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OFFICE :. No. 13 Tenth Street, Thornton's Building.
MONDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 20. 1SG9.
JOHN If. OBERLY & (JO
Tim New York Times, a mild Kadliml
orKttii, wlilch la fiuld to Interpret
Present's Olympian noda for the In
formation of the croat uiiwrhIioU, tauus
HtroiiKKround tinsiliint the repeul of the
lay,' creating the Income tax. The Times
. . . a I a at.,. ....lit IMIt.
nva urutil m iiouireu w mo c,,u
unce of It, uiid then proceedn to ivo
reason, why it should be. One of
Times' nrt?umont is Unit we are all
llunh of funds, und tliut it lltuo
tlmcH. morally and llnanclully,
do us nil good. This l.i rich, eoinltii; "P
on the desolation of the war. H rd
times may be needed In New Yor' to
ehecc the Witll-stieet hWlndlerH, the
euHtonwhouiso fronds, tho pendulous ex
amples of the Heeehers, nnd the extra v
nuance and upltiK of arlHtoerney by tho
Hhoddlea; hut away out here, far from
tin; li'iioblu utrlfe of the pandemonium
of wpeculatlnn and licentiousness, hard
times nro not needed to purify the moral
and llnancinl atmosphere
A hUko robber, recently nrreHted In
California, has made a confesfciou re
vealing tho fact thai there Ih tin organ
ized band, with code of lawn, rlp,
and passwords, operating from Orcein
to Arizona, and Into Nevada. The band
was originally organized at Portland,
Oregon, aud hns for mouths pursued a
career of robbery and murder.
Hon. John M. Crebs, our representa
tive In Coiires. has Introduced a bill In
Unit body providing for tho erection of
ii monument in the fcoldler'n cemetery
nt-.Mound City. We trust that tho bill
will ho passed.
Tlini.O.tQKXT ftlVKH ivtiii: WOULD.
I)r . Livingstone writes that he spent
a year exploring the flection of tho
country lying south of Lake Tanganyi
ka, which, containing many small
hpriugri or lake fountains, he a.sert
Is the source of the Nile. If this bo so,
tho Nile N by far the longest river In
the world. It extends from latltudo 10
or 12 deg. south, to latitude .12 deg. north,
n dlitaiiiT, In straight line, of nearly or
quite throe thousand mile, or much
more than thu whole breadth of the torn
peratu iouu betwtcn the Tropic of Can
cer and the polar circle, wlthlu which
nlnett-en-twautleths of tht continent of
A IIOL'flLr. MAW.
All the stories told of tho Hlamcso twins
hardly tiqual tnls of the Hootch double
man, of whom the following account Is
given by the J!(um Sno'.iarum Jlitloria:
During 'the reign of James III, of .Scot
land, and at his court there lived a man
double above the wul.it, und hlnglu below
that region. The king caused him to bp
carefully brought up. He rapidly ac
quired a ki.owfedgo of music, the two
heads named several languages; they
debated together, and the two upper
halves occasionally fought. Thsy lived,
generally, however, In the greuteol har
mony. When the lower part of the body
was tickled, the two Individuals felt It
together; but when, on the other hand,
one of the upper individual wero touch
til, he alono felt the cfTeet. Thin moo
strous being died at tho age of 23 years,
Ono of the bodlen died neveral days be
fore the other.
a oiKEiirui, nocTnit.
One day last week a prominent and
very successful phyBlelan, residing in
Washington, county, who has long en
Joysd a lucratlvo prnct'.ce nnd Justly
stands high among tlio people of his
county, Tlslted this city, and after mak
ing such purchases of diugu, medicines,
etc., a he needed, repaired to the pritici
pal undertaker's establishment In Uio
city, where, after a long und critical ex
amlnntlon, ho selected, purchased run!
paid for a cofllu, in which, ho said, ho
intended to be burled.
