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imi TWO NHJIlTfJ ONLY
Oimic Opera CoiiiKiuy !
l.luireli Choir Chorim.
Headed by the yonnjj tod beautiful American I'rluia
IoiiDii, Meiuo Soprano Aiwolula,
iaoried bv the lru'it and moat complete Comic
i ipera Troupe in America
T-h" lat-i nui-lrul nuccosa. Von Suij" Itomahtie
" FATINITZA "
mi DAY EVENING, DECEMBKK .. l!th
Produced in tho aame magnificent atyle ae. at the.
rift Avenue ThealM, N. Y.; ulwi the following
"Oporm during till onirasement: "The Chime or
Norland.' Saturday evening. December 'Join.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTKHKl) AT THK I'OST OKKICK IN CA1I10. IL
3.INOIS, AS St'CONf-CLASS MATTKR.
rmciAL lwrKitoK alkxaxdkU county.
Kmlv Movniiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
LOJ.YL BE POUT.
SH..NAI. 0TI':B, t
Cairo. III.. December I
HuTTf ht-rT Httm. Wind. Vd Weather,
a m tt.4i
7 ' :w.."W 'la 77
fl " 3D.: 30 u
Maximum Temperature. Wi Minimum iem
,niare. 'J(iS; Uaiafull. 0 () Inch.
V . H. TiA
Sfrs't Minitl Cui'Dt. U. H. A.
general local items.
Mr. .las. S. Morris of Ulin, whs in
xhe city yesterday.
Order your New Year eunls from Thk
I-irLi.ETiN. Cull and sec the styles.
The floating ice which is met between
here and St. Louis is quite a hiudcronce to
The Joe Kinney will bo tin- only Anchor
Line ut our w liarf to-day. She jroes
- Mr. Pat SuIHvau. one of the lending
Tjii;n of Pulaski and a substantial farmer,
yesterday in Cairo.
Mr. Thus. JelTriee, ticket agent of
tlm Illinois Central railroad, yesterday
rainglcd with his friends in this city.
French harps from rive cent to live
dollars, and complete minstrel oiiltil, to he
kad at Butler's, No. 104 Commercial avpinie.
Elegaiit line of dress and trimtniug silk
4 all shade and qualities, at greatly i
"lK' prices. J. Btrunhn.
Mrs. flattie Slack and daughter, of
Mt. Pulaski, Logan count', is in the city
nisiting Iter cousin, Mrs. V. Y. Schuckers.
Everything sold ut Buder's is guaran-v-l
to Le as represented. A business in
eTCHir.se of twenty years among you ha
fruvn this. .
The little colored hoy, Charley Oillen
hosc severe burning we announced yes
rerday morning, died from the effects
lludcr will guarantee to till all unlets
bit giKxlSjiu his line, by mail, express or in
STSon. st the same- prices, iind lowct than
W. Louis and Chicago prices.
Springtleld State Rei!ei : -"Hon.
TIk. W. Hulliilay, of Cairo, who is men
vmd as a candidate fur congress from the
t cth dintrict, was in the city yesterday."
The advance ag' iit for Ada Richmond
witcJ;M-ia (im)uny. fur some reason un
Uoon to U severed In, connection tliere
with. Mr. C. I). Hi.'laveti, of Bailey's com
pany, bus been iiistulled in hi pi nee.
