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THE DAILY CAIRO DULLETIN: ' TUESDAY MORNIN(i, DECEMBER 1, iT9.
T H KN hi 1 M !
( I rout Alt met ion.
AiKnirsiicc.' iu yQiirtlty of
MA 15 EL XOUTOiY
THE CHAHMINU' AKTISTK, and
LOUIS It. WARWICK.
('HAS, h'. IIAII.MYK
Commencing Monday Evening the l.th
im)s u: i a 1 1 K"
rr.ii.oiii.iivl In IVr-sand I'll hi if I hi' lOvati'st I'lay
of ihr fla.i .
N I ( i 1 1 TS O N l '2
KKSEKVKI) SKATS. T.V., Inmate at Iliirtiunn'K.
Door open at 7. Performance commenf ea t 8.
FOR TWO NRJIITS ONLY
(!mnu. Company !
I 'lllll'fll 'ln'il1 'lll'I'UH,
Headed liv l ho vDUiic and beautiful Aincrlraii IVInm
ptinua. luzzo Sujirhiio.As'Miliila.
Hmiss ada Richmond!--
Sup-mrted liv ilit1 'unreal anil mint complete ('omit:
'Opera Troupe In A nit-rit n
The ia-t niiili:.l micce. Yon Suppe i" Kntnaiitit'
l'l.Ilt.VY KVKXIXi;. DKCKMIiKI! lUtli
I'mouord In ilie smc iimgnllleent ciylf n i- at tin1
Kili.li Avenue 'I'htiMtrt!. N V.; aim the Tollowlnj,'
operas tluriiiL' litis euungcinciil : "The ('IiIiiich if
Norwanriii." Saturday ciiln, December t li .
. c. t. n. c.
' I Vti i to l Kitflit ."
Ynui'f'.f ur.il ladies are ooiiliuiiy ttctl in alli'iul
a clca pnrlv l' he given at the "('iilioTcinprriiiiri'
ili ftnni I'iub l!oom," mi TUnrxtliiv t -uiiiir. De
cember ltb. ISO.
Dr. C W. Dumiitit:, A. W. Noll'. Hpt. W. M
Williiim. elms. I'itik. 1'apt. Tin)!.. W. Shields inn,
.a. j'. ii;i'T.
W. 1). I.';,pitl. ('. II. I'.fll. A. I'. Daniel-, lifii. K.
o Har.v c. K Kiifllu. Ofo. M. I'ry.
Tu Kin t,
t.mi be had al Hart-lay llro n Dni,r Store tn wa-h-iustuu
avriiu '. Uoo. O'Haru' ilrnj: store ami tit l In
K.'.onu C'.u'u.ivadiiij! ntni.
I .lewelrv. House In Southern Illinois,
rMiililifit lu liibl.
J,. -I llen-iv-it null CoiiBliililly li'i'ifiviiii,' ill
KI . A. mJDEIi'S
Xf .IEWBLKY STORE
No. ItH I'ouiuirreiul Avi'iiiie. iii ui litb St.
Magnificent DiniiiondsniHl l'ino.lcweliy,
i'ainco, (divx.Conil ami I'laiii Scttx.
liiiuj. NciKluccs, Chain ami
lUiud r.i'iii'clpK Walclit's
ri!iin, Stmls, Slfcvc
f locks. Ti i-jili-
W are. Sterling: Silver
ware. Kintlie and IVhm I'i
iios Mii-oii & lliiiiilin Co.. anil
ltey Uipnis. I'.rass. Strinii' ninl
lU cil Mnsiral Iiislruini'iiN A Trliiiininu's.
If'llu lint fail In lnpiTt III- Murk hrfoiv pttr-
iVH'- mimanti ( tn i II nt Ni'H York. St I .(ill In
irtnii j Nti iifri'wuiiN Inr .riiilim; Irnm
bonir fur tiur ninl tin n it coml".
ty"Oriter. liv I'xiiren. anil Mall .oliriied ami
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Fill' JeWell'V Made to Urdei'.!
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KVERYRODY LIKES I'I
1 )K. WHITK'S
IP I I 1. M O N A l l 1 A
l.e tlie 'J'lieoal ninl Liiiiiin.
Thn bent Couch IIimiii d, In the world.
It la pfrfee-lly Uarinlep und pli iiniiil to liikr.
old penpli- likfll. and fliililrni i-iy Inr ll.
W III fun: unj ta.i'nl rhioim unit liiiei'lnn run I
In a kliort lime.
Will r ii re w biHipitiK taniL'li t'n
Will rcilcit; r.roup In a lew niiunie.
