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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOHNIN(i, FBBRUAIW . 4. 1880.
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iw nan luwrtliin;!! time. 60 cent.: I wi ik, tmi;
I milt, IW; 3 month-wild mil ilMoe.p, II per
Mnih. Kirk ldiliuul llw pmriu. Minimum
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M . KAMI tt 110 A I .
enter IntNiurt Home
As ordur ipnd lor ini). If appllwl on ny ntyle
Ami -i'la Mmidletoilion 1'lauo- will lie sold low .
jlppty i thl ofllw
Ht I VKSSI 1 IN'AL OA KIW.-MITSICI AN
f II. MARFAN, M. !.,
HdftiWAthic Physician and Surjeon.
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Notary Public ami Conveyaueer.
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Ut Aid Sorietv.
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4ifld of rruit wheu I11 ienmin, mi liaud end deliv
mron prniilH l reidi'ur,i'i free. (Kku rx dMl'verwd
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ti ri it diit liv in.'iKUH' heinit cspnfd M nir.
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SEA LEU IX TINT IJOTTLKS.
Try it uuil ee tor voun-i'lvi-'..
3n 1M.NT TICKETS ONE lo!..Mi:
( li on ilflivery uf lli'lo'li".
ST. I.nlTS. CA1KO AND PAIHX'AH.
Tlie KietftlllSidi'lieel l'amieniier Steimer
A.J. Vlitl -Wk.
t.".' 'ii'i mery M I "d Tiiumi-iy fur
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Cord Wood. Stove Wood,
JJ1U MUDDY COAL
A SIM JH LTV-
A()l)I) AND COAI. YAK1:
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nmneil pHdi", t the tilll" lielu
uii'il !or lli.i Mir)ice uf ri)l!ciln'; the
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wuilnii; In nv" Ihepcnelly nl one per r'iil. per
MUDlli will m'u! gilvuuuiteiif Hie cilleetin'. yiKiiN.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTKKKD AT THR .'OUT OViWK IN CAIUO, II.
I.I.NOIH, Alt BUOOND-CI.AS HATTKK.
tilTli'UL 1'APKHOF ALKXASIIKit COUNTY.
Only Morning1 Daily in Southern IllinoiH.
rtiaNAi. Ori". t
C'aibo. IH..Kobrury H,
Time. Ur. Tlier. Ham. Wind. Vd Wember.
6 m ID t 38 T N W
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m -jft.m .10 nw
3 urn. iiU.IW S4 5 NW
12 U Snow
Mtlmiim TeinpenHtire. !W-; Minimum Tern
pemmre. s; KilnfalluO Inch, h my
Sits'I 8lirnl Coras. L'. S. A.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Squire Nkk Hunsscker wos in the city
ycHtenlay on IiUHinnss. Time is dealing
gently with the ohl man.
"01.1 mother Mack," she of the suicide
briailf, will he buried to-day at eleven
o'clock iu the seven mile grave yard.
Mr. A. J. Bird's fine-blooded nagt
"Muggie," had au attack of lock-jaw yes
terday morning. The cause is not known.
A painter, and a stranger in the city,
fell oiohe street yesterday, in an epileptic fit.
He was taken to police headquarters, where
he remained during last night.
Nearly all the Ohio river steamer ar
riving at this port have great numbers of
passengers going "to New Orleans to sec
Mai di Urns."
The late wet and muddy weather left
some of the streets iu a fearfully bad con
dition, and it will require a good deal of
work and expense to place them in good re
-The leap year party takes place Mon
day night and will be a tine affair which re
minds us that the "Faultless" is the beet
live cent cigar ever sold i.i this market.
Sold by E. Korsmeyer.
Mrs. Stephen Bird, Master Hunter I.iu
wood llird, Miss Annie Hunter ami Miss
Mollie ('lark took passage on the Anchor
Line steamer, John A. Scudder, for New
( Mlewis, where they go to visit friends and
- Nrw Orleans will have her full quoto
of thieves, pick pockets and burglars fur
sunt!' time to couh-. Criminals from all
purls ut the countty are lb-eking thither
ward "to work'' during the Maidi Gras
--The criminal docket for the term of
the circuit court commencing next Monday
is the largest for u long lime. Hiirglary and
larceny are the crimes charged against the
must or nearly all the prisoners. There
are no murder cases on the docket.
