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Vtll I.HIKt) II V JOIIK II. 01IBRI.V V CO. I
M t !l AI'.U I.t., ,1B0CIATK MJIToa. j
siovo wood for sale at tho Cairo City !
Haw M lis. dec 21 It.
( hoieo candles Ho per lb, (mix it j
your.-elf until January 1st ; common j
euudle cheaper. Canned and- dried i
I'nilti, and all kinds of grooeiles very j
cheap at .1. H. Phillip', opposite new
niove-lVixe-, . Haiidkerchii'Mloxcs,
Ji'Wi 1 Ca'ii.H, Card Cafes and I.nd.r's Com
panion at KnckwoH 'c CoV. t J 1
The hinted annual communication of
Cairo Lodge, No. 231), A. V. A A. M., will
bo held this (Monday) evening, De. 27,
A L 5VW, at 7 o'clock, for the election
anil Installation of officers and payment
of dues A punctual attendance Is earn
By order of the W. M.
Ciiah. Foiuuar, Sce'y.
The ftock of llk ItiiUt nt Miller fi MM-or'-
comprises tin very latest Myles and
the tlnest make of tho teanou. The
variety U very great, the stock large,
and p Ices have been regulated to liar
nirnlzo with tho times. Call in and ex
Tho great Henderson drawing takes
place in IjOuInvIHc, Ky., (o-iriorrow.
There Is yet timo to secure tickets.
Apply to W. I. Jtudd, ami he will ac
commodate you. Flvo dollar-! thus In
vested may make you a rich man.
Tho ono thing needed to make our
ChrlHtmas dinner all "our fancy painted
it" was supplied by Capt. Goo. D. A V III
iamson Just in the niche of time, viz: a
liberal supply of those fat, fresh and lus
cious Baltimore oysters which ho keeps
for sale by tho case or can. They were
in prime order really excellent.
Pt.alon'd Vitalla or Salvation for the
Hidr carries with it Us own liit adver
tisement. As the light shines through
the bottle you kco that tho liquid Is clear
ns tho rutiro of heaven. You smell It
and find the odor agreeable. You ap
ply it and it changes gray hair to any
natural shade without soiling tho scalp or
producing headache. Nothing can be
moro harmless. dec27d&wlw.
Attriilmi, Mir I(tilc;lifa!
The officers elect of Cairo Command
dery, No. 13, will bo Installed at the St.
Charles Hotel, on Tuesday evening, De
cember 2S, nt S o'clock P. M. All Sir
Jvulghts are expected to appear fully
equipped anil in uniform.
Jiy order of the E. C.
Ji. K. Rkakdkn, Heeordcr.
I'lnlnentf'oniinaiider. . Charles II. I'ooto
( ii'iieraUsidmo Jc wett Wilcox
Captain GeueraL Joseph 11. hufklu
I'rclatc ......t; Horace Wardiier
Htnn lard Bonrvr- Win. Lane
lt'Cordor Jamei .S. Ueardun
Treasurer .' C. Wliii-ton
Kword 1'arur 0. O. Davidson
Si nlor Warden- Alex. H. Irvln
Wardoi) ;....C. W. Dunuing
Jlrl, Wltltrnmli' Nrr-up tnr- Saulhllic
Many jleeplefisnlchts of painful watch
lugs to tho anxious mother might bo
avoided, by using till invaluable pre
(iov, nirorI In tlie (.'lly.
Gov. A. T. K. SafTord, of Arizona, ar
rived in tho city Friday ovenlng, and Is
htill here, tho guent of his brother, A B.
Kallbrd. Knq. He entertaliiH exalted no
tions of the futuro uf our territories, and
is certainly accomplishing moro than
any dozen men living for their develop
ment. Tho most serious obstacle in tlo
way of tho progress of Arizona in the
hoMtlHty of the Apache Indians. Tho
Governor says that there are Just enough
of Government troop iu the territory to
provoke these Mivages to deeds of blood
shed and outrage, nnd to Inspire them
with a contempt for the federal power.
