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Till) DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOKNIKCi, NOVEMBER 22, 1879.
II. MA II KAN', M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and .Sui'treon.
rlM Corumrrtlal av.tnuc IteMJenco rnrnor
KourteeiiUi St. and Wiuhliitfloii avenue, latro
JK. K. W. WIIITLOCK,
Orru'i No. Ms Commercial Avenue, between
tigbth and Ninth Strwu
It. W. C. JOCELYN.
D E NTIST.
FFtCE Eighth Street, nesrC'oinmerciul Avenue.
NOTARY PC BMC.
Notary Public and CimveyaiHTF.
OFFICK;With the Wldowa' and Oorpoaua' Mu
nil Aid Society.
J INKUAK A LANSDKN,
OFFICE No. m Commercial Avenue
(JAUIQ CITY FERRY CO.
THREE illkl STATES.
Ou and after Monday, June 10. the boat will make
h following trlpi":
foot Fourta at
Miseourl Laud's. Kt'iitucky Ld'g.
H a m.
10 A. IB.
2 p. m.
4 p. m.
3 p. ni.
8:30 a. m.
10:) a. m.
f.m p. m.
9:W a. in.
it a. m.
S p. m.
."i p. in.
10 a. tn.
4 p. ni.
J?OR METROPOLIS AND PADl'CAll.
Tit? E.i'iraul SUtewlicel Fa-neuer Steamer
Uaveti Cairo every Hflcrtifiuu at 3 o'clock. f"r
Paducah, Metropolis and way landing. Knr
frcljrht orpaaaaKC apply to sail.. A. Ml. F.l!
t'4&fi(W. Second St.
Korean kud Douiealie tided and canned Kruil mid
Vegetable. Canned, dried and alt K!h. Fick
le, (sauce. Oils and Condiment, uiip
Mails. Bakinc Powder, ground Hiu
wlio'.c Spleen Toilet and Laundry
J-osp. Seeds, Jelliea. Preserve.
Fancy (.iroccilen atat (iro
Stock unparalleled in tlj- West.
SEND FOli OUR "(IWH OS' MAMTI
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Made In Order
ir'KOM Tilt. ItFST
WORK. MATERIAL AM) TIT OUAR
ANTKKD. IflUpairiuH duue vitb ncatm-n ami 1 ;uiti:b .
SHOP: Vahini;!oti Avenue.
'IVnlu Street, s
K . Corner
CAIUO. 1 1 j I i.
.TOVIW'A YEAR, or ft to
n vour own iiii nlllv
Wutnctl do n well
MuiiV nikku timro
' htlllllllll Mtutltll
aboTii. No imn eftii Hill tn
vnaUn money fanl. Anr ou cau do tlie work. You
ran nn V i from tsilc to '!n liuiir liv iU'iitlii vour
.mnlnr,a and apart tltnolo llm htiHlnra. It i-dhI
nrtliilnu to tt7 lb tiiiHlni'Mi. Nolhltitt Hkn II I'ur
imiury maklin rviroOVit'.d before. I'iiMhi'm iUi h.
mi I and Ctrl, lly lioimralile. IteNder, II' you want in
know all about tliu lient payiliK hunluem lu rnm tlm
ijiihllc, r'-nd tta your aildreva and we will Ma d umi
r!l vtotletilarn and prlvatt lrrtia frs aamplea
unirtafcl 1o frei'! toil tan ll"'U tilfikc up your
mind for vonro!f. Addr-ns UltCltOE HTINSl'N
0, Fortlimd. y.aiue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
kntkj:i at the i'or office is camio, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLASH MATTEIt.
OFFICIAL I'AFKKOF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning1 Daily la Southern Illinois.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Only one case before Squire Osborn
yesterday, ami that a civil one.
Mr. Joe Ronekcr's popularity as "Dr."
-Rev. Mr. Bonnar will hold service, for
tlie first time, in the Church of the Re
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is recommended
hyall druggists as being a purely vegetable
and reliable preparation for Babies. Price
"Don't forget to bring (St. Jacobs Oil
for father's Hheuiuatism," was the parting
word we overheard at the station the other
Mr. W. 15. New begin is now a mem
ber of the firm of N. Failing & Co., dealers
in coal and grain and proprietors of the
Macon Steam Elevator, at Macon, Illinois.
The scarcity of local matter in this
morning's issue, is duo to the fact that some
of our compositor were needed in the job
office, on account of a rush of work there.
-We regret to announce that Mr. M. B.
