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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TIIUKSDAY MORNING," KQVKMBKK ST. 1879.
y II. MARISAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
(jUr.e HO Commercial avrnut). Roiiilrnco corner
Kint''iitli M. and vtammzion avenue, eairo
jQR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Jrric. No. 1M Commercial Avenue, between
Sluhik od Ninth Btreeu
jyx. W. C. JOCELYN,
D K N T 1ST.
OfKU E liiuhtli Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public anil Conveyancer.
OHKK:E:-Witli the Wldowa' nd Oorpnni' Mu
ual Aid Society.
JINEQAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE Vn STATES.
On and after Monday, June 1G, the boat will make
tsfce loUowina trips:
HAVE LEAVES LEAVES
FooFrth MUfourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
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Ha. ro. s:H0a. m. 9a.ru.
ID a. m. 10:: a. ra. 11 a.m.
i p. tu. j.'Wp. m. :1p.m.
4 p. m. . tM p.m. - !J p. m
Ii.in. 9:) a. m. 10 a.m.
i p as. 3:W p.m. 4 p. m.
Jj"OR METROPOLIS AN J) PADUCAH.
Tke K'KautSUlewlii'el Passeueer Steamer
Ssi CHAMPION &u
Leav .iro every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
VtdixnU. Metropolis and wav landinsn. For
Uf.icM. or pannage apply to tsuu. A. mi.lk,
)i & 6( W. Second St.
Ku,k und Ddmertlc dried utid cauutd Fruit and
W:ruhl. Canned.drlidandaaltKli.il. Pick
W, s-aoiiw. Oils ami t'ondlinmtt. Soup
-tv,9. liakinz Ponder, crotind and
bnle Spica. Toilet and Laundry
4oap. Seeds, Jellle. Preserve.
Fancy Groceriea and Gro
StiN l unparalleled in the West.
KXDF0K OUR "GROCERS MANUEL. !
Constitution Water !
I i Dltfll'Stll''
Tlii'M. Tiiii n l):ty,
r'urtt Hrl;Ui lii'sw. Inrhmmmiiiii nf Kid
tnrt. S(ie.- iii (he JiUflit, r. t'niarrli llir Blwliti-r,
..r. Dihci-. Cmcl. I'.ni k liu.t IicpiU. Child
For Kfinalf (.'niiliiinis u Specialty.
I m f by all I)rucuitt. nd for Circular
MO II '5 AN i AM.EN'. John St , N. Y.
EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL!
S-'ud for Crculam ciplalnlnn our
, New Svstem of Canvassing.
, Jl .( hivo Wondi'i-ful auci . 11)0 aubacribcr to
r HM inbabliauta. Our puhllratlnim are Hanilard.
Mdirru Til K HKNKV KILL I'L BLISHINU CO..
X n. IIobuin,.1r.. Jlauaer, Peoria. 111.
WOOD AND COAL.
( W WIIEKLKR,
dealer III all kind of
Conl Wood, Stove Wood,
' Coal. Ktc
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
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TVxlk Street, Between Washington and
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
ENTEIIKD AT TUB TOST OFt'K'K IN CAIUO, II
L1X0IS, AS SliCOND-CLASS MATTKIl.
OFFICIAL PAPKBOK ALKXANDEIt COUNTY,
Only Morning1 Daily In Southern Illinois.
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Caiao, 111.. November ISM. f
Time. liar. Ther. Uum, Wind. Vel Weather.
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8 " Cloudv
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8 li Cloudy
Maximum Temperature. Vi ; Minimum Tem
perature, 49; ltalufall, 0. 00 Inch.
W. n. HAY,
Serjt't Signal Corue, U. S. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Wauled a good milch cow. Apply
at No. 3 Winter's Row.
The Board of County CoramisMoners
meet in regular sessiou next Monday.
Cornices. and room moulding put up to
order at Ford's.
-Go to church. Go to the Postoflko to
day only from 8 to 0 o'clock a. m.
Oil painting gems, pannel chroiuos,
statuary, etc., at Fords.
The Sun refuses to shine on our happy
and prosperous city, to-morrow.
Koehler's sausage factory has risen
from its ashes and is in full blast agaiu.
Japan trays and lunch baskets at
. Attend the :rand chair ball of the
Delta City Fire Company to-night.
Remember the poor to-day and give
them some good reasons to be thankful.
Ladies companions, sailor valises,
German knife baskets at Ford's.
