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THE DAILY CAIBO BULLETIN: SATURDAY M0RN1S0, NOVJJMBEB 29. 1879.
I KOFKStIIOXAI CARDS-niTSICUm
f H. MARE AN, M. I.,
Homeopathic rhysiclan and Surgeon
nsw liu OMnmorclal av.uue. Residence cornor
Fori.nih St. and Washington avenue. I alro.
Pit. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Cmc-No. 1S8 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth aud Ninth Street
JK. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFTICE-Elirhta Street, near Commercial Avenne,
Notary Tublic ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE : With the Widows' and Oorpnana' Mu
ual Aid Society.
J IVEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 11S Commercial Avenue.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 3rJjfea STATES.
Oa and after Monday, Jane 16, the bolt will make
the following tripf:
LIAVgs LEAVES LKAVIS
Foot Fourth St. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
10 a. m.
1 p. m.
' a. m.
i p. m.
8:30 a. m.
10: a. m.
4:) p. m.
9:30 a. m.
9 a. m.
3 p. m.
5 p. m.
. 10 a. m.
4 p. m.
"Doit METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
The E'.ejrantSidewhctl Passcnccr Steamer
A.J. Wtl. .
Leaves Oniro every afternoon at 3'clock. for
rlii:ah, Mutropolis and wav landine. For
ir'!ini or passauu lo oul1, . 'oii.ii.ui
154 & Cfi W. St ond St.
Foreign und Domestic dried and canned Frnitt and
VfgetaV.es. Canned, dried and salt Fish. Pick
le, Sauces, Oila and Condiments. Soup
staffs, Baking Powders, ground and
whlc Ppices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps. Sk-eds. Jellies, Preserves
Fancy Groceries and Gro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS' MANUEL.
T HAS NO EQUAL
House Cleaning Pui'i-oses. for
Washing Clot lies, for
the Bath. etc.
Arid. No I.iiiK-.
N'o DiimsiVfftibUi Olor.
No Potash. In v!ilu:iljlf.
For Wanliirg Clothes it ex els cvciytbiug.
For Cleaning Paint there I nothing like It
Tot Washing Diahea and Window It 1 excellent.
Vorl'leansliii;Slepst8toiioorMaiulel saves lab.r
JW 111 P.nth It leaven the skin soft and white.
For Cleaning Carpet It will remove dtrt stains.
Fat General Household Craning, It Is indispensable.
Will net Injure any fabric.
Is sold by the Agents
Alao by J. II. METCALF.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
EXTKMCl) AT THIS POST OFFICII IN CAIKO, IL
LINOIS, A8 HEC0XD-CLA8S MATTKB.
OFFICIAL PAPEK OK ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morninff Daily in Southern Illinois.
810KAI Own. I
Cairo, 111.. November 2i
Bar. Ther. llum. Wind. Vtl Weather.
7 " 3M.T8
Matlmiim Temperature. W; Minimum Tem
perature, 509; Halafull, 1.1(0 Inch.
W. II. KAY,
Serjt't Signal Corps, U. b. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Mobile Oysters in bulk and can a4
Cornicc9 and room moulding put up to
order at Ford's.
This is gloomy, sloppy, sleepy weather
we are having. Where is the ice?
Oil painting gems, jiannel chromos,
statuary, etc., at Fords.
''Yesterday and to-morrow" are cer
tainly troublesome for us.
Mobile Oysters in bulk and can at
Japan trays and lunch baskets at
A supper aud sociable given by the A.
M. E. church folks Thursday evening, at
Scheil's hall, netted favorably.
Ladies companions, sailor valises,
German knife baskets at Ford's.
From Mr. Geo. O'Hara, we learn that
the chair ball netted the Delta City Fire
company, about $150.
Japanese brackets and boquet tables
at Ford's Bazaar.
Mobile Oysters in bulk and can at
Mr. W. A. D.ripps lias been very sick
the past three weeks, in St. Louis, with au
ubcess in the throat.
Go to E. C. Ford's on Eight street and
get your pictures Trained in his elegant new
Mrs. R. M. Lemon of Bond County
Illinois, is in the city on a visit to Iter
daughter, Mrs. Burnett.
A large quantity aud fine quality of
Kentucky lake fish was brought over on the
Three States yesterday morning and sout
south by express.
Iudi an baskets, ladies beautiful glove
aud handkerchief boxes, splash mitts and
sewing stands at Ford's.
