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M. II. llAIWiKU., ASP0C1ATK BJHTOIl.
TUt'RSUAY, DUCKMBKIt 1M. 1809.
An Interesting letter from Columbus,
Miss., is crowded out to-day by a press
of othor mattor. It will appear to-morrow.
Jewel Cuiics, Card Cusesand Lady's Com
panion at Rockwoll fc Co's. tjl
. VUn Kxbllillluii to-ulclil.
Tlie public Hcliool exhibition will clone
till evening. 'J'lie programme 1h almost
entirely dlllereiil froin that of lust night,
ami will be round equally interesting.
Another crowded hotiio will be Mire to
gleet the youngster on this, their lust
The htoek of sill; I lata at Miller ii Mill
er's comprises the very latest styles and
tho finest make of thu neuson The
variety U very great, the htoek largo,
and price have been regulated to liar
muiilze with the Utiles Call in and ex
Our river reporter InnlstH that thesnow,
Tuesday morning wan ten incite deep.
Tlio perverencHH or come people (other
wine untirely respectable; h truly as
tonishing. Because the wind had heaped
the snow to tltu depth of ten Inches ou
his porch (beyond which helms not ven
tured, yet) he imagined that tho name
depth had obtained everywhere! Ton
Incites! Get out!
Ilnlllt t'lirlaliim Kf.
At Walker t SUson'a will be rafllud
oil" the Well-known nnd celebrated Hpot-
ted ponies owned by Capt. V. Humble-
ton, of Mound City, hint now open nnd
the pottles to be toon at the stable of Miles
W. Parker. dec 111 dtd.
By much odds the best blacking in tho
market Is the Kgjptlari Oil polish, man
ufactured, and sold wholesale and retail,
by John II. Phillip-. It receives a quick
and beautiful polish, preserves tho leath
er, and is bold as low as any other good
brand. Try it. "Encourage homo man
ufacture." I.lltlf Jranle Co on."
No feature or the exhibition Inst night,
was more captivating than a song by
llttio Molllo Cavender, entitled ' Jessld
Cook." Mollie Is exceedingly lUtlo not
much larger than a nine-pin, and one of
the sweetest, nalvest, dinkiest creatures
wo ever ww. Hor voice wan ho clear,
and her intonation ho good that tho re
motest listener In the house understood
ovory word she sang. We can't nay much
of "Jessie Cook" as a musical composi
tion, but llttio Mollie, us i hinder of It
wan all that was pert, pretty nnd captiva
ting. Thu applause she elicited was ho
tumultuous that It doubtless beared Iter!
Nell"' Is tho place to buy your Shirts.
He has ou hand a magullicetit Htoek
at prices that defy competition. For itt
htunce all wool llaunel shirts, one dol
lar and a quarter each well made. tf
Tho completed t ch of gentlemen's
furnishing goods in the city , i to be
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
be a remarkable want, Indeed, lu this
lino that they cannot batlsfactorlly supply
at the very lowwst figures rullug lu the
l)flli from NliirocMiou,
Wo bare (ho details of a very painful
and shocking death that occurred Tues
day night, ou Ninth street. A child,
two or three year of age, had passed the
most trying period in an attack of meas
les, tin disease having fully developed
itself all over thu face and body. Tho
Heverely cold weather set In, tho family
was lily supplied with bedding nnd fuel,
nnd was unable therefore to preserve
that warmth In tho body of tho child
that was necessary lu the successful
treatment of its dlsouse. Tho result was
tho "measles werodrlven," und when tho
morning dawned the little creature had
pa-sod through all thu horriblo agonies
of denth by sttirocation.
Tito father, being entirely destitute,
was on the streets to-day begging money
wherewith to bury the body.
Photograph Albums from -o cunts to
f 20,00 each at Rockwell & Co'a.
I! I I I
c.titi or thanks.
lUr l.ae Nl. Jt nry'M lloiiiluil 'tlvitl.
