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Jw Evening InHetto
THUBSOAy, APRIL 22, 186. .
PU1M.IS11KD ItT JOIIX H, OMCRLT CO.:
M. 11. ItAHKKL, AflSOCrATK XD1TOR.
YESTERDAY AT MOUND CITY.
A Perfrrt Ovllin of If osplUhly, Oel
Cheer, mid Uood Things.
Mound City, yesterday, covered Itself
with glory. Thogenuino hospitality and
earnest wolcomo extended by Itscltisens
to their guests have passed Into by-words
In tho mouths of men. Look or turn
where you would, genial smiles nnd good
cheer would greet you; Its citizens vied
with each other in rendering the visit of
their guests pleasant aud happy In every
possible way; In making it an occasion
to be long remembered by all tho par
ticipants and thegenerouadonors. How
well they succeeded In this is amply tes
tified to by every one present Ji
In uccordanco with the programme
tho Illinois Press Association, and a
number of invited guests, boarded tho
General Anderson here yesterday, at
two o'clock, and in thirty minutes after
ward, were landed at Mound City. Hero
the party were received by Uio Mound
City reception committee, beaded by
that model citizen and gentleman, Dr.
Casey, who, in a few appropriate remarks
extended on tho pari of Mound City, a
hearty welcome to Its guests. After brief
responses by Messrs Griggs and Obcrly,
tho party adjourned from tho boat to tho
city, etcortcd by tho reception commit'
Through tho kindness of Commodore
Walke, the gates of tho navy yard wcro
thrown open and every department
within it submitted to the inspection of
visitor. Theofllccrs and men, by their
courtesy and urumittlug attention to
every one alike, won tho highest praise
from all, and woll maintained tho honor
of the uniform they wear. A trip through
the monitors, was in itself, a decided
feature of tho occasion, and well worth
Where all did so well. It might be con
sidered as au invidious distinction, per
haps, to mako especial mention of a few
citizens; but every ono present will bear
witness that any account of the affair,
omitting tho Individual hospitality of
Dr. Casey and Captain Hambleton, and
their genial hostesses, would lack not
only completeness, but the essential ele
ment of simple Justice. Throwing doors
wide open, they welcomed their visitors
with a generosity that did credit even to
their big hearH. Such acts of liberality
aro not easily, nor are they soon forgot
ten. Between tho hours of six and seven
o'clock the doors of tho banquet hall
wcro thrown open, revealing a sight
that would sharpen tho appctlto of the
most fastidious epicure, filxlong tables,
arouud each of which could bu ecated
tlfty persons, were fairly groaning under
the weight of tho rich edibles and spark
ling viands which they bore, and econl
urns of highest praise were showered by
tho guest on tho head of Mr. Henry,
proprietor of the Stokes House, who, to
accomplish so much and that much so
well, must have put forth tho most ex
After proving, beyond any doubt, the
truth of Mr. Griggs' happy remark, that
editors would bo found mighty at tho
trencher as well as with tho pen, tho
chairman of tho Mound Clfy reception
committee, Dr. Casey, announced that
responses to a few regular toasts which
had been prepared, would then follow;
and suggesting brovlty, ho read the first
Our Guests Wo greet them as fitting
exponents of the intellectual status of our
Response by Mr. Griggs.
The Press Tho fulcrum on which rests
the lever of civilization.
Rcsponso by Mr. J. H. Oberly.
The Army and Navy Necessary ad
juncts of established Governments.
Response by Col. G. P. Smith.
Tho Ladles Without their presence
our festive oys aro
Rcsponso by Mrs. V. Walker.
Tho Naval Station at Mound City An
evidence, and a recognition of tho growth
of tho West.
Response by Com. Walke.
Tho State of Illinois.
Rcsponso by Dr. Roe, of Bloomlngton.
Our Country, its Institutions and Mag
istracy. Response by W. H. Green.
Faust, Guttcnbcrg, and Schwffer, tho
authors of the Art Preservative
Response by V. W Sellers.
Our Cairo Guosts, linked with us; pros
perity attends them.
Response by D. T. Linogar.
Illinois Central R. R. (
Rcsponso by J as. SchoafT, of Decatur.
The Amorlcan Flag May it novor
wave over tho head of a tyrant.
Rcsponso by C. H. Foote.
