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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUXDAV MOUMNU, hKIHKMBER 1. LS7S.
yr ll SMITH, M. I).
Olliee anil IlcNlilt'iirt :
JO. il THIRTEENTH BTIiEET, CAIRO. ILL"
W. DtXNING, M.D.
Oiflpp ami Resilience!
OFFICE-S. W. cor. Sixth ct., H''r Ohio Lieon.
litMlittXCK-CiirmT Walnut and Ninth mrwu.
B. E. W. WMTLOCK,
. Dental Surgeon.
Omen-No. MB Commercial Avcuuo, between
Eighth anil Ninth Street
jQH. W. C. JOCELYX,
OKKICE-Klghth Street, near CiimmeroliiV Avenue.
Q P. WHEELER,
UFFK'E Ohio Lews, Viet. Fourth and Sixth t.
J IXEGAR & LAXSDEN,
Attorncy!?-a t-L.fi v.
OFFICE -No. IIS Commercial Avenue.
.St. Louis, Cairo ami rutluoali Packet
rxmnsnviiKKr. nm and pas.
SSi i)E SMET, 2u
Loavn Cairo every Wednesday at 2 p.m. for Puilu-
Leaves Cairo every Thursday at ii p.m. for St.
Fiir freight or passage apply on Hiil'ldey A Phillips'
wharf-honl. or to JAMES URiciS, Aiieiit.
M, Oliio Levee.
Tor Columbus, Hickman ami New Madrid
JOSEPH AMBPiOS Master.
LEAVES CAlltO LYEKY
Tl'ESDA YJliriiSDA Y and SATURDAY
For frel.'lit or naK! apply on IIalliday & I'll li
lt jm W aarl lioal, or to
JAMES' BlliiiS, Agent.
8,1 Ohio Levee.
QAUXO CITY FEliUY CO.
LEAVES LEAVE TKAVK
Foot Fourth ft Missouri Land's. Kentucky l.d'sj.
8 a. in.
lii n. in.
i p. in.
4 u. m
S:Hii a. in.
ln:;;'i a. in.
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4:?.i) p. in.
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tVnttre authorized .o announce tint mime, of
Enamel Hrlley of llr..Uv.ood n n Candidate lor
County CoDinilffloi.er of Alexander county ul the
t"Ve are antliorizeil to atnionin e John Hoikcs
n a can lid.ite for Sheriff of Alexander county at the
I'llfliill', Noveinlier lli'i'tioll.
."fWe are nutliorl.ted to announce II. ('. EOF
I. IN a- a candidate for S.Vi ilV of Alexander county,
fut.1 1 1 the il.'ei'i.m of the people ut the election
I ii Nov,eiili, r le xt.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Moniiii"; Daily in Siiutliern lllinnis.
OFFICIAL I'.Vl'KlttiF THK CITY AND COUNTY.
Oilier Infill mutter nn third Jitlgi'.
See where you can procure tickets for
Iv. M. K. C. entertainment.
Fivsli Saddle Hook nnil Baltimore oys-ti-rs.
in tine condition, just ivccivcil nt
Harry Walker's Crv-tal saloon.
Attend tin; lect tire ly Rev. Fatlier Mur
phy lit St. Patricks cliiiicli Sunday evening,
nt 7 ::'it) o'clock,
Rr.v. Fatiieu Mnii'iiY. ul" St. Vincent's
College. Ciii(! Girardeau, will lcctltfi' to
right ut St. Patrick's Church. Tim pro
ceeds nre for the benefit (,f the Memphis
sull'rer-i. Let ill.- I.rtiiie lie well ptit rnu-
Tim: Knights of Father Matthew under
wlin.se an-picies the leetmv nt St. Patrick'
( hmvh will l, given to-night, are making
In',' ei'iris to make, it : financial micccss.
Enoonn.oe tlicm ia tfio :r i l work ly ut
tending. '11i:nuy Siiick lias reoiuaieil the Inirln-r
slion inlioinim; Lis cioar store. No. U2
Cuinmeicial nvciice, hrtwe. n I'.ihth and
Ninth MiveH, Uii.e.'iiiii:- the necessity
T'hich exists in th,,.o hard lime, to cut
'he.vn ( x"ii' s. l,c I,, i-.-l.v infurms his old
patn-ti and tin- j'ltL'.io that he i staMishes a
new -.h. "f ri.-os, viz : Sliavin-r. in cents,
Hair (.iiti'.n.:. ':, ( i.i:t-, ,, ,1,, ft,t.
wei k. i:ieludiiiur Sieiiiic's.