Harrcll, who is at present coufined to his
room, was some worse at dusk last night.
We trust, however, that we shall soon re
cord his permanent recovery.
The editor ol the Chicago Tribune
received a communication with the request,
"Please print if not too full." "We hurl
back the base insinuation with .-.coin," he
says with virtuous indignation.
There is very little loss from melting,
to dealers in ice, now-a-days. We were re
minded of this yesterday, while standing
in a "nipping" breeze, watching Walt
Wright take in a dray load.
Sam. Walters says helms passed the
complaining stage and ceased to rail at dull
times. He had 15 ear loads of doors, sa.h.
etc., and 500 boxes of glass, when the
"boom" struck him.
A new strike. The working classes of
our community' have struck against the
many high-priced cough medicines and
have cudorscd Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup as
the best and cheapest remedy in the world.
Price, 25 cents a bottle.
Besides the trial of the confidence men
reported in another column, only two casts
of drunk were up before Squire Comings
yesterday; mid they were both remarkable
for nothing but their extraordinary plain
ness Leing unornamented and' unadorn
ed by what is called disorderly con
duct. They were fined one dollar and
"iicvcr-forge tables" each.
A Chicago man of sciVnti.1t: proclivi
ties staid up all night to witness Prof.
Tiee's shouting stars, and after tramping
around the back yard of his residence until
!i o'clock a. ni., the citi.en was attacked by
a uniformed tax-enter, who very uatui.i'iy
took him for a burglar. When released
the following day, the Amateur astronomer
stated to a friend that the policeman's einb
produced more iii'-teurs than old Tire ever
dreamt of. with v-vci;il large rintj-taiVd
comet thrown in.
The attendance at the St. Charles Imte!
ln.it niht. at the second meeting of the '."
t" 12" serie s, v,is larger than tin- la-t. and
a much larger gathering ilmn ii-u:i!ly at
t' lid p irtie ol this kind. The rational and
s n-il'!e idea of doing all the lancing be
fore midnight, U favorably received by
both old and young. The hull w.is crowded.
Pi nbergS bund nasat its best, and wlr n
our reporter left at ten o'clock, the enjoy
inent uai lit full height, witli :i pio-pect
that the stoutest would have ,i lull and suf
ficient amount ol dancing by
when lln- lights were put out.
KI.DKi: T. .I.SIIOBKSTOTIU: Fill INT.
WIll.N Itivisr.s AM) I.AWVMts
Wild shall Dl.t iKi;?
Lawyer Cunningham's correction of mi
nrlicle which appeared in The Bru.i.i is
yesterday -morning, has brought KM:r
Shores to the front with an indignant pro
test. It pains us to see so eminent it mem
ber of (lie Imr as Mr. Cunninghain ami so
fiuiut nt i divine as Mr. Shore at logger
heads and trust that each will sc, afier
having hid their my in pnm, u:
lleee'sity of dl'oiiig e tllHlter pel lUMU
enliy. ISi low we give tic letlia ih he re
T.T1ie r.uit. llo :
tStits : on stuied in vour i-siie of Thni-
day that 1 h id sued Mr. J. It. Cuiiniiigluiu
for switching if 2.50 from my lawyer's table.
This is a mistake, He look the money,
but I did not ui' him an 1 I did not owe
him any monev. I asked my lawyer if he
had employed said Cuiuiiighniii and he
said "No." I then paid hint $5.0(1 in full
and thought I would say nothing about
the. $2..V). Afterward Elder Bradley told
me that Cunningham was hounding him
for iiuue inoii..y. I then saw Ciinningliam
in tlie pn.-i-olliee and aeciiscd him of try.
Ingtogi t inoneyi.f llivtln-r I'.radley. lb'
turned on me like a wolf and claimed that
t 1 I.!... I .
nu mm mi m i vices, linvo. Hot em
ployed him since H75, nnd Ihe i h did mu
inure dainagti than guild. I look an up.
peal and gut Judgement. This man nurd
la-flopped. 1:1,1,1,11 T, .1. SimiiEH.
OUANI) SLICKS OK TUB KAMI AM) FESTIVAL
(I IV EN BY Til III LAIJIF.8 OK TIIK CATHOLIC
( lit K( II, AT TEMI'EHANCE HALL, ON NO-
VGAuiKii l?ni, 18th, IOtii and 20tii,
FOll THE BENEFIT OK LOllETTO ACAPEMV
LIST OK LUCKY FEUSONS IS THE BAF
FLES, DRAWINOS, ETC.
