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H. MAKEAN, M. l.,
HunwopitUv Physician ami tiargeon.
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font i :ut.h Sc. aud V. .liiuin avtiunu, tutu.
jys 'B. W. WMTLOCK,
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SoUry Public and Conveyancer.
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QA1RO CITY FERRY CO.
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H I X K LE, T HISTL E WOOD
Farmer Tobacco Warehouse
COMMISSION 31 EROIIAIVTS.
No. 1J." and U'7 Coiumcrcal Arcuuo,
CAUU) I I.I..
HC liberal AdvuucuiuuuU mmU uu Comtia
oi juls of ToliM vu, Flour, aud (iraiu.
itrkf aU for (luar, 8cott A t!ireUius uia
calaun, uoxtahle avf mill aud tluuuiua: turiium.
A(u AirCUatupluu harvttliuK macaluua. uiovsni
Dealer in lresh Meat.
Hutwwu AVuhirjeton aud Com
KBSP (or aaluthu beat lie-r, fork, HaUon, Veal,
Lamb, Sausattu, Ac, aud i prepared toacrvii
laiuiliea io ao aiccptalilo uiauuc.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholecjalo lealer in Ice.
ICE ft V THE ('Alt LOAD OR TON, M'ELL
PACKED FOR 8HIPPIN0.
Oar Loada a Spooialtv.
Cr. Twelfth Street and Levee,
U10UNDKY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Iron Works
J OHIO LKVEK.CAUO. ILLS.
John T, Ilonnio,
TTAV1VO uatabllabed kiaworki at the aiov n,n
11 tloud placa U bullor prvparvd tlau vvur for
naoutacturlog Hutam Kuic'utia aud Mill MtctiUiorv.
Uatlui a Hluam Hammer auu ample TouU, ia
auuiaciur oi ail niuui oi aacaiuury, naiironil,
iiUtaiuWial aud Hrldiro Korirluiw uiadu a iTioclaltv.
Xapw-Ul altuulluu glyou U repair of "luta autt
iiraaa Callngi of all kind madv to Oi dui
Fii Kill lug In !) IU braachua.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KMh.Uh.1) AT 'IUB IMS,' OmtlC IN CAIito, IL
LINOIS AS BKiVNtH'LVSS MATT Kit.
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Only Moruiiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
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"Max mum TviMpomlttw. ; MSultuam Tea
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fx AM) AROI NI) TllK ('ITY.
Mii Mary UulluJay K-:'t the c ity vs-ti-rJdy
evening, fr C'liicsgo.
Ptrns catitlcl to city vriivwill 8uJ
it a-aiv for ilo'.ivory this turuiuy.
The now Natchez will lie here aiul
paiut And spruce up bU a thiag of le:iuty.
Eul Hi'fheiiu is s.tid tu be nuite iil -iUtTeiini;
frotu an attack of coniestivn of the
lui'.Us Nell' is t'.yiug a red il.i at hi
i!io frout. It is his p;irp.s.-, we wider
stand, te sell out aud locate e!ewhe:v.
The couuty jail lm leeu su'jlied with
new mattreiSfs aa attention fcr w Licit the
pri-oaers desiiv to teu.lcr a vote of t)ia:ik.
Tite tuerchanti an i resi ieats on 'a'i-
ingt-.a, Ktwcea Ninth aud 'lent:;, contuutv
to articulate a.i.l t'aak "d iiaa," uSoat their
Lew C'atiett is piovia' liiui.se'.f the
man lor t.'ie position lie ii.o,s a; tae
Coiuinue. Ev;ryt!iiag tuas smoothly
uu ler his saeiinteivkace..
If you w.tut a iaiiy line rtav...;cd evtva
yoo.t live ceut cic'ar, go to F. Koiv.uyci's
and call for the "Faultles-.." Siuoke one of
these aad you will aiwajs siitoke it.
Asa Hodijes' coadittoa wa-, o:.sider.i
bly improved, yestet Jay . His sickae.s,
oriotuilly pa':uer's colic, a iuo.t painful
div-a.se, resolved itself into conycsti.m of
Some C'f o;r tueici.aats cotstplaiu that
an Evansville par ageut sold tiieiu a fair
: tide of w rapping paper by sample, sev
eral days ago, received his pay in advaace,
and then supplied a very inferior article.
One lady passenger becoming much
alarmed by the cr ol tire on tiie Annie P.
Silver yesterday evening, jumped from the
boiler deck, alighting on a negro man be
low. Neither party seriously hurt.