Will riirt- a imIiI in lii- lime tii.in uni oiln-i
win film ore tiiiiint in a te. nun is
li 1. lOiltUn hiii 111 her reineil v in In- linn krt.
ll curcii. mil by (Irylia' up the i'oiil'Ii nu i I run- j
'lira riu. but bv rrii.uv Iiil' llir I'iiiim' Wlilfh piiidiiieK 1
kiwis you iiolhli,.. If II doin- mil prilnnii all lhal
ltiiiliii.il for it. iiaeien hnlllr U vvainiiiieil In uive !
utltai.iloii nr niniii'v will hf ri'iuiideil.
St. Ki.mii. I i.i... .Ill lie K. Is'.li.
Iir. A. It While, luitiiiiiiipiilla. ind. :
Uiar Mr! I Iniuuhl ol Mtmira. lluiiHfiiril & Wond
wurth, UruiUo. ut thin plni'i', one liollle nf ynui
I'lilmoiiarla.aud am pli usi'il in add my li'tlluioiiy
(0 lt l)piWfli'.'l rn;ltn, Mv wile had lii'fll i-llllrr-iiii
very ! vcrnl v w I'.h aroujli lorlx iniuulia, Al
nleht nhn vvotild roni-ti aiinii.t Inet'-nnt'y . Wc
bull Ir'eil rnni'.y remedlva, 1ml all provril lutlle mull
I va Ind'-iM'd by tin) ireiitlrmrii nhnv ini'lillniii'd
Uy vur t'tiluiuiiutiu, Tb" Oral ilom.- yuvt bt-r
iminniilnif r.tli'.'f. mid oni bollli' i lT'i ti'd i prrina -
ihmiI inn . It' -I ItlillV your-.
L. UAI.irt. illl"tlee nl llie I'riire "
1)H. 1 1. A. WTIITf: S:C:o..
VXi W. ViiisliluHnii St., liitliniluliulls. luil ,
M!dby liL't. i:,0HAi:A, Ciilro, III.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
kntkhko at fur. ror okkkk in caiiio. ii.-
I.IN01H. AS HKCOMJ-CI.ASS MATTKll.
OH KIM. I'Al'EUOF Al.KNAM'Ell I'OVNTV.
Onl v Moruinj; Pally in Soutliern Illinois.
Cmo, 111.. Ittc umbnr 13. IH7B. (
Timii. lliir. Tbor. Hum Wind. Vtl WfHtlicr.
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Mnviinum 1'cniiiurntiiru. : I 5Ilnlmum Ttni-
nrrntlirc, SM e ; Itillulilll. (t.(M illi'b.
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Si-rs'l Signal Corui", U. S. A.
Tin- year is Duc-omiiug.
Oi'iler your New Yeur cunls liniii Thk
Ui l.l.EfiX. C'iill and see the styles.
-"Oranye Iilossom" weiltling envelopes
mid note paper, lutust thing out, just re
ceived at The Kum.etin office.
The Probiibilities are that you will
like the OKI ProU cigar. Sold only by
Pettis ii Biito.
The truthfulness of the report lately
in circulation that Du CJuoin is to have a
iiftvJtepublicaii paper, is (irmly denied by
I lie Du Quoin Tribune.
A Mr. Conlin, conductor oa one of the
Cairo and Vincennes freight trains yester
day had his band mashed while coupling
cars at Mound City. The hand was dressed
iu i Ins city by Dr. Parker.
The brick cottage being built on
Twentieth street, next to Mr. J. 11. Heed's
residence, will, when completed, be a very
neat slid attractive one. Much taste is
being evinced in its construction.
Jut received, M packages of eo
Huston's celebrated butter, at bottom prices.
Pettjs & Ulltl).
The Illinois Cciitrlfi railroad company
have made their semi-annual statement to
the State Auditor for the six mouths ending
October I! 1st, 187(1, of which the 7 percent,
earnings amount to $17r, l81.S(. and go
into the state tieasiiry.
At the Conuipie, this week, the uttrac
tions arc of tin unusual character. Mr.
Walker, alter much effort, has secured the
presence of Mr. Al. Clark und-Miss Jennie
Francis, undoubtedly two of the most bril
liant artists on the stage.
Tin' old music stand on Tenth and
Washington should be removed. It has
become woithless and should not now be
permitted to stand there until it rots down.
Some ol our good colored people should
iutere.-l thein-elves in it one of these dark
nights and carry it ol!'.
We make a specially of Fine Ten, atal
give uwiiy a handsome present. Some
thing new, worth half the price of ka with
( very pound. Call and see lor yourselves.
Pirris A Ibnii.
The Champion left on her first trip in
the new trade yesterday afternoon. She is
commanded by Capt. limner and her
olliee is under the charge ol Mr. Uird. She
will hereafter run in the Paducah and St.
