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.SOAiA).V J.ODGK, NO. St.
KiilKlititod'ylliUi, incetmury Krl
d.iy night nt huir-jKi.it eeven, in Odd
Fellow' Hull J.io. Jl (!MAi
ALUXANDEK I.ODOK, NO. 221.
Im1iinilnt flnlir Clf Odd-1 :!
lows, incits every Thursday night
nt liulr-pasl seven,. In their hull on
i oiiimercial uunue, buvin sixth und Sewtitu i
T J KtHTII, N. U.
lAlltO KNIjAMI'MKNTi 1. O. O. K., "Kits
Win UiM-Kellowa' 1111 on the llmund third
I need-.) In cmy rnunth, ut tiair-il seven
.I.NO II. UllKM.Y, u. r.
(Jaiuo mjdui:. no. zjt, A.r. & a. m.
, Hold uvular communications in .sin
onlo Hull, corner Commercial avenue
nint I : I lt 1 1 1 ti Ktrirl. on tho second nnd
tirtii Jlonduv or inch month.
Everybody to knov, that the place t ki
A MIIOOlll sll.".C,
A good shampoo,
A r.'iMilonulilo hair-en',
Or anything In that line,
Is nt tlic (liusn CkntuaI. Itutni:ii
'Hoi1, corner Eighth and Commercial.
HS-tf .1. UKOItllK STKINIIOI'iK.
I.H1:m:K nt l.iml llrrliorl'x.
nimr llnIN iiMIvcry Iti'm rijit lull
PIUJ, II. SALT'S.
tSTPil'cncr Ucr at Ocorge I.Mtiier's
Saloon, on Coinmcrcl.il nvenue, i.ctwocn
Klfth and Sixth 'treets.
To the 'ltl7 im or Ciilrn.
1 would Inform my mniy frlomK that 1
urn Hill In the miction lm-liic, and ready
to nttvnd to nil palp that m:ty oiler. My
long experience In this- buliien need-, no
eminent I. is no experiment on my part,
and partie entrusting good to my circ
need not be afralil, as I am no ''.fjulb'' or
novice In the btllhe.
.ypeclnl attention given to real estate nnd
out-door sale, as I hive never ml"ed mak
ing a ssh. I) IIahtma.v, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth street and CoraiiKrci.il A v.
Heady printed packages of wah i9u
enough in each book to last two years,
lor '0 ( tut!- each at the Ilru.irrix Ollleo
lor the next two day--.
l)rli('iiiis..lII.Si:.M:it-nt I.ouis Her-
A .Vu. I l-'iiiiHtr.v .
It Is now conceded that Mr. Coleman,
the l.iindie", V. Ji Kolirth street, be
tween Wi.lim,'tou .V Commcrci-il avenue,
lis oni" or tlie bet co nlnctcd laundry tv
liiMMimu t-.11 tlic city, ami lindlords ot
hotel and boarding ioues ill tind it to
heir .dvantagti to cull upon
Iler rlcr aru u follows; Hotel
hoardlng-boutc v. idling, ',: cent
dozen. I'm piece work pi-iies
as lollow: single rhilt and
ar, 10c; per dozen Wo; socks Sir; two
XT-, ftc; two lianillcrclili'l oc: xetU
nnd all gentlemen's ucar, Hit.
ninn. Lidice' dro!, Si to
U!rt 10 to 20c; drawow 10 to 10c;
Plr liOfC Be; two collar. ' to too Kor U-
plain clothci ft 00 per dozen; lor ls
dieitlno clothes, it i'i per dozen; dono
drjuiptly, and promptly lolhvrvd. l'a
'ronage o!iciteil i-31-lm
Co"XX Amber and W'liito stock
.iivelopf.attliflii.i,t.i;ri.N ollk'-, piinktl,
Wtniid ?l lKlperM.
