will bo held in gratelul remem
Resolved. That tho removal of our
brother lias cast a gloom over our Bociety
that will bo deeply felt by all its members
Resolved, That wo offer his bereaved
wife and family tho hand of fellowship
and sympathy, ami express a hope that bo
great a bereavement may bo overruled for
Resolved, That these resolutions bo pub
lished and a copy of tho same bo sent to
tho family of deceased.
Miu). G. M. Alden,
Geo, W. Hendricks,
Will B. Williamson.
KXKIICISU8 AT THE L0RETTO
ICUOOL FRIDAY AFTERNOON-
All who attended tho literary exercises
at tho Loretta Academy Friday afternoon
expressed themselves well pleased with the
entertainment and were amply compensated
for their time, etc. Tho number of visitor
present, though not as great as it should
lave been, was composed of a very select
and appreciative class of citizens, of whom
a largo majority wero ladies. That a better
attendance than heretofore was had on this
occasion is evidently due to tho fact that
tho attention of tho public had been called
to theso customary exercises in the local
papers two weeks ago. As a rul the
young people of Cairo aro bravely strug
gling to climb tho treo of knowledge,
and if properly supported and encouraged
by their parents and others having at heart
tho intellectual elevation and moral wel
fare of society, many of them will undoubt
edly reach tho height of fame. The Bisters
of Loretto are untiring in their efforts to
contribute their Bharo toward tho accom
plishment of this grand result. The exhi
bition of their pupils' talents and training
esterday was very creditable to all con
cerned. The spelling coutests, select read
ings, recitations and Bongs by the pupils,
ami instrumental music by Misses Alice
Lonergan and Mary McGee, were most
satisfactory and entertaining. Medals for
excellence in the various departments were
conferred on the successful candidates by
Rev. Thomas Masterson.
The dialogue between Maggie Ross, Todic
Leahigh and Jennie Walsh was favorably
received. A declamation by Miss Lehmes
was admirably delivered and was followed
by select readings by Misses Darkless and
Powell A recitaiion by Wiunio Marnell
deserves Bpecial attention. But an
original drama, in which Ireland,
in a defiant manner, demands her
freedom, elicited the most hearty and
well-deserved applause. The characters in
it were: Frin, Ellen McCarthy; England,
Mary McGee; America, Belle Tanner and
Scotland, Alice Lonergan. At the close of
the exercises, so beautifully arranged and
faithfully and pleasantly carried out, Rev.
O. O'Hara delivered a short cration.
Which was so touchingas to move
many of those present to tears.
SUPPOSE IT WERE TRUE.
For tome time past the rumor has been
circulated in this city that Col. Paramore,
of the Texas Narrow Guago road, who had
intended to bring his road to Cairo in order
to connect hero with the Cairo and St. Louis
road, lias abandoned this idea and has now
decided to run his road direct to St. Louis
on the Mississippi shore. The reasons,
which, it is alleged, prompted Col. I'ara
inore to this change of his plans, are the
little differences now Tpcnding between
the city and the Narrow Guage company.
and the probability that tho company will
be involved in a law suit. Some of tho
business men and manufacturers here, who
expected that they and the city at large
would derive a great benefit from the orig
inal arrangement, because it would give
Cairo direct railroad communication with a
large tract of new country, have been lead
to believe that this rumorod change of pur
pose on the part of Col. Paramore, will
work great injury to Cairo.
Now, in the tho first place,
it is not at all certain, it
may be said probablo, that all this talk is
true; as yet, we have only Dame Rumor's
authority for it, and the reasons given for
the change are of a character that, to be
lieve the story, it is necessary to believe al
so that Col. Paramore is a simpleton. If
Col. Paramore knows anything about tho
stato of affairs between the city and the
Cairo and St. Louis railroad company, ho
knows that a settlement could bo arrived
at with but little trouble and expense, and
as for the threatened litigation, that would
cut no figure gith him, since tho Narrow
Guage has been, and is still, involved in a
series of law suits of a much more serious
character than this could be.
But suppose it were true. Suppose Col
Paramore had good reasons for abandoning
tho idea of connecting at Cairo with the
little narrow guage road, and that ho will
run his Texas roud direct to St. Louis I
Why, Cairo couldn't desire anything better.