The undersigned, In tho name of our
community, thu Slstera of St., Mary's Iu
Hrutary, tender our sincere and hturtfelt
thanks tu our frionds and citizens of
Cairo for their cheerful assistamco and
encouragement ut our Fair last week,
which I am happy to announco was in
every manner a complete success, netting
the handsome sum of $l();tt,-I5.
I express our gratitude in particular
to Mrs. Davis and Mr. llyland for their
paramount zeal and tho orderly manner
in which they conducted tho nilair nnd
to tho Editor of tho Cairo 'Bulletin'
whoso liberality and asslstanco ou the
occasion added so much to its great suc
cess. In return" to nil wlto in any manner as
hinted us, all I can say Is, may their suc
cess through life and their voyage down
Hit stream of time, ho ovet happy arid
smooth i May tho Almighty reward
them a hundred fold.
Cairo, Deo. 3, 1609.
Till: LVMAV Nf IFOOL 13X111
JJfTMLV. A TIIIUJII'H FOR TUB Lin'lilf B0VS
I a :rtovii:t nou,m:.iM a ii:r.imrt'ici
1 Tho first night of the third unnnal ox
ltibitlon of tho Cairo public school has
paBBed,nnd wo nro called upon to compli
ment tho pupils upon another grand sua
cess. In doing this, If wo should'' fall to
mention tho names of nil who partici
pated, it will not be so bucatjtjo any were;
unworiny, uui uecuuso our space loruius.
The greeting song wan.well sung; but we
observed the fault common to children,
and onoof which wo have beforo spoken.
Wo refer to tho xtromo solemnity of
countenanco preserved. Abrlght.Vhecr
ful look was all that was needed to make
this part of the performance as perfect as
it could be mado.
Tho curtain descending upoti this group,
was soon drawn uptorovcalthoprescnco
of Franky Harman, Pnul Crawloy, Phlllj
Green, Johnnie Gash, Willie Wlbans,
Eugene 12111s, WIIIIo Fraser, Eddie
James, Elmer Hunter; WIIIIo Blaok,
Frauklo Carlo and Jlramlo Sandusky
twelve very small Itoy.s who deslrfed to
jtell what they were going to be when
they became men. When it eiitiie to
Franky Harman to tell what he was going
to bo, he declared his purpose to bo Presi
dent; "if I can," says he, "nud I can;
and I will have, all my nunUrand uncle
In my cabinet" u palpable but uniu-
tcuded hit at an administration wo wot,
of, that "brought down thu house."
Master Honry Viuceut, quaintly cos-
turned, sought the position of "teacher,"
and was apallod ut tho Ido that he
should bo required to know something
about his buflness. The colloquy .be
tween him and master Win. McGee was
humorous, nud well received.,. . ,
"Tlie Gifts of tho Fairy Queen," by
twenty puplln, was ono of the prettiest
things ever put upon the Cairo stage. In
this scene was shown -the llberallty'of
our parents lu tho matter of preparing
their children. The costumes -wore
dazzling in their wealth of gold and glit
ter made of tho brightest and most
ethereal, fabrics, nud presenting com
blnations of color tbatiwero very bril
liant nnd beautiful. As a spectacular
the "Gifts rof tho Fairy
never bocu surpassed, in
Miss Joslo PhlllU' piano solo was fine
ly executed. The studied effect of the
more dlillcult measures, showed excel
lent training, nnd a full comprehension
of tho nature of the composition In hand.
ThoJlttlo couiedett entitled What
comes of a loose Uhgue,'' was rendered In
excellent vein by tho following pupils:
SylylatJohnson, Ixulna VIncont, Eadfo
Walker, KobU Duvoro, Wu. Cundiil',
Walter Cuudlir, Wm. Xeir, Itlchard
Knight, et ah. Tlie boys wore well at
home In their parts; but lu this, as lu
many other things, the girls surpassed
them. Mi.i Sylvia Johnson, as the homo
liko mother,had an excellent conception
of iter pan, and Miss Louisa Vincent
ns Miss Loquacity, wns exceedingly hap
py. The acting of this young lndy has
not been surpassed by one out of ten of
thu lady professionals that liavo appear
ed on the same boards. Her Tolce was
natural, her gestures and movements
easy and unstudied her iqut cmenxllc
admitted, In fact, of no Improvement.