Rev. M. F. Smith and daughter, for
merly or Yteuua, Wl um u-3i cV
of Savoy, Texas, were in the city ye-terday
and called on The Bulletin. They left
by the Iron Abnuitaiu road in the afternoon
for their home.
All the fast and tolerably fast horscsof
Alexander and Pulaski counties, Il.inois.
Ballard county. Kentucky, and .Mississippi
and adjoining counties in Missouri, will be
present to take part in the Charleston races,
to como off durintr the fair.
Catroitoa are not a community of beef
eater. The average daily consumption
of cattle is said to be iiiteta head, or about
12.000 pounds. As this includes sales to
steamboats, hotel, etc, the home cousumn-
tion is about one pound per day to each
There was a fair attendance at the Ih -form
hall, last night, notwithstanding the
prevailing excitement on the levee. As
promised, the crowd w s addressed from a
new staadpoint. Speeche were made by
several gentlemen, aud the singing, as
promised, was really veiy tine.
The railnad watchman, Jacob Liudsey,
who lost his life by the sad mi-hap ot
Tuesday morning, was not asleep, under
the cars, as some people set in inclined to
believe. He was kuown as a most faithful
and reliable watchman, aud was driven to
the shelter of the car by the tali. His re
cumbeut position wa3 the suggestion ot
comfort was the only position, in fact, ho
coilld, with any degree of comfort, main
We call the attention of onr. authori
ties to the communication of ''Spectaloi.'
I lie statements therein made are of a
character that cannot and must not be
passed by unheeded. St. Mar "s park is
for the use of the public, and the exclusion
of any citizen, iu carriage, on horseback
or on foot, who seeks admission at reason
able hours, is nothing less than the denial
of a right, the humblest may justly iaM-t
upon freely exercising. The abuses com
plained of should not only k- corrected,
but their recurrence carefully provided
Morris Fitzgerald and Win. Cuiummg
engaged iu angry altercation concerning
the division that had beeu made of a keg of
beer they had clandestinely tapped tm board
the My Choice. Morris becoming deeply
exasperated, tapped Mr. Cummiugs a lit
tle spurt of pugilism for which Squire Rob
inson charged liiiu and the trimmings.
Friends came to in rescue, after a time,
paid the fins and costs, aud saved him a
week's sojourn in the cooler. The ar
rests were effected by constable Shcchan.
A colored cook on one of tho steam
boat that touch at Cairo periodically, wrote
to a colored woman of this city that he
would arrivo on the 20ih, aud that ho an
ticipated much pie mo iu tho meeting. The
husband of tho woman, and hi name is
CAIRO HUUTIX; SATURDAY MORMNU, SKl'TEMBEU a IMP-
Harris, secured the possession of the Ict'er,
aad exhibited to us tho answer ho hus writ
ten. It reads thus: "Sir: I hereby warn
you to cea.' all intercouso with my wife.
If you Jo nor, you must abide tho conse
quences. You sliurely will git hurt."
There is blood in Mr. Ilarrib' eye. ,
The alarm of lire so persistently souud
ed, about 8 o'clock, yesterday moruing, was
because of the discovery of a rating threat
ening start for a conflagration in Jeukins'
carpenter shop, on Sixth street, between
Commercial and Washington. It wa at
the hoar when the city is always iu the deep
est sleep, and a complement of firemen was
hard to taisc. Prompt and well directed
effort stilled the flames, however, before
much damage was done. The worst feature
of the affair is the belief that the tire wa
the work of aa incendiary. IJnite a number
of facts point to this conclusion.
Passing along Washington avenue
yesterday, we saw tpiitc a crowd of people
at Roaekci's corner. It was a quiet,
gteK'iuy lookiug set, and it was not ditfieult
for us to couclude that a wounded man or a
dea I body was the object that ha4 bnwght
the crowd together a conclusion that was
at once Continued by the appeal ancc ot a
man carrying a mattros. and by the remark
oi another that tiny e ouid "probab!ygyt
her up ou that!" Hurrying; to the spot,
with sympathies already excited, an ! deter
mined to lead a helping hand, if necess ity,
wc found the object to be a thousand
pound piano, that had f go up stair-! We
didn't lend a h ind.
Covenn r Culiom has otl'aed a reward
of f.VO for toe capture ed' the villain or
-.if it 1 ..
villains wiio ass.tssina'.cii una .u-.cii.uu.
