Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY u. 1880.
AM. AUVKKTtiKMKNT In lW ' ; t un. '
c-io evHrr luc rum,; I iikiuCi. " ni.m h- ith
i rhmi,.. at V 11. r molt r h . t.iu'li nit.tl t uui
llu, & wnln. Mui.itMiimsaiiteil free.
ui i.ii (Sixth 'mreel ner I.evee. Tor
Information, npi'l) l" Knti R v bu.
Slitri hi rft and l.vvfi.
Pi lit WKNT.
A lama Iront room. onituUlo t.r au offlcf. hIiou'
1' Knr.ibevtT cii;r store, tor. msw ami i.e.-
Apulyto F. K.tcvmt
FOIl WALK -SAFE!
i...- .i II,.. Hull. .tin nrtici. new from thtr fan
twv Xn h Me.ii-r. IliilnuiUiU.V Co "Sle, tliat we
will He II Mt liargiia.
I'll I' sn K
Counter. hllog iiii'1 other -nloon fisj111:';" for
lie at lmralu. a" - " '"'';.
eu'lltf Klf tit
Villi II K N T
The AiiIhtv irt.ii':1i on llollirook sve. Clie.sr
10 1 llld l.'IIHIII
M.,1. Il.ou.ra. II. K. Aj.-ut .
Owvrik nilil puti'lel-em of real i--t;lti- ill Cairo
Hhuulil he wire I'.-.t li-ivo a Hood title. I m now
prf pared lo Km;.!' a"triiclo.t Jl'.,,'"'
OlHci' Vu Court House
' PRORKSSIONIL OARDS-PHTSiriANS.
"y II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Hohertpathic Fhysdcian ami Surgeon.
Jtice I) C: atniTi'.tit avenue. Iteiidence corner
yiiirii.i'uth St. itiiil Wai-Uiucton avenue, C airo.
It. E. W. WIUTLOCK,
OrnvH No. l.lfi CoinmiTfiiil Avenue, between
Kinbtli aud Ninth tStreeu
U. W. C. JOl'ELYN,
D E NTIST.
UFFICE-Eiicblli Street, near Comim-rcla! Avenue.
NOTARY ri BLIC.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE ; With the Widow' and Oorpimim" .Mil
oal Aid tso iety.
ATl'ORN KYS-AT-LA W.
I.NEGAIt & LANSDEN,
OPF1C'E-No. 11 1 Commerrcil Aveuue.
Q D. WILLIAMSON,
70 Ohio ievt'i
lioat Stores and (iroceries,
or all klnd.H.
OI'EX XlCfH'l' AND DAY,
l'n-iili Dairy andOllt Ed.'.- H-ittt-r. Oj -ti-ri-and all
kindn ol Iruit wiiou In Ki-an-.i. ou Iviriil an I lii-liv.
o.-va promptly al rct-idiMiuiiK live. Ovttrn delivered
MRS. M. A. SWAN DE II,
Winter' IlliH k.Corni'r Sevi ntli tveet iinrt Toih
lVir- to iuform thv citizi U-ot l uiro and vkinitv,
asi i-Ue kiii a
New ami Larife Stock otMiowds
Wliirh flip will n-it at Ail't At. ('iixT.i'tMiM-tiii,' nl
Hats and Honnt'ts,
And Fine Imported llu-r lor l.iidie am! CtiHdren.
Ladies' Furnishing (Joods!
All the very latei-t (ll(rii. Prin-a ai- low an po
nilile and uoodi-innrkeil in plain ti nrvc . W ill not
l) uudiiiHohl. Call and examine.' .No troHlile to
bIiow uiioiic Laitiei who do nol Kee what they
ant will pkarf ak for i'.
;C OHIO LEVEE.
So dirt or d:i-t In- nii-iure lieln.' e;in-i d In air.
M ilk dein ereil I w lee a day.
SEALED IX J'INT IJOTTLKS.
Try it and see lor ) oui'ehe.
;)L) TINT TICKETS ONE OnLLAIt!
-ll OIJ (Ic ltvi ryof ticketr.
jsjTO YES '.STOVES!!
