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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MOItXIXC. APRIL 1, 1870.
NEW SEKIES-NO. 243.
OPflC-IAL M VICTORY.
Mayor Henry Winter.
Trcaeurnr - it. V. 1 arlier.
Clerk -J. U. I'hil'U.
Counmdor- Wm. H. Gilbert.
Hamlwl-C. I. Alter.
Attorney W. i. M.Oc.
HKAIUl Of AUirSHJUS.
!trt Ward.eo. Yocum. Wm. O'Callahan.
Svond Ward -Wood liitevibouae, N. HTut!c-
Third Ward W. P. WrigH, Jobl. Wood.
Fourth Ward ('barle O. J'allor. I. J. KuU-.j.
Ktnb Ward -T. . lla'dlday, Chin. l.antaeWr.
Circuit J ::d;;i,-4i. A. Darker.
Circuit Clerk -J. A. '-.
County JudejeK. H. Yocum.
Cuupty rink -H. J. Ilutnm.
County Attorney -W. C. Mo'soy.
County Treaaurei -A. J. Allien
silierm John II uUk' -t
uroner - 11. rii.it. -a.' .
County t'omuiiH:ouir----. W. Huliirfuy, M V
llrown. Samuel Drill ).
i 'aii"itind Cedar K'.ri :-; er.1u Sabbath 11
1. :u. mid 7::a p. ni.; Snu'!.;- School l:iWp. m.
CUIlilSTIAN Klu'it.-. n'.h nr"-t; meeting Keb
biitu lu:'iOp ru.; prvachibi; occanlonally.
-M1I11IC1I OK T1IK K-KJl:tMEU-lE(iM'opl)
, i'ourUa-mb atr.et. Mor.tnK prayr (Habbalht
w u. in., t'lruibi f'' J vi . i " f. -
lul V a. lu. Jin. St. J. Dllioi. iec. Hector. '
ilKST MISSIONARY HAITIsT C'HIKtTI.-I'n-ifhina
at .:;. m.. 3 p. m . and 7:' p- "
MaMatla acuool at 7:l p. si (. T. J. Mjorea.
IlTHKhNTli!:nia Hr:t: wri' Sb
J hatii II a. m. nd7 3u p. m.: Stiiid.i) ' h.Ki! tla.
m. lv. IK:- r brier. orlr.
METHODIST Cor Eighth and Walnut trecl;
1'nnhlng Suhb:.th T'l::w a m. nd 7 p.m.;
prr.ycr miH:t!u;, Wcdwadav ":; p. ni.; Sunday
School. 3 p. in Ur. A. I' Morr;on, pallor.
IKKSBYT!:!UAN -Klrblb tnel; preaching on
Sabbath ni 11 :J a. in. and ra.; prayer
inc-titc VYMuwdav kt 7:Wp ni.; Sunday School
.t( .". p. r. It. V. Oeorc pnlor
CtCOSD FRKEWIU. BAPTIST -KirU-ettb
k? ktrert. bteeu Walnut and Cedar utrocU; 't
vice sabba'.b at S and 7: AJ p. in.
ST. JosKI'll'S-dlomuii Catbolli i Corner Cr
ard Walnut dtrwln; riiti'H ffcibath 10:30 a.
m ; Sunday hcho! at i p. Vropcra 3 p ta. vt
ncru every dnr el p ui.
ST. I'ATlMC'li'S .-l!ns:k3 t'klbolk) Corn'-r Ninth
trifl ard WMhlBCtwn avium-: iM-nicra sh
oath ft and !0 a. bi. : Vf(rn S p m.: Slii.Ijv rtiol
n. m .: wva twry t'.ti; nt h ii. ai. Ui-. r. Zatx -.
1KSKKAI. I)i:i.lVi:in opro .: . U.; clwM-a
1 6:'J I ni. ; sun('.ii : M to 9 a r.i.
iw y urdv.-.- U H .rinifii! op bt S a. .: t'.o.-
at S p. ui .
iliroi'Kb Kprf Mai' i !!'... ."i" ' ti Ir . I ati'l
li.i-i,.ii ', ut.i :;.iiini'.- i--'1 p di.
( ai.-u and I'np.a- It!. 3 Tutoegh and Way Mm'
iniw at li' p- , ...
