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TJIK DAILY CAIltO BULLETIN: SATUIiDAV. MOUNINU, DKCKMBISK i!0. lt7U.
AMl'-f MKN IN.
V1' 1 1 i ; v y. v m !
KOK TWO XKillTS ONLY
ADA UICHMOND ,
Comic Opera Company !
'liueoli (..'hole ( 'Ihmmib.
Headed bv the young anrl licaiitlful Ainorlcaii 1'rluwi
l)onnii, Mcaau Soprano AMolula.
imTss a oa if iniMoxiit --
Sup mrO'd hy the iiir1(t ami imwl com pi . Me Comic
Opera Troupe In Aiiicrlcii
'I'll.-Ise -i iic:il ihiocc. Von Suppe's iditiisintii'
i"j:ii)AV kkmn., ii-X'kmih:j: mil
I'rmluiv'il in the H.i:iii' niniiillccm Btvle u- nl the
Kill li Avenue Theatre, N. V.; also Urn follow Im;
Orx-rawdiimi:: this rntairi-incnt: "The Chimes of
.Nnrnumltt." .Siiiunlay uvculnj;, December 'jetli.
THE DAILY JUTLLETIN.
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LINOIS, As s,CoM-CI..sk MATVLIi.
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Only Morniiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
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fi-KXKUAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Mr. Cha-. Monis, of I'opiar Iiitill's, Mo.,
is toppin.LT :il the Motel De Winter.
Rally, under tin: treatment of Dr. Dar
ker, is getting along nicely.
Order your New Veur cards from Tiik
iri.l.Kl in. Cull mid see tin? styles.
Mr. II. id Ilarlman, has in his employ a
. u n 14-l.-! eicrk, from Mound City.
Mr W. 15. Rose, of St. Louis, rep re
fining the Improved-Howe Senlcs, is in tin:
city u business.
Mr. Alex, fry and daughters left tlio
ity Thursday tor Lend vi lie. Mr. Fry will
jiii'et them lit Leadville.
---The Jesse K. Dell, from Louisville for
.New Orleans, was visited by quite h nmii
) r of our iwoplo yesterday.
Mrs. Emilia Montgomery tuui Miss
Lizzie M on1! joinery, of Villa llidgc, arc in
j lie eiiy visiting .Mrs. W. F. Schuckere.
Mr. Jollll 1- Manlt., ..1' .lonesboro.
known to many of our citizens is in the city
md registered at the Hotel l)e Winter.
Mr. C. It. Woodward left for Mctropo
Y yesterday, when- lie will lie a guest at
t!h- -iiver welding of Mr. W. It. frown.
French harps troin live cents to live
dollars, and complete minstrel outfit, to be
bail at Dialer's, No. 101 Commercial avenue.
Iilectint line of drcs mid trimming silk
f all .shades ami qualities, at greatly re
duced prices. J. l!nifiKi(.
--S. S. Winis, aireslcd by Otlieer Drinker,
for beiug drunk, was lined one dollar and
costs which he paid.
Everything sold at Rudcr's is gunraii
iecd to be as represented. A business in
tercourse of twenty years anions you has
Mr. F. Korsmeycr has ninvni into his
new (ti:irtei on the corner of Sixth and
lhii Levee, where his larije slock ol tobac
co .tii J ;i;iirt show up to advantage.
O-Aintr to the hiro-c amount of lloatinjj
10' which is now foumJ in the Mississippi,
1'nc Anchor Tine Uiats have censed iiiniiini,'
iM'tween Caiin'and St. Louis.
-Toy elephant one foot Wi, nicely
vjuipped. sent post paid to any address. 40
-eiit; (M stamps) pi.yf or rabbit Id inches
cents; all fl. ('annot break.
V.. M in iks
Toy nuki r, Drawer o'i'i Chicago.
Uadfr will RuarRUtco to fill till orders
Mr In liis line, by mail, express or in
pei-Miii. at the Baiii! piices and lowet than
Si. lmisnnd Chicago prices.
