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A NmniKuofpiinbloMlmvo congregated
in llio city, Mil tvn nave neurti en no re-i 1kj ,on(, cnou h(
nint litt......t..' lt..s fi ilnifi.i1iti tf "
v.iiii (icvv.111- 1 l I Ik niw "in i'""" "
thclil.
The complaints on account of thodllnp
Idatcd condlllon of tho sidewalks nro fre
quent nnd serious. A clttr.cn who Jim to
pass oror u badly broken section of side
walk declares tlint if tho authorities do
not mako tho ' necessary repairs, ho will
head a Bang of his neighbors and tear tlio
sldowalk down. Ho says that lilt ncclc and
tho neck of hit family havo hcon imper-
I
Ai.DKnMix Kkvn'kdav arrived Imtnu
yeilerdayar.il lin Ixt'ii circulating ntnonjr,
iila friends, who ucro all well pleased to
nn him lojkin well an I hoarty.
brricKit Cain, who wa accidentally
shot Iiitlm leu, Sunday morning, Is getting
along as well as Witt anticipated. It will
bo several days before ho can res uino duty.
Lookout for Troy' Surprlo Store.
Clioap I Cheaper It Cheape-l I M In Cairo
or any other sou port. Look out for cir
cular "lid p"tcr, .Sign of the Hlue
l-'lng. nolOlw
K.NociCKK Dow.v. About II oYloek
Inst night somebody approached tho
watchman of tho railroad pancngcr de
pot, and dealt him n blow that felled
him to tho lloor. It is said that tho watch
man had n few cross word with tho par
ty a few moments before, but didn't iui
poso that a serious all'ront had been giv
en, and when knocked down tho conver
sation had entirely passed from tho watch
man's mind. Tho mittlor will probably
undergo legal Inquiry.
TtiK city list of delinquent tux-payers
this yo.ir, will bo tho largest ever pub
llshed. Collector Taylor will piano tho
first sheets into the hnml f tin; printers
to-morrow.
- -
1 II K fcocinblo to bo held in the lecture
room of the l'reibytcrian church to-night
will, doubtless, bo well attended. Tho
ladies charged with tho management will
do their part most handsomely.
I. O. O. 1. Alexander Lodge
N'o. J'-M: regular meeting this
(Thursday) evening, nt 7 o'clock.
Members nro rcpio'tnl to attenl. VI
Iling brothers cordially Invited.
E. A. jJUJtNKTT, N. (!.
At IlmsTOt. A: STn.w:i.i.'f choice to
baccos jtiit receive! (Jravoly's celebrated,
MtrsliHll'stwiit, fancy twiit, nnd Meltnuc;
nlo fragrant lliibttm cigar, Silent Part
ner, 1'oytiter Star and Palmetto.
Klgbth'street.
No. H'i
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AVKhcar It stated lour merchants nnd
four lawyers of tho city have arranged
for a grand game of "shinny," Tho
gnmo will bo played, If played nt all, on
the Delta lino bull grounds, on Saturday
afternoon. No Ico-wntvr or profane Ian
guago allowed on thuground.
Wt havo sampled Messrs. Urlstol A
Stlllwell's llabana, 1'nrntcr Star and Si
lent Partner cigars anil (Jruvely chewing
tobacco, and prcnotmcc thiiin utisurpastn
bly pur and delicious. It will only cost
you a dimo r two to obtain experimental
proof of tho justric of our opinion.
Aik tho recovered dyspeptic, bilious
sutferers, victims of fcvr nnd mue, the
mercurial decerned patient, how they re
covered health, cheerful splriU ami good
appetites they will tell jolt by taking
Slmmoiu' Liver Regulator. i
Novll ilAw lw
ItEi.KHOUN Notick. Xotlee Is hereby
given that the Installment of How Kobcrt
Ilelblg as pastor of tho Cerman Kvang
Lulli. ''Imiiianuers Church' of Cairo, will
take place next Sunday, tho 'iuth instant,
and that henceforth religious service
(preaching) will bo held every Sunday, at
tli o church on Thirteenth street, between
Washington iivuuuo and Walnut street,
beginning nt 10 o clock n.tii.. alo .Sntiilnv
School at !S o'clock p.m.
All members nnd friends of tint above
named church are respectfully Invited to
attend. .It
Attempt at Highway Komikkt.
