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CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1874.
Somebody to take from us a thousand bill
heads, goad paper and finely printed, for
T.l.OU 10 4 w.
Ono tliotisarttl statement printed t Tim
UULLVTIN omce lor ra.oo 10 1 w.
One thousand nolo headh printed at Til
Hullrtin oillco tor $4.00; two thousand lor
Ono thousand IimiIiicm card", fine llrlitol
board, printed nt 'J he JIollktin olllce lor
frJin i'i.W to ta 00, according to size.
Great Bargains !
TO SUIT THE TIMES, AT
l Jl ilUII.
I inn nlo In receipt of n largo lnvolco of
OKOS-GRAIN ItlUltONS, usorted colorf,
which 1 will kell at panic prices.
AIo, a larno aKMirtment of fall nnd winter
CLOTHING, GENTS' UNDERWU H.
HLANKETS nnd GERMAN (JUI L.TS. Call
nnd sco bcloro puri'Intlng rlewhciv.
OPPOSITION MASS MEETING.
RALLY, DEMOCRATS I RALLY LIB
KHALS 1 RALLY', EVERYHODY
OPPOSED TO 11AD10AL
On .Monday evening, September 'J6tb,
Id tho court.houio in Cairo, Hon. John
U. Oborly will roply to tho lalo peech of
Sonator Logan, All portons who dottro
to know tho truth at conlradlstingu.shed
from Radical untruths, as fulmlnnled by
Logan, ahouM attend.
Tho opposition central com mil too will
trial; o all needful arraugomontf.
UfclM I HAL CUMMITTEE
The Oppoihion County Contral Com-
mlttce will moot at Tun Bulletin of-
flco Friday ovonlng at 7:30 sharp, for the
purpoio of organizing and traniscting
other butinost of Importance regarding
the conducting of tho coming political
campaign. It It dctirablo that thoro bo a
full attendance. Membera of tho con
gronlonal and tonatorial committeos aro
reipoctfully lntltoa lu bo prtttuitt.
Okt your oysters at the Delmonlco.
To Lict. Rjoma to ront in "Wllcox'a
block, at tho lowest prices. 270-9-21-01
Elliott 6: HattHoii.v aro olTurln);
goods at prices that should attract closo
You can got anything you will call for
at Elliott & Uaythorn's, 101 Commercial
"SILK HAT31 BILK HATS I
Silk Hats madotoordor at A. Marx's,
i Ohio leveo.
Vh. Je.vzlle. Cn bo found nt bis
dental parori on Eighth street at all
hours. Heat of rofernncos given as to pro
Notice. Tickets for suppur and ad
mission to the Hop by thu St. Charles
Club, can be procured by applying to any
member of the olub, or at tbo office of the
St. Charles Hotel. 277-0.24-t
Cotne's oyster depot and restaurant.
Oysters in tho sholl and can, fresh every
day, at Phil Saup'a old stand, betwoon
Sixth and Seventh streets, Cairo, 111.
Mvhder. We learn that a man named
Anderson was killed at Tunnol Hill, on
Sunday latt, by a man named Peterson.
The murder was commlttod in a saloon,
the skull being crushed in by a boer glass.
A fine lino of ladies', misses' and
children's walking shoes, with extonslon
or protection soles, Just tho thing for Cairo
aiaowiilkt, at A. mack's City Shoo Store,
The St. Charles Hotel has several
pleasant rooms on tho upper floor, suita
ble for gentlemen, that can bo secured for
tho winter, with board, at very rcatonablo
llusiNiss. Tbe St. Charles hotel la
overrun with people "Wo noticed tbe
names of eighty on tho roglster yosterday.
This house is becoming known throughout
tho country, and Its gutsts alwavs liave
ForSale-Ruoov. -We desire to sell
a splendid buggy almost new. Wo will
soil it at a great sacrifice. Persons deslr
ing a good bargalu Jn a buggy bavo now
an opportunity to obtain ono.
Krei.11 oysters or anything olio you
want at tbo Delmouico Restaurant open
uny and nit: tit.
