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ilEO BUSINESS HOUSES.
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. liberate ol tl.fiu pr uioiuhor IMperycai
llwrfwMti Btavre aad Tim Ware.
A. HALLKY-Dealer in Stoves, Tla "f"1
tuw, Uu4an nU farmera' lajpleawutt. Wire
ioods, kcfrlinaton, ramae u4
OftCoawerelai Awaia. Wintering, and Job
Work done on short notice. ,. i
' 4, S.lloUAJIEY Dealer la hard aad soft lam
r, ioorina, ceillne;, eiOiaf aad surfMed
luioW, law tad ihlnglei. Oatoa and yard
miaei i woaileUi street and JVublngtoa aveuue
LANCASTER A KICK-Dtalerii In sarii.
"" looct, bllnda, .. bard and aoft lumber and
' blaglee. Yaid and otlloe, Commercial erenue,
" tirmit nth atroei. . .
D. flAEKHAN DetWr la Queeniware, Toji,
xni uut all blade of fnnoy articlrt. Colnmer
jial avenue, cotaer Mb atreet.
' WltXIAM WEfTBB-itb (treat betweta
BiiuerelalaTeou and Wanbtngtoa tue. ,
"iriAtfciaa? aad Merahaat Tallarlaer.
JOHN ANTBIM-Mernbant Tailor and dealet
' l'dy ale Clotbl. 7SOhieLwe. ,
Btaal Catata Ageaclea.
M. J. HOWLKT-Beal Ettate Ageat. Boys
ud Mil m aetata, aollccta rente. iyi use
lor non-retdenU.ete. Uomsaereial aveaae, be
tween Ninth and Tenth otrele.
Liiaore of tba rarmere' Tebeore Wartuowe.
t& A 17 CommrorirkU Avenue.
I. 1 VAMnthtlaa a Hit I'AtlllhiUIAa
. uierebaitl, for ibe all of Taraj, tiardea, Or-
Tuara aau wary rpw". m
EA. WHKDXK K4C0 -
Ueoenl Forwarding aad CemmLeloa
u.f rehenta, aad dealer! In all kind! of rait and
rrodaoe. 4 Ohio Lorn. Conn xu men ti lolio
iM, lutaelUfursuaedea aap'iwoa-
SUNDAY, November 18, 1877.
MM.raa.IJM M. a-iitaaary, uwnr
With medicated lath. would Invite the
attention o! the lick, and those suflerlnf
vaaitb chronic dlauset, nervotu debility
' Vmkatution of Tltal power, MuraJjla,
rpan-yibi, female eornplaints, eatarrband
all lmpurttk of the blood. Her lyitea
of treatment Is pleasant and aootblnjr,
. .Boiboekiare given; the has been very
tuctxMiul (or a number of years, and
' ibe doei not hamate to warrant a cure.
, -whew there it any constitution to build
HaviriyengatU bathw-ooini of Dr.
! artr mi 't'mith etraet. twtwofin Waahlnar
ton avenue and Walnut street, where
. mom win n mil uxors laao KrvB' H""1"
' ta attendance on patients. Nov. 7-1 m
i- '-' Batter! BalUt!
" A eboV tot just received In small and
lirVtpav&agL U. Leicutov,
; m unio ievce.
ai an ....
; : i Mr. C. MoUan desires to announce to
? WV UlaVIV aJW1 0ISV " '
' 1 closj out ber larro'and etefcranUy assorted
' 'stock ot M1LLIXKUY GOODS. Inclu
ding -dlea' yUBSiaWG GOODS ol
"nearly i every f deserlplion, CS DEE-
WEAK, UUOIbUlt MC, wiui m iij
. large aaortment ot Ladles', Misses' and
WMrtn's SHOES, all or wblcb must be
, aold wlthla' the next -
AtCoat. Now U the time lor ladles to
buy Hats, and everjtWng else In the
f&A old bills must be settled at
once, or they will be put out for col
, lection. .,
' MIIS.C. McLEAX.