ALL SORTS. SIZES AND STYLES,
A'iho M:it:uliuttiiirol aud Healer hi
TIN, Cori'EItA: SiiKET IiiON WAV.E
If'AU. KIND!- OK i WOHK HONK To OIlDKlt
N0.1!;, K.KillTII sTKKKT,
.Anto. ; ; t Illinois
STEAM Bit ATS.
jT. LOUL, CAtRO AND PADUCAII.
TUo EaautS,dewheel Pamencer htentner
5Si CHAMPION m
A. J. IIIU Clerk.
iMtw Cairo fvv Voud-iy aud Thuid:iy fur
I'apt Glrarde.u. M. L'ouU. aiid way laiiiiini.ru For
fiwltat or (iKaK a?!'! l SL- A SILVBR-
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
K.NTKW-'.O AT Till: I'oST OKI'U'K IN C.MHO, II
I.INOI. AS HKCUNIH'I.AS MATT Ml.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALKXANPKlt COUNTY
Only Morning Daily In Southern Illinois
SlONAt. OfKlfH. I
Caiiio. 111.. Jtiuiitiry :J. IHsn. i
Time. r. Thur, Hum. Wind. Vel Wt-Htlur.
a. in ;M.-.n
T ' :it.-Jt
J ii m.. !"'.'l
Mmlmum Temperature. miJ; Minimum Tern
pumture, MS ; Ifniuliiu, I'-'l ncii. ,
Serg'l iSljlliil Conk, I!. S, A.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Physicians rccomincml St. .Tucolis Oil
Mr. J. C. Willis, of Mi'tropnlis. is
fiicst nt the Planter's.
Mr. A. S. Itolii-rtson rutunu'il from
Chicago yesti'nliiy aftcruoon.
Ecdil the notics of rooms ami ofliees
fur rent, in small advertisement column.
Our jiublic schools woe again opened
restcrdav, having k-eu closed during the
Owing to the dow fog on the river
the Hillman is two days hehind time.
-A Chicago firm prowiM'sto establish a
starch factory in Vandalia, which will co
sutne about .r),0liO bushels of corn daily, if
that city will furnish building and ground,
ut a- cost to the city of about $ JO.lKKl.
The Faultless is the be.f cigar at thf
price ever otfercd in this market. It is
manufactured and sold wholesale and retail
bv F. Korsmver, at his wholesale tobacco
house, corner Sixth street and Ohio Levee.
Mr. John M. Ibigan, ot the First ward,
has been announced to address the Reform
club on Friday night, and he should have
a full house. He is a fluent and sensible
talker just such an one as our people want
The following is the list of Anchor
Line steamers which leave our wharf to
day, as furnished n by their live passenger
aoent, Mr. Sol. Silver: City of Helena.
Yiclc-bun:: Johit A. Scudder. New Or
leans: City of Uieeuvile, St. Louis.
TheStati; P.egi?ter.publishid in Spring
Held came M us in ail entirely new outfit.
It is quite an improvement upon its former
appearance and manifest a prosperous con
dition of the concent and much taste on the
part of the publishers.
Col Lowry is still in Peoria, we be
lieve. When he le'tt here he promised to
return in a week, but now his genial coun
tenance has lieen invisible to our people for
thrice that long. Evidently the people of
Peoiia have captivated him or he the people
Mr. Jim Sumnierwcll says that this
tvr)ier will not penult him to raise the j
eustnm-house pole, Out that since it doei-n 1
iutertere with lioii.-e moving, he has turned
his hund to that. He is now engaged in
moving a building for Mr. Clias. Galigher
and one for Mr. F. M. Ward, Mh up-town.
A gland jiarlor entertainment at Mr. C.
Pinck's residence. Washington avenue coi
ner Ninth stn't t. will lie given some even
ing next wi-ek by the ladies of the Episco
pal church. We are told the programim;
will be an attractive one and the refresh
ments very line.
TheC. & V. II. II. was to have been
sold at Springfield. Ills., yesterday. It
was said that either the Wabash or the
Pennsylvania company would probably be
the purchaser. If either of Uovi; com
panies gained possession of it. its employes
may expect prompt payments and the pub
lie a judicious management.
The marriage of Mr. .Lis. Craig and
Mi.-s Katie Walsh which took place in the.