Foil lil'.NT. Tiio ( 1,1,1 I'M.eMy, on
JL.Oirook iivriiue, ci.ri.cr f Ta esity-lhinl
streit. Apply to
A. P. Srni:,,r..i.,;, A.-.-nt.
Fii!T (Mine first s-iv, ,, U t!. m,,tt0f
the K. M. K. ('. ei:t'.ltai;inient in r,.o.iri (
"".Or) P,i:waui. A hl.u k mid (an jnlp
nlxHit Hevcii lnoiithi old, linmr.i "Frank "
was stolen from my residence alnit the llrst
of August. I will pity the iihovo reward
for hi return tonif. E. H.m.i.iday.
Xow in your time to i("t u jdu 1 seat fr
Ik' K. M. II. C.i:lit,:rtuii;tucl;t.
Jmltf Groeu fitiue down from Motrop
Yesterday was absolutely free from
even n yellow fever yarn.
Mrs. Y'. P. Wright litis returned from
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Bennett returned
from Dixon Spring yesterday, after an
absence of about four weeks.
A promenade, concert at Metropolis
Friday night, yielded $100 for the yellow
Mr. John Corcoran, an old-time Cai
roito, was in the city yesterday, lie came
from Denver, and was on his way to Friar's
Tub Bcm.f.tix was mistaken in saying
the Enunett portrait was rallied oil' Ky the
Ancient Order of Hibernians. That organ
ization had nothing whatever to do with it.
YV"c arc glad to state that Judge llross
is recovering from a severe attack of bilious
fever, which lias confined him to bis bed
since Wednesday night last.
The family of Mr. John II. Oberly
will leave the city to-day noon, for Wooster,
Ohio. Mr. 0. will accompany them ns far
as Chicago, and will return here on
Mr. S. P. Wheeler returned from Dix
on Springs yesterday. His little daughter,
Hattie, who lias been very sick ut the
Springs, and whose life at one time was des
paired of, is, wo are glad to state, improv
Judge Harkcr went to J.wesboro yes
terday where be lvld a consultation witli
Judges Crawford and Dougherty. He will
open court to-morrow, nnd continue its
session until the cases of those in the
county jail are disposed of. The court
will then adjourn to th' fourth Monday in
The Padueah Sun of yesterday pub.
lished the celebrated "Ella" letters. The
Sun was one day behind The P.li.i.ktin in
this enterprise, although it conveys the im
pression that it was the fust to give the
correspondence to the public. It promises
sonic. additional iwcl.itions upon the return
home of Marshal 0 -nry of that city, who is
now absent in C'bicnao.
Up to noon yesterday, Canton reports
1 death and 28 new cases; Grenada, 1 death
nnd 2 new cases no cointnunicatiim there;
Water Valley, no new cases; Holly Springs,
no new cases; New Orleans, 234 new cases
and 4S deaths; Memphis, from noon yester
day to noon to-day, 10K new cases and (a)
deaths.). Ii. Morey, a little better; T. L.
Carter, cashier, out of danger; D. (J. Morey;
Mr. J. Ii. Kelly, of the Planters house,
has sold his interest in that house to Mr. E.
K. Egncw, who, we learn, has at once coln
menced renovating and litting it up in tine
style. The bar will be nunoved from the
oilice and other alterations about the office
and dining room will be made, which will
make the Planters house the cosiest house
in town. The house will be under the su
pervision of Mr. Gcoige Turner, considered
one of the best hotel .stewards in the coun
try. Wc predict for Mr. Egnew a success
ful and profitable business at the Planters.
The rumor in circulation that Mr. Fa
llow of the St. Charles hotel is soon to
abandon that house, is without foundation.
