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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER
SMALL A l V ERTISTC M KNTH.
A v li- or km wilt lu imMMtvl for
fi:r.. fji-K Int. -reua: 1 niunili, !.: :t ni.nnlirt wlih
mil ctt'.u1. i(.r iii'iutli. K.vjli n iiitl lentil
llmo, ft nm. nil tons v.mtiil I'm.
Loi;T-"uu v a itij'.T
Ixi.t, on ChrUtuiitu 'Vi, a liuiiili of four Vvy
KomtiAlu n. In.iw.'.tn John Antrim V dotiiii utoru,
on OhinWrv, anil JoUn MfNully'H bniilwuru alorr,
oa Cumn rt ltl uvciuic. Tbn iIihI.t wiil be nuititlily
ivwariii-d bv It'jvli.'-Hu mmf with ttiniiinl.srili:iied,
t.'uuutnr. nhntvltm and ntl.-r i'onn fl:.luriM for
talc at a bargain. M. 4. HoWLUV.
ii.ltll I'.!t0 f!IMlt.
Thu Anhcry pr..tortv on llnlbrook ve. Cheap
to agooil tcranl. M,.l.llon v. It. r.. A,"Mit
flwi.llim' lien.., (in
ad (Jciiw, ail tn ijnod cimcliliiin. I.at rcslil'iiccof
r. Vinu:til. Kur pin tlctCKrH ippij unn rt-iui-ni;"
im tliu orttrr r sim Mint wainui sirci
Midi. C tiieu.uu
Ownkm ami jinn Iimmth nl rfa I p-tol'i tu Cairo
boulil he Hire itaiy h.ivo 11 "i:nl title I am now
urvoitnvl 1. 1 1'nmirli HtwtwU r.t rrsoi"iMo lite
Oilier- In Court Hoiikb.
A jKMltlimiuetlt'i'iiioiKlurlMS the hnlliluyn b,V two
yiHiay mm of experience, fmin ttio Kam.
A itituatioa lu private family liy a lady to sew,
r wwislin llir circ tool iuMriK'tini of amall cliil
.ln?u, nr will do l.pht linage worn Oood references.
Itov 7:TJ, Cairo, III.
Plantation Concent !
at tmk atheneum,
Monday evening, December 211
TDK VKMUKRH (IK Till'.
A. M. U. C1IUTKUI
Oncifr the direction of
ELDER JACOii PERKINS,
W:!t tfwt Grand I'lftiiUtim Ciim.fitro;wiMliii: of
i-ou Hongs giI by tic colored penplti i-) tie: da of
lavrrv, and dcliiieiilioiiK of o!d tlnrn I'lantutioit
Ufa a:no!;i tin- cu'orcd people
ADMISSION. Sib. : K'.-H:rv.:d nonts, CA: . A part
f thii house will lie rowrred for the apoclul of
mr wlilli! P 'uplij.
r u k n x-: uia t
U hp Ndfrht Only.
WEDNESDAY EVENING. Wi).
CH it. II. DITPamt,
K.tt i-HordiriMry AimotuiwuM'iit
-8 Ymiis (mo Contiiianl Trium;i!i.
an itim-i.:! L:jh Fir4 Appohinn! la thU CiLv
la TUrot Y cuts of
JIlJPIiEZ & BENEDICT
And IIoyaIi Brass Uand.
' AXT'OM ril S H E D VOIC K U VOCALISYL
,N BAyi)"iXRAr)3. "
'GllSAiWNO AND i)TN('Knri;7TS.
CKLEIiUATliU MUSICIANS. 14
COMIC vl. KNi) MKN.
RKNOWN K I) VOO A f .JUINTKTI'E .
JH)P0r.A R KA MODS CO ljl)IA
KUCKNTUIC PLEA HI NU BAJUuiSV.
BRILLIAKT CWJttrrAUS. 8
"VARIKD PKATUSkS OK MKRItT" SO
PrurtMtiil Scale of I'suiilj- l'vlcm Artojitcdl
TUikrtu only .... 75, and ar, cts.
Krvd wat old tit Hurtman'a 10 day in m'.
vinr.c. No extra r.lmr'"' for scat1 sold In advauca.