The alarm of lire al nine o'clock last
mil: lit was 'occasioned by a blaze in the
roof of the two .shanty on the corner of
Eitteentli and I'oplar streets. The lire was
soon put tut and the old hulk saved. The
tire companies were imt called upon to
('apt. Jim Johnson is just home from
a business trip to Texas. While in that
stnte iie visited 1111 Indian camp where he
iniiin tli'- acquaintance of a big Injun
known as Chief Joseph. Ask the Captain
to relate his experience among the copper
-The excelsior division of the high
school literary society will give nil eiitev
I'liiiinent in the hiiih school room at 'J
o'clock p. 111. 011 next Friday. It will be
free to all and everybody is invited to be
present. We may publish the programme
--Chief La Hue should see to it that the
mail employed to bury dead lions, ivinmvs
the carcasses from the citv. We notice a
number of fresh uraves on the vacant lot at
Hie corner of Fifth street and Washington
avenue: and from appearances we don't be
lieve the carciissi-H nre veiy f 11 under the
Our old friend John Cain lrn been in
stalled in the wharf-muster's oliiee us dep
uty, n position he will till to the "satisbic
tioiiof all." In oilier, words John is the
"rialit man in the right place," and we con
ainlulaie him on his nood luck in procur
ing so a'ood a job, and the property com
pa:iy on their good luck in securing the
services of so valuable a man.
--Pope County Democrat: ".Inn. It'
Thomas has dune nothing as congressman
since his election, eveept to tag after Lo
gan's coat tail, make one thin little speech
about 'hurling the l)"iuocrats trout the
battlements of Heaven, down to hell the
abode of traitors and the damned,' pay
some little lulls lie oweil to Keptililican
newspapers in his district, anil yet John
Th an is is lu ing talked up for re-election,
An exchange has Ihis: "We have a
number of subscribers who always pay for
their paper i'l advance, and t!i"se men nev
er luive been sick a day in their lives, never
1 1 it. 1 any corns or toothache, their potatoes
neer rot, the lice never kill their wheat,
frost noer kills their corn and beans, their
babies . never cry in the night, and most
wonderful of nil their wives never scold.''
Mi" attention of s iine of nnr subscribers is
led to Ihi S Won l-r!
We Uave been iyqiteste.1 ( i ..tut
th- R 'fonii Club has not l icbbd tin
nte'iib-rs shill pay dne-.i On the Mil, :!'
Noviuhcr isli uriieh:,:! ii the Cmistitulion
of the Ciub, w:ii amended by adding to it
the. folium",, "Provided ulso, that
members of the W. V. T. U. may become
members of the Club, and thoy shall be ex
empt from paying dues.'!..; Tins has never
been repeulod and is to-day la full force.
There was, however, an amendment sub
mitted January 33, 18H0, striking out the
word "And they shall be exempt from pay
ing dues," which proposed amendment was,
under the rules laid over and will come up
at the meeting next Friday night, when,
we are informed, it will iu all probability
be voted down.
We have often heard the expression "a
carnival of crime," used in describing a
succession of criminal acts in some given
locality. It would now seem as though
this old time carnival had fixed its seat
permanently in Chicago. There have lieen
eleven murders in Chicago within the past
three months, and besides these there has
been eight murderous affrays, an indefinite
number of burgalries, thefts and smaller
-The Fultonian (Fulton. Ky.): "A
young man, who performs the great rope
tying feat, drew quite a crowd on Lake
street last Thursday. He said lie wa a
''busted actor," trying to make his way to
Cairo, but if those who tossed their nickels
into his hat had seen hitn an hour later put
ting a wad of greenbacks into his vest
pocket, they would have pronounced him
auytliiug else but "busted." He'll get to
The tegular meeting of the W. ('. and
L. A. will be held at the library rooms to
day, at 3 p.m. Th? literary exercises will
commence at J o'clock, consisting ot nn
original poem A llcminiscciice, "Bob
White," by Mrs. B. Y. George; a paper,
"Know Thyself," by Mrs. Y. H. Smith;
recitation. "The Vision of Sir Laiinfal,'' by
James Ilusscll Lowell, Mrs. II. II. CamLe.
