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Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
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tvt Aid 8ocl.tr.
INEGAK & LANSDEN,
Attorneys-at- Lia w.
V'FFICS-No. 1M Commercial Avenue.
,10R METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.,
Tin; K:e.nant.SIdwhee! Paawnger Steamer
3& CHAMPION BStt
ljiCiM every aflemooa at 3 o'clock, for
Vlnr... Metropolis M.1 wj? 'M1""."; ..iff
f!j-t or pvMi'J apply ' suL A M1'"'
(JAIIIO CITY FEUUY CO.
On audafur Monday, 1 uue lii. tc boat will make
fie fuli-jwia t: ip :
ftot Fourth M Mimouri Lund'tf
7 a. m.
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'OH HISSKIN M ERCHAXl'S.
it. KifiKU, S. B. TMin.woiiD, J. II. Moohb
Farmer's Tobacco U'areliouse
"No. , IS and lit CouinHTC.al Aveiiuu.
taSTLllKTiil Advmifemeiitit made ou Couriini
wut of Tobacco. Kiour. and Gniii.
jay-Agi ula lor Ucar, fccott A Uo. Ihrf-hlni: ma
r tn,:. portable uaw mill aad llirclunc viulua.
AenU lorthauipiOD harvoalliie U'lchtuva. luowora
u1 reayom. .
TJM12 CITY NATIONAL RANK,
W. p. HALM DAY, Paaiilont.
U. L. HALMDAY, VlcePrt-xIdi'tit.
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Eichioiafe, Coin and United States llouds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Ih-poalia rccelvad aud general baukluti butlueei
Variety Bracket Store,
'mnniiTclttl Avenue Corner Mutli Street.
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Heeiilnca. Mniilm. Fruit Trei H. and Hnmll
'uit. thatwill lo told ct,e.'.)M'i nrd VH'!"d butter
ijhii ut any Miicr oihcu on t:e American ruminant
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTKHK" AT TUK l'OST OKICK IN CAIUO, IL
MNOIS, Alt bUCONn-OI.AHA MATTE"
Ki'll lAl. I'Al'RROI,' AtBXANlKK COUNTY,
Only JfoviVluff Daily in Southern Illlnol
Cairo, III., beptember US7tf.
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ft. in M.lM TO TS
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""i.imiim Ti-mneratiire. Thi tliulmillU
r.eriitiirc, n i Kainlall. U 00 Inch
W. II. HAY,
StTtf't Signal Corps, U. t. A.
JX AND AROUND THE CITY.
Mrs. Dr. Miircim is pnymg a sliort
visit to t'riemlet at Villa Ridgo.
Tin1 regular monthly meeting of the
Taximycr-' aH!iation will -ho helil in
Scjuin? Comings oflice this evening.
Two of tho men employed ou thcqiiar-
flntinc loat at Island No 1, threw up their
positions, yesterday, and returned to "the
-Tims. Ho'!irUi's eelehrated Humpty
Dinupty Puutomime Company is booked nt
the Atheneum fur tlic Uth and 12th of this
We hear nothing from the editorial
jang that whs to have asemMi:d at Dixon
Springs, last Monday. If tlicre, they are
not, as is the wont of the cratt, making
As Prof, liwiiuin's synopsis of his
series of lectures in "answer to Col. Iiob
Ingersoll," is quite lengthy and needs re
vision, we are constrained to defer its pub
liuation uutil Sunday.
August Rosenbaum, a peddler el' little
tneks. imbibed too freely ot Uquul para
lysis, yesterday, and passed under its in
fluencc. He was lined one dollar and c.ists,
by Sipiire Robinson, und secured the amount
by leaving his pack.
Mr. Fr:mk Socncer. son of lion. II
II. Spencer, and Miss Abbia Eut, daugh
ter ot Mr. Thos. J. Eat, were married, at
the residence of the bride's parents, at
MniiniU .Timetion. on Tuesday last the
Rev. E. B. Oimsteil, officiating.
--We do not .wish it inferred, from the
remarks in which wo indulge elsewhere,
that we are anxious for nn opportunity to
bid again for the city printing. Should the
opportunity be offered, we would. simply re
peuttlix'bid alnudyin the hands of the
rfing committee. .
Iu the Cai) and Viuecm.es yard are
ninety ear loads ot walnut logs, that ;uc
said to be billed for New York. Unless some
attention is soon given to the growth of
walnut timber, the day is not very far in the
future when its scarcity will compel its dis
use, except in costly articles. The con
sumption during the past ten years has
been enoi moils.
