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rJMlfe UUI.LKTl.N Upubll'lictlCTcrymornlni?
(eiotplMonibvy) In ihr Itullftln rtuiMIng, cor
n WMhlnglon aTfnuo nnd Twelfth etrret.
Jit IIcu.mii. l M-rTfd to rlly mbcrllicrs by
faithful carriers tTwity Kite OnU ftWcek,
rscrtlde wwVlr. IlyMall, (In iwtvnner), 10pcr
Mimml tlkmonlln, 0( time months, one
month, II 2J.
THE "WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'uWUhM cvtry Thursday notnliig at 1
per annum, lnvrlbly In itdvuiicc the iio'tajfc
on th Wcrldy will 1 v""lul at M nu"' f0
tliat iMrtcrltwrs will obtain It for a mWiltillon
r-ilcoof ! a year.
It A 1 L Y .
RuilncM Card, per nmun
One nquuT, one Insertion,- 1 w
tin. tmiar. tiro Insertions, -.-. 1 M
One mruarc, one.wwk, " 2
One isptatv, two weeks 3 'l
fin. knliitM. ItifTC Wfekv. I
1n umrp. una montli.i.M -.. A 00
One nture, one Inwrtlon - -l 'rt
Each aubswiUHit Insi-rllon, ...... CO
EJ-One Inch It n aquarc.
CyTo rrguUr Hrtlrs wc ofTereuiwrlor In
ductmeota, both an to rate of charges ami man
str of displaying their favors.
0"Xotlce in local column Imcrtod fur Fif
teen Cent ir line for one Insertion, Twenty
Cent a Una for two Insertion, Twenty-Five
Cents a line for three Insertions, Hilriy-Flve
Grata a line for one week, anl tovrnty.l'ite
Cents a line fur one month,
Communication upon subject of Ron
rsl Interest to the publlo solicited.
Q-All letter rtiould le aiMrensM to
J01I.V II. OIIKUI.V,
President Culro Ti.."." COinmny.
Reading Mntler on Every I'lifcc.
JOHN H. OBERLY, Editor.
Hon. Willis II. Maciikk announce.;
himself a candidate for governor of Ken
tucky to succeed Gov. .unite.
The Carlinvillc Democrat mggt
Judge Gilbert as the Democratic Speaker
of the Illinois House of Representatives,
hKNATOiw Glenn and Iluiidlev, of
Brown and Clinton counties reflectively
havo informed lUu.Statc Iltgutcr that the
ure In la or of u "divide" with tho Iml
pendente In the organization of the next
General Assembly. Sensible. Senators.
the watch, presented by congress
to Gen. Lafayette, and which was
Htolen from him In this country, was
recently recovered, and on the Ulh Iti'l
was restored to the family of lis owner,
by Jllniter nshburne, with ftppmprl.Ui
The Xew York Evening 1'ost eric out
for a reform In cookery and wants It to
begin by banishing the pic from the
American, household. This arlleie of the
culsiiie the 7W calls "concentrated dys
pepsia.'' No more pies for us. We. have
been casting about for ways to reduce the
IHmlly exiienwd, and have now discov
ered one. Wc are not going to dl out
any. more "concentrated dyspepsia" to
Tub droit ot u reciprocity treaty be
tween the United States nnd the Hnaf
wfch Itlaiuh, of which t'nakau, wiio is
now In Wnililngton, Is king, Is about
ready to be presented to congress.
Hides, skins and collce are now admitted
free of duty by us. The treaty propo-es
t that wc ahull add to the free lUt sugar,
rice, tallow and tropical fruits, In luturu
for which the Hawaiian govcniinnut w ill
admit free of duty our textile fabrics,
agricidtural Implements, provisions of
all kinds, lumber and all building mate
rials and other articles.
