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a ll lliVI UTISl'MKNTN In thin t'ltllllllli
l v liiineeaeh or less will ho published furiffi
em on Insertion: timoi. !W rents; I weik, H";
Imnaiu. I.W; tnoiiilis without iIibiii!'. i.i i"r
ioiith. Kacta additional III.'-, prorata. Munition
Uw lliim nmi (our lots-very desirable property
a m l beast corner 71 h street and .1 cflcranii A venue.
M. .1. HllWLKV, ll-al KMhIi- A? iiV-
Oiik and piin-tiawrii of real estte hi irn
bonld ho sure they have itnl title. I ni u
prepared to furnish abstracts! J!j?jjipy'"
Office In Court House.
A order irood for f K. If applleil on any style
Dr class Meudlesi.uoii I'luno. Will lie ohl low.
Apply i thl office
Mm l I Hjrac cau urcomiiiodate rcw ily
header-, also board and room tor two. IT1";
low Applv m her house ucti to tin- t atliolt'
choriu oil Va-hini:ton avenue,
.' HCil'SK AN' It l.iT Foil SAI.K.
llouse anil lot situated on .k-rTeroii and Thir
ren'h street bet ween Jem-iron and Cedar streets,
haid t.rop.-rtv .imaied u lollows. toav t: Lot num
bered mi Mock number Hi In lUt Ihird udilitum
tethe.lty of Cairo. For furthi-r iv.itlriilBr- In
lulrcat the bouse. THOMAS II. WINTKli.
Dated till", lltli day of Fell. IKSil.
H. MARFAN, M. !..
HoiHt'athic Physician and Surgeou.
jmct 140 C. aruerctal avenue. Residence corner
urtei:nth St. and Waahtuuton avenue. Cairo.
K. W. WIMTLOCK.
Ciffu -No. li Commercial
Hitftitb and Xinih Street
!L W. ('. JOCELVX.
D K NTIS T .
OKFIi'R -EislitW Street, near Coinmenia! Aenue.
.Notary I'nltlie ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow- and Ou-pumis' Mu
nal Aid fneiety.
T. LOl'IS. CAIRO AXI) I'AWCAH.
Tue K.eirnnl Sidewliee) fwrwzrr Steamer
BKl'N Rl! Vfater.
A. .J Blttli Cleric.
Leaven Cairo every Monday and TlnirMl.iy for
Cape (iiraril. .-mi. St. Louie, uuii way laiidiDiw. , For
fretiiht urpi-aL'e apply to SOL A SILVLK,
JJILL WKECKINO (OMPAXY.
Sli u:ii!icil their riM-king Imitt
mi I II VUME HILL 3
Af Cairo where they have every thlU!! needed In
the dlvera" line, ateatn pump, lines, tilnek. ar
chora. etc. Will hire or eout:rl for all kiu.lx f
HIKAM HILL, or. .1. L. MULL' UOSV
LoiilHViile. K) .
Wiiiter' llloi k.t oi ner Seventh street and Coin
Dexire ui inform ihe rllb.eimof Cairo hihI viciintv.
that cbe hSH a
New and Laipi Stock of (ioods
Wlib h Mb will ell at aiTtai (t. c niiti'lin or
ilats and HoniK'ts,
And Flue Imported Hoie lor l.udiej and i lilldn-ii
Ladies' l'lmiisliin0; (iooils!
All the very iiiti'fl di-ain. I'rii-ea a low po
slb'.e and )!oods marked In plain 11 r.-w . Will not
be undersold. Call and examine. No trouble to
how eooda. Ladle who do not sue what (liry
waul will pWu".iiii.; fori'.
The 0nlty Reined v
I'D AT ACTS AT THK SAME TIM)'. ON
AND THK KIDXKVS,
Tins fomliln'd a thin Ivik II wonderful power
vo curs an aiseiwu.
Why a'm-: wk Sick'?
Rec.KUS'l we allow llewe u-roat oiaus to beeiiiue
cloiiL'ed or lortnd, and tiolxiiioui. liuinor are hrtc
fore forced lino the blood thai iboiild lie supelli d
DILLIoUHNKNS. I'll.hS. i ( iss'i 1 1' ATloN
KIDNKY COMI'LAISTS. lltlNAKV Dlb
K ASKS. FKMAI.lt WKAhNK. hl.1
AND N KKVol S bCsultDKHs,
by rulnf free nellnn of iliess on'atis and r tor
lliglhrli power 10 iu row (in uiene
Wliv Suffer II I.ioms pains andilie
Why tormented with Files Conslipailuu'
Why trlnlitened over disordered Koine?
