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THE DAILY CAIHO im
iilJSTlK: SUtfl)AV MoilMNl), DfcCKMHKU 1, 18T8,
V K.ovMvfr.SKLLUHS UVEK rlUS have
hern the aundiird remedy for 1. vi . ..iiij.Uiul.
?ortlrnii. Sick llfl.h, l'in tn Shoulder, or
Jtork I)iiln. Coaled Tonn.lrtir and Aifue,
"woe Hlomx-b. Thorn.. Adam., of lllit Sandy.
I, ,,; Heller I'HIi b vd hundrwta yf
JolUrn Hi doctora' bill, lu thl. eouiitrr. K. h.
i-jlor. i Co., I'roprli-tor., I'iltiiUur,-, f- Barclay
Uro., Ap'nw lano
rpiIE CHEAT BLOOD TON IC
For the cur f all dlaeaiwa arlnlnn from Impure
blood, and for InvtiioriiWM anil .trenathen n
" uJorKant. Are von weal, nervoo., dcbMutwI.
u.le anu cinaclatod r Have .vou lt jou, .ppel! ol
flaw you nauwa. vain tu the back. Ac? If w. lr.
UudJya ltlood 8.Vher ill drire ont
nd bring back the Bloom of H'-allh. I ImpU .
BoD., Ery.lpelM, Teller, ball Hheutu. .. aw but
irnvJe , IndlcMloM of Mood Ulwaae; ; and Dr. Und
aalllood Suarcher, by pur Ifyln the ar-tcrn .oft
,u. the .kin and beautlde. ttio coinplekn. bold
k all drut!Jlt. $1 U per bottle. K. K. -heller.
.rWprieto? Hbirg, Pa- "" Al'"te
KLLEIfS COUGH SYRUP.
Oyer l.ftXMW) bottle, .old. It la the mrt pleasant
.nd popular remedy for Cousba. toWs, . troup.
Hoariui..nd all throat ud Inn dtftatira. )U
talu w for half a century. Uoctor. recommend
.lid urewltw It. J- K. V oilman. Long P. U . 111.,
wr.: "It .avedtny two children froiu the grave
A"l..8immu., of Baltimore. Md.. alijo ':
ill curetbe womt couch Immediately. Ak jour
drum-W or general .ton-keeper fur It and tako no
other, J'rUia. 45c., W., and $1.00 PT bottle. K-nd
"or circular. H. E. Seller. --. Proprietor.
itl.buTg, fa. Barclay Bro.., AgeJUf. Cairo.
yy" K. SMITH, 31. IX
Ofuee and Residence :
Xi) 21 THIRTEENTH STKEKT, CAIRO, ILL.
It. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
trmcn No. l.V. Cernmerclal Avenue, bctweoi
.Eighth and Nluih Strwf
JTjR. W. C JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eljlith Sweet, near Commercial A venae.
g P. WHEELER,
-AOFFICE Ob'.o Levee, bet. Fourth aud Sixth au.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
iiFTICE-Xo. 113 Commercial Avenue.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
OPriCIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Only Merniu? Daily in Southern Illinois,
We are anthorlzed to announce the name of Al
mioCnjiiiii, w intdidale lor City Treasurer ut
ibeem uing citj election.
Sio-ai Orrv-r.. i
Caiiw. lil., Nov, si. i-7. t
Tine. Bur. Ther. Hum. WiuU. Vei. tteullier.
t:ti ti:H. 41 ! N K. 3 CloiuK
:vU W W K. 7 Kair
.'p.m. :'1! :ci b K. ll Fair
:i : ili M U K. 1J floadr
liuiiiiu:n 'IVtuperalure. T.4-: Hiuiuiuui Tim
Pennine,: ; UuwfaU, U.U) Inch.
W. II. HAY,
Scrij't hi,?;l Corp. L. A.
NOTII'E.-TO KllilH IT MAT l.lNl LI1S. TIlC CaifO
Bulletin Co., Kill pay no l il jui.-orl. il by niij of I
itx t-niployex, or any one connected with Tme B"i.- I
l.ariN. uiili-n the .inn: i- made uu a writ u order
.ifiieil by invM-ir, nndthe order mul be attuched to
the bill ttheii priM-nti-d.
,7HS il. (IBK111.T.
Fun the ln-st lintti.ls it ( lmnJ-iii!il"' !
