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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKNINti, DECKMUEK -2d, .879.
VI.L ADVKIITISKMBNTH In till cnlnimi. i(
livrl o fft' li 'f lean will l-c publlsliid tur 'A
cuniix filon;! iii'intli. l.CO;iimm!iith;
ol Umr"". l" ,-f hi iM h . Kuril miillllniml
)lti Ut- n"1 MIMPIilOIIH tt allien in-c
Cuiiiiti-r. ah"tvlnij other aa'nin flxlnrca for
uic l t h:,r.-&rti. i. .". m '
Ki-hI i'iino wren I
Th" utx;ry proper; on llollirnuk Cheap
n.iiinif h.viu on IMh (trail, hrlwo.cn Walnut
b(! Codar, CI In good condition. Lite rcalnVneo of
r Viuceat ror particulars appiy . my r.-nuuncu
o lb corner ul SMIUU tium mrceia.
Miis. C. Uwiucii
OwKurn and parchaacr of re-it estate In C'nlrn
t-hoc-.d be pure tuey Dtw R coou urn-.
rr. -pared In luminhiiiiftriif t 'it reasii-ittblo "lee
iifll.T In Court Hiuj.
A n.it;i-.ilnMii.!iiuiiii'.riui; I lie holidays Iij
h -,.. ., .'Tu'i-iinr. front thi3 ftl)1!.
Adorcie J. W, thin ofllc
A niuutior. In ix rrn'e Iniiiilv by ( tody to
,r uwint in tie- Hd Itipttuctuei of amul! dill
Jreu. or do light hotisi- work Good rul'i-renci-a.
Uih Till, Cairo, III.
JV II N I' 3 U M !
One N"ishl Out
WF.b.NKlAY EVENING. DM. mi.
BA(. 11 . lit I'M, MANAdKB.
Kt ti'.'iiirtliiiiii'y Amioiiui'Hiiii'nl
2!! Yearn ciifi Cuiltlnwil Triumph.
Mmnnrlns'thr Fir.-I ApPWHW-c In this lllv
in Three Yean of
JUJPJtEZ & BENEDICT
And Uovai. Biusa Bakd.
ACCiiMI'MStlKO voic:.i vocalics g
IN HANI) I'AItAOK, 18
'"IN PAlVf KIUT '." 1
0 UK A V HON OA' N I) OA NC E A UT I ri I'S. 2
" Ci;i.Ei:KATKI)"MLrVlClANS- 14
" RKwTe'ii VtTcAL il' I XTKTTK7" 1
" POPULAR FAMOUS COMEDIANS. S
' EO l :EXT ltf i'fH.K A M N OH A N J ( ) I -J
varied Features ok merit. m
I'rndentlftl HimIc of Family Trli cs AiUU'd!
TUkoti or.'.y .... n, V) nnd Ittcts.
K.-Mrvd coalH old at IlartoiHii'ii 10 dy In ul
waiir.c. No uMn chiir.T tor (eni((olri In mlvuncv.
'hO'irc.n aOi'titttd a' W cts.
THE. DAILY JUILLKT1X
KMIXU) AT Til K IWT (IKI'ICK IN CAlll'i. II.
JINOIS, AS SIXM.SD-CI.AKK M.V1 n.li.
MHi'm, I'Al'F.KOK A!.KANDKJt COL'STY.
t.;;iy Mi'irnlii? Vnilj in Southern IliinoL.
RXKKAIi LOCAL ITEMS.
i A.lv. rtis' nicnts in luraPuoiumn 10 vvnl
jii'-r line, tauth insertion. 1
Winter is hen.' in nil it.i inr.
liomemlKT tlic jiD'ir p ."i'.s'ri.tn anl
i4tn your KtJi;w.ilk of i-now.
Copies of Tuk Bulletin arc t"n sule
ar ull t!;e news tli:ioUof the city.
(Vil oj Ciiktnau nnd cxMUiine tlic limt
.-"::' lanjust stock of mxls in (lie city.
Order our N'i-V War ennis from Tub
.'tli'LLKTiN. Cull nml s. e tlic styles.
Miss Bir'li'j IV'aum.ni, of Ttnmel Hill,
is in the city viiitiiiff .Mits .Kiiiiir Wright.
A Ir. L. M. Snell Iv.is been en ;.r us
hy editor of the SprinL'fii-lii Sfute lte
iflfr. A tine lot of new style pieture t'rani"s.