The. rosultof the fuirin aid of Loretto
Academy, exceeded tho hopes of the most
sanguine of its managers. The ladies, one
and all. were enthusiastic in their efforts,
working early and late with unflagging
zeal and a singleness of purpose that is
characteristic of them in any affair of this
kind, and neveror hardly ever fails to
The table under charge of Mrs. Ore any
and her assistants, Misses Augusta Schuh,
Bridget Foley, Maggie I.eary, and Addie
Feith, made the following returns: From
collections, $00.00; sales of fancy ai tides,
etc., $147.25; chances in rattle lor organ.
$2U.80; lace cuffs and collars, sold by bal
lot to most popular young lady, $0(1.00.
Making the handsoms aggregate of $332 40.
Miss Mary Oalvin was voted the most
popular young lady, receiving 207 votes ;
Miss Anuie Monroe received 207 votes, and
Miss Aunie Hunter 157. The proceeds of
the voting amounted to $06.00.
At the ratlle, the prizes were distributed
as follows: Elegant bronze clock,
Mr. John Sullivan; music box, Mr. Georgo
31c Donald; barrel of flour, .Mr. Jacob
Klein Mr. Klein also won the prize calf;
No. I gold watch. Miss Ellen Cullinan:
No. 2 gold watch, Matt. Walsh, Jr.; tine
bed quilt, Mrs. Uaggio: silver castor, Miss
Marion Hurt; jewelry (gold and jeti, Mr.
(Jayer; picture (last moments of Mary,
Queen of Scots i, Mr. Albert Smith: elegant
work box. Miss Celia Oreauey; fancy slipper-box.
Miss Clara Susanka: doll (the
bride), Miss Katie Cnlahan; Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Thumb. Miss Carrie Kochlcr: Mr.
Win. House won the tine opera cloak; the
silver watch fell to Mrs. T. W. Halliday.
At the auction sale Miss Bridget Foley
purchased the picture of Pope I.eo.
At the refreshment table, presided over
by Mrs. Marnell and Mr. Madden, the fol
lowing cakes were won: Mr. P. Mt Devit
held a lucky number ond carried off the
cake donated by Mr. llerc. Mr. Tim Sul
livan won the cake donated by Miss Maggie
Dines. The handsome pyramid, donated
by Mrs. Andrew Bird. wa won by Mr.
James Boone. Mr. Will Whitaker won the
cake donated by Mrs. M. Howh-y, and the
cake donated by Mr. T. Coylc. wa won by
Mis Katie l'aggio.
The supper table, which wa under the
siipc rvi.-ion of Mrs. 1!. McMrnt's. Mrs. It.
Walsh, Mrs. Watts and Mr?. OT.ouglilin,
realized handsomely, and the management
thereof reflected much credit on the ladies
who had it in charge.
( :te of the amusing features w as the auc
tion conducted by Mr. J. P. Maiuell and
Mr. Frank I (fitly. Air. Maruell's superiority
as an auctioneer is accounted for by Mr.
Mealy as follows: That when he cries out
Hij-ooi.s, going, going, gont: ! he no doubt
coiiifiuphtti's soon to ship in the sun"
boat wiih Mr. Mike O'Donnel. and suit the
action to the word.
Mr. W.C. Mulkey was indefatigable in his
exertions; the result showed by his work
that he wa successful in procuring Votes
in the cam as. which was under his nian-
ageitient. tor the point lace cHV and hand
kerchiefs. Miss IS. Foley was a most valuable aux
iliary to Mrs.Gieaney. and dining the even,
ingsof the fair, she "shown like a bright
At the young ladle, t.lice, Mlv (
.iayt r uM.-ted. and the p ilionage of
Irii'iids greutlv ini'iva-cd the
Mr. Thos. O'l.oiighlin wns lhere lioiii
d'ik to dawn: with him it was all work and
no play. Tom was door k'l per.
