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t LI. ADVKKTlSKMENTS In thin column, of
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U flvr nni-aeaeii or n- iii i"i"'"L' ,.,
cut wry Insertion; 1 monih. J.amS month wllb;
ii.i rHnw. tl tt. mr moiith. Each aildlllouiil
Hup, fi c til. blliittUuu w anted flee.
Two store room on Hlxth tn-'t near Levee. For
Information, apply to t turns ii inn.
sixth ntnct and I.cvcc.
A law Inml room, mitable lor n oftlce. above
'. Komsnevcr'. tiBM store, cor. Sirlh end Levee.
nnWl.. K. Kosmkt Kit.
We have (it the lliiltetln ofdee. new from the fnc
tory. a No t. Mocler. HahnotnniS. Co. sale, that we
will cell at a Vwrsfiin.
loonier, nhelvlnir ami other caloon A "t nr for
tale, at a l.ar.-aiw. V1 ..,',.
I'm al eiente Btfeut
, Tin- Anbcrv ioi:rtv on llolbrook "' I "';P
to a cood tenant. M.J.H.m-brv.H- ! Ai'Ut.
owsrn, noil iurcJiai-cr or n-nl tat in Cairo
hould hi- m re tbev love a uood title. I am now
prepared to I nriil-U al"-t met at reacoiialt e r ate.
M EAST EltllAi .
(itllee in Court House.
" h. makean, m. i).,
Hots.eopAthic Physician and Surgeon.
Office C: Jim-rclnl avenue. Recldencc corner
"" ir.rt- ' Eih St. and Washington avenue. Cairo.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orre.r-No. Hi Commercial Avenue, between
Kishtn una Niuib Mreti
,R. W. 0. JOCELYN,
oyH'.'E-Eitfhtk Street, near Cointnereial Avenue.
NOTARY ri BI.IC.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: -Wi-h the Widow' and Oorpnaua' Mu
tual AM Society
76 Ohio Levee,
Boat Stores and (iroceries,
of all kind.
Ol'KN NIGHT AND UAV.
VrcsL )nirv and dilt Kdc Butter. Oyster and all
kind of Irait wheu In cesson, on hand ami deliv
ered prwiptlv at resideucec free. Ovattr delivered
Winter's Wncli. Corner Seventh Htrfet inn! Coin
Desire to Inform the citizen!" of Cairo mid vicinity,
that chc ha a
New ami Large Stock of Woods
Which -he will fell at atTi!n:oT,coniltin of
and lint rimmed
Hats and Bonnets,
Aud Fine, Imported lloe for Ladiin and ChiiUrcu.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods!
All lh very lal'vt dealgn. Price a low a pon
aigle aud Kood tiarUed in plain tliinrep. Will not
he nnderimid. Call and examine. No troahle to
thow g iddx Lailie who do not eo what they
want v. ill pli ftn.i H k for i'.
70 OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or dut by meaanre beltw exiioed to air.
Milk dcliveriKl twice a day,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try it ami nee tor yourwflve.
JO PINT TICKETS ONE POU.AK!
Cali on delivery of t!cket.
ALL SORTS, SIZKS AND STYLES,
Alo Mauulactnrer of and Di-u'er lu
TIN, COPPEK & SHKET-IROS W.VItE
P"AU. KINlia Of J WOltK boN K To (inur.r.H
NO. 27, EKiHTH STREET,
CAIRO, : : : ll.l.INDl
JT. LOUIS, CAIIU) AND TApLXAlI.
Tho KleiiantSldewhcel l'a8cuaer Steamer
SOU CHAMPION Asm
A.J. BIRO... . Clork.
I r,i aviipv Mumliv antl Tl.urad.tr fjr
fan (ilrardean. Ht. Loui. and v ItudlnK. for
fraUht or naime apply lu A. HILNSK,
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
F.NTKHKD AT TltH POST OI'PICK IN CAIHO, II.
