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TUESDAY MOUNJKvT, JULY 11, i-s
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OFiTXOiAL FAPKK OF CITV AND COUNTY
We nr 'Uhorl.'!(l to huiihuucu that K. A. I).
W1LHANKS, nf Jfll'uri'iiii cininty, l a caniliituln
for Clcrd ofllie AppiilUln Court lu thu Fourth
OtvUiou of lllhiolii, milijoct to thu audHluQ of a
convcniiou of llio Duniocrulic parly
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notire tu l&m euluma, eiKiit conts per line fur
grin and Bve ceuta pur line eacb nuhneiiueut liner
tlon. for one ww.k, 3l cents pur liuu. For unu
month, 0 cent por line.
Out of the tiro, cor. of 8th mid Levee, my
icehouse and nlfic.u is at present s the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th ami 9th streets.' Orders will lie
tilled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
y,0U0 copies of the latest sheet music,
vocal and instrumental, at J. llriu.Ku'h
dry goods store.
eight to ten good horses, suitable for Btreet
car purposes. Call on or address Cairo St.
Ry. Co. City Depot at Mill st.
tf C. V. Nkkk, Sujit.
Slimmer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad lias now on
sale excursion tickets t all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto nnd Niagara Fulls. Kites low.
Call or address J. H. Junes, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
Company Order No.
Headquarters Co. No. !), Inf. I. N. 0.,
Cairo, Ills. : The otlicertt and men of the
Ilalliday (lunids will meet at their armory
ou Tuesday, July 12th, at 9 o'clock p.m.
for inspection and muster.
l"y order of John Enulisii, Capt.
William P. Junk, Sergeant.
Bought and Leased.
1 have bought the meat simp, stuck and
fixtures, heretofore run by Fred Koehler,
on the south side of Ejghth street, between
the avenues, and have employed Mr. L. J.
Koehler to attend to it. A full assortment
of fresh meats will be constantly kept on
hand anil patronage, both wholesale and
retail, is solicited. I have alao leased the
Bteani sausage factory of Koehler Brother
ou Seventeenth slrewt, and employed
John Hague hh foreman and am
prepared to furnish any variety or quantity
of sausages of the be-d uuality on short
notice. Orders from abroad and at home
solicited and promptly tilled.
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through the seaeoii
delivering ice to all parts of the city. 1
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my ollico on Tenth stieet,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and careful attention.
(Ir.o. W. Scknch.
Use Tiik Caiuo ISui.i.ktln perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
nomilla, equally good lor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three si.es, at the office. No. '-i and
H. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Spniat'n ftctull Ice Jinx.
Cousuiiioih of ice are iiotilied that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundilf's store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets wilt be punched at this stand
just the same an by drivers of wagons, tf.
Cash Well Spent.
Money expended in personal adornment
is often foolishly wasted upon articles o! no
intrinsic value, A bottle of Sozodont, how
ever, is W'jrth its weight in gold to anyone
troubled with poor teeth, and its price is
caidi well spent by the purchaser. Though
ft will not make the teeth regular, they
who use it are astonished at the' rapid im
provement it ellV-cts in thu dental row.
Moreover, they breathe sweetness, and have
healthy gums and ruddy lips.
Lvdia E. Pinkium's Vegetable Com
pound curea all female complaints by re
moving the cause.
Tim beat that thu market alfoids is w hat
you always get at the Giand Central hotel,
007 Broadway. Now York city, and at the
low price of tOO and f :j.(M p,.f day for
board and room. Don't lorgut this when
you visit Gotham. 200 rooms on European
plan at fl.00 and upwards per day, ulso a
good restaurant attached.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, uervous debility, and all wuskiiei.s
of yenorativa organa. fl. Sforfj. All
druggists. Send lor circular to Alleu's
rharuiacy, 315 First Ato., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thenfl eoinmui, tea cents per Hue,
ttcli Insertion. Marked '
The city council will meet to-night in
Two cases of yellow fever came on the
steamer Mark Lane to Boston harbor ou the
The Ohio river fell four inches at this
point during the twenty-four hours ending
at one o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Services in the difforeiit churclieB in
the city were well attended Sund.iy in spite
of bad weather.