The oofllu was a plain charry o o,
stained and varnished, hut untitled. ' o
undertaker asked him If ho would h .vo
It UnbiJ., The doctor ropllcd, " No, I is
not neeefHary; my wife will lino it when
It readies my homo.' Tho coflln was
uhlppud to Falein on Monday last, from
whence It was conveyed tho inmo day to
tho resldonco of It owner. Tho doctor
ntateil to tho undertaker that ho hud long
deslrod to have his colli n In his house,
and that ho thought It perfectly proper
for one to purchase his collln before ho
died, no that it might bo ready.wlthout
It certainly will bo nllnwad that tho
doctor's suggestion that his wifo would
lino the cofllu was rather cool, aud to her
It will, no doubt, prove startling. Tho
gentleman was perfectly sano, a man of
tlio highest character, but somawhat qo
centric. We should think, however, that
a collln in a hotiso wan not exactly the
thing to product) tho most comfortable
feeling, lu tho family, I'ew Albany Com
A MIUACIit: IX INDIA.
A Mogul gentlomau oMJombay, uam
cd Ilajed Lamal Obadeen, gravely
writes to the Bombay 'Gazette' that nn
Irrovorent Turkish boldler appeared ut
the holy shrlno of Kerblla, and, n6t
heeding Uio remonstrances of the door
keeper, went in with his aword mid
shoes on, when a mysterloua hand ex
tended Itself from tho grave nnd slap,
ped tho ott'onder so sovorely on tho faco
that ho waa liutuutly deprived $f
speech, and although attended by Kor
bila dootora, breathed his Inst ou tho
evening on tho eamo day ! In honor of
this mlraolo tho Turkish governor 6f
Korhlla ordered guna to bo firoij, and
tho whole town was Illuminated. The
Moguls of Horn bay ulso placed eitra
lamps in their Museed, and-the leading
in embers of the community intondoU
when tho Jules ..accounts were rooelvefl
to ceieoraio guuu iut tun
A IIIC1I SCENIC ATA WI,DIIX.
tub lininvoRnhM err nutiWK. ani
TUK AI1KBT HAS" HAMHIKM TIfli
The Port Hopo Canadian says that a
couplo residing in the rural districts, 'not
far rrom town, were engaged to bo mar
ried, aud wttrd "called'' throe times in
ono of the town churches'. On the day
appointed for tlio celebration of the cere
mony which was to, "make this twain
one fles'li','' thd Imppy'cOuplo camd to
town arrayed in all the glory of new
store clothe?, bringing with them a
brother of the bridegroom, who waa to
olllciate as "best man," and who, there
suit proved, wua fully entitled to tliut
character. Leaving tho blushing danml
In clmmi of his brother, tho Intended
husband adjourned to a bar-rodm to got'
"somotniug not." to encer ins spirits tin
der the trying ordeal through which ho
was to pass. Hero he met somo friends,
and amid the congratulations Svith
which he was overwhelmed, partook, of
more than wan necessary for the purpose
of elevating his courage to tho proper
point, aud soon becamo oblivious to all
sublunary matter, weddlngparty. bride,
prospective domestic bliss, and nil. Af
ter waiting a rensouablo time fur his re
appearance, his affianced nnd the rest of
the party grow uneasy, uad, finally, an.
expedition was organized to go lu search
of him. They discovered him in tho
tavern in n comatose condition, arid re
ported that fact In tho proper quarter.
The bride bore up bravoly undarthis tri
nl, declaring that sho didn't care a cent,
ho was a good-for-nothing drunken
wrcteh, and she waa glad to get clear of
him. Moreover, sho was not going to bo
humbugged that way out of getting a
husband; she came to town t be mar
ried, and marrlod she was determined to
be to the tlrst man that would tuke her.
itather than see the girl disappointed
about a tritle Uko that, tho brother who
came to do tho "beat man' business, vol-
uuiacreu to oe uer victim Jiimseir Tlie
bargain was soon made, aud oil' lie stirt-
cd for a license, returning In a MhorKlme,
wuen uiej were marneu aua Hiartea ror
home, leaving tho other individual to
enjoy his little nnrce as best ho could.
Tlio nffulr hns created no little talk and
much merriment amomr thoso acnunint
ed with the facta, and tho intonded Iiun-
nana is now having u rough tlme among
INFbL'KNCK or A NltUfirAPXR.
