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THE DAILY CAIRO HUI.LETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FKBKUAR-i S3, 1830.
ALL AlKRI.TIsKMBNTS Iii thin minimi, ill
Si " linen i-ni'li nr will bo piilili-lioil lor i'i
snot on. Iiinortion ; ) omen. ") u iiu; 1 ve.k. l';
tnunlu, 3 linnillio wH!..tul i-liui;e. per
ii ill ill. Each additional Hue, prorata. Slum: '.on
tnu'. il free,
To learn the curpi-utrr and .:oiner'n trade. Mud
ko naart and active. 17 tu 1'.' youm uf uuf.
JN. A. I'00!!K.
Dwelling aud four lotn-very denlraldu property -oa
outhoant . oruvr Till ntreet ami .lenVri-oii Avenue,
M. J. UUWi.EV, K.-bI Kntnte Aijeut.
Ownkiis ami pun-h-snors of real estate In Cairo
should In1 Miiri- thev have a cotnl tltlf. I am now
prepared to furnlnl 'ah-tractn hi reunonuhle rate-?.
1 M. KASTKKDAY.
OlMre In Court Hiiiiho.
All inJc'r Good fur -JIOl. If applied on any ctyle
f)rt clnt Mcndlcnnhou 1'liuio. Will bo Bold low.
Apply at torn ottioi'.
Mm. 1. .1 llyrtie ran accomtiioilate few diiy
boadem. also iiuard and room fur two. l'flce very
low. Appiv at iii'r 1iou.l- UeNt to I'm Cntliolto
rbiirrlniii Wa-hini:!on atomic.
HOUSE AND LOT FoH SALE.
Homo ami lot nituatod on Jotlemmi and Thlr-tc-eu'b
ntreel htwi!cuJi'tfcrion and Otlar atrccis.
Said property Mtuatcd un follows, to-wit : J.ol mini
fcered il li hlorlc number (1) In the Third addition
tolbcritv of Cairo. For further pnrilrularn iu
quire at the house. THOMAS II. WINTliK.
Dated tlil. UUi day ol'Foli. lsso.
II. MAREAN, M. D..
HoiVit'O'iitliic I'liyniciun and Surgeon.
(lice 11 C . amerclal uvvnue. ltosidcnro corner
v iiirieontli st. and Vuniiigtou avenue, Cairo.
11 M. V. WHITLOCK,
trpuK No. Wi Commercial Avenue, between
EiUu::i atiii Nlnili Strecu
r. w. (.'. jocelyn.
I) K NTIST,
OFFU'K EiulilL Street, near Commerc ial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFl'KJ R :-W'i!h the Widows' and Oorpuaus' Mu
ual Aid Society.
iT. LOL'IS, CAIiiO AND PADl'UAII.
The K.i-.'ant Sidewdec! P.ineni;er Steamer
LeBve .'liro every .Mo.idiy and TimMd.iy f ir
Cape li'r ir !i a:i. SI. l.u;tt.-. and wa iMiJin.'-. For
frriilit or pa-Hiie apply to SOL. A SlLVK!!.
ILL WllIX'KINC COMPANY,
Ha x itioue:! their wrecking bo it
At Cairn, whiire tliey liuvn cvervtliiti'.' needed 111
the diviTi' line, "'ea'il pinup. !iii". elue);.. an-
Churn ill hire or e.jiiirai t lor a'.i Uindi of
111 CAM HILL. or. .1. L. S!! ALL'.'KOSS.
Cairo. !',!-. Lu'il.ii'ilic. Ky.
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K 1 1) X E Y ffoKT
I'tM'iiiruiciit ly C'tiros
JL.IVEK COM PEA, INTS
U3! U. 11. CLARK, South Hern, Vt . hkv: "In
f awn of Kidnev 1 rimMof it leif in led jiko lt elmiiH.
I: bu i-iiiod m.. I y ery luni eaten oi !'ile, ami
Lan never fulled to act eiRrieiitly .
NKI.Sl.lN FAIIU1I1I.1I. of SI. Albaim. Vt ,Mn:
In of prlei-lenn K:l!0. Afl.T iMeill Jeliin nf
V're.'ii Mitierinu from I'iii am! CiiHtiwiiev' it ruin
p I 1 1 1) cured me."
C. S. HtKlAlKiN. of li 'rlliiie. n.yn. 'one pud;-
au"' liii done oiiil" i' tor me l.i i'o;npn.:el. ciinu
nevtt" I.lvev and Uulno Coti.p'.uiiit."
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UKCAUSK IT ACTS ON THE I.IVl'.lt. TIIK
130WL1.S ANIi KIL'NEVS AT THE SAME TIME.
I!ee!i!e I'leannen the njti III of Hie .iil-liiil
liiiiiicil" that lievelope ill Kiilnev nnd I r: nary
riinea- Uilou.iie--. .laiivdiee. iiihI :;iut u ni . I'llen
or in lllKUiiiiilipiii. Nenii.leiuaiii! l-einuiedi-oiileiB,
KMiNEY-WolIT In a dry vegetable eompoiind
and rati he netil hj inail pit-paid.
