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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1879.
T l KN I-
r'lrl Appearance lu your i lly of
TIIK CHARMISO ARTISTE, and
LOUIS 11. WARWICK,
' SCITOItTKIl BY -
t'UAH. K. 31AII.KY K
DRAMATIC COMBINATION !
Commencing Sunday K veiling: tlie 15tli
pronounced by Pres. and Public the Greatest Play
ol the day.
:2 N I G II TS ONLY -
RESERVE!) SEATS,"., for le at Uartinan n.
Uoora open nt T. Performance commence! at 8.
FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY
(tonic Opera Company!
ClMircli Choir CTiorus,
Hca.Ied liv lb" voimg anil beautiful American Prima
lJollua. Mezzo Soprano Aaaoluta.
-IMISS ADA RICHMOND!-
Supported bv the iii-gmt and moat complete Comic
Opera Troupe iu America.
The late-t muatca. micenaa. Von Suppe'a Romantic
k4 FATINITZA "
FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER ll'th
Produced iu the fame majoiitkeut atyle a at the
Ktfth Avenue. Theatre, N. V . ; aim the followlm;
Opera riuriusthUeuaxenieut: "The Ctumei of
Normaadi." Saturday evening, December twth
c. t. n. c.
" Dure to do Kilit "
Yourself and ladlea are cordially lnhed to attend
a select partv to be given at the "Cairo Temperance
Reform Club lloomt." on Thursday evening, De
cember lth. 1ST?.
Ur. C. W. Iiannine, A. W. Neff. ( apt. W M
Williams. Coaa. Pink. Capt. Thus. W. ShieKlf mill
lid. !'. Miller.
V. D. l.ippitt, 0. II. Bell. A. P. ItaliielH. Ueo. E.
O'Hara. C. It Hiifun.Geo. M Fry.
Tickets, - - "0c each.
Cau he had at Rarcliv Bro's Drug Store on wa-h
.mum avenu'i, Oeo. O'Hara'a drujj more and at the
Reform Club reading room.
t .lewclrv Hone in tout hern lllinoi
Ksmolislie.d iu lKttl.
Inst Rereivcd and CoaMiinlly Peielvin.; ;it
HI). A. HIJDElfSS
No. 104 Commercial Avenue, hear tit h St.
MugiiihYent Diamond sand Fine Je welrj ,
Cameo, Onyx, (oral and l'luin Si'tt.
Kinirs. NeclilaefH, Chain mid
Bond Bracelets, Watches.
Cluiius, Studs, Sleeve
(iold Pons, Setli
ple and Quad
Ware, Sterling Silver
ware, Knabe uud Pease Pi
ano, Mason & Hamlin Co.. and
Kstey Organs, Brass, String and
Ketvl Musical Instruments & Trimming.
f()r Do not fail to lupecl bio Stock before pur--niuUDg.
f"H Kuaraiiii'i to elj at New York. St. I.oula
or Cliicaau priem. No iieceNily tor endln trom
liomi! tor tine mid cheat) itood.
J"j)r-Orderi by I'xprew and Mall Milieild aud
Fine Jewelry Made to Order.
EVERYBODY LIKES IT !
P tJ I MOTS A H 1 A
For tlm Tlii'oiit uml liuia:i.
Tbt bent Couch Iteaiedf ill the World.
It la perfec ly haruileia and p easant t lake.
Uia beopie lixe it. ana cniian n cry lor u.
Willcnrn any caxcol Lhroitlc and llngerini; nmifti
id a Rhortliine.
Will riirewtaoopiiiK couuh In ten daya.
Will iliee c:oup in a lew iniunt .
Will rme a cold in le time tbiu any otln-r
Whl cure aore lumit iu a lew noma.
It Unnllko any other nwdy In the market.
It enreK. not hv drvluenu the coneh an nioKt iviie
it. ..... .
It cuHa you riOthinc IT It dic not perioral all that
Ja claimed for It. an everv liollln i warranted in bKc
t.'acuou or inoiiey ui oe reiiiiiocu.
