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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MOUMHU, JUNE 'JO. 1579.
J II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth nd Washington Avenue.
RESIDENCE : Corner Nineteenth and Wah-
H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Sur?eon.
Offlc 1W Commercial avenne. Keldi'nce corner
Konrtucntn St. na waamnpon avenue, "
y R. SMITH, M. D.
Offlre nnd Be8ldne:
NO. 21 TniRTEEKTH STREET, CAIKO, lt.L
R. E. W.: WHITLOCK,
OrnrK-No. 13C Commercial Avouuo, between
jyi W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFK'K:-W!th the Widow' and Oorphnn' Mu
tnal.Aid Socletv. .
JINEGAH & LANSDEN,
' FFIC'E No. 1M Commercial Avenue.
( ENKRAL DELIVERS open c:w a. m.; closes
T :)p. m.; Sm;dav:8toH a. m.
i' Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
! T Through EyrM Mali via IlllnoU Central nnd
i IUh11ujj1 CSitrl Railroad cloo at 13:30 p.m.
if Cairo uiid FopWr Bluff Through and Way Mall
il , l-i-?.. ,. Ill
Way Mail via IlllnoU Central. Cairo nnd Vln-
cenne and MlM.ssippl Central Rallroadu cloeo at
U:4! p. m.
Way iliUTsr Harrow Gauge Railroad doeoa nt 8
Cairo and Ev.wvUlo River Route cloec at R:30
p. m. ca'.iy (except Friday).
IT. II, TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R.
TRAINS AI'.BIYE. TBAIXS DEPART
Mall 4:03 a.m. I Mall 3:10 a.m.
ExpresK i!:00 p.m. Exprc 6:00 p.m
CAIRO & V1NCENNES R. K.
Jlail ...10:00p.m. I Mall 4:43 a.m
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
Expreen V10 p.m. I Expre 8:45 a. ra
Accora'datfon. 10:15 p.m. I Accom'd:itloii.l3:i5p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOl-'ISANDNEW ORLEANS K.R
Wall !l:J0p.m. Mall ,!S:fJ0tt.ra
C. A. &T. H.'.lLltOAD
Texa exjir"!'... 4:40 a.m. I Texa expre.aMSp.m
Accommodat'n. .8:80 a.m. I
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFIC IAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
SiaNAt Ofwoe, I
Cxino, III, June Hi.
1. 1879. f
Time. Bar. Tlier. Hum. Wind. Yel Weatluu.
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Maximum Temperature. Tti"; illulmum Tem
perature, r,9 : Rainfall, 0.00 Inch.
. ' W. II. RAY.
tSers't Signal Corp, U. S. A.
DIXON SPRINGS. ILLS.
Thesu ppvings will lie opened June 10th
under the management of the new proprie
tors, who would respectfully announce that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages and new, large nnd
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
beding, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated in a high nnd healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; and
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
nre too well known to need any comment.
They are supplied with an abundance of
ice, refreshments nnd amusements usually
found ut summer resorts. The best of fare
and striitM attention to the comf.irt ot
quests is guranteed nil for the small sum
of AS per week. Special rates to lamilics.
.1. R. Bhown & Co.. Proprietors.
May 2nth. 1870.
l-'on Bale A good business house two
story brick, on Washington avenue, corner
of Tenth street. A desirable situation for
a'groccry store. Apply to
Ice, Ice Wholesale asd Retail in
largo or small quantities. 'Wagons will
run daily to all pnrts of the city, delivering
. pure Lake Ice in such quantities ns cus
' tonicrs may desire. Leave orders nt my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeahts, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-o1!ice.
' - ( ; ,? - . F.M. Ward.
Tex Cekto Worth. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
bair cut for 25 cents, or anything, else in
the toiiKonul line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
Fisiuso tackle, Rods, bait, etc., wire
cloth for screens, ice cream freezers, etc.,
t bottom juices ; also Stoves, Tinware, nnd
Hardware of kU descriptions. Dog collars,
It :frigerator, Revolvers, Razors, Pocket
Knives, silver plated knives, forks and
spoons, lamn-i und hr.,p fixtures nnd n
thousand of other articles nt C. W. Hen
derson's, Commercial avenue, comer
ICE I ICE! ICE!
' I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retailnil through the season. OlHcc,
Eighth street, letwccn Commercial nnI
Washington aventirs, next door to Rristol's
grocery store. .Tacou Ki.ee,
Cuew Jackson' best Sweet Navy To-Iwcco.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
John Crowley reached the city by tho
afternoon train yesterday.
