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JISS 11ELLK GAFFNKV,
Tb: not' (1 Wv.tt-rn
R fi A D E B ,
Will give Headinga t the
H.t sci-ctlon will V from Shakp-are and oilier
Di sintiUc aut bunt, also from Humurou WritmsP".
Iu Missouri and Kiina .Misa Ijaffney ba
obtained IiibIi reputation a a Header. In raft is
timiki-u ol liv ihe pr? a unmrpaiu'ed. lu ri-turn-ini
tu lier'formor home, ber iiumirona frienda
wuh ah" nmy receive a welcome micb u her raru
arcmnplii-bmenta anil uueniialed advancement
merit. A a repreeaatlv of Cairo, the borne of
ber childhood, the hae reflected much credit upon
uar citr and lt acboula, and it la hoped f be will
receive' niaiiifet.itlon of appreciation to corres
pond. Ticket i
On Sale at Hstrtmau'a and ("oieman'f.
Door open at 7 o'clock, lic-adinn couimcncea at
Olilrst Ji-welrvHoiNo In Sntithr-rn IlliuuU.
rsial'lislifU in lBtll.
Just IL-ccivcU and Constantly IJi-reiviu;: at
Kl). A. BTJDEK'S
Xew JEWELRY STOltE
N. Ml Commercial Avsnue, ln-artith St.
MaffuiAfciit Dianiomlsaud Fine Jewelry,
Cameo. Onyx. Coral and Plain Setts,
J! in?s, Necklaces, Chain anil
Bond Bracelets Watches
Chains. Stnd, Sleeve
Gold Tens Setli
, pie nid Qmul
Wat?, Sterling Silver
ware, Knahe and Pae Pi
anos. Mason 4 Hamlin Co.. anM .
Kstey Oi-jrans, ftrass, String and
Reed Musical Instruments 4 Trimmings,
Mr-!)') not fa'.l to Inim-M hu stnrk buforr pnr-(
,.i,,.i r-- -
fstfa- tu,iiain- iu fen at .New ork. St I.nu
or Chicago price. No Deces.it)- for n-tidlii 'rom
borne for tint- and cheap nuodi.
Mr-Order by Exjirvan and .Mall solicited and
Fine Jewelry Made to Order.
T HAS NO EQUAL
House Clediiiiii? Purposes, for
Wasliiiur Clothes, tor
the Ruth. etc.
"N'o ..Void. No I.iiiif.
"o TiBi,(criM';il)lf ( iiliir.
No PotuMh. In valuable.
COAX I Xtt
For Wathliii; Clnt)i-r it excels ever) tiiiuK-
COA L I NK
For C'l'-anln j Paiul lli-rv 1 nothing tike It
Foi Waliliii! Uinac aud Wlulo It l excellent.
Fur L'Jean!ni(Sif ipiMuueur Marble ill aavee lalior
CO A LINK
ko: ILe Ulb it leaver tile 'kin ffl and v.bile.
For (.'leaning Carpet It will rruiove dirt lain
For dpihI llonachold Cleaning II l iulipeiinlile.
Will nt Injure any (alifk.
In cold h) Ibe Airita
Also by J. It. METCALK.
lih'gantlii.cof dress and trimming tdlk
of all sbttdes and qualities, nt greatly re
duced price. ,?. Bi-itiiKii.
CHRISTMAS' N ANI) NBW
Mir i a.
What would be a more apprepilale gift
Cj a friend than a photograph from Win
ter' Uftllery. Only a few onVm can lw
filled, fOCMUt; early,
A :rlo Of No . It (iolhle 1'ina anil lnu nr xm
partly wtiru, bill niltalil f,ir iiuftorur jiroMOuniiiM
wi,rk.Con-lHtlni(oIliiev1r. lout lirlmir. nli-a. reat
BflmiT, paraiiim md dmililn i-nli.ii Icttvra and
jiwnm inn ana coinpiitc, tutuoin .pici and
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ESTEKKU AT THE l'OST OFFICE IS CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS KK.COND-CI.AHS MATTKH.
OFFICIAL r A I' Ell OF ALEXANDEll COUNTY.
