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FOR TWO' NIGHTS 'ONLY
'Comic Opera Company !
ChureU Choir Clioru.
Headed b the jroaiis and bcantilul American Ttlma
bouna. Muso Soprano A.aolula,
esf MISS ADA irHM0Nl)e
f up jorii'd bv the lanreat and moat complete Comic
Opera Troupe In America ,
Tlifkton mimical succe... Vou Suppe' llomaulic
" FATINITZA M
FBI DA V EVENING, DECEMBER JlUh
Produced luthu nume" magnificent tylu a at the
Fifth Avenue Theatre, N. V : alu i the following
Opera dariui:tlileu:jai;ement: "The Chime of
Normtadn." Saturday evening, December 9)it.
O. T. R- C.
Dart' to ilo Itiglit."
YiMifuclf nd'Untr are timflVy liUurt tu attend
3 e.lcet party to be Riven at the "Cairo Tempcrancu
Kefurm Club Booms." on Thursday evening. De
cember IHIli, ism.
Dr. V. W. Dunnlujf. A. W. Neff. ( apt. W. M.
William. Chin, rink, (.'apt. Tims. W. Shield, and
.la-. K. Miller.
W. 1). Lippill. 0. II. Hell. A. P. Daniel., tico. K.
O' tiara. C. It Huflln.Ueo. M Kry.
Tll'KKTS, - - KACII.
Can be had at Barclav Bros ltruj Store on wa.h
tujton aveunrt. Geo. O'liara'a drug aturu and at the
ltetorrn Oltib.reiidinR roura.
ldc.t .leweliv Ilou-r in SoiitlMTu'lllinei''.
Established in tl!Bl.
U't ilre.viveu ami cou.iauiij hrh-mim, i
VAX A. I'ltJDKIfS
Sw JEWELRY STORE
No. llt Commercial Avsmie, near lith St.
ManilicfntDianioiidsand Fine Jewelry,
Cameo. Onyx, Coral and Plain Setts.
Ringfs, Necklaces, Chain and
Bond Bracelets, Watches.
Chaius, Studs, Sleeve
Ware, Sterling: Silver
ware, Knabc and Pease Pi
anos, Mason & Hamliu Co., and
Kstey Organs, Brass, String- and
Rwd Mimical Instruments & Trimming's.
IfrDo iiol fail to Ivpect bin Stork before pur
IWUe Kiiarastecs to ell al New York. Si. I.oula
t Chicago price. Noneeetwity for fending from
home for line and cheap (food.
t5POrder by Expreaa and Mail .ollcltcd and
promptly nlled., .
Fine Jewelry Made to Order.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTKRKD AT T1IK POST Orl'ICK IS CAIKO. II.
LI SOW, AH SECOND-CLASS M ATI Kit.
OKKICIAL PAPEUOK ALEXAMiER COUNTY.
OnlyMorninr Daily in Southern Illinois.
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FOR 'J 'EN' DAYS ONI. V.
We will offer for the next 10 ilay, 100
hilvcr (iTfy Blankets, at !0 cents a pair.
OYSTKI! Sl'l'i'KK ANT) FANCY
I'lio ladies ol tlie I'rcliyteiiuu cluireli
and Boc.iety, will give tin Oyster Supper and
Fancy Bazaar, Friday, Deccmoer 19, at the
Tciuporancc Heading Itormi. Supper from
H to lOo'cloc.k. Adults, ."tOecotv, eliildren
e i WE HAVK ON HANI).
10) paii 10x1 White Blankets. vUUli we
w ill sell for $-2 00 per pitir.
. Plt!j'-FEKT, SPABE-RIBP, ETC.
At the packing house of Hinkle & Moore,
-m Ctimmercial aveuue, pig's feet, spare
rihs, hack hone, and other trimmings in
Jargo or small quantities are for sale at very
low rics. New InN fr hmily sc,in
viU1? Mpccinl uUi.'iiiiim.
;V'"-.' , r"WKHAE
Most ueant line of gimp ami fringes, at
icwidliijjly low prices. Kiamion our stock
t t!i"He j-oods. " ' " J.' BtmoEB.'"