;h'Jdr:o admilUtd at .C dr.
Hinnii. Orr'?, I
Car.w. 111.. Ucrembffr SI 1W1I. f
7 " WJ.W
H ' sn.
ipm , iO.Vi
Maximum Tempcraluri:. 2K ; Minimum Turn.
I riitur, 10?; JiiL&fall, 0.00 lutb.
w. 11. i:at.
Si rj't h'.mxni CorpH, U. 8. A.
nUV T.ATTV lTTTTl?rrTT
KNTKKKII AT TIIK 1M;ST OFFICE IN CAIHO. IL
MNOrK, AS RIM.V)N1 0I,AS,S MATf Kit.
.ii"iI0IAI. PAPKUOP AI-KXANIIKU COUNTY.
Only Kurnin Dully in Southern Illinois.
(.'KNKIUL LOCAL ITEMS.
i AJvcrtiscn. cnU in Ih"1 column 10 cents
j r tine, cf.rh inscrlion.!
Jack I Ally r i'"iti(J iiu'.r excutt-'n.-fO'
Ir. McUnwiti, of MfitropiiJih was in
t!i city ycsU'idiiy.
iie:iutilul iniisir, h(c ihIs Mini marblo top
fiuncy tnt)lc r.l ForJV.
Ladii;a'a(l the not ire hcftiii.'ii Ir.ap vrr.
It ig exclusively fm you.
Mr. Uiciiard lfiU;(!i'.ili w ill yeHtor
iHj,onCn(.l (oliis lied.
-Cliicngia nototl insurnnci: tuan, Mr.
McOonl, U a 2tif.ul of the l'l iiiti r's.
-aTt;:i i-i;Qt!icryt:wt(:r:!i;y of quiti! nn
itii'iMj.'tlilo kimi wuriu nul llaHiit.
Cull 011 Coleman und exHiniiui ttiu tin, tit
mill hrc'cst. ttrck of Roods ia the city.
Older your W:w Your cards IVom Tiik
DtiU-KTiK. Call md Hue the styles.
Harry WalkoriiM ncil up a wugoo
- a covtTuft on'j udvci tising li'm comiquo.
Mr. O. J5. IIiiIIh:'!, a loiivy (,aain
operator of New Orlrans i n fitcHt 0!' ttic
A (hie lot of uuw htyle picture: i'rwncH,
uliotojrRjth und Hutograph uIImiiuh, and
jiicluran at (JolomtiuV.
Baiiucsa on tho Icvui yoatiirdtty wsut
not of a kind to bo naocr'd at In fact it
wdh old hnsIncDs itwlf.
Mr. W. 0. Train, )f (liund Chain, and
principal of th.,- Grand Chain adtooLs, was
in tho city yesttifdiiy.
Nr. John Gates h liis two new bil
li.ird tubh.'s already put tip. They nmko it
very liftridadme nppearauet'.
A St. Louis fur il'-nlcr, Jlr. A. JJlum, ia
in the city, a the intereht of his business
und a guest of the St. Charles.
A (Trent variety of brackets, clocks,
sIiisIvch, writing deskn, Ac, jut opened fit
Ford's, and will bo sold very low, fur cash.
County Clerk Ilumm bus hid tax books
for 18V.I in ,ship-Hhpe and ready to bo
turned over to .Shcriil' Hodges. So mote it
Jno. McKulty Jmi lost 11 bunch of
keys and will pay a reward to tho finder for
their return to him. Sco siuiill "ad" col
umn. Call at Coleman' cud w;o fine lot of
cliroinoB, panel pictures, ink stands, wall
pockets, etc. The newest and latest at low
Services were conducted in the German
Lutheran church last night by Rev. h,
Knuppo, who preached an English sermon.
The services were well attended.
Mr. A. II. Hall, traveling agent for tho
St. Louis grocery house ot Mr. Alkirie, was
ycstordiy circultitiiwunionjr our rUil IJ
eis. He is well known to our people.
Ladies! if you want to give your hus
band a fine New Year's present, go to E.