Ten pound letter Iieail-", lnrgesi.f,;ar
lisle paper, rated two cent-, higher than
any other paper ttienl in Cairo lor print
ing letter head onliuary eonipo;ltlon
only SI 50 iK-r thoti-aml at the llfj.u.Ti.v
At the llLixiirix bindery IS iiiuubi r.
bound In two voluun-., lull liilt mor
toofo; cot 1 1 ; lor sale at ? 10.
Hit to I.uiiIh llrrbrrl'H lor I'll. St:.
tr l'll-enurlleer I'rvslt mid cool, the
llnest beer ever drank, at (.'ha-. Schoen
iiH.'yer'j, corner Tenth 4trect and Wash
A Flno Muck,
Win. Killer de-lie to infiirin hU pat
ron and the pit He generally, that he li:i
now on h.md a hmc itookul i'ri-nc!i and
German . al-, Kip anil M iocco, and U pro
paml to nianuiaetiire, Inr toie and oillce
wear, tlm ilnet of Moro.-i o or C ill kin
hoci ur U t-; nnd for f.iriivr-, draymen
and out do r wear ener.illy, hl Kreiieh
JCip Ntindi above anything everoiltred In
tois market. UN Ua-U are ot tho latct
itylc am; he can yiiuraiiteo a lit and s.itl
.Uct'.on to all 111; patron. !) U-tl
(Jo to Charles Sehoeiuueyer's for fre.-li
I'lUener lleer. !
S8f I'resh and cool rihctiereveryilay
at Charles Sehoeiiineycr'i?.
l'JI.SliNKI. at I.ouls llerberf.-.
KiY l'llener Hecr at (icoie;o I.iittner's
Saloon, on Commercial avenue, botwecn
Kllth and Sixth trects.
A (diver plated No. 0 Wilton .Shuttle Sew
liif.Maeliliii), hard (piano) llnUh, vulueil at
tjs.'i, Will be. mid at $20 illM'onnt, on good
term, and ordered direct fiom the factory.
Colored and monuted Maps of tho olty of
Cairo at 2 B0 caeli, (linn price).
A No.O Wllsan Shuttle Scwlnc Machuio
Valued at f7.V Wilt bo told at t?K) dUcount
and orduicd direct lrrm tholtietory.
A $90 Herniation Sowii.g Machluu-$"0
ofl' for cash. Suitable for tnllor or boot and
At a bargain, and on good term-, a llowo
hOWlIlL' .Michlllil. .Mav DC lOCIl ut tlie Com.
pany'H oflleu, corner Ninth atrect nnd Com.
"rietur.!fpio Amerlei" Is iiutn'jcru
bound in - volume-, full jrllt Morocco
A etyl "H," ."Clotigh, Warniti ,t Co.'x"
l'nrlor urgan, iini itoni ttiu factory nt
troll. Lilt price, Will 1m fold for
Haw twu-homo Oainbla wauou.
For any of tbe above articles, apply at
tho ni!i.i,KTmotiice. I;, a. ihtiinktt.
it.vn:s or .iiivi:unsi.;.
C"AI1 Mils I'urcvhHrU'liiif, are due and p-iy-able
transient ndvcilljlng will lv. iuscrti-d at tliw
rate nt II Mi iTfuaie for the lint Insertion
"J WanH for each iiih.cqtteiit one. A liberal
illHCitintwIll hemnde on taii'llng nnddUpltt'
l)ciil nolHci, 1iidnesi or olheml'i', Mllllx
rlmrKedtcnrenttpcrlliin nr tlm llrat nnd lite
ei nti Tor rach niMltlonnt luiirtloii, (cuiitlntr
live Unci nnd upifuril) t u dlf ount w Id t nindu
after Ihlrcl lindtlon
Chiirrh, Society, tYntltiil mid Supper nntlrM
will only he lnertul m inheitleini iit
rorlnH'illiinrniiernl notlfc l l. Notlccol
tmillnnf ncUtli- "r -icift nntm flrrnl for
.Vo adverll'i'iii'-iit will lie rerelwd at 1 Ihun
riintSPAY, SKl'THMIM'.l: 10, 1H7S.
