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'ForoTerSOyeara 8KLLEH'S LIVER FILLS hare
UoativeneM, Hick Headw-he. I'aln in rlnouldera or
Bck, Dlxtnsa, Coaled Tooru. rever and JP.
and til dtwaaee iri1ti(f from deranged Mate of the
. . - . --w nk..m. iiitmi of Hi if Rindr.
Kr'aara: 'Mlcr'a I'ilU hve aaved hundrwU of
dollar In doctora' bill la ihla country, n. a.
Seller! A Co., Proprietors, I'llUburK, Fa. Barclay
Bro , AK.-nia, Cairo.
rpiIE GREAT BLOOD TOXIC
Kor the cur af 11 dlaeaaea rln(r from Import
Wood, and for Invigorating nd M1J f
v iSormn'- Are yon weak, nervou., debilitated,
pale ana emaciated nv you loM your ppetl e I
iiave too nauaea. pain lo the back. Act If ao, Dr.
S' blood Searcher will drive out the dl.ewe
Hd brfn back the Bloom of "wl" ""P1"
Holla. ErrnlpelM- Tetter. Salt Rheum. Ac., are but
"urace iridtcattoui of Blood Dtaea ;ind Dr. Llnd-
. DKr Trvr" ' j: .hi ,mt,i.iiUn. suid
eU tBe B auu lirwuu,. " -- - r ---
br a 1 dnt"l'tf. 1 00 per bottle. K i. Seller.
KoprietoF.'PltwbSrB, fa. Barclay Broi., Agcnta
gELLHVS COUGH SYRUP.
Over l.OtKi.000 bottle, aold. It l th mot Pn
aud popular remedy for Couisha. Colda Croup.
jlMUnend all throat and liing dl-ae. Haj
beeiin oae for half a century. Ixtor recommend
and preacrloe It. J. E. onman, Lorf f-O . HL,
vi- "It aaved my two children from the grave.
A L. Simmon., of Baltimore. Md.al, mJ"
will cure the worit cough immediately. Ak your
druiarlat or general ttorekeeper for It nd take no
..ht-r Price 25c . W., and 11.0V per bottle. Send
for'circulir'KESellerA o . jPrlo.
J'ituburi?, I'a. Barclay broa.. Agenti-. lairo.
R. SMITH, M. D.
Office and Residence :
SO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIKO. ILL
It. E. W. WHITLOCK,
OrnrB No. 138 Commercial
LW-nth and Ninth Sireeu
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, ne&r Commercial Avenue.
g P. WHEELER,''
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth at.
JINEGAR & LANSDEX, '
OFFICE No. 11 Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COI NTY.
Only Horning Daily in Southern Illinois.
We are authorized to announce the name of Al
nau Ceaisot a a candidate for City Treasurer at
t be nulnjf city electiou.
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CitRO. 111., Nov . m. i
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vl. Weather.
t,:,t w 13
'.' p. m. m.U
Maximum Thermometer. 55s; Minimum Ther
aomeU'r, i ; ttainfaU, 0 40 inch.
W. n. RAY.
Serj't Sipial Corps, V. S. A.
Notice. -to who rr mat coscirji. The Cairo
r.uUciin Co., will pay no biila contracted by any of
lt employe, or any one connected with The Bix
urn, unleii the tune if made on a writen order
. rlirned by ni)elf. andthe order mut be attached to
the bill when presented.
John II. Oberlt.
Fon the U-Ft brands of oM hand-ma le
Sour and Sweet MasU 'Whiskeys, go to
Stockfleth & Bhosh.
Diiy GtKJDs. Best and ctieHpwt stock of
Dry Goods in Cairo, at the. New York
We phice before the people of Cairo, the
Litest and most elegant styles of custom
made boots nnd shoes. O. IIayi lions Jt Co.
MATTERS OF LOCAL IMPORT.
For additional local mutter see third
Mr. Obcrly returned to Pjiringfield
Dun t forget to remember that your
presence, be you male or female, is d'ip'd
tit the social hop, tin's evening.