C. Ford's and get 'one of those handsome
foot rests with box attached for s'ipp'irs.
The Initial of Mrs. Richard Fitzgerald's
bister took place on Christmas day and was
quite largely attended. The remains were
interred at the seven.inilc graveyard.
Mr. Jasper Hutchinson yesterday found
011 Eighteenth street, between Washington
and Poplar, two small brass keys. The
lost r can obtain them from him by culling
on him at the wood yardon Tenth street.
The water which has gathered in the
low places is frozen over, presenting an irre
sisUblu temptation to juvenile skaters. Lake
Oberly was tho most popular resort for this
pleasant pastime yesterday.
Quite a number of vnnug folks n'L't ut
the residence of Mr. Thos. Graney on Four
teenth stieet on Christmas night candy
pulling being the attraction, The evening
was spent very pleasantly.
Two marriage, licenses were ycsteiday
i:-sued by Clerk Hit mm. One for the mar
liage of Mr. Wm, Compare and Miss Josie
Biles, white; und the other for Mr. Xed
IVixley and Miss Martha Watson, colored.
D.-ii't forget the Grand Plantation Con
cert Monday night. A part of the house
has been reserved for the special ue ot
white people, who have already purchased
tickets to the number of a hundred or more.
Smokers, Eoem to have lost none of
their interest in a Crst-chtss cigar at a low
price. The sale of the "Faultless" five
cent ciga: grows larger every day. Sold by
F. Korsnieyer, Ohio Levee corner Sixth
Fancy goods in endless variety, fine pa
pers und envelopes, new book:, new chro
mos, stereoscopes and views, fancy brackets;
a splendid line and an endless variety of
things new and useful nt low figures at
During the List few days quite a num
ber of roustcrs have been paid off by the
Anchor Lin.? steamers nt this port. They
remained here over Christmas, spending
liberally the few cents they had earned and
then left for St. Louis.
We yesterday, on the levee, asked one
of our citizens what he knew nnd bis reply
was: "I know that toy Itedienur liveth.''
Tnr: Iliui.KTiN being a n ligious journal
and a!! connected therewith religious men.
this information was pleasant indeed.
Wo have just published a list of nil
those successful merchants who favor Tuk
Hum ktin wlih their advertisements, and
shall next turn our attention to those suc
cessful merchants who do not advertise in
Tiik'Ei'u.ktin, but who could be still more
successful by doing so.
On Christmas a negro whose name we
have forgotten, uceidently discharged his
pistol and received the bullet in his hand.
He called upon on" of ourdoetois to have
it e:;true!cd, but l lie man of medicine ask
ing two dollars lor the job, tho negro pie-
ferred to let the bullet remain until a elu ap.
er physician could be found.
-We believe it is the duty of Street Su
perintendent Gorman to see to it that no
rain water is left standing in the low places
of our commons, The lake back of Tin:
livu.Km oflico is a monument which rises
up in declaration ot the neglect of that gen
tleman's duty. Thu sewers thotild have
been opened and the water let out before it
-A icyce ine.icuant yeslenlny ake;l us
under who'. charge our niirht nolice were
while on duly. ' It is perhaps not generally
known that they are under nobody's charge,
In oilier words Chii f Lalliic finds it im
possible to be on duty both day and night
and hence our night force takes care of it-
sell. It may be well, in this connection, to
remark that as far back as our recollection
cxteuds, things huve always been thtisly.
Mr. K lein, of brick yard fame, has had
Samples of hin new cement stone plastered
into our various brick walks. This is an
excellent way to ndveilisu thu stone, but
this notice wilt catch the eve of mom reo
plothismorniiig, than will the various stones
in a month. He should, and doubtless will,
use these columns to bring to tho notice of
our people the supeiior quality of Ids luto
discovery over common bricks,
Tho largo number of steamboats now
laid up at this port not only give this port
a lively appearance, but actually makes it
so. The biipplies necessary to keep to
gether the bodies und souls of those oil
board is 110 small hem and tho money re
ceived therefor nil remains in the city.
