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II. MAItEAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surg-eon
0(Br. lift Commercial avnu. ltonidence corner
trt.M'ulU M. aud Washington avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Vrrca No. 138 Commercial
Eighth tad Kinth Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE .--With the Widows' and Oorpuana' Mu
ual Aid Society.
J IXEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFlCE-No. 113 Commercial Avenno. .
(JAIRO CIT1 FERRY CO.
On andafter Monday, June 1(5, the boat will make
the following trip?:
LSAVKS LEWES LEAVES
foot Fourth t. Missouri Laud'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
r , . ' . . ,
h . m. K:30 a. m. 9 a. in.
10 a.m. 10::) a.m. 11 a.m.
i p. m. 2:S0 p. m. 3 p, m.
4 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5 p. m.
i a. m. fl:la. m. 10 a.m.
3 p.m. 3::w p.m. 4 p. m.
?OIt METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
The Elegant Sidewhccl Passenger Steamer
Leave Cairo every afternoon at 8 o'clock, for
i-aauc.an, Metropolis and wav lanulncs. For
irouat or passage apply to SOL. A. SILVER,
(j W. WHEELER,
Dealer lu all kind of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood.
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD ASD COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington and
70 OniO LEVEE.
No dirt or dust by measure being exposed to air.
Milk delivered twlco a day,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try It and see for yourselves.
30 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR 1
Cash on delivery of ticket.
'AIKO. . ILLINOIS.
(t I). WILLIAMSON,
70 Ohio Lovoe,
Boat Stores anil Groceries,
Of all kind.
Ol'KN N1CJIIT AND DAY,
Vreth Dairy and (lilt Kdgo Hullor, Oysters and all
kliiJ f rrull wlit-ti tu soasoii, on baud and deliv-
irrii promptly at residence free. Oy.ti-m delivered
I JACOB WALTER,
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
ffotwtMm Washington und Com'
snerclnl A v., aUfoinlng Ilannyn.
. , T If P tot iaU IM hett Bear, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
f IV Unb, Man, Ac, and I prepared toaerve
j iMiUiff is ao Bcoiwi uovr.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN
EXTfcKED AT TBK POST OFKICK IS CAIUO, IL
MN018, A8 8KCOND-CI.ASS MATTKU.
OFFICIAL PAPER OK ALEXANDER COUNTY,
Only Mornlnff Daily in Southern Illinois,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Real estate 'rose yesterday
shape of dust.
Cnpt. James A. Vial!, of New Burn-
side, was in tlto city yesterday.
-The family of Mr. Dan McCarthy is in
the country, visiting relatives.
Miss Mary Sisson of Mason, Illinois, is
the guest of Mrs. Henry Wells, Holbrook
-Oh, the dust the beautiful, blessed,
blasted dust ! , When will there be an end
Ladies and gentlemen : Let us intro
duce to you Mr. Miles AV. Parker, our as
sessor and treasurer.
Mrs. W. D. Daniels of Princeton, In
diana, is in the city visting her sister,
Mrs. L. B. Church.
The machinery for the feather foundry
to be started next to Carl's livery stable has
not yet arrived from New Burnside.
Mr. McDonald, of Kalamazoo, has ac
cepted a position iu the wholesale and re
tail drug-store of Barclay Bros.
Mr. Finch, of Hodges Park, was in the
city yesterday. He lias lately wheeled into
line as.Benedict, the married man.
The Pulaski Patriot says that Mayor
Thistlewood and ex-Mayor Winter worked
like heroes at the Mound City tire.
We had a call last night from Mr.
Hyclop. He returned to the city last
Friday night, looking remarkably well.
The furniture factory has a rather dead
and dilapidated appearance. The chimney
should be straightened up or taken down.
Mr. Ike Ostrander was able to go to
his office and talk to visitors yesterday.
