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Qormun Physician.
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I . h ! . iiii ' ninl Wudiliurlnii nii-nu.-
nnv uooim.
Stuart & Gholson,
New Arrival
-i hi -in mi i
GOODS
AT A
OUHAT CONCKSHION I'HOM
I'OltMUK PHICKH.
U' call tho uttcntlou or very
buy. r or DRY QUODS to the following
IPHCIAI.TIUS;
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uinl. m.i.i' liimM Ki' "'" t''l. scun llil vain-
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I ikIhIi Iri-'f. iii-.ir I iiiinirirll anrtw
NEW STOCK
- i.i
DRY -GOODS
COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
COUNKIl SKVKNTH ST.
1I1TE Jse OKKKK tuku ulcnsuro in
cillliiK tho uttuiition of th jmbllo to
th fact that they nr in rpcelpt of a
Urin uml wrll-asiBOrtfil Mtock of
Staple and Fancy Dry-Goods
Coiiblbtlnif, In nart, of u hiU line of
DKESS GOODS
Such aa
Silks, Poplins, Porcalos,
(II iivory iloHciiptlon uml finality.
STAPLE GOODS
Hncli Hi
llli'iiclii'il ami Iti'iMVii .11 Me
lius, 1'l IlllH. C lOlllS.
'assiiiH'iM'.s,V'sl-
FANCY GOODS
Such (i
Kiiiln'oiai'vli'N.TriinniinKK
olions in urcai vnuuty,
Htits. Boots. Shoes, &c.
Ml mo (nvlteil to cull una iixiunlin
ooibt uml nrlcen ;ooroiu iurciiiiuiK
iIbhwIihib.
I'AI.VT AMI OILS.
B. P. PARKER,
-rHi-fcli'l- lln- , ' i 1
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wull rnjior, Window aiatiH.'Win-
UOW oliuuuu,
Alwayi on li.mil, ll' u'li-lirol IlliniiliUllijir
A I! i ton V OIL.
t3ro' ulldiuKi
Comor Elevonth Strtet una Wanlilur.
White ft Qreers
41
S N I A V
AHIHI.n li.N TS.
ATHENEUM !
two man is oni.yi
rnniAY mi satuhijay, NOV. HO and 21
SATURDAY MATINCC.
U-G120. T.j. XOX.'W a
New York Multiply Uuinpty Troupe
iNHnl
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I. Ill
I I.
II T I.I it .
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Aljliajrir
IMPOIITANT ANNOUNCKMI'.NT.
I'lii' i.ii'H Miiirnfll.i I'liil'iiiilinli' Ail nii.1 . ntl v
Gi:o. l. rox,
III ..I'.IVU.
IIUMl'TY DUMI'TY IN PIinSON
WIkim- ih-v i.mr Ihiii iii:ilol In 1 1
tiltu.i 1 4 f.l Anirrli'aii ln.l-i liinil 'I lii' tliiuliit"
nf iiili' ulxMI f ' lulilpl furllii' M iinin
l r i.r ii-.iK lillinl .) Il.i lr Ull-ll iii.l.iiitr :ni.
li.nrl I.iii)i1il. r, IlK' iiii.lnilnlli"l miiibril' nl
till' Alhi lllMII lililiulill
-miii.iiii.ImI In Mil- i. Hli rrniiii'll. Willi I.I
l.riilliiT, Mil. CAM I. II I'AM'AliDN.
c. u. rox,
llr Mill ,i,..i iii lii, L.. ml. I id L I'.iikli.Miix
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"HUMPTY DUMPTY"
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A liilll
PAN10MIMIC
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Sl'KCIALlTY
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im. -niiiil Him ii- lii lilil,c, ill II
llurini in -
W II. STUICKLAND, A;eut.
II. K. PAKMKLKK, Builneu Ayeut.
ATHENEUM
XPoxvi' ZClelxtM Only :
NOVKMBEH IC, 17, 18 ami It).
I!, .i ,r..li,v ,.f Hut ilutmlliK aii'l ,r-.il,.
ulll.n
Katie Putnam!
-Illjl.ll, t III. jl Ml.l M.llllll 111
or. a-. auiaXjivA-N
AND A I'OWKHFUr. COMPANY.
Monday Kvcnini;, November lfltli :
"PANCHON!"
tiii: nticiti'r.
Fanchon,
in kit
llw MiiTlr-ll
r ll.i iii nit
kiii pi ISAM
ChutiKO of Bill Eaeli Night.
Pun i.- i i- in 11. 4-niiI mi.- T'i
niil-: l..n.i.il .ini -kjii '.iiiiiH
Sunt Socui'aiI without extra clinrie
at D. Ilartuiiiu Store,
ii ii M
CITY NEWS.
It ii lu Ii ! 'IVuiilHr.
All (It .iiriiiirllH'lil' uio siIhiiiI i.iii-
ili'tiil I'm' tin- Knight-Ti'iiiptor'- rcil-
i tn Id NVu Orli-.in-.
TIihI lliirlirr Kli..i.
i.ii-Hi im. tlic r.lhth -n.it luiliir.
Ii.i xi'iinil tin' Ii.iiImt wlinii iiii tm.-iiil I he
tiiiiiiir'riiiiiiii-iii IMiii, on her dip to
N'ru (lilitilii Willi tin' Knilil-'IVnii:ilr-.
linum- l J mm-.
.. will lio ii'ii liy ri'l'i'ii'iitf to Hull'
linn' lulili' in iiiiiitlnti' coliiiiin, tln Imin-
on tin' llliniiii i i htrnl niiiinrni ui:iiik'
linii- lit Vi oVIoi'k lo-ilny.
.Mllllni: I'nrl.t.
A hihhIm-i- hi' young i'Opii of tliU city
ui nl in MU-i.uri mi ii iiiillln (i iir-inn
ji-li ii;iy,niiil liml ajfooil llnii'i'iii'nilly.
"llii'V n-tiiriDil hIxiiiI i'MiI o'rliwk l:l-l
owiilnjr.
HlllM-llllf Sl'llOOl.
I'liil. I!ihi . iihi.llt 10 opi'll !l (l:IIK'lllr
-i IiikiI lii tin- l.llMml Iti lliiiii! li:ill,vlurli
pioiill i - to Ik 11 Mlinllll ,1'llli'tpli-i'.
Tin' li-t ot' --holiu- I- lioniliil with tin
iiiiini'- of Mr. I'. It. ViMnlMinl :in- lr.