Catholic church on Sunday last was a quiet
affair, only a few intimate friends witness
in.: the ceremony. The ceremony was per
fumed by Father Musteisou. lloth bride and
iir.Mim me of this city and well and favora
bly ku'iwn. We congratulate them and ex
tend our best wishes.
"There'. music in nil things, if men
had eats," says Hymn. We don't know
about the "all things," but we do know, that
on our rambles for news, as we occasionally
drop into the St. Charles, we are often sur
prised and pleased by the sweet sounds
which there meet our ears. The man w ho
has no music in his soul can there be sup
plied with a rare article of that nature, free
It is reported and. in fact positively
asserted, that Mr. Sanders, the grocer ou the
coineriif Tout h street and Washington ave
nue, bought L. II. Mevcrs stock ot gro
ceries on Commercial avenue, and will con
solidate both stocks iu the brick building
for so many years cccupied by Mr. Meyers
in a very remuncrat'ire business. What
the latter is bent upon for future occupation
we were unable to learn.
Another attempt was inude to burlar
i.e A. Marx's store, last Monday morning
at 2 o'clock, but Officers llngim ond
Hunker happening along at that hour the
thieves were frightened off before they ef
fected an entrance. They bad placed three
dry goods boxes one on top of the other
and hml by that menus reached the top of
tho awning in front of the store, and were
endeavoring to open , one of the second
story window when the ofllicM caniff along
aaJ frighten Uieui oil.
We have upon several occasions called
attention to our streets und suggested that
u reasonable amount of money be expended
from time to time for covering thn sec
tions mostly used with good gravel. The
long period of wet weather that has been
upon us has transformed our streets into
continuous tracts of the meanest kind of
mild and covered the crossing and even
sidewalks with slush, rendering traffic in
the streets almost impassible und pedes
trianism extremely disagreeable.
The Ilcform club has decided upon
the organization of a "Youth's Associa
tion," which is to meet in the Tenth street
ball every Sunday afternoon. We under
stand that it will be entirely non-sectarian
and that only temperance will be taught.
We do not know w ho lirst suggested this
organization, but it is practically carrying
out the idea advanced by Dr. Petrie on
Friday night last, that temperance should
not be taught to old topers, only, but that
the youths of the country should be taught
to shun strong drinks before they became
Mr. Jas. 15. Gordon, w ho was born in
this city, was raised here and who has many
friends and acquaintances here is dead.
He died in Dyersburg, Tenn., on the Hth
of December of pneumonia after an ill
ness of about a wtek. Mr. Gordon was a
brother of Mrs. Summerwcll, of this city,
and bis many friends will hear of lu's
death with surprise and sorrow. He was a
man of many excellent qualities, kind
hearted and liberal, who befriended whom
soever he could, seldom thinking of self
when the wants of others were apparent.
We were visited last night by Mr.
Thos. J. Craig, one of the prominent citi
zens of Hodges' Park. He expresses him
self much pleased with our suggestion that
hereafter a fair be held in Alexander coun
ty, ami believes that the soil of Alexander
county is inferior to none in the state. That
our wheat, oats, potatoes, com, etc., will
compare favorably with any in the state
and that all that the farmers of this county
have to do to make a fair successful Is to
ft down from the stool of indolence:" put
their shoulders to the wheel, and bestir
-An old colored man called ut this
orlice Saturday last, claiming to be a resi-
lent of Jouesboro, Ills., and to have seen
his first day six years before the declara
tion of Independence, making him now
about one hundred and four years old.
He says that he has always lived tempcr-
itely; his only bad habit being the use of
tobacco, to which hi: has been addicted
ince bis youth. He knows that he is now
near bis end and keeps on "de good side ob
le Lord." He looks to be about sixty-live
ems old and we believe that if he does
live to be as old as he thinks he already Is,
he lets begun to make up "w id de Lord" a
little sooner than would bu absolutely
necessary to hissalvation quite a littlespell
'ef U'e "the eleventh hour."