:lwto'r;ii!i and au;or..;'li .!!nii;i aii'l
jiij-t'ires at (Vilein inV.
If "priJe "t!i b f.iie a t'.ll." iti.y
m thfr bi?::--;-t kibil of a hi' ii-iowi in
' 'S.ru ywtevty. ;:i i (::;'!'. 1 1 xiciiMvoly.
-Ii a't forytt that Mr. A. (.'. Brown, of
M-tropiiii, and Mr. V. Si. Yueni'l.ioii ol
.v'.oi, will pM! at :h.- 1! f ein ! i!l ;.i
Cali '' 'l' it.au'- Mi'l st.e i Cue lot of
' -lit mi ion 'i!i''i piet'irt;-. in' st'isi'is, wall
rM:k-;ts, n!r. 'l':e n-'A'.-: a': 1 ; ,t''-t at !' w
-- rhe :r zirii; of .u v t'lmt- i-ik s avc
ii'4 voima foike. a line !i irtjuH fir .kitt
ing yest'.T'lay of iviiieli i n-;, .it :,i!i-tl t fn-rn
f..'y, ;tl ii teat ri-ii-ii.
Mr. 8o!. Silver was al-cl from the
iiy yesUTilay s-n.J;n Cliristitits with
tis family, wlw reside on his f'nrm few
nil !x)ve Mound City.
lutlgo Mulkey is ht hutne-Cairo is
till his honji; -busily tmguge-'l with the nf
frtirs of the office to which he Ins been
s'.ectcd. lie in in good, health. .
f course, the journulist mho said it,
deii7 mean anything wh",n lie siys:
'(" iinmon law is foimiliikl on eomtimu sence
- "ther laws are inaile by eotiress."
For sale a new .Hosier, Bilmi tiin A;
I!)., No 0 sate, inside measure 19 inches
li'Uli, 10 inehi's wide and 11 inches deep.
Priwi $10.1. Apply nt tho Bui.i.kti.n oTiee.
ltev. K. Knappe will preach un Kniish
Kirmoo in the German Lutheran church ou
Thirteenth street this evening, instead of
-sturdy wcnjpjji Ui) was before announced.
Velnve W "ii requested D call the n'.
l' i.tton of tho Authorities to the hole in the
v3fcv,-Atk in front of Klein's buteher shop
n Wa'h'Hiton between Ninth and Tenth
-Tho IM'orni b:;'u will b ' w .-11 heated
t '.Dight an tlxttti and '.urge stove having
IV,rji rvt -yb i.lr' in ay evji ct to 1 torn-
- Fimry goods in ( ndless variety, tine pa
pers and envelopes, new books, uew chrn
inos, stereoscopes and views, fancy bracket;
it splendid line nnd nn endless variety of
things nav.' nnd useful nt lw rlirures ut
Mr. Wm, Atwel!, who win sonutinu
a','.) engaged in tho vegetable business ou
Kigth street, and Subsequently on Washing
Ion avenue, has now started u cigar stanil in
the Phillips building on the corner of Four
teenth street opposite the postoflke.
--OiTiecr Warren Wims arrested a white
inuu up town yesterday for creating arum
pus in his dwelling and beating his wife.
The fellow resisted the oflici r, hitting him
over the head with a linker. But ho was
tinally taken and locked in the city jail.
-Wo desire to return thimks to Mr. Har
ry Walker, for somo ot the best egg-nog
that ever saw daylight, with which he yes
terday supplied this office. Our printers who
drank it aro willing to bet two to one that
none better ever tickled the throat of a
The Springfield Journal says thut just
as the weekly press has commenced to give
Mr.Oberly handsome "scnd-ohV'as editor of
the Register, he withdraws, and believes that
tho reading of these pleasant notices mu4
be very much, to him, like n man reading
his own obituary.
Sonic poor devils who have neither
money nor friends, yet. woro lctjrniimi to
celebrate the birth of Christ by a grand
turkey feast, gobbled some of the gorgeous
fellows from some of the market stands.
Ch-is. Bdiger mourns the hiss of several.
Officer John Hogan had some difficulty
with a white man yesterday, near the
comer of Fifth street and Commercial ave
nue. John attempted to arrest the uian who
resisted. Pistols were drawn and things
looked serious for a while,, but s'on sim
mered down again.
