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THE DAILY CAIRO 15ULLETLV: THURSDAY MOKNINH; DECEMBER 11, 170.
' Tin-noted Wciern
11 E A I) li 1
Will give Keadlu; al tlic
Thursday XijjhtJhv. U
Her Seoctioim mill he from .hakiea-e ami other
Dramatic u(litrr. also from llumoroua vv ruuu.".
la M!inuri auil Kausaa MI- Hafl'uey tin
obtained a high refutation u a Header, in fait is
upon n ol nv me pre a unnr'w i "!'
tui: to her 'farmer bonic, her uuuirrou I'ricuds
winb ah" nut receive a welcome fitch a her rare
..-f.imiCl.hn.i.nl. uml Ulieu lls.leil advancement
merit A a rvprcaatlve of l'aln. the home of
tr childhood. he tin" reflected inucU credit upon
r citT and it choolf, aud it i hoped be
receive', manifestation of appreciation tu corrcs
Un Sale al Hartmau ami t oil wau'
Door open at T o ctets. lfesdiii:.' commence at
M . . .
0Mi'f Jewelry House In Southern Illinois.
iZtalilis!ied ill KIHI.
Jut K-ictV'-d aud l'otitautl Reiming at
Kl. A. BU1KKS
No. I'M IVnmcrcia'. Avsnue, Bear nth t.
Muffiiirirt'iit Diamonds ami Fine Jew dry.
Cameo, Onvx, Coral and Plain Setts.
JR In NoeUaees, Chain antl
Bond Bracelets "Watches.
Chain, Stiuls Slow
liolil Tens, Set h
ile aud CUmd
are, Sterling Silver
ware, Knalie, ami lViie l'i
ano. Mason 4 Hamlin Co., and
Estey Organs. Bras. String nnd
Reed Musical Instruments & Trimmings.
lT"iKi not fail to lDpcct Ufa Mi li lirfo:.- jn:r
Oiai'iui;. llle guarantcea to ae'l at Sow Yotk. Si .mil
or Chicago pike. No neoemily for l uili'i from
home for fine nnd cheap koiaIs.
lr-Order ljr Expre and Mail solicited aud
Fine .Teweliv .Made to Older.
T HAS NO EQUAL
House Cleaninu: Purposes., fop
Washing clothes, for
the Rath, etc.
TNo Ai'iit. Xn I. i tin-.
No I )iMtfitf;ljli Odor,
No 1'otitsh. litvulutiUW
COALI X K
For Washing Clofirt it excel ewrythiu.1.
V'or t'.i auiu? I'aiut there i nothiuj; like it.
Vor Valiiui; Jihe aud Window it i exulliut.
I'or Cli'anitisSti'pii!',one or Ma-h'.ei it ave. ia.or.
CO A L I N K
i'or tae Bstli it letvo tlic kin -oft a:nl liite.
Kur (.'Icanluj t.ar;et it 1!1 romove dirt jin-.
or (it ueral !lituennld I ieanln. It 1 nnli.eii.iiile.
Will nt injure aiij r:il.r!e.
COA L I X l(
l o!d l) h- A'en!
Also by J. II. MKTCALF.
Cairo, 111.. IHi imhImt t. lsr,. I
Mar. Tber. Hum Wind. Vl Weather.
a m m m ic Threai'-
7 V iV.Jt ial m SV 10 do
It " SH.W .VI 7 MV l'i flotnlv
Jpm . M n NW 11 Knlr
Maximum TvniMiraliire. w s " l Ui i ui u 01 'IVm
f.rrature, ,VI 5 ; Kalatall, 0 ui Hah.
, c, W. II. HAY.
Bern t Signal OitriK. V.
"CM'AUUJI, TUK ( AL'SE AM I RLV
. A Pamphlet liy Dr. ( i.rt Piiatt, "d su Male
Ml.. Cliliap). Or. I'ratl It the Aullior of the uenv
Treatment fur (V.artli, nut In tlila new l'rrntlt l
n-vea'ed the are ret uf bia auereia In tlie treatment
4iS a dlii'e, In w bu ll hi baa ijlvou the atudy of a
Vie till',' VaiupuUt KM oureci4t tl'.V Utamp.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
HM'Kl'.KH AT THi: IVT OI'KICK IX I'AlllO, IL
LINOIS, As .1.CON1VC.As) MAITL'K.
oli'kUL PAPER OK AIJKXANDEU lUl'STY.