I.orul U'chIIkt Itrpnrl.
Caiiio, li t.., Sept. 1
II Ml. TllK. I WlNII. I Vl.t
:TT::. 1 " I caini o
, a in.
ao.i:n( 7"' i .v
'1 IIOMAS JONi:S, Scrct. S. S., f. S. A.
HI III m Work.
The county coniuiiloners arc "till
workltiKaway in thecottntv clerk's ollleo.
A new Howe and .Singer sewing m:t
ehliK'. Kiiiiulre at the I'lilletlu oillce.
V.. A. Itrii.NT.rr.
l'hlladelphl.i hat. the mot ashlon-
able now worn, at.lolin Antrim'.-.
liven more (pili't than tisua1. Noth-
in'' done bv elthor iuil'jre ve-terdav.
County ComiiiU-ionerji Ki-her and
Saunder1- took a trip Into the country on
Tuesday to inspect the road.
Lot I), lllorli I, Ohio l.i'ii e.
lietwei'ii Klulith and
Friday, October lt. 1 ".,
at 10 a. M,
New and fashionable Neck-tie a large
a-.-orttnent all shades, at John Antrim-!.
Mrs. Dr. Smith received a telegram
from .lone-boro, ye-lerday, .-.tilting that
her father was ilangerouly ill. .Mr-.
Htnitli started for hi bed-ldu ycterday
'flu' .MIjHIii I.rti-i'.
Mayor Winter am Alderman Satin
tool; a trip to that portion of the MI i
ippl river nearest the old graveyard
yesterday morning, for the ptiipo-eorin-speetliigtbe
levee. They reiiort It caving
In at a very rapid rate, and In a bad con
dition. Mill lirliMllnir
Tiiib grand Jury i one of the longest
w lulled bodies In the bushier. 'J'liey are
still grind!. ig away at lliidlug bilU against
the .-inners of tin- city and county, and
have made up their tiiind, wi: are told,
to clean the town of dl.-reputnble men
and women, or "hit!."
We are informed by Judge liro that
forty indictment found by the grand jury
during the pat week, have been certified
down from the Alexander county circuit
court to the county court, thus taking
considerable work oil' of the hands of the
Klder S. K. Mal-cy will preach to-night
:it tlie ChrUtian Church at "J o'clock.
Tlie public are invited to attend.
(inferno ("leu iii'il,
reroiii having cisterns needing pump
ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices n -suit the times,
by calling on .1. S. Hawkins, Cross street
I have a man and pump employed all the
time lor tlie purpose. 0-1 Clf,
John Antrim is now in Xew York, lay
ing in a stock of Fall ami Winter good
that will excel any thing ever brought to
this market all of Hie hite-t style.-, of
ready-made clothing In the finest goods.
The best line of cloths and Cas-iuiere,
the largest assortment of hats of Litest
patterns, and everything else, can now
be found at Ids store 011 the levee.
From a private letter received in fids
city a few days ago, we learn that the
Helen D'Kste theatrical troupe will vllt
Cairo in about six weeks, and remain
for six night-. Tlie letter is complimen
tary lu Its review of the ability of tlie
member. of the troupe, the company
having been recently newly organized.
t the meeting of the city council held
on Tuesday night, Alderman I'atier of-
lured the following resolutbin in regard
to the pay of the two suspended police
men, Whltcatnp nnd Schuster, which was
HVicwjs, Tlie city council did on tho
evening of tho 10th day of August, 1875,
at their regular meeting allow police of
llcers Whltcatnp and Schuster each sixty
dollars for services during tho mouth of
Julv, when In reality they were only on
the force and did duly nineteen day,
therefore, be it
Ilenolml. That tho -aid motion bo re
sclnded and the city clerk be authorized
to Is.tto in lieu thereof thlrfy-elght dol
lar. each for nineteen days i-endce; und
further, that lui cancel tho terlp pre
viously Issued und not deHicred, by
writing In red Ink- ncros. tho face of sumo
tho word "cancelled," and signing his
llemly Muilo Cloitatuu.
