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rilH fiAILY (JAIUO l'ULLi:TIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUAKY 1. 1330.
M, AlVKRT!?KMKM la til i-.!tnli. of
(We lim .i r. in f ir i: .fi! fnry.i
i !)! . ,vr. ti.K. iv.mu: 1 m.nt!i. l a -.t; t wine
Mll lUll'.e. Sl.dO I'l''' ill .mill, tviiil (Will
Itne IKs-iv tUs:l.iu naiited
. I'lHi'iiV.uml 'lip lx iinmlln "l-l WMM'
lie. k and leei Aui-wfi-lin! 1" iiniiifM .Iiii-U "iinn
tn-H-n foliar--pti.Ucrl; iillaehi'il A MliluMe re
ward In- v;iivu for hu ririuru i nounanl Iron
We liava at the !ulltitlti enVe. new liom tin- lai--lory,
No . MokIit. Hmiiiitiiiii Ji i ii ..f'. Wat '
nil) ad I it a bargain.
Cunler. "helv'tn:,. and other nilimti tmiiro loi
u!e al l.aratu. si. .1. in' i.r.i".
Ill's! M!!lll' ilgl'lll
I'uli II KM".
Tin' Auliri'v iiin'Kft mi lliill'iuii'; mi- lnap
lo iiul t. nam. M..I. 1. .Jl. fc. ACt'MI.
nwi 'lhu. I ..IK.' 011 I.Vli "tri'i-l. ! lwc. -i -.ltnit
mi. I IV'ilur. all ill ZrOli eullililioll . Lull' resiilciiee "1'
V Viiiri'iil Cor parlliillnrs rippiy at luy riViilr-in e.
on ike i-oi.uf i'f i!li I a'ad Wnlaut lm'i
Mif.. C. I'.ltHiAl M
OflNHii- mill pun liastira nl" leal elate 111 Cairo
Mhuuld In- ir thi i- lime l'iwmI tltli'. I nin now
un iimi il lo fiiriiith :tMr:irl "1 reiumiiahlo rule,
1 V KSTI!I!I)AV
Oill.'i- in i'iimi-i 1 1 u -t .
THE DAILY JUJLLETTN.
itM Kr.KD AT Til I. INOT OKI 11 1! IS I'AIKO. II.
MNOIh. As si TOM H I. Ass MATTKIt.
ol-yh 1 a i. ;U'i:: of alI!:; a.ndki! corvrv.
vn! y Ifoniinif Dail) in Southern Illinois.
ti. SM Alt Tl'T., I
Caip.ii. III.. lieeember al IsTU.
Time. Bur. Ther. Hum Wind. Vil Weather,
11 ::i.i'i r,
J 111., fl.to V.' Ha X I -J
Maximum Temperature, -i't ; Hiniraum Tom
pemt'ire. as: ; Hiontall, tl.lil urh.
W. II. KAY.
Srri'l Signs', Colli. I'. S. A.
4JEXEUAL LOCAL ITEMS.
A IIAITY MOW Yr.AII TO Al.l..
Km- the twelfth time iii it life Tin; I!ri.
t.irix w-'kIicx it itili''iiw nno friMnk u ilup
oy N..-W Yi-.ii'.
llou.T. W. llalliilnv i in Spiiuuticlil.
The Sun lilts joineil the U'tini; :nnl now
Hjiortf. n piiti-nt inside.
Till? Mi tlVals sit tllP lln'l"!' Wfic
3;iti" lii'ty odil yotfulsiy.
- )iiut7. iiiul licneilictV iniiistivKnit iij)
attli- St. Clonics ihirin"; tln'ir sl.iy licic.
- Tlio fi'llow wlio stole .Jim P-'Wrrs' liens
is inviitliintr the IVi-i; air nl' lufavi'ii.