The attention of tho-e iniviir dcfil
live eight and requiring tlu aid of lenses
j caMcd to Uudcr'H optical dcpiirtment. He
makes a specialty of King's perfected spec
fscles. W.mtcd A bright active and iiitclli
yoiit boy who lives with his parents, to
learn type setting. Apply at Tin; 1 Ji i.i.k-
tin ollice. at 11 a. 111. to-day.
Thy next of the scries ol "H to Vi"
Vartics occurs on next Wednesday (Clirist
SJias Eve) night. It will be a regular arty
lu.'ietoforc and not 11 fancy dress ball as
wan talkud of.
(trant had a ;:r;niil u.ci ption at Louis
villi; and the "Fiiultli Ks" 5 cent cigar, is
having a grand daily reception at Norn
ineyet'n wliolewilc and retail tobacconist,
t iliio tcvee, corner Sixth street.
Alice Fogey,' for rclcivin-; a white con
fidence man, named Ed. biiell of s.jtj, was
up before Squlro ll'ibititon yesterday fore
noon tor a heiirlug, bill Mr. Sncll having
)cft tloi city, nnd tin otic appearing to pres.
rruiii her, tho wun disuuissecl.
'J'!'? it'. form Club did not mc-t in
hall last niyht, but its tucnibcrs were to be
found on the lirt Hour, contributing, very
properly, to thi' success ol the Presbyterian
ladies bazaar and supper.
Mr. Henry Winter is a success as a ho
tel keeper, which tl large list of transient
travelers daily to be found 011 hi- 11 giste
amply attests. The old Arlington, has 1111
dcr his clinrge, indeed, become one of the
first and mot popular hotels ol Cairo.
On Commercial avenue, the other day,
a young man thus accosted u bystander:
'I say, mister, can you tell me where 's the
nearest post office?' He was evidently
from the rural districts and ot the belief
that post olliees, like cigar stands abound
Wo have just received from Cincinnati,
a new (oiirteen hundred pound safe. If
any of our friends have gold, silver or jew
elry they want taken care of there is plenty
of room, for like all other country printing
olliees. there is ti wonderful lack of vulu
nbcls around Tiik Ik ixktin office.
Mr. Frank McCabe's hand which was
mashed day before yesterday, commenced
bleeding very freely the other night ami
much uneasiness was created thereby.
With the assistance of Dr. I'arker, however,
who was called during the night, the
bleeding was stopped.
The wonderful glo-st siow ill give a
grand ladies' and childreiia' matinee, Sat
urday December ','Oth, with an entire
change of programme Fiite only l"i
cents; children Id cents. Mr. Charlie
Deveire, the great tenor, will appear: also
Mr. Ed. Galigher, the famous comedian,
will appear s Alderman Flin. Don't fail
to bring the little ones.
We. are told that the postoffice clerks
are now required to stamp on the back of
e, -cry letter, the date of its receipt, which
consumes twice as much time a is usually
necessary to distribute the mail. This, we
presume, is intended to obviate the neces
sity of charging postmasters with with
holding mail, as some people are foolish
enough to think they do.
The crossing from the Illinois Central
passenger depot to the St. Charles hotel has
been reconstructed and now the bootblacks
arc unhappy. We have for a long time
wondered why this crossing was not bein
reconstructed and actually suspicioned that
our whole administration had been bribed
by the bootblacks to leave it as it was.
Rut of course, it is now very apparent that j
our suspicions were groundless.
Our readers will be surprised when we
say that the great and wealthy Iliinois Cen
tral railroad company is actimllv engaged
in improving the appearance oi io. pnen- '
ger depot. We have 110 disposition to star
tle our leaders by dissolving the nature of
the improvements, but advise the cm ions 10
keep their eyes heavenward, as they p:i.s, if
they desire tu see it.
