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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 182.
Vlnyi.r N II. Thisllcwood.
Ttca-iircr 'I' .1 hrtb.
t itk -I 'i mils. .1 . r nicy.
. i j i . o -1 . . r - Win. II. (lllherl.
MarMial- 1.. II. Meyers,
Attorney -U'lllium ller.drlcka.
aoAltll lit AMIRHIIIH.
I'lrsi Ward-I'eicr r-a J. T. M. Klhibronijli.
Sucond Ward Jesse lliiiklc, C. N. H uli.
Thirl Ward-It. F, Make, John Wood.
Fourth V ard - Charles U. Patler, A'lol jh Kwo-
"kiHIi Ward -T. VS'. Ilal'.ldav, Ernest II. pHtttt.
(i l I'.o H KITH T. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
J streets; preaching flrt and IHinl Sundays In
each mourn, II a rn. inl"::t u. in.: ryiT meet
iior. Tu ird iy, 7; kip. in-; Sunday n-lnml. !i:f am
' Kev. A. .1. II KSS. Pastor.
fllll'ltCH Or" THE KKlKKYIKK-F.plsr.ipal)
K.J r'ouriieiiUi etrui-t ; Sunday 7:ooa in.. Holy
Ku lmil; V:;VJ a. in., .Sunday ' hool IO:4.' a.m.,
Mornlio! praver. ; S:nu P- m.. eveuini; rayern. r.
1'. liHVLijpi.r't, H T, R. Hector.
1MKST MISSlONAltY BAPTIST CIII'HCH
T Pr arhlnc at Hi:sn a. n.., 3 p. ro.. and 7:80 p. m.
hat. hit' h achool at 7 -.an p. m Kev. 'I.J. Chores,
i-1 'i ::n -Tii rucii'n etreei wnn"
I 4 bath 1 :i m. ; Sunday school I p. m.
K nappe. paStllf
ETUODIST-Oiir. Kltfhlp and Walnut "treeM,
1 i..,.i.i,,u s.l.t.Rih ii:ia. m. and":' p. m
SiinrlH v S'.nool al i:'io p. m
Il:l -i:VTi:i(IAN -Eighth street; preaching on
l ,i,.!h at 11 :il a. m. aud 7:3 p. m.; Prayer
ni.--iii ii V.-.!iii-f.la at 7 :') p. m. ; Sunday Bchool
al ;i p. m. K'-v II. V. 'Jeorie, pastor.
lT JO-KPH S ,l(otnan Catholic) Corner Cross
0 nin! WalMlt streets; services Sabbath 10:.ia.
n.; Smdav s lil at i P- 1 Vespers 3 p. m.; aer-nci-i:i
r. ii.iy at r. a. m. Itev. O'llara, J'rtest.
L-T I'ATl'.H'K'H Human t.'athollf.) Corner Ninth
15 s'rct and Washington avenue; services Hab
oulK and 10 a m. : Vespers 3 p. n..; Holiday School
1 p. ti.. services every day al 9 a. in. Kev. M.LStcr-toti
K. II. TIME CARD AT C'AIKO.
ILLINOIS CENTHAl. H. K.
T....M. I.KI-AHT. Tiiasa auiiiv
laii- H : l . j a m
tMiil .4:'ft a.m
hxircii 11 "
.rc!uda!iuu..4;iij p. to
Vrrum dsMoL.ll am
Kii-rr" 4 : J" p m
Mh-i CKNTl'.AL K. K.
Mull - l:t'.a m MMail r.:''p m
tKiprc-n lu:l 5a m tExprew H "
C. i ST. L. K. II (Narrow (ianjre 1
Extiren- "::' a m i Ejpri" n P "
Ac.onrdailuii. 1:...') p m Aceom'datotn l'.':' p ro
ST L . I M it S. K . K
tExpf-'f 11 ::'p m Eipr, 2 P w
tArcoBi nation. .'pm I tAccoin'datiiiii 11 :4'i a m
WAHASlI. ST. I.OLN I'A IFIC It'Y CO
Mall Ah.... ' ' Mil Vul! A Ex... S:'J P m
Daily except Sunday, t Lai!y.