The Hoit";!i ami Rumly lire com pa in
linii u very enjoyable d a nee at ll'v-ir !i:iil
1 L ' .1
-( io to the I'ostnltiiv IVmn S toil tl,i,
lU'jininn. It will he closed tin- l.iiiinuv nl'
A yrcat ile;tl of ilrit't wi'miI is now
jiassin ilowii our rivcis causnl ly the
DiEK.-lii ('-.lii-o. U'C.:;o, l.sl!). Mis.
Miirtha A. Morgan, wife .J' I J. M. Morgan,
in the 2;d year 01 liei -ae.
For tin' acconiniiKhiMoii ol' the kuricrj!
MiMi'', tin; si.yi.al servici has plaoinl a in-w
Jmlli;tiu luinrd at tlitI'lanter's house.
Alt!uiiii;h .Iniler ( 'nine is in very poor
lk'allll he was yc-stenl ly out. ayiiiu with hi-s
iriiiitf of prisoners cIcaniiiL; thu cnisiiriji.
The poetry, liy Kut(; , in another
voiuiiiti, will lie I'iiuihI Dot ouly inteivstini.',
Iiut posscsseil of extraordinary merit.
Mr. J. C. Medley, of .Medley's landiii!;,
and well known to our people ns a heavy
jii'-iin dealer, was 111 the city yesterday.
The business ti liisaeted in Sijuire Os
wv.n' court yesterduy, was all of a civil
nature-- criminal lmdiie.s liciii a hlraner
Clia-. Iii rry aud Jim Uyan were arrest,
ed for disoideily conduct ycsierdiis, hvn a
lnMiiiW liel'ore Sipiire I'oinins uiul encli
liiii.-1 five (iullars ami rusts.
1-Yepoil Hull.-tin: Miss Carrie Kiinlill,
vyho is coniiecteil -.villi tin: (Wo. III., pule
lie schools, is sjienil'ui die holidays with
Oer piu-eilN iii this eily.
y -To-day is the tild of the niou'di, luit
1lle collections INlllllly made mt tie.' til'ht
will not take plaia owiny; to tin- fact that
liiivness, generally, will li.- su-ni.-inleil.
-A&Tiik Iti i.i.iaix a lone; time auo
ire.jicled he would. Mr. Meniy Winter hns
opened a yioc-en- More in the Huse Saup
1)ui!diny, le-xt door to KIul"''s grocery.
--The K. M. K. ('., r'nli.-d lutween
twenty-five and thiny dollat. IVnm their
penorniuiice in tne tiieitrc lue.u ,v n 1 nut .
The boys deserve to do liciter. hut ihen--'
Asocial hoji was iuduhved in by the
Hibern'miis last nijjlit. in their hall. (I.ul
iuuhc whs on hand to whieli a t;oiniiy
crowd Wept time ami danced tin- old yen
away. A UinpHtck was lereivcd fioni St.
Louis yesterday, ordering the Anuie 1'.
Silver to come to Si. Louis. It i, tljouyht
that the liver is now fuflieicntly clear to
admit of tliib.
New Year's L'inr ulw.ul the only liolli
, :a day that the employed ofTiir; IJti.i.n is
take any inUrcrt in,nopiiir will be issued
j.: from tliiHoflice to-inoiTitw. The jolt ofliec
Ijowevei will be open ad to-dny.
Happy '('Vr Vcar to all. 'J'ako
VAiilflesa"1 clsar. ( vour own cvdhusi.
Th hest cicrar In the market. Onlv five
. ' cents. ' For aale bjr F. Koniuieyiji , Ohio
; I.eree, corner Sixlh tret.
Mi'. J. r.Mucllerin playing the iimhiik
on the Zitlici Tuesday cveiiiii; had to tinker
lu win wi'h a badly harerated index l!n
ecr, but the tones were so correct that the
audience did not untie itnylliina nut of the
As will be -e;-n fly a noiice cl-ewhere
in this isiiie our variou. bakers have agreed
upon one price for their bread, cnl.es. eb:.
