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H. BRYANT, M. 1).
QfflCt: Kida ud Washington Avenue.
KBSlDECKi-Coriicr Nineteenth and Waste
"1T jriMAKKAPI, 31. V.,
Homeopathic Hiysielaii and Surgeon.
Oltce 1 W Commercial Hvennti. Icnldcnco corner
Kourlnth St. and Washlnijtou avenue. Cairo,
U. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Crrici No. t-'W Oommej-dal Avenue, between
Stfhtli uinl Niuth S;reet
JJR. W. C JOCELYN, '
t K N T 1ST.
uFKtCK Kitihth .street, ueir Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE : With tilt' Widow' Mid Oorphaua' Mil
Mini Ai (1 SocMr
J ISFaUK & LANSDEN,
t;FFIC2 No. 11) Commercial Avenue.
poR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
TUe Elegant .Sidev. hei.1 Passenger Steamer
Leaves Cairo every afternoon Ht 3 o'clock, for
Paducaii. Metroioli and sv landing for
reiht or apply to SuL A. Mu hit,
AS'iit. . -
(JAIIIO CITY FEltRY CO.
THREE IgSgU STATES.
On and after Monday, June 111, the boat will make
he following trips:
LSAVKS LKAVEH I.KAVXS
Foot Fourth st. Missouri Land'ir. Kentucky Ld's
7 a. ra.
1 a. .
11 a. m.
i p. m.
s::W p. ru.
i p. ra.
7::!0 a. m.
9:l a. m.
11 :: a. m.
s.-sn a. m.
ft it, m.
1 p. ra.
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HAKHKCl'E AND DANCE.
AND GROVE DANCE!
" THl'HSDAY, Al'OCST 28, 1ST!.
A day of amusement and fun alive. K very bod v
Invited to come. The celebrated l.lM'JINfc'ff,
bTKINU BAND, of Pulaski county, las been en
;aed lor music. Also Plying Dutchmen and other
amusements. Come ever) body, and dou't you
forget it. v
CM. BENNEFIEI.D, PAT. SILLIYAN,
A.J.ALDEN, JOHN IIODOKS,
LEXAXDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street.
F. IlltOSS. President
P. NKFF, Vice-President.
H. WELL. Cashier
T J KKUT11, Assistant Cashier.
K. Bro.a Cairo; William Kluirc. Cairo;
Peter Nil Cairo; William Wolf, Cairo;
C M. Osierloh. Cairo: 11. L. llillinley. M. Louis;
K. Kuder, Cairo; J. Y. l lemsoti, Culcdouiu;
(". 0. Patler. Cairo.
A (iKNKHAL IlANKlNO IUSINESS DUNK
IXCHANCE soM ar.d houht. Interest paid in
J the .Savings Department. Collections inutle
jo an uusincsa proinpuv aiicuucu lu
HE CITY NATIONAL HANK,
C'uiro, 1 1 1 molts.
W. P. HALLWAY, President.
H 1.. HALI.1DAY, Vice-President.
WALTEK HYSI.OP, Cas.;ei.
. TAATS TA VI.OH, W . V. IIAU.IPA V,
MINIir I. MAM.1IMV, It. II. CCNNINIIIIAM,
0. h. WaUAKSON, STUI'IUN llllll),
II. H. CAKUKK.
Exchange, Coin and United States Boml
DOl'l.HT AND SOLD.
I) pwits received and a ucm nl liaiiUInu luslues
tlKAI.KUl IN ,
FLOUR, GRAIN ASD HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Holiest Cash Trice Paid for Wheat.
THE DAIIA' BULLETIN.
KNTEHED AT THE I'OST OFKIC'K IN CA1K0, IL
LINOIS, AS 8KC0ND-CI.ASS MATTKli.
OFFICIAL PAPKKOK ALEXAN'DEH COUNTY"
Ouly Moriiinjr Daily in Southern Illinois.