Da NOT forget tbat Elliott A Unythorn
koop tbo best atock of shoos In tho city.
iiioy aiwaya sell tlio lowest.
Max Khehhe, the organ builder, la
roady at any time to tune and repair
planotand raelodonns. You may safely
trust your instruments to his caro: you
will not be decolvod.
Ciacuir Court. Tho trial of John
Uonry and Frank Johnson was concluded
yosterday morning. Thojury returned a
TMdlct of guilty against John Henry,
and accorded him four years In the slate
Ir xouwant tho latest stvles lnlH7
goods, the best and cheapest placo is at
Elliott & I?otl,n.n. mi.,. ,' M
iuis is no rem.
I TJiO only ortfliialnml tho only I'-;"'' "f ';','.!
nam tf bankrupt slock, but froth goods nt
ptlccs tbat defy competition. lti-o :u
M. Hotmr. will only rotnaln In town
this week goto lilin with your old plug
hats, raked from cast-away placet and
lumber room, and havo n Jasblonab!o
tile m ide to covor your head The coit It
altnoit nothing. 9 24 lit
Take your bruited and battered tunl
mashud old tilk halt to M. llndge, fit tho
Dalmonico botol, and tiny will come
from his hands bright and now, and In the
latott tylo, ol niy be nen all around
town now. Krorybody can atlord to ipor1
a new 'plans' hat rnado from hi old ono,
Rooms to Hkst. Mrt. Btewatt, corner
of Poplar nnd Twelfth atroela, nonr Tits
HULLETIK office, haa tovoral comfortable
rooms to ront, with board. Mil, Stnwart
aprcada one cf tho bott tablet In Cairo,
and her prices aro roatonablo.
The licit oyatora at tho
Amothkr House Uome. Hare we a
horao dlieato In Cairo 7 J.iit week wo
chronicled tho death of Y'ocum'a horse,
and to-day wo perform tho aamo tad duty
for Jim, Mr. M. F. P.rker'a horto. Thl
animal breathed ita last, much to the re
grot of Ita owner, yeaterdny morning.
U jiff ii tVitM.. .Mr. Ooru.llm O'WeH,
who had a leg broken by falllne frcm
ir.UeworU on Ibo AllMlislppI Central It.
R. a few miles below Fllmore City, a week
ago, it gottlng along llnoly undor tho
careful nutting of th tistor in charge of
bt. Jlary'H murmary.
Fort Balk. Tho Egyptian aaloon,
owned by Henry Lattnor, is for
talo, together with tho iixturca and slock.
and tho.prtvtlogo of a ldise of tho build
ing on good torma ; alio, tbe cottago In
tho roar. For further information, In
quire on tho promises. 7.'J2-tf
Look Out fob Hahoains. Mr. A.
Mark haa just roturnod from New York,
whoro ho purchasod one of tho Uoott and
largest atock of clothing, gont'a furnlth-
ing goods, halt, otc,of tho very latest
style, which bo will toll LOWER than
the LowesT. All goods markod In plain
An excursion party on tbe M.lsitsipp
Contral from Holly Springs and various
points South passed through horo last
night, en route to Chicago to attend tbe
Exposition time. Thore wero about 250
excursionists, who camo hero at 8 and left
at 10:30 p. m. Over ono hundred took
.ujijc, av tuu o&. unarms, wnich pre-
senieu a vory lively oppearanco during
New JIillinkrv Goobs. Mrs. Bwan
dor leaves the city on Monday morning
for a visit to St. Louis and Chicago, whoro
sho proposes to purchase a largo stock of
millinery goods. Mrs. Swander's well
known good tasto In tho selection of lists
bonnets, otc, is an nuco ment for tho
adies of Cairo to defur purchasing their
tall millinery until they bavo an opp"
tuntty tooxamlne M, o-r.,.jar a atock
Mrs. Hultz has just returned from the
east with n full stock of millinery goods
and ladies', mines' and cblldron's shoes;
also, a largo stock of ladies' hair switches,
and goods belonging to tho millinery
trado, cults, hosiory, oto, with a Urge
lot of notions, which sho will sell cheaper
than any other placo in Cairo, Store on
the corner of Eleventh stroot and Wash
ington avenue. 2C6.9-l!l!.tf
Dave Holmes yesterday bandod us a
peach a sample takon from a loaded tree
in his parden; a largo yollow fellow
which is a beauty among peaches : welch
ing Ion ounces avoirdupois, and measuring
eleven inches around. He also, smiling
all over bis faco, informod us that he
picked it from tho tree and showed it to a
bran now nine-pound boy ; a scion of tho
Holmes', and a sample of what can be
done in that line, too.