We see it stated that Charley Snup will
migrate to Iilandvillf, where he expects t'
be installed us publisher of the Ballard
Thistlewood & Hinkle tire continuing
their preparations for a pork cutting and j
packing business, this winter, by erecting u
large rendering vat.
Attend the Reform club dunce, to
night make up your mind in advance that
you will have a real, good time there, and
you are morally certain not to be disap
pointed. Messrs. Ellis &, Taylor have purchased
the material uud good name of the Cairo
Printing Company, Capt. Williams, the
late proprietor, retiring from that branch of i
the printing business, altogether.
Chns. Buder, of the firm of Buder
Bro's., Columbus, Mississippi, was in the
city yesterday, on his way East to lay in
their winter stoc'k. He left lust evening
for Ht. Louis, where he goes to attend Ids
The colored child that was so severely
waldcd, near the corner of Twelfth und
Commercial, Saturday night, died Ht.ml,,,-,
alxmt noon, suffering hi the ineuntimo in
describable agony, It was a mere infant
in both age uud size, and wwt completely
deluged by the boiling liquid it overturned
A much tnlked-of matrimonial alll
mice, in which a popular young Cairo gen.
tleman, and a handsome and accomplished
young lady, resident of a neighboring rail
roud town, are the contracting parties, will
be consummated day after to-morrow.
Quite number of the young gentlemen's
friend will bo present from Cairo.
Mr. N. S. Pennington, general freight
agent of the Cairo and Vincennea railroud,
left the city, Sunday night, lor Atlanta, Ga.,
on a mission in connection with the busi
ness of hia road. 1 , '
Mayor Winter will take the Phillips'
corner, when vacated by Messrs. Pettis &
Bird, and "open out" In such a variety store
as has never been seen in Cairo. It is his
purpose, he says, to keep everything, from
a carcass of beef, down to a gutta-percha
The Bclletis office was honored by a
friendly call, yesterday, from Joe P.
Robarts, late of the Murphysboro Era-Illin-
oisan, and John W. Grear, of the Indepen
dent, of the same village. They made
themselves very pleasant and companion
able as they knew they had to.
Mr. George Lent, of the Cairo City
Flouring Mills, left the city yesterday mom
log, to devote a few days' respite from
business, to the pastime of slaughtering
squirrel and deer in the Kentucky woods,
and flinging fish from the waters of the
Messrs. Pettis & Bird, commenced the
removal of their stock to their new
quarters, corner of Eighth and Washington,
yesterday morning. As they purpose plac
ing the goods in order in the new house as
fast as they remove them from the old one,
several days will be consumed in the work
Having a lingering regard for the
opinions of others, the "boy9" of the city
play their Sunday "shinny" in the somewhat
secluded patch of railroad ground in the
rear of the round-house. Quite a crowd
collected there last Sunday, aud manifested
a much gt eater respect for the eyes than the
ears of the neighlwrs. They didn't want to
bo Keen; but didn't care who heard them.
Harry Walker is constantly adding to
the attractive features of his Crystal saloon
and restaurant, not forgetting a brace of
crimson-haired bar-keepers, who are as
good looking as they are obliging. Lovers
of the l-fat things" of the land, can lc ac
commodated nowhere in the city in better
style than at Walker's. He has, for many
years been a popular feeder of the public,
and his establishments always grow better
as they grow older. For further particu
lars, etc, see another column.
There was a very near approach to a
sanguinary row, in an up-town saloon on
Sunday last. Two young men disagreed
alxmt a game of cards, end aggravated
each other to the fighting pitch, when the
smaller one of the two drew a knife with a
manifest purpose of using it. At this junc
ture the bar-keeper interfered t eject the
nun with the knife, who, mistaking the
barkeeper for his antttgonit, made rather
earnest efforts to get his knife into him.