Tids action upon the part of the G.'Wruor
is ni-'St commendable; but we L t uu-
dcis'aud whv the c:Ver is made throu-h tin;
coiumus of papers pu1
1 at a p -ilit
ueutly 4 H miles distant b"ia the y.vue (!'
murder.' The publication i- pr-l-ably made
in pel feet h:um ny with the law: 'out
"biamv.- such a Uw ." It seems U u the
pu'olicatioji should be made ia papers pub
lished in the vicinity of the scene of t he
el iiiu-, unless there are special uavms Sor
d -iug C'therwise.
Witilc the dei-uty S-ietiff of McLean
County vvas passing the o:he of the ('hi
cago Si. at the I'uioii Stock Yaoi-, lite
other day. with Straycr, the cattle chief,
iu charge, his revolver fell lien lii s hand,
and struck the pavement iu v.uh a mamm
as to discharge one ol the chambtrs. Tite
ball crashed t!i rough the otliie window and
almost grazed the top of ('-ear llarrell's
le.a I, who w is sitting at his desk, writing
out his daily grist of Sn-ck Yards' items
It w ts aa exceedingly uartvw escape; and.
although such miss.sare regarded as "good
as a mile," one can't think of them quite
Some of oil! authorities begin to clamor
for a careful revision of our ordinances. It
is claimed that inconsiderate legislation ha
added to our c ode Several ordinances that
ire not authorized by the charter, but are
ia conflict with law, both statutory and con
stitutional. The police dislike to incur the
enmity of citizens by attempt to enforce
ordinances of questionable legality or kuown
illegality and especially do they elislike to
involve themselves ia affairs like that of
Fhursday, where the party was dismissed
because the ordinance uider which he was
Wrested was void and of no etbet. If these
complaints are well greuiuded, the cause
should command immediate attention.
-(wing to the excitement occasioned by
the steamboat tire, aud other causes, the at
tendance at the Atheiieiiui, at the hour of
opening, was not such as warranted the
Humpty-Dumpty troupe in proceeding w ith
the exhibition. A postponVmeiit was there
fore announced until 2 p. m. this afternoon,
w hen the company will holdamattineethat
will bring on the stage all the attractions
c-t a full evening's entertainment. The com
pany is a meritoiioiisoiie. and there is not a
man, woman or child in the city who would
not bvjpleased with their pantomime. To
secure a full h--Use, and encourage thu at
tendance of children, tho general price of
admission is tlxed at 3 cents; children I",
cents. Go, aud take the little ones, and
we'll underwrite that you and they will be
handsomely entertained, throughout.
Should Cairo escape the touch of the
epidemic, this year, we may, we think,
ascribe the ccaoe 'chielly to the attention
given to cleanliness. Iv i, certainly not
asking too much to ask that tho same atten
tion be givc-H to sanitary affairs every spring,
Our city is far from a model of cleanliness
after all the ado we have made over the
matter; but we firmly believe that thu few
hundred dollars expended in the work of
sanitation und disinfection, have; prevented
uuicn sickness, and, more than likely a
touch of the yellow fever. The samo
results will follow like effort next year and
the next; and thafBTuture work of the kind
may be performed in the most economical
and expeditious manner, our hoard of health
slmudd establish lixed, Intelligent rule for
its direction. It should be systematized.'
When it l remembered that less than
one fourth of all tho lauds iu Alexander
couuty are (if we may accept the statement
of the State Board of Equalization )u ror.
recti uow under cultivation; ami the further
fact that fully nino-teuths ol the whole, aro
susceptablo of the highest state ed' cultiva
tion admirably adapted, because of soil
and climate, for tho tho raising 0f w,(,at,
corn, oats, sorghum, apples, pcadus, pears,
and berries and vegetable of every dosi-rip-
M'i. common to t'te temperate zoiu'-wheu
aU thirts remembered, whero Is thecountiy
that offer stronger inducement to the
scusibat and ludtistrioiis farmer, horticultu
ralist r nomologist? With fifty thousand
acres af land well suited to the growth of
fruit, and a cllmato that enables tho pro
ducei to place tho products of his orchard
in tho great uothern markets several weeks
ahead of competitor, the statement 6ent out
by the Stato Agricultural Board that tho
v.ilue of all our orchard products for the
year 'STS (which was a fair average year)
amounted to ouly $2,7f).j, will scarcely fail
to ex ite very general and genuine astonish
ment' It shows that the geat wealth of
Alex inder county, latent in its soil, has
s, .tru ly felt even the touch of a developing
agency. With sites for a thousand fifty
:u ie en hards, wv present a beggarly show
ing of products, of a value scarcely cmiul to
ti e receipts id' a single ore haulist of thu
(vunlic further noith ! Let the thousand
fruit-grower come then; scatter themselves
iu the tills of Haiilewood, Thebes, Santa
Fe and Clear Creek precinct, and a few
yt.tr' dibit will place Alexander wh re
she belongs among the most successful of
nois. -rowing counties of Southern IUi-
ARl'SKSTllvT CALL FOR PROMPT
Cm HO, September l'J. t"i Til.