Too following volunteer toast was re
sponded to by Mayor Casey r
Mound City The home of our benofl
cent hosts may business increase In her
borders until busy wharves shall exteud
down the glorious Ohio until tbey meet
those of her sister city of Cairo, and thus,
linked band In hand, form one of the
grand business centers of tuo continent.
The banquet over, the party repaired
to tho General Anderson, and returned
to Cairo abqut ten o'clock; everyone ex
pressing the most unbqunded gratifica
tion over tho whole affair.
Tho Impossibility of procuring suffl.
clent force, and the press of other impor
tant matter, prevent us from publishing
the responses to-day.
A supply of St. Louis lager beer just
rioelved at Louis Herbert's 85 Ohio
ILLINOIS PRESS ASSOCIATION.
Meeth lt'M"AteiMttl! this A. M.
prt ef tkeFMe&Miivi.
Thursday, April B, 1M,
Association called to order at 9 A.m., by
tho President ' Prayer' byk Bar. O. H.
Foote(l of Cairo, " . ,i
Roll called by Secretary. Reading of
Committee on nominations made
the following report:
Your committee to whom was referred
the subJ6ct of Beleqtlng the officers of
the Illinois Press Association for tho cur
rent year, beg leave to present the fol
E. W. Griggs, 'Rockford 'Register:'
A W. Edwards, CarIlnvni6 Demo
crat;' John R. Robinson, 'ChlcagbWail
road Guide'; J. II. Obcrly, 'Cairo Bui
letln.' KKCpJUHNO FKCKKTAH.V,
.1. R. Mosser, 'Decatur Republican.'
ASSISTANT RECORDING BKCKETAKY,
Dr. L. S. Allard, 'Cass County Courier.'
I COUUESrONDINO BKCKETAltY,
Cy. D. Fletcher, 'CentrallaSentlnel.'
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, r ,
Dr. C. If. Ray, 'Chicago Post;' Wl R.
Steclo, Wilmington Independent; J.
W. Bailey, 'Bureau County Republican.'
E. W. Talbott, 'Bellvidcre Northwestern.
All of which is respectfully summllted.
John W. baii.y, cnairman.
In addition to the foregoing, your
committee would respectfully suggest
tho appointment of the following:
COMMITTEE ON ADVEKTI8KK8 AND AD
VEKTISINO, .Tames ShoafT, 'Decatur Magnet;' T. E.
Woods, 'Mattoon Journal;' J. M.Adair,
'Carroll County Gazctto:' A. W. KcllOKK.
'Pontlac Free Press;' T. E. Bouton,
J.'D. Boardman, 'Dixon Telegraph;'
1. L. a l co ette. 'Canton iletrlaier:' J. it.
Bailey, 'Jacksonville Sent.nel;' C. L.
Hays, Mt. Vernon Free Press;' J. 8.
jjcuiclianu, 'uaicsuurg rree rress
Report received. On motion, Mr.
Waters was instructed to cast the ballot
of the Association for the officers nomi
nated by the committee
A. W. Edwards moved tho adoption
of that portion of the report relating to
committee on advertising agents.
C. L. Bangs moved the adoption of that
portion of the report relating to com
mittee on Job printing.
After discussion of tho motion by
J. W. Bailey, Wm. Parkor, J.R. Bailey,
A. W. Edwards, Charles Holt, W. W.
Sellers, and others; tho motion was
On motion of Mr. Adair the commit
tee on, resolutions were Instructed to
report an amendment to thoconstitutlon
In reference to honorary membors.
Resolutions wcro offered as follows,
and r of erred to committee on resolutions :
By Mr. Blrdsall, in reference to swin
dling advertising agcuts.
By Mr. Norton, In reference to tho
subject of traveling agents.
By Mr. Bouton, in reference to ap
pointing surgeon to excursion party.
Tho following communication, from
Mrs. Bradwcll, was ordered spread upon
Mr. Chairman and Brothers of the Illinois 1';mi Asso
ciations Please accept our warmest thanks for
the privilege so kindly extended, by in
viting us to a seat upon this floor, to take
part In your deliberations.
The hand thus kindly extended to vs.
we take with a right sisterly grasp, and
from tho promptings of our hearts, bid
you God speed.
We come to you with no clamor for
"Our Rights," nor to give you the chill
ing epithetof "tyrant."