Millinery and I)rk(s-Makiko.
Mrs. Smith Frlllingadorf and Miss U.K.
Uomiss will opon on Saturday, tho 2Cth
Instant, nt tho southwest cornor of Sov
onth atroet and Washington avonue, a
select and fashionable stock of dress trim
mings, which they proposo to noil at fair
prices, and Invite tho ladles of Cairo nnd
vicinity to call and.exaraldo. Mrs. F, Is
now In St. Louis making purchases.
i ALL BTOCK OK HOOT AMI, SHOES,
air. a. mack Is now receiving bis atock
of tall boots and shoop, which, from bis
cxpcrlonco, promises to bo tho best se
lectod in tho city. Always a careful and
closo purchaser, he gives tho public the
advantages to has to purchase at the vorv
bottom price, for ho buys dirsct from tho
m.nltranlf)h. A.- I m, . ,
-....U...X..VWV., mr uuiu, iiiestocK it very
largo and complete, nnd the stylos of tho
latest and most approved cut. 2C0-O-22-tf
uaiiisbMANE UOUMANDERRV ij
lvntf.M T.mhI.. r it.. .
m iueiropoui, camo
uown on the FIsk yestorday and msdt
their headquarters at tho St. Charles
... t l. ai i i . I
mu oir ivnigni dewett Wilcox. A d.
tachment of Cairo commandery cicortod
wie oir iviugnts to and from the St.
Charles to the Asylum, where the work
was fully oxampllQsrl. Tho Metropolis
cowmandary left for home tbe tame
Particulars of Kittie Knox's
Death. On Monday evening, about 6
o'clock, ibo wont to Schuh's drug store
and bought, as ibe thought, ten cents'
worih of morphino, camo hotr.o and took
about half of tho powder, and In less than
teu minutes from tbo tlruo she took it sho
was dead. She bad no cause to commit
suicide, and it was not her intention at
tbe time ebe took tbo powder, as sho was
complaining of a aovere pain In her sido
mnA l.u.l V r . . '
hum unu ucci ,ur some time,
(Her Mother,) Lothje Ooodleth.
Dibsoluiton or PaRTNERM!!.-.-, Tho
Prtnership beretoforo existing betweon
Daniel Arter and E. White.
Arm name of D. Arter & Co.. is this d.
dissolved by mutual consent, both parties
The business will be continued by their
sncce sort, Charles D. Arter and James
W. Stewart, under the name and style of
A 1 lor A Stewart, who will p&y H claims
gainst, and collect ail bills duo, the old
firm of D. Arlor & Co.
Cairo, 111., Soptembar 21st, 1874.
0. D. Aktkh,
279 9-24-Ct J. W. Stewart.
St. Cii aalkh Oi.ub. This club are
exerting themselves to mako tho compli
mentary party to Mr. and Mrs. 0. li.
Howe, on to-morrow evening, ono of the
most onjoyablo entertainments ot tho sea
son. The committee in charge is com
poied of tho following gentlemen :
Coininltteo of Arrangetnenti FraLk
nowo, 0. V. Uradloy, Sam. 1. Foster.
Reception Commlltee-J. U. Wild, W.
Supper Coramltteo Geo. B. Fostor,
Frank J. Pecker.