The uttentiou of thoc having defec
iWf igbt and rcsmiring the aid of lenses
r 4 ted to Buder's optical di-paitni'-ut. He
m&V s x-cialty of King's perfected spec
rv.W. Oarkn'-ss stfll tl-n k n- the diu'kcning
:!rk, and yet Davis says the Sun shiucs al
j! tiud fur all. If H does, its ruys pro
lit ixh a faint glimmer that its cxistf acc
j a 0fiv1 to I'Vcrvhodv but il duddv
-Another cold wtv has struck Cairo
jjod another c.ihc of thos'; "Faultless"' cit-
ir has been op-.ned at Korsmeyer's tho
jft five cent cigar in the city, sold whole
rite and retail, corner Ohio levee and Sixth
Mr. J. It. i.iuesl, who has beeu in the
oty for u tJiort while, making improvements
.in the gas works hete, has ugnin returned
eo bi lioruu. He is n Christian uentlenmu
warn tnaile many friends here during
- It may be of interest to our rcuders to
khtiv that deneul Logan is the father of j
i VraaJ new brat. This inuy not be the
most RjliU' way in which to announce the
.inrivsl of the youngster, but it is ullcc
Ycatnrday forenoon, above Twentieth
ttieet, whiki Mi'. Frank McCulx', a brukc
auan on the Cairo & Vincciinen railroad, was
ttfupliig ara, he , had two of his lingers
twauliud. The wounded hand was dressed
hy Dr. ftrdliran. Mr. McCain resides on
- The authorities should arrest several
Arixm ihi overload1 mules and 'horses,
f yeslerday aw one of our dmyuicn
.itoi'-e Ids animal in a trimmer tlint sfrong'y
temVtcd us to publish his name in connec
tion with his cruelty. Cruelty to animals
is un offense, puiiishabli! by law in Cairo.
', The unshaven Mcmphinn on Sunday
walks around the Sunday barber shop
closing ordinance of that city, by boarding
a steamboat at tho landing nnd securing n
shave. He can idso secure' a drink at the
bur on ljonrd. The city having no mari
time jurisdiction canuot interfere with this
The tlrst state, we believe, which adopt
ed the civil damage liquor law. under
which dealers arc held pecuniarily respon
sible for damages caused by such sale, was
Illiuois. Eighteen states have, since tho
adoption of this law, adopted similar cme9
and New York, Maine and Massachusetts
have copied the Illinois statutes iu full.
The Nott trial, in which considerable
interest has been manifested, came to a
close yestcrduy evening. He was held to
bail in tho sum of two hundred dollars, for
his appearance at the next term of the
circuit court. Mr. Nott publishes a card
iu another column, denying that he had
compromisml with the girl who first prose
cuted him, to which we cheerfully give
Our citizcus, like ourself, will be much J
dWappo'mtcd to learn that the Ada Rich
mond Comic Opera company will not be in
Cairo until to-morrow. Thoy had intended
playing Fatinilza to-night, and another one
of their great specialties to-morrow niglit.
All that can lie done now is to turn out to
morrow uight and bo satisfied with Fatin
itza. We venture the assertion that the
largest audience that has assembled iu the
Theatre since Lawrence Barrett was here,
will greet this excellent troupe to-morrow
night at their first and last appearance iu
Tramps from the coid northern states
are infesting middle and west Tennessee.
They are migrating south like the wild
geese and ducks in search ot feeding
grounds. The Milan (Tenn.) exchange
says in this connection : Milan has been
again overrun with trrmps during the past
few weeks, and very few of them will work
when it is offered them. There has been
plenty of work to du in and near Milan for
months past, and laborers have been in de
mandyet these vagabonds daily go in
droves from house to house begging for
something to eat. There is no excuse for
it. Let our legislature, at its coming extra
session, pass a law that will drive the last
one out of the State, or put them to work.
The evil is becoming too great for towns to
A K011T. NCI.UVAN UUKAKS INTO THK CIOTII
t.VG HOUSE OK A. MARX, ISCAU0HT t THK
ACT, 0IVP.N A H.EAKISO BlvKOKK BCIKK
HOBfNSOS AND HELD TO UAH. IS TUE SVM
At about midnight night before lu?t. a
stranger, thought to bn a tramp, calling
himselt Robert Sullivan, effected an en
trance into the clothing house of Mr. A.
Marx, on Ohio Levee, between Sixth and
At about 1 1 :;10 o'clock, Messrs. Smith,
who had not yet retired, and whose liquor
house adjoins Mr. Marx's stote, heard the
dropping of glass on the sidewalk, but
their suspicions were not aroused thereby
and nothing was thought of it.
