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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjpUlE nULT.ETIN IjpaMUhfdtTtrjmorolnK
(Mcrpt ionl In U Bulletin Building, cor
Br Wulilnrton Menu ml TwfMh tmt.
Tiu llcixtn U MirrJ to city nbullr1ij
faithful rrrVxt Twenty VlTt CcnU Vei,
p4j Mt wttklr. HrMH (lnlTn), $10pCT
Asaumi lx monthi, W thire month), W one
mtnlh, II S3.
TIIEAVEEKLY BULLETIN.
1'ubllilM.l tTiry ThnrwlAjr morning at 1 23
jwt tannin, InrarUUy In wHance. The pots
on the Wwkly will be ptrpld t thl office, o
thai tntxcrlUn -win obtain It for lubtcrlrtlon
tlct of 1 J fr.
ADVEBTIsraQ BATES.
DAILY.
nnslnras Canlt, per annum M flJ
Ona aquare, one lnrtlon,. 1 w
One aquare, two lnMllon, ......... 1 M
One aouare. one week .. 2 M
One Kiiwre, two weeki f M
Ona antlard. fhm TrLfl.-u 4 W
One aijure, one month, ................ ........ 1 W
tflULY.
One (quart, one Imertlon M K3
Each uWijumt Insertion M
EJ-Ont Inch Ii a sqiuire.
Q-To ri'iruUr advertlaera we oBVraurwrlor In
UuotmenU, both as to rale of charge anil man
ntr of ilif laylng tlieir furora.
S3"Notlcea In local column tncrtl for Klf
Un Centa ier line for one iruertlon, Twenty
Cents a Hue for two ltuwrtlom, Twcnty-Klvc
tents n line for three lnaertlont, Thirty-Five
Cents a line for one wok, ami Seeuty-Flve
CtnU a line for one month,
Communications upon auhjecta of iron'
eral tntoreat to the publlo aolloltod.
S3" All letters ahoahl be Uml tu
JOHN II. ODKItLV,
PrmMent Cairo Ilullctln V)inuny.
Ilenillnv Sf ter on Every l'ane.
JOHN H. OBEBLY, Editor.
PoTTUit Palmkk denies that he don't
like his fathcr-ln-law, and that he hates
his mother-ln-law.
Colohaix) and New Mexico both apply
for ndmhslon to the Union, and bill will
be Introduced Into congress to that effect
to-day.
Soirrit Cakolina has returned a Deni
ocratlc negro to eoiiL'ress. Howl, Wil
liamson; and lift nil your voice, O
Potter, and weep I
Tin: total State debt of Illinois Is $1,
730,5)70.15. On the first of .'unitary this
will be reduced S-'o0,000, leaving the en
tire debt of the State less than u million
nnd a half of dollars.
Tiik lltpublic, the administration or.
gan which was started In New York ten
weeks ago, died a natural death on .Mon
day last. It existed Just ten weeks
Probably a hundred thousand dollar
were sunk In the adventure.
Tiik senate has passed a bill for the re
lief of thoto Western settlers who were
compelled to leave their lands on account
of the grasshoppers, providing that they
Kliall not be debarred of their right to
such lands.
In his message, President Grant made
the District of Columbia debt nine or ten
millions of dollars la tlum It xtu.itiy Is.
He now eays the mistake was thu result
of deception practiced on him by Ids sub
ordinates. The excuse Is lame and Insuf
Jlcient,but probably the best the president
can offer.
A few days ago, ex-Oovernor I'mIuht
knocked down and kicked Mr. Snlvely,
the editor of the Carlluvlllc Enquirer.
Mr. Snlvely lit a small and the Governor
a large man. That the Governor should
have lost his self-posesslon, and made
mich an attack, Is a mystery to us.
A Hiix Is now pending In Congress to
appropriate six hundred thmwuiui dol.
lars to the construction of u Hue of tele
graph from Washington to JJoston via
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and
Hartford, to be opened In the post-olllccs
of those cities by appointees of the post
master general, under such regulations
and rates of tariff as he may prescribe.