About 11 o'clock last night, whlla n fo
malo who usually sports n largo quanti
ty of valuablo Jowolry, was passing along
Washington nvcnuo between Tenth nnd
Twelfth street, alio was sot upon by u
negro man, whoso manifest purposo wos
robbery. Ho seized tho female by tho
neck but beforo ho could succeed in tho
garrotlng process, slio raised the alarm.
Tho xound of approaching footsteps ad-
mtinlihcd the negro to "light out," and
ho heeded tho admonition, llefuru do
ing so, however, ho seized hold of ths
woman's shawl, intending to appropriate It
In this attempt ho was foiled. Tho woman
hnving recovered both strength nnd cour
age held on to tho garment ; but tho negro
uilurmlned on booty of somoklrid, throw
all his strength intooco desperate effort tc
secure the shawl, nnd succeeded in tearing
It in two ami making oft" with tho half of
it.
Thu woman has left ii description of tho
negro with tho police, and It U thought
tlint ho may yot b captured.
This isthoonlyattcmpt at highway rob
bery in tho city that wo havo heard of for
month., and for thu safety of our citizens
who aro compelled to bo abroad at night,
Wc sincerely hopo that the guilty party
will bo caught and severely punhhed.
ALEXASDER (JOUST Y.-OFFICIAL IlETUHNS IN DETAIL.
I'BECINCTS.
.VAiuo ot. joui?. J rcsiueni ii. ij,
ralllips Informs tho editor of tho Carbon-
d ilu Arte that he will commence,
a 'nut December lft, running trains from
Ciiroto St. Louts via Illinois Central und
Hellovll!o Southern Illinois railruads,
making tl.c timo through in tlx hour'
This will put Cairo within six hours'
tlmeofh't. Louis, and will bo n great ac
comodation t9 our business men. Of
ourse, Mr. 1'hllllps will let tho people of
thl section know his purposes nnd tho ad
vantage of Ills road in duo season bv ad
vertising in thu Cairo IICLLKTLV.
Stanh H'.om L'.vntu. .1. II. Tnylor,
City Collector, has commeiiewl making
out the delinquent tux ILt, and will to
morrow, plaeo the first sheets in thu hands
of tho printer. It therefore behoove de
linquent to visit the Captain's olllce"
Immediately. In no other wy can they
escape "ctst and charges.-'
La.arl'! and Morris, manufacturers of
"Perfected Spectacles," tire public bono
factors. So spectacles ever made will
bear comparison with tho "l'erfooted"
nrtlclo. Tuber Itrothers, Ohio Liveo, t.ro
tho only parties in Cairo from whom the
epvctncle can bo purchased.
J 1 1 of tho utmost Impoitunco tolmve
Spectacles adapted to tho eye in a scientific
manner. Agents lmve received full Instruc
tions In tho nrtff fitting Spectacles ac
curately. Tobcr Ilrosj SoloNgeiit In thU
plucofor Lazarus & Morris' Perfected
Spectacles. Give them n call.
2ov 1 1 mo ld"v
John Pktkik.'h XewMkat Mahki;t.
Ituddent of tho uclghlorhooi of Four
teenth street and Washington uvenuo will
bo glad to learn that John Petrle, onu of
oldest nnd most successful bntchors, has
oj?iieil it new meat shop In the lllankcti-
buri; building, where nil kinds of fresh
incit, beef, pork, mutton, veal, lamb, ven-
son, sausage, tc, of tho best quality, can
always bo had In quantities to suit purcha
ser. Lustomurt may sunu tiitiir cniiiirun
and any kind of meat called for will be
furnished, full weight and nt thu rates mi
ni: tho market. IV.riu asks n share of
patronage, and will guarantee full tntisfac
tion in every IntUnvc. Jvi I dC
AIIkaii Si'ouiCkTio.v. About two wook
ago wo copied a pair of paragraphs from
tho Com in ere i), Mo. J)liiat.-S, giving nn
account of the killing of two boars in that
neighborhood, which for some llrno had
been feeding in tho nelgb)rIugeoruflelds.
Ilcie, now, Is vnothor paragraph tf a
like nature, taken fram tho lhpnirh of
last Saturday:
Another Ur.wi. Iravls Harris camu
Into town on Thursday nftcrnoon, with n
bear siting ncross lfofe him on his hore.
Thu buar of courso was ndvad one, und ono
he had killed nenr his house on that morn
ing. Hear are becoming plenty here
about. What say our hunters and marksmen to
tho formation i-f n party to visit Scott
county on a lar hunt. Let's all "go In
and get squeezed."