AVI...., I..IU ! I. llll . 111,!.. !.,. i,l.,
j 1111.1, II, '1 . l I . kii w.i tiwui idM
i was again heard to fall on the
sidewalk they at once sipicioned the
cause and running to Mr. Man's frout door,
lound one of the large panes of glas-.
broken out ot the door and a largo valise
tilled with clothing on the outside and the
burglar on the inside. He had, on the
ir.side, another valise, filled chiefly with
jnwilryttnd other valuables, and Messrs.
Smyth, taking in the situation, politely
invited him out to take a walk, which in
vitation he accepted. The lellow had on
a full suit of new clothes over his old, in
cluding nn ulster, and when he got out of
tiie store, attempted to rid hiinse.f of them
iu order to be the better able to show light.
This, however, was not permitted and
after a little skirmishing and an attempt to
run away Messrs. Rob't and Will Smyth
lended him satVly nt police headquarterv .
Hu whs taken before Squire Robinson for
a heating yesterday and was held to bail in
the sum of three hundred dollars, and not
ticiug able to obtain that, he was scut to
lhl; UI,ty Jail to nvuit his tnal
The value, of the contents of the two
valises, together with the clothes on the
rascal's back, is estimated at $l?ft. Mr
Marx is in it hubit of leaving about five
dollars in chauge In the drawer at nights,
add of thisft.H.I was taken. All was re
covered except this cash.
In addition to the above it may be stated
that Mr. Mur offers superior Inducements
I to burglar as he keeps his storo constantly
stocked with the hnest late of goods in the
' """PI ll(7 ouisi.mmrn. iuis.
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I IO I S EK 11 J' I 'EI iS ATTKNTI 0 N
Is called to our large stock of Table Mutns,
'1'uweU and Nupkitis, which we offer at
greatly reduced prices, until New Year.
A t.'ABI.) FROM JAH. NOTT.
Caiho, 111., I)ee..l8th, 187U.
iSir: 1 siw In your paper whero you
stated that I was ho unhappy, and also in
hot water. I am not in hot water, neither
nin 1 so tin happy. was only in hopes that
I might be able to give in this court rest to
those, that have done ao much talking about
tiie ltoas cane, which la untrue, and will
be provtu Iu tVs next curt. J As. Nott.
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKNIN(i, DECEMBER 19, 1879,
STILL ANOTHER VICTIM.
A OKKMAN NAMKD fllKD IX'TIIKU I.OSKK ON K
KUNDKKl) AN1 TWKNTY DOlXAltrt IIV A
We, yesterday afternoon, heard that o
sUanger in this city, bound for Mississippi,
had lost one hundred and tweuty dollars,
by a confidence gtiuio and that tho victim
could be found in Mr. Chas. Phifferling's
saloou, on the corner of Eighth and Com
mercial. We at once started for the place
and found the gentleman sittincr bv the
He is a German, rather heavy set, with
smooth, full face, apparently twenty-one
years of ngt'. lie had arrived here from
Iowa, he said; had put up at tho Delta
House and was from here bound for Missis
sippi. Ho bad-made preparations to leave
when a gentleman about live teet in height,
lightly built, dressed in black and with
black mustachn stepped up to him and
asked him to tako a walk. He con
sented and after informing the stranger
where he was bound for and that he was
in search of employment, the stranger in
formed him that he was in business in .Mis
sissippi and that he would like to hire him,
at the same timo offering him very tempt
ing wages. The Qerman, whose name is
Fred Luther, thought, of course, he hud
"struck oil" and at once accepted the posi
tion offered. It was nt this time that they
met another gentleman, rather a little
bloated, with red face, red hair, red gotee,
and taller than the other gentleman. This
man asked tiic man Luther had hired out
to, for money, but finding that he had no
change, asked Luther to hand over the
necessary amount, viz: one hundred and
twenty dollars, telling him at the
same time that he would secure him by
a check on his baggage. After a little
hesitation the money was handed over and
Uie check given as security, whereupon the
strangers walked up Commercial avenue
and Mr. Luther went to the depot, check in
hand, to claim the baggage, lie is now in
the city moneyless and without work.
