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THE DAILY CA UO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1870.
y II. MAREAN, M, !.,
Homeopathic rhysJcian and Surgeon
OIHe 140 Commercial arenua. 1toldnc cornet
Fourteenth Hi. aud WaahluEton avenue, Cairo.
K. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornut No. 146 Commercial
Eighth and Ninth Street
W. C. JOCELYN,
i'FKU EEIhtU Street, near Commercial Avcutie.
NOTARY H BI.lC.
Notary Public und Conveyancer.
OFFICK:-Wlth the Widow' and Oorpnana' Mu
iial Aid Society.
JMNEQAR & LANSDE.V,
OFFICE No. 11S Commercial Avenue.
O CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -Irfkn STATES.
I un and after Monday, Jane It. I tie bust will make
the following Hp:
footKonrth at. Missouri Land'g.
" 9 a.nT
A p. ni.
5 p. tu
10 a. m.
4 p. in.
8 a. m.
10 a. m.
I p. D1.
I p. m.
4 a. m.
:l p. m.
R:30 a. m.
10:) a. m.
S:30 p. m.
(1:30 a. m.
METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
TUc &i;;aBt Sidcwbeel Passenger Steamer
SSbk CHAMPION &m
A.J. BlEir .. Clerk.
Leaves i. Mro every afternoon at 3 o'clock, fur
l'adnrahi Metropolis and wav laudius:. For
freiRlit or passage apply to SOL. A. S1I.YEH,
J. T. WAKREiY & CO.
64 & 00 Second St.
foreign ted Domestic dried aud canned Frultn aud
Vegetables. Canned, dried and call Flsb. Hick
lea, Saucea, Oils and Condimenla. Soup
tnfl'a, Baking Powder, ground aud
whole Splcce. Toilet and Laundry
Soapi. Seeds, Jelllex, rreerve
Fancy Groceries and Gro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OITt "GROCERS' MAM'KL.
BOOTS AX It SHOES
HOOTS AND SHOES
- Marte to Urder-
VHOM HIE BEST
MATK1HAL ON SlloKTNO
WOltK, MATERIAL AND FIT GUAR
ANTEED. W"!N'pnliiu;: done neatucs. ami ilc-paicli,
Avenue, J, K. Coiner
C A 11 tO. Ilili.
.TOflWA YEAR, or J.1 to
IV" II III U your mvu lIK'Kllt.V
inurifa Womtu dona well
raa men Many make mure
than tile an. mint nlNt.il
hove, ho nun run full In
njkt money ft. Any ouc cau du the work. You
an make from UK- to :'. an hour by devoting vonr
cvnnlntaandaparo tltiieto tbebutiluesa. It cost
jiirUiliig lo try tlie hnrlne. Nothing like It for
uoutrr nakluit ever ofTi red befoit. Iluslueaa nleaa-
r.'. and trletlv bonorablx. Iteudcr. If you want to
know all about tbe b-Ht paying: huslueia before the
nubile, nend u vour address aud we will snml you
lill sntrulnra aud prjvnto term, free; aamplea
wrti . kI o free; you tan thou make up yowt
mind forvouraolf. Addresa (iEORUK STINSON
CO. I'ur'.inad, Kslua.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTKKKt) AT TIIK l"OHT OFFICE IN CAlllO, IL
MXOl, A8 SKCOXO-CLAS MATTrtt.
OFFICIAL I'APKH OK ALEXANDEH CjllUNTY.
Only Sloriiinj Daily in Southern Illinois.
GENERAL LOCAL ITllMS.
We re lonesome". We road the Hun
it mttkes us lonesome.
Web White is filling an "ml in terlm"
position iu the wholesale grocery of Strat
ton & Bird.
A private letter from Springfield, says
that the scarlet fever is almost an epidemic
in that city.
J. W, Strong is installed as book
keeper in the great hardware establishment
of C. 11. Woodward.