Tin: au i.o n Co.vckkt Tuiuay
N'kiht. Tho parlor concert nt tho resi
dence of W. IJ. Gilbert, Eq., on Tuesday
night, called out an nudlcnco altogether
respcctLblu In numbers nnd otherwise, not'
wlthitanding thu Inclement and threaten
ing character of the weather.
Among tho most notable and enjoyable
features of tho occasion wo nolo tho vocal
cflortt of Mrs. J. M. Lau sden, Hnv. Mr
Conn, Mrs. W. P. Hnllldav and Mis. W
II. Morris, nnd tho cornet solo by Mr. It.
P. I'obblns with piano accompaniment by
his daughter Kiln.
Mrs. Lausden sang Lufarfulctta wltb
lino eirect, displaying tlint culture of voico
so noccssnry to tho rendition of dltllcult
compositions.
Mrs. W. II. nnd Mrs. K. L. Gilbert
played n piano duett in u manner that
won very general applause.
Thu Itov.aMr. Coan sang II Halen from
Trovatore, with njust appreciation of its
varied beauties.
'In the niorry tlmu of Carnival,' a
quartette by Mrs. W. P. Ilallldny, Mrs.
W. II. MorrN, MIsj Pitcher and tho llev.
M r. Coan w:u suld to bo "tho crowning
glory oftho evening' a mino of harmony.
Mrs. Y. P. Ilalllday sang "Thou art so
near nnd yot so far" very sweetly, win
ning vory decided npplauso.
The reading of Mr. W. II. Morris wa
pronounced uxcullent. HJ betrayed a
versatility cf talent in that behnlV that
"took tho houicby stonu.''
Partlei who were present Mioak in warm
terms of tho courtey and genuine hosiii-
tallly-ofiMr. and Mrs. W. It. OillKjrt, and
thank then, for contributing so inrgclv to
tho pleasure of tho evening.
Conjrcu nt sirjf.
Wm II. Andrn-OIl.
Jolm A. I.OBtn
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l'aler Hull
Ouyiru. ISth IHttntt.
John M. Crob
Daniel W. Muan
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Joipph J. Onsllc
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BAH SICE!
IS COMING !!
WITH TUB ,LAU(S1-ST SHOW ON
Liirtii or Water, nnd will Inhibit
GAIBO !
On llio Coi ner i.f lMiiiminli'o-.-i-Sf.
AITim.VOO.V AN'i t. KN1' '
as rr.ti.i.t.v ainiAJtKiiia.) u,H 1
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ii i ".'Tneh, LlrrU of Hie County Court In Ami to thaeoutilnml Sluts nrnrahl, do herclir
f-riiu uini wi. niiuTn in n into nnii currrct Binioiiif-Di oi uid roio cai lor Hi t,.irilf at'Orc nsriic-l
at cfntrnl cloctlnn Urll In sall rountr,oiiTurilr, the rih day nr 7of mlrr, A. D. I"(i,
JACOll 0. LY.NCll, County Clcrlf.
RIVER. NEWS.
r.torsbody, Look
A (J KM. Tho Kvcnlng Star is the most
boautlftif sheet-Iron cylinder wood ntuvu
made. It Is durable, economical, and the
poor man's friend. Kvoryhody should
havo ono of these excellent tove.
Nov 1 1 d&w It
Soukiiokv started the report that our
old friend, Van ItoJncy, had "gono
back ' on tho Democratic party, and, dur
ing tho late ehnitloti, worked with the
white nnd black Kndlcul of Missouri
to defeat tho Liberal ticket. Van is
Justly Indignant, and expresses tho belief
that ho can cut olf tho oars nnd pull tho
nofo of tho Individual who originated tho
slander.
"Wo know Van as a simon-pure, unfal
tering DoinoCfat. 11- has maintained that
utrlpo of polltlci all hU life. Wo can,
therefore, fully nppreclnlo tho measure of
hU Indignation.
It is quite unneee!nry to add that tho
report was utterly foimdatlouleif.
Si'lifKlhi:!)! Si!i'ltKit.aii Kverxhody
BStonlshsdl Tho cheapest man living com
mences to-morrow. Kvery article marked
plain. A llttlo child can come and buy as
well as tbo oldest man.
Positively only one price to all, and ev
erything at half price. Look out for cir
culars. .I.W.TItOK,
Proprietor.
Now nnd then wo hear tho note of prep
aration for the next municipal election.
"Ye propose in u means of detecting llio
gil registrations that all tho names regis
tsred, with tbo plnco of residenco, bo pub
lished In tho columns of tho IJullktin.