He thinks he will be good as new in a day
Capt. Tom Tarr came up from Wolf
Island yesterday, to spend Sunday with his
family. He reports business lively at that
Mr. Whittaker, ot Elco, was in the
city yesterday. He reports everything
flourishing Hi the country round about
Mr. J. B. Reed's new brick dwelliug
house, on 20tii street, has reached the sec
ond stoiy. It will be an elegant cottage
Mrs. Kciser has returned to Cairo from
her Missouri plantation, that her children
may enjoy the educational advantages
furnished by the Cairo public schools.
There is a new scheme on foot at
Ticheman's billiard parlors. You pay for
your game and get a chance to win a fine
silver-plated tea set.
Mr. A. Van Tuyl, master mechanic of
the Cairo & Vincennes railroad, was iu Cairo
yesterday. He came down from Carmi on
the excursion train.
Mr. Will Winans is permanently fixed
as cashier of the New York store. He tills
the position with satisfaction to Ids em
ployers and credit to himself.
The choir of the German Lutheran
church has gone to Jonesboro to attend the
installation of a minister nt that place, ami
is expected to return Monday.
-Among other improvements which Mr.
Pat. Corcoran is making on his premises,
lie is having a new and substantial founda
tion placed beneath his residence.
Stuart, the Eighth street dry goods
man, goes to Chicago Tuesday to attend an
immense sale of dry goods. He is always
on bund when any bargains are to be had.
The Carmi excursion on the Cairo and
Vincennes railroad brought in two coaches
and a baggage car lull of people yesterday.
There nru millfbnsiu it for Cairo, if it is
only kept up long enough.
Mr. A.Marx was busy again yesterday
opening new goods ready-made clothing,
gents' furnishing goods, and, in fact, every
thing needed to make this a well-clothed
We have it on good authority, that a
new church building will be shortly erect
ed on the corner ot Twelfth and Walnut
streets, by the members of the colored Bap
Charlie. Lancaster says he don't mind
losing a bad debt but to have a confounded
thief steal his cows, that makes him mad.
Ho offers a reward for the thiet this morn
lug nud would also like to have the cows.
Regularly 'every two weeks, Squire
Robinson shakes the dust of Cairo from his
feet and takes a trip out to the country.
In accordance to this custom of his, he left
yesterday and will return again Monday
Mr. M. 11. Harrell was resting easier
yesterday, and his physicians and friends
arc hopeful that the change for the better in
his condition, will lead to a speedy restora
tion to his usual health.
When a body hears n body telling lots
of lies, must a body hit a body right he.
tween the eyes? This is the nuestiou we
aked ourselves when listening to a bigger
"body" than our, wluch was blowing Its
bazoo In our prcsenco yesterday. Did .we
hit him? Somebody ask us!
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 0, 1879,
In answer to many inquiries concern
ing Mr. W. J. Yost, wo would Bay that he
is still at Hot Springs, suffering grcatly(
and has given up nearly all hope, of any
change for tho better in his physical con
Mr. S. P. Bennett's youngest child is
lying very sick witli a lung complaint sim
ilar to pneumonia. Wo hear of
great deal of sickness of that character
among the young children of the city.
We have just received a copy of
Jlolbrook's Newark (New Jersey) Busi
ness Directory for 1870 '80. We arc
requested to state that copies will be for
warded by mail, postage paid, on receipt of
-A ucw crossing at Tenth street andW.ish-
iugton, and a new one is promised across
Washington at Tenth street when the city
jets more lumber. That crossing has been
a prolific source of profanity to profane
men for the last two years.
-"The American King" is not Grant,
and is not likely to be; but the Faultless is
the king ot all five-cent cigars the best
ever smoked. Sold by F. Korsmyer, whole
sale tobacconist, on Sixth street, near trie
-Mr. Wallace Guttrell, formerly con
nected with the dry goods establishment
of Mr. C. Hanuy, has accepted a position .in
the dry goods store house of Mr. Burger.
Mr. Guttrell is one of our most popular
and efficient clerks, and we wish him well.
-The Phoenix drug stare has a new as
sistant in the person of Mr. F. D. Terrell,
of Philadelphia. Mr. Terrell is a graduate
of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy,
and, although a young man, is a gxutlCman
of large experience.
