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TI'K DAILY "'AII!0 lU'LIKTIN; SfXDAY MQlIXlXfi, MAY in, is:s
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K. .SMITH. JIU M. 1).
Oltlce iiiul Residence
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Otllr.' Mini H.-si'li iirc:
"l i"i'K-N. W. -nr. Sltlt near Ohio l.i-vi'".
l!j-.i:)KN('K- Curlier W'uli. ill ami Ninth in-i'i
It. K. W. WlUTUtCK.
t'w. i:- Vn. t V. Ciimiii Ti lal Avi'imi'. between
.i;!l!l ill.. Mlllll Street.
U. W. C. JOCI-I.YN.
Kl.-htli Street, iK-ir ('iiaiiin'ivlnl Av.-nin-
: I'. WHKELKl!,
A 1 1 o 1- i iey-i 1 1- La w.
oiTirK-dlito Lew. In t. F.'iirKi mill Sith ms.
INMHAI. & I.ANSDJ-N,
A t tori u ys-n t- Law.
i"l'I i 'K- So. 11" Ci):r.niTi inl Avenue.
THE DAILY liULLETTX.
Only Moriiiny: Daily in Soutlirrn Illinois.
'FKK IAL I'AI'KK Or' TIIK ( 1TV A!t Citi'NTY.
See rciiort of Mlcwild i'.,",:N(in
There will !. the uual services .".t the
'lllll-' ll of the HeilccmiT to.tl.'.y.
Ml", Ireorifi' (iollio, of Villa lii'lire, lias
.nil' thanks fur a In ix f the largest and
s(, .,(,--! strawlfcriics we l-Vi r a?'-.
It r.l!l safely lie ;.i 1
crop i if Southern Jlih'is ti.i sea-n:; will
surpass that (if any previous years.
-Mi. A. II. li viii, w!.o has hem i t
4 'In-.-t. -r.t' r four or five days pi,.t, will re
inain then- fur tvoor tlii'e weeks.
The ladies ;i;id j -liticUlen of tic ( If,
should he on the lookout for hills lllinounc-
inir a !", t'.'.iv on" ev niir,' this week 1 v a
Mr. Thomas IVckwitli. of Wo'.f I. 'and.
almllt twenty-five llliles heinw here. Was iu
town ye.terday to seeiiv hands to liarvut.
live hnr.iired acres of wheat.
It is not a nicmhcr of thf Woinaii's
4'hih and I.ihrary Association, Imt another
v.mian, who wid lecture one nilit this
week i i.i an iiiterestiiiLf siihji'ct.
('apt. llayde says that het'vcen this
jioint and the 'ahali river, on the line of
llif Cairo and Mncmnes road, it is one con
tinuous, lilllirokell wheat field.
Fred. Ih.tl'hei:!, an o'd citizen of
Cairo, latterly cimayed ill lilNiin s-at Wash-iuyti-n.
lias returned to Ids old honi" anl
will a-;:.,! enihark in laisiness anions us.
Av.ir Alden i-a? unit done with the
:iv.;;: ".it of Jiel'sona! tax ill the city. Tile
Duiii'iT ( tiix-i:iycrs. !n' says, is incrensi'd
't"jv.--:i .-.ni- hundred and c:ie hun.lred and
Tu T.!y-!ive Imxes of silver pieces.
s"iO,ili)', vii'i thl'ollifii the otliei. i.f the
..pi' coinpany ye.-evlay, fiom the 1'nitcd
tat"s mint at C;tron. NYv., r.-miy 1 to
the l'i:i!ed States a-is!a".t treasurer at New
Orleans. The weight was :!,'."ii puiunls.
All unit.' in awarding to Jude (ireen
the lion's .-hare the ooii work aecoui
jilidied at Ceutralia. lly hard work, dis
cretion :uid sagacity, he made the influence
of Ah ..nder county I'e.t uion every inea
sui f impiirtance liroie.dit In -fore the con
We Were shown Veterday some siicci
iiiens i if ripe wheat, ready for liarvesiin,
taken from the fields of ('(,. Win. ,.
Keiser, ieiiosite Cairo, in Mississippi countv.
