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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN." TiiUltSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 187t.
n ii. marean, si. n.,
Homeopathic Physician and Siu jeon.
mrt 1 til C. ainerclal lev -Bite... lleildonc corner
v ,(fTliiutti St. dud Wtu-litaeton avenue, Cairo,
R. E. W. WHITLOCK",
OvncB No- 5 Commercial Avonnc, between
KUhia aud Main htreci
j)U. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFi'K E-Eliht Street, tieirCorr.erc!a! Avenue.
Rotary Public ami Conveyaucer.
OFFICE :-With the Willow' and CKirpuao' Ma
nJ Aid Society.
J ISEGAR i LAN'S DEN,
ICT1CE No. 113 Commercial Aveone.
Oldest Jewelry Hott-e In Southern Illinois.
Tuft Kecvlved ami t'ontuct'.jr Receivtcs at
EU. A. HUDEli'S
Xew JEWELRY STORE
No. 1 1 t Commercial Avoune, uearilth St.
Jl.isriiilifi'iit Dianiondsand Fine Jewelry,
Cameo. Onyx, Coral and Plain Setts,
.Fungs, Necklaces, Chain and
Bond Bracelets. Watches,
Chains. Studs. Sleeve
. de and Quad
' ruple Silver-Plated
V'iii-o, Sterling Silver
ware, Knahe and IVase Pi
unos, Mason & Hamlin Co.. and
Estey Organs, Brass, String and
Heed .Musical Instriinients & Trimmings.
tS""lo not fall to Inject lil Stock before pur--hap-ira:.
Wile irniirautee to pell at New York. St Loiil
or t'hiraso price. No lucc'lty lor vending from
.borne lor fine r.ml cheap plod?.
t-f-Ord.r by Exprepi. and Mall sullc'.Wel tuiel
Fine Jewelry Made to Order.
JT HAS NO EQUAL
3Ioue Cleaning Purposes, for
Washing Clothes, for
the Bath, etc.
;' A.okt. No Liiiic.
?s"t) DiBagrwublo Odor.
No Potash. lavaluriblo.
F.ir Willi,;' C'li';li"p it exctli" cv.'rythliig.
For Cleaning I'aii.t there if notlilug like It.
Ihv Wi-blui: Dl-hm i.i'.d Wimluws It lu excellent.
ln C'l'ttifilij: Ste- i Stoi.e or MarWe) It n.Vif lalior.
' r tLe Datli it Kai the fl.iii mlt and ttl.lle.
5',- C'lutiili: Careti It reinov.- dirt fU!ii..
l'. '. i ml IIi.iim hold C'li 'liilii'll If liiilli'iii'iifalile.'
Will nt It'J in' uny fabric,
1 cold by the AMit"
Also l.y J. II. MKTCALF,
nunrrclal Avenue and Kighth Street,
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
EXTERKD AT THE TOST OKFICR IS CAIIIO, IL
LINOIS. AS PKCONU-CLASS MATTKK.
OFFICIAL TAPER OP ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morniuff Daily in Southern Illinois.
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Time. Bar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel Weather.
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Maximum Temperature, mo ; Minimum Tem
perature, 4S : j Kaiafull, 0 7,1 Inch.
W. II. KAY.
Sori't Signal Corps, l tj. A.
IX AND ABOUND THE CITY.
--Mr. F. D. Rexford, of the Ccntralia
bopse, was registereJ at the St. Charles ho
Our county jail now contains fourteen
prisoners, thirteen of which aru from
Mr. J. It. Farrow, of Bland ville, Kt,
graced our streets yesterday with his
Mr. E. F. Davis, whose several days
absence set an unpleasant rumor afloat, is
again in the city.
Mr. Joe Robarts. Mound City's
lawyer, yesterday took po.-c'siuu of Cairo's
sidewalks by his correal presence.
Col. Kidder, the veteran advance, agent,
is in the city arrangiug fur the coming of
the "Juvenile Pinafore" troupe that will,
open in the atheneum for two nights next
Mr. J. IS. Gest, who is perhaps better
known t our merchant than any other
salesman, is among us. He represents one
of the most substantial and reliable grocery
houses in New York city.
