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THE DAILY OAIKO HU1XKTIN: FRiDAY MOIINT1VG, SEPTEMBER 7. isss.
The Daily Bulletin.
HEXERAJi LO JA L ITEMS.
, "h V".rt",n -nil wh.ti.ur marled or i not. .f
Utwito f rrtny win hu-im'M Inn-rout am
Tlu Cairo Ciy Hand made sweet music
ajjain last at iiiylit the Tenth street staud.
1 U;s are res nut fully invited to in
ppfct our new arrival of tine dross froods.
Flannels und trimmtiius to match, at Gold
ttine & It -senwutcr's. l
Mr. T. M. Lve:t, book-keeper for
M'rs. Strut ton & 15. rd, Iris g me into the
p i'U and wnU-p ip r bu in with Mr. JefT
Clark, mikim,'. Mron,,' lirm.
Tim annual election of the Hibernian
tire company will b held Saturday night,
toe ci -Ji h instant. All members are roquet
ted to attend. 2t
A switch engine on the Iron Mountain
ro.d run fr.'in the tr.uk between here and
Charleston, Mo., yesterday iil'.ernooti, and
luried itself iu the grouud. No one wis
-The Honey Moon is a comedy which
bus been popular for many years, and as
the r.le of Juliana affords tine for emotion
nl acting it is exactly suited to Miss Julia
Make, whose great powers were cheerfully
acknowledged here last ycir.
County court c mvened yesterday and
tried John MeF.iddeti, a young negro, accused-
'f stealing a pistol from
Mr. Selig Minn. Tiu defendant was sen
tenceJ to one yv if in the reform school.
500 pC.' Hamburg embroidery, all
width", at Goldstine Si U isenwater's. It
The people uf die entire city will learn
with regret tint K iv li. Y. George is to
le ive the city in a month or so after eight
years of eminently satisfietory service as
pastor uf the Presbyterian church here.
He will g ) t ) Lewisto-.vn. Fulton county, in
A carefully H-rtc 1 stock of eirp't, at
(joldstlue ifc Pj -en. liter's. It
From tlieevpres-ions of some of our
well-to-l iproprty hol k-rs on Commerei il
avenue, published e'sivhere, we may cer
tainly nnticipite great activity m the wiy
ot real estate impr n'eiuenN, iu ca-e the
avenue is raised above high water mark.
Several large, fine brick business homes
are promi-e f.
Gentlemen are re.;ifCtf'l'dy invited to
in.-p ct our new stock of clothing, hats an 1
gents' furnishing go ids at the lowest price,
attrol Mine A; 11 cn water's. It
The Lamb rt v 1 Uidi ir is ns Co. re
imiin heie two ui jlit.i, M'n 1 iy and Tues
day, September lO'.'i Kil l llth. Monday,
11 meyiuooti ; Til - I iy. IJ itch eors. Uo l-r
Las tick -s ,i'i 1 r s rv.' I s" i's o i sile, "5,
f)0 an i T.
-Everything n mir line at bottom
pries. G lid.uni" k H-i.-einTit-r. It
The four a-t comedy, ' 11 icled ns", to
be pro lu 'e l Tm .-d iv night by the Lambert
A Ibchat Ison compitiy, is the funniest
thing imaginable, n! ni -i ling in comical
hituatioi, n iid full of plea-aot fixtures.