A school teacher who has been en.
gaged a long. time in Ills profession, and.
witnessed me inuuonco or a uowsnaner
on tho minds of a family of children.
writes as follows: "I have found It to
be the universal fact, without exception
that thoso scholars of both saxes, und
of nil ogee, whohavo had acccsato news
papers ut home, when compared with
those who have not, are hotter readers,
excelling In pronunciation, and coiibo
(lueut.y read more uiKlcrstandloirlv.
They aro better snellerM, and dsliue
worus wiiu ease nnd accuracy.
"Thov obtain n nractlcal knowledge
of geography in almost half the time it
requires others, as tho iiuwnpaperuhns
mudu them familiar with jthe lootrtlon
of most Imporuut places, natloiis,
their governments and dolugd ou the
"They are better grnmnrlniu; for
having becomo so famllliar with every
varloty in the newspaper, from the com
monplace advertisement to tho finished
audclasical oration of the statesman,
they more readily comprehend tho
meaning of tho text, and couseqnqntly
uimlye the construction with' accuracy.
worth rAii nunc than it cost.
A recent case occurred where a farmer
to have expanses, omitted tp tftko. his lo
cal paper for on'oyear. , lie went to mar
ket on Monday wlth'n load of 33 bushels
of wheat, and sold it to tho first ono who
oirered him lo more per. bushel than ho
gut tho week beforo. With a part of tlio
money he bought a piece of 42 yards Jof
muslin nt 17c per yard. At ulgUtue met
a nelgbor who had sold his wheat of tho !
same quality at 10 cents a bushel higher,
und bought the sumo kind of mubllti'nt
15 cunts. HIh local paper of Saturday
had told him of nn advance of ten cents
ou wheat, aud who pnid It, and ho stuck
for that price nnd got It. The name pa
per contained an advertisement of n
dealer who sold tho cotton goods at 15
contH, and he bought them there. Ho
made, or saved. $1,81 on that day's trip'
from thu information gained from ono
number of his paper, while for a whole
year it cosu him only S2. Tho sluglo
number, costing -1 cents, was worth to
him $1.81 above a year's subscription.
And ho It will often ho through thu year
not to mention tho fact that his child
ren nro growing up Intelligent they
learn to read lu reading tho paper, and
thussavo tlnio nnd expense at school;
nnd they know what is going on in the
world, havo some thing to think of while
at work, and their heads aro not to
much tho devil's wsrk shop, for lie
"Hilda somo mlichlef still for ldio hand;"'
What will somo of our staid and pious
readers say whon wotejl thorn (batponie
of tho prominent clergymen of New
York aro In tho habltof keeping fast
horses aud going out on tle rpaj .to try
tho mettlo of their beVists with sinnent'
horses? Yotsuclr iS tho fact. Thero a
the llov. MathuwHalo Hmlth, who says
hu took a drive ou.the road last Friday
with Can Mnce, ".tylin W said to have
caught tho mantle of Hiram Woodruff,
la a iloston boy, the king of drvcr3;i.nnu
a trrcat authority on all horso matters.
Thero is tho Itev. Mr. WeutoU) of
johira ciiapoi, ex'cnaniain or mat pa
per regiment of holiday soldiers, "Uio
Seventh," to.be seen any tine afternoon
with slouched hat and an ultra hgi
church member by hiasldo with a spap
on tho road, aiiero la ut. nail, or tup
Fifth Avenilo church, wlth.hia thorough I
hrcd team, paid for out of Ills soveh 1
i. . t . i.i i...nn
perquisites, etc., TVith a Jockey oan on I
lU j a Bpiu0r vfftgou, There J
Is UjO ROX Mr- Q?r0y( Wl6 UrlT12
laouaanu a jxni m K",l't "u icufi
"Mountain Maid" and "Kentucky
Mare," nnd preaches In n Murray Hill
.church of fashionable reputation. I'Moun
taln Maid" was a present to the pious
Corey from Vauderhllt. Nono of theso
clergymen who ride behind such tine
stock, at tho Half-way House and refresh
themselveaattho bar aud race home,
could have held their pulpits nn hour
twntv voars aco. The world moves.
and, as Amlnadah Sleek says, "we arJ
an going 10 mo uuvii lugciui-r.
PKOCEEDIXC1S or THE SE
Cairo, lJfeeniLcr'13, llt.
