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II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Elithta and Washinston Avenno.
RESIDENCE :-CoruiT Nineteenth and Wash-
f M. MAREAN, M. D.,
Ilonioopathic rhysiclan and Surgeon.
Office MO Commercial avenue. Reslileuce corner
Fourteenth St. anil Whluton avenue, C airo.
y R. SMITH, M. D.
Office and Residence:
NO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO, ILL.
JJR. E. V. WIIITLOCK,
Crrirn No. 1S8 Commercial Avenue, between
T.lflilh mid Ninth Street
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eicbth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow' and Oorphans' Mu
tnul Aid Society.
J INEGAR & LANS DEN,
OFFICE Xo. 113 Commerctal Avenue.
R. B. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R.
THMSB ARRIVE. TRAINS PErART
U11.... 4:05 a.m. I Mail 3:lua.m.
Express 2:00 p.m. Express 6:U0p.ta.
CAIRO & VIXCEXSES R. It.
Mail 10:00p.m. Mall 4:43 a.m.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
Eipre 5:10 p.m. I Express 8:4f a. ra
Accora'ilntion 10:45 y.m, Accom'dation.l2:iop. ni
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND XEW ORLEANS R.R
Mall.... 5:90p.m. Mall 5:00 a.m.
C. A. &T. RAILROAD'
Texas express. . .2:40 a.m. I Texas express. 2 :15p.m.
Accommodat'n. S::W a.m. I
GENERAL DELIVERY open i:;W a. m.; closes
(i:S0n.m.: 8undav:8to9 a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
at 5 p. m.
Tkrouir.li ETpress Mulls via Illluois Central and
Mississippi Central Railroads closeat 12:30 p. m.
Cairo unc Poplar RlulV Through aud Way Mall
e.!rss at P- m.
Wav Mull Tia Illinois Central. Cairo and Vin
oenncs aud Mlss.esippl Central Railroads close at
t). p. m.
Way Mill fsr Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at 8
Cairo aud Evansvlllo River Routo closes at ti:30
p. m. du!;y (except Friday).
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning1 Daily in Southern Illinois.
Caiuo, 111., July
Time, liar. TUer. Hum Wind. Vtl Weathej.
1:48 a m SUM
2:00 p.m i-i.'M
(i calm Fair
frl X.W. '2fi Tkreatu'it
Ii7 N.E. 11 Fair
67 XE. J Fair
.Maximum Temperature, mi; llinlmuni Tem
perature, Rainfall, 0 M Inch.
W. II. RAY,
Serj't Signal Corns, U. S. A.
Tex Cexts Worth. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else iu
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
The Finest Shop in the West is the
new barber shop just opened by Wm. Alba,
opposite Taul Shuhs' drug store. It must
be seen to be appreciated. Always clean
towels, keen razors, cool breezes ami polite
workmen. A polite porter is always ready
to use the brush and black your boots for
. cents, no need to have them blacked iu
the street. Trices of work as follows:
Shaving, 10 cents; haircut, 2 cents; chain
pooing, SI cents; other work in proportion.
A Reoilak Hack leaves the St. diaries
Hotel daily, at 8 a. m., and 1 and C p. m.,
for the Court House, running up Levee to
Sixth Street; Sixth street to Commercial
avenue; Commercial to Twentieth street;
up Twentieth to Court House. Returning
Iowa Washington avenue to Eighth; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, and down the Levee
to St. Charles Hotel. Fare eacli way. or
part of the way. 5 reuts.
Notice On and after July 1st, the prices
nt my shop will be reduced to the following
llgurcs: Shaving, 10 cent!'; hair cutting,
2." cents; shampooing, 25 cents.
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
Grateful to my old customers for their
past favors, I ask n continuance of the
tame, assuring them as well as others who
may wish to call, that all work will be
lono in first class style and workmanlike
Shop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
der County Rank. J. Geo. Steinhocse
The Very Latest From Conrad Alba's
barber bhop next door to Korsmeyer's
cigar store on Oth street, near the Lcvcc.
Trices reduced to suit the times.
Hair-Cuttino ...... . . '. . ' . " ' '. ' ', ' ' o,-,Ci
Hiumpooixo j! . . . . ,S3e!