If the price laentioned in the notice is un
advnm-con the old prices for these ymuls
wc are not aware of it.
Among the many other thing to be at-
tended to tn-dny. nialie a note of the fact
that a line residence itlu property of Henry
Wills i will be sold at II a. in. id
auction. Terms easy. See advertisement
in another column.
A roiiuh and tumble tight occurred at
the corner of Sth and Commercial yesterday
nfleninoii between two river men. No cause
could be iccribcd for tin-difficulty but that
the two had aboard too tiiuch lighting
whisky. No arrests were made.
At twelve o'clock last night the old
year was whistled out by all the engines of
our railroads and thev were joineil by the
whistles of the mills and Tiik Hi u.ltin
office. The bells of our various lire com
parties rang it out and boys and men milled
their share of in use with pistols and guns.
The thief who broke into Mr. Julius
Serbian's dwelling -a few dues ago, has not
vet had a hearinir the injuries he re
ceived being of too serious a nature to per
mit it at present. The fellow received a
very severe blow over the head, us he de
served. This is the extent of his injuries.
Thos. Clark, not our blacksmith, but
another Clark, was yesterday, after quite an
effort, arrested by Officer Wims and brought
before Squire Comings fur trial. The charge
against Thomas was abusive language and
I'm- forgetting; that ".speech is silver, but
silence is gold." the Squire lined him ten
One of our up-towu citizen yesterday
entered the yard of a neighbor and took
therefrom a young rooster which lie claimed
was his properly. The neighbor claimed
the rooster was his own. a.nd becoming
indignant at the citizen who took the roos
ter from his yard stiel him for tres
pass. The trial 'till cOme oil' to-morrow.
A very disastrous fire occurred m Pa
ducah day before yesterday. The entire
Atlanta block wa destroyed and the prin
cipal loose rs are : Uliodes & Mobbs, dry
gnods; ,T. J.Ciut'arii', dry goods; ,las. Ilium,
dry gnods. and ft. UethkolV, saddlery. The
aggregate insurance on buildinu- and con
tents amounts to fVi.tiOo.
At the next meeting of the council that
body should take under consideration the
budding of an approach to Hie cistern of
the Hibernian fire company. One hundred
dollars were appropriated by the council
for the cmstructinnol the cistern, but it
will prove entirely worthless for public
purposes, unle-s an approach is built there
to. Mr. I'cter Saup was elected Alderman
if the i-'ir-t wa.d yesU nlay. receiving seventy-two
votes. It will be seen by the num
ber nf voles cast that but little
interest was taken 1:1 til1' elcctum and it
passed oil" as we predicted quietly, line
vote was cast for .lones, twj for llogau and
nne fur Kidman --makinu the tot d number
of votes cast 7U.
The Kveiiing Situ la-t niylit made its
appearance with a patent iaside and en
larged. The paper makes a much better
appeal ar.ee in its new shape which is really
an improvement. Th; liui.i.KviN entertains
only the kindest feellugs tovunU iis editor
and publisher and hopes, us :i New Year's
wish, that the improvement miy be appre
ciated by its readers.
lhipiv and IJ-.-ncdiot'.s miutreis who
exhibited at the Ather.iutn last night drew
a very large hou-ic. Our citizens who went
to see them evpected to see a first-class iri.
slrel show and they were not disappointed,
for every man in the tmuji i a star in his
particular line and is '-hard to beat.'' The
pi'ffoniiai'ee as o-wn last niglit won!. I bear
several ni','lit's repetition and draw full
-The services which weie held in the
Herman Lutheran ch'ire'i lat night were
well attended. IJ -ides the older people a
goodly crowd of Sunday Schi.s.l scholars
were present and. after .service were over,
each youni. soul was ms.de happy by be-'
coming the recipient of its share nf the
various itood I liin.'s which still utaeed the
Christmas tree. The service were of n
very impressive character.
