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TIIK DAILY CAIRO 11ULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1SS0.
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out one lu.crOon; time.. M renin; I wceK. I'";
1 womb, I.M; S muitlii ii)ioui dcng, , $1 1 f' r
antli Ech ndditloiulllue, prornu. ntni-
Two St'.re room on Sixth "treet near I.cw I-of
Inlorui.tiou. i"ly t" K. K"iKviin,
Sixth street nd
We hum l the HulkOn iifflae. new from Hi.' lie
tort. No.S. MoKler. batiiiuuo. I'o ittc, tlmt '
will ni'll it a bargain.
Counter. tio!vlu$ wid oluer :"' ".: Tv"
tale, at i brs!U. M K
Hi-Hi l'tt i.'i'llt.
Tin' Aubt-rv prnpertv on llollirook av
to a jjood t. mill . M.J.II"wi.t.jUg'.
'nkr unit purchnw'M or r"1 tiite In lain)
)lollld lie -IIP' thi-v ll)Vf a nood r"w
prepared to liiriiili alistra. -l-wit re '".'jj
on'..e m I'on.t 11. a .
EmploviiKnt ;i clerk. Kaleum, i.. r.'!i.v "mull
vau-bnian nr In miy capacity , : ?. .-. VM:.oe
but wtiil work. OI..
Am order l'o.I for 1IH). if Hfnli'-'l on tin . stylo
rl-Wa Mi-iiiIIi-Iioii I'imiu. Will be koIu low.
ip y nt tun ofl'. oi-
KOK S ALB.
n order k.mwI lor $ Jtoward layms for nil A
1 I'lio'ton. warranted. Apply l t'"'" oil, ec for teriiin
nil description. .
For Kle. I wo tine cowh with you-, clvi App-f
of fred Keohler, KiEhth Ktrect.
PUoKKSMoSAl, AUI--VI1 VlCl A
II. MAREAN. M. D..
Hi)AooMuthic Physician mi Surgeon.
!H,-f lin 0. .lmerml nvfone. Itci-ldi'iitv corner
"inrteeutli St. and rti-uiuawiii ihmiw, v
TJU. K. W. WHtTLOCK,
Owes No. t'otnmerciai Avtie. between
liliihth nd Ninth Street-
R. W. C. JOCELYN.
OKr-'lOE -KUhtU Street, neur Coiihikph! Avenue.
NOTARY H F.Ll!'
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OKKll'-i-WTth the Widie, and 0,.rpniiu' Mu
.Wal Aid Society.
Rll AT STOKES.
Q 1). WILLIAMSON,
70 Ohio l,ivc"e.
Boat Stores and Ciroiri-ies
Of :i Kind-.
OI'KX MGHI' AND DAY.
H:eh Iiir,- t;A (il'.t Kdtfe Batter. Oyter mi'l :iil
kind 'ruit when tn eis-in, ou lijrid and iieliv
eret prompilv nt ridnce fre-. Oi -v.r- del ver-'d
TO UIUO LEVKK.
No dirt or dn-t he trvnr- tieit.g i;.oi-.l lir.
Milk d'-.tvered twir a dT.
SEALED IN PINT liOTTLES.
Try it aud e- t-ir oi,rei
3D PINT TICKETS ONE l'OM.AK!
i trh on delivery of t i i-k -t -.
ALL SORTS, MZKS AXI STVLKS.
A!i Mur.iitui Hirer ol :ind tienlei i
TIN, COPPEUiSc SIIEKT IIION WA15E.
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VIAIHO, : ILLINOIS
OT. LOUIS. CAIIIO ANI I'ADl'CAH. !
The pHYlHIt Side li.'cl I'ltnueller StennnT
A.. I UllU ;lk.
I,eek Cuiro every Monditv hihI Tliurml.iy fur ;
:P" Oirtrdi 'i. si. I ouU. nnd' y Imnlin,;. Knr I
freinht or pni" pplv to MM, A sll.Vtvli,!
J. T. WAPiKEX & CO.
01 k 00 W.ScconaSl.