Hu shop is cool, clean and elegantly
furnished; his razors keen; his workmen
courteous, polite and skilled. His toilet
article of the finest and work done always
girej satifaction. "
KLEEf KLEE! ICE! ICE!
Ico at wholcsalo and retail all through
tho season. Wagons run regularly to all
parts of tho city. OSlco and Ico Ilox
next to IMstol's grocery on Eight street.
The best Lnko Ice always cn hand.
OUR LOCAL VARIETY.
Mr. Calkins, State Lecturer, holds forth
in the Lecture room of the Reform hall to
night. The Cairo & Viucennes R. R. will run
an excursion train to Vinccnnes, on Sunday
tho 27th inst.
Miss Carrie Hill left yesterday with
friends for Nashville, Tenu., where slio will
spend the summer.
Mr. Pcnnebaker, at the archery prac
tice, last night, did his best, making six
successive hits, two of them in the gold.
Among the passengers of the Cham
pion yesterday, were Mrs. A. P. Oaks, of
Metropolis and Mrs. Tom Worthington, ot
Tho roof of the Comique building has
been elevated, so as to add another story to
it, tho purpose being to provide a second
tier or gallery.
We heard yesterday, that grocer Che
ney has an animal that is to be developed
into something swift, being already in
training with that end in view.
The crowd at the Hibernian hall did
not assemble until a late hour last night,
but the hall was finally filled, and it has
been but rarely indeed that our people
have enjoyed themselves better.
A grain of corn inserted in plug to
bacco is tho latest resort in that line. Wc
have had the tin tab, and bronze medal,
and now we have "corned tobacco." The
conception is worthy Kang Tschc Kiang.
The Champion, yesterday, brought
down an excursion party that included la
dies and gentlemen from both Metropolis
and Paducah. It was quite a respectable
party in both numbers and appearance.
Capt. Cole Boren who is known as one
ot our oldest and best river pilots, was in
the city, yesterday, with his family the
chief object of the visit being to obtain a
supply of Winter's matchless family group
Mr. Van Clove, assistant to Mr. George
E. O'Hara, of the Phoenix Drug Store, re
ceived a telegram; yesterday, informing
him of the dangerous illness of his mother,
and asking him to come home immediately.
Mr. V. left by the first conveyance.
Commencing at a point near the dis
tillery the Illinois Central railroad com
pany has laid down a side track that ex
tends nearly or quite a mile around the
curve. It is to be hoped that this increased
switch room will serve to relieve the levee
in front of the- city.
We were requested, by a colore 1 lady
to say to the multitude of colored people
who read The Bulletin' that the ''Young
People's Colored Association Club," will
hold a festival in the Fourteenth St. Baptist
church, this evening, with which request,
for the gratification of our multitude of
colored readers, we comply.
Cal Harris, the Cairo screcclier, who
feels called upon at short intervals to bela-
rher linlanrl, wa brought to trial, yes.
tordny, before Squire Comings. Despite
the able effort 'of Cal's lawyer, for whose
presence the trial was postponed twenty
four hours, the city made out its case, and
Cal was lined five dollars aud the costs.
With all its dust and air of savagery
the wind storm yesterday was welcome.
The day set in for a real scorcher. Not n
leaf stirred during the morning. But sub
sequent atmospheric doings atoned for the
sluggishness, and cooled the air for the
balance of the day. The thermometer ran
down ten degrees in less than ten min
utes. Among recent departures from the
city, celeritotisly ctl'ected, was that of Lou
Schomb and Lou Welch, white girls, who'
ticketed themselves for St. Louis, Ir is in.
tunated that one, possibly two or more of.
our voting people, contributed, without
knowing it until after the girls had left,
several dollars towards the payment of their
The colored man, Chraloy Glass, will
lie put upon trial f"r murder, on Monday
next. As The Bcli.etix published full
details of the atfair the day after the crime
was committed, it will be a dillieult matter
to obtain a jury, as quite everybody in the
county has, fur the reason stated, been
familiarized with the details. Mr. Leek
will conduct the defence.
The Temperance Reform Club holds
its regular weekly meeting this evening.
H. A. Calkins, Esq., the State Lecturer, aud
a most pleasing, eutertaining mid effective
speaker, will be present and address the au
dience. To insure comfort, or at least
the greatest possible exemption from heat,
the meeting will be held in the reading
room, instead of the lecture room.