-Over a hundred seats are already tskeu
for the Mystic Krew entertainment, to take
place on next Monday night. Ou account
of the sickness of the amateur performers
the Krew were compelled to postpone the
performance billed for last night, uutil
Monday the 2!th, as above notice.
-Officer Bunker arrested a man for va
grancy yesterday. Squire Coinings opened
court for his e-peetal benefit, tried the pi ii
oner, found him guilty and lined him fifty
dollars. The man hadn't the legal teuder
and was therefore requested to lav up awhile
at the city's exp'nse.
It would be difficult to estimate the
quantity of egg-nog drank and the nuni
bar of "Faultless' cigars smoked yesterday.
The egg-uogcouli bj obtaiued almost any
place, an 1 the ' Faultless," the best five cent
cigar in the world, at F. Korsmeyefs corner
o! Sixth street and Ohio Levee.
It is a handnon.e compliment to post
masters tiie statement ol the treasury, that
nearly two-thirds of the ten dollar refund
ing ceiliilcates, not ph.ecd by the depart
ment direct, were sold by postmasters; and
that every account has been closed and the
proceeds deposited in the treasury without
the loss of a single cent.
Mr. W. II. Ax-, a Sunday School
teacher in the Kpiscupul church, presented
each of the scholars in his class with a
Christinas present. The articles were nil
either ot gold or silver, and useful as well
asfiniainetit.ii. Suue necked gold pen
h ilders, others nap!;iu linj; and still others
silver p 'n-knives. All the scholars in the
P.t'byterian church al-i received haiidoiue
presents f oni their respective teachers.
The ice in th" Mississippi river yester
day was sli'.l running past this city heavily
and stenmboutiii"n express the opiuiuti that
navigation between Ciiro und St. Lmis
has closed tor th? season, Cairo still
stands at th.- he.nl of navigation, summer
and winter. In suunnr san llnrs rise up
in declaration of our claims to this title
and in winter iiv nukes loud prochmstioiis
of the fact.
Cairo bid i, s may not be aw., re of it,
but it is a fact that widows are a privileged
clus-) in Kentucky, being allowed to vote
for school trustees, and certain otlmr elec
tions' for sehoo! purposes. Tln v tiro the
only f in i! :s aduwed to vote in the state, i
Aiii lady ambitious to vote lias only to gi t
niaiiied have tliildr.ai become over six
years of age, anil administer a dose (,' (: ,,
poisoj to lur husband.
Tie' present week has been celebrated
by the colored portion of our population in
true Southern fashion. Parties, bulls ond
l,hoc-dowi!s" have been the order of the
week, and from night till morn of every
night suit e Monday, the colored belli s and
beaux have laughed, danced, ate, flirted
B'l I enjoyed themselves without stint. The
festivities will continue till New Year's
day, und end with Ihe beginning of
From a M"inphU exchange: "This
point of latitude and longitude cannot be
s i unhealthy, after all, when it is known
that a child nearly two years nf age has live
grandmothers living in and around Mem
phis. The grandmothers ure as follows:
Two on the father's side and three on the
mother's side; two grandmothers, one
great-gr.indmother, and one greut great
grandmothcr, the latter being about sev
enty years of age, nnd as yet as lively an
old worn in as can be found in tho world.
Chief Lallnu nnd Officer Schiickei (
came upon it colored man naiued (ir.a n
Neil, who was cxeitmlly llotiiishing his pis
tol. At their request he put tiio weapon
uway and strolled down to Filth ,stnAt,
wle re he engs.-ged in a seulllu with another
il''re hi the Vini'lc they y,) fe t.m))
Nell, in some unexplained wy falliugl un
derneiith and breaking Ida leg above tho
knee, Ho is said 'to be one of the "hardest
cases" in Cairo and it is to be hoped thnt
this little accident will have a beneficial
elTi ct on him,
Mr. W. F. Pitcher presented to the
city coun. il. i.t its last meeting, a petition
asking it to allow him a reasonable
amount of money to cover expense
which he incurred wdiile laid up in cousc
quencc of injuries sustained by him in
falling off the sidewy ou the enst side o
Commercial avenue, above. Eighth street
If Mr. Pitcher's prostration was due to the
cause aw.sifyied, his request, tdiould be coin
plied with. But we can not but help re
buking the council if littie for not acting
upon our advice, w hen we, week's before
this accident occurred, called that body's
attention to the dangerous condition of that
side of the street.