Mrs. Ida James returned to the city
yesterday lrom St. Louis, where she has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Dnjtps.
"We are coining Father Abraham 800,
000 more" to indorse the good aud elective
qualities of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in
every case of cough, colds, etc.
The finest line of photo frames, motto
frames and easels ever brought to Cairo,
The proceedings ot the special Novem
ber session of the board of county com
missioners occupy considerable of cue
space this morning.
Col. James Johnson is yet suffering
from the rough handling lie received at the
hands of the highwaymen Tuesday even
ing. We met him on the street yesterday
and he was complaining very much.
The right thing in the right place is
without doubt Dr. Bull's TJaby Syrup, the
best remedy for babies while fretting.
Price 2 cents a bottle.
Mr. A. B!u k, who bought a luryc as
sortment of boots aud shoes before the late
rkc, is offering them at the old figure until
the Ht January. Ilia stock is the most com
plete in the city and the quality is of the
bev., and always found as represented.
The youth and beauty that braved the
threatening weather to attend the balls
and parties Thursday evening got the
starch and powder pretty well worked out
of them while returning home after tin ir
One of New York's prominent chem
ists, Mr. Albert C. Dung, 111 Bowery,
says: St. Jacob's Oil cured a well known
auctioneer, and many other prominent citi
zens of Rheumatism. It is a reliable
A stranger, while under the influence
of liquor, had a narrow escape from drown
ing 1 hursday evening. lie tumbmd into
the river from wharf bout No. 3, and had it
not been for the timely and well directed
efforts of the watchman, he would have been
numbered among those of the past.
The select party given at the Turner
ll.ill,T'hursduy cvening,by Lon Daniels, Phil
C. Barclay, Eng. E. Ellis, S. T. Redman,
Ed. 11. McCulhuigh ami Wilber Purker,
was a grand social success. A largo nniiv
ber ot both sexes the elite of the city.
danced thu evening hours merrily away to
the music of tho Cairo Combination band.
Mr. W. F. Russell, carpenter and
builder, had about six hundred feet of
dressed lumber stolen from his shop, at tho
.cornor of Ninth und Walnut streets, Thurs
day night. Detective Shcehan (I'inkeiton
No. 2, as thu boys call him) has tho matter
in hand and will no doubt bring tho guilty
wretches to justice. What will bo Btolcn
next a railroad or steamboat, eh?
94 W H
94 W 13
73 NW 19
57 S 19
57 W ID
We had tho pleasure of meeting Father
Mastcrson, of Mound City, on the street
yesterday afternoon. Ho informod us that
he will be permanently located here by
the first Sunday in December.
The famo of tho Credlc City brand of
flour, manufactured by Galighcr & Son, at
the Cairo City Mills, is spreading far and
wide. Au order was received Wednesday,
from Wurtemberg, Germany, for a sample
barrel, and we learn troui the manufac
turers that letters have lately been received
from Idaho, Montana and Nebraska, or
dering sample lots.
The readers of the Sun are made to
believe that it is the only paper in the
world whose subscribers i;et their money's
worth without an Issue on thanksgiving.
It Btylcs the Globe-Democrat, tho Repub
lican, the Chicago Times, the Chicago Tri
bune, the New York Herald and the Cami
Argus, namby-pamby, wishy-washy, good
Lord, good devil, etc.f etc., sort of news
paper. Mr. Pat. Fitzgerald lias engaged the
services of an expert horse clipper or
shearer at his livery stable on Commercial
avenue. We witnessed him yesterday
while clipping ono of Mr. Fitzgerald's
horses and he done the work in an artistic
maimer, making the hors" look a hundred
per cent, better and making him less sub
ject to be injured from exposure. Any of
our citizens having horses they desire clip
ped can be accommodated at the stable.
We direct the attention ofour readers
this morning, to the advertisement of
Coaliue, the electric cleanser, in another
column. It is for sale at wholesale or re
tail by Barclay Brothers, agents, and is
everything that it claims to be, as hun
dreds who have tried it here and alfmg the
line of the Illinois Central railroad,
strnd ready to testify. We will give, oc
casionally, one of these certificates, and in
the meantime advise all to get a trial
lxrttle free from Messrs. Barclay Bros, and
Elder Perkins informs us that his con
gregation has accepted the terms offered by
the Episcopal church, and now propose to
put forth every effort to raise the money by
subscription and otherwise. The church
aud the elder are thoroughly in earnest in the
matter are and greatly encouraged by their
efforts thus far. Twenty colored men of
this city have determined to give $20 each,
and a hundred will give $100 each. A
good many of our leading citizens, appre
ciating the misfortune of this church, have
expressed a will to help them in sums rang
ing from $n to $00 each, while others will
give as they are able, and the sums, wheth
er large or email will be thankfully re
ceived ami faithfully applied.