E. ('. Ford has moved his bracket store
and fancy bazaar into the room on Eighth
street, recently vacated by. Valentine Resch.
Attend the fair at the temperance hall
to-night and see yourself win n gold watch,
a fine clock or tvn oil painting.
The "yearling"' found out yesterday
that the ladies fair is in progress at
TeniiK-rance hall. Tie committee must
have called upon them.
It is the only medicine I would give to
my Baby, a mother said, speaking of Dr.
P.ull's Baby Syrup. At nil drug stores, 2"
"Have you heard the news of late, about
that mighty king so great?" the king of 3
cent cigars, the "Faultless," for sale by F.
Korsmeyer. Levee corner. Sixth street.
Miss Annie Alvord is a member of the
choir of St. Marks church in Chicago. Her
musical talent is of a high order, and is
fully appreciated in that city.
The regular meeting of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union will be held
iu the Temperance hall at the usual hour
We are accused of "ignoring" when we
don't notice the flings of the "yearling,"
and of being "quarrelsome" when we do.
What can'wc do to amuse the b tby, any
how? Dr. Will Smith's tiery steed became
frightened at a load of funiture on Wash
ington avenue, yesterday afternoon, and
made a run of several blocks before its rider
got it under control again.
Where is Mike McC'ool, the burly.
Ixjxing bully He is said to be iu Cairo,
but is it possible for a mau to live iu Cairo
without us getting a sight of him? Well,
Preparations were yesterday being
made for the laying down of the "cement
stone" of which the sidewalk in front of the
Alexander County Bank building will be
. thalleiige. The proprietors of Dr.'
Bull's Cough Syrup herewith challenge the
doctors ot the United States to prescribe a
remedy which is cheaper, more effective and
which can give greater satisfaction than
The one story frame building on the
coiner of Seventeenth and Poplar, which
was blowu down by the late strong wind,
yesterday hail the screws put to it and will
soon be up in the world again. Milton
Jenkins is its owner. '
Captain W. H. Walker, yesterday re
turned from his dry-docks located at
Dean's Islaud, twenty miles above Mem
phis. He rami! up with th- intention of
buying lumber, and experts to return in a
One compositor short on the paper,
coupled with the fact that most of yesterday
was occupied in moving the material, etc.,
of the newsroom, into another put of the
building, has cut us a little short of loenl
matter this morning.
Mr. John McEwen, we hear, hits the
contract lor plastering the llartmaii build
ing, ifnd ere ninny more full moons sluill
shine upon sulfcring humanity, the work
will be done. About one hundred souare
yards will compose the job.
Chrislian H.iMiii, Em., Younstown,
Ohio, is full of joy over the wonderful cure
of his wife by St. Jacobs Oil. Fur twelve
long years she had suffered with Neuralgia
in the head, and often bad the net terri
ble pains. Half ft buttle of Si. Jaeoh Oil
cttreil her entirely.
The old Delta baud came to life again'
last night. At least for a few hours, the
boys "did" themselves together and dis
coursed hwvc t sounds free of charge for the
b 'tielit of the fair given by the Catholic
ladies, (ioo.l, say we to this, and we want
to p'tt the boys mi their backs, each and
every one of them.
The court house roof is receiving a re
pairing, uml new guttering being placed
around it -that which the storm made
necessary. Tin building needs a great
ileal of repairing, and no doubt the county
commissioners would have it done, but for
lack of funds in the county treasury..
The publisher of Tnr. lU i.t.iiTtN wrote
one item for yesterday's paper and retired.
That one neces.siiates another for to day. It
brought .Miss llitiiii! MeKec home lrom
Kulamti.oo, Michigan, a village she Ins
never visited. Substitute the name of Miss
llattio Wheeler, for that of Miss Mcivje,
and the Item U correct.
The boys mentioned in ye
i-ue, for whoae a tv4 a warrant was sworn
oat by Ttev; Shores, for breaking the win
dows of his church, wero yestcrdtiy taken
before Squire Osboru for trial. Tho young
sters admitting tho "corn," and the Squiro
rightly believing that an example should
be mado of them, assessed them live dol
lars and costs which they paid.