We come earnestly believing that in
according to us these privileges, you
make us so less tho affectionate wives
and tender mothers.
And oven though in the not "far off fu
ture," you may think well to give us the
ballot, please remember that no law upon
tho statute book can affect that higher
law tho law of love.
We come, earnestly asking that the
different avenues of labor may be opened
up to oursex,and that thesister whostands
side by side with the brother and accom
plishes tho same amount of labor, may
receive the same compensation.
But we must not trespass upon your
time; therefore allow us to say
Tho' scrlbbllm; on n page, ilcar friend,
1 little work. Inileni, ,
We'd scribble them by score for you,
If there was Miy nr.
Rut thought that will b read and prized
From tno noulV depth to bring,
And pen them on K, my friends,
li quite another thing.
Wo would, dear friend, that we for thee could
delve th mine of thought,
Ami from It richest quarries bring rare gems
though all unwrought
Rut, alas I tha Hitter's place Is ours.
Tho story thus to tell,
For fear wo might unsex ourselves,
To (peak tho thing wo fuel so well.
Therefore I beg you to excuse
The faltering accents of the muse.
Ana it you aro not pieaseu witn tins
l'Uae attribute it to Sorry-sisl
C. L. Bangs, of business committee,
made the following report of subjects
proper for discussion :
I. Press Associations. Their purposes
II. The editorial management of the
How ntuch attention can the editor
find it profitable to devote to subjects of
a general or natloaal character? -
Ready printed "insldea."
Do editors of local papers, as a general
thing, give sufficient attention to the
careful gathering up and arrangement of
local ornome news.
III. The mechanical department of
the local paper.
Does It always pay to have the
mechanical work of the local paper, In
cluding general Job printing, done In first
..What la necessary to seeura fine e
chanlcal .execution, particularly io'small
offices where the faoilitieajtre limited;.
Is the employment of women as com
Mltors Judicious, and shall young girls
feiTCouraged'to educalenfiemselves 'as"
comrqi,,n,lfjapqfi as editors
for the local press?
IV. Cheating the Printer.
What antlnn shall this Association
take in regard to the reliability of adver
tising agents, transient, customers, and
an oiner persons wno are sometimes uin-
pose. I to cheat the printer.
. . i CHA87 LUBstoWK
Hiram R Enoch,
t , ALFKKI h.$ B, WELL.
Report received and committee dis
charged. On motion of J. M. Adair, tho report
was laid on tho table.
Col. G. H Harlow, from committee on
obituaries, made the following report:
Your Commltteoou Obituaries would
respectfully reportthat after delayed ln
nnlrv wnhavn tho nlcasuro of Informlnir
the Association that, nq , member of It has
departed tnw lire since mu msi session,
but we regret to reportthat tho fraternity
has lost ono of Its members by the death
of Joseph L. Braden, editor of tho Jollet
Republican. , . ,
Mr. Braden was not a member of Jhls
(.nnooolntlnll. but WUS of the Con
vention organized at' Peoria. In view of
tln Iohm to tho frate'riilty we woultl re
HtieotfuW feerfrrimerid tho adoption of
the following resolution :
llnlv,tl. That In tho death of Joseph
L. Braden. tho Press of Illinois has lost
n. faithful unci true exponent, the State
nn Active nnd honorable citizen, and his
ncntonal friends, ono devoted to their
ltitinHtM nnd welfare.
Resolvud, Th'at a copy of this report bo
spread upon the records oi mis Associa
tion, and a copy be sent to his family.
All of which IS respectfully submitted.
W. W. Seller,
Geo. H. Harlow.
Report received and adopted.
Mr. Kellogg, from commltteo on reso
lutions made the following report:
Resolved, That the president appoint a
committee consisung oi one irum euu i
nl ili.Ktrlct. whose duty It shall
be tn confer with the members of the
constitutional convention, to bu held in
December, ad endeavor to secure tho
inanrtlnn nffl clause ill tlrC 11GW COtlStl'
tution authorizing tho publication of tho
ntihlm liiws In tho newspapers of tho
state, and a clause more correctly defln-
ingwhat libel shall consist or.