We are not a lady's man d a visit
by the lutUt.- would give us ;i .-hock that
we could never survive. Rut IS1!! l.cing
leap year, with all ib privileges to the op
posite sex, we would respectfully suggest to
those gentlemen of Calm, who are lady's
men, and who are going to "receive" on
New Year's day. that they ..end in their
names to this office lor publication, so that
the ladies may prepare to call upon llinn
in the most acceptable style.
The miiisiiel performance to be given
by the did Taylor Literary society for the
benefit of the i. M. 1C. C Christmas even
ing, promises to be a rare treat to our
tninstrcl-sliow-going people. The boys
have for some time been hard at work and
are still exerting themselves each in their
particular part, and undoubtedly their per
formance this time will far cxecll the hist,
which gave such universal satisfaction to
those who attended,
Office Sehr.i keis yesterday forenoon
found two white Republican-, beastly
drunk, lying on Seventh str.iel, between the
avenues. When the otlieer arreeil them
he found them too drunk to walk, and .al
though they very roundly and emphatically
cursed Cairo as a Democratic town where
white Republicans found no ja-liee, yet,
they were too drunk to remember their
names. They were taken to ('nine's palace
with a mule and two-wheeled carriage.
Immediately upon hearing of the eon
lidencp game played upon the Ocriiiiui,
named Fred Luther. Otlieer Sheehan pro
cured a horse and run up the Mississippi
levee, taking the road to Reeeli Ridge, lie
had been told, when he started that the
game had been played only ten minutes
since, when actually Luther had been wait
ing for two hour before his suspicions were
aroused. Sheehan was on the right road
and had he been properly informed, would
have had the rascal the very ( veiling on
which the game was. played.
- (leoige M. li. Washington, Esq., 11 dea
con of a Methodist church in Missouri, a
school director, etc., was arrested bv Officer
Lally for being drunk, (leorge M. D.
Washington. 1'Nq.. had a sad story to re
late when brought before Squire Robinson.
He had brought over a load of corn, he
said, had sold it, spent his money for
whisky, lost his team, and didn't have
money cnoiig to pay his line. The Squire's
heart softened towards Mr. Washington
upon Inuring this and he was let oil" easy,
Whether or not be recovered his team j, u,,
The Reform Club dance Thursday
night, was, as we predk ted it would be, a
Mattel ing success. The hall, though a
large one, was lilled ui'.h our best of fun
I'.vhig p"p!e who 1 nj'.yed themselves to
the utmost. Nothing occurred to mar, evi n
in the hlighest the general good feeling
and the cli'b enn rest salh-llcdhat all that
hereafter is necessary to assure the success
of any ball, is to let be known
that the Reform Club is, interested
therein. Nearly thirty dollars were real
ized and we hear that it is the intention of
the club to give a ball once a mouth.
A Hue opportunity Ivan nll'orded to the
lovers of good cheer and social enjoyment
last night to spend a delightful evening at
the Reform Hall at the Presbyterian ladies'
bazaar and supper, and :i goodly ami hand
some crowd it was that availed itself of
this opportunity. Although the weather
was very disagreeable the entire lirst Moor
was thronged with people mostly young
ami the happy laughter and smiling faces
till over the house, spoke plainer than
words that the enjoyment was real. The
supper was of a very superior quality and
of great variety and many were the compli
ments passed thereon.
Martin A?ser, arrested by officer llo-
gan, was up before Squire Robinson on a
charge of disorderly conduct and abusive
language. Martin is a muster and had
come ashore here tor the purpose ol getting
rid of his '"good dust," and with that inten
tion '"took in" several of our saloons and
finally laniiod at Mr. John .SucUiciirm's at
which place he had a difficulty about
thirty cents the barkeeper insisting that
s.ser owed him thirty cents and Asser de
nying it. r rom hard words they came to
mrd blows which resulted in the arrest.