Only Moruinff Daily in Southern Illinois.
OUR BRICK KILN.
15RICKS OP VARIOUS DIMENSIONS
FOH GENERAL CONSU.M PTION.
HIT WAKliANTED NOT TO I. IF. HEAVILY OS
Don't forget that to-night is the last
appearance of the juveniles and go.
The St. Charle hotel, under the
management of Mr. Robinson, is receiving
quite an overhauling. Many the improve
ments are being made and conveniences
--Fancy crackers, fresh and nice at
Pettis & Biuu's.
An effort is being made to change the
hours of services in the German Lutheran
church from ten o'clock a. in. to eleven;
and the Sunday School from 3 p. in. to
9 :30 a. in.
Our Patent Fire Kindlc-r, is the best in
the market. Pettis & Bird.
In accordance with our suggestion,
the sidewalk on Walnut, between Four
teenth and Eighteenth streets, lias been
straightened and repaired.
Genuine Vermont maple syrup and
New York Buckwheat, at
Pettis & Bnto.
The notorious fire eaters who have
exhibited at the Cotniqiie for the week
past, lett yesterday for St. Louis, from
which place they will go to Kansas City,
where they have an eight weeks' engage
ment. The W-st Daily butter in the city at
Pettis Jc Bihd's.
We notice a change oi time in the table
of the Illinois Central railroad that took
effect Sunday, Dec. 7. The DuQuoin ac
comodation leaves daily at C:43 p.m..
stopping at all the stations between Cairo
Our stock of new canned gooods is
complete and very cheap. Try them.
We are handling bricks this morning,
aad if any of our readers should be so tin-
iommate as to oe nit oy one oi mem, c ;
hope it may be a soft one (not a mud brick,
however,, and that the injury received may ,
not be permanent. j
i i . i . i
-The funeral of Alderman William
r.--, ,,-i .. . i ,.. . ... .. 1 . i 4'.....
i Mtlianan was larneiy nueuui-u lour
COache, of fl lends Uccuuipnnin tlie rc
mains to its list resting place in Villa
Ridge. Our aldermen, to a man. we be
lieve, also did honor to hi remains by at
tending. Try our choice new extra sugar cured !
hams, breakfast bacon and shoulders.
Pettis & Rikh.
The '"German" class will hold their
tir.it meeting at the St. Charles Hotel, Wed
nesday evening 1 10th) at halt-past eight j
promptly. Memheis will please take no
tice. Those wishing to become members
will please drop a note to lo. H'J post
( ffice immediately. (
Tlie county commissioners adjourned
to ine"t aaiu on Monday nxt. The extra
meeting was made necessary by a failure of
Mr. Alden to have his report in readiness
for tlie commissioneis action. It will
doubtless (the report) be on hand next
Monday he found, a that gentleman's re
ports always have lieen, O. K.
One of our limners while acros, the
river hunting last Sunday, truck o he ; ahoutthis. It seems that Pat had been go
sayi the track of a pauthnr. As he had not ; lng Rill's security for some money and that
lost any panthers and was not hunting for Hill hasn't L-en "doing the square" with
any. he lost all interest in the sport and ' lat about it. I happen-d to come upon
everything else, apparently, except where '; them the other-day when they both m-t at
the animal might have Malted from, ut ! the corner of Pat Fitzg.-rald'i saloon, and
least that is the direction he to-k the in- the following conversation ensued:
stant he d'Miovered the track. i i:,tnow am von I!!!! .! !... tt
New Orleans Sugar tin t molnsses 1
new htK k ut Imttom prices. i
, Petiis V Bjiiii. j
The juvenili s had a full house Iut
night and the pi iformaure was good'
thnuighout. All acted their part well and j
were frequently applauded. The audience ;
was an intellectual and high-toned one,
who are judges ot good performance, and ;
in giving the performers hearty plaudits, j
proved U tter than words can tell that they
appreciated their efforts. The last per-1
fonnance will be given to-night and those ! MA),. 1)NKi v .,,.. j.M;, ,.IAU ,IIAIlM
who have not yet seen the juveniles Hhould ! skssi-.o nvsql iitK osmui.v.
not fail tu be on hand. Mr ( ,as Smitl) bclt,.r known'us j.,ind
The disappearance of cows, of late has Toin- a (pieer geniiu was married to a
become quite remarkable and alarming. country girl naiaud JJosy Brown, last Sun
We were yesterday informed that Mr. j day, by Squire Gaboni. Mr. Ohas Smith,,
Korsmeycr had lately lost a cow; Mr. Lan-1 in u young man, of various attractions,
caster two; Mr. Woodson one and Mr.