The ferryboat Three States wid be
magnificently decorated and illuminated on
the occasion of Mr. D. F. King's excursion
next Thursday night. It
Sheriff Hodges calls upon nil who are
concious of being in arrears with their per
souiil taxes to come forward immediately
and settle up.
The board of county commissioners
met at the county clerk's office yesterday,
but adjourned without transacting any bus
iness until nine o'clock this morning.
Judge R. S. Yocuui convened county
court yesterday morning, but beyond at
tending to some probate business nothing
The millinery establishment of Mrs.
Welsh, formerly on Eighth street, has been
removed to the building of Mr. Thomas
Keime, on Washington avenue.
--Mr. 1). F. King has chartered the ferry
boat Three States, and will give a grand
mooiilight excuisiou next Thursday night.
Rev. 11. Y. George received news a day
or two ago to thu effect that the remains of
the son of Mr. Iloofstitlcr were recovered
from the water on the 4th inst.
The case of the People vs. Dr. G. II.
Leach was up for preliminary trial be fmc
Judge J. J. Bird yesterday. A thorough
examination was haJ and the Dr. was dis
charged. "Next Thursday night will be the pleas
antest of the year, made so by the splendid
excursion to be given by Mr. 1). F. King on
the fenyboat Three States. It
In special locals appears an order to
the Ilalliday guard-j, by Capt. J. E. English,
requiring a meeting ot the former at their
armory ou the Pith inst. for inspection and
Boys who are in the habit of going in
swimming opposite the Siuger weeks are
warned that they must uot do so any more
if they would avoid the risk of arreBt ud
The match game of baseball played
up town Sunday afternoon between thu
"Arab" aud "Coinique" clubs, broke up in
a little row before it was nearly finished.
But the Arabs were way ahead when the
Henry llasenjagcr has placud in posi
tion an elegantly painted aud ornamented
sign bearing the legend "Anthony fi
Kuhn's St. Louis XXX Lager Beer," and
means that this delightful beverage is kept
on draught all all times in Henry's saloon.
Up to last evening Messrs. Hinkle
Moore & llinklu and J. E. Henderson &
Co. had received much the greater parts of
their insurance, aud the balance due them
will probly bo forthcoming to-day or to
morrow. A floater was discovered in the Missis
sippi river, just opposite Mr. DesKochcr's
place yesterday moining, by a watchman
ou the Mississippi levee. Coroner Fitz
gerald was duly iiotilied and held nti in
quest late last evening.
It now appears that the too free use ol
liquor by the officers of the Bteamer Scioto
caused the collision of that boat with
another, on the Ohio liver, near Pittsbii'g
on the Fou'lh. The number of dead,
known to have resulted from the disaster,
has reached over one huiidted.
It seems that the charge of assault with
intent to kill made against Dr. d. II. Leach
by Mr. Bai th was entirely unjustifiable .The
evidence before Judge Bird yesterday show
ed plainly that the Dr. was first assaulted
by the barkeeper, und that ho drew his
weapon in self defense.
The Republican senatorial convention
of this senatoiial district is to meet nnd
transact w hat business may come before it
just alter the adjournment of the congres
sional convention next Thursday, and in
the same pluco, the opera house. Hon.
Chas. F. Nellis, cha'rmau of the Repub
lican senatorial dish let central committee,
h is issued a cull to this ell'ect,
The new Democratic County Central
committee, composed of Messrs. B. F.
Blake, M. J. HJNvley, George E. O'Hiita,
Capt. T. W. Shields, lion, F. Bross, Messrs.
J. E. McCrite and J, 11. Mulcuhcy, will
meet next Friday night at thu office of Mr.