Boicourt's celebrated string baud will
furnish music at the Chair Ball this even
ing. Judge McCartney has sold his interest
in the Massac Journal, to Mr. Robert A.
Davisson, a young man of Metropolis.
Japanese brackets and boquet tables
at Ford's Bazaar.
Sheriff Hodges is busy preparing his
books for a settlement with the Board of
County Commissioners, for taxes collected
Nine prisoners are occupying cells in
the county jail at present. They are all
ot the sterner sex.
Go to E. C. Ford's on Eight street and
get your pictures framed in his elegant new
The coal business is booming here
abouts; Halliday Bros.' coal dump handles
from thirty to forty cars daily.
Mr. John Daijy, formerly a resident of
Cairo, but now of Lincoln, III., is in the
city circulating among his many friends.
Indian baskets, ladies beautiful glove
and handkerchief Iwxes, splash mats and
sewing stands at Ford's.
Ernest Thielecke, our local seriln.', left
the city last evening for Golconda. where
he goes for a tew days on business. ,
High mass will be celebrated at St.
Joseph's Catholic church this morning at
8 o'clock, by the Rev. Fr. Hogan.
Parties in town yesterday from the
neighborhood of Sandusky, report the
sickness in that ncighlKirhooJ abating and
that those now sick are improving.
The finest line of photo frames, motto
frames and easels ever brought to Cairo,
--There was a candy-pulling in the up
per end of the city last night and the lads
and lassies pulled to their hearts' content.
Thanksgiving services will be held at
the Church of the Redeemer this morning
at half past ten o'clock. The Rev. I). A.
Bonrur, rector, officiating.
Considerable improvement has recently
been made in the interior of the New Yotk
sNire, by the rc-urranging of desks, com.
Ilebsatker's reconstructed bakery puts
oi metropolitan irs. With its new entin
ters. show cases, etc., it is a "daisy" and a
credit to Eighth street.
The children of St Joseph's Parish
Catholic school will go out in the country
to-day on a nutting expedition, accom
panied by Father Hogan in charge.
The Hotel D'Winter is doim a land
oflice business rind the clover ex-Mayor,
who conducts and directs the establishment
The Comhiue continues to attract a
KooU house nightly, and the proprietor, Mr,
Walker, furnishes attractions that plense
nud amuse all who attend.
II alii '.la Bios, etnpl.iy thirty coopi
in their shops at the present time, and these
men turn out between five and six hun
ilted fiarrels per day.'
We have just received' an elegant line
of dress goods in all the new and popula
shades, which we offer at the astonishing
low price ol 10 t ents per yard. Come and
see them. Stcabt.
The steamer J as. Fisk, in attempt
ing to make a landing at East Cuirb yester
day attcruoou, got aground. A tug was
culled to her assistant mid she w.ts pulled
off ofter a delay of two hours. ,
Geo. O'liara and Adolph Swoboda
were around among the amusement loving
poople yesterday, selling tickets for the
Chair Ball, to ho given this evening by the
Delta City Firo company. They report
'-See our 50 cent Merino undershirt, it is
a bargain and worth to-day 0."i ceuts.
' Maj. Anderson, of Mound City, small
In statue, but big in teeling, and n giant in
his profession the law was in the city
The doctors aro very much displeased
over a competitor who is gradually stealing
'their best practice; we mean Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup ot which a 23 cent bottle
docs better work than u dozen, prescription?.
Monroe Wootten, recetitly elected
county constable, has filed his bond and
taken the oath of oflice. lie now wears
a star as large as tho largest and handles
the law breakers like an old hand.
Gentlemen, before buying your under
wear for tho winter, come and see u-. We
offer a complete line, bought previous to the
recent sharp advance and will sell at
figures not to be duplicated elsewhere.
A clerk at the box factory had a num
ber ot articles of clothing stolen from his
sleeping apartments yesterday. Officer
Lslly was notified of the theft and succeed
ed in recovering the property, but not the
Mr. A. Black, who bought a large as
sortment of boots and shoes before the Jate
rise, is offering them at the old figures until
tho 1st January. His stock is the most com
plete in the city and the quality is of the
bes', and always found as represented.