Mr. V. Resli has.toru up the old plunk
walk along his building, on Washington,
near Eighth, and in its stead can now be
seen the more cleanly and substantial walk
Mr. Corlise Terry, Jr., United States
Civil and General Surveyor, was register 1
at the St. Charles yesterday. What a mm
with a title as long as that wants in Ca'.rr,
wc are puzzled to know.
Not made in Cuba nor by the light of
a diamond, hut just as good as if they were
a pure Havana Gller; the 'Faultless" five
cent cigar, sold by F. Korsmeyer, Ohio
levee, corner Sixth street.
Our city expresses did a 'booming busi
ness" yesterday, tUey being constantly
crowded with those, who, in obedience to
the command of the scriptures, would not
"soil their skirts."
Preparations are being made to place
a substantial walk in front of Mr. Dan
Hartman's new building, on the corner of
Ninth nin? Commercial. The building
lias already an imposing appearance mid
when completed will be a credit to Cairo.
We publish on the editorial page, in
this issue, an interesting historical sketch of
Illinois, by Dr. Ii . n Boon, read before
the Jackson County Old Folks' Association.
We have lost the name of the paper from
which we clipped it.
Mr. Will S. Bobbins and wife, after
visiting Chicago, Dubuke, Topeka, Kansas
and other points, returned to this city yes
terday. They will, we believe, fur a sh irt
time, bo the guests of Mr. Robinson, of the
Owing to the fact that cur ex-Ifeaith
officer has of late been frequently bothered
by requests to remove dead cows, dogs,
hogs, rats, etc , be requests that we publish
the '.act to the world that heiinTurth aad
forever, the City Marshal will attend
all four-footed funerals.
God in His mysterious ways oft won
ders ib-.th perform. Who wuit'i have
thought that Mr. Jas. Johnson would !
benefitted by the loss of his gold watch:
lint so it is. lie is now often seen to look
heavenward fur the sun.
Ve.-terilay one of Mr. John Bee..
dngs attacked a hog belonging to one of o;:r
teamstei'f, at the corner of Twentieth street
and Washington i.venue. After a chase
down to Nineteenth street the porker fell
down and delivered up the ghost to its
maker. He was of handsome and at
tractive physical proportions.
A very comfortable and neat barber
shop lias just been opened in the .St. Charles
hotel by h Mr. liright whose, acquaintance
we formed yesterday. Mr. liri; lit formerly
hcldforui in 'loleoti 1 i,I'op county which
p'ace is remarkable fur the fact tiiatthu
Pope County Democrat is published there
and I'.r Irish potatoes mid h.iiid:,ome eh
Orders have been Issued hy Governor
Cullom in uncord, ttice with the law estab
lishing the !;nuth"ni penitentiary at Ches
ter, changing the boundaries of the dis
trict iVom which convicts are to be sent to
that prison. According to the order, all con
victs bum St. Claii, Clinton, Fayette,
EHiinghum, Jaiqv.T and Crawford coimtie.i,
and Iruu all counties in the state, south of
the-.e, will be Rent to Chetter.
--Mr. f '. Vr. Kid.br, the ng ait d' Mm
Juvenile I'iimf.'iv troupe, is in the city mak
ing arrangement.'' for the nj-p- arance i f the
Kune. Mr.' Ki.l.h r is well known iei a iii.M1
who lias brought tothia city many a "sh in "
fur o'.ir peoples' iiiuu-itiiient, and always "I'
I'll! hijh ',t e!i i-r.cV.T. T!i: trotipe, which
he cow represents, 18 undoubtedly a good
one, and will show here Monday and Tues
The nppearauco of Eighth street, be
tween the avenues, is a disgrace to the. city.
This street is an exceedingly narrow one,
but notwithstanding, the merchants and
others persist in piling thereupon cord
wood, chicken coops, boxes, boards, barrels,
etc., anything in tact, to make it still nar
rower and dirtier. This should not bj. The
inhabitants of the street s ioul.1 take pride
enough therein to keep it clean, and if they
do not, the officers should not lie blamed
for using a little compulsion.
- Mr. Thomas Horn, clerk for Goldstine
and Rosenwater, unthinkingly put a pair of
large, pointed scissors in his vest pocket,
instead of his pnuket scissors, aud went
home. The next uiorniug, in putting on
his vest, he struck his wrist violently upon
the point of the scissors, making a deep
gash and severing a vein. The wound was
dressed by Mr. Kriiuth, at Barclay's D;ug
store, and although it will disable Mr.