(Ml at Ibi Icr's an I obt tin t i . : k t s and te-B'-rved
Among the patients under the surgical
care of Drs. 1' irl:-r is J. C. II illad ay, of
Htoncfort, J .hns in comity, who received an
injury mi the In -a I in an accident on the
Wabash s nne weeks ng H;s injury is in
the nature of a s v -r t blo-.v and cut on the
head, which ciu-e, Klni'Ht t ital blindness
in li 'tb eyes. Youtig Cell a is rapidly ira
jiroving mi ler the Dr' c ire and it will sur
prise many to ! irn that enough of hisjiw
will be hived, Hll 1 tie' pi le nf his t'uee Hi)
pateh" l up, that l.e will be able to eat nib
Ktaiitia! f io I. Onlv the most skillful tp'it-
tlletit cotibl b ive hi ought about such a
turn of this tel tible c l-e,
ii"gro n nne. I 1 . Ho lgim tri '1 to
Sell a pistol to Mr. J ihli K lebler, the gnu
smith, veti-rl iv iil'ieinoon, Mr. KoehUr
rec ijni.ed thf wi-ip in us ih it of Mr. W,
A. liice, whose liou-e wis robbed Wednet
day night, nod on Home pMcnio left the
house 1 1 fin I ii'i oillji-r. Ddlc.er Mjfigue
was notified and c nil", but the negro had,
in the meantime, nup cte 1 danger and left
without tiking He-pistol, II,. w.is found
hiding in mi Minlio i." on Ninth street, and
being seaiebed, tao pocket-books, belong
ing to Mr. Hice, weru taken from his pock
ets; and heals i wore a pair of pants tint
been ct den from Mr. lt-b.-, He was jailed
That Im-incHs man who begins cur
tailing his i xpensi's !.y Htojiping ,jH H,v,.r
t'miii.'. Is beyitmi'ig ut the wrong pbice as
ho will find iu the end. That lie cannot
m:c the in;iii" lii.te eil'eit n' iidvt rtising is
no argument uumiiit it. It needs to ln,ve
lut a small i lf"it to iiii"H a paying in
vestment. It don iM win k nilemiy but
surely. Sueceshtul busines men invnnably
advertise Cieir buiim-H. Fuinurs uud other
customers choiild trade with Mich nun us
are iiblefo, and believe in udvi rtisim.', ,,r
as a rule I boy ate so liberal minded us to
have no disposition to lake advantage of a
customer in n deal, nnd they make ho much
money by a good Inii'iucsi as to have no
temptation, That man whoM.1 cyea are mi
dim, whom! power of cub ulation is ao sniall
as to see un Hdvaiit'ige m judicious adver
tising may be expected to fl behind with
liil billn and eveiitiiHllv die in debt. Ex.
Aa a lioUHchold won!, nouij m nmre fnui.
iliar thau St. Jac ihs Oil, the grctt pain-cure.
"FILL UP r
ISTHE CUV OF THE I'KwI'LK!!
WHAT Til tE MEN WHO AUK TO "FOOT Til li
llILlJj" HAVE TO HAY AIIOUT COMM KNCI Mi
' TO HAIBK THK 8THEKTS OK TH E CITY AllOVK
Hlon -WATEH MAKK.
There is probably n ie in the city who
appreciates more thoroughly the great im
portance ot the work prop ised to be com
menced on Commercial avenue thin we do,
and none who would more earnestly counsel
mature deliberation and an assurance that
the way is entirely clear. Perhaps the most
important of all points to he considered in
the matter is the will of the people tho-e
who will be called upon to bear such bur
dens as may result from the inauguration
and prosecution of the work. With this
thought uppermost in our mind, and feeling
certain that :n every other way the pro
posed improvement was entirely practica
ble, would be an assured, a magnificent
success, we set about to test the feelings ot
the property holders on Commercial avenue
with reference to the matter, and iu the
following columns we give the result.
The questions put to the gcutlcnuin
whose names are given, were, "are you in
favor of raising the streets of the city above
high water mark?" "Arc you in favor of
commencing the work on Commercial ave
nue now?'' ''What effect do you think it
will have upon the city at large and upon
your property particularity?"
No attempt was made to induce an atlir
mative answer in any case. People gener
ally ha 1 given the matter much thought,
ha 1 settle. I opinions, and expressed them
promptly and firmly. All understood the
enormity of the work proposed, and nearly
all had, to o.ir opinion, exaggerated ideas of
the cost of the work.
T.iere are a number of owners of fubstan
tial houses on the avenue who are non-residents
here. Thes-', ot course, we di loome.
There are several others we missed, but
they will not number a doen in nil. We
aimed to s.'e every one and to obtain a full,
fair expression from them all; and we give
below the substance of what each said. In
giving these expressions in full, other in
teresting matter is crowded out, but the
great importance of the subject fully ju-t-ifies
this an 1 wiil d iubt!c;s amply make
up to our readers what other matter ot in
terest they might have had:
Ju Ige F. Hross owns two two-story
brick houses at the corner ul Twelfth street.