In the hope that he will bo ablotosecuro
such additional troops as will not only
ali'ord protection to tho territory but to J
enable him lo wage aggressive warfare,
tho Governor Is now en route for Wash
ington. Having npont twenty years of
his life In our territories ho knows exact
ly what thoy need, and will bo apt to
command all duo recognition at tho
hands of our government.
UhhIiio IlrtSN Hall To.Mglit.
II will not bo forgotten that tho much
talked'of Casino hull comes off In Wash
ington Hall to-night. It has been engi
neered by gentlemen skilled in nuoh
mutter and will bo euro to b'o a grand
micccb. Thero is no reason, in truth,
why it bliould not bo. Tho best music,
tho best1 prompters, tho best of every
thing lias been keeured, and tho price of
admission is only one dollar. Then,
ugalu, it forms part of our holiday
pastimes. Kurely, uftor a year's
mud eilbrt after tho almlchty dollar,
our citizopH can ad'ord to devoto
a few hours lo rational recreation. Let
thorn do so; they will feel hotter fpr it, ,.
q'o tho gentlemuuly managers wo aro
indebted for complimentary tickets,
which wo shall, njost probably, take oc
casion to use.
Wo will give live percent, of our sales,
till the 1st of January, to tho Orphan
Asylum and Ilvo per fleiit. to tho Bisters'
Hospital. Our hooks, ut all times, open
to Inspection of Tronsurora of theso Insti
tutions. TAUBlt llHOXUttUH.
Tho children of tho Presbyterian and
Church of tho Redeemer Sabbath schools
wore called to their respective churches
Christians eve, and tho sights thoy saw,
tho kind words llioy heard, and tho pres
ents they received, will-gladden mem
ory with them for yours. For each
school a Christmas treo had boon
prepared, and tho hundred tapers
that illuminated tho branches, dls
closed n propent for every boy and
girl in attendance. Those woro distribu
ted, Hongn were sung, recitations and dl'
aloguos followed, and when tho benedic
tion wttH pronounced, every heurt beat
high with happiness.
Tho intorlorHof tho churches woro tuste
fully and HklllfulJy decorated, nnd thtf
trees prorided woro among tho finest and'
handsomest wo over saw. Tho labor and
money involved wore certainly wellund
NoII''h Is tho place to buy your Shirts.
Ho has on hand u magnificent Htock
at prices that defy competition. For In
stance all wool Ilaunol shirts, ono dol
lar and u quarter each well made. tf.
Thn I'li-n I.I mil.
Tho liupri sslon prevails, (to some ex
tent at least that the ordlnanco estab
lishing tho 1 re limits has been repealed.
Suchls not I locaae. Theprovislonsofthc
ordinance h .ve been modified, but not
repealed. J ramo building! can now be
erected witl n tho established tiro limits
provided th y will not endanger other
property, an j provided further that the
property holders in tho vicinity consent
to tho erection of such buildings. But
oven then tho person desiring to build,
must first receive permission from tho
Wo call attention to this matter be
cause teveral persons havecrcctad frame
buildings, out-houses, etc, under the be
lief that tho fire limits have been abol
ihhed, and becauso several other persons
have like work in contemplation.
Jlbr to t.'onitiienrc tin fit it Tar.
Go to .Miller & Miller's, and fcupply
yourself with ono of thoso elegant fcults
which they are helling at prices that
astonish competitors. Don't forget the
hat, underwear, nor the hoso nor neck
tie. Thus equipped, you will feel no
comfortable thut you will enter with zeal
upon, tho keeping of your now resolu
tions, and will look so respectable that
you will be gladly welcomed into tho
best circles df society, male or female.
Try It, Thcro in no mistake about, It
Miller 5e Miller's suit have an elovating,
christianizing effect upon the wearers.
dec 27 d 1 w
Death of Mr. John Myers.