Judge Uakcr made a Hying trip home,
yehterday, and left again iu the evening, lie
came from Vienna, where he had been
holding court, since Tuesday morning, for
Judge Marker. From here he went to
Lawrence county to dispose of several con
demnation cases that have arisen under the
effort nt the C. & . 11. 11. Co. to secure
the right of way for its Lowrcnceville and
St.' Francisville connection. 1 1 is family
will return to Cairo about the tt of Oct.
Miss Annie Johnson scalded her mucous
membrane with Jeivy lightning, Wednes
day night, and becoming obnoxious to the
(piiet and good order of her neighborhood,
was arrested and held in charge over night.
She was brought before Squire Rob'Msnn,
yesterday, and that dignitary, after hearing
the testimony, concluded that the majesty
of Ihft law had been affronted to the i.mount
of one dollar and costs, and so said, olli
eially. The l'inlueab police lorce are acting
under instructions to iinest tdrcet-wtilking
females and the men that may be caught
walking with them. This is right, .hist
why the female bawd should bear all the
lmnHiment ami the "masculine bawd no
"Scott free," is not be explained upon any
princinle ot iii-tice, moiauty or common
sense. The man is the guiltier of the two.
and his exposure and punishment .-.tumid
correspond with the measure of his guilt.
According to the announcement made
hist wck, the, ladies interested in the
Reform movement, are expected to provide
an attraction, independent of their own
presence, for the enjoyment of all who may
attend the nice ting of the Reform club, this
evening. The attraction will probably
consist of a spread of refreshments h the
hall. Mr. MeUee Is expected, and will
probably be present, to address the meeting.
If ho is not present, new talkers will be
While the Adams' express delivery
wagon was standing at the "Sharp Corners,"
yesterday morning, a country team, clumsily
guided, ran into it 111 such a mnnner ns to
overturn it nnd cause it to dump its con
tents on tho ground. The horses altncheil
were slightly startled by the commotion in
their rear, and pranced around quite actively
for awhile ; but when they discovered that a
reverse wagon was the sum total of the
mishap, they immediately quieted down, and
confessed, in their dumb way, that tjiey
wero ashamed of themselves.
TJ10 Nidewnlk on the wist side of
Washington, between Ninth and Tenth, U
undoubtedly in n most wretehediv dilru.
CAIIiO BULLETIN; FRIDAY . MOKMmj, SEPTEMBER
dated" condition. . Wo can't say that the
complaint we hear-iome of them ex
pressed in langoWO more forciblo than ele
gant aro unwarranted. Yesterday a Jitt'.c
boy running over tho walk, ran. Ids foot
through a hole, and that ho did not snap
tho bono of Ids leg duo to tho fortunate
circumstance that the rear plank yielded.'
Wo have been offered thirty-flvo cents a
foot for cursing tho walk, nnd unless repairs
aro effected Boon, we'll accept tho offer, and
iuvest tho money in repairs.
Miss Bridget Healy, sister of Mr..
Francis Healy, tho druggist, died ut 10:110
yesterday morning, of bronchitis. The
young lady had Buffered long and severely
(about six weeks) from tho attack; but"
passed away without much apparent Buffer
ing. Very few families of the -city have
felt tho rod of domestic affliction more
heavily, during the year past, than that of
Mr. Healy. The survivorsliavo tho hearti
est sympathies ot our cititzens, and more
especially of those who nro cognizant of
their many bereavements. Deceased was
about twenty years of age. See funeral no
''Geueral Grant," a colored lnd, or
iy years ot age, gave a smaller boy than
himself quite a drubbing, a few duys ago,
mid every since then has been dodging the
cops of the city. Yesterday be was picked
up, however, nnd while en route for the
Squire's office, he availeJ himself of a little
diversion of the olheers attention, and
broke away into a run. The speed he made
was certainly marvelous. A cloud of dust
moved along the street at the rate ol about
twenty miles an hour, und General Grant
was in the middle of it. As it is quite prob
able that the Justice would have dismissed
him with a lecture, the policeman didn't
feel inclined to make 21 miles m h-ur iu
order to overhaul him.