Floor Managers M. P. Fulton, John
Potso.v. 1 ho family of Mr. 0. Wlckor,
consisting of Qto persons, residing In
Oooio Island Product, wore poisoned in a
singular manner a few Jays ago. Tu
family coft'oo-mill had been used for the
purpose of grinding jluiaon woed for
Ick horso. Through forgelfulnoti, th
mill was not uloui, .nj ti, i,,r r
tho next morning's breakfast was ground
in it, and tho whole family partook of the
boTorago. Tboy wero all taken sick ; Dr.
McKay was callcJ, the proper remedies
administered, and tho physician gives it
as his opinion that no torious rtsulis will
A Haoacioch Don. Henry I.nttner
has a very sagacious dog that has learned
to run "Mil der Mt chine," and when
ever the fire bell taps bo runs to tho Arab
engine house, laya hold of tho rope and
does his best to assist the firemen. When
tho Hro occurrod last Tuesday, it so hap
pened that the engine was out and
gone before the alarm boll was rung.
Tbo dog answered tho call promptly, but
finding the houso empty he becamo very
much excited, and running hither ar.d
thither made a racket that attracted gen
eral attention. Mr. Leo Kleb, who ar
rived late from tbo aamo cause, was as
anxious to Hnd the engine as tho dog, and
the two together made a laugbablo pic
Sad Accident. While the switch
englno was drawing tbe cara of the oxcur
slon train Into position laat night, ono of
the excursionists, (Japt. Joseph Koch, of
Holly Springs, Mississippi, thought the
train was leaving, and made a despsrat
effort to get aboard by catching tbo rail
of tbe rear car. His foot caught upon
something and ha waa thrown upon
hia knees, breaking one leg above the
ankle, and Injuring both kneos slightly.
Ho was conveyed to the Planters' Hotel
and the limb was sot by Dr. Wardncr.
Capt. Josepn Kt nA; umo, aud
.-.e or tno prominent citizens of Holly
Springs. He was reported this morning,
in bo doing excollanlly. ills family wore
notified of tho accldont yesterday.
A Floater. A white male floalor was
pickea up in the river yotterday, but the
body was so badly decomposed, that It
could not be identified. Thero wore some
marks that sotmed to Indicate that tho
man btd come to his death before being put
In the water, and hit pockets were turned
insldo out. He had on brown Jean pants,
a thin white and black atriped coat, a wblto
shirt, drawers and socks hut no shoet.
lie appeared to bavo been a man about
five faet-sevon or eight inches high, and
bad black hair, cut pretty short.
Tbe Jury gave in and signed tbo fol
We, tho undersigned Jurora, sworn to
inquire into the death ot (unknown) on
oaiu, uo nna mat tie came to tils death
by cauios unknown to the lurors. Signed
James Law, Robert A, Cunningham, Win.
wnitc, wm. Campbell, Sam Ullman,
Jamos Ryan, Robert West, P. Rlchey,
Isaac Walder, "W. 1). Phillips, Alfred
Comings, Thos. Ent.
Personal. Miss Sadie Coll, formerly
a residont of Cairo, returned yesterday
morning, and will remain In the city
some time visiting friends.
Gov. Palmer and Judge Trumbull
loft last ovenlng for Chicago.
Capt. James Morris, of Capo Girar
rdeau, Miitouri, is stopping at tbe St,
Hon, W. M. Hreose, attorney at law
of Thebes, will be in town for several
days attending court. He atopa at tbe
John Craig, John Thompson, James
lllllingsky, of Clear Croek precinct, ar
rived In the city yejterday afternoon, and
hold out at Martin's, on Cross street.
Charlea M. Howe and lady returned to
the city yesterday afternoon, and will
mako their borne at the Bt. Charles, room
No. 29, A large number or friends wero
at tbe depot to wolcome thorn home.
Co). Frost, manager of the Missls
tippi Central, A, Mitchell, superintend
ent of tba I, 0. K, it., L. II. Clark, cbiof
engineer, and J. M. Iletiy, assistant en
gineer or the I. C. It. It., were nt tho St.
On the otli of August my wife and son
triad to murder me, I think, and I was
only saved by the interforonce of Mrs.