I! . I'.il'.'litini.
lllliiiill'il Wllir. .
I . ,M. Stoi Kili ill li:i ifirhiil an impor-
Itlllll III' II lllilllll Ol' Willi' Clllll'll Oppl'll-
ln-liiu-r (Inlillicr"-. iiiniiiilaitiii'i'il on tlio
nnk of the Kliim-. '1'liU 1 llio lir-t ili-
iii t Importation of lite In V.ilro. It I
lino plfinllil.
t "
lllllOlll'll IIIU--I'.
Mr. (.. T. Wlilllorl. iiiin liiiTil fit llliln-
ratio. UN.. :i hiriri lirowii lull ItloiHlnl
nli'i'H"!'!- Iior-i'. It U ;iltl In- cm w
owr I ho L'loiiiitl in ii- man iwo-nuiw
'I'lil. iiiiiv Ik'Hiii'. Init to iliMimii-lriitf II
to a iitiiiIiiU . wonl'ln'l nlijii'i to tak-
Injr ji ilri(. iM'liiuil llil. Willi Toiiuny
luililliitr tlii'i-lliiinn".
Wnli li Sl.ili n.
A thief met Daniel Doyle, a i;eutlemaii
from the country, on ( ouuilereial aieliue
Kild.iv nliflit. mnl a'kcil hint to Inform
Mm of ihf hour. -Mr. Diiileluiiuieeniiy
drew nut hi" wali-ll wlilfh Hie theil
Ih-iI ami ran away.
I'.iiilfi-lliitii i.i . Tij. I'.le.
I'er-oii. wl-liln to puieliiM' anylliiii;
ill the ennfeelloliery line diuulil I.IIUW
ili:it I'lnl Nimi ha. ii lariio a iment ol
line eaiulie.. Ini-.rle., which will he .tile
i,. iiIoilo hiivor.. t all on I'hll liefoie
... (... .. , ...
hiyln'-' cl-ewhcre.
lite.
A llie Wli. ili-eover.-d III II elollie. eo-cl
tn the dwelliiiL' ol Mr. A, NKinka. on
Ohio l.evei'. ahoiit 111 nVloek, I'lttl.iy
i, I, .hi. ami Wil. lint etill"lll.lotl lllltll
the ll.tine. hail ealen up i lothliio; to tin
uiiiiiiiiii'iil'SIIMi. helniijiliur to Mr, Sn-
i:.iiil;.i mnl liuiillv. The orlulll of llie lire
1 iinkliowiu
iiiU'lilui:.
-;i I Sinirilnlomli'lir (ialllunii haK
completed slime koimI work on Klyhth
-tifl't.'holwecn Coniniorelal and Wah-
hiulnii iiM'iiues. Arldo liinil lint ditch-
ho' he ha. coiisll llcleil wooden seweiv
In conuecl wllh the main ones ouhotli
aveniies, ninl lias- i.i'n ti nue a hi c i a
. , .. . ... .ii. i ..i
V.hln;lm avenue, hciwceii r,imn mm
Mxtll Micets. ,
t'oiniiiff.
The (.eo. L. Kox lllieniiylHiil iiiimpiy
Diimiitv) trouiie will he hi Cairo Trlday
and Saturday, aiiil Will jjlvo a mutlnce.
rtitnnl.iv alti'i nnoon. TickeU will ho on
sale at llartmiiu'.. cnniiiieiiclu'' Weihio-
I.ij iiuhiiIii.'. ThU I- (hip of Die lies!
Iroupo. Iraiollins, ninl wr hopo lo m-p
Hioiii well palionii'il li.V tin liner. o
Tun In Cal n l.
Itnie llnll. '
Tlio lilli'Uilt,:i'it:ill Willi of I'.uliiiiili
Weill lo Now Oile;mtf, piny n malili
oiHiii'ol'ltall with tlilfoM. f:; l.ei) t-liili
ol'llial oily. Tliey playeil.nnil o'ol win ninl
to llio tin,,. f ty-lx to nine, 'l lio IM
ilmali oliili will tin Iftplay iiifalir! a -t it
like Hie M.ir- ol'Cjilio, lull lliey cnn'l e
peel lo win in n in uYli with ki n l a i lull
ll til o Unlit. II. I.ih..
Willie A. (Jreer.
IVIiile ,V (Iieer, dry immI inon liruit,.,
li.1iJii'l le. ejve;l ii full line olMiiple uml
I'.iiiey dry kooi'N, nuilonJ, lumu ninl
-lint", whlCli 1 1 fry olfer In the puhidt u
Very low pilee, Tliey I'Mcinl ii -.,rHnl
lilMlatioii lniill Who nre in in-i-il i.l , i, i,
Ill their line, uinl num tlti ni lliev i-m ,1.,
.'W well lt III. lii :inny Ikuim' In iho ,Uv.
Komi llii'lr .iilviill'eiuriit ninl Jiulje for
JfHH'.i'lw.V ,
: llenlli.
. lli li'iilMeeliaii. niotlier of .liiniiw
I'lioiiia Alii liail. ilieil lit. tin-1(.
Ml
uml
ili'itce oi lli( lornier i-irly.Salnnl.iy iiiorn
in'. on AWiMiIiiIoii nveime. Muitii
I'Ui'lllll mill Tlllllecillll -till:!-. The
I'uiierill wlfl tnke pl.iec lioiii llie liuii'e o
lln--aiiie III liair-pa-t 1 o'eloi k p. lit. to.
il.iy. 'I'liolrntn leavi'. the loutol Klulitli
i-llvel at :V) p.m. fur Villa Ilkli-e. The
Ii !- 1 nf I hp Mindly mv im ile.l lo ulleml.
Itllolllllllll.llll (.'tlllll.
U iii. Linker, rfpro'ciiiliiir I). v. Ir-
ulu C r ( 'liieiiii, teiiil. iu the I'ul-
lotting 'imitation- on "iniu ninl provU-
loii.:
.VovenilMT w jidit. SJ, '
liii-cnilx r wliest.'.m.
XoveinlMT corn, "r.
IIii-ciiiImt eoiii, "!'. 4
Niim iiiIht oat-. I!J. ,
Veur oalw. I!ij,
N'oVeilllter Itailev. $I.:!H.
I'ork. SIS.x;,
l.anl. fiVi UttViK:
Slltnrl A- (iltitl.nn.
