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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLKTIN: WKPNKSDAY MORNING, ' DECEMBER 31, 1879,
4 IX ADVERTISEMENT In 1ll )l'tmn. Al
A live Uiitfiich orK will ) puV.i.rttil twi.1
niUi'vi-rvtuacnloit:! mouth, l.W:Xmiii!hwlllij
,iUii. 6c.'u). Mt'):itim ivantud frew.
J.OST. - ' :
N fcBdillWld PUP t)HHl11l old-
Wckand fct. Anwt ifuji to namaof Jack. Www
I... ..llr.iiiilrifk nllHihi'il. 'A ntllltO'lO tt-
w.ird,!iu nlvou fuf marcliiriilu Woodward jruu
u-, hv t ih nuili.iln nffinn. now from til far-
trtrv. ft Na a. Moilitr. Bahniauu & Co. i.A(u, that wu
v If it a bari'alu.
Cnr-Rtfr, tlieivlnj aud otluT fulonit flxtuiwa fur
! at 1 , l)rnlu. M. -I. UOW Lh .
j IIchI (unit,- wilt,
TlioAubfry projicrtv on Hullironk au ( heap
' 1. nooil t.'unut. M. J.IIoWbKV. U. K. Agent.
T),n-;!li: hmmt) oil 1Mb htrwt. tiftwiva Wi'.lm'.T
mid Cellar, all in food foadltiuu. Imu opulence of
r . Vincent rur larllciil.u :iiny at my fiuiem i
tlm .'jiiuT of 'list and W alien Mivolv
Mi;. 0. l'liimAi n.
0rN.H ami mvuauro of real
I'-tuto lu Ciilro
wbould h rrr thiy liuv a good litlo. I am now
pn-paivd to riirtii.h iibctracti' at H'Mina)i rates.
Olfico in Court Hoiw.
' Actuation lu a private family lya laily to ev.
or aHlt La th car aa-l inatriu'timi of amall chil
dren, or will do llirhl lioase wo-k (Voo.l rofcroncos.
UoxMS, Cairo. 111.
JT U K N K VZl . ....
One KiHt Only.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEC. :tUt.
(.MAS. a, MiPRM,'
28 Yn one Contluiifil Triumph.
Annonnring'th First AtiPtnanoe in this Cltv
la Three Yettr of
DUP11EZ & BENEDICT
. FAMOUS MINS1UKLS
And Royal Biuss B.xi.
in nci liiTRT"'
ACCOMPLISHED VOICED VOCALISTS
IN BAND PARADE.
IX I'AKT FIRST.
(-REATSOSU AND DANCE AlUISTS.
Bl'K!.F.St;K rttlMA 10N VA.
COMICAL KM) MEN.
HKNOWXEI.) VOCAL yclNTKTTE.
WMTLAU l AMOl'S COMEDIANS.
KCCKNTUIC PLEASIXO BAN.IulST.
HI! 1LL1ANT C'LOi. TA Its . a
"VARIED KEATI UICS Otf MKItl T. M
l'niil. jiU il Mule of Family Prl. fs AdojiUd!
TlekoU only - 7.", Wand etc
Hz-jfln-i-d ial old at Hartia.in' ID diiyit In ad
vniir. No extra charge lor M't ko'hI in niiviiuco.
Cbudrn admittvd at U5 cti.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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MNOIS, A Si:C(lNJKI.ASS MATTKK.
OITlCtAL rAl'KIt OP ALEXANDER COUNTV.
Only Morniiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
This is the last Jay in tho olJ year.
. The post office will lie opened from S
tr 9 a. m. to-morrow.
The : ghost show fuUlml its tent uml
stole away yesterday.
Our public sshonlH live lieon closod
since Christinas and will remuiu closed un
' til after New Year's.
Smoke the 'Fuultlcss' tivu lunt ciyar
if you want an extra satisfactory Ktnoke
for. X Kinull amount of money. For sale by
V., Korsmeycr, Ohio Letcc, corner Sixth
- The Sweet Gum Hotel, pf Mouud City,
tli :it stood next to the shipyard, collapsed
uiifht before last, killing two children, fa
tally injuring two person1 and slightly in
juryiug several others.
