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THE DAILY BULLETIN
UYFlV.Rt Vi. 7H OHIO LEVEE.
BSTKHKO AT TUB CAIRO FOHTorriCR FOH
1BaNnMISKIO! THB'ICOHTHS MAILS AT SEC
OND class bates.
-muiat. PAPKKUK CITT AND CUTJUTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Motif" Id tnu colamn, eiKQl cents per Una for
rinJa cenu per Una tch euoaequoul Inaor
imi. Kor oue wook. 30 cents per lino. For one
p oath, 60 cenu per line.
50?.. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBautTs.
LaliJ II insurant opposite Opera
Home. Gas B itto proprietor, 11-36 tf
Foil Ovjters ia aay style go tho Grand
Opera Restaurant Entrances oa' Commer
cil and 7th street. 11-23 tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shooing shop has boon open
ed by Mr. P Powers ou Tenth street. All
manner of blick-.ni thing and wagon work
done to order. Impairing work a bpticialty.
Work doue promptly. tf
at DuBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
The Rut. Geo. U. Thayer, of Bourbon,
lDd.,aays: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Stiloh's Consumption Cure. (9)
Do Sot Be Deceived.
In these tiuiea of quack, medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
und which really does as recommended.
Eleetrio Bitters wo .can vou:h for as being
a true and reliable remedv, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach aud Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (3)
in market at DeBauu's 56 Ohio levee.
t r e of Charge.
All persons suffering frm Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Throat and L'.ngs, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Scliuii'drag.
store and gel a trial bottle of Dr. Kinx'o
New Discovery for Consumption, tree of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful meiits and show what a regular
dollar size bottle will do. Cll early. (3)
D in't cond-mn a eod thing b cause
)' U hare i-en ilrCfived by w rt il- 8 dob
trains. Parker's Q n.'er funic tin cured
many in this frerti'-n "f nervous d'orders,
and e recoujjiod it heait.ly to sufferers.
If I ha i any skin nr bl-wJ di2sse, like
tetter, itch, m:1 i hea l, pimples, -re eyra.
i-rofuU, etc.. I wou d taku "L ndiey's
BiooJ Sjircher." sure.
Receipt books, Cairo dae line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
The Howe scales have all the latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
the beat. Borden, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis, Mo. (8)
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBiun's.
Grand Opeiu Restaurant opposite
Onera II mao ud stairs, Bicli entrance on
7th street. Oyster in every style. 11-26 tf
To all who are suffering from the errors
aud in liscrutious of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will lend a rocipe that will ere you, fhee
or cuiROE. This great remedy was
discx er id by a m'aister in South America.
Bend a sull-addreeiod envelope to the Ho v.
JosF.ru T. IMAS, Station I)., New Vik
Mn. R. M. Olseti, 83 Delaware
Chicago, III., says: "Brown's Iron
puritkd my wlmle tyiteui ."
"is tncro a tnau wuu eoui oOeti, who
bath suffered the miseries fa cough or c-4 I
vt neglucted to ry "Sell em' Cough Syrup V
go to DeBi Ju's, 50 Ohio levee.
Tuk nv. Alba babbkk-dU' p is one ot
the b-st aj'p iioied nhops in the city; fire
barbers nil Qrot-cltM workmen, Call at
this slim, C nma -rcitl tveoua next the
0)T II iuw ao l t et hair-cuiting, e nm
poo iing an 1 s lavio dons in so, arti.-ic
Highest Price Port Wme.
The bss wine in the c u try, tint took
the hi lient premium t tlie Centennial, i
8,)ier' P rt Gr nJ A'm wh c'l his i.
ooinu the tn nt celcbrite I product of New
Jereuy, Tins wme and hit P. J. Bramly
are now lining uie. by pttyaicino tvery
where, who re y up in tliem as bring the
purest tn On hid. It is unsurp nd for
Wnnklv I'eina and n'd peop y, Uod by
the F.fih Av. nuH Bncl'ty as an i vn ti so
cial wine. . For Sal.-by Pahi. O 8;:nrH
AnKyini tnvla uusma u liy I-idii;etinn
Conatipation, DiZtinem, Luk nf Appetite.