LINOI. AS SKCOND-CLASS MATTE 11.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALBXANDBIt COUNTY.
Only Morninj Daily Iu Southern IUiuoiH.
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
The Jbo. N. V.cComb, the notorious
snag boat, was yestunlay visilile.
Mr. D. B.Pheli)!), an inurauce n'nt
of Peoria, h at the TlaDtor's.
Capt. Purly, oueof Ceutralia's promin
ent citizens, is stopping at Herberts.
Mr. Oscar Harrell, of Chicago, arrived
in the city yesterday afternoon.
Jailer Came uow has seven criminals in
the chanty commonly called the city jail.
Read the communication of Beatrice
in another column. It will be found of in
The correct Kid of the Cairo City Gas
Co., fur lighting one hundred street lamps,
will be foual on thu page.
Mr. Joseph Kafuer, wholesale manu
facturer of doors, sasli, etc., South Seventh
street. St. Lou:.?, was iu the city yesterday.
Mr. Harrell is convalescing rapidly
and expects Xi resame editorial manage
racut of Tun Bulleti.v on or about the
Rib't Stewart, who for some time has
been-away from the city, has returned
a-iain au'l has resumed his old place in t'e
Another case of the "Faultless'' live
cent cigar, good as a ten cent one, ready
fir distribution, at ?. Kormeyer'.s. whole
sale toWc-oai.it. Ohio Levee, corner Sistk
The Rock Islaud Argus defends Hon.
John It. Oberly from the attacks of the
Democratic press, on account of his resolu
tion introduced at the meeting of the Demo
cratic state central committee.
Mr. Doering, the barber who inhabit'!
one ot the levee buildings which took a
tumble, was yesterday engaged in moving
his shop into tiie back porliou of the Reiser
building, on the corner of Eighth street and
Some of our young men gave a select
social dance at the Hibernian's hall last
night, which was well attended. The music
was good ; the crowd was good aud good
was the cheer iu which every one went
home after midnight.
We call tho ntteution of our readers to
the sale of the E. F. Davis property, Tues
day next, as profitable investment. At its
nominal villi this property is bringing
about 2i per cent, per annum, out side of
taxes and insurance.
Twelve hundred, dollars have so far
been subscribed lor the rebuilding of the
A. M. E. church and Elder Perkins informs
us that he intea ii collecting the amounts
subscribed by the first ot February. If he
is successful in this, it will be surprising.
We are informed by Dr. Parker that
young Lally is gctritig along exceedingly
well. The other day wheu the Doctor vis
ited him, he found him lying on his back
and whistling. The buliei is that, iu the
course; ot tour ween, lie wu: again oe seen
on our streets.
Eh'wr Perkins ititorms us that he? h is
fixed upon the I'th inst., as the day on
which he will rcpe&t his Plantation Concert
in the Athenetim The Eldr does tl is
upon the advice of many of our citizens
who saw his la -t concert and are anxious
f.-r 'Soine mre" of the same kind.
A few ot t'ii- members oft!-! lire di
partim-nt met in the council chamber night
before lat, but ue quorum being present
tin business was transacted. The members
should remember tint to-night has been
lived upon for the ue:;t meeting. :u tue
council rhaiubev. at 7 :') o'clock siiat ;.
Intelligence' from Sr. Lr.u's'is to the ef
fect that a general i'.trik;" is impending
among the miner in the Illinois coal re
gem near that city. They d"iuaud au iu
creae from th:-e to four cents per bi' ie!
for hiding. The o enters regard he pt"-
Ponm! 'strik' as i.-'i'.rii.'etuis, iu view of t: e
recent itK ica-.! o; tin- pi-ice paid iht bui;e!.