Ezra Coiinkll, the founder of Cornell
University and a man of great wealth,
died in Ithaca, Xew York, on the. Dili
last. Mr. Cornell had no advantage of
education ami "leguii life with a fciuall
stock of book knowledge" nnd vcryiHttU
worldly vrcitltli, but iiy lnthitry'rak'
plication and perseverance, he acipdrcd a
princely fortune. Through his endeav
or the institution which boar his name
obtained from the Statu Its nrooortlnn ti
the public land devoted by the general
goTcramont to the founding of ngricul
tural colleges throughout tho Union, to
which ho added a muiilllceiit gilt of 700
KDixnuiio'd baby was cliristcned the
oUier day. Much ceremony attended the
occasion, as befitted tho christening of a
royal duke's son. His ltoyal Highness
'Ore the gown and cap ol 'lioultou lace
w .winch his father was christened ln-foro
turn, una which nil th0 gH.H ,-hlldrvMi
WU thOBe of the Prineo of Wales wore on
lnllar occaklou. 'fhe baby, curled by
waiSng to her Royal ami Imperial Jit li
na,Uie Uucheiof Kdlnburg, was con
ducted to the room where the c-rwnoi.y
took place by tho Lord Clmmwi,,t.:
The liead niuw placed the candidate for
uwDapusnial a-remouy in tho anus of
the Queen, who handed him
l.l.l 11 . . - - - ...v - I
viuuuv, Him ute curl en Iuir m..i , 1
WW M - ,Hl wt -
was the only occasion oil which the
Koyal nml Inipcrlal niiitlmotlicr of the
baby met, :iml the Mnnpils nml .Mar
chioness of Lome were not Invited.
TIIIJ VICKNIU'IMI timu'hm:.
The editor of the Viekshurg lltruUl,
a letter to the Xew York It-mid, gives
brief hut comprehensive statement Of
the cause of the recent dilllctiliy lit ieh
burg. Mr. Shearer is not willing that II
hall be called not, and writes to the
Herald to correct the "misnomer." .Mr.
Shearer's statement Is In ubtiiiiee a
follows: I'orsW months the shejill ol
thecounlv ha- l'Cii exeieLliig tne nine-
Hons f his olllee without having given a
legal bond. The board ol county super
visors refused or neglected to order hint
to comply with the law and give the
bond, and the. time approached when tne
countv luxe', two hundivti tnou-anii uoi
lar, were to be paid. 'J he chancer)
clerk was without any mind and was
under an Indictment for embezzlement
nit fnnrorv. Xotwltlftalidlllg tile lu-
dlctinenrs. the shcrlli.. I'ro'hy. wa'
uitnrlniulv nackllllf lllllcs. ttllll
some weeks ago, the county
records, containing the evidener
.if tb,. .milt of the olllcials, were
stolen from the court hou-e,
The tax-payers' association, alter holding
a nieetimr on tlieevelilng ol tne-.'uii ui-i
-..nt to 1 1 court lioii-e In a body mid
iniimnili'il the iv-lL'imtion of the -hell V
i ,. ,.i..pL- tin, iivii'iuvr and the
coroner. 'I'he sheriff only was iblllidi he
re-Igned, ami then proceeded to Jackson
to consult with Gov. Ames. On his re
turn on .Saturday, the iitli lust., a card
signed with hl name, was circulated in
the streets of the city and inroiignoui tne
county, calling on Kepuhli.'aus. white and
black, to aid him In sustaining Ins posi
tion. Crosby denied the card, but on
Siiudav, rumors, readied the city that ne
groes were arming at dltlercnt points,
preparatory to marching on the city.
On .Monday the attack by the three bodies
of armed negroes was made.
Ill the same ltte of the JlrrulJ, Gov.
Ames of MK!?-lppl makes ids statement
of the causes of the trouble. It dlll'er ,
materially, as might be supposed, from
the statement of the editor of the Jftmtil.
Gov. Ames says that no charge was
made against the olllcial conduct of Hherlll'
Yo-by that he had made his -cttlcincnU
to date that the "White Leagues" had
forced thcuiselei on the Grand .lury for
the purpose of finding Indictments against
the colored'eounty ouVluW that a mob
of slv humlred persons waited on (.'ro-hy
nml asked him to resign, which lie
did to save his life and that
the onlv eauo of the blood-hedaud usur
pation hi the city were the one indict
ment (found by the White Leagues agalnt
colored olllcial named Davenport)
and the pretended fear of packed Juries.