Yell Skiu'f Slnloli'e V.tl zr h
tve cure. (10)
As I am almut to retire from iliepioictice
of OMMlicirw In thi city, I take pleasure in
intr oilu dm to my fri' n Is and patroiiN
Dr. J. E. Strong of IlilUdal-, Mxh. Dr,
Sironi is a (iradu ite of the C cveUn l
iloiiKPopatloc M.filii'itl College, aud comes
well recoiinneivleil ai a skilful and oxp"ri
diced phyhicinti snd genth-men, 1 therefore
Conscientiously and unhesititingly re
comtnetxl him to your fvor and
while thasg for pist kindness and
favurs beine'ik for itiv sueceosnr n con
tinuance of the sstne Very R-npcctfully
Wm. H. Mahrah, M.D.
Caiho, III., Jan. 1 10 888.
Two new cottages "f flv rooms' each,
. . . .... ..I TV1itn..litli
on commercial avouuu, nuuve jiimw...,
M. J. H..WLET,
Real Estate Ag't.
Having purchasnU the bakery ot J.
Anthonv.on Washington avenue between
Oth and' l0:h streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&c. of tho best quality at the lowest puces
to hi found in the city. Call and see mo.
12-12-tf Jacob Latneh.
Cottaje and two and half lots on 21st
Street. Title good cheap.
It M.J. Howlkt, Real EoMle Ag t.
A Good Eestauraut.
If you want a good meal call atSchoen
meyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
inn ave. Oaly 21 cts. for a regular meal,
and day boarding will find tin best accom
modation on reasonable terms.
A cottage of four rooms, on Twentieth
Street, back of residence of Judge Baker.
Inquire cn premises. at
A two-story brick house, frame addition,
eight rooms in good repair. Carriage house
and cistern. A never-failing drive-well.
Corner lots oq Street Railroad. Enquire
of M. W. Mathews, or W. C Nkwsos,
By the ladies of the Baptist Church at the
corner Tenth and Poplar streets, Monday
night, Jan'y 22nd. Admission including
refreshments 25 cents. A cordial invita
tion is extended to all. 8
Wanted.-A Whits Girl
to do cooking and wishing. Address Box
233, city, stating previous experience, age,
married or not, and expected wages.
12 16-6t. .
At "The Good Luck Saloon" on Eighth
street. Feed Hofheisze.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice tn the eoinmoe. 'on rni per ''ne,
,,- .nrtion n1 wai-thar marked or not, if calm
1 ted to fiwa 1 any mn' binlneei fntcroit are
9 ;e notice of cottage for reut in spe
Not a case appeared on the dike's of
anv of the Police Courts yesterday.
Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire ot
Mrs. M. E. B vi". over Tra!er s Shoe Store.
On the S x hflf February the "Myths"
will give a phaotoui party at The Halli-
Ice appeued in the Ohio nve at this
point yesterday. It was very light, how
Etfste Ageit Howley advertises
i cottage for sale ani two for reot in
special locals this mornicg.
Schoolchildren will and The Bclle-
tis scratch-books N is. 3 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saip's candy store. tf
President Paramore and General Man
azer Riitine, of the Texas and St. Louis
Railroad, are making a thorough inspection
of the road In Arkansas & Texas.
A fine mocking bird, a good singer,
will be rffl:d off at the Good Luck sa
loon of Fred llofheinz, on Eighth street,
The ladies of the Episcopal Church
are making arrangements to give an oyster
supper and promenade concert at Hari
man's II ill on the 12th of February next.
All but two of tho members preseut at
Thursday's meeting of the National Board
of Steam Navigation went down to New
Orleans on the steamer Ooldim Rule yes
Chief Myers loft yesterday for St.
Louis, to appear as witnesifor the prosecu
tion in the csue of the People vs. Feste,
the fellow who stole the Fischer jewelry.
The case is set for to-day.
Henry Ward Beecher, who knowi,
perhaps, said in a late ermoo, in answer to
a qu?ry, th-it the best commentary on the
Bible is a Christian, but that the edition is
s. small one snd there are not enough to
sen 1 out.