Way Mm! : I'.'iuol ti:rl. Tatru and
it.:i Mid M!-.-:vi C'-U'.ri! I'.;;:nsi'. c'.we ;:t
Wi .s; a . : fi.f Nr-o t.a ii" Msiltm.'! rlut a. 8
li:'oand M -.imil!r IMvr: liguti- ci a:
t. u. iliU.f (errpl I ni .j i.
Vm FKltUY CO.
!H..i!i ir.ivr.t ir. r.
ijot Knaru '. Miiiourl Ijind'u' K-utuk l.d'p
" Sam. H: a m dam.
W a. it. W: a. to. I! -
-.' p . m i!:W r m 3 1' 01
i a m 4:."i p m. . P J
ILLINOIS ChNTRAL l. K.
Tit A IN I.KAVK CAIK'i
Mail al 1! :p.m .Oailv
Kpnviii at liiup.m tiMy
KrrtRht at 4:iWa.m ... except Sunday
cVel;-ht at 1:W p in.... ixc. pt Sunday
MlltlYK AT CAir.n
Wail at 4:00 a ni Daily
Kipr.wi.at UiOOp m except Sunday
I'rt'itrht H:I0 a.m. ...except .Monduy
I'reliut.,.. 6: p.m we. pt Suuuay
JAMES JOHNSON, (i.-neral A-nt.
(JAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. W. HMITIIKKS, ltfivor.
SIIOKTJ-ST SHORT LINE 1 JET WEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
'"aronyb Kxpreaa Icavoa Cairo 10:0ft a.m.
Throunh Knprean arrive at K. St l.oitla.. 8:4Hp.in.
Through Kipre lenvca E. t. Lou.n. a.m.
TlirouKh Kxpre arrive at Cairo K P "i.
Wurphyaboroa.-comiuodatl.in leav.Cairo 2 U.p.m.
MirphyaUro Arc. arrive, al Murphyaboro JH.iJp.m.
MurphyHbofO Ac.c. leaven Muruhyavoro. . . 1:50 p.m.
Murphynhui-u Acc. arrive at Cairo 1 5ipm-
Tbu Cairo 4 St. I.nui. Itall ftond In the only all
llailKoute between Calm and St. l,otil under oii
management, therefore there are uo delaya nt
way Htationo awiiitlnu connection from other line.
Cloae and nun. conneetloii at St. l.oui w ith other
llnoa for North, I'.u-M mid eat.
A. A. NAUUI.K. L. M..Kinsrl.-.
Aent. (icncral Manager.
(jAiR() i 'ncenn ESlt. R.
i't All T IP t! THK SIIOUTEST ROfl'K TO
17 Al I f IPs: TIIK S110IITF.ST TO LOClS-
i Mi liVin vii.1.1:. Cincinnati, ii.vl-
TIM OUE ANK WASHINGTON.
'41 "Mil IP CI THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN-
1 iUllihr) Aroi,is,niii-ADELrHiA.Ni;Y
YORK AND DOSTON
SIX HOURS SAYED
vr trulu of all other mule makltti tbc amo
lYT Pni.cm;ei by other route to wake rotinee
tlou. mnt rlilu all nluhi. waltlntt from nnUilx
hitnra at amnll rnuntry atatlon for tralna of con-ne-Un(
I? IPAfirM UK nTIK FACT ami tukonnr 4:45
liUM I'jlUli LU , M ,rlklni n.nMna Kvan
vllle, Indliiniipoll, Cincinnati and Loulcvllle amo
tlav. Train, luttvv and arrive, ut Cairo a follow :
Unit leave. -1:4 a.m.
Mail arrive t0:00p.m,
TbrouKu ticket and ehuck to all Important
V. A MII.t.KR ItOHWBU MIUEU.
Ouu'l faxa, Aip'tit. Oennral Sup't,
.. It. CUt'UCIi, Piiaenger Ajaul.
AfTinrTir1ILr1"ra rhr 3-
Corner Twelfth Street.
K. A. IHJUN'KTT, IWkiktok.
HI N I) I NO
Of all descriptions to order at
To Oitlcron Short Noficr
Letter Heads. II) and 12 Round
Heads. r ,ui(1 (' Round!
Hill Heads. l Jhmd l( Pound !
j l ai eHieUI .
h and Ponnd
Hil Ik Lading.
ALL VTIIST-CI.ASS PAPER.