Tho pay car of the Illinois Central
railroad reached Cairo, yesterday.
Miss Nina Jorgensen, returned home
from school, by the afternoon train yester
day. Miss Annie LeCronc, of Effingham, Is
visiting Miss Lelia Thompson, ot the Plan
Six hundred Toxas cattle were confined
in the Illinois Central cattle pens yesterday
the largest lot of the season.
Mrs. John D. Holmes, atter a protract
ed visit to her sister, returned to her home
in Colorado, yesterday evening.
Ladies should read Tabcr Dio.'s ad
vertisement in to-day's paper. It contains
an item of interest to all of them.
The most active branch of business at
present, is the manufacture and sale of
cedar chests by Lancaster & Rice.
Ex-Policeman George E. Olmstoad re
ceived his ''commission," yesterday, as
special deputy to Sheriff Hodges.
Parties in town are said to be making
bows for our archers at fifty cents a piecei
"as good as a 15 bow to beginners."
We put our pumps in cisterns on trial.
It cost nothing to try this celebrated puri
fier. Sold only by Lancaster & Rice.
-Determined to make his building look
ns abhorrent as possible in the eyes of The
Bulletin, Mr. V. has extended his cement
smear to and over the roof.
People should spend the 4th of July iu
the pitrk at Cairo. Any other day is good
enough to go out of town and on excursions
and pic-nics. Celebrate the ''Fourth" nt
Don't fail to attend the sale of lauds
and lots, delinauent for the taxes of 1S7S,
that will be resumed at the court house
door at 10 o'clock this morning.
John IIorxiE, Collector.
Cadet, Geo. dark, is at home on a visit
to remain until September. Hj is now
second-class man having made such prog
ress in his studies as to secure a promotion
each year of his stay;
The steamer Sherlock arrived iu port,
yesterday, and brought up quite a supply of
btinnanas. oranges, mockim: birds, etc. Of
the fruits our fruit dealers supplied them
selves quite liberally.
The Masonic fraternity will go on an
excursion to C:ile Girardeau on the steamer
Champion, next Tuesday (St. John's day).
A general invitation is extended to the
nublic. See advertisement in another
Ex-Marshall C. D. Artcr contemplates
an early departure for Leadville, we hear,
to inspect the chances there for another
start in life. It Charley could tic himself
down to the mercantile business, he'd make
n fortune in Leadville in two years.
To-night, be it remembered, the Re
form club holds its regular weekly meeting.
We don't know anything about the pro
fnminie: but can safelv venture the nssur-
ance that President Williams has provi
for the crowd's proper entertainment.
The Sun makes up almost its entire
local page from items it obtains from the
morning Uulletix, and then growls, like a
sore headed bear, when it discovers that,
with its much wheat it lias stolen a little
chaff. He's an ungrateful old bison,
-If the Hibernians abandon the idea of
celebrating the 4th in St. Mary's park, a
number of young men of the cit will se
cure the use of the park, and perfect ar
rangements for a number of horse races, a
match game of base ball, etc. They are
anxious to learn the Hibernian's deeisk'U
in the premises.
C'linrlcy Delay writes to one of his
Cairo friends that he is comfortably located
at a point in Missouri, known as Parker's
station. He Is book-keeper for n St. Louis
saw mill linn, of the place, and also post
master and express agent -all of which in
dicates that Charley is not only n useful,
but a conspicuous citizen.
The members of the center archery
club, put the officers of 'the club upas
prizes to be shot for. In the contest of
Wednesday night, Frank Van Dorn won
the Presidency, Mr. Pcnnybaker the offices
of Secretary and Treasurer, and Mr. Tom
Morgan the office of Vice President. The
offices will he disposed of in like manner
The Hilsby steam fire engine manufac
turing company, from which the "Jack
Winter" was purchased, forwarded ns n
present to ("has. F. Alter a line niekle
plated lantern. The lantern was received
yesterday, and was sent in recognition of
Charley's courtesy in sending the company
copies of The Bcllkti.v containing notices
of our wuter-throwing contests, etc.