The association extends .1 cordial invitation
to the public to be present.
The Illinois Central Huilroad Company
has declared a semi-annual dividend of ;i
per cent. The earnings for the year are re
ported at about H per cent. In regard to
the story that th-company is to be consoli
dated with the Chicago, St. Louis and New
Orleans, of which it now owns six-tenths of
tin: stock, we have the best of authority for
saying that no such action is contemplated
by the directors, inasmuch as the Illinois
Central would gain nothing by it, and lose
a great deal.
Ash Wednesday coming so early this
year, the fashionable season is rapidly draw
inif to ;i close. Lent beins on the 11 th of
February, and so there is now left but a
few days during which society will di-port
itself: for whatever may be tiieit iviigimis
differences, the gay people are pretty unan
imous in obt-ying at least the fashionable
law which terminates the season of festiv
ity at the beginning of the forty days' fast;
so whoever wishes to be gay must now seize
his opportunity, for the 1 1th of February is
close nt hand.
--Seven young men, well dressed and ol
generally good appearance, applied to Jail
er Andy Cain last night for a lmittunce
into the city jail. They were t old, they
said: out of money and desired a place to
sleep during the night. They were, of
course, refused admittance and were told
that only the kickers up of his majesty
th" devil-could dwell there. Not being
of that class mid being of a tender aire
they left with mournful mien, wishing
themselves not into Irll but ''into the
coil, mid u'round. Inneath th" hard, hard
The state board of agriculture held a
session in Sprinufiel.l last week for the pur
pose of closing up the business of the last
fair. The financial result is as follows:
The number of paying visitors was !!l,0i)ti;
receipts, ifi.'O.I Ml; premiums paid. $lfi.0Mfi:
general expenses, $7.o00. A committee
was selected who will soon issue and send
circulars to various cities in the state, sn
that: any who are desirous of securing the
location ot the state fair can put in their
claim. Peoria. Springfield, Decatur.
Illooininaton. Memloia, Jacksonville, ('en
traliii, and other cities are agitating the
"If vu have but a pttr, be in the mid
dle of the fair with it," i the Irishman's
motto, and il is a good one for hiisme.s
men to adopt. If you expect to do busi
ness iiiuke an ellbrt in Hint direction; place
your advertisement in the local paper, brush
up your slock, ananire it -on th" shelves and
iu the show windows iu an attractive style,
mid let people know that you are in town
and want a portion nf their patronage.
Show a little life and enterprise, mid it
won't be long before you will command at
tention and patronage. No btt'diiess man
ever got rich by billing his light under h
bushel. It won't do m Ihis age of the
v.01 Id. for there arc loo many reaching for
the pennies a!h nit.
"Mother Muck is dead !" greeted our
ears at about 11 o'clock a.m. yesterday, and
upon inquiry we ascertained that she had
caused li i-i death by taking poison. For
the beiielit (if those who do not know who
is meant by "Mother Mack," we will stnte
that sic is a woman forty two yeses old
nan. cd N .my Brown, who ci'.ine to Ihis city
sixteen years ago, mid luis during that lime
11 the mistress ot one of Ihu most dis
graceful of our lowest dens, "Had Hie city
in its !r. a-cii'v all tt.e money this woman
Ihis cos! it," i.uid iw.itiz.'li to ii.i ye.-terday
..! ... ...I 1 1 1 ...... . , M. I. ..ll. .. it ,. 1 11 e
j II I nill.l l.n I'.-non ouuvi i ire" eiy ;MJ1.
I She Iris three bovj who h'l.e, we believe,
I hhviiys lived in the city, The hnguio she
kept is tilll old tumble J.iWli frulllO
sliucture oil lln: Mi, tier of
Tenth street and , Commercial avenue.
She took the poison at 3 o'clock p. 111. day
betore yesterday. Dr. Leach was sent for
at eight, but his best efforts proved of no
avail and shfl died at teno'clock yesterday
A subscriber to Tun Weekly Bi i.i.k-
tin, residing io Cloves, Ohio, writes us a
letter containing the following qeiries.
