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A Skahcii Waiihant ullnw an otliccr to
go throtiirU vour house from cellar to gar
ret, and Linl-y' Jllorl Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system frum top
to toes and drive out ail Mood diseases. Its
curt are wonderful and ccrtilieil to ny doc
tors, preachers and jeople. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, I'lcers in
(lie Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
e n-c warrant it to cure. It is a purely
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Vn- ci'e bv nil Druggists. See that our
the bottom of tlie wrapper,
. K. Ski.i.kus & Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Pro s Agents
Save yolI; ciin.imKS. For expeljinp
worms from the system, M-ners- crnunipe
has no equal in tins or any oinercomn .
One toaspoonl'ul given to a child of 31r.
Bradbery's. expelled 234 worms in fmir
hours after takinp tho medicine.--Ben). Ly-
t!e, Union township, Pa. Also cxpciiea -iw
worms from inv child two years old. 1 m.
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proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send lor cir
cular. Tjie TitLTii is miohtv and will jirevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
arc livin" witnesses to the truth of our
ttatemcnb that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases ot liver compianu, imumw
net?, headache arising therefrom, costive-
ness, constipation, dizziness and all disor-
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sal? bv all dnirists. Price S3 cents. It.
E. Sellers & Co.. Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
H. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Washington Avenue.
RESIDENCE: Corner Nineteenth and Wurti
T II. MAREAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic I'll jicin and Surgeon..
Of't 1 Comm.Tciul Rvunne. Hesidonce corner
rourtv'iitu M. uiid Washington avenue, Cairo.
R. SMITH, M. D.
OflW and Resident :
T0. :i THIRTEENTH STHEET. CAIliO. 1I.L
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OmcE No. YV, Commercial Avenue, between
Ks.hth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKFIi'S Ei.'htli Street, near Commercial Avenue
T ISEGAH & LANSDBN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
Ml'Ti'AL AID SOCIETY.
ID AYS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh st. and Commercial Avenue.
V to s p.m.
Hlo i o'clock a.m., 1 to li utid
THOMAS LEWIS, Secre.nry.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL I'AI'EK OF ALEXAXDEK COL'NTY.
Only Morning Dailv in Southern Illinois.
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Cahio, 111.. MnyiV.ls-fl. t
'liaic. Iinr. Tlier, Hum. Wind. Yel. Weather
11:00 " 'io.ls
2.00 pm -M'i
3:it " :i.!.l
If Maximum Temperature..); Minimum Ten
peraf.ire, t'iS; Rainfall, .'.) Inch.
V. II. HAY,
Ser.-'t Signal Corun, I'. S. A.
For, Sale A good business hous" two
ntory brick, on Washington avenue, corner
of Tenth street. A desirable situation for
a grocery store. Apply to
Choice dairy butter at Smith & Rro.
Mrs. S. A. Bergen, sifter of Mr. Tims.
Leviylied in Springfield, Ills., last Satur
day, age G").
IS pounds New Orleans sugar for $1
at Smith is I5ro.
Alter Thursday next the Health officer
cannot promise the removal of trash thrown
into the streets.
Willie Christinan will, for the ensuing
summer, fill the editorial tripod of the Pre
?onia, Kansas, Citizen.
Try the Tulip ' cent cigar, the best in
the city, at Smith ifc L'ro.
The Mississippi Central pay carstarted
?outh from this point yesterday. Hereafter
the car will start from Cairo, and pay
We bear it rtuted that the two sus
pended policemen report regularly to po
lice bead (punter?, ami not being assigned
to duty, hie them away to court nature'
The attention of the traveling public,
is called to the card of the Grand Hotel,
Cincinnati, in another column. The house
id too well known to require any recom
mendation from us.