It is a fact, whether deplorable or
otherw ise, we louve for the reader to judge,
but a fact it is nevertheless that a Cairo
tramp is an orncmeut of great rarity and
hard to find at the present day. Many and
varjous have been thj kind offices our
officers have performed for this worthy class
of gentlemen, but strange to say, Cairo has
uo charms for them tit present.
A representative of The Bulletin at
tended the fair last night at Temperance
Hall andjwas most agreeably entertained.
Mr. Frank Ilealy placed him under many
obligations by kind attentions and Dr. (ie..
O'Hara took special caro of him in the
vast crowd there assembled. The supper
was excellent and the coffee superb and
gracefully served. To-night is the lust and
most interesting of the fair.
The long contemplated dam e which
the 8 to 13 club will give on Friday night
at the St. Charles hotel, will give our peo
ple another opportunity for real enjoyment.
The interest manifested in tho club and the
occasion for amusements it creates, is not
confined to the "single-hearted," but is
not less shared in by our more sober mar
ried folks. The club's ball herctotoro
called out a lull attendance ot our best peo
ple, and quite all who attended speak
in the highest terms of tbe management.
There has been more than three
months low water iu the upper Ohio river,
the longest ever experienced at this season
of the year, but the rainv weather of the
past few days has changed this and there is
an unusual activity in river circles; a num
ber of steamers that have been laid up are
making preparations to. resume business.
The greatest benefit derived from the rise
will be among coal consumers.
The coal famine is now virtually
over, and with the rise of the river there
has been a decline in prices of coal at Cin
cinnati and other points to nominal figures.
Millions of bushels are now on the way
down from the coal regions ot Peuusylvania.
Our old and intimate acquaintance
Henry Ward, is evidently, ts is his habit
every once aud awhile, agaki fishing for no
toriety. He remarked incidently. the
other Sunday, that there are but two ob
jects of punishment above aud below. One
is the preservation of society, the other
the reformation of the criminal. The in
fliction of infinite and endless punishment
tor any other object is a toktu of demoniac
cruelty. It is demoniac and not divine to
inflict pain for the sake ot pain. "If I
thought," said he, "that a God stood at the
door where men go out of life, ready to send
them down to eternal punishment, my soul
would cry out, 'Let there be no God !' My
instincts would say, 'Annihilate- Him !' "
Day before yesterday two strangers,
one on American ami the other an Irish
man commenced quarreling over n game of
dice in John Sackburger's saloon on the
Levee and finally came to blows They
fought "like dogs" our informant tells us,
but had been at this pastime but a short
time when officer Sheeltan came along and
nipped the whole affair in the bud by r
rssting them. In the tight one ot the fel
lows named James Murrygot his ankle
sprained. He was lodged in the city jail
and, yesterday morning, being sober
enough for trial, was. taken before- Squire
Comings, who, after weighiiig well the evi
dence pro and con, concluded that James
hud sinned heavily and nccolingly charged
to his account six dollars ind costs. He
not having a cents worth of greenbacks
about him was committed ti the charge of
the gentle Cain, who has concluded to
keep him as au ornament anil permit him
to' eat the "staff ot life" asj furnished by
our city fathers. I
A suit came tip More Squire Osborn,
a few days ago, in whieh the llev. .Mr.
Shores, Mr. J. K. Cunningham and Mr.
Leak were parties. It appears that the
reverend geutlemait, some time ago, was en
gaged in a law suit, mnl had Mr. Leak en
gaged to help him along with it; that
while the case was In progress Mr. Cun
ningham tipk it upon himself to help Mr.
Leak uml the reverend gentleman along
without being asked to do so: After the
termination of the suit, and while Mr.