The Catholic fur was without doubt, mie
of the grandest ever held in Cairo. I,' 11,'
I befote it began, th" holies of the
i church i-v'tted themselves to the uliiio.t,
I and labored iucesautly la preparation fur
I it. All manner of trinket-.veiv made ,y
I the young ladies; contribution were s'llie-
iteii anil ireeiy given, i.uiey cake hum other
eatable were prepared by tie'' older ladies,
tickets were printed, and hundred of
them said ill the small -1:111 of ten cen's.
souie das before the opening, Many were
the conji ctuic us to what the n .-ul! of Mich
extensive preparation would be, but a the
object the rebuilding of Loretto Academy
was a worthy one, and sustained by all
w ho had the well being 0!' the cmiuiuiiilv
at heart, none could doubt the managers
Would be limply repaid lor thi'ir labor,
And mi they wtc,
Although tie: We.ilher. 011 the opening
night was, t r. iiicly disagree Vih ,a toleiahiy
g n id crow I was pre-a ni and general good
feeling prevailed, Bui on the second nignt
tin) at tendance was large, people seemed
to awaken to the fact that ten rents would
entitle them to several hour- of pleasant
piistiiiu: and from all pat!- of 1 1 M . ( ;tv l(,y
weiiih d their way to tlie K-lorm ,t, ' he
eiijoymeiit was real and i;ni 1 :nhI. none
cotihl enter without being diawu into the
general ru try m iking, an I taking advan
tage of opportunities ofT-ovd to purchase of
the many good and iis' lul itt;een displayed
in gorgeom, profusion. Ami none could
leave wilhoi.t feeling that tin ir time und
iiicney hid b en luosl worthily spent.
Wednesday riighl was equal in every respect
to the night bifuc; but daring 'Ihursday
night cainn t.he"bootn." L.nly in the even
ing it might have been notaed tlmt a large
lU'ljnti'y l.fthe pill -Itli JM (1., , y, ,y ,,tl;ct
were moving with rapid strides toward tho
hall on Tenth street, where ull had been ar
ranged lor the grand finale. The weather was
cool and bracing, and ono by one, at first,
the visitors came, but only for n short time.
Soon a continuous column of men, women
tuul children poured In nt overy door, and
filled the spacious hall to overflowing. To
say that it was a sea of moving human
heads an ocean of happy human faces, is
hardly an exaggeration. There was no limit
to enjoyment, pleasant little incidents
ami occasions for hearty laughter. The
old, the young and the younger, seemed all
to stand on the same footing and lie deter
mined to make that night one of unalloyed
pleasure firmly impressed upon the inind
of all, and long to be remembered
by every participant. Long after
midnight there. was no abatement
in the festivities, and not till it o'clock
in the morning did the managers gam rest
for their weary limbs. It is impossible
to mention in detail all the ingenious
means employed by those who were inter
ested with the management to keep up the
geneial interest ami good humor, but it is
enough to say that those in charge were
well fitted tor their duties, thoroughly per
formed them, and covered themselves and
the church with lasting vredit.
The fine white cow that was being led
mound on the streets' yesterday, was
slaughtered lat night, and lovers of fine,
juicy, coin-fed beef, will find it on the
counters of the meat shop of Nick Wil
liams A ('o corner ol Twentieth and
Washington, l lo early and lay in a sup
ply of this particular beef for your Sunday
eating. Nick always keep the very best
ol meats, but this of to-day is extra good.
They also manufacture .all kinds of tine
sausages and Lave it for sale in large or
A KK.NTt I KIAN WIlOsK 11 lilusi n TOs..
THE ELEPHANT (osT HIM TEN IHU.I.A1I.
A gentleman named Frank B. Evan, of
Edyville, Lyon county, Kentucky, was e
terday "taken in" by the live card confi
dence game and lost ten dollars thereby.
Mr. Evans was yesterday standing in front
of the Planter's house: and was engaged in
conversation when one Leopold Marx, alias
Ia' Myers stepped up to him and after a
few light remarks told him that there wa
an immense elephant at the point; that the
elephitut would not remain there long and
that he was Imund for the point to see liitn.
Mr. Evans alo being desirous of seeing
the elephant aecpted the company of the
stranger and the tv sUricd for th? point.
Mr. Jim Biggs having heard some of the
conversation and seeing the two walk off
together supected that a confidence game
w us "brewing" and at oner put oflieer
Schuckers on the track. The officer fol
lowed tliL'in down town: saw them look
here and there for the elephant, but none
was found. At thi time .Mr. Marx, alias
Myers, who had now gained the
entile confidence of Mr. Evans, drew
from Ids pocket line cards and explained
bow lie hud been cheated out of a ho'sc.