- In the ca.t: of the Union Trust Com
pany vs. the lairo Ct M. Iiuis It. 1!., tlie
Receiver, Henry W. Smithers, filed a peti
tion in the U. S. Circuit Court, in Spring
field a few days ago, showing that he had
found it impracticable to sell the Receiver's
certificates, or obligations, heretofore au
thorized by the court, at more than HM per
nt., and asking leave to sell them at that
figure. He also asked leave t sell at not
ssthau (is percent, such oth.-r certificates
. may be authorized, and an order was en
tered by the court, granting the authority
lesired. An order was also entered in the
one cause, authorizing the Receiver to eon-
tract with "The Railroad Equipment Com
pany" for the lease of four locoim dives
heretofore purchased by him, to cost t'.'ij,-
400. Ileing unable to pay c ih therefor,
the Receiver was authorized to accept the
offer of said company to pay them, the ren
tal to be applied to their payment, and
they to belong to the mad when said coui
pai.y lias received the purchase price, with
the addition of a commission ot V f, per
The American Sunday Sunday I'niou
(Quarterly, for Home und School, i a new
publication containing helps on the Inter
national Lessons. Within the bright cover
of the new Quarterly will be fmind all the
helps" neeessai y for making these Lc-sons
interesting aud useful. A brightly eol'.fei
map of the Holy Land, Pictures of N.tn
reth, llethlehem, and the Mount of Ilejti
tudes, taken from original photographs,
will help to nuke real the scenes in th life
of Christ. A Chronological Haimoiiy,
from Ellicott and Robinson, shows the or
der of events. In the Lesson II ip., a
special feature is the Descriptive Explana
tion which presents the fv.Uina lifelike
word-picture. Notes, Word Studie.. and
Questions are added to present the ht re
sult of study without learned tec a icali
tics. Home Talks suggest, iu a pi, i-iant
way, some of the faults of scholar , and
the cure for them. The Lord's Prayr, the
Ten Commandments, the Beatitude, r, or
der of Sunday School Service, etc., give
completeness to the new Qinirte rly, which
will secure lot itself many friends. Pub
lished by the American Sunday S hod
The Albany Law Journal calls atten
tion to an important law relating to the
extra day in leap year, which business
men and others should bear in mind. The
Journal says: "As lenp year i coming it
is well to Know wuat tno law ot leap year
is. Tho law, it issuid, takes no notice of
parts of tlK'so Jays, and as to the 9th uf
February, it takes no notice of tho whole
day. The S8tli and 29th are computed as
one day. For example: Suppoje a note
is dated cm the UOth of February, 130,
payable one day from date. Ordinarily
it would be payable on the 4th of March
and so is in leap year, and not ou the !3i.
In Indiana the question has recently come
before the Supreme Court, in respect to
service of process iu 1S70, the last lca
year. I lie law there require., ten
day's previous service for the entry of jud
mcnt. In the case before the court the
judgment was premature, it' the '.'Sth and
2!)th days of February were tob? computed
lis one clay. The court said: "It must be
regarded as settled in this state that the
'.8th and SlHh days of February iu every
bisextile year must be computed and con-
sidered iu law as one day."
"The question is set at rertby ourvaflt;!,
1 R. S., m. p. CIO, s. 4, which provides that
the 'added day of a leap year and the day
immediately preceding, if they slul! occur
in any period so to be computed, shall be
reckoned together as one day.' This em
braces statues, deeds, verbal or written con
tracts, und all public or private instru
ments." A gentleman, came t''' us yesterday
evening and complained against officer
Wims and Tyler. He sai l that at (: :"0
o'clock while taking a drunken man to jail
who was probably ; little stubborn, they
rudely caught him by the heels- and .bag
ged liim for several squares. His head nnd
shoulders striking the pneectiiig plai:ks
and nails in the sidewalk must have ca:is-d
the poor wretch severe pain, f r, o;.r iuf 'im
unt says, he cried and begged pireoti.-Iy to
be let up, but without avail. We wmhIJ
not publish a mere statement of this kind
unless it were on good autiiMiity arid but
for the fact that such sti'ries have
come to our ears s viral tliies
before. We have uo dojbt that
sometimes the police have some very itu:J
cases to deal with, cases in which it re
quires a great deal of patience aa l for
bearance and a strong will tn ho! 1 b-ie,
passionate violence. But we .in ant believe
that any ca.-e of drunkenness could ,,,-eur
in which such brutality, as above related
would be advisable much less justifiable. I;
is a policeman's prerogative tosumm-.a as
sistance whenever he finds that he Uuuabic
to perform his duty. Hence, if two sober
men can not take cue. drunken m:m to jail
without resorting to inhuman trutaprnt
perhaps four or six can, and humanity de
mands that the v should suu.m m tlut a-.sis-
We believe that there an- two si les
case as to all others and ho'te that
the parties cuncerne 1 will be able to cle;
themselves of so serious a charge.