M.J. Howlcy for the purpose of organiza
tion. Circuit did not convene yesterday at
all. Judge Bake concluded that, as there
was no money in the fund with which to
pay jurors lu the cases docketed for trial,
he would uot convene court until tho next
regular term, w hich will be on the second
Monday in September next. Tlio number
of cases deu.auding trial is not large, but
mine of them are of considerable import-aucu.
Mr. 1). F. King's beautiful ice cream
garden vdll bo transferred to the ferryboat
Three States, on the occasion of the grand
moonlight excursion, Thursday night. A
fine string baud will also be aboard. It
Much excitement was created yester
day morning, on Sixteenth street near Pop
lar, by the frantic efforts of a horso attached
to a btifgy containing a lady and gentle
man to break away. But after some strug
gling and thu assistance of outsiders the
animal was quieted down. One of the
buggy wheels was put out ot shape and
the occupants of tho buggy were badly
frightened, otherwise all ended well enough.
A young negro uamed Charles Debou
was brought here by an officer from San
dusky yesterday evening for confinement
in our county jail for the monstrous crime
of having changed a mark on another man's
little, hog.' The hog was valued by its
owner at eight dollars. The damage done
tho owner will probably bo assessed upon
the negro in the form of a tine and impris
onment. Agents of the several ot'ier insurance
companies in which the property, on Com
mercial avenue, lately destroyed by tire,
were in the city yesterday and the day be
fore to adjust tho claims for the amounts
culled for by the policies held by Messrs.
Hinkle, Moore, Henderson and NelF. No
tumble in the adjustment of tho claims by
any of the companies is anticipated, and it
is likely that all concerned will soon again
give the desolated, blackened premises a
A communication has been received
by Judge R. S. Yocum from Governor Cul
lotu stating that something over 2,M)0
had been placed in h's (the governor's)
hands for the benefit of Alexander county,
im remuneration for swamp lands belonging
to the county nnd s ildbythe government
some years ajo. The sum will help the
county out considerably, as, even now, bcv
eral important funds are more than ex
hausted. Those who attended the Methodist
church last Sunday night must certainly
have all been much pleased with the music,
a novel feature of which was a cornet ac
companiment by Miss Ada Scnrrott and
Mr. Parsons. The harmony was perfect
and the ell'ect was mo.U agreeable to the
ear. It was an innovation here which will
soon become popular. It is expected that
next Sunday another comet, a basso, will
A difficulty between Mr. Morris Wiley
and Mr. II. C. DePue, in which the latter
was severely assaulted, being stricken
dowu some several took place on Ohio levi c
in front of Mr. John Sproat's ice office, yes.
terday forenoon. Mr. DePun caused the
arrest of Wiley who plead guilty before
Magistrate Comings, and was fined five
dollars and costs. At the request of Mr.
DePue, Mr. Wiley was also placed under a
peace bond. The cause of the difficulty
between these two well known gentlemen
is uot generally known.
Elsewhere appears a communication
from Mr. Will Hughes, correcting an item
which appeared in Saturday's Boi.i.ktis,
and which reflected upon him somewhat
sevuely. Bi sides the corrections made by
Mr. Hughes in his communication, it is
due him to say that Mr. Atelier did not give
him the money with which to pay for the
box of cigars obtained frmii Messrs. Morse
& Redhunr, therefore, he could not have
kept it, though he did not pay for the
cigars. The whole story was a fabrication,
but looked prolnble because of the absence
of Mr. Hughes, 'line Bulletin takes
pleasure in making the correction.
-On Saturday Mr. Michael Lynch, of
Villa Ridge, who had been in this city,
jumped from the moving train when it
r-au bed Villa Ridge station and was severe
ly thrown and injured. Ho bought a local
ticket and was told 'at the time that the
train would stop at the station. The side
of his face was badly scratched, his right
hand was lacerated and is thickly swollen,
and in his right side he received a wound
which may prove of a Bcrious character.