He was dealt with According to the law and
To night the Ada Richmond comic
opera troupe appears in the Atheiieiiui, for
one night only, in the celebrated opera en
titled "Fiuinitza." This troupe is a large
and positively tiist-class one, and the act
ing, all through, is matchless and the sing
ing captivating and enthusing. The cate
of characters is a powerful on as can be
seen from their hand bills. They come !
here after a tour through the southern
cities, where they met with the greatest j
success. The troupe is an old one and its J
record a brilliant one. All who wish to see
and hear a troupe of national reputation,)
should not fail to secure their seat imme
diately. We are told by a ueiiticnian who wit-
iieseii the lighting ol the lamp 111 trout ol
the City National Rank the other uijiht.
that it took precisely half an hour to light
it. A strong north wind was Mowing and
before the burning match could be gotto the
latnp.it was invariably blown out. Finally
the gentleman wrapped his coat around the
hm-'l1 "'"1 spread an umbrella in the dir. c
lion of the wind and then succeeded in
lighting it. Our informant believes that
should our city conclude to use eoal oil
lamps for the lighting of our street., in
windy weather the man employed to light
them would have to begin his job it six
o" !ok in the morning in order to it them
all lighted by dark.
Julia .ones, a lady of color.night before
last created quite a disturbance!- among her
sisters in the lower portion of the city. It
was abont midnight when the aforesaid dis
turbed sisters, went out in search of a po-
lieenian who should arrest Julia. Rutti'trr !
searching for a short time and finding n .no,
they awoke Squire Robinson and requested
him to aid in the search. The Si pure, n-ver
rcfusirnr to accommodate ladies, ot course, ; and then threw him oy.-rthe bani-t. rotf the
graciously consented. An otli-.er w:.- at j -id.-walk -eatis'mr him tu fail a di-taiiec -f j
mice found. Julia was ai rested. eii!iveed iihoiit eighteen tee!. The train was now in I
to the city j-ul and in the morning brought j motion and the rasi-,,1 ;it once boarded it.
before his honor Squire Robinson for irial. j swearing he would yet kill his partner. 1
The charge against her was assaulting and 1 Mr. Frink was carried back to hi- hotel j
sinking a weaker si-icr. and the evi.ieoee J and Dr. I'.iiVr wa called, who on exami- I
being conclusive, she w.-is lined five d-illais j nal ion found his right leg broken brlow hi-
and co-is. (ill'iccr llogan 111 nh' the a-rest. knee and som.- minor injuries.
-Our readers will r.-in-iub.-r Luther the To MY SlRSCRIRRRS.
young (fcrinan, from the fact that 1. few ! In a letter just received l'n.111 the .ii-tri-days
ago he was nibbed of soniethin-j over I bution agent ot Mark T wain's new book
a hundred dollars in a cuulidence g une. j states : "Tin- work cannot be ready;
an account of which appeared in Tin-: tor delivery before January 1-t." I j
Rl l.l.l.HN. Our ollieeis have made dill- 1 have the promi-.-of 1 noiigh to supply my :
gent search and kept a sharp lookout fi it siibsi iiln is from the lirst invoice received,
since in the hope of capturing the vilbins ' Rspeetfully. W.F. l'nciii.i!. j
who roped poor Luther m, and ye-tdhiy ;
SherilV Hodge caught up with one ol ihe
ra-euls at Deech Ridge, ten miles toove
here. The leilow gave his name as .1 R,
Leonard, and had $n cone ah-d
upon his peison. lb- wa brought here
and tried before Squire Coming-, who
held llilll to bail ill the slllll of .,'I)0 to
appear at the next term of the circuit
court. Mr. Leonard will lay over in the
county jail until that time and it is hoped
that for some veur- nl least we will
him 110 more,
Mr. J110. W. Long
pill up at the Arlington
1011-e, day In ton
yesterday intending to
lb' retired soon after
loiiccr thought of by
house until yesterday
eiuiiin over night. 1
tipper and was no
uiv bodv in the
morning about H
o'clock, when hisiion-iipjieaiance for break
fast aroused Hie landlord'
s suspicions, 'One
of the employes was sent to ,,,11 hi..,. 1-Ut
loiind thu door locked ulid everything quiet
within. His calls and knocks at the door ;
were not responded to and he informed I
the proprietor of the ';,(.( w, j
concluded to force the .lnur open. '
I' pon tiding this a sickening odor came
forth, which startled Ihe intruders but en- j
tering the room they found it lilled with j
gas. mid Mr. Long lying on liis bed in mi
unconscious condition, He hid attempted i
l turn the gas oil' th" evening before but
in .some way he had la'dml to do it properly !