THE TEMPERANCE REFORM CLUB.
There was a slim attendance at the regu
lar weekly meeting of the Temperance lie
form Club last evening. The reason for
this we know not. It is certainly not be
cause our people are losing interest in the
good cause inaugurated in our midst but
two years ago. We hope not.
The meeting was called to order by the
president. Mr. Geo. Fisher, at 7 ::0 o'clock.
Rnv. Mr. Whittaker opened with prayer,
after which there was some beautiful sing
ing,l,IIold the Fort'' and "Let the Lower
Lights be Burning. ':
The roll was called and the secretary read
the minutes of the previous meeting, which
were adopted. The financial secretary re
ttnrted having lately received, from t ie Wo
men's Christian Temperar.ce Union, the
sum of 28.1)0, and from the managers of
the late fair and festival, $12. for the use of
the hall Int week. The treasurer read a
report of the condition of the Club finan-
ciallv, w hich showed a balance of .j7.0 on
hand. S0111" more sinking, after which
U"v. Mr. ('line was called upon for a tew
remarks. He re-ponded, and spoke for
about twenty minutes. His remarks were
very appropriate and to the point, show ing
him to b'j quite conversant with temperance
matters. Mr. dine was followed by home
talent, and the meeting, though small, was
A Souu. Ci.t u.- If such a society were
to canvass its members, and they in turn
carry on the work of introducing the Home
Cook Book, we would f -el that cookery was
soon to be all that health could posnihly
ivish, or the palate crave. Right here we
will say that the publisher, Mr. J. Fred.
Waggoner, Chicago, is desirous of securing
a worthy and intelligent agent in this vicin
ity, to whom liberal pay is promised; and
bis pamphlet, "Practical Hints on Canvass
ing," specially adapted to this book, is
mailed to all applicants.
THE POLICE COURTS.
Yesterday was a dull day in the police
courts. Robinson had nothing, Osbotn,
ditto, with the exception of a matrimonial
cementation of which we speak elsewhere.
'Squire Coinings' business consisted in
knocking conceit to the value of five dol
lars and cost each out of two young bloods
one from Imisville, Ky., and tho other
from New Orleans. They were passengers
on the New Mary Houston, and while
that lmat was at tho landing they conclud
ed to take tho town. The scales wero
turned, and tho town tot k
them. They paid their fine, and
shook tho dust, or mud. wo might ay, of
Cairo from their feet and departed. The
'Squira being absent from Iho offlco when
wo called, wo aro unable to give their
Tun Celkuuated Souu tipped shoes
lor children, to be had, ot Wick's only.
A LUDICROUS AFFAIR.
MOLMK AND 1IEII AITLK-OATK.
It was the good fortune of a Bli.lktin
reporter to drop into Squire Osliorn's office
ytstcrday afternoon, just in time to wit
ness one of tho most laughable unious ot
palpitating hearts and varied fortunes that ho
ever had tho pleasure of witnessing or ever
expects to witness again. Tho parties to bo
spliced and made man and wife, with but
a single thought and learts that beat as
one, wero Mollio Bridges and Benjamin
Mollio is a three huudred pounder, and
2(1 years of age, whose (un)strict virtue
and lovo for ardent spirits have made her
familiar with thq ways of the (un)righteotts.
Mr. Applegate is "not quite" so heavy
as Molly, for he weighs only one
hundred or more pounds, but what ho lacks
in weight, he makes up in age ho being
fifty-six years old. He is lately from Mound
City (a sufferer as he claims, in The Bulle
tin of Thursday morning.) Ho is
said to be well fixed in the way of money
The matrimonial aspirants did not
have the necessary commission from Col.