The bar-keeper received a trivial wound on
the hand, and this is all we know alout the
A number of colored youngsters con
gregated at the pecan tree, Sunday after
noon, and for lack of other pastime, com
menced jumping from the foundation walls
of the Baptiat church to the ground a dis
tance of five cr six feet. During the pro
gress of this spurt, one of them, nanwd
Mayljorry, alighted upon the point of a
nail that had lccn driven through the frag
ment of a pailinsr, and completely trans
fixed his foot, just forward of the ball. It
required all the strength of a good sized
boy to detach the piece of pailing. This
was so bunglingly done that it was a mat
ter of some surprise that thu sufferer was
not thrown into the lock-jaw.
Our usually careful contemporary of
the Carbondale Observer, has misread TilK
Ilt l.i.KTiN's figures. When we spoke of
"our population of .1,000 souls," we re-
j ferred to the population of Alexander
county, and not to the population of Cairo.
The county polled about 2,800 or 2.1(00
votes two years ago, which at an estimate of
1 to 0 would show a population of about
17,000; and as our colored population,
owing to the great preponderance of women
and children, will not furnish more limn
1 vote out of every V, we feel disposed to
insist that our estimate is a very reasonable
one. At the city election of 1877, Cairo
pulled 1,047 votes. Upon that basis we
can, we think, very safely calculate upon a
population of 10,000. The Republicans are
in the habit of throwing a few illegal votes,
every chance they get; but the number is
fully counterbalanced by the legal voters
who fail to con io to the polls.
If everything were done in u way to
please everybody, we could urgue the pres
ence of the inllleniiim. But that era not
being at hand, little diU'ereiiecM and un
pleasantnesses are inevitable. Hence we
are not surprised that objections are ruised
ed to the composition of thecommiltecs that
are to engineer the dance this evening at
the rooms of the Reform Club. There an,
those who think thu committees should hi
composed exclusively of red-ribbonitcn.
With these parties we beg leave to differ.
If the occasion were an exclusive one, (be
objection would curry smiic weight. Hut
it is an affair In which nil respectable men
and women of the city are Invited to pur
tlcipate; and we shall be greatly tit fault in
our own present forecast, if at least om
third of thi! participants are not what we
term for brevity's sake, "outsiders." If
this should be the case, ail "exclusive"
committee would appear n little too "cx
elusive." Both sides should be represent
I'd; and since the Issues of thu occasion
' ! -
are to go into the treasury of the club, tho
outside element of the committees exhibit a
friendly and fraternal spirit, in laboring as
they have done, and will do to mako tho
issncs largo, and the occasion successful.
The filling on Seventh street, beyond
Walnut, is progressing favorably. It was
a much needed improvement, and will add
very materially to the value of the prop
erty lu that quarter of the city.
Probate court will convene this morn
ing, in pursuance of Friday's adjournment.
Tho term will be only of a few days dura
tion, as most of the business docketed for
the November session was disposed of last
The Women's association library rooms,
of this city, aro open every Saturday, from
1 to 0 o'clock p. in., Mrs. C. C. E. Goss
and Miss Mary McKce, librarians. Recent
valuable additions have been made to the
Messrs. Hinkle & Thistlewood slaugh
tered their first hogs yesterday, and will,
as soon as the weather permits, engage in
the business extensively. A drove of very
fine hogs were driven into their yard yes
It is a suggestion that our people will
heartily second the suggestion that a testi
monial be presented to Mayor Whiter for
his faithful, fearless work, both as a citi
zen and an officer, during the prevalence of
the plague among us. He deserves it, and, In
our opinion, it should assume the shape of
a purse of a gold coins.
A Mr. Dolan was brought before the
police court, yesterday, to answer a charge
of disorderly conduct a purpose to engage
in a rough-and-tumble personal renconter
with another individual named Hubbard.
He made a irond defense, and was dis
charged. Hubbard's trial was postponed
until two o'clock this afternoon.
Readers of The Bulletin who become
apprised of facts, accidents or incidents
that will admit of itemical digestion, will
win our lasting gratitude by communicating
them to us, either verbally or by postal
card. A mere intimation that we arc wanted
will take us, at anvtime, except on the 1st
of April, to any part of the city.