Forlitond Doina'lli; dried and i miiied Kiulixnud
Veii'lbleit. Cttitied. dried indKRll Kili. I'ick
), Baucei, Oil uud CoiidliueiiU soup
tiifl'f, I'ukluR l'owiler. trroutji uud
wbole Spleen. Tcillel si:d Lntindry
8op, Koed. MX,-?, Vt rv
Kncy tirowriei ,i:d t.i
Stock an parallcli'd In the Wist.
am for our "oitotms" man ill.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
I'.NTKHKH AT TIIK I'OST OrTICK IS t AIUO. II.'
I.INOIs, AS SKCONIH'LASS M ATTKIt.
Ol'Ul'lAI. I'AKBKOF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Morninsr Daily in Southern Illinois.
(jENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
CoruiKT Fitzgerald isngiiin confined to
his ln'il ly sickness.
Iv. Whittakcr is now liolievi-il to be
out of ilangi'r, but he is yet quite ill.
The streets are hanlly getting into tol-eral-le
shajtehcuce tlie necessity of an
More snow on the way here, ami more
of the -Faultier" cigars ready for smokers
at V. Korsmeycr's Ohio Levee, corner of
-Mr. E. Buder, the Commercial avenue
ieweler. is liavintr his store building hand
somely painted and lettered, thereby great
ly improving its appearance.
The distress in Ireland is increasing.
Five hundred people iu the county of Lim
erick are on the brink of starvation.
Striii"cnt orders have been given the police
to suppress bread riots.
Mr. M. IV Harrell, yesterday left the
city for Chicago, to obtain rest and for the
nuroose of visiting Mr. Herbert Harrell iu
whose family, we regret to hear, sickness
One criminal case was brought into
quire Robinson's court yesterday. The
fellow was arrested for being tound ou the
street.s in a lwiozy condition and was taxed
one dollar and costs.
An exchange says th.it the Illinois Cen
tral will take to market nearly one million
buhels of com from the three stations
along the line of its new railroad, in the
northeast part of McLean county.
Work on the Twenty-fourth street
sewer was continued yesterday. While it
might have proved dangerous if neglected,
the amouut of water coming in was not
sufficient to do any lurm. All is perfectly
The Juvenile Pinafore Company f E.
J. Miles ,eems to have arrived in Canton,
Miss, "dead broke." The Bulletin olHce
will remember them to the tune of sixteen
dollars f.r work sent to that place ('. O. I.
and not taken fr m the expres, office for
want of tumlv
Don't fail to attend the Parlor Enter
tainment at the residence of Mr. Charles
Pinck thi- evening. The refreshments
wid be very tine, and the musical part,
well Ti'd the programme in' another
column. That tells it a!! better than we
could ill ir.
Tli" county cominiioners w ill meet in
the court hoibe on Monday next to take nc
ticii in regard to the Sandusky bridge. It
has been reported to the commissioners
that the bridge wa-, in danger of being
washed aw iv. The bridge is the only lnat-
ter that will receive their attention at this
mi l tin.'
It Mas rumored on the streets yester
d..y even'iii" that the town of Columbus,
Ky.. was on tire and was in danger of being
entirely octroyed. Our informant told in
that six of t'u;. principal Mpiarcs had been
destroyed and that the authorities had call
ed upon the tire departments of the neigh
boring villages for assistance.
The Illinois; State Board of Agriculture
niter a spirited contest agreed Friday on a
speed ring for the next State Fair and
ODD premiums for trotting, pacing and run
ning. There has been no speed ring nt the
State Fair -ince the tir.st year it was held in
IJuiney, JsitT. The state boanl decided to
pay no premiums for military drill.
-Yesterday morning a dispatch :u rived
hre from Villa Ridge to Mr. Win. F. Ax
ley, stating that his brother, Mr. Elijah Ax
ley, had suddenly died, an I summoning
him and Win. N. Axlev, a nephew -of de
ceased, to attend the funeral. Both obeyed
the summons. We could not ham any
parliciiiar.s except that deceased contracted
his illiie.-s by exposure.