H-j believes that the city of Cairo w i 1 ' never
amount to anything until it is filled up; and
that his property will increase in value to
more than the cost of the contemplated im
provement. He ia in tavor of immediate
Mr. lUtiiel llartuian owns one of the
linc-d two-story brick hou-es on the street,
y by one hundred feet. He is "heart
aid hand in favor ol having tin; woik
unmetieed at once." Hi has estimates
that it will cost him $1,800 to nie lis
house mi I put a basement under it, and
build the sidewalk and pay for the tiilini'.
He thes the amount at to,')dd, and "would
not he without Iho improvement if it costs
i,ii00." He wants the work begun at once.
Mr. Charles (1 iver is a recent c.unveit to
the proposition. He owns a two-story
brick house near the corner of Eighth
street. He believes that Cairo's salvation is
in tilling up. lie h is several thousni l dol
lars which h i intends to invest. If ihe fill-
in ; is ordered, he will invest it on Com
mercial avenue; if not, he will put it smie
Mr. K. II. Cunningham is one o the
largest property owners on the street. He
is strongly impressed with the enonni y of
the nil lertaking. lie believes tilat ilea:-
ried out, "it will make the town or ruin it,-'
but ne would not say which. He bad not
giv m tin matter much thought on account
ol sickness. II; advised cautiuiwie-s.
Dr. II. Wardncr, of Anna, wis in the
city on Tuesday. He owns a tnree s'oiy
brick near S"Veutli Htreet. He believe,
that "the only thing that Cairo ii'-cds is to
be raised above high wnter;" he is in favor
of commencing work now an I will ( beer
fully hear his share of the expense whatever
it may be.
Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald owns two fine two
story brick houses at the corner of Four
teenth street, a frame livery ntablc below
these, and nix or eiht vacant lots below
this. He is in favor of commencing
the work and will stand his share of th '
expense, so far as his improved property is
concerned, though he would deem at tnum -what
of a hardship to have to pay the an
M'SMiieutson his unimproved lots.
Mr. 1). McCarthy owns two Irani"
collages above Twelfth street. He in op
posed to street lllling, unconditionally and
unchangeably, He believes that the prop
city will not be benefited, and that the
street filling project is a scheme concocted
by a gang of specuhil us, to rob the p un
man of liis property.
Mrs. McCarthy owns a large two-story
liaiiie house and a line two-story brick
house above Twelfth street. Sim has not
given the street tilling; mutter much thought
and will not say whether she is in favor or
"I'P'wl b it; but she will go with the
Mr. II. A. Ihnii'in mVt,H Unee lots and
Heveral houses on tliu street, lie believes
that to fill the streets of the- city would
benefit the city at large aud Increase the
value of his property; to the extent of his
Hharc of the coat ol the Improvement w.,
is iii iiiur oi iiimug uiu wora liegllli at
Mi. .! 'ho Koehler inns a pun shop, lie
o us i-.'veral lots and a substantial twr
M'.rv brick hmi-e near Tenth street. He
believes tll.it something ought to be
done to put life into the city and
in ake ln-r irrow larger and more prosperous1
lie will do his share cheerfully if the w uk
Mr. S. W il'ers owns eight unimproved
loth and a line two-story brick business
house, tweiitv five by one hunderd feet - all
on the avenue above Tenth street. He was
one of the iit f alvocate street raising;
and the woikrtu not be commenced to
soon I'm 1 1 i t ii . H believes that bis prop- r
ty would iccrease in value to five times the
cost of !i.e improvi'im nt.
Mr. ,1 ihn Clancy owns ti large two-story
frame Icuse at the corner of Twelfth street,
up' n which lc has but lately intnle laroe
I'Xpeii'iiain.s. lie is very strong in his v
piesinii.s of tavor for street tiilintr. lb' b is
ben here since lotl and is tired of livn-g
in n hole. He believes if the prepetty is
not .v. rt h the cost of tilling to a point above
high water and to afford draina " it
worthies. If,-wntild like to see work b-gu :i
Mr. M. 15, S i I'lb-riiwiisa two-st. ry Irniue
'oe;o-,v Ninth s'leet. He believes tl.a li"tb-
iii,' but tiding up will ever make C'. mo a
city. He is in favor of having the work
beuuti nt once and will raise ln property tu
Mr. T. J. Kerth owns a twe-tory brick
h-'iise ju.-t aiiove Eighth street. He wants
liilingbegui immediately and wmld ret Use
ti.takefor his property, in addition to its
pre-eot value, more than the cost of the
Mr. Jo! in McNulty owns a two-story
I" iik b m-e ncir S-vent'i s'.iect, and a
number of unimproved lots above Tenth
t:eit. He would like to See tiding begun
at ie. i'.'. n .t prosecuted slowly and crc
fuiiy, so that speculators may not take ad
vaet i:;e of any who may not be able to
bear the i xoense liht now. lie will stand
hi - si, are cheei fully.