Playing School'' was a-vory appropri
ate littlo farco, into which a group of lit
tle glrla aud boys euterod with consider
able spirit. Lit tie May Harmnn, equip
ped in frilled cap, loag 'apron and1 spec
tacles, was Uie"marHi," and Cork Arlck,
Lily Jpups,;Laura.'Chrliiman, itatd liar
rel r( FA d j o If ely George ChHfl m an ,Joh n
Lano anil Carson Sfartin vrpro' pupils
mischievous llttio romps, nil of them,
who took to their respective parts quite
"Santa Ciaus," n recitation by Mlnhlo
Powers, was one of tho bcbt things of tho
evening, nod doserved the applauso that
N'lcholos Hacker's declamation "Tho
lllght ot Ycars"-did hlbo credit; being
quite as good, (but no better) as Reldu
Powers' recitation of tho same uatuo.
Then canto Utllo Molllo Cavender In
her llttlosongof Jessie Cook. Of this wo
'Ueyond tho River" Is a beautiful com
posllloa that was well recltod by Eva
"Tho Maiden's Psalm ofLlfo" was then
recited by Cora Stratton, and like, Eva,
she did very well, and .looked vory pret
ty indeed. ,
Master Churle's -Carpenter pronounced
a philliplc against profanity, in. good
utyle, when tho stage was proparod for
Theees,' exercises were introduced in to
tlie soltool ubout two years, ago, nid have
been steadily Indulged in over since. Thpy
form, wo thluH, tv cotumendablo -feature
of the "school.
Tho stugo being made foa'ijy, about
twouty' little girls drbsied'in wliite with
elaborate, red trimmings ' and, about
twenty little boys trcftsed jp lf)r,t poll
jtants, whltd. shirts audi black "laced
hoots, wore njijrqhod'XoiJa.tajfo.wlth
military precision", una without the least
confusion gaheluuie retipMbtlve posl
tiiiJ.Thee.XurcibeatheucomuionoeU.nndif Ujere was a blujjdr dujlug thviij progress,
w'u failed to observe Al. This, we think,
I wits tho niostontortaiijlpg pirto( tho ex
areetttltled.to nAhchpralso fortbo paias.
taking that brought so many'of ttie pyplhi
! to; such a degree q( perfection iu that par
' tlculnr, , riijtH,!
' After a brief rocesa Misacs Sylvia John
son, . Sarah Saul, KobortDeroro and Wil
liam Cuudifl', appeared on tho stage with
till the appliances necessary to "taken
photograph," or rather, to "take-oiP'
photograph taking. This soeno was pro
ductive of considerable merriment.
Miss Emma ftlloy, a very pretty llttio
girl, (hen gavo tho audience a piano solo
that gavo convincing proof thut Emma
will ono day nutnbora complete mastery
of tho piano among hor many other ac
complishments. Master Eddlo Holy's "High TopUooto"
was first rate, and cnllcd out a perfect
roar of applause. , .
1"Mnrgery. Gray," by Miss Maltlo
Edson, was prettily and handsomely roi
The funuiost feature of tho exhibition,
perhaps, was the invalid German, us
personated by master Vincent, in his ef-
forlw In ''iltiUn ii uliwi.nt II It vnlll it,,.
- " - - w, v wibl.cil Kill
heartiest laughter, nnd wnsenioved iron-
orally. But goodness I gracloui I Whcro
nre wo running to? Moro thnn a
column illled, aud. not yet neat the end.
At tho risk of affronting some of tho
little ones, wo must hurry throi!ghpitfw
ing tho recitations entitled "Seven Times
"Ou e, ".by AI iss Mol 1 le C'a ven d6r"fi'Rh y m o
of a Kali," by Oracle Arter: "Woman's
Rights, 'by Atauitf BImons, attd "Sand
olphoji," b Relda Powers, with the ro
mark'tiiat, they weroall that the largo
audience had reason to expect from
brightj inte'llliicntaiid well drilled little
girls and boys,
The" voeal'iluet "lurmuring Hea"
by Clara Hurrcll und Jennlo Powers was
sungJu spleuded vein, bringing out an
eucoreahat Ahook the building to its very
foundation. Many vory handsonto com
pliments were passed upon the young
MUsci, which, fearing it will' "make
them proud," we will not repeat.