Caiiio, 111., Autriist
Time. Har, Ther. hum Wind. Vil Weather.
: a m .
1 ;iii ;w.Iii
"".Maximum Temperature, 7SJ; Minimum Tern
peralure, 5!ts ; Jtalnl'sll. 0.00 Incll.
Sers't Slsual Corps. U. S. A.
IX AXI) AROUND THE CITY.
The I. V. cnirint' 10S was brought over
from Missouri, yesterday.
County court, for traduction of pro
bate business, convened yesterdny morning.
A beautiful shell given nwny witli ev
ery pound of Tea, at Pettis & Diui) a.
Miss Lizzie, daughter of E. W. Green,
is in Villa Ridge, visiting Miss Bertie Luf
kin. Bruce Bewly was fined $1 aud cost
vesterdav. under the double charge of
D. and D.
Three of the ward health officers haw
lug completed their reports, were relieved.
All kinds of freslrrackers, nic uac?,
etc., at I'kttis & Bird's.
John C. Crowly, of St. Lou'.s. was in
Cairo, yesterday, operating in the interest of
the firm of which he is a member.
Charley Williams was brought before
Squire Osborn, yesterday, and fined the
usual D,GO, for making an unlawful assault
upon Ales Fry.
Everybody come and see our five cent
counter. Pettis & Butn.
Mr. George ,,E. Ilawkius left for St.
Louis. Sunday, to fill a place in the print
ing house of Toof & Co., tor whom lie
worked in Memphis. '
Try our Fancy Family Flour, cheap
I'kttis & Bn;.
There will be a grand barbecue at
Hodges' Park oa the 23th instant, ot which
the sheriff and county treasurer are 'mimed
as Cairo managers.
At the Central Archery Club practice,
last niht, the leading scores made, shoot
ing 24 arrows, were. Mr. Van JVuvn 4"i;
Miss Ella Bobbins :!2; Miss Mary Halliday
Another arrival of choice northern
Butter at Pettis & Buto's.
Street Superintendent Smith is making
it lively with parties delinquent for street
tax. Theie seems to be but one way to get
rid of the fellow, and that is to buy him oil'
with three half-dollars.
Thomas Hurt, alias Owens, having no
visible means of support, was taken before
Squire Comings under the vag net, yester
day, and lined if 30. lie was given n stay
of execution, under a promise that he would
promptly leave the city.
A Paducah runner was in the city Sun
day, ami putting himself under the influ
ence of liquor was easily beguiled into a
"little game." To make short work of the
story, he left the city a gold watch and $35
poorer than he came.
The Illinois Central sand pile, in this
city, is to be enlarged by the addition of
five hundred wagon loads, The sand is
hauled from the Missiisippi, and i- nn
excellent article fur railroad um's.
We have received n communication
that administers a severe reprimand to the
colored women who participated in the
America picnic. lst week. A it de:ls
with certain parties by name, audi violent
ly persona!, we cannot, of course, give it
We learned, yesterday, that H. Watson
Webb, Esq,, is the pies nt Democratic
nominee for police judge of the city of San
Fiunebeo a position that pays 5,0(il) or
$'1,000 a year. There is a probability, but
by no means a certainly that he will be
(dieted. The city N greatly giv 'ii to Kear
--Sometime during Saturday night, or
early Sunday morning, a trunk tilled with
clotliiti" was stolen from the mom of one
ol the Planter's House (lining room girls,
Hud carried to the weeds, where it was rob
bed of iN contents, The trunk was silt t -
qumtly recovered; but the clothing, which
was of the areater value, has not been found.
Among other new names added to the
Reform pledge, we notice thow nf ,, '.
Merrimau, M. Clark, C. W. Sell, Mike
Cornesky mid I'. W. Allen If tiny oftliese
gentlemen lose a job; loseca-te in respecta
ble, society, or their own self-ri spi ct be
cause of the pledge taken, we should like
to hear from them.