Shingles by the car load from abroad,
ind shingles by the wagon load from the
country have been pouring into Cairo all
the season and yet dealers complain of a
scarcity. What becomes of all the shin-
e'es? Davis mill MnrW st:md uti.
John IVnus Is a stranger in this burg.
and being in a bad way, the officers "took
him in." He plead guilty to being "set
up" before 'Squire Comings yesterday, and
that gentleman fined him one dollar. Mr.
John IVnus, just then and there being
short exactly that amoi'tit, was jailed.
The notice of the intended departure
of Major Smith to Memphis, that appeared
in last Tuesday evening's Argus, gave evi
dence that the writer thereof and the writer
of the same notice published in Tin: Bi i.t.e
tix ot Tuesday morning, thought and
wrote precisely alike.
Captain Keisery, we understand, will
build a small steamboat for the southern
trade ia winter and will use it for a ferry
boat in the summer, at Greenfields Ferry.
It is also his purpose to cruet a new dwell
ing house for Ids family on the lots at corner
Tenth and Walnut streets.
Sheriff Hodges is hard at wot k on a
report "as long as the moral law" he says,
preparatory to settiing up for the year with
the county commissioners in December.
Jack lias had a hard year's work but has
the satisfaction of knowing that the office
is in better shape so far as collections are
concerned, than it lias been for a century.
Mr W. C. Mulky, state's attonrney, is
receiving a great many well merited
compliments on his opinion as
to the right of a husband
to remove from one burial place to another,
the remains of a deceased wife. The
paper is well written u:l completely
exhausts the subject.
It pays to trade at Stuart ' popular and
reliable dry goods house. We buy for
cash, sell for cash and can oiler better in
ducements in the way of prices and styles
than any other house. Try us ami we will
convince you that what we say is true.
New goods received every day in the week.
Sti aut, Eight street.
We have been asked of what does the
"County Returning Board" consist? well,
the county clerk and any two justices of the
peace of the county constitute a board- to
canvass the vote of a county election. In
the late canvass the members of the board
were County Clerk llumm, Esquire Robin
son and Iv-quire Osborn.
The new City Directory and County
Gazetteer is progressing finely. It is a
work ia which every business man of Cairo
is interested ami that should receive their
encouragement and patronage. The Di
rectory will be sold by subscription and
the publishers receive their pay only from
that source, and the advertising patronage
Marx has the largest mid best selected
stock of ready made clothing, gents' under-,
wear, etc., ever offered to the Cairo public.
His stock of overcoats is unsurpassed in
point of variety, quality, quantity, styles
and prices. Everything in his store is of
the very latest, bought before the rise and
will be sold close.
Chas. O'Brien imbibed too much "O!
be joyful," and allowed his "gift of gate"
to run riot. He was pulled accordingly,
and Justice Comings charged him one dol
lar for his frolic with the boys. Having
spent all his wealth for his "stomach's
sake," he couldn't pay, and was therefore
Before Justice Coinings were tried yes
terday: .1 no. Kelley for assault, lined ten
dollars; Bill Johnson, for striking Lly.ie
Benmiid, five dollars; Juo. Powers, drunk,
one dollar and costs; total $!I 70; Jack Lane
for abusive language, live dollars and costs.
All had "left their pocket-books ut homo'
and will therefore hold forth at Cain,"
palace for avhilc, free of cost.
Go to A. Marx for lato styles of hats.
Ho has just received a new stock of tho
celebrated stetsons. You will also find at
lus store tho celluloid collars and cuffs that
are always ready for us, and uever go to
the wash woman, One minute, with a
damp sponge, leaves collar and cuffs better
than when right from the laundry. Prices
about the same its linen.
We were told yesterday by a Mound
Cityite that those citizens of that burg who
have the means to rebuild, will he requested
and expected to do so immediately, mid that
those who have lost their all and were not
insured, will be assisted in their, efforts to
regain a home. If this is tho programme,
and if it is properly carried out, it will not
l.io many moons before all traces of thu late
disastrous fire will have disappeared.
Those who desire to purchase any
thing i the line of useful and ornamental
house-keeping articles, are notified that
there are but about two weeks left in
which to secure them tit the extraordinary
low prices, at which we have offered them.