Anna Goucber and Kate Lawrence.
They sent for Frank Goucber, at tho
brick yard, who brought Ave colorod men
with him, tied tbe old woman and bo.v.
and ttnt for tbo doctor fr se and the
policeman for them. I lot this matter
drop, but she has been raising a disturb
ance and drinking whiskey eror since,
and an tbo Olb of September, two wooks
go, I am glad to say, aba left my bod and
ord without my consont, and, 1 am
orry to tay, took everything in the way
of plunder or furniture that the house
contained, hiring a wagon for tho pur
pose, only leaving for me a bedstead and
blanket, Therefore, alt porsons are rfotl.
fled not to barbor or trust her on my ao
count, as I will pay no debts of her con"
trading. I have no doubt she la ablo to
pay her own debts, as sho she has gon to
market all summer regularly ovorv
morning and camo homo drunk every
night, keeping all the money sho received
and never dividing a cont with me.
274-9.24 3t 'At.llERT SCtERS.
Wallauk Theatre To-Nioiit For
the las', time wj rail attention to tho In
auguration of tho Fall and Winter sotson
of tho Athon-aum bv ihn AV.IUik
Theatro Co., composed of artists of gen
uine talent and ability, and producing
new and elegant pieces in an elaborate
manner. We anticipate an overwhelm
ing crowd this ovenlng, and fool confident
In saying ai ovenlng of great enjoyment
will bo passed ; and could It be otherwise,
when tbe play selectod, 'Marllana or A
Match For A Klag,' is to bo presented
with Miss Wnllack as Marllana, James
full company In the rastjand then tho
popular comedian Sam. Ryan In his graat
speciality 'Lollypop.' This Is enough to
make one smilo oven cow,
Speaking of Maritana, the N Y- Dally
Graphic says: Murllana is a cotnody
wbhh will rival 'Frou Frou,' 'Article 47,'
'Divorce,' 'Allxe,1 and all othor succossos
in 1 110 lavor of the pablic it Is a
thoroughly delightful play, full of fun,
and most auperbly acted and elaboratolv
costumed. It Is a com.dy unexceptionable
in a moral point of view, and probablv
one of tho host plays ever presented to an
morican public. Secure vjur Beats
early at Hnrtinan's, and avoid the Inevlta
In it the Sajie M.N?-Capt. Wrt.
Crowe of the steamer Jas Fisk sava tbtt
about tbrto weeks ago a man of medium
bight got on board tho Flik at this poll','
anu took deck patsago to Paduca'.i, say-
Ing tbat ho did so bocauto he hid but ttn
uouars.and would bavo to be careful ol it;
tbat ho might not got work Immediately,
as ho oxpected, on tbo Phil Allen, then
being ropalrod at Paducab. Uo had on a
black felt bat, black and wblto' strlpei
linen coat, wbito lioon shirt, and waa a
round-f.odd.good looking man. He w.a
somowbat under tbe influence of whlskajrt
and drank serosal tlmos whllo on tie
boat. At Mound City, Capt. Crowe found
him loltinc half ailocn on the tiers,
and told him to go back aft and
lay down on some bales of oakum in tbo
deck room. Thl, ho did. At Caledonia
he was seon still laying thero At the
footol tho chain bo was also noticed, but
Just after the Fisk bad sptrrod up ovor
tho reof he was missing.
Search was made ovory whore, but noth
ing belonging tu him, oxcopt bis bat,
could be found. This was lying wbero
he had been sleeping. The description of
the Hoator found yesterday, leads
capt. urowo to think it is tho
tody of bis lost deck patsencer.
Tbo names of dock passengers are not
registered on the Fisk, anl oo one on tbe
boat had asltad this man's name or place
oi residence. From his statement tbat
ne oxpected to get work on tbo Phil.
ncen a snip-carpentor,
Henry Cantor has returned from
Cincinnati, whero ho has been enjoying
ito lesuvilles of the Jewish New Year,
and buying goods for himself and for a
friond In Mompbls.
