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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKNISO. DECEMBER 19. 182.
Tin-: daily bulletin;
orncEt no. n omo lkvee.
ENTERED AT TQK CAIRO POBTOfriCK TOR
TBAXSttlSSlOX TUBOUOUTHK MAIL! IT BSC
OND CLASS RATES.
OFlciAL FAPKB OF CUT AND COTJKTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Moticea tii tnu column, eigat cents per Una for
Irittndfivt cents per Una auhiuhequent Inter-
ion. For one week, SO cents pur line. For one
frouth, 60 eenu par Una.
BOc per Cau,
Extra Selects, at DcUaun's.
Receipt books, Cairo date Imo, perfora
ted stub, suited to auy business, ruanufac
tured aid for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
To Be Continued.
The business of the lateWm. Alba will
be continued by Mrs. Alba at tlio old place.
Mr. Conrad Alb will bave personal super
rision of the business and will see that it
is conducted in the future as it was iu the
past, under the able management of de
ceased, in a manner that will give the
greatest satisfaction to the patrous of the
establishment. A continuance of the cus
tom of the past is solicited.
Try John A. Miller's jewelery estab
lishment before you make your Holiday
purchases, lie has anything you want and at
lowest prices. tf
Grand Opeha Restaurant opposite
Opera House up stairs, Back entrance on
7 th street. Oysters in every style. 11-28 tf
in market at DeBauu's 66 Ohio levee.
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a good meal call at Schocn
moyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ington Ave. Only 25 ceuts for a regular
meal, and day boarders will find the best
accomodation on reasonable terms.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Deliiun'a.
Lalies - Rjitaurant opposite Opera
Ilouse. Gus B)tto proprietor, ll-26"tf
For Oysters in any style go the Grand
Opera Restaurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11 20 tf
go toDeBaun's, 00 Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new home shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Teutli street. All
manner of bUcktnvtbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf ,
st DoBaun's. 50 Ohio levee.
Bails, pimph'S, and all blood diseases
are cured by "Dr. Lindsey's Blood Searcher."
Bold by all druggists. Never fails.
Mr. J. Vandeuyeek, Druggists, Grand
Haven, Mich. I can safely recommend
Ely's Cream Balm for the cure of Catarrh,
Cold in the Head, &c B furo I have UBed
the first bottle I purchased of u I find
myself cured. At times I could scarcely
smell anything and had a headache mst
of the time. Henry Lily, Agent for the
American Express Co., Grand Haven, Mich.
A Varied Performance.
Many wonder how Parker's Ginger
Tonic can perform such varied cures, think
ing it essence of ginger, when in fact it is
made from many valuable medicines which
set beneficially on every diseased organ.
Mr Son, aged nine years, was afflicted
with Catarrh; the use of Ely's Cream Balm
effected s complete cure. W. E. Uammav,
Druggist, Easton, Pa.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
nets, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will ceo you, Kit EE
of ciiahok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev,
Jostra T. Inman, Station D., New York
For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; sis') as a preventive against
Fever and Auue, and other Intermittent
Fevers, the ''Foiro-Plmspoiati'd Elixir of
Calimya,'1 made by Cuswell, llnz trd & Co.,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic, and fir patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
Are you inxdu miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, DizzlneM, Lohs of Appetite,
Yellow Skinl Stuloh's Yital zor Is a post
tve cure. (10)
No lady of refinement likes to resort to
superficial dwlcti to supply a ureotn.ng
seuiblauuauidf her runner bounty. It 1
health alone that kindles the fire that liuht
the countenance and brings buck the fresh
tints of ihn apple bloss mis to tho laded
check, If anything on earth will di thi
it is Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Viwlablo
Compnuud which lias already bmught
boalth to multitudes with whom all other
means have failed.
Ricbaro Dnlguacr, of Columbia, 111.,
writes "Brown'g Iron Bitters is the lnt
tonio medicine I have ever founds I will
recommend it." '
A beacon to distress Is "Dr. Sellers'
Cough Syrup," the moat efficacious remedy
for coughs, colds and hooping cough,
Floe stock of Christmas good, Jewel
try watches clocks and silverware st John
Cairo Chapter No. 71,
w ill hold a regular convocation at its room
in the Masonic ball, this Tuesday evening
lor the purpose of electing officers. 1 he
High Priest through the secretary, extends
a cordial invitation to companions ot otner
'The buildings oil corner of 20th st. and
Commercial avenue, now occupied as coop
er shops. Unless disponed of by private
sales the buildings will be sold at public
auction, at 10 o'clock a. m.on Tuesday Dec.
