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' THE DAILY 1MLW5TIN.
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tntrl Mnwh)) 1 tic Unimin lltilMlnK. lair
ntr Wellington TH"" i"1' Twrrinh f tint.
Tirr. lli'LLKtit la .mot Jo Hy miWiHuts ly
Wlhfiil frrlrrITmlyMc ViiH olVnl,
vt-ralilr wnVty. ItyMolli (In n,hinc), 10r
nnimrnt Mt mntli, Ml thl"1 monlln, 61 1 mi"
month, t M.
THE "WEEKLY IHJUjETIN.
ViitUlwi trrj 'Ihnrwbjr monilnxnt Itil
Xi't annum, lnvtl.i1ily in ii.h.uifc. 'I lie io'tiivi'
nn tin- WiiVly will U invi.ii.t at ttil iiillcf, wi
tlwt miWtlUm will nliliilii 11 for n MilmTlpllipn
frier of l a yr.ir.
ADVERTISING RATES.
DAILY.
Jlu'liifvn l'tinl, K'riiiiiiiii, V:
Our -M'tiaix, one liiM-rllnii, I M
Our iimir, Itvo In-H II, im, ....... I .V)
Unr Kiiuir, 0111 i '. .71
Onr X)iiutr, two Wcl.., 3 .vi
Oil II.1IT. tUtr wptL.-mmi w
tlnr jrr, onr monlli, ... 3 (
V K K I, V .
Onr -wjiiarr, onr Invillmi, ,
Ji'.nrh BliliM-ijiirnl llivrllnli
.71
K"n Inch li a wjiuiv.
O'To rrjular nivrrttx-r o(iITiriiiiii'ilirlii
dinrmeuli, lintli at to nito of rli-ir-u) anil in.iii
nrr of ll-.'.UvIni thrlr rnr.
J3"Notlpp tn lornl rnluiim limrtnl for J'lf
teru C'ciiM xr llnr fur onr lii-ritlmi, 'iMciity
Cent tt llnr for two ln-itlon, Tivdity-l-'ic
(Vnl a llnr for Hire lnrrlloii4, 't'lilily-Klic
tv-nti a Hue f,ir nnr wn-k, nml .ciily-Flw
Cent, o llnr for unr nionlli,
Cotnmunlcatlona upon subject of Ken
rl tutored to tho public Bollcltett.
tJAll lrtlcrs honhl lieiuMrcMil to
ioii.v ii. otii:i:i.v,
I'lvilitnit Cihii iiullitlii i;uiiiiany.
Iu lttUqt'ut.
ItradiiiK Mnttt-r on Kvcry I'otfe.
JOHN H. OBERLY, Editor.
I'lNCllli.u.K -tlll lii:iiill'c.-lMi de.ire to
fto to the lTnlted .State Senate.
Tut: tii-.iyvllle lttjiulillaif ha. dcwi-'d.
It died of iiiipt-(.-uiiin"lty.
.Mjt more than halt the meuiliur of
J'oiiKrc." will lie In their .eat. at the
opening of Cmigre...
Kkxti-ckv politicians lake lime hy the
Inrelock. Tli claiui- of the dillWeiit
c.iiulldate for gineinor. to Im-elected in
1S75, are lgorou.ly dl-eu-ed hy the pa
liers of that Suite.
MCAinnuii, an Ka.tcrn man, will liau
the llrst cliaiieo for.Miilletf s tilace. If he
doo not aewpt, the claimi of .Mr. Thoma..
llnl-li, of .St. I.uuU, will ho favonihlv
considered.
Tin: nlnoteenth of DeirinlH r will he
the one liuudicnlli iinulvcrary of the
upsetting of the tea in Ilo.ion 'llarhor,
and It will he the oce.-iloii of ccnteii
Jiial" tea parties all over the country.
l.V Tilt: Union slock yard, of Chicago
re eighty Ihoii-and hog, wafting fr"ji
market. KilUvti thoii.and in t. I.oul.
art! nn.old, andiiii liiiiroveiueiil In the
market U not ilntlcipated while the
weather remains "open."