Mil. The specimens form a he Pitiful sample
f the "Velvet Chatf" variety. The urains
are .-.II plump and p-rlVct.
Duriu;.' the wiiid hist ni-ht th trans
(lalelicy in front of the WaVerly house took
lire and was con-uined. As it Was larye
and hu::-' directly under th hi'ei.ny of the
siicon'ls;.iiT. the prosp.rt f,,r ;l innij.,.,.
tion was vry e-ood for a short time. Fortu
liMV'iy I'm re was )., dam-j. fjn-ti,,.,. t!ia!i
the .iss f th
i 1 1 m . i ..... i
lohn M. N
. ill" yrcat te'iioeniiu'e
m'lhe I !,y t(. (;,,,.,, II
( Pill ' !) t-11. lay n:;rit I;,,;, ,. ,
thisclty V.ith his ,i (,,-t i thai u
went to 'laiieraiice m j, t,,k
iront ', i.n' he w,.s n '.'ie. ;ed. H
lint as. I to s-iy Wnnl. Why ,
lifethii i! in Mupera'ie" witj, s,,
' W is
-- Mr. Win. lip ss, ,,f (...
1. A I k .. Who
ha- I ,i viiti:iy h;s
le r. Ju.hi.. !p.sS
' days, leaves f,,r
for ih" pa1 two or three
Jhirop,. .,n Tii"sday, v.lii
lilaKe a -!ay ot live Inemhs, J,. e,s
I . , a. .. a i . .
" " " ci m-u soi,; r-'latives,
and. eft-;- niakiii'. a short May, will pureed
'III hi- j' .iiney.
- liy was it thai the t 'luiieranee evanu'i'-li-t
fiom I'l.d.Uiall. tl.rotlyh Whose ci.
I""" " thousands of hranils have hern
ilu ki d from tli-liurnini:. was i n irc 1 v
th C. T. U.V.: Ilewa,,,!-. hand. and. M'
riiiied a front -eat, with his yrip-s'ick vjM,
.1t llii side. Ills presi'iiee s ami 'd to eseapi-th''.lH.-nalion
of the lynv-eyed nllicials.
II'' was not even ulludeil to, Why was itf
Mr. I'hil V, Fields, uf (ioh-ond,,, u,
has hen in the city for the past few days,
will shortly start u Ilemmratic piiper in
I'npc county. The want of sik-Ii it paper
!. in lorn: in c:i t -it tn that i -n i 1 1 1 l r ion
of l!a iicalisin, mid Mr.F. will have u chanci
of coiitrihutinn' to the cause of humanity hy
nssistinj.rin dispelling thecloudsnf iunoraiKe
that envelop what Wi uhl. under leino
cratic rule, lieconie i ii i) of tin? Iicst t'otiiitics
in Soiilhern Illinois. After the IVinocrntic
jwipcr will evilly schools, mid railr'i.d and
teh'u'i-aph lines w ill also follow in iN wake.
The south-liouinl train cartyinv, tin
deleeates frmn Ccntralia, Friday lm-ruiny;.
ir t as far ns In inuton, when it was discoi
ered that Conductor llrcwstcr was left he
hind. It was slowly hacked to (Vntralia
where the missing conductor was found.
It xeenis that u (Vntralia ltadical, wlio was
in a sttit of liewilderinent produced hy the
presence ot so mucli rcspcctainlitv in in
town, yave the sttn tiny siunal, jutned the
train and r!"d to the woods. lilaine can
hardly lie attached to the poor num. The
otilv wonder is that more of thein did not
1 vse 'U 'irfeelile wits, under the (irciinistan-
At the ineetii)''; of the Keform Cluh
Ki it lay niejit this resolution was adopt,
Itesolved, That the thanks of this cluh he
tendered ("apt. lioswi'll Miller, nuperin
tendent of the Cairo and Vinceiuics Hail-
mad, for (ourtesics extended to is incn.-
hers and friends on the recnt excursion to
Jleii Fern: and that the .secretary he re
quested to forward him a copy of this
resolution signed hy the president." Also
i resolution tendering the thanks, of the
luh to Messts. W. M. Williams. John P.