We hope his friends will step forward and
answer for themselves:
Ci.evhs, February and, 18N0.
K. A. Burnutt, Kaq Cairo llle.i
Dear Sir Enclosed please find $2.00 to
pay on subscription to "Uuu.i.tin"
Well, how comes-oti my old friends and
former Cairo associates, especially those
abominable old reprobates, yclept, Dave
Linegar, Jack Winter, Dock Dunning, Tom
Wilson, John McNulty, Jim Ilearden. and
that pious, dillident old cuss (ailed John (J.
It is nearly eight years since I lelt Cairo,
and of course I would like to see the place
again, and as many nf my old friends as
are out of the penitentiary, and are still
ttble to tussle with their favorite beverage,
I may possibly visit Cairo some time
next spring will certuinlv do so if I can.
--The city jail contains eight prisoners.
The county jail about thirty of the same
Chief La Hue yesterday afternoon
took "two drunks" to the lock-up. They
were both "too full for utterance" and were
put away to cool off.
On yesterday morning between one
and two o'clock a thief made his way into
Mrs. Stites' boarding house, ou Seventh
street, and wns about to help himself to
such articles as suited his fancy when he
was detected by one of the boulders, who
tackled him and held him till he could be
turned over to an officer. The fellow was
taken before Justice Kobinsoti yesterday
who held him to bail in the sum of '.Mm on
a charge of burglary. Failing to give bond
he was locked up in the county jail. This
fellow whose name hits slipped our memo
ryis a. late ai rival from Paducah, from
where his partner was only a few weeks ngo
nt to the penitentiary on a similar charge.
On Sunday morning last while the
steamer T. T. Hilliuan lay at the wharf in
this city, a difficulty occurred between two
rou-ters, uMtied respectively Bill Hurley
and John Burke. Both men were under
the influence, and ripe for. the racket, and it
w s exceedingly lively between I hem for
some little time, and until Burke seized an
axe and dealt Hurley a heavy blow on the
head with it, laying him out powerless
and senseless. Chief La Hue and
Officer Schdckcrs were soon on the ground,
and while the latter took Burke to the
county jail, the chief attended to having
Hurley removed to the hospital, where he
now li-s in a critical condition. The at
tending physician says that Hurley's
chances for recovery are fair though he may
die at any moment, his scull being badiy
fractured. Officer Schuckers took Burke
before Squire Ostium yesterday, who com
mitted the prisoner und'T bond of live hun
dred dollars to await the result of Hurley's
I si'kkkkku with rheumatism for two
years, in my left shoulder and right arm,
and lay many a night unable to sleep on ac
count of terrible pains. Two bottles of St.
Jai'Oiis On. cured me. A. Heilmaii. Pitts
MEKTLNO OF THE CITY COUNCIL.
Th" city council met at the chamber last
night with ihe iiiuvor in the chair and all
member in their seats excepting Alderman
Kynasion. The minutes of the previous
lneetiii'' were aotirovcil without rcadin
Under the head of lititinishe.
Alderman I.inegar's resolution, abolishing
the office of street superiutendi nt and cre
ating th-oliiee of city surveyor, was dis
p ised of for the lima b:iug. An ordinance
prohibiting the loading and unloading
of cars on the track below siith Street, was
thoroughly discussal and defeiited
Report of the comptroller and treasurer
wure then read, and mi motion, received and
Tue reports ot the city marshal and jus
tices of the peace wen: read, mid on motion,
referred to .the commit! n I olicc. jail
and lire department und the justices' reports
of back lines collected were referred
to the ciry attorney for exaniinnuon. The
report of the street committee wa. then
rend, ami among ils important recom
mendations were the graveling as soon as
posible of Eighth street in accordance
with a petition presented by Aldeiiniin
Linegar ut the last icguiar meeting, und
also that a two plank walk be
constructed ou Twenty-third street.
The recommendations were concuired
in, A communication trom the
in iv or upon the improvement of the rail
road strip, wa again read and placed on
The reports of the liiinnec commillee
were receivul and also filed.