No Democrat who fail to vote an un
scratched ticket, can feel that ho 1ms dis
charged hi duty to hi party. Every vote
thrown for either of the Republican candi
dates is a vote that the weakest Democratic
candidate must overcome or siill'cr de
feat. Quite a number of bny ngi.-d any
where from 14 to CD, may be Keen almost
any evening, bathing in the Ohio from the
McComV landing barge. We hope these
yming gentlemen wiil take it kindly, when
' we hint that they'll probably be several
pistareens better o!f, in the outcome, if they
will postpone their swims until after night
fall. Pat Corcoran, "the solid Muldoon" of
the Fifth ward, is tho watchmen of tho
Government works on the Mississippi. He
informs us that 21 men are constantly en
gaped, and are pushinp the work ahead
quite encouragingly. Harney Kearney is
Health officer Wootcn, brlnpinp ten or
fifteen men to the work yesterday, about
finished up the removal ot the foulness
from the barge Thorpe. It was an un
wholesome job, and required strong stom
achs and stench-proof nostrils to deal with
it. But men were found equal to the needs
of the occasion.
The work of the Mississippi Central
car hoist during the present month has
greatly exceeded that of any month since
the establishment of that very convenient
contraption. Up to yesterday noon 12S1
cars had been hoisted, 788 of which were
loaded. The work at the close of the
month will fall but little short of 50 cars a
Mike O'Donncll betook himself to the
Future Great yesterday, to look after his
r!U.,,r) Harlem, which is now in that city,
a . t0 conw off
when everything is pronounced ready. e
shall not be surprised to hear that Harlem
has distinguished himself, and that O'Don
nell returns with his pockets well lined
Green Zook, the colored Vulcanite, at
the corner of Poplar and Twentieth, is con
structing what is commonly designated a
'Flying Dutchman,'' which he will supply
with dapple-gray, white, rhone, bay and
sorrel hobby-horses, all of eiual speed.and,
according to the estimate of enthusiastic
youngsters, "perfect beauties." The Dutch
man will probably be put up at Locust
It will be seen by our County Court
proceedings that Mrs. Ernest Breucher has
been pronounced insane. Few women have
encountered more of the bitter side of life
than she. Her husband for many years
gave way to the deepest dissipation, and
wandering olT to Memphis died there, la.-t
summer, of the yellow fever. The immedi
ate cause of the poor woman's insanity we
did not learn
We acknowledge, with thanks, the re
ceipt of a pressing invitation to attend the
banquet given by the Cairo Knights of
Honor, at the Arlington Hoifse, to the Iron
Banks Lodge of Columbus, Ky. As we
had, in the Council meeting, nn undef'era
ble engagement, we were denied the pleas
tire of participating in what one of the
participants assured us was one of the most
delightful reunions ho ever attended.
The Social .Science Journal for May
contains the paper read before the Social
Science association in Chicago, October 5,
1STM, by Mrs. II. H.Candee, of Cairo. The
paper descants upon the ''Potential Mood
for Women," and is a production of un
questionable merit. Its great length ex
cludes it from the columns of ThkBcu.k-
nx, as an entirety; but we shall try to find
place for those passages which we regard
the most tellin'' nnd effective
Mrs. Sarah Bayard, who lives near
Fourteenth and Walnut, complained to
Judge Bird, yesterday, that one Mrs. Jacks
had whipped her child. The evidence con
firmed the charge, and Mrs. Jacks was fined
f) and the costs. Tho child is said to have
been only four years of nge. Mrs. Jacks,
in a spirit of retaliation, feeling that she
too had cause for complaint, sought the
oflice of 'squire Comings, and with what
result we shall probably know to-day.
II. A. Given, now attending the Ken
tucky Military Institute, at Fanndale, Ky.,
semis us a copy of the K. M. I. News, a
littie hcbdomidul,' evidently published in
the Institute building. The news shows
that Given fills the position of right field
to one of the base ball clubs, the Skippers.
The paper is in mourning for Maj. Frank
1). Perkins, professor of literature and law.
His last words were very self-assuring:
"How glorious it is to die when one knows
he has done his whole duty."
On Tuesday next, at the hour of 9 a.
m., in St. Patrick's church, in this city, Mr.