and the consequence above related fob J
lowid. Dr, l'aiker was immediately called 1
and after much labor, nucceedcd in biimr
ing Mr. Long back to consciousness, who is
at tlio present writing all right agivin.
An exchange says: "Young man, do
not swear. Swearing never wna good for a
wire finger. It never cured the rheuma
tism, nor helped draw a prize in a lottery.
It is not recommended for liver compluint.
It is not sure against lightening, sewing
machine agents, nor any of the ills which
beset man through life. There is no occa
sion for swearing outside of 11 newspaper
office, where it ,is useful in proofreading
and indNpensibly necessary in getting
forms to press. It has been known, also,
lit III ! li .t'i a 1 U" lUul llin iul!li). Ill hwittmr
over the paper niter it is printed. 15ut
otherwise it i. a very foolish mid wicked
A silooTINU AFFRAY.
ONK Ol' Till'. DOWNTOWN l'OI.OIIi:i) WOMKN
I1KCKIVKS Al'AINI'11, Will NO IIY A III I.I. KT
inti:ndij) kok ami'i iikii.
A shooting till'iny occurred at Scotts
saloon last night, in which one Lizzie
Smith received 11 painful wouuil.
The colored people in the lirst ward
nightly have a dance iu Scott's hall ,'ynl
niyht before last, while the dance was
going on as usual, a negro numed Dill
Foster became angry at his pui tner. named
Annie Ezell. J' left the hal! room, hut
shortly afterwards returned with a club ami
attempted to give Miss Annie u sound beat
ing, but that lady at once procured her re
volver and shot at Foster in the crowded
room, but missing him, the bullet struck
one llattie Smith in the right leg, above
the knee, breaking the leg. The woman
did the shooting then made her cseape and
has not yet been arrested. The supposi
tion is that she left oil a beat inilie dialely
after the shooting.
A doctor was s at for to di s the wound,
but none had yd been obtained at noon
yesterday; but it was cxpeited ihut Dr.
I'arker. after attending to young Lally.
would dress the wound.
A COWARDLY VILLAIN.
'I 111. Ili.sl l.T o.' DISAOIiKKMI.M ol I 1 1
pai:t.K"-s. ok r.ii'i.KY, 'i knn.
A Mr. M. W. Frink and one Darks. 1 ale,
partner- in the lumber business in - Ripley,
Teii'i.. e inie to this city the other day on
A lumber merchant from St. uis, who
desires his name suppressed, came here w iih
them from Ripley and paid .Mr. Rarksdah
(one of the member.- of the firm of Dark--dale
it Frink) live hundred and severity dol
lars for lumber he had bought Ironi them.
So far, so good. Ritt it appears that Mr.
Raiksdale refused to divide with his partner
the money he had received and this created
ill feeling between them. After much talk I
Raiksdale gave Frink f LVl as his share of
the money, but Frink insisted 011 an ven
They were both stnppiuu at tin Waverly
House and while fli tie- saloon the question
wu" again brought up, when Darksdab- !
drew a pistol and informed Frink that he j
would hear no more of an oq.ul division of j
the money and it it w--re again mentioned
he 1 Frink 1 would be a dead man. The sub
ject was then dropped and Frink prepared
for his return home. Rut when he arrived
at the Illinois t'entral 'passeng.-r dejiot, to
t ike the train, he found the re his pailrier.
v, ho. after a f.-.v words, hit him in the face
OIHNOI.s, I.KMON-, MAI.AI.A 1 it v ei S, I I .f '1 IA
i M IS, OHIO AMI Mil III., AN 1 101.11.