Miss Ada Hnlliday executed "Turn
O'fihanter," on the piano with unques
tionable grace and .kill, soon after which
tW large crowd ,disporsed, well pleased,
oven "gratified at the success of tho
"Third annual exhibition by the pupils
of tho Cairo Public School."
Wo will give Are pcr.cent. of our nales,
till the 1st of January, to the Orphan
Bylum und five per cent, to the Sisters'
Hospital.- Our books, at all times, open
to Inspection of Treasurers of these Insti
tiii: IjAkt call:
X fevr Ioy Uracr null tlitH !
On Monday next all city lotH upon
which th6 city taxes remain., unpaid,
willJbc.Mild. Judgment has been ob
tained, tho day ofjVsalo flxel, and no
further time "can 'be' gtaeu. Conio for
ward, Ihou, while yoa may, and pay
your taxes. If your property Is sold, the
purchaser can exact from' you and' most
probably will, double the amount it will
now costyou to pay your taxes.
No further notice will be given. On
Monday morning next, I will proceed,
as t.ho'lawdlroctK,to sell all tho lots tipon
which the taxes yttt'romalu due and un
paid. Joax HYia.vi),
dec !I2.3t City Collector.
;rn tletiirii'H Winter Clothing-.
Tito magnificent stock of winter cloth
ing at Miller it Miller's challenges very
general, uduilrutlon. Their overcoats
rango from the finest beaver to tho coars
est blanket all very cheap when the
quality and make arpconaldered. Tho
busluess'nnd dress coats, in variety and
stylo, aro adapted to all tastes. Punts,
vesU, underwear, furnishing goods, can
bo found nowhero In thi city in greater
nbundanco, of moro fashionable aud du
rable make, or at moro rouonable prices.
A splendid assortment ileco Roods has
Just been received, which .with the fb
i ' i. ii ' . r ;
mur suppiy mattes mar. iejuirt men t very
complete. If, therefore, ytu would dress
In stylo, got tho most for your mouoy,
go to"Mlller& Miller's. V tf
A Kw Hook by Mm. K. . K. X. Sautli
"Tho.Famlly Doom; or Uto Kin of a
Countess,",! i(tq u am u of a uv itovcl by
Mrj. Sauthworth, published by T. It. Pe
terson itlko'i. Pitiladelphia, nnd placed
on the Western market by the Western,
News Co., Chicago.
The Family Doom is in all respects
oquul, nud iu many particulars, superior
to Mrs. H'u "Changed Rrldes;" "Bride's
Fate," nud "How ho Won her," nud Is
ouo of tho mopt intensely Interesting
novels that hosconie from theAmerlcau
press during tho past year. Mrs. fcs. takes
front rank among our sensational school
of writers, and for originality of concep
tion j purity of thought and ' elcganco Vf
of language who Is not surpassed by any
novelist of tho age. A peculiar charm
about her stories is tho fidelity tonaturo
iti tho delineation of her characters and
tho striking perfection of- her plota. In
noue of her books aro theso characteris
tics tuoreproiuluout than in the "Family
Doom." But buy tho book and read it.
Vjou will hot regret either tho tluio or ex
pense. ItUistued In a large duodecimo,
voluiqa.nod oId at, tho low prlco of 51 75
ln cloth;" or, $160 In paper cover;
cobles will be sent by mall, to any place,
poW'pald, bytho pupllshors, 9n.re9elp.t
of 'tho-' prlce' of tho 'work In nietter'to
thewor you' can'securo i at tlip book
storo of Messrs". W. 'B. itockwell & Co.,
What It is A ml WliiitjIU Not.