Mr. Lynch was in the city again yesterday,
with a view to instituting proceedings for
damage against the Illinois Central railroad
The great horse i ace for live hundred
dollars a side, to be run at St, Mary's park
in this city by "Long John," of Metropolis,
aud "King Pen," of Louisville, has been net
for thu 1 1 tli, instead of the Pith as before
announced. The change was made because
the 13th will be the day of the great Re
publican convention wrangle at thu opera
house in this city, which will almorball
the interest of all the people all tho day
long. A tournament, in connection with
thu race, is already a certainly, and several
other smaller races and amusements will
also very likely take place.
The prohibitionists of Jacksonville are
circulating thu following petition and pro
pose to present it after signatures have been
obtained, to thu Kcpublicuu aud Democratic
nominating conventions of that senatorial
disttlct: We, the undersigned temperance
voters of the Thirty-eight senatorial district
of Illinois, hereby respectrully submit to
tin) several political conventions of tlnj dis
trict aud to their candidates that wu will
vote for no man for representative or state
senator who will uot promise, it elected, to
use his inlluenco and his vote iu ftuch body
in favor of submitting an amendment to
thu statu constitution to thu people forever
prohibiting the manufacture and sale of in
toiicutiutf liquors at a bvcrugu.
Mr. Sebastian Barth, former barkeeper
for Mr. Grose, has bought
out Mr. Reese, at tho southwest corner
of Fourteenth street rnd Commercial avenue.
Mr. A. Frohmu's former stand, and will
hereafter bo found behind the counter deal
ing nut the finest liquors of any descrip
tion desired to all who may call upon him.
Mr. Barth is an experienced bar keeper and
has many friends. Ho will soon open up
iu grand style. It
In about two months the Mcthodid
conference will meet and will decide, among
other things, upon a uevv location for Rev,
Seanett, of tho Methodist church hero.
During their stay here Rev. Scarrett and
family have become great favorites with the
people of Cairo generally and with the
Methodist congregatian particularly. The
former's short, plain, powerful sermons hav e
been ctl'.'ctivo as well as entertaining- Their
departure would be generally regretted.
Last Sunday Chief Myers received a
dispatch from New Rrunside on the Wa
bash railroad, asking him to keep a look
out lor two men w ho were suspected of
having broken open the safo of Mr. F. M.
McGee, cfNew Burnside, ami taken there
from about six thousand dollars. The two
men who are suspected were seen to leave
tho town early Sunday morning. A rewind
of one thousand dollars is offered for their
With an almost superhuman effort tl o
corpulent editor of the Pulaski Patriot has
managed to embrace himself and, in the e
uberance of his well feigned delight, hi ihIs
fortli the following self cuiigralulatoiy
wail: "Since our last issue we have takin
s line pains to investigate the condition of
county politics, and are assured that the
Republicans of Pulaski were never none
solidly united and deteiuiiiied ( win thnn
now." Now mark these words, Rpukin
last Friday iu this city, in too presence of a
representative of Tine Bi'lultin, by a
prominent white Republican of Mount)
City: "Theie is no more chance for tie
election of Harris, the colored Republican
nominee lor county clerk of Pulaski coun
ty, than there is for my going to heaven
with my clothes on." Does this indicate
Rcpublicau harmony in Pulaski county
is this tho "solid unity and deterininatii n
to win" over which Roberts goes into testa
Someone entered the house of Mr .
Card, on Fourth street, between Washing
ton avenue and Walnut street, Sunday night
and took therefrom a trunk containing
six hundred and fifty dollars aud took nil
but two hundred of it. Entrance was
gained by a back window, a side door was
then opened and the trunk tukuii out into
thu yard where it was broken open with un
axo and a railroad spike and robbed. A
uegio who came here from the south, where
he had known Mrs. Card and family, and
who had been doing general wuik around
the hoiLio since then, is suspicted of the
thelt and is under arrest. There are strong
grounds for believing him guilty of the
crime, its he has been unguarded in his an
swers to questions put to him by Chief
Myers. But there are others suspicted and
it may be that some more startling revela
tions will be made within the next few
days. This incident is auother warning
against keeping largo sums of money in
places where it is not properly guanled and
handling in a manner that it is exposed to
almost acyouu who chances to pass in or
out of the house, as was several times the
cine in this instance.
