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THE DAILY (UIKO HULLKTIN; TUESDAY MOUMMI, ATUIL 1, 1S70.
H. BKYANT, M. D.
OKKICE: Klghih mid Wschlnstun Avenue.
RKHlBENCK:-C'oruer, Nlnetwiuh ind Win-le
II. MAKEAX, M. 1).,
Homeopathic riiysiciau and Surgeon.
iss CommiTclnl svontie. Ke-id.-iice rnrncr
Koi.rt.elilh St. au-l WwUlnBtmi gv. ime. i mro
H. SMITH, M.D.
OHiee hiiiI Kelilfuet :
HO. SI TIMIITKENTH hTHEET. CA1HO. 1 1.1.
J)U. K. W. W1I1TLOCK,
imn-X. m mmnwUI Avenue, betww-n
Etthth nd Minn ffifi-
jQR. W. C. JOC'.m:n.
iPTK-K-Kil)tb Street. m(eHlniie.
J INEOAlt it LANSDKX,
OFFICE -So. 113 Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OWIC1AL I'AI'EKOK ALEXAXDEK fOfXTV.
OnTyiToruinir M'' Sou tlioriI III nols.
We ire authorized to atinoiinre that 1'aM.S B
Tmiitlewoou if a candidate for tu utttcc of Major.
Wt are authorized to announce mm u.i.i
Hudiucks will be a candidate at tnc i'dmiile m
Wiion for the office of City Attorney.
We are authorized to announce the nam? f P. C.
Bckh an a candidate for the office of City Attorney
We are authorized to annor.ncc the name rf At
nwuii!iui at a candidate lor City 'j restorer at
Ibe enaning city tlectiou.
We are athorized to announce the name of Wal
m l, Bhiktol ae a candidate for the office or Clt
Treasurer, at the enduing charter election.
r . ntn.i.it tn annonnrc that Milm W.
Pabki ! a candidate, at the enduing city election.
for the office of City 1 reasurer.
P.ntToBlU-u.ms: l'leaie announce that I am a
adidte for the office of City Treasurer, at me
aiiproachlug city election,
' r " Edward Dizonu.
We areaathoriicd to announce that V. M. Ward
k a candidate for the office of City Treasurer, at the
pending city election.
vc iithnr!j.i.d to announce W. F. SmrcKltlta
a candidate f..r City Clerk at the approaching
We are authorized to announce Loci L. Davh
m B candidate for City Clerk at tne eDouiLK n.u
We are authorized to announce Jon B. Phii.i.im
a a candidate for re election to the office of City
Hark at the approaching municipal election.
ta a candidate for the office of City Clerk, at the en
aming city election.
We are authorized to announce that Dennis J.
Folkt l a candidate, at the entitling city election
tor the office of City Clerk.
pOR ALDERMAN FIRST WARD
MicriAiaJ. Howurrina candidate for Alderman
(or the First ward.
aLDERM AN SECOND WARD.
We are autliorized to announce that ('. H. Woon
vaunt a candidate fur the office of Alderman from
the Second ward.
We are authorized to announce that Cm,. Jons
Wood will he a candidate, at the ensuing election,
lor Alderman from the Third Ward.
4 LDERMAN -FOURTH WARD.
We are authorized to announce that Daniki. J.
Galuoan is a caudidntc at the ensuing election,
lor Alderman from the Fourth ward.
LDERMAX -FIFTH WARD.
W arc authorized to announce Ciiam.m Lav
caatkk aaacandldute for re-election to the office
f Alderman for the Fifth ward.
Skinai Orrvr.. I
Caiko. III., .March 31, IKTtf. f
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
: a m Wi ns
11:11 " SKMtt
J -46 " !iJ.S
Maximum Temneratnre. 60;
perature, 43; Rainfall, 0.00 Inch.
W. H. RA 1 ,
Serg't Signal Coriw, V. S. A
Head C. Kuch's "Boot ami Shoe ndver
fiscmcnt on tir.st pa'a this litorning.
Mrs. Walter Morse luff the city Sun
day, for DytNshur', Tennessee where she
will hereafter reside.
Calling Cards printed in new seript,
package of 23 for L'5 rents, next oO days,
t the Bcllktix ofliee.