Phillis one. This thing, if it c ntinui-s,
should be looked into by the authorities
and worked to the bottom, It is hardly
probable that so many cows should ho sud
denly disappear withotit having behind
then, a "conductor'' in tho Hluipo of a cow
A cistern for Ihe use of the fire depmt
ment is being dug ut the corner of Seventh
utreet and Wa-hington avenue, under the
direction of Mr. Gumum. It is well that
wine money idiould he expended each year
in making improvement tending to tl o
safety mul comfort of the citizens, and the
better appearance of tlie city. If a few
litttpli-'d liulUi, v -tv ipent each year In
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOBNiyo, DECEMBER 0, 1679.
graveling some of our principal streets, not
with Ohio Levee slush, but good, clean
gravel,' we would soon have solid road beds
everywhere that would be .clean and free
from ruts and miry pools in all kind ot
weather and would not draw forth excla
mations of disgust from excursionists and
visitors who happen to be here during or just
after rain. During ex-Mayor Winter's admin
istration several of the streets between Ohio
Levee and Commercial avenue were
graveled and there is uo good reason, so
far ns we can see, why the good work i
should not be continued.
Mr. Ford's show window on Eighth is
a beauty, and we would say 4,a joy forever"
it we hadn't seen a man killed for the use
ot that very expression.
The funeral train which took to Villa
Ridge, Sunday, the remains of Alderman
O'Callahau, while returning in the evening
snd while near the cross levee, ran into the
back of a Cairo and Vincenncs trcight train,
causing quite a shock to the passengers in
the coaches. The cowcatcher of the en
uiue was badly demolished, but she was
not thrown trom the track.
OK VAIUOrS CUARACTEKSAXU h'KOXI VAKIOI S
Capt. Toai. Winter is installed as clerk
in the Arlington house, until something bet
ter turns up. He is open for a permanent
engagement whenever there is one open for
We had a call yesterday from Mr.
Oscar Rahn, the gentlemanly agent of Du
prez and Benedict's Minstrel troupe, now on
their twenty-ninth annual tour. Of this
excellent minstrel party, it is unnecessary
for The Bct.letis to speak, as they are well
and favorably known to amusement going
people of Cairo. Since their appearance
here a little over a rear ago, new artists
have been added to the troupe, making it
one of the completest, as well as the ix-.t
minstrel organization, that ever toured the
Mr. Gi j. G. Wichert is at home again.
Mr. II. S. Martin, special agent ol the
treasury department, is in the city, inspect
ing the various offices which are under his
Mr. Fred. Kochler has obtained a
lease for a lot near the corner of Seventeenth
street and Locust, and contemplates, we
believe, the erection of a residence thereon
sometime soon. Monev used in the erec-
tiuQ snal dwelllI1gg jS( Ust now, a safe
ani, profitilMe inVt.stment. and more of our
b,0ulJ foow ,)is t.Sltniple
, , , ,
O J 1 tlTL'll, Vi Illicit. yr7- I a i la 4 a
well know to many of our people, was Sat
urday night taken seiioUf,!y sick with
Tlie great Eastern lunilier merchant,
Mr. Thomas Orrall, was yesterday in our
city, stopping at the St. Charle. His home
is in liostou.
Mr. II. II. Swallow is the accommodat
ing night clerk of St. Clnrles hotel, and
Mr. C. J. Howe, who is favorably known
to all our citizens, is the day clerk. He
j teeis the place as though it were especially
made for him perfectly.
TWO HARD "BRICKS."
AND HIE "HAIiD" (oNVhUSATIOS THAT
I'ASSKI) BETWEEN 1 11 EM.