Made from tho cheapest to tho most
coUy fabrics at panic prices tit John
Mr. W. II. Morrh 1ms returned from
lih trip to Wisconsin,
llX'.Mnyor .lohn Wood !. sick with
an attack of the bilious lever.
Mr. .1. C. Smith, oi Springlleld, 1111
nolc, u large (iilto projiorty holder, it In
Mr. Ike Morun, cashier ol Hnlllday
fc Phillips' wharf boat", wnt taken down
with the fuver ycti rday.
Mr. K. ('. rneennti Mr. Thom, who
have been ntH'iidlng the ronferenrc nt
Centnilla. have reltirned.
.tlnilr it Jl Uliikf.
Clancy's itorsc seem to have a mania
for running away. He hnx made it lively
on two or llitcu occasions for those who
l.andleil him. Ho r.ctl It yesterday morn
ing, hut he happened lo get into the
wrong rlutclie', .mil got the worst t tho
bargain. A young man whom Mr.
Clancy engaged to subline the ,'inl
mat hail just lliii?hcl hooking him to the
wagon, when the bcaet took one of hi
.pclln, and started to run. The driver,
however, had got upon the seat anil a
hold on the "ribbons," nnd at each jump
the beat would make, lie gave him n
flight caress with a big club. Tho
driver drove him from Twcllth to
Twentieth strceti as fast ns he could run,
nnd back, and by the tlinohislmd reached
tho torc on the return, all the vinegar
w.'i? out of him.
At tlic meeting ol tlie cily council held
Tuesday night, Mr. John (101111111 was
put in nomination by Mayor Winter for
chief of police, and was conllrmed by a
unanimous voteof thoahlermcn. Messrs.
Andrew Cain and Mr. O'Maley were
nominated by III Honor n police con
stable. They were alo iiiiauliiionsly
continued. In the opinion of tlic lli'i.i.t:
ti.v. a better man than Mr. (Jossuiaiito
perforni the required dutie of chief of po
lice could not have been selected, and he
will, It Is out belief, work to the entire
satisfaction of the people. Tli5 experience
of .Mr. Cain in police matters 1 probably
as large as that of any man in Cairo, and
lil share of labor wHf be faithfully per
formed. As for Air. O'Maley, he i. a
gentleman credltuoly spoken ol by all as
a good olllecr, firm" tliejiotiee force i- now
a very compellent and able one
fulIMIic of Hroatlcloths. Iin-'llsh
Coaling and Ca-shneres, at .lolm An
trim's. To l.eil..
The l!ev. Mr. Wallar. who lias been at
tending the church conference at Centra
lia for the past week, returned to his
home In this city yesterday. He was or
der' d by that body to take charge oi
the Methodist church of Mt. Caruiel for
the next year, and he will therefore con
duct the services in the church of this
city for the lat time on next Sunday.
During I!ev. Mr. Wallar'. stay In Cairo,
he acquired by hU unbiased mind and
kind heart the friendship and good will
of nil. He has done much good lu (hu
caue of Christianity during his labors
here, and the member of Ids congrega
tion have bt coinu much attached to him,
and will regret to -u hiniKO from among
Tho I'ev. Mr. Gilliam, who was or
dered by the conference to succeed Mr.
Wallar in tlie pulpit of tlie McthodUt
church here, will begin his labors aniomr
u.- one wceK irom next Kumiav.
Nt'llliitf l.iiior to Minors.
The grand jury, it I said, have Indicted
1 number of the siloon keep'TS of this
city, for selling liquor in quaiititie- ol'le
than one gallon, to Illinois. This is a
wrong that Is perpetrated day alter day.
and night after night by men hi Cairo.
It is no uncommon sight to see bovs of
ixteeii. seventeen or eighteen year step
up to the bar and take a drink. It lias
become so common for boys of this agit
to drink ut the bar, that were the keeper
lo refuse they would become highly in
dignant, and their cigar, billiard and to
bacco money would find it way into tlie
till of a more accommodating salooulst.