Toe Western Union Telegraph Com
pany handled upwards of thirty-eight mil
lions mtssatfes in 1882, at an average cost
of furty-tive cents a piece. In 1867, the
average c.ot per message was one dollar
and tiino cents.
The IlliiioisCentr.il Riilroadto pre
vent colii'mns on night runs of freight
and paiM'iiger trains, requires the conduc
tors i f every train on night runs, to s'op
his train and o into all night offices, and
ak ihe operator.! for orders.
In theU'lnoii Legislature Thursday Mr.
Linear of this district and city introduced
a bill "to protect rdlroad cmnlove acd
material men, and to rivo them hum upon
the rolling stock and personal property of
sdd railroads for wages earned or material
furnished. Referral to the juoiclary.
L he Mi rectors ol the Illinois Central
Railroad have decNred a semi-annual divi-
ilend of 4 per cent, made by 8 per cent,
on Ceutralntotk and per cent, from earn
ings of Southern lines. The books close
February 10, and tho dividend will be
payablo March 1.
A special from Du Q'loh under dato
o'tho 18 h s-tyii "The body of an un
known stranger with his skull crushed lu
was discovered to day under partially
bumed pile of wood neur PinckneyvilU,
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOUNING, JANUARY 20. ia.
He ws 35 year old, had a moustache and
chin whiskers, dark oinplexion and evi
dently a laborer of the better class. He
was seen in the neighborhood about Jmu
ary 1st, lays Coroner Ogborn. .
There will very probably be no ice
harvested here this seasoa and every one
will have to buy the ico he uses cither
from the manufacturers or the importers.
The Cairo Ice Works will have a favorable
season to begin in. The ice it will manu
facture will bo superior to that taken from
the rivrr, in that it will be produced frrm
distilled water and be free from all im
puri ies. When the work of manufactur
ing ice was first introduced, the chemicils
UBed would give a peculiar Oder to the ice;
but by late improvements in machinery
this objectionable feature has been over
come, and as the Cairo factory has all the
latest machinery, the ice to be manufac
tured by it will be of the purest kind at
tainable. Last night another of a series of
"Germans" was given at Reform Hall by
the "German" Dancing Club. It was at-;
tended by a goodly number of merry
young people who chased the globing
hours, and left joy unconflned, etc., for
three or four hours. -
County Clerk Humra has the tx
bonks for 1833 already extended and will
have them ready to deliver to C illector
Hodges in a few days no. The latter
has his tax notices and will be ready to re
ceive from the people their yearly contribu
Hons toward the maintainance of the City,
County, State- and FeJeral Government.
The Rentr-Sintley Novelty and Bur
lesque Opera Companj, due hero Monday
evening, have a splendid line of lithogra
phic work spread open in the city, which is
attracting a ureat deal of attention trom
genth-men of taste and good judges of
what coustitutcs beautiful stutuary, and
fromsppearances it is safe to predict that the
Opera House will be crowded on the
Mrs. S. Williamson has just received a
large lot of the Irish p. dot laces, Irish p.Mnt
embroidery and the Irish linen fan lace
that is s ) s'ylis'i in the east.-ra cities. S ie
also n3-rs lw millinery gnds at cot.
B ack and colore ostrich tip for 43 cts.
worth 85 ct. ev:h. B.-aver hats fr m
$1.50 to 2 0) each; have soid tin smie
for $3 50. Shi invires her cu-t aners to
call and examine goods before purch ising
The total number of prsma kilted by
raiiroad accidents within the State during
the pant year, was 4J7, against 337
vearjanlth' t tal number injured wis
817, against 6)9 last year. Of the total,
number k lU-d, 13 were passengers, 147
were employes, and 217 were neither pif
Heni'ers. nor employes. Of the total num
ber injured, 06 were passenger, 529 were
employes and 241 were neither passenger
Speaking of the Hon.Wm. A. Lemma,
and his four or five Democratic fellows
who forsook their own party candidates in
the Sute Senate in order that the Repub
lican candidates might succeed, the Bl 'Oin
inuton BiUetin says: "Will the s;x Dem-
oeratic-Hu;ublican Ssnators, who elected
the Republican nominee, Campbell, Presi
dent of the S-nite, continue between the
lines of the two parties? Or will they re
turn to the D;tno ratic side and do works
meet for repentance!"