Horn for about a week, lie will be all right
In conversation with one of our citi
zens m regard to the many bad characters
iu the city, wc were told that some of
our olJicers "stood in" with them. That
there were thieves in Cairo who had prac
ticed their profession here and these men
and their characters were known better
to nobody than the officers themselves.
Tiial they were, undisturbed and without
being ordered to leave the city, permitted
to remain here, aad why? Because, said
he, they shared the plunders of the thieves.
Such talk as this has been poured into our
ears more than once and we have but to
say, that if our informants' talk is founded
on facts, they should specify the facts,
but if only oa belief, they ought to
use their "gift of gab" to some better
Some of our families have a habit of
picking up colored or other boys, and men
too, for that matter, and placing implicit
confidence in them, allow them to do er
rands, giving them the necessary money,
and keep them alKiut the house to perform
little duties, without harboring the least
suspicion against their honesty. To regard
all persons as honest until they art proven
to bo otherwise, is a good, but not always
the safest policy. To this, we know, several
of our ladies will say: amen."
One of our prominent citiz.'ns related to
us a little incideut yesterday and requested
us to give it to the public, that i: might
erve as a warning to other;. lie had been
furnishing a neighbor, across the way, with
milk for some time, delivering the sume to
a colored woman who was sent for it, but
who never paid for it. When u s.-;tl..-tuc:)t
was asked for the neighbor was surprised
and told liitn that the money had been
sent every time. Oi course the woman
claimed to have delivered the money and
thus left a "bone" between the two neiu'u-
ors. This is only another case of 't:,.M-
nig untru.-tv servants.
We stated some time ago that if all re
ports were true.the young man Pillow, who
was raised in Goose Island, had devel. p-.d
into one of the worst desperadoes with
which the people of that or any other por
tion of the country has had to deal. Three
or four years ago,and bef.irc this young man
was of age, his mother, being a widow,
married a young man named Ice. The -on,
indignant at the match, secured a shot gun
and ran Ice otf the premises. At a I .ter
date he shot a young man of the i.eigh
borhond, and his broils aud difnV'dtics,
since then, have been of frequent occur
rence. a a'J'litirsdayin October (we have
forgotten tie: datei, there was a ball in the
vicinity of the Island and Piinnv was one
of th: participants. Heated from' his
t.i ,d.t's debauch, he repaired to the !wu.-e of
old Mr. Hicks and, drawing his revolver,
opened lire upon the old man
and his son. The old man w.is
shot thn ugh the fl i shy part of h' thigh,
while the son received two balls through
his ankle. The llickses firod upon J'.iiluw
in return, but mi.-..d him. Shortly after
tills as.ault, Pillow set out for Missouri
vliT.- be remained quite a while.
Siieriif I lodges and his dcputi'i have,
ever since this last ;.crapo pf Pillow'., kept a
shai-ii look out for him, and Saturday their
efforts to capture him weie crowned with
success !. ud he w.is brought to Cairo mil
ldged in the canity jail. Srl'poenas
to coinpell the presence of thos who wit
nesscd the shooting and know the charac
ter of Pillow Were at once obtained aud
m ;n bearing t hum were sent out in the
country, foiii't going ai far as sixteen miles
thi'iewr.h. The wiln"s,i i cxpecled in
to-day and the hearing i.s set at U o'clock
tiiii afternoon. Squire Oshorn will hear
Wistmu is Cl'oN i s and every pei -on
mint he supplied with good bouts or shoes.
Ti e pluce to buy them b at (.'. Koch's shoe
store, No. !M Couiinercl .1 nvenue, between
Fifth and Sixth strict -..hero you will al
w.yi lind the best ol St. Louis end Cincin
nati hand made boots iiii.l : hoes on hand
and s ild very low. The , nl,n: will lind it
lo their int'-n st to call and (:.i;iine prici
and goods bel'oro pur, Iumh;; cbewhciv,
A I -a i, always mi hand a (en,;,!,;,., 'i.toek of
leatln r and endings.