After a somewhat protracted Ulnosi
Mrs. John Myors, died on Saturday
bvenlutf JutLftt-0, o'clock. She. and her
husband woro rinmborfid 'among tho
placet rokldcuU of thacJty, having loca
ted here befdro a single house of the two
or three thousand that now form the city
was erected. Who ' was ,nn .exemplary
w ife and mother; ready In the dlschargo
of all her duties as sach ; and a valuable
member of. ,thv . clrclo Ju which slio
moved. Tho funeral i-ervlces were held
ut the residence of the deceased at 0
u'clocfcUiitfiuorning, thojttcv. Mr. I'ooto
olHclittlng. At 10 o'clock tho remains
woro conveyed to tho "depot, and from
thence tfero conveyed, to Villa Ridge Tor
burial. . t v
P. Itlelly having determined to close
out .tlio balanco ,of-is copd-s, nt the
earliest possible moment, wUrifonco
orth noil anything on lian'd, xtco$t,and
l.r-SJTHAtf cobt!' '' It
r v- r 1 '
To thone kind frlfcndH andtyifroUB'who
contrlhpted for .tho purchasu of tho beau
tiful watilr and chain, of which this
morning I was mado thohuppy recjplent,
I ta'ko this method to express myslncero
Never beforo has Santa Claus brought
mo , presont which I shall as highly
cherish. For its lntrluslo valuo I should
prlzo It. ,But, considering it as au e'i
tlenco of fie kind regard and esteem of
the donors and ns a tokon of thoir high
nppreolath lof niyellorts In behalf of tho
llttlo oues nder my charge, I find words
utterly ina equate to give full expression
to my feoli igs.
A toachc 's life, under tho most favored
clrouiiMai a, ouu not bo otherwise than
a life of tr ,J, but thli beautiful tqkon of
regard glv. mo strength for futuro labor.
By a mo:o thorough devotion to tho
work of my choice, I hopo to glvo full
expression to my thunks.
Mns. C. S. Saqi:.
Cairo, 111., Dec. 25, 1809.
'Hip ltlih at JJtnlrr.
Keop your eye on tho corner of Eighth
street and Washington Avonuo, and you
will see moil, women and ch'ildron, sin
gly, by twos and In groups, droppiugm
to tho Jowolry ostublishmont thero, pre
sided over by Messrs, 13. t W. Budor
If, then, you will glanco Inside
you will sco thoso gontlomon
In tlie politest and most courteous man
ner, display tho most magnificent cases
of Jewelry, the finest watches,
locket.-, thft most elegant and
fashionable silver aid plated ware ever
broughVtb tho city. Willi a llttlo longer,
and you will sou tho men, Tvoraon and
children, singly,- by twosiand ln groups,
leave tho establishment with bright
qned countenances, and carrying llttlo
neatly wrapped parnels; for It U .tho fate"
of all who visit Buders'to buy, The bqau
tv and eleganeo of their goods, and their
low prjcesjire Irreslstlblo. , 2t.
Tabor Brothorn havo liaudsomo Holi
ftlfjYEIt I SOIJTJHKKX ILLINOIS.
A Itlcli DepoOlehi Xlnrctln County.
Wo were shown, tills morning, a
Bpecimon of ullvcr oro takcu from tho
itoso Clairo mines, located in Hardin
county, about soventy miles from Cairo.
Uy comparison it is found to bo equally
as rich as tho oro taken from tho famous
Comsiock mines, In Novada, aad is said
to OHWiy tho precious motal at the rato of
f3,C00 por toin Be this as It may, how
ever, thero is no doubt of tho existence of
silver at Roso Claire, In paying abun
dance. Messrs. Colby & Co., of Nlles,
Michk'ntf. cuhtleman df unlimited
moanshave come Into possession of the
mines, nnu conicmpiaio mo lmmeuiaie
outlay of $30,000 or$l0,000 in tllo erection
of such machinery as may bo thought
necessary to insuro successful operations.
Wo shall await developments in this
behalf with considerable Interest.