Ambrose W. Pyatt and Miss Jennie Susan
kawill bo united in marriage, according to
the beautiful and impressive forms of the
Catholic church. About the same time the
marriage ol a young gentleman residing in
fhe suhurbs, and a handsome and highly
accomplished young Cairo lady, will be
celebrated ; and following closely upon the
heels of that but we wont anticipate. We
must await further devislopements.
The following contribution to our local
literature written under the caption of "The
Bosh Coon Hunt," was placed on our copy
hook yesterday. In the hope that there is
more in it then appears on the surface, we
give it place in Tin; iicllktin : "For some
weeks past the young men of the Fourth
ward have been given to much boasting
about their success in squirrel killing, coon
catching, etc. Young Win. Mohan being
booked for a business trip to his father's
farm, last Saturday, concluded he would
devote ii fi:v hours to the sport of coon
catching. Accordingly he equipped him
self with a gunny sack, well saturated with
asofwoilita. Transacting his business at
tlie t.irm, he set out upon the coon hunt,
and he and his dog being new at the busi
ness, concluded that it mattered little
whether ihey hunted alter dark or by day
light. In due time the dog tieed the game
in a hollow log, nnd now was William's
CAIRO BULLETIN; "WEDNESDAY MOKMMtf. MAY 23. ' 1870.
opportunity to test the virtue of asofoedita.
He placed the mouth of tho sack over the
opening in the log, the coons scented the
nssofocdita, and made n mad rush for the
sack, and In an instant had filled it. A
count of tho varmints was shortly made.and
disclosed the presence of an even dozen.
William hasliis coons on exhibition, at his
homo in the Fourth ward, as living evi
dence that the way to catch coons is to use
Tho application of Collector Hodges
for judgment against the lands and town
lots of Alexander county, delinquent for
tha non-payment of the taxes of 1878, was
considered by the County Court yesterday.
Mr. Gilbert, in behalf of the Cairo Tax
payers' association, resisted judgment for
tho railroad tax levied against tho property
of tho members of tho association; ami
Judge Green, in behalf of tho Illinois
Central resisted judgment for taxes
against certain property belonging to that
company. The application will probably
be disposed of to-day.
Our correspondent "Modestus" touches
upon a matter of very serious import; nnd,
while the moral depravity of which he
speaks cannot be cured by any influence
the press might exert, it can be greatly
lessened, by tho preachers and teachcrs'who
deal directly with the polluted parties.
Lewdness and prostitution must be held up
as a crime; as most debasing in the sight of
both God and man; and the guilty parties,
both male and female, should be held, as
we know they are not, as unfit for the fellow
ship of the church or the companionship of
the virtuous and respectable members of
Mrs. Leander Axley, of this city, has
been blind for a number years. Living in
straightened circumstances, she lias been
unable, until recently, to go abroad for
treatment. A short time since she visited
Or. Edwards, the great occulist at Union
City, Tennessee. The Dr. gave her but lit
tie encouragement. He examined he eyes,
acd telling her he could treat her hert afttr
quite as successfully in Cairo as in Union
City, he supplied her with medicine, and
started her homeward. A few days ago she
distinctly discerned the outlines of objects
twenty feet distant, and is now much elated
by the hope that, after all the discouraging
augurs, shewill recover her sight. She has
been totally blind during an interval of
Dick Witty is the name of a quee r one
who moves from place to place, working
wonders, in the cure of warts and bunions,
and performing tricks that wvuld have
given him the name of miracle-workir had
lived he when the world was lvJO years
younger. One of his tricks i to scoop up
a handful of melted led, pour it in bis
mouth, and then spit it out again. He also
handles red hot iron. fries bis
tongue on it, and all without feeling
any sensation of heat. Instead of going
around the country and making money by
insisting that it is "spiritism," he frankly,
and we think very stupidly tells that he
learned the trick ot an old woman, and
paid three dollars for his information. It
is rather an odd proceeding to look at. a:;d
no preparation, except to heat the lead or
iron seems necessary,
Constable Cuin has bun o:i the con
stant lookout for the negro Gardner, t
"Shang," ever since be fu-illaded the col
ored coal heavers on the coal barge at the
foot of Tenth street. When constable Cain
and ofhYcr Sheehan came upon him on the
Ohio levee, Monday night, the wiley negro
came up smiling, giving utterance to the
falsehood, the while, that "h'd jess bin
look'm for yoii's gentlemen, to tell ye bow
it is. It wuz my pile of coal and Adams
and Flowers chucked me in the mug,
and " but the balance of the recital was
lost under a gruif order to "come along."