The sixth annual m 'etiagof the South
em Illinois Medical Aso..:ut!-.n will be
held in this city in tin: lull of the Ri-iijh
and Ready tire company. The association
convenes on Wednesday, January J 1st. a' '
o'clock a. in., and continu" its meetings
during the ii an 1 .M l dar-. Rev. Davi-i
A. Bonnar will open the m'-..-:ing with
prayer and Mayor Tlii-tlew.). will d.liv.-r
an address of welcome. This as-ori tMon is
composed of the bett'-r j- art of th" me lin!
fraternity of Southern Iiliuvi-un 1 In. a
large and increasing member'. b. The
meetings of this a-ociatio:i ate. us-iitly vry
largely attended an I are more rr ' l-ss of a
benefit to the city in which they ar- le-' i,
as two or thr"e public lecture s ar-: giv-?:i
during the s-ssion which cannot lse!p but
interest and instruct ail who lit-..a to.tl;,".,i.
Dr. C. W. Duiming is it, pr.-s-at pre-hi-g.
The Du (J loin Tribune, speikir.g of t' e
meeting": 'he as-n.-i.-ition in this city s t v :
Some yeai-ago. when tia :i.s.via:ii:i v is
iu its itifiiiey. a m -etitig wis ie-ld in our
city, and many ca:i r-'rii-".;.' i - t.iat evci
tln-n. it b: nigh' .r.r city ia' ) cons: i-nble
prominea 'e. TlH-n we I, i I inferior
and hot--; aei unui hio:: foe a gi. cit; r
of this kind, but imw we have a 1 ir--.. fine
hall ar. J a:i excel!, -.it puY.le !";, an 1
while the a-s ci;itio:i may d"s:re to hold i,
next meeting here, it will :,. i. v:y likely
t do ,o, tin!'''. o'!r ci'.y c :::.'ii or th citi
zens "eneially. ex'eii I tlicm an t.v. itati :i to
Uo so. or iu some way oxtirc.s a d,;.ke t i
have the meeting ii-hi here. We'.v.e:M
suggest therefore, that our city comic;! ex
tend the a.s-'elation, (through Dt. Dyr "r
Dr. McLean) ati invitation to ho', I its u,.t
mei-ting in Du Quoin, a v.v ar.-qv.'t ' cer
tain it will be indirectly, at h-a-t, a benefit
to our city and citizens, aa i wiilc .t t;
nothing unless we c'loo-e t'v make it.
POLICE COl'RT NOTES.
Yesterday w.i. a in t than u.ual'v
active day in police circles, and the j;i,.
lice..' courts were kept grinding the greater
part of the time. Charg,;. of "drunk and
disorderly" pie lomiuaVil.
Lippett Lawrence piea l g';i!ty I , 'ore
Justice Robinson to an snu't ou a c '."red
boy and paid
Thomas Casey was arreste 1 or. J. nday
by Officer Sehuekcr-. on charge of vagrancy.
Yesterday he p!:i 1 g".ipy t.. the charge
and was given f ll.OO and ck.. -ni.l allow
ed ten hours in which tomake ,;, arrange
ments to get out of the city. He went.
J. II. Mitchell who on Thursday last
sttcceded in making his escape from the
city jail, was re-arrete I on Monday by
Officer Schtickers. who returned
him to his quarters iu the Hotel De Caiue.
Mitchell is serving out a .$30.00 line as5es.,i
ugaiust Liui ou a charge of viguacv.
Iu Justice Uobiuseu's court Thomas On
ners und Michael Collins pleaded guilty to
Uirhtiujj and drunk aud disorderly. They
worn taken Iu on Sunday by officer Frank
iSchuckers, who ran onto them back of
Heed's store ou the levee just
as they were i rcpariug for n regu
lar old-fishioiiod set-to. They were cala
boosed, and yesterday triven a Htay long
enough to get out of town.