19th. Tho buildings to be removed by Jan
uary 1st 1883." 12-1 5-5t. Uallidat bros.
Cairo Lodge K. of il. 1412.
All members are requested to attend next
meeting Dec. 20 at 7 p. in. as there will bo
an election of officers for the ensuing term
and other important business. Hy order of
Lodge. Ct P. G. Powell, Roporter.
Having purchased tho bakery of J.
Anthony, on Washington avenue between
0th and 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cukes,
&c. of tho best quality at tho lowest pricos
to bn round in tho city. Call and boo mo.
12-12'tf Jacob Latnkr.
Diamonds, and jewokry, latest styles;
gold and silver watches. French clocks
&c, &c. at John A. Miller's. tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NoUcei In these eoinmns, ten cents per Una,
trh tnoerttno and whHtbur marked or not, if calcu
1'itod to fuwsrd any rain's butlneni lutorett are
Skates of all kinds at C. W. Hender
son's on Twelfth street. tf
Messrs. Steagala Bros, are putting up a
now billiard table.
Mr. Leightoa Pine arrived in the city
Lost: a gold neck-lace with cross.
Finder will bo liberally rewarded by leav
ing same at Bulletin office. It
Schoolchildren will und Tna Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
M. J. II mley this moruing advertises
a number of valuablo lots on Washington
ave. for salo.
Wanted large, clean, cotton rags at
5c. per pound at The Bulletin offioo to
day. The "German," a terpsochorian organi
zation composed of a number of our popu-
ar young rum, u to give a hall at Reform
tall on Eighth street to-night
Cairo Chapter, No. 71 meets at Mason
ic hall to night for the purpose of electing
officers. Companions of other chapters are
also invited to bo prcBcnt. See special
Just received a large stock of fine
opera glaoseo, pearl aud other kinds, for
stle and hire; also fine jewolry, watches,
clocks and plated waro, at Budor's jewelry
For skates, go to C. W. Henderson's,
on Twelfth and Commercial. tf
Saturday in stepp'ng from his buggy
Mr. Frank Galigher sprained bis ankle so
badly that he has been compelled to dcaiBt
from active exercise andconfino liimnelf to
Two popular young gentlonien are
about to accept clerkships on an Anchor
line steamer that's what Durue Rumor
says and so lonjj as she remaius uncontra
dicted we tuny assume thst sho tells the
The installation of the nuwly
officers of the Knights Templar,
about a week ago, will take placo
hall of the order on Commercial
to-morrow. The interesting ceromony will
bo concluded with a grand banquet.
Friday last, in company with Dr. Ben
son and Mr. Ed. C. Halliday, Captain
James O'Neal, superintendent of tho St.
Louis and Now Orleans Anchor line com
pany, visited the United States Marine hos
pital station here, aud after a critical ex
amination of iU arrangement and manage
ment cxpressod an opinion very complimen
tary to those in charge.
Marine hospital notes for November:
Number of patients left over from previous
Month 65; number admitted during
November 75; discharged during Novem
ber, 80; died during November, 1 ; number
ou hsnd December 1st, '82,53; aggregate
number of days relief f urnishod In hospital,
1778; number of out ptiimts treated, 80;
number of times relief furnished, 101.
S inson & Co., art publisher?, say of
their artist proofs, steel engravings: These
pictures cannot be bought at retail any.
where in the world tor less than $13 euch.
If you are not fully satisfied they are worth
It, keep them without giving us soy return
in advertising or otherwise." They are 30
X 10 lu si'z, and are otfored for salo by Tub
Bulletin for f 15.00 per pair for the boll
C. W. Henderson, st Twelfth and Com
uieruial, keeps the largest and best assort'
meut of skates in tho city. tf.
At Columbus Ky., yesterday after
noon, at 4 o'clock, at tho resldenco of tho
bride's parents, Miss Anna Divis was mar
ried to Mr. A. T. Sabln, division engineer
on the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad. Rev,
R. T. Qoodruiu officiated. The couplo nro
known by many and aro favorites of Col
u tubus society, Mr, C. B. S. Penncbaker,
of this city went down to attend the wed
Wo have heard of the temptation that is
supposed to lurk in "Tho nectar that Jupi
ter sips," but the gods nectar. Could not
be mentioned on tbo same day with the
cider at Susnnka's Magnolia saloon. Could
that Heathen Deity of mythology havo ex
changed his nectat for this pure Cobden
cider, be would have dono nothing but sip
and sip to tho entire neglect of all his bus
iness, including the other gods aud god
desses, big and little. If you don't believe
it just go and try the cider, thats all.