' '! ' ' ATlANSS LINK
t)l' hoitiory and jrlovcn, for ladies Mishcb and
leidldicn,!aKrndtdd price. ' ('all and ex-
amuie. i 4. tfcltWKa.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Next year is Leap year.
, - Mr, W. L Hooker, of New York City,
is at the St. Charles'. 1 ''-
Order your New Year cards from The
Bi:m.etin Call mid see thd styles.
Rev. Whlttaker, e regret to hear, is
still quite ill. He was : yesterday couflned
to his bed.
--Mr. McEwcn yesterday commenced
the plastering of the Alexander County
Budcr ia selling No. 12, triple plate,
solid steel knives, at i.kss than Chicago and
St. Louis prices.
The Belle Memphis, tor Memphis, and
the Belle Shrevcport, for New Orleans,
will be at our whari to-dny.
Pif. S..A. Frobs, of Bloomingten,
State Bwnist ot Illinois, is in the city, and
regisnrcd at the St. Charles.
"Orange Blossom" wedding envelopes
ami note paper, latest thing out, just re
ceived at The Bulletin office.
Yesterday was an extremely ugly day,
the snn being invisible and the atmosphere
cool and disagreeable.
Tlie Vest BotucWl and largest stock of
jewelry in the southwest to be found at
Butler's, No. 104 Commercial avenue.
-Mr. Harry Cormick, was in city yester
day. He reports the freight business on
the Illinois Central "immense."
Mr. Louis C. Schuckers, we sec from
the State Register, has accepted a position
on the reportorial staff of that journal.
Have you seen the Patent Dust Proof
watch cases and Illuminated Watch Dials,
at Butler's, No. 104 Commercial avenue?
--We see from our exchanges that
Mother Goose receptions are just now very
popular in Padueah and surrounding towns.
We learn from Dr. Gordon that Mr.
John Gates' little child, which was severely
scalded a few days ago, is doing exceed
Ed. Buder litis just received some of
the most beautiful jewel caskets, and toilet
sets ever seen in the city, No. 104 Commer
The pop-corn and catuly house in the
window near the comer of Washington and
Eighth street, is the ingeniou? workman
ship ot Phil Saup.
Several small buildings have lately
goce up in tlie Illinois Central rouud house
enclosure, for the accommodation of the
employes of said road.
This is the week for the meeting of
the members of the Illinois Amateur Press
Association. This city will doubtless be
represented there by several members-
T; Cairo ikuJ Vince'unes railroad
track was yesterday receiving an overhaul
ing by the hands of the company, thereby
gladdening the hearts of our teamsters.
The pasage to Padueah has been
raised t $1 50. A very respectable in
crease this, since the Champion lias with
drawn, although it isnot as high as formerly.
The Mississippi Central train was two
hours late last ninht, the cause of which
we could not learu. The Illinois Central
train, however, awiiited its arrival before it
Miss Willi ford, daughter of Prof.
Winiford, of Anna, who has been in the
city visitiug the family of Mr. W. II.
Sen utter, returned to her home, yesterday,
sifter a pleasant stay ot a few days.
Send Thk Wklki.y Bili.ktin, at one
dollar and a half a year, to your friends in
the country as a New Year's present. A
more acceptable' or valuable present to
country fricmU could hardly be made.
Another cold wave ha struck Cairo
and another ease of those "Faultless" cig
ars has been op'-ncd at Korsmeyer's the j
best five cent cigar iu the city, sold whole
sale and retail, coiner Ohio levee and Sixth
It is rumored that six thousand dol
lars were paid the Champion to withdraw
from tlie Cairo and Padueah trade.
Whether there is any truth in this report
we know not, but certain it is, that the
Fisk's people are not very jubilant over the
At the annual election of ollkcis for
Cairo Encampment, held Tuesday night,
the following named member were elected
to the respective oflices for the ensuing
year : C.Lame.Chief Patriarch ; .Jell' M .Chirk,
High Priest; Geoge Staed'er, Senior War
den; Win. McOee, Junior Warden; A.
Frasicr, Treasurer: Wm. Alba. Scribe.