The hearty indorbcment by tho Nation
al Board of Steam Navigation, at its
eleventh anuutl sessions in this city Thups
dny, of the work now in progress and pro
posed to be done by the Mississippi River
Commission, ought to havo some weight
with the Investigating Committee at Wash
ington. Composed as it is of the men most
largely interested ia steaiix navigation on
the western waters, whose interes's have
led thorn tostu ly aud watch the work done
and its effects upon navlg ition, their opin
ions aro worthy of the greatest re?pect.
B! oomington Bulletin: "Representa
tive Linegtr, of the Cairo District, was
formerly a R 'publican. He is now a Dem
ocrat snd has an abiding faith in the final
triumph of tho p irty. He made this fact
apparent In an unmistakable manner by
Ins speech seconding the nomination of
Gov. Palmer as the Democratic candidate
tor United States Senator. 'The Dem
ocracy,' said he, 'stands upon three immu
table principles the Declaration of Inde
pendence, the Federal Constitution and
Christ's Sermon on the M iun:.' "
Yesterday the Wabash, St. L'mis &
Pacific Rdlro 1 1 Company ai l the Ciiro
Transfer Compiny each Bld the neccossary
cnmplainta in tin C urt of Justice R 'bin
son, for a suit of forcible detainer against
two colored puoplo owning and occupying
houses standing o the rights-of-way along
the Missis-ippi sidu of tho city, belonging
to the companies aforesaid. The four ten
ants had failed to remove their dnmiclei
witi in the time spocilled in thj Iflgal notices
liiven them, and the companies Intend to
occupy their rights-of.way themselves.
The Egyptian Press goea for Cenator
Dan Hogtin for m t Including Williamson
County in lui bid to re-lmburso Pulaski
County for the h.a of im publsc build
ings by tiro. Willimnaon County, ' ''IU
Pri'fs, is in the same catagory with Pu
biski in the matter of "Imius and datuagi
of public buildings by lire," and the Pie
wants lo know it tho Hon. Dm Is repre
senting the Fifiy-flt.t Senatorial District or
only littlo Pulaakl County. The Preas
should hold id pcaco a little longer and
remember that charity ihould always be-
gio at home.
THE BURROWS COMMITTEE, THE
RIVER COMMISSION AND THE
WHAT CAPTAIN W. P. IIALL10AT THINKS
There is perhaps no matter in which the
people of this part of the country Kenerally
and tho people of Cairo particularly are
more deeply interested than in the im
provement of the Father o' Waters, and
therefore, anything said or done concerning
this great work is of importance to the geu
cral public here and will bo mad and
watched with jea'ousy. For this reason
the following statement, concerning the dis
position and work of the two bodies of
uvn at Washington who have been charged
with the important work iu question, viz:
the Hutows Committee and the River
Commission, made yesterday to a Bulletin
representative by Capt. W. P. Halliday,
will be read with interest. As is known,
Cptatn Halliday went to Washington in-
respouso to a call from the Bjrrows Com
mittee, to testify before said C mimittee
concerning the Mississippi River, the plans
f the R ver Commission for its improve
ment, and the work so far done under
After sta'ing that his trip had been a
very pleasant throughout, particularly his
stay at Washington, the conversation
turned upon the Burrows Committee, etc.,
and the substance of the Captain's remarks
was about as follows:
The Committee is an earnest, hard work
ing one; its sessions, two each a day, are
held from 0 o'clock to U a. m , and from
7 to 11 p. m. It is understood at Wash
ington that three of the Committee favor
the plans of the Commission and will favor
recommendation to Congress that the
auiouut asked tor by the Commission be
allowed. Tiiese three are Mr. Ellis, of Lou
isiana; Mr. Carlisle, of Kentucky, anJ Mr.