Uumm, tho polite and accommodating
county clerk. But this was only a few
minutes delay. Mr. Applegate leaving the
"blushing" bride in chargo of the fatherly
squire and bashful reporter, hastened to the
court house and secured the wanting docu
ment. During his absence, the reporter
dropped into a conversation with Mol-
lie, of which the following is a substance:
Mollie Arc you a going to see us mar
Reporter Yes, I desire to see the knot
tied, that I may furnish an account of the
affair tor the readers ot the Bulletin to
Mollic That darned old fool (meaning
her intended husband) is "dead gone on
inc." He run accross me on tiie street and
I charmed him; Yes. I'm a charmer
when I'm fixed up and got my "Sunday-
go-to-meetin's" on. He would not give me
time to put my clean bib and tucker on.
or even lace up my shoes (extending her
feet to show the reporter that her shots
were unlaced, but he turned his head with
a blush) before we get married. He has
lots of money though, and I Have none.
and I will make his fur fly 1 he don't
"poney up" with me.
Reporter 1 In astonishment) You should
make him a good wife, "Miss" Bridges:
share with him his trials and troubles anfl
if the tiie of fortuue should turn against
him, and make him penniless share als.i
with huu his poverty.
Mollie Poverty ! well when he comes
to that I'll look for another feller with a
purse. So long as his 111 inev lasts he will
be the Applet' gate; of my eye, but win n
that's gone he can
At this stage of the conversation, the
groom entered, gasping for briath,
and 'lauded his $1.30 license ti 'Squire
OsIktu. Mollie turned her head
and made derision, in silent ges
ture?, with her tongue, of her fu
ture liege lord, at the same time throwing
an occasional w ink at the reporter. The
Squire ordered the contracting parties to
stand up. They arose, Mollie "s face lit up
with smiles, and her stomach with an in
ferior quality of brandy.
Squire--Mr. Applegate, are you aware of
the nature of tiie ceremony about to bo per
formed? Mr. A. A little louder, if yon please,
I'm hard of hearing.
Mollie 1I11 low tone.) So much the
better. I'll make it harder for vou.
The squire repeated himself in a louder
Mr. A. Certainly I understand it. I
wus there b-forc, and was divorced only
two weeks ago.
The Squire then ordered the couple to
join hands and the words were said that
sealed them together and put $3.00 in the
pocket of the court. The groom now
kis.-ed the bride, after which the Squire
and reporter extended congratulations.
Before leaving the court room the bride
tendered the reporter a cordial invitation
to call around last evening and have a little
fun, but we expect enough fun from this
affair to-day when we hear from Mollie
and her Apple-gate.
P. S.-the writer of the above lelt nt an
early hour this morning for parts unknown.
A FEW RIVER NOTES.
The Helena was due last night for St.
About one hundred tons were added
here by the Houston.
The U. P. Schenrk received an addi
tion of 21)0 tons nt this port yesterday.
The Houston had a large passenger
list for tho South, and a ferry boat in tow
from Louisville, bound for St. Louis.
The following named boats consti
tuted tho arrivals at this port yesterday:
U. P. Hchenck and Mary Houston, from
Cincinnati to New Orleans 10 o'clock a.
m.; W. P. Halliday, from New Orleans to
St. Louis 0 o'clock p.m.; Gen. Chas.
Tompkins, from St. Louis, for Arkansas
river 10 o'clock a.m.; Fisk aud Champion
from Paducah on time.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.
Stolen from the corner of Ninth and
Walnut streets, tho night of tho 27th, Inst .
a lot of 1 l inch cypress lumber. I will pay
live dollars reward for tho apprehension of
tho thief. W. F. Rcsskll.
Fon Shoks at old prices, go to A. Black,
53 Y A. P
Greenbacks for Fancy Backs
Fancy IBacks vs. Greenbacks.
SHOW this Season a Splendid Line of FAXCY BACK U.NLIXED OVERCOATS,
Now all the Rage; t
Fancy Buck Unliued
My Stock of Overcoats ( liaiigi d mice since the 15tU of September. Bad Place to
find Old Unfashionable Goods. Do jiot think for one.minute that Cheap Tailoring
Houses (calling their Good "Costume Work") cau give you within 30 to 40 iter
cent, as much value as
With his New York Broadway Shapes and Styles, and a Tremendously large As
sortment to Select from. Mine are Prices that hurt Cheap Tailors, and make
them uneasy. 1
A. l'ino HlVnn-iim tTlsitor 0.5O.
A Fliu ( 'hlnollli Overeoat O.SO.