A negro man made his nppcarancc at
police headquarters, Wednesday cvoning,nnd
declared that ho had just seen tho pocket of
a lady picked. Tho lady was trading in an
Eighth street store, when a colored woman,
who pretended that sho was examining
goods,rcae.hed tho lady's sido and deftly re
lieved her pocket of a red, nnd apparently
well-filled, pocket book. Just why the ne
gro mint didn't give the nlarm. nnd expose
the theft tit once, nnd thus bring about n
return of the stolen money and tho certain
punishment ot the thief, h failed to satis
factorily explain. "Ik- was taken aback,"
and "didn't know what wai best to do,"
and therefore delayed doing anything until
it was too late to recover the money or
catch the culprit. As the lady who lost the
pocket-book, or the woman who stole it
could not be found, a strong suspicion ex
ists that the negro man put himself consid
erably out of the way to put in circulation
a profitless faleshood.
John Madden, a stranger in the city,
as the great majority of our criminals and
ordinance breakers are, was up before
Judge Bird, yesterday, on a charge of
drunkenness. He was proved guilty and
subjected to a fine of J 3 and costs. Mr. Mad
den having no wherewithal ' wherewith to
mollify the ruffled majesty of the municipal
law, he was sent over to the corporation re
frigerator tor the period of five days.
The funeral procession that escorted
the remains of Mrs. A. Lolir trom the
church to the train, and attended them to
the grave, was one of the largest that has
been seen iu the city for several years. T he
five coaches in waiting to carry tlte friends to
Yi'.la Ridge, were filled to repletion. The
general and genuine sympathy thus mani
fested must have been gratefully received
by the bereaved husband and other mem
bers of deceased's family.
One hundred and twenty-six dogs have
been redeemed from the pound, and twenty
have been slaughtered, since the raid was
inaugurated on the canine species. The
Chief is showing a determination to per
form his whole duty, in this hitherto much-
neglected line of service. Much work re
maius to be performed, however an im
portant item of which is collecting for the
scores of dogs that are kept tied up, for the
nonce, or confined within enclosures.
As heretolorc announced, Mr. Chris
Hanny contemplates the establishment of a
branch house in Mound City. He will
stock the new store with goods of a fresh,
seasonable character, and of a kind that the
trade must have. Add to this his purpose
to establish Tommy Whitlock in the house,
as direct superintendent and manager, ami
then add the further fact that he will sell
goods to his customers there at the same
low prices that govern his sales here, and it
becomes apparent that it mere is any
money in Mound City the new house is cer
tain obtain a share of it.
The pauper expenses ot Alexander
county have been reduced to the lowest
point, consistent with humanity; yet the
poor are quite a burden for us. Situated
as Cairo is, with the poor and the unfortu
nate coining in upon us from all points of
the compass a less rigid system of charity
would bankrupt us. If the government
were paternal, nnd could be moved by a
"fellow feeling," it would establish a poor
house in this vicinity, upon a gigantic scale,
to take care of the pour, the sick and des
titute, not of Illinois, but of the natiou.
Such an establishment, with a capacity to
feed and shelter two thousand unfortunates,
would be filled in less than six months.
About 9 o'clock Wednesday night a
yoiingnian or big boy, whose name we could
not learn, commenced yelling, at a point near
Twelfth and Walnut streets, nnd yelled un
ceasingly until he reached the vicinity of
the Ohio levee. He sauntered slowly ulong
the middle of the street, and had no evident
purpose, but to annoy the people along the
route. He gave utterance to no words. It
was simply n continuous "ya- boo, whoop
pee, hoo-uh, who!" repeated certainly two or
three hundred times. Demands that he hush,
and threats to arrest him had no visible
effect; he kept right on. Twice we stepped
out il1 c!irch of l,,,licc,1,lln' bllt none could
I... f 1 t !...!: S.1...I ... ll. I..
Ill' lUUlHl. All lllllivinu.il lll'UU lllllliuij
deserving of n night in the calaboose than
this noisy ruffian, has not been developed
About 2 o'clock yesterday morning a
boy made his appearance at police head
quarters, and notified policemen Sebuekers
and Hogan of the progress of a rumpus in
the Drencher house, on the corner of 22d
and Sycamore streets. The officers named
required to the house designated, and found
two men, named Donnelly vnd Grant, both
visibly excited by liquor, nud a woman,
who is the wife of one vf ll,o men, taking
n breathing spvll. The stove had been
knocked over, the bed knocked down, and
no nrticlc of furniture in tho house ap
peared to be in its right place. The trio
had, as the boy declared, "been having a
hell of n time of it." The whole party
was taken under arrest, and shortly after
wards had a hearing before Judge Bird,
who fined them severally tho sum of $j
A day or two ng-0 a colored boy who
has been making himself useful about
Blake's paint store, stepped into the oHicc
of Mr. Gerould mid asked Mr. G. to give
him change for a five dollar greenback.