Mr. Jacob Martin's new brick resi
dence, on Center street, is receiving the
finishing touches, and will le ready for oc
cupancy alxmt the 20th of December. It
has a pleasant exterior, architecturally. The
interior has lx-en arranged with an eye
mire to comfort and convenience than to
elegance; and the result is it is one of the
"handiest" and most sensibly arranged
homes in the city.
Wes. Lane, who lias been doing extra
duty on the Louisville and Nashville road,
has accepted a situation on the Illinois Cen
tral, to do switch duty in Cairo. Ho was
on the passenger train of the L. N. & G. N.
road, on Monday of last week, when the
train dashed into the rear of a freight train,
killing the fireman and injuring the engi
neer and baggageman, lie intimated that
the engineer, like "Dad," of the serenade
'Kat dozing by the lire."
The Bulletin has always been a rig
1 stickler for economy in corporation ex
(lenditures; but we really think the com
pensation fixed for the mayor, is not
enough. There is not a brakenian on
any of our railroads, or a deck-hand on any
of our steamboats who is not better paid
thuu the mayor of the city of Cairo. So
much is now required at the hands of that
officer that he has but little time to devote
to anything else. If he neglects his otliciul
duties to chase down a dollar or two out
side, he is heartily berated for the d"lin
luency. If, on the other hand, he gives
his undivided attention to his ofiicejie must
if he be a poor man, nearly starve. The sulu
ryotight, therefore, to be doubled raised
to f 1,000 per annum.
The lute night clerk of the Arlington
House a confessed embezzler of his em
ployer's funds has turned up in West
Troy, N. Y. On his arrival there he wrote
his late employer a letter which, for check-
iness and brazen-faced audacity, is not to
be surpassed. Canvassing the damaging
developments that the proprietor of the Ar
lington, Mr. McCaw'.ey, has connected him
with; and passing in review the crimes
that have been fastened to his character as
with hooks of steel, he asks Mr. McC to go
ahead, and send him "a receipt in full,"
whenever ho may think that the account is
squared between them. If Mr. Mc is not
more compassionate than the most of men,
the account will not be squared until tho
brazen rascal is made to cry "mercy," and
shows bv his contrition that he deserves it.
You will perform a tiuty you owe to
yourself and thu public if you will turn
uwuy empty handed every healthy tramp
that Importunes you for something to eat.
In no other way can we rid tho city of their
unwelcome presence. For several days the
C. &, V. road has needed the help of thirty
or f rty laborers. Within the same period
thoolllcesof the company have been beseigod
by u large number of these perambulating
vagabonds, who beg for money to keep
theiiHclves, as they say, from starving.
Work and good pay have been tendered
to every applicant, but not a single mother's
son of them accepted tho offer, There is
work for every tramp In town; but they
stubbornly, and, at times, Insultingly re
t'viMH toaecept it. There Is n i charity, there-
fore, In feeding them. Let them work, get
out out of town or Htarvo. If our people
will net tip to this suggestion, by Saturday
night next, there will not be h tramp in the
' Kmb Kinolk Lakd, Nov. 23, 1878.
Daniel Uartuian, . .
. . Dkab Sir:
Having given entire satisfaction as my
agent in distributing my Toys and Holiday
Presents lost year, I have taken the liberty
of appointing you again this year. I shall
ship to your order ten car loads of Christ
mas Presents, all new devices, consisting in
part of the following goods: Dolls, Toys,
Writing Desks, Silver Plated Ware; in fact
it would be impossible for mo to attempt to
namo all, but will trust to you to make a
suitable display. Yours truly,
Caiiio, Nov. 23th, 1878.
