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' GRAYE ROBBER CAVG1IT.
Tho lniwl uT0ful crnvo robber of the dny U
I)K LlM'l.EY. Hymcim of hi Wood Heiinuer
li hn robbed tho e,rvc of n'ore who were dying
of bcrulnln. Consumption. Hlu'iiiHti-m, M.TCiirlul
tleiie. I'uneerotiH Formation. Tumor. r.rVHiu
Us, Jnnndleo. Fever nnd Atfiie. "'l Oem-rid '''
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lUmiKleu, Ohio. : Cleveland puy l, i
declared my wife, dvlne of riiiimiiiiptlon. ny tno
ofJ)r. Lin.lr.oj Wood seareher "'e n ro
tor.d to health." J. K. Brook-, uliie-v le. Ol lo.
Mr: "Mrou wan mill, ted with erofiil of the
ir6r-t form, mid proiioiiiic.il IniT.ntble hy feyerul
nhvutrlHitx . Hie life wit- Hived hy the u-e ol Dr.
Liud-erV liloo.l Senreher." A Tumor growing ou
my head m .ompleiely cured hy the uw o Dr.
Llmllev V Wood Senreher. K. Surver. I' ittHlnirah .
1. l'lmplo on the face. Mil lihe.ll... Old
Sore-, and all Viituneou K uptl.um disappear like
magic when the Hlood Sear, her I lined See that
our name Ik on the bottom of the wrapper, tor
H. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth tud Wachlngton Avenue.
RESIDENCE: Corner nineteenth and Wash
J II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 11 Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington aveuue. Cairo.
R. SMITH, 3L D.
Oltlce and Keslilencf :
NO. SI THIRTEENTH 8TKEET. CAIRO. ILL.
E. W. WHITLOCK,
Dental Surgeon. -
Orruc-No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Eichth and Ninth StreeU
jy. W. C. JOCELYS,
t'FFK E Eiuhlh Street, near Commercial Avenue.
JIXEGAR & LAXSDEX,
OFFICE-No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
rIT)OWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh ft. and Commercial Avenue,
OFFICE HOURS: 8 to 12 o'clock a.m., 1 to 0 and
7 tos p.m.
THOMAS LEWIS. Secre.ary
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIEO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL IS. R.
TrUlX ARUIVg. ' TRAINS DEPART
Mail 4:05 a.m. I Mall 8:10a.m.
tii-pro s!;lW p.m. Expruut G:0U p.m.
CAIRO & VINCENNES It. It.
Mail 10:00 p.m. Mall ....4:4r a.m.
CAIRO & 8T. LOUIS R. R.
xpr."' 5:1!i p.m. I Kxpreaa 10:00 a.m.
Accom'dHtlon.lii.U p.m. Accom'dutioii. U:inp.in.
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS ANONEW ORLEANS H. II
Kxpre .'ll.'Wa.m, I Exnrva :t:iiOp,m.
Mail 10::wp.tii. Mail 5:()a.tii.
C. A. fc T. RAILROAD'
Texas exprops.. 2:40 a.m. I Texas vxprv.. 3:15p.m.
EM. HAL DE1.1VEHV open .'Ml a. m.; closea
vT (i::;n p.m.; Sunday: H to ll a. m.
Money Order Hepiirlment open ut 8 a. m.; cloee
at 5 p. in.
Through Expre- Mall via lllliioif Central and
Miciipiil Central Uullroudii clofe ut li:.in p. m.
Cairn and Poplar UlutV ThroiiKli and Way Mall
c1oef at VJiSl) p. m.
Way Mall vtu lHltiol Central. Cairo and Vln
rnneii uud Mlf-.K-ipiii Central ltallroadi cluee ut
H:4.'i n. in.
Wuy Mall for Narrow Oaue Railroad clones at 8
Cairn and Evnnnvllle River Route elopes at fi::X)
p. iu. daliy (exri'it rr'.dnr).
f THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OK ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Horning; Daily in Southern Illinois.
yOU, ALDERMAN FOURTH WARD.
We arc authorized to animiince L. S. Mahhiau,
ak a candidate lor Aldnrman lu the. Fourth ward to
All the vacaney oceii-loned hy the renluiiatluii of
Alderman Foley. Election to be. held Dili of Muy
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION.