Louis trade, leaving Cairo every Monday
Mr. II. M. Cutler who ha-i been iu our
city for some days inking notes, informs
us that he intends publishing a review of
Cairo and Alexander County in the Chicago
Tribune about the '.'5th of December, lie
will write up the agiiculturl advantages
of the county and the advaHtuges which
Cairo oll'i i for the investment of capital.
; Our patent fire kindier is tin.' best
lung iu the market. Tiy it.
Pi.rri- A- lliun
Tlie merchant who we intimat."!. -one'
day.- ag , bad leit the city willi the iiUn
ti iii ol t.tking unto himself a wife, rr-
turned S, unlay uiitht. Mr. William Harrell j in Squire Osborn's olliee and listened to his i nolicul Unit the fine was assessed for
is the gentleniiin's name and he is now, i talk the swx-et extract of all speech-lhat ' abusive language, but. iu the third ease be
with his wife, visiting .Mrs. M. I!. Ham II. I held our ear iu blissful slaveiv. And as he j rc his honor there was a slight variation.
T.ik lit i.i.iiiis congratulates the happy j spoke "his words of learned' Jength und I Hester Kelly was the lady's name, and the
eiiuole and hones that heaven mav bestow t thundering sound, amazed the gazing ru- charge against her was offensive language.
its choicest blessings upon them.
The lining in front of Mr. Dan Hart-
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lllllll 9 III uii I iiiiiil: liun mi, mi, I'Uiii iiwui, .
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'b dmbUess, at no distant day, tl... -ul"
walk will be laid down. When this is
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, I VII l I I w "-VH ,'IIIIHI? Illl OHM Ullljj I
' been compelled to lake the street in
ing this pin tieiilar place, w ill doubtless lie
j Several day- ago the new -au-age ma
chinery which Mr, Fretl Koehler lately re
ceived, was in some maiinner unknown to
ii-, seriously damaged, which rendered it
couipuiaUvely worthless and necessitated
the returning thereol to the ni iniilaelureis, (
Mr. Koehler intend leav'my for Cincin
nati yesterday, wc, hear, w ith thn intenlion
of there buying u new machine.
If Mr. Oeorge Fisher desires the
thanks of the general public, let him see to
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it 1 1 1 1 1 1 the walk around the custom house
. i lvl,.,!,,,d If wi'llv in ne.,,1 ,,f
,l" "I o" " I1'"1"1' Missail IHIIieil OJ
it in f.ui its cuiiilition will hanily per
mit ladies to approach the custom house iu
rainy weittlier, and is commented upon, in no
plcunar.t terms, by our business men
generally, whose biiainess coinpells them
to daily visit the post office.
-The Interview we had with Mr. Glad
den on the ii"gro immigration question, and
which wc published in these columns some
weeks ago, has been reprinted by the New
Oi'lc ,ii' Observer, that journal crediting it
lo the Cairo Argus, Were we not an un-Ms-umin
inaii ',vi would demand that the
draper correction be nmdu and the credit be
given us. lint being naturally modest, us
all good Christians are, we say 0. K.--"lct
Every once in a while, iu fact when
capitalists visit this city, the report gains
circulation that they are here for the pur
poso of taking a look at the rolling stock,
etc., of the Cairo and V.incenncs railroad,
with the intention of buying that road.
Such was the rumor wc heard yesterday on
our streets, caused by the presence of New
York capitalists in this city. Wc traced
tho rumor to the bottom and found it un
founded. The Du Quoin Tribune says that .it
looks as if the Illinois Central railroad
company was trying to bulldoze a couple
of Du Quoin's mines into furnishing it
coal at starvation rates or else cut off the
trade entirely by refusing the mines cars
for their own trade. There may lie two
sides to this question, but to a man up a tree
and unprejudiced, it looks ns if the Central
company cared very little for other enter
prises just so its own affairs prolitto.l by it.
If the company have not got the cars, all
right, but it it has plenty of cars for other
mines, we can't see tho excuse for squeez
ing the Enterprise and Star, two as gned
mines as are in the prairie.
. good house greeted Bailey's cele
brated Dramatic Company nt the Athe
ne uui last uight and a still larger house is
quite certain to greet it this evening, when
will be presented the Man of Mystery.
The entertainment was one of the best ever
witnessed in Cairo and everybody left tho
building more than pleased delighted.
The entire company more than fulfil led ex
pectations. Then! were no awkward
hitches, but everything passed off as
it could h.we done had everybody in his
respective sphere, been a star. The com
pany will make its second ami hs.t appear
ance to-night iu a glorious bill The Man
of Mystery and A crowded house will cer
tainly be "there to ee."