Only Yloriiiii Daily in Southeru Illinois.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
KomemUr tliat tlie 'otiai'. Clnis
thu Ti'inporam ol'tiioti meets in the Hvt'orm
hall tliis aftenuxui.
Court i iusium, but no lu.'aio of
interest ha so tar Urti tr;iti;icteJ, the I ui
nt all In itio; it' a chancery character.
It may Le new to some of our readers
to U imonueJ that Miles' Juvenile
Pinafore troupe was composed entirely of
The "Faultless" is the host five cent
cu;ar ever offered iu this market. Sold lv
F. Korsmeyer, wholesale tobacconist. Ohio
Levee, corner sixth street.
Mr. Tony C'ella has jjiveu his saloon on
Commercial, near the corner of Fiirhtet uth.
a ilrvsMUg, or rattier a new coat ot paiut.
thereby greatly improving its appeanuee.
--The amount of spare ribs, hoys heads,
liack Ikuh's. etc sold Uy the pork houe
on Commercial is realiy wouderful, and is
having it e:fect on the daily sales of our
The German Luthtrn church will have.
in accordance with its cutoin. and for the
enjoyment of the little folks, and the
pleasure of the big ones, a Chri-tiua tree
ou Christinas eve.
Miles' Juvenile P'mfore troupe left
this ciy for Jackson, Tenn. The small
houses which greeted the troupe hen1 are
more to be attributed to the Jadnes of t!ie
wettther than to any other cause.
The storm wLieh passed over our city
yesterday morning was une of much
"vitality,'' and brought with it another
shower of rain. For all of which, mir
water hauling negroes are not thankful.
The sidewalk on Conuuercial. in ft out
of Sipuire Osborn's office needs atteution.
The street there bein higher than the side
walk, the rain has washed quite a good
ileal of dirt Upon it and besides this, it is
in need of repair.
--The following Anchor Line steamers,
for which Mr. Sol. Silver is aseuijer ayent
will be at our wharf to-day and leave a j
below: Bell Memphis, Memphis; City of
Alton. .New ur.eans; tannic Lewis. t
Louis: B. II. Cook. Evamville.
-Arrangements are now wing ma.ie by
the advance agent of the Baily Dramatic
company, for the appearance of that com
pany in this city on the 1-lth and ltli of
this mouth. The company, we here from
those who pretend to know, is a goT one.
New song luniks for the Methodist Stiu
day school have just been received by the
teachers, and. we believe, will be introduced
uext Sunday. This church has of late ac
quired a "goaheadativeiiess" that is refresh
ing to see. Some commendable change is
constantly being made.
The Alton Daily Democrat came to us
yesterday, materially enlarged ami prom
ises to come firth in au entirely new dress
ou new year's day. We are pleased to hear
of the Democrat'. prosperity and can sin
cerely say that it desctves the eiicouriiL'e
mt ut which the citizen of Alton ar..- ap
pareetly extending it.
(Juite s force f negroes are at work
in Missouri, opposite ot Cairo cuttit g wo,!.
The cutting is U-ing done under the man
agement of some S:. Louis man, we believe,
and some very valuable walnut wood has i
been found there which wiil doubtie.s j iH'fore last, praying that our streets be lit.
prove a "bonanza" to somelxh.iy. We hear j contained name. Most all of the siu
that Mr. Clark's land, across the river is ers are business m -n and heavy taxtuvr
also being cleared of valuable walnut.
All the attachments on Mr. Geo. ',.
