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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1879.
yf II. MARKAN, M. P.,
Homeopathic riijilclan and Surgeon
OflU H fomniriwliil avmir. Itealdencecorner
Fuw l nin til. aua wauinuiu svi'iius,
JR. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Urnca-No. 1M Comroorelal Awnw, between
F.UibUi tad MoU Blru
JQR. W. C JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eight Street, near Commercial Avenue,
Notary Public ami Conveyancer. ,
OFFICE:-With the Widow' and Oorpnana' MU'
ol Aid Society.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFlCE-No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
flAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE kiEiQ. STATES.
On and after Monday, June 16, toe boat will make
the following Irtpa:
UlVEft LIAVII ICAVZt
Foot Fourth at Mlaaouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
ft a.m. 8:30 a. m. 9 a.m.
10 a. in. 10: a.m. 11 a.m.
.'p.m. 2:Wp.m. A p. m.
4 p. m. 4:: p.m. 5 p. m.
0 a. m. 9:W a. m. 10 a. m.
3 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4 p. hi.
OR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The Cegaut Siduwheel Panenger Steamer
Leave Cuiro every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Paducah. Mitropolia and way landing. For
Iveight or parage, apply to bUL.. a. hilmlk,
J. T. WARREN & CO.
4 & 06 W. Second St.
Foreign knd Domestic dried and canned Fruit and
Vegetable!. Canned, dried and rait Fish. Pick
le, Saacea, Oil and Condiment. Soup
-rtnfla, Baklnc Powdera, ground and
whale Spice. Toilet and Laundry
Soap. Seed. Jellle, Preaerw
Fancy Groceriv and Gro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS' MAN CEL.
WOOD AXD COAL.
( W. WHEELER,
I;aier In all kind of
Cord Wood. Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
A 8 PKCIA.LT V-
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington and
76 OHIO LEVEE.
No din or ditt hy mcaanre belli!,' i-poed to ulr.
i im uuuvereu iwiee a nay,
SEALED IN TINT BOTTLES.
Try it aud ce lor yonraclvci.
30 PIXT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cah on delivery of ticket.
CAIUO. - - - ILLINOIS.
r f f A MONTH guaranteed. $11 a
1 1 1 J I If I day at home made by the liidim
k "1 II Itrlon. Capital not required;
mi f 1 F we will atari you, Men, women,
v v boy and Klrl luake money fait
n t r at work for u thtn at -any-
thing flu. Tho work ia Htrht and ptcaaiint, and
wta a any one can im rluhtat. Tho who are
wle who ce notice will cnd u their addreMra at
owe and aeo for thenmelvea Coe'ly outfit and
vuri Iw. Now in tho time. Thoo nlreadv at
w ork are l vine up large um of money. Adore
TRl'E A CO.. Aniruta, Maine.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTKKFJ) AT THE 1"08T OFFICE IN CAIUO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PATER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Moruiiiff Daily iu Soutlicrn Illinois.
Sietui Omct, I
Cairo, 111.. November as. IHTU. f
Time. liar. Tber. 11 urn. Wind. Vel Weather.
M a.m 80.SH
11 " 30.48
S p.m. ao.H.t
Calm Lt Kaln
Maximum Temperature. fs ; Ulnlmum Tem
perature, 468 Ralufall, 0.00 lucb.
W. II. RAY,
Serg't Signal Corp, V. tt. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Wanted a good milch cow. Apply
at No. 3 Winter's Row.
Judge Mulkey left by the Illinois Cen
tral yesterday afternoon for Mt. Vernon.
Cornices and room moulding put up to
order at Ford's. .
We were sorry to learn of the serious
illness of Mr. Andrew Cain's little son yes-1
t .'rday. I
Get your oysters for Thanksgiving
dinner at A. T. DeBauuiV, 50 Ohio Levee
next to I. M. R. R., office.
Oil painting gems, pauuel chtomos.
statuary, etc., at Fords.
Judge Crawford was among the num
ber whose presence adorned our streets yes
terday. Japan trays and lunch baskets at
Conductor Page, of the Illinois Central
railroad, we regret to hear, has been sick at
the St. Charles for several days.
True charity is to give your suffering
Rheumatic neighbor a bottle of St. Jacob's
Drummers were numerous in the city
yesterday in fact they were more so. All
of which indicates that business is booming.