Mou.nii Cm ( $7,,.,iK) In hoinl",
borrowed In 1W).i and 1 Mi!) for ihepur-jioeofhiiJ(Ji'-i(iii
;i:ilrii"- the leu,., t
Tlu-sa bontli a iv ifuc In is7o, hut the cllv
has m;ule no proinio r,.,( tM,Mi
for the j-f-l.-ue of new hond",iind tiouhle
lies In wait for her.
SKCIttlAltV lllllhKIW, U U Ifpllltcl,
will miike nn entire change In (Ik- policy
of his department toward the McanilMwi
Intere-t. rnder,S'cretarle. ISoutwellaiid
Jtlchard.on, the Influence of the trcaiir.
vrus thrown agahut the tijimhoat tcpre
M'litathvx In lui.nc."s eonnirted with the
Fciiatu coinmlttey on commerce. Ceil,
llrlitow will reeie thl. eour-c.
Tub fafe-hurglary con-plrator, Har
rington and Whitley will cscjipu a .ceoinl
trial. The liilliicncv. of the i inr in
Wojthlngton inn iron, mid It U mm,.
tlmn proljalile that thi-Ko two men, who
are tie kind for whom penitentiaries ,,.
btl lt, Will iieer.(K-tlie hirlde of m. HH
u punlkhinent for their part In the ..u'e.
burglary cac.
le.... ..,. H ,.. i ii...., .
. in. wuii, jiiuu. ,oii; coniiianv
oi ,nv j orK iM'gan on the ee(, hn,
to print the newspaper stamps ,(.
uiiuer uiu proviMou ot tin w JW
HH-ctlng the jioMage on llcw.paper. and
periodicals. '1'he orilei, f-im, io.tma.cr.
for thl ehirn of .tanii" for ,
.Janiiarj- will not tall (in- short of ,.,-.,
inlllloil of dolliiis
Sore years ago, it was di.coercd tmit
tlie ninth were eating up t, rmv ,.0(.
lug on hand in the war depart iiiein.
The ilejwu tnient nskcl for an appropria
tion for u patent iifliilr which witu said to
las death to tho moth, .Many thoiiwuids
of dollar have Imi-ii spent on thl" patent.
Last year the appropriation was thirty
thousand dollam, hut members exhlhltdl
come doubt in, tn tint destructive (pudllles
of the moth, and some opposition to the
Inrgr niiinitnt or money Hie patent wnynf
kci jilii.' Ilii'tii out ivi'itim), Kltlier Hii?
molli or the win 'Irjinrlmviit took tlie
hint ; tlio cwretnry of t lint Imtvnti !ik
for no :iiiiroprl:itlon tlil rliiii.
.-
Xm llie Hunt pron lvo ltiullcat can
llml lanlt wllli the or":anl.ntlon of thu
Alliini';l lloilv of l!cilOTIlt:ltlvo.
'I'Im -iM-nKtT 1 iiti llnis Wliljr;" llio
. t .1. . .. 1 .(( .1
llMMnni cli'lK I II lu'jiiiiiiiniii, me uil"
rolllnjii Urk l a l!riiiilillc;iii, ti black l'i
)im1i11i-.iii. tliat U :i colored black ItcpiiH-
llcsin. anil tin' iiij-io.-Iii;,' clerk U n lady
I'lic Utile Hook Uavllr sty. "Iftlicro l
miytlilii"; wlilcli -omul like Itoin lionUin
In tlil orani:allon, or .iti.wiiiiiir tnai
lio- a rrklnillliiv' ol tlif n-lH-l lire
iinUlilii'' wlilolt tioltit to rctro'Mvulon.
f woulil like lor tliat ciai-lon" journal
the Clili'iiiro iT-Ovd,i, to point It out
If lliU orjninl.illon iIik-" not -liow, In
term4 louder than words tliat tin- lli'pn
ientatlvc ol Arkan-.i aro fully up with
tin' proii'flM' iip1 In wlil.ili wo live, and
eeli lieond tile illlkee idea at tliat
1 1 we are uiMakeu. What other hotly
In the I'lilletl Slate-" ran idiow le. of
prejinllee In ll. orpinlallon. towanNiill
color", i politic and .-c.c?