We are compelled to have the room for
our holiday display. An entirely new line
of goods on our 5 and 10 tent counters
this week. During the week, wo will
offer on our 2'j cent counter, the most
extraordinary bargains yet ollVred by us.
C. R. Stuart, Eighth street.
WKITTKX IX A liKUOlul'S Muo, K(U! O KN
EW AL l,ElaAL 11V ot 11 ltKl.loiot s AM) Jlt
"Ttioti'HiiiN. O l.nr.i of IIu-N. tlil day
Aroiuiil'tliinc Altar inert ;
And U'U of tlioiHatuN thnniL' to pay
Thflr ho'.aau'- nt T!iy Pvt."
The Episcopal Sunday School meets
at the Church of the Redeemer at!l:o0 this
Rev. Albert E. Wells will officiate at
the Episcopal church to-day, at half-past
"Charity coveretli a multitude of sins,"
but it would take a larger blanket than
charity to cover Walt.
Rev. Whittaker, pastor of the Metho
dist church, is occupying thepilpit of that
church fur the second term.
Father Hogan, of the uptown IViolie
church, has determined to preach one
German sermon every month.
For- the benefit of everybody that
wants to know and everybody that don't
want to know, we will say that all the seat
in all the churches in Cairo a;e free.
Rev. Ktiappe, of the German
Lutheran church, contemplates delivering a
series of free lectures ometimc iu the near
futuro in the English language.
There will be neither services nor Sunday
school in the German Lutheran church to
day, owing to the absence of the Rev. Mr.
Kuappe, at Jone.-b no.
... 1 i T . . . .
i 'ue uieiuuer oi u itapusi society ill
Chicago has given in the past year fJO.oitO,
by which threehiirchcs have been relieved
The Illinois Methodist conference re
ports ji,,0t members ami a,19." probation
ers, 2st) local preachers, 474 clinches and
V,);j Sunday schools, with 40,:iO(i scholars.
Baptist Sunday school will be held in
Turner hall at ::J0 this morning. We
could learn no further particulars. The
Baptists have long struggled to obtain it
firm foothold in Cairo and their efforts de
serve better success than that with which
they have met.
We did not obtain the texts which uur
varffjiis ministers have taken for their to
day's discourses, but we shall herea'ftcr en
deavor to give them to our readrrs, so that
they may be able to choose between them,
and know what they will hear about when
In the Methodist church, of which the
Rev. Mr. Whittaker is pastor, services will
beheld in the forenoon at 10:110 o'clock
and in the evening at ?; Sunday School at
! a. m. Mr. Whittaker, although a young
man, is a man of much experience; of pro
found learning and, being emphatically a
practical man, his sermons are tin.' same.
We met the Rev. T. J. Shores, pastor
of the colored Babtist churclf, yesterday,
and learned from him that he delivers three
lengthy sermons every Sunuday besides
conducting a Sunday school. Ho never
chooses a text for his sermons, but speaks
without it finding a text is only a draw
back to his eloquence.
Services will be held in St. Patricks
church ns usual, commencing with mass
nt 8 a. in., and high mass at 10 a. m. Sun
day school commences at U o'clock in the
afternoon ; Vesper services at U o'clock. In
the absence of Father Zabell, a stranger,
whose name wc did not obtain, will conduct
the services. Tho church is an attractive
and inviting one, and those who attend
arc always welcome. Seats free
Services will be conducted in the Pres
byterian church, on Eighth street, between
Walnut and Washington, as usual. There
will be preaching nt 11 :00 a. m. and
p.m.; Sunday school at 8:00 p.m. Tho
Rev. Mr. George, who is the pastor of the
church, is a man uf lino culture and high
attainments. His sermons arc invariably
scholarly and instructive, and his delivery
pleasing. Scuts arc free, imd everybody ure
Six benevolent ladies of Toona. have
banded togother to establish a . Woman's
Refuge, in order to roscuo fallen women
from a lifo of sin and shame, and to pro
vide for them a home where- they may bo
protected and surrounded by Christian in
fluences until their principles shall bo
firmly established, and they are cither ro
stored to their own homes, or 6ome means
of pecuniary and honorable livolihood fur
A Rev. Mr. Mastorson, in a coliimuni
cation published in the Patriot, among other
thingssays : "I saw two groccrynicn, whoso
pl ices of business escaped the 'fiery fiend
chuckle over their prospects of doing a bet
ter business in the future. I heard a red
ribbon advocate say the loss was not so
great, since a number of saloons, etc., were
involved in the desertion; and, finally, a
ilia Bulge man told me it would bo
great convenience to the people of thecoun
ty, as the Court House would, hereafter, be
ut Villa Ridge."