Our New York correspondent says
"The sceuery which is used in the first,
secoud and fourth acts of young Mrs. Win
throp" at tho Madion Square theatre is
constructed of wood and brass. The
metals was cut by bund in India for Louis
C. Tiffany & Co., who imported it iu Iudia;
this metal is used for docoratiug rooms
dedicated to special ceremonials. The
walls and ceiling of the scene at the Mad
ison Squ iro theatre contains over two hun
dred oriental designs. Its full beauty cau
ouly be appreciated by a minute inspection
through au opera glass. It shows the kind
of house dtcoiation which the more
wealthy aro now introducing in New York
Over one thousand people were at the
Opera Ilouse lust night to witness the
carnival of fun presented there by Barlow,
Wilson & Co's mammoth minstrels. The
gallery wa9 crowded to suffocatiati, the
dress-circle was full n 1 the lower floor veiy
nearly so. In point of character it was
equal to any that has ever gathered thereor
any whore else, Tho performance was one
series of pluasant surprises from beginning
to end, and thoaudieuce was kept constantly
laughing, wondering or applauding. The
performance deserves such mention as the
time aud space now at our command will
not permit; but wo shall take pleasure in
doing it justice "in our next."
Two deck passengers on the steamer
Biton Rouge lying at our wharf Saturday
night or Sunday morning, got into a fierce
quarral which load to an a83tu!t and termi
nated in the shooting of onthem, a man
named Frank. Kruser, aged about twenty
five yens. The ball entered his left tem
ple which in tho opinion of Mariue Surg ion
Bjnsion, is likely to prove fatal. It is said
by several who profess to know that Krue
was the aggressive party iu the assault;
that ho had knocked his oppouent down
twice and h id drawn a knife on hira when
boreceeivad the wound. lie was immedi
ately taken to the hospital station and his
received the best possible attention from
tho Sisters an i Dr. Bjnson. -Tho wounded
man's brother is also hero attending the
bod-side. Tho sho itist was also a young
ruau. Immediately after he had done ho
deed he ran from the boat and up the
levee, and has not been aiien since. No
one ou the boat could give the ma i's name,
nor a fair description of tho nun. Up
to lato last night no traco of him had been
found by the officeis.
Hou. John II. Oberly and Col. Scott,
of Bloomington arrived in tho city Sunday
and made their hoad-quarters at The Halli
day until yesterday evening, when they
again left tor home. Mr. Oberly was here
principally tor the purpose of determining
upon some repairs to bo made upon his
Washington avenue property. Col. Scott
is one of tho substancial citizens of Bloom
ington and is president of tho Bulletin
company there. On Sunday a large num
ber of friends flocked to The Halliday to see
and shake hands with Mr. Oberly.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Oberly, Col. Scott,
Col. Taylor, Captain Halliday, Alderman
Win. Mcllalo and several other gentlemen
took a drive out to the Mississippi levee to
view the extensive improvements recently
made there by the city and by the Trust
Property company, and also to see some of
the important industrial institutions of the
city. What they saw must have conviuced
themof C dro's stability bflr entire safety
from any and all danger likely to result
from high and turbulent floods and also of
her importance as a manufacturing city.
Tho readers of The Bulletin will re
member seeing mention la these columns
of a burglary comniitod at the boit sto i of
Mr. Samuel Wilson, on Ohio levee, just be
fore tbo burglary was committed at the
Chicago clothing housa. At Mr. WiUou's
placo the safe was broken open and the
money drawer taken awny; but there were
also a pair of boots stolen which fict was
not mentioned before. The boots belonged
to Mr. Wilson and It was but yesterday
that be informed Child Meyers of their lots.
Tbo chief had from tho first associated tho
Poleman boys with the Wik.n burghry
and had accused them of it; but they had
denied all knowledge of it and do s ) still.
But yesterday tho Chief's suspicions wero
aroused iifienh. Ha waut an! examined tho
boots worn by tho older of tho two b tyB
and found that they did not fit tho boy.