It Is provided, however, that the rates
shall bo uniform to all persons, ulth
Mich uniform reduction to the newspaper
press as may be deemed advisable, and
provided the rates bhall be adjusted to
meet and exceed the expenses of opera
ting and maintaining the line and net an
Income of live per cent, on the original
cost.
A committrk has been appointed by
the lower houw of congress to Investi
gate the Vlcksburg wur of races. This
committee was moved by a Itepubllcan,
and voted for by every imjintur present.
The Democrat took occasion, during the
discussion that preceded the adoption
of the resolution raising this committed,
to call attention to the fact that Itepubl
llcans were swift to Investigate nny
charge of outrages committed upon the
black people of the South, hut steadfastly
refused to Investigate the outrages com
mltted by tho thieving Jtadlcnls of South
the government of the
In the District of Co-
lmnMn.
Mii.Cii.uilks Noiiuiiofp speaks tints
i11srcpcctnilly of greenback: "Tlic
government Ismh-h promises to pay on tho
plea Hint It lias no money, and makes
tlitni a legal tender because tltey tire tiot
good." An excliange fays: "It might
lc added that oomc of the financial state.
mcn of the country now propoc that the
govennnent Oiall Unie more iiromUcs to
pay, becati'c It rnnnot meet thoe that
are already wit; and desires to niakethcut
all convertible Into 3-ft boi'" because
there will Ih too man' r Ihcni In elrcu
latloii.'' .
CJllANTANO IIRISTOW.
A stH'clal to the Coiin'tr-JoKmn fay, a
good deal of effort U made to cover tip
the factof trouble in respect to me rela
tions of the Secretary of the Treasury and
the President; but the opinion obtains In
well-Informed clrclcs.lh.it the casein even
more serious than has been stated In any
of the publications on the subject. The
trouble grows out of the Interference of
the President with tlie Secretary In his
endeavor to Inaugurate certain adminis
trative reforms. One of the lue was
over the effort for CatteH'if appointment
to take charge of the syndicate operations
in Kiirone. an ollh'e tor which there Is
no necessity whatever, and which may be
nplly defined as one of George Hobeson
political Job". It all grows (as report
siivjil out of a bargain between tl'" tro, ,
by which Cattcll was fo have KoImisoii
elected to the rolled Stales Senate, If he
could, and ItobcMin In turn to llx up a
tat place tor f'atlell.
The probability Is that Secretary Hrls
tow will go back to Kentucky to practice
law before Cattell sails ou
his linanclal mW-loii of grandeur
and expense at the Kuropean cap
itals. This matter could perhaps bo
accommodated, but Is believed not to b
the only point in which the Secretary Is
embarrassed and thwarted by the lallu-
enci! of riiiuM. Ills attemut to m t rid of
Mullctt and secure, an honest admlnUtra-
tlon of the olllce of supervMng architect
of the Treasury has alarmed Shepherd
nnd others, who do not want
their fat things dl-turbed. The
indications now nre that thu Secretary
will have a bard struggle to maintain his
just authority and take a proper cure of
his olllelal reputation. His lrlends here
say that while he Is not a man to make
cliart) points, or needlessly antagonize
with the President, he will In all cs-entlal
matters stand firm In the work ol re
form, and that, when this cannot be done
his resignation will be promptly
placed at the disposition of the President
In fact, considering the way the govern
ment has l)ccn run, and the strength of
the corrupt Inlluencesat ahhigtuii, the
retirement of the Secretary Is a very pos
sible event.
Nolo an Ijire.
ft it l!nt n lit1 r..llrtt1l'l dlllAr.lttflVl'ltlfr1
The lUth of November Is the fete ot tfio
women who make lace. That Is the day
on which they honor their natrone-s, St
KlIzatH-lli of Hungary. The reaon why
tlmt holy personage was selected for that
IiIl'Ii ixi-ltlon Is not well known, hut the
version generally accredited N, that the
saint was almost conianuy covered
with a transparent vail ot extreme Hue
nesai.'. nnd whleh rpscinhleil ac
a iloignatlou not Invented
at that time since the vcrlta.