LLIXOIS CENTRAL It. R.
i.i y i
ti 1 1-;
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and flucngo.
Tho Onlv Lino KuiiTiiiiL?
9 DAILY TJIA1XS
Making Dikkct Connkction
Tiuin Lkavk Caikh:
i: I ." ill. M nil.
Arrlvlfiv In St. Loui ! 4'i a.tn : I Iiuno. n..) j,.m. ;
Comcflitiit at iiMiiiand K'll'.rirlum for Clnrln
nail, l,oi'.i lilt-. Iiidl'ihnpoiitt al.d pi.li.ld Kn-t.
1 1 : 1 1) it. in. Ht . I.ouiH aiitl W't'HttTii
ArrlvltiL' In St. Lniiln 7:o.' p. m., a:id coiuiedlni'
fur all point wvt.
-4:'.-) p. in. l''nt I'.xjr'HH.
JnrSt. L"uIk and chlrau'". arriviinr at St. Lump
pl:4il p in., and Cliicann 7 '.''i a ni
4 :U p.m. t 'i iici mint i I '.x j .roww.
ArTlvInc al cliuinniitl 7:ii a.m.; I.oiiipville 7:.i'
a m.; I'h!1hiihih11p 4.ii a.m. 1'nnf oinra-r h
thia' train reai h the dlmve point" lit to Hi I
lluL'HS In advance of any other route.
If-The 4 :-J0 p. m. expreM hap I'I'LI.MAN
Sl.KKI'INti CAM Cairo to Cincinnati, without
rhativ. and tbnmitli pleeperp to ht. i.ol and
Fast Time Kost.
J jlVNtMliiei S ,,ri, poiiih without any delay
caiiped hv Siindav Ititrrvetilni'. Tin' Hiiitirday after,
noon train from ('aim arrive. In new Vo-k Monday
liornlni; at I';:i.'i. Thirty pix Imiir In advance nl
nv oilier route. ... ,
JtT Kor throiiuh tlcketp antl furthe' Informntion,
aiiplvut llllnolp Cntral Uallroad H. ut. Cairo.
.(Ac. .IO11NS0N. J- II. dONKS,
Oeti. Southern Aeent. Ticket AiM'tU.
A. II. II AN SON, Oeu I'p. An'nt. Chlcit'o
W. U. JOCFLYN,
D HNT 1ST.
OFFK K Eolith. Htrent, near Oomt nrcla! Avcntii!
J)R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
orrici No. 13(1 Commercial Avcntiu, between
hylith and Ninth Htreeta
Coninierciiil Aveiiiui and Eltflitli f;tiTi't,
V. IIIIOSM, 1'repnlelit. I I'. N Fl'F. Vice I'rep'nt
II. WK 1,1,8,' CiiPhler. I T. J. Kerlh, Akp'I. ciipIi
1', llrnpp Cnlro I William l!ii','n. .Cnlro
IVerNelV Wlllliini Wolf ...
c, M oterloh I C. o. 1'iilUtr "
K. A. Iluilur II. Well "
J. Y. Clunipou, Cali ilunlH.
A (IK.NKKAIi IIANKINO 1IUSINKH8 DONK.
KxchunifO soM and botiirlit. Interest, tiulil In
the Navlnns l)i'n.rliiioiit. ColU'ctlom iniiile and
all business promptly attutulud to.
( W. WIIKKLKU,
AN T1IUACI I K (.'OAIi
Summer Wood awl Kindling
constantly on nana
At Snvf nt) -five eeutu per load.
Stavo T r i m rn i Tier s
At one dollar per load.