There being no quorum present on mo
J.J011 mljournod, until Thursday 10th, Inst,
until 7J o'clock, p. m. Joii Jlrow.v,
Tliur'ly, Doccmbrr Kill, lfG9.
Tho Council met pursuant to adjourn-
rnent; present his Hon. ' Mayor Oberly
and Councllmon Barclay, Jorgenpeti,
Martin, O'Callalian and' Williamson.
The Commltteo ou Ordinances, who
wore Instructed by a joint resolution,
adopted by the Helect Council, on Nov.
J 1th, nnd by the Board of Aldermen, on
November 4th, to draft an ordinance,
authorizing the construction of a sewer to
drain tho the slough below the St. Char
lea Hdtcl, Into the Ohio river,
That upon an examination of tho sub
ject, they find that so much of . tho
ground nelow trie ttt. Charles Hotel, mat
would have to bo used for aewora, Is
owned by private Individuals and conse
quently would havo to bo condemned, or
purchased and paid for; that it would
seom to be Impracticable to drain the
slough, referred too therwlso than through
Commercial avenuo and Fourth strset,
to the sewer now existing through tho
Levee, nt that street.
They therefore, herowlth report an or
dinance, for the abject In view.
s rLouis JoitQKNSK.f, Chairman.
On motion the report was received and
the ordinance, reported laid over for n
Louis Jorgenson, chairman of the or
dinance Committee stated that ho had not
prepared any ordlnanco with McKeo's
motion for allowing members of tho
Council a reduction of $50 in City Taxes
for tho following two reasons; first, it
would be only an indirect way to get
around tho charter, which specifies that
members of the council should reccivo
no compensation whatever, and second
ly, it would be strictly against the cons
titution, that provides all taxes to bo lev
ied equally upon all, .besides, this coun
cil has Jiirrlgnt or power to exempt any
one from paying'taxes.
In regard to a resolution requiring wood
and coal to bo measured, referred to tho
ordinance committee, Councilman Jor
genson stated, that he was unnblo from
tne reading of the resolution rofcrrcd to
him to'dccldo what was Intended. If it
Is the Intention to require all wood aud
coal to bo measured or weighed whether
tlio purchaser1 desires it or not,
such service to be puld for
by the purchaser, thereby levying an ad
ditional tax upon citizens and thus in
crease tho expense of living iu (his city,
he could fiuuie a, roport adverse to the
resolution. Hut if the intention was
simply to let all who detlrc It have their
wood and coal meawure.l or weighed,
then he could not see the necessity of iu
creasing the number or ordluaucos iu
force, as such authority already existed.
. The following bjlla having been ponded
upon nnd oVd'qred plitd by tlio Hoard
of Al8ermen were referred to this body,
for concurrent action, ylz:
Hill or M. lUuibrklc, city Marshal, Nor.
mlarv S 73 W
nill or J.r. UrnMCDi ror tlariruii:. luuilxT
Hit! ut A. Cain, Mtrkel Ha.ur, .Nui. .ulary.
lilll or Jno. Kornler, timinilioii fortliy !,
i- hnl. (iiiPl for kllllue 1I051.)
liill of Tlin. .NubU)ii. i.iy, Uy I.Uir. on
I.IfnslU (VI a
liill or Tlio. .Niugliton, ayi Utur, on
MUeuAltu 6t a
llllt or Mellaril Mcdinnii, -IJJ day lalor, ou
Hill of Pan. ML-Cailliy.Cnlrr rollee.Nov. ularjr Kl xi
Rill or Win. O'Cnllafinti, rollcomnn ou
Dill or 1. O'UJIaluo, I'oIkciiuiii,
lli!l or Hwjcr, rolicxiiiiiQ, (Ulaoci) u to
liill f l'liil. Ilcini, 1'olicrmiiu :.s (0
Hill or J ArnoM, I'lillcrtnan 76 1)0
llil of Jno. ('timmiiik'a, rulicrinaii 71 ou
II II ol Jno, llronn, Cily C'lork lw 10
Hill of Hrl A Mnnn, lii, Ac, for IP-
p.lrini Kourtli slnt hcMor VJ 30
Hill of f. Mulioni'T, liilorin, Ml alilvunlkii.., f7 7a
Hill i)fJno,-Hylnncloitr'i'rcaiirur,.N'oT ulury 1W09
lull ui l(. aiiliquvi,i whvw .'ikiii"'i
Dili of N. A. pome, )!4i1iij work, on ltli
Will Wtf ..!. M. .! '' I''"''-1 ''- ,
Illlrorn. Wllllamaon, II ilaya work', Mi IiIo-
Hill of T'l'jKlwje'ralil, lii ilaya walk on siiio-'
walk . i
Pill orM. Hihrlprc, making Jourual, furCliy
' Cleric. -
111(1 q( Cmro City liaa Company, ror Una enn
uilnif J in niret'l Iwimi'l, ami .liy I'io Arab,
and ltulifth and Heady Firo Co;nianien
Dill or Samuel Haki1, hauling f.Icr, for Hit
Dill of K. HnttBy.rrniOTlpjc, carrion, frvmcily
limit 7. , -
liill of Ilfnwt, Urth, A Cv. for Huudrica, for
Clerk oflioa..,(......M, ...........