Card playing in tlie saloons, "for the
drink,'' is also a verv common sight
now-a-davs. fio into these places when
you may, sitter dark, and you will find
from two to a half dozen grown boys
seated around a table playing Saucho-
pedro," drinking, swearing, suiokiugand
chewing. Tlie Jury 1 doing good work.
Let them keep on.
The Cliurlcstoii rule
The Mississippi County (Missouri) Fatr
Association Is an iiistlliitlou that lias been
for several years past largely patronized
by Cairo people, and lor the benellt of
those In this city who think of attending
tills year, we will say, judging from the
accounts given by the Charleston papers,
that tlie coining fair promises to be the
greatest success of any ever given by the
asoeIation. Tho principal feature of the
fair, however, it seems, will be the display
offastruntiliig,trottliigand pacing horses.
Among tho llycrs to bo entered U tlic
running horse MeN'alry, owned by Mo
ran ami Conlau, and a pacing liote
named Hob I.ec that Is claimed to bo very
fast. Mr. Maurice Morau, of Charleston
wo notice lu tin item published in the
Gazttte of that place is the owner of n
pacing horse called Hilly Hoy, that Is
claimed to have paced a tulle at Do Soto,
lu two minutes and nineteen seconds.
This horse, If ho Is placed on exhibition
at tho'lalr. will prove the biggest card the
association can offer.
TliU is a new style of picture now be
in;,' produced by Win. Winter, the artist,
ol tills city. These pictures are creating
much interest in all the principal Eastern
and Western cities', bciup: altogether new.
They aru tiullku photograph, being
raised and beanlilully enameled over the
cutlio httrtiicc, soft In tone, but dhtlnct in
the lights and shinies'. No one w ho sees
them i'mIIs tondmlro them, or in f-'lvc the
artist an order. Wo liavo licen shown 11
number of iicturcs of wcll-litiown ladles
and gentlemen of the cily, nud havo no
hesitation in pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. Wo would therclbro advise nil
who take Interest In Mich matters or tie-
I.. . 11 r- iim. ...... ...
birc pioiurcv, iu can upuii iui, " unci iu
his gallery ami examine hU woi lc In thU
new braticli of the shadow-cftpturlng art.
Nepleniocr Term, IHT3 -lion. I, .1
-Utisiues in the circuit court was
very brisk.. Three Jury trials were heard,
ami other business transacted.
Henry Jackson plead not guilty to
Ihe Indictment returned agalmd hint for
latceny and burulary.
John 1.. Wright. Indicted for Mealing
three shirts and five handkerchief; from
a man named I'eed, plead not guilty tn
I he charge.
The bill against McCartney lor at
tempting to burn his wife's house w as Ig
nored by tlie grand Jury, and retimed a?
"not a true bill."
-William T. Scott, with James Wheel
er as security, entered into n recognizance
nr$700for the appearance of Win. T.
Scott at tlie January term ol the circuit
court. In 1S70.
The Jury foiindn verdict of guilty In
the ca'o of tho l'cople v. Henry I'ogcrs
and fixed his punishment at three years In
the penitentiary. He was clwrged with
stealing a gold watch from Mr. Hutler.
Willi the indictments returned to
day the grand Jury have found and deliv
ered In open court In all one hundred
bllU, and the business before that body
has not reached an 0111!". Tlie State's at
torney Is kept busy drawing bills, with
out a day or rest in sight.
In the case of tlie l'cople vs. Minerva
Hurley, Indicted for tlie larceny of one
hundred and llfty dollars from (Irace
Winsor, tlic jury returned a verdict of
not guilty. Ilcr'attorney, Mr. D. T. I.ln
egar, insisted with success upon the pica
of Insanity, and made 11 very appealing
speech on behalf of hi client. The ver
dict shows the fruit of his eil'ort.
The verdict was "not guilty" In the
cae of the People v. Clcni. Voting.