Mr. Egncw informs us he fully intends to
keep the house, upt-ithe standard of f;M-
class hotels, even with the dull times star
ing him in the face. We tire glad to know
this as we know of no one better calculated
to successfully manage the St. Charles than
Mr. Egncw. During his star here he has
proven himself a lirst-class hotel man in
All the arrangements for the enter
tainment to be trivfii under the auspices of
the Knights of the Mystic Krew, for the
beiii lit of the yellow fever sufferer, are be
ing rapidly perfected. Judging from the
array of holue talent displayed on the pro
gramme, we can assure our citizens that
they cannot better invest their money than
by attending, as they will enjoy a rare treat
and at the same time contribute toward a
laudable caiw Now that it is demonstrated
beyond a doubt, that wo need have no
cause of alarm for our city, we should ex
tend the hand of charily toward those who
are sullering from the fearful scourge that
is now ravaging our sister cities of the
south. Our city should not now be behind
other places, and we I'-el convinced that the
charitable inclination of our citizens will
till the Atheiieutn full to oversowing on
next Friday night.
The Padueah Sun aiirilnttes the author
ship of the "Ella" epistle u Mr. Sd,
Fnrnbakcr, Thi, disposes 0f the guess
work which has b, "Mi so largely indulged in
by our people, and lifts t'ie veil of ignor
ance on this import in! p.iint. I'ntil this
information reached here i ur people wen.'
divided into three contending f ictions on
Hie mystery, iw ei in ueieeH main
tained that the author v.i-, "li..n:ktone,"
another that it was "T, IJia.'k k Co ," while
a third insisted that was i; "Sol." There are a
few persons in the cMir.aunity who.louht the
Sun's statement and disigive with the fac
tions mentioned, contending that the letters
were never written at all, or if written, are
the product of a poet. Jf ihis latter posi
tion be correct. Hie Sun has doiiu Mr.
Farnhukcr an injustice, for he is not a poet;
that is to say, he does not wr'ue lit rhyme.
Of course wu do not pretend to assert that
the "Ella" letters are destitute of poetic
lire, but we do contend that the lieiy
passages abounding in them are expressed
I without that jingle which constitutes
the first clement of real poetry.
THE LATEST INTERVIEW.
A lilM.XTEI) TIMLS INTKHVIUW SKNT KltOM
I IIICAUO TO T1IK lIl l.l.ETIN' FOlt rCM.tt'A
TIOS UKMAUK.UII.E UK-I'l.TS OK Ml.
HAITI!' I. AST VISIT TO Till I ITY WHAT A
MAN, IIUKAT IN St'IKNCK, CAN ACCOMPLISH
THK STATE OF ILLINOIS SAFE.
C'mcAito, Aug. 81, 1878.
Learning that our chief iiuarantine officer
and president state board of health, Dr.
Hiuich, had returned from the infected dis
trict, a Times reporter was at once dispatched
to interview the intrepid man, who had
dared to leave our midst and brave the yel
low scourge which has so ravaged our sister
city of Caiio the gateway, as it were, to
the great state of Illinois, and who had by
his unselfish and death-defying actions thus
far prevented Bronze John from making
farther inroads into our state.
The doctor was found leisurely stretched
on an elegant vuh'et carpet sofa, evident'
entirely new, his feet enclosed in the jno.t
delicately embroidered slippers, while a frail,
but beautiful, pink rosette ornancnt.-d the
tips, presenting at once a sight neat but
not in the least gaudy.
Upon his broad shoulders rested an ele
gant Irish poplin dressing gown, which
draped itself in the most beat;;iiui and
graceful folds, while gold-mounted eye
glasses surmounted a nose which upon "its
face" indicated complete mastership of any
and all malaria which is tu;p.edto prc
pagate the scourge.
This bold but good man, upon our intro
ducing ourselves as a Times ivpiv.-ifntative,
leaped gracefully from his downy couch, and
after cutting a chicken wing or two, and in
dulging in the glide waltz, poised himself
and extended his hand with a graceful
flourish, which we took, and received the
cordial, hearty shake, with the admiration
and enthusiasm necessary to those con
nected with n metropolitan newspaper of
Well, doctor," began the reporter, "how
doyoutind matters in Cairo, and what is
the prospect for the propagation and syivad
of yellow fever in Illinois:"
With a most graceful and elaborate bow,
accompanied with a few twirls of his
beautiful mustache, he replied that "My
visit to Cairo the hist time, has boon at
tended with the most gratifying results.