Quite a number of the Andy liatim's
crew was sick when she arrived here. Five
of them made application for admittance to
the Marine Hospital here, but Dr. Carter,
(hiding that only two were really ill and de
serving of assistance, only that number
Squire Robinson united in the holy
bonds of wedlock, two couple, one white
and the other black. The name ot the
white couple wa Mr. George Edwards and
Misa Laura Bunnoy. The colored couple's
name was respectively, Audi as Hardy and
Caroline Lewis not Caroline, the ''old rip,"
but a aaore respectable Caroline.
. Tim ball at Teinpruuc.o hall to-night
will be a pleasant affair. The gentlemen
who have-it in charge arc not in the habit
of making failures "and don't you forget
it. Go to the party, You have a special
invitation. Tickets only 50 cents admitting
yourself, and an additional 50 cents each for
"your sisters, coming and . aunts."
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1870.
: r : ; . . . , i - : 1 1 i , . ' UTl
We beg to call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement of the Watch
Manufactory, Manfred Belmont & Co.
There is nothing more juitftblo for tasteful
and useful Christmas and New Year pres
ents, than it good'watcji Thf aboVe world
renowned manufactory will forward direct
to anyone making the request, even one
single of their excellent watches at whole
A new "species" of handsome aud sub
stantial lumps, sold by C. U. Woodward, we
bolieve, are becoming quite popular just
now. One of them may be seen od the
corner of Twentieth and Washington, in
the court-housa inclosure. One ia visible
in front of the City National Bank building
and another in front of Hartman's and
various other places. The lamps burn coul
oil, we believe, and give a light equal to
We were yesterday reliably informed
by "those who ought to know," that the
Ada Richmond Comic Opera Company,
which is advertised to appear at the Athc
ncum on Friday and Saturday, will find it
impossible to be in the city until Saturday.
Bailey's Dramatic Combination, we hear,
will on that evening "hold forth" in the
Athencum and since their combination has
in the past few day's proven itself to be a
very superior one, our people will hardly j
The road supervisors for next year, ap
pointed by the board of jounty commis
ionrs at its last meeting areas follows:
ftonard R. Hurd, Geo. W. Lee, Jus. H.
Mulcahey, Joel M. McKannie, Wm. 1). Par
rott, John Harden, John Bishop, II. C.
Barkanseo, Martin Brown, Henry Halt.
haaser, Henry Dunning, Geo. Long, Wm.
Croford, Henry Whitaker, M. P. Marble,
Eli Douglass, John Leosing. Jas. L. San
ders, S. M. P. McClure, Jas. I.. Loekett,
Van Swaney, Goo. De Gelder.
The rendings of Miss Belle Onffney at
the Atheneum last night, was fully up to
the expectation of the large audience which
hal assembled there. She had made her
selections with taste and her reading more
than pleased in fact delighted everyone
present. Sho has, since her arrival here, by
her real ability and true worth, won Jhc es
teem of all of our citizens and that this es
teem will follow her where'er she may go.
she may depend upon. We wish her suc
cess in her undertakings and if ability will
achieve success, it will certainly be Iter's.
Tlie grind jurors, selected by the
board of comity commissioners, to serve at
the next term of court, were as follow:
First Cairo precinct -II. II. Candee, E.
Buder. Second Cairo presinct Miles W.
Parker, C. M. Howe. Third Cairt precinct
P. Fitzgerald. A. Eraser, fourth Cairo
precinct Amos Watts, Snrn'l Walters.
Fitth Cairo precinct James Carroll, Nick
Williams. Goose Island precinct Thos.
Vallett, O. Greenlee. Thebes precinct
Martin Brown, Geo. Sammons. Hazle
wooj precinct J. W. BrigmaB, Paul Mow
ery. Sandusky precinct Geo. Y'ocum.
Clear Creek precinct Sam'l Walker. East
Cupe precinct I. A. Weathers. Santa Fe
precinct French Jones. Lake Milligan
precinct W. R. Lane. Beech Ridge pre
cinctMarion McKatiil. I'nitv precinct
Yesterday forenoon a line prospec. for
a tight made its appearance on Washington
avenue, a few blocks below this office. The
difficulty arou between one of our butchers
and livery stable men. aud the "bore- of
contention'' seemed not to be n lnme at all.
but meat which had been sold the livery
man. who, after some roundabout talk, told
tho butcher that he was a G d d d thief.