Shores was paying his attorney for services
goes, snatched hull" the pay for the services
he hud reuderpd. This did not give the
fullest satisfaction to Mr. Shores, and nc
cordinglv, in n
spirit ot resentment, he
;ainst Mr. Cunningham for
the ijU.oO. Tho trial came
brought, suit ii
the recovery of
up before Squine Osborn, the lime set for it
being !) o'clock t Promptly tit the aforesaid
time, Cunninghinn-'-he Ls always prompt
made his appearance, but the corporial
Shores, where was lief Perhaps ho
was asleep; perhaps be was busy
counseling some of the sisters in
Jesus; perhaps, and the most likely of all,
thought Cunningham, lie hud repented of
his wicked ways, and his lust for lucre and
prosecuting propensities bad been forsnken
him. But as Squire Osbom derided the
ruse in favor of Cunningham, little did
ha think that the- reverend gentle
man with his usual elastic step was
hounding up the street towards his office.
But so it was tho case was decided nyninst
him because he was teu minutes late.
TUB MAIIIUADKOF MR. WM. (1, HOUniNS
AND MISS ELLA WAUIKIUOK AN EI.KOANT
AFFAIR, VALUABLE HIEHEJiTS, ETC.
RonniNs WAi.nnnxiK At the Church
of tho Redeemer, at 1 :f!0 o'clock yesterday,
by Rev. Mr. Steele, of Centralin, Mri Wil'
liam O. Robbing and Miss Ellen A. Wal
bridge. Both of Cuiro.
Tho marriage of Mr. Wm. G. Robbing
and Miss Ella Walbridgc, which for sonto
time past our young Bocicty people hayo
looked forward to as an event of imporancq
took place yesterday at 1 :U0 p. m. at tho
Church of the Redeemer. A more elegant
wedding, and yet ono in which there was
so little ostentation has perhaps never taken
plaeo in Cairo. Tho day was grand. The
bright sun shining down warmly through
the clear, bracing utmosphorn had dried up
nearly all traces of the recent heavy rains
ami left everything looking as fresh and
beautiful as it is possible for them to look
upon a fall morning. We are not supersti
tious, but this being the first bright, beauti
ful day after so many cloudy and gloomy
ones, wo could not help wishing that it
might be an omen of a life full or'happi
ness and sunshine, to the young pair just
entering upon life's real duties as well as its
real pleasures and enjoyments. In this
wiliwowill uo doubt be joined by all tbe
young people of Cairo, for among them all
the young groom and his lovely bride are
well known and are very popular.
The ceremony was performed according
to the Episcopal service, by the
Rev. Mr. Steele of Ccntralia. The
bridesmaids were Misses Daisy
Robbins, Ella Robbins, Ella Armstrong anj
Eliza WalbiiJge. There were nogrooiusmen,
but four ushers Messrs W. I). Lippet. Jus. A.
Phillis, Harry Hughes and Charles Bell.
The bridal party rutered the church, the
ushers leading, then the bridesmaids, then
the groom with the mother of the bride,
then the bride leaning upon the arm of her
father. The brido wore a white French
argandie dress,- with white satin pompa
dour corsage, with crcfe lisse and satin
purlings. The panier over-dress was
finished in the back with graceful drapery
falling over the elaborate train, the whole
beautifully garuitured with smilax and
white coronations. A wreath of natural
flowers held the veil.
The bridesmaids were beautifully attired
in white dresses, simple yet elegantly
made with decorations of flowers The
ushers wore blflck suits with black tie
The music was well selected and entirely
new. and was preformed in a most excel
lent manner by Mrs. Aistlmrpe.
After the service at the church a few
of the most intimate friends of the family
returned to the residence of the bride's
parents on Seventeen street, where elegant
refreshments were served.
The bridal presents were numerous and
costly, and consisted of:
A silver card receiver, fnun MUs Adah
McC'lure, of Du Quoin.
Silver cake stand and butter dish, from
Win. E. Otis, of Independence, Kas.
Silver pickle castor, Lena and Edith Wal
bridge. Silver fruit stand, Mrs. ('. M. Willard,
Silver butter dish. General and Mrs. It.