iie l-'i liiil..im;
Is .St. .Mary's Park for the benefit of the
public or for only a select few, and has the
city teijecil it only to provide a private
o'.vimtl for the training of hoises, or is it for
a plc.tsaut hive for afternoons and even
iugs to be e njoyed by any and all of ou;
citizens at their convenience or pleasure?
The w liter ia riot is Li
to make these liiqiuiie after witnessing
seVel il eariiagcs diive away from lie
locked gates of the park one afternoon;
and at another time when a horse Irabu r.
having h it the e.at" opi n while he txcuUcd
his hols. oo the puk itiivc,
four cainaues and butLa
.-cfupnnts took advaut.oige of the op
portunity, without his permission, entei.d
the park Wele, when his tlailtelhip wub
through, pelelllptolily Oldeie l out. ol be
l.-eked in for the night, he u-ftisiug to l.uu
the city key under any guarantee that tie.
gate would be securely loc ked, kec tiis-e lu
MlU I 0 W ST Tu t -r. 11 l Tlir MollMNo To
otT IX Wllil Ills lloiisKs' -tids H live
o'clock 111 the aftelliooii, all I when tlu
small ates were si riding open day an.i
night giving five admittance to men. boy-,
horses, hoys andcatia ! How f.ng would the
odiccis of the city ol M Louis be permitted
to keep tin- Wide gates of T over Gn-Ve,
h'iked; St. Mary's puik is oui T'-.vcr
I think if the (apt iln of a ba-e ball e tub,
r a hoi si- ttaiuer or any other privileged
character should loe k me in the public- park
I Would -'et out of it if there was any wi
hire in axes and saws, and give the city u
for a test case in the
THK A XX IK P. SILVF.U DISASTER.
Tin; large am', well appointed Author
Line steamer, Annie P. Silver, ai lived at our
landing from St. Louis about ;) o'clock yes
terday afternoon. She was tolerably well
freighted, having in her Isold, among other
articles, a large lot of baled hay. It was
the purpose to complete her cargo at this
point, and it was with that view she was
lying at wharf-boat No. 2, whin the sun 11
of thcsiuoke was plainly discernablu iu the
cabin. The passengers were at the supper
table, and for a time there was a very near
approach to a panic. The women, chil
dren and baggage were quickly removed,
the removal occupying but a few minutes
ol time. Meanwhile it was iliscoverci! that
a tire was raging iu the hold, but owing to
the density of the smoke, it could not be
exactly located. Hatches were closed and
steam turned iu, but with no effect
that was visible from the out-itsV.
I'lic bame alongside was turned
ooae, and was subsequently taken in charge
by the tug Cache. The new Nalchcz, abo
ilong side, pulled out of the. way: and
('apt. Silver, seeing no other alternative,
determined to cross the river and scuttle his
boat la pursuance of that pur
pose he pulled in lines, and lan to
t point on the Kentucky shore, directly op-
posito the city. While she was crossing a
leiistt volume of w hite smoke poured out
of thu boat's stern, indicating very plainly
that the only hope for saving thu magnifi
cent craft depended upon the execution pf
the plan resolved upon.
Over a thousand citizens gathered upon
the bank, and wattdied the progress of af
fairs as long as thu growing darkness per
mitted them to discern eve u the boat's out
The liro bells of the cily wt ro rung, and
all the fire companies responded, freely
oll'eriug their services; but it proved one of
those ca,cs where fire engines are of no
avail. Without "unshipping'' the engines
wero returned to their respective quarter.
Concerning the origin ol the tiro nobody
u speak positively. It is conjectured
that it caught Ironi a candle carried iu the
hold by one of the hands; but this is con
About 8 o'clock last night word came
acros the river that tho boat would be
saved without scuttling. Steam had been
turned in ou thu tire ami a tug was along
aldo throwing iu water, with an effect tlmt
indicated an early mastery of tin- diflkulry.
YOU Miss IT' if you buycldhing and
furnishing good, anywhere cKcept of A.