Iilo labrleatiou only made its nr( aj)-
jiearanei' In Helgliliu at the commence
inent of the seventeenth century. It wa
then coarse and made with thick thread
Colbert, who found the new article to lil
taste, determined tolutrnduccthc produc
Hon of It Into France. With that view he
procured llelgiau workwomen ami found
ed In lliOi!, at Alengon, the ilr.t maun
factum of law, and In the modern day
the commerce In the article Is Immen-e.
The production occupies 100.000 women
in tin; department, oi inu uaivauoa, nnd
more than 110,000 in Auvcrgup.
The transactions must lie calculated
by millions of francs. The Illicit sorl
come lrom jirusoN. iiien rank the
Mechlin point, and Valenciennes, Alen
gon, I'Jugllsli ami Venetian points, and
the blondes of Chautilly. The Industry
Is purueil In nbout twenty departments
I.. .... n.i.l un.in. t I I I. .11..
remarkable for it, such as Caen, Arras,
Clermont, GUors, Tours, Vlenne, Aves
nes. etc. It Is also made In Switzerland
and Holland, but of a quality not so es
teemed. Iace Is made of the fibre of flax.
silk, and gold and silver wire. Tlmji-'i,
III Hi li. I. uml hiuii: mini II.IA. ana It
u tlie Unest and ine deaivst. its vame
augments with the delicacy and perfve-
IJlKJ OI (IIO llireilll, WHICH CDMS l IIII1CI1
as U.OOO iranes tlie Kilogramme tiwo
nounds.l The lowest nihilities arc worth
LKiO francs the kilogramme. These prices
of the raw material will give an idea of
the ability required on the part of tlie
work'-womcn. i.ace mane wun suit tawes
tlie name of blonde. It Is more sought
alter for being regular and of absolute
whiteness. Imt It cannot lie cleaned with
out di'teriorat on. That made win eolil
and sllvnr wire Is only ucd for church
ornaments and dcconuimis.
Kor Hoots and Shoes ot any
III,. rl,.il..
, i(ii.iii.j in uuaLi ii.iuii
'in. Killers on Twcullotli
street, or nt No. 81 Ohio Lcvcn. He miar.
nnU'CK to caoli purchaser tbo Mock that ho
seleets, ami mamitactures bouts at all prices
raiiRlni; fuim tS 09 to $15 09. Customers
troubled with eorus or toinler feet, nro
RtiarantcU an ca y tit, as boots arc tilted to
tho foot. In tho nbucuco of Mr. Elder, who
will superintend both shop, I'MI'lp llau(;li
win nave cuari;o or tlio Lovco shoi ami JM
Kltzfe'craM the bhop on Twentieth street,
Thaiikltii; bis patrons for past lavors he so.
licit a continuance or tho same.
02 12.!Otr
Niilnt t'lmrlri.
(Jooil ningle rooms ou tho upper lloor at
the Saint Charles can bo had, with board,
at tlic very low rate of $30 per month. Two
lart'e family rooms, fronting on tlio Ohio
rlvor, can bo secured at and 9100 per
month. These rooms are doublo and very
detlrablc. If
A. Hnlley.
Now Is your time. You can get belter
bargains tliuu were ever ofl'ured beforo tu
the Una ot Moves, tinware and lioiucfur
nlthliig goods, ut A. Ilalley's, No. 1(H and
170 WKsliington avo. l(t-3-12-Iio
i:nriiieiiii EsrliiiiiKC
Kxehaiitje for sain on all the principal
cities ol Europe, at City National Itaiik,
A. II. SaKKOitn, Cashier,
AM. kinds of mixed drinks made with
dispatch, und most lu.c'ous to the tacte, at
tho Crystal saloon, corner of Commercial
avenue aud Sixth streol, 12.0 tf
arollnn, nn1
Utilliil Statc
llollitnjr Prennil.