Theso truths are A'lf-'ovideut. Phal
on'flTitalla or Salyntlou fpr Ikftilfairji"
is neither stloky like molasses, uor mud-
Uy like gutter-uitkllo? ItisonHhe con
ita,ry a gaBiarfiuttl, cledr, llrap'ld', aro1-
rautic,,lMumlie, Mil will restore to" gry
hair, whiskers, beards 'ad mustaohes,
kholr origloual color as certainly as the
btiBBhino melta t'tofuiow. hv
Tabor Brothers can't bo undersold.
Tho li'irge3t'fltocfr, ofover coats iu tlio
city, at P. Fell's, No. 79, Ohio Jjovce. If
5 Awelf fiolecled slock" of Juvonllo and
Toy Hooks at Rockwoll & Co's. tjl
A full supply at Rlolly's, and going oil
at actual cost. f r tf
. 9 . L ,
AngosUra .Bitter's, W. H.' Soifutter
Bole agent, Cairo, Illinois. ec l Sm
Gold is down, and so aro tho prices of
Tabor Urothera' oleaautitfoultrfc.'
Pocket Dlhrle's fdnfiV'O'at1 Itselcwoll &
P. Itlelly has a largo stock of hats,
which will be sold at Now York whole
sale prices. tf
Shell oysters, game, otc, can always
bo secured at Walker & KIssou'h restau
rant. . . Nov "If.
Go soo Tabor Brothers'
Alaska Candy and Btrawborry
Bristol ABtlUycjll's. , n hnn nX m
Thorwaldsen's Celebrated BasJtellofs
of tho Four Seasons, Night and Morning
at Itockwell & Co's. t1
For good fitting clothing ready made i
or mado to order, go to P. Nell", Nd 7!),'
Ohio Lovoe. tf
, , ' ' .' ' j
Notice Tuber Brothers flvo per, ceut of
sales to Bisters Hospital. ' !
Beautiful Chromos' at W.-B.-RocK-well&CoVs'OhfovocT
Bccdloss IUlslns at Bristol AHtllw'cll'H.
Go to P. NofPs for tho mast 'fasliiqu
Taber Brothors, still allvoi
First-classduy board at Walker & Sls-
on's restaurant, at 5 per.week. tf
Poultry for tho Holiday's" af BlflstoT'tSJ
folios at Rockwcll'&' Cb'fl!,." ' r. "
Tabor Brothors-'can' tell 'you"'whaLs;
tW. ?? r.-
Knit JackoU; air wool, at, the" Actual
cost. nt.P.JJTefl.'i), 2o.,70rOhloLovee.- - -
Pitcher & Henrys 'hi'rgo'stoclc of hard
ware, cut! err.' tools, atuvoft ' tihwarfl; etc
will bo sold without regard to cost. it
, . T t, f I'll v
Crandall's aud Hill's, Alphabet Blocks
aRockwoll &Coi?.Ji v " ,ctjl.
Tho ilnost Htock-of'ttilver-plated Waro
In tho city at Taber Brothers'.
. u.,-...,.. i.-...lzi '
Cure. "It never
at Rockwell -k Go's. til
Gent's calf boott only n'7,1! rit P. NefPfl
No. 70, Ohio Levee. tf.
j Taber Brothers manufacture any nrtl
iclo of Jowolry desired.
; t. - am til UL 1 jr -t
w " m rur m'Ult
Flue two story brick rcsldpnco.
ply to TnorAR Grkk.v it Ai.i.n.v.
Havo you seeu thoAlaska boots? Thoy
aro tho nioHt ch'rnrtirtabVo Hnbt'lnfuscj For
alo at P. NefPs uo 70, Ohio Loveo.
i i i i - -
JlnnlneM Ilouae farKrnt.
: That eligibly situated -butincss houso
To. 8Thoruton's block, Tenth street, Is
for rent. Apply ou tho' premises.
TaberBrotherswllI givomouoy orgbdds
for old Cold aud S1I ver.
Checker, Chess,. Crl))bage Hoards, Diua
and Dice Cups at Rockwoll & Co'h. tj
ConvuliloMs, wlini'eoMc'aWgrhilrig iu
the bowels of Infants, cause death. Mrs.