The returns from the California elec
tion, rcceivi'd yestcrd-iy, weie "v;vo.n and
gave no satisfactory, indication of the
general result. Kalioeli is believed to be
elected Mayor of S.m Frr.ncisco. IL' ran
ahead of his ticket. Thousands of Demo
crats supported the Republican state ticket,
hoping thereby to contribute more surely
to the defeat of KearnevUni. This support
probably insures the election of that ticket
In the vote for Congressmen party lims
were observed more closely. As the
Democratic city ticket cut no figure nt nil
in the contest in San Franc; cn, the ma
jority ngninst Wat Webb, who was the
candidate for Police juJi-c is liable to
strike any figure between 10.0W and C0.000.
We learned yesterday, from Judge
Baker, that cx-Gov. Dougherty is so very ill
that but little hope is entertained of bis
recovery. The Judge called to sec the sick
man; but found that the physician hail left
orders to deny visitors admission. The old
gentleman has been slowly fulling, mentally
as well as physically, for several years; but
as he was yet on the sunny side of three
score and ten, he seemed to have promise
of several years of life. He has always
shown himself a kind-hearted, genial gen
tleman, ever ready and willing to extend a
helping hand to the deserving; and, twenty
years ago, he took rank among the' most
cloqueut and effective public speakers in
Illinois. Rut his work here is nearly nt its
end, nnd that end may be readied before
the eye of the distant reader is permitted to
scan this paragraph, announcing his dan
Only railroad men know the peril to
which the small boys who frequent the rail-
mail yards Mid clam! t upon the cars,
subject themselves. It is absolutely sur
prising that from one to a half-dozen boys
aro not crushed, every day. Hair-breadth
escapes are .f daily and almost hourly oc
currence. Yesterday a lad, about ten years
of age, was standing on the top of n box
car, that was about t' be added to a train
that w'as undergoing "make-up." Asa half
dozen other cars wro beinir backed up. the
switchman yelled to the boy to get
down. The buy t;ave no heed to the warn
ing. The cars came together with u cni-h,
throwiug the lad from his feet nnd dowi
into the space between- the .cars. Tin
switchman hurried to tli" spot, expecting to
find the boy crushed to d.-ath. He found
; him, in-tead, clinging to the brake rod,
upon which he had caught in his desccnt.
Occurrence scarcely less alarming are re
ported every day or tvo.
The rumpus between the "Imlly bys
from Mill Cr-ek. by G d,"'id the male
portion of the colored excursionists, last
Sunday, is sai l to have grown out of the
bully boys horror of what may be desig
nated the "social equality ot the negro." A
while woman ot' questionable cliasity, named
Fanny Mil is, was tt passenger iVon. St.
Louis to ('air.', and her inel'nations led her
to a seat be-bh; a sprightly colored man.
The colored man seemed ph ased, and ho
did the white woman. This was a specta
cle that upset all tho philosophy of the
bully boys, nnd with much unanimity they
decided to "clean out the niggt v roost"
They obtruded themselves in the colored
people's car for this purpose, nnd wenj con
siderably surprised to lliul a number ot ugly
revolvers in familiar proximity with their
heads, before they had "cleaned out a single
nigger." Accepting this movement ns ft
hint that the niggers knew how to play the
"clean out'' game, there was nothing left
for the bully boys to do but to retire to
their own car and swear thai 1. 1 1 0 time
couldn't bu very far ahead wlicnth, niggers
would marry all the white women in the
country, and that if a white man married
at nil, he'd have to take a i)lg'"r, It was 11
sorry discomfiture for tho "bully boys from
Mill Creek, by O-d," and The Bulletin
extends its sympathies.
As was announced, several days ago,
Rob Ilarman died at tho ond of two days'
sickuess. On Mouday'ho and his father
discovering a lot ot pigs in tho ghrden,
chased them out. In doing this, Rob re
ceived a fall, but as ho complained of no
injur)-, the circumstance was laughed at
und soon forgotten. The following even
ing he complained of pains in the stomach.
They were regarded us of n cholicky nature
nnd treated ns such, Tuesday morning ho
became sick and feverish, ami took to bed.
During the day a physician was called, nnd
learning the nature and sent of the com
plaint, iuquired if the patient had recently
received u fall. Receiving, an affirmative
reply, the physician at oflce decided that he
had a serious case to deal with. The bow
els utterly refused to respond to enema or
purgatives, and the fever increased; but to
tho last Rob was very strong, nnd insisted
he was not much sick. On Wednesday
morning he wt;s permitted to leave his bed
and sit in a chair, lie had been sitting but
a few moments when lie called to bis
mother that be was losing his sight that
everything was growing dark. A luometft
later he had passed into a swoon, nnd soon
nl'terwards died. As no post mortem exam
ination was made, the exact nature of his
injury is not known; but the conclusion is
that his full produced a rupture in the small
intestines, or an equally fatal displacement.