He then took Mr. Wilson to examino the
boots and ho Identified them us his own, as
the ones stolen from his storo during tho
night of the burglary. Thus there is the
strongest kind of clrcumstrtncial' evidence
that these two young fellows committed
both burglaries aud aro by no means green
hands at tlio business,
Befote Judgo Baker at tho court house
yesterday afternoon, tho motion to set
aside tho injunction granted tho city against
tho Cairo St. Louis railroad company
was re-opened to the extent of allowing the
presentation of tho mutter from tho stand
point of the new organization, tho St. Louis
& Cairo railroad. Tho matter will bo bet
ter understood wheu it is stared, that tho
present organization claims, that though
it succeeded to all the property and rights
of tho old organization, it is not bound by
any of the conditions upon which that
proporty and those rights were acquired,
and is particularly not -hound by any objec
tionable court-decision with which such
proporty aud such rights may be encum
bered. A large number of witnesses have
been summoned by the complainant!!, but
only sumo documentary evidences was
takeu yesterday. Tho argument will No
re-opened in tho office of Messrs. Green &
Gilbert this morning. Mr. 8. C. Judl, of
Chicago, and Lion. I). T.Linegar, Bppears
for the railroad company, and Corporation
Counsel W. B. Gilbert represents tho city.
Tho argument may continue throughout
About eleven o'clock yesterday tho
two satchels stolen from the Chicago clo
thing house by tho two young burglars
named Poleman or Pullman about ten days
ago, arrived hero from East St. L"uis, to
whero they hail been Beut by the boys
when at Mounds Junction. They had laid
in the express office at E ist St. Louis un
called-for, and it was by considerable cor
respondence between the agents there and
Chief Myers hero that ttK-y wero
Dually identified and returned. One was
a large black "grip," and was tagod and
addressed to "Charles Smith-" The other
was a brown leather satchel, smaller but
of better quality, an 1 was directed to
"Mike Poorman," East St. Louis. Buing
opened by Mr. Werner of the Chicago
store they wero fouud to be crammed full
of gent's furnishing goods. Altogether
there were too complete suits of coat, vest
and pants, an over coat, two or threo fur
cap, fl teon fine silk handkerchiefs, several
suits of underwear, three or four white
laundried shirts, same number of woollen
over-shirts, and a pair of odd gloves,
of sheep skin, the matos to which the young
rascals wore when captured. Tho satchels
inside, tho white shirts and tho clotninir,
showed marks of blood. Tho vaiu of
these goods will probably reach seventy-five
George Wilson is a dangerous sort
of follow, chiefly because of tho largo
a'liouut of "gall" wasted in his general
make-up, which he uses to his own pecun
iary advantage aud in utter disregard and
violation of the crimiual code. On Satur
day he was without funds and without the
inclination to get any by honest toil. He
saw an old mun with a satchel wandering
along the street apparently without any
definite purpose the old man was wander
ing, not thu satchel. Quick as thought he
formed a plan by which ho would "play"
the old man for the "cases." "Are you
looking for a hotel?" asked Ooorgo of tho
old man. "No," came tbo prompt reply.
"Do you want work?"' sskad George again.
"Yes," said tbo man, "I'll work if I can
get a job." "Well," said George, "you
meet me about b ro to-morrow morniug
and I'll give you a jib. I am a contractor
and want about fifty men. So if you see
any more that want work bring them along
with you." "To-morrow morning" came
and tho old man and George met as agreed
upin. They walked around town for some
time, Grforiie leading the way, until they
came to a saloon down town into which
George went, saying thst hs would bo out
aain after having "settled a little bill" he
owed in there. Ho came out a few moments
after and he asked the old man for one dol
lar in change. The old man under the im
pression that George wanted a bill changed,
took out his pockot-book, but couldn't
find anything smaller th in s two dollar bill.
"Well, that'll do, wait'll I como back,"
siid Georgo as he snatched the bill and dis
appeared through the Biloon door. The
old man was a little puzzled, but waited
for some minutes patiently. But George
didn't come back and bo wasn't in the sa
loon either when the old man went in; be
had gone out the back way aud dinup
poared. The old man wandorod again,
but now not without somo purpose. Ho
found George after a search of several hour?,
who excused himself most fluently and
begged most pitiously to be forgiven. The
old man took ft very philosophical view of
the matter. Ha knew that a fuss wouldn't
bring back the two dollars and he con
cluded to let the matter drop, mentally
charging the two dollars up agaiust the
"experience" account. But Officer Ilaz.
Martin heard ot tbo affair. Ho knew the
guilty fellow, had seen him talking to tho
man, hunted for, fouud, arrested him aud
brought him before Magistrate Comings,
where tho prisoner plead guilty to disor
derly couduct and was fined cne hundred
dollars and costs. Georgo will now lie
fifty days in jail and work upon tho streets
of tho city from time to time.