Wicherfs stock of tobacco were v.-sterday j
released amllie has again opened hi estab-) the proper committee, which will report
lisliment on the corner of Fourteenth and i thereon next Tuesday night, and we i
Washington. The supposition, it hpp-ar,, hope the n-jwrt will be favorable. Tin.
that Mr. W. was financially eiutiaracd. ! city formerly paid f loo to fJ.Vi p.-r montli
was mi erroneous one and he cpree a tor havnig the street lit. bin we have go.,.
determination to bring thosu men t,, gti t'jreiison to Udieve that the gas couijkh v
who were instrumental in creating ir. J will now furnish tin- same amount of ga
Mr. W. L. Bristol, we are informed is !iU, of tie-same finality for f. '00 per montli.
rigging up unite an attractive team for the Mr. Dan llartman. wv understand, will put
amusement of his little son. The team is J in a bid for lighting our streets with oil.
composed of two beauties in tin- shape oft
goats, neatlv harnessed nnd hitched to
attractive little wagon. The goal have
Urn thoroughly trained and when once
gotten into "running order." w ill dontttless
be source of much amusement to the
young driver and neighlioriiig children.
An exchange say; "It is a well known
tact that the heated nir rises to the ceilim.'.
nn.t that 1 the reason wliy large room take
.... 1. II.. I II.. ... I
i'oi.s o, iieviMii-- iiiMioi. i rapuuv wav-
ing a towel up and down over the room,
the strata of hot air is quickly commingled
with the cold air below, mil your room is
wanned nicely in one-fourth the Usual
Ouite mi effort i being made by Chi
cago, and with a good prospect yf success,
to get the next National lie publican Con
vention. Tho ExHwition building will k'
secured, turnished with 50,000 chair, tele.
giHph office, and other nereMnry conveni
ence", und will bo tendered free, the 'rail
roads will give half fare rates, and hotel
will make provisions to accommodate every
one who comes.
- One of our mereliants ha left the city
for a few days and w ill return with a rib.
In other words, lie will get manic I --it
least wj rumor lias it. For fear this rumor
may be unfounded, we withhold his name
and even the name of the place to w hich
he has gone. Experience has taught us to
be exceedingly cautious about these ''little
things" of late.
In all probability Col. W. II. Bro n, of
Metropolis, will be uppoiiitc.il supervisor of
the census for the Eighth district of Illi
nois, but since the pay is only f.100, some
of his friends entertain serious doubts, as
to w hether the Colonel w ill accept the ap
Hintment or not. Put yourselves at ea.-e.
irentleuu n, we give you our word ( and it is
always good) that the Colonel will uccept.
ami a good officer he will make, too,
A sidewalk of plank, bricks, cinders
anything would be very desirable on
Washington near the corner of Sixth, in
front of the Sproat building. Those of our
citizens w ho meander by that buildim.' oil
these dark nights, invariably slip or step off
the few planks laid alony there and land in
the mud.' '"This," we were told by a man
who is in the habit of taking that side of
the walk to reach his home, "will the
causeof cooking many a man's gooe for a
seat ou the right hand side of God."
A few uight. ago, Capt. McKinuey.
while coining up the Levee from the Me
Comb, with lantern in hand, spied two mis-
picioiM looking negroes on the Levee, near
the corner of Eighteenth. As the Captain
came nearer the fellows attempted to hide,
but he running upou them, they each drop
ped a gunny sack, tilled w ith something,
and took to their heels. The Captain had
the sacks conveyed almard his boat uml on
opening the bags, they were found to con
tain twenty-nine wheat sacks, with llalli
day Bros, stamp. They had been stolen
from the mill and were returned the next
A colored preacher, who live 'four
miles up the Missississippi river yesterday
purchased eight dollar's worth of -".iMs !
from Messrs. wnlioda & Schultzc, and
started on his way home. When he had
gone about three miles he looked arouud
in his wagon and noticed that the ln-d w.is
empty. He at once started back, looking
carefully along the road, to see if he had
lost them, but he did not rind them again.
The presumption is. That, either he lost ;
them and some one found them before he j PERSONAL,
came back. or. they were stolen from tiis Mr. 11. D. Davidson, the advance ag- nt
wagon while dreaming of his heavenly , for Cnas. T. Bailey's Dramatic company i
home. j in the city and registered at the St. Charles.