I I am in constant receipt of choice
Louisiana oranges by the barr.-l and bo.
Lemons by the box. eeerianut.-' by the 100,
barrel, and hogshead. Malaga Grapes by
j (he barrel and keg. Ohio arid Michiga.i
cider by the barrel. I invite eupccial at
tendon to my eider made front pure apple
juice, free liom all chemical ingredients,
and lirst-class. My Ohio cider is strictly
line, ihe manufacturer having a world-wide
reputation I'm making a choice pure mtiel'.
i lis excellence in tin vor, its purity in
manufacture, its geueral worth
and qualities us a beverage compels con
noisseurs to udmit of no Kiipi-rior to it, and
is an honorable competitor to our American
cliamoagne. To arrive December 18th. oO
, . , . . ,.,,,..,..
,.ouisiilnll omngVs for Chiistn.as.
s. '., Wilson.
No, Ml Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ills.
Wli : VlAVVrilN HAN D.
jn0 ))NilS 10x4 White Dlunkets. which we
will sell for iji'i 00 per pair.
oys'l'KR SUTKR AND FANCY DA-
The ladies ot the Presbyterian church
and sot icty, will give an Oyster Supper and
Fnjey Ra.aiir, Friday, December It), at the
Temperance Reading Room. Supper from
H tr 10 o'clock. Adult, .'0 cents", children
A M!eiiy Xmas.
Litllo early pcrlutiw, but you know I am always AllKAD of
others in Kvrrytfihiar. It's jut so with My
S LI 1 18
& 111 IllUlilll
low.uk than the lowiost.
A yootl hf.-ivy Shiri uml Di-uwcr, .70c a suit.
A line MTiiio " 1 .."it)
A lilKi IVll iltllllK'l " '...'()
FiiM'Cuslnnero wool, ol i v .I u ri. and drawer. :.)0 u -suit'
A tittt; Silk 1 Iaatlkcrcliici; ;jUc.
I iiiicti Collar, 1 ply, lutc-l stylo.--. M,(0 per do,
A heavy British haU'lio.-o. '.Tie per pair.
A line Jvnilt .laokel. I .)() each.
Also a lull linoorXKC'K WKAl. at evt rein.-! y I,ow
, All the above uoods are WARRANTED to U liist chin,
ami as low as the small dealt'.' can buv. Call ami -ee for
yourself at '
A. MA.IJv, (1 ( )hio hcviM".
Kor Christmas pLvstm.s,
Direct from the Manufacturer at Wholesale lV:e-.
MAXFKED I5KLM0XT & CO,
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:i:;rh.-i or .-ii;r,n. ,l. l , srnt iilil Uunttus .-ii-.-. 1 .- Lnt.i vl'.w .1 ..:n. 1 i-;.s!.
-uiik m-i-owIo. t. -..
i li:uMiM:Tl.fMM.i:MiAIt W A ll II re ,,-.,(. hlurj. mirV,'
loiirib or s.u-imd-, -liiinliii: mi diiy .,1
, Hi'' ,,.-k, w ild he-t 1 hrxiHiuifter tntw-ni'-ut,
nr i'i.iin iuUhcd i'IIih strong hnathij .
, ii! Horn f KI to $-Wl
All the nb ive W .-itches ill smaller si.es for Ladies at the -;:i.e prid-.