"The 'Faultless' is a fine cigar, and I
hope Korsmeyer itfay be able to sell mil
lions of them," said a gentleman yesterday
in our hearing. They cost but five cents,
and are sold by F. Korsmeyer, corner Sixth
The customary rlood of New Year's
cards is beginning the anuual inundation
of the country printing offices. The styles
are new only in cases where they are in
tended for lady callers, the next being
Jim Summerwell has moved the new
flag pole into the custom house yard prepara
tory to erecting it. Jim has done a good
job and has turuished the government a
pole that will bear the stars aud stripes of
this glorious land of liberty for many a day
The members of the A. M. E. church
will give a Thanksgiving dinner at Schecls'
Hall at twelve o'clock to-day. the proceeds
to go into the fnud for re-building their
church. They will also give a supper and
sociable at the same place iit the evening. A
general invitation is extended to the public.
The excitement occasioned by the ar
rests of Irish Nationalist by the English
government has reached Cairo, and our
Irish citizens are considerably stirred up
at the outrageous manner in which, the
English government is attempting
to suppress the voice of a people goaded by
oppressive and cruel laws enacted for that
special purpose. .
Mr. Hill returned home 'from New
Orleans day before yesterday, on the John
W.Garrett, to tind his wife confined to her
bed with rn attack of fever. The Garrett
,'oes to Mound City for repairs, before she-
loads tor the south when, if the health of
his family will permit. Mr. Hill will again
"In accordance with the time-honored
custom, etc.," among leading newspapers,
we will issue The Bcm.etix to-inorrow
just the same as through this was not a
holiday that we could take a mean advan
tage of ami deprive our readers of their
regular literary breakfast dish. After the
feasting and thanks of to-day they will
need something appetizing.
The grand Chair Hall of the Delta
City Fire Co., comes off to-night, at their
engine house hall, and supper will be
served at a slight extra charge. Tickets
are only one dollar, and the company should
dispose of at least live hundred. The affair
will he a pleasant and enjoyable oik; to all
who attend, as puit'e by the Deltas always
Dr. Nowatney called on the Bci.i.ktis
yesterday, and says there is uo cuti-e for
alaritym account of the dlnense prevailing
out in the country --that us It has finally
d-veloped itself. It is nothing more nor
less than pneumonia, combined in some
Cises with bilious fever, a not unusual dis
ease at this season of the rear liiroti'diout
Mr. II. i!. Geer, lor along time connect
ed with the Western Union Telegraph
oflice in this city, will shortly leave for
Vicksburg, Miss., to take churgo of an
office in that place. Mr. Geer has many
friends here who will miss him. What
will the girls do f The archers, the social
clubs, and the teinperancu folks '(
anj now showing m entire new
line of children's fine hosiery in Saxony
wool and Cashmere, also an elegant line of
fleeced hosiery and plain Hilk cloake, to
get Iter with an, entire new lino of hidiu's
and gout's hosiery in new etl'ects. Theso
goods are aa entirely new importation mid
we offer them at prices as low us tho sitnio
goods can bo hail east or went:
Smiir, 8th st.
Jimmy Not I is deterjiiuiid that he will
n )t bo suppressed. His enemies have hnunted
and tantalized him', they nought and se
cured his "resignation" ns u tutor In our
public schools, nud done ainl Kaid other
things bad about Jim, but he still survives.
He is now on a prosperous highway, he
claims, having opened up u variety stoic on
Commercial avenue, next to Itartnmn' new
-The members of the A. M. E. Church
are uegofiating for tho purchase of the
Episcopal Church on Fourteenth street.
The property has beou offered for 3,000,
and a meeting of tho directors of tho A. M.
E. church was held last evening to consider
the matter. Wo did not hear what conclu
sion was-arrived al,
We had a call last evening from a Mr.
Bonjamiu Applegate, fwho desired Tub
Bulletin to call the attention of tho pub
lie to the bad management of the fund
contributed for the relief of the Mound
City sufferers, by the parties w ho have the
distribution of it. He claims that lie was a
great sufferer having lost everything was
iu need, and received hut $1.00 in the
way of relief. Ho was ready to make affi
davit to substantiate his statement.
We clip tho following from mi ex
change: "On Thanksgiving Day we pray
for the many blessings we have received
and the still more that we wish to receive;
wo pray for the poor and the unfortunate;
we pray tor the cleanliness ot heart ; we pray
for the glory of thecouuiry ; we pray tor the
President; we pray for righteousness; ljy
this time, being pretty well worked up in
prayer, we can pray on any given subject;
indeed, we might even go so far as to prey
on a chicken or a couple of turkeys."
Four saloon keepers were notified
yesterday to appear before Squire Comings
Saturday next and answer to a charge of
violating the Sunday liquor law. We had
thought that our officials had "let up' on
the liquor men, but it seems that they were
only taking a breathing spell, and then
hop upon them with a vengence and a
greedy desire for spoils. Let the Council
wake up and take action on those petitious
and resolutions now sleeping in the hands
of the ordinance committee.