If. II. Camlet! represents some of t lit;
aoundest insurance companieslife ami
fire in the United States.
If you want to pass a pleasant evening
and witness u tirst-elus performance, gtn
Harry Walker's Theatre Couiujue.
During the 2i hours ending 'i p. in.,
yesterday, the river fell 4 inches, leaving a
depth of 32 feet above low watermark.
A wretched white woman was strolling
altmit the city Sunday night, with one of
the most rtillianly river negroes that fre
Cairo. Chess Haines, the Ws cooper in the
Egyptian mills cooper shops, is. after quite
wvere sp'dl of sickness, iiW.il the streets
Smokers agree that the Imposition five
crut cigar is superior to any other brand
kept in Cairo, and sold for five cents.
Wicliurt sell them.
Tho Exposition cigar, sold by G. G,
Wichert, Vashington avenue, near Four-
teroth, is undoubtedly the best live ceiu
cigar to be hud in the city.
The choicest Bock Beer in Cuiro to
Hay will be lound on tap at tho City Brew
try. Call around and sample it. Others
may have ft very fair article; lut J'"
want the best, you can only tind it ut tho
City Brewery. Bear this in mind.
Cast your eye over the list of com
panies represented by Wells & Kerth,
make your selection and take out your
policy. You can't strike a poor company.
We would like to call nttention to the
advertisement of the Farmer's Tobacco
Warehouse, but we can't. "There is none
so blind, etc." They don't want to employ
an extra clerk.
C. Hanny is stocking up with new
ijoods. He has a full supply f everything,
both groceries and dry goods. He knows
the value of advertising mediums ami -advertises
in Tiik Bulletin.
Ifyou arc uncertain where to go for
tine wines and liquors, don't hesitate any
longer. Either of the great wholesale
houses of Stoekrleth & Bross or It. Smyth
& Co., has what you want.
Old Trim's" news items are cheerfully
accorded room in our columns; but wc beg
to suggest to him that we inflict upon our
readers all the political and religious litera
ture their mental stomachs will retain,
Mr. B.F. Blake is the owner and dri
ver of a very comely and sensible business
turn-out it is light, strong, trim-built,
and just the thing for the uses for which it
is desig ned. It is, we hear, th handiwork
ot Carl Peters.
The sipe-water accumulated in the
commons west of the custom house quite
rapidly during Saturday and Saturday night
but not noticeably since then. It manifestly
came through the sewers, as it carried quite
as much sediment as the river water itself.
Said a prominent railroad man to our
collector, yesterday: "Put me down tor
The Bcllktis again. To tell the truth
it is the only newspaper in Cairo." "We put
him down" cheerfully, and value his good
-The New York Store is a steady patron
ofTiiE Bulletin's advertising clumns.
Their card is always before the people and
their trade is simply immense. They keep
the largest stock and the greatest variety of
any establishment iu the West.
N. A. Devor'o andC. Lame arc engaged
in the construction of the new sidewalk on
Washington avenue a'sive Twelfth street.
They have uot forgotton how to build side
walks well and rapidly, if they are, jointly,
but not severally, one 'hundred and twenty
Fcuchter & Schwanitz, 'at the City
Brewery, have just received a lot of Bock
Beer that is conceded to be the best in the
Cairo market. Hence those who would
drink cf the best that is to le had, and u
really prime article, must drop in at the
As it is a matter that concerns tho
voters of Cairo who, without the informa
tion we are about to impart might be led
astray we feel called upon to remark that
the It in Justus It. Cunningham's name,
stands for Kiijht. That fixes it. The man
who embodies Justus and Right in his very
name is not apt to go worng as our city at
torney. Tho four new star adverti.-ed on the
bills of the Theatre Comiqun, last evening
appeared and made a decided hit. The
beautiful Cory sisters, Minnie and Ada,
made quite a hit. as did also Harry Kvans
and Miss Emm Evans in their specialties.
Miss hlla Arnold also fame iu for her share
of applause. The entertainment was of the
In these tine's there is no surer or
quicker method of making money than to
invest a few hundred dollars in stock spec
ulation. Alex. Frothingham it Co., brok
ers, 12 Wall Street, New York, arc reliable
and experienced brokers, and have been
the means of realizing large amounts for
many of their customers. Their Weekly
Financial lteport is sent free.