The committee on police, jail and liie de
partment, reported the bill of Charley Fair
cut down fifteen dollars, and was allowed.
A communication from Mrs. Manning
concerning Officer Schuckers win then read
and referred to the committee on police, jail
and fire department.
The salary bills were read and allowed
und variom other bills were referred to (he
committee on claims.
The pillowing resolution was llu n intro
duced by Alderman Linegar:
'Resolved, That the city clerk be niilhoi
ized and directed to prepare mid have
printed pv.itaMc blanks for the use of iu-
surance agenhi In reporting the two per
cent, due the city upon premiums for fire
insurance business done within the city un
der the statute"
Alderman Howley introduced a resolu
tion recommending that a numbrr of feet
along each aide ot the railroad atrip be flold
to cover the expense of improving the re
mainder, which was accepted
Alderman Wright moved that a sufficient
number of sower pipes be bought to recon
struct the n-tn on vYnsi.tv.ton avenue, be
tween Eleventh and Twelfth streets.
Lumber bid of J. S, McUuhey, offering
to furnish the city with lumber at $16 per
thousand feet, und less if a larger quantity
than that specified were used, and
bid ot Box ami Basket factory, offering
to furnish the best of lumber in any
quantity at $15 per thousand were refer
red to the proper commit teas. The report
of the committee of ten on sanitary affairs
was received and ordered filed. A number
of liquor bonds were then examined and
approved with the exception of Bill Scott's,
which was disapproved, because of the past
bad character of his heuse.
The muddle being settled, we are glad
to report the mud settled in the vicinity of
Dongol.i and the business boom, booming.
If the Maine muddle has been the cause of
the muddy winter, undoubtedly some body
ahold be made to atone tor it.
Last week, trouble and muddle was the
order of the day in our schools, in and
around Dongoiu. In the union district where
Mr. A. Brady is teaching, there was little
muddle between a few large pupils und
Mr. Brady, concerning lectures of evenings.
Mr. Biady brings teacher that believes iu
lecturing, has put iu a quantity of the the
students precious time, delivering lectures
in which the scholar say he was very
abusive; so the scholars conc eded to uliol
ish the pian by refusing to listen to siiid
lectures. The iliretors being culled in the
mtlddif was settled, the lecltites abolished
ami things smoothed down.
In the Egyptian district where Mrs. Peeler
is t. 'aching, a 011n" . it'--in ( ficoneiuded
10 HiniiM' hiiiiiell by cursing Mis. Peeler,
for which ar.niseiiieii! the young geiith-inan
was expelled from '.he choo. The dir"c
t rs brought suit agaiu-f him before J. F.
Little. l'Nq., and the squire ciarged him
$'.'0..-(i for his little :iiiniemcrit.
Next coin. s :i mud. lie in mr Dngola
school One of the J allium got right up on
his ear, because Mr. Dean, the principal, in
flicted a very light corpoten! lainidiineiit
nn his the patron's boy. lie went to t''e
school hoii-e with blood in his ire and lire
in his ear. and I'o'.h.wid Mr. Bvin to a
place where he thought it -:.fe, to "go fo'
him:" so he assaulted him with
all of his mi ht. to give liiiu a maiding,
but he soon foiiiut licit it take, more than
blood ill the eye n:id tire in Ih" ear. to
whip a s(
te.achi rs. Mr. Dean pr.
' to pick sai'i palmn up
ceeded -to once
anl thresh the ground ith him. Some of
said patron's friends pitched in and pulled
til" tcatehet off' nf him. Spur" Utile,
charged the patron three loll'ir: bill did
not charge Mr. Dean, as lie didnt do more
than the law justifies any man in doing, ll
was good for said patron that. assaulted
the teacher when- he had I'riete.s to take
I the teacher oil", provided ii Win le ci ssary.
I and for sooth it wa-. quite ivccsmry .