A taw plain words to tba Fublle, who
ra Intaraated arben makina- thalr pur
ehaaea for tba Vail and Winter, eepac
, , lallr of BooU and BkOM, that tbey ob
talathair "monav'a worth" Ihla they
m entitled to.Mawienw lean, and the
iMutry with them la, "where can we
trade aaoat oatiafkatorilr ." Thlaaaaybe
MMwerad a.t A. Black1!, the Oltjr Shoe
Store,' liOlOammereUl avenue far the
feUowln raaaona :
tat. Tbey have the larceat aaaortmaat
and a took la Sontham Illinois1, wbioh
ia amala to meet the waata of e vary on.
d. They bay only troaa baannfaoturara,
and ae jobWn-taaraby ebtalaUg the
vary flrat flsrurea. "
3d. That, althonsh, they purohase lar
car, and affeot the lars-ast buaiaaas in
oathara XUlnola, they taanaceto do ao
at comparatively email epena-ha-lat
noontalde amployoea or run&era to
They therefore offer to the publie and
. patretve case rally the opportunity thaee
advaatagaa afford them af purehaalna'
t Vua akMjl aHAAa AtalattaaaVVnab 1 1 0111
winter by thealatle pair at the nam
, ate ilea aama coeds are aald at
Jeee tkasi eaa a aald by aay titer
iltaaaa tat the city. We aaeert that we
- -mtm abta ta da Ibla, aad as we are aax
law aetl gaeele for the aalted
aejaaU earaelvaa aad pnblie we
i netSTareheaa at tba aatae eatraardUtary
la rate, rwrthermare, we will da
pUaaM aay aaada aSTered at aay ath
r kawae i thle city ar vlelalty at 16
war earns leee shea Maty aell thena at,
, AU ajr deaartaaaala are eoaaplete,
- aadaaataaas ar frash, seasonable aad
atyllah ejeedo. TaM eaaelaistes la
, , , dMte caaew fcead ealy by ae are efltored
- eat rraat hasvalaa, laelwdlaa; a larca
' aal af (eatleanea'e IMles' aad boya'
elM( aabraldared slJapere for Ibe
1 " Aaiisdaya.
A. BLACK'S CITY SHOB STOBE,
. . . 140 reaiBierelal aveaae.
Wat. Blabbed- '
SUU presides at the corner of Seven
' teeth ' street and Washington avenue,
' and - hat as usual a tine variety ol dress-
Injr oases and parlor suits and calls spe
cial attention tehis lino lot ot camp and
i loldlaff chairs. " '
Come, look, buy, pay and then fall to
,'tne mar to make room tor. the next cus-
rnnutr . lm.
. I . i ,
The largest and most complete assort
ment of Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Back
, Jices,'AWomlnal Supporters, Uterine
Supporters, Kubbtr Urinals, etc., eta, to
be lound In Southern Illinois at much
less than usual prices, at Plioeal Drug
Store, corner 18th street arid Commercial
.avenue. . - . ( . .'
-.lw ; ' '.":'. -'. Oso.1. O'Haka :
..,.,.. ial Shot t-Slope.
Miltou Nobles' theatrical troupe will
visit Cairo some time about tho mkldlo ot
next month. '.
-Best line ot boots and shoes at the
New York- store. Look at the Texas
rfding boots. Every pair warranted.
- . . . -
The pay car of the Illinois Central
distributed several thousand dollars
among the employes at this point yester
Episcopal church services as usual.
Mornlnr sermon to parents. "Ye lathers
provoke not your rhildron to wrath."
Evening sermon to young people.
1 found Dr. Bull's Coueli Svrun to
be a most effectual remedy, and lctl sure
that the most stubborn cough and cold
will yield to Its healing Influence". Frank
S. Price, ae Orleans, Atgutt fi, Wo,
Royal Globe Alpacas at the Now
York store, also the clebroted Colionalc
Jeans. Call and look at this line of doe
skins jeans. 11-18 3t.
Edward A. Buder, corner Washing.
ton avenue and 8th street, established in
this city In 1801, Is prepared to make all
stvles ol jewelry on short notice, tall
and see some of the new work just An
Ished. 11-1 Uw
Rev. Mr. Morrison will conduct ser
vices in the M. E. Church at the usual
hour this morning. ' There will e no
services in tho evening, owing to the
temperance meeting at the warehouse.
The largest stock and most beautiful
designs of Silver Plated ware ever
brotigt to this city, now to be found at
the old and reliable house ol Kdward A.
Buder, corner Eighth street and Wash
ington avenue. ll-lllw.