"Do you want to get licked: ' wa- the
question put to us yesterday.
We replied in tlie negative.
"I've got an item for you: but if you ,.
li-h it you'll get licked shure'n h I."
"Don't care about that. What's the
item?" was our reply.
"Well, you know Rat Corcoran ami Bill
Gearini Well, doift tell them I told you
little mathttr betwune us?
Rill-I'm bully; but thedivil take the
little linthur betwane us.
Pat B: gorry hih! tlie divii take you. too.
Bill Be ay now; be ay Pat, some day
Pat -G d d n you; how in h -Twill
you hilp me when you can't hilp yourself:
Rill Help you up the hill at Villa
being humpbacked, one leg being shorter
than the other and he stand in his Block
ings to the heighth of a boy about twelve
years old. The girl, Miss i,JSy lh-otvn,
our informant says, "is a soft country girl
that you could poke holes into with your
We are told that the relMivcs of Mr.
Smith "kicked" at the id'-a that ho in
tended to unite himself with Miss ltosy,
but love which laughs at lock-smiths,
laughs no less nt relatives and hence pre
vailed. The marriage was celebrated at the resi
dence of Mr. Jumper Hutchinson and the
hoy had quite a timn thereabouts with tin
puns, etc., until aif officer stopped them.
llY WHICH "POOH. WK"HAVK BEEN WOUNDED
in niNo mil m. ii. ii uutr.i.is illnehh.
In out younger days, wc were like Casar
ambitious; and the heighth of our am
bition was to bo local editor of The Bi l
i.etin. Nothing could bo more pleasant
than to stroll about towu, thought we, have
a good time, write a few items and be dono
with our day's work. But our sliott career
as local scribe has changed our mind nbout
the matter. When only a few werk9 ago,
we commenced doing the local work on this
paper, our hopes ran high and we were
happy. But people soon commenced shak
ing their fingers and fists in our face and
ome of our .vitality was scarced out of us
and we became thoughtful. About this
time (unfortunately for usi a shooting
scrape occurred down towu, and we wrote n
"had" head to an account of it for which
we were told we ought to have our "G d
d-d head knocked off!" We had
already become thoughtful, but this made
us "thoughtfnllcr." We resolved after
this to say only that which was compliment
ary, and acting upon this resolution, said
that one of our young ladies who had taken
i very active part in makiug one of our pub
lic gatherings a success, had "shone like a
hriglit particular star." rVould you believe
it. dear reader, we had our foot in it again 1
We knew that she didn't shine "like a par
ticular star" al the while, but we wanted
to In- complimentary, you kmov. And
there. ipior wej there we were in a fix!
Had we said that she shone like a "mud
fence," where would we hj to-day? It is
horrible to coiutemplate.
We now became desperate and swore, by
all tae starry worlds that swung in spacerf
that henceforth and forevermore we would
say w hat we pleased, and say it jiM how we
pleased; but if possible, offeird no one. We
next announced, innocently of course, that
we regretted to hear that one of our former
re-iJents was now an inmate oi the Chicago
Insane Asylum. We announced this on
what we thought good utithority, but im
mediately received a compl'inentary, Mu
tinied and unperfumcd note informing us
that we were more fit for the asylum than
was the person sent then. On receipt ot
this we prayed God to forgive Us and
commcti.'cd currying concealed weapons
We now commenced feeling like an old
man of sixty. All youthful enjoyment
had lo-t their charms and we were grow ing
hump-backed from tin abuse heaped upon
our youthful head. We felt, in fact, like
old Davis always undoubtedly feels like a
very guilty and wicked and worthies.' old
"It seems to me but yesterday." In fart
it was only day before yesterday that, in
our "Personal Chips'" w e announced that
"there are a man in our town who wire a
damphool." We were right. There
"are" such a man, but not less
than half a dozen men yester
day demanded to know "who in h 1 we
meant, and if by g d we meant them, our
biickbme be knocked through our button
hole. We had with ns our concealed wea
pons, but could not but help thinking of
the beauty of having ldy guards, to.