Get your oysters for Thanksgiving
dinner at A. T. DcBam's, 50 01 lio Levee,
next to I. M. R. R., office.
Ladies companions, sailor valises,
German knife baskets at Ford's.
Miss Mollie Boyle, who has been visit
ing friends in Vincennes for the past sev
eral weeks, has returned.
Caution insures safety, and all cautious
people cure their coMs witli Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. 23 cts.
Japanese brackets and boquet tables
at Ford's Bazaar.
Last Saturday eggs were retailed at IT
cents per dozen and yesterday they wete
wholesaled at 20 cents. Where now is the
By postal card, we learn that Tom
Morgan, after circuling around awhile,
has settled for the winter in Omaha.
Remember the poor to-morrow. But
don't take this as a hint to send us atur
key. Editors never, or hardly ever cat
Go to E. C. Ford's on Eight street and
A new crossing has been put down in
front of The Bl lletix office not made
necessary, however, by our employes' fre
quent travels across the street.
" Mr. John Mirnell, fur quite a while
connected with the Sun office, has severed
his connction, therewith and contemplates
quitting the printing business permanently.
The Pustoffiec will !e open only from
8 to 9 o'clock to-morrow fn.-noon. The
balance of the day will be devoted to giv
ing thanks by the attaches of the office.
Indian baskets, ladies beautiful glove
and handkerchief lioxes. spla-li m i'.s and
sewing stands at Ford's.
The portly form and genia! smile of
Judge Bross can again Ix- seen on our
streets. He has' returned from an attend
ance of the meeting of the tlr.ind Lo.lge of
the I. (). (). F.
The curly bird catches the worm, and
sometimes a bad cold, which however doc
no injustice to the of old provi rd, fur with
the aid of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup colds are
of no consequence. Price, '!' cent.
The finest line of photo frames, motto
frames and easels ever brought to Cairo,
Wo want to whisper It into ycur can
dear reader, that the father's name is Sum
tie! J. Ilumm; that the baby weighs twelve
pounds ami made its arrival ouly a day
ago. But it will please be remembered by
all under whose observation this item may
fall that secrecy is the object.
If you select good healthy fxd for
your family, you should alo look to the
1 welfare of your baby. For all trouble of
early childhood nothing is beKer than Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup. 23 cents a bottle.
We were yesterday reliably informed
that one ol our up town comtnsssion men
L had but we can't say it; we daren't say it.
In fact, wc have it very high regard for our
corpot iul wholeness, and, though we may
be blamed for our silence, we just simply
won't say it.
General IIimi. Harrison, u member ol
the Mississippi River Commission, was at
tho St. Charles a day or two ngo on his way
down the river. He is tho Harrison who was
defeated for gubernatorial honor in Indiana
by old Blue Jeans Williams, by n majority
of 7.C00, and Is one of Iudinuo's
most nblo and learned lawyers and
a man of groat literary acquirements, whose
only drawback is his radical Republicanism
To-morrow isThuuksgiviug. It is your
duty Jo lay in euough of tho "Faultless"
cigar for your own use, and to supply all
your friends. The best five cent cigar this
side of Cuba, sold by F. Korsmcyer, Sixth,
Mr. A. Black, who bought a large as.
sortment of boots and shoes before the late
rise, is ottering them at the old figures until
tlte 1st January. His stock is tho most com
plete iu the city and the quality is of the
best, and always found as represented.
Counterfeit silver half dollars arc un
usally numerous in this city just now. They
have the same appearauce as the genuine,
and have the same ring. The only way
they can be detected is by their weight
they being much lighter than the genuine.
Up the Cairo and Vincennes' road, we are
told, the counterfeit silver dollars alxmnd.
Mr. G. W. 8mith, brother of Major
Smith, for a short time the acting cashier
of the City National Bunk, has takeu up
his residence in this city with his family,
and will, we believe, make Cairo his perma
neuthome. He comes from St. Louis and
is connected with the Iron Mountaiu rail
road at this point.
In one of our police itemsof yesterday's
issue, it appeared that one of the proprie
tors of our feather renovating establish,
ment had twelve dollars snatched from him
on Fourth street. This is a mistake. The
man who lost the money was an employe of
Messrs. Eatherly & Reid, and uot one of
The Committee of the Delta City Fire
Company, in charge of their Grand Chair
Ball, to take place Thursday night, arc
working early and late to make it a success,
and a success it will be, for they are gen
tlemen who don't know the word fail. Sup
per will be served in the engine room of the
company, for which an extra charge over
the price of ilteticket will be made.