Gov. Aincscouchidcs by observing that
the White League-, have had fulland com
plete control of allalrs hi VIek-htirg. anil
that the 'maaere'' was entirely with
Whichever of tln-s two statements l
accepted as the true one, they both prove
that the people of Vlcksburg. as of many
other localities in the South need lobe
educated. The law has made the black
man the political eiiial of the whit
man; lite white man nui-t accept him as
finch, and niiii learn lhat ifahlai-kiuaii in
olllee falls to perform his duty, lie should
lie ousted by due procc of law and not
by inobior violence. The black uiaitmii-
learn that bceatl-e he is black ami has
come out of a slatcolVervitiidcand ignor
ance, he Is not entitled to -peelal privl
leges that if lie dc-Ires and obtains
ollleiid po-llloii, he' liin-t comply
witli all Hie regulations pertaining ti
them and Imi competent to perform all
thfirdiitic. .Wither race in the South
are yet educated up to this point. Tin
attempt to force such a condition of
things re-ults hi oclat coufiilou ami
THE WEEK OF PRAYER.
Programme or llii- Aoicilciin Cmiii
Kcliciil .villain c.
MHrcllenL A lll.i.
.. ,,i ini- i linen
gramme lor the
of iniycr, coin-
of the pa-l ; thank-giving for II varied
nierele; humiliation for pcr-onal anil na
tional sin; prayer for (iod's blelng in
Xtitioiiiil Objects for Prayer. For civil
government ami an in aiuuority: uir tut
increase of Intelligence, the purification
ut online ooliilon and the Miri-ad ot tree
Institution, throughout the world.
Home (thlccts for I'rnver I'm- oui-.
cuts and ehililrcn, teacher and guarill-
ins; lor school and college: lor the
Christian niluMrv; for Voting .Men's
Christian As-oc!atlons 'ami Sunday
i'orelgii'Olijects for Prayer. The ex
lciilou urrcirgloullherty throughout the
world; tho prevalence of iiojice auioinr
niitliiii. t tlir tiurrn!' of 1 1 til t v among
christians of all l,'(jids; tin- subordination
oi imeriiauonai ililereour-e. commerce
and seien.-e, to, Hie spread of C'hrM'
.MIsloiiaiy Object for Prayer. For
me conversion ol the .lew.; lor the de
liverance of nations from superstition
ami uir tne conver-ioii ot the world to
: i nrist.
IS.VI C'ltli iy
Prayer for ltellgloiis Kevlval. For the
chiirclie.s throiighotit Iho world, for their
Increase In zeal, spiritually nml devoted-
ly. and lor a clearer witness for the
truth among them.
A general meeting in tho menlue. Ad
dresso by mliiNtci of various iienoiniii!i-
iioiis. (Jin-dug exereie(
Oanlel lliuthlan invile (lie attention
of the public lo tlm iininene asortnient
of new, lieautlful, useful and ornamental
goods that will In a f,iw day he ills
played at his store, comprising 'boniitllnl
C'lilu tea wts, handsonm cologne or toilet
Kits, Ilolieinlan vases, lewel boxtw. ioll.s
of all s.,.s and prices. Corner .Sixth I
street ami Comiuerelal avenue. j
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
a stiori riipiiiit'iiirtii r iiip rum
A lilaii!i!ror of the trlfl. cnncortK trlvnn
in 'i ii i oi tno ruiiiie i.mrnry oi Kentucky,
my position creates nil Imin rtaut Iriisl In
hchalt of the Public Library and the
ticket-holders of the llllli gift concert.
The 1'ublle Library of Kentucky and the
ticket-holders are jointly inlcrcfcd In the
amount of llie.ilrawliig. 'hie larger the
fund to lie disii-iiiiiicd in gins, tne greater
will be the gill awarded to each lucky
ticket-holder mid tin more the amount
1i!illrll III' till- LtlltMI-X . Til llllVlt n I'llll
drawing 'j so maiilfe-lly lo the Interest of
tlio-e interested, mat, laiiier innii uao a
fractional ilrawiii"; on Ihe .sot ti hit.. I
em It due to tin- lliistconliiled to ine by
the lleket-liohlcrsaud the Public Library
of Kentucky, licit a shott iio.-tponeuietit
be made to enable me to dl-po-e of the
unsold tickets nml have a full drawiiiL'.