Several arrests were made in the after
noon, bnt upon being brought before the
victim, were louud to be the wrong men.
For the C air Bclltu'.
WHAT SHAM, BE DOSK FOK Tit 1. 11, AND HOW?
With the exception of a few days at in
tervals, the weather has not been seasonably
cold, but it being now close onto Christ
inas, we may expect it not extremely cold,
certainly extremely disagreeable weather.
Believing this I cannot but iook with com
passion upon the poor all over the land, but
especially in our city. It is true that, as a
whole, we seem more prosperous than wc
were soma months ago, but this prosperity
is, as yet, itostly only external. It is con
fined almost exclusively to the umployer,
the speculator and the manufacturer. The
mechanic and the fainter, too, may be
slightly affected by; this commercial "boom"
but the "bone and sinew" of the land the
great majority of, if not the people the la
borers and the employes generally, tind
themselves where they have been for years,
dependent upon the one day's labor for the
next day's morsel, nnd subject, in many ca
ses, to the mcrcilcywill of scheming, uvu-
ricious capitalists sE companies
A father's vain plion for employment,
the agonizing cry of the lonely sufferer and
the shivering form of the brtadless and illy
clad may not so plainly force themselves
upon our perceptions here, as out in the
world's great cities in the snow-covered
streets ot the northern metropolis,
where the feeble voice of the
child of imveitv and woe, a-kintr
for a crumb, is heard at almost every step
The great jourii tls published there note
not these sufferers. Their blood-louml
reporters overlook the wretched by the
wayside, or, seeing them, shove them aside
and dash on after some more pretei.tious
beings who believe that life consists of no
more than the pompously strutting, with
hauty mean, the fashionable streets of the
city of no more than the getting tipsy at
fashionable and costly wine suppers; the
flashing of costly jewels by the light
of brilliant chandeliers, or the snapping of
jeweled fingers in the face of poverty.
Each vies with the other in giving glow
ing ueconnts of the city's prosperity and
attempts by describing the mansion! looted
and marble fronted palace, to hide the
mud besmeared hovels by parading be
fore our gaze broad flint paved streets, the
wild rush of mercintile life, the sweet
scented gardens of pleasure and the glittcr-
iug wealth of some dozen magnates to
obliterate the scpuall
of the alley, the
stagnant calm of thl
moral being, the
horrible stench ot the
haunts of vice uud
the thousands of Bniaii'ited rag-betlecked
inhabitants of the gutter. These papers
ure like the moon, since they either show
the bright side or notte.
Tin; Bulletin- is not of this claw. It
frankly admits that there is more suffering
iu Cairo, than there should be. True;
Cairo is not to lie compared in this regard
to the thickly inhabited, great commercial
cities north and east. But iu a city of
twelve thousand inhubitnnH, approachable
from every direction, situated ns Cairo is, on
the dividing line beUueii extreme ami con
tinued cold in the winter and tin) opposite
in the summer, it iniU be expected that it
should bit an objeelivy point to transient
travelers of every docriptioii, many of
whom am eompfllcl to lay over for want
of means to go further. There arc- those
among them, of course, who "work not,
neither do tljey spin," w ho though able to
work, refuse honest employment uud
through bol l demands rely upon the thrifty
by day und strive by uight to lead n toilless
life. Butfortheso we ask not sympathy,
but punishment. I plead for thoso who
have met with adversity in various forms;
the result of whose toiling hands, for many
mouths has disappeared at the bedside Of
Borne loved one, who bear their burden of
sorrow and want silently nor ask ought of
their fellows so long ns their own honest
efforts will supply the bare necessaries of
life. To these I 'desire to call tho atten
tion of their better situated neighbors; for
these I ask the sympathy land assistance
of the bevevolent societies. It .should
be the object of all who are able, to make
next Christmas as near a day of universal
jubilee as a reasonable amount of mouey,
judiciously spent, can meke it. Instead
of consetitratingall effort upon the different
Sunday schools why could not a little be
set apart for the cxclusivo bcuefit of the
less favored among us. It seems to me
that a plan could easily be agreed upon by
which all those in need could be sought
out and supplied with nceesscry. clothing,
or other articles nnd made to feel that
this Christmas is in reality u day of glad
tidings and great joy. A. W. B.