Marx, the fuvorifo chTNcr, 01 Ohio I
A card. j
Ami now to the Baptist church composing
the so-called Mount Olive Association. For
a morsel of meat a did Esau of old, when
ever a Baptist Association composed of men
will forbid you from opening your church
doors to any legal minister of thu Baptist
faith und order, then you subject yourselves
to popery, against whitih our fathers fought
and Mud to sustain the Ptotesteut cause in
England, ami crossed tho briuey ocean and
came to Uiis American continent to
escape from. God will s,ind you a man to
form you aa nsiKiatii,uiH thu discipline of
I understood that you blame me for leav
ing the association; let me usk .what profit
has it availed you in 37 years: I have
looked through their accounts and it should
have a) I.OiM oa lorn I, when all they have
got is f.V'7. The niesn-nger tells mo that
one Robert Caldwell thinks I had better
come there for advice. I don't caie to at
tend the school. 1 might be tallght how to
burn my oau hou-e for the insurance, or
btaw to swear falsely against my brother f-r
the paltry sum of 7a dollars, or how cold
the jail is (l never was there), or how a
man feels when sviiMi.a i by judicial
eoiiits to the state's prison, or how a man
feels wh.li trying to hitc another to burn
down a church house.
And now I claim where such an associa
tion i.s convened then- i no Baptist church.
A minister front the south pies, nted a pe
tition I liiils.laj , whu I. was rejected and
Elder Slums ubus .1 b ( aidwell. If the-,
things are led facts answer. Resp'y,
Ei.Dl.K T. J. itnikv
MU. llVtifrlS THANKS.
I av.,;l myself I f thi, lOethod to cxpuss
to tiie number, of t'uv Rough and liiiciy
lile company aa.i lo ot.a r c ilh.il.s of Cairo
who eoaf.ihu'id te the bcaetit bail, in the
ll 'iigoan.i Re.iii) haii. a:i e xpies-ieii of my
po-ioti.i-.i .ui i oraie.n: t.'iai.K,. I ae liiouey.
delitele.l to l..eoii l..y list birth iay. lead.
me at auiiicot s-u- aihie'.ioti and eiaat
l.eid, all I while I live I shid n-d tease to
be gfateiul. I'o Mr. .1 do, Ta'-t-r w! c .a
liibutida line v-ot--rto be si Id for lav
oeiicio i ais'i tva.ie: my ri.ai.K-, atcl e.'l'i
only i.c.oke I'm .ill of thei.t contiaae I b;
::ij I'.id the smiies of tiea..jii.
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Ain.tut. Kittle Mi-,: D -d I, Hair,- Mis -,
Fehrinan, G. W. Mis.; Green, Georgia
Miss.; Jones, Miodt Mis,; Muiiu, Nellie
ir .. . e. i ... i 1 1 - .iv ...
.his.; ifo. .tuicii-t .sjiss: i n. 'tups. m. r..-M
Mis.; W aver, Natie Mi-,. ,
lvine, . A.; liny. G. G ; Canu l,
Mntiii; Ciiiiuiiigh im, .1. ('.; Do.id, I.,rius:
Dominie k, 'Valeono; Fi'u n-1, t tias.; Giot
ham, Will; lLickett, A. S.; Hamilton, Dick:
H.tydeu,.b.scph;.IeWett.F. E.: Koger. H.H ;
Jenkins. Win.; James, Wilson; Mule thy. J.
H.; McVtvin, ..las.: Mv Kinky, Mariore;
Morrison, W. H.; Newton. J. H.j Peine,
Jack: Patleison, Sam. J ; Ru,h, Altred:
Recti, Zion; Riciiey, J. S.; Scymore, Jn.
Stanton luo. W. ; Sheilds, Ja,, (painter );
Shoiird. J.i,.:Tol!ey, Saulr Williams, S. R
Picas'- say advertised when calling for
KOEULKU n P.RANt H
Opined Monday morning and
will eontintie to supply customer
with the choicest steaks, roasts and
allkindsot cut meats. Shop corner Elt-vi-nth
street and Washington avenue, at the old
stand. All old friends aud new customers
are inviii d to give us a call.
The fashionable boot and shoe maker,
takes pleasure in annoiiuciiig to Lis old pa
tinas and to the public generally, that Lu
can stiii be feuiiid at his shop in the Athe
neiim building, where be is prepared to
make lo order, boots or shoes of the latest
style from the best material and td' the
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. t stock, all of his work will be
w in ranted as represented, or no sale.
CAIRO AXD ST. LOUIS 11 It.