In the afternoon an interesting case
came off before Justice. Robinson. Mike
O'DouueU and Mr. Burke who lives on
Nineteenth street, between Washington
avenue and Poplar street, were the parties
to the suit, aud the point at issue was the
ownership of a game rooster. Some tall
swearing was done on both sides, but Mike
out-winded his opponent,-! and left the Held
Belle Hampton and Nellie Moraii,
dusky demises, were taken in ou Sunday
night by oth'ecis John P. Ifogaii and Henry
Duuker, on a charge of visiting a saloon.
Theyweic tiied yesterday before Justice
Comings, who, after hearing the evidence.'
discharged them. The justice holos that
in order to make a case of this character
against a woman of ill-repute it. must be
proven that she is a frequenter of saloon,-
that one or two visits does not, as the tene
goes, constitute a "frequenter" of saloons.
Matilda Payne, Josephine Morgan, aj i
Mr. R. M. Morgan, all white, yesterday in
dulged in ,a family quarrel and finding it
impoHsiblr. to decide as to who was wrote',
sued out, warrants for the arrest of each
other and appeared before Squint (l.boin
for a decision. The .Squire, linoiug that
chapter five, section twelve, for bade ahuti'. e
language, and the ivid"nce .showing that
Josephine Morgan:, bad taken it unon hi.-:-self
lo a'n.'se her biolher-iu law, R. M. Mor
gan, that lady was liued five d.iiiiia and
costs. It in1"!' appeared, however, t1 it Vr.
Morgan had so fur bag in-ii himself as t .
cull Matilda Payne 'j "interna! liar" ar' 1
the Squire holding that such iang'iag" was
of an (itl'eiisive c harie t.-r. alvi lined Mr.
Morgan five and costs, I; U needless to
say that after paying their lines each w.-i.t
ho;:. e happy in tin- ( onternpiatiori that 'he
other was five duihrs out.
A little school ir I, apparently as ii, ;,:!
so'i.st-.'d v. ha ti e weather as are older
peoi,i-, aria Ai'tio'i' t!;-ir privili-oe ol s a-
iug ni'.ight) things a!M nt it, biealvs ict-i
llivue-s, and lain is teem to the editor. If
there i- anvthrig in tie- present weather t
inspire poetry v. e tail P- .,! it, we will onlv
say the pi:etr i- goo,) lor so little a girl:
Rain ' rain I ram !
Al! ti " i-v.-loug day,
( '.in t .omei'oiiy st .p it f
Wc u't it. go i way
Ihilu! ra.al rain!
Still it i ouilni.e, io j ,,..
,.,. ;,,. lio'itn'ag llas'iiiig.
t:a- th'j'ier'.- neii .
V. r: t '.e
Hi i a-;
S':U Col.'e out
V i'ei:f;.; ,-vi-s
'- th- o. ,;,i,.M
,u ;:. sk
Pain! i.'a' i i::i
Will :t t: -v- !
Il-a'ing 'g i'n' t:
A- ' th .- ''::j i -.
Nov? we'll have joii,
1' o: we are tit 1 now
I f .t'l lyin al. the lay
THE 1 If E ATE!'. O ;.M !Q', K.
Harry VV ilke;'s Tii"i:e V tnej I" is i
an i! -t il.li.hed fict ir: the vi;;-t prof,',,
of ti e co ; .'.:) . A Ne'v Y-eh i,-.-t:n
per !:: t- it. .a- cu ins'.' ,;.
br , ;ght to a p l:;g b.'.s:s al!
i : ;a wis
r a s-v,M! j
00 .. '',.. n I
;ort' a.'t : '
arij I;o.:. j
it I, I ,
t a f
d a s
having fie.rer.c.': to aa
;;- :ei ;h- comhp!-
n-d. This i ppi.il'ioa
o;.sh i l-a taut a to.' ifre (,t ;;, va:
i.o'ial jo.t h- ci-a: bl,'ted in ( 'a';o v.