, The Sm of lost niht Is wrong agiln
eoncernlnff Johnson and Turner, the con
fidence men. They are not "working out
their Ones and eosts," but escaped from
the Jail on Friday night
Babies are too highly prized to per
nit tbem to tufler with Colic, Flatulence,
etc., when Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup will at
once relieve them. Trice 25 cents a bot
tle. "Peep O'Day alarm" clocks,the most
perfect and convenient time keeper In the
market. Will go in any position, and Is
a stem winder. At Edward A. BuJer'i,
corner Washington avenue and Eighth
We neglected to mention the marri
age of "Jack" Campbell to Miss Alice
Clark some two weeks since. The rsll.
road boys will be sorry to learn that
Jack has "left" them, and they will now
have to "go it alone."
"Peep O'Day Alurm" clocks, In
nickel cases, at $3.50. They are stem
winders, will go In any position and are
the nioet bcautllul and convenient time
piece to be found. Call at Edward A.
Buder's, corner of 8th street and Wash
ington avenue, and see the largest stock
of cloaks la the city.
There will be the regular morning
services at the TresbyterUu church this
morning, when Rev. Ueorge will preach
a sermon to yoang men. Owing to the
temperance meeting to be held at the
warehouse in the evening, there will be
no service! at the Presbyterian church.
If your time piece is out of ordcr.do
not entrust it to an inferior workman
who will probably permanently Injure
and lessen Its value. Edward A, Buder,
corner 8th street and Washington avenue,
employes only competent and experienc
ed workmen, and guarantees satisfaction.
That monster turtle ordered by Har
ry Walker, has arrived, and now every
lover ot turtle soup ta invited to call at
the Crystal saloon every evening at nine
o'clock. Harry knows just how to pre
pare an A, No. 1 dish of soup, and wants,
his friends to come and try It. 1 1-13-1 w
It has been stated on pretty good
authority that the Arst train will come
through tho tunnel on the narrow guage,
on Thursday next, and that the company
will resume active operations as soon as
they can perfect arrangements for get
ting into Cairo. This will be good news
for the citizens ef the county as this road
has been the source of a good deal of
convenience to them In times past.
An omission occurred In Mr. Harry
Walker's communication published 4 In
yesterday morning's Bulletin. Mr.
Walker in the communication as handed
to us referred to all druggists as well as
grocers. The omission was the fault of
the printer who set up the commu
nication, and we make this correction In
justice to Mr. Walker.
. All the highest grades ot Watches, at
Edward A. Buder's corner ot 8th street
and Washington avenue. Ills stock Is
oomplete,and composed of gold and silver
cases, stem and key winders, American,
Swiss and English manufacture, and will
furnish at the very lowest possible fig
ures. Compare lils prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. IMl-lw
Children cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
It Is as pleasant to take as honey. .It
contains no morphine or other deleter
iovs Ingredient, and is sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
bowels and stomach, aud overcome irri
tation caused by rash or cutting teeth,
Mothers can 'rest, and children enjoy
health, who use Castoria. It Is harm
less, It Is certainly speedy, and It Is
cheap. .. I1-11-13W
The Centaur Liniments are the great
est remedies ever discovered tor all flesh,
bone and muscle aliments bites, bruises,
swellings, burns, rheumatism, stiff Joints,
etc; . What the White Liniment does lor
the human family, the Yellow Liniment
does tor horses and animals. They, are
cheap, they are convenient, and they are
certain In their effects. , 1 1-11-13 w
Chtet of Police Arter on Friday re
eel red a dispatch fiom the sheriff of
Johnson county,"" giving a description
and asking the arrest of a certain John
Fuelps. Mr. Arter Immediately set to
wotk,ad In the coarse of an hour had his
man. He had on las person considerable
plug tobacco, cigars and a silver watch,
What tho cliarge against ulra was tne
dispatch did not say. lie Is now In jail.
The tonic of debate on Tuesday night
attheresideucoof Jno. 12. llarman by
the Excelsior Social and Literary Society
1st; "Is conscience a cornet moral guide
In all cases. Messrs. Pennekaker and
Ilupert In the affirmative and jMessrt.
Davidson aad Greer In the negative. Af
ter the debate Geo. Fisher will make a
short declamation and tho usual music,
essay reading, etc., will be the order of
Our friend Jackson, of the firm of
Stratten A Bird, has recently been to Vien
na, aud can tell veu to a nicltie just
what It costs to shoot at abird within the
corporate limits ot that town. The fol
lowing from the Johnson county Journal
Is proof that Jackson Is posted:
Several months ago Mr. J. 11. Jackson,
representative of the Arm of Stratton k
Bird, Cairo, Illinois, while In Vienna,
Iia of: Mrri In Ih a Inhahltatl Dart Of
town, but made his exit before he was ar
rested, un yesteruay morning ne put
In hia first appearance since the shooting.