The death was a great shock to the family
and won for tiiem expressions of condo
lence and sympathy from the entire com
munity. One of the most infernal outrages, or
rather, series of outrages, of which we
have heard in many a day, is laid to the
charge of a negro man, named Charley
Allen. Mary Hayes, a tolerably well-be
haved negro girl, lives in the collection of
houses known as the "corral." F.r tum
time past A! leu lias lcen importuning
Mary to live with him: but as Allen is a
married nun, and the father of six or eight
children, Mary has firmly and pcrsi-tcntiy
refused. At a late hour Wednesday night
Alien, arme.i wan n cico ami revolver, rc-
pairel t the house occupied by Mary,
found her asleep, and awakened her bygiv
ing her a tremendous blow w ith the club
across the Hip. He was about to follow up
the blow withjotheis, when Mary succeeded
in eluding him and training the house of a
neighbor named Mrs. Mitchell. Hither
Allen followed, forced an entrance, nnd seiz
ing the girl, beat her tothe thiur with the
Ltitt of his revolver, cutting the scalp to the
skull at 1 very blew. Seeimr or bclievim
that it was his riemiisli purpose to licat the
girl to death, Mrs. Mitchell gave the alarm;
when Allen desisted and made his eseaie
from the house. Yesterday morniiiLr Marv
reached the office of Squire Osliorn, badly
bruised and cut about the head, and swore
out a warrant for A le is arrest. While sic
was iu the oflice word reached lie: that Al
len whs awaiting her return at the corral,
and had expressed a determination to kill
her, on her retai n, and then leave the coun
try, provided she persisted in her refusal to
live with him. It was further reported
that ho had expressed 11 di termination to
resist arrest until death. If all this be trii"
Charles Allen should be made to teol the
heaviest penalty the law will warrant.
Men, or at least, some men, arc the
111,1st unreasonable, incomprehensible beings
on the face ot the earth. In the righting of
real or imagined wrongs of the most trivial
and inconsequential character, they often
invoke difficulty and disgrace, and not tin
frequently commit a wrong ten-told mote
serious than that which they undertake to
repair. Ben Powler met Spence Martin 011
the levee, yesterday, and snatched from bis
hand a pocket-book that contained exactly
fifteen cents. He opened the pocket-book
and took out the fifteen cents, because, as
he alleges, Six nee owed him a quarter of a
dollar. Spence demanded a return of the
money. Ben insultingly refused to return
it, whereupon Spence sued, and .-0011 bad
Ben betore Squire Robinson to answer.
As Bi it's conduct, had clearly been dis
orderly and of n character well
calculated to provok.j a breach of the
peace, the Squire fined him five dollars am1
costs of suit. As the fifteen cents he had
taken from Spence, constituted his supply
of money, ami us he had no friend who
was willing to stand good lor the payment
of the fine, Benjamin was turned over to the
Marshal, who started with him toward the
calaboOftO. In passing out of the oflice the
prisoner was brought n close contact with
Spence, nnd, quick us thought, be dashed
bis list iu that individual's face with all the
force lie could summon. For this dastardly
and ruffianly act he was returned to the
presence of the Squire, who properly lined
him the two fines, nnd (he attending
cost, tininunting to $117.03. This sum is Id
be paid, of course, by lying in tho cala
boose, for which pastime the city allows
him one dollar a day. And thus in trying
to enforce the payment of twenty-five cents,
Ren Powler exhibited his ruffianly nature,
and subjected himself to the disgrace and
hardship n five or six weeks' conllnemcid
in the city jail.
While the bid submitted by Tun
Un.LiiTiN for the city printing, j, of (l
character that does not enable I'm council
to determine in advance exaelly how much
the city printing of the year wiil con, il in
dicates, nevertheless the wny in which the
work should be ht. A call f. r bids I'm
lim" for samlarv purposes w..,u!d be an
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swered by proposals- to furpisl) it, for so
much 'per barrel or bushel; bids for strefet
filling aro at so much per cubic yard ; for
building sidewalks, so much per foot; for
nails, so much pur keg, etc. A call for
bids to supply all the nalla, lime or lumber
the pity might want for u year,
would either call out no bids
at . oil, or bid that would bo
based upon the consumption of such arti
cles during previous years with a tremend
ous margin to cover contingencies. But
the city compels nobody but tho printers
to bid in the dark. Merchants arc allowed
to fix a price on their nails by the keg, und
the city supplies its needs by the keg; the
lumber dealers supply lumber by tho thou
sand feet, and are paid for every foot they
furnish, and the same rule governs in the
purchase of all the city's supplies, whether
the purchases are effected under contract or
otherwise. But the printer is an exception
to this rule. He is require to name, in ad
vance, tho compensation ho is to receive for
till the services tlTe city may require of
him; and, naming that sum, the
city is in no way restricted; but
may, ns it frequently has done,
require a republication of the
entire code of city ordinances.