At this time one Henry Wells ciot our
banker) alias Dave Coleman, a shrewd mu
latto, stepped up and offered to bet Evans
5 that he could not pick out one of the
three cards displayed. Mr. Evans was very
sure he could, for he saw the private mark
on the card, but did not wish to bet. But
when the bet was raised to $10. the offer
was too tempting, Ik: drew a ten dollar note
from hie pocket: put it up and lost it. Oiticer
.Schuckers who had, tinobsi 1 veil, been stead
ily stealing upon the trio, now appeared
iqion the scene nnd arrested Marx alias Myers-
the mulatto escaping, lie was taken
! before Squire Coining, who held him in
a :;()() bund. It was 111 tin: iiiteiiioon that
Mr. Frank B. Evans, of Eddyvilie, Lyon I
Coiintv. Kentucky in other wmd -"tiie !
man who wanted
boarded the Fik
to see ihe elephant,"
tor Piidileah, and
board of her snw the escaped mulatto. He
at once left the boat in search of an oflieer.
found Nc.huckcts, and had him arrested. He
was taken before Squire Coming for trial
but denied nil knowledge of the ail'air. He
had worked for a living, he said, evr since
'ill) and had never before s.ten the niati who
wai hi accuser. The evidence, however,
conclusively proved him to be the guilty
man and hence Squire Columns held
him. as his parliier. in a $31)0 boiul.
Leopold Marx alias Lee Myers is a. Jew,
whose fconii- is in Evausville. He is one
of the men who, with the assistance of n:i
other man, played the confidence game
on a stranger near the gas house scin
time n"o and escaped. He was yetcrdav,
before he plaved his "little game." ordered 1
, ' ; . . . ., . .:
by ( hiel I.allue to leave the c ity piolnised
to do mi, but didn't,
Dave ('oleinan, the negro, who gave his :
name as Henry Wells, is a professional
confidence man and is known as such by
the ollicevs. He has been loitering about the
city for about throe weeks, but will now rest
his weary limbs in t!m county jail, until,
with his partner, he will lake up a more per
manent residuiicu in the penitentiary.
If you want a good dish of Oysters served
in any style, or 11 hot cup of coffee, go to
,-,(1 Ohio Levee, next lo I. M. Jt. it. office.
Open day and night. Families supplied by
the can. Selects 50 cents, mediums 411
cents per can. A. T. PkHai'n,
In childrens' knitted wear.
rjiHIS SPACE BELONGS TO
6-1 Ohio Levee,
lie is too busy to write
h)l 1 1 AIM J
Elegant lines of gimps an,l fringes, a. ex-
ceedlllgly low prices. J. BlIIOKll,
1 2 . Commercial avenue.
PIO S-FEET, SPAKE Itll'.S, ETC.
At the packing house of Ilinkh: !t Moore,
on Commercial avenue, pig's feet, spare
ribs, back bones, and other trimmings in
large 01 small quantities are for sale at very
low prices. New Ium for family ue, invite-
Io.oihi FEATHER BED
Wanted to renovate, at the leather fiuindrv
of Heid and Fatherly in Mrs. Byrnes' bjlil.P
iug. near St. Patricks church. Feathers
cleansed by steam, washing, drjmg nnd
bleaching done in the same cylinder. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Price for single bed
$1..5o. Cali early, our stay will be shoit.
oVSTEKS IN ANY STYLE.
Harry Walker has jut received a large
assortment of Fn !i ()yt. is. and will serve
them up in any style. You can go and get
tk'-nt any way you want them. The i vster
counter N under the iirinageinent of
Oi.H TIMI. run i ai the baibt r shop of
J. ieorge Steinhoiisc. on Eighth street, near
Alexander County Bank. (!sxl barUrs,
easy chairs, slmip raor-, clean towels, etc. I
Shave 10 cents, haircut 25 cents, shamptNi
25 cents, and other work pM poitiiuirdly low i
Renn inber the dace.
POSITIVE BAItOAINS. '
Every department is filled with the most '
desirable grmds, btitight before the recent I
advance in piicv. and we beg to assure I
our patrons ami the public that an oppor
tunity is now offered to obtain bargains
which liier will pri 'ient iteif ngain. Call
and examine my t-s k and prices.
J. Bi 110 1. it.
121 Commercial avenm
WHERE WILL I CO.
To get a good pair of Boots or Shoe nude :
to older, from Ihe very ln -t material? Co
toil, .joins, t oiuini reial avenue, Atlu neum
building. Workmanship and satisfaction !
guaranteed. No lit, nn pav. Pi ices to suit
A NEW SCHEME.