$'tir and Kvw-t M;ish M'hiski'y. o to j
.vkx kki.kth A; IilKJSS.
Yk pl.M'o lii t'iirc tlic n'iijil'i of C.iiro, thi
laU.st iiml ino-t t-."i:it slylcn of custom j
Hindi! hoots ftlld ,-lioi-s. (). HaVTIIoI'.X it (V. '
JIATTKKS OF LOCAL IMl'OIIT.
Mrs. (Jus AViiif ton is in t!i" city.
3Ir. Oln-r'y nunc hum" l,y the lift r
iioi)!i tiviin. yoti-riliiy.
Mr. (i 'or" I'i,--h' r. win Iuih Im-i'Ii aU
w-nt IVoin t!u-city iiwliili-, n tunicil Iidiik;
Two oliji-ijs, in i'.-in:ilc t'.irin,
liave liutuitcil tin.' wL.tii'-lei its tor i-v..Titl
day p:uf. .
t'liarlcy Onyr lias taki-ii pO'-c--ion of
lllH Ili'YV llli-al .-t.'lil.l. OH.- lioor Mjtltll of
Onv Kiitt itt-ky In;nt r hi onht to Cairo,
yesterday inoinin;;, t!i,. dn--c.l can-as , of
-Tom l.o;;:m, Iroiln-r of (;,!). Jjoau
iiinc down from .Iiir;il,y.liort t.) witness
tin1 raco yesterday.
Mr. Tliotnas has a eliilil, less tlmn tlil'-f
mil a IikII' immtlisiild. that is tiiideroin
Hie ordeal of cutting teeth.
We heard it mentioned o:i the streets
yesterday, that the si 1 1 ts-i i ! i ji;s hein'
ni:nlc to the Winter to-iim.inia!, wer- cheer
ful ami liliernl,
Miss Corey, of Xorthwi : rii 1 Ihiois,
arrived liy irain yisleid.iy after
iioiui. She will iid!):il,y remain in
llic city duriivr the whiter, th- -juot, the
while, of Mrs. 1'. . Taylor.
The Iron Mo'intiun mid S:iuthe) road
lirotcrht to Cuiro. ye-Hd.-iy, ten car loads
of Texas cotton, all of which was loaded on
locm-Hof the Illinois Central, and started
-at IiiKt night.
--We have heen reqilested t,, Kly t,llt
111" Hapti.st Sihliatli sehool w;n . jlt .j t (
in Turner Hall, this inorniii!.', at ha'f iust
1 oVlock. It will Ix! held at the salit" time
mi 1 jiliu-e every Suldrnth, uulil notiee is
iven to the contrary.
. Anionii others why iiiiiik to the. city
y est 'rday to witness thu liorsi) nice, we no
ticej deleatinii from CliurlcHton, Island
illc, C'limiiictce, Joneslxiro, Tuluskl, Mound
City, (uxise Island, Hodges Turk, Orecn
tiild's Lauding, Mayflelil Creek, and quite
a number of the staiJ fiinncrs fnm the
"Win. "Winter, the urtist, is turning off a
grant ili'al ol fine work without n-gunl to
the unfavorable condition of tho weather.
Parties desiring pictures need not hesitate
because the sun is not shiuing. Winter's
gallery is so arranged that he always lias
good light and plenty of it. Cloudy weather
does not interfere witk him.
The l'aducah Sun says that Col.Iiwcry
lis alwut concluded to commence the pub
lication of a temperance paper in Cairo
addur that tho Colonel is a gentleman of
more than average ability, and has had ex
perience in tho conduct of newspapers
riwt will be of service to him in his new
enterprise. Personally we know nothing
about the project. We think it quite like
ly, however, that there are quite a number
of temperance men here who would lend
tho Colonel a very enthusiastic support.
The only question to consider being: ore
there euough.of them?
The dwelling house of Mr. Andrew
How, near the neighboring village of Ma
kanda, was destroyed by tire a few nights
ago, Mr. ltow remaining sound asleep until
the roof had commenced tumbling
in upon him. His escape was a very uamiw
one. Sympathizing neighbors congregated
next day, moving another house a distance
of a quarter of a mile or more, placed it
upon the site fniin which the other had
been burued, and invited Mr. How to take
possession and finish the nap that had been
so unceremoniously interrupted.