And then the baby which we said had
made its arrival in this city Saturday, and
which weighed ten pounds naked. The
fact was very imprea-ivrly brought home to
us that no s;u h babv had arrived, and hence
could not have weigln-d te-n pound- net, I
and that unless the correction wis made t"-;
day our prospect for becoming a
gf'liii' whs very line und hirge.
Tiain-rs viu l
And t f 1 1 -i those evening
know, wlp-ri we call one of lle ni our --first
love" the other becomes jealolls and pouts.
Ve Caij't kls-; botii of the old ladies at on--time,
nn l unless we do, we. with our young,
peaceful and patriotic heart can never
again trod the pleasant paths ot jiem-e. We
are- therefore tired -tired of localizing
Tin-J i if I'd.- liO:l'v. t !". He- liilrne.
Ilarr'-luoh llurr'-li' our liarl loi. Inryu-i.
A.Tfif;v aitf:u:i;i ykstkhhvv sn wmi;
Calvin Williams tor assaulting and
striking Bridget Foster, (both colored i was
arrested by War n-n Winis', brought before
Squire Comings and lined live dollar arid
Col. Koper was fined five dollars and
costs by Squire Coinings fir di-mrd'-rly con
duct. A state's warrant was yesterday i-micd
by Squire Osborn for the arrest of a negro
Ijoy for stealing a pistol from .1 lines
Thomas, but he made his escape in other
words, crossed Mason's and Dickson s line
and thus placed himself, for the time being,
out of the r'-ac'u of the law. When he was
first seen with the pistol he ran towards
the levee, on Eighteenth mreet, pursued by
two boys. The boys gaining on him, he
threw the pistol under the sidewalk, which
caused them to cease their running and go
lor the pistol, and thus gave him a chance
to escape. Ho is the little thief who has
given up-town people n great deal of an
noyance of late, since he was in the habit of
watching children when sent to the meat
market or grocery, and taking the money
from them on the streets.
. Mr. Shack Abby was arrested by Tyler
and Vims for vagrancy und brought be
fore Squire Kohinsonj who lined him ten
dollars and costs. Not being able to 'ante
up" he was sent to the "tower" for ten days.
James Ormond, arrested by Pud Lully
for being drunk, was before Squire Com
ings and find one dollar and costs, He d'd
not pay and was jailed two days,
A- Merry Xmas.
Little early perlmps, but von know I am always AHEAD of
others in Everythinsr. . It's just so with My
!r M KN A.TSTD BOYS.
in rni xm ii
M.. tl M. U Mfl M M. M. M. M
LOWJSH THAN THE LOWEST.
A y;ooil hetivv Shirt aiul Drawer, ,70c a r-uit.
A lino Merino " l.r0
A line red II: i unci " M.."()
Fine Cashmere wool, ohvo.shirt and drawer, li.00 a suit
A line Silk I landkerehief. oOe.
Linen Collar. 1 ply. late.-t st yles-. M, 0(3 per ilox..
A heavy British half hose, j,"ic p(.i pair.
A tine Knitt Jacket. 1.00 eaeh.
Also a lull line of NECK
All the above uoods are WAIiKAXTKD to he first class,
and as low as the small dealer can buv. Call and see tbr
A. M.AI!X,(i.l OhioLcvec-
- Tern-nee Mulbearn was arrested fr
disorderly conduct and brought before
Comings and tim d five dolors and ct.
- B. B. Apph'gate. charged with lane:.y.
had his preliminary hearing In-fore ('iuinu
yesterday. Mr. Leak appearing t--r the
ilefendeiit, and States Attorney Mullv-yfr
the proM cution. He was bound i vi r in
the sum of two hundred dollars to appear
before the circuit court und went
the county jail.
Baptit Holsi.n, for plain drunk, was
rin-d one dollar and costs by Squire 1 !'
iiison. He gave security and got off.
.lames Corner, white, for being drunk
was fined one dollar and cost?. Deim.'
without money Squire Hobinson sent him
up for four days.
Two colored Ikivs IS--l t Pirker a:i-l
.las. McFadden by natii'-were arrested an-1
brought before Kobin-on on a charge (.f
vagrancy. Tiiey had been iu the Lal-it of
loafing on the streets Inte at nights an i
sleeping out. The Squire after hearing t!ie
evidence, discharged tlnni.