Mr. Galighcr's Cairo City Mills, after n
general overhauling, and very noticeable
Improvements in many respects, were put in
motiou yesterday, and moved otf like clock
work, with scarcely a jar or tremor. With
its repairs and improvements it lias been ren
dered one of the completest establishments
of tho'kind la tho State of Illinois. The
building adjoining, which for many years
lias been used for residence purposes', will
be converted into an office.
-There are stili about ouo thousand
persons in tho city and county who should
fuel an Interest in Collector Hodges tax
sales. They form a big thing. The de
mand for the encumbered property Is eager,
uud there is no reason why It shouldn't be.
All the detects of the old law have been
cured, and the Investe ot cash In tax lands
is insured big returns, If the property is re
deemed, and a No. 1 deed if It is not re-
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
deemed. After all the notices that have
been given no one, certainly, can blamo
Collector Hodges if ho sells them out. Ho
has given almost "tearful" notices of what's
going on in at least tour out of every six
Bulletins that have been published smce
the cemmencement of the sale.
Tho oppressive weather of tho past ten
days has, by no means, been confined to the
limits of the Cairo levees. Ouo of the lady
teachers of tho Cairo public schools, writ
ing to a Cairo friend trom Sycamore, Illi
nois a point in the latitude of Chicago,
nearly says, "two weeks ago when I ar
rived here, the people wero complaining of
hot weather. Now they gasp !" Upon one
occasion we were within four degrees of
the gasping point; but ouly once.
A petition was circulated yesterday,
aud received the signature of nearly every
body to whom it was prcseuted, asking the
city council to repeal the ordinance that
prohibits the running at large of horses,
mules, etc. It is urged that the ordinance
imposes a heavy expense upon poor peo
ple, who are thus deprived of tho privilege
of turning their animals out to graze, and
operates to the advantage of nobody, as
horses and mules confine their grazing to
the commons, and are not seen upon the
streets except when going out or returning
home. Up to 4 o'clock p. m. only three
citizens had refused to sign tho petition.
The friends of the ex-City Attorney in
sist that he made the circuit of the park
twice in eight minutes. As this is equiva
lent to seven miles And a half an hour the
up-stream speed of an average good steam
boat, we must credit the ex-Attorney with
a very rleet-footed performance, provided
always the friends tell the truth. It may
appear presumptious to "buck-up" against
facts so positively stated, but we don't be
lieve that the man is alive who can walk
twice around the pari; course in eight min
utes. Weston made very respectable time,
but during his intervals of running he
failed to mark off seven aud a half miies
Tiie Champion and Fisk landed, at
Mound City, yesterday afternoon, together.
There was a crowd ot blackberry pickers
on the wharf, aud the self-constituted
agents of both boats were quite active and
would have divided the crowd quite equally
had it not been for a remark made by the
mate of the Champion. The remark was:
"Come aboard; we'll take you down for
nothing." Of course to a majority of
the. crowd the invitation was invsist-
able and there was a rush for the deck of
the Champion; but a half dozen or more
declared that they were not "going back on
their friends" and boarded the FUk. As
this sticking to one's friends involved the
expenditure of ouly five cents, tlic devotion
was not such as the historic Damon showed
A Texas steer jumped the fence that
encloses the I. C. R. R. cattle yard, night
before last, without touching hide or hoof.
A reward of $ was offered for tho animal's
capture, and quite a number of young men
essayed the job, but without success. Af
ter kicking over a mule or two and chasing
u drove ot dogs about half an hour, the
steer was driven into Mrs. Smith's cattle
yard, around which the fence is very strong
and about seven feet high. It was now
thought the beast could be captured with
out much more ado; but tins conclusion
was a little premature. Taking a run and
jump to it, the steer cleaved the fence with
apparent ease. What was subsequently
done this deponent saith not; but presumes
that the obstinate creature lias "jumped
The clock had just t tiled off mid
night, yesterhy morning, when Lettie
Coleman banged up Squire Osborn, and in
formed him that sin- couldn't stand it any
longer. The abuse her husband had heap
e l upon her was insufferable, and she
wanted ii warrant for him. The Squire
heard her story, which was a tale of long
and patient suffering submission to cruel
words and savage blows, enough to break
the back as well as the heart of aimost any
female. The warrant was issued, and trial
fixed tor 2 o'clock iu the atternoou. That
hour arrived, and the next, and finally Let
tie arrived to inform the Squire that she
had compromised with her husband, and
would not anpear against him. He had
agreed to give her a divorce and leave her
to herself, and she'd agreed to give him a
divorce and leave him to himself, and go
away from each other forever. And thus,
in a very summary manner, was an offence
against the State compromised, but the Cir
cuit Court was relieved ot the trouble ot
entering up a decree in a divorce case.