Knvclo)os. Taos, (rils,
Wliitr ami Colored
I L2'I1 Is' Is! 'HA l- lsvI-?
rU5 i- lia 1 -Ki-Tv.
WHOLKSAliK WI N US AND LICjL'OKK
Wholt'nalc and I'.otnil Dealrra in
P'oreiu and Domestic Liquors
Winos ol all Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LKVEi:.
MKHSI'.S. SMYTH ii CO. iv conftitntly a larc!
rUick of th bent goods In tha market nbd give
ecpnclnl atU;illou lu the wholunuli: branch ( the
V. M.SUwkfletti. Frftlollii liross.
Stockfi.ktii it Hkoss.
tac OHom to K. il. Hlo kflotb.
I:n I rt'r. :inl W lul:tle iN ulei m in
Forrin mid Doinostic
LIQUORS AND WINKS,
Iti.it. f. Reiiy I'Uad. Catawba. CalllorLia und Im
porud Port, Sherry, Mertura Wlntn'and Chora-pagni-a.
NO. 0JOHIO LEVKE, CAIUO, ILL.
U00TS AND fcHOfX
.Maunl'acturer and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Leather and Iindins
No. ) Cotnni) riia! A-it-.. IW t. Kiflii and Sixth St.
K(.T'eoi 'nt:Tonlar.d a lrge aneertmpu. of
fn-i.tf id l.adit't l:oot and sho-i of all atytra
u; d !..... !t.d ot the ty bct of St. I.ouis and
Citifintiaii iliiid made work: old cheaper lhaii
rer belori-. imk! rheapi.-r than like goods- cait be b
Inined in ttn tity.
A'i, .tiwK..e oti hand a larpo Hock of L-ath'-rand
':u'ln.2- of ail diwription, o) J erv clie.
S rixXl IOATS.
Hij:i of tli-; lii-S.-ilo Head.
Nn-W. 0:.;o I
I i:er. t
KoKIII-Ki; IJK0S.. I'rojU'H'tt'rs,
i .joi: aju-:i,i. AwMit.
A fj!l aid crt3ipli-to xnpu'y of tin? lien of aJ
kindu w.'tt alway oj hntid." irden tiled at any
hoiir, Oav ornik'tit.
DcaltM in Kresli IMcat.
Hetween V;sliinjj;tou iuid ,'oiif
tru'ft'iivl A v., itdjoi nitiR Ilntmys.
I V KEI'S lor .a'.e the het lieef. Pork. Mutton. Veal,
; I.ainS, SaiKae, Sr., anil ia prepared to serve
I families in ail accij.Ub'.e munner.
PROPRIETOR OF rJl'ROATS PATENT
HeFUIC.KRATOR ( 'AJiSj
Whokale Uocalci' in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OKTON, VEIX
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
OFFIO K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
NEW lii:S SHOP.
Jt E. INCK,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Cur. Slitbst. unci ( nmntrn UI Ave..
(VYIRO, : : : ILLINOIS-
Guns, I'istoIri.SiUt'H ami Locks Repaired.
Keyt Made to order.
CIlOKft llOltlNG OS HREAf'IM.OADIN'O ltS
All work irtiariMilcdHfftor'. at cheaper rat
I htmcin be obtained at any other place U lle cay.
I nuver "ball
Forget the First Dose.
tin. II. It. Strvic.-.:-
leiir Sir I have beuti a n at ufl'erer from drop
ay. 1 a Miifliicd in my boiinn more, thatitt year.
Sii monthi of the tliiiu I wuh untln Iv helplecx. I
wa oblige to two men help me'ln hii.I nut of
bed. I waiitwolleii in InrhfH larger than niv natd
ral nlzu aromd niy vtuit. 1 vtilfert-d all u nun
couldandlhe. I tiled all rniiedlei. for itriipny. 1
bad three d flereiit dociurM. My Irleiidx all expect
ed 1 would lie; many u lull I eipei ted In die bo
furn moriilnK- At lot 'ei;eilni- w n, m-nt to me by
a frit lid. 1 uevi.r chail forget the tlrnt duci1. 1 could
realliMta raod-rTecm frum duv to day: I ui;et
tlHX betlir. Allerlbadtuki.it Mime r, or U boltle
I could "leeioniti. well iiluhlH. I b--un to v'aln
low tittltefjait After tiikinu me leu Imttl'H. I
rould walk f-om oue part ol mv room to the other.