The "rlmmlnif"are coame "havlnt'i and mke
the he.t fonimer wood for cooking pnrpoi-eiiai well
lnch"app.t evar aold In Cal.-o. Kor black
mlih'i urn lDKuttiutr. tire, they are uceqnalled
L.avnor ordura at too Tenth itruet wood yard
5 a O
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 3eSs STATES.
On and after Monday. Jnne 7th, and until Inrther
lotir.e theferiyhoal willmake tripp ap followp:
MAVZa LRAVK4 LttAVIP
Foot Fourth m. Mippourl Land g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:oe- . m.
10:'.io a. rn.
:i p. m
4 :( p. m
2 u m
S:30 a. m.
10: vi a. m.
2:i p m.
11 a. m,
A New and complete ll itil. fronting on Levee
Second and Itatlroad Streets,
Th l'iiHeiii;er D' not ol the ChicaL-n. St. Louis
at"' .( Clrleans: IIIIiioIp Central: Wahnvh. Si
Lou l a and I'lu'lilc; Iron .Mountiiin and Smthern,
.Mobile mid Ohio; I'air anil St. Loins Hhiiwhvp
are all Jum n, mpp the ptreet: while the Stenmhout
l.BiKiitiL' l but one square iliptulit,
ino-llot,. p heated hy steam, has Pteam
i.aiinory. iivdranllc Kleviitor. Klectrie Cn Hells
Automatic Kire-Alarmp. HutliP. alipoluiely pure air,
... i i:iTat;e anci compieie appoliitnieiits.
Sutierb fnri islilnca; perfect service; audanun
oxc 'Hi H table.
Ii. 1. PAKKKU .V c:o.,Ijpsp,,..
1 w ill be ill Hie follnwnn; tiniiied places for th
purpose ot colliTtmi; the revenue of Altxumler
v o 1 1 1 1 1 y , hiiiioip ior i lie year A. II. 1SI, Ii i n 1
nope io meei mi i js ravers ri iiuv to make a settle,
incut of their taxes, mid more psperliiliv the per
sol ill tax, which must be publ at om e.
Attheptore liiiu-e ol .M . ,1. Mieeliiin In Heeru
KiiiL'e rrei'inci, on i uenay. pen. 1 lili . I), isk.1,
At the store house of H." V. Curtis In the 'low
of llodires I'nrk 111 l lilty I'reciticl, Wednesdav,
Feb. I.". A. I). IhxJ.
A! the store house of Cliurlep Merrill In the Town
Sai d pky In Sandusky I'r clnct.ou Thursday, 1'eb.
Hit Ii A . D. ISVJ.
Al the store house ofDurlmm & StLi iler In tho
To.vn of Kli o In Klco I'reclnct, on Krldav, Feb.
11th A. I). iss'J.
A I the storehouse of K. t'tllli'V A Co lni 'lenr Creek
l'reelnet, on Monday, Feb. .mil A. I. Issg-
At the store house of It, s. Kiltnuiisun, In I'a-t
Ciijie (ilrardiatl l'rei'lnct, on Tuesday, Feb. -Jlsl
A. It. iss-j.
At the store house of II. K, llrowti ,t Pro. In tlm
town of Thebes in Tliebef I'ri'i'lnct, on Wednesday,
Feb swml A. I). M'.'.
At the sto.e house of A . II Ireland in the town
ofSmtii Fe", nti Thursday, Feb. '.'.Id A II. ISSJ.
At the ptnru lumsn of Jniiies II. Miilenliv In the
town nf Co"mercliil l'olnl In (iooso Island I'ro
ctnd.oii Friday, Feb. '.Mill IHS,
At tho p'shlciico of Nicholas lluiisnker In Luke
Million rreclncl, on Saturday, Feb. Stli A. D,
Al tliu storij of I'eter 811 tin, In first Cairo Pre
cinct, on Mouilav, Feb. KTili A. 1). Issj.