This oftiee was jiMtenhiy evening visp-
ed by a la.lv i U in search fcr the rot ortoi
who had truthfully repi.r'ed a difficulty iu
which she figure 1 cousp'tcuo-is'y some time
ago. She threatened to knock the repoiter
off his pins at llr-t sight, hi", it is unneces
sary t say that he ha;peed t0 Ki out
tit the time she was iu,
yesterday morning mucliexcitemout was
created by the rumor that uu earthquake
had occurred last night and that several
house on the Ohio levee had fallen down.
We dou't know anything about the catch.
quake but there was some ground for the
rumor concerning the houses. Two fninc
houses near the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee settled down about four feet at
front oud acd. seven at t'v.' rear.
CAIRO HULLKTIN: FRIDAY MOKNINU, JANUARY
Tho deuHi; fog on our rivers still inter
feres materially with' steamers, ftiui their
arrival can not be counted upon to a cer
tainty while this state of affairs lasts. S..-v-eral
boats were yesterday ever due, both
from up and down the river. The Oraud
Tower was due from St. Louis, bcuud for
Yicksburg; and the Colorado from below
for St. Louis. '
Several of our young m?u a fc v day
ago took it info their heads to piny "stu
deuta" on some of the down town darkies,
"just for the fun of the thing." But the
students having beeu several times shot at
by the darkies, onu of them ccnfldcutially
informed us yesterday that it was "hardly
worth while to bother with the d - d nig
gers any more." A scuiik'.o concluj-.ic
The announcement i. mad;, by the
Peoria Democrat that the old McKeti l-.ee
Collee at Lebanon, in this uUte, one of the
oldest institutions of learning in Illinois,
"is uow entirely free of debt oi incum
brances of any kind, aud begins the year
1880 under most flattering financial pros
pects. Many of the graduates of old Mo
Kendree have made their mark in I'iliaoi.4
and other western states."
On our streets could yesterday be seen
a bloated, half drunken stranger, who. iar a
driuk,amused "the boys" with many a trick
in the slight of hand performer's line. The
fellow lind around his neck -not & npe as
he perhaps deserved to have but a lot of
wire, twisted in such a stupe aud arranged
in such a manner as trlse b-.:')re Ids face
by the movement'? of his shoulders and
thus protect it from the uv.:al c.i" ies to
which men of his chss v:i subject.
At the annual election of office! - of the
Delta City F'ae Company, held. Wei.:v..lay
evening, the fe'lowhg ciiuc t .::tlc:ae:i
were elected :
John V. Tdrue: -Pt.ii
George Koehier Vice-Prc-si i .t.
Will. L. Perce-Chapl iia.
Ci.as. K. Osteri-.h S.'cret try.
A. Swohoda Treasurer.
The hoard-of directr.rs elected were:
Geo. E. O'll-ira, J. S. M,Oi;...-y. K. M.
V.'ard, Frank Spencer and S. .J. Iluuim.
A neatly printed ir.vititios. received
yest'-r day, iafi rms us Mr. Frmk L.
Galigher. f tiiis city, an i Ml-s Fannie B.
Rabh, of'P.id-n ah. Ky.. f.r?tbe married iu
Grace church of that citv, r-.t 10 o'c
the 1 4th inst. It gives us pkti.-;.re to make
the amoiiin cun'ct and we Cvag-.itulite the
lart-esto t!;i happy ifiir and :'; e tiut
the fi.tjrc may have m-ugi.t bv b'.i v3g in
store tor them.
mem her' of society iu theirte'-.'i.t've toan
aud their n'jmerr-.ts frieu is will join Tas
Bulletin in its well-wi.i-es.