A tl in silver ten set will he drawn for at
Ticlicinaii's billiard parlor- on Christinas
eve. Every person paying for a game of
billiard w ill receive a ticket entitling him
l to a chance in the drawing. Tit kef can
not ! obtained in any other Way. J
BLACK COOI IS. j
Cashmere., alpaca, Henrietta crapes, and
every other make in large nnd varied quan
tit if--. .1. lit uiiKi:,
I2f Commercial avenue.
losM.Mi I CON A IIKDOFAOONV.- Torttllld 1
ill every joint with iiillainiiiatoiy rheuma
tism, is a prospect which limy become a
melancholy fact if the twinges of the dread
disorder are not cheeked at the outset. JVr
soiisofa rheumatic tendency find llosd t
Pa's stomacli Hitters a useful remedy, nor
do they encounter ihe risk in using it they
do from retorting to that active poison
1 1 olehicum, which is often cmplowd lo ar-
rest the malady. I he use nt Hit: Bitters is
equally as effective in its results, and is at
tended with 110 risk. There is ample ti-sti -
iimne lo iiriiv.. tli il tin. im.rlii.inj. im.
I . I ......... .....,,,,. I
I blood depurating tiuaiities of no common
1 order, besides those of u tonic and general
"Iterative. It stimulates the action o the
ki,,m;i'K !! 'i'1 l,r'!''.,l,"s V.,m the
system ot impurities which develop disuse,
,, lir ttlin,,bt M,r;(mi , I . t, r . Fi Vit
and a;;iie, dyspepsia, debility, iiervoiisness.
constipation, etc., an- remedied by it.
By li.Nivi.nsM, AcioiiD, Aycr'r, Catharie
Pills arc the best of all purgatives for fam
ily use. They are tliu ptoduct of long, lu
borioii, and successful chemical investiga
tion, and their extensive use, by physicians
in theirpractice nnd by nil civiliyed'natioiis.
proven them the best and limit effective
purgative Pill that medical science can de
vise. Being purely vegetable no luiriii can
arise from their use, In intrinsic value and
curative powers no other pills can he com
pared with them, mid every person know
ill"; their virtues, will employ them, when
needed. Mild, searching ' and effectual,
they are specially udi ipted to the needx of
the digestive, apparatus, derangements of
which they prevent and cure, if timely ta
ken. They are the best nnd safest p'hy,ic
to fin loy for children and weakened con
stitutions, where a mild, but effectual ca
thartic Is required. For sale by all
a tetter Advertisement.
" '"i." a ov E ktim e m e n is lirHH"Toi"urna Tf
I xv Hv limii each or lemt will !, puMtMnid or f.
, Hue, .'.cents. Situatiotia wanted Irue.
A 1 ottau'o of tlireo room on Tenth mreni n.
Wa.MnL'ton avenue, w,.( Mil,.. SnpV at No
In iriiitleioeu. ori'utlfiiiu and wife, without
lull r,-i one lurw .eend M...y (rent rix.m.
iirn Mied or tinfiiriilMieil. lu prl,i,. fuUly near
tin- (ulim limine Addrer A. U C Ik, 7i
Ca'ru, 1 linoi ' 1
H11- steel i-ncrhvln-", for rale Cannot he
,.,."!r,'.t of Lt' I'l'ldlstiein for le than ir..iii acli.
Will lies.vM MnKj lor $10 111 eirh. or the four for
$.;u.!W. bnqulrr at Tnr. Ili i.i.ans hlmU rv
(wstKlia and piirclmiera of Rial K-uu- in Cairo
tn.ulil herur.- they have a .cx.d tltlr I am no
pn-psri'd to (urnlMi lt!ets h1 reiisouahli. rt"
M E A ST K HI) AY
(mre. in Court Hnu'
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parily worn, liut nululilr for poir or procramm
mirk. cntiMMlncof tirevliT.lnrig primer, pica, great
primer, paraxon nnd dauhlu vugUth letter and
flk'urn fall me lotuplete. without ubci-i tul
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( W. WHEELER,
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Tenth Street, Between Wasliinglon n.i
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Milk ue'.lier.'rl twice a d.
j SEALED IX PINT P HTLES.
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::o PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
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diivs, herret -Tlie only tllcHolverof tloMiolniinoiia
Crlc Acid wlil c h imlsls In tho lllond or Itlionmiitlc.
nnd (lotity I'liiieiit". Jl it hex: 11 linxi.r for $n.
Hent to any nililn'HH 011 reivliit of prleo, linlur"d
by l'liyrldiier. Hold Iiy nil brnlM. Aoiliewit
WASHBURN & CO,, v"
Only 1 111 purl i-m' )),pomi'0 UroadwH), N, V.
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