('a: hineres, alpaca, lh i.ih i;a crapes, and
( very other make in larg. and varie 1 quan
tities. .1. I.'l m i l;,
i , i v. ..,,i.,,;i,'iai aw:.'.!':.
ixcitF.Asn op orit rorn.ATi'jx 11, CM tiiu
I'HKSKXT rOl'lTATIOX VV C.VIKO THE
NEW CITY JMliKCTOllY.
The following is a list of the population
of tlio City of Cairo, as ascertained by
.Messrs. Watson .x Walbridge, through their
White, males ...3,t?ll
' females 3.0S1
Colored, males .1.SS3
" females 2,0011
Total whih-s, 7,793
" popula.iou, ll.CS:
These figures were furnished us yester
day by the above named gentlemen, who
will iu the near futii'e issue a new city
directory for Cairo.
The care and dilligence exercised iiior.h r
to make this the most complete and uccur
rate wank of the kind ever published ia
our city, is indicated in the above report,
which shows a gratifying increase in our
The work will be one of which every
friend of Cairo may be proud, and every
citizen who feels interested in the good rep
utation, the growth and prosperity of the
city ought to, and no doubt w ill, help along
such an enterprise. Every busine.-s
man should possess a copy
of the book, which will be
sold only by subscription. Canvassers will
soon be out. and we do not doubt, that they
will be lib-.-rally patronized.
WHERE WILL I GO.
To get a good pair of Boots or Shoes made
to order, from the very best material! Go
tolt. Jones, Comimrcial avenue, Atheneum
building. Workmanship 'and satisfaction
guaranteed. No lit, no pay. Prices to suit
Last evening, on the arrival of the P.idu
cab packet .las. Fisk. as she landed along
side of the Morgan, the usual ru.-h of pas
sengers to iie the first on shure took place,
among the rest Sig. Antonio Damiano, nn
Italian, who sprang to the deck of the
Morgan before the Fisk had fairly touched.
Ib was holding by the hand at the time :i
youthful companion, who missed his footing
and in an instant was under the whtels of
the Morgan, she having commenced t"
back out. The horror stricken passengers
were unable to render any assistance, as iie
disappeared from sight. The cries of Slg
Damiano were heart-rending. The body
floated down the river until opposite the
Narrow Gauge depot, whcie it was recov
ered by a fisherman. No inqu-st was held.
Tin- Signor's companion was a monkey.
n.VKiKr.CK" a popular nod Lvgrant
perfume. Soid by Barclay Brother-.
THE WAGES OF SIN
AS KAKXED r.Y AM) MKTE'J Oil To VAUuf
MAt.E AS I) KKM.vr.KClUMINAI.S YKs.TEI!I.VY.
Mr. Wm. Bain, aires'.'d ly officer
Wans, w.v taken before S.tu;r Coining
yesterday, on a charge of disorderly con
duct, and discharged.
Officer Sheehai.'s eye catching a
glimpse of Mr. Grant Wilson yesterday,
while he was "cutting his cap-rs," t."k him
in. Squire Comings lined him five and
Costs, but he, not having the i.tce'sary
wherewithal, was jailed.
Mr. E. B. Petiit swore out a warrant
for the arrest of one- Smith, for omittin'g a j
torrent of verbal abu-c "calculate. i to dis- i
turb th'- peace, etc." Mr. Smith wa- tine i j
five dollar- an i costs, which he paid, and
went on his way a tree man. Squire .-born j
did the p--iuading. j
T'e'llias Blown W a- arres'ed for j
running a hand ca.it on tie: sidewalk. I
Squire Robin- in believing that the evi- !
deuce proved a violation of the law. !i:,"i j
the culprit one dollar. Not having tie- j
necc.-a;y chink. Thomas
at Cair .'s stromho!
, for a two day's My.
in.liVl.ll.ll i::iUl':d Wll.l'lin
h, was arrested by officer Wine, y-s-
icroay, i.ir (i soro'-riy cenouei. eeii.iam
had been disorderly both Sunday morning
and ye-terdny morning, and the dignity of
the city being olf-nded ther.-by. Squire
Coinings lim-d him live ,'.', ,rs i.nd c.-t-.
His poi kets bring "iingraeed" ly the nee
es.srry "chinck," th:; Squire kindly ; iiiiitted
him totake uphi. M'sidencL- with the gen
tle Cain for -.even days.