If It ii understood in ndynnco that such a
publication will be made, nnd that nil cases
of Illegal registration will bo punished, wo
shall nt least hava an approximation to
an honest list.
Wk observe with pleasuro that the De
mocracy of Scott county, Missouri, have
honored our old timo friend, Kd. Gray,
with ft. 8Ct In tho Legislature. Years ago
Kd. was a citizen of Cairo sold Ico hero
wai a Democrat then nnd is now. Ho is
not much of n politician-makes no pro
tensloni to oratory or statesmanship, but
hai good practical souse, and will voto for
Democratic measures "ovcry pop."
SllKltl-KI.KfT, Irvln, vMtrd hli
friends In tho country after thu election,
und stopped nt Thebes. The next night
when ho checked oil' his horse, lio found
himself ont nhort, which oronted for him a
lively prospect of making the balance of
tho trip on foot. Tho huro had been
stolon, and It was thought ndvlnbhi to in
itituto search. Accompanied by Mr. Dex
tor, Mr, Irvln tracked thu animal into
Union county, and early next morning
found it whore tho thief had abandoned it,
near Mr. Mt'Kllmnoy's farm. Satisfied to
recover tho horso Mr. Irvln returned
home, leuvlng tho thief to such punish,
mcnt i8 his consolcnco may Intlict for tho
reason, ehlcily, that ho (Irvin) coNldn't
catch the scoundrel to Intlict any other.
Hots, d'li'N, I'ui'oiil
I litre !
Hoy, glrl, fathers nnd methcrs tln-o
two paragraphs are esp daily dedicated to
you. P. s'aup, lit'-' Commercial nvenuc.
has brought on tho largest stock of toys
and coufectionaties ever opened in Cairo.
Wc shall not attempt to enumerate. Wc
shall only lay that tho supply embraces
everything yet Invented to please, In
struct and entertain little boy and girls.
.Many of tho toyi aro highly ornamental;
others are vry curious, and nil uro fullr
forty per cont. cheaper than like articles
were ever beforo offered In this market.
Little boys and girls, even folks of Hint uro
growth, tlnd it impossible to pass .Snip's
citabliihmcnt without stopping. The at
tractions insldo are irresistible. And no
wonder. Think of twenty-six largo cases
of toys steamboats, locomotives, ol
tliorc, hopes, dogs, cats, elephant,
dolls, toy furniture toys that walk nnd
cry do everything but think nnd talk
nulmals that howl and bark nnd squeal
marblos UiIuim cu-
AHKI VALH.
Arlington Colmnlni. Armndn IVIiicaIi,
Cuiiiinorclkl, Mciutilils, Julia, ttt I.ntin,
I!fllMcm.lii, HliarU, "
I.llx-ftv. ' Turner. "
ijiilck'icii, Kvunnlll-, T Denn, New Oiln.
r it i.uni;, r.i j.onia.
IiKI'AUTUKF.!.
Atllnict'Hi. (kilnmbuf. Arinmls. I'a.lucali.
Julin, VlnkiburA, :itiiiiirrcll. l.otnavillr.
iiirnrr, .cirurifaii', ioi nun, .Munriii,
Tompxui l)nn,S l.nal" QniPkntep, Eansvill-,
HplleMfinplns, H II l.ni;, Ark rurr
.iiiui'iiy .u ., ni jaiiiu.
Tho weather ii clear and cool, but be-
tiomlng more pleasant under tho influenco
of an unclouded sun.
Tho river hat fallen four Inches since
last report.
Tho Mississippi is falling at St. Louis,
but a rapid rlso Is rcrtcd At fit. Paul,
and tho rirer is swelling n fur dowu m
Dubuquo.
Thu Missouri nnd Illinois mors nro
fallinz.
-ThG'UWo Is stationary nt Pittsburg
-with three (oct six inches In the channel.
It Is falling nt Louisvlllo with twenty
six inches wnter in the cannl nnd live
feet to Cairo.
A slight riso In tho Cumberland sup
plied twenty inches water to Hnrpeth
Shoals, but thut river is again falling.
Htulnwi continues fair at our wharf,
notwithstanding there has been a consider
able falling olT.
Tho Shark and barges aro rocolvlng
largely and will prob:ibly take COO tons
from this port alono for Now Orleans.
Tho Hello Memphis discharged .100
bales cotton hero for rcshlpmcnt Knit per
rail and 185 sk.s driod fruit for Chicago.