Till. t;raylllc lmt'jrait-itl.u I'aillcal
paporpuhlNed hi White county, Inform
ll reader" Hint there l no iloiiht that
('en. Anlcroii will act wllli the Oiiim.!
lion In Coiifie,:ni(l II add "(lilt put
hi mind to coiijrnifttlillcii Iiiru iillinlierol'
J'a.lle:d I.YHiMlcnii liiriuei", hi lid"
nelhhoiliood, on the liicl that thev otcd
and I y ihelr (e elected a man who
will Mite In L'nii"ivi that all Confederate
soldiers who were lualmeil during the
rt'lH'lliou,lia1l have peiiloiisaud that all
idaM'holitcn -hall he paid lor Ik IivI:im.
Count up the c.K'iie, hoy.", mid eo how
much reduction In your l:ixe will
hejialncd hy -endllifr W, It. Aiidcr-ou to
Conrcs It will he a line nut for you to
crack, timing the whiter ovi'iilng."
The liiiUjviiil.'ii' do-eli't "pile It on"
half thick enonli. It liould tell it.
reader that Tweed I" to ho immediately
releaM'd from prion, tliat .lell'l)aN N to
lie the Oppo-ltion eaiidid.ite fortlie prcI.
ilelicy. and that the l''iiicniN iutenil to
raNe a moliuuieiit to the mvniory ol d.
Wilkes Itoolh. If the Iiadlcal p're de--Ire"
to Imltd up the fallen fortunes of li
p.nrfy. It iiiu-t not .top at triltes
riu.r.-i.oYi:iNM acii.v.
The very ardent Spirit u.dlits of theelty
denoiilice Tut', lit i.tii.ris' leiM' we re-
I'u.e lo endorse the lii iIove doctrine of
Warivn Cliii-eand VicloitaC. Woodhiill;
or nillier hwail-e we have had the ef
frontery to denounce tho'-o doctrine".
We iiiv told that we have no tight to de
nounce -Mr. Chase that what wu call
frcc-loc I" only advanced social doctrine
to which Hie world unlit Inevitably
come. The gentleman who made till'
amotion, at tlx; ame time declared that
all or nearly nil the CliiNtiau ininUleiv
Were UlsTtliie", and nianv of the Clnl
tlan famllle.. the product of the Avlcked
ne." ol the pa lor and the Irallty of wo
uian. He forgot that we only objected
to the. oclal doctrine." of Mr. Chiu-e, and
while rebuking in for the audacity of
such objection" made .weeping charge
ot debauchery again. t a whole prole
.ion ami the mother, of thou-aiiiM ol
faiullie. !
So tar n- we are Imliv iduallx concerned
we do not care what ! the belief of Mr,
Clia.e or any other man upon any social
(pie.tlon e ri cognize the right of cm
man lo believe what he'pea.-e, and wedo
not fear thai evil doctiluc. will long belli
Hie a-cendanl ll'iea-im i- lt-lt fiee locum
h.itthcui; but we lu.t that w lieu a man
like .Mr. I ha-es enler. Hie eoimuiuillv of
which we are a member and endeavors to
conerl It to what we lM'liee to Im- noth
ing lc-" than a .yslcm of public pio-liln-tioiilo
le.ich it tliat the marriage rela
tion i-not in be oli-ered and tliat (Hie
may be oil' with Hie old wile to-dav and
on wltli the new wife to-morrow It U
not only our right but al-o onr duly
to say thai the doctrine N
pernicious and the teacher of it a
ilangerou. man. If he were lo leach tliat
piopcrly .liould be held in coiioiion
tb.it no man liu. n itgbt to enjoy hoarded
weallli, and thai mi.r one Wiiilui- lliHe
ha. the right I" ""' accuuiula-
(Ini, nf lih netgilior, nio-t of the Splrlt-
iiall.l. would iiciiouucu tlie iloctriue a a
fallacy and It" leacber a-a fool or ilanger
ou. ra-cnl. 'I lii doctrine . Iiarude..
when compared with that ol fri-c-love, and
yet the Spiritual). I. we have refcricd to
defend live-hue ami object to any denun
ciation of U. nilwicali. Spiritiiali.m
may carry daik-inoui .ennecs Mu u,,
Iriiuipcf coniiiiiuileaihius join the spirit
woriii, tint It mii.t not hope to he able
to al-o earn and not break down under
the hiiijully of tlie live-Iovedoctriiic.
a; it if i i.Tiiti:.