Shortly afterwards Mr. G. met Mr. ). and
nsked him if his change was correct,, nnd
was informed that the boy hu, tlllt K,(,n
sent out on any such a mission. As it was
qui to impossible for Mr. 15. to identify Mm
bill ns his own, he let the mutter pass re
solving to keep his eyes open. A short
tnno afterwards the boy made his appear
nnco at tho P. O. window, and produced
08 coppers nnd a gold 50 cent pi,,,.Ui j
nskod the postmaster for silver therefor.
Ou being questioned ns to his imsssion of
so ninny coins the Iniy cxplainiM that the
coppers werotlio accumulated gil'isof his
aunt, nml the gold coin was f0im, ; tJ0
dust. This was quite a plaiwiM,, lie to )0
given ou demand; but the n,; la (t,(,n
stolen from Mr. Bloke's safe; n. lh (( jjt
tie Inquiry dlse!os,,l the fart i!,M; rr S(lIU"
time the yomvjs'er hid h,.n ,. ,
quite ireoiy in ice cream, confections
miiis ami toys, tno conclusion was formed
that, by Some means, tho little rascal had
obtained tho combination of the safe, und
had been helping hiuiselt at pleasure. As
the theft of tho coppers and 50 cent coin
constituted tho only stealings that could bo
fastened on the boy, it was not deemed
worth while to institute proceedings against
him. The probabilities are that tho money
stolen and squandered by the young thief
n mounts to many dollars.
We made mention, some time ago, of
a confidence game played upon an old
man who arrived in Cairo en route to Mis
souri to see a sick daughter. Tho old fel
low reached tho city again Wednesday
evening, and was immediately besciged by
two men who insisted that ho take walk.
He refused, and was at one taken in hand
by an individual who is noted as tho wearer
of a great variety of hats, and this man
succeeded in beguiling him to a point near
the comer of Commercial and Fifth,
where policeman Schuckcrs happened
to see the party, and inter
fered to save the old man trom a second
plucking. He convinced the old chap of
his danger, and succeeded in persuading
him to board the cars nud return home.
The officers have their eyes on the trio that
tried to entrap the old gentleman, nnd pro
pose, ou the smallest additional pretext to
give them tho "grind bounce."
Mrs. Alice Smith, who was found in
the street opposite the Presbyterian church,
Wednesday morning, and carted to the cal
aboose, was brought out for trial yesterday,
and was permitted by Judge Bird to tell
her story. "She was sick indeed and deed
she was; and was on her way to the drug
store to procure medicine for her ailment,
when she felt herself growing worse, and
finally she fell down where she was found,
and knew no more until she awoke in the
calaboose." This she declared to be the
truth, and the imputation that she was
drunk she who had not placed her lips to
a bottle for weeks was hard, not to say
very cruel. But as the officers swore very
pointedly that Mrs. S. was drunk, limber
drunk, nnd very odorous of bad whisky,
Alice's story went for naught, and she was
lined three dollars and the official condi
ments. A stay of six days in the calaboose
is the substitute for money the court ex
acted from her.
From one of our citizens who visited
Ullin, Wednesday, we learn that the town is
in an uproar of excitement. The body of
a young infant had just been fished from a
well, where, judging from appearances, it
1m l lain several weeks. The body was
wrapped in a quilt that was recognized as
belonging to the family of Mr. Gunter, and,
in the tumult of the time, this fact was con
strued as evidence of Mr. O's connection
with or knowledge of the infanticide. He
was accordingly arrested, nnd it is said that
a preliminary examination was held, yes
terday We sincerely hope that Mr. G-
will be able to relieve himself of all suspic
ion in the ugly affair. In our opinion, if
the quilt tells any story at all, it testifks to
Mr. Guntcr's innocence. He is an intelli
gent man, and the idea tlat he would wrap
the body of a child he intended to murder,
in bed clothing that would point directly
to his own guilt, is not to be entertained
for a moment. It would not bo the act of
a sane man. Until further facts nre dis
closed it is but just to Mr. G. for hi i friends
to delay judgment.
Levi Myers, not far from the corner
of Tenth and Commercial, 'displays goods
at his door to advise passers-by what can
be found within, Early yesterday morn
ing a negro man passing along that way,
sighted u pair of shoes which he considered
well gauged to the s-izc of his feet, and lift
ing the said shoes from their nail, lie made
tracks out of that neighborhood. It was
rather a bold dash for foot wear, especially
as an officer was in ready call, and in a
minute or two was after the Hoeing criminal
at the top of his speed. The negro run
down Tenth street, evidently heading for
tho Mississippi river; and llecling it was
a run for liberty, he put in his best licks.