Yesterday was Christinas day tlic
feast ol Christ's nativity. It was of course
observed in Cairo as elsewhere, and also
as elsewhere, it was observed properly by
some and improperly by many others; but
yet, nearly all recogni.ed it us a day de
manding special notice und utteiilieii in
some way or other. Services were held in
the Kpiscopal and German Lutheran
churches, which were largely attended.
The business houses, both large and Miiall,
and of every character, were closed by one
ot1 lock p: m. It being a legal holiday, tdo
postolliee was open only from 8 o'clock to
11 a. m. and our police justices luid aside
the docket and the law and gave a rest to
the scales of justice for the time being.
We have- several times been called up
on to record difficulties, which occurred in
or near Bill Scott's saloon, in the settlement
ot which the knife and pistol played mi
important pait. "Scott's Congress" is the
resort of all the lowest and vilest among
tie black and white Bohemians that come
totown or that iuf'st the lower portion of
the city. The barroom and the sidewalk
in front are often crowded with black
wenches and loul mouthed rascallions who
understand nothing better than to "crack
a bunk," or cut a throat. The former are
never found without a razor, tior the latter
w ithout a pistol and "three cards." This
place ha.s become notorious for the fie
quency of its bloody affrays, and the horde
that constantly occupies it is a terror t all
good men whose business leads them near
there alter night fall. It is a fact, so we
are told, that the sun seldom rises with
out bringing to notice some kind of a scrape
in which more or less black (?) blood was
ppilt. In short, "Scott's Congress" lias
reached that state of demoralization in
which it is an intolerable nuisance, aud as
much of a disgrace to the city as all the
other haunts of vice and wickedness com
bined, BFLLKTIN ADVERTISERS.
cosriMJicn fuow wkisv:iiy h ism-k.
Jt. SMITH A CO.
On the approach 'if the new year it is al
ways pleasant to recall success in the past
us well as hopes for the future. In either
particular, the house of R. Smyth & Co.
may safely claim to bo the iqtial of the
strongest firm of its kind in Cairo. T!iey
have all the requisites of success, cxp-ri-encc,
energy and progressive business prin
ciples, coup!"d with industry and courtesy
to the smallest lis well as the heaviest us
tomer, and abundant capital to ope ate
R. Smyth &, Co., can safely claim thai the
doors of their immense establishment open
upon a business which they have1 an ho:. est
pride- in showing to the public. Bajing
always in largo hits and for c.i.sh, they Ii ive
at all times the opportunity of tnkiiig the
advantages of the maiketand their cu.-K in
ersean testify that the inti rests cf th- pur
chaser ate always considered. And lu r in
lies one secret of the prosperity of this
staunch and reliable house, for their pi lies
can not be discounted toid the article in
their line which is not to be found in their
establishment must be urn indeed,
The firm has constantly on band a lare
stock of liquors and wines of the choi -cst
quality and exercises tie- utmost tare
in purchasing their liquor- anil esp-eial
can with those imputed from Ku:ope.
Tiny have in connection with their wuole
sal" est ilitisliinent. a s imple room, where
are to be had the purest and the bust of
w ines, liquors, cigars, etc. Tho house is
situated on Ohio levee, between Fourth and
Ii. W. Ill HLK.
One of the most conspicuous houses in
Cairo, because of th- lie! successful and
enterprising, is the j-'welryj house of Mr. B.
V. Under, on Commercial) avenue, between
Sixth und Eighth streets. I A larger, more
complete or valuable a ock of jewelry,
watches, clocks and gener d t;old and silver
ware, than Mr. Buder's is not to be found in
any other city of Cauo's i ie. lie has also
on hand, an immense stock of musical in
struments, pianos, organs, etc., which he
guarantees, and sells at tie lowest possiole
It is but lately thai he )Us taken
possession of his present quarters hav
ing found his old place of business on the
corner of Kigth and Washington inadequate.
There me few houses which transact so
large a business as his, nnd fewer that have
attained the eoi'iini rei'd standing enjoyed
by it. 'lb, iitte of Mr. H uh r is'lhe best
gnosis for the least money, and small mar
'.rlns of profits and big sides is another of
his rules. Hi) has advertised in Tin; 111 i,
lk'I'in until his establishment has become
a credit to Cairo and n llatteiin;,' in inunient
to his nilerpris.c.
Tuuusday F.vkxino, Dec, 25th, 1871).
The weather changed yesterday morning,
ami to-day we have a genuiue old-fashioned
white Christinas with an ubundanco of
hiiow and ico. Several inches of snow fell
yesterday afternoon, und mud und water
froze up stdid last night.