Clem. Voting was indicted for tlic larce
ny ol a pair of sleeve buttons valued
at S2., but owing to the b
seuce ol tlie prosecutor's prin
cipal witness the jury were com
pelled to give tlie verdict they did.
The grand jury returned eighteen I11
dictuienLs Into court yesterday, thirteen
of which were ent to the county court.
Tlic live retained in tlie circuit court are
against tlie following persons: Henry
Jackson for larceny and burglary, John
L. Wright for petit larceny, Win. T.
Scott for permitting gambling In his
house, second offense, and Ilutchl-on for
Ilin r Wnlkcr, tlie Olil llcllntilc Nn.
The old and popular saloon keeper,
Harry Walker, will take charge oflhe
well-known Crvstal saloon, earner of
Sixtli street and Commercial avenue, on
Wednesday morning, September 15th.
Harry will excel hi former cflorts as a
caterer to the public, and expects all his
old and new liiend to call around and
examine what he will have on hand for
the trood of the inner man, in the shape
of plain and mixed drink, etc. All tlie
ancients ami moderns know
what elegant and sumptuous lunches
I larry u-ed to et. Well, be proposes to
equal. If not excel, his lormer elVorts in
that Hue, and will spread si famous mie
eery morning. lie will keep l'ilener
beer in tlie Ijcst of order cool and frc-h.
On Saturday night at o'clock Harry
will regale his vMtors witli "music by
1 be bund," nud it lunch that will atonish
fat and lean men lu fact all who tnav
honor him with a will. Kecollcct it will
be a Jolly nlfair sotnethlntr like oid
limes, sis It were. Harry Walker will ex
pe it all nanus on that corner lor some
tune to come, a be is to be manager (f
I. oni llerltrrt Iiiih VI I.HKMilt.
Steamer Jim F!k, Fuducah.
" Arkansas Belle, Kvaimille.
' Sunllower Helle, Louisville.
Tow-boat Mountain Oak, Sliawneetown
Steamer Jim Flk, Fmlucali.
" Arkansas Belle, Kvansvllie.
" Sunllower Helle, Vieksburg.
Tow-boat .Mountain Oak, Thebes.
niVUIt AND WlIAlllKlt.
The river last evening was 10 feet 0
Inches on the gauge, having ri-eu -l 1-5
Indies during the preceding 21 hours.
It will lie falling, no doubt, to-day.
Tito weather continues clear and hoi.
Col. llearden is loading tlie bargo
Mary for New Orleans.
Ciipt. Williams, of the. Jim I'isk, h
at home, sick witli fever.
The llatmock City has been sold to
parties iu Louisville, and will leavo for
her new home to-morrow.
The Mountain Oak had a barge in
tow, containing a portable saw mill,
which Is to be put up near Thebes.
Tho Sunllower Hello belongs to the
lu'iot lino ol steamers, and is an admi
rably arranged little bayou packet.
Tho Arkansas Hello brought UOO
i JUITCISUI H"ii', .'. I'uiaiuus. wiu
' sacks of com and 12 barrels of pork, night
The transfer, McCouib, claims to
have all the business alio can attend to,
which would indicate that lrclghtR for
1 the South by tail are plentiful.
A dispatch to tno at. 1,0111-; papers'
mivs 1 hat the Sllverthorno hreko tt wrist,
ran through herself and pitched her plt-
1 man overboard, ncnrbvatisvlllel'iieMlay
VVAIl iue.VIITMKNV ItlVKI' KkI'OIII, )
Sept. IS, IK73. I
LYNCH ft HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Knnus and '1,000 acres ol
unimproved 1 and lu Alnxnniier 3011 ty,
Wlatcr'a Hlock" nud ' Winter's It w."
A hro number ol desirable lttiUtr.nco,
nnd excellent vacant LnU, iiiltablo lor
bit Iocs hoti.es and rcMduncc".
lotte on Nineteenth street, for $.'0, Willi
privilege of lease.