Accordiug to law am. river men are I --Mis IMle GarTm v, who will "ive dn
taxed forty cents per mouth for the. main-i
tetiauce of marine hospitals and there is we
think an iniustiee in this that iM,f in
wiue way be remedied. Four river men
were yestcMay a.imiuen to tlie liospna;.
And since September on an average of one i
iun a day has been admitted. It is a thing
of great rarity that an engineer, mate, or
pilot seeks relief in the hospitals, and when
we consider that each and every one of
these are under the law compelled to nav !
, , , . . ,
their monthly dues tor the maintenance ot :
kspitals,as'wellasthe rousters, the iujus. !
rice of the law at once appears. ' j
-The Hibernian tire company has pcti-
tinned the council, asking that' the space J
between the south side of said company ', !
engine house and the sidewalks on the
north side of Thirteenth street be tilled. i ;
that the wall of the engine house will be pro-
tected from standing water. At every rain i
fall the water gathers at the foundation of !
the building which in a short tune willc;
it to settle and thus materially iniure the '
building. To comply with the petition of' Arlington house, yesterday aftei noon accept
the company will le a very insigniflcant ' '' 1 t"" u as clerk in the Illinois Central
matter for the city and.iu time, quite a sav-' railroad officii. He-is -swift with the per:"
ing to the company. The. matter i wort.iy :,d will doubtb- be a valuibh.- addition
of immediate attention. ; to 'hat office.
The petition sent to the ronnci
whose wish as expressed in the petition is
entitled to respectful consideration from
thecouncil. The petition was refeircd to
--While on tin- cottier of Sixth street
and Ohio L'-vee yesterday, we heard a
Strang r it. .,ur o.u.e,, ,ne uino
tion to the Cairo A: Vincuniies freiirht depot.
M:,ru" ",r lM,; I":ut wwi'.' "
erable pretene of a building arose before
our mind's eye, the ragged canvas which is
tacked to the building, the broken door
window, the weather Ixuids here and
; ,im. tlirtl ,vnm '( aii Wethougl,t what must
be that stranger's tcc!ing on the fust sight
of it. It mut have been one of supreme
disgust. The building i one the com
pany should Im' ashamed ol. It is inferior
to our negro barracks ami even if it btood
mitside of our levee unioiig the slaughter
houses, it would still be a disgrace to the
Wc copy the following complimentary
notice of tho Baily Combination Dramatic
Company, billed to Appear in the Atheneum
next Monday and Tuesday evening, from
the columns of a Cape llirardeau paper:
" 'Boscdale' was the attraction und , large
audience w itnessed the rendition of it. Tin.1
play is a good ono and w us' wefi rendered.
Tho troupe is fur superior to the ordinary
traveling theatrical companies. Mis., Ma
bel Norton as "ltima Leigh,' plavd the
wealthy widow to perfection, showing that
she thoroughly understands tho art of pleas
ing; as 'Elliot Gray,' Ini It. Warwick was
n decided Httccess," as 'Miles McKenna,' J.
H. Hogauwas immense; nnd as "Lord
Arthur May," little Lotta Ilugan, (a wee
mite of a child, only about six year old,)
won storms of applause. Many of our cit
izens who diil not w itness the performance
on Sunday evening have expressed a wih
to see 'Bosedale,' and as the troupe hits
gone to Jackson and will return hereto
take a boat for Cairo, it is hoped that the
manager will repeat the play on Friday
evening, 'ltosedale' is the best piny ever
put upon our stage, and should it lo re
peated on Friday evining, and the weather
proves favorable, there will be a largo
An exchange-says of M iss Belle Garl'uey,
who reads at the Atheneum to night. "A
graceful figure, combined with that rich,
aried and musical tone of voice so charac
teristic of the (.Yit u most perfect Com
mand of the same an excellent memory
and demeanor of calm composure upon the
stage, are, indeed, qualities of no little
value; but what shall we say that, so
eagerly sought after yet so difficult to attain
to, that power, if we may so speak, of en
tering into the very teeling and spirit of
the subject, whether grave or gay, emo
tional or bereft of emotion, which Mis
GatVuey possesses iu such a remarkable de
gree. It is the criterion of true, native
elocution. At her hand, lloey's "Asleep at
the Switch," is invested with a reality ami
feeling at once painful and captivating.