Why einiiT uiirvons and sli k lo'ailin lies '
li Imve sle. p. s nliflils'
fs KIDNF.Y WOIIT tud rejolee In lleslib.
U Is a dry, veifi table iiiinpoiind a ml
One parVm's Will Male si I ipim'tH of Medleliie
Oct It nt ycur l)riiiilst. lie will order U fur rou
' p.i... i ai hi
WKLLH. ItlCllAllDStN i CO.. I'roprktnrs,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTIiltKO AT THK POST OFFIC'K IN V.klWK IL
LINOIS, AS HF.CONIMM.ASS MATTKU.
Ol'rlCIAL I'AI'EttOF ALKXANUKUCOCNTV.
oTi 1 y Morniriff Daily in Southern Illinois.
Caiho.111.. February IS itW
liar. Their. Huyi Wind. Vtl Weather
8 a in Jo.TO SS M N K 8 far
; iters : W N 9 Hear
in ' :!0.7l III ! N V! Clear
Sp m , tui.ii'-l :li tW X H Clear
"".MatTmuin Temperature. 419; Mlulniuni Tem
perature. -.TS; tlainfall 0 Inch
ItiuTHI feet iMuchee.
Seii't Signal Corp. . U. 8. A-
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
SILVER PLATED TABLE WARE.
The knives, forks ami spoons (ton or ta
ble I sent out by the Xew Englum! Silver
Plate Co., of Xew llnven, Conn., have al
ways given the host of satisfaction, as they
are mado of that purest of metals, steel,
with pure niekel and silver. Any one
needing a supply ought to write for a circu
lar, or send 8-" cents for a sample set of tea
I am now ready and willing to receive
the revenue of 1S7J. ami in my opinion tax
payers will find it to their interest to pay
without further notice and xive- the penalty
that attaches on dclituiueiit tax-payers, etc.
Yours truly, John Huimes.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE
to go for boots and shoes either to have
them made to order or buy ready made, is
at C. Koch's, Cotiinrercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets. He bought his
stock of boots and shoes, leather and find
ings belore the late rise, and will give the
public the beuefit by selling at the old
prices. Io not fail to call when in need of
;oixls in his line.
Xote Heads as low as $J per 1.000.
Letter Heads as low as $3 75
Imperial Bill Heads as low as $2 per
Bills Lading as low as 50 per 1,000.
Envelops and printing $2 50 to $t 00
At Tiif. Rn.LF.TiN job office.
JosFi'H A. Evans, at Clifton, X. 15., thus
writes to Mr. Fellows: "I believe, under
kind Providence, that .Mr. Fellows' Com
potind Syrup of Hypoplmsphites has been
the means of restoring both my wife and
daughter. The latter from Tubercular Con
sumption and I hope the afflicted will avail
themselves of its uie."
Oru present hanking system is a va.t
improvement on that of twenty years ago.
as every one must admit who retneml.ers
the trouble we had with wild cat money.
Any man who is so bilious as to deny this
should take a dose of Mott's Liver Pills,
and recover hi.-, normal lulitan condiiion
as sin in as possible.
FiioM a UisTiMit isiiki) Physician.
Prof. Green, a distinguished allopathic phy
sician, wrote to the Medical Record, of At
lanta, On., to the ellVct that after all other
means had failed, he sent for the Kidney
Cure, (Side Kidney and Liver Cure), and to
his astonishment cured a serious eatj of
Bright' Disease by administering it, and
afterwards found it equally bcrn-l'icia! in
other cases, lie advised his brother physi
cians to use it in preference to aiiylhing
else for kidney disorder.
Tmk PiqfVNT and charming actress.
Miss Marian Mordunt, of the Broadway
theater, New York, was taken suddenly
with a severe hoarseness was unable to
perform; a trieinl recommended Gilo-.' Lin
iment Iodide Ammonia; the cute was rapid
Giles' Pills cures suppression. Sold hy
all druggists. Send for pamphlet. Dr.
Giles. 1S.M) West Broadway. Ttial si- 25
cents. Barclay Brothers, agents.