ThoiiL'h the very larirc niuoiiut now In
liauu would enaiiic ii to in-mimic Hand-
some gill", yet We should feel dUllMlollltcd
III tlll our hlt I'olleert. -nollld We he
omiicllctl lomaki a Inlet ii mat drnwinv.
We have received a very large number
of letters from all parts of the country
from tlioe iiio'I largely interested, urging
a po-tpinieineiil If nil the tickets lie not
sold by the ."0th, that we feci strength
ened In our sfntt of duty to the ticket
holder and the Public Library, to make
the po-tponelilclil. I'mlcr the clrellin
slanees, we have determined in the in
teret of all p.litles, to potpoiic the
draw lug to Sniurday, l-'ehruary'J", 1 .".".
at wliieh time theilrawiiig will positively
take place; ami, as a guarantee of good
faith toward ticket-holder-, we pledge
oiu-elves to return! to any ticket-holder
liU niilllnV. Illlllll llll'SCIllllllllll Of
ticket, should the drawing fall to come oil
at the dav now lived. The past, we led
a-siircd, will be sullleieiit guarantee to
a!! Interested that they will be fairly and
honestly dealt with. The money paid
for ticket8 is sacredly preserved. iiirii!nt
all coiiliiiL'eneies until alter the tiaviileut
of the gilts, alter which the e.pen,es nro
to lie reimbursed and the Pitblle Library
to oe paid us prom.
Tims. IJ. Iln.vMi.tnTi:.
Nov. 1ST I. Agent and Manager.
It sa!d lhat the (im-en of Knelaud
treat 1 1 I'-iiiiiic-s oi Kuia very ini
politely. It I the duty of olneliody
imias ine personal irieud ol imiii parlies
wea-unielliat illllv ourselves to remind
tlietjlleen that politeness eo't a mere
trille. and always nays. And now.hav-
nig iuciiargc(i uieiiiiiyso iimtxpectcdiv
impo-ed upon n by the demands ol frieml-
siiip. ii tue i.iiitire.s, n tier return Home,
noiild leii the out man mat she nadliccii
uiibbed bv tlicOiicen. thereby arou-hiir
the slumbering polar bear within his
lireat. and lie -liould seek an earlv on-
liortuiilty to rai-e a row with hii'dam .
iviillliig In the squandering of oceans of
gore ami gout, we want me worm to tin-
lcrami mat we watm-ti ami win-dour
nanus oi me wnoie iiiiieiiioii im-ine
from the very start.
"A Drop of Joy in Every Word."
riemimiton. X. .!.. .lime !i.'i. 1RT4.
Ir. It. V. Pierce, llullalo, N. Y. : Dear
Sir It I with a happy heart that I pen
the'e lines lo nckniiwlei"j that vou nml
vour (i Iilen .Meii cal I)l-eoery and rum-
mo reaeis are oicsiiiks io ine worm.
I hoc mcilli-hii' cannot he too hisr ilv
limlscd , tor they have nItnol lirouht ine
out ol the grave. 1 lircu toimtli njro I was
liroKcn out wun laro nicer ami orcs on
my body, limit ami lace. I procured vour
(luldeu .Mt-uk-al Discovery ami Purgative
relicts, ami have taKcli M iiotlle. .-nul to
day 1 am in L'ooil health, all llio-i: iu-ly ul
cers Having neai. ii aim leu my skid in n
natural, !ical:!i eomlltion. I thought at
n ue tliui! I could not hi cure, I. Altlcm-'li I
can butpoorl) expre-Jiayirralllllile to jou,
yet there I ailroi of joy in owry word 1
wiite. (!od' lih-'hi'i rest on ou ami
jour wonderful medicine l the huinhle
AVhen a UH-iliohio will promptly cure
uch tcrrlhlo eating ulcers ami free the
hlooirof tlitMlrulent pnon eaiilntr tlit-m,
who can lumrcr ilnulit It wonderful virtue?