Profrsssor Mary Salford-Blake, M.O., de
livered the valedictory before th(! faculty,
at the sixth annual commencement of the
Boston University School of Medicine, on
fifth of March, ultimo. The meeting was
held in Tremont temple, and was, of course,
hugely attended. The matter is mentioned
in Harper's Bazar, of week after next, now
in the hands of its readers.
Again the sisters of Lore t to return
thanks to the noble citizens of Cairo, and
the members of the tire companies, for the
heroic and brave conduct displayed (luring
their recent sad lohs. The sympathy muni
tested by each and every one, calls forth
their most grateful acknowledgment.
That God may bless and prnspei the incr-
ous citizens, is the prayer of the sisters of
If yon see young gentlemen looking
up inquiringly into the heavenB, to-'Jay,
don't look up too; or if anybody sends you
on atrip to some other part of the city, don't
you go. uon t pick' up nuntlles or packa
ges, or even pocket books; unit especially
don't kick old hats you may see lying on
the sidewalks. As surely us you fail to
heed this advice, somebody will indulge in
a hearty haw', haw! ut your stupidity: for
rememlier this is the M day of April, or
I lie opinion having been expressed
that, after a couple of years residence in the
Cullom house in Springfield, Mr. Oberly
will hardly feel inclined to return to his
Cairo home in The Bi'LLktin building, the
very partial editor of the Pope County
Democrat says: 'There will hardly be any
necessity for Mr. Oberly 's return to Cairo
under six years. Probably at the expire-
ion of the two years spoken ot Gov. Cul
lorn will move back into his elegant private
resilience, and Gov. Oberly will take pos
session of the State mansion.'
Prof. Sanders' oil painting; "Youth
on the Stream of Time sees Castles in the
Air," is line, alike in conception and exe
cution. It is a subject, interesting as a
whole and complete in detail. No pel sou
who has a thought lor tho beautiful tmd
sentimental, can scan it with indifference
if he wohM, It may be seen, for a time,
on exhibitiou Mr. B. V. Parker's book
We have met several gentlemen from
the Iruit regions of Southern Illinois, lately,
and they all agreo that quite n respectable
beginning for a peach cmp passed the cold
snap all right. If one half the bloom
bring forth fruit, the trees will not sup
port it. The apples were not sufficiently
advanced to suffer. This is unexpected in
telligence, but none tho less gratifying on
Acording to The Bulletin announce
ment column, there is one, and only one
candidate for alderman in each of the City's
rive wards. This will uever do. There
will be no fun without competition, and
competition created by one man never
amounts to much. If other gentlemen arc
ambitious for aldermanic honors, half the
battle Is won when their candidacy is an
nounced in Thk Bulletin;.
It should not be forgotten that Judge
Geo. W. Wall is not a candidate for the
Supreme Judgeship, iu opposition to Judge
Mulkey; but a candidate for Circuit Judge
in the Third Judicial circuit. The only
candidate avowedly in the field
for Supreme Judgeship is Judge
Mulkey. Judge Wall has publicly
disavowed any intention to run,
and is I warm supporter of Judge M.
A fuely executed portrait a most ex
act, and almost "speaking likeness," of our
late widely-known and much rsteenied fellow-citizen,
William H. Morris, can bo
seen in the studio of lV)f. Fred Sanders,
No. 7 City National Bank building. The
many friends and acqaintances of the la
mented Morris will doubtless avail them
selves of the Professor's invitation, he here
by extends to one and all, to come and
A white woman, in a beastiv state of
intoxication was taken to the calaboose,
yesterday, by constable McAllister, She
was accompanied by a negro man, upon
whom she bestowed the most endearing
m ines calling him her soul, her idol, and
tli; best of his kind. At the calaboose door
slie hung upon his breast, and begged that
sunc one would kill her, right there while
she was happy. It is to be greatly regret
ted, perhaps, that somebody didn't comply
with her request.
On the evening of the second day of
the Mt. Vernon district conference, to be
held in Chester April 29th to May 1st, the
Her. W. F. Whituker, of the M. E. church,
of tliis city, will read u paper, treating of the
"Modern Dance," and answering the oft re
peated interrogatory, "Should Christians
engage in it." As the minutes of the pro
ceedings of the conference will be publish
ed, many of Mr. W's. Cairo friends, who
will not be present to hear the paper read,
tin canvass the views expressed hereafter.