Mr. H mry Winter, though not now a
prop! ity. bolder, was at . ne time one of the
heavies', i.i thecitv. He built the "Winter
block" nt the c. irner of Seventh street, at
hith or .de, t.t ac-o.-t of f 17,00(1, and would
not h ive done u.-, at all h id he ii"t believed
that the city wou'd be filled up above the
levees. At that time lie owned the piesent
"rrioune IJlock" in Ciiicigo; but he let
t!i at l'o n I i::vesed his money here. Cbi
caoo .vis lii'e i up an 1 the block owned by
Mr. Winter is n .w worth hundreds of tb,. u
s 1:1 1- ( ' ,:ro was tint filled; tbe"Wliittr
II o, k,' is --no longer the "Winter Mock,''
b;;: ."nebo iy . 1-e's Id ul-;. 5ut an impor
tant jioint in connection with the present
project to fill the city is, that Mr. Winter
lei.v r. pr. -"iits a gei'tleinan who desires to
secure the v leant lots east of Piplars'reet
opP'-site the p'-stoflicc, upon which he wiil
en-ct ;x or eight frame hollies provided
tin' -!r- -Is nte r lis'.-1 to a point above over
flow. Mr. W. F. Hus-ell owns twelve le u-"- in
did' rent pat's of the city, and as many -r
in. ire Io',. II" w el' i give half his properly
to b ivi- tin- o'h -r half nd the streets abut
ting it put above high water mark. II -woiil
I lii.e 1 1 ..it the work begin at om.e.
Mr. .1. ! i'iI'T o.vni a two-story frame be
low Ninth .-.tr"et, lb- believes tliats'rnt
filling wo i! I I .i ni ti ! the city, but hi., hou-e
stan I- nt! .i l-:is.'d lot and his lease is ne ir
iy m i oij , le'iie" In; Would not like to go
to 'he eji.-n--c ol' raising it, etc.; yet he". ill
do a- the f -t do."
Tie h.- ivi n( sti ck holders ol Ah-X'.nd-r
e .ri.ry iniik, Mr. Nell", Judge Mros--, Mr. (.'.
O. li. -, Mr. II. Weils, Mr. T. Kertti, aie
in la'.oi of i ii-ing the street in front of that
pri'p'-ui. At pies, nt the bank must rent
an i loi'i en! lot in the rear, for a cisti-rn.
Coal all I other o'lt-houscH.etc, which Colli I
then be cor.-'.iuoil in the basement.
M.i. II. McManiis owns two fine I. rick
hoii-- s at th in-T of Fourteenth stie t.
H" beli vi'. that the (list consideration of
til" cltv .-le uld be to strenothen the leveis
and t i p .y 1 O'tue present city debt, and he
would l,k .i e ;,lW ,,ts filled helore the
r -ets -in-r .i-e I. lint be will be govern
ed by whittle' majority of the property
h idols s i y about the 'iliing of the avenue
How, and ui I not hesitate to do his share
if tie- w. 1 1; i,, or lere 1 ami begun.
Mr.C. M ' i -r i 1 1 1 owns a two-story brick
hoii-e at l.'nieteentli street. He favors hav
ing woik c iii.inenee I at once, and Lclleves
his pryerty would be benefitted to the ex
tent of the i;o !. II,.. regards itiiaa big U II
deriaking that ought to be managed care
fully and in a manner that will not too seri
ously oppre.s tho.,1! who may not be able
to bear t he e pen.-e,
A I b ruian ('. (i. piitii r is one of the
1 o:;c prop rty holders on the avenue. He
owna one tl ie, -.tory and several two-story
homes at lb i co'-ner of Nineteenth Htreet.