Thomas, of Illinois, who are known to be
in full harmony with the Commission. It
is fjrthcr undeistool that Mr. Holman, of
niiau, also favors the plans of the Com-
tu'ssion; but, ! course, be wants the work
tone in ihe most economical luauner. It
j believed that Mr. Rbinson, of Massa
limetts, will favor the completion of the
w.irk at Pium Po;ut and Like Providence,
ana also the closing of the caps in the
levees of YZoo and Tensas Fronts. It is
undeistood that he believes that this work
wou! I lu ly test the p!au9 of the Commis
sion. llieWTk ot closing the g-tps ai
these two p lints ia no.v ab mi completed
and it w.ll take but a veiy small sum to fin
ish it. Mr. Ri'inonsa interrogator's
w uld lead one to th'nk that the improve
ment of the Mississippi R ver is a very
lilfi ult pro'ilem. and that the level of the
r ver wis subject to very wide fluctuations
at very brief in'ervala. Mr. Hiscock, cf
New York, is x'reniely non-commital. I
d d not hear any e xpression from Hny one
as to what Ins views were. The other two
memb rs of tlie Cmvnittee were not prea
ent at any of the meetings during my sti.y
in Washington. Tho mo, t outspoken mem
b Tr of the Committee, in favor of the plans
of the Commission.- are Mr. Ellis, of Louai-
ana, anl Mr. Thomas, of Minois.
The investigation settns to be cmducted
in a most thorough and, I should say, im-
Darti:al manner. The Chairman of the
Committee, Mr. Burrows, is certainly
very exrn-st and industrious member of
the Committee. The evidence of the mem
bers of the Mississippi River Commission
was very interesting indeed to me, and I
remained a whole week purposely to bear
It all. It proved to my mind very conclu
lively, that they fully understood the needs
of the great rivor, and that the circum
stances or c inditions of the Rivor are more
favorable to its improvement than those of
any other river in the world, with the sin
ale exception, perhaps of ths Amszm.
That it is perfectly practicable to maintain
a low water channel in low water, of about
twenty feet above Rid River, and that tho
titalcostof permanently creating such a
chanaol will not exceed thirty-three mil
Hols of dollars. The observations of some
of tho Commission extend over many of the
rivers of Eumpi and all the principal
rivers in this country. Tho opinions of
the members as to the results to be obtained
by the contemplated Improvement, seem
to be entirely in harmony with one auoth
In c mversation with members of Con
gross I found that the Mississippi had a
great in my friends ami that its improve
tnent Is regirded as a great national work
I luvd no doubt that a liboral appropria
tion for the river will be made by the
present C nigroas. Tlui outlet svstem seems
to h ive no following, an I it is understood
that the Burrows C immitteo does not favor
These remarks of Captain Halliday
made with a thorough knowlelne of the,
matters concerning which he spoke, are
very encouraging to the friends of River
Improvement and almost insure a reallza
tion of the hopes enter'.ained by every one
iu'erestnd in tnvigation oi the Mississippi
that there will be no interruption or even
abridgement of tlie work now in progroas
aud lu contemplation.
GOOD LOTS FDR SALE.
On Railroad atroel below Oih, three lota
8, 0 and 10 block IS, 25 by 20 each, mak
I -g 73 feet on Railroad street and 20 feet
deep. For particulars apply at DnLLins
AN IMPORTANT OMANIZ VTIOtf.
Thoie has been orgairzed in tl.is city a
society for which there has Vxax been nn
urgeut need snd which will accomplish
much good among the class of citizens of
which it is composted, viz, tho business men.
t is known m tho Merchants
rotective Association and its object is
mutual protection agai ist a class of custo -mers
who aro habitually uupuoctual in
meeting their obligations.
The first meeting was held on tho 18th
of December and was attended by about
twenty of the principal hit'iincss men in
tho city, A temporary organization was
then effected by electing Mr. E. B. Pettit,
temporary president. Tho second meeting
was held on the 27th, at which Mr. Pettit
was elected permanent President. Mr.
A. Uoldatinn, Vice-President;
and Mr." E'lxrt Smith. tern-
porary Secretary. The third meeting
was held on the 17th instant, and at this
Mr. George Christuian was elected Secre
tary and Mr. Egbert Smith Treasurer.