Tlio Duinorrntic voUts of Alcxnmler
County, are rctiucBtcd to meet at the Court
House, in Cairo, Saturday, 5Iuy ad, 1879, ut
two o'clock I, m., to select delegates to the
Democratic Convention, to be held ut Cairo
3Iny ftth, to nomixiutu candidates for Cir-
ouit Judge. Let there he a full attendance
rem all parts of the county.
U. F. Rlake,
"Secretary Alexunder County Democratic
Tho editor is still "ailing."
Mr. lien Thlstlcwood is improving his
home property on "Washington avenue, by
filling up the lot.
Hon. P. E. Albright was in the city
yesterduy, looking after his property here.
The Bulletin was favored with a call.
The pay car of tho Mississippi Central
railroad will arrive to-day, it is said, and
put the employe of the road in funds again.
Mayor ThiHtlcwood lett, yesterday
morning, for a short trip up tho Illinois
Central. 80 says tho Ui!-ulusrter'B regis
ter. Capt. Sandusky lion enlarged his Wal-
. aut street homo premises by tho addition
tl another lot, and Is putting a ncw f(.ttC(,
around tho whole of it.
The temperance convention that is to
convene hero on the 1 4th of the present
month hot been extensively advertised, all
, over the 18th congressional district. The
indication! arc that a large number of
strangers will attend, and our good people
will see to it, no doubt, that they arc enter
tained, during their stay, free of cost.
Stevo Rradly wns not lined for handing
the refugee negro a jolt In the mouth, for
tho reason that it was proven that the refu
gee was the aggressor.
We have tiles of The Daily Bulletin,
commencing May 1st, 1S7S, and ending
April 30th, 1S71), which wo will sell, bind
ing and all, complete, for $30.
We see Prof. VA. Wittig on our streets
again. Ed has been eminently successful
M 11 brass band teacher, and devotes a great
deal of his time to that line of duty.
We aro under obligations to Hon. W.
II. Barnuni, Representative from New Jer
sey, for a copy the Potter committee's re
port concerning the great fraud of 187G,atid
for other favors.
A white man, reeling drunk, iu clmrgo of
his distressed wife who was trying to pilot
him home, was a spectacle presented on
Poplar street, nenr Tenth, yesterday even
ing. A counterfeit twenty dollar note of
the new legal tender issue, has just been
discovered at the U. S. Sub-Tfeasury, ut
New Orleans, after passing through one of
the banks of that city.
Mr. W. F. Russell having converted
the old Hibernian engine house into very
comfortablo residence property, is now
erecting another dwelling house alongside
of it. Ho is a persevering builder.
- Rosa, infant of Mr. and Mrs. Schick died
about 10 o'clock Tuesday evening, of one
of the ailments peculiar to infants. The
remains were conveyed to Villa Ridge,
yesterday morning, by hack, and interred
there in the Cairo cemetery.
The man who pays out his last quarter
in the purchase ot a pocket book is quite as
judicious an investor as is the man who
never gets five dollars ahead, yet pays out
two or three dollars to learn how to detect
counterfeit ten and twenty dollar bills.
One of Countv Treasurer Alden's chil
dren (his son Roy) was taken down yester
day morning with tne measels. As it is
not known that there is another case in
that part of the city, it is difficult to deter
mine how or where the child contracted
We hear it stated that there is a family,
consisting of husband, wife and several chil
dren, living in the vicinity of Fifth and
Walnut, that is. and has been,, for some
time, suffering for want of the commonest
necessities. It would be well tor our char
itably inclined to investigate the matter,
The gossips of the town the street
corner talkers and speculators as to future
events, fix up a new man for the Marshal's
office, every morning. It having gone
abroad that Capt. Williams would not ex
cept the position if tendered, it was gener
ally agreed, yesterday, that Mr. John Mc
Eweu was the man. He is certainly a gen
tleman to whom there can be no valid ob
John Tanner recovered the body of his
little boy, drowned last week, yesterduy, at
the point below Cairo. The body was
brought to Cairo and will be taken at 1
o'clock this afternoon from St. Patrick's
Catholic Church to Villa Ridge by a spec
ial funeral train, for burial. Friends and
acquaintances of the family are invited to
meet nt thechurch at 1 o'clock and attend
Ella Cherry, a light colored girl, ap
plied obnoxious names and exasperating
epithets to one llattic Fuller, colored, and
Squire Robinson fined her therefor the sum
'of $. and trimmings. And Ella having her
grievance Bued Hatty before Squire Com
ings. Hattie hail taken her by tho throat,
smacked her with a meat saw and threat
ened to saw her hend ofT. And so Hatty,
too, was fined "and the trimmings."