At the hour of ten o'clock last evening
we started out for a ramble down Washing
ton avenue-' in search of an item- something
fresh and something newsy. 'e had pro
ceeded but a block from our office, when
we met officers Hogan and Dunekcr escort
ing Sarah Williams, a white and hooy
creature to the city j.iil. Sarah
is a veteran at the bar the
bar of justice, and tint bar of
the drain shop; she might be considered a
steady boarder at the city jail, for she is no
sooner out thau she is in agaiu. Yester
day afternoon the city jailor turned her
loose, after a long term, that she might re
turn thanks to her God and creator for
having preserved xher and permitted
her to live so long in her sin
and iniquity. The jailor, with all
the softness and tenderness of his noble
heart, gave her a good and Christian ad
vice, but she heeded it not. She sought
her old haunts and practiced her old vice;?,
and the officers found her in the lower end
of the city last night, as drunk and boister
ous as ever, and took her in.
THAT HIGHWAY ROB15EKY.
The robbing of Col. James Johnson
Tuesday evening, an account of which was
published iu The Bcli.f.i in of yesterday
morning, was the principal topic of con
versation on our streets yesterday. The af
faif was ot such a Itold and unusual charac
ter that our detectives are at a losstodis
co.cra trail at present that will lead to the
capture ot the perpetrators of the crime.
Officers Sheehan unt Hogan re exerting
themselves in working up the case, and it
is to be- hoped they will eventually bring
the guilty parties to justice and put a stop
to their professional career, at least for a
time, as all cncnnistances connected with
the affair go to show that whoever the rob
bers may be, they were not novices iu their
POLICE COURT 1TK.MS.
- Win. Sterner, for peddling without
license, was pulled before Squire Robinson
yesterday and find $10.00 and cost.
, Squire Osborn heard two civil cases yes
terday, viz: John Smith vs. James Ilaglin
and J. S. McGuhey vs. John Davis. Judg
ment was euterud for plaintiff in both
Win. Ilinkle is a white man and In
got on a big spree yesterday, for which he
was taxed the usual sum of V'.I'O and per
quisites. Ho wus dead broke as well as dead
di'liuk nnd went to the city jail for a term
of ten days.
Yesterday was a bad day for the I. C,
R. R. Co., as the agent was culled upon to
unswer charges against that com puny for
allowing their cars to stand on Levee street
contrary to the ordinances. A fine of
and cost was entered iu three of the cuses
by Squire Robinson and u similar entree
was made In the fourth case by Squire
Louise Steel, u dusky maiden with a
dirly tongue tltat can wag the live long day
without tiring, wus charged in Squire Oh
Ijorn's office yesterday with abusing and
profuning tho character of a copper-huod
sister. Tho modest, moral and God-fearing
6quirc listened to the evidence pro and con
with a patience worthy of u Job, uud then
taxed the immoral Louise $.1 and the trail
ing in lieu of which hIio wus escorted by
Constable Wooten to the tender keepings
of the city jailer.
10,000 FEATHER BEDS
Wanted to renovate, nt tho leather foundry
of Reld nnd Fatherly in Mrs. Byrnes' buildj
lug, near St. Patrick's' church. Feathers
cleansed by steam, washing, drying and
bleaching done In tho sumo cylinder. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Price for singlo bed
$1.30. Call early, our stay will be short,
(ilMlLnplrs for fltnimr
;miu il l? fU'iutmi a pm) omi m Miuw.r
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Fancy Rack Unlined
ii II MU. If!iiri
My Stock of Overcoats f hanired mw-o mIiw-o
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IlllUinil l III INI III! Ill IP KOOI1S. I hi tint
; ' l" "" vosiuun.
eeilt IK lmieli inlmi ia
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t Ih-iii uiii-iisy,
V. u V . ,,au,a1? h,,PM MyiM. and u Tremendously larse As
tent to Select from. Mine are Prices that hurt Cheap Tailors, and maki
A L-'ine Hiborlim Ulatci-.... ijjt 0.5l
A I'in. C liiuciHit Ovcrcoitt 0.30
A I-'nncy Jlat-U It.iyiil ITUUm- IVi.SO
A Xnbbj- Hc-otuh Suit 13.no
Full Line of STYLISH FURNISHING GOODS and
ri olin'B. Stetson's Hats
On Hand. Give mo a Call, and I will hu
i ' 1 mmy 10 11 WUI
A. MARX, CLOTHIER,'
(51 Ohio Loveo.