Monograms. Amis or Crests, will be engraved 0:1 the back- ot the lioM Vv, 'k - ii!,
out additional cost.
r.v. i j whii-ii ;ikvM l..r ivill tiv liinii.'iliH!. lv f(.rMr(!..-,l, .i-Hdi lor lUiiueum'.' -. L! ; - rti .
j in llin- Aloi.i.-.-.i m-.-. TIk- r i;iilaritv rut jio cisiou ol' it- nvvme:.: sud i-du-cli-t-.Iiiu- ni.rk:i'ini"li
! 1-WHrrnnii'd in willing f..r thri'.-..-iir. during wiilcli i:o(l !ioiba-i;e wi.l l.- mud.- for :i-ir. ::' tl '
I wt-b i I'.ir.v.ir..-'! to u ii-.-t Im.. All auUl i-iis.-- nm!.- :ind ,-. 1-J 1 e ..- !- r:irs? j't,.-, s;'..j -ts-'v
tvsicli.il. lli! chmw :ire b'-l M.tIIiI:: Mlvi-r.
j IVrsnus r.-id:li' in liny part of rotmlry us.vt
1 ordi'i- to our Moiilo-nl liruiirh. u tli.-y liny r.'ly nptifi
:i 1101 .I, hi;; u, it 111.1-: roiiiiii.-ii' fciiii-is' iton, win i.t-uni.;iv p.-tiHDL"U er ?ti-- reer.. r ti--ur:.-'l . Mo",
may be neu; im.ir iu Hank ii..ii ..r by r.i ottlw miie ooi'a-. A -I'Dcoio-t el ' v ill ... v !'' a I
oi'il' r- ul ti tiiid nio;-.- . ,-itrte--. .
OPINION'S OF THE PRKSS.
,, from rh' ".s.-iiMiii.. Induiitrii 11" i'ari.-, i'tt.x ; !s .s,:,t., :-r?
I'lu- linu. ,-i-v.. un.l."-uri.:. doi-o i ni pri.l'.'s t nmliv hmU'Ih-h lit the I'iai -' pruc, f.et the I.t
ut. 11. 1,1 tl,!.ir!:: .oet lrom Ifi" iim-.'iill,i-le of their liuslm-. , we ni fa;:-:-. :uUsi- t'.mt thev nsvc r
.'.'ied the iulj.l'.'.- ..1 ji'.illiiv OJ'Uliotl. '
... l-'i'om lif ' lli.r.lt'liiit :!!)!" 'Jt JI;ii.
w e i- iii 'in..'ienlii'isly o-roinnu'n.l nil who hhui tu i.r n.ol slid d'ir.bf wntrh a! noilw-'ite t r
In r-oinii'.i l. Ili!lriiiiiil,t '..
Address: MAXI-'UHl) 1 !K I iMONT Co.
SMALL Al'Vi:UllsK.Mk.MN. ! HBvmnm
I.I. A II V K).' l is KM KN' TH in thlf rolnmn. ol 1
J rtve lue s 'a. li .11 leif ai'I be iiubli-he'l lor -i"i
. eiiiB everv inwrtiun: l u .nuh. t.ai::! month- lib
uuti i liiiu.-.. fl.nn ji'-r in null. Eurb iiddilloiml
thie, .'1 e.-nl". .siiiniiioiH wmited free.
It Hi MA LB.
runnier. li.-ivin:: i""l oilier alonn fixture for
ule l a liMviiin, M J, HOWLKY
It. nl enlHt.i Ki-,,t ,
FOH UK NT.
nn I'on.erof -J1b and Walnut sti-eeis.
.Mm. C, Hill hv. ii.
0s u and iiur.-li isi-rs of Ileal Ki.tatu In ( iiiro
f- tnti If I be .ure Itiey liu' a L'i.oiI llllii. I unl now
prepared to turtiiB.li ale-tmi lr naeionabli. rute.
uilli'.. in Conn House.
A piisltlonn'ilosiin;n dnrii.e tin-bo!lrtiiv hv iwo
vni, tin; men of evpeiience. from tln Ka-t. '
AUiIio.-m .1. W. thin ot!l '.
A HitiiHtlun In it priviiu- family hv- a huly to sew,
or twist hi th. mm nml liiBtriirlio'v of hiiuiII rbil
ilreu. ot ivlll iln ll.;ht hiiuu work i.ooil reiVmnoi'-,
Hex '.;::, c:to, ill.