Ilelv. Geo. K. (dinsted. .las. F. Miller. ('.
Woodward and Thomas W. Ilalliday
or their eiforts toward niakiu'.' the excur-
ion a si'.eeess.
Sheriff Saup informs u that taxes are
".111"' pal. I unite lreelw l ot. . . 1 avlor
ll vest 'iday paid the taxes for 1 TT. ( X
eptinv; railroad, of coirs.', on all the pro-
tertv which he fpre.-tits. On to-morrow
the (sheriff ajiplies :',r ju. lenient auaiiist
lelilKplcntS lief. .re .Illdu'e VlK'UUl (!' tile
'ollilty Court. Worn the Oojcctions to the
aih'oad taxes will he heard. Mr. S:it:p has
aid over, so tar. on account of taxes for
ill, to the r per ollh ers as follows, viz :
State tax, ...U'': s. hool tax (in i-ity;
.MMMi; city tax, i Viou ami county tax.
f"iXill. He also inform. us that lie thinks
eop!e are payi'ir more freely than last
V"ar. ami tiiat the taxes will oe na re c.o..e-
Mr. Hick has our sympathy, and is en
titled to it. 1 if k lli f i.Ki'tN a short tune
inee Hlinoiinivd that h" had. while work-
l.l'f at the I ox lactorv. liearlV suMaineil the
iss of an eye hy a flying 'iver. lh had
not fully recovered from the effects ot' this
l.ef'ore he resinned lahor, nndiow he mourns
til" loss of a linu'er. It was saw ed oil'. Thete
s'cms to ! a fatality : ttfin I inir Mr. ll:ck.
A short time previous to the accident to his
eye, he was crippled hy a fa!li!uzin;. If he
had invested in an incident policy a year
ae( he would to-day he roi'ine; 1, wealth.
He still has a chalice o make hay while
the sun shie.i s. He should emhiaee it en
it is too late. If his present luck continue
there will not he enough of him left to
tack an insurance ticket to.
We take unwonted sati-t'aetii.n in re
cording one of the most extraordinary oc
currences of the time. It is where a lUwtlier-iu-law
looms up as a .source ol'plcasure and
profit. The fact of the mother-in law in
!lis case licinjr colored should Hot he al
lowed to detract anything from the rarity
and ioiy of the circumstance. Isaac Fill
more, his nu'ther-in-law, and wife together
were pronienadiny down Commercial aw
nue yesterday af'lerm.on. Isaac met Int
liut:( r. and Lou, it seems, had had a pre
viou.s (Uarrel with him. She renewed it
then and there. Isaac had measured his
leiivjth on the sidewalk In-fur:' he wa 'aware
of it, and would, hy this time, have heen l,a
dein'd moist hocly" if it had not h an for the
interference of th" m.d.-l. The patties
were arrest'-d, and the mother of the joy of
his lite ao-ain came to th" rescue hy supply
ing the wealth necessary to :i iddate the
tine. No eiilooy of ours can Tin this nohie
( tin; of Cairo's most hcautil'ul and ac
complished ynitw men had the provokiny
inlsfortune to arrive on the levee aM eveii
iny just a.s the Idlewild was swinyiny; in
mid-stream, with its precious cure'ii, on its
Way down. He presented a pitialile spec
tacle, dott -n up n-eardlcss of expense for
the occasion appareled in the c(pii.ite
taste for which the Cairo l.cali i distill
"uihed irae'i'Mii. as a Imwr of roses and
twice a- sweet he would have moved a na
ture much less susccptilil;' even than our
own to pity. He was ln'si-raMe, and (..
press-.,! that misery with t;i'itt"r:illc s.nl
lies of I'eelir,"-. 'file conllictiny; eniottnii'
w hich aeita'.ed his manly Ihmi;u -the cim
iUests hi mi','ht have mad - and the useless
Less of hi expenditures almost ovi r
whelmed him. The wvys of an owrrulimr
providenc" may well, indeed, he -aid to lie
inscrutahle; hut what is ceil lia'y a heavy
allliction to tic youii"' man may je,-t pos-i-1
ily result iu saviue; heart-whole a caraoof
innocent and hulple he-iulies.