FkMok DoCTolts. The fee of doctors is
an item thai vcrv many tiers ins are iiit.-r-
stecl in just at present. e believe the
schedule for visits is ;(, which would tax
a tn in confined to his bed for a year, and
in need of a daily visit, over $l,oi)i) u year
tor u tneiiical alti-ndaiiee alone ; And one
single Oottle ot Moll Hitters laKeti m lime
would save the $1,0011 and all Ihe yi.ar's
My Gixii) Woman why are you so out of
sorts, never able tu tell tolks thul you are
well; Ten to one it's all caused in the first
place hr habitual constipation, w hich has
no doubt finally catiscil deranged kidneys
and liver. The sure runt for constipation,
is the celebrated Kidney. Wort. It is also
u specific remedy for all kidney and liver
liseases. 1 housatlds in,, cured by It every
mouth. Try it at once
Wvsox, Bradford Co., Pa.
Messrs, Morgan A; Allen, 5!l John St. New
Dear Sirs, -I hud the "Constitution
Water" an excellent remedy for the diseases
for which it is recommended, I have used a
considerable of it in my practice with en
tire success. have on hand ac.aseofeu
larged prostate, gland with irritability ol'
tin neck of the bladder, which I cannot re
lieve with anything as well as Constitution
Water. You will please send me one-half
doen buttle by express, CO. D.,as hodii as
possible, lis the druggists til T iwandu have
none at present. I expect vou to make the
iiHinil discount which you make to druggists
mid physicians. Direct to Oliver C. Styles,
M. D. Ask voiir druggist for it.
antki.-Sherman A: Co,, Marshall
Mich., want un agent in this county at
once at a wilury of ifloO per month am
expenses paid, For full paitieulars a 1
dres us uiwu
CAIRO BULLKTIN: FRIDAY MORNING, VKBRUARV 20, 1880.
(;knkral local items.
A Bonanza for druggists. Sr. Jacob's I
" u i
-Sipe water has again made its appear-
ance in lopnsj grove. The sewer is secure- I
Prof. Hunry Floyd, who is reported a
good speaker, will address the Reform
Buckwheat flour, cracked wheat, oat
meal, dried apples and peaches, at Pettis &
The doors of our business Imuses were
closed yesterday owing to the coolness of
We regret to learn that Mr. W. M.
Cuudiff's little baby, which made its ap
pearance about two weeks ago, has the
A branch lodge of the Coal Miners'
union was established at DuQuoiu a day or
two ago, with John Sturdevattt as presi
dent. Races were ignored.
Xat Prouty says he has lived in Cairo
"since the flood" (not Noah's "ilood") and
has never known times to be better than
they have been of late.
Mi. Tilden no longer allows his secre
tary to open Irs letters, but allows him to
use his Thomas Hair Soap, thnt he bought
of Cr. E. O'Hara. Cairo. 111.
A nice line of New Orleans sugar and
molasses at very low prices at Pettis &
Springfield Journal: "And now it is
reported that Hon. J. II. Oberly is serious,
ly thinkiugof moving The Caiko Bi i li tis
office to this city, and running a paper
of his own here."
The Excelsior division of the high
school literary society, will give another of
their interesting entertainments this after
noon. The best talent in the room will be
called into action and those who attend
may expect a rare treat.
Mr. Thistlewood. who has lately pur
chased the l"t on Thirteenth street which ex
tends from Washington to Poplar, is hav
ing the blacksmith shop removed there
from and contemplates filling it to the
heiaht of the adjoining lots.
We are requested to inform the numer
ous readers of Tub Bu.i.KTiN that a ser
mon will be preached from the music stand
at the corner of Washington and Tenth on
Sunday next, at 10 o'clock a. m. Rev.
Smith Woods, a gentleman of color, will
there and then hold fort.
Mr. Henry Breihan yesterday traded
one ot his horses to Ben Thistlewood for a
handsome buggy and harness, ami wss out
trying the merits of the vehicle he obtained.
I'nlesH appearances are more than ordinar
ily deceitful, he obtained a good bargain.
A debate will take place in the Chris
tian church on Eighteenth street to-night,
in which two colored gentlemen, Messrs. A.
Leonard and Milton Jenkins, will en-
gage. The question under discussion w ill
be, "What would prove the greatest loss to
a man. rcnutation. money or friends;" Xo
charge for admittance.
-Superintendent Gotin in having com
pleted the reconstruction of the Washing
ton avenue sewer, was yesterday, with a
force of men, at work laying down sewer
liipeson the corner ot Twentieth and Com
mercial. The portion of tin: sewer which
is to be reconstructed on Commercial, ex
tends from Nineteenth to Twentieth street,
mid prol.ably. it will be run one hundred
and fifty feet back of the Xew York store.