Di. Mitchell, of the National Hoard of
Health, takes a gloomy view of the future
of Memphis. Even it its sanitary and hy
gienic conditions are restored, lie llitllks il
will sink to a city of the lower grade, in
size f.'id commercial importance, like
Natchez and Napoleon,
The news from Memphis continues to
mnulaiu a divoiirMging average. The only
hopeful feature n'miit the ruatt.T N that,
since the negroe can't , be persuaded to
leave the city, there is a stiong probabliily
that they will oou b waied out. Of the
23 cas.v repoite I Sunday, 15 were nniong
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKMN(t -AnotfKT' 10. 1879.
-s-Ono of the wantons of tho Winsor cs
tablishmcnt attempted suicide, Sunday
night by dosing hersclt with morphine
Her name is Kitty Martin; find tho deser
tion of her man, who is said to be a rail
roader, is the reason assigned for the at
tciwptod suicide She had a very "close
call" of it.
There were an unusual number of
drunken men on tho streets yesterday. A
quiet citizen passing along Commercial
avenue, near Eighth, received a violent
blow in the back from one of the drunken
rulEaus, and that a street fight did not fol
low was because the citizen thought it bct
terto take one blow quietly than to give
and take perhaps a dozen blows angrily.
The ratlle for Hogan's horse, saddY
and bi idle came o!T at Mike O'Donnell's
saloon the other evening, the whole outfit
being won by George Wheeler's throw . of
43. The outfit netted Hogan $183, which
was largely in excess of its real value. The
average of the throws was oig, many of
them exceeding 40, the highest possible
throw being 54..
Chady. Buck, a negro woman who
lives near the Planter's tobacco warehouse,
corrected her twelve-year-old boy, yester
day, in a manner that was simply savage
and brutal. She seized a piece of pine
board, nnd not satisfied with flic blows she
hhowcred upon the lad's body, she dealt
him a blow upon the head that cut the
scalp to the bone. Squire Robinson very
properly lined the savage woman $10 and
The members ot the Central Archery
club, joined by a uumbcr of invited guests,
will hie them away to tho woods, Wednes
day afternoon, where they will cygagc in a
shooting tournament, ganging the bows
and distances to the different classes of
participants, and offering prizes of sufficient
value to give the contest an increased inter
est. It will, we dare say, prove an especial
ly pleasant occasion.
About 10 o'clock Sunday morning a
number of disreputable masculines
gathered in Anna Dalzell's establishment,
in the lower part of the city, ami engaged
in a rumpus that threatened the destruction
ot every article of furniture in the house, to
say nothing of the shapefulncss of the
participants faces and the soundness of
their crantums. Anna foreseeing such a
conclusion to the "chiinborec" blew her
police whistle, at the sound ot which the
Alex. Fry was fined $5 ami costs by
Squire Robinson, yesterday, for menacing
one Charles Williams. Fry met Williaims
near Kennedy's store and proceeding to the
work of cutting a stick trom limb ot a tree,
Williams at once concluded that it was to
be used over his head and shoulders, mi l
therein he was not mistaken. Had he not
taken refuge in the store Fry would cer
tainly have "dusted his jacket." with an
energy that would have wanned Williams
all the way through.
The barbecue for the benefit of the
"Colored Women's Temple," will come off
to-day, at Elm Grove. Dinner will be
spread at noon, and be prolonged until all
that come mo served. Meats of the choicest
kind, and barbecued iu the most skillful
manner, will form the substantial course of
the meal, but other edibles in great variety
will be served. The affair will conclude
with a grand dance at night, in which all
well behaved persons will be allowed to
participate, by complying with the rules.