Married Sunday evening, December
14th, '.) o'clok. at the St. Charles Hotel, in
Cairo, Illinois!, by Uev. I). V. Ocorge,
Presbyterian minister, Major J. Winkle of
Cairo to Miss Katie C. Moylan of Mem
(Memphi" aud M. I.tmi papers plrnte rop
Thus a gallant ex-Confederate Major sur
renders unconditionally. The only invited
guest present' was his old comrade in arms,
tho conuniss'iry of his old Seventh Kentucky
regiment, Capt. John Henderson. Tin-;
15i:i.I.i;ti.n extends hearty congratulations to
the happy couple.
An exchange learns that Gould is form
ing n rival line to the Illinois Central rail
road Irom Chicago t New Oilcans. The
Cairo and Vincennes and Paris and Dan
ville roads will soon lie connected by a line
from St. Francisvillc to St. Lawrenceville.
These roads are connected with the Wabash,
aud will jnve Uouhl a continuous line from
Chicago to Cairo. Thence to Xew Orleans
connections will be made through the Mo
bile and Ohio. Another part of this grand
scheme is the erection of steam elevators at
this hoist, for w hich it is said that the Wa
bash and the Cairo and Vincennes road
have raised 1,000,000.
Cunningham is gone, wc are told. We
mean Justus. The rumor has gained cur
rency, and doubtless through his ever busy
enemies, that he has excepted a berth on
one of our steamboats as cook. Wc have
not seeii Cunningham of late and are not
authorized to contradict this report, but
notwithstanding, we desire here to put it on
record, that we believe the report inaliei-
ouslv and meanly fal-e. The idea' He. i
who (Ireek can speak as naturally as a pig
lean si i ilea k a cool;: I'reposterous: lie,
who with a giant's might does heave tlit; I
ponderous thought and pours the stnrni '
of eloiiieiiee with sc. itching lightning '
fraught a cook? We shall never belii ve
it. Often have we sat with tnanv a rti-tie 1
ties ranged around; and still they gazed,
mil still tin. wonder iri-ew thnt one small
il ,, 1 ,.- v nil l,.. km.- " ll,. , L '
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Words fail us to epres- our disgust at the
-All cxciteuient of unusual dimeusions
''und to exist in the Fourth Ward Sun-
il.IV lllgllt lit aoollt 8 UClOCK, ami tlie lol-
lowing is the way in which it was created: for which Squire Uobinson lined that gen
One of our young men who has acquired a I tlcuinn live and costs. On a failure to pay
habit of seeing his girl occasionally nud j he went to jail for eight days,
eating his supper with nuieli regularity, did I For assaulting and striking ti weiikii'
the latter, Sunday night, and contemplated j Lrother, a white man, whose name we siq
tloing the funncr mum liately afterwards. press, wus lined five and costs, which were
Hut it appeals that he w; - the possessor of i puid.
a "proud stomach" and ih.it organ heiiev- ; Au U).ll(Wll young-nanieless -white
ing the food placed within it, of un unfit j ..(jsonl.erly conduct-arrested hySchuck
character to be in its possession while the j m,jve amj fi0f(ts.
young man saw Ins lady low, attempted to
lid itself thereof Tim young man (what
could he do clsci: sought the shed iu the
back yard an.l then and then' did rid him
self of the obnoxious food. ISut when
opening the door of the shed to return to
the house, he found stationed in front of it
a "w ild" cow, which shook her head and
had firmly resolved thnt lie stay where he
was. His cties lor assistance remained un
answered for nu entire hour, when an officer
and Squire Osborn, who were over u block
a way, heard him and came to Ins assistance,
For hours ul'icr he had returned to bin
lioii-c men gathered there and ut street cor
lers and asked each other who had been
tu'iesteil nud where the light had been,
Hut the young man deigned no reply, and
i:b 'i:ig now too biU to see h! girl, spent
Sunday night with n sorrowful heart in re
A carpenter named ('has Ixjaly, from
East Cairo, nunc near losing his life while
the Centennial was at our wharf. He and
mi East Cairo teamster had come to Cairo
und while here imbibed rather freely and
in attempting to cross the river again
tlu.' strong current ol the river carried tho
skiff under the guard ol the Centennial,
which was about five or six suches from the
river, and kept it there for two hours, the
carpenter laying on his back iu the bottom
ot the skill and crying for help ull tins
time. The mate and captain were asked to
assist Iho uiiui, as his skiff was tilling with
water, but they stoutly refused, asserting
tint he was not the first man they drow ned.
After the man had been In the perilous posi
tion aud had called for assistance for two
hours, several of our citizens interested
themselves in the matter und called on the
Mayor, who at once went on board the
boat and had her turn her wheel so as to
stop the current. The skill' was drawn
from its dangerous position but nt once
capsized and had not a rope been thrown
the man previously, he would iu all pioba
bilitv have drowned.
Ul'X OVUlt UY KAIL.