The Thompson Dean discharged horo
27(5 bundles green hides, 1"0 baskets chain
paigne, '.'2 bbls tuolasscss, 10 Ibis oranges
I i kt corl'oe, .1 bbls rice.
The Julia Is receiving ft) tons hero for
ickaburg und way points.
Tho Armada brought a good trip for
Cairo nnd rcshlpmeut.
Tho Quickstep brought UO sks wheat,
'.' pkgs furnlturo, 2 bbls whiskey for Cairo,
nnd 00 tons ol produco And assorted
freights for reshlpment South.
Tho Turner and Illsmarck leave for
N. t). this ovcnlng, nnd tho Grand Tower
fur Memphis.
Tho Idluwlld is tliu regular Cairo and
Evntitvillt packet this evening.
Tim Armada leave for Padueah ovcry
evening nt 4 o'clock.
COAL.
4 trx t r
2JOHN COAIj YAltD.
FOOT OF ELEVENTH STREET
.Mount Cnrhnn, )uolti and
Ohio Itivcr
A uonil Niipil' on llniiit,niut dfllvcrnl
1st nilf pru t or iho jlt)'.
Kvcry Ixiail of Coal Wclplinf, anil full
, 'Measure fjlrcn.
nu ivoi'ci.iii riTKM.ii:i A-rsao
vr.u cau i.oais.
Orders lftt lh aflVo filltcflll. iininoliately
TAJIKS KOSS, Prnp'r.
SPJit 21tf
QAIKO CSTY
COMPANY
Ari Propiiri'd to Supply (Jtustoiucri
with thu Host (Juallty or
PITTSBURG
AND
Illinois Coal.
Ot-iler left ill Ilnllliluj Itio. Olllip,
So. 70 Ohio I.cvrr, oi- nt llio I'oul
Vnnl ticlnu- flirSI. t'liiirle llo
lt t,ivlllKerUr I'ouipl
Altcullnii.
Tnms-iillniiihl inn .iitional
Star Vvtists.
The Lorcllest Lndy Pprrormers !
Tho Fine! ISidcris,
Tho C4reatont'i,s:;iKTH,
Tlio llCMt Trini!)Icr.s,
The Fiiiinlf.st CIowiim In the
World.
lli:.l THE Ult.LS I ItKAIi THK mum
Hcliasllan, the fJreat Champion tlUrr.
O'llrUn, the ClinlK-iiKC Italoule I.pniirr ao,
hpiitilognifssaull Turut-r,
Tlia Man Monkey, CWIAM.
Nlffnor aiibnna, the Man Ply.
Ttio It nwnp'l Arntilmt Itrollicri.
J. II. Krllly, tlm Hylns VoiIIr.
Slrtnor t-'nrnntn, tlio I.ltln;t Ilitirsasi Knot
John Cnlltinii, the I.r opanl Athlete.
Illrk Clark, tho I'rlncenl tho Hurdle.
., Win. 4J. Mllrs, (lie Joe JeiTcrson of lit
Hln.
aslRnnr Cliffont, llto (Jrni.t Oymim.t ol llio
James JlrOtilro, ih (Irrnt Coinle VncnlUt
un-lt'ontorMtloiul Ulown.
ICitdle llnlley, ihoSmsllr! sn-l funniest nl
I i-lt Cruv"iioil Kouls.
TTTT? ,3 TJ m
otbi kSwuA kujt u jix tain
Uaa (lie Patent l'Iro lloltoui
1 lltl illiil It If M. I If lil II
for SaIo hy
i inrii jr n i iiiiii ii i .
liUoinxueroIal Avciiuc
Five Principal Lady Per
formers I
J M. iJ51lfiI.IP.H fc CO.,
Successors In J.'. J!, Hcnclrlelif t Co.
FOR WARD! N
,. ii a j. ,
U 11 ' ' f
pnopniETons,
CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
LIDIiBAE. AIIVaM'F.i .11 A II f I ON
SIUN.1I i:in.
irlrilkt lis nil HA n ..! -...I -. i .
Tl.e 'toa 44Mohtiiuk" will trln Ovl nt.nl.lt
irHiueii AiiHiy ntnir, hay or ilium.
Clro, O. t. Will, IhiO if
WOOD.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
1 V K t 11 11 . f
rious, tilings tniiiuiM, thlnfsoriiaincntal, :
nnd all to cheap that anybody can ceuro
a full supply for ChrNtmasI I
Ihen again thuro aro tho confts'tloni- 1
the largest nnd best toek evor iecn in
Cairo. Candles, mint nnd u'liiu drons. !
fancy candies and klus everything in
tho candy line, and all of tho purest qual
ity nnd most popular brand. Hut enough.