Business in leading articles has been al
most at a stnnd-still since our last review,
owing to the rain, mid bad weather.
FLOUR The demand is fair and prices
(3 nn with a tendency to advance.
HAY The bad weather has prevented
any movement of slocks, consequently the
supply is increasing.
CORN The order demand is small.
Nearly all transactions are with the nulls.
Receipts are light.
OATS. The market ruies steady ami
MEAL. Steady and llrm, without
change in prices.
BITTER. Plenty and dull. Receipts
for the past week have been large and the
market is becoming overstocked.
EGGS. The market has been dull and
prices sli;-.ue, since the first ol the week,
but the present cold snap is likely to in
crease the ii'-muud and stren''t'ien prices.
CHICKENS. - Very dull, with little pros
pect of a change for the better.
TURKEYS. Dressed turkeys have com
manded good sale during the week, but
will be dull after the holidays.
APPLES - Steady demand and good
ONIONS Good demand und scarce.
GAME Very s"urce mid in good de
mand. No quails in market.
Sales and (.Quotations.
NOTE. Tlie litiri- lieri- -lvi-ii yn. lor :i fruni
first lidittr" lu round Inu. An u'ttsacc in
rh(r;et for broken lutsin littinnrili in.
aXl I, bis Various
ti O 'iul 'M
5 ',, Ml
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2 furs r hoi ( timothy
i csr Kei Tup
1 mr (lilt liduc
Hears jjocid niiied, snull bales
ii rar white in bulk
i rars mixi-d in hulk
150 sacks wait.;
Scars lieht i-hoice, butk
'i cirs gixid mixed in tuik
3 cars mitl in -i:ks
i is no !
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V) His. Soiit'ni-fii I'oinols Hull
Mi) II, ChiiK-f Surllicrii
5H) His. (.'IioIcl- .NerOurn Hull..
H pkH L'huiiv NcirtJu-rn (toil
Scoojis tn'icd ..
S eoupx nt i red
Ul "OIS I II s
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Half do ..
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DKY SALT M KYI'S.
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I'l-aclica, halves act' iiiiiPiL-rs
C'aol'v tm-tlt it in ..
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(irucn Salt V'j'7');1
Klmep I't-lta t(rii"i
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KATKS OK FUKK.IIT.
Nit iv Om.KA.SK Klour
MKMioiia- rioi r
l'nniid frrljjtils ....Io
Wav fnili'lit" below Mctnphi'i, 'l cilia i
li-iiiuri.il; .'iU cent V a' lib)
Selecting a Christmas (lift for Father, brother, Sou or
Lover, remember that something in the way nf mi
A Nobby Pair of Pantaloons, a half dozen Dress
Shirts, a nice Suit of Underwear, a dozen nice
Linen llandkereliiefs,even a Nobby Scarf, a nice
Scarf Pin. a Silk Umbrella, a pair Silk embroid
ered Suspenders, would be very acceptable and i
beautiful Christmas (Jiff.
Keineink'r this is the Liveliest Clothing House in South
ern lllinoir. Don't huy anything worn by man or boy with
out first seeing Prices at the mot Popular Clothing House,
The Only I Joss.
COAI.INE,f 1 fx A f
COAL INK ( V , V7 J-Y. J
-THE ELI'OTJMC (.'LKANSKII. -
i II AS NO ECjl'AL VOW dKNKliAL HOL'SK CLhANINd'
Fot 'Cleaning Paint. Vanished Surf.
I Marble. Pianos, Sewing Machines. Furniture.
i .11 -s, , i-i s. ti- i itinri s ; i.t iuom s
'.,.l-'.. d I.A.. . t L-:. - . .
'-fi i readilv, ie,
. i 'n t ni, . I'li.M j.i
A n thin- s-(ii! tl l,v ( )1I . t
oil Aliii'ks.oi- liy Dirt
Y ITII C) I T SO
To W I sn:n oi i.sa t . iom m I lime ii-i d
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ruin r.iiir c rt f.liuut In.tnriti . ! x : r or rhi:i:-liij
i"l;. Il ilo M- als imrt's and h-i imm J hand ri.dlty. )ti tfuKy j oum,
WII.I.I M . KVf.ltKTT. 111 CottH-, t,r.ne Ave .('t.Ua-i.