Distinctly we hear the upprochof the train,
as the intonation id her voice plainly indi
cates, now its ditance, now its nearness,
and the prolonged whirr us it cuts in twain
the morning air. is clearly audible, so ad
mirable is the rendition. Vividly por
trayed, stands the "man at the switch,"
tugging "with might aud main" iu his at
tempt tit avt tho impending disaster.
The shock, t!e crash, the couluion, the
cries of mingled pain and death itself -thought
of Keif -destruction, his emotion
Upon finding the dead Udy of his wife
all, all is so vividly portrayed ln-fore our
eyes by the recitation of the artist that we
feel it sensibly; we realize fc win n the
whole terminates with the expression -'hat
awful ivght mure." and we are ourselves
again. We have never seen it bettered. It
has to be heard to be appreciated."
matic readings at the itheneum to-ni"ht.
is at the Arlington and will receive calls.
Mrs. JiLies Craig of Metropolis, and
.ier no ice.
M:ss l.7.i.' (toidenbirg ot
Vl.Vay. Iwdiani.are in th eify.vMTirig Mi?,
( . w'. Henderson '
The deat inutp. Th"mas Hoggarth
left by the Illinois (Yntril yesterday for
Chicago, with thu intention of orvrani'tUL'
HI t . I f I'ltV '1 tl-illlh.i o.im.Y ..-.,1 ..
-1:tts!'i:r' Ci,arley-we r."v.r l.tatd
t,,Jt nume ' to get licked
Wf ari n'V,My in,'l'r"''- a lend
L'hixrly ,,ie lom (" ; "'ucealed weapon"
,he Kva'ioM Md V'W"
Capt. Williams has developed into a
full-fledged butcher. He is dispensing
-"T;ire ritl a' 'he pork house with a grace
;,,"1 politeness tint is rarely met with by
one in hi "profession."
Mr. Tho. Winter, who tor several
weeks past lusb-'cn the ae-tiiiLi chuk of the
Mr. A. II. Hail, traveling silcsimn
ior ui ureal .""t. i.otus groi ery not:.o ol 1
Alkine In., is in the city, orTeruig our j
retail m "reliant extra imlucetr.ent in the j
grocery line. Helms visited this city in i
hi trav l. for the l ist ten year and i, well
kn"w'n tu ''uit'' (t' our ,'':ll,'rs
o e were yesteniay inioruieii oy one i
of Mr. Tom Morgan' intimate friends that
Mr. Morgan had obtained permanent em
ployment in ( lunha. This being the case,
it i probable that his many (V.ro friends
will not be offered an opportunity to gaze
upon Ins genial countenance fur some
time to come.
VltOsOKS, I.KVIONS, MAI.A: lil'.At'f s, ( H OA
Ml, Oil I I AM) Mil II III AN l IOl.lt.
I am in constant receipt of choice
Louisiana oranges by the barrel and Ux.
i,m,m ,v xUl, Un Cocanut Dy th- loo,
barrel, and hogshead. Mnlaga Orut.es by
the barrel and keg. Ohio and Michigan
cider by the barrel. I invito especial at
tention to my cider made from pure apple
juice, free from all chemical ingredient?,
and rlrt-ela. My Ohio cider is strictly
tine, the manufacturer having a world-wide
reputation for making a choice pure article.
Its extellenee in flavor, its purity in
manufacture, its general worth
nnd qualities us a beverage compels cou
noisseur to admit of no superior to it, and
i an honorable competitor to our American
champagne. To arrive December Mth, 5t)
barrels, and 2" boxes Coast selected choice
Louisiana oranges for Christmas.
S. E. Wilson,
No. ') Ohio Levee, Cairo, His.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW Y BAR'S
What would be a more appropriate gift
to n friend than a photograph from Win
ter's Uullory. Only a few otderscim be
tilled, so come early.