County Clerk lliimm, has of late been
given a rest as regards the issuing of mar
riage license. Appaicntly some of our col
oir )-.uuilu have actpiired the habit of
getting married once every yearand that dur
ing the holidays and hence our county clerk
is kept cxeecoiiigly luisy during that lime.
Tin "boom" is now over, howcvei, miico
tlie holidays me nut o! sight.
The proceedings of n meeting of the
stockholders of the St. Louis Coiil Railroad
company, held Dec a", 1S7II, were day be-
tore yesterday tiled 111 the odice of the sec
retary of slate. The stockholders agreed to
is.stic Uinds to the amount of iJe.'.VUMMi for
the purpose of extending the road front the
juue.tion with the Cairo and St. Louis rail
road, near Murphy.sboro in Marion county,
to Stonefort, in Saline county.
The undersigned invites nil persons
wishing to tuke lesson in the Anglo-Saxon
iind Oerniiin languages, to meet in the base
ment of the i Senium Lutheran church, on
Thirteenth street, between Washington
avenue and Walnut Hired, to-morrow even
ing, when un orgauialiou of aclasswill be
effected and the preliminaries arranged.
The brunches to be tuught nre: Pronuncia
tion, reading, writing and grammar.
(.iciiunu Lu'.hcran Minister.
Mr. II. Block has moved his boot and
slice store from his old stand into the com
modious brick building, near Mr. Kochler's
saloon. The number of new show cases
which he has lately received, and which are
tilled with boots and shoes of every descrip
tion, make an imposing appearance, and his
whole stock, generally, shows to better ad
vantage in the new building than it did in
The wedding of Mr. Frank Culighcr
and Miss Fannie Rabb took place in Orace
Church at Paducidi yesterday. It was a
grand lUl'uir, but we are, as yet, unable to
give particulars. The presents are said to
have been many and ol great value.
The bride's father, we understand, is con
nected with a substantial tobacco linn, and
one of Padiicuh's most prominent ami re
Rev. E. Knappcof the Oi man Luther
an church, has, during his short stay in this
city, met with very flattering success in the
organization of his Sunday school. When
he was first called to take charge of the
Lutheran church, he found only forty
scholars attending, but the number has now
increased to one hundred. These are di
vided into nine classes and better organized
classes than these are perhaps not to be
found in this city.
We have received an invitation to the
wedding of Mr. Adolph Swoboda and Miss
Selina Cooler, which is to be celebrated at
the residence of the bride's parents on
Eighteenth street, January the 20th, nt
S o'clock. Both parties are well known to
nearly everybody iu the city and they stand
high in the estimation of ail who have the
pleasure of their acquaintance. Mr. Swo
boda has been one of our most energetic
business men for years and deserves the af
fection of so estimable a young lady. We
wish them all the sweets of life and a pro
longed enjoyment of them.
The following are the names of those
who sustained injuries on board the Idle
wild, by the explosion of the keg of pow
der: Wat. Johnson, thigh broken; Tom
Boswell, right leg broken and left thigh
fractured; Sain Osborn. both knees hivur
ereil; Sain Stroud, left leg broken and oth
er ankle sprained: William Woods, kith
legs bnken. one in two places; Charley
Cridei. right leg broken: Frank Rains,
right leg broken and Andy Long both
ankles sprained and slightly cut about the
head. The Idiewild is now laid up at
Mound City for repairs.
Atheiieum. By request the Orand
Plantation Concert, for the benefit of the A.
M. E. church, will be reproduced on this
evening, January 15th, at the Atheneiim.
The chinch says: "Returning our most pro
found thanks for the generous patronage of
our recent etl'ort. we hae at the urgent re
quest of many of our citizens, concluded to
repeat the recent 'Plantation Concert' en
tertainment, trusting that all will again
give us a helping hand in our efforts to
build or purchase a house of worship for
our destituted congregation. Do not torget
that attentive ushers will see that all visi- !
tors are pleasantly seated." Admission 2o
cents. Reserved seats .11) cents. Children,
under ten years old 10 cents. Doors open
at 7. Concert at 8 p. in.