Knanivi.it. Tlmt the Assoclatlon'repos
(I mnfirinnco in tlio ability and
mnnv vlrttips of Mr. R. E. Goddell. of
Springfield, hereby elect him an honor
ary member of the IlllnolsPress AssocI
Upho1vi1. That the thanks of this con
vention be anil aro hereby tendered to
Hon. D. J. Ward, for his effort to carry
out the wishes or this association with
roference to the law of libel, brought bo-
fore the.leglslutlve committee, or which
he was ciiairman, ana inn ne is m-ruuy
elected an honorary member of this as-
RcBolved.That (lie President and Secre
tary or this Ascociatlon oo mrecieti w
pniian n Blilonililll V ftlPTO-9od COPV of tllO
resolution offered by Mr. Edwards uud of
Mr. Harlow as amended, to bo forwarded
respectively to Messrs. Ward anu uoou-
Tlamnlvorf. that thf thnnksof this ASSO
o.tntlnn nnti of ovorv citizen of Illinois,
A,,n i, ih Hnn.K H. Talbott of tha
Belvldre Northwestern, and Member of
his servlcc.i as chairman of tho Houso
tno staifi uenerai ostein uiv iui
committee on printing. In exposing and
breaking up tho swindling rings connec
ted with tho paper and binding con
tracts for tho State, thus saving thous
ands of dollars to the treasury; and also
for his success in carrying through his
committee a bill authorizing tho print
ing of the public laws In tho newspapers
of tho State.
Messrs. W. W. Thornton and Johnson
extended an Invitation to tho members
of tho association to visit them at their
residences this evonlng, between four
and seven o'clock. Invitation accepted.
Adjourned to two P. M.
L.S. AM.AKD, HeLi
)lr Cttf vrwrtj Trustee.
As this is a designation that a largo
number of our visitors hear used fre
quently In connection with the city of
Cairo, It may be well to explain ltd
The effort to build a city here in the
years 1638-40 resulting In failuro, tho
property was left, heavily encumbered,
In the bauds of several owners. These
owners, In order to pay off these encum
brances and realize from the property,
couveyed tho property to two persons
whom they designated "Property Trus
tees," retaluing for themselves a benefi
cial Interest equal to tho estimated value
of the property conveyed by them, the
Interest being represented by certificates
of stock. Tho trustees wero authorized
to relieve the city Blto of Its incum
brances, to luy It off into town lots, and
to sell the same and to d In general
suoh other things as tho former owners
mint, lo-vivaming in eoutli America a a
onary, discovered n safe and situnlo remedy for
Ure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, I)Ueae
urinary and Seminal Organi, and tho w holo train
orders brought on by baneful and vicious habits.
numbers have Uencured by tills noblo remedy,
ptedhy it deslrti to benefit tho nlllicted and un-
ate, I will send the recipe for nrenarlnc and
this medicine, in a sealed envelop, to any one
leftist, rasa or ciuaur.
JOSEPH T. INMAN.
Station D. lllblo Houko,
New York City.
feoially designed for tho me of the Medical Pro-
inai properties wiilcli belong to nu old anil I'ure
spenBaWotoycmalcs. flool for Kidney Com.
i. A delicious Tonlo, rut tin lit case, contain
o'dozon botllen each, oud sold by nil ilrtiKgists,
Heaver street, New York. " marJOdly
A. uinuiKir a uu., usiuiiisilOu 1778.
I t Ui office of Hie Cairo UuiUtlu,
LIST OP MEMBERS
. or th -
ILLINOIS PRESS ASSOCIATION,
Its Mtendnnee t the ririb Annl MwUuk
nin mt vim, April sij
Yi. H. Orlggs, ltockford Register. tk
,T. B. Josser, l)i:cattr Republican, M
James Bhouffj Decatur Magnet. k
Thoiriiu BJ8h6tir, "
K. II. Tnlbott, Bclvldere Northwestern.
John "W. ISolley. Princeton Republican.
,C. L. .SmltbrPrin' tou,Pstrlot.f
'G. P.1 h'lnltfii JaKson vAle JburnslT '
J. R. Bnilay, Jnuksonvlllo Sentinel.
K. Ii. Baker, Springfield Journal. ,
K. L. ilerritt, Springfield Register. '
George Judd, Springfield Register.
GcorKo H. Ilurlow, Clilcngo Trlbuoe.
Dr. O.n.Ray, Chicago Poif "f !