Mil.NH JACK I.A1.I.Y 11 As Ills I.HC.t, .XM.N'lil.Ml
IIY CAUS I'AS-I.NO OVKlt Til KM 1.N Tllli
CAIKo ANU VIVfKS.VI S YAUOS,
A very serious accident befell young Jack
J.ally yesterday forenoon in the yards of
the Cairo und Vincennes railroad. We
called at his home on Twenty-eight street
shortly after the accident and learned the
billowing particular He was engaged in
uncoupling car-, he .-aid, while they were
in motion, and hud just drawn the pin to
switch oil' the lower cur, and was i uniiing
along between them while in motion, when
the break beam of the e:ir behind him
caught his heel and tripped him
throwing him on the track. He inude a
desperate effort to get oil', but the car pitt
ed over his leg-below his knee-, while he
hud them crossed. The right leg i- the
one most seriously injured, k being broken
below the knee and the oalf horribly man
gled. It is also fractured above the knee.
The left leg is iractlircd below the knee.
not broken, however, and both ankle- ;,re
pulled jut cf. shape. Although Di
Parker were at once called aud made thr
poor fellow as comfortable as possible, he
was in great pain when we visited him. IK-
is a young vtn of industrious habit.- und
is well-know ii, especially to our up tow n
people, who deeply sympathize with hii.i
and his people in his affliction. i)r. Parke:'
believes that aiiiputiaion will not be necif -
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nr. I'al la;iy, wno is on our poiic ioree,
is a brother of Jack's.
A HANDSOME LINE
Of hosiery and gloves, for ladies Mis-es and
children, at reduced price. Call und ex
amine, J. l!i iaii:j!.
IlKKOlii: SO.I II'.K IIOltlNSON
-llattie Lurnett. a dusky dame, wie, ar-
rested bv Officer Sheehan for disturbing '" ladies' and chilnren-' irtnh-i ui, at the
the peace and quiet of her ,ucighborhood , very lowest piici-. J. Una. hi:,
by blowing In r bazoo, and brought her ! , , VST1;. sT'lT'lal AND Ka'ncY ISA
before Squire Uobinson to answer to the' .AM!,
charge. Having no excuse tor making j The ladies ol the Presbyterian chinch
such extensive use of her gift of guli, the j ;iMd .K i. ty, w ill give an Oy-ter Supper und
Squire taxed Hattie five dollars am costs.
Martha Washington was the next un-
I fortunate Wrought heforc his hoiwr. She
had indulged rather extensively in abu-ive
language and a- jhe evidence was ill 1
against Mr-. Wa-hington. she was fined.
f.r the D-n. lit and for the use c the City
of Cairo, the costs ;tnd the secondary live
Inthetivo foregoing case it will be
j She was fined live mid costs, but tinding
( that lief pockets Were Ullgraccd by
! greenbacks, the Siiuire kindlv -.u'e her or r-
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! mission tiiboar.Ui.r eight days with the,
I m!,u who carries the keys to the city palace. !
' . Al- Johnson, a gentleman oi' the Afii-
I t 1
, ean persuasion, had used oth,,,.ve language
"J u sisiei oi tlie Biiiue ieihimsioii j e.viei iinv ,
John Fisherman, white, win arrested
by Schuckers for 1. and D. and lined live
A Mr. Johnson for being drunk was
lined one dollar and costs. Paid.
J. 11. Mitchel, a white man, for being
a vagrant was asked to contribute- ten dol
lars and costs, but not having the asked for
chinks, was given 21 hour. to leave the
A Mr. I). 11. Comer, ti white man, who
came to this city Sunday, got boozy and
missed the boat for which he haij bought a
ticket to Xew Orleans. For his honayiiicss
ho was brought to trial, but the Squire's
compassion being excited Hie is naturally
kind-hearted) he was not assessed the tisitul
flue, but given 21 hours to lnvt- tow n.
A Merry Xnias.
y perhaps, but you know I 'am always AHEAD of
hers in Kwryt Iritis:. It's just so with My
For M I IN
I .O WE I ' TI I AN T I I K LO W KST.
A yrood heavy Shift and Drawer. .TOc a suit.
A line Merino " l.fio
A line red llannel " 'J. 50
Kino Caslunoro wool, olive.shirl and drawer, U 0 a suit
A line Silk IlaiidkerehiH'. GOe.
I iinen Collar. -I ply. latest styles. M.Ol) prr do.
A heavy J Jritish liaU'liose. Mfie per pair.
A fine Kuitt Jacket. I.oociii'h.
Also a full line of NKCM
All the above goods ;nv WARRANTED to h- tir! yh
and as low as the small ib-aler ran buv. Call- ;iml iy for
A. MAUXJJI 01iio'W(:vM.
OFFICERS ELECTED '
At the election by Cairo Idge No. '27. i
A.F.& A.M., held last week. th. fol!w:rg I
officers were elected : i
John Wood, Wor-hipl'iil M.i-!. r ,
Henry Well-, Senior W:rden. ;
('. Wi!-on, Junior Warden.