A. Merry Xmas.
Little early perhaps, but you know I am always AHEAD of
otliers in Kvervthiiitr. It's just so with M)
LQWEIJ T I I AN T1IK LOWKST.
A yootl ht'tivy Shift :ml 1 )fav-r. .7 Of a suit.
A lino M(iin " l.t)
A tiiuM'tnl llnuiit'l " '.'.."(J
Vinv Caslunri'o wool, olive, .-hi rt an-1 clfawt-r. '.1.00 :i.-nit
A lino Silk llamlkci-chict; 50c.
Liiu'ii Collar. -1 ply, latest stylos. '-2.00 wv ilo.
A heavy liritish halt'hoo. j.'o i pri'r.
A lino Knitt Jaoket. 1 .OO eaoh.
Alsoa full lim of NIXMC WKAII at eTtromcl v I . v
All the ahove ods are WAKRAXTED to he tiit clts,
and as low as the Miiall denier can luiv. Call and ee t,r
A. MAHXjil Ohio Lrvre.
Ko tin' llul'i'liu
oik crrv iu-.
Kd !irur.ri I. a .-iu th- ,".;-'i.ed ;t.
at oiir ilitjioii; I eajiei't to f.niow tae tlii-u:e uf
your a jud,"ii-ii'. a lo i' a;iu-.iriti. e m i.ie
iidit:iiu of jour la '.li-it ': u;r Th Ai tho;;
! aio! ! r t ' -a : r.--ej v
In the iii!Uer.i li:n.t- of a l'.-j:r;.'
Th:. n;nl a tittle t:
ta'led 'ai -In- ; not t te ; t y dol
!i ie h -urely i a )"'y;
Kur he lovi'!f i- aol o .o'
A:el mU'ht y-t ri.- in nrn.i'.
I,' tho.-eity dad ooald Hut ' . n I
To '.iht .tr-i-t t ; i' iii.-'.i
l':tt th .tn-et it to ;':' 't ., ,!.r. .. I ,'.:ear.
Th ;.!U- oil- nir.te a c U : t i ,
Aud lo Uav to c u t ,i,r
l a very hit:- r pi;!.
Thi ftran.-i-r with .m- .lir . r .
ill ri.li-!i!i' in .
Aud :' mich au o.d 1-4 ,
I ' V-t m-: f.ir
lo vti-i u 1.' d . a ! ;. r
And k -ro'1'n-- a r. m .
M l! nu.-ilty did. won't 2 '.: ; 1:
I h -r m at l) n.)3i thint; to'.
l l va n Uik lieoji'.e pi-id til :i
i or iit a !it: liht ;
Triey .hai." ibi-ir 3iil an.i ir'ttn'il-
We j!U-j ;kn.-. er.at."
Taea !f me nii'j' I- '-"Li 'Vim'i'- V' Ur,
Kroni ' u'.r cii'i'i' :1 ne- rin 1j
Some reMe-r niee yon ia fi- d--
Jut be j.ei rea -'t yo::r jt'e
llelieve oi; ol ourv,a:i'b tud o:u
Aud z:sv yon a a-aj mttj 1:. .: u:jl
Yoawil! i.;i rlien . ou '.n.', --u
And aad the tr-." a!!
o. now. do cnui" do u. he 1 i -i 1 1
And iet the pe;';V''
That I;' P.e ci'y .'..t- :a S. ..
Yo'l will no! di iree .
Hut let th"tre.e ,...
I,' tui'. :V .top l i-- V4.1 .
Th-n la's my word. 1 . 1 1 ' . ; 1 '
Yoa W.ll 'ie :( oiU : o .
If von t:l! r-fii'e to l.-i : 'an 1 ; it.
We'll aave to e!a- y.a ;ta i '
W'ho-e u U are dark s.-'j
Aud thi i- wuy they . ho 1.- m-i e
To th r 'i;nenu; ith cx'i:
so he"t oar ttarmn; iitj da I-.
U'-lore it i too .ate.