-Mr. William Wolf, of the New York
store, was so overcome by dizziness or
swimming of the head, while on duty at
tie- store, yesterday morning, that bis
friends were compelled to call u hack to
haul him home. Mr. Wolf's health has
been very seriously impaired this summer,
mid a disposition to return to his place iu
the store before his condition win ranted it,
has given him but little opportunity to
fully regain his wonted vigor. What
he needs is about two month's rest and
Thomas Stratum, a colored resident of
the Fifth wiird.jhaving more house mom
than he could occupy, rented rooms to a
number of his colored acquaintances. He
appeared bel'oie Squire Osboin, yesterday,
and complained that his renters were a noisy,
belligerent set, and that wiih quarreling ami
lighting they rendered the nights hideous.
When Thomas was called upon to '"specify"
however, the complaint became shorn of
much of its pos-itiveness, and through it
all thefnet cropped out that the renters
had failed to respond to the monthly de
iiiainVfor rent; and that, therefore, his de
hire to work their expulsion w:, not based
upon moral considerations, but the more
mercenary determination to "have his own."
The proper notices weie made out anil in
due .time now. Thomas' delinquent renters
will be compelled to seek shelter clsuliero.
Hie Democratic papers o "the border''
nre expressing astonishment at contin.
lied silence of Govcrnor-eh el. Illackblirn,
of Kentucky, respecting the charges dm-d-ly
preferred by the Cincinnati Gazclte und
other responsible Republican papcis. that
he is the Dr. Blackburn who ni.,d tosptead
the small-pox and yellow tcwr m tin. .0rth
during the war, by the sale of infected cloth
ing. The charge has been ridhilid by the
Louisville Courier-Journal tuil other Ken
tucky papers; but now that it is , .p(.nt,.J .
by tvspuiisib'.u papers, it ha i;M.,i nbove
the reach of ridicule, and dmands serioas
tllli'iitioii, Further silence
strued as a confession of grill; , sj,.
pic. denial will not answer pubile ij,.ct:i-
tion. Tho Governor must institute such
proceedings against the Cincinnati Gazette,
as will lead to a rigid inquiry, and, (it hq
is innocent,) to his thorough vindication at
the hands of a court ot law. He should
never take his seat as Governor of Ken
tucky while resting under such a damag
One of oxt colored citizens named
Hart, employed an attorney, yesterday to
institute criuilual proceedings against the
negnuwflc of the steamer Bolivar H. Cook.
Mr.'Hart'alleges that his wife took passage
id Paducah for Caiio, and thinking that 50
cents paid the fare, provided herself with
that amount, and no more. It proved in
sufficient, and she was compelled to mnko
tin' trip on deck. Alxmt 2 o'clock tho
negro cook came on deck and asked her
if she had had any dinner. She replied
that she had not. ''Como then," he rejoin
ed, "go to the cook house with me, and I'll
give you something to cat." She unsus
pectingly followed the fellow, ami had no
sooner gained the cook house than the
Muck rascal attempted as she declares to
outrage her person. She resisted, nnd be
ing of the muscular class of women, proved
more than the lusty cook could manage.
She succeeded in gettiug away fro m
him; und on her arri
val ut Cairo communicated the facts to her
husband, w ho, on tho return of the Unit,
will have the offending cook arrested and
brought to trial.
The gympson, cockle-bur and other
rank weeds that grow on our commons and
skirt either side of many of our streets,
are certainly not pleasant objects to con
template, and, rotting and decaying under
the autumn 6un, they taint the air with
their unwholesome outgivings. A very
little labor, expended at the proper time,
would rid the city of their presence. All
of them are propagated or perpetuated by
seeds; and it has baen noticed that where
they have been cut down before seed time,
two years in suces.-ion, they have given
place to a compact, closely knitted
sod of crab grass. This
grass, once firmly rooted, holds
its territory against the invasion of
weeds of any nnd every kind. When it
gets the upper hand it keeps it; nnd where
it has formed beds along the sides of our
street-till, it holds the dirt in place, and
prevents the washing of gullies, during
heavy rainfalls. Two men would clean
all our street-sides of the noxious weeds iu
a single week. A like expenditure of lalxir
at the proper time next year, would assure
to us, the year following, the desired crop
of crab grass. Toclnn the commons of
their weeds would piobably be too big an
undertaking, but if nude, the change would
certainly be u most gnteful one.