Eunice Key complained to Squire
Robinson, yesterday, that one Charles Hun
ton (both colored) had lodged with her for
months. He hud now come back to town,
his wife had married another man, and he,
himself, had taken up with a loose nigger
wench whom she 'spiscd us she did pizen.
Wherefore she desired that Squire Robin
son would take that hateful Hunton and
smack hiin in jail and keep him thar until
she got her satisfaction. When apprised
that the luw invested a magistrate with no
such power, it is difficult to tell whether she
felt more contempt fur the law or the mag
istrate. A young gentleman named Steward
furnished the pair of boots, and a small
boot black and u largo one, both colored
loy8, took a boot each, niado their bets,
and set iu to see which one of them would
do the best job in the least interval of time.
The contest took place 'at the head ot
Eighth street, yesterday, and all the boot
blacks in town were lookers-on. It was an
exciting contest a dog fight couldn't have
been more so; and but for an outsider who
kept yelling tohim to "put on more spit and
hlack'nin," the little one would havo come
off victorious. Tho crowd finally became
so uproarious that a policeman made his ap
pearance and dispersed it.
-Mr. James Kynnston, finally yielding to
tlie persistent solicitations of friends and
neighbors, this morning announces himself
as u candidate for tho ofllco of alderman
for tho Fourth ward to till tho vacancy oc
casioned by the resignation of D. J. Foley
It Is quite needless to introduce Mr. K. to
tho voters of his ward, for all of them
know hiin know that he ts a man of ster
ling good Bense.uprlght lu his dealings, am
a man who govs down into his pocket us
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MOKMMU. MAY 1. 1870.
often and m deeply to respond to tho de
mands of charity us any other, man in
Cairo, we don't care who he is or what his
position. Mr. K., if elected, will have no
"liohliy" to ride; but will bo influenced by
an honest desire to promote the interests of
tho. city, and especially of tho citizens
whom he will directly represent. And now,
--Some time during tho winter a father
and son brought in a load of baskets, from
the country, and sold the lot for about $"0.
The son took charge of the money and
"being up to snuff," made the rounds of
the city. He fell in wi.h a couple ot very
clever gentlemen who gave him a chance to
double his money in two minutes. It is
needless to add that he went back to his
father without a uicklc of the fifty dollars.
There was another load of baskets brought
to town yesterday, and if the owners at
tempted to "double tho money" they re
ceived for it, the fact has not yet come to
Quite a number of young folks, whn'e
time hangs heavily 011 their hands, may he
found, now and then, seated on the Ohio
river bank, above the incline, or on the
water craft moored to the shore, catching
fish. With proper bait, beautiful, silver
sided skip-jacks, from six to ten inches in
length, can be tossed out every few minutes.
But as these fish are as full of bones as fine
silk fabric is of woof and war), the fun
consists in the catching, not in the eating.
Parties who fish with toss and trot lines
catch very fine perch and cat-fish, but the
catch is so slow that we can scarcely style
the passtime it affords as either exciting or
The Palucah authorities want a colored
man named Luther Lucas, who, until with
in the past few days served iu the capacity
of waiter on the packet, James Fisk. Be
fore day light, last Friday morning, Lucas
visited the house of a Paducah colored
woman named Rhoda Owens, (whose hus
band was killed a short time before, for
resisting arrest) and effectiug an entrance
into the huse, attempted to outrage the
widow's satred person. She says that her
outcries scared lnru away. The officers
being informed of the occurrence, made
search for Lucas, but couldn't find him.
Just befon the Fisk reached Cairo, the
fugitive nade his apnpearance at the
clerk's office, drew his money, and left the
boat at this city. As no reward is offered for
his apprehmsion, it is not likely that any
special effort will be put forth to capture
Amonj the crowd of youngsters that
daily congregates in the vicinity of Twen
tieth and Commercial, is a negro girl, not
more than eight or nine years of age, who
soon will be, if she is not now, a perfect
terror to all the children of that locality.
She is lank and wirv, and fights with the
fury of a tigress. Yesterday she had a com
bat with a white boy, the weapons being
such as could be conveniently found by the
street side. For an interval of two or three
minutes she kept the air fairly black with
old boots and shoes, stovewood, brick bats
and old fruit cans, and three out of every
four of them hit the object aimed at. Af
ter being hit about seventy-flve limes the
boy sought refuge in fiight, old shoes, clods
and fruit cans bouncing from his back at
almost every step ho took. The young pu
giliste, contemplating the llight, gave way
to derisive laughter, and then, after the
manner of the defiant rooster, flapped her
arms against her sides, and indulged iu a
crow that was answered from every stable
and hen house in the neighborhood. There
can he no doubt of the ability of that girl
to "tight her way through the world."