--The rush of uiouey-less, baggage-less,
food-less, friend less, and homeless stran
gers for pases over the river at this point
opened up with renewed vluor at the
mayor's office yesterday morning, snd con
tinued nearly all day with but short inter
ruptions. Croupes of from two to six men
would tiirong the office-window at a tira,
all with wou-begono countenances, somo
poorly clad, and some with tholr httlo sur
pcrfljous wardrobe tied up in a bandana
of an uncertain color; and to fill out, tdgn,
Hud hand overlittlo slips requesting Capt.
Hacker of tho Three Statos to pass two or
four or six as thocasj mught bo, by order
of tho mayor, was ouo of
tho chief occupations of Miss Katio How
ard, tho mayor's efficient right-hand asist-
ant. A bit of paper held by one of a group
I do hereby appoint Phil.
t.r m.Am.r, 1
uj umcr& xur nit, aim
Tinicmi III Ponding fli.lf- nun iicii.il li- orVI1 i"nii lv . 4l... .. . . S
I'"""" " viiuviivo mill aiu itsuuuj auiu iui icr IJUIH
good' A Sugar. Phil is mauufacturiiig every day and i
vites the public to call aud see for themselves how well he f
acting: Santa Claus instruction. f
We call the attention to an article iu (he Pattersort
New Jersey paper to a Coroner's Inquest: I
"We, the Jurv, sworn to investigate the cause of fl!
death of Jluy anil Willie "Brooks, are of the opinion tint
death ensued from Poisonous Candies that they had eaten o;
the night of their death."
Come Everybody and see
uroppea tnrougn mail tilled
of these men yesterday murniug aud band
ed the mayor uivos tho key to thocauso of
all this exodus of laborers to tho south. It
tells in a very few words that tho
moving broth of all this arpiy
of idle men which has pued through here
during thu lut few weeks is but tho roBult
of a .well worked, ingenious
scheme on tho part of a few
speculators in St. Imis und Chic
ago, who are imk'ng handsome sums of
money out of the guliibilty of their dupes,
tho "ex'd users." 'the slip of paper was
signed by D-ivenport & Qiinn, of St.
Louis, and inlormed ''Captain W. L. Mar
shall, U. S. Engineer at Wilson's Point,"
that "the bearer wishes to do gov. work
under you at Wilson's Point." "The bear
er" of his slip was one of a lurge crowd
who had come here Sunday, in repponso to
a call for several hundred laborois to go
south to work on railio.ds, published in
the St. L'uis papeis. IU bad Called upou
Messrs. Davenport & Q linn, had paid
two dollars, all he hid, for his fare to Wil
son's Point, received a lailna i ticket for
Cairo wlierc, he was tdd, ho would bo re
ceived by a committeo at the dupot, put
aboard of a boat and taken on to bis desti
nation without further expense. Ho and
his crowd arrived here a'l light, byt there
was no reception committee and no pala
tial steamer awniting them; sni thy were
hero in about the .same condition as a flock
of shorn shep in a wilderness. When they
rcaliz j their forlorn condition they seek to
make their way wWiNon's Point" as best
they can an I as a preliminary step they
apply for passes ovti the Ohio. The con
tractors who sent them hero make con
tracts with the railroad companies to
transport so many to Cairo at perhaps a
dollar per head; they make tho men pay
two dollars, or all they can spare, and pock
et the diff rencc. They are conscienctdess
scoundrels, who merely send these poor fel
lows down hero in order to gain the profits
from tho transportation, without knowing
orcarin how their dupes will fare after
they leave thetowu they sturt from.
"Jim" Orange was up heforo Magis
trate Comings again yrtterday for getting
on onoof his enzy druuks. He was fined ten
dollars aud costs. Jim ought to be suppress
ed. The city council ought to suppress
him. It ouht to pus nn ordinance re
quiring that Jim do forthwith become an
nihilated, upon penalty of being confronted
in an enclosure with mm of tho fighting
members of tho city council and be by him
handled in accordance with Q leeuBbury
rules. Sjino might objoct that this would
be an unreasonable requirement. Well,
what of it? Wo can point to several
precedents that would amply justify
the council iu passing ny kind of an ordi
nance requiring anything" of anybody, par
ticularly of railroad coporatione. But to
returu to the subject. If Jim should not
promptly comply with tho comparatively
vo'y reasHiahle requirement of such an
ordinance, bo should bo arrested ' by the
couucil, and the penalty of tho law ho had
violated should be visited upon bis woolly
head. There are several muscularand spirited
members in the council, who havo, upon
occasions, shown strong inclinations to en
gage in physical comb it iu the chamber.