This was too much for the vender of meats
to take and he accordingly procurrcl one
of his knives of about a foot iu lengt'i aud
then returned the shot by very emphati
cally informing the livery man that lie was
a d d scoundrel, and asked him out fur a
tight. But the kuifelcss gentleman, doulrt
less believing as did the general of old that
"lie who don't fljitit, but rttnaiay.
Mjj- live to fliit another day."
Did accordingly. And tints ended very
abruptly what might have cittfed an i xeel
-As most of our readers kuow, the
Champion lm withdrawn from the '(airo
and Padueah packet trade. This leave the
tield clear again for the Fisk. Iu speaking
of the Champion's withdrawal the Padueah
News says that the Cairo Packet Company
has had a daily packet in the line for fifteen
years, and have kept her going iu spite of
wind or weather and regardless of cost.
They haro battled
with the storms and
opposition, but have
always had a boat in the trade for the ac
commodation of the traveling ami shipping
public' In a very short time thoy will
have a splendid new boat to succeed the
Jas. Fisk, Jr., that everybody will be proud
of, aud they expect to do business at reason
able and living rates. In the recent war
nu rates it may bu safely predicted that
the risk has lost money, but she was there
to stay, nnd there was no alternative left
her but to go ahead at whatever cost. Of
course the fare will bo Increased, but we
trust that it may coDtjni'.f reasonable.
Osk of the Bloods of BnstQii recently,
went to Chicago and got into a dispute with
a policeman regarding Ihe number of
glasses of beer he hail taken. As a blood
purjQer tthcre is nothing like llosadalis, the
great Southern Remedy. Soothe 'the hot
blood ith n magic, touch,. l'or :de lv
A GENTLEMAN WHOSE LAUK COST HIM ON a
HtNDIlEl) IX1LLAUM, TO WUICIt ;WE SAY
Yesterday mornjng we chronicled hw an
old while-haired gentleman, bound for
Texas, lost eighty-five dollars and this room
ing we chronicle a similar event only of a
little more Importance. j
He is a gentleman of education, respec
tability and means. During the day be
fore yesterday, he had taken a drink or two
and towards evening, took a few drinks
more, mid then found himself iu the proper
condition to visit the dens of vice and pros
titution. He visited them the most God-forsaken
in the city situated near the corner
of Eighth and Ohio Levee, stuid
In the morning the inmates of the den
were seen at market, buying liberally of
all the dainties of the season and the whis
per at once went 'round that a "haul'' had
been made. And so it was. The ollicers
were soon informed by the gentleman refer
red to that besides his loose change, he was
just ouo hundred dollars out. But where
and to whom rf the inmates could the
blame be attached f
The money, of course, was not recovered;
nor will it be nor should it be. We have
no sj mpatlir with a man, no matter of
what station in life, who loses money in
this manner, and it is with sincere pleasure
that we chronicle the loss.
A NKOKO rilll.l NEAKLY UlltNKl TO OKA 1 11
On Eighth street, between Walnut and
Ccilar streets, lives a colored widow woman
with her two children, aged respectively,
six and seven. While the mother hud
gone to the drug store yesterday afternoon,
nt about four o'clock, and while the older
of the two boys was standing in front of
the cooking stove, the younger raked coals
ut of the stove which coining in contact
with the cloth"" of bis brother, set them
While the clothes were burning from
him, the child screamed for assistance, but
the family living up stairs not hearing him.
the entire clothes had burned from him be
fore outsiders were aware of the existence of
Dr. Gordon wus at once calleu, but he
believes the child has received injutirs that
will cause its death.
The mother's name is Mary Giileu: the
child's, Charlev Gillen.
HIS ACTIONS HAVINO 1IKKN OK A ''SO,
CHAItACTKK, HE IS I'MIAI'I'V, AND IN THE
LAM.CAI.K OK THK POET IN "HOT WAT EH."
Misfortunes never come singly and so it
is witli Mr. Jos. Nott. 1I; is again in
trouble. Our readers will remember that
not many weeks ago he compromised a lit
tie misunderstanding with a young lady, as
to who was the father of her child'. But
this, it seems,. did not end his trouble, fur
yesterday he was, on a warrant sworn out
by another colored lady, named Mandn
Ross, again in Squire Coming's office.