My apprtitRwa iicxl; tbu (Inipnv had al IhiMitno
dlHOpiMiarcd. I kept tiikiu tho Veitiue until 1 re
gained my ttiniul health. T heard of a ureal many
:ure by Unin; Veimiueaflcr I not out and wan able
to attend to uv v oik. 1 um a carpenter and builder.
I will klo .ar il he cur.td an aunt of my wile. of
Neuralgia, no had nunVrcd for more thau 'J) yearn.
Shu my i-ii- ban not bad any neuralj;!!; lirt lKHt
montiia. 1 r.ivn ifiven It to oue of niy children for
Cnnker n.iun.r. 1 have do doubt lu my mlud It
will mm any humor; It N a trreat ck-anncr of the
blood: It laioife to cive a child. I will recommend
it to the ui.r:d Mv fitlu r I" i-lirhlv team old. and
h" ca.M tli- re U nollilnp like It lo (five ctrct pt ri and
lile to an aird iientoo. i cau not he too tliur.kful
for Ilc ut of II. 1 am. verv t'ri lelullv.
Yotn-K. JdllN S. NOTTAtiE.
Au. Dihi;ii.H ok liLoou. If Veu'ellne will relieve
aiu. cleanne. pnrlfv, and cure nurb dii-an. p-tor-lh
the rmlieol to berfect health after trviui differ-
eut phyeiciuoi1. many rcmedlm, and fcUtferinit for
yearn, fa il not conclusive proof. If yon are a rurV'-n r.
thu can be curld hv In thii medlclu Iierforiu
IiiK Much great curent (t worku In the blood, iu tho
i iaulwin fluid. It can trnlv be called the tireat
lilood runner. The prest nouree f difciue orinm
atei lu the blood; and no midUlnv that doe not
a t diruetlv upon It. to purify and renovate. ha auy
Jurt claim upon ui'llc alteiilloti.
1 owe my Health
TO YOUR VALUARLt
N'ewpoiit, Kv.. Apr. -9, lh?J.
J!r. K. II. STKvr.sa:-
Uenr Sir: Ilavit f nuffered from a breaklnj; out of
LankerouH orc lor more man live yar. canned
by an accident of a frai tured bone, which fracture
ran Into a running wire, ami have nucd evi-rylbius
1 could think of. aud notliiut! helped me until I ha
taken mx bntlliy of your valuable medicine, which
Mr. Miller, the apothecary, recommended very hib
ly. The lth bjttle cured roe. and all 1 can ay i
that 1 owe my le-aitb to your valuable ceeiiue.
i our inon utieuicni korvant.
AI-llEUT YON KuKDlilt.
' It i uunen-ary for me to enumerate tbedi
eawa fur which the VtorTtNK nhould be tled. I
know ol uodi-cao which will not admit of It ue
with Rood p-ntlt. Almii-t iunumerablecomplainto
are iaued by poUoiiim aerretlooa In the blood.
hi -.h can he entirely expeled from the yitem by
the uee of the KiihTiNK. When the blood in per
fectly cli anm-d. the dieue rapidly )-ielu ; all prtii.n
u-ae; healthy a. tlou l promptly restored, and tho
patient ia cured."
Cured me when the
CiKt-iNNATI, O., Apr. 10, 187T.
Mil. 11. 11 Stkv !::-
Dear 8lr:d tH aerlou.ty tronMml with Kldn
Complaint Tor a loug time. 1 have, consulted the
bi -l dortiirs in thin city. I huv used your YtuK
Ti n K fur tlii flinca-e. and it ha cured me hen the
doct-ir. laih'd to do no.
Youre truly. KHNKST Dl'RKiAN.
Hinidenee, iyi H ie street;
l'l:v:eof buciiieii!, 3D Cent. Ave.
V KGKTI N i :.
11. STEVENS, P.OSTON. MASS.
Vojjctiiic is Sold Hy all DruirNts.
XKW YORK STORE,
WH0I.F.SALF. AMI RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY
GOOl )S SOLI) V ERY CLOSE
t or. Nineteenth ire.; and 1
c. o. path; 11 Ac co.
DYKING AND RKXOYATING.
yoi'R OLD CLOTHES
CAN HIS RKU-rtlTU.r
DVKl) Oil IJKPAIKKD
At a Triainx r'jpense-C. O. 1).