Messrs. Watson fc Walbridge have
nearly completed the canvass of the city,
and are now canvasing the county pre
cincts tor information for the City Directory
aud County Gazette, which they contem
plate publishing at a very early day. Any
persons who have changed their residence
or business location since the canvassers
were around, or who have reason to believe
they have not been properly reported, will
please notify either S. A. Watson. J. G.
Lynch or Casper Yost, at once.
--Last Saturday, Mr. Serbian, who was
busy near the wreck of Rev. Jacob Brad
ley's church, which was blown down by the
late storm, heard a noise under the pile of
timber, and, his curiosity being aroused, he
proceeded to remove a jwrtion of it. lie had
uot worked long, when n faint grunt came
forth and soon he disclosed the emaciated
form of a good sized hog. It appears that
the auimal was under the church when
it was blown down, about ten days ago and
has been without food und water during all
that time. It could hardly move when dis-
overed aud must have been in prime con
dition when the accident occurred in order
to live as long as it did.
Mr. Hiram Calvin, of Caledonia, was in
the city yesterday in search of a mule
which had been stolen from one of his
neighbors one mile above Caledonia, on the
Grand Chain road. The mule is a large
black one and was first misled Saturday
morning, and in his stead was found an en
tirely broken down horse, with saddle and
bridle marks on him, which had evidently
been driven a great distance at a rapid gait.
The supposition is that some tramping
scoundrel, finding his horse broken down
and seeing the animal, transferred his bridle
a il saddle to the mule and drove otf there
with, leaving the broken down "critter" in-
tead. Mr. Calvin's search was not crown
ed with success.
In another column wc give space to a
protest against the "double time" plan now
in ue in the public school on Thirteenth
street. Wc may be mistaken but we think
our correspondent is on the wrong track-
that Prof. Alvord is not the re.-oonsible
party in this case. As we understand it,
Cairo either has too many children or too
little room in her school buildings, and the
"double time" plan adopted after due con
sideration. was considered the best way to
tide over the difficulties preM;nt';d by over
crowded rooms and oer-worked teachers.
Our correspondent says there is considera
ble dissatisfaction existing. That being
the case it can do no harm to give the mat
ter an airing and our columns are open for
The following article, clippcl from thu
Printers' .Surprise, contains nothing wc have
not already expressed, but it is so com
pact, mid contains go much that is fact, tliut
we do not hesitate to insert it in our local.
It is headed "Cheap Printing." and reads
thus: "During the past f(.w ytars (l M(,w
enterprise, injurious to the printing busi
ness, has been developed. Hinall handj
presses cheaply made have been put upon
tho market. Instead of benefitting the craft
by creating a healthy competition with old
monopolies and reducing the price of first
class presses, they enter a new Held in com
petition with printers. They tend to reduce
the prices of first-class mercantile work be
yond reasonable limits. Any boy ten year
old without any experience, but with a "cap
ital of twenty-five dollurs, can start a "job
office." His jobs arc wretched, but 'his
term attract attention. Soon his prices
are quoted as those of a first class printer.
Customers look for the cheapest rates. Tho
price is their first couslderatfii. They In
gist upon quality of work afterwards after
tho fourth 'rato printer is engaged."
All this may bo traced to cheap or ama
teur printing . presses and thoir offsprings,
amateur printers. It may bo all very well
for tho printer's customer so fur as ho is not
a victim of tho aiuntuur ; and wo cannot
blume tho manufacturer of the amateur
press ; nor tho boys who use them. Tho
manufacturer's business is perfectly just and
fuir.and if tho boys can earn a few cents in an
attic at homo where they tire under no ex
pense, it is their perfect right to do so j but
ten thousand of them make it unfortunate
for the skillful workman, while such rethic
.tion of prices ultimately result in disud
vantage to tho amateur, if ho proposes to be
come a printer.
There is, to-duy, no trade in the United
Stitcs which pays so small a percentage of
net ptofit for the capital invested, as the job
printing business. A well appointed office
cannot cost less than two thousiiud dollars.
The wear of material, especially type, is
considerable, while new styles must be con
FROM DONGOLA BY OLD TRIM.