C. L. Bangs Aurora Herald.
Orln Waters, Bloomlngton, Loader. ,.
John H. Oberly, Cairo Evening Bulletin.
Dr. . R. Roe, Bloomlngton iPantagraph.
8. 9. Purkc, Bloomlngton Democrat. 7
T. K. Woods, Mnttooa Jou"na'l.,,"
0. B. Bostwick. Mnttoon, OawstU .
Wm. Parker, Wonona Indox.
W. . Bollvln, Springttcld Journal.
F. K. Wiilttcmore, Chicago Ee. Journal.
H. R. Hobmt, Chicago Evefling Post.
AVnltor AVnrdor, Vienna Artery. .r
John B. Miller, Cnrbundale Kra.
C. II. itclicll, Monmouth .Courier,
1). M. Reed, Now Covenant, Chicugo.
J. R. -Marshall, Kendall Co: Rdcdrd.
Thos. S. McClelland, Am. Builder 6s Jour.
J. Norman Grldlcy, VirgiuiajTlmes.
Dr. II. P. Morrlmun, Meulcal Examiner.
Wm. II. Stlcknoy, Ills. Advortlier, Chicago
II. (Jhapin, Jacksonville journal.
8. A. Dacui, Central Baptist.
Geo. Scroggi, Champaign Gazcttcj
P. Y. Hctlley, Bunkor Ilill Gaaotte.
Jones Buttle, Taylorsvillo Democrat.
Geo. G. Lyon, Sabbath School Teacher.
II. It. Enoch, Wlnnebiigo Co. Chief.
A. S. LIndicy, Tuscola Journal.
T. M. Rogers, Qulney Journal.
T. P. Mitchell, Bloomlngton Lcatlor.
Clinrlcit Holt, Knnkakco Gnr.otUi.
R. P. FindloT, Charleston PJaindealcr.
Wm. Vale, Bloomlngton Republican.
Dr. M. Dunn, Bloomlngton PanlAgrnph.
AV. W. Peddecord, Decatur Republican.
M. P. Kanan, Decatur Advertiser.
J. M. Irwin, Decntur Gazette.
W. R. Steele, Wilmington Independent
S. P. Roundi, Printers Cabinet, Chicago,
Geo. AV. Taylor, " " "
John AV. Wall Salem Republican.
C. D. Fletcher, Ccntralia Sentinel.
J. C. Cooper, ' .
I. D. Winship, Galciburg Time.
William T. Giles, Prccport Bulletin.
M. B. Friend, Petersburg Democrat.
C. G. Root, Chicago Times.
L. L. Allard, Virginia Courior.
J. 31. AVollin, Preoport Independent
0. II. AVhitakcr, Macomb Eagle. '
George Burt, Jr., Henry Republican.
II. C. Bradsby, Effingham Democrat.
A. Hngcinan, Bushncll Record.
A. AV. Edwardi, Carlinvllle Democrat.
J. A. J. Blrdsall, " Timet.
A. L.Sewall, LHtlo Corporal.
John Murder, Chicago Specimcu.
Thot. M. Nicliol, Randolph Co. Plalndcaler
A. 0. UurdwclJ, Dixon llerald.
Mm. M. L. AValker, Cblcngo Agitator. -
Mrs. Mvra Bradwcll, Chicago Legal Newa
C. V. ifily, American Entomologist.
H. L. Nicollet, Canton Rtghter.
L. D. Morse, Journal of Agriculture, St.
M. Savage, AVhitcsIdo Co. Sentinel.
A. AV. Kellogg, Tontine Frco Press.
AV. AV. Sollurs, Taruwoll Co. Republican.
Geo. S. Smith,' ' Register.
B. AVinten, Tnylorsvlllc Press.
R. II. Ruggles. Mvndota Bulletin.
Juuici P. iiuoli, McndoU Chronicle.
J. A. AVhitlotk, Wheaton Illlnolsan. .
Miss Mary E. .Mustfeldt, Rural Messenger,
CllicUL'O. . .
II. L. Boles, Sycamore Republican. '
L. A". Taft, Salem Advocate
Rodnoy AVclch, Prairie Farmer.
J. AV. Clinton, Ogle Co. Press."
D. B. Dyer, Joliet, Republican.
U.S. Hood, LItcbfleld Monitor.