Tho Kru.KTix job oUiee feels reason
ably proud over tho new tpiarto Gordon
press that was received fiom tiie faclory
ycoterd.iy. A press of small job work ren
dered this addition to the office an absolute
Church of the Redeemer. Thursday
January lt, being the Feast ol the Cir
;umcisiou of our Uleshwi Lord, and tho
Octnvc ( I CliridtumH Day, will b divine
service and a celebration of the Holy Com
imiuiun at 10 a. in.
Jailer dun had his force of jail birds
out yesterday shoveling the mud from the
crossings. The nmn or" woman who don't
feel grateful towards these wretches on n
day like yesterday, Ins no music in his
or her soul.
The -Secretary " of Slate tin December
17th licensed the "Democratic Press Ahso
uitlon of Chester,'' with a capital slock ot
"of 12,000. The incorporators are A. X.
Hpragile, J. '. Johnson, P. S. Dietricfi, S.
P. Mace and CharU M. Wlu-eler. The ob-
ject is to jmblish a newspaper in Chester.
Perry County Democrat: Sixty men
are at work on the new railroad fmm Mir
physboro to Carbontlalo. The road is to run
the cole pveng, 180, now in the 0011110 ot
construction, alwut two miles from Mur
physboro. v'hcre U another set of ovens,
80, goiu up nhar tho depot, on tliti (iresent
MurphyslKiro &iirtxndale line.
Night 'befor'ast aoimi conciCtinles,i
lover of foul depopulated tho lien f'oat of
Jiin Power. Hie theft was committed in
rcuiurkahW quiet and acoPmpluhod man
uer whSch,peaki well for tho ability of the
thief.'', Twouty wan the number taken all
' of them fat, fair and young. No trace hai
yet beeft found of the whcrcabouti of the
; . t lnf ot heu. ,'.
The Postmaster General has been com
pelled to modify his order In regard to in
correctly addressed letters. The new order
authiMizes iKistal ofllutAls to send letters Im
perfectly addresfed, when they know, eith-'
cr personally of by pin tul aiidress, to
their true destination. Sensible.
Tho annual festival of the Uaptist Sun
day School will be held at Turners' , Hall
to-morrow night. ; The main feature of tho
eveluug will be an emblematic concert ex
ercise entitled "Tho Christian Gruces." AVo
ure reiiiiested lo say that all friends of the
school and particularly the parents of tho
children who attend, are cordially , invited
to be present.
AVc are almost daily asked to say
something about this" hole that hole and
'tother hole in the sidewalks, but we now
make the declaration that, though we may
olfend somo of our readers by our silence,
we w on't say another word about the walks.
It would never do to let ourselves loose on
on this, subject. Iso; our opinion on it
woulifn't look well hi print.
An exchange says that diptheria is
now cured in every case with lime. The
first case cured was a child whose life was
despaired of. Small lumps of lime wcro
kept slacking neurits mouth for over a day
nnd a half, until a barrel of lime was thus
slacked. The child was thought to I e dy
ing before this remedy was employed. It
constantly breathed fumes until cured.
. The cold weather or the wet weather,
we don't know which, nnd don't care, has
cracked the pavement around the custom
house building and has done the job up
"fine." The pavement was bad enough, in
factty) bad, before, but now it is still
wors' and men may be seen jumping over
the various puddles with the speed and
dexterity of locomotives in trousers.
- The crossing over Kighth street on
Commercial avenue, on the west side, is an
intolerable nuisance and our street commit
tee should give it Immediate attention.