The rivalry between the Cairo and Pa
ducah packets, Fislctuid Champion, has cre
ated an intense feeling all along (he route,
the intermediate patrons of the trade en
tering into the spirit of the thing mor0
earnestly than those of tho termini. Pub
lic sentiment is so nearly equally divided
that talkers or champions fur both boats
can always be found where us many as
two or three meet together. Quite recently
tho 1 a re from Cairo to Pudueah has been re
duced to twonty-fivu cents, including meals,
and both boats glvo luxurious feeding, Tho
worst feature of the rivalry is the frequent
racing. Tho crowd on board, .sharing tho
excitement, urge the ofiicers to put their
boats to the utmost speed, utterly forgetful
of the danger to which they are subjected,
carried away by the one ambition to' come
in ahead. It is a most fortunntu thing
that both packets h:uo careful engineers,
who prefer a defeat in a race to an "explo
sion, otherwise we should hVl. Jtrn eanCfl j
FRIDAY MOKMNtf, JULY
upon to chrouiclo a sad disaster sometime
ago. Where the rivalry is to end, it is
difficult to determiue. At tho present tar
iff of charges, the result will bo bankruptcy
to one or the other. It is only a' question
cf time. Meanwhile, cannot cool headed,
outside frionds step in and suggest a basis
ot a compromise?
The Board of Health should not' have
permitted the removal of the debris from
beneath the old Rose building to Thirteenth
street. To expose such earth at all is bad
enough, but to spread it on a public street
is one of tho "low lagoons" of the city, is
to invito all tho low typo of fevers, and to
imperil the health of tho neighborhood
otherwise. The earth, or, more properly
debris used, is from beneath one of the
oldest buildings in Cairo, and part of it
from within a few feet of the privy line, as
old as the building itself. Wc heard yes
terday evening that tho Board
had decided to stop the filling,
at least ' with that kind .of ma
terial, It such a conclusion was reached,
all right. If not, then such an order should
be issued nt once. A gentleman who re
sides on Thirteenth street informed us yes
terday evening, that tho filling not only
gives out a pestiferous smell, but has drawn
to the neighborhood, myriads of green
Mr. S. F. Suit, president of the Wash
iugton City aud Point Lookout Railroad
has either never learned or has forgotten
that there has been a change in the manage
ment of The Bclletix, else, lie certainly
would not have written us the following
letter: "In 1800," he writes "I bought a
large lot of old whiskies for my Louisville
house; but retiring from tho firm and con
eluding to dispose of the whisky I have
hail it carefully bottled and packed i:
boxes. Now, assuming that you are gentle
men of taste, and have a relish for whisky
that is indisputably pure, old and good,
assume you will thank me for the opportun
ity I offer you to supply yourselves from
this lot. I will deliver you a box of one
dozen bottles, free, for fifteen dollars, which
will be sufficient to establish its reputatio:
Your further orders it will not be necessary
for me to solicit, for y ou will find it as rej
resented, old and good." That sort of
letter to The Bn.LETix,thc eyes of whose at
tachos are kept constantly sore by the shim
iner and gleaming of red ribbons, is a huge
joke, unless, as we have intimated, Presi
dent Suit lias forgotten that anew manage
ment has been installed. He might, how
ever, press to acceptance a half-dozen bot
ties on tho editor, who has un idle curiosity
to see it it is good tor camphor. But in
any other way, not a drop.