Hill of W, W. TIornton, lor I.umbtr
liill ti( C. Jt. Woodwanl. for liimbr ier con-
tract: t'O 13
llillorilltnn. h.iulins tor Jail 1 CO
Illllof Jnj. r!essJPVin'!j,lt'urK,col.. - tl ii
Hill of A.ltally, for repairs on Jnll und Coun
cil Chamber 11 to
r vAud on motion the aotion of the Board
of Aldermen, wau concurred in, and. tho
bills Ordered paid by Uli board, by'tle
AyeaBarclay, Jorgenson,. Mat tin,
O'Callalian, Williamson. 5.
Tho Clerk therein presented nnd read
. . w a- . , . ' ,Monnl. . ,
l",'! si o
Bl'lof Wifi. MeUa'e, au.tinliuoUulClial.
the following mil, viz:
ng !&0 CO
Bill of Win. MItal, dieting I'riRonan, In the
Manthof NoTtrnber. !M 23
On motion 'tho Bevoral bills were allow
ed and reforrod to the J3oard of Alder
men for conourront action by the follow
ing vote viz. Aye's Barclay, JorgoiiBon,
Nays Donoi . j
Bill, bf O, J. Lyon Comptroller, under
Ordinance No. .02 was presented nmj on
motion allowed by the following vote,
vl; Ayes Jorgonsoh, Martin, OCiilhi
han,3. Nays Uarclay, Williamson, 2.
Bill of Wm. Davidson, for feundrlcH for
Jail having been allowod by tho board
of Aldermen came Up beforo tho board
for concourrotico and on motion of Coun
cilman Barclay, the bill was referred to
Wm. McIInlo for information regarding
tho Items charged In the hill. Si' '
Tho scvoral bills for work dono aijd.
tlT'-i t. l..'t..t ...l(.. .. r.
ujuiunuis juriiiauuu 1111 uiuunujt uo
lamp In froul of the Hibernian Firo Co'e
Engine house, having been reforrod to
tho proper parties for tholr signatured by
tho board of Alderman at their last meet
ing, and having been duly signed, were
presented and on motion 'referred to tho
Commltteo on claims.
A numbor of bills wero Uio n presented
and referred to tho Commltteo on claims
under tho rulo.
Petition from Mcsaru. Waltor A Ma
loncy, praying for permission to build a
" amoko house," which prayer was grant
ed by tho Board of Aldermon; nnd, on
motion, tho notion of said Board waa
concurred In, and permission as prayed
Resignation of Patrick Dwyer, as.nlght
polico constable, accepted by tho Board
of Aldermen; and, on motion, the action
of tho Board in accepting tho tamo was
concurred In. 1
BUI of James Johnson, amounting to
$30.55, for a llcenjo trikeu out erroneously
for IS. H. Barber, to act as passenger
agent for the I. C. R. R. Co., waa read,
and, on motion, allowed by the following
vote, viz: Ayea Barclay, Martin, O'Cal
lalian, Williamson 4. Nays, nono.
Councilman Jorgenson was excused
An ordinance, adopted by the Board of
Ajdermou, aud, upon Its second reading
In this Board waa read, and, on motion,
was amended by striking out the words,
"since tho first day of August last."