And tin ii iiuothor of the benefits derived
from the bo.ita laying up here is that the
rou.-dcrs thereof spend almost every ceul
of their money in this city before they
The best Minstrel company which has
exhibited here for many years is the
original Duprcz & Benedict's troupe which
last night drew n l irg", faohioiiablo audi
ence to Library Hall. Tii" nets wore nil
new and the performances of a high order
of merit, The performance i elo'cv to
thai of perfection than that of any other
company that visits tho city. l'i;t-iburg,
Ph., Morning Dispatch. The troupe ap
pear nt thu Atheiieuin, on the night of
Twenty-one prisoners, we beliv, now
grace the county jail. We have MikeHiee
han's word for it, that they are gentleman
ot rare culture in the musical line, and it i.s
not nt nil improbable that in that 'fcllon's
cell the fittest earthly type of hell,'' Mr.
.Moody iiu.ylit ln! miorff-r Kiiukuv whom
he might pickle and put 11 way lor a rainy
day or for the day when that illustrious
gentleman shall have taken to himsrlf
the wings of angels and be "Nearer my
God to Thee."
Green Neil,t.he fellow who on Christmas
day broke his leg above the knee in a sctillle
on the corner of Fourth and Comuiereial,
is not a colored man as we yesterday slated,
but a while man and an extraordinarily
bad one too. He is a man with a "bad
countenance" such as at once betrays' his
true character, and when, as on Christinas
day. he carries about him too much bad
whiskey, he i.s ahl to be an exceedingly
dangerous man. "Hunker and his billy"
should get after him and teach him de
cency. In conversation with one of our young
men yesterday, he told us very innocently
that he had come very near losing bis over
shoes at a party he attended the other night.
When arriving at the house, lie had rid
hiniscif of his shoes, but could not find
them again on desiring toieturn home.. He
tried on the overshoes of not less than t -n
girls of the party every pair of them be
ing sufficiently large for him. but did not
find his own until he had tried on the last
pair. When we remark that the gentleman
wears not ksa than a seven and a half boot,
our readers can at ouce guess at the size ot
the ladie's feet who composed the party. A
desire to keep our eyes out of the mourning
condition prevents us from giving the gen
Some time ago we stated on the au
thority of Officer Hogan that pi rale boats
lined both the Ohio und Mississippi rivers
and that the owners thereof were in tt habit
of stealing whatever they could lay their
Hands upon from ihr residents ulong the
rivers. The truth of this supposition has
been well custained of late. It has been
learned that the night before Marx's store
was broken into three men arrrived here in
a stiir and the- thief who broke into the
store has been identified as one of those
three. It is now not doubted that had lie
not been caught when be was, his two com
rades would huve come to bis assistance
and have carried off a com-id'-rablc uinutint
of goods. It has also been ascertained that
the fellow who was caught in the net of
stealing hides fro.rt Koehler's daughter
houue was a proprietor of askitf in which he
made it a practice to travel up and down
the river. Since these are facts th" people
along tho river should be upufi their guard
and place well under loci; und key tint
which they would retain.
TEMPERANCE REFORM (.'1,1 II.
nr. mkbti.no at thu iiaii. lasi nkuit
MUDHUATIUA l.AUOK AM) Till; M'l.K.i II ill'
Ml!. A. f. HliOWS OOOil.
The Cairo Temperance Reform c it tt met
as usual in its hall yoteiday evening. It
was cul!''d to order by the presi .lent Mr.