The organ'zition is now in a flourishing
condition; is receiving accessions to v
membership at every meeting, and
holds regular mouthly meetings, at
which each member makes reports of any
new accession to tho list or dead-beats,
and at w hich other matters in which the
merchants hs such are interested are dia-
cusped. Another of its objects, and a
very worthy on1, indeed, is, to extinguish
any jealousy existing among business men
and to promote among them friendly a feel
ing and harmonious action for tho mutual
good. The organization ought to grow
untill every merchant in the city, large and
small, is a member of it, and then the
chief worry of thu merchant, the non-
paying customer, will become known to
all and be guarded against, oud tho credit
system will be restricted to such as arc
known to be responsible and punctual.
COMMERCIAL JOB PRINTING.
Just received One Hundred Thousand
Letter Heads, ) Irish Linen and flat
Note Heads, ( papers.
Envelopes of all kinds,
Dray 'i ieke',
R -ceipt Bo 'ks,
1 p rlorated with r und
Scratch Books, L
Full Sheet Posters,
8m ill Bdls and Dodgers,
All or wmc't will bo found at Tub
Bclletis Job Okfick, N'o. 73 Ohio Levee.
Tue follow ng regarding the Li tta Con
cert Combination, taken from the Woon
socket R;porter will bo read with pleasure
by those interested in the little Blooming-
' The programme was thoroughly classi
cal, each ot the tweove Dumoiri was
encored, and there was something
more than mere art Btic admiration for the
prima donna and her coadjutorn, which
seemed to grow into warm personal regard.
M He Marie Jjitta is beyond criticism as
an artia'e, and preferable to Kellngg or
Cary with moat of her auditors. M'ss
Annie E. Beere showed an unusually fino
contralto voice, while Sig. Ernesto Baldan-
za, who posseses a natural tenor, ap
proached the upper register with a dhsh
that astonished equally with tho fnchsnt
ment nt his ringing notes. Julius Bercghy,
the basso, has a good voice under excellent
control. Tho concert as a whole was a
Mr. J. A. D. Hatcher, who has been
here on a visit to his family for scvpral
days, came from Dakota where be went
about six months aijo to acrpiire a large
piece of land under tho Homestead Act.
Ue accomplished his purpose and is here
to entoy life among emulation fur i
Mr. H. Block yesterday ie
ceived a letter from Harry
Manning, in which the writer states that
he is now in New York City with bis cou
sin and expresses his regret at leaving
here ho suddenly.
Hon. C. N. Damrou, of Vienna, was in
the city yesterday, on his way to Murphy a
boro td attend to some legal business.
Captain Ilambletun, of Mound City
who bus been quite sick for some weoks,
is recovering. ,
Mr, Angus Leek wis to have gone' to
Charleston, Mo., last night oa professions
Htates Attorney James M. Datnron has
returned from his trip to Springfield.
At several places North and West of
us tho thermometer was reported to have
fallen below zero during the twenty-four
hours ending at 2 o'clock yesterday after
noon. At Davenport it whs 8 below; Dodge
City, 12; La Crosse, 1; Leavenworth, 2
North Platte, 14; Omaha, lit St. Paul
4. No report was receive' from Bismarck
because the wire wts down. At St. L mis
the thermnnotor ittjod at only seven above
zero. Tho wind at all thoso extremely cold
plscci was either from a westerly or north
westerly direction and coming at tho rate
of from twelvo to ninutoon miles per hour
The cold wave wastr xp ctod tn striko this
city about 12 o'clock last night. Whether
it did so or not it is probably needless for
us to tell.
A $20.00 BIBLICAL REWARD.
The publitihers of Rutledge's Monthly
offer twelve valuable rewards in their
Monthly for February, among which is the
We will give $20.00 in gold to the por-
tolling us which is the middle verse in
Old Testament Scriptures by February
, 1883. Should two or nioro correct
answers bn received, thn reward will bo di-
ded. Thn money will be forwwrded to
h winner February 1 fit h, lc'83. Persons
trying for tho reward must tend 20 cents
silver (no poitRgo Htmi pfl tiilun) with
their answer, for which they will receive
March Monthly, in which tho n mho
address of tho winner' of the reward
the correct answer will bo published.
s may be worth $20 00 to you; cut it
. Address Kltikdoe PuiiLieuixo
Company, Easton, Pt nn.