Col. Santa Clam;
Yours of the 23rd inst. to hand and con
tents noted. I am thankful for the com
pliment you have paid mo by appointing
me your agent again this year, and as the
quantity of goods you intend to ship me
will require more room, I have rented tho
large store of Dr. Wardner, which I will
use exclusively to display your Holiday and
Christmas presents, and will open alxmt the
1st of December and will inform all of
our citzens and children, and I know they
will all call to sec you. Yours, Truly,
For the finest imported Wines, go to
Stockfi-eth & Brosh.
Wasted to buy a gooi second hand
Heating Stove, large size. Apply at New
tine of West Bros., fine
O. Haytiioun Ji Co.
George M. Dougherty, the amiable
editor of the Jonesboro Advertiser, was in
Cairo, yesterday, and, as he should have
done, made The Bulletin office his head
quarters. Anna Biglow, one of the "unfortunate"
class of females, was up before Judge Bird,
yesterday, on a charge of disorderly con
duct. The fact warranted the charge, and
Anna was lined fo, and the official decora
tions. Bill and Luke Foster tested their fight
ing abilities w ith a couple of strangers in
Scott's saloon, ami came out second best in
the tusscl. None of the parties have been
brought to justice.
If you chance to meet un unemployed
laboring man, w ho tries to work upon your
sympathies by telling you that he is hard
up, and can find no work to do, mark him
down as a fraud and humbug. A gentle
man who has a large quantity of lumber
to move, has made the most diligent efforts
to secure lalorers; and from all the throng
of idle men, white and black, in the city,
he could secure the services of only fifteen
men less than half the numlier for which
hu has employment. Colored loafers re
turned the reply that they "didn't have to
work," while, singularly enough, the white
loafers were not physically able to tackle
work of such an exhausting character.
Hence, we repeat, if we have idle laboring
men in iro, they ore idle from choice,
and not from necessity.
We invite attention to the attractive
advertisement of A. Black, wholesale and
retail d ealer in boots and shoes. He main
tains the only exclusive bout and shoe
lmus" in the city; and a look through his
stock, yesterday, assured us of his ability to
supply every demand that is made upon
him, w hether for a single pair of shoes, or a
hundred cases of them. Mr. B. has devoted
many years to the boot and shoe business;
ami keeping the largest stock in Southern
Illinois, he appreciate the necessity fur sid
ling at such prices as will secure a corres
pondingly Urge trade. In this connection,
we refer to his price list, which we publish
this morning. We hazard nothing in say
ing that equally good goods ure sold no
w here in the great markets of the west, at a
lower figure. His stock, too, is so varied
that every body can be suited; and as the
season is now at hand when goods in his
line are in active request, it will prove a
money-saving operation to call upon him
before effecting purchases elsewhere.
The trial between R. P. Owen, plain-
till', ami Daniel Biitt, defendant, on an ac
tion of assumpsit, came off before Judge
Comings yesterday, occupying the greater
portion of the day. Several days ago we
gave un account of a horo attached to a
wagon, breaking from his fastenings and
dashing into Mr. Owens' team, causing it
to run uwuy and to smash the carriage to
which it was attached. The case owes its
origin to that occurrence. The evidence
was to the effect that Mr. Britt had taken
all necessary precaution to hitch his team,
und that under ordinary circumstances tho
fastenings used would have held the
animal ; but tho case was an extraordinary
one, and such as average prudence would
not have provided uguinst. Hence, tho
court refused to award Mr. Owens tho 20
damages ho claimed, and rendered judg
ment against him for the cost of suit.
Whereupon Mr. O. guvo notice of a pur
pose to appeal to the circuit court. When
we say that Justus Cunningham appeared
for Britt, no one will be surprised at the
result. It is true Mr, Cunningham didn't
hear any of the evidence, and was, there
fore, ignorant of thu facts before thu court;
but what difference could that make to a
lawyer of Mr. C's acknowledged ability?