' 1 1 vis quite niuiising, after tie fracas was
! over to h"ar the ranting of cm great big
burly f. llow, who is :i dU'itiie of Tom
Paine and pii itnalistn jn all of its mani
festations and ramification. Hcswoie that
I whipping with a limb, wa. a relic of ortho-
do bilbarislll, and proceeded to give or
thodox rules aii'i scli... ...!n'r an nwtnl
Mr. D"tiii has had eharg of our school
for twelve months, and if lie will accept,
nil:' director will employ him fur next fili
snd w iniei's t. rm of school. He is a Chris
tian, a gentleman mid scholar, and in his
aiitncv to teach, far surpasses nny and all
of his pveileee.soi. in the Dollgola school.
Oil) Til Ml.
i.. him. i n Cm m u.- No place in the
I ciiiials London for the constant bark-
k' Oi nu in the cliH''cli"s. It i.. like a
j t',j.luk,. ,,'s Balatn and get nd
,,f their coughs; It is the mot wonderful
.if.:'l irtl 1 1 u I ( 11.. I -li III 111 kill'! ! I !milk U llV
lemeily. and the proprietors warrant it in
every instance. Let all cotiglicr., give it n
APPLF.S! API'LKs: !
Cheap. .VI els, to $t.0l per barrel.
(1. If. Jackson A Co.
1 desire to inform my subscribers the
cans" of delay in not receiving books is,
"Owing to illustrations all being wrong
si."," hence the delay on piy pint in the de
livery. Tim :iliove was received from dis
trilmting agent yesterday nl'lernoon. Feb
ruary loth is the time named wh"ii I am lo
have books. Very Respectfully,
W'M. F. I'l'ICIIKU.
C.wio, Ills.. February Hnl. isso.
MARD1 URAS AT NEW ORLEANS.
The old Reliable (bviit Jackson Route
will sell tickets over their line to attend the
Me.rdi lira festivities at New Orleans, for
one fire, $l.r0 the tuned trip. The sale
of tickets will commence from train leaving
Cairo, Wednesday, February 4lh, tit 5 ii.m.,
and close with the train leaving Cairo at .1
ii.m., Monday, February Hlh. They will
be good to return lo and including. Sunday,
February Bitli, 1NS0.
J. II. Jo.NKs', F. ClIANDI.KK,
Ticket Ag't. Cairo. Heu'l Pass. Ag't.
All orders for coal after this date, should
be accompanied by cash, and will be
filled by the weigher, from the Illinois
Central yard, on Fourteenth street. Coal will
be deliverod at reasonable price, to any
team, and purchasers should see that
weigher's certificate accompanies each
load. Cauio City Coai. Co.
Fcbuary flrd, 18S0.
St. Joseph's Church, on Sixth avenue,
New Y'ork, hits a large and wealthy congre
gation. Its pastor, the Reverend Father
Farrell, a faithful servant, known by his
workp, testifies to the wonderful curative
properties of Giles' Liniment Iodide Am
monia in inflammatory rheumatism, pains
in the joints or loins, for it gives instaut re
lief. Sold by all druggists. Send for
Oii.ks' Pima cures Erysipelas. Dr. (.ilea'
120 West Broadwuy, N. Y. Trial size Tt
cents. Sold by Barclay Bros.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE
to go for Imots and shoes either to have
them niado to order or buy ready made, is
at C. Koch's, Commercial avenue, between
Fifth ami Sixth streets. He bought hit
stock of boots and shoes, leather and find
ings before the late rise, and will give the
public the benefit by selling at the old
prices. Do not fail to cull when iu need nf
goods in his line.
SAHAT.WA Sl'KIMiS. Al'IM sT 20. 1 s 7 !
Messrs. Mokoan & Ai.i.kn, V.I John S:..
New York Citv :
(lentleincn Having noticed your adver
tisement in the Daily Saratogian, I wish to
add to your list of testimonials my own
Thirteen years ago I was sick with Bright'
Disease for tight months without receiving
the slightest benefit from the doctor
Fortunately my attention was called to
your medicine. "CoiistitiitLpn Water." and
after iiing two bottles I wns entirely cured
Anyone afflicted in like manner, should
not hesitate to Use your remedy. I should
be bupijy to see nny one on the subject who
is in doubt as to the truthfulness of this
statement. Yours truly, L. U. Cisiiino.
Ak your druggist for it.
y T If K N K f M !
