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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKNINO, DECEMBER 24,
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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iKASBMiBMios Tiiiun:oUTnB mails at sec
ond CLABS KATES.
iifWUL PAMCKOF CITY AND COUNTY
SrEClAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Motion in mi column, oitfut cout jer Hue for
flrt ami five cni pur liuo each ulequent Inior-
on. Kor ouo -(Aik. 30 coma uer iioo, ror oue
ii onih, tin cents por line-
5Uc per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBauu's.
Ueri'ipt books, Cairo date lino, perfora
te stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured a id lor salo at tbo Cairo Bulletin
Gkasd Ofkua Restaurant opposite
Opera II tine up stairs, Back entrance on
7tli street. Oysters iu every style. 11-20 tf
in market at DeBauu's 50 Ohio levee.
A OOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a good meal call al Schoen
nieyer's Restaurant cor. 10th Bt. and Wash
ington Ave. Only25cuuU tor a regular
meal, and day boarders will find the best
accomodation on reasonable terms.
BOc. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBiun's.
Li lie Rtitaurant opposite Opera
House. Qus Bitto proprietor, 11-20 tf
Foil OV3TEH9 in any stylo go the Grand
Opera K'i-taurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
40 to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P Powers on Tenth street. All
maimer of bl ickiiu. thing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work douo promptly. tf
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tl.jever
faithful wile and mother, constantly watch
ing and carini; for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach Rnd bowels regulated, blood puri
tied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
sure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost tifty
cent. Sold by Harry W.Sehuii. (4)
This Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Boinbon,
lad, bays: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Sb.iloh's Consumption Cure. (0)
Satisfaction For Ten.
In our lamily of teu for over two yearn
Parker's Ginger Tonic bus cured headache,
malaria mJ other complaints bo satisfac
torily that we Hre iu excellent health and no
expense for doctor or other medicines.
. A beacon in distress is "Dr. Sellers'
Cough Syrup," tha most efficacious remedy
lor coughs, colds and hooping cough.
Loss of huir and grayness, which often
mar the prettiest face, are prevented by
Parker's Hair Balsam.
A General Stampede.
Never whs such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Hany W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chit is. Hoarseness, Severe Coughn, or any
offection of ilm Throat and Lungs, csu get
atrial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling nt above Drug Store. (4)
Thomas Hart, 350 Clark street, Chicago,
III., ay: "After suffering from typhoid
t'evr, Brown's Iron Bitters restored my
To nil who are suffering from the errors
and in liscretioiis of youth, nervous weak
uefs, eiii ly decay, l irs of manhood, &c, I
will end a recipe that will cce you, Fit EE
of chauob. This great remedy was
discovered ly a minister in South America,
hen I a s It-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Josfcrit T. I.N man, Station D., New York
Foil Dyspc psia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, iu their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Agu", an 1 other Intermittent
FfVi-r, the "Feiro-Phosporated Elixir of
CalisHyii," made by Ciswell, llazird & Cc.,
Nmw York, and sol i by all Druggists, is tho
lut tonic; and f r patients iecuvei'ingfrom
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (I)
Auk you undo miserable by Iudigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin'f Shiloh's Vitali.er ia a posi
No lady of refinement likes to resort to
Ruperfkiitl devices to supply a becoming
semblance of of ber former beamy. It is
health alone that kindles the tiro that lights
tho countenance and brings back the fresh
tints of ih applo bloss una to the faded
cheek. If anything on earth will do this
it is Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound which has already brought
health to multitudes with whom all other
means havo failed.
Mr Son, aged uine years, was afflicted
with Catarrti; the uso of Ely's Croatn Balm
effected a complete cure.
W. E. Rahman,
Druggist, Laston, Pa.
COAL VAS1J8, FT UK IltO.NS,
coal bucket, child trays, jap-iueil warp
an J etc., etc., nt Davidson a.
llivinr mnchasod t ho bakery ot
Anthony, on Wastliiii,'toii avmiuo between
'Jtli and' 10th streets, I prepared to oiler to
the public ut nil times fresh bread, cakes,
&c. of tho best quality at the lowest prices
lo bo folia 1 m tho city, dill and sec- mo
12-12 tt' Jacoii Latnkk.