Taking Ti:ii Bulletin's little error
with regard to the name of the man who
called the late Republican state convention
to order as a cue, Barton's Five Press, with
an exhibition of rather more feeding than
so iusigniticaut a matter justifies, aeon a
Tine IU.i.LKi iN in a general way ol "blun
dering ignorance'' and says such an error
was inexcusable. Barton is too severe ;.n
his judgment, but lie is u hot headed fel
low and is nothing, if not extreme. The
dillVrence between "Lung John" w ho was
not a chairman, and "Lung Jonco" who
was, is so slight that Tiik Bulletin's error
is certainly pardonable. But the remarka
ble thing about this acrimonious criticism
of I'm ton is that he entirely ignores the
important I acts set forth iu the item which
he undertakes to criticise, to-wit: that
neither the gentleman who called the San
gamon county con veil tii hi to order, nor
'Long Jones," who called the slate conven
tion to order, undertook to say who of
those present Bhould vote at tho prelimi
nary organization, as did the Dauironite
Republican who called the Alexander
county Republican convention together.
This point is an important one, because it
was the rock upon which thu last named
convention foundered, causing it to split
asunder, and thu major and best portion of
it to go down amid thu breakers of Rupub
licun petty dishonesty and intrigue.
IIuVi. Joint R. Thomas arrived in the
city yesterday, and put up at The Ilalliday.
Several young ladies lrom Jackson, Tenu,,
are visiting Miss Louisa Vincent iu this
Mrs, J. II. Ritteuhousu uud children
loft tliu city yesterday for a visit to her old
homo iu Ohio.
A WRONG RIGHTED.
Caiuo, July 1st, 1883.
EdlturUullotlu, ('tiro, HI,:
Deau Sib I suppose you have food au
thority for the article against Will Ungues,
Ouv "Poetical MI a, el line.
ISuitoKus' thu men, deny who can
'I'n clothe thu mortal nice ol man.
(in til 1 !U 111. Kits' it yoll 1110 llllll',
For (iarhs that Hiiit Church, Shop or Stable
lio to Jd in khm' with jniir bdJ'H,
Breeches niti far bettor than toys.
(into I ! r : i ( 1 1 c 1 1 s iiinl net: the styles,
liny, or lniy not, you'll have their Blink's.
(jo to lli itiiKiis' it' y mi 'ri.' in luvc,
'I'hcir coat and iiints lit like u glove.
(Jo to Bi'imr.us' if you're sad,
Their bty lr.4 make e'en the mniirneis glad.
Onto Bi iiouhn' if you urn poor,
They'll iiiiiko prices unit yiii muu,
do to Buiuikks' it you're lich,
Their styles an: nil thu "limy" pitch.
(In to Bum. wis' if you'i'u w ise,
Yoit'rti unit! to draw a brilliant pii.u.
(Jo to l!niii:itV it' you'ru hot,
Their summer rigs cool on thu spot.
do to lii iiiii.iti' if you're I'ut,
They'll tone you down from sock to lint,
Co to ISuitiiMts' if you're lean,
They'd pud you mi 'twill not be seen.
(lo to liriioKKs' it' yi.ii'ii! diort,
Their tigs ni'! nil 1 1 ? nutty sort,
(in to 111 ii.Ki;s' it V'u'it ,l"
For Coat or p ill's ul' ovrl ,
(Into lii noi-.its' it' yoii'n: a rough,
They'll shine you up, liowi vcr tough.
do to Ijl ltilKlts' it you run,
For tin y run suit ju-t any man.
(Jo to l!uii;r.its', yo ung and 'Id,
One hull' their wo'tli h is ne'er been told.
doto I',' lll.l Its' I .JurC- Clothing HollSC,
Right oppovt.. the new Opera lloli e.