Th- ;e-o;ii.' ne-iu iii't '.'.; ie t .
K01 t hey have aci' h a: :a"
C , I H. .
tl-i-enioi r ts: '
-.T a.u Orayham, a gent. "U. an of much
j ""'-cular ability was yest ud ay found en-
gaged in displaying th same on one of his
' ......ri ,... ...
the pn cedme arretted John mi l brought
him b fore Comings for trial. The Squire,
finding the evident'.- conclusive, lined him
five and costs.
It was Mr. Joseph ICelly who took in
the town the other night with the intention
of having a "iittle frolic with tin lmys."
but lief ire he got through witu the "frolic"
he Lot " tipsy" an 1 naturally enough was
eeorted to ('.tin's paiace. The escortiti"
was kindly Jone by Hogati and Dunker.
Sqliire I'.obinsoil lined him one dollar and
... , .,
co'ts wlucli lie pan).
-Sarah Thomas was up pcfore s,,uiie
ltobinsilll Vestepd iv On :l e'l.i-.r.. . .t"
rte.' evidence showed'
that Saraii had been :i very uau'.igtv girl -
that she had played "hoi,"
Sfi Ul r.U'.V
when there wasn't the slightest occasion
for pbiying "hobs." Hence she was fund
five dollar and cost und on a failure to pay
the same was sent to the cooler for .seven
T Sleighton drunk Squire Robinson
one dollar and costs- mid.
Mis. Applegate was yesterday nrrc'ted
by M otiroc Oshorn on a warrant sworn out
by Miss Dora Moore, for ahu-ivc languiig".
and brought before Squire Osboru for trial.
Tho Squire after hearing t ie evidence lined
Mrs. Applegate five dollars and cost. i;ut
this wasn't the end of it. Mr. Applegate's
getting hcr'Mundcr" up ut having to pay a
tine, concluded to be avenged on Miss Dora
and hence swore out a warrant ou the. same
charge, which however, did not hold good,
since it was very conclusively proven that
Dora IndjHeifuo abu.ive lanv.u-.ig,..
v i pj l
AN I) BOYS.
FINE AND NEW
Ta'ii; c'.iti-ry. p.vktt cutiety. m.igntr..-:: t
carvers. .':'., -et,. raor. revolver', skv.e-t,
!.tmp and rlf :r. s. ' :r I cage, a 1 kin is of
Icating j-ij t .A:ng .tve. hollc-w w: ?,
C. W. Hkmkkn'.
rial avenue Cr. r.'th .
- Eiegar.t .11::' of dre.-s and trimmiag .'.:!.
o! all ila i', :i 1;;i';ttt.. yrcitiv re
i d'ice i ;r - .f . Bl-!:-.:.f .
Ck rr a 1 1 . In... August 11,3;.!.
I !'.:ve uv-I coaline for w ssliin-.
cleaning lot'.e. a:: 1 1 must cheerfully .i
i ir-- i'. m t r-c-'tntney 1 it a the m t v.e
ful article t'.i: :!;, purp e it i int.-:-.
for tl.v I ev-r w . Every family h .' I
1UV iV Gi.i). MoV.!f'
o...- c-:' .!:.- i :(..-; u.cv-rs on th I C.
A'r5::.r. In . August t i. 1ST:-.
g:v.-u c .il;nea th'Wdgll teat, ai 1
aa" it no'j.ti
that :t i a great la
Op- -it.- M. E. c::'."
WK HAVE ON HAND
' il's lovi 'Vi.iv
11 f. r $2 fii
e.i.T.'v.ciag Suno.a'.. I)i centlr
C ntral Biihoad will run
ace nrj-.e.(ia::f :i tra.u. it av:ng ( aim at :.A
:i train, it av ing Caini at
p.m.. vt'a ic at I u(:.ii at S p.m. IV
trait, wi.l s' ij. : a'l stati.-u.- iNtweea C .
and Dut'ioin. l'i -tigers f-r i nt-:: -d:
i!e int. :nu-t t tk this tr.iin. as ?:,
pre. t. ing a? ."i:;o p.su.. wi'l sut
.N l A!!' W li! lyl Ui t t..V lT
ica'.e ; 3--;j4e
it C. D.:Pi.-.
c. A. i:,.
eg , D -'.
i . .