The quostlon thou being upon thcadpp
tlon of tho. ordlnanco as .'amended, ou
motion, the ordinance as amended was
adopted nnd referred to tho Board of,AI
dermeu for their action by thu following
'vote, viz: Ayes Barclay, Jorgenson,
Martin, O'Callalian and Williamson 5.
An ordinance, entitled "An ordinance
in relation to the polico forco rind tho
sulnrlos of certain city ofUccra," (adopted.
by tho Board of Aldurmon) was read nnd
laid oyer for. a leco.ud'readiiig, under thu
Thero being' no further business, on
motion, the Council adjourned. "
John Biiown, Clty;Clerk.
STORES, TINWARE, ETC.
A 11 ALLEY'S ClfAItTEH- oi.K
STOVE STOltK :
Copper, Tin and'Shcct Irou 1
TO J3 33UNTO BHok
No. WASHINGTON A VENUE, '
(Above the lnrlm lloun..)
HoorlnK, (SuttiirinK, pontine and ritramlwat Work
donu lu n iicttt and pulwUtnliul manner, ut fliort'no
v ii o i. i'i s a 1. 1: a u o n u ,
PUOl'irCK ANU COilHlSHIIlN
M E R O II A N (
No. 70 OA fo ., Cairo, 1 11.
Hiatal attention pviMi Id vongfcmne'ntii ami fill utc
SMYTH & CO.,
00 LEVEE, - - CAJUO, ILLINOIS
Alapkcep oori'Unll; ou band amot comj.lf to
SCOTCH AND IUIS1I WHISKY," GIN
Port, Madeira, Hhcrry auU Catawba
uo, iuist roa
J. HIED J- UO'S CELEJiltA TED WUEBlr
W iell axeliuUcly lor OAH1I, to which Wi,t tlir
attentioapfcloiacaMi Itiireri. . " ' ' ,
nnt'iTii nitcnuuii i.hiii id
TTTOODI WOOD 1 1 '
J. W, T, U II ?f EJBt
r4red to fiinuli ....
. Oroocl 3tXjrcX Wooci '
it priera whUh defy ouifalitlon, iuiiI aWo to ' t
Dtllvir In ar r'oC thCIy, j
On lhi aborted BtHtf. ' 1
Leate erdtra on slates ai Uola'n'a (Toairj, lnarv
GET THE BEST.
hut Tint o.vhr cemoi.sb imphovj!d
ORIODE GOLD WATCHES
MannfueiorcU by tho
OROIDE WATCH OO.
They are all the uct make, UuntinR Caiei, flnel
eliiuedi look and neHrllke fine xold, antl aro equal In
titienrnncA to the Ix'it jjoUI wutihe.i umtally Ro.tnc
ll.W. Full Jeweled I,urra, Uent'a and Ijdlei'alici,
at SIR vticli.
Oi;U IIOI11I.F. KXTIl.l IIKl'I,Ni:i Solid
Oroldo Hold Hiinllnjf'Ca-i 'Pull Jeweled I.erer,ra
elial to iiw Uold Wntcfic"! Itf'Atilalcd and Guaran
teed to keep correct limn, aid wear and not tnrnlth,
nlthl'itnil'mo Cusn, nt ti) each.
.Vo moiii'r In reiinlreit In nitvance. V'a
aend liy Kxprrai oiiTwhero within thu United State,
pajrablg (oaentou ilrliTcrr,wlth thu prlTllcKe to open
nnd cx.uninv. Ixfare paid for, nnd If not ..tlifactorT
returned, bv parinK tlio Kxpreai nhnrgci. Oood will
bo tent br mail aa Hogl.turcd raokno, piupaid, by
ncnilinirai-h in lulrnnca.
AM AOK.NT HKNUlNfJFOItSlX WATCH RM OKTS
AN HXTUA WATOI1 I'ltKK. MAKING HBVr.N l&
WAT01I1W FOB M, Oil VKVKN f M WA1C11ES FOB
ALSO EI.KHAXT OHOIIIR (IflLDF.X
.CIIAINN. oflalent and most cotl.rtjrle, for l.mlici
raml Ocntlimen, rrom lu to 40 Inche. lont;, at ., SI,
.-n, nnuisrnuii, himii wiiu waicncai wioiuaaio pficra.