The avenue Is too high for the crossing, or
the crossing too low for the avenue. At
any rate it is constantly covered with mud
ruuuing on to it from the street. "Kvery
path hath its puddle," is true enough, but
in this instance the puddle hath the entire
Au cletion will be held in the First
ward to-day for Alderman, to fill the va
cancy occasioned by the death of Alder
man O'Callahan. Mr. II. U. Candee and
Mr. Peter Saup were yesterday spoken of
as probable candidates, hut we have no'
positive knowledge that either of them will
seek the office. No candidates having an
nounced tliemaelves, the interest mani
fested, so far, in the affair, has necessarily
been very small and the vote cast to-day
will be very light. . j
Justus Cuuuingham has returned to
Cairo again; ' He did not come to this city
as General Grant came to Chicago and
Philadelphia. No; he came quietly and
decently. Ho is opposed, as are all men of
capacity, to show and noise, and is a firm'
believer in the trucism that empty wagons
do the greatest rattling. Therefore he came
quietly. 15ut hardly has he returned when
his jealous'nvals are already found speak
ing disparagingly of him behind his back.
We have only this to say to these men:
that Justus Cunningham is too much their
superior to be injured by their clatrer and
that he will not belittle himself by throwing
water on drowning mice.
Our streets were muddy and sloppy
yesterday and were a nuisance. A ser. of
diluted mud was seen as tar as the eye
could reach. Dray and wagon mules and
horses splashed mud all over iho pedes
trians at crossings. Everybody was mud
dy. Men wilh pants tucked up plowed
through the mud, children hopped through
it, and women held up their bedraggled
skirts and bravely wailed through, regard
less of consequences, present or prospective.
Yesterday was a nuisance from a weather
point of view. Above dark, murky
clouds were secnj below, as far as the eye
couhf see, nothing but mud could be de
tected. It was indeed, a "bluu Tuesday''
or. more properly, a black Tuesday.
The other evening while Mrs. E. X.
Lovelace, who resides on Tenth street, be
tween Washington and AA'alnut, was on a
short visit at a neighbor's, a thief broke
into her residence by the back way und
"raised cane" generally. The fellow bein
hungry, it appears that he first went for the
cupboard nnd finding therein a prepared
turkey, cakes, and other good things for
the inner man, he did ample justice to
them, throwing thut which Hid not suit his
taste on the Moor. He then ransacked all
the tftmks in the house, taking therefrom
nil the best clothes he could find; and the
open drawer were evidence that he had
searched them for money, but it- had been
accuHy placed and none was found. lie
also exchanged his dirty clothes for the
clean ht found and took the cords from the
window curtains to tie up his booty. The
entrance was obtained by breaking the
kitchen w indow with an nx ana then reach
ing in and taking from the sash the stick
which held it down. Mr. E. N. Lovelace,
who is a carpenter on tho McComb, failed
lo reiHirt the matter to the oftlcers, and
hence no ell'ort has been made to capture
We omitted in our issue of Tuesday, to
notice the aervieos at tho Church of the
Redeemer ou Sunday last, and take the
earliest opportunity to do so. The services
in the morning .were In accord with the
SeaoD,the music being the same as on
Christmas Day Tho Rector preached from
the last verso of tho Epistle for Holy In
nocents Day making a plea for the educa
tion of children in tho Church's ways. ' In
the evening the Sunday school festival ser
vice was held. Tho children entering the
church by classes with their banners, sing
ing as a processional the hymn "Hark, the
Herald Angels Sing.'' A service followed,
during which were sung the following
carols: "Silent Night;" "In the. early
Morning;"-' "Carol, . Carol, Christ
inas;" and "Carol, Sweetly Carol."
The Hector addressed the children and
catichized them, after which they made
their offerings for some special purpose not
yet announced. After the service was
closed with the benediction the rewurds
were given to those who had brought the
most scholars to tho school and to those
who btood perfect on the roll. Misses
Clara White and Mary Hryaul received the
reward for scholars. I,aurt AV'ulbridge,
A'iora Orr and Master Kerth that for per
fect marks. The classes were then called
up and some gifts of good thingsiven to
each scholar as they passed off with per
fect order and decorum and all seemed
happy and plaescd.
Dr. Nowatney came in from Hie cnmi
try yesterday. .