"We are told that quite a uumlxtr of
Cobdcnites have liecose strongly impressed
by the attractions of Florida the so-called
land of flowers and that some of them are
buying property there. A Mr. Richardson
will leave for that distant region sometime
tliis week, it being his purpose to devote
the winter to the planting of an orange or
ckard, and in otherwise improving his plan
tation there. "We have no experimental
kiiowlidge by which to speak, but, if we
were the owner of Mr. Richardson's Cobden
fnit farm, we wouldn't exchange it for
t!it most productive orange farm in the
stite of Florida.
A Joncsboro preacher accompanied a
eojple of Anna blo-xls in a quail hunt, a
fev days ago, but wouldn't accompany the
sane party again, for all the quail that fed
tiie hildren of Israel. The whirr of quail
was heard, one of the party blazed away,
and L'positod his load of shot in the rev
ercmi gentleman's ear. As the ear was not
hoist I as a sunshade, spread out as a quail
net, or anything 'if that sort, the individual
who f red the shot doerves V be severely
reprimanded for his careless shooting. It
is l'eard, to treat the matter seriously, that
the Inuring of the reverend gentleman h'-is
been jcrmanectiy injured.
The renowned Hnmpty-Dumpty troupe
will lold forth in the Atheneuni to-morrow
eveniig, for one night only. To the for
t umte circumstance that Cuiro is a way
poht on the line of this company's travel,
we owe their appearance here, as the troupe
is too large t make special visits to citits
the mm of C'aim. As to tin-c!iara t -r of
th"perf.,rmances givi-n hy it, we have i.l
reidy fiirni-hed ample testimony troinChi-
c.ii:ij newvpapcrs. It calls out crowded
'i itH-s, and w ins t!i" m -t rapturous ki-
plittis" wherever it gives cxhi Kit ions, and it
is trnt likely that its experience ja Cairo
will le the exception to the t'eiieral rule.
Our advice to our rea h rs is to go. You will
The getting-up of testimonials is par
taking o: th" nature of a mania. We are
ph a.---d flint it is so, however, for the in. in
who, in these s--lli.-h tines, performs his
duty .-imply fur humanity's sake, deserve
c-evej,! recognition. We ate lead to thee
r iir,: kl,v a knowledge of a movement on J
foot il, :iie i.'pper part of the city, to collect i
lu-ii'i y wh r with to jirovide a hali'lsonie j
loM i:i;.hd (or alderman iMinis Foley, j
Mr. I'oli-y was nil attentive and fearless j
im ni'iei of the Hoard of Health, ami is tlie i
only iieiulier of that budv who did not leave J
tie- cl'v curing the prevalence of the recent
i I'i'i, mie. II. lemaiiied ill the cily, per- 1
ioiaied !' duly in a conscientious manner, j
I leriiii ! -il r no rit.- iierv m-il t, i liites ! 1 I , in. I
! -i;' iv villi the performance of any task he
fell hiiih.-lf under oliligations to perforin.
S-n i,"M,f this kind deserve the reeogni-ti'-.'i
lh a i contemplated hy Ml". Foley's
Til" mucli-talki'd of horse race between
Kwivioii's Harlem and Mr, Owen's llulch-
cr li'iy. can IV on the Island course, yes-
terday itl'ternoon, as nearly as is usual, ttc
cor.liiie I,, iii)ointlllellt. Ho mileh tnnii
was eni-iiuivd ill tin- arrangement of pre
liminaries that it was nearly 4 o'clock be
fore th- hors-H started. Fifty feet advan
tage, in st;,,. W;1H neeorded to the Ky
naMnii animal, but Ihis udvaiilagu was
naiily neutralized nt omv. 'h"ii the
llois s ha. I made about one thirl of h"
distance (inn) y.irU being tl(. distant el
Harlem took ih lend and inainluhieil it to
the end, coming out ahead of the Ihitidicr
Hoy four or live lengths. The shout over
the siua i-m of H irlcm Was plainly heard in
lb" city iiiom than a half mile
disianl. mel w is nec-pled lis an intl
iiialion of thi. sn, Ks f thu Cm, itnliii il.
Almut I .'Mo or t..V)D spectators were in the
ground, iiml tint betting was lively, The
two hor.es and tPm in caxh that formed
the principal sink" on the Unteher Hoy.
were turned over to Mr. Kyn iston, will.emt
qtl-sl on Of I'olltHi; tin iv',.,ltl,d ,urties
had cause to tM'jn' for thu result; but t f
the gmunds uixm which they were based
we kuow nothing. As much, probably, us
$.1,000 changed hands on tho result.