We did not stay to hear the evidence in
the case, because we believed it would
be unfit for publication, but shall give the
result of the trial to-morrow morning w ith
out comment. Tho attorney for Nott is
Mr. Leak, who straightened out his former
case, and the attorney tor Miss Manila ltos
is Mr. D. T. Linegar.
Hon. John II. Oberly, the legal expert of,
and Democratic representative upon the
Railroad aud Wurehou.se commissioner. ,
having become oua of the proprietors -of :
the State Register, the Journal, missionary, j
knowing that Mr. Oberly intended within 11 ,
few weeks to take editorial charge of the
Register, surmised that in all probability
he wauld feel disposed to make the stal
wartuvf oathern Illinois hajipy by tender
iaj his resignation as commissioner.
Mr. Obarly was accordingly interrogated
upon the subject, and he frankly stated
that, although since eutering upon his new
aterprise he had not had time to fully
mature his plana, yet it was his intention to
resign his CDminissiouership. How sor.u,
however, he would be ready to do 10, he
could not say, having had but little oppor
tunity as yet to consider the snbject. It is
not likely that he will resign until after
the publication of the forthcoming report
of the Board, which he hi been engaged
in preparing. Springfield Slate Journal.
A KAiiMKit living near Kiikwood, Mo,,
Mr. George Sell wager, report1 that the St.
Jacobs, Oil hits been used with great bene
fit in his neighborhood.
CHRISTMAS" AND NEW -YEAR'S
What would lie a more appropriate gift
to a friend than a photograph from Win
tor's Gallery. Only a few outers can be
filled, so come early.
Iscalled to our large stock of Table Linens,
Towels and Napkins, which we oiler at
greatly reduced prices, until New Yenr,
' ' .1. BintiKii.
Wantkd. Shetniau A Co., Mni'shall,
Mich., want tin agent in this county nt
once,' nt a Knliiry of $100 per 'month and
expense paid. , For full PM'tlcukn ad
dress tm above. ; j,.,,, .
A. Merry Xinas.
Little early perhaps, but you know I am always AHEAD of
others in Everything. It's just so with My
. i a.x iui.i.1 .1
LOWER THAN TJ IK LOWEST!
A tfood heavy Shirt :uul Drawer. .70c a nit it.
A lino Merino " 1.50
A line red Uimuel " J,50
Fine Cashmere wool, olive, shirt and drawer, 51,00 a suit
A fine Silk Handkerehiei; Ot
Linen Collar. 4 ply, latest styles. ,00 per do..
A heavy British hall' hose. 25e per pa!r.
A fine Knitt Jacket, 1.00 each.
Also a full lineol NKCK WEAK at extremely Low
Air the above goods are WARRANTED to be first t-lim,
and as low as the small dealer can buy. Call and see for
A. M ARX, (1 Ohio LovtM!.
h)i Christinas LJ resents,
Direct from the Manufacturer at Wholesale Price.
MAXFREI) llKLMOifT & CO.,
I 'AiUy, France,
CJ EXErA, Switzerland.
MONTUEA L414 St. 1 ,uvvrmce St.
Kruuj ibitiiav up to t'hrltma. wc will forward oar mnjmiieerit nd world rrnuwued mcne at La'f
til'- prV at tthkn the same art- wild hy watchmaker, for lbs latti r do not manufacture tb m. but hav
to hny thorn from tin- manufacturers too. Wu uru :uDufatturlnj; a. a SPECIALTY ki-yW watcben.
Th kt'.vlixs tn.H-Lnuiim to a watrh I. one of the urt-at modern loiproveiiivnui In watch work it dor
away with tho U liir hiond key. iu wliicn u many ri-ronn haw rulnd thtlr watchm; the watch i
wound by lurpuii! a tiurli-d knob, pland un the tiaudle or bow mi-lead of br tbe oniluary means, the
Mil 'nion oi
i ur uu hiil
be ailvautaueiiMhi...e improvement, aie otirloti",
ad airtight and duittlnbt. thu prei-ervlnjf nia-h
e inlcrv.il. brtueeu the tiere.rv cleaning of the
We forward post free and duty paid, at the follow in? price,:
STIfONt; NKKKI. c.i.f, illver plated, open face. Jewell 10 4 hole., (ery null
able for workmen, ai.h15.rl ,oj, tic
dOI.D lil.KCTIIO I'l.ATED cae. i will not n tolor; cry-tal 'H'k .i-coiid..