Theso should ba appointed to moot Jim.
They should bo subjected to careful train
ing, bo well groomed Hnd propetly dieted
for several days beforehand, Jim ii always
in good trim always in good fighting con
dition provide 1 he gets enough oh I be
hellful to Hint or him up and to arouso hit
usually slumbering energies. A meeting
might bo arranged any where in tho city
by special permission ol tlu mayor, and at
any time when indications promise that the
c mncilinon will chow tight long enough to
bo brought faco to face with Jim. Iiut care
should bo taken that Jim is taken off and
muzzled and manacled at tho proper time,
for ho is a terror whuii ho gets his dander
up. Those sra merely suggestions,' you
know, made in a spirit of meekness, and
with a du-j appreciation of our physical in
significance and ol tho physical superiority
of tho fighting members aforesaid. Iufact
It is because of our high estimate of tho
prowess of said fighting member that we
veuture to suggest this nwtliod of ridding
thu city of a great nuisance that has period
ically terrorized the community for lo! these
several yours. The councilman who should
como out victor In this lovers oontett could
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Candies made. All order
on shortest notice.
very justly lay claim to being the cock
the walk In the rnunril chamber, and wou
but need to tutll liij brow in order lo stril-
terror to the whole body und induce thr
to vote unhesitatingly for any measuro hi'
might propose, even if it wer to swee
from the face of tho earth every railroa
corporation excepting one little ouo.
NEW AUYEHTlsta !. !.
Koike. Id thi column thrca Hut. or ler n.ciJ
oooluDurtluu ur $1 oo i r wo. k.
1jH)lt 8AI.E. Five vi!ob.) 1. t- on Ws.lilnpt-1'
tdcu oi'po.iio the con l U"! hd ib-ee u.
irabla Ion r rn-r7tti utreui nl W!)iDi;ton .(
uu. M. J.HUtVLKY, icsl Entme Arfrni ;
UOBSALK AT AUCTt 'N. Hoiwr nn 1 lot wi:
koou ftDI, will be suldun B III of Uecocube
iltnated on lt trect oj'po lte the coiiv. n.
POK t ALK B Vr'n c1iIm, wis 'Mid. I
L bieiAc. -CoNttVU ALBA, S;i:b timet
U 'It Al,K. Shonlngsr rarlor 'tifin 5 o
A taro. Tuopi la uerfoct ord-.:r. Will ho iid
a Oftrirmo. L't'.l oa or iJdren cire of 1'ri bn c ,
L,H8AI.E.-.UInki.Chlfi: Morale, Suat
Urr',tr and Warranty JJ.:eda at ti Bullut
Job (jftka 78 Ohio Levee .
The Old lieliabl-
o, S, wt! have a
Grand New Year's Hall
In tber Mall oo
Monday XiarLt January 1, 1833
I i ----- 7 Hum uM auj nin it
Baou-oni'ly trimmed f'r the ocrnflor, and tfc
nail nasnufn ti.wijr fitted up. anjwtn I,
twiii'uuKje win mite nr't p Urn to make th Ua
a crai.d aurccaa tail atiall H blfchlj ettojtd bv a
H II I KN I O R R,
Committ, uof ArraiiKeinunn.
JKW Tln AN'D OYSTKlt DEPOT.
Having now perfected my arrar.ifumeuti to
supply the tmdu with
OYSTEltS AND FISH
I Can Now Offer as Follows : Oyatm
Taken From the Shell Heie Fresh
as From the Gulf.
Ba oo Cooks 8, M p
" Baalno . fa
Oyatra Inbuilt ' fi
Oyatera tiaodardi In cant ', 30
blieep Head, Ac
.ki per lb
NEW YOltK iSTORE,
wuolksau: Aim it in ail.
The Largest Variety Slock
in Tins cri v.
GOODS SOLDVEKY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KU CO..
0r. Nineteenth f treet J nn j p , III
I'tiTtoiierclal Avetinu I v'tlUU 111
(J O A 1.
D Stoves 13
8 Tinware. S
T UK CITY NATIONAL DANK.
71 OlilO LKVKM.
ROUGH & READY RR
A General Banking IiuhIikb
r .;' Conducted.
, THOS.-W. HAtiJUDAY.