With a sincere, paternal solicitude wo
admonish our many-eyed cotemporary to
"go slow." It may he tho better for him in
tho long run.
Conjecture is rife as to whom Sheriff
Hodges will select as his deputy. As we
have been asked that question frequently,
and us the public naturally look to The
Bulletin for information, we feel called
ujKin to say that wo don't know.
The Bulletin oflico was kindly re
membered by Mr. Lewis and lady, The
box of rake was received. The only return
we can offer is an expression of the hope
that the newly married pair have no expec
tations of happiness, that will fail of reali
zation. We have been requested to say, by at
least two of our local preachers, that when
notice is not sent in to the contrary, religi
ous services will be held in their churches
at the usual hours. The same rule will
hold gotxl, we presume, if applied to till
the churches of the city.
Sometime during Friday night, or be
fore daylight yesterday morning, somebody
stole a full cord of tire wood from the va
cant lot, dow n town, near the residence of
Mr. llochnedcl. It is rather surprising that
so much wood two wagon loads could be
placed upon a wagon and hauled away,
without attracting somebody's attention.
We received word, yesterday, of the
death of mother Kenneday, the oldest w hite
resident of Pulaski county. She lived to
see four generations of children, and main
tained to the last an unusual vigor of both
mind and body. Among the children are
Samuel, Baz and Thomas Kenneday, all
residents of Pulaski county, the latter hav
ing rilled the positions of Sheriff aud
County Tn-asurer. to the entire satisfaction
of his fellow-citizens. Mrs. Keuneday was,
at the time of her death, ninety-six years of
age. Her remains were buried in the Villa
Ridge cemetery, last Friday.
Charles J. Trtbus, representing the
Haskell Engraving Company, of St, Louis,
is now in town, and will remain
several days. Mr. Tn-bus iuforms us that
he is authorized and fully prepared to fur
nish estimates and receive orders for anything
in their line, which is principally as fol
lows: Wood engraving, such as cuts of
buildings machinery, trade marks, etc.
Seals of notaries, courts, lodges, corpo a
tions. and other purposes. Every descrip
tion of rubber and metal hand stamp, also
self inkers and datcrs. All rubber stamps
guaranteed for three years. Sieel stamps
for stamping tools, steel n!pli!ilct.s and lig
ures of all si7.es, that will stamp steel and
iron. Every steel stamp is warranted.
Burning brands, dixir plates, badges,
checks, etc. Stencil brands for merchants,
miilers, or other pu. poses. Perfect satis
faction guaranteed, otherwise no pay is
asked. Any person in want of anything in
his line w ill do well to giv hin, a t..,!( ;i
the Arlington House.
At as early an hour as ten o'clock, yes
ter.l-iy morning, crowds had col'ected in
m.iny of th" bar-rooms of the city, todi.--
cit.-s the pending I, or-.' lace. ' -penally
w..s this the ease in the upper part of the j
city. Of course w here tiiere are n:en and j
w hisky, and an exciting topic of convcrsa- j
tion, r-omebody is sure to get drunk; and j
where there are drunken men there is v; ry
apt to be a light. This, at all events, was
the ca-e with an uptown crowd alxmt one
o'e'ex k yesterday afternoon. A stranger in j
the cily, sober, and a resident, drunk, were i
the parties to a m ry lively rumpus that j
la-t"d several minutes. The out come of 1
th tu.-sle was to be seen in railu-r a badly'
banged up citizen. He W as Well bespattered
with blood; but was not, it Was thought, j
seriously injured. Wlcn our r -porier s iv
hiiii, he was bemoaning the absence of bis '
Iriends, and avowing1, in a most ariim it.-l
manner, a purpose to retcw the condici the
vi ry instant h" obtained suioiiile backing, j
-The wharf and river yesterday ai'ler-j
noon, presented a scene of business ii',; and 1
activity that is never seen in Louisville, I
Mvan-vilh' or I'adiii i.h, mid but rarely in (
Cairo. Lying at the lauding, and wilhin j
an easy range of eyesight, were fourteen
steamers and tugs, and barges and family
boats without number. From the stone
depot to llalliday's warehouses, the wharf
seemed lined with steaiiiboals, wharf-boats
and barges, each and every one of which
gave out hums of industry, that were more
musical than the linest airs ever played by
(iilinnre or lodnworth. ' The Cily ol
Shreveport, not satisfied with the two
thousand tons of freight on board, was bus
tling in more, al the rate of a ton a minute.