Whitcomb's Syrup Is u'friod romody. It
C03ta,RUy o.ets.,v ,i jdao30ditwlw.'
Brothers have splendid
I)o you want a stylish hat ?i iNefPfl ls
tho place anil tlie only , place to nun
them, of all the latoit fashions and in
great abundance. ntn'fltocV.-'in'ttfisUnG?'
cauuet be equalled lu Cairo. tf.
Klogantly bo,umJ Jppks,4,for,lUe;,lIoIl
duys' at W. B. Rockwell fc Co.-, CS Oh,
Boo what Taber Brother ofl'or to do for
the Orphan Asylum. "
100 dozon genulie Jingllsh and Llslo
thread socks, at n(greu,t ,rducUou7 Ju(
former prlces,at Peter NelPs', N o.f 0, Onto
Lovoo. . . tf
Everything the Book arid 'Station1
ory Lluo ?an always be fouud. atW.
DnnkwAll fin la AA Ohio TaHVoA. . it
'Taber Brothers take pjbasuro In'douinq
gooda If you don't buy. '
class day board"
J&por.weok. Tho bllh
of IhUmt in tho uwrkt;4trvcd
pert caterers, u au U ejuic mfjjmx,
Vi'J . . i .
ber, Icm'ommUiee- of ..Arra.mto.1.
Dt faro consist of kin la'ciaUii of Qrico or htvh
J 27, '18C9. commUiee of Arwlusiuesa ofUho cltv"i'crfeato' a dehiand
ats. ''3f.,rci6'L,E,rif, ' ' ldtul bfVVotkmanihip wo Bhall ataiid
titu. nvj) hi
Bervlses will bo held Jn tho Church of
tho Redeemer, Christmas day at half
past 10a. m., tho Rov. Mr. CowgiH, of
Everything that can bo in anyfound
dry goods houso in tho city, oau bo se.
cured at P. Rlolly's at cost prleo or less,
i 9 he is determined to closo out. tf.
I'.XHIIJITIO.V TO NKJIIT AT AT TJIK
coMMnxci!"! At Vt o'clock r. m.
,..... .4i.......0tnfn Soi'
rlvtitlo Snvilf. Ktirltn Wl.'lcf.f.
Tie Ai'irion vf ttnnti i l.uellii f'rniicr. Eta Close.
(. j-'mtiu Jiinio.
Unit TrtrtUr Frank C.-ulo.
lit OU Oaln BueUt .NIchn!a Hacker
Tie Kiilm't ConjMrl Mollie Cnvendsr
WIIIIo Hmltli, (ictrttt
ItinUrM Dku and Kit' Jiimtl,
illcr, with nppr;t
Ui GnorRe Clay ami, Wit 1 Chrldman.
The Fetes Krihlc Kloi,
&iBj-"w(f CV" - Clara JIarrcll.
Misic. .Ads ridltJay.
'Sophlo Iyon. Nannlo JtnKcp,
r.Uilo rltoclc, Knnnla I.yoti,
Jfjie t Keep a Stertt... Mattlo lM.ion, Mattlo llor
Inn, Annie Blmoti, nnJ
, Honry Vincent.
lldi't ytoelinf... I.ticlo WiltUin 1
Tkt Mnnlaln of .ft t.aura Itcuilo.
ZLlenit Ci"-...-.........-.Mttio C'avenilrr.
AA i . 1 f 1
I.ucio Vooutn, Aila Halliilny, ItMiUI'on
ith, Mnttio (innton, itollir Hiliy. I'm
ma Hitty, Jo. io rmiin, Jv.xo l'ti.i-
Jttmlo MiKcntie, jjophm I.) out,
nnd .Nlcliohn Hnckcr.
Hy rMjucst, " Maying School," "Margery Oray,"
" Piking a fchwoat," " SauU Clntii," ami " Taking n
l'liotorapli." will bo rf prodiicl.
I'tipiU of public Huhool mil 1h rulmittctl for ten
Ji. lit !