The following dispatch to the Chicago
Times, from Champaign, is a fair sample of
the dispatches sent to the large journals
from various cities in Illinois: The present
state ot the roads and streets of this and
surrounding region is, perhaps, the worst
ever witnessed here. The sun has not shone
for an hoio1 in two weeks. At the beginning
of that time considerable rain fell, and the
mud became worked up into a mortar,
w hich is now both stiff and deep. All mer
cantile interests have suffered sorely. The
merchants, owing to the cessation of Wisi
ncss, are unable to meet their bills, and la
mentations are loud ninl universal. The
grain business is wholly suspended, (treat
anxiety is felt for the damages that may be
done to the wheat cror,
The public cistern on the corner of
Seventh street nnd Washington, lately
built, cost the city SfcloO. The cistern is
needed where it is, since tlu,t portion of tlie
city is thickly settled. But tertainly anex
cessible cistern on sievcnih str et is no more
needed than an excessihle cistern on Thir
teenth. One hundred dollars were paid by
the city for the construction of a public cil
tern on Thirteenth, but it isoniy exees-ible
to tlie Hibernian tire company. Should n
fire break out iu that neighborhood tlie
cistern would prove useless 'to other com
panies since there is no approached to it. It
seems to us that since a hundred dollars
wen.- spent for its construction, a few more
might be Hpent for the construction of mi
approach, mid thus make it possible to util
ize the cistern in case necessity rh ill de
mand. The list of candidates for stale offices
is growing, notwithstanding the condition
of the weather. Fourteen are named for
governor; live for lieutcnant-govcrnm ; four
for attorney-general; nine for treasurer, and
four for secretary of state. The Republican
candidates suggested for governor urn Shel
by M. Cullom, present incumbent; John C.
Smith of Oaleiia, present state treasurer;
Huic L. Moirison of Jacksonville; Thus. 8.
Ridgway of Shaw ncetown; John 15, JIawlcy
of Rock Island; John I, Biunkcr of Carlin
ville, and Richnrd J. Oglesby of Decatur.
Democrats: Lewis II. Parsons of Flora:
John U. Caton of Otlawa; John (;, Iack of
Danville; John 8. Lee of Peoria; Luther
Dearborn of Havana; William Brown of
Jueksuuvillc; Carter JL Harrison of Chica
go, and John II. Oberly oi Cairo. As yet
there is no opposition in the rciiouiiuatinn
of Auditor Needles.
No sooner was Squire Osborn ' decis
ion given yesterday, acquitting the woman
before him, thua a visible change came
over all the inmates of Ihe dens of the city.
The determined ellort made to bring them
to justice had caused them to remain in
doors and keep quiet, during ho trial, but
tlie decision of the case at once re-assured
them and their disgusting songs and shouts
ot joy on account of it, could bo heard
plainer and farther than ever in the First
ward. Not only did the black wenches re
joice, but the white wenches, too, joined in
the hilarity and drinking the health of
their male prostitutes nnd their legal supporter-.
Officer Dunker arrested three
white women in one of the Commercial
avenue saloons last night and their trial
will in all probability come olT this! after
noon. Prisoners who are confined in the city
jail, on a failure to pay the fine assessed
against them, nre creatures ol peculiar
privileges. They etui lay around iu the
jail; eat the bread of the city .and have a
generally good and lazy time without do
ing a lick of work. There is no law
which justifies the jailer or the Mayor
in compelling them to earn their bread by
working on the streets or e'sewhere. If
tl.e prisoners nre so inclined, they need not
touch a shovel or clean a crossing in the
city and what they do in the way of work,
they do intirely from choice and not from
necessity. We have our doubts about the
wisdom ot passing a law which would
authorize the jailer from withholding food
from them should they refuse to work, but
as the matter now stands a man may be
sent to jail for fifty days, as some are, nnd
iu all that time not cum a cup ot cold
Notwithstanding the fact that Alder
man Linegar will defend prostitutes who
violate the city's laws, he is a valuable man
in the council in fact just such a man ns
the council needs. He is us lull of law
well, about as full as the law allows, and is
a man of much practical sense. It is well
understood by the readers of The Bulletin
that he prefers graveling our streets to
lighting them and in this he is supported
by most of our thinking citizens. At the
last meeting of the council he presented a
petition signed by all the merchants of
Eighth street, praying that that street be
graveled, and setting forth that this was
pieferulile to having the street lighted. We
agree with the petitioners in this rind since
tie- street is one that is much used, believe
that the council should comply with the
prayer and gravel the street with good grav
el. As it at present is, it is almost impass
alde. And this reminds us of a little no
tice Shakspeare posted ou his front gate
when he was road supervisor in the little
town of Stratford on the Avon:
'The road are not piif-eiMe,
Not even jr.kns?atde:
And I'olkK nhu would trivel Ym
Munt turn out and graTeCem."