St. Rlmo. iu... .tune 1,. 1S.B
Or. A. R White. ImllanapollK. Ind.:
Dear Sir: I Uouu'bl ot M.oara. Dnuaford it Wood
vrorth, dmt.'ltl"tj, at thla pluee, uae bottle of your
Pnlmonarla. aud am pleated to add my te.tlumny
lo Ita bencllclal n Mlu. Mr wife had lieeu .uA'T-
tntf vnry aorarulv with arouii Uirm montiia. At
uiiibt aim would vouch aliuorl luces-ancy. VVu
hud tried many romedlux, but all provod Hi tile ntilll
I waa Inilin'd
by the zenllemvb above ineulloiied
totry vonr 1'ulnninnrla. Hie ilnM iluse civc her
Immo'llatn relief, anil on" bottle eflwtud a perina
in at rme. iteanmiuny jour.
S. L. JUNNrr, JUKiUe ,.r th' Pence.
PREPARED UY -
DM. l. A. WHITE iVCO.,
WHsl.lutrton St., IinlinimpoMa. hid,
SMby GEO. E. OH AH A, Cairo. III.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTl-ltKD AT TnB POST OrKK'K IN CAIRO, IL
1,1X018, A HKCOXD-CLASS MATTKIl.
OFFICIAL VPAPKR OP ALEXANDER COVNTV.
Only Morniiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
HiuNii Orrrt, I
Cairo, III.. December IS, IK7. (
Time. . Bar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel Weather.
11 " 30.4S
8 p. III., 30.30
Maximum Temperature. 35 ; Minimum Tem
perature. SW s ; Rainfall, 0.00 Inch. r
Seru'l Slirnal Coron, U. H. A.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Thu fire alftrm Boumlod last night,
proved to be false. There was no tire.
Order your New Year cards from Tiik
Bulletin. Call ami see the styles.
Mrs. F. D. Rexford of Centralia is in
the city visiting her daughter Mrs. Pink.
"Orange Blossom" weddiug envelopes
unl note yiaper, Utest tiling oat, just re
ceived at Tiik Bulletin office.
Mr. Oeorgo J. Deiigle, agent for the
Ada Richmond Comic Opera Company,
is registered at the St. Churles.
Read the advertisement iu another
column ol the supper and fair to be given
by the ladies of the Presbyterian church.
The new organ visible in the Reform
Hall was bought by the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union and donated to the
We regret to hear that Mr. Tuny Cella,
who has been down with mflamatory rheu
matism for the Yt week, is not improv
ing is, in tact, worse.
The presence of the pay car of the
Illinois Central railroad yesterday caused
the tills of many of our up-town merchants
to ring with silver coin.
Everybody wants to try the "Fault
less.'1 It is the "Seek-no-further" among
cigars and cigar smokers. A pure Havana
tiller for five cents. Sold by F. Korsmcyer.
Our hotels, one and all, are just now
doing a rushing business owing to the in
crease in the traveling public. The St.
Charles hotel, particularly, is being blessed
with numerous guests.
Stuart appreciates the value of print
er's ink and takes advantage of it. He is
compelled by increase of business to add
several new clerks to his force during the
holiday?, or longer.
Win. Murphy was brought before
Squire Robinsou on the charge of disor
derly conduct. He was found guilty, fined
five dollars and costs and jailed because he
hadn't the necessary funds
The K. M. K. C's next monthly socia
ble will be held in their ballon Wednesday
next, and all lovers of innocent enjoyment
should then be on hand and be partakers of
the good feeling of fellowship which al
ways prevails at their gatherings,
Cttpt. Williamwin, of boat store fume,
yesterday envcted in front of his business
house, on the outer edge of the sidewalk,
a substantial ruck on which to hang, tor
display, canvassed beef, hams-anything.
in fact, in the Iwnt store line.
Yesterday evening two negro boys, liv
ing in the barracks, after exchanging a
few angry words, came to blows and In-fore
getting over their anger one of tin: boys
found himself severely out in the wrint.