Quite a crowd of ngroo ciiac up ci
the steaujer Anderson y.jter.ij.y. 'nouud for
Kansas. The crowd was ccmpose d of about
ten women, not less titan rit'teen chihiren
and two men aud each of the::;, iuc'.uling
the children, earned a h'jn lie of smiethiug
(eatables would be the. unwt a; propri ttei
uiaKfng quite a comical sight. They go
from hero to St. Louis and from thereto
Kanim. Then.' is som?'hl:ig remarkable
about the fact that we tin '.mire women
leaving t:ie South than mea. Even among
those who have settled, in Cairo u.id Alex
ander county we find mote wotneti titan men.
and but for the sfupidltv ot'our I! 'publican
organ the Huu we sh.ou'. I exp's-t it to ad
vocate the ent'rauc'ii-etu.v.t of v.omcn at
lea-it ijegu) v.-i.men.
i"4ome of cur I-' vi citlz-;.: a:? talking
about holding a m-.-etiug in ti:- Athencum,
to talk ovei the oppression of Irel-tn i
poor. There is si n:- tVe-in- i .hil.'ited in
ti'ia regard by o r Iri;-. citieii-. and prop
erly, too, am! i; i- t.io-jg'it tli i' quite a re-spectal-.il'
sum ot uv-cey CjUi he:e !e ciiet
t'id for t-.eir relief, fan cff. :: is to be
made in the matter, t.il i d ubtles the
proper tuee to ui-ue i ;i:;d the proper way
to succeed v. .v.ld he t..e W;.y sUggt-sted.
Let auieetiig. or two. if t. 'C".-i:y, be iieM.
and after t'.oto ig'iiy dt:!'sift4 tin. sub
ject, let cuiiuuttees coat pi ""-i of re.p.nsi
hie men. he npiioiute l t- i lavas tiie city.
'I'liis is being done u ii-jie.' evvy city all
over t; '. ! i:i 1 ta I ii c ?:tim-.':i hiblc.
-I..l-t Uili-lt :Vt'i- t t-.-l ftc.oi : IJi-i.N'ott .
ram-he va. a t,ua!. tilled with a motly
crowo nt ii iro cases ot i .! sex; who were
repeatitii tle iel fvlics aud general de
hm,i'.l:i iee indulg ! I in bv tlim ni-irlv t-verv
night for tin; la: y -iror lou-ger. Tli-v li-ul
peil-eips iu,t beg-ia t warm up to t .e fun
when they were suddenly faced hytlie
police orticers, C!;ii?r La I Int.-. lJat. f.al-
ly, ,fuo. H.ig ui. 1C. D -ul.ei, Wanvn Wiins
ui'iil J no. Ty 1-r all cont'ruted them a;i( put
a stop t tle-i- iii'.-mty. About tii'teeti
f the f-m i were arreted and
igg-'d. wh" w;;. b4 brought up for trial
to-d:' . We appla't-l tie' oiflcet in thl
actiou aud wo know tint the peo;.(. n(
Cairo will ilo likewie. We are not in fa
vc r of g-iiog into extreme iu anything, but
the repi'Mtionof tliecityatnl the uood of so
ciety dcimu'.d that sop.ie of the ileus should
have just s-teh attention a lias been ivon
iu this case, aed we hope that the good
woik will he persitod iu. uutil these -hiring
outrages i.j-ou deceii'.-y are bro-;glit
within roper houuds pnd under co"'-(1.
And now we will add: "Lot no guilty wo
m.m eecu: e."
Winn;-; is I'poN t-s and every person
mi-it be svpplied with good boots or shoes,
The place to buy them is lit C. Koch's diyo
store, No, 00, Cotiuuerciul avenue, leUccn
Ftflh and Sixth streets, whore you will til
viys find the best ot St. Loult and Circin-
nati hand-made boots and shoes on hand
im 1 sold very low, The public will find it
to their interest to call aud examine prices
and good before purchasing elsewhere.
Also, always ou hand n complete slock of
leather and findings.
TIIE GAS COMPANY'S BID.
. Caiuo. Ills., Jan. 8, 1880.
Editor Cairo Bulletin;
Dk.ui Sin: I notice that: the offer of
Cairo City Gas Co., to light street lamps as
utatcd in the Cairo Daily Argus is not cor
rect. It should read as follows:
Cairo City Gas Co., otters to light 100
lamp po: (according to public lighting
calculator! with gas, keeping same in re
pairs as follows :
'J1 i feet burner C'.-' 1 1 .7 .3 per pot per mouth.