Th" 1. v. Hicks, we are pained to state,
has hern ut h a-jain. On M-uelay of hist
week a council of his lainyrc-atiou inves
tiyated lit mi. Th" proceedings were not in
tended to lie puhlie, hut our little hird n
reniarkahly well-informed and communica
tive mendier of hi trihe whispered to
us that lirother Hicks stood up in meeting
like a man. There was nothing of the
'rayjred edre" or "emotional" charaetcr in
his defense. I e defleil them. 1 Ic courted
the fullest and must s -archiii": invest iithni ;
while the woman of course, there w as a
woman in it was even more dctlunt than
her I'c'owd pastor. She displseil the id
. . I.I I lla. 1 .
lei-aliens, nun i mii-eco .'if'. nicKt who nail
instigated the llliUisltion, with I ,,;(. me
unwiummly inolivcs, The iiiseus;o!i pi
ami con was iinimatetl mid cxk'ii.Ul
Fiiinllvn decision wa reached t1i',t'ortM
do no discredit to n (lalesh.iry jury, , Tin
preponderance of evidence was on' tfic sid
of their uccusei. mid the reverend man
and his ailluity wire tu-nitt-il ('fall wruny
Itissaidliy n gentleman who claims
to he in possession of the facts that certain
over-zealous temperance people In the
Fourth ward are supplying minors with
money and inducim; them to purchase
drink with it, that the vendor may he re
ported to the "rand jury and inhicted. Such
a course, we are sure, will not lie approved
hy the I'omintinify, uiul least of nil hy those
w ho have the can:' of tempi-ranee sincerely
at In-art. It i compoundinv; crime; and
no amount of punishment inflicted upon
those who violate law in selliii"; lhjiiors to
minor will compensate for the evil done In
inakinu' hoys an lujent to secure such an
eml. I lie temperance people to win must
rely upon the ahstract justice of their
cause anil a sound puMic opinion to sustain
it. They can not afford to do a mean act to
accomplish any purpose, however worthy
or ilesirahle it Illicit otherwise lie. There
should In- nothi:i'' done that could lie con-
trued into a persecution of any person cn-
i.ra"'ed in a husiness rccou'Uii'd and licensed
iy the la.ws of the state and city in w hich
For a while yesterday the town was
shaken to its very center with anxiety and
fear. The llsiiallv amiahle and U'elltle old
irl w ho directs the rays of the levee lumi
nary was on the war path. There was tire
iu her ayed eve and the hot hlood ot' youth
ccined to mount atrain upon her w rinkled
chops; every particular hair of her chignon
st I ( t-ect. and th" awry condition ot In r
pull-hack indicated the inctricalilc confu
sion of her mind. She understood that a
uenliciuan of the city had spoken slioh;.
inu'ly of her at the l'efoiiii Cluh room ,,u
Friday niidit. and to vindicate her uood
name and funic she soiiirht him out. Not
content with a verhal statement of what he
said, she insisti-d that she mu.t have it
down in, "lihuk and white" in writing.
The cause of all this agitation was the
statement hy the enilenian that in Cain', as
in Hock ford, the ltcinociatic pajicrs were
found in tie- rinks of tin friends of
reform, while th Hepuoliean papers
of lioth places were not. It will in--
casmn .ur.ur;se to every inteiii-'i-nt person
that the statement of so plain a fact a this
should rile tl Id uirl. lir ohjei tiii to
it is that It did not lar enouuh. It is
a tact we presume no reasonahle per.
son will dispute that the Democratic paper
everywhere, a well a in Cairo and Hock-
ford, represent the moral clement of their
communities. r l he I'Mionmce which en
shrouds the avenue Hadical editor, togeth
er with his natural aversion to the truth,
render hilll incapahle of represent lUiS poo
pic who are I m it li intelligent and truthful.
Cons -ijticntly this class have to turn to
Democratic paper and Democratic editors
for aid in spreadim; needed reform. Tim
old "irl Wiis all wronu: she should keep
her iiown (ill. She has heen too fast not
ill a really hid sense hut in her manner of
attempting: to ri.u'ht a fancied injury. Cat
nip tea and vermifn";i in eiUal doses and
at the prop -r tiiiu will sooth heruiistrunvi
system, and we ptvcrihc them.