Interest in the pending city election i
nii.iiifest'y on the increase. The claims ot
tiie several candidates are being passed
with considci able industry, ami, now and
then, gentlemen fall into the betting mood.
The contest, as between the two candidates
for the Mayoralty, is languid. The greater
interest is developed in the race for the City
Clerkship. The chances of the several
gentlemen who are ambitious to handle tin;
city's funds, are being talked over with
some animation; but, thus far the main in
terest has centered in the race for the
Squire Osboru has taken an active
part in the work in securing relief for Mrs.
Bond, the sick stranger taken in by Mr.
W. H. Whittaker, of the Court House ho-
He circulated a subscription paper,
and secured, in small donations, the sum of
$0.20, which he handed over to her yester-
lay. This sum will provide her with med-
mines, and relieve other wants oi a very
pres.-ing nature. Meanwhile other efforts
will be put on foot to raise means to semi
her forward to her relatives, who, if we
mistake not, live in Ohio; but are too poor
to assist her. I he charity bestowed is
Mr. Bush enters the lield as a candi
date for the office of City Attorney. Wo
are not personally acquainted with Mr.
Bush; but have been told that he is u gen
tleman of good natural sense, very respect
able acquirement, and that In; H unfile
iently versed in the, intricacies of the low
to fill the office to which he aspires quite
acceptably. He is a mechanic. hiiiI having
closely devoted hinmelf to his trade, ho is
not generally known throughout the city;
but he will doubtless wait upon the sov
ereigns before election day, ami give such
as do not now know him, an opportunity to
judge of his claims and fitness.
Considerable anxiety whs f,.t Sunday
evening for the fate cf two boys who h"1'
crossed the river in a skiff during the 'ore
noon, and ventured back in tin: evening,
during the prevalence of a stiff breeze that
made the river quite rough, . (.ort.ll wo
man became almost frantic, tmd drew
quWc a crowd to the bank of the river; but
as theru ws no skiff at hand, her appeal
that somebody save the children, pisacd un
heeded. Meanwhile tho little shavers
were pulling manfully, and the first greet
ing the lookers-on received from them was
"aint this bully." They held the idea that
they had subjected themselves to uny peril
as utterly preposterous, and were loth to
leave the old skiff, after they had reached
the shore riding the waves was such
The piercing shrieks of a child called
quite a number of neighbors to the New
York store corner Sunday evening. A
wagon with two horses attached ,had been
lett standing near the corner, and a little
negro boy, finding the unimals quite gentle,
ventured in close enough quarters t rub
one of the hind legs. While thus engaged
the animal moved, nnd put its hoof down
on one of the negro child's barn feet, and
held it there until assistance came. As the
first person to arrive was a negro woman,
she attempted to push the horse off of the
child's foot, but the animal bracing against
her, made matters worse a fact of which
the intensified shrieks of the little sufferer
gave due notice. When finally released
the little lcllow's foot was badly bruised,
but it was thought that no bones were
A colored man w ho lives in the vicini
ty of the custom house, is the victim of
much domestic infelicity. On Sunday
evening last he left his home, walked off a
distance of a couple of hundred yards.
perhaps, aud returning iu a half hour, di
covered inefragible proof of his w ife's in
fidelity, and gathering n stout stick he be
labored the smutty-hued lothario and hi
faithless spouse with a vigor that made a
welt or bruise respond to every blow. Tin
masculine offender finally managed to es
cape, but he carried away a h 'iid w ith him
that will not quit aching for a week to
come. The guilty wife is doubtless troubled
with aches and bruises also, but she was
sparc, somewhat, because, as t'.ie injured
husband puts it, it went -greatly 'gint his
grist to larrup a woman."
A lady from an Ohio river town ar
rived in Caiio Sunday in search of hT
brother-in-law, who is known as a hard
working and circumspect individual who,
for several years, has maintained a connec
tion with the river carrying trade. The
lady in question said that her siter, i the
individual's wife) had been sick fur some
time, and that, having fa i let I to hear from
her husband, had given way to fears that
some mishap had bcfulh n him, or that he
had concluded to abandon his family. The
lady desired to know the best or the worst
and with that in view invoked the aid of
tho police. The police could give no in
formation : but knowing the man in ques
tion, by reputation at least, expressed the
belief that the lady's fears were groundless.