Dr. I'lercu however. does nut wlh
to pl.ii-- his (iolden .Miille.'il Ul.,-ov
civ in Ihe catabcite ol ouack Iialent no-
triiiiishv li-coiiiiiiemlliiL' It to cure every ill-
s-ae, nor doe ln o ici-omiiu-ml h; hut
what he does clilin is till, that there i hut
ono form of blood ill-i-a-o that It will not
cure, and that disease I cancer. Ilu doc
nut reeoinmeiid his ihcovcry for that ill
scase, yet he know It to he Hie mot
enrchlli5f hlood eleaa-er vet dWcuvoreil.
ami thai It will tree tho blood and svlem
ot all other known blood nol-oii-, he tln-v
niiluial, vi-i'ciahlu or miner J. 'I'he (, olden
Dlcoverv Is warrjulcil by loin lo cure tho
worst fornisof khi Dleaes, a all lorm of
moune.-, I'liiune nun i.ru iiioiis, aio all
(ilaiulul.ir btvellini;. ami tin- wort lorm of
.Scrofulous and I Icerated Sorus of cek,
Leal and oilier narl. and all M-rolulou I)
seasos of the Ilones, a W'hltu .Swelling,
Fever Sore, Illji .lolnt and Spinal Dlcase,
uuni wmeii neioug in .-croiiuous discac
- . w .
Rr-honck'n Mnndrako Pilln
Will i" -. .. . . I- .". " - 'l":'."!1.0.''
iicceaty in ine iniai einiiicaiioii oi uu nil
lions attack, nromiit to st itt tho secretion
of tho liver, nml glvo a healthy tone to the
entire system. Indeed, It I no ordinary
ilieovery in uicoieai science io navo in
vented a remedy for those stubborn com
jil hits, which develop all iho rcult pro
duced by a hereloloiii fiee ue of calomel, a
mineral justly dreaded In m.mklml, and
iiL-kuowledKcil lo tu destructive in tho ex
treme to tho human system. That the
properties, of certain vegetables comprise,
id) the vinous of calomel without Its Injli-
rlou teudeiii'ie, Is now an admitted tact.
rendered Indisputable by -elenllllc re
searches ; ami thoo who uo the .Man
drake fill will ho fully satlslied that the
best medicine nro thoo proved by nature
in tho common herbs mid roots of the llelils.
Choc id soncii the bowels and correct
all billon dvrniixciiiciits without salivation
or any of tho injurious elleels of cal unci or
other ioloii. The secretion of Idle I pro
moted by theso pills, us will bo seen by the
allured ejlor of Ihe stool, ami dluppuar
liiK of tint sallow complexion and clcnli'llig
ot Iho toniruc.
A undo directions accompany each box of
Prepared only by .1. II Sehenek .t Son.
at their principal olllee, corner Sixth anil
Arch mimu, rnuniiclplil.i. ami tor sulo hv
drujiij'i't ami dealers. Price 'i"i cent pur
The Gamble Wagon
MAM TAITl ItKI) IIY
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE fli:ST and CHl'.APKST WAOON MAN.
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Nonr Thirth-Fourth Stroot
ILLIAM II. SMITH, M. D.
)ti:Sllll:.( H No ill Ihlilnnlll Mirel, lie-
'wiiii Washington nteniie nwl W'lilinit stit-ct
OrFICK: Xoith "Me of Klglilli lm-t tic
lwn foiimie iflal nit'l Wnhliil"nnteiilie
W. DUNNING, It. D.
i:l:sllli:.('l;: (,,rinr Ninth nml Walnut
OFFICII: Corner -UMli strn I anil Ohio b-vit-OKFK
I! IIOL'IIS Klein 'I ii in tnl.'in , nml
ihim In s i in
QU. W. DLAUW,
OI'FICt;: llmli-r's llloek, (iip-slnlrs) , eoriirr
l:l;rlith tiis tnnil Wiidiliiglini hm iiiii-
OFl'Icl!: Ohio U ie, over room furnuily
ici-M.liil 1.) Hrt NalloiKil lunk,
ULICUY & SON,
AKorncys a( jLtnv.
OFFIli:. KlKliih lnit, Utwiin Coniim-r-
rlni and W n-hlnxtoti imniies,
lolm II MttlU-y I
q rtKEN e oiLnr.nT,
Attornt'.vs and H'ounsclors
OI'FK t: Ohio Ij iit, riMiins 7 nml H ou r
t il Nnlliiiuil I link.