Milan .'i. 'iliul-ou.. iiuw arrival of ilrv
-'ooil-atooiH-ii anil upon their 1 n-1 anil
a more eleyiiut lot of inirr-IMii lilaek
nlap.ieas llaiiileU, I'.nis hlaukuN, jri-lit.
umli.r-lilrt. ami ilruweri, felt -1. ! r I -.
Waler-priMil'.. eolloii llanml.. Iiloaelioil
iml Iiiowii ((iiinii., kid xloviv.ct-.. ii ha.
iieii-r hii'ii imr'iiiiil foitiiiiotiiliink iipoii.
IiiiiH A I, Inilin mv alwaj. up with the
lline.. hut llil. linn I l,.-y een .'iiipa..
tlieiiiM-hf. iiollio.i i I'.ill, von who
are In in oil of dr "ei.. aiol mui will
prulil hi il.
Itlllll' I'lllllMIH.
Tly aiiient of thl. clim-niliijf ami ver-a-
tile act it-., in iiiii'iiili-l,nii noM .Momlav,
.iiVi-iiilh-r llilh, e.ill. to n-cnlli-olliiu lliat
aim i- llie plan- In whieli I'litiiam
hail llie ili-iiMin- of ilr-t iipjiomiujr t,,.
hiwnl.. I'h it our iit!ein will turn
out mui weh nine Hit lr f.nnrile, I' an uu
ili'iiHi'i f.it'l, ainl we. -i. ure our reader.
Ileil tfiey will enjoy a drnmalle hvat.
when it I- known that Ml Kalle ha- o
lertiil a. her lH'iiiiif pteee the cliariutii''
il.mii-tli' dr.iiu.i, l'ainlion. iho friekei,"
III whieli eliar.ieler, il i. -alii, .lie -talni-IUim
inlm nt. wliliout a Hvul.
,. ilnr. t'liilliioi-.
. .Mar.. deiilor In men', and hovV
rlnihiiijr, I'liinl-liiii x""1'-. inorroco
l'i'rt, hat-, etui-, trunk., etc.. i. now mr-
pan-il tn .luiw one of Iho ino-t .upi-lh
.lock out .ecu in tlii. eoiniuiiiiily, mnl
wliil'll i. lielll" .old at Iho lowe.-t prices.
Mr. .Miii a ha piimmiiviI mi in-lriiinoiit hy
wlilfh lie can make the uio-t mi foci lit.
tin'' -ilk hat. He iiiakco the manufac
ture of a .jtccially, .mil ha. ai'ipitrcd a
knowliil-'o of the iraile whiill few men
have had Ihooixluck lovt, liontli
men who wi.li a poifeol lltllniraml f.i-h-iouahle
hat, -Imnlil call on Marx, at Xo.
Ttmhlo Levee.
ll.iiiiiiliiiiiiiiii.
'I'hcie wa- .onie ill-appoliitinont ex-
pif .-oil o. lln- uieiiUH-r. ol the uill-ie
coiuiiiittco ol tlio Motlioili.t church, that
lliey tlitl not .iicceod In ltorfcoilii'' ai-
r.iiiciiii nl. to cnahle Mei-.rs. Ilarclay A
Moai n- to si' the.lr ailniirahle re mlltlou
of llie cdohraleil oraloito, "Oiileoir.
It. iml." Thci weie itiiahli' lo procuif
the appropriate iii-lrunioutal aooompaiil-
mont -a li.md-nr;ran mnl a vlolincello of
;ooi Iiiih-i.. and In eou.eiiioiico till- rare
luu-ical tivat wa. po-tpnncd until the
lii't entcrtaliuiielit, when the committee
hope to lie mine m-ci'-.ful. We iiiu-l
not foiyot to iiioutiou .Mr. Itaiclay'. ..lite
pel foi iiiance on llie nrjraii, which ollcllcd
ii-af apiliiu-o mnl ili-playcd a reat deal
ofaliilln.
Iliule ISi'iilln'r..
I). iV W. l'.uilcr take "ifat piido In
uiiiiiiuii'in to tlio people oi l 'atro ami vi
cinity, dpt they now have on hand the
Iai-"i--l mid lliie-t arr.iv of holllilay
plf-eiit. ever hloil"llt In llil-I'll V. Their
lock of hair lewelry U mhoi-li, and their
ollccilon ol riii'" I., Ihej are proud to
:iv. llie ino-l iiia''iilliii-Ml eor m-cii tu
.Siiiiihcrii lllluol.'. Itinlor liro..' kce
I'Verylhiiifr pei'talnlii to their hii-ino-i,
mnl iieer tail lo plea-e their cu-liiinci .
I'liev liae al-o'.i larv'eenllcclloii i I'piano
oi-.'iin.. mnl oilier mil-leal lii.triiuioiiti
whieli me ot the hc-t material., mnl
which tliey will .ell on oay Icrni.. Per
mui. ul-lilnr In piirciia-o holllilay pris.
out. -ImiiiIiI I iv all means " ve Ihom a call
hefore hiiylii'; ol-ewhere, evnnilie for
thein-i'lMs ami he eouilnccd nf lliclr
iihlllty Iom'II ooiN cheaper Ilnui tin
clieapcl.
r, s. iiiiirii-i r.inrt.
'I'he ca-e of the Slcamor llovvnnl inu-
ilncor. wa "leu to the Jury late l rld.iy
I'lenlii';. Thojiiry alter holnj.' out three.
hour., returned n verdict of not ullly.
Tlice men have heen eonllued In Hie
county Jail for the, la-t My iminlli-, mid
the total co-t of Oil trial to llie yrfivi'l'M-
liieut will not fall far hhori oftwothou-
paud ilollai'.. The nd"o In UU eluirap to
I tlni jury, In-li ui-icil Hiem In hrlmr h
wnpt ('KllHl,. ..rovldc.l that the nil
0)1V r,.,lMed the olllcers after reach-
I Iny thu iniiiilh of tho Ohio; which wa
tim limit, ot Ihejini-illction of tin. comt
nil" It the evidence went to show that no
I rcdjitajice had Ihtii oil'orcd within the
I Jin Udlclloii iueiiilnneil,they .hoiild hrlnjr
In n verilh't ol not jriilliy.
I'lTdlij lerlmi Nnclillilo,
lor "nun1 c'iiim' Hiilieknonii loliulhe
lilelilloil of t 111- I'lljoyiiltir nll.ilr
oinllliil ill yeleriluyV llie, anil to it-
ieal nil Hie ood tiling s.'ilil ninl ilnui- v c
Would he eoinpi'lloil llllllll'llil a reHlltloil
of Hie Kline nlliilr. Tlie t'liilnl Demo.
rnilli'-()ini. Illiin julilloe In u inenilli' nl
trin li'il oine wfio wonlil ollierwUe hale
heeil ple-ent. The llllllllier W:i. Riilll
.-illy llri-a-ri liy till' illlilitllill ol' IIiimo
who it liiriioil It-. ,1 it llie polillnil iloiuon--liallun.