You will remember that during my last
visit to the teiribly ravaged community, I
reported the titinosphcreie conditions were
such as to propagate the fever and it being
the most exposed point in our stutv. was
liable at any time to become infected. Well,
you sec, this last visit of mine has been of
the most invaluable service to the people of
that benighted region, mid I am sure had 1
not exercised the most invincible resolution
to remain in partial obscurity while there,
1 should haw received, perhaps, the mo-t
brilliant reception ever conferred upon a
public benefactor, by a most grateful and
"Please explain, through me, to the many
millions of people who read the Times,
w hat you are ub-j to accomplish, which
caused such an out-pouring of the popular
sentiment of gratefulness and thanks:" en
thusiastically asked the gatherer ol news.
"Well,'' replied the doctor, with a smile
of gratification over-spreading Ids benevo
lent features, "immediately upon arriving at
the Egyptian capital, with the able assist
ance of the board of health, which.
you know, were selected with a special ref
erence to elliciency, we removed the at
mosphcric condition which was rendering
Cairo so liable to infection by the .southern
scourge, and replaced it by .such conditions
as Were more favorable. In addition to
this, fully realizing that the city was in too
exposed a posi lion to render living there in
any way tolerable, we removed the city to
a point twelve miles" above Mound City.
This meets with the cordial approval of a
majority of the citizens. As the thing now
stands the ,)oint upon which Cairo formerly
rested her bones is entirely deserted, and
the fever can only lizzie and storm amid
the checkered remains round other refuse
stuff left behind by the people in tWv
"Did you note liny especial
symptoms, in the cases you treated whiieat
Cairo, previous to its removal J"'
"A tew symptoms only exhibited them
selves which puzzled me in any degree. A
member of the board of health, 'Iilack
stone,' I think, was his name, had a very
severe atlack, but the principal symptoms
having been published in Til H Caiko Bcl
i.f.tin yesterday morning, it is unnecessary"
to again allude to them, as they will proba
bly wear away and not result unfavorably
to the patient, lie wiil recover. There
were' also several cases of ingrowing toe
nails, which seem to h ive accompanied some
of the more malignant types of fever, but
this was easily disposed of by cutting the
leg of the patient oil' just above Ihe toe.
The leg being at once enca.sed and buried,
generally gave the patient no lurther
"Do you Pdiik, doctor, that the atmos
pheric conditions which you have donated
temporarily to Cairo, and the picscnt loca
tion of Ihe tow n, which, you say, is some
twenty miles above the old site, will be
sullicictit to keep the fever out of the state f
The doctor replied quietly that arrange,
incuts ol that kind, when conducted under
his immediate supervision, seldom failed of
success, and seemed considerably hurt un
der the insinuation.
The doctor said he should return to
Egypt soon and would be glad to meet the
reporter upon his return. In the meantime,
the point upon which Cairo formerly rested,
lik,1 Mark Twain's Mississippi river fishing
pole, sticks snugly In the Jaws of those two
mighty rivers, like unto a man's thumb in
the jaws of a monkey-wrench.
IMPORTANT IF TRUE.
ATllltll.LINO DISPATCH FKOM THE I'ltF.S!
DENT OK THE STATE 1I0A1U) (IK HEALTH.
The following dispatch was received by
Mayor Winter yesterday morning :
Ciiic.voo, Aug. 81, 1S78.
II,in. Henry Winter:
Cannot leave on account of sickness,
Watch everything closely. Hopu to be
with yon on Monday.
John II. Ruth,
Pres't State Board of Health.
In view of the stirring injunction con
veyed in the nbovo dispatch it behooves
every man, woman and child in Cairo to
guard with unceasing vigilance everything
of "suspicions surroundings" until the mo
ment when the gallant head of the state
board of health arrives among us to throw
himself into "the imminent and dead
ly breach." Thirty-one hours must
elapse (from 7 this a. in.) before
the locomotive of the train bearing its pre
cious cargo of self-sacrifice and heroism
will herald its incoming with piercing but
welcome "toots.'' In the meantime what
mortal pen can correctly delineate the sus
pense of these hours? Howcagcrly will the
trembling public look forward to the com
ing of their dauntless deliverer! What
sighs will escape from palpitating bosoms
up u our "peculiar atmospheric conditions!"