" Qi 2.2") " "
r, " ' c "
o' ' uu ;'..oo "
II. T. Glualij,
SUICIDE AT MAYFIELD.
Wc find in the Paducah News the follow
ing concerning the death of Phillip llaiigh,
who will la- remembered by our citizens as
one of Cairo's former roidents:
"Yeiterday evening about 2 o'clock a
shoemaker named Phillip Ilaugh. who resi
ded at M t aehl. committed suicide. He
had been ou a big drunk ami jut before
taking his life said 'He hud livid long
enough.' Suiting hi action to his word he
took a dose of sume sort of poison and
died a!iuot iu-tantly. Ilaugh leaves a
wife? and three children, two girls ami a
boy. The oldest child is about fifteen
ve in old.
An account by mail says: "To-day
(Monday) a German shoemaker named
Phillip Baugh. who h;td been on a drunken
?pree lor the pat week, went to the drug
store of M ithis & Taylor and calleit for
dtfht grain of morphine, saying be wanted
to riber up and the medicine was to settle
his nerves. The drug being tunii.ihcd him
he ' ti-ok a small portion and left for his
home. Arriving there he sat before the
tire tor a short time, when drowsiness soon
fvercame him. His wife became alarmed
a::-l called fur aid. and a pa.-cr-by entered
m i helped the man to bed, when be dieii
a a tew minute-. He leaves a wite ami.
l:ree children. Whiskey was the cau-e."
igWe publish the above in order that wc
;ay be ajrded a chance to deny it truth-
lil:ic-t. We haw it verv ilin-ctlv. trom
p.trties who ought to knov,-, that there is
''o 1 reason for the belief that the facts are
ft as above stated, but that Mr. Ilaugh
bed a natural de-itli.
SHALL WAK BE WAGED '
!) you suppose that there would be the
'lightest use fir you to try through the
columtis of Thk Bi'i.i.ktin to induce our
citv oitici.tl and goo I citi.t n to commence
a riyil warfare against the l"W dens of
vice an I ill-fame, which now exist to such
an alarming extent iu our city '. Why can
n-'t our temperance friend who have- shown
themselves to be? so courageous in battliug
the demon, intemperance, turn their atten-
J also t'l til! Illont llideo!lsUHl!t.-rl'vicC
wl-.'.ch. he it said with olu;ies and to the
everlasting shame of all decent citizen.
now thrives unmolested in our very midc-st.'
Indeed .n bold and outrageous have the
inmate of tho-e vile dens becjiue that it
a:iuo-t impossible for a lady to go ou the
trect without having her sense of modesty
n.i d-.-eciicy shocked by the sight of some
terrible conduct from those wretched fallen
ere ituie-. Muiil we mothers mt tor the
want of a little eui-.-etic action on out part
lit ctn not b, iudhteivnce) consent to bring
up our sweet, innocent hoys and girls iu a
place where such a wretched crime, stalk
si l.Id-tVed bv our very side, without
making s :ne frantic efforts to suppress it.'