which Shang did, and shortiv afterwards was
immured in the county jail. Adams' wound
is quite severe. His leg is much swollen
and locomotion painful and difficult.
Flowers was hit in the wrist but the injury
sustained was not serious.
The Council meeting hist night was
dry and uninteresting. The Mayor and six
members answered to the roll call, but two
additional members strolled in shortly af
terwards. The first business was the open
ing of the bids for hauling garbage. L. W
Baker bid $10, which being very indefinate,
was rejected. Sam Brown's bid was 10
per month for 0 times a week, f lO for Li
times and $:10 for twice. Frank Jenkins
asked $ i" for the fiistthree months, and fl.'
per month for the balance of the time, for
removing the garbage twice a week. Rev.
Jacob Bradly would undertake the job, and
give unquestionably good security for the
religious performance of his duty, (r
per month. Albert Smith olfered to per
forin the service for $45 per i.ioath tor
June. July, August and Septemher. ifc:;-) for
October and $25 lor the balance of the
time. All the bids were to the Hoard of
Health, which is to report at tlie the next
regular meeting. The bids tor reconstructing;
certain sidewalks were then read.
Bids were received from William Minanl
to reconstruct certain walks at from 20 to
Si cents per lineal foot; and fivm James
Kynaston to reconstruct walks of u more
expensive character at price ranging from
55 to 73 cents per foot. They, two bids,
being all that were receive.!, were referred
to the connuittto on streets, T,(! jjuyor
then read a petition from the I, j; q
asking the use of the park for a V, of July
celebration. The prayer of tlie vtit'ton
was granted. Alderman Wrigl.t f',,ri mi
a letter from the Lafayette ir,,n urj,'jj,.
company, bearing tho nssur.inco that aen
would reach Cairo tho first of next week
with a view of proceeding at mice to tho
erection of the Cache river iron bridge
which is good if true. And then tho coun
Will Deinocratic-Greenbiickers be
bamboozled again by their Republican
confederates? Tho delectable dish they
have spread out for Democratic-Greenback
consumption is one part Democratic and two
parts Republican. The dish they have re
served for themselves lias nopice of De
moeracy about it nine out of every ten of
them will go the straight ticket Baker,
Harder and McCartney. They will do this
while they privately chuckle at the
success of their maneuvering to catch
"Democratic-Greenback gudgeons." The
game operated to Thomas' advantage last
fall. It kept Democratic-Greenback sup
p.trt from Allen. And now will the same
voters permit the same men to piny the
same game on them a second time, in favor
of Baker, Harkcrnnd McCartney? If they
do, they ought to be bored, every mother's
son of them, for the simples. Between seen
confidence, and downright political stupid
ity it would be most -difficult indeed to
draw a line of separation.
PIG) BATE COURT,
HON. n. S. Yl'CTM, .IfDOK ITvKSUU.NO.
Ti esoay, May 27, 1879.
Inventory and appraisement bill in the
estate of James Lawrence, deceased, re
turned into court and approved.
Inventory and appraisement bill in the
estate of Henry Mayo, deceased, returned
into court and inventory approved. Ap
praisers not having awarded to the widow
her allowance, the bill is referred back to
them for correction and completion.
Claim of Alfred Comings, surviving ex
ecutor, for $1(W9. 10 vs. estate of F. M.
Stocklleth, deceased, allowed as of sixth
class. Claim of Dr. J. J. Gordon fur 75 vs.
same estate, allowed as of f:fth-cla-s.