M. Pearson, Chicago.
Silver dinner castor, Mr. and Mrs. Ii. S.
Set of solid silver tea-spoons. Corwin
Velvet pin cushion with point lace cover.
Miss Ada Burgess, Nashville, Tenn.
Oil panel painting, "Pond Lilies," Mr.
and Miss Keeler, Chicago.
Bouquets of hoj-hotise flowers, ('has. II.,
Decorated French china tea set, Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Robertson.
Silver cake basket, Miss Ella Armstrong.
Silver uml cut-glass berry dish, .Misses
Mary and Jennie Pattison, Frecport, 111.
Case of one doon silver dinner knives,
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Spaulding.
Silver and glass vases, Mr. and Mrs. .las.
Silver and porcelain vase and solid silver
pie knife, Mr. und Mrs.Robt. Pierce, Topeks,
Porcelain and silver mantle vases. T. W.
Fitch aud C. U. S. Petinebakcr.
Silver fruit knives und salt spoons. Mrs.
Chandler Robbins, Independence, Kas.
Silver and gold tea bell, Mr. aud Mrs. B.
Set lacquered ware brackets, Mrs. J.
Pair large mantle vases, Mr. am! .Mrs.
II. II. Milburn.
Solid silver and gold berry spoon, Mi-s
Silver butter knile. Harry Robbins.
Silver and glass umbrella-shape card
receiver, Will K. Hawkins.
Elegant silver water pitcher und stand,
Messrs Lippctt, Hughes, Phillis and Bell.
Solid silver sugar spoon, butter knife and
pie knife, Miss Ella Robbins.
Set solid silver tea spoons, Mr. and Mrs.
R. P. Robbins.
Tho bridal couplo left on the 5 :10 p. m.
train for Chicago, where they will remain
for a few days, afterward visiting
Dubuque, Topeka, Kansas and other points
west. They will be absent about two
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
Underwear in great vuricty, at the very
lowest prices, nt J. Burgoi'e, Commercial
itveuue, between Seventh and Eighth streets.
millS SPACE BELONGS TO
A. MARX, Clothier,
6 1 Ohio Levee,
He is too busy to write
O'DoNN KLL MaoNKK At Ht. Josettb'a
Catholic church, by Rev. Father Hogan, at
II ;.Ji) a. m. yesterday, Mr. M. O Donnel and
Aftu XTnrrrt.. 1 ......... l...ll. ..4' .
Miss Maggie Magner, both of this city
The marriage of Mr. M. O'Donucl and
Miss Muggie Magner, which has long been
anticipated I iy our people, was celebrated
yesterday at U ;!J0 o'clock, in St. Joseph's
Catholic church, the Rev. Father Hogan
performing the marriage ceremony. The
church was tilled with our best people all
of tin in friends atid acquaintances of the
bride and groom.
Mi.s Maggie Jones was bridesmaid and
Mr. Thus. Darntody wm groomsman.
The bride and groom tire well know n to
our citizens and the high esteem in which
they arc held was amply shown by the
numcous and costly presepts. They have
the kiidest and best wishes of Tun Bi'i.i.L-
We wiil offer 100 pieces Canton flannel,
at the extreme low price of seven cents per
yard. J. lit kglk,
Commercial avenue between Seventh and
AN ERROR CORRECTED.
The following, which came to hand a
day or two ago, explains itself and we cheer
fully give it place in these columns, be
cause it corrects an unintentional error of
ottr's and highly compliment us:
Bilitor of Cnlro BuLetm.
Sih: Please notice. I wish to correct
the mistake which appeared in last Sun-
day's Bn.i.ETix, of Albert Grindlcr being
in the insane asylum in Chicago, which is
not true, lie is in tit Milwaukee county
hospi:al, as second stcwart, and is doing
letter than he has been doing for years.
And the one that published it is more fit
for the iusane asylum than he is.