T G, Eddlamen hat beon on a but!
ness trip to St. l.ouls, and now tbe rail
road company aro calling bis attention to
aome large freight bills.
oevea nundred and sevonty-teven
barrois of sweet potatoes wero sent from
this station last Saturday, to amellorate
tno condition of "atorving Chicago."
S, T. Honaclna and L. LItten have
been swinging around tbe northern circle
land peoplng Into tho Oaicaeo exposition
iney came homo looking as happy as a
pair ot "Dig sunflowers."
The railroad company havo gcnorally
lowered tne car-load rate for awoet pota
toes nonco to Ublcago. Tbe reduotlon
equal to about thirty por cent, on former
rates. Who will now say that "corpora
ttons have no souls ?"
Nathan Karaker, east of town, Is
running ills sorghum mill on full time.
and making molasses for tbe wholonolgh
borhood. Ho raakos a flnerrtlcle; none
ot your compounds of starch and sal
pnuric acid, tbat aro moro unhealthy
man wmsKey "straight."
A young man wo did not Warn bis
name was tried in Esquire Little's court
last Saturday, for making nolso and uslne
profane and vulgar language at the door
of Friendship's churcb, six miles oast of
town, and was found guilty. Tho jury
thought that three dollars and costs
would bo punishment enough, If tb
young man was guilty, bis companions
were no tela so, out they have, as yet,
eiuuea the otiicers, and by doing so ac
knowledge their guilt. "Who is blamable
ior a warn or self-respect, tboso yM..
mon or their parents? "0, shame! whole
la thy sting?''
-The Town Hoard havo up tho pre
uu.iu.ug a piank walk.way from
tbe Uaptist church, to connect with other
waiasin tno raoro contral part of town
This Is a much needed imnrov.mnn,
and the Town Hoard may spiritually ben!
eflt tbomselvos by using the walk after
moy got it hunt.
As cool weather approaches, mn.t
ahopa multiply. AV. II. Kidenour h..
opened ono on Cross street, west or tbe
railroad, and another sign was hunr ,
yotteruey in mo east end or town, at the
J. K. Koeler warehouse.
"It Is hotter to be born luoky than
rich." E. M. liarnwell has been pre.
aented with a msplo sugar brick. This
is not 'swostnets long drawd out," that we
occasionally read about, but solid sweet
nessj solid as a bar of soap. Thero Is
mystery here, tooj for there is nothing
sour about Ed. If ho bad been presented
with a box or blaoklng, a bur of sosp, or
a fine tooth comb, wo should be able to
divine tho motive of tho donor, but a
sugar brick takes us all aback. Time,
however, is the great unraveler of all hu
man mysteries, and wo wait his motion.
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OP CONFEC
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
Do not buy old candies,
SUmmcl. iun aro stnlo, claimillL' llOllie HiailUfncturo
llct or b 0ce8 OVCr llVC poUIKlS. ltoinoillber the placo
Corner 8th St. and Washington Av.
Tho Only Place in the City where
Elliott & Haytiiork are opcnltK a
new and elegant Una of dry goods to-day.
For bargains go and soo them.
h-k l'Liir.ic. Tho
k(n h market In Wllcox'a block,
will hi opon Saturday next, with fresh
meats nnd now lard, at tho lowest markot
prico. Howe Js Uro.
Proi'osali WAr.TKD.-1'roposals will be
rccelvod until Wednesday noxt, 'J3d Inst.
for tho erection of a brick building at tbo
corner of Fourteenth stioct nnd Commer
cial avo, Plans and specifications on ox
I nmlnatlon on tho premises.
For Rent. Tho IIIhIucL houtn ,nrnr
of Sovonlh aud Walnut stroetf, contait-
Ing thirteen rooms. A No. 1 location for
a boarding house. To a good tenant tho
above bouso will be rentod at a low figure
Apply to 0. N. Hughes, No. C3 Ohio
I Parti" having tho abovo book ready
for binding would do well, before sendinir
their books t IV with agmts, to Inquire at
tbo City lliridnrv. whero thov are bound
just at cheap and good and neat as In St
I.i'til' or Chicago.