Last Wednesday night an attempt was
made to burglarize tho store of 11. A. Ed
mnnann. The thief had picked up an axe
from Mr. Jordan's woodpile, ami had com
menced op rations with it on the bark win
dow of the store,whcu Mr. Ben Denton hap
pened to be passing on bis way home from
hissoou. Mr. Denton asked him his
name, but instead of answering him he
started to run. Mr. D. then called to him
three times to halt. The thief not heeding
the summons, three barrels of a revolver
were emptied at him, but with what effect
is yet unknown.
On Saturday, while the family were at
tending divine service at the school
house in this place, some wretch entered
Mr. Jordan's back door and lorrowed a lot
of meat without informing the owner, and
as Mr. Jordan has serious objections to such
manner of borrowing, he hereby respectfully
but eurnest'.v invites the borrower of that
UlI'lll III ICIUIU U H "1 11.1 riUITUir-!l illHI
don't you forget it."
Lumber, with the slabs on comes in here
quite freely, so freely indeed, that one
would suppose that on every farm "in the
hills" there was a. lumber factory. This luni
bes is transported by (.'apt. Tom King on
his ferry boat, the "Cairo," to the Cape, for
the Cape coopers to bind their ware.
Iu your weekly issue of the 5th int.. I
see where some one concocted the conun
drum, "Who is Man?'1 and then writing
nearly two columns as an answer to the
same. On looking little further I find a
hint from the editor that that answer was
probably a little longer then was consistent
with newspaper brevity, if you have no ob
jection, Mr. Editor.I would offer un amend
ment to that answer in the form of an essay
on man :
WHAT IS M A N
What '.. nvinf Part lod, part demon,
Died Sunday 14th inst., after an illness j
of only four days, of pneumonia, infant j
and twin daughter of Dr. W. It. Milum. !
May the (iiver of all comfort the aillicted j
parents. P. j
EastL'ai'k (JiUAi:ih.u:, 111., D-r. 1.1th.
fi "beat "Jon eboi:7 . j
SOi;'llli:iI. Il.l I.NOIS KAIK ASSCK'IA'IIO.N. I
Special rorrepuds9ce Daily rtnllctin.
.Anna, III., Dec' 18th, 1879. j
Ei. Bt:t.i.KTi.N : Yesterday evening Union i
Mills, at .lonesbom. was entirely destroyed
hy fire, supposed to have caught from fric- !
tion of .some part of the machinery on tin ;
upper rloor. The mill was almost new
only (milt last summer valued at about i
110,000, and insured for I'i.OOO. Most of j
the barreled ami sacked tlour wan saved. )
Jomnborois now without an effective mill, j
A large anil enthusiastic meeting was
held at Ussery'a Opera House last night,o
take steps to organize a Southern Illiuois
Fair Association, with a capital stock of
7,000. Heveil of our IllOSt prominent
citizens had been previously licensed by
the Secretary of State to receive stock or
snare suoscripuous. miany -i,uoo worm
of shares, at $10 each, was taken in about
fifteen minutes. Anna may have a big fair
next fall. Pill.
. i. A.i nwi .... -t 1
W E HAVE ON HAND.
100 pairs 10x4 White Blankets, which we
will sell for t'i 00 per pair.