Daniel Hartman Invite the attention
of tlic public to the Immense assortment
of new, lieantlfid, useful and ornamental
goods that will In a f.iw day be dis
played at hW store, comprising )eauttlul
Chin tea sets', hnnd'ome cologne or toilet
set, llohenilan vae!, Jewel boxes, rfolls
ot all sizes and prices. Corner Sixth
street and Commercial avenue.
KiililT-ycnr oM Itourbon, only t tlio
2rytnl mloon, com r of Sixth and Coin
norclal avenue. 12 tl
OttKAt'. White (Innlte ami other table
Wore at 1'arfoii', Daws ic Co't, Tenth
strcot. li-8-tf
IIOllll.
Diwn, down tlicy come the prices of
stoves ami tinware at A. llnlley's, No. ICS
and 170 Wliln (ton avenue, 10-12-3-lm
si to mire.
Thlstltwooil Co., have llnlshed their
laruo elevator nt cottier ol twcntj-csonil
una Oliti l.cvcc, and moved Into It from
tliclr old itorc, the tlrat or tills week. Tliey
wtli luvo all tliclr elevating muclilntry,
s'.cain-power etc., complete In a rew dtjs,
and l 1 be prepared to sloro nud take care
of tliclr conlgtimonts wlUi much more eon
vcitlencc and satisfaction than ever before,
as their storage room li stupls to meet nil
demands that can potslMy bo made upon
them. CV 12-lC-ti.
Tiik llnest brands or clears kept con
stantly nt tliu (Jryntil saloon, cornurofHIxth
stlect mid CuiinnerWal ajeiiue. Ui'lf
xi:w i iVi:itxihi:.Mi:x j s.
500 PIANOS AND ORGANS
jk.I Sim'oiiiI-HmikI. of I lrwt-C lnvt
Million., mil It cU at I.oMt-r Vtlvvt tr
r.uA, cren Itlilllllllicnm, orjtr nut, in ii )
fl'iiiiutrv. iliirlnir lliese Iliirtl 'iitui-t
Y IIIIIUIIIVN. tv IKMIAI I. . Il.ll
ore om-reii lit .xn uiru.
nnuteil It tell IViiteri' cr Ncnlc !
aniiN, ami Conrrrto rtriii. Illiitrnleil
'nlnliiriiovi It11ll4.il. Ureal Inline.--
nieniH la tit I rime, si n'e'ii1" "'"" w
Tci(rlnTH..TIIiHlen,i iniri iie'.. i.ihiki
riciHMiiN. tie.
FPU FPRV flR FITRdiwI by the u.eo
eulnri, vviilrnce uf auceeai, Ac., ml'tn-.a W)".
t. llltMll' 1 ItlAL 1 At IkAlit. , rUI Lll
I)U')- , HICIIinolKI, IIKI
iier ibiy nt home Terint
I'lfc Autliraa
e;i:. HTIN
SDN ACQ .Portlainl. -Me
$77
A Vi:i:i Euarunteeil to male nnd
relume nftents in uieir locnuiy
Coil notiiinir to try it riinicuiur
free I' O VILKKKV ft Lil .
.MigiiKtii, .Me
Gso. P. Rovsll L Co.