Tlio Int.! ami liolo. Mr. anil
Mr-. Han Miinii.al mIio-u ri-iilnne llio
-oeialile wn lielll, eiiiliiivoreil lomako
1 1 1 -1 1 iliile iiw.iy pleamiilly, ami hi
well did lliey .iiri'i od, llio-e pif-elil wore
-tow lo i.ier... Tho fitllowliiif lailie.
eoiiipil.otl Hio it'iiedinii'iit einuiiiitloo:
Mr. II. II, Ciiiniliioliani, Mr-, s.uiuiel
" illt. ,. Mf,. II. Mom ,-, ami Ml-
Kllll..:, lilll-V.
'I lie llolnllillll'li.
Ilaif. u.ilker, pmprlclor oi tho .
moiil.n lioiol ami tt-laiiraitt. ha lately
iv-lillei mnl icfuruidicil hi- linli-l fniii
top u hollo in. mid l now' ready tn food
and Indwell fow moif H'f-oiH! ho-iilo. the
limllltiiilo of rrpjriil.ii' hoarder- who
Ihroiijr UU lioii-e. Mr. Walker
Ii an oiitorprt.ln vninif iinin. who .
alway. ready In iimkeauy in-w adddltioii
lo hi- linn-,, which will eoiilrlliiili! tn iho
eoiiiloH ol hi. ciKlonicrs '""d ha hi tht
way, won a naino a- a hotel pioprtelor
which low men have. Ill" tahlu J.pieail
Willi Hie Ihui iio markef all'orils, tiifd hl
imIiii' ap.'irliiiouN are coital to any ill
llliiinl.. I'l-r-on. viiilln Cairo, or tlini
wl-lilli regular hoanl, will llmlllio I). .
iiionieo a oomfoitnlilo ami plci-ant pl.ioe
lo .top.
I'.ioolj I'uiirl.
A .la rye amoiint of hn.liie.i wa. lr.iii.-
ni li d at thl' court yei.teril.iv. Thcino.t
liupnriiiiil iii-is di-po-ed of won;: The
I Vn'ple I ., .tohll ICell V, fur Ull i vlny Clill-
niilcd tviiinniH. The lurv relllineil n
venlh l of .'iillty. Hi. attorney eiilcred
a iiiotlnn for a new trial, which wan omt-
riilcil hy tln com t, wh iiim a million
wa. eiilcred lor an arret of juilj-inent.
Iliortoplo v.. .tohii .laiiie. for the
faille olli'lioe; M'tllict of .'Iillty.
Iho llilnl iiH'wii. that of (ieoii'o
filrard, on ihar,'o of lanvny. The Jury.
iller iM-inyout a few iiilnuti; returncil a
verdiut of not "iilltv.
Win. Dlckinan v.. Ca.par and.Irncpli
llofiior, for lrepa... wa. (oiilliiucil lo
the uoxi term.
Thoeoiirt thou fiiljoiirniil until nine
o'clock Monday, when the c:lal a-e,-
inciit ca-c forynivcliiif; Hie levci; will he
taken up.
" TiiIkt Itiiillii-rs.
We e.dl attclitlon Intln ailvcl llM-nii-nt of
I'iiIxt Itrnlln-i'--. iuaniif.ictnriurjewelci'-
md dealer- In Match-maker.' material..
Thl linn hn jiut ici eiicil a full -took of
KOlid.llvcr.iuil pl.ihil tea .cits American.
.nyil-li and Swl.. walcliiw, 'old jew-
lry, .liver Jew olrv. plated Jewelry, hroa-l
pin-', -ilier Initton.. "tud', charms, oiicni
anil watch chain-, whtch will I M' .nli
it the lowe-t ea-h prtco.. TuIkt lirow.
uiauiifactnrejow'olry of llio lato.t myle.
and pillcin-. Their work. hop i coin.
tele, and llietr workmen cannot lie ex
iled. They loci contldciil of their
ihllity to turn out woik equal hi cicrv
M'ct to that made In l.iryeoitio.. Their
inachlncry U of the l.itct mid nio-t ap
proved pattern-. 'Their tool. hae Im-oii
ircfiilly f-oleciiil. Parties wi-hliiir to
pureha-ejowclri should call on theui U-forehuyinyel-owheie,
mnl exmniiie their
Mock. They will not ho iuutcloli.
Now 1- the time to make M'locliuii., a
the ci'cmil ot llio slock I- Vol ill llio More .
Iciuolillier Iho place, Tnlier I'.io... Xo,
Coiiiiucrcial aveiiue.
I'or. iiiiiiI.
Wrljrht returned
W. I
to I he oltv
at nl'dit.
Mr. .lolm Caller. of.MuiimlCiiy. wa
in the city ye-loidav.
Mr. W. P, llalliday relitrueil lo Iho
liy I'rid.iy aller an nluenee of .oyoral
lay.
Mr..lolui I! ii Iiiii nl' r.iihoud.ile who
has Imi'ii In town durliijr the week. Iclt
for hi- home N.iiiiiilav atleruoou.
I,. Coon, Secretary of the Xalluna I
1 lna ii I of I ' nilorw ill r-.U In Cairo atlcnil
luy lo Hie lii-uraiico iutcro-t. ol the
hoard.
.J. W. Knickcrl .ocker and K. W. lio.l-
.ui I, the yciitlciiicii who kept the HI,
Chailes din hi',' the war, are now regis
tered at the .mm'.
Mr. .tacoli Mmiln, in-liler for llalli
day liro.., left yi-lcnl.ij nitoriiooii torn
ton day.' trip to Xew Yoik, Wa-hhiyion
and other l-'a.terii cltio.
Mr. II. V.. Parmelce, advance ayent
of (i. I.. I'ox's Xew York lliiuiply
1 1 1 1 1 1 j I y troupe, 1. in llie oily nial.ln;: ar
raiiyelilenl. for lis appearance at Hie
Allieuciliii on l-'i l.la V ami S.ilurilay, No-
vemlior riht ami 'Jid.