The policeman is not noted for fleet-footed-ness,
but his perseverance was most com
mendable. At a point opposite Kinnenr's
the negro threw away the shoes, and devo
ted his whole attention to the one purpose
of distancing his pursuer. In this he was
ultimately successful; but If he thinks he
can safely return to Cairo, any t'mc withiii
the eighteen months to come, let him make
the experiment. The shoes were picked up
nnd returned to the owner.
The large attendance at the funeral
services of Mrs, A. Lohr, deceased, held in
the Lutheran church, yesterday, furnished a
gratifying proof of the high esteem in
which deceased was held by those who
knew her, But while she is thus deeply
lamented, it is scarcely probable that she
would, were it n matter of will with her, re
turn to the life of suffering from which death
has freed her. All that money nnd medi
cal skill could do for her relief, was freely
done, but without avail. Wo are told that
a number ol years ago, she addressed an
eminent German surgeon, in the old coun
try, intending to make the trip across the
ocean to undergo tho operation that re
cently resulted in her death, if the answer
gave her any encouragement. The surgeon
replied that the chances against her recov
ery from so tcartul an on leal, were not less
than fit" out (10, Hence when she left
(tairo for Chicago she well knew thnt the
probabilities were quite nil ngainst her re
turn aliv. She nuvt have felt that she
Try The Druggist's Sundries
FIVE CENT CIGA.B !
The most pleasing smoke for the money ever offered to tho
DO NOT PAIL TO GIVE IT A TBIAL.
Lovers of the weetl who appreciate a line aromatic smoke
. will do well to try
run immrr mr
lLLE I JIUDLLM
Strictly hand-made of the choicest selection of Havana Tobacco and superior in qual
ity to two-thirds of tho Cigars imported to this country.
A. TIMAXi "WILL SATISFY
The most fastidious taste of the merits of this Cigar.
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS RETAIL DEALERS.
The above brands are especially adopted to fine trade, nnd no dealer shn;M bo
SOLE AGENT FOIt CAIKO,
Call and examine and be convinced. 1 1. ME YE RS.
was going out to her death. But the meager
hope of escaping the life that was no longer
tolerable, encouraged her to assume the
Why are not the ordinances against
the head-splitting noise of steam whistles
wiped from our statute books? Yesterday
about one o'clock a steamboat at our land
ing, blowed what seemed to b.- a never-ending
blast from the loudest and most damn
able whistle wo ever heard. Conveisation
iu all parts of the city had to be stopped
during the two or three minutes that in
fernal whitfHkeptup its dialwlical racket.
The law Hunts the blow to two seconds.
The limit is exceeded every day and almost
every hour of the day; but it is only of the
boats like that of yesterday the people com
plain. The privilege of a second or two
makes but little difference; but when the
clock marks off minutes as the interval of
the crazy noise, it is the duty of officers of
the law to promptly interfere, and inflict
upon the offenders the prescribed punish
ment. The idea of being whistled to death
or deafness is simply intolerable.
We find the following in the shape of
a Springfield special, iu the Chicago Times
of Wednesday: For five years litigation
has been in progress between the Cairo and
St. Louis railroad company and its bond
holders on one side, and the Cairo City
Land company ou the other. The suits in
volved the right of way into the city, the
depot grouuds and terminal faciltiesof the
road and of a partot the levee whi-'h protects
the city against the incursions of the river.
It would occupy too much space to des
cribe the various suits on each side which
have been brought. Hon. S.Staats Tay
lor, president of the Cairo Land company
estimates the value of the property claim
ed by tho railroad company at $lfi0,(i00,
To-day Col. Taylor and Hon. S, Corning
Judd, sohci tor, and L. M. Thompson, gen
eral manager of the railroad company, met
here, nnd tliL' whole matter has been com
promised. The railroad company is to pay
$15,0(10, is to have full possession of right
ol way into the city, depot grounds and
river frontage for an incline 'on which to
ship cars across the river, and all suits on
Loth sides nre to be abandoned and dismiss
ed. THE VERY LATEST,
Persons desirous of supply iiig Slirin
selves with the latest novelty in the way of
decorating the person, have now the op
portunity of procuring the genuine
WHITBY JET NECKLACES
the latest and "nobbiest" ornament out.
To be procured of Tabcr Brothers only.