Tuesday night last thieves entered a
number of the stores nnd residences in
Brooklyn, Illinois, several miles this side of
Paducah and carried away all the valuables
they could find. We see from the Paducah
News that Mr. Mike McC'awiey lost two
barrels of Hour and other articles, an 1 Dr.
Young lost a lot of lard, while a number of
ither residents suffered from the rascals
depredations'. A boat load of men and wo
men, which had dropped into the port the
day before, was suspected, from the fact
that they were gone the next morning. Pur
suit was given bv a number of the losers,
and on the opposite side of tlie river, at the
bank, a short distance below Brooklyn, the
boat was overtaken. The put suers boarded
the craft and found two men and three wo
men, and spied one man, who had seen
them coming, making tracks up the hill.
Several loads of buck-shot and shots from
pistols were fired nt him, but bo kept go
ing. No resistance was made by the other
men, and the pursuers unceremoniously
went through their effects and the bout.
The stolen urtichs werr all found; together
will, many other tilings which had no doubt
bet a appropriated iu a like manner. The
Brooklyn parties hoisted their goods into
the skiffs in which they had given pursuit,
and, oddly as it may seem, returned to
Brooklyn, leaving the rascals to go Heir
way. The pursuers should have dumped
the women onto the bank mid the men into
the river; they would have shown better
judgment by such an action than they did
in leaving the rascals to go Scott free to re
peat somewhere else their thieving work.
The trial of tlie prostitute who was ar
rested for frequenting saloons, etc., and
whose trial has lasted for three days, yes
terday noon cunio to a close in Sipiiro Os
born's court. The attorneys oubothsidts
exerted themselves to their utmost pro
ducing and exhausting every point of law
that could be brought to bear on the case.
Monday was consumed in arguing technic
alities, Tuesday was consumed by examin
ing witnesses and yesterday forenoon the
case was argued. At noon the argument
was finished ami Squire Osborn
proceeded to sum up ' the evidence,
but it appearing from the sinning up
wh it his decision would be that it would
bo an acquittal of the wench the City At
torney entered a non-suit, which leaves the
caso v re it wus before the trial was com
menced It wuh proven that tho woman
had visited three separate saloons, but this
wuh not regarded by tho court as "frequeiit
i ing loonsi" The aon-Bult waj entered bj
tho City Attorney for various good reanons,
among which is tho one that all the wit
nesses that might have been obtain
ed were not on hand to testify.
The decision in this cuso has been looked
forward to with much interest by our
people and the sincere wish of our better
class of citizens has been that the mid
night carousings in the slums below Fifth
street be put a stop to, The prostitutes,
both male and female who inhabit thut
part of the city are notorious for filth iness
und laziness; they uro moral lepers who
would contaminate the vilest wanderer over
the footstool of God. Although every man
in Cairo knows these women are of that
character and although our officers nevro
feel safe in visiting th'n. plague
spot of our city by night
without having their hands on their
revolvers, there seems to be no court in our
city, before which these women can be
proven ns possessing a bad character or as
being prostitutes. It does seem tons that
a little less law and a little more common
sense should be made use of in our courts.