rniiiliirt nu Airrnrr lur the recentlon Of ivlicr
tiwmeiits lor American Nenriura the nm.t
riiliilileieniaiillxliliii'iuiii inu kinii iu ine Miirni
MX iiioti4im .'M.wiirArKiiii an Ki-pi iryumrij i
nil., in. on tu liinmi'ilon by dummi'iY. lini
AiMiTlln'iiii iit It taken ut tin home nrlrv i
tin' ii'iixr, M'ltliunt nny mliUllonnl rharge nr
coiiiinii'iioa All nmeni-er, in utiiiuif; won
the Aki iii'v, 14 rat (it trouble ami eiirieiioinl
enri', maUni; nnu eontnict IniK'.it of a ilnien, n
iiiiiuiriii or ii tnoiiunu. . iiitou oi c-uuty
i.iiiriii. rnntutnliiir Uta nf Im-mI lkiiicr.. lmirenl
I'lrciilatloni, tpllitliiu., iicrlcnllunil, eUa, o-
iiiiciii, imiiy nun uiuiiiry iiH'r., ann uii inmi
entlnns which ure siieeliilly iiilualile to uhtr
tlxTi). Willi snine inforninlioli about prleta, I
Mill In anv inliln-. on uiililiciitHii
l'eron nt a illttaneu wMilllJC tu liuU'Con
IricIh lur ailvtrtlnliiK In any tn u. eny, iwmiy
Mule or Territory In tlie unlldl Matri, or an'
liorllon nfllii' lioinliilon of Uinwla. iniy rem
u iimciec (tatiiiient t.l Imt tliey want, tugethei
Willi ii coiv ol Hie Aim erlKi'iili'lll invy tie.
rlre tiiM'rtnl, uml win riii Ue iiiinrniiiiinii n
return mall wlileli Mill enable tlu-m to ilerh
wlicllur lu incriiiae or rrilure theonler l'ur
tncli liifiirmutlini there N no cluirge. Onler
uiv luken rora iiiKle iihikt n well an fora ll
fnra aincle ilullara. well in fur a larger sum
ViWcn CIliiiiMlluMilhiir).
41 P:rk Rov 1 1
12 17-illW-IU'
THE SUN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY FOR 1 876.
The aiinroaca of the Presidential election glvei
iiiiuiuai iiiiHiiunre io ine eiem una ueieioi
nient of ls7.1, We nhall imle-ivor to ilencrll
uii-m nine, luiuirully, mm lenrledHy
TIIK EEKLV &U.V lusuow nttalnul a clrcii
latluilof orerrereaty tlimwuli'lc.ole. It. rcuil
ers are round in etery state anil 'Iirrltiiry, uml
llx imulity U well known to tlu-publlc. Wi-.linll
not only emlcaror to keep ll fullv up to the oid
rtiiiulunl, but to iiupruiu unU uilU to llariety
ami power.
The WEEKLY SI'.V will continue to be a thoi-
ouxli newpnr. All tlie new nf the day will be
round in It, condensed when unimportant, nt full
length when ormonvnt, and ulwaya, we Hunt,
irtiui-i in u clear, iniereniiug aim imiructive
manner
It I. our aim to make the WEEKLY SUV Un
til-1 r.imlly newipajier In the world It will be
full oreiitertululreanilanurourLite reading of ev
ery suit, Imt will iirlnt uothimttonnVndtliemobt
scrupuloujiind delicate taste. It will alwaay con
tain the most mlereitlng utorlcAn;",' loiiuineca ut
"'y.earcOlllJpir l)eiia'rliiwnt It a prominent
ii-iVtire in the WLEKLY .SUN. and llaurtlrlr.
will always be found frenh nud ustful to lhe
farmer.
ihe numliernfmen Imlencmlent lu iinlitlc I.
lncrea.hu:. and lhe EKKhY SL'N I. lln-lr liimer
etpeclally. It llong to nu imrty, ami ubeya no
dictation, eoutindlug lor pilnclple, und for the
election of Hie but men. It expien the cornin-
tlon tluit dltcnu-eft the country ami threutcni tlie
omthruw of repiiblienn Imtitullon. It lu no
fuirof kuiirej,uuil teeks no favors rroru their sup
jiorters. li e in:irki'id ni ovrrv 1:11111 nnu nu luhiiiimtuiY.
regularly report eii lu its column
L'lilarl
Ihenrlcenrthe WEEKLY ht.'N laone dollar
lear Tor a .ln-et of eight luce., and UTIv-hIx nil.
rfi
i.
nr
uinn. t thl. barely mv theeNpenheiofpaper
andprliitluK, weiirenotubleto make any dUeiun
or allow any premium to Irlemt who may make
Kiiiclal elTort to extend It. elieulatlon Umli r
the new law, whleh lequire payment of pn.tuge
in iwiiaui;!', uuv uoiiar n jear. i lui twenty eeuu
the cost of preia!d po.lage added, Is the rate of
suwrlpliun. It Is not necessary to get upa club
In order to have the WEEKLY bl'N at this rate
Anyone who iidsonc dollar ami twenty cent
will gi t the paper, postpaid, lor a year.