The handsomest things w? have seen
tor holidny gilts arc those line steel en
gravings, "News at Last," ' Italy," "La
M:idona," "Evening Prayer." Size liUxld,
genuine arlist's proofs, at Fold's Bracket
The plastering of the new ll ntmiii
building, has proven to be quite a job.
The nunibei of square yards of plastering
were not one hundred, as before stated,
but thirteen hundred yards, and since Mr.
McEnei did the job, It is hardly neces,uiy
to say that it was well done.
--Various minora have, during the past
week, been ntbut as to what V:l th" it -tntion
of I'aDtain Bird in regard t" lh :
Chniiqfiun. Those who pretend to know,
claim that the ('apt. will phuv her iu the
St. Louis and Padtn ah trade, in the place
of the DeSiuet, with ('apt. Brown in com
mand. The concert given every Sitindiiy by
Mr. E. W. liuder in his stoic on Commer-
did i being well attended by our young
I people of both seXeH and is being highly
enjoyed by them. A large number of
y mug folks were ycHeplay in attendance
on the cone it all of which aryje's i's
The ladies ot' tie- Presbyterian church
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will give a bur in th! It torin Hill, on
,i. (, L:,l..,. , t iii.i,,.i.
I uu 1 "',J.'
i this is the night on which the Bel'oro Club
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meets, It Wl 1 not llitertere therewith since
. ,e , , . . ..
II llieeis nil sinus. 11 Hie yilini wmiii'-. wi
The Bi'I.lkti.x for the ladies undertaking
will avail them anything, the attecess of
their fair is already assured.
Capt. Hambleton, Pat Fitzgerald and
J.ik. Johnson, have clttbed together and
piirchased a tint, large black stallion. The
aiiiuiiil Is simply "immense," IkiiIi as to size
and appi uratK-e.tiiid should prove a lxniiiiiza
toils owners. He is of tin: Black Hawk
Morgan stock, was brought here from the
northern part of the State and is now under
the cflkieut care of Mr. Fitzgerald's hostler
tit Ins livery and rile stable.
At the last meeting of the Reform
club a committee was appointed to make
the necessary arrangements tor the having
of a "great, good time" on Christmas day.
A good, wholesome, toothaomo "lunch,
served as only the ladies of this club can
serve it, will doubtless be one of the attrac
tions. -Don't forget '"Rosedalc" to-morrow
night, at tho Athcucum. Scats should be
secured during to-morrow to avoid the
rush. This is one of the very best dra
matic companies that will visit our city and
brings with it the highest recommendations
from press and public wherever they have
Miss Emma Smith was arrested last
evening by Officer Wiins, for striking her
mother in the face with a rolling-pin. She
was brought before Squire Robinson and
fined ten dollars and costs, but being one
ot the moneyless Smiths, she could not
"show up the chincks" aud will have to
serve tho city for ten days iu the calaboose.
New rules regulating the government
marine hospital have just been received
here and will go into effect on January 1st.
One of the rules is to the effect that (lie
officers connected with the hospital shall
wear uniforms. If this rule is carried out,
aud doubtless it will be, we shall see our
doctors grace (he streets with blue flannel
and brass buttons.
The charter of "The Independent
Printing Co., of Cairo, Illinois," was filed
for record in tho clerk's office yesterday,
authorized capital $2,000: two hundred
shares of ten dollars each, subscribed for
as follows: Henry Winter, 50 shares, f 300;
John Clancy, 10 shares, 10l ; Louis
Herbert, I!0 shares, 300; A. J. Alden, 50
shares, 300; Peter Saup, 30 shares $300;
Andrew Lohr, 30 shares, f 300.
Our readers will notice an advertise
ment in our columns this morning of the
property of Henry Wells, on Holbrook
avenue tor sale. This is one of the most
desirable residences in the city and can be
bought at a bargain. It is In the hands of
Messrs. Easterday & Reeves, real estate
agent, and applications should be made to
them at their office iu the court house.