He was arrested and fined three dollars
and trimmings. We considered It a dear
luxury, but Mr. Jackson complained be
cause it was not more.
Dr. Reynolds, accompanied by llev.
Mr. George and others of this city, visit
ed Villa Itldgo on Friday evening,
where the doctor had an engagement to
deliver a lecture. After the lecture, which
was characteristic ot the doctor, a reform
club was organized. Fifty men
and one hundred ladies and children
signed the pledge. The men's club was
organized by the election of Dr. Mott ai
president; Samuel Kennedy, vlce-presl.
dent; Samuel Sawyer, secretary, and Mr.
Minlch, jr., treasurer. A mass conven
tion Is to be held at the hall In Villa
Ridge this afternoon lor tho purpose ol
electing the rest of the officers oi the
tbapter 11 oa -'Ifs."
Addreued by ( ) to ".
Te tbc Editor of the BcLi rrui:
Now, brother, If I understand the Eng
lish language sufficiently to enable me to
to receive and convey Ideas when correct
ly expressed In the language, I persist,
with the firmness ol the broad and immo
vable loundations of the Rocky moun
tains, in declaring that ( ) not only un.
derstandt but understood, not only com
prebends but comprehended at once, the
entire Idea, purpose and scape ot tho as
tral beams ibed forth from your deathless
mind In its late efforts to shine through
the columas of the Cairo Blxleti.v.
And, "II" be did not love you brotherly
well, he would feel a little fretted at the
"soft-solder" and "sago-sarcasm," the
mingled wine and gall which trickle all
through your address to Dr, Reynolds
and himself. But he Is as patient as he is
stubborn, and gentle as he It firm; warm
hearted as he Is plain spoken; and he be
lieves thoroughly In some of David
Crocket's sayings, and unreservedly in
all the saying ot the Sacred Scriptures;
and, therefore, It would be an impossi
ble thing for him to feel unkind toward
his brother, stars, ar refrain from trying
to turn him away from theolHip;tit that
delights him to the light which cane
down from Heaven, and of which Paul
reasoned In the presence of the royal
Governor Festus, and King Agrlppa,
when he declared to them that It trans-
eended the brightness of the sun. Now,
brother stars, your light is but the light
of a mas, and "it" the Bible be the word
of God, then your light Is no guide to
your ftet. It does not nor cannot pene
trate tho abysmal depth of darkness and
ruin over which you unwittingly tread
with the unscenlng zeal of an unseeing
leader, beckoning your fellows to f jIIow
where you yourself cannot see. 0, my bro
ther! be not angered when a poor ( J begs
you to lift your eyes from the dismal and
rayless light of human kind, and place
them upon the lneftlble light of the ex
press Imagine of God himself, even that
light that came down from Heaven to
lighten the places which sat In darkness.
Now, having parenthetically said thus
much with tho kindest feelings and In
tention! In the hope that it may be bles
sed in doing my brother stars lasting
good, ( ) must needs examine the starry
objections of his brother stars. Paren
thesis will admit that the objections raised
by are temperately christian, though
hailing from a man that publicly pro
claims that he himself is non-Christian,
that Is "If" the elements of inconsistency
entitle them to any Christian fellowship,
Now mark me brother stars, I do not at
this juncture say that you yourself are
Inconsistent, but I distinctly assert that
the so-called objections which you raise
to Dr. Reynolds consistently , and me
thod of conducting bis reasonings on
righteousness, temperance, and judgment
to come, are at objeetlont totally Incomlit-
ant. Now mark me, my good brother,
tor It may puzzle you considerably to
take in the whole idea "if' you are inat
tentive, (excuse me lor my old school
master way of urging your attention, tor
1 mean it earnestly and kindly,) lor In
my ambling and rambling about the sub
ject to make a point, which "it" I should
happen to do, and you heedlessly over
looked it, or did not observe it, because
of the length of my sentences, you might
again commit the solecism of praising
me lor not answering your so-called ob
jections. What! man, would you com
pel me to do the Impossible; you who are
so In love with temperance comptl a ( )
to hurl to dumb-bells of logic about the
venerable temples of your objections
where ancestory Is old as the Devil's leap
into Paradise? You amaze me; why: a
; ) was never meant to play the glad
ator In the arena of logic. It always
has been, and now is, and hope It always
will be, Its humble office to explain to the
uninformed, the neophyte, and tho inat
tentive. Now parenthetically I will
state this tact that your objections as
you call them are not so truly objections
as they are complaints. You complain
that Dr. Reynolds has written a temper
ance pledge which you think that no
christian can consistently sign or take,
you alto object or complain that the Dr.