At the oflli'c of M.J. llowley In second Cairo
I'recln. t, on Tuesday. Feb. UHili A . I) lssi,
At Ilii) ptore of I'Blrl'k Fllak'erald on comer of
Mill st. and Commercial nvcnuu In third Cairo
I'reclnct, on Wednesday. March 1st, A I. IHH2.
At Ihn store ofort Co., In fifth Cairo I'reclnct,
Thursday. March i!lid A. 1). 1W.
At thu'cir'N honsn In Fourth Cairo Precinct, on
Thursday March Hd to Illst, A 1). Itwj.
For Hie purpose iibove pet forth, when, I hope,
one mid ail will be ready with the necessary
chilliL'e to pel tie with tllejileiir people, e.
Vourn trnlv .MHIN IIODOKS.
Cairo, Ills., Feb.lld, iss.', stierll! and Coll'lor.
QUO R(1 E II. LEACH, M. 1).
IMivttiuinn and Suncoon,
Hpeclnl alleiitloii paid to tho Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, and disease of women
Olllce: On Mth street, oiipoilto tho 1'ost Cllloe,
irAinifTv ui'i.t. I For the Cairo Biillo in; I .
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TJI; CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. 1 ATI Kit Sc CO..
Cor. Nineteenth (treet )
Commercial A vunne I
8TOVK8 AND TIN WAKK.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES'
Manufacturer ot ami Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WAKE
ALL KINDS Of JOB WOHK DONE TO OKDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. . - Illinois
THE CITY NATIONAL 15ANK.
Of Ciilro. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEK.
A Ocncral Hank in? business
THO. AV. IIAI.LIDAY.
JNTERl'HI.SE SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS RANK.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY,
PROPRIETOR Of SPRQAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Doalor in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WELI
?":KED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
OHDIN'ANCE No. si.
An ordltuince provuliiij lor the construction ol
He itordained hv the City Council ot the citv of
Section I. That sidewalks ln constructed of
wood on the northerly side of Thirty-second street
irom commercial nveimc to t'opiar street and on
the easterly slue or I'oplur street mini 1 lilrlv Pec
ond street to I hlrty fourth street, In the First ad
(lltloli to said city.
Section I hat the sidew alks above provided for
tie constructed in accordance w tin the requirement
ol the exlMinsor linances of the city, providlni; tor
the construction ol sidewalks, cxccptinc that, the
urade to which said sidewalks shall be laid shall
only be so much above the natural surface of the
croh lid. us the proper construction of said walks
without tresileworks, may require.
Section a The local improvement herein pro
vided for, shall lie made bv special assessments,
unci in accordance with the provisions of sections
IS to M Inclusive, of Art. !. of the net of the eeuer
a! assembly of t lie stale of Illinois, a) proved April
pith, 1S7'J, and entitled "An act to provide for tho
incorporation i f cl les and villages," nud the cost
and expenses of the construction and reconstruc
tion of said sidewalks shall ho paid out of the
luuils arising; Irom enlil special asi-cssmchts.
Section 4. Tins owner ol any lot frontim; on tho
sldewatlk provision for the building of which le
made hy this ordinance, shall bo allowed thirty
days after the time at which this ordinance takes
effect In which to build that portion of said side
walk opposite his lot, nud thereby relieve the
same from Assessment; provided the work shall
coinorm in nil respects to tho requirements of this
ordinance, mid he done to the satisfaction and a
pr ivul of Ihcrotntinttco on siren s.