('apt. II. I.oiiroy, M. I.oni.; Dr.,
Van Maiioicr.and Swayuo. W. V. I.ceili,
a prominent merchant and hanker of Capo
(ilrardoan. I,. It. M cWhliuilc mid l T,
Kaiiilicrl, two Cnylish tourists. It. A,
llniiii loiil. a prominent nicivhatit of
( liIi'a''o, me eioppiu-j at the m, ( naries.
We Uml llie follow hijr at the Plante
llnll-e: II. Itlook. St. I.oills ; W. Hun
ter, ,S. I.oul-; .I..M. (dlmoi'e, Douyola;
(ieo. Hill, Donyola; T. K. liaeker, Ot
Iowa county, Kan ; .Main Levy, Htin
hurir, (ierinany ; Mayer .Strono, Xew Or
lean-; X. P. MIIL, Kiuilhiann, Teas.
t'alrii noil HI, I "iiii" II. II.
Tlie work on this road Is proyres.lny
llnely up to date. Over fourteen mile
of track have lt'H lidd, and tin; contract
nrs hope to wake up Iho people of I'nlly
with the shrill whl-tle of their locomo
tive hy Tun-day evenlny. C'ltlen
of that hitry propo-e to oclehratn the
event I iv a dunce, and other festivities
Thursday or Kiiday evenlny. Thu mail
will prohahly rim a special train to m
commodate tho-e Irom alio who mav
wl-h to attend.
Till- .MvlliiMllol Nix liHile.
'I'hi! musical fctlval ylvcn iniilci- tha
nu-nlouA of tho LadliM Society of the
Mctriouisl ( liiiivh, Friday evenlny, was
complete success. The puiiors of the
(IiHich, which were tin own open nt an
emly hour, were waimmnl ciaiifort.ilile
and al half pad scion were llllcd with
spccji. m M..(.r ,.1,,
.Mr. P. (. Pnc,. MopiHil to Hip
the altar mnl auiioiuiccil that Mr. Ilohhlin
who.e name u;i on llio pmynitiinic to
open the cnli-itnlniiii'iit .wllli an oryau
.olo, hailliccn ilotalucd In Moiiuil City,
hut that the Kov. .Mr. ( (Illicit had kiudiy
eon-eiileil to IIII hi pliicp'on this oeea
ioil.l Mr. (flllteit look lil- Miit nt the or",ini
,'Hnl play ci I a .olo for which ho wa.
Iii!hly i ompliinculiil.
'I'he chnrch choir then sang an mithem
enllllcd, "Walclnniui Onwanl," which
wa. heaiitiful and well rendered.
Then came the diirt hy .Mr. W. P.
W iljiht and Mrs.Steaih,Mitllled"Tho.e
Kvonlny UclU. ' V' liaie, on M'Vonil Oi
eadnns, 11tciicd to this hcalllihil mnl illf
lleillt piece, hut wo take ptcanro in .ay
Iny that never hefoiv hale Wo heard It
siiuy with F mili'li oNpre.-lini a' oil lliis
one. .Mrs, Wrlyht. Ua clnorof whoni
( alio may well fcol proud. .Mr-. Stearni
Is also a linn vocalist, and supported Mrs.
Wrlyht very eredltnhly.
'I'he solo, "Aiiko1 ever liriolit and
fair," hy Ml"' Annie Pllcher. wni lieautl
rul. -ML Pitcher Is one of Cairo's mod
acconijilldieil slayers, and M'i fonned her
nail on (his noon-Inn will i im cn-o and
"nice that would iM'conie a more pioten
lion, nni'leian.
''he next was H illiarlelle, called
Whiter Hum .Snow," hy .Ml.-es fam'e
I'nyles and l.tiln l.'iue, and .Mcs.rs. Van
Doieti and Hacker. The piece mi Very
nicely perforincd and wa hlyhly pral.od
liy all.
Mr.. Stearns then nnyii contralto solo,
entitled "lYci' as a lUrd," which wa well
rendered, and for which she leeched the
coiiyiidulatloiis ofall presi'iit.
Tho inn-leal iM-rtorinaiici' was cou
i luiloil with a solo and ilionis hyMrs.
Wilylit ninl .Mrs. Mcanis, and .Mcs-r..
McKce and Pace, railed "faraway w heiv
anyol. dwell." which was iN-anilliil mid
hlyhly appreciated.
The committee of arrauyeinouls de
.ene yreat ciimIIi fortlie inanm-rln which
this event was rondiicted, mnl .linnlil
Ihev seeprojK'rlo li'peat the M'rformalice
of I'llday niyht we predict for llieni even
a yrcatcr ikto.
Mr. Pan- then announced that the la
dies had prepared ii'lre-hniciils-. con.I.t-
Iny of oj.tcr., cake, sandwiches, etc., ol
which all were Invited to partake. Alter
the audience had satl-lled their aplolltes
with yood thing, they adjourned to the
front parlor of the church, whcni they
s(ont an hour In pleasant cnnverwitlon,
and at half.pasl 11 o'elmk lln; .oclahlo
hroke up, all lii'luy Kiti'tlcd with tl l-
teitaliuiiont and prfiiiouiieiiiy It a derided
sum'-.
RIVER NEWS.
I'orl 1.1. 1.
Ai.iMi:n.
stiiiincr .tim Kl-k, Padneah.
( 'oloi-ado, St. Louis.
1 telle Shreieport, SI. I.oni'
Sto. Ocncvievo, .Mcniphi..
ih:i'.uiti:i.
Slemiier .1 nit Klk, Paihicali.
Coloi-ado, Vlck.hiiry.
Itottie OIIIh I'I, i:1llislille.
Alice, St. Louis.
Sle. Ocnevleve, St. Lolil-.
i:ivi:i:. w:uiii:ii ask lull'.'
Tin' river la-t evcnluy was :i feet J
Inches on theyuaye, ltavliiyrl.cn I! Inches
ilurlny the previous 21 hours. t The
weather wa partially cloudy la-t cveiiiny
and much warmer, and Indications were
I'avor.ihle for rain.
There has heeu an Imptiivenicnt in
the water to St. I.oul. of one foot.
'I'he Hello Shrevepnrt reports U feel
of water at Power." Maud and Thoiup
.onV Held; ti foot Inches are reported at
Itii'Vis' har hclow .Memphis.
Wah Dkpt. Hivkk Uktout, I
.SnvtnilK'r 14, 71. j
I AliOVe
ilow water.!
ChniiKC
STATIONS.
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Cilll'lllllHtl .
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Linns
I'lllll III '.MS.
'I'he mutiny ea.e of 'the steamer .lax.