Tiik hand that rocks the cradle is the
hand that moves th" earth. Dr. Hull's
liahy Syrup is the I test remedy for idl com
plaint children are suhj -ct to, such a
dysentery, diarhu-a. summer complaint,
wind colic, etc. I 'rice, '.'."i c -nts.
Ho Koi! the Champion Monitor Cook
Stove, at A. Hallev's.
PilTmi. A law lot choice d:l''T lillt'er,
from In c nts per pound, at
At.i'UN'. (In vvi: A Co.'s.
Ni:w summer dress ihmIs, fans and par
asols will he plac-d on cxhil'ilion at
Stuart's. Monday inorniii"', May '.'(Ith.
Fun S.w.k.- The frame house on lot I!.
lli ck 1!'. lirst a Iditi iii to the city of Cairo,
w ill he sold cheap. House can he remov
ed, and must he sold ill oiH i-nnd taken from
the lot. Impure ;tt Ni:w Voiik Stuui:.
Fi ni- iim, Norn k. The friends of Mr.
and Mrs. ,eo Kiel, arc Invited to attend the
funeral of' their son, ,eo, ,lr lej-ed !! years
I month and II days, to-morrow iMondau
lit two o'clock, hy a special train to Villa
Tkai iiku. --A yoiinu lady of y;ood family
in this city, and w .-ll recommend! d. deire
to tench children of one or more families
durini; vacation, or at any time. Music
lessons on piano and llielodeon y iven, if de
sired. Cllill nes moderate. Address T -her,
care III 1.1.1:1 1 N ( tllice.
Sik iaiii.k. 'I'he l!ou"li and Heady Fire
Compiiny will hold a sociiihle at their en
U'ine house next .Monday cveniny. May 21).
at which the ineinliers of the company are
requested to appear ill uniform; F.nch
nieinhcr of the company will he allowed to
invite one friend or acipinintance. for whom
tickets will In-supplied hy William I.ud
wiu secretary of the committee of ni'ninjjf;
nients. No invited ".m-st will he admitted
without n ticket.
Iirrrr.it. A laru'e lot choice dairy luitter,
frotn ID cent per pound, at
At.iui.v. (Iinvu A (.,;,,.
A FATAL ACCIDENT.
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A TIIUKK-YKAU OLD (HU.D I IK Mil. I,i:o
KI.LII l-'AU IIV'KWAtlll IN In A fli c K KT
UK WAI.IU.M1 WATKII, AM) DKATIt lif:
Slf.T. A fatal uccident, the result of crc
l.ssncss, occurrcil nt Mr. I.eo Kh-h's
liouse, on the h-vee, yesterday niorninh,
,-ihout ten o'cliH-k. A servant left n luicket
of scaldillir water oil tin; Hoof linJtttWiir
year-old child of Mr. K"lcl, in playint.',
walked hackward toward it, and, stumMim.'.
fell in. Tim accident nt tlrst, was not
thoiielit to he of a (laniierous nature, and
the child was afforded prompt relief. It
continued, to all appearances, to do well
throuiihoiit the day and part of
the niudit. Ahoilt ten minutes lie.
fore It last niyht, it wa seized
w ith iispasin and death ensued to relieve it
sufferings. It was a favorite, child and tlw
aillicted family have th" sympathy of t)1e
tne coinuuiiiitv m tlu-ir distress. 'Ihetii
nenl notice appear elswhcre.
Tiikuk will he a social iiicctiity at the
(lid Fellows' Hall Monday niyht. Odd
Fellow and their families and visiting
lirethfell are respectfully invited to attend,
liv order of the Committee
1(1(1 pieces llainliury eiul'ioidery at low
est price ever seen, will he shown 011 Mon
day at Stuart', oil F.iyhth street.
Window Suikkn. Wire Cloth, Door
Springs. Iiird ('ayes, Hanyi'iy Haskets,
Flow, r StiunU uiul Trainers, :it A. Hallev's.