I ii ti.. W i s i it n Inn im: i ' i V i have K-a jie:i'our fair.ily "( uutli.e," ar. attirtr ncnnfmauri
in tliU i U-, an 'I iliirt It one t.f th- riii.-t iif.i! ihiiv ,l,r IV.uaity turn we ht- ever knono urju'ord "f- Ki
t eiii;;, -crutibin:;. c!i nnlj c!:i-p, sihrr. t k : r. f rn t.e h j -1; i - out ol rlotlcn- nnd rarjitta. etc , hi- thirl
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' i", - I " - I loiiiii , ri.. i II. -i ,i- II. lb,
lp.it!..' ( liidcro. .Miiy2d, !H?i.
.- 'IS 'I Hi: ONLY Wi.-h-.ui. retiiprum
and valciib't: :i r : i r-i t- ui a !nw ti.t'.irr c.-Oipetin:
1 lie follow i nc trU.'iiMi.'ihtp from ii-isni,s w iili . ket.i ir.ar.y in Calm am! 'i ii:iiy an- ncijeaiiiti d. f '
luuliiio in lt no; jmsit'oii tn-1'nr' Ihe public It (s a p-u.d thin;-, und lioutd be i; iifial!y u. d:
I liuve iisi d co.-.lii e in iry hon-e. P nin libor aril ;,! i lutt.i'H. ai d i Iim vpi Iip'.M'. I win'dt'.i
tie uitiiniit Ii iVnti.-i'is. lib. Aivm-I ls-!i.s, i. MV.S. JAMKS McI'AII.
I t'.nd -.a I i in- In lie nil ilmt js r'niued .lei it. unit i in ,-ilulIj recotmei ncl it.-- ('cfctralla. 1 1 1 ! n p i
Atretpi si,. MHS. Ii. nXLEY.
I liiiM-n-ci! ceiillne lei r:,u licae-liL-Mc iil'ciiein.-., h re tln-tliit ! t.nriri to J. iit.d is nuially cti-iun
,in i.iui iiiri'ii'i. i.t t loNiui rrajnu' o on hi:
i It'.i!-.- Ci:iitra!!.i. Hi.. Aucat liilli, is;:-.
All le.ii'i;,!.' iirncrra will )mvi- il, and i i n nippl;
Ii,'. ui nit tlMv. otilHinabti' in
B AliOLAY BROS.,
( M'lici'ii 1 Agents.
lientls of Families will Cull mid (id u Siijiiplc, Free I'm Tikil. ut dnr Stoica
CM I IMSrlM AS Arl I I AND,
vim n i . hi , i i Vy t,u i 'il "i"in i
uf Lii'Iies ami (JfiiCrt Tn'.s -the largest vwr
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I niiiM I 'll.. ,1 I. I 'ii . I , -. i. ,c , 'j.'iij nmi
k' t.i. Htieh 's itild the I'llrs' sh lcHof l'.oiec
meres; 1(10 Cloaks, 1.50 to 10, wurlh
t'liccs. iNo'.v is rlie tunc to. liny votii' Itiirihtums oiimls. We tlo nut nilvcrtisc whet
will not do. ('.all und examine our stock.
(5 1 ( )hio Lovee.
OF THE WORLD!
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1. IN Jlj licOALINK
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1 1 -. Window Glass Miro-r-, Gild Y:s is,
il C'otl.s.Silver Wstc.Shnw Cs-s -p. Brora s,
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i ..til iii:o inrililii trie itsso- cr t tl i-"
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( i KI :. Si '. I. I lit s ,,r iVn
of any land, it will olcan
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Cefitiije in rny innilt) at d I'm! It nil i'c- .VuiiuIm mm
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l'it coliir. It rteain tin: lian: and '.i o-s tij- !, I.
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:ii j.i. ;i,, ami pirn-Hi tor i ii-n. jane,' xue vwiiw a n-
s-.njile riMiil like Soiiji.
wtrj n.ny as wen op pultun, vitut'Ui Ittf irjnriou
t . I'.II.I.S, Von tnun Taint Min!. 1. C. It. It
H i ir cst(iint rs In feu i.'ayn. !tlaiif,w aLditi
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lul I jf JIM 'j it ll 11 II II liniuLUKOUD nni.
Lnmlit to Cairo a most olegunt lino (
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Itiiiliiiiei Tli"intifiil Ttlnrk nnd Colorci! 'iis
M ; fin clcnant lint- of Dolmans for the lnwe
l's! l Coinmoieial Av.