Under such a rule the advantages are all
on the side of the city; and why the printer
alone should be held to it, is a problem that
admits of no satisfactory explanation. The
printer, being a laborer, is us much entitled
to his hire, as anybody else who serves the
city. He should be paid for the work he
performs, whether the work be much or
It w i stated, some time ago, that the
wharf-bout ut Pad ucah had refused to re
ceive freight for or from the steamer Cham
pion. This rexrt placed the owners of the
wharf-bind, who are subject to the laws
that apply tu common earners and public
warehonseiiM f in -ueli an unenviable liht
before the public, that many of our cttizeus
refused to believe it, holding that it ha
been circulated with a view of injuring the
wharf-boatmen in the estimation of tin
public. It seems, however, that the nqiort
w;n sot unfounded. A Paducah shipper,
named T. B- Lylcs, publishes the following
card 111 the Paducah News of Tuesday :
'GL.Nn.LMKX : I see from the river col
umn in your issue ol the 1st instant that
the wharf boat at Paducah claims to show
no partiality in regard to receiving freight
This is false, which I can prove by twenty
good witnesses. Yesterday about " o'clock
in the morning I was m-tilied that the
teamer Champion had a lot of freight for
me, consisting of III bales of hay, and that
I had better be there to receive it, us the
wharf-boat would not receive it. I went
down and called Mr. Hughes out of lad
and a.,k. d him politely to let me store th
hay on the wharf, as it would b. damagei
by moving it iu the rain. Mr. Hughe
(clerk) remarked that "if he could not get
freight iu clear weather he would not re
cejve it" Alien rainy." I said to him that
1 1 . 1 .
uiu not miow 01 any change 111 receiving
freight, and did not know what to do as I
had no way to keep it dry.- Mr. Hughe
then referred me to t'apt. Joe Fowler, and
still insisted on not receiving the hay: I
know if he had a bill of charges to collect
he would refer me to the books in bis office
and not to ('apt. Foh-r, and this itself
shows conclusively that they had a mutual
understanding in regard lo receiving
freight. Any ill-feeling between the boats,
or their owners, should not be to the detri
ment of our citizens. I have no interest
tiny more than us a citizen of Padueuh and
a one-horse shipper."
Fi'X.MtA l NoricK. Funeral services will
lo held over the body of the late Mi-s
Bridget Healy, in St. Patricks church, this
afternoon, the remains, with the attending
friends of the family leaving the family
rev.l"iiec 011 Thirteenth street, for the
J church, at half-past one o'clock. The
j special train for Villa Ridge, will leave
1 the foot of Eighth street, at half-past two.
j The friends of tho family are respectfully
united to attend.
The fashionable boot nnd shoe maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to his old pa
trons and to the public o-enerally. that be
can still be found at his shop in th Athe
neum building, where be is prepared to
make to order, boots or shoes of the latest
style from the best material nn 1 of the
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, all of his. work will be
warranted as represented, or no sale.
Commencing September 0th, the Cairo
and Vineennes Railroad will sell Round
Trip Tickets to Cincinnati at reduced rates.
Tickets good for return until October l-'tth.
, F. A. Mu.i.KU,
General Passenger Agent.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
Yen; Miss it if you buy clothing and
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, CI Ohio Leyee.
Tkn Chn'ts Woutii. II you want a neat,
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 2o cents, or anything else in
the foniorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
We have the solo right lo manufacture,
.sell or put up letter or no te heads under
Hodda's patent. Any ilifiingcmont on our
light will be prosecuted.
Tur. Caiho BuLi.jcnx'.
Ciiicaoo Exi'Obition. Tho I, C. R. R.
will sell excursion tickets at gently re
duced rates. Cairo to Chicago 43d return,
14.05, Ticket of admission to exposition
with each excursion ticket. , Tickets for
sale all through tho month.