PiOS'-FEET, SPA BE KIBS, ETC.
At the packing house of Hinkle it Moore,
on Commercial avenue, pig's feet, .-pare
ribsj back bones, and other trimmings in
targe or small o,uaiititics an- for sule at very
low prices. New laM for family use. in
vites special attention.
Most elegant lines of gimps ifnd fringes, at
exceedingly low; price. Examine our stock
of these goods. J. Bum: Kit.
Of hosiery and gloves, for ladies Misses and
children, at reduced prices. Call and ex
CIIUISTMAS AND NEW YEAB'S
What would be a more appropriate gift
to u friend than n photograph from Win
ter's Oallery.' Only a few ciders can be
filled, so come curly.
Utile early perhaps, but vou know I am always AHEAD of
others in Everything. It's just so with My
For iYI,llN AND BOYS.
" i ''-
LOWER TIIA-lSr TIIE LOWEST.
A Kooil hoavy Shirt and Drawor. .70o a nuit.
AiinoMorino " 1.50
A line red flannel "
Fino Cashmere wool, olive.shirt and drawer. :J.OO a suit
A line Silk Handkerchief! 0e.
I jinen Collar. 4 ply, latest styles, per doz.
A heavy British half hose, y5o per pair.
A fine Knitt Jacket., 1 ,00 each,
Also a lull lineof'NKCK WEAK sit extremely JLovv
All the above goods are WARRANTED to be first eliws,
ami as low as the small dealer can buy. Call and sec for
A. MAIIX,()1 Ohio!
8-'l. 81.30. St)
Kor Christmas Presents,
Direct from the Manufacturer at Wholesale Price.
)IAXFUED IJELiMONT CO.,
IVv I US, France,
C IEXE V A, Switzerland.
A ON THE A L, 1 4 St. Lawrence St.
Komi ili!da Ui to Ctirt-laia. wi; vtill forward oar majninceiit and ir!d renew nfd alebf at half
the linen hi whW'h tue me arc mild tiy watrbmakcr. for the Utti r do not nj.inaftuture tb-m but ha
.j lay tin-in triitu tltniaunfai turcrs too. We an- iuanulacturiox ai a hPtd AL'l Y key!t- witcbea
Th'! kylci inurlianimi to a watch Is one of the great modern iaiprovi ravnta In walrh work. It dcxa
aay witti thi-oirt lusbluned key. witu which ao many rerMins hae ruinrd their watchr ; tbe watch ia
wuuud hy toniiHi; a nurled kimb. jiluced on the handle or bow iatrad of hv the ordinary mrao the
hand are -t in the unate way. with the addition ot pren.lni; a final I projection nn tho aide of thr cast
The ai'iViinta. sol Ihe.e improvements arc obvious, the caie whieh never ijoed be opened in winding U
made air litit ami dn-t tlht. thaa prenerunj much longer the fluidity of the oil. and greatly prolouMne
tbe interv.il.!. bi tw-eu the nece":iry cltaninu of the wiitb. "
Wc forward post free ami duty pit Id. at the following prices:
.Sl'ltUSt; NH'KLI. cae, iler plated, open face, jeweled in 4 holi, very ult-
;ibie lor workmi'U, si.bool boy. etc
t.Ol.D EI.KC'I liO I'l.ATUl cae. 'will not l.e iulnr) cryla) ''. auiik eeondf.
sTo( "f SILVKK t'l.e, rnine teriird. l
Jewelled lU holes....
KLKtiANT MI.YKK IiySTiN i -ai-. en;ravi d. highly nui.bed movemint, uak
(HhU. chroiioHicKr Kilaiice. JcwcIimI in n hole, oni of Ihn beat .liver watcbe made
.!.! raf'c. horuonlal movement, "at and elegant, jeweled throughout, aunk aee
oud. '-rj -Inl !a-s. eni;ra'.ej or plain polinhcd cae....