Claim of Dr. W. R. Smith, f'.r .00 vs.
same estate allowed as of fifth c!a.-s.
Claim of Wm. G. Cary for $75.00 vs.
same estate, allowed as of f.r.it-class.
Final report of Edmund Shanncssy, ad
ministrator estate of Ellen Shanncssy de
ceased, approved and administrator dis
charged' Bond of Weber approved and
'letters issued to her as administratrix of the
estate of Charles Weber direa-cd.
Mrs. Franco Blucher w as by the jury ad
judged insane, a:;d commi'.t.-d to hospital
for insane tit Anna.
The question of collector'. application
for judgment on the delinquent list was
reached; but the matter was continued
over until Wednesday, when it will be dis
Y"T the Cairo Hull. tin.
a mural i.lotcii.
"U!.A( K i:IT.K OK S1IAVK ' Tllf; M"H.U.
UKsl'oNslIill.lTY ()!' Ol II ri;i;.( I!K1.
TKACHKlls. NI.Wsi'Al'LU AND CIVIL At -
Mr K i:t.r :
A matter that has long constituted a cry
ing shame in our midst, is the lewdness and
debauchery among unmarried colored wo
men. With a great show of virtuous indig
nation periodical raids have been made
upon the bawdy houses, the proprietors of
which were able to pay their lines; but the
more reprehensible and depraved debau
chery that re.-ults in filling the arms of
young colored women with the evidences ot
their prostituted virtue, calls out no re
proof from our legally constituted authori
ties; is not denounced from the pulpit
even as a sin, and the press has passed it
by as a matter unworthy of notice. Xow;
it is a fact known to all of us who have our
eyes about us that there are dozens and
scores of negro women, in this city,
carrying around illegitimate oil
spring, the parentage of which
they make no attempt to conceal, ami yet
neither the women themselves nor their al
leged partners in crime, are ever molested,
or even told that they have committed a
great wrong against society, and violated
the laws of both God and man. It is a
shame and a disgrace to our town that such
things are permitted such crimes commit
ted openly and above board, without excit
ing reproof of press ami pulpit, or the no
tice of the officers of the law. Many col
ored girls seem to think an illegitimate
child, and especially one that shows the
presence of white blood in its viens, a
badge of respectability, and they exhibit it
with as much pride as they could were it
born in wedlock. But this is not to be
wondered at. They are never punished or
rebuked for their lewdness; are never urged
to prosecute their guilty partners for a
support for their bastard bantlings;
and both parties thus escaping both pun
ishment and censure, the wonder is that
the negro girl who reaches the age of twen
ty without sacrificing her virtue, is not
held as a sort of "unfortunate" a social
I do not want to be understood as inti
mating that there are no virtuous colored
girls in Cairo, for there are many, but the
per cent of mothers out of marriage, among
them, is disgraceful. It is a disgrace to
tho colored race, their preachers uml teach-
...i. !. 1 i.i i ..... e. i
grs w oo pass ii uy wiuiuui u-jirooi ; o
those who should enforce the law, but don't;
and upon the newspapers that set them
selves up as the denouncers of the wrong
nnd the vindicators of the right, and yet
don't stiy a word about it.
The supposed or alleged seduction nnd
ruiu ol'a wliit" girl, recently forme ) the-
Tlie Druggist's Sundries
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The mot iileasin smoke fur the money ever offered to the
DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Lovers of the weed who appi-ceiiito a fine nvoniiitie smoke
will do well to try
Strictly hand-made of the choicest selection of Havana Tobacco and superior in qual
ity to two-thirds of the Cigars imported to this country.
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The most fastidious taste of the merits of this Cigar.
SOLDP.Y ALL FIKST-CLASS RETAIL DKALKKS.