uses the curlstiau mode ol conducting his
labors in tho cause of temperance. Now,
1 will for once admit that your objections
are objections, and not merely com
plaints, but as 1 have not hitherto an
swered them as objections, I will do fo
now, but briefly, as they are objections
which are so threadbare, and have been
so otten answered that they ceased long
ago to have any weight with any man,
woman or child who has any regard for
the Bible, or who sincerely desires the
downfall ot Intemperance and the road
of sinful habits which follow In Its wake.
As I intimated before, the reading ol the
scriptures with the sincere purpose of ar
riving .at the truth, would cause these
Cycopeana and Brabdanogiau heroes of
theold8crpcutand his deluded followers
to dwindle Into the microscopic mites.
To the answer: 1st As to the pledge
which he accuses Dr. Reynolds of writing
and objects to Christians signing. He
does not quote correctly, and an answer
to Ids misquotation and misplaced ejec
tions Is give the doctor's pledge as it is,
and escape the merited rebuke of all
honest minded men by swallowing up
your unfounded and unjust objects and
complaints, which honest Turk lnflel,
or Mohommedan, would endure for a
moment. You wrest the Scriptures by
hurling against their whole spirit teach
ing and doctrine disjointed and dismem
bered passages by forcing upon them a
foreign application Just as Satan did
when he tried to tempt the Savior to turn
stone into bread. Now, In this answer
I have again been very good by re-sug
gestlng that we read and try the .Scrip
tures by their own rules.
2d. You also object to the doctor's
mingling religion with his temperance
work, but you do not, tell Mm how to
preach pr teach temperance and leave out
religion. Why, my good hoodwinked
brother, I defy, you in a friendly way,
however, to utter one word agtaust In
temperance, or one word In favor of tem
perance, and not be guilty If the same of
fense ot which you complain Ifi the doc
tor. Why think oi It? Have you for
gotten that the word temperance is sy
nonomous with religion, and that the
practice of temperance in its comprehen
sive and honest sense Is indeed nothing
more or less than practical religion.
Why it was on this very theme that Paul
reasoned, and that Felix trembled:
Righteous temperance and Judgement!
Righteousness what? why practical
temperance and judgment to come
how? Why In administrative
justice measured out upon
that degree ot temperance or in
temperance, religion or Irrellgioa, which
Ibe case should demand? Would you
chain the doctor down to the im
possibility ot teaching temperance
by taking away the means, by
wbioh alone it can be taught?
But why pile mountain upon mountain.
Beware, brother, lest when tbey fall they
burryus beneath their awful weight.
Look not upon the wine when it mov-
eth itself aright. Who hath contentions?
who bath bablingt? who hath redness ot
eyes? they that tarry long at the wine
eup, tbey that look upon the wiuo when
it is rea. wine is a mocker, and strong
arm is raging, ana ne is not wise who
Is decelvodthereby. H oe unto him who
putteth the bottle to his neighbor's mouth.
Ko drunkard shall enter into the king
dom ot God.
Give strong drink to him that
it ready te perish, and wine Mw who
be of a heavy heart; let hitn
drink, and forget his poverty, and remem
ber his misery no tnore. Take a little
wine for thine stomach' 'i tale, crwfbf tlilno
Worldly pleasure and riches:
By oxen, and lands, and strong drink,
rejoice, 0 young men, in thy youth, etc.,
etc. let thy heart cheer thee, "walk in
the sight of thine eyes," but for these
things God will bring thee into judgment.
Answer a fool aceording to his folly
answer net a fool according to toll', etc.,
Now what I have written 1 have writ
ten parenthetically, the wounds of a
friend and faithful, but the kisses oi an
enemy are deceitful. Farewell, good
To Dr. Beyaaids.