Miss Moilie MaUois strange to r-.:y.
was found to lie an inmate of a lini.-e of
ill repute. S!:e wa r.ii" -! :d then for by
Officer Sheeleri, and, in that a...itleliiau'.s
usual polite manner, he oll'.i' -d himself n
hi't escort to the captain's office, Arriv
ing there the fur sinner convinced Squire
Comings that officer Sh eliaii was giving
him "tally" and wa- hccudingly di-.-charged.
A Mr. Shorty, of c-il-.r, v.-.s arrested
yeati.r.lay on a warrant -woine','1 by M.-.
Gus Botto, for i'i:.'. .v.lln:; m ,;'-y, Mr,
SliorU'. it appears v,as m i,ie cmo, 'V o!
Mr. Gus But to, and. it f.-n
Mr. Botto who i. i.i
his milk from Mr.
i" habit of gelti::g
.'a!t"ii Wriglil, eg ive
Shorty the lie !!') vda i' with to pay for the
lliilk, but ih-'Mid ol' ia, in;;- fe im J;,.j, d
the Mime ai:,l b..ueh! tie- milk mi ci, dit,
This he did for quite a v.i. 11", and llm.hy
Mr. Wri; lit m at iu 1,1
Mr. Re'.'o ' i yi v .
Chi. f La Hue arrc.-ti .
11! for co
lie' i: !'.. i
o; mi il.
d Sleaiy, and
.'il'e C. lliill:,",
Greenbacks for Fancy
Fancy Backs vs. Greenbacks.
I SHOW this Season a Splendid Line of FANCY BACK UXLINED OVERCOATS,
Now till the Bugc;
Fancy Pack Unlined Ulsters and Fancy Pack
My Stock of Overcoat Changed once since the 15th of September. Bad Place to
lind Old rnfashionable Goods. Do not think for one minute that Cheap Tailoring
Houses lealling their Goods Co.-tuiiie Work") can give you within .'lit to 10 per
cent, as much value us
With his New York Broadway shapes and Stvlcs and a Treinendoii.-lv large As
sortuieiit to Select lroiu. Mine are Prices that hurt Cheap Tailors," mid make
.V l-qru HUioriim I'lntor..... s (.,",()
A. l-'iiic C.'hitudll.-i Overt-oat !."( '
A l-'aiu'y U:u-k Koyal I'Imit la.'.. "in
.V Nobby ir-i'oti h Suit lfj.iM
Full Line oi STYLISH FURNISHING GOODS and
John H. Stetson's Hints
On Hand. Give me a Call, and I will be Happy to Show You through, and even if
you are iiotju-t Ready to Buy, it will po-t you how Cheap I can sell you when
yoa are Ready.
A.. MAHX, clothieb,
01 Ohio Levee.
The Colorado, for St. Louis, is due here
The river at noon yest-.-rday was tif'.em
feet above low water mark a rise of two
inches iu twenty-four hours.
The Champion came in at 2 p.m.,
yesterday with a mv Urate trip and de
parted fur Paducah at 0.
From Paducuh. the Fisk anlved on
time yesterday and departed ditto. She i.
a good and safe bout. Mr. Jas. Bi.Lgs is
lu r agent.
TheW. P. Ilaili h.v will
w half to Jay, for New Orleans. She is an
Anchor J.iner ami .ur. Sol. Mlwr
agent at this p..rt.
For Vick-biug. the
-tiaiiu-r City of Helena, will be found at
our wharf t day. he is a sp.-edy and
good craft ge:n.-:,il!y, and is commanded by
For rat'.s on any of the Anchor Line
steam--rs Mr. SoI.Sf.vtr l.r.y be consulted.
He is the agent tor that line an 1 rati -.obtained
from i.im will al.v.vs ! turnd as
low as llieVCi
W.arJ the boat.
Tiie following were the arrivals yc.-ti-r- j
dry: Jim Fisk, Paducah : Champion, IV J
due aii : Ste. Genevieve, Meinj hh; Lilly.