G' O. !S. Fish'T. The 1 .vieises were lieaim
by singing. Reports of comiuiCees were
receivi-d, nno among tie 111 the tre'nurers re
port, which showed that during the past
three mouths '2l7,?.'5 had been collected
auu $lo'7.05 paid on!, showing an excess of
collections over the expenditures for that
time of 130.70. A motion was uindu and
carried that n yr.ulh's Mission temperance
meeting be held in the hall every Sunday;
after which Mr. A. C. fionvii, of Metropo
lis was introduced. lie .ud, by w ay of in
troduction, that he cmii' to make w ar upon
nobody. II.) belived Jhat, as a rule, saloon
kei pers were as good men ds any others,
but that they were iu'a business that was
objectionable. For want of space, we can
not give a synopsis Of his remarks; but
all who heard it will not deny that it was
an effort which did much credit to llio
speaker and good to the hearers and which
deserves the brightest praise. It was full
of eloquence, argument and humor and en
gaged the closest nttciitiou of the entire
audience from beginning to end. Although
a largo crowd was prcfl' tit whoso tor-lings
were in full accord with the ppoakernnil
who give evidence of a& -neral appreciation
of wh.t was said by numerous rounds of
applause and hearty laughter, there was
room for many more, nnd all who failed to
attend lost nn evening's enjoyment which
would have left a timtiuimprjosion upon
Mil. It. II. CAXnCK IS TUB HKCTPIKNT OK A
riANDSOMH AND COSTLY CllltlHTMAR I'llKR
EST KIIOM TIIK KPISC0PAL CHUItfll.
Among tho many pleasant incidents of a
"merry Christmas" in our city day before
yeslerday, there is none to which wo can,
with greater pleasure refer, than the presen
tation to our worthy fellow citizen, H. II.
Candee, E.Mp, by the parishioners of the
Church of tho Redeemer, of an elegant,
massive, marble and bronze clock. The
clock itself is two feet three inches long,
and fourteen inches high, richly carved
and surmounted with a magnificent "bronze
statue, eighteen inchi s high, of Le ('id, the
distinguished champion of Christianity and
Spanish royally, who lived in the eleventh
century and is said to have been "die pat
tern of a Clirh.'.iati warrior, invincible in
battle and unblemished in character."
Mr. Candee may very properly be called
one of the founders ol the Church of the He
deemcr,aud for nearly twenty years Iris be n
connected therewith as its Senior Warden.
As such Warden, Lay Reader and Superin
tendent of Snndt,y rehool, he has labored
zeaiously in behalf of the cliuivh and Imid
largely devoted to lu.r inlere-.ts, grow th end
pro.'pMily, expee.tiog und i.sking no otlur
reward for bio long and iV.r.hful services
than 111) rollM'-IOtlMir-iM of li'irln ,..ri".rlll-
ed bis duly and the coiiiiih i.dation of the
parish. "Well doiv thou '.,,1 and faiihful
The pari-.iiii.".crs, however, bcleivcd that
his services and devotion derived soniu
fuither recognition nt tli' ii bond-, ar.d that
a reliable time pha:,' to one who W ;is alwuys
prompt and on time in church matters
would prove a most approptiate and richly
deserved Christmas present, es w. !l as an
ever present reminder of the w hole parish's
regard und esteem; hence, the above rloek
was purchased in New York through the
jewelry house ol 1". A. Buder. of litis city,
and at a very early hour Christ, nss morning
was secretly and quietly placid upon the
mantle at Mr. Candee's residence, w here, to
his great astonishment and surpri-e, be be
held it as be repaired to hicakf.'.st. L'pon
the hilt of the long sword of the brone-d
warrior, encusid in armor, bung a small
note bearing the inscription "Lc Cid, th"
pattern of a Christian warrior, invincible in
battle and unblemished in character.'' And
upon cithi r side of the l.ice of the clock
were inlaid siUer plates, the one engraved
"H. H. Candee, Cairo. I'd.," and the other
"From the Parishioners of the Church of the
Redeemer." These simple inscriptions most
eloquently and tou.-hingly told the whole
slory and spoke volumes as respects both
donors und recipient. Mr. Candee was tak
en completely by surprise und was greatly
overcome by the costly present so uncxpiet
edly bestowed. The R-ctor, Rev. Da id A.
Ronnar, at the morning Christinas service at
the church, on behalf of Mr. Caudecjind tit
his request, in a few appropriate words, ten
dep-d Mr. Candee's grateful Kcknowlenge
ments an sincere thank to the Parishioners
who hail, in .such a touching manner, pre
sented him with so beautiful and acceptable
present. Wc certainly congratulate Mr.
Candee upon bis elegant "Christmiis gift"
aud express the hope that his new time
piece will ever prove as correct in the long
life before it as he himself has ever done in
THE COLORED MASONS.
THi:V IIAVK A 1!NQI KT AM) l.SSTAI.l.Al ION
AT SUKKI.'h HAM.. .