I am here to defend myself, and 1 here
brand it is an untruth. The iVt is that on
the liiM day of .May I went to work for
John A 1 1 1 j . -1 fir f l.) a n,oii!h, with the uu
der-tniidi'io that in y w a:;i's wrio to lie
raised when hii;iiiei would juroly it. .1
Worked faithfully, late and enily, until the
Ith ol July. l'p to thiii iiiiie 1 had dr.iAii
about -tin for two months work. For ail
the -l:h of July, after all had In en paid lor
that we had sold on that day, ex ep' l'JU
cigar bought of (iuy M r-.e. ami fi paid
for a sign, ) wlnih Atelier took out of the
till himself, theie wa-. l.i I'l to Count up
that night. Tills $l;l.dil mid til) jasl larks
J(i.fil) of paying ine tor tie' t w o months,
say not long of the d iys in .July. As
fol Mr. Atelier Hot l.ilowi'i:. Ahere I was is
another lie, for I have a wriest, who is us
nici.' a man as there is in Cairo tho wmt
in Atelier's saloon with ine the d iv I left,
aud he knows AU'her asked in-; to stay with
hllii, and told me he was .vuiy he could m t
pay me iiU'ie now.
Very respectfully yoUf:',
Will. 1 1 1. 1. II KS.
Caiuo, July Tth, ISK'.
Kiltlor Bulletin, riri, III.:
Will Hughes h is served us in the capacil y
of barkeeper. We take pleasure in recom
mending 1 1 i in as mi hoie.-t young man.
Sun it Hun
ULl) Ot "IKITS - LVnitulDUUIICS sun VII li
TL'MES 1. 1 W.N i r.NMS UKESKS-MU
Most striking, perhaps, are the rerl out
tits, l Use the word outfit" because uot
only is the costume one of entire redness,
hut equally ted is the hat and paiasol.
Slack stockings, gloves and black lace scarf
ofieiitimcH give finish. With ti rra cotta
outfit", however, tin: i lea S' cms to be all
or nothing; so we see the long terra cotta
gloves, drawn ostenstatiously to the elbow
over the tight, untninined sleeves. For
illuming wear, tine gingham is iu high
favor, while as a rival ure the white em
broidered costumes made with long, half
tight sacques, that may or may not bo belt
ed to the figuie. Mine il i'iity white cos
tumes worn at dinner or in the evening an;
combined with Suiah with especially pieity
ellVct. The embroidery is lavish; deep
flounces of it w ith lesei lulls foi wand and
sleeves; the col ned Surah Conning n com
ponent part of the drebt; laid in broad folds
iiero'S the front, iu panels, etc., or showing
through the open work.- Here too, eoine iu
the elegant sashes of the day, taking the
place of Surah and glowing among encir
cling masse ol eiubioidery bought by the
yard and made up like ordinary goods. Iu
the way ot embroidery, indeed, we can
hardly go astray; wise om s pradict a coin
ing furore lor it, the advancing waves of
which are already upon us. We shall be
submerged in it ; drowned and struggling
by next w inter. All sorts of common stud's
will bu woven in such wise. The "Would
if l-coutd's will go forth enveloped therein ;
thu elegant will indignantly fuse themselves
and then Many will be the fiuitlea dollar
thus expended on embroidery, but those
masses of it can be laid away. Your grand
children can, after many years, bring thun
out at the Saratoga of the f uture, just as
you may now be fa .hionnblc at the Sniatoga
of to-day, if, perchance, you can draw from
obscurity some embroidered cape or collar
of needlework. Never mind about idiape;
tho needlework will cany you through.
'Tis the needlework .that is wautod the
self-same ueedluwork which all along has
caused its comic lunation.
Surah is much used for costumes that can
be Worn at any time. Not too dressy for
the morning concert, they ure paraded at
dinner, will answer for the afternoon drive,
and also for tea and the evening concert,
provided one is iu a modest frame of mind.