Wlnter'H Hlock tiltnblo for Hotel, Oil!
ccs or Ha!nc room cheap.
Tenements numbered I, 7, S and .), In
Winter' How, r,ootn each, for ;10 per
No. lu, tcirncrl tli M 7 rminjn,
Tuat desirable double Cnttat; on corner
of Thl tceuth and Wasblnijtoii.
Kino two story brick on Commercial 11 v
'cnuc, between Tenth and Klcvctith streets,
suitable for Dwelling and I'lislnc!.
Two hott'cs on Commercial, below .-Sixth
street, suitable for l)iisliirs Home and
Two ftnall House west of Twenty-second
street, near I'ine, H each per month.
Dwelling lioiie on Twelfth, near Wal
nut, fi rooms, for f 12 per month.
Hii'liiess house, on Levee, near Kiglitli
treet, for $Jn per month.
kok i.i:a.sk, or. sai.i;.
A number of Lots on Levee, aborc
Twelfth -trect, outldo lire limit. Abo
u largo number of other Lot in dlrtcrcnt
Land, In tracts to sHt', near Cairo.
A cook man preferred. Apply at the
IX CIGAHS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWt'KKTHWAIT A: PHILLIPS'.
j5Tilener I'ecr at George Lttlner's
SalooD, on Commercial avenue, between
Klfth and Sixth atrect. u-S-tf
S&'X. Kag Mock envelope? at the Bi'i.
1.1:1 i.v oillce, Sit 25 per 31.
r!)I'iltener fleer at Ocortfo Lattner's
Saloon, on Commercial avenue, between
Klfth and hlxth streets.
low flown llicnrco. nt J. II.
TiO.OoO envelopes, all grades and prices,
Just received nt tlie Bri.i.iiTiN job oillce.
100 ti:ii'iel nl'lline. hn-tiinalitv. filr.snle
at low-down ik-nres at J110. B. Plilllis &
fJriy-XX Woodstock envelope-) :lt the
J1i m.i:tj.v oillce. S.l 00 per M.
For threw days. Hum at low prices,
kiwis, by Jno. V.. I'hillls it Son.
l.lme-.U lowet prlcef ut.luo. 15. PhillU
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy ro'lef for youii',' men from ttio ot-
feet ot Errurit ami Abues in curly life.
.Hsnho3d restored. Jiiniediiiieuts to 3Iar-
ri:iy;e removed New method of trcut
hi ut. New and rcinurkublo remedies.
Honks and Clivulsri sent free, In -caled en
velopes. AddrcMi Howard Asoelatlon.
4I! .V. Mntb st., l'hlluileltila, I'a.-an In tl
union liuln,'ii high reputa on fur honor
Hblccviuluet nud profess.ouul skill.
Correcteil Dally by E. M. Stuirns, commission
im-rcliant, hecn-hiry of the L'ulri) Jloiinl ut
Flour, arconlliiK to Kntlc
Com, inixcl, aai'kisl
Corn, wldtu, nai-ktil
ilrun, H.r ton
Mfal, stiuin dried
Iluttcr, rliolee Northcni
Iluttur.cliolci! --outtivrn 111
Kt(,M, pvr diizcii
ClucUrns, jwr dozen
iuru;)w, fir uuiill
Ap'.ili-s, dioli'f, r barrel Aim
Ai iln, cuimmiii, per liaucl $1 M
I'ulutoed. tier barrel St ,3
Unions ner barrel CI 00
"lTniii'NllUHbly Ilie lu'Nl miinIkIimmI
iiihh 01 iu Kinii 111 mil norm."
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Dealer m Fresh Meats
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XT BKI'8 for ul the uuet Bef, fork. Mutton
Uatn-iaBr mi end I eMk
IHirvt H 'erv
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aw r.K ut i
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MEAL, BBAH, tit.
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At tho Very Lowest Prices,
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rtU, m: fan conildently i?le jou the latiat
tl:i lucviry variety otnairdre-slnir
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