If you want tuvs und confections fur llio !
I.Kt.'AL.
A liltICK DWELLING HUI'SK l'OK
SALK.
A two story brick residence, admirably
nrrnnged, with largo grounds (4 lots), sit
uated on tho corner of Holbrook avenue
and Twcnty-thlriUtreet, will bo sold on tho
most reasonable terms. It U located on
high grounds, in nn excellent neighbor
hood, tho grounds containing bearing fruit
trees, vines and choice solectionaof shrub
bery. It is, In short, ono of tho completed
omes in tho city.
Apply to AV. II. THOMAS,
At Thomas, Orccn &Aldon'i.
holidays or nny other days, there U ope
iiluce whero you can nlt your.olf bovoinl
doubt, and (lint place Is ut P. Suni' It):
Commercial avenue. novITtf,
Piiaui. c "Vitalin," nlthough transpar
ent and colorless, will darken grey hair
to tho exact shade it woro before It began
to fado! Among tho triumphs of toilet
chemistry it stands pre-eminent. It Is
clear and MvcetMiiclllng, ami its nm no is al
ready n "household word."
.Sold by all druggists and fancy good
dealers. Xovl I d&w lw
QIIAXOKUY XOTIC'U.
'.. C. Phillip U licrrliy ii-illAi-l ilml KJniiiii'l
W KlIirolAV In" Hli'il a I'lll lu ClMiiccr)' to fl
anle Hon'l lor a I'c-cit nu t irinurt- ilon, t,on
t,il;ilntl, .I,,in Q. Ilriimii nixl
CUllKiriiM Wiii'lon, in llm (' n-iilt rouil el
Aloxan-ltr Ciiiiuty, lllinln, Aii.liiuuututiiun. lin
li'ti imiiv,t tliKit-nti fai Hii.l-.fn:lii:N. reliint
M at tl.e next Onu of xnlil Coiiii, to ! lio,(in
n thr C'ourl liming In (Jalro, IiiIIik I? unit Blurt-
il't onllic:i-l MniiiMy In .lunnny nrxi.
lull.N lj, tlAIIXAN.CkrU.
Oilrt, Nov. ITih, l7'l.
i tin A. (i i-r , Hops fjrCur.ii'l. nvlMlBtiit
; "4 'rT a oiirrta xt xotick.
: J.1. I
(" :ttf K. Tnjlnr lultrii-liy iiotiltnl lliilon llic'i
tt (iur t.i icii.uvi, i-i'. uttrit it iiii:iriiiiii-iu
l.iiii-,! mil .if tin- (itlii-it nt' tli. I'trrk tir I'm Olf
i-int Lmirl of AlHXnwIrr Criitity, ill Ilu- Mato(
lllinoln, nt itie unit or WillinniH. loril au-lKpotfl
inu t'Kinii. 11' in ipi-'i ir inn piiiii-., in-n,,
Tlt'iKin-l llullirs, rolurnaMs lit tin- in-xi term of
Court, In I'o tiolilfit nl Ilu- Coin t IIou in
Hie city of Clr, In nall Ciuuty mi'l Slst" on tlif
'I'hlril Mniilny la Jitaimiy trxl.llml mill hi
taivment Is I'lillli2 l.flnn until "oiirl. km-1 llt tt
null-. ton, llio fll Tii)lur, hlmll auiv.iron llm
reltirti tiny of until writ.Jii'lsiiient UI l enU'teil
iiii.lllior.latoatathfl I1I tool.l.
JOHN i. 1IAUMA.N, Clsik.
flro. III. . Vrif. Hl.l. 1KIO.
Mulkry. Wall Wliei-ler kik! (irmi lillUirt,
1 Ati'yaior rjilntltt -noMpllittilt
p M. WAK1, '
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
1 , t tf l HKll TO MM. tlHOKll.N
I'roiniitly mi. I luliifa.-lorily, iih the vt-ry 1-e
1-irt'vroiHi,
OAli. and X STICKS J15 Y
l.i'uvo Ordi mn ill IIiilcit'.H Old SI 11 ml
Oft AT I UK 1'OI.T arvivv.
I'ho msrrrl Trfpk lfnr.it ah,I Tlitiip.n ttni,i..
IlrlKttiiil. '
Tlio itotnrlntit Clottn Mnli-. ec nail Ilnr-
ory.