Mr. John P. Marnel desires us to state
that he has completed his canvass for his
Holiday Present. Parties who have secured
space, and who have not already turnished
their copy, will please have same ready on
to-morrow morning. All tne advertising
space has been sold with the exception of
five and n half cards. Parties desiring
to secure further advertising in its columns
can do so by calling on the publisher at
this office. Local notices will be inserted
at a very reasonable rate. Guaranteed cir
culation 2.300 copies.
Our police have been infouned of the
tealtng of a lot of hides from the slaugh
ter house of Mr. Lutz, of Mound City, but
so lar no clue has been found that could
lead to the arrest of the thieves. It is es
timated that the bides were worth about
one hundred dollars and the supposition
among our police is that they were taken
by the proprietors of some of the numer
ous pirate boats which now line both Die
Ohio and Mississippi rivers!
Pirate boats along the Ohio and Mis
sissippi rivers arc becoming alarmingly nu
merous just now. Tiie proprietors of th.e
boats stop a mile alxtve or below the farm
house they want to rob and when night
coiu"s on accomplish their devilish work.
We are told by those of our officers who
are thoroughly posted in regard to the tint
ter, that the rascals carry with them, in
their boats sacks, which, it they can rind
nothing else valuable, they fill with wheat
aad corn mid escape therewith down tlir
river. The l'trnicrs, of course, after di'ov
(rim: their los, invariably search the
country and just as invariably get "let':."
We are told that a piece of huiimi
beauty, in the shape of a young nii.n of
alwtit twenty Hummers, the other tnlit
came near losing his b lots before Car's
livery stable. It was nearly midnight and
the supposition is that he had been to the
post office. At any rate he was returning
home from that direction and as he reacted
Carl's stable he was heard to shout : "JXm't
mister! l'v got no money!" A slight
movement of the hosller, who was leaning
gainst the stabln was the cause r" the
remark. And yet unfeeling men will tell
lis we need no light !
Occasionally a tramp is met ith
whose family is first-class and who scorns to
receive a meal not seived in lirst-class style.
One of this kind called al n dwelling on
Sixth street and having eaten a good din
ner from a kitchen table, wearing ull the
time because it w;n iit seived in tin: par
lor or dining room, safcasticly thanked the
luily of the house ton her utlmspiulity and
then, with more effrontery tiiari usually be
longs to tramps i general, demanded the
loan of a quarter to take him across the
river. He may have! got across the river
but he did not get the quarter.
TJie little four months old child of Mr,
and Mrs. John dates received a very severe
scalding the other day. Mis, dates was
bathing the baby ucaf the stove on which
stood a coffee pot filled with boiling coffee.
She had completed the bathing and was, wo
believe, engaged in dressing the child,
when by some means lin reaching for
Hiiiiiething p 'rhnpsi the codec pot was tip.
ped from the stove and the boiling contents
poured over the little creature, scalding it
very severely, .Indeed, Dr. Uordon was at
once called and did all in hi power to re
lieve the little sufferer and we are pleased
to annouiics that he entertains hopes of Its
recovery. The grief of the mother is, of
course, great, and has driven her nearly
frantic, but we hope that it may bo of short
duration and that the little sufferer may
-Sotne of our people have already seen
and heard Miss Belle Gaffney in her artis
tic recitations and knowing her ability will
uot fail to be on hand again next Wednes
day night, when the entertainment will be
repeated. For the benefit of thoso who
failed to atteud last Thursday, we can say
that "Miss Belle," ns we may familiarly
call her, was received with wild applause,
as a peisonal friend of nearly everyone
present. As we have seen from
exchanges', she bus a grace
full figure, compared with a rich, varied
and musical tone oT voice. Her delivery
is good, showing a natural talent and con
siderable care in execution. She is one of
those persons who through magnetism or
otherwise, bold the attention of the au
dience and carry it with them to every
stage in her discourse, making them feol
as though witnessing the reality, and being
themselves actors in the various scenes
portrayed. Miss Gaffney was known to
our people when a school girl, and al
though she appeared before an audience
upon several occasions with much merit,
it was not thought that such power of
memory, such perfect insight in the matter
bofuro her, and such power of expression
were lying dormant iu her nature.