Xuw Year'. Kc Ilull.
r'fho Rough and Ready Flro company
have.dotermlned'to give a ball Iu Wash
ington Hull, ou New Year's ove, and in
persuanco of that determination are now
perfecting nllthQ, need ful arrangements.
Tho"a.ssu'ranco is given to tho public that
ItHobftlltiuall bo ono thatwlllrellcctcrcdlt
upon tho company, surpassing iu tho
completeness of its dotalls all former re
unions of a liko character.
RoriKiiT BuinAOir, Cuius., OrtTir,
" IlBNItY Maiitin.
Committeo of Arrnngomenti.
,..i ii s 'Dec 7 eod 2w & wd
TabeVBrothers hnvo handsomo Holi
Ilrlilol Ai NllUwcIl, I'ntiiily (.'roccru,
Havo mado ampleroparatlons for tho
Holidays in their line, at whoso house
No. 32 Kightii street. May bo found ut
prices to meet tho time, choice grew nnd
cannot fruitt, foreign and ilomcstlo dried
j'ruilsibrtUcd (fowls, miff, ka(cs ccnfcC'
tionary toys, and other t of beauty awl
They will mix f holr own candies. Tito
new and celebrated Alaska Candy can
be had of them.
I'lirnt rur: I'ur!
If you waut to buy furs cheaper than
they were everoll'ercd.in Cairo) will call
at P. Rlelly's. Ho iuis a good assort
ment, whioh ho will sell vory low. tf
Iu this city, at 1 o'clock this p. in., Mr.
Jnmes Vnu Voorhlcs.
Tho furncral services will take plnco
nt half post 1 o'clock p. in., to-morrow
fFrliln.vVnt.thn rcnlilonnn nt Trn. Ttnrl.
pinn, cprner 7th and Washington, from-
Srncnco tno remains win do romovcil to
i'llla Rldgo for, burial. Friends and ac
luaintances of decased are invited to
uenu uto luuerai.
Tho Coirffntjntal Is Ihe only cook atovo,
rttii sldji?g oyeu'dobra. Wurrauted in
11 respects. PItclier1 & 'Henry, at 192
out merclul, it, venue, cor. 12th street.
low tu IMntici Vonr Wir ntitl C'lillilrr n.
'VlQ holidays being at hand, our heads
?irramnies our married men arc casi
ng ubout for, appropriate presents for
tiolr wives' and children. If hitch
bi tlWItluulH, wiU (Icop, into; 13. & W.
ISuuerls'n new. Jewolry ustabllshmont,
tjtey wlll-ithank us' 'fdr directing their
attention lu that; direction. Front
tjto afHltidanco of chaste, beautiful
olid strictly fashionable rinus, breast-
.jAnH.brafyieLswutoli chains, cult' nud
chemlsetto buttons, lino watches, lockets;
;froin tho elegant assortment of sllveratpl
pjated ware, thoy can sclcut the most
beautiful und appropriate holiday pres
ents, nnd buy them so say' jlWsrs".
Butlers fifteen per cent, cheapor than
tlioy can procure them In nny othor houso
hi the city. Doti't, take our word for all
tills ;.buulq, and sqo, inquire prices, and
you will then bo satisfied beyond room
'for doubt. i22-Ut
, 'Almost glviugaway. Ne.tr is soiling
gout's undershirts and drawers, and iu
ojv that' It (toos not look liko buying
tiitnvat ii , . it Is mqro like giving them
The 'BulleUu' oAlpo having been Bup-
.-plfiel with luoroased facllitios, Is now
prepared' tbt do' Job work choapor thnn
jJaJworlaliroAdi OurolHbols tho" com-
piejCBun ino siaie, puwiye or unicago
nut BprnlgrteWj nud caipj;jQrB,ttU
4rttidtWrfc"Y6Avlil1cirtho. rlvor. rail-
nSap tinercjiUllciogal and gotteral
ib uuwriHuiseu. ouuu iii your oruers.
ProofdQUhmltted whou rcauoatod,
oiaauit a ,ui thill nn i tfnn stmll liavo