The Mt. Cartnel Register says that Susan
II. Anthony, a lady ot national fame, lec
tured in Mt. Carmel ; and the Owl dub,
wluch engaged her, failed to make expenses
Miss Pho'be Cozins, a brilliant lecturer as
well as an accomplished lawyer, also deliv
ered a lecture under the auspices of the
Owl club, and in this instance, too, the re
ceipts were less than the expenditures.
And talking about Su-an and I'ho lie, re
minds us that the American Woman's Suf
frage Association met at Cincinnati u day
or two ago, an I atter making various and
numerous demands a resolution was adoptoi
to appoint a committee who shall in the
proper manner present memorials to all the
church organizations asking that equal
rights b.' granted ffi till members, irre-pec-
tivcoi sex. Also a resolution was adopted
urging auxiliary societies to circulate peti
tioiis asking school, presidential, and mini
ieipal sutl'iage. and present them to the re.
spective legislatun s.
We are for the ladies, of course, and ouf
heart goes cut with Paddy of old, when he
llnrruli ! fur t!.e timo it remit'
Whin Hu'luli- .'!.i',; viU' '.ike tK-mill'
0(1.! won't tie- pull In- u Muemi;,'
Wl.l tltlier ami rrinulliic t Uln ':
J!i. tieii (lav. ttiin. I nin tliiiikin". '
Wi!ll-1 Jit- I'raiel d .y uf l!-..- y.-ir:
Wlicn la-, rti.il l-i.li,-. tti;: M- itriiikln"
Totf'.tb.-r ti.-1 onli.l.iKV li- r
What' the n-e to wranjli' iO.. Middy
A limit who tlie li!u' ;:'. nuke '
An" ur if 'twl'.l p!.;v her, I'm riddy
To'm- m th" hud f..r !.'-r fike;
Ai.' Iiy -tayii,' dav In tho -h-ti.'y
To t nd :o duiii' -lii- uJiiir.v
A iii'.ie.' the l.iif - and pi.'ati.-i
An' niciidii.' the rip- mi' the tarcK.
Thin, w iiln tL'' eh.'i tioii ti proache".
An' t'e- l-.fn.-n are man h:i.' tho tr .1.-,
Willi li1,- huiid- cf inilnic utid te-rd.o-.
An' llld'.y U tmidla' the trato.
IT. he mi tlio sidewalk i.urrah'r.'
Kur my own diriiu' ll.ddy Mi Kiln.
Wld a chirk in my arnii-. an' draw in'
A call wld nn-ithiT uin- in,
An" whin' sin- i maliitr l.er -parhin
liefer - the -:.-at min (if th'-'lii d.
Moire then I will h nd le-r my lirlt !e;
An' nit hy h-r side mi Iho nthrmd;
An' uftlu-r h'-'n dui: with hr l-iik!i;'.
An' th p.-nple nr-1 h--r!if !:ke mad.
Tlllll cfTtO the pdliH we'll tv wnikiii'
An' Tute fur liiddy, licdsd.
An' whin nil liie vutin' In uvrr.
All' lllddy idocted. .lire tiiin
I'll live like H , th-c!,nor
Will Hun. Mi-h. .McKliii.
The-lmiity 1 11 ii'ilckiy he lavia'
An' livln' wld lih.-.' int la-tefd
W!d a home n' n -Im;. -for my drlvin
An' a nuyer to wait on tho 1 u-to'
I:'h nivi-r a lie I am npakiu'
Hut thrne hi ry went that I -ay:
II'h mi-Heir that nivtir am takin'
The rljjht ufthe !ndic away.