NEW AI EKTIS-KM 1 Vf
Notice In thU nilmnn il.r.n. . .nt ........
nnelnnortioii or $1 im p r week.
pOK H ALE. Ha b--r' rlialm, wirh t tail ta-J-
bleu Ac. CUN'UVU ALU A, fjtr.b, airvnt
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FOR HALE. DlinkH, ( hni:i! Mur.ses, spiel a I
Wnrrai tv and Wnrrn-.tv li.i. m i:,i. l:.ni,,ti..
Jo) office 78 Ohio Lvec
OF TOWN LOTS AT
Tnesday, January 30iii, 1883,
Tn now ,tHiilUUel roiiniv s.at o' P.allsrd
County, at the Junction of thn Ohln and M
tpll K'.vera oiiposi eCatn. il Imu.
l b ne tloo t ou a hign ami b-mitiful pla'esu
of kroUtld. forty fi-ct alovn the Mvheai ll inrt.. Thn
oert blub laud to the teriuinn-of the tel. I mi i ,
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the terrolua of tbe l!l,.oin t'uilr.l. ' al o and
Vlnre..De, and Cain aol f-t l.o'ii- Ita'lroadi.
Ontbe tMouri Miiouf ta- rivr h the t. rmluua
01 mo iruu muuuiam sn I ai iiltl' tn, dud St l.oela
and Texan Narrow Ituliiunri.
a nianatacturme '"e :,ki in hs t o niro
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f fttporlorq ia itycf tun er. lioib. bani Mid rnt
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arid Incxbaaatiblv quant t et of Fiiii!iiui in . for
lb" matiu acttir - nf . Inns
Lot" in I'm aliowj fiewiv laid iff ciuritv town
M hi- (lffi'f.rt ti.r brIm T....l.. il,.. 9.1k
of Jannaty isa
Peraont st en tti.gth aa'.t u i neu e round I lp
tlcken fro r. ' he Out- F m i r f.ir h I rn'en and on
tbe.M '. R K. from Rn-en' t W 'lelflitr- an 1 iu-
iermcaiae ma iot at tn't rai-s. and r un b e I .
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A MUSK M !'-
UIU) OPERA HOUSE.
JANUARY 22, 1883.
AMERICA ST NDsLD ATTRACTION.
THE JUSTLY CELEBHUED
Novelty and Burle que Co.
Absolutely the Most Brilliant, Novel
and. Attractive Entertainment
in the World.
Positive Production of tbe New Grat Barlesijue,
THE DAUGHTERS BANKER, ?
Replete with Setnattonal effi Cto, Charming Manic 'i
tod MagnifU-jut Cotn:i.cii.
Popular Prlcoe, "5. 6' and 2b: S?ati feci red
St Budur'a .
QAIPtO OPEKA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
JANUARY 23, '83.
The Litta Grand Concert Co,
America's (ireatent Concert Soprano,
8anport(l by the fnllowluit
Signor Ernesto Baklanza,
tbs (ireat Itillsu Ten r Knhuuto.
Mjhs ANNIE K. BEKKE,
i'iauint ami AccomjiMilti.
the W.m lrl'ul VI .loneuIlM
HENRY I. S'.SirroN Ma.ic
Central Mua c Hull, Chic go, I. In.
No sdanro In Drlci's. 73, W uud 83c, Ht;scrv
Eeita for ale at i liner a.
at and below COST
CLOSING OUT SALE
A partial list of articles and prices,
. $.3 50 to 53
5 00 to 5
5 00 a set
. 2 25 (o 2
fi 00 to 6
7 00 to 12 00 ;
A Cane Kocker for 75c., Urge
Aud a'l otbur Ilou'ohold and Rltclmn
tnra at ams proportion. Wo have in lio)
stock of all kinds and most sell. ,
11. J. HINSONj
Oov. lOth Bt. Sc Wwihlngton
inT)Ti mi m i
Civ' 1 1 .! -4 n , k