A "LIGHT" HliK K.
Willi II is (OJI.XH'NH TE) AM) "H!l II M.I
ON THE CKAMI Ms t,y I Ii ( ITY KATIII.Hs
If the united voices of "'lair women and
brave men," are rot pof-nt to move the cor
porate Pa'rkirchs to order tlie erection and
lighting of street lamps. l t in in luL'- the
faint hojie, th at fir tin-next s-ven week-,
they may have dream. I.- t tln-m lire-mt
according to th'-ir sev.-ral ia liti-itb ris t-
light, or not light the city. Let tie-.-, that
are willing to incur reasonable expen-' s to
give us light, have tie- happie-t kind of
tl n-ums of tie- most hc iutitul tiling, in t'.e
world, and of nn '! bearin-' tin-ln ui'.o'i
. . . , . ., . . . .. ,
their wings through beau-.;!ul ::-ets ra hart
., .. . ; , , ... ... ,. i
who i ii 1 1 1 iiie i e-i uo evil. vii u i.iue -.e -
shajieii stones, an (!. j with iich niuic
n- only good ungels and women and men
.11V. "''llll, I1,!!,-.. I. ll.l'l ,,.i, Ul' d 'mil'
, ' .. . ', , .,
eiii n uioriiuig, inav iii' .r viv,.' an i ci.n-
dri-n give them a happy greeting, and may
their days be as happy and cheering n the
dreams of tle-ir nights.
l.'-t those, who are afraid, to i:n -:r tV-in-ees.ary
expenses of lighting th- city,
dream that they are in a deep hob- with a
Mack cloud resting upon then., from which
tle-y ciKindt (merge, but from wle nce ' tbi y
can look upon tin- happy ald-iiuen v i'h tie-nng'-ls
iu the lighted streets, and hear -oiigs
inviting them to coiAe out of their dark
abode and join the happy tlm-ag : and hen
they awake, may h ippy faces glee tln in,
but may they not e.c.ipe th in- niun- of
their ilre.'iiii-songs till they join the chonis
for light, the soul inspiring light. And let
those, who don't want to light the city no
how it ran he tlv-.l. have the meanest kind
of dream: inst-ad of angels, and light-, and
music, nnil paved streets, let them dream of
goblin.., and darkness, und groans and
grunts, and streets all turned t,,;,sy tu:vy.
and that they have the toothache and that
they are beset with black aud '"sailer" cat-ti-rwauiing
torn cats as big as a:i ox, and
have been robbed of money inherited of
their mother-in-law, through n broken will,
by foiiy thieves, lead by an uncanny per
soimge with hoofs, hi Ms, and a spear shapui
tail, and when they wake in the morninc,
may they be greeted by happy ftce., of wife
and child; but not be able to skake o:V the
memory of their dreams, till they too, have
casted in their voices for lighted streets and
happy homes We cannot find it in heart
to wish uny one of our city lathers a greater
evil then bad dreams, till he is willing to
give us the needed light. Let every alder
man commence dreaming, according to pro.
gruinme, after next Tuesday niht. The
light, the light, the blessed light!
We heard a man yestcrdav, speaking
about the people of Cairn in general good,
bad mid indill'erent, uud in the course of
his remarks the wretch said: "1 can take
a good strong mule and a dray, and haul
out of Cairo, in one load, all thy virtuous
people that are now iu it."
WEAK at extremely Low
Its Ilarand Eniblems.
Hemopratic Priiiciide.and the
Interests of tlie Wist ami
A Journal lor the Home Circle, the Of
fice, the store ami the Counting
hoom. lr i:t;. t .1 t!:.-i.d t..-Mlui 1M l:i:t-( A
j.k'AV .su.-.ii.i; iuu mal.crul eneinu'. aO'l t -
i ii ilrj nt ..ii, ;iSi. i! ciiur- i 'iiiliuui' in-., t.tt
. -'J !ipatil Siuliy uu-ialLvil. it h p-il
t '.ri.i'.jiU j-.. i-ijD:t.'ralioti., era of lu'.ie-M tin-jip-ss-.i'u.
p"iitli a; p-iMi-nptniD ami prinl ! p..