The Liiicoln lodge No. 5, A. F, & A. M.
had quite a good crowd at their banquet
and installation, at Shed's hull last night.
Sweet intisic filled the air aud good feeling
prevailed during the entire evening. J. J.
Bird, P. G. M. delivered the annual ad
dress which w;is both pointed and polished
ami A. G. Leonard. P. M., made the o. -spouse.
Mr. Leonard is an attache of this
otiice, and i.s a colored man of more than
ordinary learning and eloquence. The f(.!
lowing is a short cMr.icl IV0111 his spt eh :
To the Members ol" Lincoln Lodge 3:
I.ADIKH AM) OKNII.l.MIJ.N : 111 le.'.poilS"
to the annual a hire just delivered before
you by Judge- Bird, P. G. M., allow me to
present a few facts in regard to theesti.b-
lishliient Ot the M isoinc Order Ul this'eoun-
try aini.il)'' our neoiiie. for there seems to
exist some doubt about its tradition among i
our white brethren. 1
I (1 note from Mr. J. N. Conona. Grand
j.eccurtT 01 me rstate 01 1 onneciicui. lie
tells us ill one (d' his lectures, in th" city of
New Haven, that 'lltn legitimacy of Fiee
uissonry in the United States as the intro
duction of Masonry among thu colored men
in this country was by tho initiating, pass
ingand raising of thirteen colored, men into
a traveling lodge attached to General Gage's
army, stationed Ht IKston, Mass,, March
oth, nr.. Sept. !i!)th, A. I). 178-1, Fred
crick Charles, Duke of Cumberland, the
ncting Grand Master, granted the warrant
constituting the Afiiean Grand Lodge No.
451), inl7l)3. Piincn Hall, Master of said
lodge, Hiram Lodge, in Philadelphia, in
1107. Ho also instituted St. John Lodge,
in Providence, R. I. In 1S08, Prince Hull
died, and John T. Helton was elected the
Master. In 1808 tho African Grand Lodge
founded in Eoston with the above named
Lodges. In 1827, the Grand Lodge was in
stituted, und in 1M7, the National Grnnd
Lodge was formed.
Choice white Migsr for $1.00, nt
N;v Yokk S'roitn.
Received dally at New York Store,
11 the barrel or dozen, at
Nicw Yor.u Sxoii!'..
BUY YOUR GOODS
Where tlio most is sold and hence the
cheapest, at Nkw Youk Stohe.
In Si'Iccting a Christmas (Jift lor Father, Brother, Sou or
Lover, remember that soinethinjr in the way of an
Overcoat, a Dress Coat,
A Handsome Vest,
A Nobby Pair of Puiiinloons, a half dozen. Dress
Shirts, a nice Suit of
Scarf Pin, a Silk Umbrella, a pair Silk enibroid-'
ered Suspenders, would be very acceptable and
beautiful Christmas (Jift.
Jtaember this is tiV Livelirt Clothing House in South-'
ei 11 lllinoir. Don't buy anythin;; worn by man or boy with
out first seeing. Prices at tliMnist Popular Clothing Ho&e'
i i A
The Only IJoss: '
OA LINE (
t 'OA LINE
C O A
l ItADK MA UK.
ME ELECTRIC CLEANSE!!.-
HAS NO HQ UAL FOIL l
pmieosKs. fok washing clotjiks.
FOli TIIK. liATII, ttC, iii'.
For Ohuing I'nii.t, Vi.rrish-d Surf;.ns, Window (ila., M.;re., Gold F:h.
.Mrtible, riutic, Sewing Mtcl.incs, Furniture, Od ClotLs, Silver M'htc.SUw Cftsc. Ilronr
Cut Ola-.-. Gl.d't. 0,,. Fi.:i;n . : R. n:r. .n li'i i, nr:J Tur fr( 01 the J la ads tr Clot hi
readily. Ac, t;e.