The icpoit of the Di paitiuent of Agri
culture, on the corn crop ol IS7I conlalii.
many tacts ofiulcre-l. 'flu, return. Indl
2it( an average condition, tlu-uu-rlMini the
country, of Ml. Thl i- an Improvement
oflt per cunt. mIiico the LI of September,
and ' per cent, above llie average for
October I. PnII. Thl" general average I
made up ft ,im lelurii. of luerage condi
tion lor each county In the several State.,
which Indicate Hie promised rate of
yield and iuallty, but not llie .piantlty of
llie crop, the acreage not being taken In
to account.
Th" return, for acreage lu.liily showed
a breadth planted fully J.'WO.OOO ,.,.,..
greater than In !s;:i. The hlghc! per
cent, of hicica.cwa. In the South, hut
thu greale.t .ib-olnie Increase wu In the
Wt-i, while New Knglaud Indicated a
rilglit ilecrea-e. The enlarged aereii"e
and slightly Improved condition glu-
.i...inviiiaii ineren-e In product over i
i.isijearoi om r lai.iKxi.oo'i KH.S jm
the return, for NovciuW, ,vl,,.,( ,.,,.,
not coiidltl,,,,, but nrodiiet. i
with last year, may coii.dcrahy mo'dllv j
tin estlmale,
zriVJ'?.." l"0'luHng!
oi coiiiu (in are: lunu.is
r.l;.M.sm . VJ ..,.,,, ! ;o. ;'S
78; Michigan, W.,, J
iih'ky, NJ. Tlie hioh,,., , "
" ,
States ntv: Indiana. 102: Ohio. !: I'enn-
fylvanla. 1)7; lown. IM1; Te.a, W; Xew
xork, IK). All ol the ahove .States re
ported, in duly, nn Inctva-'e In acreage.
except ICcntlicky, H7; Teiine.cc, IN,
and Xew York. Km. Tc.mh renorlcd
an IncreaH' of HI r cent. ; lvana, 1 1 ;
llouil. K): Iowa. !: Indiana, 8: llll
nol", I; Oliio,
!an;rii; lilhe.t hi average coiidltlou
iinoii"; the Slatet producing u le
iimoilut, iiiv California, IIM; South Car
olina, HIS; Choile Nlanit and Connecti
cut, 1IM1; Mlnne-ola. 101; (leorjrla. KKI :
North Carolina and I'lorld.i. 1()J. I.ow-
et, Aiknii.iii, Kl; Xelira"ka, (III: Xew
.Icp-cy and l.oulana, I!!l ; Maine. 7H;
Delaware, M; Vermont and .Maryland,
J'. Itetwcen llie-o extreme" are Oregon.
KKI; Xew ll.iniphhv, mi; Virginia, !i:i ;
Wet VliL'lula, ii.'i; AlahaniaiU; .Ml.l-
1 pi it. IX) and Ma"aclui"ctK Sii,
ll'pon the llivl of .oemher frots hud
done very little dainaoe. The principal
cau-e of low rouilllloli lia.heeu ilroilj,dil"
prevailing to an almot uuircccilented
extent at the iiio-t iinpropltiioiM .ea"on
tor corn. TothN lnut he added the cry
'icat t-.ivae hy nihopier In Kiin:i
and Xehni"ka, and hi p.irtH of Ml.-i)liri.