Oh:.. Liv.r; Idlewlld. Kwinille. Jobti N. 1
Maccomb. S. .Tit ii ; Joe Kinney, St. L u;-: ,
Gr.'.no '1'ower, '.'ck-b;u,'. ' j
Th- di partures i f ane r- yesterday !
were as l'"!'.".v-: .Km Fl-!;, IViucr.h ;
Champion. Ivluc.ih: stum No.it. L
vill,-: Sto.G-iicvievc, St. L iui-; Lilly. Ohio i
River: I H.'wiel. Kv.n-vil.e : .I.e K;t::n-y. '
St. L'.u:.-; Jno. W. G..rrctt, New Grleans i
Grand Tower, St. Lmu-. ;
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
Underwear in gre,.t variety, at the very
l"we-t price-, m .!. Be.rgei's. Coiiuuerciai
avenue, between S.-venthand E:gi:th streets.
W.C.AND L. A.
The dav was da-k and tiirea'e nlnr.
and on that account the attendance
at the Liiirary was i:,.t us large u
ast inci ting of the ii"ciati"ii.
The progtaiuuie yc.-tei iay afternoon was
faithfully carried out. Mi-. Wm. Winter
gave, in her o.-nciYd and plc-ing way,
St'-l lal-i's beautiful I'.-.all of the I'l.illi-
; Junes which was hearti.y enc'i. a. O.wng
to the absence ol Mi-,s Smith 1'roi.i the city,
j on a.'eoimt of her father's illi;ie-s for her
I p..pi-r was suli-tit'.it. d a im. -t e-xce'letif ati-.I
i well r ad I'.o.i r 1 v Mrs. O. B. II i;:.n
! ,,,. ,.,,,, uuA ,, , . Mw
I irn.ho?) i. .. ,.f tin. !i...t .'.I'-.r!-
j seicoiiipllshed ladi.-s in Cai;o and ln-r papr
, el. i In r :vat cnal.t. lie: pjogrami.ie I
closed wiih Mrs. Browning'- cvpuisite
j .Moth, r and Poet," given by Mr-. W. P.
Wright, with deep fe" ling and ge nuine
pmbos Mis, Wrigiit's fine voice and
Caleiili S'.lioy i gi -tr.re re ll'lcrs herie ao
mg I, ,-nccc: s ill all instances and paitic.i
larly so in this piece.
THE MOST ELEGANT LINES
of ladles di'lmas cireiil.iis ami chad
Ihu ci'.v, i.t J. BiirgerV.
Don't Be Pia i.tviiP. Many i,rrsi.:;s -ay
"I h;'"n'l ij't the Coiisuniptioii" when
i, l.ed to euiri' their Cotigh with Shiloh's
( 'ei -iiiuptii u Cute, Do ihey not know
that ( oiighs lead to Ci:i-uin'li"ti and
a feiiinly that will e ure Con-ump-t
i 'it will Kitaiuly and suicly cure a
com, h or any lung ur throat (rouble. We
k i"W it will i uie when all niliers fail und
our faith iu it 1 , ,-o pi-siiive that we will
I'll:. 1 ihe J iee paid if V ill I'i cr'lVe po la .
i.t. ) ii. -t tliis a ihir propo.-itio'i. I'i i.'i
!( ' . Mi ets. and Nl.o I per b- : !e, l',,r
leuie Ches', , fl :c'; or .-!.'., u- : ll-'h':.
THIS ',,11 MIC
will :, v If,") , Ca
e, l,U per
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Every department is filled w ith the most
desirable goods, bought Ufre the recent
advance in pricts, and we beg .to assure
our patrons and the public that an oppor
tunity is now oth-red to obtain bargairs
which never will present itself again. Call
and examine my stx k and prices.
I'M Commercial avenue.
A NEW SCHEME.
A tine silver tea set will be drawn f..r at
t ! Ticheman's billiard pr.t'.ors on Chri-tulas
at our!1''1'- Every person pa)i:ig for a game of
f.liar Is will receive a ticket e ntitling him
L her j !" fhancc in the drawing. Ticket- cau
I not be obtainc 1 in nnv other wav.
Oi.i) timi: nucKS at the barber, shop of
.1. George Steinhouse. on Eighth street, near
Alexander County Bank. Good barber.-,
eu-y chairs, sharp razors, clean towels, etc.
Shae 10 cent-, haircut 20 cents, shampoo
'.'" cent, and c the r work proportionally low
Remember the pYacc.
OYSTERS IN ANY STYLE.