Howard wn-i hroiiyhl ton elo-o lutlie
rnited Stales Di-tricl Coiirt nlyhl hefoif
last. The Jury decided that thepii.oneis
were not yulltv, hecause this district had
no Jtui -diction In the ea-e, mnl they wcro
set at llheilv. I hev mu llalilo lo arrest
and trial at any time lu a Ml.-nmi ills.
tilct, however.-, so .ludye Treat decided;
hut It Is not likely that they will lie, as It
oiild he ca-lly proven that -Mis-oini had
no jini-illcHnn. Wlien theinulliiy boyan
the .lames Howanl was In mld-iivcr,
ibove Maud HI, and when it wa
iiuellcil hv Sheiill li'Mn and pos-e,
he wa. In Iho Ohio liver. in
the nieanlhne llie cicw Had mull.
Hied Ihrouyli n Ml-iouil, u KYutiicky
and mi lllluol. dl-lilct. and :is much in
one a. tho other. I'nder the elreiim-
.lances, It appears to us that It would re-
iiiirea mind of more than ordinary In-
Iclllyenceto dciiile which dMilcl they
liinliulcil III mo-t.
Tim Hello oi'Hircvepiui I adiliuyiill
.lie want..
Tin' Ste. (ieneileve lifiiu'lil !l!i hale
otlon for the Had.
'I'he haryes Collier Xo-. I and '- are
o he sold hy the ITuiled Stales niardiiill
it Paihicali on llio tii.tli.
Aiicllon Sale.
I will sell at public auction, on Soicnlh
strcot, hetwecn AVasiiingion avenue aim
Walnut street, at tlio rcsldunco of thu lato
.l. N. ration, deceased, all the household
enoils of Raid deceased, consisting of par-
lor, bed-loom nun i.ueiicu minium', i..-
. ..i p.,,,., ' ..l.lii.i mnl ilo If.
.... .......i. it......
ki:W HUH nigrum ui..i.n -
ware, loiiinics. plcturen and nittlitlu oiiia-
ineiits. cool and liuntllit; stores, and other
articles, too numerous to mention, Kalo to
commence, at 10 o'clock a.m. on i'acsday
next, tbo 17.1U hut. Mauia .1. 1'ArroN.
1), llartiiian, Auctioneer.
Oalro, llln.. November II, Is: I.
IiO(!AL NOTICFS.
-Hut jiMirnystei nt tlio Delmiinnii.
-The l,el oyilcri t I Im Dchiinnlcn lie?
lft"r'1'.l' 'JI17 O-SO-tl.
-Kicdi nyMoM or anjllilm; ., inll
H. ititatlli,' Dchiiiiiiico Iti'Maiiriuit, open
'!) Mnl lilKlit,
Dr. ilcnni'Me, ihiilM, iniil0 oyer
xinait A (llintsnn'ii, I.TkIiIIi slrcct, m.r
Oiiinnenlil niciiiii'. !I5.VI1..Miii
- -Pur hoots mnl .Hoes of anv ilo.erliiHun,
H)le or 'in illty, kh l,, Win'. Iliiler'noii
TwoDtletli street. He KH iraiitrrM illdV.
tlim hi miterlal, ill, wnrkin in.lilp ami
I, rlco tt-to-tr.
,.,oyni',i) oyilcrs itepit and retur4iit.
Dl.trr. In the .licll inl cti,lroli tvery
'lay, at Phil NaiiiV old Rtmnl, t.i-Uvi cn
Huth nml Scicnln strctt, Cairo, Illinois.
- t hu Si. (Jlintir liotfl lias scleral pleas
ant rnoins on ttm uinnr Hour, stiltalitu lor
RPUHi'lilCli, lint can t. sc urrit for the
winter, with hnnnl, at very rcijonahln
rate. ir,
Klclit pnutnlinf A in,?.ir for ?1 ; four
iMiiinJa Itlo comic lor $1 ; New Yolk htick.
Vfliput Hour', hell ninl bulc rranlioirles;
clmlccst Ktven tea Ji a. per pmunl and all
kinds of Kroccrier, cheap loll CAHIl hy
.1. ii. rillLl.ll'.s. -n'.l-11-1 l ilt
llailny Khtn Hp my old .timJ on Hie
levee and taken ICcoUlcr X. liro vhnp, on
hlfjlitli street, I shull hu prcp.ireil to aup
ply tho cltlem f I Calm, with the he
inciils tho murkd nil'iii it-. I'lcaac call am
sec inc. Pun.. HoWAltli,
tl
Hear In iiilnd Hut Henry H.tyeraat Xo,
M.i Ohio J.oice. liars Iho hlulipst nnrLi
prfcr In o.Wif liirliMu., turt, wool, fcali-
crs, bcewav, gliifeii, (.illmv,roase,'rafi',
wa-tc paper .iml all klmfs or paper sIdcI,
and old iiii'IhK Keiiioinher Hie p!acp, li.'i
Ohio Levee, Cairo, III..
t:ii)-tl-l-Mm
MY Into at 'I'm i: llui i.min oi licit an
order for lilt) dollar on Hie "WH-oii ScW
lay ilaclilnc Company" wiih-h is good for
Its lace as part payment on a .cvciity.live
dollar sowing inaiiilnc. Any prr-on In
want ofa llr't-cla-s suwiny uiiuiitiiu cut) yet
:i cvenly.lvc dollar one for II Hy dollars,
hy aipl)lny at lids oilier. If.
Xewly.liltcit, llntly lilriil-lieil harhcr
shop hylicoryo .telnliouo, corner Com
mercial avenue and I'ighth street. Years
ol practice liavo given him a light hand
that nukes a smooth shaio delightful. All
who try hlin nm-ii will call again. All tlio
late daily papert are kept on his tahle fur
the liciirtit ot Id, cUktoniflF, ami tin ro Is
no tedious waiting lor linns. If
-At "On- .Saloon," I'lidilh stre.t, he-
twcea Conniioreiul avcunoaud Ohio levee
the hungry may Hud all kitnU of eillhles--
hi-rriiii', -aniaH'', chec-e, Ac, and tlio
tlilr-ly the tliiest of wines and liquor'),! roh
laser heer, and the he.t hranili of cigar.
Altsntltc liar-kccpera are ahvas on Jiainl ;
ami tlio liitii ti n-t Jally, al ten oVhi:k, Sun.
day included, I- a. line as any In the city
in-2Mr.