Locomotives were dashing hither ami
thither, adding tint noise of their eur-dis-tractiiig
whistles to the din, loaded drays
rallied over the wharf, business men. wore
a hurried uir- thu scene, in short, was a ur
tial relitigation of the sanguine predictions
we were all wont to iiululg ', when, eight or
ten years ago, we wen; looking ahead to thu
completion of our present railroads.
A i.ahv in our neighborhood who had
Mil'Vi -e,i for over Ihreu months the most ex
treme loritircby a violent, cough, lint b.t
come coinplet 'iy cured by Dr. Hull's Cough
Syrup. For sale In every i.'nig n'e-rc.
Wsntki).-,Vn experienced white girl
wa'il d ul S, P. Wheeler's.
A. IIm.i.y is the principal dealer in stove,
tinware, I'ti',, (if C liro, His Mock is the
largest and liuest ever 'ollcr-d In Southern
Itlitem, and his pticcN me us low as the
Kins Kikolk La""i, Nov. 3'), 1H78.
Having given entire satinfuction as my
ageut in distributing my Toys and Holiday
Presents last year, I havo 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 me to attempt to
name all, but will trust to you to make a
suitable display. ' Yours truly,
Caiiio, Nov. 25th, 1878.
Col. Hants Claut;
Yours of the 2;)rd inst. to hand and con
tents noted. I am thankful for the com
pliment you have paid me by apisiinting
me your agent again this year, and as the
quantity of goods you intend to ship me
will require morn room, I have rented the
large store of Dr. Wardner, which I will
use exclusively to display your Holiday and
Christmas presents, and will open about the
1st of December and will inform all of
our citzens and children, and I know they
will all call to see you. Yours, Truly,
Dam el H autmax.
Jackson county is full of lakes and
some of the lakes arc literally alive with
ducks, geese and swan. It might pay some
of our Cairo Niiurods to make a hunting
tour thither making a week's stay, and
shipping their game home via the narrow
gauge, Illinois Central and Mississippi
river. Sam Hewitt, of Carbondale, visited
Big Lake, near Grand Tower, last Thurs
day, aud shot a trumpeter swan, white as
the driven snow, and without spot or blem
ish, that measured, from tip to tip, full
eight feet. Our old friend Ackennaii says
that this wonder of a bird will be taxider
micated, and placed on exhibition at the
S. I. Normal buiiding.
The Jackson (Tenn.) Sun administers
a rebuke to Cairo, because, as the Sun
alleges, our authorities force tramps to
leave the city, and give them free ferriage
across the river; and yet, while doing this,
they fine every sieamlioatman and railroad
conductor that brings one into the city, the
sum of fifty dollars. Nolxaly was ever
fined one cent for bringing tramps into
Cairo. They come at pleasure, and leave,
as they leave every other community, when
they are compelled to leave. There is no
other rational wry, that occurs to us, to deal
with the non-Iaboting tramp. It Jackson
has adopted a different and more success
ful line of action, we shall be ph-itsed to
h ar fruit her.
A stranger approached a railroad man
yesterday; confe-sed that he had been
drunk, the night before, and declared that
while in that condition, somebody robbed
him ot his coat, pants, vest, hat and boots.
"else,'' continued he, ''w hv in the do vou
suppose I would appear in Tills garbf" at
the same time exhibiting tlr; clothing he
wore, which was worth about P; cents.
Having said thi.-:, he plead most piteoii.-ly
for twenty-live cents, candidly saying that
he wanted to buy whisky that the effects
of ids spree were killing h'm. lie was re-fi:-e..
He then b -gg d for ..n to! r for
s"in '.lilie.' to cat. Tiii v;.t rlv ti I him:
but ',oW many bout's he plodded the streets
ill a vi.irrort to sell the order, this depo
nent s.:.';h tot. For aught we know to the
contrary, In- may be up-m tic market yet.