1st Alt AT 'iDl.D. half hunting ra.c. vry euperior movement, ettra Jeweled, rich
1 v en,Tsved or plain iioll.hed.
is C.WiAT a ;tl,r. liiiu'.iDca.e. richly eiisraved, Skeleton l.eier movement, Cold
or Kuainel Dial, niuik etondn. Coinpeti.aliou Uslanee, etc
is CAUAT ;iLt. llunun cae. be-t and can-fully examined Skeleton Lever move
ni.-Bi. jeweled ill IS bole (iold Ralaure. with all the latent iinptovenjeuli', fpleudid
(lei'iMted double hjlilin cj-e . ,
rilRON'OMKTKIt WATCJli hi-hly flni-hed - chionom' ler moveruent Jeweled
IhruiiL'bout. with all the lat'-t ImproM in lite, in double bottomed engine-turned, plain
polished or cnnrsvtd. " enrut old huntiiix ce, gold or bard white enamel dial, wlUl
unk efondi". etc
CM HON oM KTK l!( A I. KX It UATtll. with cotlre aeconn band, marking
mm fourth of seconds. Miow iu' on dint. (Uy ot the month, monlb of the ymir, and day of
i I he week, wilh be.i chninomeii r mov. ineut. riirefnlly examined. In .plendid decorated
mm or plain pollened csiru -trull,' liiinllp',' caw. 'I hie watch it generally eold hy retailer
All the ab.ive Wati lies in smaller .sies for Ladies at the same price.
Mouonrains. Anns or ('i "-t.. will be engraved on the backs ot the (Jold Watches with
out additional cost.
Kverv waieh a-keo for will lie liinnedintidv forwardi'd. r"iidv for immediate use and aeenndy patkt..
in a line Mnim eij ran', The rcirulsrity and preel.loa of lt uiovummt and coiiM-lantlona workmannhi;
ie warranted in wriiuu f"r three vciire. diiriiiit w hich pel led no charge, will be msde lor repair, II th.
wuicli I forivinli'd to ue pun free. All old iiieee ninth: unit sold ty ua are is curat Due, and In feilv
watchua the caeex are beet Merlin Silver.
FeiHone re-ldlnu in any part of the country need
r to our riinlri al Hritucb. ae thev inav rely uinin
! if ....I rlt in.. I I... ninm ...in . ,l.,l ll .U 1 1 N fwr I ! . Ill (V'lll III,
m,iy (. (..nfujn,,.,. iite o,- by lo-l .Htlce
j "ril"r "'"' wu,lh"'
From the "Sciiiulne lililutriclle" Pane. Kr.uire. IS Sept., IS" .
The llnu. aw uinlci-laiid. doee not tirol l.i mskv walchea at the lowest price, hut the lie
whicii. at the price; uil from Hi" iiiau'nitiule of
ccmvcii tiie iniire ol pulillc opinion.
We en'i rnn-i ienl loii.lv ri'ciinini'iid all who ".nil
to l oii.iill M. Ili'linoiilit t'o.
A Id ress : l A N K
Vl.l, AIIVKIM'MKMLNTS In this eultiinii. ol
(I vii liliv each or lies will he publl.tud lor',''i
tents everv iiieeriion: I inoiilli. I.':M luollllle w lib
out chun.,"'. fL'" r r in mih. Knch additlonul
line, ,-i eenie. SltlllltliiilH wanted free,
The Auberv properlv on llolhrnuk ac. t'heiip
to nifood iMiiani. M . J. Ilowi.xv. It, K, Ai'iii.
Dwellui)! house on Ijlh elreel, helween W'ulnut
and t'ednr. ult in i;ood I'otidllloti. I.ule rcaldencu of
K. Vincent, Tor particular" apply at. my n enleiicu
on comer of '.'let and Walnut Mivcie,
MusM', Hmiiim ii.