CHAS. SHKLLKY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
liT Ladle and Oenla' old hat made new
Dry Goods and Clothing,
COOTS AND SHOES.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
rammertlal Aveniw, I Prtll'rt Til
teruur Kltcttilj atrwj, ( villi Ui 111a
JIAItKETS I!Y TELEORAI'II
LiYKW-ooi., April 8, 2:00 v. m. Wheat
Hieatly Winter, 8s lhlJis Spring, 7s
Hil !i8i '.M; California fiv.-rne. 10tl
9s -til; C'ulifurnia club, 0-i MOi'M M. Corn
--new U .iil(2;4t Cd.
NEW YOltK OI'.AIN.
Nkw Vouk. April :J. 12 :0t p. m.- Wheat
- qui. t No. 2 Ciit ;ii,'. $1 04 1 00;
No. 2 Milwaukee. $ OUf.til OTjUod Win
ter, 1 0 1 a) 1 10.',; No. 2 Ited Winter,
1 VrtH 16; No. -JAjnlxT, $1 Vi
1 1:5. Orn qviii't Strnmcr, 14 v; No. 'J,
4),.iW111h- No. 2. ,
CIIICA00 OKA IX AND ritODlCE.
Cmr.wio, April .'!, 10 a. m. rork
.May. 10 50$ 10 52j; June, $10 C2
10 Corn May, ;)(J'-U'; June, .16;
Wheat April, DO,'-;; May, (l."J05Sg.
CiiiCAtio. April y, 13:00 m. Corn-
April. 512; May, aoja. Wheat April, 91;
May, OOiijSIO.lj; Juno, 5)7 V(. Pork-
May, 10 5002.10 52 . J; Juno. $10 62,
C'mcAOo, April il. 2:il0 p. m. Wheat,
April, 91; May. 90. Corn May, !JG.V
i!03s; June. ilfi'.f&iiOv PorkMay,
10 37f10440; June, $10 5010 52.
LEG ISLATI VE PROCEEDINGS.
Special to tbe Republican.
Si'iUNOHF.M), 111., April 2. No quorum
in the house and a bare majority in the
senatf had a tendency to make a dellucsa
altout the eapitol to-day and nccessiated
doiii but little lrgislative work. Both
hoimos opcrati'd on lilln on second reading
and the entire proceedings were nothing
THE CHICAGO tlXCTION.
The Chicago Republicans, aud iu fact
all the politicians ol this persuasion about
the state house, are not feeling well over
the result of the election in Chicago yes
terday. Thev are loud in their denuncia
tion of the managers of the machine in
Cook county, and seem to regard the over
throw of Republicanism in that
strong-hold as particularly disastrous,
and at cutting a very important figure in
tho election! that are to take place in this
state next year. Ou tbe other hand, the
Democrats are extremely happy and well
pleased, and assert if the vantage thus
gained is properly taken care of there will
be no trouble iu carrying Illinois for the
Democracy in 180. There is great truth in
TAX ON CAl'lTAI, STOCK
A bill providing for the assessment of
capital tock of corporations was ordered
to a third reading by the house this morn
ing. This is an important measure hiu
there seems to be a desire to pass it.
THK NOKM.VI. SCHOOLS.
There is much talk of abolishing the
state nonnnl schools, and it id said there is
a majority in the general assembly in favor
of such a proposition. This is what is wor
rying the members from McLean and cans
ed Mr. Ewingto threaten the house with
call of the house last Saturdav in case the
motion to read a bill a first time was push
ed, and Mr. Rogers, this morning, to object
to the approval of the journal last Saturday.
Ou the other hand, it is said that the pnr
ties who originally donated the ground up
on which the institution at Bloomington
is situated are anxious to have the school
at Normal abolished, its then, according
to the terms of the donation, this land,
which now, with the buildings, is worth
about half a million of dollars will revert
the original owners.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Special Correnuondcnce, to the. Bttll.M'.u.
Washington, March :J1 1879.
On Saturday the radicals in the house
gave notice that they would oppose tiny
proposition to forbid the use of troops nt the
polls, or to repeal the jury test oath law, or
to modify the supervisors law. Mr. Gar
Held spoke for them. I do not know that
the Democracy could ask better questions
to go before the people thau these are. Mr.
Garfield misrepresents the question before
the house, and iu that respect he will no
doubt be set right by some Democrat who
will follow hiin, but there is little inclina
tion on the part of Democrats to have pro
longed debate on tho subject. The Re
publicans will do moat of the talking.