I.il.'ie cans "s are often responsible for
big l-e-llln. One day last Week ll Cobden
man, with malice aforethought, killed his
neighbor's goo?.c. The neighbor ntaliated
by killing the goose. killer's dog. Two or
three lays uflerward the two neighbors
lie t ; tle ie was a glare, a snarl, and a bail
smrm of blows under which one of tlietn
w nt down, with a black eye ami a bloody
lice. Neighbors of these neighbors to&
sides, oii'i side insisting that the retaliation
sleaild have b'"ii limited to a goo"; thai
th" life of a dog w as worth more thari the
life of a goose, and that th" dog-kitler's ob-.-cured
optic, and bloody prolnwis o;i!v
made things even. Of course there were
other neighbors who warmly dls-.-nted from
this eonelil, ion ; mid thus was the good
f '.-.'ling ol' the whol" in ighborhood marred
quit" as much as was the shapelincs of the
Wau! Waii! What has the war with
England and Afghanistan got to do with
10 lbs. white N. O. smjar
13 lbs. light brown N. O. sugar.
5 lbs. choice, Uio eoll'ee
8 lbs. good Uio entice
'2 lb cans tomatoes, best 10c
Yarmouth coin,bet '. . l."ic
'() bars soap, good, I lb. each 100
Starch per pound ."ic
and all other goods way down,
FinhTka a Si'itci.M.TV. We have one
of the largest, best and freshest stocks of
groceries in town, and will sell as low, if
not lower than liny house In (''siro. . (live
us it call and don't forget lite place.
We also have a stock of toys that w ill be
sold al c'isl to cbi'.e oul,
I'rmsiV; Ibitti, The Popular (Irocers. j
Cor.' I light h Struct and Washington Avenue,
Fill the best California llrandies and
Wiitls. goto Sro(i;i'i,i-:'i it & Ibioss.
tine of West Mi'os., tine
O. II V'I IIOIIN it Co.
largest and best stock , of stoves
and till articles pertaining to the
at prices to suit the purchaser, at
. A. Il.vi.l.v s.
And all who wouKI like) to iIivm rour feet w ill uinl
cnll your Ml 1 1' ll t Win tu ear lui'ee
IM!!; AV11 A'lVTi;i
xxiiiu xuu' niivimi
-loot, unit Shoe, form isliiry.i licm In ewry min'i
wliern von i'u iiiiri-liahutu le Iwh iulviintieu.
nmilit UiHitH unil Shoes vruru hoi". Iy olitiiliilng i
H OUT run Dili L'llultn lent Iv. Hllll nt one.. riii,rlin
olituliiocl i-lai-whi-ru. Ifnvltnr tin. only tot.liii.iv.1 hi Imuw. with lull aeriuicut, In tins'
city, sad bnvliiK otir k)iiiI only rrom initnafutlii.-rn, wo Imvu tli iilillity uud urn
DETE11MIXE I) TO UXDEKSEI.L ANY 1KI ?E IX SOUTIIEIIX ILLINOIS !
We lavltv a coiti;n.rlxoii of cur piods, unit
D 1 F V C ( ) S I P V: T ITU) N !
We ire hIwsj h iiluaM.-d iu show our koimIm. ami roquet you to tnke a little, lime 0 , a a,1(i ,
illllVruut etyli-n . Viu tin eln
Men's Winter Boots, (iond Article, ut
Men's r.roguiw, JHiulile Soled, Full Stock
Men's Calf Tit'H, Mee Slioe
Men's Cull' Doni Pedro :
Hoy's Wear from :'."i to 50 cents i'er Tuir l,t
Youth's Kip lioots '
t'liiltls' Kip Hoots
Ladies' Morocco Sewed Shoes
Ladies' Morocco or Kid, Sewed, Side Luce
Ladies' Morocco or Kid, Sewed, Hutton
.Misses' Shoes from 25 to 50 Cents Less
Children's Morocco or Kid Slux's, three to seven
Children'!! Morocco or Kid Shoes, seven to ten
Wc are ofl-i-rin vp.-cliil Imliioetncnli. on our Custom Mmlfl Ilnml Work Tor Imh, ami (ii nll.-iii. n. Brl
liavu h xuliMiUld liiiu of Kri-nrti Kid nd.l' Kill Itnttuu uui Sells Line KIim-h with
I'lotli Topn aud I'ri'iii'h Coui nvu Uinir. nt l,uw rrii-un. Jut out, and "tvlUli.'