Since our last report to Tub Bi'i.i.ktis
many changes in matters and things gener
ally.have taken place. The beautiful spring
like weather that tarried with us, seem
ingly too lousr, has departed, leaving in its
s'.cud a few nights of wiutry weather, and
perhaps ere this is in print, stern winter
will be howling around us. While Re
publicans and Democrats are congratulat
ing each other over the "boom" in financial
matters, it is patent to all, that all over this
happy land, there are here anil there whole
families that it cannot be said are keej-
ing "the wolf lrom the door." It is cer
tainly bad to be poor when it snows, aud
may we not hope that those who are wealthy,
will contribute omc of their means to
those who may be iu destitute circumstan
ces. Ex-President. U. S. fir Ant. fllrwi nnr
last report, lias returned from ins tour
round the world, and is, daily, in the most
extravagant manner, beins honored bv his
countrymen, and to concede the truth one
would almost come to the conclusion
that the people have forgotten that
there is a supreme ruler over all human
affairs, and concluded that, U. S. Grant is
holding the destinies of all things in the
hollow of his hand. Men seem to havp
forgotton that it is written in holy writ.
"I, the Lord, am a jealous God," "And thou
shalt have no other Gods but me." While
We Concede to beillL' A smmorter nf flrnnl
we also concede to bein; very much wor
ried over the hubbub in the papers over his
receptions. We would much ratller read
some other news. Let us have a little rest.
Elder Reeves, a,Missionary Baptist, has
bjen in our town for the past week, holding
a series of meetings in the Baptist church.
Mr. Reeves is quite an earnest worker, and
seems intent ou doing the people good. We
cart but hope that, he may accomplish some
good before he brings his meetings to' a
close. It is said by sonic that, the Devil
has a mortgage on Dongola, and it must
soap be lifted or it will be foreclosed. Two
years ago Elder Culp, tried for thirty con
secutive utghts, to lift said mortgage, but
he failed. One thing, however, he did not
fail in, and that was to lift forty-five dollars
out of "Old Trim's" pocket. Reader, it is
not necessary to tell you how this was done.
Suffice it to say that it taught "Old Trim"
the lessou, that when "Old Nick" has a hog
shearing, tlte best thing he can do is to stay
Despite all the efforts put forth uv the
temperance workers, devotees to the rum
bowl are increasing, and it docs seem that
fifty per cent, of the red ribbonitcs bavo
gone "back on their pledge. In a world
like ours, it seems tliat such a state of uf-
tuirs ought not to exist, and may we not
hope, in the near future, that some, ns yet
undiscovered, plan, may present itself, the
adoption of which shall rid us of all dram
shops "so mote it be."
We sec in The Bt:r.i.i:Tix. that our old
friend J. A. M. Gibbs, was elected countv
commissioner of Alexander county, winch
certainly was a .good selection. Our old
friend A. J. Alden, was left in the nice for
assessor ami treasurer. We are not ac
quainted with Mr. Alden's opponent, but
presume he is a very good man. or he
could not have made the race he did.
At an administrator's sale last week,
near Dongola, property sold very high,
and the looker-on naturally enough sup
pose that it was the long credit that did
it, but not a bit of it, for just so soon as
the kAu rinsed, the buyers came forward
and handed in their dollars. This means
there is a wonderful boom in the fiiiiineial
world, and if Congress, when, it meets, will
transact its business spi e lily, and mix it t p
with common sense, then adjourn and 0
home, this boom will keep on, and wc
shall all soon forget to talk about a
solid South and solid North, and again
"So mote it be." Old Tumi.
Mr. Wm. Reinhardt, Elmore, Wis., re
ports as follows : St. Jacobs Oil is reully u
wonderful reined)', for I could mention doz
ens of rases where it has proved its magical
influence. One case in particular I will
state : I know a man who has suffered with
Rheumatism for the last twenty-four years,
and of lato he could hardly movo around.
After using a few bottles of St. Jacobs Oil
ho was entirely cured.
Foil Siioks at old prices, go to A. Black;
Greenbacks for Fancy Backs
Fiiicy Backs vs. Greenbacks.
T SHOW this Season a Splendid Line of FANCY BACK UNLINED OVERCOATS,
I Now all tho Rage; .