Rtato kind nnd mo of vrutcll requiroil, mid order on If
. , TUB QBOIDE WATCII CO.
oetHil Aw6w Hi "ultcn Ktroet, NvwWk.
iQUIUSTMAS TOYS I
Now Jvlillincry Groods, Etc.
JlltS. ANNA LONG
Him jtlt reeelved a plcndld rarioly tt llnlldar
llro.rJ-EVKHVTI!lNfl TO I'liEAHK TUB 0II1LI;.
BKN.niid vnry chenp.
Aloo, tlm l.nct Chmk, S.iequc, Pre 1 1 nnd ether I'at
term, ror I.adiea ami Children.
Now Millinery Gootln,
Alao on hand.
110NNKT3 and HATS, Bleached, Coloradand made
(loli-tf Betwera Wnalilncton nnd Walnut.
TjlOI. EVEUYTIIING IN
THU BOOS XjI3NT33
all'eitr No. 10 Conaaul ATUCB,
Coiircctloiis, Tojk, Fire-Works.
ample" ritovisiox tor the youngs-
(to to !03Commerelal arenue and bujr joup holiday
rood. 1. fa'atip hu laid In A atock In lliat linn that
ha iieTcr been cnualcd in Cairo.
Confortlons of all Idndi.toyi In namalen rarltt)-
everytlrnc t plee nnd grnlifjr thou who would ob-tt-rviClirlitni
Itcmcmberthe placo, 1W Commercial Airnue.
HB.XDEfHO.T CODXri', IKY.
Antlioriied bj tho Kentucky Lcplslalure.
Capital Prizo Si 50.0 00
IHALLF.sr PltlZK, mo.
Dranlui; to Uko place at MASONIC
TEMPLE, LOUISVILLE, KY.
nccEMnr.it. asm. isao.
Ooii bofidi for tWa rant hate baen takea, and will bo
anlined I IhoM drawing laid ramie, walea will he
l,200laeaili la attk 109 aarn,
RF.5T OF CAPITAL PRIZE, $5,000
far Yiakata let althar or, the rol
lonlna; Aceaila, wtl trill nlaa furulah
I'auipblala. fca.a (Ivlaag Ueriptlii of
llie I'roji.i ly,
L, II, L VE, Farraeri' Baaa, lleudtraon, K
It. II, AI.CZANIIUIt, Conaiartial Bank, l.oulo
JOU. C. I.AT11AN. I'raeliUut Bauk, Hop.
kiMTllla, Uoptlatrllle, Kj.
JaMLM I.. UAI.I.AM, Cii,niioUI lUnk
' raHueah, Kj,
II. U. VIIOIIAV, LaxlDitaa, Sy.
W, II, TY1.ICU. GwoBtberu, t.
Kor HeWflU'niit lnfurliiiHiin onnmliif Hi tutor-
prln', appl lu
y. i. ii v nn,
omco Cilrt City U'liArfliortt.
Oi t. xMldaodxnaw
COUGH. COLD OU
T MHO AT.
Beijulrea linmodlato altcnhsn, as
neglect of tin retulti in aa incursblo
Ilfouii's Bronchial Troches
will most iuTArlablrgi'ainit.mt relief.
For IlraiioliUU, A.lliinn, Cnliirrli, Con
MUuilitlTu nnil Tliront IH.eimin, they n
'fliNUERtt axd I'trnriic KiKAUi:its
bio them to clear and ulrenittheii the roloe.
a Owing to" the pood reputation and popularity ol tho
Troches, maay worthless and cheap imitations are
offered, which aro good for nothing. Be curu to
IHtOWN'S HUONCHIAL TROCHES.
Sold Kvarjrwhore, no'i'JdiwCiu
CORK, HAY, OATS, II UA1, AXD HIUP
Coraer offCouiinerclnl Aventa nnil
OAlVO - - XlllXXOlaSa
. Keeps a Mil supply oi feed, and Is prepared to
fllinrders on short notice, at tkt lonett iuaik.rts.
NorloOm TWR IAE.B. CHKAP-lfw Oatog aaa Mum
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