The inquiry will be pushed, however, until
something more definite has been learned.
While Tom Dolson, a colored man,
was passing along Thirteenth street near
the residence of Mr. John H. Beeeher Sun
day, a ferocious dog dashed out of orient the
neighboring enclosures, and seizing hint by
.the leg, inflicted most painful and serious
injuries. The flesh was badly torn and
lacerated, and it was with utmost ditliculty
.1.... .1 i i t i.- i i
I uuu tin; i;iciu! oriuu uoiini oe cnos.e'1 on.
j The tlog did not belong to Mr. Beeeher and
j it was not known to belong to the nei:rh
i hood. It was a large and powcrtul hrute,
and had its victim been a child, the const;
quciices would have been terrible. The
police should hunt up the vicious creature
and kill it. Dogs that attack people pass
ing along the sidewalk can't be made too
P. S. We have .-.ince learned that liai
son was in Mr. Beecher's yard, and that the
dog was not at fault.
Taniaroa temperance people have put
a temperance ticket in the field, ami the
contest is waxing warm. Taniaroa may
prove tin exception, but nothing but disaster
to the temperance cause has followed such
contests elsewhere. It is invariably the
case that considerable per cent of temper
ance men refuse to take part in in such
contests, even after they are inaugurated.
Other temperance men dare not do so, and
thus divisions are brought about among
men who, otherwise, would dwell together
in harmony. Scores of useful temperance
organizations have been disrupted iu this
way estrangements created that could
neither bo healed, nor softened down.
When the auti-tcmperance gauntlet is
thrown down.then it may. safely be picked up;
but alt experience has proven that munici
pal fights enforced by over-zealous temper
ance men. have uniformly had a disasteruus
Within a stone's throw of the post of
fice are a number of hovels, soino of them
occupied by poor white and black trash,
whose chief fault is that they are alive und
persist in living, aud some of them occu
pied by white and black trash that is
chargeable with faults of a much graver
ch iracter. Into one of these hovels on
Sunday evening last, a couple of river men,
excited with liquor, made their appearance,
and commenced kicking things over at a
lively rate, They had succeeded in
creating confusion very badly confounded,
when a third steamboiitmun made his ap
pearance, who, after taking a brief survey
of affairs, concluded that he would clean
out tht; brace of "clean-outers." This ho
probably would have accomplished in the
most approved manner, had not the brace
of furniture smashers succeeded in eluding
his grasp, and in gaining the sidewalk. A
li ,-ely foot raco ensued; but the fugitives,
spurred on by tho certainty of a mauling
in tho event of a capture, soon distanced
their pursuer, and made good their etcape.
For The Cairo Bulletin.
ITEMS FROM UONfiOLA.
liV 01.1) TIUM.
"The president and his Republican ad-
. ... ii.... r .......,...iimllttd f.lei;-
VlSorS kllOW IIIIU ll tier, uiuiuim. -
Uon would result in the complete and per
manent overthrow ol the Republican party.
Valuing place and power abovo all things
else, the majority of that element
would sink the country to perdition, if
thereby it could maintain Republican as
cendency. This is a fearful charge, but
who doesn't know that it is fearfully true?"
Old Trim cannot concede, that the above
charge is true; but does believe it to be a
fearful mistake. It does seem that there
is too much light on this subject of RepuU
lican rule, for any one, however partizan
to believe it. Who among us, a few years ago
dreamed that the 40th congress would be
ruled by ex-rebel brigadiers, and that Jeff
Davis would be lionized and held up us a
patron saint? Old Trim don't wish to en
ter the arena of political crimination and
recrimination; but ventures to predict, now,
that the Democrats will not carry a single
state north of Mason's and Dixon's line iu
1880. To tell all the reasons why would
occupy too much space in The Bulletin,
therefore we omit giving them : and turn
our pencil squarely in another direction.