Fancy Rack Mined Ulsters and Fancy Back
yi ftH.00i'f no$ c.,lll,iffed 0,lce 8l,,('e 1,10 irth f September. Bad Place to
find Old liifushionable Goods. Do not think for one minute that Cheap Tailorinir
Houses (calling their Goods Costume Work'l) can five you withm 80 to 40 per
cent, as much value as 1
With his Now York Broadway Shapes and Styles, and a Tremendously lare An
rii!'!inui(iMyS 1 fl'0in' Mh,? are l'ri,('H that hUlt Cheap Tallors'and',make
A Kino HllMTlau trintor 0.50 '
A l'liu Chlnt'lllii Overcoat O.SO.
A Fatu-ylliU'k Jinyul UIhUm- 13.50
A Xobby Hootch Suit lfi.OO
Full Line of STYLISH FURNISHING GOODS and
rohriB. Stetson's Hats f
On Hand. Give me a Call, aud I will bo Happy to Show You through, and even if
you are not just Ready to Buy, it will post you Iiow Cheap I ran sell yon when
you are Ready. . . '
A.. MAEX, CLOTHIER,
Gl Ohio Levee.
LAST NIGHT'S ROBBERY.
MR. JAMES JOHNSON, THK 0 EN KRAI. SOUTH
EIIN AO EST OK THE I. C. II. U., OAItltOTKO
AND HonUKU NEAR HIS UESIDKNCK AT 9: 30
O'CLOCK LAST .NIOIIT HIS TOTAL LOSS
AMOUNTING TO NEARLY TIIRKB HUNDRED
Last night at about half-past nine o'clock
report reached us that Mr. Jas. Johnson, the
General Southern Agent of the I. C. R. R.,
had just been robbed. We at once started
in search of him and found him about 13
minutes after the robbery at John Gates'
saloon, where he gave us the following
facts : He w as walking leisurely down the
west side of t Washington Avenue aud had
jut gotten below 18tlt street, when two men
suddenly jumped Uon him, from whence
he could not tell, one of whom coming from
behind, threw his arm around Johnson's
throat and held him, while the other pro
ceeded to tear the pockets out of his pants,
and the watch and chain from his vest. He
had in one of his pants pockets one f 100
bill, one f 10 bill and ono f bill, nnd in the
other, between three and four dol
lars in silver change, all of which
was taken. His watch was gold and
cost him 1.j0 and the chain was
valued at making a total 'los3 of
about three hundred dollars. He had in
his shirt front a valuable diamond pin,
which, intlicir haste they overlooked.
Mr. Johnson was so completely taken by
surprise that he could not have used u
weapon had he had one. He could not ut
ter a sound and all that was spoken during
the time was : -Stab the ' of ," by
one of the robbers, from which the victim
recognized the voice und accent of a white
man. After obtaining their Ixjoty the rob
bers hustily disappeared across the com
mons towards the Mississippi levee, and
till a late hour last uight we did not hear of
Mr. Johnson is not in the habit of carry
ing so much money and intended to get rid
of it as soon us possible.
The Bulletin has always made it its
object to report all robberies, etc.. that
have occurred from time to time.
We make daily visits to every police
court in the city, inquire into every
rumor that might prove of interest to
our readers und yet midday robberies and
gpneral lawlessness are of daily occur
rence of which the people never learn
and which are for some cause withheld
That a deed like the oue recorded above,
can be accomplished upon one of the prin
cipal avenues of this city, when the moon
was blazing full iu every nook and cranny;
that the victim could walk for twelve
squares without meeting a city officer, and
that none could be found at or near police
head-quarters, certainly proves that some
radical defect exists somewhere in our city
Wc do not lay the blume to the present
police force, consisting, wc believe, of the
chief and four officers, for they are doina;
more than ought to bo expected of them
now; and they can not possibly guard the
twelve thousand inhabitants of Cairo, ami
at the same time, be nt head-quarters, when
In consideration of the above facts the
administration can plainly see its duty beforo
it, nnd every citizen, who has any .regard
for the safety of his person and properly
nnd tho reputation of the city, expects that
that duty be performed.
Winter is Upon us nnd every person
must bo supplied with good boots or shoes.
The place to buy them is at C. Koch's shoe
store, No. 90, Commercial avenue, between
Fifth ami Sixth streets, where you will al
ways find the best of St. Louis nnd Cincin
nati hand-made boots and shoes on hand
nnd sold very low. The public will find it
to their interest to call and examine prices
nnd goods beforo purchasing elsewhere.
Also, always on hand a complete stock of
leather and findings.
In childiTti8.' knitted wear.