A. ULACIC, 11 ( ) COMM K 1 iC I A I, A.V K.
ruiKxix iinn; stoue.
) I IG N I X DRUG STORK,
COK.COMMKKCIA I, A V. AN I ) KI JIITEKNTI I ST.,
m). E. 0'HAltA, Proprietor,
I14 nippllcU iili a full i-t.:k of Kph I)nie. Metlli-tm-n aid ('hi mlealu of untlotilitcd purity.
Alio Toilet Simps. IVrfuuiKry, ISriichftf. etc.. and a Full Mninf all tbe popular I'ati ut Kanillr U-
tines ol tlic day.
tf-Kspecial Care unit Attention ulven to the rDiiipoiiiulinsof physicians' ire.rrlitinns.
CAN I.MAC.INATI0N KILL?
It K M All K A I! I.K (' 11 NCI DKj C K
A young drunkard in New Hedford was
si penitent after a long spree that, on ap
pearing before bis employer, hednipped on
his knees and begged to Im; shot, offering to
i ' 'It his own death warrant. His fellow
clerks solemnly drew up n document pur-
porting to authorize the execution, made
the still dazed debauchee sign it, put a re
volver at his head and exploded a harmless
tire-cracker behind hint. It was fun for tin
jokers, but came very near being ileath to
the nervous victim. New York Sun.
A number of years ago a like prank w as
played in Cairo, upon n young man who
was suspected of belonging to a gang of
horse thieves. He looked like the sort of
a fellow that could be scared into a con
fession; but Icj it'Mitlv refuei..! to Hi-ike mil
disclosures. Finally, one of his captors in
sist'd upon killing him unless he un
bosomed himself, since he was nothing but
a horse thief anyhow. Tic otlc's
agre"d. removed bim to a room, b'.iiei.ig 'd
hi ey-s. and one of th'- pally, previa;; the
lilll..'e of a revolver ag.--.in.-t I. is temple,
st 'ppedback a paivor Uvo, and swore by
everything in heaven and on earth, that he
would lire unless the captiv confessed, and
gave away bis confederates. The susiioeted
man still refused; "time" was called, the
harmless contents of the pistol were dis
charged with a loud report, and tic; captive
fell to the iloor, t.incying, no doubt, that a j
ball had L'"iie crushing throiei his brain, j
instead of the light tap he had received i
horn the ir.il of one of Lis captor's fore- j
lingers. To all appearances he was it dead I
Man, and hours clap.-d liclorc lie was re
stored to eoiiscioit ;ue,j, M -ituw hile t'e ac
tors in the pice" of fiolisluiess began to
speculate how they could b"-t escape
tile les,onsibiiitv of the ll;;'y al'.dr: aud fur
i,t cm st iiit :ippi'ch"ii.-io!i thai ile y wi-tibl
be held to answer for a inni h gi.tver olfeiise
than that of which I hey Misp: cted tin ir vic
tim. Hut tii" I'. l'.o'v liiniiiy ;,ot w.'H, and
although he nev i- couf the
I S eleniv
was aimos'. cone lu-uv that
of town with
a scret, th knowledge
of which would have enabled our author-
it if- to break Up one of the boldest bands of
horse thieves that ever infested southeast !
The following isa list of Mteis re
inaining in the post olliec at Cairo uncalled
for November HOth, ISTH; ('oilman Jennie;
Dixon Moliie: Horsey Nancy; Iray luliu;
Hoar Ellen; Heart Ellen; Iligdon Florence;
Lincoln ('.: Milchell Nancy; Mel, mii Car
rie; McDonald Addict 1'ark Sue;
I'arkcr Anna; I'urcell Jennie; l'elers
Kill; l'olici'lsou Amelia Ann; ltoden
Millia; Smith .laiifi ('.; Siuilh Mamie; Tes
sier Lilly; Tyler Maggie; Victor A'.'elia;
Wells Matlie; Ward Sarah; Hell J. W.;
liiue.s Jiunes; ll.tker 11. A.; llendcr ( lias.;
liailey iV liro.i Coiinelley Tims.; Drink
water I'erry; Dalloti II. S.; Denton J. II,:
Decker Henry; Davis David; Downing A.;
Freeman Calvin; (buy Wallace E.; (idles-
pie 1'. II. ; (lerman Irving S.; Hayde
i ii i i ti ''i ,'
James: lla-.ly Hubert; Hogaii ll thy;
Jones Hubert; Kobler Peter; Lull!. ford (J.