Sib: While I was never Intoxicated In
my Hie, neither do I ever expect to be;
and am as anxious as any one dare be,
to have all quit their evil practices of all
kinds and lead sober lives, ever control
Ing their troubled spirits, yet I desire to
ask you a tew plain questions:
It you are trying to carry on this great
reform movement under God, would it
not bo better to sjiow in
your expressions before the people
that you have the spirit, which Christ Is
represented as having, even towards the
Devil? "Did you ever know" you say, "I
order the best suit of clothes that can be
made, and It anybody don't believe It
come up and feel ot this coat." Of the
best dresied man in the community hav
ing the worst reputation? or does clothes
make the man? Is a linen collar Instead
of a paper collar around a mans neck any
Indication ot more brains, or more power
to control ones self? Does not charity
cover a multitude of sins even charity
towards the worst rum seller in tho
I have always tried to teach my child
ren both by precept and example to gov
em themselves; not to lay chips on their
shoulders, and dare others to knock
them off. Not even to the piece of rib
bon in their button hole and then say,
"It any man dare to take that out I will
give him six seconds to make his peace
with Almighty God." 1 trust you will
have the best ot success In your efforts to
reform others, but as you go over the
vast Prairie State Inculcate a spirit of self
government of all the human passions.
A Msmbeb oy tue Cm'u.
Cairo, Nov. 17, 1877.
Atlaatlaa Baaghi, "'
A special meeting of this company
will be held Monday evening, Nov. 19th.
Every member is requested to be present
as business ot Impotrance will be trans
acted. C. R. Woodward, Prea't.
Harm Schps, Secretary. 1M8-H.
All Waye, the Cbeapeit
OLD RELIABLE HOUSE,
10th AND COMMERCIAL AVE.
0 lb of A. Coffee Sugar....... $1 00
10 lb Extra C. Sugar 1 00
1 lb Extra Choice Coffee 1 00
41 lb Prime Coffee 1 00
C lb Fair Coffee 1 00
Extra Sugar Cured Hams, per lb 13c
" Breakfast Bacon
per It) i ... 1-2 o
Country Hams, per Ih 10c
18 Bars, lib each Extra Family Soap. 1 00
Utir stock being the largest assorted
st irk In tho city enables us to sell very
low. Remember, families needing goods
had better walk a few squares and thus
save money, tor money saved Is better
Goodi delivered to all parts ot the city.
New York Store.
AUo lust In Mince Meat. A Doles. An-
pie Butter, '.B. W. Flour, Pig's Feet,
etc. 1 l-18-:it
Win. KirlihofT, Dealer la and Nana
lariarar of t nrnltnre.
Offers special Inducements In Dressing
Cases and Parlor Suits. Also in allvari
ltlcs of Furniture, such at Folding, Camp,
Cane, Wood Seat, Rockers and chairs;
Bedsteads, Bureaus, Looking Glasses,
Mattresses, and all other articles of furni
ture lmmaginable. The bloody chasm of
bottom prices has been reached, and Mr.
k-lchhcff now stands ready to meet the
reasonable requirements of the closest
buyers, cither of large or small quanti
ties, and satisfaction guaranteed. Po
liteuese anil courteous treatment assured
all wishing to examine goods. I invite
all persons to come and look at my stock
and obtain my prices. Factory and sales
room corner of Seventeenth street and
Washington avenue. 17-1 in
C. C, Canton flannel for $1 00 at the
New York store. Prints, 0c. and 7c. per
The Beacon Light Steamer Alice, Cap
tain Crapstor, passed south night before
last to attend to her light-keepers and
lights. She will not make changes be
low here as she goes down, but will do
all her work coming up. She reports the
following changes above here:
Light at Jefferson Barracks moved, un
200 yards light on Rush Island moved
up hair mile; tth landing lieht moved ud
halt mile; Salt Like landing moved down
200 yards; two lights at Devil's Island
discontinued; new light at Flora Creek.
i be James v. f arker ana Arkansas
Belle had fair trips
The Golden City went to Cincinnati.
She brought the officers of the John F.
Tolle to this port, and then continued
their trip home by the packet.
Bully tor W ill S. Haves. Here is what
be says: "Since we have become a
Murphy we have bad the congratulations
oflriends showed upon us. We never
were a hard drinker, but when a man
tries to drink It all, and they make it on
nim while he's a sleep, It is time for him
to give it up as a bad job. If everybody
would quit drinking for thirty days "sour
uiau" nuuia boagioa; fur patronage.