Will he come as an annimatcd pillar of lire
seeking the ruthless destroyer that he may
throttle him, or will lie come as a divine
messenger before whose approach evil will
draw in its horns and flee with all the swift
ness of it cloven foot 'for will he come in
on the freight, or how will he come, any
how; There is, alas, a sad vagueness on
this point. "Hope to be with you on Mon
day," he says. Then all is
not lost. Unlike the unfortunate
spirits who pass the portals of Dante's per
dition, w have hope left. Hope for the
doctor! Aye, let us pray for him on boudoir
kuees and with bated breath. He is our
succor our only "hope." During those
fateful hours let the passwords be "watch
everything closely." Lot nothing escape.
Especially let the gaze of the public be
planted on "Ella" and her trinity of ad
mirers "Sol," "T, Black & Co.," ami
"Blaekstone." Let even the "B. of II." be
watched. With these preclmiions wo may
avert impending doom until the white
plumed X.ivatre of pills and potions blesses
and saves a grateful people by Ins present-.
A NOBLE DAY'S WORK.
Tin: r.F.si'oxsi-: ok caiuo to tiii; si ffkuino
r::oi'!,K of thk solth uvi:it uxt: riioc-
SANl) OOI.LAIIS IN Mi INKY AM) si Tl'I.IKS
ItAIsEI) 11Y THK DIFKEKENTCoMMIT'I Kl
MONEY' AND IT.OYISIo.NS FollWAKDLU Yl-S-TI.IIDAY
TO OltKNADA AND CANT' 'N.
Cairo yesterday covered itself with glory
in the noblest of all works humanity.
The commutes appointed at the relief meet
ing Friday night started out curly on
their benevolent missions, and everywhere
wore met with generous responses and
hearty encouragement. In the afternoon
the express olliee, the headquarters of th"
executive committee, gave indications of the
work of the committee by filestores of sup
pile? which had uccuinmulated and were
accumulating there. We are unabie to
give a report of the exact amount of the
contributions, for the reason that the execu
tive committee; did not have the infoiiua
tio.'i, but we can say upon their authoiity
that tie; amount w ill easily reach one tl.ou
san i dollars. For our population this is a
munificent stun, and when it is remembered
that it represents but one dav's work, and
this necessarily imperfect, it suriias-e.s the
expectations ol the most sanguine. It
shows plainly that Cairo can be relied upon
to honor all drafts made upon its humanity.
The amount o! the contributions indicated
above is exclusive of subscriptions and
donations made by the various interests
controlled by the IIalliday Brothers. These
latter will aggregat'.' three hundred dollais
in money and one hundred dollars woith of
flour. Col. S. S. Taylor con
tributed one hundred and
fifty dollars in cash, and Messrs. Green,
Wood A: Bennett one hundred dollars in
supplies. We learned of these generous
gifts on the streets, and of others ranging in
amounts from ifl") to "), only less generous
in amount. Tim Bfi.letin will, if possi
ble, publish a list of the contributors when
the committees have concluded their re
ports. The executive committee yesterday nfier
noon acted with promptness and forwarded
to Grenada and Canton two boxes of sup
plies and uue hundred dollan in money.
We have received the following note, which
is published for the ber.lit of, the coininviniiy,
hoping that it will be a guide to those who
are disposed to contribute to-morrow:
Cm i to, III., Aug.31, 1ms.
Edi'oi' Cniro liui "Ma:
Dkau Sin; Picas! call oncilizeiis I'm-donations
of cooked provisions to bo left at
the express olliees to be forwarded free of
charge to all points south.
Truly yours, John Wood,
Chairman Executive Coininiltee Citizens
IIavk you tickets to the K. M. K. C.
entertainment If not, be sure and get
Mrs. Lottie- Coleman, who bus her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues, takes
this method of Informing her old friends
and patrons that she is at their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage, She
has reduced prieis to suit the times.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION,
A mass convention of the Democratic
voters of Alexander county will be held at
the court bouse in Cairo on Tuesday, .Sep
tember 3d next at 1 ;30 o'clock p.m., for the
purpose of electing a new County Central
committee, and transacting such business
as may come before said convention. By
order of the Alexander County Democratic
Thus. W. IIalliday, Chairman.
ThU convention is called ut an early
hour to accommodate voters Irom tin; conn
try precincts, who are particularly request
ed to attend.
Tickets can be had to-day for K, M. K.