,;c inrruptKii. : and no it point loll, pail n j---r
van v .-. prn.Ti--.ni-, uimuraMe r-i "rd i j.s i- n ,
. "t Hi ; f-.r'.rr. J'luL.lererf. ncln-rni r.. iln-rur ,
n( 111- pe -re. it.-tr.ij i.T of llje uA Laaur (if l.i-
H'e aui'. tui-sr kiad wilt h- u.hvil 4--r.-ti.!'jr,
I in. Min J.i.t tu Iml il up. ptHinulif j n I i.r.'-,i
i'.ic (..ii.ut-ri'lal. m oi 'lS' lariiu- mid r:: ..-il
: i-i-r, -r ol Uiv M : 1 1 ;i I IU-v oil!
! ninl.-d mul en. .M.r--4. I l.c ItEI'i Hl.ll AN I
' sim tu nrily and inaiie iint t:n- pt-ai i fu,, iiu'.
1 'mi. u'e.".; in-j-t iT-.-U.-r tnaw It
I:n-i tli pryp.eol liiv W ! attd Nmlh. I: I
'i i n1 V'ttl'miii li:tleriii-.. iufii.-ait ( tarr jr-
I X'xi f- lieu .!-jt M'linii r tii r t
i I: iii ali-in ol a.l nrt, holdiuti Oiat tbc ilc-t !iu
' ! i lli-en tli- I'trriici'. It mill oppo.- F
p-idU!l"U ar.d adw t II ri--ty iu r.-.'nrdui iti-'ci
j It el faviir a -)i!ii,l I'.ir. in-y n:tii lent fur
p irp.i" i ll llli.lliv.-.-. and .llll'ed B Ik" totr.'-d -or
and eredltitr ila.-en. ll;ll M.-adilv ijm i e
s-ti tiinei by lliif KrlR-ral iuM rnia'iit to ill-- t
of I. Hi I uditi-r trirmp'irtiitiuii. at lcat ' t . -.i!j.t
i.f '.s,tia:ily In St-liaif of tliia Hfciion i'ti t !
s. or: :i ai.-i East. Ii. the J'ti'mdehtlal taiivs., i.f
lss-.t ;! mpp'-rt ite; no.-ni:iri- oi l lie nt("inl
l)'-nncMt;r c.iiiv.'C'mtj. (nnS'li-iit I tint t!u-
. ::::r . s 1. 'I v, I'd tin- hiq.; Iv lli-I ii v Ii! 'pro-ire..
1 ibu fin'1 "l tin' li.-inu "j'Ii' candidate fjr .-1 .-,
. t .iti'i'i".Hilial and liMia! ,ttl-..
T.i'.. ill. a luu-'auiuie Ii. ai ord,uc il!i :' ''
' :!' d pt'Clp.". ot v .-ar.. mil n tth n lni--iiill to i..
: tu. to. -viral", th'.- l.'KI'l lll.li AN ;t f"r-!i .
(..,. (..r lsi. All til-.- ik-. fro-n ' r
iiitri. r. i' , i! : l ie 'iirn-iy sfli.alliiua' a . l
prurient fro'ii l!i- s!uiu. am! pi'r.ii-u ol st " I
Ii" in imri-iit llieramr" iiu- mu-t tari-fa, and
ri !ia'i!i' M-port- of political, rnmrnen lal. fluaac 0
s;,. .ik s'. i V"ii. -tie- itaportaiit dnln.' of cutler--.,
ntiil of Hie ' it" l"',Ss;un- -luaelln-r Itii i-il'.lni . it
iiiii:iii ij'. by a inrp. a'dr wriura i!l cennr.-ii ;n
he it l-adilii! fealun s. KrimiU of tie- pile
! '.".'' !" nr.-ii!attiu m ai.i.n,;. m::
h'thIik Iii iii.K-raiii'. vie , and !.o appu-r: ile a
j i - u,.., nu. ii,.i . i mill , uuinu... l,i ' '
, ( i.'y a"'' d l'i r t ite-m "!v,-, ill tli l.-h.i i:i
t.v;"!f .e'.ar.i i'.- -j'io':i'.'i''.,
Sllb.el ipti" Pi-ire of (lie Kt'plib!ii !i.
i.ij seind w p'r v.-ir
-. s'itu i) . unr ....
d iii tilt- 4 .tV. ;c!i?;.