Osk ot tile Bi'-t of Bo.ton r.e '
we;it ! Ciiii j' 'au i ge-t ilito a di-pute
I a p.'livemn Ngtr.iing the numUr
! g'..tes of 'k r had taken. As a !'
! pnni'h-r tiuTe i r...:hi:ig like lle-ida!:.
I great S.ut!i r i K- ao iiy. S,.tlie. t!:e
wi'h - nigic touch. For
. Barclay Br-.
t.l. AOVKl.'TISKY KNTs ., t.,-. r .;-.-,..
live l!'a cae'.i oro-.ve.i; (i.. iii'ili-a-.j
r u- rtiou: I ui.ntlt. l.'i1: ': .tion'a
$:.'' .e montli. Ka. h a 1 1"
line. ' Ceut-
..ti wa.iti-'l .r
I it: i: K nt.
I velli'u hoj.e fin r.tii .T i t. he' ,V
i!t 1 eda:. a'i ia i '. condttiou. La:.- r-s;i.
( I- V:n.-i!t. t'.T i'lir1 i e.'-tr. a;.;.ly i:,i
Uii-oj co.-.er ut -ilt .'t. i VV'.i'nnl 'u .,
M:. C Toil t
Cheat ..r ri-;i iij.'..i.ih octave i i n n . . e.e. r
aim -tiM! ; ia ...o.ii .-J. r A. A. II AltHEI.l..
K tie Kfeel eairivla..'., for aa!e. C.iau ' o
lioa.-ut ol the (a.l!aer. for le.a than Sl',kl"
Will he nold sii;". for iy eaeh. or the (..--,r
j ? M"i'"re nn ar. hu.imin hmd.-rv
."'S'"! and pan ha-T or Krai K'tite InC i t.i
; .i mid li-'tire they have a ZM.dtille. lata:. ;i
: prepared to It rtii-a aVtrsrt- at rea-onslil ' r o
! ' omi-Hri'onr't' H.uV...
I fill" Kill'
A "'ri. of No. .' lotliic iap and Inuerci-e
piirTy worn, nut au iiue mr p.uteror proL'ianrne
or.i. rou-i'iiu -o! hrevvr. long orinier. nli a. in- il
1 i I-,. ...... ... . le.L-n-u leiivr an i
I ti kft I ri l'.i:i ami i-onin:. t.-. u-iil...i,i ......... .-.I
i imd ' '
BltK.Hl'. ATTKACTIVE. CIIEERFI L.
Mr,. Julia McNair Wright' New Bov'
Tiill of Prmtiea! Infortiiation.
T!ie yoiii!i ito.i-e -kei'iier' liiiidif.
Th- e.xperleiiced lloiiie-keeiierV l'i i -i..t.
tlotise Keepiu.'. Cookllu.'. !re. Aecliletit. s:.-'.
'I ne, t liildreu. t'oiii.any. Matriaitv. Itell-o-:
MoraN. Muuey. I'amity ( ioverniueul. and a iii l'"
Uiile of other tnpli'. fully treated. Tell !m i.i
nuike Imme lleantiful ami lluppv ". Book n'
more pruelteal tillllty ill ac Mum,' If ever, ho found
iiulsliie of liisiiratliiii,"-t hrltluu Advoeiile.
Xl'l'lll'll !n V'r- f,t' ,lom" llv'aaiu! pcr
I villi 1 all country home. I V vonniriiiirt o'.d
Kino I'aper, lllear Type, lle.iiiiliul llitidlnsr. Spl a
did llliitftioii. Nearly pare,. Low ir'.i.
'eiltS 11 ifil Llhwal CnmmlMloti-.
.-,1 III? M ,.,"MU leeri.tloii. andTeraa
Free J. I . ( I HHV Jc I u , l'!il!adelpul;. I'a.
.luvma.it.. I'., I ha. i wo, til.,, or t: l.ouU., ig.