C. entertainment. See notice.
An Astonisiiino Fact. A large propor
tion of the American people are to-day suf
fering from the -elfects of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. The result of these diseases
upon the masses of intelligent and valuable
people is more alarming, making life actu
ally a burden instead of a pleasant existence
of enjoyment and Usefulness. There is no
good 4'cason for this, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take the
advice of druggists and your friends, and
try one bottle of Green's August Flower,
your speedy relief is certain. Millions of
bottles of this medicine have been given
away to try its virtues, with satisfactory re
sults in every case. You can buy a sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses will
relieve the worst case, positively sold by
all druggists on the Western Continent.
Doks the Would Move; The Itev.
John Jasper, of Virginia, says, "De sun do
move, for in de inornin' it shines on dis
side ob do hoiis, w hilin de ebeniii, on dat
side ob de lions. Now, ef he don't move,
how coin he dar?" Notwithstanding Mr.
Jasper's logic, we yet believe the world
moves. When Mr. Jasper's ideas constitut
ed the popular belief, people thought that
to die of Miiall-pox or cholera was simply
fulfilling one of nature's laws. Now,
through vaccination, siuail-po is averted,
while cholera, holcr i morbus, dysentery
uhixl, and diarrlnea are readily cured"!
the use of Dr. Pierce's compound extract ot
Smart-Weed. Docs not such evidences
tend to prove that "the world moves:" As
an external icincly for cuts, bruises,
sprains, swellings, bites and stings of in
sects, the compound extract of Smart
Weed has no equal. Vttcrinary surgeons
have also employed it with marked sue
ecs. CoNSl MI'TIoN Cl'UKD. An old phici:ill,
retired from practice, having' had placed
in his hands by an East India mission
ary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy, for the speedy and pi rmancnt cure
for consumption, bronchitis, catanh, asth
ma, and all throat and lung all'eetii.us, also
a positive and radical cure fir iv tvoih de
bility and all nervous comp'ah .".;':. r
having tested i'.swond iful curative pow
ers in thousands of case's, lias felt it his
duty to make it known to his Mill'ering f,,.
lows. Actuated by this motive, and a de
sire to relieve human sufl' riiig. I wil
free of c harge, to all who d'-sire it, thi-
eipe, with full directions for preparing .vei
using, in I leriiian, French, or E.'urli -li. Si nt
by mail by a. bin sshig with stamp, naming
this pap, :-, W. W. Slerir. 1 lit powu--Block.
H., -he -t-r, X. w York.
Be .-lire u:d b'ty a ticket f,,r
onteitainmeiit, for it is for a gm
. M. K. C.
Coal. The ( alio City Co d Company is
now delivering Coal at the following low
pvic Pitt-burg Lump, 12' per biishe';
Paradise Lump,?;! 2."ipcr ton, and Paradise
Nut. . On pr ton. Anthracite (all sizes;,
and other Coals, Very cheap.
Hnsr.i'.vi.D Seats can now
M. K. C. entertainment.
had for K.
G HEEN HACK KliS, ATTENTION ! -There will
be a meeting of the Cairo Greenback nnd
Labor Hcforui Club at Judge Comings'
olliee at half past seven o'clock, Monday
evening. September 2nd. A full attend
ance is desirable a-' there is bti-iness of im
portance to be transacted. By order of
Attention, Siii Knioii i i.There will be
a meeting of Cairo 'otninandry Knights
Templar at the hall to-morrow evening,
Monday, September 2d. All member are
requested to attend. Sojourning Sir
Knighls are cordially invited to meet with
us. By order E. C F. KiU'.smyi.ii,
Dlt. W.MIDNEII left yesterday for his new
home at Anna, lit will be in Cairn to
morrow afternoon, Mr. X. W. Hacker has
charge of the doctor's business in Cairo.
All bills, etc., should be presented to him.
Bet'Ieii procure your tickets for K. M. K.
(,'. ( iitertaini. lent now, so as to avoid the
Tin: National Greenback Labor Club
will meet at the olliee of A. Comings on
Monday evening, September 2, at 7J
o'clock p.m. By order of the President.
Fesii Oyste its, . last received nt M. W
Parker's. Winter's block, Commercial
Oi'EtiY. Whv will men smoke common
tobacco when Ihev can buy Marbiir,: Bro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price?