Eriiliiv'i Feb. li & 7 ;S,Ttim!d
i i .
(iiand Matinee Saturday Afieniooj !
Tac I.IIKA IKsT Al.Tl'.Kss nf Hie Ay.-.
s aMjx.i'l.-d lr, It. rnn llooniilii I ..tl) miy n au
rinr ir.'ni. i .-. i r i in n u..'i,t.-d rht. In
Il-irliy l ninjiii'-u'. runs: . n mini u
icly I miifdjr lir.iitn. entitled,
"Fate, or a True Woman."
Ami the K'iiiiie KnJI-'i ti(..-s.
I.ailYl'liallon. ror ! Maud's lVril
Int. ...Ind!.;: the relet... lO-d SI.KKI' WAI.KiNl.
iml MAO M'r.NK
en.t "!ij.. ihi.. .til.Tt.n'nenl M 1 1 - r urf r
i" 1 i.'P nl at tr . nnl In r miujnir y nitr nl (lie lie."
cf til .mm.'' IllrllllmtliJ lli) Mcll.
'ller.ni.e r s a I hnr'ntle I iislitrmn ia h
i'ilinii"l .In- ' st (..in (,), utilli .n
.iia',.iati ;r.f stid'iOrto It.n.rt.sl . l I .--n
m I. It.niin ni' with tit rUr c bare
COST I'M KS.
Mr. S. HA As. the will known Cost timer
of st. Loiii.
Wi!1 be in C.MIJo on the f-th of Febiuatv.
with a full line of COSTL'MIIS. She will
make her headquarter, at MBS. r WIL
ut- ix- rn w. second st.
K'..t.'igf) Mid D une lie .Ini d :md mtinrd Krtilu m l
V. eiii'lablc- f 'snnvd, dried und ll l'ih. I'lck
le. Snuren, lli mid ('niit!iin;i.t. Soup
i'l lilt'., IliiKin j I'otw'.i'is. grim nl ud
whole Spite.. Tiele! and l.tuindtf
so!,pii. Sfi'il. .l.'lii... 1'tvsei.i'.
Kunry liiir erie. und .tn
Slock tin paralleled in the We!.
skm Fonont ''Ci.ot k.i.smanuki..
Harpers Voun People.
Tie' evils nl ' liKi.lionnl lllerilure for Hie vouiu;
lire well known, tun! the wiint of no nntldnli' tin"
Inte' heell felt. Thin U Hlppl'ii'il l II A Itl'KH'S
VOl'NIi I'K.Ol'I.K, n bcaiitlhilly llliiMriilcd weekly
Jniirnill, Inch I" . iitlally devoid nf ( In-olijeetlelinlilt
I'eiiiuri's nfni'iiHiiiloii'il Juvenile llteriiliirt' und t.l
niiiralllnu Inne le, Ii tvfW Hie vitnlhf.il render.
Tin' Volumes nl'lli" Voiltig People lii'ifla with th
lin t Number, pulillslied In Nnveinher of each year
When no 1 linn l nn iillniieil. II vi lli lie iindcrslnuil
licit the Hiih-i'i liter uIhIii h lo rniniiieiii u with thv
Niiiuhir next itl'tel' (he feeolpl of order.
IIAIfl'Ult'K MAdAZINP.. Hue Year '
IIAIil'KII'M WKUKI.Y, " " 4-
IIAUI'litI S tlA.MI, " . IW
Tim TIIICllH nhiivo ininit'd palilUiitltitis. '"
INIH'CDMKNTS l'Olt IS Hi ONLY.
Tlilrii'i ii fOunli. r. or Haiii'iii's Yocno l'n
ei n will lie fnriili lied In every venrly leili-crller la
Haiicioi's Wi'.kki.v for liiStii or, II ahi'KU'm . oiin
I ' i i i oi.K 1.111I II AiiiMin's Wio io Y will li" si nl Iu miy
iildri'SH Inr nun vent, i'iiiti loo net it Willi tin' llrs'l
Nuiiiher of llAiii'Kii'n W'kkki.v Ku Jnmtary,
ou roalpl nfj 0J lor ihw two I'viluik'.ils,