HKMKMllKI! tllilt I receive yoods daily l'V
express, sell exclusively for cash at the
lowest possihle iiiaryin of profit, handle
only the very lu st yoods. and never mis
represent an article, Thoe who desire p
he convinced that I am si-Uiny y N
cheaper .hati any other hoiie in the city.
are earnestly i.i'-itod to call, iind we will
take ph-i.sitre in show iny them thioilyh.
C. li. S-rr iit. liiyhth stn-et.
Tin: Cairo Turner Society will yive a
I5ak"t f'icnic at Parker's ilrove. on the
Nhiriow (iauy lailrojid. next Sunday, the
Huh iiist. Hound Trip Ticket. Fifty Cents.
Train leave the St. Chirlc Hotel iit::'n
a. in., 11 a.m. and left p.m.. stoppiny iit
Tenth stn-et. Klein's hriek yard and
Twciity-F.iyhth street, lhtnrn at T p.m.
The conilniitee who have the all'dr in charye
have perfect -d arrauyeinelits w hich insure
:i yui'd tine- to :d! who will honor ti ci a-
sion with their presence. ( 'ommmti.k.
Tiik New t;i:i- ( til ( ails. Simmons' p .-t'iiy:iti'i'-.
Wat'-r ( (Kiei and Ic Cream
FlWZcr at A. llalley's, 11.1 Coliuii'-leiiil a e.
A Ni:W (ierma!) s-hool will in- opened oil
the tilt of .lime, 1ST, ot tl. old (iiTinall
cliool-hoii . on Fourteenth tre. t. parents
w ishiny to send their children there can not
have a heller opportunity. Also an cvciiiu-:
school will lie opened. I.ldies and yeutle.
men wishiny lo 1,-arn tlm Herman or French
lanyiiayes. will do well to take advaiitaye
of this opportunity. Terms moderate, ac
cordiny to the times. For pariicuhu ad
dr.-s, hick hox lu. P. M. Fi:ii:iu.i:ii 11.
( lire III.
Foil Iii:.vr. -Any lenylh of tini". a two
story residence, corner of Tw -nty third and
HollipMik avenue, formerly occupied hy
Peter Culil.i oiitaininy nine r'Kiiu and cellar,
with sl:d ilc. woodsheds, etc.. all in first
clas style and iirranyed in the niot i on
venietit manui r.
AIo, fur rent, a spacious toierisini.
2iP.'"i feet, situated No. -0 Ohio I.evee.
For sale Iiuyyy. iiarness, tc, For
further particulars inquire of
A. P. Si uuoMiKi:. Ayeiit.
No. Ml Ohio l.evor.
I,IUi;' and children's custom shoe.;
every pair warranted at Stuart's, on K.iyhth
street. S-ethe ladies' sealllle. NeWn.t
tie, warranted not to lip :it il .2"i.
Wamtji, -A partner with l(ai to join
Die iii a travi.diny ciilcrpric. Three hun
dred dollars :i month profit. Soniethiny
new and honorahlc. Address Harry l.ee
lan. Ciiii", Ilk
Mis. F. K"oi:sMi:vi:u i- j i t in receipt of
II Very larye and select st.H k of Key West
anJ imported ciyjir. to which lie call the
special attention of smokers.
.lrr Ix. Choice Suyar Cured Ihiins
lireaklast liacon, and ( aimed y I lower
fliiin ever sold in Cairo li, fore, A lull ar
rival of fancy French Candies, ,lo the
host ."i ci-ntciyar in town. IVn 1. Hiud.
lirri'KU. A larye lot choice dairy I. niter,
from lit cents per pound, at
Al.l'iiN, (ill l ( o.'-.
Oct ok Ti VK.-- Wlu-n I i it- ion,-, of a mu
sical inslrunient hecome harh and discord
ant, wc say it i "out of llllic" The ame
may le said of that lar mote wonderful and
complicated piece ot' Inci hilll'lMa. thehllliliin
structure, whell it hecolnes disordered,
Not only actual disease, liul tho.. far more
common causes, oxi i-work. luental anxiety
and last liviny may impair its viuerand ac
tivity. The hest remedy for :i partial col
laps" of the vital eiieryics, from these as
from other causes, is Hostetter. Stomnch
Hitters, which Is at theaine time an nyi-ee-lilile
and iniild-checriny cordial and the
hest possihle inviyoraut iu all cas -s of do
hilily. It an ineoinparali'e stomachic
nnti-liilioiis incdicine, ciadicnti s f, er and
ayue, and prevent suhe(Ueiit attack. It
remedies with certainty and tlioroiiyhnes.