Ihe AuIi.tv properlv on llolbrook ave. heaji Ak J 1 A WKKK 111 your ovrn town, and iB
l'iaitoo.1 lenMit. M..I. Iii.ky. It. K. Ai. 111. 1 II i " I " cipltal risked. You csn Rive t,l
-k 111 lV.:sin.-N- : trial without npem If
I'Olt I:i-:N' 1 fT J lThcbei.t oinrtiiblty over otlir.d fit"
ftw. Ilinu' liousi- on l.Mh Kfreet, lietwei'ii IV -limit i Vli' tbom' willlnsr to work. Von ulini.l!')
and iV'dur. all iii ;.iod condition, Latu rul.leni-.' of j " try unttunz else till yoa ere for jo' a'
V Vhi'vnl K.ir iiiirticulur-iimilv ut mv reHidenre srlf what von run do at the busluets ue r .I'm t . A 1
inr , .... .;. .. ... .. j . . .. j ,
,,mlfr ur)l0w in.t,.a(. uf . th, ,ri.t,,;r;";.n.J !fl
pre-hlntr a nnl j.r...'i . :i(a n Hr- f.i.- of 'b.-cte f
til.- in-!- ii.M-ru-.il t.,- o..T,cri j,. !Drt!r.a I,' J
paid, at the following price.-:
oj..-a f 1 ... in t b:. , rr 'j:i
. (-1. ,-i c--o.i a'.i.
r n.i- a. . :( ,ta!
- nj - n - .. -!. rea.i! f.ir.-h-,:
Ki hi,;, ., ni.,: 0; tneb-1
it tcU mi.-
1 t- ji -a. Ii-ij. r:..'.i
r ri.n, rr.'-i.t, (.old
th.- m:it;j, nu.:,'.J r.f th-- ..- ir. i.r,.l ,.'
r-ral')- j.ni '.!.!. In f-. i,!iiJ d-co't-.-J
I iii. imt-ti i- i;.-r ..-.!J ..v rvis:r
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not ii.'-ilulr t.- ,'eivsr i ti,,-; r l't.? li:t'.. t Kn; i r
r-i-.-i , '.D!.1 tin. ixm-t wnti li anWrrc tu ttii-m, lil,-
"CATAUHH. TIIK (:AtE AN It I I'l'.V!
A Panie'ili! by Dr. l' i,r .,A I'auT. ef -iV. Sir!
M.. Chicago. Or. I'm: 1 tbe A-itlior of the Oy
'rrt'iUiru n! .'or Cutarrli, nnd In tli! new Treritise
r.'veii!t'd tiic i.ec-et r.f hi, .ikit-ks In the tn-atnit-
of mil" n-e, to vi'ui-.i hi- !: iveu tlo Ktttd o
life lime. I'i.i-.pY, f on rcv-lpt of 5 '"" IW
room toeiiplain hure. Voucun devnto
linm or only our na tiniiv to the huln
mukt. er(.at. pay for every hour that you vior!,1)
vvt.nieu make as mu.ii n men. Head fur snerl Ji
private terma and particulars, whini we mall Ire 3a1
J.n.utat free. Dou'ttomploln of hard time will
you have aacn a rhuiia-, AiUrven U. 11AM.KTT
t'O., rnrtland, Stalnu.
titl'B a Holdlur of thu'lHte wii'r to n n-iiHlon.' A'P'
liensioni. v the law of Jinmnrv. ISM. heeln h-irk i."1
ihito of illA hare or dtuth of aoldier. All rntith,W
Minimi appiy ai oncf. i tiotmanflH who are no ra
druwinit petiHlor.fi arc entitled to an t!icreai.e. ha
iiifrH ana wiitowa ot tn Mexirati war arc cutlt.cd
penBlotis. Your r.auu nhall receive prompt itte
tion. WrlUatonca. AildreM C. L. SFKKK, IT. I
i-runpn Rorn"jr, maiasiipoiin, luaiaua
1 1 X Hi l 1 1 f 1 n
room to';p,aiM hore. Voucun devoto nil vo.r-