Speaker Randall has a very delicate task
before htm iu making up tho house com
mittee, lie is gmiij plenty of time to it.
It is questionable whether this work would
tiot be more satisfactorily done by tho
house itself. There is nothing iu law to
prevent this, and it is not strange that rep1
rmcutativra become restive uuder the cuor
inous power of selecting leaders lor tho
party ami In many other ways. Mr. Ran
dall is an honest ami capable a man as ho
ever occupied the re.tkcr' chair, but there
is wisdom in the housi- besides his, and,
besides, we may not nlways have men
equally honest and patriotic in fhe position.
Another idea, presented by Senator Pea
dlcton last week, is worth consideration. It .
is that members of the cabinet should have
scats in the house and in the senate, and
should have the right to rijMak on affairs
connected with their several department.
It is understood that the senator will, m
soon as an opportunity occurs, speak at
length on tllis subject.
Ex-Senator Cameron is now showing ti
the country through a breach of pronii.so
suit here in which he is defendant and a
woman named Oliver is plaintiff, that the
snme code of morals which has governed
him in the other affairs of life, governs him
in his dealings with women. Since the ei-
poaurrs of this trial v.c know what induced
him to relinquish his seat in the senate.
Generally, the press and tho peoplo speak
well of the selection of President White, of
Cornell University, as successor to nayanJ
Taylor, minister to Germany. In some re
spects the selection is excellent. President
White received much of his very liberal
education in Germany, and is on terms of
acquaintance with the leading men of that
country. He is not an active politician.
Mr. Hayes, while rewarding the worst of
party services more liberally than any f
his predecessors, docs himself credit oc
casionally by eueh nominations as this.
Colored people in this district numorocs
and in some things, influential throughout
the country, and, are trying to give life to
Senator Windom's scheme for migration
of negroes from the Southern States to tbe
Northwest. They say they arc not work
ing for results to be accomplished now, but
iu the future, and from persoual acquaint
ance with them I am led to believe that
they are sincere in their wish to benefit the
race to which they bebrng. They, it is un
necessary to say, all hope for the deration
of Mr. Windom to the Presidency, and
they piofess to believe that his support,
when the next Republican convention meets
will be overwhelming-
Why will you allow n cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encouragn
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages aud Lung troubles wheu an
immediate relief can so easily be attainod.
Boschee's German Syrup has gained the
largest sale in the world for the cure" of
Coughs, Colds ami the severest Lung DU
eases. It i Dr. Boschee's famous German pre
scription, and is prepared with the greatest
care, and no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to the youngest child, as per
direction. The sale of this medicine is
unprecedented. Since first introduced there.
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a failure to do it
work in any case. Ask your druggist as to
the truth of these remarks. Large size 75
cents. Try it and be convinced.
IMPORTANT TO MEAT CONSUMERS.
M. E. McCammon, of Metropolis, ha
just opened a first-class butcher shop at tho
corner of Nineteenth anil Poplar street,
where you can buy the best beef in the
,narkt,t for 8 C('ms 'n'r l,onml' c- 0 D"
Pork, C,'4 cents; bacon, 8 cents; sausage.
three pounds for 2,5 cents. All are invited
to call and give him a trial. Meat delivered
when ordered. Satisfaction guaranteed.
'OH! WHAT A HAT!"
Put it aside then, and call on Man,
tin; widely known Hatter and Clothier, and
get one of his stylish Broadway Silk Hafs,
manufactured to order. He is the only
man in the city who is supplied with
conforntitor. He can take your measure,
and in short order supply you with a nicely
fitting, stylish hat, at a figure so low that it
will surprise you.
Vol Mist Cckk that (oioh.--With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cum
yourself. It has established the fact Uiat
Consumption can be cured, while for Cotigtw
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it Is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant u
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can ifTord to l with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. 50 cU.
and f 1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh'a Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, are you Constipu
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, ami will you continue to suffer
when you can bo cured on vuch terms as
these. Price 10 cenU, and 75 cents. Sold by
Wkix'h Persian Pertume "Hackraetack"
is rich and fragrant try It. Sold by Barclay
Qcert. Why will men imoke cotumoo
tobacco when they can buy Marburg liroli
"Seal of North Carolka'' at tbe pricct