W. P. Johnson, Oen'l rus3onger Agent.
Jas. Johnson, Gen'l Southern Agent.
A. Maiix, now in New York, will pur-
chaso tho finest stock of men's, boys' unci
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
Anti-Bki.mm Piuces At tho barber
shopofJ.Geo.8teinhou.se, Eighth street,
nenr Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory wotk. Prices: Shaving, 10
cents; Hair-cut, 55 cents; Shampooing,
2o cents. Givo him a call.
It will pay you to await the opening of
an entire near stock, consisting of men's,
boys and children's clothing, furnishing
goods and the J4 B. Stetson hats, etc. A.
Marx, the successful clothier, (If Ohio
Oct at Last.--"Goon
A., I am surprised toseu you out. und look
ing so well; I heard you Were confined to
your room, and bed, by that pest of human
ity. Piles." "Yes, Mr. B, I had ben long a
sufferer when I heard of Tabler's Buckcyo
Pile Ointment .-j It proved a blessing to mo
indeed, one Iwittlc having so fir restored me.
ns to enable me to be alxmt my business
again with ease and comfort. You can rec
ommend it as a genuine remedy." Price
50 cents n bottle. For sale by Bttcby
Is it Tiu k.- Is it true that a ivme.lv has
been compounded which will do away with
the mineral and drastic purgatives of tfie
past centuries, nnd which, while entirely
efficient, wiil leave the system in its former
healthy condition.' Yes, the remedy is
Tabler's Portaiine. or Vegetable Liver Pow
der; a cure lbr all the disorders arising
from a torpid liver, und as innocent as spring
water. Give it a trial. It will do what it
promises. Price 50 cents a lsittle. For
sale by Bart lay Bros.
A Slaik-ii Waukaxt allows an officer to
go through your house from ccliarto gu
ret, und Lindscy's Rlotxl Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures aro wonderful and certified to by d. -tors,
preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysqielas, Tetter, Ulcers iu
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
&c. we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound aud Powerful Tonic.
For sale by ill Druggists. See that our
name is on the lmttom of the w rapper.
R. E. Sixu.rss & Co., Prop'ts, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Save youii t iiildkkx-. 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.
Bradlnry's, expelled 234 worms ia f our
hours after taking the medicine. Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Server, St. Louis, SIo. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 2.- cts. R. E. Sellers A- Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Brov., Agents
The TitiTit is miohty 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, bilious
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
side by all druggists. Price 2,' n ets. R.
E. Sellers Si Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
ALL ADVKKTISKMKNTS In l!il colnum. el
1 Y five liiu neai li or leu will tie pnWMied forv'.'j
rent every Insertion; a Mouth without ilmncr,
5l.fl) per month. Kacli iiu.lilleieil line, r ciu-.
MtuntioiiM wnut.'il free.
LImTkLAY ElIS WANT HI).
Several i.rlckla.M'iH im- wanted 10 work en lLul-
mini p Imllilln,
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to a '.'noil leiianl. Aci'lv In
Ati'.m. Cairo, li'.H.
Nf 1TI1 K.
To the llilirriiljin Fire I nin,iiiiv Nn. ; Annua!
election w III lie held siei'ii iiih. r sih. s; i
ANIiY St I.I.IVAN. Sec y.
Von NAl.H-Sei.nnitely or toother, a fet of Iii:,i
hiiinesH. a new. Un.iry 1'iixlileti mid 11 lmv wlihi
Apply a! liiillelln hinderv. Jon E lit iiKK
llown. Arrown. Tm.els, Shoolini; Ulovot, etc.. al
('. W. HKNIILKSON'S. Commercial avci.. c. eor
ner Twelfth at reel
Two story hrlelc limine, ellit room, on Ninth
street, oiiioHlle Dr. DiiiiiiIiik'h. Apply to A. .Mum,
111 Ohio Levee .
ON K N 1G I IT ONLY !
Tuesday, September 0, UUO.
1UIASS HANI) AND OltCHIJSTHA.
The Only Genuine Southern Colored
The Very Acme of Negro Eceenlrlcltli'i.!
Tim TopmoNt lCouiul of Kth IojiLhi
JTDON'T FAIL TO SEE TIIEM.if J
I'oiMilar pricey. Ileaerved en' nt IInrtniu'n
?,0J ! i.m U:!,r, ll,llr" '' until! IpIIIh.
J. K limi'l'oN, JAMKS McNAVIN.