FOP ISK AS A DISINFECTANT lti$ '
AnytlwuK fc?oiU-a lv Ol I , or
eil Mnrks (iv hv I")ir-t
-v 1 rr I I o l; t soap o 11 Y a t k i I
To WtarM;i Coaukk l.'eyi A.si I Late i Coahec !n ny fan.iiy at d Caii it a.t tit Win-tumn.
claim for il. It I eertilt.ly mpfrler to coi a a cK anwr mid murh inert t coloitiich! It rtmovvn
r'm riib.'.r.s wtthtiur Iniurin,' ib tirsturu or chuu.r.efai.'. ' clur It civaut the ln.n.n anit t nveii Lb--
mil. It ili") heal sortu and clwi.,n'J nnd. readily. r.i-S'PftfaU)- youm,
'i 1. tvr. ViTKiiN ('(vu.tsK Co Wi- t'vi- h.,, n
in tills illy, ami fiml It on nf tlit mo.-l B:-i-f-.il tjinn
wttLiiik', ft.-i.hbin,-, ckaoiKi; tiivi-r. UiXilif
it 1, ,ip- ii-i cqtiil. Evt-rv fniully sUouid He It. The
'"'. '-'Itwi". Xay 'M, Itrs.
;." IS THK ONLY WhiLiiij Ccnipcusd m!d
und vitlanbli! arti -leata low Unt oin.' ttiiij ilti
Tin- fn,UilBi! ti stinieuiuU from 1 rums u-111
j """uilno in It trac ru-i'.i"a ti-mr the pi.MIc It
1 "w' -"iiniio in n;y bouse 11 oa
'" without It Ccnlialla, 111., Auii'J-t istij. K9.
I Had cualiiK! to ti all itmt k fiulnnd f"t
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1 unvi i;vd (.-inline inciisn inau -lljil-.ts or enfOt, nlu-rn llitdlit in I.aimt-d, ar.d 1 uruil! cl
v, iio roiiii ntniod '!. I lotiiid d'ulluc ode tie
elVeetK.- t'i litm'.iu, 111 , Aupist, liah, 1S?
All U'udliiR KroeiTd wril, tine It, ainl rn n
be, ut all lime, ul tuliiuble at
T5 A. R C Ij AY B J:l O S j
licitils of r'uiuilieK will CkU and Gt n Siurj-Ic, Frw lor Trial, it t onr Stoiv
And it finds J. EURO EI', the Dry Goods King, fully prepared with a tremendous J
of Ladies' and Gent's Tics tho largest ever brought to Cairo a most elegant li;
Linen Cults und Collars, Lidies', Misses and Children's Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear,
sets, Ruches and the latest styles of Fancy
inures; 100 Cloaks, $1,50 to if 10, worth
prices. Now is thu time to buy your Christmas goods. Wo do not advertise whajj
will not' do. Call and examine our stock,
iv iij ij n iij
Underwear, a dozen nice
1 1 n, 1 n
even a Nobby Scarf, a nice!
(5.1 Ohio 'Lov(5o.
OF THE WORLD
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jsii z In onr fuinllr "Coallm-," tu u.-tli lo mai.nfai-".'
for family ue w: hai- nt-r kioun orhianl of.
ffi-sfc r'cU out (-1 eicitlilti-aod carp.-t, etc., ,- i:J
prirti Is Juw an to Iiriejr il wi-Mu tht n ucb o( 1 1
I,. O. CALKINS
in llr.lk, snd ftrtd'y ir Cf-h, K.vitiu thu puMic a
.ail- Rivida llSi- Ha.ip.
warm v.mj tiiCalto acd .r init nru afquointi-d. 1
t (,-! ttilii);, and Khonld be j.-m-rally iisid
inbnrai.d save clothe, und l Inr ip
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IS. JAMKS V.ePA.
!!, aiet ( 1 rfully reoomiri 1111
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wi rk fu'ily e vHl as -olflh. v!;heut its Inju
c, lilM-S', Kortinan 1'alBt Shi, I. C. It
t)i) llitlr ciisti njciH in s few ritjp. Tt !m.v co.
Corner KifiltL St.
j uuti Wushiugton Avci
S ArC HAND, '
Ribbons, Reuuttful Ehiok and Colored
ii ; an elegant line of Dolmans for tho l1;
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