Tub Wm. Ai.ua uahdeii-siicI' one of
the best appointed shops in t ho city; four
barbers all first class workmen. Call at
tins shop, Commercial avenue next tho
Onera House- and cet liair-eutlius, shara-
pooning and shaving done iu an artistic
Happy Christmas, 1IW2!
MERRY NEW YEAR, 1883!
OLl AND UI5LIABLE NEW YOllK STOKE
Justin receipt of all such Goods as are
needed for the Holiday Trade,
New Raisins, Candiks, Mince Meat,
New Currants, Home-made Candy, Apple
Butter, Clams, New Citron, Fnucy Candy,
Fruit Batter, Celery, N- w Prunes, Candy
Toys, Jellies and Preserves, Cocoatuts,
&c, Ac. New Suaar from the South and
Molasses. China Dills, Wax Dolls and
Wood Dolls, toys of all kinds to make
the children happy and joyful.
Choice Huston Butter and Fresh Countiy
Butter, Dressed Turkeys and Chickens.
of Fancy Dry Goods, such hs Collars, both
Lice and Linen, Si 1 k Handkerchiefs,
Fancy Hose, Socks, Cloaks, and in fact all
Goods needed for homo and comfort.
We h ive tho Goods, and they must be
sold. Our motto is "to sell Goods cheap
and lots of them." Try our P. & W. Fiour.
Bnest in the city.
Choice Hams, Breakfast Bacon and
Dried Beef, Pig's Feet and Tongues,
Choice Apples and Oranges.
Call ami see us and buv your Goods
cheap. 5t C. O. Patieii & Co.
Rooms to Kent.
Furnished rooms for rent by Mrs. S.
Williamson, near corner Seventh street aud
(iENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In these commits, ton com por line,
v.b -inmrttnn slid whuthcr marked or not, if calcu
1'ited to fowa-d any mm' business Interest are
always paid for.
Judge Yocum is at Grand Chain spend
ing the holidays.
Fine st'Hc Christinas goods, jewel
ery watches clocks and silverware at Johu
A. Miller's. tf
Tho public schools will not open to
morrow, but Tuesday.
Schoolchildren will ilnd The Bulle
tin Bcratoh-books Nos. 2 and 3 for sale at
Phil Saup's candy stJie. tf
See notice in special locals of furnished
rooms for rent by Mrs. S. Williamson.
Tho young people's singing club lately
organized will moot for practico on Tues
day uight, instead of Monday tho regular
Diamond.-, and jowoleiy, latest styles;
gold and silver watches. French clocks
&c, &c. at John A. Miller's. tf
Major J. M. Raum, of Golcouda, was
at Tho Halliday yesterday. So was the
rollicking Joseph P. Roberts, id Mound
Try John A. Miller's jewelery estab
lishment before you make your Holiday
purchases. He lias anything you want ind at
lowest prices. tf
The visual quantity of interesting read
ing matter is lacking iu this morning's
paper because of tho sudden illness of sev.
eral of The Bulletin's compositors.
Just received a large stock of fine
opera glasses, pearl and other kinds, for
s ile and hire; also fine jewelry, watches,!
clocks aud plated waro, at Budor s jewelry
The Allons club, of Mound City, will
give another social danco at Stokes' Hall,
on Friday of this week. A number of
young people iu this city have received in
vitations aud will attend.
Mr. Frank Galigher is still conGnod to
his homo because of his sprained ankle,
and will bo probably for several weeks yet,
though ho is able to move about the house
with some difficulty with the assistance of
A Christmas present that could not be
excelled fur general usefulness is displayed
at Colemau's book Btore in shape of a
"Silent" New Homo Sewing Machine, with
all attachments; price at factory, $55.00
aud Coleman only asks $45 for it. Call
and see it. 3 1 .
'I'll 0 Wabash excutsion train which
conies down from Cartni on Saturday next
will remain over here long enough to allow
thd excursionists to attend tho matinee of
"Now East Lyuno," given by tho Chan
-Tho Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows, of which Mr. Robert Campbell was
a uiiuber,has prepared to take care of Mrs.