Section 5. I'pon tlie expiration of the said thir
ty davs. the cllv clerk shall publish notice for
twelve days, In the news paper publishing the ordi
nances nf the city, settliiK forth that s-aled bids for
I'lirulshliiK tin' material or doli e the work, or both,
or th" construction and recousirticilou
of said sidewalks directed to the City
council will bo receive at this, olllce, up
to the titlleof the mecllmr ol the city council Co- tho
opi'iilm.' ol said bids, which liieetlnjt shall not he
earlier than twelve days, nor later than ellileen
days from thedjiti) ol said notice, which notice,
shall state the time of said mcetlnif mid duscibe tho
work to bo done, by re referring to this ordinance,
KlvltiK Its number mid date of approval, and that
paid ordinance Is subject to examination at any
time at his olllce. Said bids shall be otieiied bv the
clerk in the pres. ncn of the council, and the con
tract lor (tottiir mo worK, or iiiriiisiiuiir the material.
or both, for coiistrtictlni; and recotistructluu said
sidewalks shall be awarded to the lowest respon
sible bidder, who shall pitlllcietitly uuaraiitee to the
satisfaction of Ihu Clly Council the furnishing of
said material, or the performance of said work, or
both, miller tho supervision oftbe Comtiiltteo on
Nircois, within puctiiituoas tuny no llxed liy con
tract, If said City Council shall deem It. expedient
in do so. If salii bids am not satisfactory to the
City Council, they may reject any or all of tliiim.
and may then or thereafter nuthorlno mid sidewalk
to be constructed hy a th agents as they may
think proper. '
Approved February 17th. A. 0. issi,
N. H.TIll'STi.KWOOD. Mavor.
Attest: D. J. Foi.nr, City Clurk.
1'iJe. Phndowy and undefined,
Within the heurt thy foot ateps wind
Knviilopcd In a mint.
Llht as a fluke of fulling piiow
In alienee dn'pt thou come and io-
Thy BtrciiK'th, who can repint!
In what iweet lat.L'n lire do'pt thou pp'ak,
From whence the wild rose of thy the e,
'I he brlKhtnepa of thili.i eye
Who-e cliuitca temlerly remain,
Thy lliiiierlni; i ilreiiuiy bruin
An pearls In thidr clolPter lie
Stranife mypilrlPin of the heart
That Iovm'h own 1)oii;'Iip of ronea part
All poftly In the uloam,
Thy white feet climb where (lurk cliffs frown
f pon the ocean looking down
On uhlpivreckn "neath the foam.
Strange nieodl p thy warm Hps nug
Ilepidu llfe'crlnion fl iwlnn lirin'.
At eve, bene ath the plncp.
Oh woulda't thon innrmer In thy sleep
If Hreanlacd d'd not by thee keep
Her musical aweei wiiu;.
The river is still riding, with 45 i'ett 7
inches on the gunge, a rise of 5 inches m
the l'tst 21 hours. At Chattanooga it fell 1
foot G inches. At Cincinnati it raised 2
feet 5 inches. At Louisville it was not re
ported. At Nashville it raised only 1 inch;
at Pittsburg, 2 foot 4 inches; at St. Louis,
1 inch. The river will not raise much more.
The City of Providence came up from
YicUburg with a light trip, and took up
from here 50 tons pig iron and lot bar iron.
She conies out again from St. Louis next
Tuesday for Yicksburg.
The Vint Shiukle passed up to Cincinnati
with a good trip of freight and passengers
Irom Memphis. She was 4 days out from
Memphis, she having been detaiued by fog.
The Guiding Star passed up to Cincin
nati late last night with a good list of pas
sengers and lot of freight from New Or
leans. The City of New Orleans came out from
St. Louis with a good trip, and will add
between 100 and 150 tons here for New
Orleans. The Sle. Genevieve passed up to St.
Louis last night from Memphis with a good
trip. She comes out again Tuesday.
The Port Kails came out from St. Louis
with 4 barges. She will transfer one here.
8ti t..f 1..,.. e , xr
uut '- i'si uigni lormc jussi-i-ippi river
to meet the Rigley coming out with the
balance of her tow, and also to help the
The City of Helena had not arrived up to
lute last mghr, but will be. here this morn
ing for Memphis.
To-day the City of Yicksburg is the
Yicksburg packet, dipt. Robt. Riley is in
CIRCUIT CO CRT.