II.; Leutinger M.; MeCay Jam 's; Milhr
Jus. F.; Miller .'. Jiruee; Moss Ode; May
bin William;' "Martin John D.; M irtin
Hairy; Marlln Ualph ; Oiiv.T M.
W. ; I'urcell P.; Kignci' Frank ;
Hecliman J. II. ; Saymiui Aartm F.;
Stone Bentley ; Suter Chas. U.; Stone E. II. ;
M-cliants, Met lianics
I" for n cnir.ll t) it it ii ti 1 of iniiiiij, wq wls's i0
hUk !( mi
uiie usmriini'in or our
TJiiKrivi lYii ii 1 1 iT.ii' i
nuio a Mi ftllUIV .
i.x't.. It ! UI bo it mailer af lonMi.le, (!,,
Wu him i.i'i..n.,n.a o, .i... . . . ' , "iM
imwiHoI liiiiltle.M lino ami nuifei t mh ' I
r,, n, ... i ..... ',"'""' a
$1.75 to t.'lT,
! Stone E H.; SimondsJ. L.; Smith Henry;
I Smith Ketiry; Smith .1. H.;Schomat yJol.n;
, c .....I.... tii.ii:.. i . o i. n-i.. .. i . n-i. . .
otioiy i iiiiiji ii., natioiTs inns a.j ill! rp
Win.; 'llo!npson Wiley; Thomiwiii Geo.
W.i Ttyior Iicmuel; Vulby Williaut;
Yatighi John: AVilson Alfred; Wri.-ltt
Joe L.; Weardy Il. prj- A.; Walker J. W.;1
j Winter. Saint,: Wlielan Willie; Wcl l-ii
I LTIMATl'.M REACHED!
in dead cimicst ! He drops a thunder'''!:
in the way of
LOW EI! PIUCLS!
A clean sweep made. The public b 1 '
No trash offered as a decoy. I htve
.-pac to mention only a few articled:
Men's (Jrey Overcoats
':is-imere Ihls'inesi Suits,
timid Cassiuiere I'ants,
III Ohio Levee.
i.()lTU 15A K KUV."
F.iulitli Slii'cf. liearCoiiiiiiefciitl Avea.
V. LF.SCll, I'uni'iiii.rou.
tt :i -. i le.' fl.il'l"i' u r.M-iV- lia'sep-. it'll! -'t -i:r-i
( l,e - M. lut.'.n I'iis.'i iii i li.o .:.'. I inn pr
caki:s u!' i:i:;:v pksi'IMI'Tion.
Irieii tie- cLi.p.'-! lotle'iae-t elul'ornti' Uil'd. .
,t,le l.,r tk.e.ii.e. I.el- ,lr Hl.ll (ill tfil.lis
I Ur. iel. I''es m.il "'mi ry. ul ll.- -.t-ry lei-t rv
! nr'lers wl'l lie 'ircmi.i.v liMe l. , i, lit, , w e.
Mill Mill ihiiiv to uli p-ilti- i -I tie illy l"T l!i hi .-:!, -
U.eillllllill Ol l'l'"t'MHer
A .liuif t.fllic puhlie'r i:itron::-.- in .!;t-il. :
- ill-: icliou eieiriiiili i'il.
M on nf i 'S :ir r uf
iiii! vs. kn..
cum mi: lit i a i. a :. a-iv.-e,, pin n a!l i
SIXTH MS., fAIIJll. II. I..
Hi 'KM'. MViJ'.INii n perliilt;'. i-i:.Iitti .' of
l.lliils of velili e-s lien" 1 ' l I . V lll.ii ell seer', .
tl.'i'.-Hl the loi;l pie !l le l il-t.
T IN Y DFMKil'.s 'IbiH l'i'.
ONI NKiHT OXLV.
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Pniiiiniiliiiii r.-n , tnl tinini.ti'd (.uiiipiu.y,
I (lie ir; on I oih.'liiul rlon
! i ; i.o. ll. apvjh i
Ami ii p vi:riimlilii:iili'.i of Ti nl.v rtvo
Ptiiittmilnie iiml , Spei lalty SI.ii j.
ADMISSION n- Ifteil IM'S'CttVKn Ml Trl
mile st II .' K. I'AUIOMl'M (,'ITV lltiOK STilK.