Hu had his theory and lilted it to the law,
and lie is credited with making one of the
loudest speeches ever heurd in Cairo. Ho
was warmly complimented at the conclu
sion of his effort) but bore his clustering
honors as meekly as ho could have done
y.H:. t id f .ii'i
PHCENIX DRUG STORE,
COIl. COMMEUOIAL AV. AND EIGHTEENTH 8
GEO. E. 0'HARA, Proprietor,
U aiipplled with a Ml Mock of Frc.h Drug.,
clnlTtIeld.V8ospPt'rftlmer3', Bru"U"' ctc"
rVEajM clal Care aud Attention given to the
And all who would like to dna your feet w ll and
can yoor auenooD to our larue
FALL AND WINTER
Boom und Hhoe form i laruc Item io evtrjr matTi
woere von can uurrhm to thm rn-t i vmiinw
mu.ic ,na worn nere. ny oiiialuinK
a n n.
a our c uaioin k.hkh teat rv. and at priie. ranting from iu to 3D per cent lower (ban could h.
ooiumea eicwneru. llavinir th ouly tic
city, and buvtu our goods ouly from
Twmnniirunr. m r.
ur.it.KJUJ M iu LJWSlttr.IiL A
We Invito conipurlnon of our (tood, and
D K FY CO M P K T I T IOK
Wc are alwayt plnuM-d to how '.
Mch'h Winter Hoot. Good Article, at...
Men s HrogaiH, Double Soled, Full .Stock.
Meii'n Calf Ties, Nice Shm'
Men's Calf Dom Pedro
Hoy's Wear from 25 to 50 cents Per
Youth's Kip Hoot
Child' Kip Hoots
Ladies' Morocco Sewed Sho'S j
LitdieV Morocco or Kid, Sewed. Side I,ace )
Ladies' Morocco or Kid, Sewed, Htitton 1
Misses' Shoes from 25 to 50 Cents Less
Children's Morocco or Kid Shoes, three
Children's Morocco or Kid Shoes, seven
V. arif tiff. rin i-cinl Indiiccmrnt on our CuMnm
nave a .pi' tidld line or 1-r-ii.h Md anil
Ciottt Topa aud rmura Cuucare H 'cU.
A. B LA Civ, 140 COMMKRCIA L A V
had he couriered himself at the tail of the
bar of Alexander county, instead of the
very head of it.
Ladies of the Kpiscnnul church should
not forgi't the meeting uiMinted for 2
o'clock to-morrow afternoon, at the rcsi
denee of Mr. (.Jilltcrt.
Excepting a business card in The Bul
letin, shoemaker Block has adopted the
most effiTtive means of advertising his bus
iness that he could think of. We refer to
hia showy gilded boot.
Quite every respectable family in the city
rends The Bulletin. It is found in the
sitting rooms, offices, counting houses,
shops and places of business of our people,
and is read every day by two or thn;e
thousand people. As an advertising me
dium, therefore, it is without an equal.
The Bulletin job rooms an; supplied
with better pre.-ses and more of them; a
greater variety of job type, bctt'T job pi in
ters and better prcsMiH-u than any other
job printing oflice in the state, south of
li!iK)iniiiL,'tori. Employing strum und all
the improved appliances, the office can rill
orders for any kind of commercial, law,
railroad or society printing, on shorter no
tice and at a lower figure than like orders
can be filled in St. Louis or Chicago.
K'Tords. Judges, and Execution dockets,
Assessors, and Collectors' books, or blank
books of any description, are furnished by
The Bulletin oflice, with the name of the
county printed in the headings or wherever
needed, at ns low a price as ('hiciitfo will
fiimidi the same description of Ixiok with
out the name of the e uiity. County offi
cers and county boards who feel inclined to
patronize homo ministries, and to econo
mize in the matter of expenditures for sta
tionery, should give The Bulletin a
chance. If we do not furnish us good ma
terial und as good work at as low or loWiT
figure than Chicago does, the job need
not bo taken off our hands. If any further
guarantee of our ability and inclination in
this respect is needed, parties interested
need but name it.