Mr. Editor : Frof. Alvord "rises to ex
plain", in tho columns of the bright little
School Recorder. He says teachers fulfill
the requirements of the law when they
teach children under twelve years of age,
four hours per day. Admitting that is s ,
can he show how the pupils taught iu tho
"double time" room in the Thirteenth street
school building get their four hours daily ?
Each class receives a half day's instruction,
and each half school day contains ture
hours. Will he kindly explain the rule,
iu mathemaiics, he uses, when he asserts
they have four hours daily ?
General dissatisfaction prevails on ac
count otf this dilly-dallying system. All
the children under twelve years of age, ar
cut down to three hours a day the re
mainder of their precious time to be spent'
in idleness. We all pay school taxes, yet
all do not alike reap the Wnefits of the pub
, It seems to me, what wc most need now,
is some experienced teacher to open a select
school. ' I know it would soon be filled to
overflowing, Wl would be a public benefit.
She is an uocolored lady, "and her
name, she told Squire Robinson, was Pun
Anderson. Puss was brought before tho
Squire on a charge of D. and D., which in
terpreted, means drunk and disorderly, an J
the evidence warranting it, ws, in the usu
al polite manner, requested to pay, for the
use of the city of Cairo, five dollars aud tl.o
"sure as deaths."
John clsh, whose "lust for lucre' d
not overpower his desire to get on a "hig!
horse, did on yesterday get on the sai
horse, or, in plainer words, he got drunk
was taken before Squire Robinson, flue
one dollar and costs, and jailed.
Owing to the "invisibility" of Squi
Oslwrn. yesterday, the nroccedimrs of 1
court do not appear in these columns thia
It is perhaps rather late to mention thi
fact, but a fact it is. nevettheltss, that a
number of our saloon keepers were nrreste I
forselling liquor on Sunday last, tried be
fore Squire Comings and acquitted.
A white lady, who desires her nanrn
surprcssed, tiwk into her stomach, on yes
terday, too much of the "devil's kindling
wood,'' and thereafter, immediately com
menced having "a little frolic with the boys."
An orlicer Duucker we believe offered
the lady his arm and escorted her to the
office of Squire Comings. The Squire, after
hearing the ciusc, fined her oue dollar nu l
the necessary appendages.
10,000 FEATHER BEDS
Wanted to renovate, at the feather foundiy
of Reid and Fatherly in Mrs. Byrnes' buildf
iflg, near St. Patrick's church. Feathers
cleansed by steam, washing, diyiug and
blenching done in the same cylinder. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Price for single bed
if 1.00. Call early, our stay will be short.
The 'cei.eiirated Solar tipped slices
for children, to bo had, at Bluck's oulv.
SMALL ADVKKTISEM KNTS.
ALL AUVKHTISEMENT8 In thin column, of
five lines eurh or lev will tm pulilli-licii lori'i
ceiitx mvrv ini'rtlou; 1 month. l.S(t;8 mouth wlt.Y
out rtiKUK.?, 11.00 per month. Kucli uitultloual
line, 5 coui. Mtimtlona wanted freu.
Cheap fur ruli-.(tnu-auvvu ortnvo piano, rowr
unUMool; In noodonli'r. A. A. 1IAUKELL.
In iMitleiiieu, or Kuntlvmau and wife, without
child ra, one lurf Hucoml story front room,
furnlehed unl'iiriilr-hed, In prlvalo family nmr
the t'iMom Iloucu. Adilruaa A. 1). l' llox TS'j,
Cairo, 1 IIuoIn. ' r
Fine steal i-nmvlnc, for aiilo. Cannot lo
ooiiL'ht of the ptiMIMiein for leu than ftlft.OO each.
Will liuxold hIiikIv for 10. (K) ich. or tho four for
SW.OO. Enquire at Tint Ucllktin bindery.
OwNrna and purchasers nf Roal Kslntn in Cairo
clioulil be euro they hnvo a iroodtitlu. I am now
prcpiired to furaUh Abstract ut renannnhlv rule.
Oltleo In Court lloiwo.
k , FOR BALK. '.
A aurli'aof No.Stiothlc cupa aud lower rirt
purtly worn, but aultablx lor poaturor proirramnin
work, comlHtluiof brevier, loux prlmar, plea, great
primer, pKrnon and dwublo vnirllxh letter aud.
rlfftuva full and compluti without tftcv aid
quads. r I