Hon. John R. Thomas was in Chicago
recently, and not being of the caliber of
the men who are interviewed, he evidently
sought out an opportunity to ventillate his
notions of the political sltuatiou and pres
ent outlook. The editor of the Evening
Journal gave him ear, and learned that
"Mr. Thomas is not only ready for the
campaign of 1SS0, but that he believes that
thechief issue will be between Republican
ism and permanent Union and Democracy
aud disunion." If Mr. Thomas really be
lieves what he says lie believes, he is the
most positive and unimpeachable uss ever
sent to Congress. If he doesn't believe
what he says he believes, he is dishonest
and that's the end of it. He does not know
and cannot name a single Democrat in the
North wiio favors disunion. He cannot re
fer to a county, township, ward or precinct
Democratic meeting, either in the North or
the South, that has declared for a separa
tion ot tho States. He never heard from
tiie lips of any Democrat the expression of
even a hope that the pcrmntieucy of the
Union would lie put in issue. This being
true, Mr. riiomas has no more cause for be
lieving that the Democratic party will de
clare for disunion, than he has for believing
that future Republican Congressmen will
serve without pay. Men who know that
Mr. Thomas is not an ingrain fool, can only
hold him in contempt for such silly and
ridiculous expressions; men who do not
know him will hold him a blatt.int ass. and
Egypt as disgraced in sending such a man
to the National Assembly.
While almost any man's nasal organs
are sensitive enough to detect a stink, and
while everybody's experience and observa
tion have been such as enable him to de
termine what ingredients under the action
of the sun will emit obnoxious odors, but
comparatively few men can determine
what combinations of matter will give out
unhealthy exhalations, etc. Many vapors,
gasses, etc., that are comparatively odor
less, and others that are odorous, but not
offensively so, are kuown to be deleterious
to health. Hence, in pursuing sanitary
labors, the brain must como to the assist
ance of the nose. Mr. W. W. Wootcn is a
gentleman of good practical common sense.
He has shown himself faithful and fear- j
less in tho discharge of his (duties. Mr,
Pat Collins who has been named as Mr.
Wootcn 's assistant in the Frst ward ; Mr,
Merriman, in tho Second ward; John Cor-
null, in the Third ward; M. P. Wootcn, in
the Fourth ward, and Ogden Bonner, in
tho Fifth ward, are, perhaps, as good men
as tho Mayor could have selected with nny
probability of their acceptance ; but, while
all of them will perform their duty ns they
understand if, faithfully and conscientious
ly, none of them profess to he skilled or
experienced sanitarians. They doubtless
have their own notions as to what consti
tutes cleanliness, and as to what are held
as tho chief safe-guards against epidemic
diseases, and those notions may be eminent-
ly sound and practical; but, as we have
already intiiuutod, it is not given to every
body to know where the whole danger
all tho menaces to tho health of our people,
may be found. This being true, beforo
our sanitary work is ' pronounced
finished, our physicians, or as many as three
or four of them, should be persuaded to or
ganizo themselves into a supervisory board, TnAT ACTs) AT TE 8AMJJ TJME 0N
and as such, to make the rounds of tho jT T r
city, examine what has been doue, how it "L LlV LIv,
has been done; what remains to be done,! TIIE BOWELS
and how that should bo done, and then, w nrlvrvc
report to tho Board of Health, offering AND THE AlDlNL J C.
such suggestions as iu their superior wis- Pu'rVuTdSeJ01'011 K'Vv' 11 wouUtrfl11 P0"
iiomtneymay conceive to be required.
I Ins service would, if asked, be rendered
tree of cost, through a humane impulse to
serve tho public; and in any event would
involve an expenditure that would prove
trifling when compared with the end to be
BAD NEWS FROM MEMPHIS.
HccouM have hoped lor better news KJpNKY complaints, vwnahy hib
from Memphis; but feci constrained to t. fSNffl &K
give what comes, good or bad. IY ,
- P 'faOrlng free action or tlicsa organs and netor-
Mayor llustiewooa received a dispatch fth;r streiiutu anil power to tuiow off disease.
yesterday evening, from the Secretary of i VWb su"" Billion, pains and ach?
r i) i err wi .i . Woo tormented with Piles aud Constipation?
the Memphis Board of Health, stating that fcWby frI(.btl!ne(j om dlsordoR1(1 K1(,Jy, ,
five new cases had developed themselves in endnro nervous headaches and siecpUm
the city during the day. From other gu KJDNEY-WOHT Slid rejoice in lleaith.
sources tho Mayor learned that they were Jjj It i a dry, vegetable compound and
confined to one family. If this be true, package will make tlx quarts cf Midkint'.
it gives rise to the hope that they nrc 2J u of your r,'"fa''-- tc win order It for yoa.
chari'eal.le tnteifle Wnl ,.n o.l
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lutiiuses nun iiuiy eiieci me wnoic city.