Not to say that the average Saratoga bounty
would condescend to appear during the eu
tire duy iu one change of raiment. Hut so,
most truly. But with one or two of these
Surah dresses hanging conveniently et hand,
one Doed never be at loss for something to
wear. Dowager mammas arc moreover
quite addicted to Su'ah. In .lark slm li s
it is at once dignified and dre-'-y ; serving
to tune down too great portliness of form;
or if a youthful coiiirimess of i'ipe m,.
di igoino a pfot't'h of diying up, the si.;t
Surah can be converted into any number i f
conveniently pulled out and bee uuing Iml
looiis. On the whole, we find t iiiruH-i lor
sages in the majority, bt t aiine showing oil
the figure to advantage, and iu this i onni-c-tion
the partiality kIiowii the double hip
novelty corset in not MirprU'iig. The bi nes
of this beautifully fitting coi.-t t are placed
diagonally iu the fioiit and Inn k, by which
improvement, stability, strength and sym
metry are givtll. Pi I feet Ireedolll of move
ment results because it is so plinble, wbl'.e
from that very reason it is xtn inely dura
ble since it yields without bli nking. Every
lady who wishes to dross Well ought finely
to have one, and could not there!' ire do bet
ter than to i 'IicIom; $ "iO to the Novelty
Coiset Works, N'os. 'JI'J 1 1 West Twenty-sixth
sln et. R.;l cos tu i.e are particu
larly liked lor
LAWN l tN.M",
because s pictun rq'i lb re, of course,
the waist must be hs'so to allow free mo
tion, while the tennis apron of lirien or Hol
land mitigates a too prevailing redm -s.
Sometimes this apron , ynte long both
back and tlolit, with prettily shaped low
waist and nroi'ioles. The ti 'miuiing ni ist
be fanciful ; an embroidered rul!K etc., and
ol coiiihu th re is ro"lo tor i - n ttLh ai
r iligein'Mit of the trout pock:'. .More so
tier, but s'lll jaunty enough tennis dieses
arc in telegraph blues yellowi-h gr-eiii r
terracotta, to say nothing of cheesecloth
or canvas finished with figuics cut from t re
tonne ami put ou in applique at lu. For
j oiing ladies these outfits arc rxtrtm iy
elfeetive and call be made at homo with
little cost, as the materials ai e very cheap,
looking rij'JIy quite as well as expensive
MKS. VillKIKI.u't. I)ltl.ss,
presented by the Woman's Siik Culture
Association, wis the greft'est nhj ;ct of at
tention just previous to my leaving New
York. It w.is shown in L rd it Taylor's
window, wln re iunrouu ling it was a mag
nificent display ot American silks, showing
very lino combinations of color and pattern
in rare hncados. Mrs. (in field's dress is
of richest ti'MU'e, displaying wide bro
cadol columns iu lloral design running
lengthwise, while near by, to be used in
combination if desired, was silk of similar
weaving but'iu a mixture of gray and
black. I.utv C.utri.ii.
If you have humois and pimples, boils
am! ei options on f,4,-y, hands or skin, it is
because the system needs toning and purify
ing. Nothing will give you such good
hcitllh, smooth and fresh skin ana vigorous
feel'tigas Simmons Liver Regulator, pure
ly vegetable and not uuplea-eint to thu
taste. Take the Regulator to stimulate the
liver, to cleanse the eyes and skin of yel
lowness, to improve digestion and to inakj
the breath pure and sweet.
OLMSTEAD & WINTER,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchant?,
No. ar Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avg.
Consignment S did ted.
rjUIE CITY NATIONAL IUSk
Oi' Cairo. lIlliniiH.
71 OUIO LKVKB
CAPITAL, lino 0,000
A General Baukiiitf ImNiuenH
Tf lOg. W. HALLUUY.
JNTKUrlUSK SAVING DANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HAS K.
TIIOS. W. 1IALLIUAV,
. u nr.