--Fresh mackerel, salmon, lolwters. sar
dines, cod lish. cod fish bail", etc., at Pettis
-- Fire was discovered on th" root of F.
Vincents building on the corner of Eighth
street and Ohio levee, nbout twelve o'clock
yesterday. The alarm was promptly
given by the Anh's bell and was
at once taken tip by all
the others. The Arab's reached the scene
first and had fhe flames under control be
fore any of the other companies arrived.
The house was not insured. Xo serious
lauiage was done
-Tin-walk on tin- north side of Com
mercial avenue. between Eighth and .Ninth
streets, has been tilled at a cost o fifty dol
lars, we believe, but so long as it remains
in its present condition, the filling might
ave been dispensed with, since walking
upon it is equal to walking in the middle
of the road. Should the body of gentle
men who have the reconstruction of that
walk in charge awaken from their Hip
Van Winkle sleep the public would be
At a special meeting of the Knight's of
Honor, held in their hall night before last,
pro' ision was made for the proper celebra
tion of their first anniversary. After some
debate it was decided to honor the event
by a lecture from some promi
nent member of the order and a commit
tee consisting of Dr. W, R. Smith, Sr.,
dipt. W. M. Williams and Mr. Pctinyba
ker, was appointed to invite several statu
officers of the order to deliver addresses
here on that day, and to procure a suitable
hall for the accommodation of the members
and all others who nitty wish to attend.
The entertainment will be free nnd will
undoubtedly prove interesting and instruc
tive to all. The lodge is a comparatively
now institution in this city, but has ulready
assumed large proportions. Particulars
will be Hindu public in duo time,
Try our choice ham i and breukfast
I buciiii, the lct in town. I'cltu & liird.
Mr. Henry Breihan is having a shed,
for the protection of his wagons and team
i.v.tntinl l.otu'i.et liiu fiinttwtr nn1 io.i lu.llaii
And since we hare mentioned the ic house
we want to say that none, better can bo
f)UnJ in tho vy it was built last ye ,.r
M.K,0iy fl)r Mr. Breihau's business, and
constructed on tho latest and scien
tific plan. The second story of
the building is sufficiently large to hold
two car loads of the frigid luxury and the
floor, while it is arranged so as to admit
the cold atmosphere down into the first
story, where the beer is kept, not one drop
of water ever finds its way down there.
Two double doors guard against the admit
tance of warm air.
We were yesteiday informed by Depu
ty Slicritf Olmsted, that Khey Boyd, the
young Padncahian who was arrested by
Chief Lallue in this city, was not imprison
ed upon his arrival in Piducah, hut was per
mitted to go to his home. His mother, who
is very wealthy, will, it is understood, com
promise with the offended parties and thus
right the wrong the young mail caused.
Young Rhey's father, whose name was
Lynn Boyd, is remembered to have been a
gentleman of much learning and great
popularity who could go to congress from
his district as often as he pleased. He
was twice chosen speaker ot the house of
representatives, and hence exerted no lit
tle influence over the m.mihcrs of congress,
and more or less influenced legislation.
He had amassed a large lortiuie at the
time ol his death.
Being near the court house yesterday,
and remembering that Mr. E. F. Davis
could be found there, we dropped in not
to intcrwiew him but to chat with him.
We hniud him lying on his double bed
which occupies the greater part of the cell.
He shook us by the hand very heartily and
was evidently pleased to receive a visitor.
His bed which he had furnished himself is,
of course, a good one: on the floor was an
old carpet: on one of the walls was a
looking glass and aclock. while on the oth
er were posted a number of pictures from
the Police News. He had only
the highest praise for our
sheriff, who, he said, was treat
ing him in the best possible manner,
and permitted him to walk about the
building. His attorneys are .Messrs. Liu
gar A Lansden. and he thinks it possible
thai he uiny not get a hearing before Sep
teinlier. Jim Suuimerwcll was yesterday at
work with a number of laborers raising the
large tirown building at the corner of
Thirteenth street and Washington avenue,
preparatory to moving it to the corner of
Thirteenth and Poplar. The lots upon
which it now stands are the property of
The follow ing from tiie session laws of
this state for 179 is of public interest: If
any person shall desire to redeem or pur-
cm. any tract oi .anu or un lonci.e,,
i . - e i . , i . r r : . .. I ...