Squire Robinson went to Sandusky
Mr. M. IJ. Harrell will return home to
night from Lebanon, Ohio.
Mr. John Kroderick is in the city cir
culating among his friends.
Mr. Richard Fitzgerald is up and able
to be about again.
Mr. .las. Morris, of Ullin, whs in the
Air. and Mrs. S.S.Taylor are in Spring
field, stopping at the Leland.
Mr. T. AV. AVhitlock lias accepted a
.situation in the dry goods house of (. Hay
thorn. Mr. Louis Herbert is giving his house
on the corner of Tenth and AVashington a
coat of yellow paint, which will, of course,
soon be covered by a more handsome
Harry Lent, who is now at home, met
with a painful accident while dressing a
millstone nt the Paducah Mills. A small
fragment of steel entered the pupil of his
eye that may result in the total loss of its
sight. He is suffering very much from the
effect of it.
BULLET I N ADV EKTIZ E KS.
WHO TIIKY AUK AND WHAT TIIKY 1)0 CON
TlXl'KD KliOM LAST WEDNESDAYS IKS! E.
S. K. WI I.SOX.
besides doing a large general commission
business, deals extensively in lemons,
oranges, cocoauuts, etc. His place of busi
ness is on Ohio Lcveo, ioi- tlie corner of
Eighth street and it is the only place where
such things cau be at all times found. Mr.
Wilson is u young man, who has, by strict
attention to business, fair dealing and low
prices, established for himself a trade and a
reputation that is not confined to Southern
Illinois, and of which any man might very
justly bo proud. He is a gentleman m
every particular, ami that he is a shrewd
business man who watches the fluctuations
in the commercial world as they effect his
business, and who profits by his past expe
rience and allows his customers to do like
wise, is amply proven by the llatlering re
sults that have attended his efforts within
the last few years. To say that he deserves
to be eminently successful is only giving
expression to a New Year's wish that is felt
by all who kuow him and have had deal
ings wilh him.
IIAltKY W Al.liKIt,
mother of our most liberal liners of prin
ter's ink is proprieter of the "Crystal Sa
loon" ou the corner of Sixth street and
Commercial avenue, and is also proprietor
of the "Theater Comique," right next door.
He is an energetic business man and unc of
our oldest Cairoites. He keens one of the
finest billiard saloons in Cairo. His stock
of winea, liquors, cigars, etc., and oysters in
their season, is complete and unsurpassed.
Sonic months ago'he conceived tho idea
of catering to the amusement loving people
of Cairo, by establishing the "Theater
Coiioque" in connection with his saloon.
Tho venture although started merely as an
experiment, has, owing lo the superiority
of the performances given, proved entirely
successful. When Mr. Walker first con
ceived the idea of opening the Comique,
the predictions that he would ftil in his un
dertaking in a week, were nitmcrous nnd
heard the city over; but bj the business
tact and energy which is characteristic of
tho man and by close and personal atten
tion to his iitlairs, Mr. AValker has proven
these rumors false und has fiirther proven
that the Comique is a living concern.
POLICE COURT ITkMS.
Officer AVooten arrested a fellow in
John Rccso's bakery yesterday afternoon
who wa9 threatening to smash tho "juico"
out of the show cases. He was locked
John Laughlin, a pilot, was taken into
camp on a charge of drinking ond Squire
Cumings' taxed him one dollar and tho
usuaf costs, which ho paid und was di
Our police force, including our vigi
lent chief, is au good a force as Ca'yo has
ever had. The lorce is not a largo one and
therefore can't be at nil places at all times,
but the officers who compose it ure all ex
, eel lent men for the places they till.
Tho total number ot arrests made by
the police force from tho 1st of December
to date', is ouo hundred and twenty-six.