STOl'T SILVKI! jf. rngine-timi d. Ii-cr mrn.-ment, 1 ryutal i;la. .utik .ec(.nd,
jewelled ill K bote..... .
KLKi.ANT SII.VKK III NTINO caae, engraved, highly tlnifiied movement. unk
uiiJ. i.liroiiorn.'tf r balance. Jeweled in 10 hole., 'one of the be! .i.ver watche. made
liOl.li cai-e. horizontal movement, flat aud eltcant. jeweled tliroahout. auuk tr
tude. a; ,t:il sla", ciijjraM'U or plain poliihed cane....
Is U' AT i(il.D, bail hunting c-e, very superior movcaicnl. e!r jewelea, rich
I) enii-meil or plain poli.lied ...'.,
IS CAJIA'1 i.OI.O. tiontin f.f. riilily rngravetl. Skeleton l,evrr movement, (iold
or Knaruel llial. sunk ecoud. Compi.nc.'ttiou Lalauie. ti-,....
IN C AKAT COl.D, lluotlnj ca-e. hi i ai.d carrtully examined Skeleton Lever move
ne-ut. Jevvvlcd in IS lii.lea (.old llalani e. with all the V.e-t Irnptov, ment.. p!ind!d
il-corateil double htititln-j i a.e .
ClIHONOMEl'fcl! WATCH, highly nniKhed chronometer uiuvviiirnl jeweled
throughout, w ith al! the !atet improvement', iu dou'jle hottomed eiigino !urned. plain
poliehed or enraud. is carat -o!d hunting cwixe. o!d or !.ard white enamel dial, with
uuk netond., etc
t II ItOXOM LTL It-C A I.KS DA K WA1 ( H. with tvntre aeeoiuia hnnd. marking
fourth of aeeoud.. "how iuj; on dial, day ot the umutl), tuouth of the )car, and day of
tin: week, wllh bcHilironiiUieter mov.-ment, curefullr examined, iu .plend id decor steil
or plain polished eJIra ctronj limiting cne
at from $ to fW
All the alwve Watehis in smaller
Monograms, Arms or Cte.-. will be engraved
out additional cost. '
Kveiy wsub akeii r ill lie iiu'iicdiiiHv forwarded, reudr for immediate u and a.teurely packl
in a Due .Moioci n ear:, ine reiriiiariiy una preci.ion 01 i inovemeui ana ron.cieutinus woikiiiaii.i l
i warntnti-d In writlna for three vearn, durln' vvlii li ni ilod no edarce will be made for repair, if 1 1
wnli h Ik forwarded to u pn-t In u. All void id.l-i
watche. tin." ea.e. are tie.l Slurlln Silver.
Per.oria re.idln'' In any part of the country nueel
order to our Montreal Hrtinch, a they mar rely upon
if not L'tvlu th'- mot roinlilele h:ii i t net ion, will he
innv be .enl eltltur in Hank Uote. or by l'i"t ofllee
order of U and niore watelie.
OPINIONS- OF THE PRESS.
from th "Senttilue loduatrielle" I'ana. Kiaiice. IS .Sept., IS',7."
Tlie linn. awu ltiiili'r-:niiS. do not prole.
wniehe.at the price: unl Iroin tlie immiltuSe of
i i'iven tne iinpri1). in i (t win' opinion.
We ciin eon.eli'ntion.ly rerommend all who want
menu. nu vi. iieimoiil a to.
1.1. AUVr.l.'TlSKMKM'S In this column, ol
J ttvn lln'. eiteli or l i.H will be pnliil.hed tor'.Ti
i i iil. every iii.eriiouil mom h. t..'AI;a liiooth! with
out iliuuire, fl.tui pel' in i ii tli . Kuril additional
Hue. r, cent.. HtiiiiitlotiH wanted free.