II" will In i.'ovoMn.'d both as uldi-niriti and
V ptojiei -tv holder by the wishes of fhe
majority inline liately inteies'ed, mid would
n t i xpress bimaelf an to the probable cfleet
on In s propert;. . lie would abandon tho
present lir. t lloor of his houses and Use
I hem as b i-"iui iils for storage, etc,
Mr. E. A. I'm ler owns a lot above Eighth
Mieet and several two-stiiiy brick hoiiseH
on Washington avenii . He is in favor of
c 'ininenci'ig to llll iii if tint work will ho
carried light througu to all parts of the
city, He doi s'i'i think that tho property
w mid be bent tiled very much; he feels
8 'i-iireeuoiioh behind the levees as they are.
Mi. (i. W. (Jury owns a substantial Uo
b ry iirick hou.e at the corner of Sixth
St. lie believes that street tilling would not
le a In in ill uiii.lihe M ,.s.ds ippi livu hank
went of the i lly i.-, made (secure. He i. in
favor of liegiiiliing to fill the streets when
thio sh ill have bet n ifoiie uud Would thill
cheerfully bear bis part of the expense,
feeling hiiiu that his property would then
be worth enough im re to him to balance
Mr. C. Koch owns two new two-story
bnck houses below Sixth slreet. He is in
I. ivol' of beginning the work and believes
his pioperty would increase in value to the
extent ol the cost, but he wollid like to
si e the Work done as cheaply as possible
end as (pnckly, so as not to inteirupt busi
ness loo long, lb-would like also to see
the low lott- tilled lip.
Mi. C.orge L itm-r owns a two.stoiy brick
hoiie below Sixth si nat. lie built the
le ii--c but recently m I it is still rnciimher
id. lie would be pushed pretty hard to
make the iiiipioveii.ect, but he believes that
it 'void I lie le ni tiled and incensed ill value,
and iv i. ul I vote iu l.ivurof beginniiig the
iinpii.vei.ii nt to-day.
Mr. 1'it: si s M.a-kb r owns a two-stoiy
fiati e h .'l-e above Fourth .-licet. He w idd
like io M e the W i. k of laislllg collllliel.l ed
at onei , i ', i n tin li, ;h i' Weill. I take the hint
C' ot he had. Tun-, y Us I e Was put to
the expel n i. moviM" up and down nil ac
COS UNI " I I ON '1 llllll) l'AOK.
I IIK POSTAL LAW.
():i ntnl alt r the i;st ol Dcloler.
the l it" of I'l's' i-a "li dom..-tic mail Matter
of Ihe tirs!-cin-- will in- reduced from thnr
Cent.-to two cell's per half an i.llnce or
fracti.. n there !', a- provided by the net of
I'Mlign-ss approvi d M ili h o, 1SS;1. The tvo
and three cents .-tamps and .-.tamped enve
lopes of the ; r. nt derign will continue to
be va!,d a"er the Ut of (i tobt-r, and must
be Mcci-pied iii payment in p 'Stage whenever
otr.-led in. appropnate auiol.u:.-. The thlie
cent stamps may be used in c unbination
with other denomination.-, on letters requir
ing more than one rate of pos a" and mi
Jiarcels of third and fourth class matter.
The di-p llinieiit will be re idy to is; lie
two cent a lh--ive s! imps on Ihe loth of
September an I stamped rnvep. pi: u'i the
1st of September, in ni'.ticip itlo.i of tle-ir
Use on the 1-t of October.
Heijuisiiions for stampe-i envelopes niay
be in i ie utter the 1 -t of September, under
Under the Hew S'-'n dllle, which t.l'e etf et
the 1st of Octob-r.
The drop letter r ite of pos'ag" will re
main the same s now-- tti.at i-, two cents
per h dt'ounc" or fraction tln-ieof at free de
livery I'l'iei", .an I one cent at all other
offices ; a1 1 1 ti c1: inges are ma le in the
rates of po.-,'iioe on -.i-eond, th'rd and f-on ' h
class matter. A. I. Haen,
T.iird-A-;.. pos'ina-ter, ( ten.