This does not include parties arrested for
offenses agrdust the Btato laws, of which
there have been seven or eight. 1 '
Tho negro Iwy who was arrested about
u week ago by Ofilcer Monroe Wootten for
stealing sacks from Hulliday Bros, mills
was yesterday brought before Squire Os
born for trial. Ho was held under a fifty
dollar bond and returned to jail to await
Tho first and only case en the docket
in Justice Robinson's court yesterday, was
that of Ada Hanley, a Fifth street nymph,
who was arrested the night before by
Officers Hogan and Dunker. Ada was
charged with visiting a Commercial avenue
saloon, or tippling house, and knowing that
she was guilty, pleaded guilty and was
lined five and the "inevitables," making a
sum total of $7 50, which she paid.
.las. Thomas is the namo of the man
whom Officer Wootten arrested day beforo
yesterday for chasing women and girls up
town. He was given a hearing before
Squire. Osborn yesterday and having no ex
cuse for his action, his honor fined him tcu
dollars and costs fourteen dollars in nil.
Nut befittr ul.lo lo py liu was permitted to
joia the street gang and will earn his board
for a few days to conic cleaning the cross
ings. A day or two ago an item appeared in
The Ri'li.etix in which it was stated that
the night police were practically under the
charge ot no ono in fact were ruuuing
loose, without anyone to direct their move
ments, or in case of imniergeucy to give
instructions. In making this statement wo
were in error. John P. Hogan is sargeant
of the night police, and in the absence of
Chief Lallue, has full control of the move
ments of the lorce. It may bo further
stated that the officers on duty during the
night are required to report to the sargeant
at least three times, and at stated hours,
during the hours of duty.
On last Friday evening a trio of color
ed men went in Black's shoe store on Com
mercial avenue, and while Mr. B. was
showing one of them a pair of brogaus, the
other two went through the money drawer.
securing between seven nuJ ten dollars. 0;i
Sunday Chief Lallue and Officer Schuck-
ers succeeded in capturing the leader of the
party one John Duunell and locked him
up in the city jail. On Monday morning
while Jailer Cain was attending the wants
of the prisoners under his charge, Dunuell
slipped out ami succeeded in making his es
cape, though the Jailer sent several bullets
after him. On Monday evening a case con
taining a dozen or more Freucb harps was
stolen from Mr. Dun. Hartman's store, and
the police have substantial reasons for be
lieving this same man Dunnell to have been
implicated in this second offense. Dunnell
left the city late Monday night on the
steamer AV. P. Ilalliday, and his capture, tor
tlie time being ut least, is given up.
XEW YKAIl n DANCE.
The Delta City Fire Company will give a
social dance nt their engine house Thurs
day evening, January 1st. All well dis
posed people are cordially invited to attend.
Tickets 50 cents.
Duprcz tfc llenedict's famous minstrel
troupe gave one of their unrivaled enter
tainments at the Athcncum this evening.
This is one of the most complete minstrel
organizations on the road. They muke
good singing a speciality and their pro
gramme includes burlesque opera, new bal
lads, pantomine and Ethiopian perform-
inces. AVe clip the following notice from
The ever popular Duprcz & Benedict's re ¬
nowned minstrels drew one of the largest
audiences of the season last night, and gave
us one of the best und most original min
strel entertainments ever given in this city.
fliero 19 no minstrel troupe now traveling
which has kept together and maintained
its organization so long as this famous
company. Their reputation extends from
tho gulf to the lakes, and lroin trio Atlantic
to the Pacific, as they have traversed al
most the entire continent. jTowuuda i Pa.)
THE K. M. K. C's., LAST NKU1T.
AVo were unable to be present at the per
formance of thelv.M. K. C's., last night,
but were told by- tho.e who witnessed the
performance that the boys did unexpectedly
weM and not only pleased, but delighted the
large audience which had assembled to see
All knew their parts to perfection and as a
natural consequence the whole affair passed
oft' pleasantly and smoothly, without a
AVe would be much pleased to accord each
sepnrarely the praise due, but tind this im
possible and must coutent ouielves by say
ing that all ot the members engaged in the
performance covered themselves with cred
it und that a better pleased audience per
haps never left tho Atlieneunu The ap
plauseVas frequent and hearty.