I'OK UK NT.
The ubery properly on llolbrook ave. Cheap
lo a good teu'niit. AI.I. Uowi.st, 11. K. Auent.
Dwelling hnitae mi 1.1th Mrect, bclw jeu Walnut
nnd Cniliir, till Iniiooil eondlllon. Lute n .ldenee of
K. Ine. nt. I'or piirlleuliir. iipply ut my restdence
on corner of lil.t and Wnliiiit hirecis,
' .Mm. C. IIiiihm ii.
( lieup lor cnli (ine-.i'ven ni tnvn lilano. cover
iiliilslniil i In Kinid older
v. A. Ilrt liKI'.l.l,.
OwNi.it and purchasers uf Heal K.rnte In Cairo
cliii'ilil lie .lire tliev liiivn u l'iioiI title I sm now
prt'piircil lo luriiMi nh.triicl. tit rea.nnnbln riitea.
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tilllcii In Court Hnuse.
A i'i'leol'No.8Hothlii enp. anil lower rn.e
partly win n, hut .tillable lor po.ler or proiHiiinie
work. conNlliu vf hiolei, lour prlmet', pica, sreat
prlnief. piiriiKini and tlutilile etiKli.h letters and
liritri'x fall nnd complete, , without .;ine. and
ijiiad.,,, , . . i ..
AN D BOYS.
in-!-nu nmtii projecuou on tim mf of tho ca
the rae which never need be opened in winding
longer Hie rt'iidity of the oil. and srrcatly lirolant-tD
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'I hi. watch W jjetitrailv .old bv retailer
sizes for Ladies at the same price".
on the backs ot the Gold Watches wit
uiiiiIo and .old t-y ua ate IS curat line, and in Sihl
not b'.itato to forward their l'ot 031co or Bank'
receiving tbe exact wateh ordered by them, wbi.
willingly exchniiKert or tlie money returned. Mo-;
money order, A discount of fi p. c. will be allowed
to makv watcue at tbe Inweat price, hut lite l
their bil'inens, wc mny fuir.y Juiiie thai they have
Kroiu the "Bordeaux Journal" 'Jl Mai. 187S.
to buy a good and durable watch at moderate pr I
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Jt.x HUfJ, MOXTUEAL, l.
"t'ATAKKH, 'Illy. CAL'SK AND Cl'llE.'
A I'ainphlot by Dr. Ci.a-ios 1'katt, of 'I3 si
St.. Chicago. Dr. I'rntt Is the Author of the O;
Treatment for Catarrh, Had In this new Trratlsl
reM:a!ed the secret of his .uccem In thu trcatnJ
of a riiseaKii, to which lie ha plvcn the study
lire time. I'umpblet sent on receipt of lie .till
j A WKKU in your own town, ami
M...ltal Llf...l Vain nn m .... I
,.'i'i.i iinnui. . .. vnw i.u
buHlncaa a trial without erm
ine be.t epportnulty ever on'me!
tlio.u wiiiiiik to wnrK. loti ah
try iiollontt el.e till von see for v
.elf what ) oil ran do nt tho btisiiiCH wn ufler. I
room to explain hero. You can devote all jl
time or nniy )our .pure time to tun noalneaa,
luuKU Krunt pay tor every uour mat you 1
noiuen nmku a. much a men. Mend for .)
private term nnd partlculara, wliirn wo mall
t." outnt free. Don't complain of hard time.
you have such a rhnuco. Addmsa II. I1ALLK1
C'l),, Portland, .Maiuo.
1aLTCIiVC Kvcry wound or Injury,
I ' I'iil CJVfli P hy nrcldent, or uny dlHiiam
title a KiHiuor or me lute war in a pen. ion
iien.loHP bv the law nf .iHiiuarv. IS7II. begin bu
ditto of (tlrfharKC or dcnlli of .oldlcr. All ent
should apply at once, Thottaauds who lire
driiwltiir tietiBlon are entitled lo an Increase.
tiler and widow nl'thi Mexican war aro emit
pension. lour ca.u hall receive prompt i
ilon., Writ at once, Addrc C. 1.. SPICEU,
t'iilwt Attumey, Ititllannpoll, Ifldians.
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