VCi u.l!2.Ct j, o. Hurls
I.umuer SriLL'OoiMO Down. As we
nru determined to close out our stock
tpotdlly, preparatory to winding up bus
ineis, we will sell all kinds of lumber at
two dollars per thousand less than mar
kot prices. A large lot of lath and stove
wood on band, which will be sold at cor-
rntprndingly low rates.
Wall Jc Ent.
Cairo. III., Sept 21st, 1874
Public nottco Is boreby given tbat 1
have this day sold to Ellen Smytb, c
Cairo, Illinois, ..II my title and Interest In
tbo crocerics and all Dilute, now in the
storo altnato on lot 4 In block 19 In the
First Addition to tho city of Cairo,
Illinois, j: Walsh. Oi a.
TnE earner snop is on no corner
Eighth street and Commercial avonuo
wbero J. Goorgo Stienhouso with bis ron
tlomanly assistants can be found at any
hour of the day or night, readv to sootbo
your foollngs with a smooth Bhavo, or cool
your terapor and head with a good Bbam
poo. It Is a first-clats shop, and you are
ture of rccoivlng first-class treatment
Ladies and child ron's hair cut or curio
in tbo most approvnd style. 8-lS-lf,
Difsolution. Tho firm of HudaonA
Mooro it this day dissolved by mutual
consent. Mr. John V. Moore will pay
liabilities and collect debts of tho late
Arm- I. II. Hudson,
John V. Moore,
Kefkruino to the above, I will con
tlnuo Ibo commission business for my own
account. John V. Moore.
Excursion Ticketb. On and after
nepiemijer 'JUth excursion tickets to
Loulavilio and Cincinnati, will bo sold
by the Cairo and Vincennca railroad,
atlcanccil to tho following rates, good to
OitoborDrd: To Loulsvillo and roturn
$11.16; to Cincinnati and return, 516.8f
1 ho abovo Includes a tlckot Into tbe ei
position ball. Tickets for salo at tho
general ofllco and at tbe Anchor Lino
office, 71 Ohiolovee.
Joe Roneker Is now In full control of
tbo Washington bakery, nnd having
learned tho wants of tbo public, is pre
pved to supply on call all demands for
Fronch loaf, Hoston, Urown and Grnham
biead, and everything else ordinarily
found in a first-class bakery. Uo main-
taint a full stock nf confectioneries, and
can, as well as any othor dealer In the
city, fill all ordors In that lino.
Cakes baked, frostod or ornamentod on
short notice Spocial attention given to
mo oraors of wedding or picnic pnrtios.
Grand Hall Tho Carroll base ball
ciuu win givo a grand social bop at
Schools' ball, Tuesday evening, fleptom
bor 20lh. The boys propose making this
ono of tho most ploasant affairs of tho
sonson. Tho right kind of young men
aro at tho hoad or tho affair, and wo hopo
tholr highest expectations may bo real-
Tho following nre tho comralttoo of ar-
rnngomonts: J. T. "IVim. -vviin.m
Toomey, John Campbell, E. P. Gllnps.
Floor innnncers Phil, llmvorrf ml
-?' M anally, Captain of Nino.
And Dealer tn
EianTii Btrebt, iibtvashinqton a.nd
commercial. AYX.edJoIn Ing Hanny s.
Keeps thtt behtof User i.,n,, ,.ni
Lamb, Lausoso, etc., and is prepared to
tcrve families lu n ncccptitblonneiiiui-.
that have been kept over tho
You can get a Complete Assortment,
it. W, MILLER, Precldnnt, S
.1. M. rilll.l.ll'.S. V'lco President,
CHAS. CUN.NIM1IIAM, Ln.hler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHA.NOF.aitjin. banknotes i id United
auuei ccuruiL-s nought and sold.