Elder Perkins informs us that the con
cert given by the congregation of the A.
M. E. church uuder his direction was a
success iu ' every senso of the word. A
largo audience greeted them ou Monday
night, composed largely of our best white
peoplo, both ladies and gentlemen ond the
repeated npplauso umply demonstrated that
all that was done was highly appreciated.
AVo were unable to bo present outsell", but
have been told by several citietis that a
show richer with fun was never before
giveu iu the Athcncum. The nmouut clear-
In Selecting a Christmas Gift
Lover, remember that something in the way of mi
Oyercoat, a Dress Coat,
A Nobby Pair of Pantaloons, a half dozen Dress
Shirts, a nice Suit of Uiderwear, a dozen nice
Linen Handkerchiefs, even a Nobby Scarf, a nice
Scarf Pin, a Silk Umbrellji, a pairSilk embroil f
ered Suspenders; would be very acceptable an
beautiful Christinas Gift. " 0
Remember this is the Liveliest Clothing House in South-,
em Illinoir. Don't buy anything worn by mail or boy Avith
out first seeing Prices, at. the most Popular Clothing Hon)
Tho" Oiily I3oss.
cd is fifty-five dollars and Elder Perkins
expresses the hope that ho will be able to
give a similar performance about two weeks
from date. If the Elder should conclude
to do this, he may depend upon a full
house firstly, because his show is a good
one, aud second!, because it is given for a
good purpose the rebuilding of the A. M.
SOME BUSINESS MEN
wuo no ;.'ot awkuti'k in "'its uulu-hn,
UL'T WHO lit DO! NO KO WKI11T rNCP.t.VSK
It. W. MIU.KR,
who docs a large commission bujiBcs on
Ohio levee, between Fourth anl Sixth
streets is one of the substantial and influ
ential citizens of Cairo. His .business is
carried on on a large scule handling rlour,
hay, graio, etc., and we take pleasure in
recommending him to deulei s abroad, a a
conscientious, wide awuke business iv.au.
His correspondents may rest assur-.d that
nil consignments made to him will red ivi:
the closest attention and will be .old for
the best interest of his customer.
STIR la i.ETU SflK0.-.
Among the best of our leading wholesale
liquor houses is the houe of St-ckf?etli &
Bross, who deal largely iu their line, keep
ing on hand a fiuc stock of brandies, whis
kies, domestic and foreign wines, a'c.i and
gins, which they sell at tho lowc-t price.
They are ready to till nil orders from tlie
city and country iu a prompt aud sti -fac
tory manner, and, in all instances they guar
antee entire satisfaction to tluir patrcc-.
C. '. ULfiHEs,
is o:ie of the prominent Insurance men of
Cairo who enjoys the conSd.-rce of all c.r
citizen.. He has for years represented a
number of the most substantia! Insurance
companies in the United Sta'.es that by tl o
pn.mpt payment of losses have gained the
confidence of our people. lie is a geutlu
niau of intelligence and high moral chime
ter and by inuriug with him, iu the compan
ies he represents, our citizens may depend
upon it that their losses will be paid
promptly and in full.
woop KtrUNt'oisK t in 1),
The above named firm do an cx'.ei:siv.'
trade as commUs'iuti merchant. dealing
especially in flour on Ohio levee, between
Sixth aud Eigth ..treats. Their ccniiiiisi.n
trade come from many states, their
pendents au I customers being numbered
by the hundreds. They are ready -to lill all
orders for dour at the earliest possible mo
ment and arc equal to any emergency in
the way of largo demands for the same that
can possibly arise. Tho member- ol this
firm know their buoiness, aud ure among
our most enterprising and rcpcetci mer
chants. '. VIM I'M,
the dealer in lime nud cement on Eighth
Mreet, near Ohio levee, is one ot our oldest
and most respected rttixem who, though
he has since hi. residence here, met with
reverses, is now regarded as ouo of our sub
stantial men. flu always .has en hand a
large stock of lime und cement which he
CH'.RISTM.AS AT HAND,
And it finds.!. lil.'UGFH, the Pry Goods King, fully prepared with a tremendous stock
of Ladies' and Cent's Ties the largest ever brought to Cairo a most clegaut line of
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J.itien ruus ana uunirs, i.a'.ues , niis-es ana c.uu.ircu s uo-iery, wiovos, unuorwrar, cor
sets, lluches and the hafest styles of Fancy Ribbons. fna?it '. ) Black and Colored Cash
meres; 100 Cloaks, $1,00 to $10, worth $14 : an elwm! u:, of Dolmans for the lowest
prices. Now is tlie time to buy your Christmas good AV. lo not advertise what wo
will not do. Call and examine our stock.