I!. F. Dlake. Secretary.
.. F. Koi -inever. Trea.uri i .
llv ing dissolved p:tncrship with John
Major, m: have opened a sjiop on Commer
cial avenue between Uth and l.'ih street.
AH kinds o carnage-, buggies, plow, und
' wag.uis. al.-o :tll kino of edge tools, mill
j pick-, etc.. mad" to order, and npniring
done promptly and cheaply. .""i urns
i pnn tiee and evpeiieit e enables lis to guar-
antec all work to give -ot i-.f.,-f imi Uugny
J painting and trimming done ut price- to
suit th"liiiu-. Mr. P. Oadl'oi-. the csr-
i maker, is contectid with u- und i
! always ready to neivnonoihite cu.-toii.ers.
I Mh-mTk-sikii i Nis.
I'i Ut I E DAYS ONLY.
We a HI offer f..r the next 10 days. JO'I
ilver Uny lilaiikrt-, :it -lOcenti. a pair.
.). I It; nr, r. it.
i Tlie In he.s .'i.i-'iiig at the Pn byteriati
i Fair life lequested to send their fancy
articles to Mr-. ni. Struttou thi
A OHEAT VAKIU'V
Fiiucv ISazaar, Fridnv. D.vcinb. r Hi, at the
' Teinperaiice Heading K.miiu. Sujiper from
j li to 10 o'clock. Adult-, .10 cut-: children
; 'M cents.
! -Ml, ,.Il.i:.1!lt ,;,. of ;,,,,. .,,
I (xeffdi, v low prices. Famine our stuck
of these goods. J. l!i :a.i:n.
NEWfiOODS l'OK X MAS.
New Uaisins, Currents, (trou, A'tuonds,
Orange-. Lemons, Pruns. ('ran berries,
Mqile Syrup, fSuckwheat Fiotir. Fresh
Eggs, Choice Ilutter, Mince Alf.it. Apile
liiitter. Peach JJutter. Current Jeliy. IVach
Jeily, ( 'how-Chow, Mixed Pit kle, Fancy
Cti(ly,nnd in fact, every' thing thai heatl
r wU1' tor '"' I'ani'.v groceries at
Put is A- lliun's.
Elegant line of dress ami trimming sir
of ull -hades and quaiitic-. nt greiitiy p.
duced prie.-s. ,, Ui in . fa: .
Is called to our large stock of Table Lines,
Towels and Napkins, which wc oiler at
greatly red need prices, until .New Year.
J. lb in. i. it.
WE HAVE ON HAND.
100 paiis 10 v White ISIankets. -vhich we
will sell for $'.' 00 per pair.
I. Ill III, Kit. .,
Wam'KH. Sherman v Co., Marshall,
Mich., want an agent in this county at
once, tit a salary of $100 per month ami
expenses paid. For full particulars ad
dress as above.
A 1.1. ADVKUTINKMKNTN In 'thia folimin. ol
live lilies ciii'h orlrsHWlll ,e pnlilisiieii loi -e,
tenia every lu-ertlou: 1 tiimitli, l..M: :i inuntlia vvllh
out rliMliUe. fl.dO p"l' tnnlilli. Kuril mUlit Itiniit
line, fi cenls. Miiinlioini -tintri1 free.
(.'Iii'fip lov ras'n Dinen-vrn orlnve piano, rover
und stool; in j;on(loritrr. A, A, II A ItliM.I,.
(Iwmti'.s und piiri'lniseis of ll. nl Katiit,' lul'iiiro
slnmlil he Mire Ihey bnvi) u K'.ind lille I alii Imvl
Uri'piiivd io liiruisli alisliui'ls nl reanni 'ihle rnlea.
Onil'e III C itirl lloil .e,
A si'i'ii -of So, 'J tiiilhii' riipx utul lower ruse
partly wool, but aliltiibln for poster nr proirrainini'
work. oonxlHliiit! of brevli'i-. Inii primer, plr'a, L'l'nit
n liinir, inirnejot, and di-mhlr eucll.li leOeiM mid
l)i;ur"H fail anil rotnpl -tii, vvilpn'it spaoe and
AND I JOYS.
W KA I i at cxt ivmely
i i vv
I -s-i ).
st. i .or is.
I'I i i.i.cs IifMni kat ri-hruii ii. ,;ui u, t ,. ,p . T
'jreivnr m.4 pairoUB'..'. Willi inorni. i tuc'lin n
! .'er .MtniiiB hint n-taiiuiij Imlli. ami ilOi imnai.j.1
, ilett-ruiitiM'.liiu lo inure iban rvdn-m lt oil uii.Jr
plribr- tn Ull tli full iin-Asiur nl na-iinalil.- rx
: ;.ti-tat!iiii an ii pii.;tit!, fnin it v :nul ai-m-ral i. i
. i-.m r.