Iiilcrott nllowfd on tlmcIdi,po'",lta
THE CITY NATIONAL
nu n inn
V. P. IIALLIDaVY. President!
HENRY L. IIAI.LIDAY, Vice Pronide,
A. II ha k , f M(l. t nun IP r?
WALTKU II Y&LOP, Aiitlttant Cashier.
Ktuth Tivrnli. It. II. flT v Vfl,, A
H. I.. ilALI.IDAY, V. P. IlALLIDAY.
O. D. WILLIAMSON, STKI'IIKN illlll",
A. II. S AFfOltD.
i- i . . ...... tr..,,,..i Ulal
CACiiuiiiiCt ijuiii mm uuiit-ii altii
Ilonds Hoiight and Mold.
u,-:i'ijm i a rrreivi-M am, a trpnera, nanK
FITS CURED FRE
Any person Miflcrliii: Irom the abo.e
taio in requested to addrensDlt. Prick.
a trial bottle ot medlcliio will be forwar
by exnri-Kj, FKE". I
Dr. Price la a icgular tihyalclan. and
ot.iuc mc irenimem oi
FITS OK EPILEPSY
cure, uy ma use or hin remedy.
it', ibii tu pt-iiu tu nun lur trial no
l co.t nothing, and he
MILL CITIti: TOD,
no matter of lmv long standing your
may be. or bow many othc. remedies
3u, ti luueu.
Circulars and testimonials tnt with
FREE TRIAL UOTTI.K.
lilt f'lliu rr lininti
Politics for 18
ii SIV1 ft -It.
CUrh of House of Jifpreenfa(ivta I
Tl.t. A . .
O l'am tlln Villi liviinnn ill
fcularj Act" Ami IU repeal, on Tr hnp
Uon, CUIl Right, and J-'inaaclalOucHt
including the act ol 1802 creating "J
Tenaen" ana coin Intvrttt ol llomU.
... , ..,.uttsa, nm VUNUHliUIH
BlntA I ruk ,ln li, ,irfj
tlx. U fin! SU t.t. .. ... '
Memorandum, Intervlewn, l.tcrn.
3 uumuuiiif. ami Acuor in AUhanm. A-
jtuuman t ana K'Hn, ctinrcinu i
yi-vMiuiir, jiitituis anu vl JtUllllll Iini,
l.flWht t ntlll llllnnnl k .. r . 1
i peu'iiny, in Stitt-s, tnd .Nation. "I.
bt I.lectlona, Currency Dinirlhutlo
states and acctlnnn, A-c. luvaluabl
enmpai'-n. Cloih, (1 hO, sl paid.
Addres oko. FJU. I)WS(
P. O. Ilox4 4, Wtuhlngton,;
Tlla...l . .a n ....... a . 1 If
treatment of Mir ATE VJUtOyC amll
KRBTOCSNESS, flUrLXI OK '(UK lACV, AVKRfti
1DI IMU l cr fir I lsvl laser allAsa air t,tur uua. ji
rutllTT, HrAlrKil BIOUT, LOSS Of UtVOV
wasuood rta -kntlt ctrid. tuii crbI
WkUIUAL LITKKATL hE. IIlutrmlM llh (LttU ntt
MBUirUir. Their bkUr. uui Kbd tmr. Trie I'
i m w- - vie afvatiet caiaivfrw Siauits ivoil ie ,
ludlctl att4QUne or 4iU tna ttllor tdJrtii Uvfj
ICE! ICE! IO
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO
Taken great plensure in nunouncln'
they nro now prepared to supply eve i
with liiko Ico or tho vory bust quality,
at iholr houHes or at tho stores.
should b left at tho oltlce, No, ft
OBSTACLES TO MARRlj
- nanny llcllcffor Younir Men Irnm
fee la of Errors and Abuses in car
Manhood Restored. Impediments tt!
riage removcu. jNewmeiuouot trci
'ew and remarkable remedies. Do I
clrculurx sent free In sealed envelope'
dress, HOWARD ASSOCIATION
XfTin Piinin fci., roiiauciphla, p
Inttltutloii having a high reputat'
ouuraMe couuuet and prolculonnl i-l