A full house greeted the Pomeroy troupe
at the A'.ucncum last night. The new play,
Adliondacks, put upon the boards iu Cairo
for the first time, more, than met the ex
pectation of the patrons of the drama,
present. The play is old material worked
over iu a manner that meets the approba
tion of all who witness it, which is much
more than can be said of the average so
ciety play, aud the play itself is likely to
outlast any of that class ever yet placed
before the public. Miss Louise Pomeroy, as
the charming widow, is easy and graceful
in her manner. Her acting in some of the
most difficult parts was really fine and ex
cited merited applause. She was well sup
ported throughout by the company. Mr.
W. R. Leak is an actor that is listened to
at ull times, with pleasure. Tho acting of
Miss Hardy, (by the way a sister of our
Charley Hardy) and Miss Jenkins, is weil
worthy of mention, aud each of the otlteis
performed tho part allotted to them in uu
acceptable manner, as was evinced by an
appreciative audience. To-night "As You
Like It," the best of Shakespeare's come
dies will be put on the boards'. We advise
our people to secure seats early in the day,
and not miss u good thing.
-The excursion on the Ste. Genevieve
was a grand ulfair; but there was too much
of it. Many of tho excursionists were on
board at 4 o'clock p. m., which was tho ad
vertised time of leaving, and remained on
board until the boat's return at7:.'J0uext
morning an interval of over li t'teen hours,
and about h'ix hours longer than was calcu
lated upon. About fifty couple touk pas
sage at Cairo; quito a number came on
board at Columbus, and Hickman turned
out quite a crowd, swelling the total to over
200 perbap, Uyt the time passed off qUte
pleasantly, throughout. As many m could
secure staterooms sought un interval of
rest before reaching Cuiro, on the re
turn trip; aud thoso who could ut St.cure
state-rooms amused themselves by SUtfu
games and pastimes ns wero best calculated
to prevent their more fortunato companions
from obtaining the coveted "balmy."'
Though a little sore and worn, and slight
ly out of humor over the belated return of
the boat, we dare say the participants' will,
a week from now, recall tho occasion us
one of tho most enjoyable of their lives.
The projectors or managers of tho excur
sion and tho officers of tho boat wero ex
ceedingly clever and attentive, and did oil
that men could do to make everything pass
off happily and harmoniously.
An irate Briton was brought before
Judge Bird, yesterday, in charge of consta
ble McAllister, for tresspassing on private
properly, in this, that be had monopolized
Walder's steps. Unwilling to be tried by
a "nagur," lie took a change of venue to
Squire Comings, and it appearing to City
A'toruey McGee that the arrest was male
more to gratify McAllister's resentment
than to vindicate a violated law, he
di-inissed the proceedings. It seems that
the Briton, whose name is John Rolstim,
was lolling upon Walder's steps. McAllis
ter told him to "move on." He did "move
on." but finally gravitated back to the same
place. McA., incensed that an order to
"move on" should be disregarded, arrested
Ilo'ston, with the result above stated. And
now it was the Britons turn. He had $10
said,' and it was a question with him
whether he should remain in Cairo and
make nn example of the "thing" who had
exorcised his little "brief authority" over
him. or leave him to a consciousness of his
own littleness. Ho finally concluded to
leave Pink to his consciousness, and
hold on to his 40-
It will be absolutely futile for the
Health officer to attempt to put the city of
Cairo in a good sanitary condition, unless
his efforts are heartily and continuously
seconded by every householder or occupant
of a house, in the city. A great outlay of
money and a vast amount of labor are not
indispensable, at all. A single day's work
will put any house the largest and nastiest
in Cairo, in a good sanitary condition ; and
the duty of the citizen thus discharged no
one need fear a default upon the part of
the city. We find in a Southern exchange,
directions "what to do and how to do it,"
and as they apply to Cairo quite as well as
to Nuw Orleans or Memphis, we
republish thein at length. To the first
paragraph we invite particular attention, as
the great danger to the health of Cairo
lurks under our dwellings, business
houses and our low board sidewalks:
1. Dampness. If the soil under the
house, walks or platforms is damp, or
flooded, drain it off at once, and till in with
river sand, or if that is not obtainable,
earth plentifully commingled with quick
lime or wood ashes. This is a point, the
importance of which cannot be overesti
mated. Some of the residences in the city
have pools of water formed under them,
and these are most deadly, breeding fevers,
bowel disorders, and diseases of various
descriptions. The same treatment should
be applied to every wet spot nbout a house
2 OlthoisES. If there is any odor
alwut an outhouse, it is in bad condition.