Cu no. Nov. 17th, IST'J. A. M. O.
the Most klegant lines
Of b.dies dolma-s, circular, and cloaks in
the citv, at J. Burger's.
This is the last night of the lair at Tem
perance Hall and everyli should attend.
The ralles will take place to-uight, and ull
who art interested in the two elegant gold
watches should not fail to be present. The
tint: oil painting, donated to the ladies w ill
also be disposed of in the same manner.
The dunces are nearly all taken on tin;
clock conated by Mr. Budcr, also on that
donated by Taber Bros, and their owner
ship w;ll be decided by lot this evening.
These tre only a few of the attraction.
The fal is proving a grand success,
I f yoi want a good dish of ysters servi-d
in any ityle, or u hot cup of coffi e, go to
ot) Ohk Levee, next to I. M. K. R. i'licc.
Open diy and night. Families supplied by
the (Mi. Selects .".0 cents, mediums 10
cents p.:r can. A. T. DkHacn,
Elegant lines of gimps and fringes, nt ex
ceedingly low prices. J. Bt. iiiii;it,
124 Commercial avenue.
I iiavk at my lumber yard on Sixth
street. 73 boxes soap, ','9 caddies of tobacco,
of) cheese, 10 boxes cove oysters, 400 boxes
sardines, 7 half barrels mackerel, 1 box
mustard, 7 boxes pepper sauce, which I
will sell below cost. Call early this morn
ing for a good bargain. W. Titiuo.
Every department is filled with the uiost
desirable, goods, bought before the recent
advauce in prices, and we beg to assure
our patrons und the public, that an oppor
tunity is now offered to obtain bargains
which tK'ver will present itself again. Call
and examine my stock and prices.
124 Commercial avenue.
At the rooms of Walter Hyslop, over
City National Bank. Thursday morning
10 o'clock, November 19th. A linn bed
and betHead; handsome library; elegant
carpets; lieatiug stove, handsome oil paint
ings; cluirs, center table, sideboard, etc.,
etc. A. W. Pyatt.
Sol. Silvku, Auction.'. ,
a better Advertisement.
PIG S-FEET, SPARE-RIBS, ETC.
Al l"U P5 Muscol Hinklo A Motif.
j "n C"nncrciu! avenue, pig's feet, suar.i
ribs, back bones, aud other triinmiuirs in
I . b 1 1
large or small quantities are for sale at very
tow prices, ew lard nr family uv, in
vites special attention.
10,000 FEATHER BEI )S
Wonted to renovate, at the feather foundry
of Reid and Eutherly iu Mrs. Byrnes l)iti.)J
ing. near St. Patrick's church. Feather"
cleansed by steam, washing, drying an I
bleaching done in the same cylinder. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Price for single b-1
1.)0. Call early, our stay will be short.
In childrens" knitted wear.
OYSTERS IN ANV STYLE.
Harry Walker has jut received a largo
assortment of Fresh Oysters, and w ill serve
them up in any style. Yon can go aud get
them any way you wntit them. The oyster
counter 's under the management of
Oi.uti.mk run ls at the barber shop ,f
J. George Strinhouse. on Eighth street, tic.v
Alexander County Bank. OixhI barber-,
easy chairs, sharp razors, clean towels, ete.
Shave 10 cent, haircut 21 cents, shampoo
.'.'i cents, and other work proportionally lew
Rcmcinlicr the plarcv
WHERE WILL I GO.
To get a BiMhl mir -f Boot? or Shoes mad..
I ' r.I r. from the very U-st mat'erial.' G
toR. Jones, Commercial avenue. Atheneuiu
building. Workmanship and satisfaction
guaranteed. N tit. no pay. Prices to s".it
A NEW SCHEME.
A fine silver tea set will be drawn for :
Tichenian's billiard parlors on Chri,!rVn
eve. Every petson paying for u game "of
billiards will receive a ticket entitling Mm
to a chance in the drawing. Tickets
not be obtained in am- other wav.