If n lnHie. tliinkln' It proper.
sliiiiild shoulder the mortar Mid lirlrk,
Had luck to the mini that would stlioji her
I'd black Ii!h two even purthy (uli k
'J'lie wuy l for till tu kape ul-y
An' (jlvy tin) di-ar laillon their way:
Tle-y'll Htliep up ku' voti- like a ilainy.
Nu inatli't what li!m k.iardn may my:
All' tlllu. "Iiollld the officer be Hpuklli'
llr twlrliu" the pick or Hphad-,
An' for us Hie livln' he inakin'
H'hu care- how the livln' in mailer
"LIGHT; MORE LIGHT!"
"To be, or not to be" in t!' dark; "that
is the question:" "whether 'tis nobler iu
the mind to sitllVr the slingshots, slugs, and
sand-bags 'of outrageous' thieves and cut
throats, or to light lamps "against a sea of
robbers and by opposing, end iln-m: Hiiy
should the citizens of Cairo d sny to them
selves any longer thu benefits which lighted
streets, would confer upon them upon all
classes, except those who wait and watch
for recurring darkness, under whioh to
pursue their victims and perpetrate their
felonies? Lighted lahips judiciously placed
here and there turought the city, would
greatly add to the safety, comfort, and busi
ness of this place. As it is, no man deems
it safe to perambulate the streets on moon-
ess nights, nml it is impracticable for
ladies, though nnrshled in brigades, to get
back and forth, from stores, .sociables,
festivals, lectures, or churches, without tho
cheering and guiding beams of friendly
lights. If acting confornially to tho dic
tates of a common sentiment, if promoting
the happiness of those around us, and if
extending our comforts are ohjeets of
moment, then wo are loudly called upon
to yield a ready compliance to tho im
perative behest of tho people by illuminat
ing the streets' with K Hood of light. Who
is bold cnought to come, like an angel ot
darkness between tho wishes of tho people,
aud their consummation?
"Limit In 'tho doubtful empire ortho tillit,"
And loud tho winter nulstlco cull for Hunt
They min 1,1a bounding footntopa,
Whtlo niiiy the nortti wludn blow
Whllotho autumn wluda are walllnR,
In tympany with tholr woe.
Bmillna and bright In the morula.
In bin youthful aplrlfa Joy;
While nlKht'a dark almdoa are falling,
They wucp o'er their murder'd boy.
Too ad, too aud, we murnuir,
Aud our i-yea grow dim with tear;
. Ho ulei-p within tho burial uru,
Through all thu comluir yearn.
With curdling vein we thudder,
lted uuirdor' footstep trace,
To home tueped In tho norrow,
That time can ueVr efface. 1
While Mercy' tear are fallin(,
Above the victim dead,
'Hound the dear homo nhrluu we fattier,
In fovorlnh fear aud dread.
Are there lio chain to Potter,
Dark'murder' ruthless band.
Degrading Freedom' banner,
In this our lovely laud?
Wo pmv thee now, nweet Mercy,
Thy Kleamluir wIiik unfold, v
Where death' dark annul panning,
Hath left a (crlr untold.
Oh! bring mini! word of comfort,
To cheer the mother' htort;
lod' tender love Hurrouiiil her,
While tuar unhidden start.
KjlTH W .
If you want a good dish of Oysters served
in any style, or a hot cup of coffee, go to
-Vi Ohio Levee, next to I. M. R. R. otlice.
( pen day and night. Families supplied by
the can. Selects r,0 cents, ' mediums 40
cents per can. A. T. DkB.U'N,
Strayed or stolen, two milch cows. I
will pay $15 reward for information that
will lead to the detection and conviction of
the thief that drove them off. For inscrip
tion and particulars apply to me,
rib'N-FK.KT. SPAKE-III US, ETC.
At the packing house (if Hinkle &.