'1 li nrrlvnl it th tu-tt i..nt i '.r..ii. u ,,t t. i....
nl'liM by a iaru,)o lliriiu;li tU prlticipsl tri-et.
if lliflr Ix-.mlinil llitttil S'ltorlol, ,rittl,r ten
-lf Knlly innrkr-l liure., lutiu.n 11 utiiM-rb ul
rluiifly train, valet-il nl (n tliniiaainl iltiilun, ami
ilim-n l,y tin-i i'ivlrtit'tl Kim)ii of tin- It Minn.
Mr.ilnrd'H II. Kn-neli.
Don't f.ul Ut tmi Hits .pirliol mi l i-lmrmmij
-i.a-iim(ii-, 1.11,1 11. urn, riiii.iiiuj iittt.je n i mi
?iiTrrvuruFi u.nn.
Will iMMlllroly rxhlliil, rmn or nlmu', liarlnit
iiii-i i..i("iii.ij 1 niiPirii) irn ior iiiLF-niiriu-fii irlp A
iipttly until imI lent, of iim.-lt liciicr inttvrlal
tlinn livretofoiviitt'il.unit ttalt-rrroof,
AnnlU r ncir fraturi-nf rsiiifort is Hip Patent
JL'IrcuH Kluvr.,tlip ndnnvi-rlulitiou-rt trltk-lt
lot Imi-n purfliiuml liy tin. 1 iiitili.liiiu nt. nnil
tttili-li, ttlt-Mi Hip Itii-Inmi-nor fir rlgnr tf llm
HfiitluT ilttiinuil, ttlillMt p'mT. tin-li-r llio smt
III mii-li h liiuiiiirr. It imtttrt nirml.U -il
Kcalnl wnrinlli lluounliotit tho iiihiimiio'Ii t- nt.
Look nut fop thr II I c Hlriiniliiml I
The Monster and Atrilc .Mtrvrl f llic Ul l u,
.tt-ir t .inu.
Isiiom Open nt 2 anil 7 o'clock, p.m.
Nfilwiili.lar.'lln-r llic exp-i ultMi ' :ir.t lit Alt u.i
v.1.1 Htil tilfiiif-l an arr'v, iiTtrcsv'll i-iiii,ii(v
)irn-of,)ri, U,t
AIIITI.TM All out.'
GIIII.;HK. 1111,1. r I I ,.irs - lit (Vim
nottAtt
wii.iywii.Mii. .mmrjA.ti OTitma
9j AO. JI. niXLI.IS,
Kiii .-js-)rlo PjvUfri I'aiih. )
OCM'.ltAI.
UUlVi W1ISS0ON
INO
mmmt mebchaht
Anil Iirslcrln
Tloiir, .Ufal, lfajt Corn, Oiif,
n... Iftil 1 n -vi . 1
CAIItO, IKLI.VOI.S.
MUMUI
G
5tr,i:. iV ;ia.Hi:icT
IT
CiiAiiTKU Oak CoolvlNa Stoves nnil 1
Kvcnlng Star heating stoves thu best in j
uo for sulo by C. Sv. llendorson, 1U0 '
Commercial Avenue. fko advortisentent.
UllgiOll tin.
-
1'umif Cholco Family Flour Iii'jIi
half bbls., sacks, t&c, for sale at tnoKgyp-
linn Willis. , au
.
QIIAX UIUIY .OTIK.
Sluto il lllmola, Alcxsn Iff County, an,
In Hie Circuit Court of Aloxumlfr Connlv, Jn.
nary Term, UJO. In Clmnt-cry. UiUfortmotrv.
I.o.uiullnrri. William llarU.
Aftljjvlt of llic noii-rcsJnco of William llsr
rUlliHiilKtrtt iisimil ilrfi-ntlant, huTins Iwr 11 tild
lulliuClutk's olllie nf 'In' Circuit Court ef Kld
County, nolle" l thrrtforn lu-rtuy Riven to tlio
a, William llnrii that the voiiiilaitiut AM
her lull of -onill.ilii( in Court on Ilia Clisn
tory slilo ilirrnof on ilielMli day of nnrembt-r.