That the road must and will come to Bird
Point, is an established fuct. Its lino is
Jaid out and tho grading finished to that
point, and by reference to a map it will bo
found that, on its way to St. Louis, the
company would incur much aditional ex
pense were it to avoid Bird's Point, besides
annulling work ao far done. To
Bird's Point, therefore, it must and will be
built, and that would not only open to
Cairo tho country through which tho road
would run, just as though there had been
no change in tho route, but it would give
those receiving freight hero a cheaper rate
ot translor over tho river, because this
would bo done by an independant transfer
company. It would also givo Cairo an ad-
ditionarVoute to St. Louis and open up to it
the great iron country between St. Louis
and Bird's Point. It would make Cairo tho
most convenient point in tho country for
mixing tho ores from tho Tennessee and
from tho Missouri iron region, used in tho
production of pig iron, and would, in less
than half a year, bring to Cairo tens of
thousands of dollars of capital which
would bo invested in great iron tnanufac
turiniz establishments. It ia plain, there
fore, that, bo far from being an injury to
Cairo and her manufacturing interests, tho
chango "would bo a consumation devoutly
to bo wished for," and thoso who, with a
covert purposo, havo worked upon tho
credulity of somo of our citizens and led
them to believo that tho city council is
bringing disaster upon the city by its re
fusal tojiuiuble itself, and sacrifice tho
c!t)'B interests, to tho Cairo and St. Louia
railroad company, must invent and Bet up a
Thousands of families havo had occas
ion to try tho never failing qualities of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup, and they all unite ia
tho praise of this wonderful prescription.
OEO. K. O'lIARA'S.
V. Korimeyer, Manufacturer.
(J RAND OPERA HOUSE.
GREAT MUSICAL EVENT.
Monday, February 13
THE SALE OF SEATS WILL BEGIN
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRU
ARY 8TII, AT IIARTMAN'S.
Positive tDiwc.motit at n enormous expense of
GRAND OPERA CO.,
OOMPKItf INCi Over fiO I'KOI'L.K
Largest, Strongest. Must Expensive and Sucooss-
nil fcijKllfli opera Company in the
Complete and perfect in every detail, Artists,
Choruses and (iraud Orchestra, forming an en-
sem hie which for magnitude and merit has never
been equaled on the English Lyric bUii;e.
IJistincuifthed Art lute Kntgnged:
KM MA ABHOTT. America's most successful and
ipuiar I'rima lionna.
.11 ME ROMCWALI). Prima Donna Soprano, lata
of ir-slen Royal Opera.
LIZZIK AN.NA.IALK, Tho Contralto Queen,
late of Mrakoacn Opera Company.
t l.f.Mr..vnK HO.Nllt.lR, a Ueautifitl ana Tal
MA Kit IliMH.K. Soprano.
AKTHl'K TAMS, Hufto Baritone.
VA1.KNTINK FRARRI.M. Tenor, late of MaDle-
son's London Opera Company.
(iKOK(iEC(l.M,Y. for many yean tonnccted with
the tttrakorch Opera Cumpany. and unlTertally
Known a me granuetl uaaeo rruiutiao on ao
ALONZO VTOIiDARP, the Celebrated Baritone.
dKOKti K 01. Ml. liaxeo Cantata, late of Carl
Ko'h'h Opera Company.
f I.I.l A n Hlt'Mir 111', h. nariionc ana
WILLIAM CAVTLK. the Favorite Tenor.
Director of Mualc and Conductor. MUXOR
FULL CHORUS AND
Monday Evening at 8, will be prearnted Flotowi
With an Unparalleled Cat.
Popular Opera Prices:
Hexcrved Seatu, Paninctte and Parqnetto Circle
$1.WI. Arimlaplon ?1.0. Drc-BB Circle reserved
eeato 1.25. AdmlMlen 75c. Gallery .'jOc.
beats can be eecarea by leiecrapa or man.
CHARMS r. HOWEB.
JNO. T. BABBRI.
BOWER & BARBEE,
PROPRIETORS OF HERBERT'S
Hotel and Restaurant,
City National Bank,
t'iirSpecIal Rttentloh Riven to the Restaurant Do-
partment, which win be euppiiea witn Baltimore
aud Mobile Oysters, and all kinds of came aud flsh
In their Beacon. Skilled cooks and waiters em
ployed, Itar stocked with tho best brands of Kentucky
whiskies, and all other first-class Liquors, cigars
etc. Schlltz s Milwaukee liter on draught. tf.
CAPTAIN 1J. F. CURTIS
Has started his
A.t Hodges Park.
Capacitv 20,000 Por Day
And Is prepared to fill all orders promptly.
JAMES CIIKNKY, Agent-
Corner Eighteenth and Poplar Streets.
COAL, WOOD ICE.
WOOD, COAL and ICE,
by the Ton or Car Load, delivered In any part of the
WOOD OP ALL KINDS.
VtT Leave orders at my Wood aud Coal Office.