Our authorities will not act precipitously,
but when it is found necessary to again
quarantine against Memphis, the quaran
tine must be and will he of a character
that will completely and absolutely shut
usofflrnm all communication with 'that
Wasted Furnished rxmi, with or with
out board. Address A. B. Choate, care
Wanted a Boy learn the printer's trade
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must bo a good reader, have some knowl-
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edge of punctuation, be able to read mami -
script readily, and be not less than 15 years
old. Apply at The Bvlletis office from
8 to-9 a. m.
The Cairo ic Viucennes railroad passen
ger train leaving Cairo at 5 a. in., (after
sunrise) makes same connections for Indian
... .,, ,
npolis, Cincinnati, Louisville and other
i- . , . . , .
Lastem points as trains of othe r roads
leavng before daylight, or.before sunset of
niuht before. Going via Vinccnnes (the
oniy iiirect line) you avoid what cannot be
avoided by other lines; you avoid cither
being hauled 1U0 miles out of your way or
lying two to tweve hours at a little country
depot, waiting for connecting train. At
Viucennes connecting trains are standing at
mion uepot on our arrival, giving pas-en-;
gers just time for dinner.
Parlor car scats from Vinccnnes and
sleeping car berths from Indianapolis or
Cincinnati reserved on application.
For rates or tickets apply to
L. B. Ciu uf :i. Passenger Agent.
AT THE PI.ANTEIis' HOC'SE.
James Dickinson, Dexter, Mo; J. C. Jenk
ins. Lebenon. TenniT. H.Cumby.St. Louis:
J. D. Burk, Paducah; F. Oallager, Coving-
tou, Ky; Mrs.Tayber, Hickman, Ivy; Sam
uel Jackson, Vienna; L. P. Landry, CV.pe
Girardeau, Mo; ('. C. Langston, Bostona,
Mo; Reed Schmidt, St. Louis; ('. Murphy,
St. Louis. t
Ice, Ice Whoi.ks.u.e and Retail in
large or small quantities, Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
Hire Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders nt my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, cm Eighth street, or nddress
me through the post-office.
F. M. Waup.
DIXON SPRINGS, ILLS.
These springs 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 and
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
boding, spring mattresses, etc. The sprint
are situated in a high mid healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenerv: and
their medical qualities, not excelled by anv,
w - J T -
are too well known to need any comment.
hey are supplied with an abundance of
ce, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strictest attention to the comfort ot
guests is guranteed till for the small sum
of !?$ per week. Special rates to families.
J. R. Bitowx & Co., Proprietors.
May Soth, 1870
AS WE SOON INTEND TO MAKE OUR
uutIiuscs of winter goods, we are de
termined as a menus of closinjr out our
present stork' of seasonable goods, to
oiler them at actual first co st, nnd will
on Monday next and until further no
tice, have marked down in price our en
tire stock of Clothing and Gent's Furn
This Is bona-llde, and to convince
yourselves, we desire your personal in
spection. Our stock is fresh, seasonable, stylish
and of the best makes iu the market.
and we would advise an early call be
fore the stock is broken, to avail jour-
selves of the extraordinary offer. ,
COLDSTIXE & ttOSEXWATfllt,
138 4 UO Commercial Ave.
BUOOY AND HARNESS
For sale, Inslu et of harness aud ( nearly new
idif Imr jinen liitL'iry. Apply at t!i
! flie Only Known Remedy
Kiiy are we Sick?
ecauee wo allow theso great organs to becorao
L'i'U or torpid, and polrouous humors uro there-
lorceu ILlo llio niuuU mat mould be expelled
t fTArtlVPCO Tit T L U 'liViiftt IllTtiV
7fLL!. "AKD&OJ, A CO.. Proprietors
I YTITT7TAtlve parties to net i.s
AllJjIr;W;il ,' ;
the sale of our rn :,i.t!i s.
Business respectable. (ieoiU sell uplUijr.
" jiujt u mir :i:nrj una eipwu-es, or n
ernl Conimir'i'ion on suits. Kruw ; i to
a month can be made by live me:.. Hare
ce lor making mottv. K.-terem r.-it'.!red.
Address. Till I'M PI! MK l. C O
JI'j Monroe t. I bicago. lit.
I CENT COUNTERS!!