She is as yet young and undoubtedly has
a bright future before her. Few persons,
in her former situation, would h.ive hud the
courage and perseverance to rise
as she has done, hence she deserves the
support of this and every other commu
nity. In short, no one can fail to appre
ciate or be benefited by Miss Gaffney 's
readings and declarations and although
the season is crowded with all man
ner of performers and the demand for pub
lic favors is unusually great, there is no
reason to doubt that the Atheneuui will be
filled with an intelligent and appreciative
audience next Wednesday. The numer
ously signed call published in yesterday's
issue amply supports this belief..
GONE TO DIXIE.
ONE OF OUR YOUNB MKN, I.IKE TIIK A II A II,
POIJlHn HIS TKNT AND SII.KSTLV STOLE
One of our young men, who tor some time
has been in business for himself on'rVash
ington avenue, whose name we suppress,
mysteriously left the city, and rumor has
it that a young woman is the cause. We
have every reason to believe that the rumor
is true, since our information in regard to
this matter has been obtained by intimate
friends of the young man. 'He kit with
out warning, not even informing his rela
tives of his intended departure, aud the first
knowledge they had of his absence was
the tact that bis business place was clos"d.
It is believed that he has gone south.
Of useful and elegant goods, suitable for
Holiday gifts, nt Stuart's popular and relia
ble cash drv goods house, on Monday morn
ing, December 15th.
See the following list of useful article for
sensible people, which we offer at un
usual low and uniform prices:
Ladies and Gents' Silk Handkerchiefs.
Elegant line Ladies' and Gents' Ties.
Hosiery and Gloves.
Lace and Linen Handkerchiefs.
New line Jewelry.
Full line I'apetre in fancy "lioxes.
Elegant line of Doilb.
New Dress Goods.
Ladies" C'o'.bir and Cuffs.
Nubias, Scurfs and Hoods.
Eh'gant liue of Ladies' aad Children's
Perfumery ami Toilet Articles.
New ami Attractive (Jittlery on our 5 and
10 cent Counters,
Together with a splendid line of toys for
the little folks. Consult the above list when
making out your memorandums for Holi
day presents and remember that wu are tho
only house in this city who ure selling
all class of goods at old pricse. The year
lsk)0 will sei; u higer range of prices.
C. R. Stlam.
A GBEAT VARIETY
Of ladies' and chililrens' underwear, at tho
very lowest prices. J. BuitOKit.
The Probabilities are that you will
like the Old Prob cigar. Sold only by
l'KTTIH & Bllll).
Most ilegant lines of gimps and fringes, nt
exceedingly low prices. Examine our stock
of these goods. J. BuKOK.ti.
We make u specialty of Fine Tea, and
give away a handsome present. Son o
thing new, worth half the price of tea with
every pound. Call ami see for yourselves.
Pkttis & Biuo.
FOR TEN DAYSONLY.
We will offer for thu next 10 days, 100
Silver (trey Blankets, at 50 cents a pair.
Jiif-t received, 20 packages of Geo
BusloiiM celebrated Inittjr, at bottom prices.
l'BTTIK) & Bllll).
Is called to our large stock of Table Linons,
Towels' and Napkins, which we offer at
greatly reduced prices, uutil New Year.
A Merry Xmas.
Little early perhaps, but vou know I am always AHEAD of
others in Everything. It's just so with Sty
For M ION AND BOYS.
LOWE I i TIIA.N TH E LO WEST.
A good heavy Shirt ami I )ravr, .70c a wait.
A lino Merino " 1.50
A lino l'otl llariiH'l " rj.50 . "
FintsCashmoro wool, olivo.shirt and drawer. !1.00 asuit
A fine Silk Handkerchief, 50c.
I jinen Collar, 4 ply, latest styles. :2,Ok) per doz.
A heavy Uritish half hose, :25c per pair.
A lino Knitt Jacket. 1.00 each.
Also a full line of NECK "WE A 1 1 at extremely Low
1 i,ices. .