But perhaps we r.re mistaken. Of course,
we are mistaken. A police magistrate
should sit upon the bench with the dignity
ot the Chief Justice of the I'nited States
and his decisions should be very nice, even
over e.xect if thereby a criminal, who is
a prostitute, (must be a prostitute) may
The liver editor of the Paducah News
hus the following to s iy of Mr. Will Smyth's
communication to the St. Louis Times
which will be found interesting to our
A Cairo correspondent of the St. Ixiuis
Times is disponed to he a little facetious
over the abandonment of the Cairo trade
by the steamer Champion, und lets his bias
getaway with Inn. .sufficiently toaliow those
unreliable "they si)" statistics to supply
the absenceol' facts and figures. He wm:.
lead the St. Louis people to believe that
about halt of lis hi e bonanza kiniis aumnd
this way. and that a lithe
risk of a few hundred thousand on
a go-Ms-yoU-pleas.! race is a common
occurrence. We would sny that there have
seemed to lie some two or three millions of
people who were more interested anil who
knew more about the Champion'. busineos,
and how much inoiuy she lost, than any
of the parlies concerned on cilia r old.; of
the fight, and the statement allowed to go
to the public that tile Champion's loss Wns
$70,000 is as ridiculous as a great many
other speculatii ns in connection with the
Champion Fisk sen?"-. But when any
thinking, sensible busine-s man will con
sider that the Champion could i.e ru:: in
the Cairo tradu fi'lv two year-,
without one dollar of receipts, for less than
the estimated loss, it wili be readily under
stood that her lo-s in eight months could
not have been no enormous. There was
more business done in the H ide during the
light than w.is ever done before or ever will
be again, this being very fairly divided be
tween the two boats, and although this wo
dune at cut-thro, tt rat.-s, we must give the
Champion credit for having received at
least one-fourth of what ln;r work ws
worth. This being true she cannot have
lost so seriou-iy, although them wus but
little hope that she could make money in
the trade. It the elf a t w as intended to
create the, impression that the Champion
company goes to the St. Louis trade in a
weakened condition, this is a wide mist-.ke.
and the statement that
!d schedule of
rates has at once been reinstated by the
Fisk is another rtror, and it is not tni"
that the Champion was Mr. Bird's first
st"iimbofit venture, and it may be set
down that the Champion owners are
fully able to take care of them -elves.
Her present chief, Captain John A.
Bruner. is an experienced steamboat!! nu
and clever gentleman, well known in the
trade, and Mr. Bird will no doubt make
friends e.s rapidly In his new trade i s he
did elsewhere, and we have ieiiloubt that
the feeling all along the line is the same as
is here, which is, that the l !i iui;:o:i w ill
receive the supxrt of everybody bl" to
contribute towards her success.
O'NEIL RUSSF.I.IS LECTURE.
A telegram recived yesterday fro::; Mr.
T. O'Xeil R:isell states that he wi i 1 cer
tainly be here on to-morrow (Friday; even
ing and deliver his lecture on the 'Tr:s;i
Lin 1 iiesiio;i." Mr. Russell is an educat
ed gentlemen, who is thoroughly lo.wvr
cant. with tiie questions that are now agitat
ing the people of Ireland, and his iecture
will not only afford our ( i'.izefs- an opportu
nity of contributing to a praitte-wort.hy ob
ject but will uls-) give them mi insight into
the plans proposed by Parnell a:; ! a -so-eiat'.-s
for the amelioration of the condition
of their countrymen.
Mr. Russell is a frequent contributor to to
"Irish-Americin." Doiuhoi's magazine
und other periodicals and stands high as a
gentleman 'f literary attainment. Ilk ar
ticles on the Irish language especially .-"ui-mimd
Hu has kindly confuted to lecture to
morrow evening without compensation, not
even asking the expenses attending his trip,
as ho is called here on other business. A
committee of our citi.etn hascharge oi the
mutter and the proceeds will be turned
over to John Howl- y, chairman, for remit
CM.R1.STM A8 Arf I I AN D,
And it rinds J. BURGER, the. Dry floods King, fully prepared with a tremendous stock
ot Ladies' and fli nt's Ties-the largest ever brought to Cairo a most elegant line of
Linen Cutis und Collars, Ladies', Misses and Children's Hosiery, (llovr s, Underwear, i r.
sets, Kucliesand the latest BfyteS of Fancy Ribbons, Beautiful Black and Colored Cash
meres; 100 Cloaks, 11.50 to $10, worth $14; an elegant line of Dolmans for the lowest
prices. Now is tho time to buy your Christmas goods, Wc do not ndverti.se what we
will not do. Call and examine our stock.