128 Commercial avenue.
AT TUT". I'T,. NTHUS' HOUSK.
W.A.Thomas. Bloomtield, Ky.l J. .
Baton, St. Louis; J. C. Willis, Metropolis;
Jeff Armstrong, W. M. Armstrong, Evans
ville; M. Sargent, Monroe, Mich.; W. S.
Downing, Kalamazoo, Mich.; W. D. Wood
ford, Toledo, O.; E. F. Black, Chicago;
(ico. E. Livj'ring, I'mis, Ills.; W. H. Har
mnn.Jewetf, III.; J. E. Hurls. Evansvillo:
A.J.Norman, Boston; John (5. Delker,
wire st'iHsl'TRla'miE, etc,
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh nnd Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol-1
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth fir sereens,to be made up in the Infest
ami best style. Prices very low.
I'liiDn.NT people always have Dr. Bull's
Baltimore Pills convenient. Thet often
take the place of a doctor nnd cost only 33
ets. For sale everywhere.
(Ji iinuv Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro. s
"Seal of North Carolina" at the mmol
EUCiOV AM) IIAI'.XESS.
For alc f Incle t of liarurM mid a tifir'.v i.ew
dldc bar opou bu;:;y. Ajiiy at thu Hull .-tin i.:tlii
Tuesday, June 2 Itli, lb'TH. '
On theclrgaut vxciirriua oleum"
U lelcr the au!elt- of
CAIRO LODGE A. F; it A.M.
l!tfri'hnn'i;tii rurulrbt-d on lioaril nt wrr n-f. te
A tint' l'rs and tr!r.s1iiil will lie iu atiiii.liL.c
ami a irnod tlmo may lv i-xprrtrd.
TUe frlrtul of tbc oiiK r nail tbelr fsiiiillef ccnii
Ticket tnn only lie bad of tho nrdcrflcncj com
inittce. to liiKtiru freedom frnm aimmnmv of li:-irii-r
character and prevent crowding of the l iut,
l'liket for rouud trip. Ailulti, Joe.; I'Lii
dreii. from 5 to 1J year of nr. jv-.
Tlckrt miiv he mirrhawd of John Antrim. I! r
innn Myem. ,t- S. lii ard-n. J. II . Mulcaliy acd IS I'.
llluke. (.'ommi!tce of iirruneuieut.
5 CENT COUNTERS! !
TOT1IKTKADE: Tl: llimleM and mom S u r. .
till merchant) of the liny ore iturtiiiK 5 Cent I ie:n
tern. A trial will conwace. We have the on!v fin
ereliflve .' ceut Julihiuit llniiot-a in the I . S
t'f!nd fur t'utilo.'ue and particular-.
JfniA J i J Itnn.Milph St.. Clilchii j.-'..
Alu A. J I'bnmicy St.. lioloti, Ma-x ',
f l'ietr . realize
V k' "" '".at. .., ur
' ""' 'live Mock lOll
un'il on m m..,.li. ..f ...... .I..:'-.. ..... t..,.
't!W Mock ItOIlL' It
iii.il on a mnrirln of one dollar per fhare; a
Wheat on UJuri::n of one perc nt per l)Utie
Oai. Turk and l.ard to unit 4 The m,l relia1
a'i e teo-
neer ex' hnnu'e endorsed hy prem and puliiic. I-
fer to thoitsuiidx (,r tfticrcarfiil patron. 1'i.tiip 1 1 ; t
Minwliii: hor to trade. wiItiitMe inlurmntlo". et.-.,
nent free. The liir:in 1'nMic Trainee Kx. iitfe,
lr.tol ll Madl-nii Chlcu'o.
Boom and Board. s:;.00 nnd fl.oo pi r Day
Until room nnd Parlor txt'a.
All Mock'rn Jmprovc-nu'nts
tilLMOniA- SONS. Proprietor.
CAltl'KN'TEH AND (UVMACTOU.
JOHN A. POOR,
Oabpentkb and Contractor,
H0I' 03 TENTH KTKEE T,
(Mwcen Wiwhlnjrtou tuld Walnut.)
Estimates on ImiMinsa, on losses hy tire
or otlimviHC made on short notice.
A LI. work Inlriii'teiJ to him will receive prompt
Hltimtlou. and will lie e.lccittod tn Kant fuctiiry
KOEIILEIt EROS., Proprietor,
Corner WsHhltiijion Avenue nnd Eight Hlnndanit
turner I'.leveiith nnd Vhln;ton Avo.
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