W" !.,'. da; s. Pral .iy o. pi r . . . i.v
1 )ollar Per Aimuia.
l.ly IlKIO lil.lCAN (ot.la u- til- cr-vn
V 'ft v. -
o' ii "i" i,"w.nfe- linilj me. In W'-i'ky eii.
I. .H-. und i-t" (,'illv nl'i'il M "iipliiv (! ' i: ta
i.l ciii.ntrt ni'idi'i-l In ord'T Kelt ini-rv can I,- i n
i-Xi II-" I'll not ll-..,it III! in Coll til III fi li,",V
I -''i. t'.i" price in O.N i'. pin.. I Al: p.-i Y( ir.
A.! "iliairiptinlis ;r" ' -naii1." In adtaiii-". s-.d
i! -tj ; u : -. al tie-cti l of t:ni" piidlnr.
TKHMs To Ai.ENT.s
I'e-"na-tii. iitiii ulle-r. ni liii . atjelit. fur tlie
i it.-ulutiMi of th ItKl'l Bl.lt -AN !iia r-m.,
tw.-nty I'.V" ti'T' -nt on u l ' .niiscrlpltuii. ti., ti.j
liui.y H.-id T:l 'i-'klv. ami lu per rent -i a
n a :ptloiM t i Hie Wueklv.
:i(v to s!-:mi mo.v::y.
Ii"i!iltii'in c urn, he uiadu liy ilrnfl. iiiinn y urd-r,
or fulstercil i"U.:r. nt mir rink, tovc la.s7
id'MCK ail'lr-s. in lull, lucludliiu' :at und
cm! !;. . ill ;l ini'lr-i.
GEcKGi: KNAPP v- Cl.,
St. Louis, Mi.
I.I. ADVIilMlsI-MKNTs In tl,!. c!,;i,,ti. .,f
i li" l!ni- .i.-i.-li ori"swill U pulili-lu'd tor,'.",
ii-nt. i't-rv Itin-rtloti: 1 tnoiilli. 1..-V); : moutlix uiCi
HI! C'lHUir... , , (.r ,, Ku ll ilddllloteil
is:: milllllK Wllllllll irc'll.
ll H sK l'lill SA1.K.
lien." und lot on Wuluiil sln-ut ln-two-u
a tti-litlet!i and Dlvtalon. two-.lurv linil.e, with rls.
t' ri;.. nut hull-, I'd-. Kli'tllri' of W. V. I.ttttivj,
n; liie dry li'.o-l- hi"i" ot J. Iliiri.-er.
"il On 15tll street, IjelxiiHMI Will 11 lit.
mil' ' "dur, nil In uoud rniiilltlnn. I.ute rc-lili-iici
of V. Incut, l-'ur piirili iiIiiik npplv at my tufi
i'.-'Iic- ea eorti'Tof -.'Nt anil W iiltint 'ir.M'l.
.Mas, C. llniiiAi ii.
KOlt ftAI.K. "
C'jciip (or ciisli (mc si'Vi-u untnvo tilsnu. nncr
ttiiilstenl; In ood order. A. . ll A It III: i.l..
Pine t"ti! I'litfr-ivlnnn, for ante. Cniiiiot l.o
lioiiitiif of tho pnl'llsluTu for lean Umn $i5.(Hiiich.
Win li mid aiiiBly f'r Jin mi rui ii. ortlm fmirfer
$ lo.oo. Ku'inlru at'l'uii IU llkiis lilndeiy.
(nnitK ami purchanera of licnl K.tutn InCaiio
aliould ho sure they have a grind tltlt. I am no
prupariid to liirtllsb Blmti-acta at reainniilil mica
O.tloii iu (.'unrt lloiisu.