Iiowel and kidney complaint, dyspepsia,
nervousness, rheumatic trouMrs and many
other liodily ailment. It alo counteracts
!ntlr.,".ic: s which predispose to di,-i ,
jritMKA ! KITUKKA"! !
A Substitute for Life Iiisurauco (Vinpanies.
AVi hows' and Okmmiaxs' Itti'al Aid Society
ir."i'i!,-eil I. n-.iler t'n 1 :c of t'.c S-.il" of ri'neis. ('niyr!ahtei .Inly Hr, ilc.clor ft t ct
N. li. THISTI.KWOOD. Piii-sidknt.
MPS. p. A. TAYI.nlf. Vk k Piiksidknt. J. A. (ioLDSTI.VK, TiiKAsruru.
DP. .1. .1. (JOHDoN. Mkdk ai. Advisois. THOMAS I.KWIS, Sr.f kktahv.
liOAPD DF MANACKHS.
MISS. I'. A. TAVIOU,
N. 11. Til ISTI.K WOOD,
MIS KATK I.. V X I'M,
.1. .1. ( OI'.DoN,
.1. A. (.HI D-TINK.
Ml'.. S. A. AVIil-s,
f .'er p:iri!i iilar In ii;,e al lie- offlre. f(;aii-r Seven! li sir.-," :m.l Cunim.-rrliil iv.-inn'. Wa t t' Imp
rjl 1 1 7-1 PA LACK IIOTKL OF CHICAGO.
T HEM ON T I-IO I JSK
IMMCKS IiKIU'I'Kli T(l s:i I'KII DAY.
A''v.' I'-ulor FI.M.r, t xr. j.tii,.' Kr.'iT li.M.n,-:in! K.o-n- w'.-u liiin
K( )( ).MS W1TI U)l'V Ji( AK1 ). Si 'L( ) H'J K 1 )A V
AN KI.IIHANT lill-TAl HAN'T Co.NNK( TKD WITH Till' iUH'-i;.
(.Kim Kll AMm (iMMIsso MKIHlIWls,
STKATToX tt 151 UD.
WllOLKSA l.K (i liDCKI.'S
AdK.NTS AMKI.lt AN l'(t DK.I! I (.l P'V I
W. srinin.v. i
T. lirau. Mii'.il
( Alia-. it.i.lNi'i
(.I.'AIN. KI.ol'K AND HAY.
1 'ci 'iniot ' if
lliyhest Cash Price Paid lor Wheat.
A: .M x I S 10.
l-v -ao.:- ie
KilHlH'l's' Tolcicco WlU'l'lutlhl'
tieiieial l'oiiiiulioii Met cliant.
Nn.. ir, uiul !;; ( einae i i ('. Ills.
II II i: II I. .ii ii.reliifsi, i,i:" ( en.! ..aia n'
4 . !' 'I', Oen i .. K", hi l- ill;, I I .rr,in.
l.i)i:il.l.i:ii ioit.vi i d.
oTK'K To (' ).Sl'.M KKS
Tie- liP'M refelirii v ill mil. TIN T.i "l'( i1A( CO
'ill- eiuoe.l Ilium lllllllllliili' ll.el-enl In lie plin-eil ea
Hie lllilll.e'. W- 1 1 1 ' I ' lo l'i ' llllltiiill nil I'll'-Hef
te.'.'llll-l llll'riiis.' -m il llllltllllnlio.
All lle:ii I- llltvlle.' HI' elllllil illlliT lllli lollMC) ,1
lo-lt ll II LT il hlll'll el llieMllll' IiiIh I. Hauler lletlelve
lllllile In Hie pell III I.V III' tin- lu. llllll II II h l-illl- vlll
Intlut.' mil' li'iiile linn k iii'e 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 liy line uiul
lllllll-iillllelll. .Seenel el I 'lile.'I'es., , II'.'. II. lei.