Campbell during her prostration with her
injured limb. The old lady was doing
Ciiuihtmas Phehkntj. Ladies and
Gent's who intend making presents to their
families cannot probably select a more sen
sible, seasonable or appropriate ouo than
onoof my nice Children's School ; Boy 'g
Youth's or Gent's Shuts of tho latest styles,
overcoat, or one or more of my elegant, all
wool large size, Ulaokots at $0, and up
wards. B. McManus. at
Are "Tho Mytha" indeed myths? If
not, why this mysterious inactivity this
seeming non-txistencef Hut if so, why so
There ought to bo a grand danco some
where in the city during this week, or
Mound City will monopolize tho interest
and attention of the lovers of dancing in
Iutuu proceedings pending between
the St. Louis nnd Cairo railroad company
and the city of C iiro, on Friday at Mr.
Lansdtn's office. Col. 8. S' Taylor testifiod
for the city, aud at tho conclusion of his rx
animation tho court adjourned to meet
again for a continuance of the trial not later
than the 22d proximo,
Mr. George M. Dugan, telegraph man
ager, Mr. John G. Maun and J. AY. Turner,
division superintendents, and Mr. C. M
Jsheafe, general superintendent, ull of the
Chicago, St. Louis & New Orlcaus railroad
and from different points on that liuc, were
some of tho distinguished guests at The
Mr. Wm. B. Williamson who has for
about four years been employed iiv The
Bulletin office, mostly in tho job depart
nientuid for a year or more as foreman of tho
job rooms, and given good sutisluction gen
erally, has gone to St. Louis, where his rela
tives reside, uud where ho will seek to make
his fortutie for awhile. He deserves to
-xesterdav a happy surpriso cime to
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Loflm in the returu ol
tho former's step-son George Slocum who
h id n t been heard from for seven years
anil was suppled to be dead long since.
He had been away from homo altogether
shout sixteen years, but bad been heard
from last about seven years ago. His safe
return is indeed a cause for rejoicing among
The Wabish excursion trin yesterday
was well laoen with passen'rers. all ol
whi an c irne down to make purchases f r
Christmas, and they made them as m iny of
our merchants can testify. Tho streets in
the principal business portion of the city
presented a very lively appearance all day
until late iu tho nfghr, it being quite diffi
culty at times to get through the crowds.
From all of which wo judgo .that S;int i
Claus will bo very liberal to-morrow in
The simple announcement that the
"Mnjnr and the Judge" will returu here on
Thursday nidif, in company with "Kit the
Arkansas Traveller," is sufficient to insuie
a full hou'e. We were in error yesterday
regarding a revision of the old and popular
play of "The Octoroon" which tho Chan-
fraus propose submitting to our people on
Saturday, We aro glad to bo able to say
that it is tho Identical Mrflo-drama playol
years ago, tho hand of the vandal never
having changed it in any particular.
Mr. Jacob Kline lou as yet done noth-
iug with his artesian well since Mr. Gerould
abundoucd the work; but it is his inten
tion to put a man of experience to work
on it within a week or ten days. He has
great confidence in the ultiniato success of
tho work and is willing to risk tho expen
diture of a sufficient Kum of monev to
prosecute he work u'nt.1 it shall have becu
fully deinoiibtrnt 'd that the scheme is not
practicable, or tho well is iu satisfactory
operation, which will probably require but
a little more uvmey acd effort.
People" living up town and wanting
anything in the meut and vegetable line,
tine beef, pork, mutton, venison, veal, game,
fish or anything usually kept in a first-class
market, need not go down town for the
same, tor r red Koeliler, at the corner of
Twenty-ninth streit and Commercial ave
nue, keeps all these tilings iu Urge quanti
ties and of the best qualities. During
L,ent ho will make it a point to have fine
fresh gamo fish three times per week. Up
town people- should patronize up town en
terprise, especially whoi they can do so
consistently with their own interests,
which they undoubtedly chu when buying
from Fred, who always aims to and does
meet all competition, it
One of those fancy thirty -two-page
pamphlets issued by tho Wabfish com
pany fur December is before us, and we
have found its perusal a very pleasant task
indeed. It is gotten up apparently re
gardless of expense; is composed of heavy,
tinted, book papir; cont.ins several very
fine engravings, including, one of Mrs.