All the above goods tire WAtt RANTED to he first class
and as low as the small tltniliT can buy. Call and spo for
A . MA. L.iX, ( i 1 Ohio 'Lusvw.
wiikiu. tMi at wiuT timk to ATTKM)
Services, conducted by Rev. Kuappe,
will be hehl iu the German Lutheran
church this forenoon. Sunday school com-
menciiig at 9 o'clock a.m., and preaching
at 11 a.m. Ltighsh services vri',1 be held
in the evening.
In the Methoduit church Rev. Whitta-
ker will officiate as usual in the morning.
There will be no services m the evening.
The usual services will be he'd in
the Church of the Redeemer (Episcopa
lians on Fourteenth street, to-day.
The new hymn Isioks received for the
Methodist Sunday School will be Used in
that church to-day.
It is perhaps not generally known
that prayer meetings are now being regu
larly held in the Episcopal church, every
Friday night, ami to those who were
not aware of that fact, we now impart the
In St. Patrick's (Roman Catholic)
church the usual service! will Ik- hehl.
Father Masterson conducting the name.
-We have been told that the proposi -
tion submitted to the A. M. E. congregation,
which desins purchasing the Episcopal i
church, was, that they pay three thousand
dollars lor building, paying two thousand
cash aud securing by notes the other thous
Rev. George will (induct services at
11 a. m. to-da and Sunday School at 4'
p. m. 1 In: Alexander t.ounty Ilible .society
meew in the cnurcli in the evening, and
heme there will be no preaching.
--We are pleased to learn that Rev.
Whittaker, who has been ill for the oast
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be able to conduct services this morniug.
"services will he held tliis mornini'
St. Joseph's church (Roman Catholic) at
10:30 a. tn. S iuday School at p. m. and
vespers .; p. in., r other Ilogaa officiating.
MsCM.LASKOi:S ( llflitll NKWs.
-The entire church membership of the :
Sweedenborgians in America does not ex-J
cetd 5.000 persons iu a'.l. The Boston j
society, which is the largest, numbers 1340
members: the New York socictv IMS: fin. i
cinuati 17:2; Brooklyn 131; Pittsburg and
Allegheny 157, etc., while ft w of the other
societies iu the denomination number more
than twenty-live members.
Bishop Claiighton has been pr.flching
to a regiment of English volunteer-a m -
moil, iu the course of which, alluding to
the declaration ot a clergyman that the
. . . , . , r, , V . , ,
late wars in which hiiglaml ba-1 been en-
gaged were 'mini, and were got up to
satisfy the vniiity of otic man, he said the
government of thodtywas made respon
sible by the will of the nation, and one
of the articles of the Church of England
declared necessary war to be lawful and
therefore to be approved of.
While, reading n hymn in the First
Presbyterian church at Binghainton last
Sunday, the Rev. Dr. Gordon Hull, North
ampton, Mass.,vas attacked with a hemorr
hage, and has been in a very feeble condi
tion ever since. Owing to tho attack the
sermon of tho day was preached by the
Rev. Peter Lock wood, n former pnstor of
the church, who is now eighty-two.
Some of the denominations have found
a fruitful subject of discussion in the use
less extravagance often seen at funerals, one
of the results of wartimes which people
have beou very slow to shake oil'. The
Christian Union, in discussing the subject,
remarks that the evil is whispered and real,
and often becomes an unhappy satire ou the
mournera themselves, and ndds that "a
Chinaman will die happy if he has the as
surance of a costly funeral, but to most
Christians it is a very uuiutisfuetory reward
for the trials of like."
I The Colored Episcopal Church in
i Washington, whereof Dr. Crumwell m
j pastor, has m communicants, and the
i doctor bcleves it could be easily increased
! to o0 or 1,000 if he only had a larger
i church. The chapel he now has holds
onlv seventy-five persons. An annual is
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made ftr $t,5H0 or f 2,000 to finish the
new and large edihee now in cour' of
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mo i,ev. Davm Linhoin, cx-paitor
of the Hebrew Temple Beth El New
York, died the other day, having almost
completed his seventeenth year. He was
one of the most profound Taluiudistic
scholars in America, and very independ
ent'imd honest in the declaration of his
views. His anti-slavery principles con.-
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peneu mm ro icnvf Mainmort some
WE HAVE ON HAND.