Tlii-i." niiliH l,ii;.A!!D TIN T(. Toll.UTli
cull In- ill-llte.'ills",l liv n TINTAO mi i-iirli iuili,
Willi Hie WIH'I I.Ol.'IIII.AI.'l) l:inii'lllle'ei,,
(Oer I.n Inns liiliiHcu soli! In Is;;, nn, I iii-:iiIv
il.lllNI pel's, III" elllplie e III I'll, lllfles,
Ti" palil (nuei'tiiiieiii Iii is;;, ni., ml ft.'.m.iimi.
iiiiiI iliii-hu.' I' l't 1-1 year", m et- J-jojm.ilil,
Tie'.,' u- I. s. 1 t In- nil Inlili a' -it iii.'iiiiil'ii tiir 'i-'
IV Tlic TIN TA(l NMOKiMi T'UIM (d U
"eciiinl In lame" III illiitn.'i, tlll!il',le, plll'lly Ull'l
vn. k. r. re nn,
f. 1). AVI'.KS,
Pi; V Mioi. Kit ,
K )t; watki;.
'I l:e l.iiye.t wholesale and iMil Diy
liooi). uiul ( loll.iny House in this Cil ;
arc ieiejiiiy ,. w imh daily and at
orteiiiiyyic.it I aryains in theiuot liainl
ollle line of ( API'K'IS. oil. ( l.o'l lis
and M A'l TI.NdS: ilk. Cahni( r.-. lion-
I rette. and a in-cut many otlu-r new
styles of Di'e (ioimI.. Kan. Klc: i:i
fact i:i every ilepiii mei:t of their hiisi-in-ss.
they cordially inite the puhlie
! call ami see tln-ir stock.
ami llKVlAI HAMS.
Saloon and Restaurant
T'll? HOT or
WINK'S. UtjloHS AND CKJAMS
'.; i',)';. on h.iii'l : -il-.t Iro m. -! -nitty on In;.'! a
Fl.ni's. I. KMoNv OKA N( i l-'.S, A 1TI. l-'.S,
T Uu..K AMI 'O.TAII..
At till- (l,l Ilellllelll -,l llnti'l. fn'l llll,l D-VI'K
l:0(T AMI lloK MVKKKS.
151 )(T AM SHOK MAKKR
; t-.o r i -t A M-ne..-. t,--r. i ., J. . Ill
si ,t'i :iii.: s,. i:il, 1 1 il 1 1 n. 111.
' 1' A K V. p'.' isar In s a iiiei in In-.' In III pi I runs -iml
I lie- I'liliiie .-.'le ialiv tli.it li" liii" rei '-ail' r h '1
ll" llli"-l Mini inn-! sol"' I -li" k ill l.e.illn is el' every
I'es. r-'iCa eer lireii'.'hl l'i Hiis ' lO'. All oik In
ll!s tin'., e ..,it-,l t 111 i 1 1 V mill III the l'l III "liner.
Km ir-' viti-l'.ieiimi ii In "M-ry insiiiin'". I'li'"
r-lilllilll". A eiH'li'il lloil Itl'HI i-M.-ml 'il I.I :ll! I"
c.ifl ami e:iinine u,i,l uiul i.-. t it iri-f.-.
The C.-iiro Pox mill Iiiiskot (V.
Wil l. FI'HMsll
l-'loorinir. JSidiir-r. Lath, lto
A I tin- very Inwcl ntes.
Ilnviiiar a Heavy Stock uf Lu-s on llaiul,
W e nre pr-'p.ireil In
SAW OCT Si'KCIAI, OHDKIIS
(in Hie slmrt.'it nnlii-e,
SI'K('IAI.TY uncle ni' sTKA Mlli lAT 1,1'MtlKII.
Ve:i;,i nciiiill'.'ii'lnri' KIH I'I' 111 ) MATKI.'I Al
I r ieUer. C-inily, I'llckllli llnses, M.im-h, IIi'iIiIIiiks,