Ow'NKHs and pnrchicers of llenl Keuite In Calm
slloiilit he "lire thi y hiivi it unodtllli', I am now
prepared to lurnieb ahetincte al. rciieoimhlii raiee.
M . KASTI.HDA V .
Olllce In Tum i IIiimmi,
Ft'K HA 1,1!.
A eelieeol' No, '! Oolllle, c;li ntld toWiT Cilxl
partly worn, hut .tillable lor poMcr or pi'ui'iitiiui'i
work, coiiilellii'tol'hi'evli r.lonx iiiin'r, pica. t;ieut
primer, p.'irn.in and double cni'lieli hilere uud
tU'iin s lull mid i'oiupl"le, wllhoill pn:ca mid
A position a silletiien (luring the liolldays liv two
voiinir men of experience. IVnui (he Kail,
Addrce.l. WMhl olllce,
A "lluatlon In a prlvalu family br a huly to eew
or aeslet in the eititi iisd In'tnii'tliei of amall dill
ilien. oi Mil do llyhf liuiise work tlooil lefcrelicce,
Hot (.'alio, 111.
- wr moteui'-nt. crv.tal (U. uuk frond".
nut hesitate to forward their l'oet offlcanr Hunker'
r Ivlnir the evnrt waidi ordered by them, wlite
wllllo.rlv I Ichll 11 tfl'lt flf tllil liltltli'V til II T lll.ll
inouey order. A dlerouul ol 6 p. c. will he all
OF TIIE PKESS.
llieir buiinee, we may lalrly Jutle that they have il
Kmiii the "iWdcaux Journal" 'Jl Mat, !S7S.
to buy n t(ood and durable wutrh at moderate prl'
I M il ) HKLM ONT Sc Co.
U.x It'lU, MONTUEAL, I'.
"i.'ATAUHli, TUF. C'Al'SK AXI) CL UK.
A I'aiaplilet by Dr. Ci.mson I'nm.f 2-tt t
St.. Chicago, tlr. l'ratt is the Author of the l?i.
Treatnicnt for Catarrh, and la thin new Treatlae
revealed the secret of hla success In the Ireatmi
of n dlseaee, to which lie haa given thn study c!
I If'' 1 1 tne. l'amplilet aent un receipt of 3c. alati.
j A WKF.K iu your own town, and
'capital rlakml. You can Rive t
The heat opportunity ever offered fl
Titi.lnu.. n trliil U'unnilL ...tilkfLj
tlioee willinil io wnrK. ion a no
Irv nolliine else tin on see for w
aejr w nut ou can no hi tun uiieuue. v oiler, i
room to explain here. Toucan devote all v
lliiie or only your spare tlra to the huelneea, a
iniikii itreat pay for every hour that you wot
Women makn as much as men. Head for aper
i nl villi) leriae and particulars, which wu tnull lh
15 oatlll. free. Don't cumpluln of hard times wh1
you linvo eui h n chance. Addreaa ll, 11 ALLKTIi
CO., Portland, Maine. .
ItV WH iYsJ Kvery wound or Injury, e
Tii o lOli O by nccldent, or any nlwaev,
ny ncciiu'iit, ornny niN-aee, x
f the late war to a pension, a
of January, IK7H, lieclu buciJ
r death of aoldler. All entlij
ice. Thnuaitnds who am Mi
re entitled to nn Increase, t-'A
i. u... i-. ..ni..7
lieiiHlolis tiy I lie in w oi
diii u of iIImi luiruu nr d
lllll'nn rimiiei ,i. ...' im.ij n ii iv i,'iiriifii .
Nhoiild apply ut once.
orllwiiiK ii'iii-iiMin iii" . iiiiiteu ivi un iiii nni-e. i
dlera anil wldowa of I lie Mexican war arn eutlllei
pcimloue. Your eu'u aball receive prompt aiu
lion, Write at once, Addreaa C, L, KI'BtkR, t
1'c.ualou Attorney, tivLinnpolln, Indiana.