Our Dongola divorce lawyer may be
found at his office, in Dongola,
at all hours except when out
on professional business. Charges reasona
ble. Latterly our M. D's. have had considera
ble work to do battling against the "grim
monster. " Pneumonia has been the pre
vailing disease and it being u dreadful
weapon in the hands f the rider on the
pale lmrse, there has been several instances
in which the doctor's, foot slipped and the
patient went under.
Well, it is appointed unto us to die, and
it is written "aftr that, the judgment,"
Bob Inger-oll, notwithstanding to the con
trary. Ingersoll in bis lecture on "Some of
the mistikes of Moses," does have an
"awful"' bundle of wit, and
sarcasm to fling at Moses ami
Moses' God. If Ingersoll. fully believes all
that he says in his lecfjie we must con
clude he is demented. It is not mauy
years, till Bob will tind out something
more of Modes' God than be at present
Mr. Thomas Crews formerly of Jones
boro, now of this place, i going to burn a
rousing kiln of brick.
It is hoped by all that his efforts in thst
line may be complete success. We feel al
most ashamed w hen we look over our thriv
ing town of nearly 1000 population, with
out finding a single brick building. Our
town would look a thousand percent letter
with all hr bu.-ines houses built
with brick. Wc hope n our sturdy nier
chants increase in wealth, they will take
this matter under advisement, ami add to
the beauty of Dongola, by en-cling substan
tial brick buildings. The pedagogue who
defines hole "a round sub,tanee, closed
out his school, in Alexander county, ami is
now ut home resting on his laurel-.
On the 2th ult.. a few of the most cii'-r-
getic teachers of I nion county, met in the
Anna school building for the purpose of or
ganizing a Union county teachers" institute.
The li.u-n. ss s satUfartorilv arr.novd.
siness wits satMuctorilv arranged, i
and an institute will be held in said build- j
ing the hist week in August next, includ- j
ing the first week in September. W. A. j
Kelley und W. T. Freeze of Dongola. wen-
in attendance and report, a good time.
In former years, the cause of common
schools in I'nion county has been much
neglected, but under tin? management of
our present county .superintendent ot pub
instruction, we notice a great improvement.
Mr. Karaker is the- right man in the right
place and long may he be kept as superin
tendent. Our school in Dongola taught the past
term by John Deans, esquire, of Johnson
county, was a complete success, and if our
school directors fail to hire him again, they
will not please tin; people.
A. lI.w.LKY, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
large ami varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook stoves
arc among the latest and best patterns anil
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market; they are of the heaviest make
and will last longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close us to make it an
object to call and examine. Breech load
ing Shot-guns. Fishing Tackle etc., and
everything else low to suit the times.
A NEW CANDIDATE
For popular favor is the elegant and un
approachable de Joinville si:nrf, to be found
in Cairo only at A. Marx's. It is ii thing
of beauty anil strictly stylish.
Those in need of a good set of Artificial
Teeth, and desire satisfaction, cun get them
by calling upon Dr. W.C. Jocclyn,on Eighth
Eoitu,i,Am,s 'fin Tag smoking tobacco
" I'igldh, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillard's Nicklo Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at K. Korwueyer's ut fac
NoTlt'K.--TO ALL WHOM IT MAVCOMKHN.
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bill con
tracted by uny of its employes, or tin; one
connected with the Bulletin, unlet tlio"
satno is made on a w ritten order sigiud by
myself, ami the order must be itttncled to
the bill when presented, and no conracts
for advertising or job work are valid inlesa
the saint! are endorsed by myself. y
E. A. BuiNLTf. i
"OH! WHAT A HAT!"
Put it aside then, and call on Marx,
the widely known Hatter and Clothier, and
get one of his stylish Broadway Silk Hats,
manufactured to order. He is the only
man in the city who is supplied with a
conforuiitor. He can take your ineastm
and in short order supply you with n nicely
fitting, stylish hat, at a figure so low that it
will surprise you.
IMPORTANT TO MEAT CONSl'MEKS.