Y iSrr.ltDAV'S l()Ti.b Altl:lVAI.
A. It. II -.11. St. Lou;-; !: I o')..ni." II,
same; IC. I.. Mel) liee.oli, same; ('. V. Jacob-,
s one ; A. li. Pi'.eng'i un, .-alii'. ; E 1 a .
Pi ice, same ; W. N. Harris, Jackson, Ti nn. ;
P. C illaban, Siine; f,.-oi d'usdale, jr.,
same ; Joe 1!. A at, Pa lucali ; LI T. Pin
ford, same; Win. II. NMtt and lady, Sp irta,
II'.; II. U.'ik.d.y, M. it O. !!. I! ; W. P.
Phillip-, l';ii:n Point; W. J. Turm-r, Hickman-
Vic'or P. Vi.i d" Mo!", L"iiis; ('.
(.'. P.-tell", Ni;hvi!le; J. T. C loileV, Mem-phi-;
li. V.. K'.n.', llva.,sv:l e; ('has. AH
selii:!, ( 'mcimiati ; 1!. O. II irri-on an I wife,
i)ve.i.-hoo;T.('. J in n, Si. Francis; W.
('. Hall, South liui, Ark.; A. M.
Sh "id, Ni w Madrid; W. L. Cross,
Sprliitiel.i ; S. M. Stevens, Indiana;
li. W. McCartney, Metropoli-, lib;
Lollis Partli, ( ' iie (!ir ud"aU ; ('. W. Wil
liams Carbondale; N. Ilcnliiie, Cincinnati;
('. P. Kobin.-on, Chicago; Kobt. W. Moore
and wife, Cliii'on, Ivy.; (J. W. Clayton,
L-uii.-Ville. k'y.; V. I'. Fowler, Niw Or-le-u
s; c,ris Hmckle, Jai k.-mi, Mi.-s ; Miss
Sulie Fleniuiirig, Yn.oo, City ; W. A. Unuire
and daughter, Miss; John llalliday, Mexico;
S. II. brown, JV.plp.r Blull'; Mrs. S. A.
Nichols, pin,, lilutl'; C o. T. P.liode.s, Lake
Prov, l -nee ; Percy, Warner, Cincinnati;
D. II. Aliernathy, Pittsburg, Texas; S. (i.
Dene, sune; Win. P. Kipl'-y, New Prieans;
(!. A Meyer, St. bmiis; P. Atnbel, sanie; Z.
T. Finney, same; Mis. Calhaiine Sin, I and
ehil'iri-ii, same; Win. Miesler, same; J. M.
Lock, siuiie; John Gardner, same; J. C.
Mallourc, Lv msville; John Hooker, Teiin.
N. It, Wheat, S'. Liui.-; ('has. Sloan,
same; Win. C. Wallace mid wife, same;
John W. Mi 1 1. tyre, Louisville; i -o. Ken
rich, ( 'harb'sto'i; Jerry Thomas, ('hicngo;
A. Iiorcn. Ciucinnati; (! 1!. Stevenson,
L'pper Smdii-ky, Ohio; (last Scbilldler,
Kvan-ville; W. .1. ('lend n, same; II. C.
Pennington, llinnl Uipids W. Ward, Cbi
Henry (i. Smith, Pelioit ; , .m, K Il ijes,
New Olleaie,, Samuel While. M i.,s; !, 1!.
Milium', M' ; W. II. li -eves, same; Sanniel
llrodkin, Cobleii, III.; W. Iv. liirtlesoii,
Grand Clrdn; ,M uk I), liirtlesoii, same,
David (.'ojielaii'l, Mime; Frank Flynn, Pitts
bur:j;W. Snyilei, St. L"Ui-;Pivid II. Peed,
I ; to p.)Abs'i'V)iKiixTNG Tin: li-
Piopos-ils will be received at the ollice
of II. II. Calldi e until liooil of Septellib. I'
10th, 18811, for hauling '1,(100 yards, more
or less, of cut lb upon the A. 11. Sallbrd
MiMiiori il Library lots on Wadiiii.'ton nve
mi", between lflih and l?tli Htrc-ts. Pro
posals must slate tho amount per cubic
yard and not include the cost of th" eirth.
All bids may be rejected.
Anna K. Sakkoiid.