S. J. Bradbury, AVaukcgan Patriot.
N. E. Stovcns, Paxton Record.
J. D. Boardman, Dixon Telegraph.
II. II. Hoagland, Petersburg Democrat.
A. J. Alden, Du Quoin Tribune;
Reuben Ilcnoy, " "
N. AV. Edwards, Springfield Journal.
J. M. Adair, Carroll County Gazette.
II. D. Emery, Prairie Farmer, Chicago.
I. II. Mack, AVbitesido Chronicle.
T. P. Bouton. Jonesboro Gazette.
C. M. AVortbington, Sterling Guzette.
J. II. Furman, Sandwich Gazette.
C. AV. Murtfoldt, Rural AVorld.
J. 0. Stoughton, Temperanco Advocate.
Charles RUIgoly, Sprfugfleld Register,
J. T. Smith, "
B. P. Shaw, Ise County Journal..
P. II. Bailhache, Qulncy AVhig.
Paul Sclby, " "
R. Roberts, Belvldcorc Standard.
II. G. Reynolds, Masonic Trowel.
J. R. Robinson Railway Times.
J. S. McClelland, Galeaburg Press.
R. S. Brown, Jollot Signal.
AV. B. Kcrnoy, Chicago Journal.
Rov. Dr. Pierce, Chaplain to party.
G. B. Richardson, AVoodstock Sentinel.
John S. Harper, Journal. Homer.
Joel G. Morgan, S. 111., Teacher, Cairo.
T. J. Prlckctt, AVhig, Qulncy.
II. B. Horton, Emlngbatn Republican.
Sapn, Herald, Peru.
0. A. Roberts, Democrat, Peoria.
C. M. AVbituoy.
J. C. Kingsbury, Commercial, Danville.
G. II. Jenkins. Journal Minonk.
AV. F. Schuckors, Murphysboro Argus.
II. 0. AVatson, Eve. Post, Chicago.
AV. T. Norton. Telegraph, Alton.
J. Stout, Sentinel, Pontlac, 111.
M.Savago, Sentinel, Morrison,
About eight o'clock Inst night ono of
tho drunkest npcclmen of humanity
that over "turned up" in Cairo, was
found tightly wedged, where he had
fallon from the, AVashlmston avenue side
walk, In a deop narrow gully that had
been washed Into tho street fill. AVltU
difficulty he was extricated, when as
suming an air of sobriety, at onoe laugh
able and ludicrous, he proudly Informed
the bystanders that he was a representa
tive of the Memphis, press aud was en
titled to the hospitality of the city. The
sj fACt that he had only ono flask of whisky,
one pistol and no bullet holes through
his hat, marked him as an impostor,
The imposition was apparent. A Mem
phis editor never permits himself to get
so nearly out of whisky.
The appearance of, the 'Bulletin' this
evening, au hour or two later than ush
jp lal, is occasioned by aa unusual demand
qJ upon our columns. The prevailing
H I scarcity of idle prUteM Naiiartxi It oat
of our power to respond to tkat demand
ajand publish the rer at.the usual hour.
Hew sflllmcry Uootla, nt 5fra. J, Chsm-
At the mllllucfy store of Mrs. J. Cnm-
mlngs, oti Eight stro'et, between W;h-
Ingtonaud Commercial, avenues, there
will be, ou Thursday, Friday and Satur
day next, a gauud opening of fine,
fMblouableand Judiciously selected stock
ef rape Neapolitan, illusion and. other
tyleSjpf bonnets, hats of every, make
and grade, straw goods, a lurgo anUVory
attractive supply of, artlflclui llowors,
straw gb'oifs, rllibons, ornaments, very
elegant. -and iu great variety; infants'
hats, chaito and beautiful; untritnmed
bonnets and hats and bonnet frames;
boys hats, and tho countless other arti
cles thnt nro legltlmato in a first chvts
fashlonablo millinery catabllshmnnt.
Welooked through Mrs. C.'s lato pur
chases, aud inunt commend hurtayto and
judgment Shu lias some of tho richest '
and mostuttrucilvo goods we over caw In
Cairo, and offers them at extremely low
prices. Remember Thursday, Fiitmy nnd
Saturday, and bo auro to cull ou her.