Mu. Eiutoh: - I think the printer made
a mistake in mv article, or else I left out a
word myself. I either said or intended to
say, that am. of the children under twelve
years of age, are not cut dowu to three
hours a day, etc. The word not, was omit
ted, making quite a difference in the sense,
as you will perceive. If am, were treated
alike, it would not seem quite so bad.
More anon. A. Pnori.sr.
A MixisTKit relates his experience thus :
I take pleasure in adding to your many
testimonials, that last Thursday (Thanks
giving Day), not ln-ing able to preach on
account of Rheumatic pains in the shoulder,
I bought a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil, which,
after using several timet, relieved me won
derfully. Dr. 15. Pica, Rochester. New
There-are all kinds of luck. Good luck,
bud luck and indifferent luck. IVr.-ous
never or if ever hardly ever, have more
tljan mo kind of luck at the same time.
One or luoreof our ciii.ens have recently
been made aware of the fact, that for the
want of one kind of luck, that they became
victims of another kind, much to their eha
fiin, which left them with sore hemes and
skinned shins. The chirographcr hereof, but
a lew days since, met an old and esteemed
citizen, who hud a short time previous, U-cn
hurled from tho center of gravity with rude
and precipitous force, heaHc, fomooth,
whilst perambulating our sidewalks after
the shades of night had fallen Umii the
city, he put his foot down where there was
no place for its -upport hence his loot kept
going and he kept follow ing his foot, till it
came in contact with mother earth, ami ho
himself came in contact with t-evernPlhings
that greeted him with anything but a moth
erly, fatherly, brotherly or sisterly salute.
That citizen always was, is. and always vill
be. a hero but he swore like Nero, when he
limped along and told me that ii' the blesvid
e'ity had been properly lighted up (as it
should have been l he never would have been
so unlucky as to have put bis f.jot, much
less to have followed it, into a hole a mis
erable hole with such a heterogeneous lxit
tom that variety itself could hardly claim
it as lu-r own ! We admired his indigna
tion, sympathized with his bruised condi
tion ami crippled locomotion, ami kindly
asked him if ho hud put himself under u
chiturgeon whereupon he sighed, and then
consigned the whole fraternity to the hor
rid torrid billows of that lake, the rise or
outlet of which he has not yet discovered.
After this volley we walked a few steps in
silence, pressed eah other's bands, gave a
silent nod and parted. He hobbled off to
ward home, and your humble chronicaler
turned his face to the declining sun, and
gave himself up to the follow ing interroga
tory reflections. Docs falling into a hole
after night, when a man is compelled to go
abroad upon duty, for the waul of light
justify u man in using profane lunguage?
After weighing the arguments pro ami con,
we arrived at this qualified conclusion. Tf
a mini is strictly honest, and naturally gen
erous, we do not sac. how he could conscien
tiously get round using u few vigorous and
healthy expletives. We, ourselves who, are
not addicted to profanity, could not help
Idling off a few curiously arranged phrases,
out of mere sympathy for our lriend, when
we saw him limping away upon his bruised
limbs. Would it not be well ' for our city
fathers to make us nil happy by utilizing
the gas niins of the city, and hereulter give
us the so much- needed light? Burglars,
thieves und cut-lhroats would flee away from
tho lighted streets, and honest people could
see how to perform their business duties
with comfort and pleasure. Vox.
A Hitioirr and bountiful child shows in
its very expression that its Babyhood was
not associated with Opium, cordials, etc.
for the continued use of Opium is antagon
istic to health. That valuable and highly
recommended remedy lor the disorders of
Babyhood, Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is abso
lutely free from Morphia and all other dan
gerous agents, and can bo snfely'emplovffd
nt all times. Price 23 cents.
ki rv it in.: irvr rvrn nrmvkifru
- Wk, Ul.ll'jl Ul I'l ULUZl
Ulsters and Fancy Rack"
rim tr.il, .r ,...(. i,,iUh T7.l 111...... A
fliiiiL' ..!. ..,!nn. !... .I ,
I' - - ,1IIUU 1IIU 1 lltlT 1
oru ) can give you w t Inn !Ju to 4f net
Happy to Show You tliroutrli. and eve., ic
lmt J 0,1 ",nv ni,I I can sell you when
WiNTKit is Ui-ox i and every person
must be supplied with good boots or shoes.