IlrUlol do Mlllvrcll, family Oroceri,
Haveinadc umplc preparations for tho,
Holfdays in their line, at whoso house
"So. 32 Eighth street, may be found at
prices to moot tho timo, choke green an11
cantud fruits, foreign and doniesiio dried
fruits ', bottled yoods, nuts, sImIcs, confic
tionury toys, and oUicrt qf beauty and
They will mix thoir own candlos. Tho
new and celebrated AIusm Candy can
bo had of them.
"We'll havo to mortgage tho farm.''
Bong and chorus. Words by O. F. 1'ahno
stock. Music by O. T. LockwooiL Prlco,
75 cbi. A song for tho times, designed
moro especially for tho concert room,
but cfln bo used very effectively by a
company of four singers, lu the purlor or
social clrclo. It icbukes the senseless
extravagance of the young people of the
day, who seemingly care llttlo whoro
tho money comes from, or who earns It,
so long as they can spend it. Tho song
may bo nocompauled with tableaux re
presenting the dhTcrcnt verses. It has a
lithograph tltlo page representing vnri
ouu phases of tho way tho monoy goo s,
and also whero and who It comes from,
tbgethcr with a grand tableau picture
representing the sheriff about to attach
the property, when tho young folks do
tprmlne to change their mode of life, and
never to mortgage tho farm.
OfH6usehold and 'Kitchen furniture.
t will svll at public auction on Thursday,,
Dec. 30th, pt ten o'clock a. m., at tho
reildeneo of Fred Theabold corner of
Fifth and 'Walnut 8t, a Urge assortment
of parlor and kltcheu furniture, consist
ing of sofas, chairs mirrors, carpets, bed
steads, center tables, dinning tables,
wardrobes, wash stands, safes, buroaui,
heating stovus, cooking stoves, etc., otc.
fc'oio positive and without reserve.
Or mill Towpr.
John Dtivlno and T. I. Carricoaro In
town to pass Christmas, Both of theso
gentlemen aro following their rcspectlvo
avocations at Grand Towor, where they
say about half of Mound City is at pres
ent: Times aro temporarily dull ut tho
Tower, owing to the suspension of tho
furnaces. Too many mechanics nnd la
borers are flocking there, mauy more
than can obtain employment. Grand
Towor got her uamo up, fco everybody
rushed thero until everything wasovcr
dono. Mound City 'Journal.'
, This is rathor 11 gloomy picture to
come from a locality which wo had been
taught to look upon as ascono of thrift,
bustle, and business prosperlty,and right
sorry aro wo to roproduco Jt,
Tho truth Is, "if 'our citizens will tako a
glanco ut tho country generally, they
will find that, after all, "There Is no
Tho completest stoch of gontlomon's
fumlshlug goods In tho city , Is to ho
found at Miller and Mlllurl. It would
bo a remarkablo want, ludeed, iu tills
lino that they cannot satisfactorily supply
ut the very lowost figures rullug iu tho
A lad. about fourtoen years of age, anx
ious, th display his equestrian skill, yes
terday, bestrodo ono of tho horsos run
hlng at large In the Illinois Central cat
tlo pons. Ho put tho animal at full
ppeed, and for a timo galloped around
tho enclosure at a regular John Gilpin
Npeed. Tho horse finally concluded
that his rider had had fun enough, and
in less time than It takes to tell it, ho
thing tho young man, heels over head,
Into the only mud puddlo thero was In
tho enclosure, and thou, turning upon
tho lad, trlod to kick his head ofl. Tlio
"boy being Iu a rocumbent position, es
caped tho blow intomiou ror nun, inn
ho dldn'teseapo thumud by "a buokot
' A Hcrlotti Fall.
As Mr Jno. O'Dounell and a friend
were slttlngon the railing of tho Loveo
.sldowak,iyesttrday near Mr. ALSusau
ka'a buildluK, the railing, gave wfly.and,
precipitated Mr.iO'Dounoll tho ground
below, a distance of, flftoon or sixteen foot.