Four cases wore disposed of in the cir
cuit court yesterday. Samuel Anderson, the
principal of the wharf-boat thieves plead
guilty as was expected and the court sen
tenced him to three years in the peniten
John Ray, who robbed a blind man
some time ugo, also plead guilty, and was
also given three years.
John Walker and Reuben Walker, the
two men who stole a steer from Mr. French,
in Missouri, some time ago, plead guilty to
the charge. The former was given three
years, but the court being satisfied that the
latter was but an accessory to the theft and
was but eighteen years old, gave him one
year, in the hope that he will reform.
Mr. I. N. Smith was at home for a few
day's visit this week, but left again on
Friday for his place of business at Old
Mr. George Cook, until recently with
Messrs. Pettis it Meredith, left on Friday
with Mr. I. N. Smith for Memphis, from
whence they go to Oldham, Crittenden
county, Ark., the former to accept a posi
tion in the business house of the latter at
Mr. William Cook, formerly in the em
ploy of Mr. E. R. Pittit, is now in tho
wholesale establishment of Messrs. Strat
um & Hinl.
A CARNIYALOF FUN.
Such was the masquerade ball given by
the Young People's temperance association
at Reform hall, on Eighth street, Friday
night. Tho company consisted of between
forty and fifty couples, representing tho
best society in tho city. Most of them
were tnasqiied and the masques were nearly
all original, having been made by the
niusqiicis themselves, or their friends.
The masques, which represented a great
variety of characters and things, wero got
ten up with much taste and good judg
ment. Thcro were but two or three suits in
tho house (ami theso wero worn by young
men), which did not attract attention on ac
count nf their beauty, or .txclto amuse
ment because of their ffVnciful designs.
Tho danco bcitan early rind con
tinued witli'perioJlcal Interruptions until
yesterday morn ing boiuo time; thu Inter-
ruptions being taken advantage of to talk
and to sup, at n table well provided with
colfee and substantial, in the rear end of
the hall. Although many who took an
active part in the dance from the beginning
were compelled to discard their masques
before the time set for this act arrived, the
event, when it did come, created many
agreeable surprises, as friend recognized
friend in grotesque attire
The following is a concise statement of
the suits worn ami by whom
Miss Annie Pitcher, white domino;
Mrs. Wood Rittenhousc, Spanish girl;
.Miss Edith Martin and Miss Maud Rittcn
house, Frost; Misses Annie Stewart and
Flora Malinski, School Girls; Mrs. James,
Topsy; Mrs. E. A. P.urnett, Miss Phelia;
Miss Mamie Parker, Morning ; Miss Florence
Williamson, Evening; Miss Henderson,
Rlack Oomino; MissMagie McEwen.FIow-(-T
Girl; Miss Laura Rennie,
Dolly Varden; Miss Mattie John
son, Folly; Miss Annie Morse, Red
Riding Hood; Miss Ella K'c-.t, Gypsy girl;
Miss Lydia Pitcher, skating girl; .Miss
Among the gentlemen were Mr. Rector,
as an Irish lab irer; Mr. E. A. Iiurnctf,
Hia watha Ed. Ilalliday, Cadet ; George Wil
liamson, Rrother Gardner, of the Lime
Kiln Klub;G,;orge Smith, Clown ; Mr. Brcn
ncn, of Nashville, Count; Win. Williamson,
St. Jacob; Win. R. Ilalliday, Gentleman;
Chns. Whittaker, Darkey; Charles Roughen,
Courtier; Mr. G. tY. Davis, Horace Greeley ;
Charles Frank, Ed Weil, Max Rlack
and Will Black, Mystic Krew;
John Sandusky, Capt. Jenks.
This is a partial list of the more elegant
costumes worn, some of the masquers ex
changed their costumes for an ordinrry
dress suit soon after the hrcinniinr nf ti,n
The nnsic was furnished by Prof.