Langtry; contains a concise history of the
great Wabash system of railroads; it is
in short altogether oue of the most expen
sive and alti active things of its kind ever
gotten up and makes a beautiful holiday
On Sa'.urdiy next tho Chml'rau's
offer a particularly strong bill tor tho mat
iueo attractions. Mis C.ianfniu will reap
pear hero in manager Tayleuro'a latest
version of his popular play, entitled Tho
New East Lynue. Another featuro of this
coming performance will bo tho appearance
in the leading male role of tho author. Of
Mrs. Chanfrau asLuly Isabel there is littlo
can bo said other than of a most compli
mentary character. Of Mrs. Tayleure's per
formance we may anticipate time by ami re
ports favor his performance quite us much
as his play. This Is the holiday attraction
here, uud a vuriod progr iiunn is set forth.
These popular artists should meet with u
An old wliito man uanicd Jack Paul
was brought here Thursday from Bird's
Point, seriously sick with pneumonia. Ha
bought a ticket on the Illinois Central road
for Gruud Tower, his home, or uj far us ho
could toward that point on that line. But
he was refused admission to the train be-
causo ho was sick, and later in the day
Chief Myers found him lying on Railroad
avenuo iu an unconscious condition. Th
chief had tho poor old man promptly con
veyed to St. Mary's Infirmary, where, in
spite of all that could ho done for him by
gentle hands guldod by experience and
sympathy, ho died Friday, aud his remains
were properly coffined and his wife at
Oraud Tower tolcgraphed of the sad occur
Tho negro Frank Warren, ulias "Geo
Hendricks," arrested and fined on Fiiday
tor vagrancy and for carrying weapons, am
given a stay of threo hours in which to
leave town, gavo Chief Myers a lively
chuso yesterday. The chief saw tho fellow
with a suspicious looking bundle under
his arm, aud ho MM the fellow to halt, in
tending to jail him for disobeying the or
der of tho court to leave. But tho fellow
did not h ilt. Ho rou like a "grease
streuked lightning" not Western Union
lightning, though, for in that case the chief,
while a very graceful runner, but not
rapid one, would certainly havo overtaken
him with comparative case. But while tho
fellow ran, he dropped tho bundlo ho
held, and thon mado straight for the 111
Ceo. yards in which ho succeeded in dodg-
ing out of the chief's sight and eluding
him entirely. The bundlo proved to be a
ladies' cloik, black and somewhat worn
The reasonable supposition is that the cloak
was stolon from souio resiJeuco, aud if so,
the owner will probably soon discover her
oss and mako it known.
Tim will bo tho l:ist. issue of The
Bulletin until after Christmas, Wedues
J y morning. All connected with The
Bulletin office will observe to-morrow
with all the happy festivity which the occa
sion, custom, meuns and inclination die-tat-.)
or may permit. The Bulletin takes
it fur grunted that all its readers wish it
and ail connected with it "a merry Christ
mas," nnd under the influence of the good
humor and kind feeling which all nuwspa
pep, and espt-cially religious newspapers,
should entyrtiin at Chritnias time, The
Bulletin also extends to all its rcadrrs
the greeting of a merry Christmas. For
the little children wo invoke the kind re
membrance of Santa Clauj, their patron
s tin t we bespeak full stockings of books
and toys and confectionery, and sound
stomachs to enjoy tho latter. For tho
children of larger growth, wo beseech the
hippiness of full purges wherewith to
gladden the hearts of families and friends
with the ubu'U gifts without wfiich Christ
m is is not Christmas. For tho ladies wo
wish the gratification of every desire of
their hearts in the way of presents; and
for the gentlemen well, they ought to
find ample causo for complete happlnes in
the general joy of other, those they love
and who love them, particularly, and in the
undisputed possession of a pair of new
siippeis, or something hko that
But last, yet by no means least,
The Bciletin petitious charity and kind
liness to take possession of the hearts of
all its readers that they may remember the
poor, tho neeJy and tho afflicted; that tho
blessed influence of Christmas day may be
It by all, tho rich aud tho poor, the fortu
nate and the Unfortunate, the sick and the
well, th? wicked and the good.
Fur TueCaiho Buixehm.
THE HUNTERS AND THE FAWN.
Oh, timid, frlbtenat, cracorul fwn,
Fly (wirtor toward tho rlvaruMe,
"non dawn It waters th m shalt gltdo
l. y dark eve yet shall oe the dawn.