Iowa and MlmiUMita ; nl-o e.tcu-Ie In
jiuie" hy chliiehc" In the"e .tale". ec pt
Iowa, iiud In Olilo, Indiana, and lllluot".
unit to a Ic" extent hi WIeoulu. In
California and ( 'olorado 'I'cnitory ravn
fH"i h.v wra.tinp,r" are nKo noted,
HORRIBLE TRAOEDV.
A Desperate Flfjlit for Lifo with
an Infuriated Madman.
One 11 ii ii I'ji I I Sliililieil unit AiiiiIIii r
limit. Hurl.
.tI.iI lll-nilih tnllicM. I.i.iiMiIoN' 1
Ciiiicii, II I... December -At In
higt,))!!. Washington coimtv. III., a .mall
town on the lllliiol" CeulV.d railroad, a
few day since ocelli ivd ;i frlgliHUl Inig-
lv.
The eoiuluctor ol'the noilhwiird-boiind
IVelLdit train mil oil' a man who iitmcarcd
to be laboring under temporary infinity,
wllli the roiuct that he be clo-elv looked
tiller, n lie wa- not In a coinlllliiu to take
are of lillil-ell.
The man wa taken to the nil road
tatlon I iv A. I.. Mar-h mid r. Ilolimau.
but sometime about midnight the luna
tic made hi" e.cape. and made a terrible
llbrt to break tutu the rc-idcncc of .Ml".
Karton. Again he wa taken back to tlie
tatlon liou.e hy Mar-h. Itohman. .lobu
M. Driver anil .1. I.. Wouiack, who
bolted the door of the station hou-c, re
maining on the lu.lde with the madman.
The madman seemed not to be .ati-llcil
Willi lid. kind of procedure, and drew
pocket klilfu and advanced toward
Driver. ..aylng. "I will kill vou. or ou
mil"! kill me."'
Driver at templed to pacify the mail
man, when be struck at him with the
Kliite. tint Driver evaded l ie blow. The
inadiiiau next turned to Marsh, who wa-
siniiig near nn uoor, anu .labiieil hlui In
the throat, tin: blade entering to tin
right of the wind-pipe and palug
out on tne leu s.ueoi me nee k i.. i in l lie
Jugular vein. Mar.Ii sank to Hie floor,
-aying, "i,o, lie ua i.uieii me. '
l.ealng.Mar.i. with llend-llke ferocity
tlie madinaii sprang toward Wouiack,
who dodged hi" llrst blow, and clinched
the terrible lleudclo.elj around the wrl-t.
urn uewa. a large, powcillll man, 11 1 it I
iimcii mure uiaiia. uiaicn lor til lutcliilci!
vicllm, and soon siU'cecded In gelling lib
right arm free, ami commenced to .nil
Wouiack in the back and head, whncinil
in inner io "i,nock mm ilowu. he I
killing me," Driver proem ei I a crowbar,
aim iiiaiieau aiieliitit lo strll.c the mad
man, lint he, with wonderful preence of
mluil, managed to Keep oinaek between
nun.cii aim inivcr. iiricr.tiii made for
Wolliack'. allt!ILrOlli-t. bill the lilnu In.
tended for llie inadiiiau lell ulib tcirlhlc
lorceou u ouiaeu s iigiit liainl. erii.hhi"'
it eoilllilctelv. li'llilel'lll.' WiiinaeL In.liS.
le., who let go hi. adier-ary, who then
.-prang at timer ami wa. received with
lilow twin t'ie crow-bar aero- Hie lell
ride of hi. head, which brought liliu
m-iim-ic.. ill llie IIOOI.
Alter till luiu liiic of allalr. Driver
and Itohmau .tailed out for help, leaviii"
.niii-.n. n oiiiaei; ami the maniac King
upon the Uoor. lint .cnrcelv hadtliev
lell when Hie madman recovered lilin-eli'.
nun .eeuig in. i.iuie upon the Moor.
iiarieii uir il, anil vt oinaek. aullelpatlli'
hi. iiilcntiou.. secured an Iron poker am
again coumiciucd the coioIimI I'nr Hi,.