Mr. .las. lie-hen.s and Thos. Mack. tw.
sovereigns without color, after dark the
other dav concluded to t aenuaiuti d a
little with the people of our city. They
smut fnuud a few choice fellows willing to
help them and started out together. Hut
.lames mid Thomas soon became exceeding
ly mellow for w hich thev were arrested ami
kicked up. They weie. before Sqii'im Com
ings yesterd jy for tiial and were each fined
on.' dollar uud costs.
--Yc give placu elsewhere to a card from
Mr. Galligher, which accuses one ofourolli
cers with taking hi, mule to Mound City and
leaving it theri'. ''There arc two sides to
all questions" it 'is t-aid, aad it would bo
strauge indeed should this be an cxr.cptinn
lo Ike general rule. We sr.. informed by
thu officer tlut he was ou an importaiit
missioii, in which much haste waa required
and Mr. Oallijjlttr'a iurd fn'dywe' hi:u to
Mtuul Ci'y. AiUiviiAjh bu w.u io
great haste, hi' sii.s, he several timea dis
niounted from his horse and attempted to
drive the mule back but was not miccess
full in his attempt,
An est huugo has (he following bit ol
interesting reading: "The Kin Iter days
of the prceul calendar quarter of the year
occurred on the Klth.Olh undr.'lst of Decem
ber. According to the old German rule
of marketing produce, whenever ember
days occur in the latter part of the month,
especially in May and December, the price
of grain unci produce will be higher; and
should these days, which arc observed by
fasting, occur earlier in the mouth, the con
dilion of the market will be reserved. Old
Ocrniaii farmers believe these to be never
tailing signs. What effect this may have
on the grain market, we are unable to
clearly comprehend, notwithstanding the
rule holds numl this season. In 1880,
ember days occur early in the months of
May mid December, ami as a consequence,
if Ihis rule never fails, look out for a de
cline in the price of produce."
Some time ago we were informed by
Officer Sheeluiii that he was on the truck of
the theives who robbed Mr. Jus. Johnson of
his money mid gold watch but were not
permitted, to give the information to the
public since the publication cf the fact
would have interfered witli. the officer's
plans. And now, after it great deal of
watchfulness and corresponding he has suc
ceeded in landing into our county jail one
f the fellows implicated in the robbery;
and the watch, which Mr. Johnson values
at one hundred and fifty dollars, is now on
its way to this city from Memphis at which
place it had been sold by one of the thieves,
The fcTlow who was connected with the
robbery and whom Officer Sheehau yester
day arrested and lodged in the county jail,
is a negro named Willis and is a strong
man, about six feet in heighth and with
full whiskers. A very good idea is enter
tained by Officer Sheehan as to w ho the
other thieves are, and, doubtless, ere long,
they too will find their way into our county
Mr. Kdilor: I wish you would please
insert this in your paper: one of our county
constables and his father went to Mound
City to look for J. Cheeney's mare and they
took their neighlsir's mule up there and
left it knowing well w ho owned it; then
they sent a man, I suppose their partner to
my wife, wauling $10.00 or $13.00 tu bring
the mule home. If that is what you call
city officers 1 would like to know it. The
city better eh ft men that are men and not
such as thev are. Mis. P. O.u.i.inEr..
SO.MK III'SINKSS MKX
WHO o NUT AOVKKTlsi; I.N THE KrLI.KTIX.
1H.T 110 BY IX I Nil SO Mli.ItT t.VCIIKAsK
T If l'!1 1! IU sMs.
O. ll WlltltliS.
In the dry goods line the above house is
the equal of any in the city. It is situated
on Commercial avenue, between Sixth and
Seventh streets and is full of customets
early and late and the very best of atten
tion is paid to everybody who enters it.
The price asked for all goods are moder
ate, as hnv as such goods can be purchased
in any city and invatiably give satisfaction
to customers. The house is a mart ol busy
life and proves conclusively what men of
business tact and taleutcan accomplish.