'THE TRADE: The Busiest and most S'.iro
I tnerchiiMs of tLc dnv are starting 5 (Hit ( o'in-
AtriaUiiiconvij.ee. w have the m.:v to
tcluslve S cent Jobhitg Houses ll. the U. !v
jerSecd for Catalogue and particulars.
SHI Si S'.' Randolph St.. Chlchicago.
Also 56 4 Chauncy St., Huston. Muss. J
?. fm, . sa. .
s uiiiikiu ui viiv ooiiur per snare: aiso
P"' 011 nrcm of one percent per bushel. Core,
us. Pork ar.d Lard to suit. The id rv"ah!e mo.
tr exchange endorsed by press M.d public. l
!Lfr,l'n vTt!f c.ht.,B? !',",,:ic l''iuce Exita!.
linn ne vjta,. ,, .
'FYTnYVJ Evep our..l or lL;srv.
lluOlUA.J.';v''u hi' "fi-iiier.t or bi.v "i
disease entities a s.iii!:, r i f 4
r .ate war to a pension. All pensions bv tj.e law k
.Tan. ls-tli, bi giu it dale (,f discharge or' .. .-.. r.f vt
soldier. All entitled should apply at .,j.ce t
'Us.-mds who are now drawing pensions are , a-
;" iurp-nsr. iojii:ers ar,d widows cf tf.e f
of IMS. and .Mexican war. f.t,,i,'..i t,..i . .
i a cases only J;o.(..i Si-ndtwo s:ai-.i . '.it
MoVf.s AND TIN V. ARE.
y M. I)AVIDOX.
Tin. Sheet-lion ami Coiijier.
COOKING ,V I IE ATI NO
Tinware ar.d Hollow w;ue of (-wry
Be. rwart's eld stand. or. E..-! th strut
CA1KO, .... i;Un,i.
Horif.r.i: and Oitiiertr-j n srer'.VM
of work sklilf::llv v.: d ytv.:: tlv pv-f.
prices made :itllac!i.ry '
MtTt'AL AID SOCIETY,
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Oriraiilwd July litlt, l:',;7, Under the I,ris:it
thi1 State of Illinois, ('opyrl'h'od July
It, ll77. under Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STKATTOX, Pke'ident.
Nil. P. A. TAYLOU, . Vu e I'hesii.knt.
Da. J.J. (iOItl)OX, . Med. Advisou.
THOMAS LEWIS, SKer.ETAiiv.
BOARD OK MANAGERS:
J.J. OOKDON. Phvslclan..
Mrs. P. A.TAI.OI!, Superintendent of
Schojls, Alexander Countv "
Mrs. E. V, Koltl), Variety Bracket Store. '
J. A. UOLDM'INE. of Cioldsllne Jc Ho
senwuter, Whulesule- and Hetull Dealers
In Staple and I'll ney Dry Hoods "
N. H. TIIISTLEWOOD, of Hlnkle A
Thlstlewood. Commission Merchauts,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors "
S. 1). A YE UtS, of Ayers & Co,, Commis
sion Merchants u
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Manager
and Attorney at Law " ti
WM. STHATTON, of Stratton & Bird,
' Wholesale Orocers u
GEO. M, ALDEN, Commission Mer
chant, 78 Ohio Levee i
JAS. S. ItEAHDEN, Ajtent Mississippi
Valley Transportation C'ompauv "
IIAKKISON HOCPT, Watchmaker and
Jeweler , u
('HAS. K. STUAKT, Wholesale aud Ku
tall Dry Ooods and Notions '
EDWAHl) A. Bl'OEIt, Manufacturing
Jeweler nml Wholesale Dealer lu
.W.!.,rmf,kt"2X!)21,?, 11,1,1 Material "
EU,W,,N U' EONEW, Proprietor St.
Charles Hotel , i.
HAZEN LEIUHTON, Commission Me'r'.
ehant u u
Dr. EinVAKD It. HOE. U. 8. Marshal
HouUiern mstrlct Illinois Snrlupfleld, Ills.
Mrs. 8. A. A EKS, Vllln RMite "
VTc11' SBRI,V,lu, Pnylclan.. Indianapolis, I ml
JAS. M. 1) EL ATT, lteal Estate
t ii ? -T v. '".' Grand Junction, Temt.
" UlLLE Merchant Murlda'n.Mlss.