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Msiul'mt jour PRKMISKS. a Imveu laiwc
COI'l'ElfAS, CJIL0U1DE of L1MK,
HliOMO OILLOMLUM, (JIKONDIN,
(.'AKIIOblC ACID, Etc, Etc,
Also (iKXUINE DALMATIAN
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' .' iii.u i aih i.ii!.i..-qin.ii Inn-r-
. :i r. :' jit-r lire, i-'nr inn
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Mr.slc books b iiind at .f. 00 per volume.
If A. W. Pyatt, 7? Ohio Lwee.
l i Ct' II Is
wiil buy a goo I ni..-1! cooked to order, at
lam ( ham i:: :
only a wi.vi v iov ,. i,s moiik!!!
In -vhii-li to b i, y.-ur Dry tiools, Cloth
in.', II it- lie! ('. -, Ladies .and Children's
Me- s, M--n's 11.. i,-, ()
i'Oth, this -i t Alii Cli.se. No su -li
chance w i ,-v. a . i!'-r. I m (.'airo, to leiy
gooils ul i -s t!i Mi i-'i-t all I Uilll ist yo.ir
own pi ice. .-s'.i, I, nm-i Iv eh 1 out and
ncuiy b ir . ;i- ! r'-lnain. This is no ad '
Verri-elllent lor 1'UliC illll). Tin- stock mu-t j
He -oi I,, tiie e-ia e nl in. Woll.
tiie i-la e nl Win. ,.!
' h: I l! !l . eie-, Jo "0 ., 7 oc. and
1.0';o " , 'I, o mi l !. t at T-V:.. -f 1.00 i
and i-Loo. 11-, ! ', i - e's- a- l-w. L-id ( i
H at o.-.. in .. Joe. ,.n I ;;oc; toimer'y, j
lo , L'o. ;;nt:. a., pi -. M n'.- i-irt, tl.a'.
sold II1 -fl .'ill i,.l .' oi. .,,W ,,ll iriee. j
Pili.t- to, , l.- I1 j- .i d ."ie O M..i-w j
sty I' -. L o - ,., k "' U. ci.-iif that sold foi ;
10c.. '.'ii ., io. . .:, . i y .id. now h ill'
II. I ril'lel
1 ''1' ! ' I I II "lift
st.a'kls .-(li i : .' i. i 1 l . . 0 ; I Hi .' both ai
wliob -.: .i.i I i.- i;,n,:.-, ,ve leipiirird a I
larje -tn- k. I
Many w. iit.-r 1 w; icii :uu-t be s-, I,
arid wi I -o.ei ! e i i i ie, I, are ,ow i.peii. We
Could wii'e a pap- r t n, , of ju ot.-i
th, .v.. f. .no, ; 1,1,1 t t' i hale
and o!. i'ii I, , i I ' I Im n ronoiare
them villi ;. ,'' i ,U v.. el-.ew heir.
P'T-aii in 'V -v e ' tho.,. vvle, want.
('. I. P.UIkU,
P.S. - W- -h i'l i't -r S p 1, ss;j, ,e-
dui nr st..c ; "I !; . lies, ii, order to
h ive it oo .-,' , I. I',-re ar-' ii o' mis h!-o.
i v c. o. p.
Sa Idle I! ii 1; 1 1 -;,
.t D, Hiiir: V, Ohio
Om; I'ii! ii -le i io ' .- r.-iit. Apply to
Ml-. M I! I'.le, .e ! i;,e 1, M,.: S''oe.
will leiy a oo.. l ii, a! ,-i,i,,e to order at
l)e I! inn's. tf
A Iar.;e nuai'i, i of men wanted to make
stave. i y i-mp .yn-oit iven from
now until in xt -hoi..'. Full way-s paid.
Apply to J. M, It .v. II -etif, Ark., or to
Fnrii'ial.e. ii l i., ('.no, ;is. tf
lb -t'luran; ;n I O. -t'-r 11 nise, Ohio
lle"i Si Ihlclt'T.