-i-aiiui a dang:: -n ir: '":
orhs of si, i-'y. Mr. V, C r
i lih c :;-,' si 'is t ) I; ive d c
h f"ii;s,'i:! i :,j reip.'i tin 4 pal-la'
1.. te.p" (', I. a,- ; lave, I - vi-:
1 1 ive
in ft in '.'i ig"e."':
give, a -1 i silo'.'. 11,
,ivi-:i this I' n't a Ii ' ,0; :f
nig! t he op !)!' I t 1 a t
' t ll'.'s
a bil .
IllU't be ."
1 - i v I s an I wary p-r-o;;
p.i'.-l villi good boot,, or !.(.,
1 b'.j them is at C. K'och'. :.,.
i. C' Minorcia! ateatre, between
W' street s, v. here oi; will si-
l:a-l the b ot St. Louis an ! (.hn-i:!-uid-m-i
Ir '.".sot. and shoes on i.jh.j
hi vry lo-, The p u- v.iii tia 1 it
r iti'irast tocj'l aud c van; he price
00.!, hefo'c pofehas ng e'si win-re.
IviV' "u hrad a ceup e'.e stock of
' and liudiii 's.
CIIIMSTMAS A.rl I IAND,
And i' finds. r. p-VMOER, the Dry Good Ring, fully prepared with a tra'tuendous stock
"f La lie's' nnd (.'-nt's Ti'-s --the largest evor brought to Cairo a most elegant line of
Linen Cuff and Collars, Ladies', Misses at d Children's Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, Cor
set.. Ruches un i the lutes'; styles of Fancy Ribbons, Beautiful Black and Colored Cash
meres; 100 cloaks, $l:0 to $10, worth -$il; 1111 elegant line of Dolmans for the lowest
prices. Now is the time to buy your Christmas goods. We do not advertise what wo
will rot do. Call an I examine our stock.
,1. UUUGKK, Vel-l Commoreicil A ve.
80 MM BIinkss M1CN
WHO HO NOT ADVKH'lt
IN TUK HUU.hTIN,
lir.T WHO UY lIM!( M(,.T ltJ( ItKASHi
lu:s gci.'icman is
b proprietor of flic
only exclusive boot :cn,i,0(. Htori. j,, n,
city, and he gives to tho. war(.M iA eu,u.
sive aMcrtion. The stojk0 un j., uI.
ways complete and Mr. Il!j js (.nlt,i,., A
compete with any hou.e i'nie (.jjy f,r if)
we.-t. Otir people should n r,,.. t,js
house when desiring to mal.ij-,lirc)(.S(3 j
THts'n.lJtt do.'; ft i o
hire:- cemmi-sion Iiu.'l.
comer of Tenth nnd Ohio 1
i""- 01.1,1. I i. s i o ' . 1 1 l s i i i, us ci. v lilllll-
1,'iT cf years and enjoy the confi ct(,( nil
with whom they have h i I ,l,.a',ii;a -pi,,..
dea! piii.cijially iu hay. flour. gi, ',.,c
and do au iinmeiis.. b'hine-s in th
Ccti-ignrtieuts made to them r:cci',,t1(.;r
be-t atti htiou an 1 tie s,' wh , make;,,,,,,
may ! j cud upon receiving the
marke t, price :md prompt returns. y,.
r-'i.oi.iri.eri i this l.ou." as in every ;,y
wort! v r ' c :,fi 1 :j ;. a:. I -tr-n e.
1., .1.: . -... .
II. 1. riiiio.;!,
ii:.t.s, oil-, win i iv. g! i
in1 i i . in
l a per, v.ra:-p:n-'a,.!:..
1 lock, corner (-.
rni-li-lal ai !)' e.
pa; '!', etc. '! ie
me. Store in the
E:g!.t!i .'r '. aa
Mr. Psrker I. a, !
' f ) .Mis
lie wai.'s (
,,,. ::.' his
:. I in
(! uinii.-rs'a.i i.
He i - i Co ;.'! teo'.I-
g io,i a: the h.we
aria'.!y ghas .
li'.ely ope:..-d, hi,
wall ; i;
I - e::t;
new an I
s,i;t;i 4 ituiNKm.i i.k.
genth-niea, '. ar.. in ti 1
iii ring btisi.-ir--. o:,
n- ir th" corner of High'. ar..