Harry Walker has jm-t received a largo
a-sr.r!!nei;t of Fie-h Oyster-, and wilt serve
them up in any style. You can go r.i.d get
tin m any way jou want them. The c yst, r
c ''..ntr-r is under the maiiagi ne.nt of
Elegant lines of gimps and fringes at ex
ceedingly 1"W prices J. Brin. r.n,
I'M Comtaereial avenue.
PIG'S-FEHT. SPARE-RIBS. ETC.
At the packing house of Hlnkle J; Moore,
on Coniiutrcial avenue, pig's feet, spate
rib.-, back hours, and other trimmings in
large or small qnaiititn s are for mle at very
low prices. New bir-e rbr family i:-e, invite.-
In children-' knitted wear.
j Why will you suib r with the Dy-prp-ia
I and liver eompb. int. Ci n-ti; ation. and gen
j ral debility when yoti e:tn ge-t nt our stores
Shiol,'s Sytein Vitalier which we sell en
positive guaranti e to c.'re you. Prie e
Ibcts. and To its. Fi r sale by Barclay
it.!. AIiVtl(TI"KM KNTS ia 'i:l- eeei-i-. t
A live In..-- em li nr. --wel !,e ,i.l,'i-,, 1 i,,r -.'.'i
::: i e rv l:.-'-r 1 u. : 1 iii..i!li. J..V-;:; ':ie.'.;!:- -,v!t!
"at c l::,ii:.-e. -r ii.nl, Hi. K.ieli i.iUS;ti...:.l
III.". ' I'el.ls. -i!-!:iill! Main!, i! Jree,
v.- Imei. on l.".:li str.-. l. 1., i vi . Wi,li lit
:!-..! I tar, nli In .'"u i I'-ei ilil.e:. I.'i!i: r-i:le,.i ,
' t l". Vii:i-i-!it. l'ur I'.-i.V. el ir iq-irv nt t:iv re-i-V
oee on i.i.TUer ol list i.iel Wn'.ii'ii -treets. ' ,
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CI. eg, lur r ih 5 , din' eei, tii-t.-in I'laii". ino r
c.:ea -:..! ; ia e,i,,,l nr.'.- r A. IiAI.I.Kl.I.
'I'" e-.-tit l.-t:, on. or e.'iitl. i.iiin rani wfe. wild. -at
e i.liiln i', mi... Ii, f i i I ctoiv Ireiil nli.i...
raii i-lii 't ur i.i.lin nlflii 'I. In irivnti. laiiiilv in i,.
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Caaii. 1 1 ! ..1 -.
Fan- s I ei 1 i ii::riiviiie-, I'nr Hale, ('ur.iiet I
l.in.,'l I nl' tliu iiiilill-lierf fur Ii'hm tin. n Jl.'.i eciicli.
Will l,c villi i-hiely i'nr fin (mi eaiili, nr the four lor
itf'.i". Knepilre' nt Th K !'( i.i ktin l.lmlery.
"vM:i.iii!il:iirdeiern nf K-al Mtali liiCa'.,
cl.eii'il I'e "lire lln y Inive n e'ni'il tllle. I n::i liow
'lv':.r. il la li.rt.li ii M1 i tract nl mimi'til'!'1 rale
(Illlc" In Court IIoiihi-.
I'e. It SALE.
A - rt nf .',' ioii!ir nips mat lower e-n-1
. I ''y v. ..I ii. In: I i-M i 1 iiHii- lor Ji. icier nr iroeiiiiiliir
v. ',', i"i,si, 1 1 in- ,,f l,n-li r. Iniif n liner, l.ii-n. ere"1
ni li n l', ',','ii neon mid ileiilile I'tielUh li'li.-i uml
iV1"'1 " I-'!' iui'1 e'oiii,!,'!..', wlllinilt ci!ii'.'S Mini
7(1 OHIO LEVEE.
'oi!!i! nr ili.-i I"' riC'is'iri M la-lier e::in.i'il In i.lr.
.Mill; I'leliviri .1 lu lee 11 ilr;,
SEA.LKD IN I'lXTPOTTLKS.
Tryli nial i'"e ler yoar.-i '.vi.'i".
il) PINT Th IvETS ONE DOLLAR I
Ca-'.l ell iK IlVery nl llcl.etn.