Wouiack this time had cipial cliauci e.aud
lougui w nil llie KUOWIedgo tliat III. lilt
wa.iil lal.e. M lime the (lemon ail
vaiieeil towaid Wouiack, and s-
IIiiick lie wa. Iiroilglit to the Hour. , Me''
Minn i iiiii. nml On, In.. iiiaile 111
i -.. .... oioriilng wa. found
near the HaptM church, ahniut froen In
iieatn. Having stripped lilni.c o ucai v
nil hi. . .1,7(1, in..- in. i. ... ...
.l ,,i',lll. ,,-l'
ilre-cil, niter which n warrant was l.-ned,
aim uie iiiuoriimaic wicicn wa commit
ted lo jail. Young .Mar.Ii recelcd everv
allelllinll ill the li'ilol" nl lit. (',! Ii 1.,.
died Hie next day, Wednesday, Xocmber
"J.;, ami at .1 o'clock. Thin -day uioriilug,
ins muidcrer ineallied hi. Ia,t. Wo
uiack'. injuries were not .crloii.. and ho
will soon recover. H hat a fearful night
wathat at Inlngtoii railroad stalloii,
nun, no iioooi, ii win long he rcniclii
Ix'ted by the people of thai place.
CENTAUR LINIMENT
'the uk-.ii ili,i',ii'iv nl (Im
iiki 'I licic Is iiii pubi whicli
,.. , .-iiiiiiu l.llllllll'IH Will 111,1
llllelc, no swi'llillK which It
will mil -iil.l,,.., ,1 iiii liinic.
lit-,, which II will iu, nn,.
I til 1. rtiiini; l.inninKi.. Inn It
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iMiuif ruciuiir I'liiii.iinui inlllli.ili m
wniiilci Inl inn- irilKiiiiuill.m, tn-iimls'l.i, lock-
JllW. slillllll. SWl'llllls. M-ulil,. inl.,! l....f.
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MILLIHEiRY,
Mrs. M. Swander
A NNOt X( 1 lliil flic h.n jnt ixrnct
J. l.irjtr uxcilhii'll of
FALL AND WINTER
MILLINERY
GOODS
Which 1u-irnMM In nil ti Itir Imlicnr I'uhn
nl pi lcc( lo -nil lli'tlmc" I' I" t'oiimt nl
M'Gee's Old Stand,
On South BUU Kihth Stront, between
mo Avenuoa.
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1111 i Mir II )tn punn ill mi iiiiu-7. m r-ii
HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS,
TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, &c.
if-'hcnffi-M rltlMi Km mil frVIl Huts Il.ii.l
(4 l lllnllllllK-. ( hiltr.'.llll 1'i.rl.iHlill'l ll. lt Hint
llll tin- l.ilnl X'ovr'lli ". Hi lUrim" hlh w ill
Miriirlr imn'tinvrt 'I lie I idle MM- linilnl to
calf nml i- lor ihr"Hn
vviioi.i:s vu: liiinrriiN,
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
And
Coininission Merchants
AQEHT8 AMEIHCAN POWDKIl CO.
57 Ohio I,ovoo.
It. A Tlioim. I, II. 'Hi, inn
THOMS & BROTHER,
C.'iicfiiiiT to II M I Inli ii ,)
Commission Merchants
And il,..ili r III
STAPLE AND FA N C Y
GROCERIES,
Koruiun and Domestic Fruttu and Nuts
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
lhiihr in
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
QIT.I 1 l, iillriillon slu-ii loroinlfniiicnM mill
lining nnlru
J. H. ABLE,
OlIlT.ll -
House Fainter
AMI
PAPER HANGER.
CORNER TENTII STREET AND
WASHINGTON AV.
I si iivitinil In, lo nil kind' f llou-c l'.iintiiii;.
hiilsniiilnliivor Wlilli wii-hlii i lllicr In
ell) or MiiiumiiUiii.' l oiiiiii)' ui iiii-iniaiil,' nl-
(v .u nnii-is win iiti iic i,rtiiiiii unii .i'r-
soiiai aiit'iiiion (.an iiiki iiiiii
iio.vt yronrs.
SAM WILSON,
D..tl.l.ll IN
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, &.O.