: s:iac-"oii i f o'ir Ku-hn-.s
1.. I V .
ep i, a hand a large of eh-th,
liliti tr--iu wh.icli their c 'on rs
ct an 1 vhka: is fur:;:.!i'-d at ie.
tiger.-. . Ti.'v ke..--. t:.-:!t.-les
c ii-' intly
1. 1 t:. ate.'. 1 1
ir own . .r.-v. ano itivri io.y a
y. t.- tii-ir patr
I."lt Or..: ir IT.
n'.eto-in is i-n of U
f ci' an ! i.fie pr--
t ir i : the
' c t rtry,
: -.t ;;: c.t in t a:
(. t ; ;!
c i:: a
hit al! th-iort-.t
ch a.-.-t b.- o
At U cf
x-r:t at t.e
f--t:n 1 t!
i ).:: day
a . m
' !' Cairo,
.an i :;:.
it I -I.e.. i,".
H.- i- an
'v k:a v t. t a
jl : irg--;
i a .:
;:;-' t :
t'e on.y ; .on i.
ir mil 'i:n-ry .
of Te;:'h s':'-'
in i- in o l :,n j r
an i r. ':'': :i i t
i vi-r a va-t t rr.' :;
' ' .vs. Hi.itJ.lt :
i vp!' il. n tl
! ':-::: '.s ar; 1 vigil-;
c t:i f ii! t .' M:i I auyt
line of , j ,
w!... i-il. w;t!i hi. i,
r-a:,ti'. Mr. R-a
in t'.l-an! , i-ng
. i ,.i
' i atl keep it. N i III
'a- may wri ;i the
Mr. II i -v: I do , :,e
V... ..v.' a. y ( ,,
i' a r vi w-i. . d .
w:t i w.h.ch I i. .
1 8 SO.
i Iaiu'Eks Magaxi:;k.
I L I. I - T l: A T E i 1 .
i-! :n tn- :,' ',,', , 1
f .-:. 0'ut : -. a . io 1
S t, 1 J:Oj ,, .;, . '
i-irj.-t riaiii') a - ! 1 e ,j :.
if.'.ii Hi' - iia: . w eA (, . ? , ',
I - 1 a in'ini . 1 .,( ; ,r-, r
.:: s- I'has, : Ami.. .'.
::':::. ire no : : I y t o
,r- a-i .i:ti-'- o! S '" it J A::.
i 0 it
t -i I i it.
' :j 1 y
..( t ,'
. Ki ll
i it 1'
HARPER'S PERI(:!( AI.
n i::':-:;rMA.A.:Ns. (; e.ir
liAHI'iiir. WKEKI.V, . .:
HA.'tl'H'. MA.Alt. " -
la.- Till! KB ti:i::K-i oi'I
11 . (Lie
A'iy TW( nSiei'-a cii"l, ('iv air ...
JIAiti'KIf.f YOl Xi I'Eol'l.E.Mne -v.
laj.t '.j Free t,.i sh sn-( rt'ii r. 111 l-e
't! or l aniU'lu.
... : 00
. ... t Ml
t :ti led
A Complete Set of 1 1 a isi-p. ii' M.voci.N a. ci m
Ji!iiuvi -" V-'Itlitie. Ir re-ill i lo'h 111!) liu , v.H. he
sent liv e;ir.. Ir -ilit 11! e;etie of ir, hl 'r. on
reia-i;,'t ol '.' -.'' ')-r olume !i.-!.' olt-n,. Iiy
loaf.. ii.t-;"a!"l. i ' . Clnt.'i iai-e. for !i!tt'l!n. VA
I !)!.. liv tll.lil. JM'.t pill't.
it.-ailttan i.v -iiieil.i Ii- mii.'i- In Pi.-t (i;V-,-e
M.m.i v Oot. r er llr.iii. to :uol,l i '.mticr of I-..
Ne.i .jul'i-:. ttl e U.j- to l'oiy lain S IvetM-emei t
1 '.-. nit t.ie i-x;ire onler of I'l.ilU'l-'ii A lliioTnK ' i,
A't.lu-.. IIAKPKIt A IlttOTUKIlS. N-iv York.