TheJaeksoti, (Teiii.)Whig posts one L.
A.M. Perkey, a juor printer, as an unmiti
gated scoundrel und dctd beat, and asks the
brethren of the press to give him a lift.
Perkey and McXavin effected u lease of the
Whig office, and Perkey cmiEienced apply
ing its recieptstohis otvn use. It was finally
taken away from him, and in punishment
for slanderous storiei circulated by him
the owner of the AVliig gave him a trounc
ing. He then concluded to leave the city,
and to raise the needed funds he called
upon it poor widow woman who had $10
laid by for use in cases of sickness or
death, und telling this poor creature a vil
lainous falsehood he succeeded in getting
the $16, leaving with her as collateral, a
worthless deed tor property in Denver,
which the Whig alleges, he disposed of
over a year before. His board bill he paid
with orders on customers of the office and
witli bills receivable, which the Whig de
clares he stole from the office. This and
other crookedness the-Whig charges to Mr.
Perkey's account,aud concludes with the re
mark that he is a well known scoundrel who
ought to be watched wherever he goes.
Perkey is about ')'' years old, wghs about
lo5 pounds, has black hair and moustache;
speaks readily and very confidently, and
has a defect in bis right eye that gives him
a glaring expression. This is the Whig's
story. What has Mr. Perkey to say?
In pursuance ot arrangements previous
ly made, the rites of baptism by immersion
was administered to Charley Glass, about
." o'clock, Sunday afternoon. There were
two or three hundred colored people, mule
and female, present, and the best of order
attended the ceremony from beginning to
end. After singing by the audience, and
prayer by the Rev, Mr. Caldwell, of the
A. M. E. church, Glass insisted that inns
much as lie didn't have a second suit ot
clothes, it would be necessary to defer the
baptizing until that need could be supplied.
The sheriff being one of those fortunate men
who have more clothing than they wear on
their hacks, furnished Glass an old
suit, and, much to the satisfaction of the
crowd, it was iginounced that there
would be no postponement ; but that Glass
would be immersed, light then and there.
Accordingly while the crowd sung;
"Doyen not knew that solemn word.
We're burled Iu the Lord,"
ns lined by elder Van Yaxler, Glass was led
from his cell to the vat, arranged on the
same floor, ami partially filled with water.
He stepped over the edge of the vat into
the water, and while yet the crowd kept up
tho singing, he was lowered down, nnd
plunged under. He was raised, dripping,
clapping his hands in a paroxysm of ecstasy
that sought vent in cxclainuiionsol "glory!"
I am happy in Jesus," etc,, to, which the
lookers-on gave responses of "amen," "look
up," "trust God," nnd so on, After the
lapse of a few minutes, during which there
was much hearty hand-shaking, Glass was
returned to his cell by tho Sheriff, and the
crowd received tho benediction and dis
persed. A nitioiiT and happy face peeping out of
a baby carriage, is a sure sigu that tho lit
tle occupant has not been doctored with
opium preparations If your baby needs
medicine buy a bottle of Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup. It contains uothing injuries.
For the Cairo nulletln,
A HUMANE JAILER AND WELL
Tho fact that tho following communica
tion appears iu our columns at all, is con
clusive proof that Sheriff Hodges knows
nothing about it, as ho is one of the lew
men who shrink from newspaper exfolia
tion, Ed. Bfl.l.ETIN.
Editor C'uiro llulletiu;
Sin: -Our cell is often visited by people
w ho enquire very particularly if we get
enough to eat some of whom seem much
surprised when we tell them we have
plenty, and of that which is good. Now to
use plain, expressive language, and that
which we think contains human nature,
whenever we hear a prisoner complain of
what our Sheriff gives us to cat, or of the
attention we receive generally, it is just ns
good proof as we would have that the man
was never accustomed to as good, at home,
or anywhere else.