U 1 1 1 in TI I II K.IIHJI, 1
MllmFn-l lillln-rt )
( MUD ILLINOIS
trt.siie, Ini nlii-iilion iriren to Admiralty nml
iic i sr. palm i:it.
J. H. ABLE,
apiwi "SQJA u
COItNEU TENTH STREET AND
IS pivp.i -! til do nil kind of llou-e I'nintili7.
I.il-.iiii.mn"-r WliitevMl-liliiK ullur In the
t-it or -in roil I'lnnr euuntry nt im,iiu1-I.-Jul-cm
Ml i.nten will mint prompt and per
noiial HllentiiMi all mid mi- lihn
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Oil lo Xjovoo.
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
THOMAS SPROAT &, SON,
W'hoh ! ami IN tail Il,-.i, r In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIHO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
At Hulon AvWilBon's. CornorTwellth St.
. rum uiuo l,ovuo. ,
Ti; will run ini I"' waitoii lliioiehfiiit Ihe
V m-usoii. il.llu rinu' i hi n- lake hi-In nny
I o rl or tlicelly at Ilu- loiecl nmikit iriic, and
will ilUu I'lit ill ill oiirfrleiuls out-ldi- Hie rlty with
cull) Ilu- ciikc or car load, parked ill suvvdiHt
or aliliuuent to nnv dhtitme.
Tow-Boat For Sale
T1";""" ..".w ii;,tXi,;3n:
(III I'liKim IO. rj , t.ii kl,",, miii, alrl nnd
III in Hill ns she now lii -i at luho, Ul
lli rleiiKlh Is 112 ni l.hi r l.ivadlli 21 fii-l, her
IiiiIIiS lict nnd iniusiuis -.; tons. n, ha :t
Isilhi sil feet liinj! nml an Inches ilbmuti-r. 'JIiIkIi
isiiicciirfini'.Mlihcjllii,li'is 17!j lni-ln-lii
liumeti riind li fed sloki'i 'J f, e, pump I'ir
Iiih In illainelir and I" ini'lies stroke tiiidcll
iil'i'l, mo IliiMoM'ln, ills. uu, I n In i-vcrv- resniTl
sluiiiirli, n-a worth) , nod in 1,'ood coiiiliuon lor
navisiiiio. ror leriiisniipl) Io.
si ,s. I'AVi.im
t.nuo, Ilia , November .1, ls7l. ItCi-ll-'.-s-tf
GOLD GOLD !
$20 00 GOLD
ri-ii-l'lns, live (,'i) I'iioi,i, "hairliiK" those who
luueovcr no nii piio-ruiiiii)(
810 00 GOLD
lo Ihe lollii vvho mikes Ilu- IuiecmI "inn'
"nuked lint" (.Ipln), Hit- (.'o Irumiw.
''3-IloIlhiK lo lakepluieHt
CLARK'S BOWLING ALLEY,
Docombor 10th oncl 20th.
tJi-CTSfclhdh piles to liejtlvfii hy FariiKiker,
ViKXT i. tlothlir. ill Ohio U-vic, l.'nlio
Centrally Lotatcd, Eleganlly FurnjslKiI,
, Tho Ooinmorcial Hotol of tho Oity.
nt . sic stoiii;.
New' Music Store.
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
MONDAY EVENING DEC. 14
MtiMicnl Mcrclmntliso of nil kinds
ut prices to unit tho titncH.
.Mcr. liolihlns wiiulil atiiioimrc Jt
their frlrmlsunil the liillillcKi'iiPraH
tluit lm lin; been a llicy truM,
luMir.ilily known tliniln;ti
nut ill), reirioii n ileal
or In I'lANosi.Olt.
the " bole-ale
lioiit ol W. V.