Somebody has sent us a postal cord say
ing: "I'll bet ten dollars to your billy
goat that you don't stick." We don't
Intend to stick. We've stuck to It too
long now, and by joining the Murphy s we
"let go." It Is "sticking to it" that gets
away with men. "Letting go" is what
they want to do, and become sober, sen
sible human beings; not degraded dogs
to wallow in the mire and be spurned by
sober men and women. Drink water, If
it makes you stick and kills you. You'd
better die sober than live drunk."
Now If Will Hayes can just get Tom
Bolnes to loin he'll be happy.
The hull of tho Jno. F. Tolle is sunk In
25 feet water.
The Desmct has laid up at St, Louis.
The Jim Fisk for Paducah, Idlewlld
for Evansville, Colorado for St. Louis,
Golden City tor Cincinnati, Bea:on light
steamer Alice, E. O. Steward, for New
Orleans, and Belle Memphis, for Mem
phis. The Belle of Shreyeport was well laden
and made some additions hero for New
Tho C. B. Church will nil out below.
The Idlewlld got in earlv yesterday,
and brought a yery good cargo. Among
her passengers to this city was Miss
Emma J. James returning from an ex
tended visit to Evansville and Louisville.
The Jno. Gilmore brought 7 barges
from St. Louis, and cleared for the Ohio
with 21 empty and 2 loaded barges, one
of the iron ore and the other with potters
The Belle Memphis has a light trip.
The E. M. Norton and tow arrived past
at dark last night.
The Arkansas Belle for Evansville;
Bee and barges, E. O. Standard and Gar
rett and barges for VW Orleans, and
JohnB. Maude for Vicksburg are the
The St, Hbuis Republican says: "Ait
kin, Minn., Nov. ll-The ateamer Po- e
gama, owned by George Hounhton of
Carver,:was burned here last evening.
The fire broke out In tho cabin, and is
thought to have originated from a candle,
which was lelt burning In the office by a
drunken watchman. The value ot the
property destroyed will aggregate $12,
000. The loss Is total, as the property
was not Insured.
Madison, Ind.. Nov. 14. The Marine
railways have tailed, Commodore Fry
becoming embarassed. Ten years ago
Mr. Fry retired from business with a
fortune. He became involved In the
Marine ways through loaning large sums
ot money, and was obliged to buy the
yards to save that already Invested. The
loss of bis partner, J. R. Stuart. In the
Pat Rogers disaster, caused a depression
of business, and other embarrassments
have brought loss and rum upon him In
his old age,
Louisville, Nov. 1L The eanal is
lull ot towboats and barges. The Laura
L. Davis Is at the foot or the canal. The
D. B. Wood and Nettie Spear passed
down with coal, taking their tows South.
The Ironsides departed for St. Louis
Family flour warranted at the New
York store for $7(0 per biurel. 1M8-St I
HOLD TH OET
With Alir LTftrrlSAIlflitralSBATtrl In Ilia k.l.ki a i..Li 4 -It'
mandtd by eM uTiIrVls
t,,", SSSiSJt XJP" ku, Uk'a they had jo re-
rip to be MenrnoTar buTtin wud.
'PeseailM mm A . ll m . .
- ww WbVAUIbJa JfaTUIJUUUg l Ail MpjtlMMf
Look At Our.Besiegers
Ud on by Uiat most ancient fraud. "King
- - wawta as at is auifl l VDOUaT D Ml ,Wstf Iliaf
purpotes-seams open and buttons scaroe-aluott unknown. ThS
ruotb. teemed to have had a real loll- tlmeTreMurV aad
have been battling at our Portress lor time
on woo shall win ? ...
The Lord tellt us to believe In that wblcb
bs against tier
To the reader! of the Bullbtin: Buy good goodi wall-nude, and Uve a full pocket.
Remain In the Fort, iluve nothing to do with'snoddy goods, for you wM el watt bt
ewpty.pncktted. " . , . 1
We keep nothing, but good goods well-made In our house. No "iboddltt" boog&t bJ
lift til HIV nnfA.
Wt in tea J to aad lire and die In tbe "Fort."
FARNBAKER, the Clothier,
PHCENIX DRUG STORE
wruorner ibtn street & Gom'r'l Ave.
I Have Opened an
And Toilot tiolco,
To Which I Call the Attention of the Public '
10 1 will make the accurate comncundluf of nhvalaiana nnurtntinn .n.