We will now give a correct bill of tare:
For breakfast, we have collie, nice
baker's bread and biuiit, potatoes, bacon,
and often, for a change, nice tender beef
steak. For dinner or supper, bakers-' and
corn bread, bacon or beef, potatoes, toma
toes, corn and onioKS.
Which we are sure most any one will
pronounce, good common fare much bet
ter, indeed, than cither of us expected to
get in a prison.
We have never yet asked a favor, of
eitherMr.orMrs.il., but what has been
freely granted, and we are sure they treat
us no better than the rest. Mrs. II. is parti
cularly kind and attentive to prisoners,
when sick. It seems to afford her pleasure,
to do any thing in her power for them.
Ani when a person is sick, what is better
than to have a kind and tender-hearted
lady, who has had experience in sickness,
to look after you? Wc would not give
one such, for a half dozen doctors. We are
also treated very kindly by the guard, and
other attendants around the jail; and feel
quite sure, that any prisoner who is dis
posed to tell the truth, will sanction what
we have said.
McAl I.II KK & Al.KXANDEK.
Aug. 19th. IST'J. Cell No. 1.
Fuom all sections of the country come
tidings of the good effects of Dr. Bull's
Baltimore Pills in diseases ot the Liver,
Stomach. Bowels, and Blood. They cure
Constipation, Malarial Fever, Headache,
A Seauih Wai'.kant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, und Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Itj
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin. Boils, Pimples,
&c, wc warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. See that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper.
R. E. Si:i.t.K.its & Co., Pmp'is, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Savf. voi'ii chii.dhen. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbery's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine, Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Win.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by nil drug
gists. Price 25 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co..
proprietors. Pittsburgh, I'll. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros.. Agents
'I'm: Titi'Tii is miomtv and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billions
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver, For
sale by all druggists. Price 25 cents. R,
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
Wai.lack's OiiciiF.sTF.it. The orchestra
of Wallack's The lire, New York, is famous
for its extraordinary precision. This is due
entirely to Thomas linker, an Englishman,
who has conducted it for years. Sir. Baker
used to suffer terribly from rheumatism,
but now is as supple and nimble as a school
boy, lie ascribes his freedom, as he ought,
to Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia. Giles'
Pills cures llillinusness. Sold by all drug
gists. Send for pamphlet. Dr. 'Giles, 120
est i.rouiiway, -. , 1 rial
ceiils. Sold by llarclav Bros.
It was a Frenchman who said that "a
long and careful scrutiny of mankind had
convince, him that most men were mortal."
Still we nre of opinion that the frequent
judicious use ol Mutt's Vegetable Liver
Pills would lend to keep the system in good
repair ami prolong life licyond the ordinary
average. Sold by Barclay Bros.
By buying the new and popular medi
cine Kidney-Wort, you get in each pack ve
enough of the dry compound to nuKn si
quarts of medicine, thus saving double the
money which is usually paid for medicine
prepared In liquid. It Is a specific cure
for Kidney and Liver diseases.
SPECIAL 11USINFSS NOTICES.
To Rest. Two story brick house;
eight rooms, on Ninth street, opposite Dr.
Dunning. Apply to A.Mahx,
01 Ohio Levee.
Ten Cents Woiitii. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
tho toiuorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
Wc have the solo right to manufacture,
sell or put up letter or note heads under
Hodder's patent. Any infringement on our
right will be prosecuted.
TiiF. Caiiio Eci.i.etin.
A Caiid To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of mini
hood, etc., I w ill send a receipt that will
cure you, hike ok ciiaik.e. This grean
remedy was discovered by a missionary it
South America. Scud a sell ad dressed'en
velope to the lti;v. Josr.i'ii T. Inman, Sta
tion D. New York City.
It pound Old Barry Letter H"tds.
Vi " " " Note Heads.
ft " Linen Letter Heads.