Storrer's string band and was excellent.
THE PAPER SOCIABLE.
A ORAM) SUCCESS A FEW OK THE COSTUMES,
The Paper Sociable of Thursday night,
notwithstanding the rainy day, was a de
cided success. The handsome and spacious
parlors and reception rooms of tho Ritten
housc mansion was, at an early hour, tilled
to overflowing with the friends of the hospit
able family. Each, as they arrived, met were
at the door by the genial host and his
charming wife, and at once made to feci es
pecially welcome and perfectly at home.
We may add that guests were also wel
coined at the door by a large sunllnwcr be
hind which a careful scrutiny revealed the
smiling face of C. W. Henderson, the only
gentleman in costume, who, we were pri
vately informed, represented little Charlie
Ross, although he did not seem to be badly
The chandeliers were handsomely draped
with particolored paper chains, and tho
walls decorated with paper ornaments and
flowers, the iisthetic sunflower predominat
ing. The success of the affair must have been
very gratifying to the ladies having it in
We give below a brief inscription of such
of the best costumes, as the representative
of Tin-; Bullktin could catch as they cir
cled around him. Some may have been
overlooked, but that was unavoidable:
Mts. Ritteiii'iibotise, the hostess, wore
black, trimmed handsomely with orange
colored tissue paper that suited admirably
her brunette style.
Miss Man I, (laughter of the house, as
Snow Drops," wore paper ornaments to
match her dress of white tissue.
Mrs. J. M. Lausden was happy as tho
big sii'iflower she represented, in black
tissue, paper dress, ornamented with arti
Ileal paper sunflower's natural as the gen
Mrs. AI.Sioo, as "Wall F.ower," wore an
elaborate dress, bi atiti:'ul in design and of
many colors, made from dtll'ercnt patterns
of wall papers, and representing tho busi
ness of B. F. Blake.
Miss Tennii) Woodward wore a beautiful
costume, representing her father's Novelty
run store, Her dress was double skirt of
pink and white advertising sheets, with
w dst and collar cut sailor stylo.
Miss Annie Riley's dress was same as that
of Mi-s Woodward.
Mrs. Ida James wore a dress, composed
of Caiuo IIlllictin's printed on straw
colored book, and green and Mtaw striped
poster; drapery, plain paper, with ruffs of
Htiiped with peaked boddice, Hat of same
Mrs. C. W. Henderson wore a handsome
ly fitting dress of bluo tissue with silver
advertising cards of stoves, as pendants
from her belt, and a Jaunty bluo tissue
Mrs. Oscar Haythorn represented her
I husband's dry goods business in a rich
looking slrinv colored dress, ornamented
will) a perfect i nltntion of corals made of
Mrs, Dr. Jocolyn, in handsome rose
colored tissue, with Itat to match, represent
Mrs. 8. Williams, "Fashionable, Lady,"
woro pca-grocrl,vwlth garnet trluiinlogs,
bonnet, fan and parasol to match ; all of
tissue paper, and was one of the handsomest
costumes at the sociable.
-Mrs. I). Holmes, in white and gilt, re
presented the I. C. It. R.
Miss Millard, in blue and old gold, re
presented Mrs. Williamson's notion depart
ment. Mrs, C. M. Howe wore cream, black
trimming, ornamented with paper sun
flowers. Miss Eflle Close, in her costume, made a
most lovely Calls Lily.
Hiss Mollie Riley represented the insur
ance business of II. II. Candec. Her orna
ments were handsome calendars hung pen
dent, making a beautiful picture in a showy
Miss Emma Riley, lookeu charming in a
fancy costume of blue and white tissue.
Miss Mollie Webb, "Queen of the
Amizons," wore a coat of mail, made of sil
Miss Maggie White, fancy costume, pink
Miss A. Antrim, "Spring," whito tissue,
trimmed with paper flowers.
Mrs. George Fisher, in red, white and
blue, represented tho U. S. Custom House.