Joo Knuekcr Is now in lull control of
the Wu.ldngton lukcry, ami having Icuru-
oil tho wants nf Hie public, Is prepared to
kiipply mi call all demands for French loaf,
UoMon, Drown ntnl (iraliam bread, anil
eierj tiling cl-e ordinarily found In a first-H.I-.
bakery. He iiitlnttlucM u full .took of
eoiileetionerii'i, and can, at well as any
oilier dealer lu the city, till all outer In
that line.
I, il.es lul. oil, In). teil or ornamented on
hnit notice. Special attention chen tn
Hie orders olwcdillug or picnic pitte.,
ii-PMI.
I!. Jones, fatliloiuble booliuiiker, has
mo 1 oil lulu his new' lioiiic. next lo Ids old
stand, on Coiliuicriiul nvelllle. and
amnios his friends thut ho is better
than eier prepared to aatlify Hiem
in llio style, utoek, It! et '., of their boots
and sliiies. All evidence of ids ability to
sutlly evcrjbody, nuy be ideally ecn In
tlio fai t Hi n be Is crowded with work, ami
lit been compelled to employ three, more,
timt-ekisi wnikiiien. lie minufai'tiires
ciery style of boot, or shoes and ti-es only
tbn best ot material In all ea.es, whether
mal.llig a cow'-htdo .lino or a pair of tho
finest Kroieh calf hoots, (live him a trial,
.atlsfacllou isgiiarantoid. :'.r..i.l(.;.'J
OiiKos' 1'iiuillov
iliolii'.t ami purest made, for sain by
I.. II. I'llll.l.ll i). -t.'.l ll.l.'Ml
I'or Item.
A cjttuge oa Tenth Htrcot, between
Wiislilniitiin avenue and Walnut stn-i-l. No
"i. i:iliUllC(l ('. l.AMK.
i.v'-i i -i2.tr
HiMiuiH lii Item.
Kight rooms to relit 'on Thtnt street W
I ween Wii'lilngtun and Cninmoiiial ave-
nili's. Apply tu wm.on .Mullalp, or al
Hit. nlllrc.
.Von I'nlio lily Conl mnl IVonil Vnrtl.
(lo to C. V. M'healcr.V. Co.ior Pill-burg,
lirainl Towrr ami llltuois coal. Wood al
wajs on hand and sawed to nrdur.
IVnllieri I'eiillici'H ! !
A large lot of HDW, prime, llvo gecte
featliers for sale lu quantities to suit the
purchasers, at thu lowest market prices,
II P.N II V fAVKIie.
''SiidnWIW HI Ohio f.eiee.
I'lncli.
A pair ol theso licguut chroinnl lor: ale,
at six dollar", retail pike ten dollars. Ap
ply ut thu lU'i.i.Krix On "'"
I'l.-sli Siiiil. .
Ml. I'. Kitwrald' bus lii-t leoelved and
lias on sale, at his tales romn, a large stock
of HnglWi ale, porter, llciiiies.y brandy
and witu", and liquors ot all l.lmis, whieli
ho will dispose of at reasonable prices.
JMI-1l.'i.Hlll.
.Vol Ice In SkIooii Iccm'i-s,
Yon are horcby nnthled not toive, sell
or liiinlsh Ihrongh any mean., liquor oi
anv kind lo iny liiisli.iiid i'liiuithy Hessian
Any ono neglecting mis warning win ne
pro.culcil to llio lull extent ot tun lie..
I.Vt.t-r.Wllr WINIllHH IIKSHlAN
llniso I'luililnir.
William l.udwiir. Hi" haiuess maker. Is
now picpttriid to supply tho public wllii all
kinds of horse clothing of siipci lor qinil.
Ity, Whhil ho Will BCIl U'ry uiiiiai' mi rm.
IVM l-l l-)ui
llniocss, Itolics, llie.
Any pcrion lu ucod of H.uhllei'. bridli'i1,
horse blankets', lap rohos, halter or any
kind ol harness, should'bear Injiulud that
William Ludwlg. tho popular suddler, has
Just received a full stock which lie will fell
at thu lowest n ing prices,
laidl-irj-lm
XtUleo lo Milium Ucepei-.
Ihctubywurn all saloon keepei'i that l
anyunu ol them sliall liercallcr sell to my
hnsbaiul, lllcliaril Martin, any Intoxieatlni;
lliliiorn, 1 bhall prosccuto hlin under the
liquor law of thu .State of Illinois.
lorsdMS-'it Mautha .Mauti.v.
I.Hiiel, r.tety ny,
(Icnrge Utlnercornerof Koitrtaenth and
'",lln8ln" avenue, will furmih herihlltr
every day to hi, patron, a No. 1 Iitneh, b..
tween tho honriol ton and tnr.i..
Frcil, .Milwaukee beeramt fraKrnt tfavana
cigar to he had at ,, ,.lr , nU
!l liO-tr.
l.ooil.i r NMII tioliia- !,,, ,
As we are determined to cIosr nut n,tr
tiH'kspceitllv. nrennr.itnn- i mi...u.
binlucss, We W ,eii .ii .,,. n( ,,. y.
two doll in per thousand Im than market
prices. A Urge lot of UU, and Hove Wood
on IiimI, which will hi sold at correipond-
"R.J nuy r.iii', Viii,jH.!i
tni-un-ir,
A 1li I'lumer,
I oiler tor lain theentlra nutiltan.i .i
of the St. Nlchntas Hotd. i,n .Commnrclal
avenue.Cairo llllnol., with, a good paying
ll ' will oll tbo Nr and future
operate from Hie outfit of the house, all on
'i icniis, APiuy nt me tintvl.
Wit. W'ktbl, Proprietor.
HlMllD nml Hlutf.
Wo delro to call the attention a! (all
who would mako tin? best use of ttiulr
money, to our largo and vailed stock cf
rdoiIs or evcrjldescrlptlon. Our line of
dry goods will ho found dUal to any tn the
city. As wo have recently commenced In
tills line, wo have no ol.i stocV or hlRta
priced goods on hand. We do a caih hui
Inew; 1u y nTleli have ft tali goods on our
counters ei cry day, ami will not tie under
sold hy any hou-e In llio west. Our Urge
and Increasing trad.) i liable ns to buy
from first hands aud do biilncs on a much
clo-cr margin than Hidip who do fcs bun.
loess. Our no of rilMrrnV, liifsa! ami
ladles' shoo Is now complete. Wo net our
good') from the best factories In the
( 'nited States and have proved them to ho
llnciUalcd by any goods fu thii marker.
i'hey aro Kohl almost a. low as tbo trash
inu buy from the ordinary dealer. We
have, also a lino of eastern goods, that you
ran liaie almost at your own price-If you
will name It when you rail. Xo inferior
goods will ho o 11V re 1 1 unless you ask. for
them, as wo expect tn in.dntahiour reputa
tion for sclhug the ino.t durable goods
ever offered in Cairo. Call early at
D.I.IOTT A- llAVrilons'M,
Hli Commercial avenue.