No person can pass the business
house of Dan Hartman, on the corner of
Sixth and Commercial without discoveritiQ
that it is doing a lively business. During
liie holidays, this house is the headquarters
for tojs of all kinds and descriptions and
is headquarter for crockery, quecnswaiv,
etc. Mr. llni ttuitn, also, keeps a complete
stock of notions that are always fresh and
which he sells at very low figures. He
has gained the confidence of a4l our people
by fair dealing arfd we heartily recommend
him to our citizens.
the poplar boot and shoemaker, l.as his shop
ou Commercial avenue, between Sixth and
Seventh streets. Mr; Jones is a llrst-class
workman himself and employs none but
tirsl-class men. His work invariably gives
satisfaction as to lit and quality uud his
price is as reasonable as that of any shot -maker
in the cify.
liliMWitM; ,v I.OslAW ti;u.
The intelligence, energy and cuterpiise of
this lirm has met with the success that such
qualities are bound lo achieve even-where.
This, coupled with a large capital, ever
ready to take advantage of a weakening
niHiket, place them on such footing that
they can sueces, fully compete with mer
chants nt luune or abroad. Wo take pride
in recording the honorable career of Gold
stincA llosen water, in our midst and will
merely add that the prosperity of such men
means the prosperity of Cairo.
hus within tins lust few years come
forward us one of our most substantial
business men. He is proprietor of u soda
factory and ulc bottling establishment on
thu corner of Fourth street and Commercial
avenue, and is in daily receipt of car loads
of ah' and beer foe which he hns a ready
demand both in this city and others in thu
adjoining stales. I he immense success
with which he has met within the short pe
riod that he hits been in business proves
him to be it business man of much merit,
I'Al liCI. W lit II,
the Commercial avenue druggist,, is one of
our most substantial uud ituccessful business
:u'.u. Ills stoic is the htmdsouKst bud-
ness house in the city ami its trade is equal
to that of any. It is cue of the ' hcus-.'s
where business is driven to its fullest ca
pacity mid age has increased its prosperity.
Its stock embraces a complete' line of
drugs, patent medicines, t.hcntitlcs, fatcy
articles, etc., of the last quality. Preset ip
tions are carefully coinpcur.dcd and custom
ers are always cu;;teou.dy treated. TL
purity of the drugs nf the hote of ivii
C. Schuli is never questioned.
STIt.UToN A Ultlti,
wholesale grocers on Ohio icee,
Fourth and Sixth strei ts, have for
Iter of year.-, stood high on tiiC
wholesale firms in thia citj.
treated alike here; the old, yovig ex
perienced are treated the same .is e.. ert '.
There are levy, if any, busims- I rr.v i in
the coiniueivia! woild doing bivne-s ti
more just principles thau ti e he-;.r i f
Stratton k liird. 'ii:yii:g in et,;.r ,;-.;t:i-lities,
they get their goods at ; e k-v.i-.t
figures und their custon.ns g-'f " !,, ;.. it
AMtlit.W 1 .01 (It.
is a man who stands high in the est.ii : ;'ii;n
of all who know bin and who.se thctniigh
acquaintance with.and close attci.tior. to.'.;:,
business has made hint one of our Le st
successful men. Dtsides the manufacture
of soda water ho does u ve;-y larg, bud-
ness in ales, importing, botiliu a:.d t
ping it by car ioads. All pcrtis
outside of the citv and I
anything in his line can
that their orders to him will
attention and satisfactory result
'I'D Bi: IHMiM'l.ii,
CAIIKIKK'SNKW YEAlt'S O-.rCTIN..
A fcnppy New Year l.rca;
The Carrier to you tends,
Mny you live louj kb jirn;
And littvo a huM of trier.-M
May Ik'jwii's rirbf si Me- :i . ,
Owivi UnM! your h -uJ.
Aud in the iialiit of virtu-;
May you ami your' be Wd
May t!ii year f.ji yo i. wb:: ..j.i .
ibow profit inoic tbaultii.