the state, he shall apply to the county
clerk, who shall issue his order to the coun
ty collector, directing him to receive from i
said person the amount due on said tract or
lot. which shall in no case be less than ten
per cent, on all taxes forfeited, and twenty
five per cent, on all taxes hereafter levied
and forfeited, in addition to the
tax, special assessments. interest
and printers' fees die thereon,
particularly describing the property an
setting forth the amount due; ,ind upon
presentation of said order tn the county
collector, he shall receive said amount
and give the person duplicate receipts
therefor, setting forth a description of
the property and tin amount received
one of which shall be countersigned Oy
the county clerk, and when .) counter
signed, shall be evidence of the redemp
tion or sale of the prop 'ity therein de
scribed, as the case may be, but no such
receipt slull be valid until it is countersign
ed by the county clerk. The other
receipt shall he filed by the county clerk
in his office, and the said clerk shall make
a proper entry of the redemption of sale of
the property on tin books in his ofl'ic, and
charge the amount of the redemption or
sale to the county collet tor. Incase of
sales, the c.leik shall make the receipt in
the torm of a eriiticate of purchase. Prop-
ertv iiiircliused under this section shall bo I
subject to redemption, notice, etc.. the same
as if sold at regular public, tax sale.
Mixed pickles, chow chow, gherkins
and sll kinds of pickles in bottles, kegs
nnd barrels. Just In from the manufactur
ers, at Pet lis Jt Bird's,
John McDonald was yesterday arrest
ed by Officer Schuekers on the street in a
drunken condition. He was lined one dol
lar and costs,
Officer Schiickers yesterday arrested
one of flitr hotel runnrrs who was creating
a disturbance- at one of our wharfs. He
will be tried to-day.
Chief Lallue is making our draymen
"con.e to time" lu other words, after
giving them due notice, he is forcing
tlicin to pay their license
Mr. Valentine Resell yesterday had
one of our citir.etu arrested, charging him
with abusive language. When brought
before Justice Robinson, it proved to be a
"clear case," and the oifender was lined
five dollars and costs. The money being
paid, "the justice," in the language of
John Shoehan, "mounted his lubie and
clapped bis wings and crowed."
Harriett Everett, the woman, who for
aouic U:uu 1m l iu her postsiou tho watch
Ull. el. W. THOMA R'
H A I II SOAP,
A WONDERFUL FERTILIZER CONTAINING THE ACTIVE PRINC! PLU FOIl
TI IK HUMAN IT .A lit.
Tho hair ami sculp to a normal condition, thlrkciu thin hair, stop It fulling out and prevents dundrii.f
All Scaly, CriMy, Cutaneous (Eruption of the Scalp, allay the ItuhlnL' Honsuilon ami will preserve 'h
Hair for Lifetime.
rr wim, not noiie
The most delicate fabric., and Is decidely preferable to t'reasv olut meiits, deleterious touir and po . ei
washes, while It Is inueli chetiper in price, and free frniullis iiupleasnntui.'ss iiieldeiit to their us
TIIK HOAP KMl'LOYKI)
Is purely vei;etnlile, ami simply a vehicle eoiitalniui; cosily inedleineii spcrldrully fur the hir ami scsip,
which remain linnet when incorporated with a neutral oiip.
Prepared under the immediate It,, I T 'VlllWf Kii , . , u . ,. 4
lu-tructionsoi l'l. UlUalao, Hair and Scalp Speriakst
Price 50 cent per cake. Three cakes $ 1.25. GEO. E. O'HARA, Sole Agt, Cairo, III.