During the fair at Jonesburo Sept. Oth to
12th inclusive the south Loutui train w ill
wait at Joncsboro until 4 :U0 p. m. for the
convenience- of those w ishing to attend the
fair. Round trip tickets at reduced rates.
J. A. Naipi.k, Ag't.
11 UWr ASSOCIATION.
The Missionary Baptist association will
meet, with the Fourteenth Street Baptist
Congregation, at their church every day
this week, from 0 a. in. to 1 p. m., com
mencing Tuesday, September Hth. AU
c hurches, white and colored of any denomi
nation, are cordially iuvited to meet with us
daily. The committee trusts that the citi
zens when called upon, will all contribute
something towards defraying the expense
of the ilelegates and tin; meeting.
SPECIAL BfSIXESS NOTICE.
Anti Bei.lcm PurctcR At the barber
shop of J. Geo. StuinhntiHe, Eighth street,
near Alexander (jptinty Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, nil
the late papera. clean tovcels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
iNlucfory w-otk. Prices: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 2.) cents; phampooing,
25 cunts. Giv? htm n call.
A. Marx, now in New York, will pur
chase thu finest sh-ck of men's, boys' and
children's clothing, ever brought tu Cairo.
A Pmvvtm..vr Lawvkh testifies to his ap
preciation of thn new incontestable non
forfeitable policy of tho Equitablo Life As
surance Society of New Yoik as follows:
OthYe of Baldwin & Crandall.Councelor
at law, Rochester, Minn., July Mth, 1H7U.
Thos. Cochran, Jr., GenT Agent Equitable
L'.fc Assurance. Society. Dear Sir: My
policy year in the Insurance com
pany ends December next. I want better
indemnity, and shall take a paid-up policy
and draw out. But I want to replace- my
policy with one in the Equitable, pleasii in
form me what it will cost me iu the Equit
able per 1.000, ordinary lifo plan. Your
incontestable nan forfeilable feature com
mends itseff b every person who doe's- uot
desire to bequeath a law suit to hi heirs.
Yours very truly, isigucdj A. A. Ctaidall.
N. B. Mr. Crandall has sincotakeu out an
incontestable policy ia the Equitable.
Ir will pay j mi to await the i pming of
an entire lu ar stock, coi.sistiisg of men's,
b-vs'anl children's elothin.;, tmaishiig
V'-'- uud the ,!. B. SicTsou hats, etc, A.
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lid clotMcr, (,1 Ol.io
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tirryiu ia.-'.invrs at redact J rate.
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EDWAliB A. liUHEH
VVilJ romou- tu ht cuiiuav.Uiu aud liLiloiiiO
NEXT'1UCK T0 .Sl'lU li a N aW 11:I U STOUK
llu will open with te iVaest stuck of Jewelry
biluTttiui). etc.. Iu tiie me. aud hmiuuioro rouui
thltll iu llH IIR'SlUl HUUa-, l.tf Ul l l;;!;, uu uuuj
a larv atoek ol llie Ui'.lei, tit trade id
uud other Masitil luifirauieLts aud uie.-chai. liau.
He; wiil ulwuy hate lu Die more a caunble aud ns
llatilv tuuei atal teueaer, aud villi catur nueclally
to tho uiUfk.il .uuilc Thusu cotiluaiplaliuf uur
c!iuslui piauo or orguus, would do well t wait
aud lusin-ct his atock. Kli "A IH'DEK.
blhtU street aua w asliltiiteu Avo.
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Miiniifitciiiri'i ouly nnder the aliora Trado Murk
FXR0PEAX SALICYLIC MEDICIXE CO
rmmodiiito relief warrantrd rermnncnt cure
iIiiarntitoiM Now piclUKlvoly nocd hy all colelira
lod Hfiyitflinn of Ruropi? and America, tieconilnu
Sitinlo. lfurmU'Hs and KolmMt Hcrno.lv ou both
routlnrnt. Thi UlRhittt Mwllral Academy of
Pans repurts Mcurea out of M0ciun wltlilu ihra
days. Boi-ri't The only dUnolvnrtif the polaououa
L'ric Acid which t'Tiatt in the Dlood of Hhuuaialio
and Ootity Pstlt-ntn. $1 a box; ft boxva for :.
8.,'iit to any ad-Jri-is fin rcrijit of nrlce. Intloraud
oy enyaiciani.. rum ny an uriiirlU. Addreaa
WASHBURN & CO.,
Only tmport-JM' Depot m Broadway, N, y,
Fortsaleby BAROr.Atf mow .a n.uuu