The business men of Cairo aro liberal
advertisers; but too many of them rest
under the erroneous impression that there
nru better mediums for making their busi
ness known than tho columns of a daily
newspaper. They arc "great" on signs, and
some of them display a vast deal more
genius in the matter of their signs, thun in
the manner. A little structure on the Ohio
levee, so small that if Jim Suinerwell's head
were pillowed on tho front door-sill, he
couldn't straighten out without jutting his
feet out into the back yard, is literally cov
ered with signs, announcing that tho edifice
is devoted to the accommodation of boarders
and lodgers. A Fourth ward business
house is designated the "Sharp-Corners'
Store," another, in another part of tho city,
tho "Wide-Awako Dry Goods House."
New York, Chicago and Cincinnati stores
are names by which three other very thrifty
establishments aro designated, and all over
town, where there Is a place for a sign, a
sign will bo found. Among professional
men, Dr. Thornton Dillon alone is without
a sign. His unpretentious oflice was dis
tinguished with one, sumo time ago; but
much to the doctor's surprise and indigna
tion, everybody who read it burst into
laughter. " Dit. Dillon's Esculapian
AnoDic" that was tho whole of it, yet
people laughed until the doctor grew des-
Mdleioe and Chmcal of andoul.teri ...m.
ind ' Fu" Uncf " ,be P',uUr nim '"r
(oiupouiMlIng of physlrians' prfurriptians.
comfortable for a imall amonnt nf
atock and in aortinuat of our '
, WO Wirb
BOOTS AND SHOES
ciiwdm, and II ebon Id be a matto of conridei
u. ...... ...i i . . V 7 y"'
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none uxcvnt of faultlew ikaie and i.,.il.t ,,i.7,
lu ve thm. hou. . with noi .............. i .7. ..
manufacturers, we tiave the ability and are
Y HOUSE IX SOITHFIfV TTTTvm
r.'quct you to tske a little time to nil ami ee
wc are hiiiuk
.31.75 to $j
MfiiU Hand Work for l.ailln and Ontti-mrn
t; Kid Hntton tml Mi! Larf Shore, vUl
at Ijw i'ricei. Ju.t out, and tv'.i-h.
l-rtte. Detaching the sign from alxm
shaky dr, he took it to the artist, thre
down, and demanded to know, then
there, what what that "scalpin lou
meant; B.'ing afsured that Escula
AIode,"aud "I Victor's Home," signified
sainj; thing, the doctor returned home v
his siyn, but it uever ajijared above
Fon the liest California Brandies
Wines, go to Stockkleth Si Bnoe
The finest stoves in the world.
Westminister Base Bunu r, and the CI,
pion Monitor cook stove at
A. II alley'
By Mrs. Harry Wulker, Commercial
nue, corner Sixth street.
DAY Bo Alt!) $:i.r,0 PER WEEK.
In connection with the Hotel is a I
class bar and billiard room on opposite
of the street; also wholesale and r
oyster ili'isit. Fresh oysters received d
mid sold at the lowest mark', t rates,
ders finm home i,r abroad will r
prompt attention, tlo und sec stock
prices kefire purchasing elsewher). .
U hiTi'ly givi-n to NVMie CmiTtier. Tlmoihy fin'
Wllllaii'iialliii y mid Mary l.ulDivy. thnt IniIk-i
ney 011'HleO a petioon niitln-l them furimrttn
Die pi'inU". di'rrrilx'il in ll )itlii'Hi, wlili ii
I- mm i'iiliiii: in Hi.. A I J r. 1 1 r lirmlt muni
thai f:miM:i- tin. I n iraued 111 .;el oi'.il i'i
Juii. n nn.nMe on 1 li t- tl r-t ilitv ol Hie next Jnu
t- riu. HY'.i, of raiil Akxaiel, r i ir lilt inurt.tn li
run alii holdrn at lie, t orl tn.ui.i- In On- '
l airo. Ai-xiiiiiler rouuty, llliuo:, on the ilr-1 ;
(lay ol Jaiiuiiry, 1SII.
,1N). A. KKKV!,
i lurk of rn'il cm.
HOLM A V I.l V KU PAIS.
Ohio Lovcc ami
Washington Avci '