of which Col, Jim Johnson with robbed,
and who was placed under bond of two
hundred dollars at the last term of the cir
cuit court, was yesterday released from the
county jail. The bond upon which she was
released requiring the signatures of two
justices of the pence, and Justices Osboru
and Coinings signed it. The woman was
one of the "Fifth streeters" and had the
watch secreted w hile the robbers made good
Torn O'Xcil.the keeper of the restaur
ant adjoining the Illinois Central passenger
depot was yesterday evening arrested by
Constable Sheehan upon a wurrunt sworn
out by George Lohr, who is connected, in
some capacity, with the depot. O'Neil, it
is said, while under the influence of liquor
yesterduy evening, put after Mr. Lohr with
an open knife, threatening, at the same time
to kill him. and would doubtless j landscape a spring like appearance not ;i'
have curried out his threat had Mr. Lohr j nil in keeping with the idea, of wiut-i
not secreted himself. O'Xeil, although of j "brown and bare"
gentlemanly appearance, is a notoriously I Sheep ruining is receiving some attente.i
bad character, who has several times "paid j in this ueighUirhood of late -several rlom
visits" to our city jail tor various offences, j already being numbered by the hundreds
He is, w hen drunk, generally regarded by I The young Cotswolds and Southdowns ca
tho.se who know him, as very dangerous. In i pering in the green pastures, promise many
order to keep the peace, he will doubtless a toorbsoiue ilinnei for Cairo families when
be placed under bond to day, and should ; tin- season for green peas arrives. Strange
he be unable to give bond, he will be given to flute, the fanner's daughters do n-
a rare opiHutuuity to cultivate the acquaint-; Icara to spin and weave the beuti'i:!
ance of our genial sheriff in the county wool from these ticks, and i'
jail. A lirtle ling-ring in !mibo would t.Vl., ashum-d of the mother's old
prove very wholesome to him. j wheel if she happens to own one yet ; o i:i
PERSONALS : stead of being clal in warm hoincp::.i
-Mr. F. Vincent is slightly under the ! 1"n,l"lsi they shiver through the winter in
wfitli'-r I s':i,.v cotton hardly worth the thread i'
I. J. Tiiylor.ol' Metropolis was yesterday ' ,i,k'' '" il "!'
in th" city ' i n' '"r,lrs "''s question to m
- Mr. Allen J. M .o,'. of Pad ucah. was , m:"''- M'V will people north and east .'
yesterday s.ri,i:i,o:i our streets. j u l,k,'k "P H'cir worldly goods uti i
-Mr. G.sh. brother-in law of Mr. C. R. j ,nlllb't-- ''' 'o the fir west, passing by this
Woodward, is reported ill eo-itinod to his j country which affords r.i -.h line opportin;
house by consumption. j
Mrs. Nat Prouty has returned from le-r :
visit to New Orl'-a'i. to w hich piace sle-
went to see the grand carnival sights.
to puv a visit tn relative winch she had
, , ., , . .
not s :en in twelve ears. hilc tln-re s..
renewed the acquaintance of people from
. . . I,,, .
Germany with whom in the "oishI old d.ivs !
von-. hi; used to atteinl ,-iiiii. Miewas
pleasantly surprised on all hands.
A MONl'K MAN Are they stockmen : They can find ra
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IKIKs II O.N A
KWV i.r.U.1 v.S Will. his IN
I Oil TltHi K'o If IlIK KM'I.UIMKM.
The following winch we take from tie
St. L'llli Post-Dispatch 'i!l be found of in
terest to i-ir citizens, since tin- Sain Houston
thenin iiieutioned foim-riy "resided" in
this ciiy and is quite well known here:
A Mr. Ilium, who dwells in the wilds
east nf East St. Louis, turned up at tie- of
fice o the chief' of police this morning and
, exhibited a bad bleak on his lei', cheek
bone. lie was accompanied by a delega
tion id lilinoi, . ms, including Chief of po
lice Reiisha'. and some other sympathizing
"What is the matter with your cheek :"
queried a reporter.
"Til. it's where he hit me."
"Wlio hit you ;"
"Why. Nun Houston. Didn't ymi In-sr
a jout it :"
"Well, was silting in the car running
inio H i.-t Louis, and a fellow came in
and sat down In-side me and began t dlvin
about the crops and the third term and thai
Pieity soon another fellow came in and sat
down on the opposite seat and said le-'d
1 .,.!.'..., ...t unrir Mil I
cr partv dropped in and asked him how, j
and he said if In
had 11 pack of cards he
Would show him. Well, this fellow said
he had a pack, and then the second fellow
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(mi ii now, i wo or uucf 111111 ;uo inv
partner. Sam Houston his name was I found
out afterward, said that nobody could rob
him m that game
Well, with that they began betting and
Houslou kepi winning money to no end
from the fellow that had been robbed, and
Houston wanted me to bet too, but I
wouldn't do it, because I suspected them,
and so 1 took my money out of my vest
pocket nnd was going to put it in my trous
ers when Houston snatched it und ran for
the cur door. I followed him and we hud
a light on the platform. He had tried to
throw me between the cars mid when he
found he couldn't he jumped from the car
and I jumped ul'ter him in spite of his
threats. Well we had it again when I
caught up wilh him and it wound up with
my tinning Mr. Sam Houston over to the
"Did you get your money backf"
"No, not yet, but the police have it. It
is all light."