M. E. McCainiiion, of Metropolis, haj
just opened a first-class butcher shop at tint
comer of Nineteenth and Poplar street,
where you can buy the best lx:ef in tlw
market for 8 cents per pound, C. O. If)
Pork, (i'4' cents; bacon, 8 cents; sausage
three pounds for 25 cents. AU aro invited
to call und give him (i trial. Meat delivered
when ordered. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Ten Cents Woktii. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fushioi aide
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
It. Jones has on hand for the use of hi-
customers, the very best leather and
material for tine and hesvy lioois and shocvJ
ever brought to this section. His workV
men are first clas. liis woik the very
best and prices us low as the lowest. Sat
isfaction guaranteed in all cases.
The annual examination of the Cam
public schools will take place this week ii
in the following ord"r: Monday foreiiiior
Miss Rogers' room: Monday afternoon, th
rooms taught by Mrs. Alvord ami Mis
Riley; Tuesday forenoon, the nsiins taugb'
iv .Miss Alvord and .Miss ixtlin; iii'Niav
forenoon and afternoon, the Tbirti-eotf i
street Grammar School : Wednesday fore
noon, the nsitus taught by Miss Wal'oridgi ,
Miss Foss, Miss Christy and Mr. Nutt
Wednesday afternoon, the rooms taught In
MissHogan, Miss Armstrong and Mi-
Ford; Thursday forenoon and afiemoor..
Mr. Ntw-stjine's room, and Thursday -ait-Friday,
the High School.
The examination will be public mid .
larire attendance of the patrons and friend
of the schools is desiied.
G. G. Ai.voiti), S"pt.
FisiiiNii Tackle For professional o:
amcteur tishernicn. C. W. Henderson ha
on hand the largest stock and greatest van
ety of fish hooks, fish lines, reels, rM
flies, etc., etc., ever brought to this market
all selling at "rock bottom prices." Also in
immense stock of
pistols t the lov.t--
prices way dow n ;
II pound Old Barry Letter Head-.
5.1 j ' Note Heads.
5 " Linnen letter Heads.
2'.' " Linnen Note Heads.
j The hk.t quality of paper at pri.
j t1(. ( hcapest urade.
1 .-, i pound statements -all colors.
j 10 nund Bills Lading,
j 14 und 10 pound Bill Heads all siz
- Extra super w hite Envelopes at St. Lou:
wholesale juices. Printing $1,00 extra
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at Tit!
lit I.I.E'l IN I'tl'li'l:
N K AUVKUTISKMHYIX
j WANTED (.110.
j Tn -.iu c noklie; mil ."'Ill-nil lioiiM-woik. A '."end '
A'i liml M'ailv i'inilm nn-nt. Aii.lv nl No :
T. i.th Mrei t. " ' MILS, i: lit l.-NKTT.
Liiltie.'e "ll Ti'litli Klrei-t, No ",o. 'Ms(sio
t'hi-ll April 1st (.null i lrli rn und nut l.oll-i o
the pri'iiiirvK. Apply m-xt tiuor. numlier as. T tit
WANTF.H TO 111 V
A Liiiht Sprint; Wjnti hikI u siiinll Hcrci' mid I In
In'" at the llallellu nflire.
Xew Orleans and Iiotun
The New Slili-wlu-cl Ati' linr Line Su-ute";
(MTV OF IJIiKKXVILLK.
THOMAS W. SHIELDS Masto-.
W'ill leave Ciilni next Siitiinliiy. piil H, nt .'
M oVIm-k p. in. on !it iiiiiltlt'ti Irlp to ilie ('resell
I'ltV, with nil exriirnloii parlv limn Sit LiiiiIh iiiii
other pnl in f . Thefnru lur die Irlp In );rontU
rednced . A Hue string bund will furiilih imieii
lur (Hi in-1 hi,', lor mil pnrllrui:ir npplv to
I A1TAIN KLEM CAl.VKKT
Anchor LIiIh WIiioI bout
REDUCTION OK PRICES
(inuid Pawfic. Hotel,
The KincHt Yenfiliitrd Hotel in America
And one of th I,nrjj;oHt (having one.
aw Itooins, li-jOun-milte. wllh llutlm a ml Clon'tn nt
tttrtimlliuul Mont Klofritiitly l,urnlnh .
cd 4iotolH in thi t'ouiitey.
TKRMS..-U00MS WITH JWAItD,
3.00 to $:i.r0 per day. Hath and Par
A reduction from lite nbovo pilcim to pniU'i, re
iihi I til & week or more ,
JOHN II. DRAKE I CO.,