Aud Krt iilh to iou he -a
To bear your ev ry vros
Tlio jjooit nu!v jou th; nl i
Ans-!hi'lp yon to k pp firui.
From intern i. niati aai vi. ,.
May your U'.-t f.n.-v. rti;-u
And no tW- tr,.ty orirut
Aayoaln 'i-a-cu uf r.vw
(lv?r jour "lea mini b:vak(s
Th oail Bci'.ktis p-TU;c.
May you nut lor- -t tb Currier
Wbobriuirs iliis !ie eie:t to y. .
Who. It !u- '.;; tb: i.oir.:i i-.
AVili ervt o i nidlru
la .-CTHJur'a beat and w;u:rr'. . . '
He scr'.in you .st yu j.- iie
t'tilei". you e.-!)-r s.i isd-Jtrif.
Hi- ifill h.- tii'.-..- lerf.i-
A ?u for th!.. faithful f f. :i
.such a pitta;)( " U jii- ; .
I!e cau't afford a !i..vir
L .i n on Ihic Xew Y: .-'t Da.
If alyour (lonf, to CO.- sijj''. . .r.
Is added a bright co n a n.
The t r.rrli r bo) . with ma. iy tui.iv.
Wl',1 inaki; his hrst h,v tu y
Caiko, III , Jay. 1st. IsSn.
wxo, j:lo thk bki.:
Tlif toiliui; bell, the old year's
Has marked the pniug hot.::
As summer day, hen passed
Is mutinied by loliliaa rlo -r
The loillnjry'-Hi's! the tu!linr ti-ar!
The desiTt'shuiniuj: trsi i -The
love grown eulit. the crk-l'-aati:: 1
Ah! would vtvrali litem tU' kr
Then let him lie, the old mui di .
Iii-'pite their power uiul pria,-;
Then let him leeji -.anilehs'.l w.- ,
ti er hopes that w ith him ilii i! '
llii'e, riuy the boll? ! rlai;, r!a.-r i.-1 .'
Uintrall tile hells tn-d;i ;
(live roltaje wall, aud pil'aii,! I..!.,
t)h! mm thy hri;liteBt ray.
Tin- birds bun' tlown. lb" rl(.wr :
The mom mill li-ru lie eo!,l.
r.enratli the t'rol, their tn'iuiv lo-i.
To "Ireniuli't's shore, aud niol'l.
Ye' will ivp meet, ami sniin i i
The fi.iry ehilttl'.ltn form -Kirn:
hi'llii aj;.'iln, he eiciic lo r rui.
Through ciinshiii;'. and lhroii:,'.u
Iles of diillhl, may j.'M.'''t our !?:.',
I.onu sought wllh weary qai-s!
T!ie' horn l.ln;r. nh! tuny I" lirie..,
Sweet iieai-e, and smillne rest
(il'iel'nt the liiiuii, I urns ii-uin l-v ,;
And dries the falliln.' tea:-:
The ehiiil at play, will hail the il . ,
That brings tli glnd New Veitr'
The hiij;li!' brealh. Iiir o'it lie.1 ,'.' i.-.t
Will echo siweWiliil eli'iir,
I ii i-aaip sway, to greet the d.e ,
Tin' hirtii diiynf iheyciu.
Oil ! vvuiiili rer come, burk In liii- !e, -i -,
To hive, and pen'.-e reciori'd
I'-'." r thy il.-'ir I'aee, w e've kepi tin" a'.s .
Ili-lde our fiither s lumrd.
Il'.'lurn, return. our it.'jrl- ti!! yi.i::i.
Thy lonjj. lout voli c to hear;
Come in thu nii;hl. eoine In the lij'.
Come wllh the hillit Now Yesr!
(Hi! friinileslmni-d.oh! fnud so('ii ,."i!
Hear ye the bell tones deep
H Ii ii 11 I'rlendHlilp die, uud liiirieil ii,-,
Where ull the willows weep;
Itolurn, ri'tiiru -to rrlndshlp' urn.