U e h.ue nninileung ugvntH.
iilK WLIiKLY hUN -Eight pages, fifty-alx
culumns. OlilySl.VOa jear, postage prepaid.
No dlncounts rroin this lale,
THE DAILY feUN.-A large four-page news-paroftwenty-elghtcolumn
imllrelrciihitlnu
over laj.OUU All Ihe news tor 2 lents. sub
scilptlon postage prepaid, M iinis a month, or
W.'si iijear. io chilis or lo or oer, a dircouut
of winrrent
Adilress, "THE SUN," Ni wY'ork City
COAL.
ROSS
and Wood Yard.
Coal
COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
TKSr COAL
ANII
STOYB "WOOD
KEIT coiutanlly on hand at Hons' Yard
llulldliigrn""'rC'1'1 uv"1,u;' ul'P"He "ru
(hders promptly nihil.
-oul and woikI di llicritl Tree or cliaige
Terms strictb ch.h, 3i;-IO-fim3
IT
TtT
mmm
pur
mill I kikavasi. aallk 1'itrsi 1 1st ...il.s .... I
imUMUHUJJIrlt. UUUftQlMBTtttli
Itl"" r""U .'!. THi Iwwwl
.VM,tM.vv,, n, ivMiit riiw 1 vlfci
mum
oMIl'rl1
rllYHICMJfS.
JtESIUKXCBi No 21 Thirteenth Mrfet, be
twrcn Wiuliliifttoti mtmic anil Walnut itrrct
OFriCBi North alle of Klxhth atrwt be
twvn Commercial ami Waihlncton at tunc
C.
W. DUNNING, M. D.
IIK.MIIKNCK: Cornrr Ninth anil Wnlnul
Intt.
Ul'KIU;- Corner .Sixth dtrrtt ami Ohio U'Ur.
OKPIti: 1I0UHS t'roinOain tollm,unl
.Vim 1 MS p in.
W. BLAUW,
Gormnn Physician.
OITICK Under' Illoek, (up-ntaM,
Llglith ntrtft uml Wa,hlngton avenue
Kwii:nsi.
AMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at Iiiuv.
Ol'l'ICK. Ohio lvee, our room formerly
ueviiiilitl by I'liit National Hank,
CA1IIO, ILLINOIS.
JyUI-KEY & SON,
Attorncj'N ut liiiM.
Ot'l'ICE: Eighth StriTt, between Commer
cial anil Wanlilugtou arcnuen,
John It Mulkev I . ...
William I' .Mnlkey '"""u .i.'-
Q.llISIiN & OILDKIIT,
ilttorneyH and Counselor)
at Ijtiw.
OKt'ICI! Ohio tvee, rnomi 7 and 6 oter
City .National lUuV,
William II nrien, )
William II (illUrt, CA1UO ILLINOIS
JUIi'i Fml tilllint )
C'.iKrlnl attention clren to Ailmlrultv ami
simuiooai uuiiiie..
not si: AiNTEii.
J. H. ABLE,
General
House Fainter
ANII
PAPER HANGER.
CORNER TENTH STREET AND
WASHINGTON AV.
IS prtpninl to do all kinds or Ilou-c Painting
Kal.tiiiilningnr Whitewashing either In tin
city or surrounding routitry at leuiunable nrl
eta All order will reeeiie prompt and ier
sonai uiirnuon i an ami ec mm
iio.vt stoiu:s.
SAM WILSON,
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES
PROVISIONS, Sec.
No. 110
Oliio Xio-roo.
IVAtiO.VN.