A FancHaek Uoyal Ulster 1U.50.
A Nobby Scotfh Suit 15.00
Full Line of STYLISH FURNISHING GOODS and
John IS. Stetson's Hats
On Hand. Give me a Call, and I will be Happy to Show You through, and even if
you are not just Ready to Buy. it will post you how Cheap I can sell yon when'
you are Ready.
A. MARX, CLOTHIER,
G 1 Ohio Lovcc.
Burglaries and highway robU-ries are be
coming too numerous of late in this city of
Cairo. No man of prudence dares to carry
money or valuable jewelry upon his person,
and walk our steets Ht'ter night. But a few
evenings since, our worthy citizen. Col. Jas.
Johnson, was relieved of some three hun
dred dollars in money and valuables, and
that near the most secure places within tho
city. A railroad official, but a short time
previous, was robbed of about the same
amount. Other persons have lost smaller a
mo'ints in the same way, ami not a few houses
have been burglarized. This state of things
cannot be remedied unless the police force
of the c ity is greatly increased except in
one way, and that way would be to light the
city up with lamps. These during and des
perate thieves and robbers are infinitely
more afraid ot light than they are of any
thing eNe. If the streets were well lighted,
tli..'c would be a gret.t many persons pass
ing and repassing on the streets continually
until i r 10 o'clock every evening, pur
suing th" calls of business, duty and friend
ship. The rormrnmt gang of rascally vil
lains, who .'!ec(i swagger away the
hours ot "'"''t.itig the approach of
darkle ss V-r the purpose of hiding their vil
lainous forms an 1 faees in its sympathetic
shadow, while prosecuting their felonies
would be thoroughly checkmated by the
lights on the one hand and by our w illing
police on the other. Many .-mail and uniiu
jiortant towns, all over tiie country, where
one would suppose there was scarcely any
need of lights are abundantly lighted up
every night, and it speaks well for their
idea of the comfort of life, if nothing else.
In Cairo, it would do this and a great deal
more it would sicure safety from thieves
and house breakers, s ift ty from all the per
ils of darkness comfort for every pedctrian,
a pleasant opportunity for day laborers to
go to the markets, groceries n:id stores after
their suppers were ov r, and t tho mer
chants an increase of three hours to eat h
day's trade, to visiting sojourners and un
agreeable opportunity to promenade our
lighted thoroughfares and ci hinge with
friends and acquaintances plca-at:t greet
ings, and with the dealt r a 'modicum of
their purses tor an equivalantof Useful and
ornamental commodities. Reside all this
it would make us a better n:id a happier
people -for a good light always has a moral
and elevating effect upon a people. And
wo would be like an army with banners. A
lighted city is the noblest woik of man.
Miss Alice M. Lane, a competent and
careful teacher, will open a private school
in Mrs. Phillips building, corner of Wash
ington avenue and Fourteenth street, com
mencing Monday, December lt. Children
up to third reader grade profened. Terms.
$2.00 per inonlu. Application may be made
to ffl.T at Mrs. Phillips' residence us above,
us she will do no soliciting.
We will offer 100 pieces Canton flannel,
at the extreme low price of seven cents per
Commercial nvenue between Seventh and
OYSTERS IN ANY STYLE.
Harry Walker has just received a large
assortment of Fresh Oysters, and will serve
them up in any style. You can go and get
them any way you want them. The oyster
counter is utulerthe management of
Cashmeres, alpaca, Henrietta crapes, and
every other make in large and varied quan
tities. J. BcuoKn,
12-1 Commercial avenue.
PIG'S-FEET, SPARE-RIBS, ETC.
At tho packing house of lliuklo & Moore,
on Commercial avenue, pig's feet, spare
ribs, back bones, and other trimmings in
largo or small quantities aro for salo at very
low prices. New lartt for family use, in
vites special attention.
Ulsters and Fancy Back
THE MOST ELEGANT LINES
Of ladies dolmas, circulars and cloaks in
the city, at J. Burger's.
A LIST OK LETT KUS KKMAIMMi INCALLi. j
KOIl IS THE POsTOKKK'K AT CAlltO, ILL., No
VEMI1EII 'JfTII, 187JJ.