The fairest flower we'll briny;
And Orient utream, wind Ihifta h .mi -,Mni t
Conii' wllh Hie nevi horu kliie.
oh! fair yoiinu.veitr, a "inlle in t.-ic-.
Oust Unmet or rosea lrt ti y. r
1,'ins, linx Hie bclln. tins all Hi,' li !.
And hall the new bora kliic!
t'llnlnj!to Ifope. on i-anh we uin;i,
Mill waiting unbora years;
home day al ln"t, our ti luls part.
We'll rest from doubt anil i ii.
.I inu.iiy Istlsso.
K si K W
WiNTi.it is L'rox is mid ctery peixm
must be supplied w ith good boots or shoes.
The place to buy them is nt ('. Koch's rdmc
store, No. 00, Commercial avenue, between
Fifth nnd Sixth streets, where you will al
ways find the best ol St. Louis and Cincin
nati himd-inade boots and shoes on hand
and sold very low. The public will lind it
to their interest to call and examine, prices
Mud goods before purchasing elsewhere.
Also, always ou hand a complct'i sto,.!i of
leather and liudiugi.
A POKM liY TUl'JKV.
The below poem which we eli frmi cue
of our rdigii-utuxchiiiigi-i i.i fnuu the pen
cf Iwv. D. II, Tatacy, vdio mime y-ar
ago :t sided iu ti.ia city. Ar.ytl'dr.g from
bis pen wrul l prove of j:,Mcsr to nur read
ers uud !ie::c.. w g-'.-e i(: pi,,,.-,. ;,, ... co;.
JlV MO'lTi ,6 .
take u.( li.i:i, au.! ton.'li lUe :rjnii
Vlbraliiii ou Its cLouIh -wy mulli" '
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CMIM.STMAS AT 11 A X 13,
And it finds J. JU'lUii:;:, t !.'. Dry G00.K King, fully prepare J with ,t ta'uitu liu-st, ,
of l.a.iies' and t o ut's Ti:-s -t!;1; '.;,'o;est ever brought to Cairo --a nuist tleaii;. ,,'
l.inen Cuffs and Collar-. l,a I'u-.', Mis-es and Children's Hosiery. 0i"ves. I'adcrwi.'ar, ( n, -s"(s,
lluehesiiiid the la'est ste!,- nf Fancy Kibbons, Ileitutu'ul Black aad Colored C t-'i
meres: 100 ('lonki, $t..o it $10, worth $14; an elegant line of D.)):.-,-'.n. for the devest
Vi'icc.s. Now is the tiiiv to b,.iy your Christinas goods. We dn -.t s iw.'e; s,.. v,l,.,i ni
wiil nof do. Call and e i iiine o n' stock.
,1 . IHJ 1 IG lull, 11 CV)iuint-rciaI Ave.
Tiik Fuu;i.v k Nii.tr.i.Ai i: o n k
Ni'iisi;iiv. The following a extract
from a letter written to ti.e German Itef.ruj
Messenger, at ('liatul)ersburh, (Yon;
a i:i:.nj.( Titi;s.
hist open ti.e doer foi hi r, and M.-
Win-low will prove the American Vb.:v..'i
Nigl.tingule of'tlie Kursiry. Of this we
are so sure, that we '.till teach our "S'l.y"
to say, "A bh..-ing on Mrs. Wiii.sio-.v"
helping In-r tosurtive and e.'ajKi th- er; ,
ing. tniickiiig. and teething B eye . Mils
WlN'SfiOW'S SOOTH I N(i SYIM'P
. Ii' tin? child from pain, and cures il. ;;
toy and diamine;. It .softens the gums,
re.iui es iiol-i!ii;i',;itii..';. cer. , wind colic, ;..i I
carrie.-the inf..r.t .safe'y through the te. "
ingperit'M'l. It pi f,.iins pr. i:i-i ly win' ii
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