2 Linen Note Heads.
The uf.st quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
8 J a pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 nnd 1(1 pound Bill Heads nil .sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding. n!l kinds at Tiik.
Anti-Belix m Pricks At the barber
shop of J. Geo. Steinhotiso, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a ( lean', cool shop, r.t-y chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, nnd sat
isfactory woik. Prices; Shaving. 10
edit.-; Ihir-cut, 25 cents; Shampooing,
25 cents. Give him a call.
NOT'-C.. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY C )N(.K1'. :
7Vuiro Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be Attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work nre valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. BlliNT.TT.
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy To
bacco. SMALL ADVEKTISHMKNT.
I.I. ADVERTISEMENT In this column. f
1 V ri ve lines i'a ii nr les w ill be putdlli"d fur i'i
cents cverv Itis. rtlnn; l o per m .nth. Ear!, ad
ditional Hue. Scent., h Ileal Ion a wanted free.
FoK Sai.k-Separately nr together, a set of sli,i:
harness, a new. Iiij'.'.-v cushiou and a Uk'irv whip
Apply a! llulletiu bindery. Jet E D'it.ke
IIEADO,t'AHTEHS FOII FINE AIlCI'EHYl.OODsi
Hon.. ArniMs. Tare, t. I'ImhIiii- (tluves. etc . at
C. W. HENDEIIsO.VS, (.'unimercial avenue, cor
ner Twelfth utreet
Liver iV Stomach Pads,
ONE DOLL All
THE CHEAT SPECIFIC '
THE IIET ItEMEDY
IN THE WOULD"
lias preied itself lv u Three Veers Cm;a!.'ii of
OVt.ll Al l
Liver, Stomach ami Ilowels,
l'roiliiiliiu' a larger portion of u underfill and
Than any oilier Pemedy before tin; puMIe
A PHEVENTATIVi: OF ALL KPIDK.MfCrt.
Yellow fever. lilllloiis nnd Typhoid Fevers.
ALL MALAIII L AND MIASMATIC IVISoNS
Neutralized. Eliminated und expelled through
the naiiirul excretions hy
DK.C. Y FORMES
Health Restoring Liver 4 Stoiiiucli rails
An iiiuldote Hint has proven lis ivpellarl foive
to expel Aluio'plii lie (ierins of Dlsen-e
that Infest Hie ulr.
An Antidote mid preventative nnd cure lor Chil
dren, Summer Cninplnints.l liolera InlMiitiini, Scar
let Fever. Measles. honplni; Coiiyli. etc.
A prcvenliilive Hint Is lilchl.v nppieelaled hy quite
n number of tnolhets who have tried ''.'J'-..-Forbes'
Padsiuv Hindu from oh.M INK MED
li'VL KXTK.UTS. possessing Hie best absorbent
propeilles know u to science. Iiiivlinr ft direct iiepll
nitloii to thu removal ol Morbid druiinlo eondlllolis
und rcstorlnc lo health, natural energy uinl norma
neilvliv Die vital function" which nre vycukencd and
(lebllllnled by disease. Ity'' l'r.VX'J! ""'m"'', ',Vl'' '"
possess a I'UWEIIFI'L fc.M I".lY lor nil dl.enscs
of the Liver. Hloinaeli and Dowels, ns thousand
can testify froni prncllciil .;xperleiiee
N, II. As Hie price ol the Pud has been reduced,
II 'unities II the cheapest and most convenient mldl
i iillou you can m 1,,r "' "r 'iovo diseases
ONLY OXK DOLL Alt !
.ONLY ONE DOLLAK!
H afler oilr HI"' V'H l'e tllssallslWd. send Inn k
your Pud to Hie proprietor, mid the
MONEY WILL liE REFUNDED.
"I'irnll advlciMHin,) send symptoms nnd en
onirics, (also for lii(ile Pud) lo
1 . lilt.O. W. K0III1ES.
IMIW. Fourth Ht,. CINCINNATI.
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