Thr.mijh forest ;loom comei Hidden flush
Aud heavy sound of cumin? font.
But 'ucath ynn rorky bank's retreat,
Why trumhle at the rlfle'a crah ?
Joy-Uirtlllng 1 fo shall bo thy Int.
Deep In yon river's tremulous breast
Their rifle hall has found Ua test.
Now, let them search, they'll flud thnn nnt.
Conic slyly forth, for they have loft.
Their rough, dtssatlsledpro est
Mas tiled adtwn the dla'ant west,
Lmerge now from thy rocky cleft.
Through fit mi and down rained violet
Once morothy light young la,-t shall bouud.
Ou'.-'NcliiK huntor uud hit hound,
An 1 thou wilt this d irk day forgot.
I do not envy tby fair lot,
Wild r 'Vcrofthoslialy wood
Though a 1 la 1 eaiitiful an 1 giod
Within this glurlous, bright spot.
Thou hast no power to com? am
Of cmuliy that lurks for thffl,
Thou cauat but look a: I pleadingly
Tho si ent speaking of thy pain, s
Ob. why should they, whose rucotnponso
To lllo buthldoe tho star fro n view,
Ro1) thoe of thy lire's crystal dowt
Time Is a mystic providence.
bnme artist In a darkcud roira
Now to fleo with eager eye
1 he suosfta that ibou pvsest by,
A nd tho to ml or b auty o( wild bloom.
Borne poet la a crowded t cot
Longs forth 1 ullmpso if lovely vlows,
To betr tho voice of allout M11-0,
And the music of hit owu boart boat.
Pec.lt,18vi, -UN WOOD.
INTKUE8TIN0 SKHVICE8 IN TUEM ALL TO
DAY. THE l'llESllVTEIUAN CUOltltt.
Riv. B. Y. George will conduct tho
usual service at tho usual hour this morn
ing. Iu tlio afternoon at 3 o'clock a very
interesting Sunday-school Christmas ser
vice will be held, and at night there will
be song service, in which a full choir will
NKW STORK! . NEW GOODS! NEW PRICES!
Cop. 14 th St. & Commercial A.vo., Cairo, 111.,
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots aud Shoes, Hats and Caps,
GROCERIES and QUEENSWARE, &c.,
Will keep a full stock on liaml of a good quality . Fast experience convinces mo that
nothing but a good article gives tho purchaser satisfaction, and tho worth of his money.
Possessing many advantages in buying and selling, and will give those who patronize
tne tho benefit of such.
Therefore, if you need Childrens, Riys, Youths or Gents' Latest Stylo SUITS or
Elegant OVERCOATS at prices that can't bu beat; or,
Children, Misses, Ladies, Roys or Gents' Rubber Shoes,
Misses aud L ulies' Rubber, or Gossamer Circulars, also Mens and Boys' Rubber Boots
and Coats, or Custom-made Boots and Shoes of the BEST QUALITY, give mo a call.
It you need any
White or Colored Blankets or Bed Comforts
for ymir own use or f,-r a boarding-house, call at the square-dealing, one-price Stores.
A splendid l if all wool Blanket, 0.0U and upwards. Tho steel mixed Jeans, Suits aud
I antaloous for Buys, ouths and Men. which havo given such satisfaction, nnd Flannel
Shirts and Overalls, &c, for Workiugmcn, Mechanics and Steamboat Hands, I am deter
mined to always keep tho best.
Irmbraco this first opportunity to return my tin care thanks to those who have
patronized me since 1801, and I will try and merit a continuance of thes ime in the future.
r E 0 C L AM ATI. ON.
I do hereby appoint Phil.
ceiving- of orders for me, and
poison in Candies that are usually sold for less than price of
good A Sugar. Thills manufacturing every day and in
vites the public to call and see for themselves how well he is
acting Santa Claus instruction.
We call the attention
New Jersey paper to a Coroner's Inquest:
"We, the Jury, sworn
death of May and Willie, Brooks, are of the opinion that
death ensued from Poisonous Candies that thev had eaten on
the night of their death'
Come Everybody and. see
dropped through mail tilled
participate. 1 he clnir.'li has been beauti
ST. rATKICKS ClU'ltUI.