The place to buy them is at C. Koch's shoe
store, No. 90, Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, where you will al-
on-1 1 ou ih'mw rr. iiuis and Cincin
nati hand-made boots and t-hoes ou hand
and sold very low. The public will find it
to their interest to call and examine prices
and goods before purchasing elsewhen-.
Also, always on hand a complete stoi-k .f
leather and findings.
LADIES AND CHILDREN''
I'nderwear iu great variety, at the very
lowest prices, at J. Burgei's, Commercial
avenue, between Seventh and Eighth streets
' THIS WEEK
We will offer 100 pieces fauton flannel,
at tile extreme lnu- uv'u;. i.T .-,.., nn, ,
J - ,-..vv v. f-i.iu nuiS 'l.l
; yard. .1 itri.r
! Commercial avenue between Seventh an !
Eighth stret ts.
OVSTEIiS IN ANY STYLE.
Harry Walker has just received a lar-
ass...! tment of Fresh Oysters, and will serve
u u, iii uji iii nuy styie. i oil can gD aud get
I tliflii ant- u',1.. .1...... in .
". -j nam iijciii. ioecjtr
counter is under the management of
GREAT HA RG A INS
In childrens' knitted wear.
WHERE WILL I GO.
To ret a irood tmir nt' IWit.i fiP Sriati f-M 1.1,-1
C -? i " ' w 'i inn7 ill j'lv
to order, from the very In-st material Got
to u. Jones, Commercial avenue, Athcnt ur r
building. Workmanship and satisfaction
guaranteed. No fit, no pay. Prices to suit
P1G S-FEKT. SPARE-RIBS, ETC.
At the packing house of Hinkle Jc Moore,
j on ..Commercial avenue, pig's feet, spare
I ribs, Luck bones, and other trimmings i:t
large oi small quantities are for sale at very
j low price?. New lar for family use, it:
I vites special attentioii.
I . EXAMINE OCR "
! Elegant lines of gimps and fringes, at ex
ceedinuly low prices. J. Bntoti:.
j 124 Commercial avenue.
' A NEW SCHEME.
A line silver tet set will be drawu for m
Ticheman's billiard parlors on Christina,
e ve. Every person paying for a game of"
billiards will receive a ticke t entitling him
to a chance in the drawing. Tickets can
not be obtained in any other wav.
Cashmeres, alpaca. Henrietta crapes, an I
every either make in large and varied quau-
't',s- J. Bi neiKit, ,
Oi.dtimk 1-iticKs nt the barber shop of
J. George Steiiihouse, on Eighth street, near
Alexander County Bank. Goeul barbers,
easy chairs, sharp razors, clean towels, etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut 23 cents, shampoo
'J3 cents, and other work proportionally low
Remember the place.
The Cki.kiiiiatku Soi.au tipped shoes,
lor childreu,to bo had, at Black's only.
ALL A I) V K ltT 1 8 K M K NTS In this eolunin. of
live linen ucri or I"bb will lie iiulillHhi'd fori.',
cent Rvorr luM-rtlonil month. I.Mfjs montlia with
out rlmniie, l.()0 nor month. Knell aildltlonul
Hue. ftciuitK. Situation wantvu free,
Cheiii Inr cMNh-uiMvi!ii oclavfl tilnno, rover
mill Mool; In ko.hI order. A. A. 1IAKKKLL.
TO KENT. ,
To wntlimien, or Knt.liimau nnd wife, without'"
;li I If I rt-u . oho larRo aonond atory front room,
liiiulKlicd or tinruiiilalii-d, In nrlvato family mm
IIhi Ctinnni HouHf. Addrena a. It, t'.. Box 7M,
('alio, I limits.
I'liio Hteul tnirravlnna, for aalo. Cannot !o
Itoiiulit of tho uuliliidiora for lima than $l&.00uark.
Will lie cold lnnly lor $10.00 each, nr Tho four for
$kl.00. Kmiulw at Tub Uullktin bludory.
OwNKRa anil purchaser of Real Rotate) In t'aln
aliould be auro they havo a (joodtltlo. I am uour
pn-arud lo I'urnlHlia.liatracta nt roaaonahle ratiw
Office In Court Howe.
a , r 'OK BALK.
AaerloaofNo.Deiothlo eiapa and lower raws
partly worn, but aultahla for poateror proirramu
work. eonalatlnKor brnvlor, lon prlmor. pica, area '
tirlnu-r, oursoii and dnublo etiirllun lottera and ,
niftirea Ml and complete, without tac aad !