A. llluck has just rocoivod an
other invoico of thOHo flno Scotch
bottom or oxtcnaion-solod shoos
in every stylo, for ladies, missos
rtnd childron, that has givon such
Kcnoral satisfaction to ovory ono.
No need to wear ',tho motalic
tips to protect tho uppors, or com
plain of shoes scuffing out at toon,
for theso aro by their extension
solos, sufficient protection and
combino clogauco and durabil
ity, with comfort not equaled by
any other mako.
Do not Purchaso for yourself
or your childron, any shoos bo
foro you havo examinod those, for
thoy aro assuredly tho shoes you
want. City Shoo Store, corner
Eighth street and Commercial
avonuo. 411.10-31.tf
ai il t J .1 I.B.ILJ.JJ.VJ
An I'ri.oii i nn mite ll.r.r Ulllrrarror.l.
Ini! In il!ii' lluns, uml leuiuln loug unrll, uu
il.li-il lln Ir I, ones his not lrlni)r. I.r nilnrrs
i.iiisoii or oilier Inean., uml vital orgaus wuiti-1
i.rii.n.l Klnl of lopalr.
Il.ri.lii r lu.llur.liaii, Ilcailache, Pal'
III llio .slioul.ltis. t'ouillls, Tlill.lliCM Of tl.e I'hs.t.
HKiliiesM, hour KrilcluHum ol thft Miunarh, llu
I. isle In llm Muiitli, llllluns Allacki. l'alitatlou
I Hip 1 1 our I. Innaiiiiiiall.nl of the l.nnca. I'alu lu
Hit- ri-iMuu of Hie ki.liifjs, ami a IninJreil otliri
lulnlul ajinplmns, nie llie urt.ji rl iib of l)iifi
u one ImjI lie n III pnoe a better guarantee ol
It. infills than u li'iivlliy aileiUrnient.
I'ur I i inula I'uniplnliils, III jouutt or oi l
in.nin.-o or iin.'le, ul Hie ilittii of wumanluioa, ui
u. nun "I In, llie" Ionic Ulttrrn illplay so lie-i.li-.
I mi liinutiiio tliui liniioraieiit Is noon pel
.-r liillil..
I'oi Inniiiliinillor) nml t'braulr Rliru
null. in una limit, limuu., Heniillent ivu.l lulu,
lullleiil I'l'ii-is, israsrs(,flli llloml, l.lvir. KM
in-is nml r.luiMcr, tlie.a IllUrrs have no equal,
ili Ii IHsO.n.-s art cinisr.l liy Mll.itpil tllixj.1.
'I lir, lire ii urnlle I'ui uiill to i ll nl
i. 'J'Mitlr, ios.cs.ii2 tlic niprlt of nillnir as'ir
.uiiii.ri.ii iiurni In lelleiliiir Ciiiinmimi or in
JaiiiiinilJoii oriiu j.,i.-uii.i I'lMio-i,! ortrun, aus
li llllluns Jn-,.n.M.
l-'.ir SI I. in 111.,'n.i , Prnptliins, T.'llrr. Sail
i-.l, I'lil.l. Ill.in lies, ...ls, I'lllll'lrs, P.lsliilrs, Hulls
iiii.iini'tc, limit Miniiis, .sralil llca-l, tore Fies
, r)'M,i-lus, Ui li. M ini, lilsinlnraUonsnf lliektn
Hiiiiioi ami ii.ea.i'SoliliriM.liiu(linleiriianir.
ir nature, are meruit) ilnir up una tanlnl oiu tn.
'hp sjmciii la a stiort tune Lj llie use ol thesi
miters.
liriiurul 'limn. nii.l. pnvlilm lisran
llTTI.Ks Hip imiiH muolrrnil HiilKOiual that ct.
.l.alulni'.l Hip Mllklllir aisleni.
II. II. .tlrlMI.'VAI.Il A' TO.
Ilill.'l)l-ls nml Urn, AKI., Nin I i-..,i-.-... (Vi., A
nr nl W'usIiIiikiiiii uml Cliarltoosu., K. v.
Mll.ll III AM. imi'tiUIMS A HilALiat-S-
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.-
"rVfAMMJ a maI APrluttCttfiMUrblhi
. 0 I mtrrr. tin lb Dl.liU4tHiia
Guido.
1 QirurUt ul mcUlUwa ft!
lui Atfoovtrtta lft tU mUiwm wf tki(uAs.Uua, iitsiriU4
ltiumpUilwD,4 ...
TbU U a IOUMUli work f v k&4rl uJ Uty
fitr. ltt CkimwriM. a(rtioi, had eunintx fMbk
utvruikitaa Ut Usom Uo r mtrrUJ rwowfcptu ntvr.
lioej. ailU 11 U ft UMk Ukt oBcht U M trr a4n
U'l ky, i4 but Wfl erUly ibo it ton.
It miUIm lb tltwrUow tva4 JtL) of ttkTtUItt,
r"(t(Uda U wrU u4 tuU b u uif pti
1 tlst Jrwr f try tuU ko4 IStmtl tbrnwiit i wurf
kiub. HtaibrhM m jtWiu a tk Mlii u itwr
nun thtt 1 nDrift ImwLb4 M tmh Uvm ii
LutUaLnJ a mj bltir M k
Ktrbltukor vuirrMof imUc) tot fifif CftU.
Ad lr. Ur, ttUtl' Uu,U.r( , It, CWhU IWH
Ci lwU.Ali.
Notice l th$ Afflcfttf and Uftfortut.
ltfil. m k
WhltS " bM or ititr f rai
ti jtluiW it inui o( tb aui tiUUitfl iflfetl prt-inH
.f UU MiUf - Ktrii, o4 W 'ta r
vaiiy r ti tAsil, oo th ditviM kmoum4 la kit rk.
time uj pafUi. h- U Nwin Mthlft tfMt, MlM
II0.1TNT0KIMV . '
SAM WILSON,
III' U.I II IS
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, iko.
i
Ho. 110
Olxlo Jjovoo.
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