"When did this happen.'"
"This morning. ''
Wiikn you sillier from sick honduclie,
dizziness, constipation, ;t.)., remember Car
ter's Little Liver Pills will relieve you.
One pill is u dose.
FROM NEW GRAN D CHAIN.
Ml Ml WINTKIl SIIKK1 II UNI NO 00(111 KARM
INO LANDS HONKST NKIO IlliOltS M HOOI.
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The mild winter now so neatly ended hit
been very delightful in the country. My
tea roses ami honeysuckles have been stow
ing all winter, mid doubtless would hav
bloomed too but for an occasional frosty
night, and as long ago as last month I
found new bu ls at the root of a tig tree
which grows at the sunny side of the
house. The wheat fields w ith their carpet
ot light green standing out in bold re!i-f
against the dark back-ground of foresr.
here and there coutia.sting with the deeper
green of blue grass and clover, give to tin-
ties, alike to farmers, fruit grower jii f
stockmen; re they farmers! Her.- at
acres and acres of tine corn ami w heat land
i'lioirr-tl mill ro'i.ii t,r fln fitroi'. nr ur, I,. I
, . ' '
.im.I u iihn,, t,.r Ci. ..v. If, tlt.i Ipnl
i - .
I giowi.isf We nave lulls gi'iitlv sloping tn
. , '
; a, I points ot the compass, etching the s i-i
j ' ' , . .
I that would sonii redden toe juicy cic-eks -if
I v. .qe.ii jm i, an i ins coinraic-. ai i
.... ... ' I 1 I ' ;
stiil nther hills st'-eply inclining ready i
he tr iiisl'ormed into fruitful vineyards
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vin.-s are green all winter long.
V. and I. C. raiiroads and Onto rlv .r tic
nisii facilities for shipping produce wiiii ;.
blin e (lie m tikets of the lnrge chic very
near; our Climate is i harming the y.-tr
aricind, the health of the ountiy is jjoo'i:
our people are quiet ami well behave i ,
One can leave the doors uill'sk
ed, quilts and feather bed on'.
i to slill, th-' til ills md and
odds and ends on the back porch, wiiii"
away spending the day at a neighbor'',
and on returning at sundown, fuel every
! thing safe.
One old lady was quite surprised ia'eiy,
j on returning to le-r house, alter an absence
of two weeks, at finding her best bed
! tumbled, and bearing uumistakeable ev;
deuce of haiug been occupied, othciwi
the house was just as she had left it.
has lived in that house "us girl nnd womea
nigh onto forty year, and there has m.ve:
been a lock on the door.'" From this ,,n,
she will I oblecged to tote a key nr' tiii I
, j wilh her" and thinks tin- ( iin'ry i goi.ig
to the iiogs.
News from the rural regions, whicli
j would interest city people, is not easy to
I find, besides, this is not i ru-w.-y place
! .aieiv a oreee sprung up in me scno.'i
lien, Allien V lllHM'fi uif u'iicntT. u .Hj.:
.hln vi 1. I tin 1 11 lit it ill inti ul I i-1 11 .111 1 -i l(.
j wj(, miv number of commendatory letters
1 .11111 I I 1 N It III'- ii.-miii(i-ii 111 hi i'irtni- 1
in his pockets, clear out, in spite of his
appeal to the law, Mr. Gillain. of
your city is now teaching the school.
Uc Menu Cured, Not Merely Rclieycil
And Can Prove. What we Clnhn.
flTlicro am no failures and no disappoint
liieuts If you are Iroiiiiied wll.li SICK IIKAl)
ACIIK you (-1111 be easily nnd (pili kly cured, as
hliliiireds have been slrealy Wo.liull he. pieucd
iiriiinil sheet of tciitliiiinili.ls to any liiternsled.
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Also curu ull forms of !lllloiisms. prevent Constl
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distress from' loo heart v eutliirf, correil Disorder
ul tli" Moium h. SHI nulalu Hie Liver, mill lleuiilniii
the' llowels. 'I'hey ilu all this bv hkhiii Jnt nn
lit t lu pill Ml ll ilovjn. They ure pur ly vee,':tnb!c. do.
not ifrlpii or puruv, und um ss neurly purt'i i:l s
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