! I'iililiri,!ly Un- Oi.i.,k Ukmim i:at i rrfi.:.i rt
from nt,,-1 mi ol Hi .- country to Un- (.Out a I' " nu
:; 1 iu t.i !..' rtiniiipimi of I luil ltrpiililliahl.ru ..huh
i aim- into pn, r In titui- tn can- i Ik- I ulim froei
.l.'stni'aliiii. ami him Hiuc Ui'vniriJ all tin MHTpc
' ti) the pri'-rnatioii lutart nf tbt- fiuli. nf tl,t. w.r
l.innl ilpim Oi l Die rel nl the Snulh alilr.l t.y
tlii O' mid r'. nf tin' Nnnli. W'i- i.nvc ipi...i(l nl
lnnn i l iuiupiiiiiiio uuil eniiriliatiiiti that r .-f-tm-d
In u'ni nl a r. si.iratlnn to pDMrr Iu thin ri ui.trv nf
tin-uii-ri a id lh-iri:uiilzailnn which Involii-d u :n
tin' liurmr-in rhil war. TUr Oi-umm ratir pn w
linw in Un- ili-ld Inr tli-r ucjt I'n .nli mint rlirtinn
ui'h the dnt'lruii-. nf Mat'- rtlitu and iiiilliiiri.pr.ii
'uiiiiun:.id upon iln Imniitr. II mim .ffu!, It will
m.i-t n-iiruiU arr tiut lis promlnr In r-. tl hll
:b ' li i;sin,inli n.-c.-r-llult-ll !) lln- vinr 11M1I It. re-
utif. sjnl will Inaiiirair a jmliry v.l.lth i!l t-L-.-
i: r -an-1 n-'. ai.i.lle r nil inpi nt m i i-n-ine -r-I.-Ll
i.r. Thi. i- vmt tin- hnj-t of In.- "S.i.iil
smuii" iiii-aun 'l'Si re i bin one aiitnmiii fur n
Snii.l Snijlil ninl tie-UTIulil l-ll. iiiiblt Ihr.-il
mi. ninl that I- a Mniij North, utiin it in a firm pur
jin-i-tu l. rp Itn- pn'.niiu) per nf tin- nation in
' in- s.itloii ivhiili .nr fnnh IU ln)al li-fioii. to
n;!i i-.Si-lliiin ru.l re.tnre On- iiiti-.Titt of ('in
I'lii-iti KvrM. hnti- iil.iiiiPtMiiuhlv jiolnlrd tu(.n
, ('. S. Omul a- Ihe i u-v it r. )!- rnt.dliiiite ol t.'.i-
pulili, an pariv tor uu. una' . n t.--i . Thin- ar
i-l.n r- vo!t)i a be. l-ut lie .-rlii to I i.o
neiii m rrrmn In ( on-ienlnl- In hi fau.r all tti"
i-ini-iit- ol Niu-o.'... Ili-nrr. wc h:oi- .u:perti l
.1! it I,; (1 linllilllbtion. Wrrp'l 'J II, tii M foi- 1
tiir w Tnn- ol lln- ICi-O'.iblii'hO pa:!v ai-il tlif S"t J
, i-HMi.ri nl its Irlumpli in 1-sn.
A. a i.i-iirral in v. .pnprr lor the corntlnj ri0''i.
lln- family and the li:e.i,l,-. the Oi-ni-.K Urtix i.r
nill ki i-p ftliri-ijM nt 1 h lie.l Hiiliiiriliniia Of tj.
i itut Our fai'llillr. lor Iht rollit liun nl ih-wk ate
uii.iirpHi.in d i-ilher Kal nr i-t Wi- iipn.-r u-
i jjii-i,-i-to ii'itiilu Ilie iati -t and nnut arrnrati- in
t' lii un- from rill vmrtt-ri hy nail and ti'tfiTaj t.
1 W i' ban i o.'.i-spiiiidi-iil nt all in-wo i.-iitrr
li.rni:;hu:it tin-1 minln . anil Oe-lr tall und luti-r-ft
ii'i' ' i.roiin !.- of eii nii. (e bov lailhfu!!y tt, y
lii iMriii On- ili.tif. a-iii, d to them oe.r ( i.p
luen i-il Nv.vs m pirpiin-il with errat rarr. and
', '. ufi-:. I'lintli-m!- a coiiipitisou of ibi rtfjeiri
mini ofll.e liiijo: l).n ha : wilii ibnt nf any o:inr
, lii!"iapi r 111 the rmiiiirv. (Ii;r aim In fi,ilii. :i!a!