i ih no. no! eveiy throb of our mother
li-iiis protests against it. The fallen class
of friuah- which invest our citv are of the
very lowi t grade and deepest dye, and us
stich h-iie beea driven from every other
place a creature t.m low, vile and danger-
oils to 1' tolerated. Must we then quietly
submit to their prov-uee in our town and
o;Vt up our son and brother a a sacrilice
to mir weakness and timidity.' It is
a:i i.g'.v subject t" handle and
fir this rci'ou no doubt is let
a'.oti" by our churches and professed Chris
tian.. It is a frightful evil, but there is
a remedy for it, and we think that it is high
time that we make an effort in the right
dir i tion to throttle this demon, and if not
successful in driving it from our town we
may ut hast be able to keep it within
bounds. Why are houses renled to such
creature; and why are they permitted lo
parade our streets unmolested t Every
house owner of agent should consider him
self di'grjccd by renting a house to them,
and every city oillcer should consider it his
duty to arrest every such character they see
on tho street; and jiistice.qbefore whom they
ate tried, should not let tlieinoff with only
a slight tine, but should give them it few
hour to leave the city, and if found here at
the expiration of that time send them to
jail. Mothr-rs. wives, sisters and daughters,
it may never be our good fortune to reform
thoe poor f dlt-n creatures with which our
town cursed, but it is not impossible for
im to usj our influence with those having
the power lo (hat extent that they will bu
compelled to either leave the city or reform
their evil ways. Think of what women
have done iu the great cause of temperance
nnd be encouraged to make the effort to
free our town of this frightful blot. For the
sake of our children, our town aud our wo
manhood let us remain quiet over this great
wrong n) lutiir,er.
A SAD ACCIDENT.
Another distressing accident occurred
night before last, at eleven o'clock, iu the
yards of the Illinois Central railroad. A
Mr. Joseph Norvell, who is a switchman of
the yards, was engaged in switching cars
onto various tricks mid while n train of
freight f-Mi-s were iu motion, he stepped be
tween them to draw n coupling pin and while
running along between the curs, Ids foot
caught between the double rails, and held
it fust. He tit once threw himself on the
outside of the track, with bis knee on the
inside, and the loaded cars pu.-sed over the
ankle and knee, crushing and tearing the
limb into a shapeless mass of flesh and
bone, lie was nt once removed to the
stone depot and Dr. Parker, the' railroad's
physician, was soon after on hand and found
amputation of the limb, close to the body,
necessary. This was performed in the depot
since it was feared that amputation at his
residence would prove too great u shock to
his young wife. He is a young man, twenty-nine
years of age, and came to this city
about three months ago. His residence is
on Fourteenth street, between Washington
and Walnut. We learn from Dr. Parker
that Ins chances for recovery are very slight.
The accident occurred at the head of the
M US. h.SOKs.
Kev. A. Hitter's littlechild has been quite
sick with typhoid pneumonia. Mr. A.
Hobbs is now seriously ill with the same
disease. )u Saturday his lj)'e was despair
ed of, but he is improving to-day.
Mr. Will Nor luieyer, from near Dongola,
has been visiting his relatives. Dr's Bark
haiisen and Gibbs' families.
A merrier crowd never met in Thebes,
than those who met at tin- Baptist church
on New Year's eve. There wu- "fun" from
the opening to tin- closing of the festival.
No end to the voting, etc. A cake wu
voted to Mr. Harry Weiman. as the most
'energetic young man;" an air castle to
Miss Nannie Zeigler as the most "energetic
young lady:" a eiyar holder to Mr. C. A.
Marchildon as the most '-popular gentle
man." a cake to Mis Nannie Zeigler as the
"handsomest young lady;" a basket of
fruit to Mr. I. Christian, as the most "prac
tical farmer:" a cuke to Muster Frank
I'hmeit as tiie 'most studious boy :" a box
of candy to Mis Ilmeline Christian as the
"sweetest girl;" a card receiver to Emma,
daughtei of Judge Summons n the "pret
tiest little girl:" there was some other vot
ing, but we do not remember what for.
There was u B.ipti-t Sunday school or
ganized in Thebe-j last Sabbath. Dr. Gibbs
was elected Superintendent; .Mr. A. K'-r-y.inc,
Treasurer; Mr. J. I.ightner, Librarian;
Mr. T. .Norman, Janitor; Mrs. Dr. Gil.bs,
Organist; Mrs. C. A. Marchildon. Assistant
Organist. The choir will b" selected next
D N(i(LA COHHESPoND E. (; H.
I!V lll.lt TKMt.
Jit't as wc predicted, others have follow
ed suit in the street lamp business, and the
stranger arriving in Dongola after night
finds our streets so w ell illuminated that he
is not nonplused in going any where that
business may call him.