Cn-hitteres, aipacu, Henrietta crapes. J;; 1
every other make in large and varied quart-
to- ' J- Bi nuKit.
I'M Commercial avenue.
During the sickness of Mr. Unite!!. Mr.
Ernest Thielecke has been installed locM
editor of the lit u.rrix. Any favors shown
him in tlm way of local or city news
be duly appreciated. E. A. Busnktt.
SMALL ADVKiiTIsF.il KM s.
i Ihe i' fttrli or leak will lu- t... I.ll. i i
t.i. nu r.iu is.kik s hi tiii. ,. , t
iiiii. I'uirv In-ertiou ; 1 month. l..Vi::inioiithlt?
out Ht.ntr... l.ii ,.r month. KM. i,ii,(lr
lot". S centa. MtiiHttMiis watit. il tree
Ft 'It 1IKNT
A eotlajit of three room on Tenth -trwt n.
apply Ut No.
Tu irvntlni.cti. i.r 1-i'i tu nml ifr. witlu.c
' "tu- cir.'e s.-eoiHl M.y front ruun
I inii-hed or ntiftiriiUhi c'.. IM priiate fumih u v
rt. I Html...
. title at(.,: ei:i:r.ivitiL', ,ir Hal,.
..'mF'1,' of h." I''ll-hcw for Ion than irtti,ei,.
WII! he sold nlni: v for Sin mi .!, ..r,i.. i,..
M. F.nqulri- at Thk'Hi i utik bindery.
saiw ami purrhnnr or Ileal Kftute in Clint
sluiulii liii sure they have a u.nrd tltlr, I am mm
prepared to liirulsh iihatrnrts tit ri itaonahle rater.
M HASTKKOs V
Olllen in Court Hoiii".
A ..Ties of No, 'itiothle cup uml lower cao
partly worn, but suitHhle lor poster or pryizramme
work, conslstlnyol brevier. lou primer, plea, ureal
primer, parnu'on und dulle enulisli Irllei" und
lltfinis lull und complete, without apace and
i a tid.
A Good Plan!
Am hoily enii leitrn to mnke inonev rapidly npfral
MiR In Stocks, by the -Two I'ticrrlhij link's for Hue
iva. In M(.M..ia. Liuvrcnrc & Co.' new circular
The eomblimtlon method, which thl tlrm has made .
somiccessful, ttimhlea people with Inrtfe or amall '
meum to retip nil tbe benellts ot Unrest cnpllal and
best skill. Thousand of order, lu various mm,
are ponied Into one vast amoiliit and eo operated u
n 'iiluhty whole, thn securing tocucti ahnrehoMer
nil the ndvnntaiic of the liiru'cal opiTninr. Im
mense profit are divided inoiiihly.' Any amount,
lrom f into fcti.OOO.or more, can hu iiacd aueccssfilllv.
N V.Itaptist Weekly. September ati. ISffl, uv:
"Hy tho combination aystem Jl'i would mnke ;.'.
or ft percent.; $."i0pny JWl.or 7 per rent.! $bW
mnkel,tH)ll, or 10 per cent, on the. tork, durlin
the month, iicconlliuj to the murkel," Frank Lea
llu' Illustrated Neiaper. .lutiit tft; "The com
bination method -of opcrutlnjj stock I tlm most
urelbl ever adopted." New York Independent,
ri( plumber 13: ' Theniinbluallon vtem I found- . .
ed upon correct bitslne principle, 'mill tor pe-aon .
need be without an Income whllu It I kepi wniklin: ,
by Mer. Lawrence to Co," Hmklvn .Intirnal.
April : "iiur uilltor tmulo a nefproilt of JIOIa'J
from$J0ln one of.McK.r. Lawrence Co.'a com
bination New circular (mulled free) explain
everything. Htneka ami bond wanted, (tovern-
merit honda supplied'. Lawrence A Co., UauUrrr
C7 Kxvtuago i'lave, rw ly,