; :u rllr:irv. s. -,l;,t , I oe- a'.l Hlhll-i t. of e,ei., r.,'
inmiii. ii.-, ami to lln On licifi lnonn..!!,..i. u !
l 'jf o h : ii .I s n. rn etirli
'I'iik Dt'i.i m; Wh.ki.v Ui.iiio.-Dkmik iivi.
la ;.iii-'iiiiiee of unr ile'erminailon to p'acr t'u
' T'i'' !'V ' .'.""te "vr "
,...(,.....,.. i.i , t. .. .-iui ue , nnijniu,i
I I. i- hae riilnr.-il H. price to one -doKoi ,.-i
ti iiii :i in . . -l iilT pri-piial In u. Thin luakrv l!. r.i,
i 1 1, r ! ii ll" !. ninl (i:u!lty. the t li npe-t in v, .,,-t
pi t in tin- riivulry We uri- t nnildrnl that thi- 'i'i
rrulliy mi lur ;i,iri nn-t lv a -.'rn -rnis
e -luil.si from I lie pi iiple nf Un' hill-'- U I--I
si I'.scinniox pkm i:s.
Ii At t. V.
I in amine .Subdav, irr i ar ....!.' HI
V::liiiiil saielin . jn r v'enr it iJ
In Ui-llrig s, in, I..), hi t In' nl '1 hri'e mnl up
tiinl. ll no
W i : IiomI Sunday, in I !:.! nf Three am! up-
atd "... o io
T.ii-sdaj s. Kr:,lnv . . j , 1 1 -iun(l:i , per t enr
! In 1'Uil'n nf l-'lvr mid rpwartlii
, Tii"-I::.i si.'l I'r'.ilii;.
I I ii in'w el Tin- ana I pw ur-i-
ON 1: DOLLA I
I IM-U VKAU.
I'a.Milile In ailviuire, sprcjiil rules to Ai'i'iit-.
Itemlltiill' es sho'il;! le- ininle liv I'nitrd Slileal
I rin-t Dltn ."lotii'l Dnlrrs. Imiik llralls. nr retfl-li-n il
' ": ,, ,.,.. (,M),iK 1,1(IynN(. ,,,M
j I'ANV.t-T. I.ui is. .vc
: . :rrv. - :;; ;-
I'ATAItllll. THK CAl'sK ANU i l l!:." "
I'ainplili'l by Or. i'i.r-os 1'iiati'. of -j-ia suni
St., l lilrauo. Hr. Pratt In the Amber ol tlieUmi
Tii'iiimi'iit for Catarrh, mnl in lh! new Treat i
revi n id thi' si oi el of his siK'ii'sa lu thn trealniet.'
of a iPseii-i', to Willi h lie hn ev,., jtudy nf t
li!rlliiie. I'.'implilrt m-mI nn ri'ii'lpt nl lie. Mnin,
i A WKKK in your own town, and i.,
Au..ll..l .I.I....I V- ....... .,
in.iiii riPKI'll. I on inn llli tin
hiiHinea it trial wllninil fxpetist
i ne neat opportunity ever otiereu !
tlitue wlllluK to work. Vou aboiili ;
Irv nothiiiL' elf u till vou see for voilr
cell' v hat inn tun do al the bualuvaa we oiler. N,
room to explain bore. Vou can devote, nil vou ,
liine or only your spare time lo tlie busluraii, an ,
imikn irrunt jiuy Inr every hour Hint vou work1!
Xl'nill.,11 (it.ibi. ...,. I, u ....... U I Cm .....( -
" a" .in,' ,i i, r. mill, n, nil mi r,,.- ,,;
tirlviile tertiiH and pnrlli'iilHrs.'w lilrli we mail Ins ,
S'lfiiittlt free, lbm't e omplnln of hnrri llmea whli i
yon have surli o ehiiiife. AdilrucN II. IIAI.l.tTll:,
C O., I'ortliind. llutiin.
.1.,.. .. 1.1, il... I...
wound or Injury, eve
nl. orimy liiscasi'
se, in f
Itttea u soldier of the late war to ll in n-loll. A
Pension" bv the law of Jinutaiv. Is'.ii. bei'ln bark
ilule of illscliiiiy.il or death of soldier, All entitt1
"lidiild upply at once. Thoiisiiiids who are no
ilmwliii; pension'- lire entitled to an inrreiisii, h(
tlleiM and widow- of the Mi;xlfu war are entitled
1,1'lialolia. Your niae ahull receive liroiiipt title
il.ei. Write- ut otn e, Adtlrt-a I', t.. si'Kl.lt, I . 4
l'iiiuu Attuiavy, tuuiuuuiKilla, luili.iua.
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