J. BUIiGIilU, 124 Commercial Ave.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH PARLOR ENTERTAINMENT,
AT Tllli HKSIOKM E OK MltS. 1 HAS. PINCK
HKHT OK" TIIK HICUIKH Till It-OAY KVHN
INd, .IANIAKY M, 1880.
Dnette - Piano - "Overture to Tancr-edi,"
Misses (layer and Dunning.
Vocal "Luciu Di Lamiii-rnioor,"
Solo Piano 'Poet and Pennant,''
MLss Emma James.
Reading "Evening at the F.um,"
Miss K. A. Thompson.
Duetto Vocal -"The Rope the Sweetest
Flower," Messrs. Hacker and Aisthorpe.
Vocal Solo Miss Annie Pitcher,
Dnette - Piano "H Trovat-'O
Misses Olmstead and Howard.
Duet le Vocal "Cheerfuliie.sr,
Mrs. W. P. Halliday and Miss Annie Pift her.
Song Mr. 0. M. Fry.
Reading-"Rhyme of the Duchess May,"
Miss Kittie A Ivor.'.
Having dissolved partnership with John
Major, we have opened a shop on ('oiiiii)it.
cia! avenue between J 1th and 12th -treet.
All kinds of cairiages, buggies, plows an 1
wagons, also all kind' of edge tools, n,',!
picks, etc, made to order, and repairii g
done promptly and chiaply. .'55 jc.4,h
practice and t.vpiriinec enable., ns to gts-ir-antei:
all work to give satisfaction. Bigjy
painting and trimming done at pre cs to
suit the .times. .Mr. P. Oailloi,, the i. li
nage maker, is connected with u.- ami H
always ready to accommodate lUst.if.iets
MosK- TK-sit.u S ;...
Ir has wonderful power on Bowel.;, Liver
and k'ldnevs' What? Kidm v-Wort, tr it.
Harper's Voun JVople.
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lire wi ll know!., itlid the wu of nu nte.e! it, !,ni
lout: ti f-it Till. U applied Lv ilAhl'hlt'S
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p stn'f" ot f. ,sii looni jiim hII,. bl. riitur.' iii! t'.iit
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I Tt!" VolH;u of th'' VOUT C l'l OJ, iie' flWltli
I flft N .Hll'cr. p'.llihKle't O, Num. ruber ol rlilji
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ll::i'Ki;S MM. AINK Oi- V ; $..
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or li) expr,;-s. tree ef ei.. i s,' , .rovi.!i .1 Hie li elht
dn' not fxeeed one ilollui per wiliunei for r ,11
null. A eonii.'te Set. eieiijiriiri- Twetve'V.d
t. im-f . f.'nt on reit ijit ol iiish ut Hie rate of j.'. p, r
voiiime. freiciit ill ekpeiise of pur. Iu.sit
Colli l.ftKi.s for em il voluiae', nuloilde fur liiielu.j.
v. lb le- s. r.t h luiiil, postpaid, oi, receipt ol f e l
U. rnio a, ei e kIiihiIiI I.e made l,y Post nrV,
V-ii' y Onler or Urn 11. to avoid i Imiu'e ol los.
Newpiiperii ure not to euhy ntlvertieiii"i t
welioiit t!ieevjir-s iir.i. i -of lUlil'Klt A IlitoiiiKi.s.
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A etni;ihlet hv Or i 'i.ksson I'n.vrr. of C4 Stu'e
.Ht , hi' ii-o. Ir. I'ra. t Ik Oie niillior of the (zii'.e
Treatment for CnUrrli. und in his new Treiilise ih
n-vei'd tier neerel ol III A Kuiaess tn the Irealtnei f
nt h dii" ne. to wlilrli lie 1ms irlvca tlin ulady ot k
lie.; uiini. .leipiii.-i seui on receipt ol rie, Kt.-imi.