This morning tiuss will be celebrated
at 8, 9 audio o'clock by Father Murphy J
and tw.) priests of t'no Trapp'st or lT, who
are jut from France on their way to New
Orleans. To-morrow morning high mass
(Wucrth's m iss in C) will be sung at 5
o'clock, second ma.s at 8 o'clock, and last
mass at 10 o'clock. Tho Trappist Fathers
will assist Father Murphy to-morrow also.
The a'tais of the church lnvo been taste
fully, though not extravagantly, decorated.
Kl'lsc il'AL t IIUHCII.
The service this morning at the Church
of the Redeemer will be full hiirh celebra
tion of Holy Luchurist, with the following
Inttoit, Hyim Nineteen by J. W. A.
Cluett. A'ter '.he jrospel for the day: An
them, "There Were Shepp irds," bv A.
llmuth. Offertory, 'Christmas Anthem."
by J. W. A. Cluett.
After the conclusion of the celebration
of the Holy ficharist, a hymn of adoration,
Oh ! Come Lot us Adore IIim;"and "To
Douru Liu hnius"--T. L, Lloyd, in C.
At service at 7;:i0 o'clock to-night tho
music will consist of a Choral Even' Song,
with carols by tho Suudiiy-schon! ; aud
therowill also bja Christum tree,
To-morrow at 10:30 a.m. the Christmas
service will be held. Rector F. 1 IJiven-
port will conduct tho service. The c' urch
has been beautifully decorated with fes-
toous and wreathes of groou. The music
will be furnished by a full and well-trained
choir, and will bo grand.
THE MKTHODIsT ( 11 C 111' It.
Services iu th'.s church will also be of
UHUsuil interest. This morning Rev. Scar
ritt will preach tho usual sermon at tho
usual hour, nod iu tho afternoon at h
'clock there will bo Suuday-school Christ
mas service, iu which tho children will be
tho principal actors.
THE OICHMAN IXTIIEH.VN CIICIICU.
Rev. Schuchardt will conduct the usual
morning service; theru will be Sunday-
school service in the afternoon and very im
pressive church service at night.
This is a free country 1 sure, but yon can't
(jot Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup free of charge,
it costs you a quarter every time.
The Old Reliable
No. 3, will have a
New -Year's Ball.
- In tuer Hall on
Monday Night Jtnuary 1, 1883.
Tho Hall hn hi'tui tinvly filled up, nnd will be
hMi(t()iH' y trimmed for tho orcsKlun, and tho
conimluoo will taku rest iii.lns to make tho Hull
a Komd mn'ct'DS lhnl shull he highly enjoyed bv all
P. H AMKN.I AKUKU,
Kit to. 1I01OJK1NZ,
LAND, NOV. 12TH, 1882.
II. Saup my agent tor the re
advise parents to be careful of
to an article in the Tatterson,
to investigate t lie causfi of flm
Candies made. All orders
on shortest notice.
EGnlvani.fd Scales for Cr-atueries, Dti
fies, Butter D alers, and Grocer. Send
forcirculir. Howe Scales (Jo., St. Louis
Notice In thl column three lluet or lun -JScontt
one insertion or f 1 w pi r week.
OltbALK AT ACCTI 'N.-Houne and lot with
- k'ood nuble, will ho ioldon3Mb of Lvccmber,
altuatvd oa iUt uttoet eppo-lli- tho coiivcn'.
I'.VT GALLIC II EH.
LiOlt KALE. JIu'Iit' chair". wh hOidcIh. ta
Me Ac. CONliU) ALU A, Sixth itrect"
V"H SALK. A Mtonlotfer I'arlor t)Wu 5 oc-
lavu. 7 iop(u perfect or jar. Will bo cold at
tall on or n'Mrcn cro of Tribune,
POR AI.E.--Blanka. Clmta! MursaRes, Six clal
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THREE NIGHTS AND MATINEE
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FIRST NIOIITor IISNKIETJ'A CIIANFRAU
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ORIGINAL KAST LYNNK.
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Archibald Carlylo .Clifton W. Taylouro
Tho Original ot this Great Play.
New in Dialogue,
New in Plot.
Last Appearance of tho Popular Co
median in Houcicault's Great Play,
Btlom Scudder F S. Chanfraa
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