There is no excuse lor it, when a little sul
phate of irou solution can completely de
odorize it. One dollar's worth of sulphate
of iron copperas will be sufficient to
keep an outhouse in perfect order and free
from o lor for a year. Small quaatities of
the solution should be added from day to
day, as is required.
3. CisTF.u.NS. If the water in a cistern is
colored, or has any odor, or is filled with
filaments of green slime, or contains living
organic matter, it is deleterious. Lime is
an excellent puriticaut so is charcoal.
This last should be fresh, sewed up in a
gunny sack, and about twenty-five pounds
of it immersed half way iu the cistern.
This should be done every week or so. The
only objection to lime is that it "hardens"
the water but it renders it clear and free
from taint. Hulf an ounce of perman
ganate of.potassa, dissolved in a gallon of
hot water, and added one pint at a time,
will precipitate all organic matter in a
cistern. This is also an important matter.
4. Refuse. Servants should be com
pelled to place all refuse iu a box, where it
can bo reached by the city scavengers and
removed. A small quantity of decaying
auimal or vegetable matter is suflicieut to
give rise to most pernicious exhalations.
The above points Bhould be attended to
at once. Tho Bulletin will soon give
other hints regarding domestic sanitation,
which should claim the attention of every
resident of this city. Let one householder
in a neighborhood set tbu example, aud the
apathetic will soon follow in his train.
No one would willingly disturb the com
fort of ft public gathering by constant cough
ing; but wo feel that it is the proper thing
to call the attention of those nfllicted with
cough and colds to Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup,
which always cures.
AN ENEIIOF.TIC YOUNO MAN of good ad-
drcss and habits is wanted for a traveling
business. Address Z. Y. H., Bulletin office,
New York Stoue 15$ lbs of Ncw Or
leans sugar for $1.00, at tho New Y'ork
GnocEuiE, Nnw and Fkesii. I havo a
full lino of fresh family groceries of every
variety, just reccivod, and for sale at close
figures. All kinds of vegetables fresh from
the gardens. A largu stock of canned
goods, fruits, etc., at Trigg's old stand,
Washington aveuue. W. II. SriUEB.
Is not the power eniilovcil
taste and judgment, but the superior makes, excellent taste
of selection, magnificent cut and
prices offered lv
Immense Clothing House !
High Prices Kepudiated!
From cts. to 81.50 saved on every vest. My new
prices hailed vith.Lrreat satisfaction.
Men's White Marscill Ve
For the Cairo Bulletin
FROM oun THEP.ES vnkws gath
erer. Miss Jennie Warwick closed her school on
the 15th in st, and we pronounce her career
of instruction a success; not in turning
pages alone, but in instilling into the youth
ful brain the principles so essential to edu
cation. The closing exercises were wit
nessed by many of the citizens interested in
the progress of the pupils, aud were in part
as follows : Individual and concert read
ing, in which we were surprised to observe
the improvement. The questions in geo
graphy were no sooner asked than an
swered. The A. class in arithmatic, con
sisting of Misses Minnie and Alice t'ulley,
Miss Annie Uolden, Henry ILolwing, Hirrie
and Frank Plunert, surpassed, by far, our
greatest expectation. "Words of Welcome,"
by Harry Gibbs, was well sjioken. Reci
tations: "Little Mousie," byLutaGray, and
"That Awful Young Lady," by Pet Asher.