IUs really surprising tlmt ho" wou.uot
killed outrlght,and his friend, as he'hast
oiied to his rollef, oxpo'ctei! nothing elso
than that ho had roc.dvcd faUl injuria,
It turned out, however, that no escaped,!
with a dlslQoato4:wrlat a - very painful
and BeVloUi'lJUrt, tut one Irom which ho
will ally recover. Mr. O'Donnellitfei
respectable, industrious sober gentle
man, and is not Indebted for bis 'faWto
Tabor Brothors can't be undersold.
Tho largest Htock, of oyer coats in the
city, at P. FcIPh, No. 70, Ohio Levcc. tf
j 1 i ' i t 1
A well selected stock of Juvenile arid
Toy Books at Rockwell & Co's.
Anfostira Blttor's, W. H. Schutter
8ol agent, Cairo, Illinois. 00 25 2m
Gol.1 is down, and ho aro tlio prlccs of
Tabor Brothers' elegant bljoultrlc.
I'ockot Diaries for 1870 at Rsckwoll &
Co's. ' - tjl
P. Rlelly' has a" largo stock 6t' hats,
which will be sdlU kt Now 'York -wholesale
Hhell oysters, game, etc.," cau always
bo scoured at Walker & Hlsson's restuu
rant. 'ov 2 tf
Go bco Taber Brothers' Bohemian
Alaska Candy and Strawberry Ico a
Bristol & Htllwcll'H.
Thorwaldseu'a Celebrated Bas-Rellcfs
or tlw Four SeasonB, NJght and M,orulug
at Rockwell & Co's. ' tjl
For good fitting clothing ready mado
or mado to order, go to P. Nell', No 79,
Ohio Levco. tf
Notice Tabor Brothers fivo per cent of
sales to Slaters Hospital.
Beautiful Chromos' at W. B. .Rock
well & Co.'s 03 Ohio Loveo. 'tjli
Beedlosa Jtalslns at Bristol ,&8ll weld's.
Go to P. NefPa for tho most fashion
able clothing. tf
Tabor .Brothors, atlll allvo. '
First-clasfiday board at Wulkor fc Sls
on's restaurant, at' $3 per week. ' tf
Poultry for tho Holiday's at Bristol &
Wrltlng-Dpsks, Worlc-Boxcf antJ.Pprt-
follcs at Rockwell & Co'a. " ' tjl.
. ... ,
Taber Brothers can tell you "what?
Knit Jackets, all wool, at tho actual
"cost, atfl'. Nuil', N,o. 79, OhloLovco.
PlfchcrA Honry'j5 largo stock of hir
aro, ctnlory, toolH, tovc, tinware,- eto
will be sold without regard to cost. tf
' Crandall's and Hill's", Alphabet Blocks
at Rockwell & Co'. , , . t tjl.
Tho finest stock of Silver-plated Woro
iu tb& city at Tuhor Brothers'. " - ' 1 '
'Uso Endor's Chill Cure. "It never
Games, Toys, and Homo Amusements
at Rookwoll 4 Co's- tjl
Gent's calf bootsonly S 76,-nt P. -Nell's
No. 79, Ohio Loveo. tf.
Taber Brothers manufacture any urtl-'
eiu ui ueuirj' uu.hil-u.
Fine two story brick residence
TunwR flnw-v .t Ai.len.
03 Ohio Loveo.
Havo you seen thoAIaska boots? They
aro the most comfortable boot In uso. For
bale at P. NefPs no "9", Ohio Loveo. tf.
Ana'lnVaN'iloiiVo for'nrilt. '
That eligibly situated business iiouso
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth street, Is
for rent. Apply ou tho premises.
Taber Brothers will glvo money or goods
for old Gold and Silver,
Checkers, Chdss, Crlbbage Hoards, Dice
and DIco Cups at Rockwell & Co's. tj
Tabor Brothora havo eplcudld Dia
monds. Do you., want tt.tyllsh hat?, NefTfl is
tho place and tho only place to find
them, of all tho latent fashions and In
great abundance. His stock, in thisjjno,
cannoTbo'equaneil'lh Cairo. lit
, . .... i- , , . t1 A,
Klegautly bound Books for the Holi
days' at W. B. Rockwell & Co., 03 Ohio
Loveo . tjl.