REASONS WHY THE f'
20 jot H 3 Ha A tl
Is Preferred to all Others :
1st. They tre made of the beet "WAMBITTT A" MUSLIN.
,m are three ply and made or tbe beslliaen, eaeb ply being gnarasteed lo be all
3rd, Xheyare made pnlrbv capable and experienced bands, and are earefallv intnected and
areuneurpeaaedbranyotlierln workmanship. . '
4th. XheyereguarantetdiontandgiveiiatialkcUonlnevery particular. " '
Try Them and be Convinced !
FOR SALE ONLY BY
DEALKB IN .,.
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Etc.
121 COXttERCIAI AVEXIJi:.
A FEW OF TBB PBICBS AT
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
14th AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 lb Amber C. Sugar.... $1 00
10 lb N. Orleans " 1 00
H lb White Sugar 1 00
4 lb Soda 25
4 Boxes Matches. 25
Starch, per pound 05
6 Bars Soap...... 25
Coal Oil. per gallon ., 25
And all other goods very cheap.
Also, Just received, a choice lot ot Pure
Spices, Mustard, English Table Sauce
Call and see us. 24-Ct
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand In the Reiser building, where he Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons and tbe publio who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense In fitting np 1
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
be has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will . receive
courteous treatment. t
A New Boardlast Haase.
Mrs. Gaffney hat taken charge ot tbe
large bouse at tbe corner of Seventh
str3ct and Washington avenue, where
sho will conduct a boarding house. She
is rclurnlshlng tbe house throughout
with excellent furniture, and Is now
ready to receive boarders and entertain
them In first-class style, giving to them
all the comfort and convenience that
could be desired. Mrs. Gaflney has had
many years experience In boarding house
and hotel management, and feels confi
dent that ahe is capable and able to give
better accommodations for less mnaey
than any other boarding nouse in the
city. She solicits a share ot publlo pat
ronage. ; NoyWnj
French quarter sulking clocks,
Ithlca calender, Seth Themas, Automa
ton and Musical clocks at greatly reduced
prices, at Edward A. Buder's, corner
Elarhth a treat and Waahlnton avenue. '
,MmW" ,oueo io-aot a
... . . ' ' ' '
Shoddy." and followed by a dltorcaalitd
immemorial, but not a tingle sdvantiire hae
Uj vu. uuuu. owi toe ngni gott vravtiy
is good ; and if the Lord It for us, who eaa
Entire New Stock of I
o. e. o'habaT
Is so common In the country as 'scarcely
to need comment. The eauses which
produce it are such at cold, Irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
&o. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural Implements are manu
factured, the grinder Drotecra hla Inner
from the Injurious eflects of the dust
nymg on the grindstone by wearing a
respirator. The coal miner ere a i ce
soends the thai t provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against fire-dam d.
Now It Is equally necessary for those
who are brought In contact with anr ot
the causes leading to Intermittent fever.
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against it, the heme stomach bitters.
Btrletly Chelee, raaey BatUr.
Will receive to-day a consignment of
"Ruston a" gilt edge butter. All selec
tions in caddies and tubs, 17Wo, net.
Will rMvdva Monilarla anil nrnmnrl
hereafter. Each package warranted.
Call and be convinced, I
i S. E. Wilson,
Baarl BVr!i Baee-TO
Cbai. Phlferllng has on tap and Is
dally In receipt ot fresh rilsener beer of
tbe rarest quality; also 0. Windlsh, MuU
hatuer ft Bros., Clnoinnatl'beer which la
acknowledge to excel all others, filifcr
llng extends a cordial invitation to all hie
friends,' 11-17-1 w.
Waed Wertuaa- aehlaery Pea Sato
One Plainer and Matcher, one Heading
plainer, one Surfaotr and one Olgsaw
machine, for which I will take lumber is
payments For tents apply to
Just received J,0W Ibe. of Hams, which
we ofler to tne the retail trade for 10 cents
per lb; " (Jt) ' NBwToMSToax.
-Ladles will find t Kdward A. Bu-
dert, comer ElfcSk ittt and WafJdta
tos avenue, eonM baaattrol and styfcV
Inspection of bis goods before porehatt
elsewhere, wu probably ptwmt affer
dJtaBtHfttiMut, c ,..;,!. . IHMv,
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