Mrs. John Haines, "Butter flys" in pink
Miss. Lillie Fhillip, in 8ky blue tissuo
paper, a triumph of artistic taste, trimmed
with gilt bands printed represented J.
Burger & Co.
Miss. Jennio Wilson, represented a very
clear, bright night, in black paper dress,
silver stars and crescent.
Miss Lizzie Green, ''Pocahontas" orange
Iress, with rod fringe, the customary strings
of beads and a gilt hatchet.
Miss. AlicoIIalliday, "Autumn". Brown
dress and autumn leaves.
Miss Edith Wheeler, "Spring," white tis
sue dress and flowers.
Abbie Wheeler, "Flower girl."
Gussio Myers, "Flower girl."
Mamie Smith, in pink tissue, trim
mings, pictures and cuts, representing the
busines of D. Hartman.
Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. Win. Stratton and
Mrs. J. B. Reed, had charge of the re
freshments and wore paper csps and aprons
ornamented 1o represent their husbands'
Miss Copeland was "Thoughtful'' in a
suit of purple with pansy trimmings and
fan to match.
Bright little Birdie Williamson, in a
very pretty costume, and in a pretty speech
proclaimed that she represented "ourstore."
Mrs. S. P. Wheeler, "Album" dress of
white tissue paper with royal purple trim
mings.ornamented with selected mottoesand
poems, one, original, written on the sleeve
with pen and ink by Mrs. B. Y. George,
was as follows:
"Is friendship's hold so llj;ht Indeed,
As this frail sleove?
And does it own uo firmer lines.
Than this I leave?
Our names are. written deepsr still,
We need not grieve,
For no wise woman wear her heart
I'pon hur sleeve."
Iti consequence of the large number of
people present it was impossible to get a
more intended discription of dress. Dili
gent efforts were made to get the name of
every one in costume, as it was desired
that none should be missed
Beaten by Chicago,
A Toledo (ommet'eial traveler who
has been opening up n new route in
Indiana this winter encountered one
dealer who didn't think ho hud better
change his custom, lie had been deal
ing with ii Chicago hotiso for several
years, tmd he had no fault to find.
"1 can make you brooms for pet
dozen," urged the Toletloun.
"Yes, but Chicago heats thiit."
"How's cents ti pound for starch?'
"Oh, Chicago beats that."
"I'll sell you good tea by tho chest for
"Thnt's purty fair, but Chicago beats
"Our house will give you four months'
"Chicago's ahead of that."
The traveler couldn't mention a thing
tlnit Chicago didn't beat, and tit last,
despairing; of receiving tin order, he re
marked: "I did think of stopping over Sunday
nnd going to church, but it seems"
"Oh. it's no use in trying that on,"
interrupted the dealer. "Tho agent of n
Chicago house has been runtmig otn
choir over it year past, nnd u Cincinnati
house has already agreed to send us on
n Sunday school library! Maybe you
enn do something in tho next town, "but
we're chuck full here and wouldn't
touch it Toledo housu unh'ss it promised
us a twenty-acre lot for iv new gravo
j iii'd!"' Jktroit Fire I'rcsx,
Tho Crcaiu-of-Tartar Remedy.
In 1M77 ti well-known correspondent
of The Lircrfmul Mireury wrote to that
journal as follows:
I am willing to risk my reputation tvs
a public man if the worst ease of small
pox can not be effectually cured In three
da,s simply by cream of tartar. This
Is the suro nnd never-failing rcnicdv.
( no ounce of cream of tartar dissolved
In a pint of boiling water, to bo drunk
when cold, at short intervals. It. can ho
taken tit any lime, and Is a preventive
as well as ii curalivo. It Is known tc
have cured in a hundred thousand eases!
without a failure. I have myself re
stored hundreds hy this; means. It nev
pr leaves a murk, never cause. blind
noun, and alwnja pruvunU Vodioug ling.