The Gamble Wagoi
MAN ITACl UHEI) UV
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WA00N MAN.
UFACTURED,
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Stroot
i i. j .
Attention, Rollers!
Prize extraordinary.
GOIjD ! OOIjX) !
$20 00 GOLD
Totheioller who makes the larrest "run" of
-ii- iub, me ijj imiues, "iiiirrinK" inose ino
lu'Je oer 140 lnt prUe-iolllnK.
810 OO GOLD
fo the roller who makes the largint "run" In
"Coekeil Hat" (3 pins), Uie (5) frames.
KJ-Itnlllnu- to take place at
CLARK'S BOWLING ALLEY,
Docombor 10th und 20th.
'!?" V'f t0 V lven anihaker,
ni" 1.1U1111U, ui unio ia' ec, Lairo.
nut nai.i:.
Tow-Boat For Sale
THE Suli.crllur offers for dale the Kleam
'low ok Mini-Whirl ont, ae llammltt.
ttltli eiiKlnes, machinery, tackles, uppari l and
runiituie us she now- lies at Cairo, Ills.
Iter leiiKth Is lJ reel, her lireudth '.'I fiel, !.i
Iiplhafi'ttauil miures na tons. Mir jias 3
liuller'.,l ru t Ioiik ami 3ii Inches diameter, .'hlidi
liressuieenirlneswlthryllnders TA Inches In
llaineter and 6 liitsiokei 1 feed pumps U, In--hrs
In diameter and 17 Inches Stroke and all
mwlnu Impnueiiients.iiiid h e,try resiwrt
.launch, ten Horlliy, and In KOod conditlui fir
na IjtnUoH. for terms apply to.
, 8- S. TAYtoii,
l Aliio, Ills,, NoiemlarS, 1D7I, 10-I1.2S-tf.
sij.. ,t j.u jiii
Minic KToitr.
New Music Store.
BOBBINS'
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO, ILL.
Is XTow Open.
PIANOS,
ORGANS,
SHEET MUSIC
Musical Merchandise of nil kind
atpricoB to milt tlic timoH.
Mcisrs, HoliMns would announce, to
their rrlendsunil th piihllfReiiernlly
that lialni been, as tlicy trilut,
luvurnoiy Known inroiiLMi
out I Ills region am deaf.
Recon
nect Ull wilh
tlic wliolofe.ile
house of V. V.
Klmh.ill of Chicago, for
tliu pant ten years, tlicy
li.ivo concluded to open a ,Mnk
Store in Cairo, where tlicy will keep
on hand, and lie consl.mtlv In ri'i i lnt of
cverylhlnt; In their lino desired hy their
customers
PIAKTOS.
Kroiu tlic Ccluliratcit matinfactory ot
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
o Ilottnn. A l'lano of world-wide remiti-
Hon and ton-ltkrcd liy all our noted mu
sician to ho tho liot l'lano now made In
the united States i also, tlio ery popular
GREAT UNION PIANO
Made in New York, of which wi. Iuva .i.i
over40(j In Southeni Illinois, j;IIiil' perrcet
satlr.ictlon.
SMITH'S
American Organs.
The most perfect and durable Orpan ever
maue, uiero iieni(; now overiiVW In
me.
TIIE
Kimball Orchestral Organ
A verv Hue Instrument, adapted to IN".
I HU.MI..1 i.kl. A3 r.l.L. AS SACKED
.ill n , ami nccoiuinj; more and more pnti
niar every day.
SHEET MUSIC
A prcat variety, selected with circ, a'jd
udanted to tlie Wants of ourcii-tomers. con-
rlsttnK of all the new and popular imislcof
the slay. HOW OCA I. ANII INslEL'-
;ic.Mai..
A Largo Collection of
Studies & Exercises
F0H THE USE OF SCHOLARS,
We would call special attention of teach
crs to this department of our idock.
Orders solicited, and music selected to
suit und .-cut by mall, on sumo terms
as from larac cities.