Moor on Commercial avenue, pig's feet,
spare ribs, back bones.and other trimmings
in large or small quantities are fors.de at
vny low prices. New lard for family use,
invites special attention.
OYSTEIts 1 EVERY STYLE,
Harry Walker has just received a large
assortment of Fresh Oysters, and will servo
them up in any style. You can go and get
them any way you want them. The cyster
counter is un.ierthe management of
II KXltY MVKilS.
A NEW M'HEME.
A fine silver b-a set will be drawn f..r at
Ticheman's bUIiard parlors oa Chfi-tm.u
eve. Every perm n paying for a gam
billiards will receive a ticket entitling him
to a chance in the drawing. Ticket can
not be obtained in any other way.
Out time I'Kici.s at the barber shop of
J. George Steiiihottsc. on Eighth street, near
Alexander County Bank. Good barbers,
easy chairs, sharp razors, clean towels, etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut 23 cents, shampoo
'J) cents, and other work proportionally l w
Remember the place.
Tjik ni.KiTitic i.tiiiir. If I'rof. E ii-on's
ElecUic light is going to supercede the u.-e
of gas, we are glad of it. Gas is the bane
of our national existence. When hoarse
with too much speaking, take Hall's BaNaui.
It is especially adapted to congressmen,
ministers and the rest of mankind.
Sold by Barclay Bros.
SMA I.L A l VEUTINEM EXTs.
A y AUVEItTISEMENTS In thin column, uf
11 Ave much each or h-. u ill ),. .nihil. r... ..-
(ontH cmtv luK. rliou; 1 month. 1..V1; .1 mouth w itii
out rlmnifc, $1 nor month, tlaeh additiounl
" mu-. .--uiifiiioiin wHinei tree.
rlne top rnL'ravlni-H. r..r u-.l.
builKhl f th.. piilillsherH fur Iohh than $!S 00 ear
Will ho Hold ninety fur in ) ech. or tin- four!
ciniuire ai j mk iici.lktin tilndcrv
(iwxriwand purrbaHi-r nf Heal Entate In ( air-
Ill.lt 111 ho Hiiro th.-i- ll'lv.. n ..,l .!,!.. I .
prepared to furnish abstract ut ri-aHoiiald- rtto-
.'i r..sii hkday
Offla- iu C ourt H,-"!-
A HerlcH of Vn 'IC.ll.l.. ........ .-. loll op r-w
I I iiui nu iimm: iur JHMlfr f l" ' ' " """:
work. co!i!Htitiuf brevier, lone pil'ier. pica, gn-nl
primer, paragon and iluiiMu cuiil-h lett-.-r and
il-.'iin-H mil and complete, w'hout pace end
lirl'v ll-i.ru hit. .... ... I.I. . .... . ... ....mm..
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, '. .ti ... t IS
in-- . iiiHiou iiirm in ruin-m cuuuiv, un uie ioi:k
of ilu- Ohiy river, and 4 wile from It. H Htation,
!Hi sr-oH-oi aorcH utid-r fence. Orchard of alunit
l.'iacreH. Ilu u fmme dwelllni: of (irouuiH. Hood
ci-tiTii. At a liarL-aln. Apply eailv.
,n. i . uuni.ci. a. c. rtj;oui.
f t VrilXTi ctlvi prlloHtnot n lion
M X Jji f'-'f'tl Al'oiiIh for the sale ofour
HtieclalttleH. II i! I n . .
roHpeeliihle, (inoil hi-11 ralilillv. We
ur a liberal coiiwhIhhIoii ou 'le. From $liiu to
$'JXiii month can he made by live men. Karecbancc
luniwKwiir money A mires, TKH M I'll MAN U
FACTl KINO C0..11UMourop St..( blcauo. '
J. T. WARREN & CO.4'
COW. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic dried and canned Fruit and
Vegetable. Canned, dried aud "all Finn, pick
le, Hauce, Oil and Condiment. Soup
at lift", riakluu I'owdera, ground and
whulo Splee. Toilet and Laundry
Soap. Seeds, Jellies, Preserve
Fancy Groceries and Gro
cers' Sundries. r
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS" MANUKL.