Heo what Taber Brothors ofTor to do for'
tho Orphan Asylum.
100 dozen genuine English and Lisle
thread fropks, at a great reduction in
former prlees,at Peter NofPs, No.79, Ohio
Everything In tho Book and Station
ory Lino can always bo found at W. B.
Rockwell & Co.'a.CS Ohio Loveo, . , IJ
Tabor Brothors take pleasuro In showing
goods If you don't buy'. '' t
First class 'day board can bo
secured '''lit Walker and BlssoWfoK
$5 per week. Tho bill of faro eoiisUUef
or tho best in tlio niarKei, sorvcu u
pert caterers In an uncxceptlonabUtylo.
,vrh( Co'ntmohtal Is tho only cook stiWo
with sliding oven doors. Warranted lii
all respects. Pjtcher & Henry, at 192
Commorclal'avcnue, cor. 12th Htrtdt:
hotoL'ranh Albums from 25 con
?20,(KfVao afR6bkwo1KA'068.ttWl Jl
geut'r autierebirts'amli drawers, nd'ln
loamkai. It. ilncui.nat lnok Jlka.bllVllUt
p them at all. It is more, like glvtai'ttom
Mr. C. Zuckricgol, of tho firm of Zuck-
portcrs of Scotch granite, Italian mar
rlcgel, Newberry & Co., of tho town of
Owenoboro, Kentucky, practical marble
workcr3,inonumcntal dcsluncra and Im
bles, etc., Is In tho city on business con
nected with his firm. Wo havo boon
furnished tho highest testimony ns to
Xr. 7npkrIft'f1,H wnrlh nn nn artist and a
gentleman, and feol assured that all or
ders ho may recolvo from our citizens
will bo mostjjaltsfaetorlly executed. Ho
lmi mniln Afr. Cnrl Ti. ThrinmM tho atront
of tho firm In Cairo, nnd will, In duo
season, furnlsli him witn designs mat
will Indicate tho character of tho firm's
achievements in tho line of marble
Louis Herbert's restaurant maintains
Its high reputation, commanding as of .
old ilijst class patrons, and .furnishing us
of old. all that Is luxurious nnu suusiau-
tlnl in the edible lino. Ho Is a very ac
commodating gentleman, allvo to tho
wants of his patrons, and tho genoral re
quirements of tholtlmes. For proof of
this, call on Film.
Mr. John P. Fagin, foreman of tho
Memphis 'Avatancho' nowsroom, and
Mr. A. Craig, formerly of tho Cairo, but
now of tho Memphis telegraph ofilco, aro
in (the-city spending their Christmas.
They, 'wc'rcv warmly received by their old
friends, and" are", manifestly, enjoying
themselves. They leave by tho first boat
Arrivals nnil Departure for the 72 hour
ending nt noon, to-ilny,
nrul.Ablc.'<irn'Vil, Wm. Whlto, '.tuMb.
Uv 0J,i-l. I.UW.
fkia. Orr, KTnfIU.
V. llrnnUl, Konr llc.
A. Itaktr, nmlixitt.
Mrr llonntcn, .N. O.
MiMliup.!. .V. O.
Kto Kearney. N. O.
SiUer Pl'ra, K.O.
MolliQ Khart, IMUlin re.
H irer Moon, Clnclnnutl.
I'JiU'it Ilurnc J!omplit.
f-.ui. J. Hnlo, Mnnplili.
Ilobvrt litirnM, (.'Incinrniti
Wm. Wkite, I'aJufsti.
(llac, ti. o.
lAir (1st, N. O.
Mollic I; tort, N. O.
Orft HvpoMxi, N- O.
Miilt.p), St I.QUI1
HttuKinnty. hi. I.ouii
J'ltln, St. I.oun.
P.im. Orr.' nunxrllln. -
f.lr HMT, uin'iiniiju.
lttry Ho'in.in. Iiilnv.
Hlror Jlion. Mtmphiii.
ft. Jpiicpu. .-noinpnm.