1870, and Hint llieniion a summons Istued out of
said Court ri'lnmuWo i Hit lw lireot, Note
uulrsf vim. tli huld William Harris, aim I iicr-
dotiKlly I and naiiesr Mora llio Circuit Court
.1 111 nn ,1 Kiinutv n 1 1 ih 1 ni uitu i v iirjti ivrin
to (lio urrest lino 1 liMI?u, tu uelhcl.K-u the Court House in said
Ttvent)' Dollnrti llctvuril I
Tho ahovo reward is oll'ereil for infor
1.,., tlnn tlint u-tll loml to Ilia urrest mil
,,iii,, ...... - - - 1 utori-ui tu w iipi'ii-u pi mi- v
conviction of thoso villainous boys who I " " " " A1'' , '."Jr ?i'
broku In tho windows and stole tho hoys , ml Irll of voinplalui, tho same nml the iiihiIits
1 t.i.i iIw.h ,!niv.1,l..t,...i, I., tin. tn'1 thlnpa ilifriiiti cliarged ami stated wilt lia
und committed Other depredations, ill tlio (uUa as t onff sscd, aud a dt-ereo r nifrcd KHlnl
Leach House, on Ninth street, on Satur- ,,Htc''r'm',0,,,,,Jll1,r1IARAN,'cisrk
day and Sunday last, tho 12th nnd loth c.lteS!1.K
1. ... 1 11 !i . . f
IU3IS, iKinu n i noYI7lia'l
nt January next.
icniur (onto cam complain-
Ari'OlIMJVS A XI) COUXSlM.HlliS
LA IV,
Ullllitlll II, Slrcrli, 1
stui. nm ii. ;iiikii, 1. into, u.iM
Jlllrn I'. ;iltii-rl. J
spi 1niUllfnli1.il i- ru in s.ii and u inn-
.i .it I.II.U..-
IlilUe on lllilo l.r vet. lliiiiini T ami
uvrr Illy Xnilonnl liuittt.
A
I.I.K;V, WE llll V HS 'S I.KH
A'lTOHNKyS AT LAW.
Ofllr In Uroaa' ,Ntr UttlltlliiK, s-oriirt
or lliU ,Hr, nnl S'oiunicrclitl Ave.,
M'.J.AIIrit, 1
II. Wnl.nii VcUli, 5 4'AUUt, I lil.
I.M lliillvr V
rjiHK
H
WM
OHIO IsKVCU, CAIItO.
FULTON & SONS, - - I'loprlotor
Are Notv In Full Opera Hon.
Mi-aim, FnltmiA Pons uioprenanxl to furnish
all klitda of Hour of lit" leat titiailly, and kUu
Mill l-'eed of till liinds, (Irnlia.'i Klolir, iii'ucka
or in lius itii,tnl!lv, ina-ln lioin Hie ttt WIiiIj
Wtit-ai. apr5dlt
(1 W. DUNAIXO, JI.JU. e.
IDENCK-Corurr Ninth and Walnut
OKPICK-Corner Sixth Street aad Ohio I.evee
ol'l'ICM IIOUi;S-.From 9 a.m. to II in., and
ptii1
,t wmitv1
3
3 wt . . v
: K i ,oJ
? f S CBS O
53 S4
ir ssMHMsnauu
Z. II. Matliui.
jyjATUWK I'll!..
I'll
R
AM)
Commission Merchants
18. Ohio Lvcf,fAI0, ILLINOIS.
Spi-cinlaltfiitlontfuni to lu"p ikNu-o and snle o
irrriTT n
P y 4 'r
Urt. T I'Atiaia
A1A.
IU W.MlLttK.
ii
Forwarflino tVinrrhnnl-e
c 1 " w -
URAM'IH IN
: i.ot si,i:.v,o.vT, is tv.
j3to aato.. l
w .
L'.VSlt, flS.B.S.IOJM.
t
Alii
lKM.i:it IN
Bar Fixtures,
(.'LASSWAltr. uml HOl'SU ITUNiMI
135 and 187 COMMERCIAL AYEN'JE
4'airo, .Illinois.
piiiKi:it
1 n7P. uiK ,
Ueili-rn m
WHITE LEAD. 1C, OILS
Window Glas and l'titty,
UriislltKi Wall l'nier, AV'litilow Slits
95 OUIO LEVEE,
flnii'f) - - - - Tllinoist
QUXAKU
Line
aTljrilsIsIAJHE R,, SS3HTJI, Ir. I,
" t;aiHl:0i:-.o. 51, Tlihlrflntli tint
btHeenYnsllIlalon Avenue ami Walnut the'
Ol'b'OK. HI Coineri'ial Avenue, 1111 tttr
TKAJISUIl'.H J.,:ui tVcehlr rroMi.w
Yorli, Mvrrjiuiit nnil 1 tieitsowis.
Kor Mts M'l'ir f IMF. Tbilisi C
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