were good. Declamations: "The World,"
by Henry Rohving, "The Pen and the
Press," by Frank Planert, "The Smack ut
School," by Charley Wagoner, and "What
is Patriotism?" by Harrie Planert, were all
descrvidly praised. Select Readings:
"What is Lifei'ly Miss Min
nie Cullcy, "Tim River Time,"
by Miss Lillie Lightuer, and "William
Brown, of Oregon," by Miss Laura Gray,
were ably read. "Grandpapa and I," sunj
by some little folks, among whom we rec
ognized Holly and Bee Murchildon, was
greatly applauded. Drawing for prizes:
Miss Alice Cullcy, Pet Asher. Bee Marchil
don, Frank Planert and Alva Hauni, drew
from the attendance prize, Misses Lillie
Lightner and Alice t'ulley for history, Lulu
Wagoner and Harrie Gibbs for primary
arithmetic, Annie Iiolden and Pet Asher
for perfect spelling lessons. To enter into
details would require tuo much space. Suf
fice it to suy that cveryoue w ho has spoken
io us, has expressed the greatest admira
tion for Miss Warwick as a lady and
We made a "flying" visit to Clear Creek
last week and found it convenient to arrive
at Mr. Wash McR ivens' in time for dinner,
where we spent a most pleasant part of an
uftcrnoon. Mr. and Mrs. McRaveus aru per
sons who are capable of making any one
feel perfectly ut home while under their
roof. We then called upon a "host" of
other friends; among them were Mrs. Dr.
Finney, Mrs. E. Cullcy, Mrs. A. J. Bunch,
and Mrs. Dr. McRaven. They are the same
agreeable, sociable ladies we formerly
knew. Drs. Finney and McRavens arc
graduates of the Missouri Modical College
iu St. Louis, and are rapidly ascending the
ladder ot tame.
Were we to mention all of the substan
tial persons iu that locality, we fear we
should have to infringe upon the charity of
tho editor, as that portion of the county is
thickly settled by intelligent, wide-awake
people, and bids fair to be the wealthiest
part of Alexander.
All the merchants of Thebes have new
goods. C. A. Marchildon and wife have
returned from St. Louis.
Mrs. S. E. Lightner has been very sick,
but is now convalescing. The measels are
in town. Miss Belle Walker is said to bo
Mr. II. Planert has closed his school at
Hulcn and is"liomu agaiu." Ho has turned
his attention to his farm this spring. It
seems impossible for him to remain Idle.
Parson Reeves has hud good success in
converting sinners at Brownsville. Ho
baptized a number there, again yesterduy.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crain wero among them.
Rev. Reeves Is a Baptist minister, and gains
friends wherever ho goes, regardless of de
When "Hard rau" receives hii W&S f
which attracts the man of
tit, and the remarkably low
No Compromise! I Come to
A. MA.IIX, GlOhioLeveo.
"black ink" from the "corner of Planert
street and Marchildon avenue," we hope he
will be generous enough to divide with his
brother and sister "scribblers."
Thebes, April 28, 1S79. Mks. S.nous.
, Foil FmsT Class day board for flS.OO
per month, go to the Planters House.
Lokii.lard's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound package-.
Also Loril lard's Nickle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsnityer's at fac
First class cut curds at the Bulletin
office at St. Louis wholesale prices. Print
ing $1.00 tn 1.50 per thousand.
Hams, Hams. Best hams in the city.
Warranted at 9j and l)?,', at New York
Ten Cents Wouth. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cihits, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to i Henry Schick's, No. 14',' Commer
Huston Butter. We now offer this cele
brated, choice butter to families, by the
tub at 2:Jcts; at retail, 25. Guaranteed
best in the market, ut New York Store.
A. Hali.ey, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to hi,
large and varied stiK'k of tinware, stove.-,
cutlery and fancy giaxls. His cook ctovi
ure among the latest and U't patterns nml
arc not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market; they tire of the heaviest make
and will last, I, nger and use less fuel than
any other. S .1.1 so close as to make it nn
object to call and examine. Breech load -ing
Shot-guns. Fishing Tackle etc., and
everything else low to suit the times.
Tern e 1 a 1 ice 1 la 1 1
Friday Eve., May 2, lfJTlt.
For the heiieflt of the
Ticket at the door. Fur
Gentlemen, 81. - Ladies, Free.
;"?"Th regular nieetlns of the Club the cume
evening iit7::)iio'cloek idiurp.
4 Nights and Saturday Mat inee
AKclnted by tho Fnvorlto Truvixllnu,
WM. II. LKAKlil,
and her New York Company of Shakes
Thursday, May 1st,
ShnkeDiH'iiro'i Exqulnlto Comedy,
A.S YOU LIKE IT
Fridav, Mav 2d.
The Oretit Kinolloiml 1'luy,
Saturday, May 3d,
Saturday Matinee, luturo announce
Amiton . SOund 70 C'tn.
tfoextricunruQ for reserved loati; t liartmtu'i
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