Dongolans are a little surprist.il that
Capt. Thomas didn't incorporate in his bill
that a marine hospital, should be built iu
Dongola. However, if he get s one estab
lished in Cairo. Dongola will be thankful.
We are inclined to the opinion that, if Mr.
Thomas doe his whole duty, he will get n
donation from the government of a few
thousand dollars, to be expended in levying
big creek 0:i the side next to the Swan
Pond. Speaking of the Swan pond re
minds us that the Heverend Broad-Horn, is
now holding a series of revival meetings
iu the Swan Pond school house, and for
want of a levy, many people have to go a
mil" round, to get to meeting. This is too
bad. and Capt. Thomas should not omit
making an effort for a donation. We are
informed that Mr. Broad Horn is doing a
good work for the cause of Chritianity. and
by the way, is one of the oldest men in the
denomination (Baptist) to which he be
As the holidays are now with
passed events, and 1SS0 is with
us, it behoove every body,
to be up ami doing. All chronic grumblers
should, at any rate, resolve to quit grumb
ling and look on the dark sideot every
thing. There urn those among us who are
even now predicting that the coming wheat
crop will be a failure. People who borrow
trouble, set! but little satisfaction, and those
who attempt to cross (he bridge before they
come to it are a class, from which "good
Lord deliver us."
The revival meetings conducted by Elder
Keeve, some months ago, resulted in some
18 or 20 accessions to "the only true church."
The ladies of Dongola, have recently
OHJIISTMAS A.T IIA1STD,
And it finds J. Bl'HGIlH, the Dry Goods King, fully prepared With a tremendous stock
of Ladies' nnd Gent's Tie the largest ever brought to Cairo a most elegant line of
Linen Cuffs and Collars, Ladies', Misses and Childreu's Hosiery, Giove's,' Underwear, Cor
sets, Uiichesund the latest styles of Fancy Hibbous, Beautiful Black aud Colored Cash
meres; 100 Cloaks, if 1,31) to 10, worth $14; an elegant line of Dolman.? fcr the lowest
prices. Now is the tint ' to buy your Christmas goods. We do not advertise whut we
will not do. Call and examine, our stock.
, J. HTJUGKIi, 14 Commercial Ave.
he ld two festivals for the purpose of raising
money to make some much needed rop&iia
on the two church houses. Some 150 clear
of all expense was the result. All honor fa
our mothers and sisters.
Having dissolved partnership with John
Major, we have opened a shop on Commer.
t.-ial avenue between 11th and 12th street.
All kinds of carriages, buggies, plows and
wagons, also all kinds of edge tools, mill
picks, etc., made to order, and repairing
done promptly and cheaply. 33 years
practice and experience enables us to guar
antee nil work to give satisfaction. Bitggy
painting and trimming done at price fo
suit the.timcs. Mr. P. Gadbois, the cur
riage maker, is connected with ux and is
always ready to accommodate customers.
Musks Tksm Kit ii SoNa.
NX I' A I. EEJ'OUT
OK Till. ( OSDITION
AI.EXANDEH COUNTY BANK.
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line Iruin other Hunks.
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(until and furniture...
Capital -lock paid in
We. I' NefT. Vice President ami II Wei'. (
ier. iln noteinuly nweai that th.i!n, stiiti-m-ut Is
trie to Ihe hem of our knowk'il'e ami rielu-f
I'KTKK X trr. ii e l'tesij. llt.
It Wr.i.t.s. Cashier.
S.'lliscrilied and sworn to before tn.- th! e!i i1w of
Jan., ISsi). Aiam.o Cn.iis ..'
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Kvery Nuinber furnlabe the laO st :rjfo::nit' iou
In renard to Kanhlun in drea and ornaniea', rtie
iieii and uiul approved patterns. :'!) den r: pt
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sinirce!: Hhll il Storie. I'oeHi. and iimv. on
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