I.umUar, Monn-I City.
The wcathor was clear and bean tlful
overhead' on Chriitrmu'day and Sun
day, but tho thaw covorcd tho streets
wlthimud. ThUJmorulng was again
cloudy, and 'a douse fog prevailed, en
tirely suspending navigation on tho
The river has risen over four feet elnco
last report, but sdems to bo nearly sta
tionary as our report closes.
Business continue good.
Tho Mississippi Is falling rapidly at
St.liouls, and Ij still full of ice, The
present mild weather may causo a rise,
and clear out tho trash.
The Ohio Is falling at Pittsburg, after
a rise which readied a channel depth
offioventcen feet, nnd let out another
fleet of coal boats. Thoro Is still twelve
foot water there. Tho rlvor is stationary
nt Loulsvlllo with ton foot over tho falls
but will be rising rapidly to-day.
Tho Cumberland and Tennessee aro
Hshigaud uro nourly at fiood height.
Tho Great Republic received MOO toiiH
at this port.
Tho Coutlnoutul commenced loading
for N, O. this morning and will roculvo a
Tho Nashvtllo Packots nro bringing
out good trips, and recolvo fair ones
Tho Fayette brought out 000 eksl corn
for reshlpmout to N. O.
Tl'io'St. Joseph nnd Colorado will mazo
floml-weblcly trips between, Cairo and
Memphlslf tjio co. coutlnyes to obntruct
navigation to St. Louis.
.ThuWlitto.ls thu rpgular dolly evening
packet for Fuducuh.
uTho Luminary hiw go10 to Mound
City lo go on tho Ma'rlnb Ways, to repair
damages caused hytriklug some hidden
'obstruction iioar Helena 6n her down
" DltY' GOODHGKOCEltII2S
JJRY GOODS AND GROOEiuks!
I ,iy tiii: roiJitTii waki.
Hut lutro.luru.1 ml" hit Fourth War.l (irooory ritnli
Irthmi ntii Pry Oooili ljart itint , 1 nil.rAc Intx nvrry
jnrticlu u.UHlly foRinl in thu roynlur ilry ijooiU Iiou.iw
jot tho city.
.Staphs uiitl Fancy Iry CooIn,
Of ovory iltscrlption, Ilomcrv, Notlonn. ll'oou unil
,Mwi, nl aoomIHtia''iiirliiiuiilK!ncrallr. .
Tlio i.atronnKu of tho put lie in invited, thoprnirl.
tor unarrimttti'jlJK lo mil anything " !' """ vhoihor
Dry (iooiW rr'tlrucrru'ii, iih chinp iw thov rim li
.tiiiu-iil'r thn plftfo, n t door to tlio cnnicr or
'I'ni.larmi.l NiiifU'i-ntli Klrt'rt.
F.hnr",ryK"lillih','atlho ronmr of alilli
InnJ i:.jinmi . ial, mil mj.iij.ubI.'UiijI fts nmml, ono of
!thi' bi t Mooltod In thtii'ity. Q''"
IjoiXf JCDwmiG, "
, , . ,f..aUoror
WIlTi'Kr'.S ftTlUXU AXU WJAflS BAXll
"hiinj'rwiilt tin'prilill with thakt uiia
fatot'iibl, partifa, rnraHn, o
en rKrt tlce
l.xnnn tWn a vry iiutrniit, . .
R-nlilnicenn T'ahlnttn vrtif , Imtwem rrfti
iuiiI Kiahtrrot, f.'ir, Illmoln. . .
NMV.'Mtule forb-ill,ii., rtirolhiT, from m ?
aleht men. . . , tUtl
OH if G. KAUFFM'ANN, "
ISfmi'EHDER? IRTJIIKG BAKU.
Aia ao4B?BdU4 tftoj Mtlc irth IWuits firWi
KirUea tni a rmndt. (hcrtnoUoe, buU ou xatu
lU umir tiivtu Hiru anvvtry Imtritattiit.
"'"''l-'Mh " . l MU!ATy