No. 110
Olilo Xiovoo.
VAitiirrv moiii:.
Hew-York Store
. WJIOLKHAM' AND JtKTAl I.,
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Qoocli Sold Vory CIoho.
Coiner 10th St. anil Coiiiinvrclul Av.
CAIH0. 1LLIN0IU.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
Till: .MASON IIA.MI.IN
ORGAN COMPANY
A I T S.V., ..r it , . .
IV i. ' ""' 'iM'i nn, ,(M mid ill
fail, fe'"' "l ",!".'.".'( '". VI.iiiui, 1S7.I, mid
iiiiOs.r i iV.i... ... . .' 1 " -.oi iiicn or
ww sl ,'? i, V"' '1 " "" "' Incluilln
(hit J rJJr1'1 l'iiiiitniot mil)
I . -".. 'L?: V. I "in.;il)-. hiiluUo
, "nfl. ,., Vii '""" "i, llie nun liivonib ,.
ii.iitkiilu.Tii S. , . ''I""!"'?,. "iiii full
in ik'si. .ii,ir(.-
MASON & HAWraw OKOAN CO,,
"""'"ii, Sim- Voik ortlilcaifo
'.m'su' stohi:,
NEW
MUSIG STORE
.!,
I ' ! m
GAIliOJLLIOIS
I'.STAllIilSHKU 1BU0,
CAIRO CITY CONFECTIONIRY
PHIL. H. SAUP,Proiotor.
Corner Eighth St. and W" tisliiiiKton Avo.
HAS NOW THE LARGEST -rOOK OP CONFECTIONS IN EQ Y PT
AND IS UELT'G 20 1,KK CENT. LOWER THAN ANY
HOUSE IN THE TR ABE.
i irui H,i lint tin,' C;""'11" Hi" 1111' '"i
J ...,., i.nr wi'luli' i "'iv ooit'lit I.ic.iii
n.Vii 'I lii. I ( dv l.i, In oiilh. ii
nl
rtll'lll
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Fresh jMtimore Oysters Received Daily
VOU SALE AT WHLOLESALE Oil RETAIL.
DEALER IN
MEN'S AND BOt'S
CLOTHING
FURNISHING GOODS, MOROCCO RAGS, &C
Is now prepared to show one ol" the most su
pnrb stocks ever offered in this community.
He will not be undersold.
SILK HATS A SPECIALTY!
Gentlemen desiring hats of a precise fit
can have the measure ol' their heads take to a
hair, and their head gear made to order in tlie
latest fashion and finest style.
79 OHIO LEEVE, CAIRO, ILLS.
?
EDMUND MUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommo
dations. A trusty watch for trains and boats day and
night.
Delmonico
HOTELand RESTAURANT
Corner Ohio Levee and Sixth Street,
CAIRO, ILLS.
HARRY WAIjDSIEII, Proprietor.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. MEALS AT ALL HOUR!?.
T. B. SULLIVAW,
tire S3 3fxjl
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
TOILET FAHCY aOOX)S,-
1C2 Commoroial Avontio, botwcoti Ninth and Tenth Streets,
Cairo, Illinois.
PARTICULAR, NOTICE.
Wo lmvo roploni.shoil our Job 1'rinl.ing Oflico witli
innny fonts of now typo ami liavo onhn'a out for oHior
fonts of llio lalost, popular stylos. '() !Uo ttoturminod
to ostalilislt the rcputntion of our ollico for lirst-class
work, ami mako our prices so low tliat tlio most cnlliu-sias-tit!
patrons of foreign cilios will bo oonipolli'il to ad
mit, that wo do work nf. Jowor noos llian any olhor of
line in tlio (.'ountry. Mr. Oborly, admit'od to bo 0110 of
the bost practical job ju-iutors West ami South, lias
assumed personal supervivion of the job printing do
pnrtmout, and will endeavor to give satisfac'tibn to our
many patrons. ' 5
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Ii hoi . nrt, nr ll iini r ixrr Ilu-
III - l,. i,i ?, , ,,,,,t.,.
PLANTERS'
MOTEL.

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