100 paiis 10U White Blankets, which
wiil sell for f i 00 per pair.
Have yon seen those haudsome sic
plates (artist's proof 'si. at Ford' Brark't
J -ur att-'nt flr
kindler is the lies
I'KTTIS fi l',iu
I """rf m t,ie m;r"'
' " " SMALL AI V KRTlsKi KNTs
, 4 LI. ADVERTISEMENTS in thia column.
2 tiie liie-n nr!i or lent w ill b oublli-hed for
' cent. rerr tiirtiou;l monui, I. Mi; 5 mouth, with
' out .aanite. si ui per mouth. Ka..h addition
. line, j ci ni. .s'.liia'.'.oiiii n anted free.
l ne! lor ca.h - Uiif -i
I auutoo!: in x..o(i.fd.r
vuei lor ca.n - I'm-Twn octaie piano. en
A. A. llARRKI.L.
Ou ow and purrhs.ers of Ileal K.lat.- in Ci
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part!)-worn. hliKullable for Uoatrror orofrnmn.
work, rnusisttngof metier, ton primer, pica, ere
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nVure lull ;iv,A lotnpiete. Mithoill nwaeea no
"CATARRH, TIIK C.U'SK ASH i t HE.
A I'aiuph.et by Ur. Ci.Fss0k 1'iiatt, of iil Ma:
St.. ChUauo. Dr. Pratt Is the Author ol the lijor.
Treatment fur Catarrh, and lu thia nen Trestle :
revealed the Hicret of liU aticceaa in the tr.-atin.-i
of a dleae, to which he him jriven the atudy d
lite time. Tumphlct Keht on receipt nl ;ic stsm
VOrVfi VVX '-eariiTele..rI,hvlme..
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(In s- R. Van-mine, Munaj.-r. .Ian. ml.le. Vi.
Ojn (. C J (knniiive-ied in WhII mms-i sum i
iuL ."t .rete
' Wall St. New York.
I ')() Lovely, RoKi-hud or-JO Moitot hroinol'ards.w it
j name, id rt Nasiu card Co.. Nan-aii v
KM IN KM DR. WJI. ALEX. liRKKNK. Macon, c.
Wrlt-s; '! rlnvrftillv state tUut I have tetfd Hi
virtue and eSL-lciicy of Cnldvn'a LMijg' Mqui
Kxtraet of Reel'lu my private practice in cases
V m nil ui'Ullll t , w CHKllCSS, liepri-SOOII, IIVSJM'tS.iR
loss ot apwciHe ami m-nous ainictloiis. h.!
tnetlli-liif liad ptoveu uiore than uhc1cb. I ha i
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coliolistn, shi-n tlie aiomaeh Is always Irritated ail
litittiri it tlm Ii..m. iitii. 1,. I L...l ... ..1 .1. .S,
'inn riiiiiire-i in lllllirisn. M I1AAI K
hTK HN.stN. Druvlsts' Aireiits, Clnctijio.
I BOX WORKS.
1,M.L'DUV. MACHINE SHOP AN
1 STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Tkox" Wokk
911 OHIO I.KVf.K.rAIUO. M.t.s'.
John T. TJoniiit
n.WINO eKtuhlifhcd htawork at the above in
tinned ptiioc Is better urctmrctl thnn ever
miiniifacturlnu Htuam KiiKinea and Mill Machine!
Having a Ntenm liumnier and uinpl..1 Tools, t
mniiiimeuiru 01 an kiiius oi Aiac.tilliery, itilliro
rteilinhHt and llrlitue fiirelne. inik- a anecialt.
Kspeclal altoiitloii nlveu to rupalraof .: -duet, a
llrasa Caatliixa of ull kludo madu to or Jot
I'lpe r' ttliig lu a.'l Iti bntuchoa.