The above brands are especially adopted to tine trade, uml no dealer should be
SOI.K AGENT WOM CAJJIO,
Call ami examine ami lie convinced. H. MEYEHS.
subject for two or more very caustic articles
in The iu'u.ktis. That was all right
enough. But why render one case among
the whites conspicuous, and leave certainly
fifty cases among the blacks, wholly un
noticed! What is good for the white race
is apt to be good for the black race. The
standard of respectability should be the
same for both. Then w hy should we not
compel the blacks, as we oblige ourselves,
to have and observe a regard for common
decency that will lift their animal natures
above the level of that of the beasts?
'My mother-in-law is a walking adve r
tisement for Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup," n .ub
scriber remarked yesterday; ''she recom
mends it everywhere."
AT THE ri.AN'I KU 1IOISF..
Glinn, Blandville, Ky.; William
St. Louis: Geo. I). Bennette, St.
Louis; C. M. Hiekey, Xenia, Ohio; I). C.
Calkin. N. ().; H. Hickman. I'Uin; T. W.
Henderson, Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. Taylor,
Missi-sippi; T. II. North, Carbondale.
MXUX Sl'KIXGS. ILLS.
These springs will be opened June 10th
under thf management of the new proprie
tors, who would respectfully announce that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages and new, large and
capachms dining room have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
boding, spring mattresses, etc. The spring
are situated in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; and
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
are too well known to need any comment.
They are supplied with an abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements uually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strictest attention to the comfort of
guests is gurantocd all fr the small sum
of per week. Special rates to tamilies.
J. I!. Br.owN & Co., Proprietors.
May 2.1th, 179.
WIRE SCRKKXS. Fl'RXn i RK. ETC,
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, tit my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh ami Twelfth
streets: also till kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
sp ring done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screens, to be made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
F I SANK SellOKMIls,
Id-:, Icb Wiioi.i;sai.k and Bktam, in
largo or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
juire Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at nr,
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial
.11 . ! t . 1 1 . 1 II
at ."sargoams, on r.igian streer, or auuress
me through the post-oflice.
F. M. Wakii.
Gitu i:un;s, Ni;v AM) FitKsii. I have a
full line of fresh family groceries of every
variety, just received, and for sale at close
figures. All kindsof vegetables fresh from
the gardens. A large stock of canned
goods, fruits, etc., at Trigg's old stand,
Washington avenue. J. E. Siui.i.r.ii.
Tkx Cknt. Wohtii. - If yon want a neat
smooth shave for ten (cuts, or a fashionable,
hair cut for 2.1 cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the jdace to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. M2 Commer
John J. Sti:i,zi;ii has removed his stock
to Eighth street in the store lately va
cated by H. Houpt. He has a large stock
of jewelry ot all kinds, watches, clocks.ete.
His silverplated ware is unsurpassed and ho
sells, down, down, way below anything ever
yet olfered in this market. His watches
and clocks are also down to tho smallest
margin. lie is -a first-class jeweler and
works sttrjuisingly cheap, rejiairlng time
pieces and jewelry, nnd always guarantees
Iim work. Try him.
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tionaries w ill be sent to one addre. This
appears but once. Order now. Send silver
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dress at once National Book Company,
Mr. Paul M. Freidrich, known to our
people as a stiecesslul com ator, will open a
German-English Sehool, in Turner's Ha'.l,
on the n'rst Monday in June.
All branches will be taught that are re
garded essential to a thorough uactieal c d
ucation. An evening -chool. at Mr. I"s residence
on Ninth street, will be opeii' d on th"
( veiling of tie: same day. Private Ie..r
in German or any other study given, on lib
For particulars apply to Mr. Freidrich. at
K E! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season, (ijl'ee,
Eighth street, betwe'ui Commercial .and
Washington avenue, m t door to Bristol's
grocery store. Jacoi: Ki.kk.
Lohii.I.aud's T:n Tag .-looking tobaeio
in eighth, fourth, half and jound package.
Also Lorillard's Nickle Nuggi ts and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Ivrmeyer's at fac
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jirize, iind II. S. Houston, Kenosha, Wis.,
winner of the lirst juize at the great
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