Hornier, Mrs. Aiml
e nrjucin, Mrs Johu
Heborjr, Mrs Annie
Kvaas, Mrs II at lit
HinyM, Ml hun
Jones, Mr Sarah
Kullr. Mrs Mary
Markham. MIm Marr
Manlv, Mi K!la
I'Ulllli.s. Miss Lizzie
Hand. Mrs Ksunjr
Smith. Mrs Mahuda
Snow. Mr Kiln
BrutiDntt. MU Ada II
Hutknir. Mrs Cells
Cheny. Mrs Delsvy
IHirrls, Mrs James
Klerniy. Mins Klla
James. Mrs Rarhel
Lucy, Miss Maxe
Nelson, Mrs Nam
Klne. M!m Marr
hptneer. Mrs Amelin
Ssnilu.kv. Mm Kat.-
Wibsznlom, Mis Ksnnle White.' Mrs Mittic
hlu-. Mis. Mattl,-
"snngion, -Miss J ,
Armtrons. Felix Allen. I!ov
HnrcuSvld. Allnuzo Ilroivn. IlrUker
liradlev. C D Hell. Frank
Hook. K 1 Hrazer. Jam. s
Ilurn.. Martin lisrry. Mr
e ashman, listt hauler, (iuo W
Jcn. e rooy, Steamer ( arrv. tin-en
John n Maude v iWev. Th".
Chovi's. l'riin'ia ( Bllli'a. W M
Caldwell. Harmon ( hsncr.John
Caldwell. Harrison Cruiif. H'-Hrr
( hunimaii. Heurv Ciomwell. Jack-on
Doulev. 1'eter In ie. (n o W
F.verhart. Alftvrt hsrl Ed
Kvaiis. sam'l Kherliardt i Sendenilurf
t.ulniit. Wm tilamco. I has
llo'iiien. Frank Henry. FI
llahli.ird.Ueo Hlnes. Leonard
llourh. Lout l!iMjer. htrlo
llatuiwar. Ned Kluey. Albert'
Johnson, S I' .liilii:o!i, J J
Kersey. L M Lon lev. Kd
I. .in. John Leach, lin xn
Miniliin A Co. J Miller. UeoW )
Mitrt ' l. Ucow Moltord. Jno II
M.'Uiun. Michael McQueen. um;
.McJ.ieeu. OC Meiers, M
Midvnsee. W K O Fallon Mill Co
D Calla'iian, Win O'CaUuhuu. 1! W i
Powell. C It Powell. J (,
Powell. W C Itllev, lienj J
Ko!iert"on. II t, Itohiuson. lieu
JSvau, John . Heap u. .1 S
Mern-. C!ark M Shelen F
Sle.nnt'jli. John Smith. II .1
Slocuiab. Sam'l sullhan. Wm
Taraei. Dari'l Tstt'e. Cha.
Taylor. Henrr Turner. James
Trenheth. John Thornbi-rrr. J
Tolen. Ja-per 1 hoinp-on. P
I'tiderdork, lleni Ward. Andrei
WliTtehesd .lames M Wilson-li
Woodward, J C WUIUins. T M
White. K A llnlten
jy,-"Wl,eu ca!!ilu' for said, letters, please
"iKiu'rtlsed."- i. W Mc Kkau., P. M
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
Underwear in great variety, at the very
lowest juices, at J. Bttrgei's, Comineicial
avenue, between Se venth and Eighth streets.
SMALL AIlVHin isKMKNTs.
LI. A 1 V K HT I s K M K N TS In this roltimt,, '
i live lines each or li-i, w ill lie published for -.'-,
rent' everv laser liou; 1 month, l.fm: a months wit),
on dianirr, $!.( per month. Kaih ariditluusl
line. 5 cents. Situations wanted free.
A lloii-ekeeper to take entire hdre of a
hone lor 4 widower and tour sons, nine mil.. s in
t!,. eomury j,.. NoWATNV.
Inquire of J. II. Metealf.
c m ap lor ruli-une seven octave Mi
ai.it stool; in od order
A. A. 1IAUKI-.I.I..
To eeiiticmen. or eeiitli'inau ond vife. wlthort
chiliii-eii, one InriM second nmv front room,
furnished or unfurnished. In private Family near
t:ie Custom House. Address A. H. C, Uo.v, TA
Cairn. 1 linois.
Fine stee.l ciiirrnvlnirs, lor fle. Cnnnot he
bought of the publisher for less thun l.'i.tsi eiicli.
Will be sold singly for fin. (HI each, or the four for
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