(I. BUUGEU, .1.4 CWmorcial A.vo.
for Father, Brother, Sou or
O J Ohio Levee.
sells at the most re-a39ob!e rate-, (iia.
house is the only one ot" it kind in Cairo
and merits the liberal patronage it is receiv
ing. A. HAI.U
ha been in the haidware bu-siues-for n.a;.y
years and know how to conduct it. His
hoiisa should h; visited by all who denire
to buy hardware ft any iecr.'ption. His
wares are selected with gnat can and
nought at the lowest figures that can be
obtained. Orders' from the country me r
chants will be hT.cd to the satisfaction of
those. who s-n i them. Tl.e stock of a,'ii
culturul implement of this house i '.urg-j
an 1 complete.
N. 11. TlfKTl :.Vixt i i:K.
This firm dors a large comiHirsiiin !:-'
j ue.- one of the largrst in the city, th it
I extend throughout thi.- a:il the dj,;tjig
j t ;. They deal ltrge'y hi -hay, hV-ur,
grain and produce ef eve ry de.cr:pti...n.
Parties assigning i to the above iritned
house will find that the !ii;Jiet tiv;rk"t
price wili be receiv-'d for such con-'n-ments.
TbUfirm js i on-tantly pMeil a4 f.,
fluctuation in thu a;.irkt and keep their
customer constantly advised. They !
Lien who ruc-rit all the trad.' they nwive
aud vi:) never loose a cuitomei.
Having dNstivcd p.trtr.ciship with J-'...i
Major, we have opened a' hp on Coinincr.
1 V. avenue hetftecu 1 1 til a:id 12th s'.ivet.
XV. kin I of carriage, bui'--. plow. i,v. 1
wagc-a. aia ail kinu of eUq? . took ml. I
picks, etc., u.ade to order, and r'-p:iii;:g
lone pr-.-mMly and cheaply. ''" jea's
practice sad expert' nee enable it to gti-w-anteu
ui'. work to give tif:i-tiou. Bugiiy
painting and tnmr.'.ing done at price t
suit the time. Mr. P.
tnr.k:r. i connected with u and i
y reo-ly to accommodate cu.-tomet.
MosKsTi:-sjKit A Sons.
Tiie residence of H"urj-xA'el!
i;:g right lots, a riue two storv I
i tea rooms in
j ood twn-stor'
goou repair, large CL-teru,
able, fruit tree-, etc.. titk'
peU'ect. AVe will sell at public auction U
the h5ghct bidder, $lOiH) cash, balance in
three and five years. Sale will take place '
January 1st, lsO.at 11 o'clock, a.m., oa
1 t1(; prcu-i.i, corner 'of Holbriunk av. ine
and 2th street. Or will sell at private sale
at our ofiee hi tlie couit house.
M. Easi i kdw A Co.
Ileal Kstate Ageat.
AVintku I Upon t and every person
muit be supplied with good boot or shoe.
The place to buy them is at C. Koch's 6hoo
store, No. 1)0, Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, where you will al
.ways find the ber ot St. Louis and Cincin
nati hand-made boot and shoes on hand
mid sold very tow. The public will find it
to their interest to call and examine prices
and goods before purchasing elsewhere.
Also, always ou hand a complete stock of
leather and findings.
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A Handsome. Vest,
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