Jolm lleoi aal i i r- ud pilelcr hhVe
fo'ii.ela p n l'1-i -l.io ,n bll'elieniie; iind
will c inti'iMe th !.;-1 1 j s at the old stand
of John t f t 1 t . i I oiiiiiii lcial ,'lVellili!, be
tween llliii in I .'dth, Ol I ai, I lieW cllsto-niel-.il'e
ioVile.1 I" ( a I oil tlli'lll and they
will fio i a fail 'r'ni"!it ol Ihe best of
cut meat- at all times and all kinds of John
Help's celebr ited ncilve of sioisaoes iluriii
the i-e.'ison. tl
Will till V a oo id meal cooked to or ler at
D, I! inn's. tf
New blacksmith Shop.
A t.ew horse shoeino sliop I,ih been iiiel.
cd by Mr. P, powers on Tenth street. All
'jinriiier of blaek-unlliiic; and waoaiu wor k
done to order, liep oriii,.' work a specialty,
Wot k done promptly. tf
K. Kichlioir.s Furniture Rooiiim.
Doii'I buy mv k'lid "! furniture until
you have ..e.-ii ihe beautiful stock ut 101
Comnieiei il avenue iieiii' Sixth sirci'i, tip
stabs. All the lali-. t ,-t les at ('.lose pri(!es.
To nil w le mi, j II. rui;; from the errors
an I indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ni e.ai Iy decay, loss of manhood, ifcc, I
wi,l Fend h recipe that will ct"i' you, KHKK
iik iniAiion. This i;ri'at remedy was
iliseoeii'il hy a minister in South America.
Send n si 11-addrcHHi'd envelope to the Kev.
.Iom-xii T. In.man, Station D New York
i-tiicK irn N Ai'iitca salvtt
'1 he lli nt Salve n the tvorh! for Cuts,
P, uiscri, Sotes, Vic r", Salt lilieiiiu, Fever
Sun h, d'etter, Chapped HalidH, Chllbhiins,
Coin", and all Skin Krnplioim, and positively
cures Piles. It ia cuatanteed to (five per
fect satisfaction, ot money refunded. Price
Co cents pur box. For Haln by llaiclay
74 OHIO LKVd'IM
and Cor. Jitli ct Wnsli. Ave.
( 1 A I HO i)VY
(.KAMI OI'KMNi; o' AVI - KM K NT Si'ASON
two XKJuts i)M,v:
KNii A .' , V 1 . N I' iK
Uramatic & Musical Combination,
! it."' ii ' I i.i .-an ,: ie
::!. i.; i !n-
i!'l tie- fv,-r iinlar nan. -lii.li, V .
in JuN (; I N" r., (,, - ,.f
' I'illtieill.if ittteiitioii is Ciille.I to the
inayniticeiit continues worn In this
deMiif i!'odnct!on of coincdy.
iy i'V. liii:.- wi): i-,- :' n
1 5 A C I I ILO MS.
t'T-iinl ir:n-p In io! I r-! i-.e,-" -f ...-f t nt i. m ..fi t K
wiii rale. Seat - r-ii, i,, n. tj r -
J. 11 l:.i.Nd. h'i-ii,, .f VimnuiT.
W. f-'I KA (TON, ( nlro
I . Itihl'. M "fiirl.
w itor.i-isA i,p;
No. tV dlii'i I.i vet... Cairo, 111.
rA:'i)ti Anieriran I'o.on r Co.
JKW YOKK sroiih,
Wllof.KSALK A MD id-.' AlF .
Th Liriresr WvWty Slock
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(iO()l)'sou Vtar.ci, yAV,
O. O. PAT I I ' M tV ).,
( or, Nini'tmnir Urm-i I
i 'nmmiin lul Avion-
rui K!":,,rrl 'iiro, Illinois.
DRY (J0UJ)S ami NOTIONS,
il full llim or llll lliii htl"l. li'ove-t colors
Hint ipiullty, sint lies! msioifai-liirii.
i.'AUPKT DKPAItTM IdX I'.
tlortv liruss.'lH, 1 iiK-etriop. h itmni'i hl
Cloths. A At,,
doling and Gents' Furnishing
Thin i tmrtmetlt. ola iiili' n full lie ir innl
Is comiili'Ki In n 1 1 ruspi'iin. (inmls hip
Kiiamiitiinil ol latest siylu innl liet iuh
lerliil. Bottom PrlcciJ aud First-class (umilsl