TO TEACHERS.
e will furnish our music to teachers at
the usual dlicouiit: will select mudc for
your tcliolarii. If you wilt let us know the
(,'rado and style desired.
Teachers everywhere are rciiucsteil to
kcrid us tliclr aildress, and we will keep
mem iiiiormcu oi toe new puoucutioos.
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
ALL KINDS.
VIOLINS,
GUITARS,
FLUTES.
OP
BANJOS
L LA flint lb,
PICOLOS,
FIFES,
DRUMS
CYMBALS. BAND INSTRUMENTS,
OP ALL KINDS, FURNISIIED
TO ORDER.
ACCORDEANS,
HARMONICAS,
IRISH HARPS
METRONOMES,
TUNING FORKS,
VIOLIN ROWS,
VIOLINCELLOS,
DOUBLE RASES,
TAMBORINES.
ALL KINDS OP SMALL GOODS
BOW HAIR,
TAILPIECES,
VIOLIN PEGS, F'BCER BGAR0S
CAPA d' ASTROS,
BRIDGES, &C.
With hundreds of articles Ic our lino, re
quiring too much' space for enumeration,
MUSIC BOOKS.
Of every ileseriptlon on hand, or furnished
to order.
INSTRUCTION BOOKS.
Kur all Kinds ot Instruments,
All l'janos sold hy us nro warranted Uvo
yearn, and tatlsraction guaranteed.
PIANOS OR ORGANS
BOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
This tiilllfr the only rCL-ulnr Mush. in,
nearer than bt. I.ouls, wu hope our fair and
honorable dealing may Induce our friends
to austiln ub by a liberal patronage.
AuureFs,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAAR,
Cairo, IMnoiB.
mm nw
ESTABLISHED 1860.
CAIRO CITY CONFECTIONERY
PHIL. H. SAUP, Proprietor.
Corner Eighth St. and Washington Avo.
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OP CONFECTIONS IN EOYPT
AND IS SELLING 20 PER CENT. LOWER THAN ANV
HOUSE IN TIIE TRADE.
"I.VttriOS -Do not buy ;nM l amtlrs thit liar hern kept over the summer and arr slalc Also
see tit
our weiiiht
Vounilf
mint
ihp i' i i i. ih ...i.i hi.. i.. w ...i.u.
' .wjuuiihihiii i.my iiiii uiiiriu io contain ine lmunils net. rir iv amiim, m . ..
1 l . IS inr i.u.y place III 'Sijuth'rn Illinois where you ran get a compltts assotl-
Fresh Baltimore Oysters Received Daily
FOR SALE AT WHLOLESALE OR RETAIL.
MARX,
DEALER IN
MEN'S AND BOY'S
CLOTHING
FURNISHING GOODS, MOROCCO BAGS, &C,
Is now prepared to show ono of tho 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 HUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 3d good rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommodations.
A trusty
night.
watch for
Delmonico
HOTELand RESTAURANT
Corner Ohio Levee and Sixth Street,
CAIRO, ILLS.
HARRY WALKER, Proprietor.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
T. B. SULLIVAN,
DHATiBU I3VJ
ure
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
ALSO, A PULL LINE OP
TOILET AND FANCY GOODS,
152 Commercial Avonuo, botwoon Ninth and Tonth Stroots,
Cairo, Illinois.
-PARTICULAR NOTICE.
"Wo have replenished our Job Printing Oflico with
many fonts of new type nnd have orders out for othor
fonts of tho latest popular stylos. Wo nre deter minod
to establish tho reputation of our oflico for first-class
work, and make our prices. so low that tho most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to nd
mit that wo do work at lowor prices than nny othor of
lico in the country. Mr. Oborly, admitted to bo ono of
tho best practical job printers West nnd South, has
nssumed personal supervision of tho job printing do
partmcnt, nnd will ondoavor to give satisfaction to our
many patrons.
nt i: ' - . ",VI
PLANTERS'
HOTEL.
trains and boats day and
MEALS AT ALL nOURS.
rugs

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