ICImttfill of ('iiicnpi, for
thevT'H! ten years, they
ltVu eoiiehiipMl to ippo a .Mule
..lonrln Calm, where ihi-y will keep
,-'011 lifitiil, ami he cotis'antly In reeeitit of
fiVerjlhlm; Id their h o ih-lrcd by their
From the Ctlehrated la.imif.ictory f
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
oi hum. A l lano or Wolld-W ltlc n pnln
Hon ami t-onliereil by nil our noted nut
sii-la-i to he the licit Piano now umdu In
mo i mien Mate-. nIo, the very popuLu
GIVEAT UNION PIANO
Made hi New l ork, of which wc hae soli
over hfi in noiiiiii-in imiiol", jjlMnj; pnifie
The mot pptfect and durable Organ ever
made, there being t.ow vcr 0 yj in Use.
Kimball Orchestral Organ
A verv flue Instrument, adapted to IN
SIItP.Ml:NTAl. As WKI.I. Ati S.U.'ltKD
MCnlC, and becoming more and more poii
ular every day.
Aurtat variet' . s lecti-l with c re, n'.d
adaiitcd to the vaut of our cilsionu-rs. con-
sMiii:.' of all the new and popular iimic t,f
me nay, mini v uc ..i i.,iui
A Large Collection of
Studies & Exercises
FOll THE U8K-0F SCHOLAUS.
We would call specl il altenllon nftculi
ers to llii department of our slock.
Orders solicited, nml inil-Ic scleclcd to
suit nnd sent by mall on nmn Icrnis
as from laritc cities.
We will furnish our inuic to teachers at
the usual ilNcoiint: will select iiiimc for
vour scholars. If you will let us know th
L-nnle and slvlo d,i'-lied,
Teachers evervvvhern are reilieted lo
send u their address, and we will keen
tliem liiiormct! oi mo new puoueauo:.
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
CYMBALS, BAND INSTRUMENTS,
OP ALL KINDS, FURNISHED
TA.M 1501! INKS.
ALL KINDS OF SMALL GOODS
CAPA cT ASTROS,
llh hundreds of articles In our line, ie.
,iiiiiii too 111111:11 sji.icu lor emuiii-raiion,
if ovjry desarlptlon on hand, or furnished
Por all Kinds of Iii.-trumenls,
Piano sold by us arc warranted llvo
nml satisfaction guarantied.
PIANOS OR ORGANS
SOL!) ON MONTHLY I'AYMKNTS,
This being tho only icgitlar .Miulu Store
nearer than St. bonis, wu hopo our fair and
honorable dealing may Induce our friend,
to nist iln us by a liberal patroinge.
ROBBINS' MUSICAL BAZAAR,
:airo city confectionery
PHIL. H. SAUP, Proprietor.
Cornoi' Eighth St. and Washington Ave.
II AS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK
AND IS SELLING 20 TEIl CENT. LOWER THAN ANY
HOUSE IN THE TRADE.
O MHOS -l,i not l.nv old riindlt-s Hut have lt-n kept rr Ihe milliliter and an- slate .M
mi-lo nlir vwliMil l.u tiox oliirln to ivmtu In Hir 1,1. . . .iw
poiuids 'I In-1 I t . I I lie onl ,l.,ii. hi suti,.,i,
Fresh Baltimore Oysters Received Daily
TOR SALE AT WHLOLESALE Oil UETAIL.
MEN'S AND BOY'S
Is now prepared to show one of the most su
purb 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 of their heads taken to a
hair, and their head gear made to order in the
latest fashion and finest style.-
79 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
EDMUND HUEFiMER, Propriotor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommodations.
HOTEL and RESTAURANT
Corner Ohio Levee and Sixth Street,
HARRY WALKER, Propriotor.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
T. B. SULLIVAN,
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
TOILET AlTD FAWOY GOODS,
152 Coinmcroitil Avemio, botwoon Ninth nnd Tonth Stroots,
AVe liavo replenished our Job Printing Oflice with
many fonts of new type and have orders out for othor
fonts of the latest popular styles. Wo are determined
to establish tho imputation of. our oflioo for first-class
work, and make our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lower prices than any other of
fice in tho country. Mr. Obcrly, admitted to bo ono of
tho best prtfetical job printoi'3 West nnd South, has
assumed personal supervision of tho job printing do
partmentj and will endeavor to givo satisfaction to our
OP CONFECTIONS IN EGYPT
ltliii, m iv jon'iiin irit a i- jl unlit eamoit
trains and boats day and