Go and look at Cunningham's tnnm
moth stock of spring and summed dry
Qo nnd exutninu Cunningham's beau
tiful assortment of dresH goods, fr-iti
from tho importers. U
Qo to C'unnifiglinm'H for your white
goods, linens, etc. 21
Oo to Cunningham's for fancy goodM
and notions, fans, parasols. 2t
Five hundred pairs now kid glovca,
Just received, at Cunningham's. 2t
Thero was loud and unusuully persistant
ringing of tho church bulls last night.
"Bllfklnn'' ussurfd us, however, that 11
had no connection with tho presenco of
tho editorial fraternity in the city, and
wo "wrlngcd hl linncst hand" grate
fully. AVo wen apprehensive that It
Spalding's Jntnmnns! Hair restorer is
precisely what it professes to be, a hair kks
TOHATiVE. It is tho surest and 8iift-st pre
paration of tlm ago. For supplies, wholesale
or retail, applv at P. G. Schuh'a drug store.
"rs Barrett's ngonts,
The Sunflower Hllliard Saloon, on Ohio
Levee, Is furnished with the lntoat styles
of tables, and tho bar supplied with tho
most excellent liquors. Freo lunch Is
spread everyday at Pa. m. and 10 p. m.
Try Spalding's Jatnmansl Hair rostorer. It
is undoubtedly tho best hair preparation over
introduced to thn nnblic. lor sale, whoja
salo or retail, at P. G. f-'-Vs. 3tov3w
Ten head of lino milch cows with
calves, for sale. Call at tho corner of
Tenth street and Commercial avenue.
2t. John Bmitii.
Tlicro Is a gent'.winan In tlio city who
gives us his word and honor that ho is ac.
quanted with a cl'fzcn of Chicago, who
was married lu'iiu weeks ngo and is still
living with his wlfol
The domestic felicity of tills citizen
must bo very generally envied thero.
The exclusion of a few ndvertlscmciUH
from this uuuibur of tho 'Bulletin' is un
avoidable. Our patrons will please ap
preciate tho occasion. They will then,
wo are sure, tlio more readily bear with
Tho Now vork 'Independent' confesses
that tho Radical party la going to pieces.
Tho editor Httvs it lacks a "moral pur
pose." It certainly docs'nt luck an
Price's cream baking powders for salo
at . D. AVilllamsous. They nay for
themselves in tho saving of shortening,
milk, eggs, spoiled bread, nnd tho
trouble nud oxponso of procuring good
yeast Try them. nnUOdSw
John Hamilton, agent for those cele
brated Kentucky woolen goods, nas cms
day rocelved from tho mills at Owons
boro, n fresh supply of goods, consisting
Jeans aud satluots, sultablo for tho spring
trade. Thoyaro tho best goods In tho
markot, and ho proposes to sell them low.
Call and seo him at 101 Commercial ave
As these good will bo sold by tho
piece at very low rates, merchant tailors
might find it to their Intercut to buy.
I am now engaged, somewhat exten
sively, In tho manufacture of cigars, hav
ing four ilrst-olass workmen employed,
and am prepared to furnhli tho trado with
the best cigars itf market at prices that
will dofy competition.
The attention of rotall dealers la partic
ularly iuvted, fully persuaded, as I am,
that it will prnvo largefy to their advan
tage to procure their supplies ut my estab
lishment. No. ICi!, Commercial avenue.
apUOGt P. Ba.ui
Landroth's Fresh and Reliable Garden
Soods nt P. G. Schuh's drug storo. n312 wd
Gentlemen desiring first class day
board can bo accommodated at AValkor
& Blseon's, Egyptian Block, Ohio Lovco,
at $25 per mouth. apl5-lw
Oillee of tlio Cairo and fit. I.ml ltailroail Co., 1
Cniro, IlllnoN, April 19, 1W. J
Notice Is hereby given that a meet
ing of the Directors of this Com
pany will be held at the Southern Hotel,
In the city of St. Louis, Mo., on Wedes
day,28tit Inst, t 10 o'clock, a. m.
y. staats Taylor, President.
Far tuvkU v
Tho upper floor of the bulldiBg adjoln
iag the store or B. Bmytb 4 Co. The
treat room, admirably calculated for an
oltee, will be rented by itself, or the
whel stoar together. Apply to
apUW Wirra Co.
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