Fresh Huddle Hock and Baltimore, oys
tom. In flnn condition, lust received nt
Harry Walker's Crystal saloon.
Tickets for thoentertuininont to be given
under the auspieics of the K. M. K. C. in
behalf of the yellow fever stilferers of the
South, can be procured at the following
places: Barclay Bros., Levee mid Washing
ington avenue drug stores, Paul O Scliuli'g,
Geo. O'l Lira's, Frank Holey 's drug stores,
Paul II. Scliuh' cigar store, Planter
House, Dau'l Hartiuau's and Pyatt & Co.'
book bindery. Minimum price of tickets,
oOcts. Purchaser of tickets can pay Qs
much as they desire, nnd those paying $i,oo
or more for each ticket, will please put
their mimes on the subscription list, which
will be placed nt the above named places,
which will entitle the holders to reserved'
('has. Ii. Stc.uit goes to Now York to
morrow for tin purpose of laying in hU
stuck of Fall and Winter Goods. Ho
knows the wants of his customers nnd will
buy at close figures exactly what they
A Tn i ed Remedy rem Bilioisness.
Those who still'er from disorder or inaction
of the liver will never got the uppeihand of
tile unruly organ so long ns they us.e such
irrational remedies as blue pill, calomel
and podophyliu. But from the died
and popular medicine, Hosti tier's
Stomach Bitters, they may expect relief
w'th a cerninty of obtaining
it. The influence of the bitters upon
the groat biliary gland is direct, powerful
and speedily felt. The' relief nlforded is
nut spasmodic, but complete and permanent.
Thosallownoss of the skin, furred appear
ance of the tongue, indigestion, costivcuess,
headache, nausea, pains through the right
(ide and shoulder, in fact every accompani
ment of the obstinate complaint are entirely
and promptly removed by a course of this
inestimable medicine, in behalf of which
testimony is constantly emanating from
every quarter and from all finises of society.
Feels Yoi. v; .Aoain. "My mother was
ntllieted a long time with Neuralgia nnd it
dull, heavy, inactive condition of the whole
system; headache, nervous prostration, and
was almost helpless. No physicians or
medicines did her any good. Three iiioiitlis
ago she began to use ,.p Bitters, with sin h
good ellect that she seems and feels young
again, although over 7o year old'. Wc
think there is no other medicine tit to use
in the family - A lady in Providence. H. I.
Ill 'I t 11 Kit.
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and .Mower; S.M..V..I. I". Ware. 1 hox Hardware;
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lltirrel: C. M. I'ower-. 1 Tall rle-ti Hioun.
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V. I'eiin e, 1 liof siiinliles, l iinrreli E. llli'hnrilfii!,
1 ln.t llanlniuy; D. A. StelV. 1 hox Sundries; Tilloo
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I'., I l.ox.a. Ll'i'iori". si I'limlc l.'.fior-: Mi'.s. U
(ilaeoi'k, 1 hox II. II. Hood-; Oiirvey. 1 the
Tool).: (i. It.. 1 Ilat Hack: .1. M..1l'"'l lt'ill'le'.ll.
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J ion IMilmoii. 1 Old CuiTlime: John Points
Trunk. No Murk: rihoM'" Sundries: 1 Cu-k Wlno
I harii'N .Mi,liH""'- 'ihail'i'l Molio.es; li kens Unim
hoe; 1 hull Mou.Ki "1 Till li" ! hillidli Chu
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lied I" ml-; t liitedle l'.ed F.nd; 1 handle lie
Slaf: I ki'U Mol!i-e: 1 Joif Moliie; :i hilllde
Wneoii llu'i"; il reiiniK Paper; 1 ( hnlri I lei; Cream
Freezer: 1 Scd Plutilcr: 1 lunula' Ilunices 1 Ilinhii
l huln 1 sheet Iron sioviq 1 tmjr Cotton : lOtrtmW
Piitnlrli'M 1 bundle iigmi Spokci": 1 Stove Drum
Ill.ookllifOhi-s i Wev Powder; 1 clu'Hl Cloth ,
1 Common Stove! 1 hiindlo I'lirvllics 'A Hulls Hint
l!luii ll Phi'leret'ii Trowels; 1 litinillo (il'ri'
1 plii'kliei' Cheek Iti-lim; B (Wen Wn.di bonnls
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