One l'iuiiii:e will make k1 iinirls ol Mi (Heine.
TRY IT NOW!
Il'iy It nl tlui Itnulnin. l'riee. $1 .110.
WELLS. HAIIliSON ,V ( ((,. Pi-upr!et(.rn,
Iinvll-.ii;lon. Vt, I!
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Highest Medal ut Vienna & l'liil.ulelpliia
E.iV II. T. ANTHONY K CO.,
iVtl Urotitlwiiy, N'w York.
Manufacturer. Importer and
Velvet Frames, Albums. Gruplioseopt's,
Stcirusropes ami Viuws. Engrav
ings, (.'liroinos, Photographs,
And Kiudr"d Ooo.ln-Oelebr'tion. Actrcaaen, Etc.
Photomphic Materials' !
Wo arc l!eudiU.irtern fot Kmylhili;.'
tk thu way of
SteK'(it icons, Miiic Lanterns
Each Mylc lieinu the hrt of In cian
Iu tlie tiititt.ut ,
Il.'H'ttlf'll Phot')jrsplirTrai)tnreticlo' uf StutU
arv and UiiirravlLire for tin; window.
i'oMcX (tlan. Mu'ltifiietiirer ot Velvet ir.unen
for lintae:retud Loav.-v (iln-n I'kluren.
f a'aloene of I.nn'ertia and Sl.e, w'.th direc
tion ioi'naiUK. t'lit uu luccipl ol Ku Coiile. 'i uw-
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTKHCD AT Till! J'oST Ol'HCE IX CAIKO, IL
I.1NOIS, AS KU'OSD-CI.ASS MATTF.K.
(Tirit'IAL I'A.'K It OF ALEXANH EK OL'STY.
Only Murninj Daily In Southern Illiuois.
Camo.IlL. February IHi'i
"liar. Ther. Hum Wlud. Yd Weather.
fi a m :vi.ll
T " MM)
10 " :Ri.'i
a p.m., M'.'.sii
Marlmum Temperature. OS ; Miutiuu tu Tew
i cmtiirii. 4ti : Kalnfall 0 Inch.
I(l. r 11 feet 5 Inch.
W IT. KAY.
Seru't Signal Cortm. U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
At A. Hulloy's on Cominerdtil avenue op
posite Seventh sla-L't. The laru'i-st a:il
finest stock to le fouii'l in thn city. Tin
and itollowwure of all kinds. Fine cut
lery, a larifi' assortment of bird ca-,res.
f'isliin.o; tackle in great variety, hooks,
lines, rods and reels. Shot guns and hunt
ers' outfits, ammunition, etc. A new sup
ply of the Eissell carpet sweepers. Garden
and farm implements. Flower baskets
and hardware of all kinds. Carpenters'
tools, cro.vs-ctit saw, wood saws, etc.
Cooking stoves, the best m the market.
Call on him and examine his stock and
prices before you buy.
W. C. T. U.
The ladies of the W. C. T. I', will ;ive
it supper at lleform Club hall on Thursday
evening, commencing at live o'clock sharp.
Supper 2") cents. Ice cream extra. The
proceeds are for the benefit of the temper
A special meeting of the Delta City Fire
company will be held this (Wednesday)
evening. All members ate requested to be
present, a important business will be trans
acted, Ciias. Ostf.ri.oii,
Cairo, Ills., Feb, 2.1, 1S.
THE CIIEAl'ES'I PLACE
to jo for boots and shoes either to have
them made to order or buy ready made, is
at C. Koch's, Cci'uimercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets. He bought hi
stock of boots and shoes, leather and find
ings before tlte late rise, and will give the
public the benefit by selling at the old
prices. Do not fail L call when in need of
goods in bis line.
coal: coal: :
I am prrp'ired to fcraisli the citizens of
Cain wi;h a amid quality ot coal at the
lowest rates. I'pun leaving orders at the
corner of Tenth an 1 Commercial, it wiii )
delivered to any part of the city.
Kl SToN I'.UTTEU.
This celebrated cin-ie.' butter at the New
Yoik Store by the tub cents, by tne cady
f..r family iNe '.'S cents.
C. . Patu:i.& Co.
Note Heads as low a per U.lM.
Letter Heads as ! w n '
l.f iti i.i.
Imperial Iliil Heads as low as $2 per
liilis Lading as low as 50. per l,0(ifi.
Envelops and printing $2 ."() to s (KJ
At Tin: Hi i.i.r.riN job oflice.
A WONDKUVI L ClUK. Oi' Dll'TIIKIllA.
Three of my children had Dipthoii i in its
worst form. Skin dry, lips parched, cmi'.d
not swallow. With a feather I applied
(iiles' Liniment Io.lide Ammonia to the
tonsils, rubbed it over their throats and
chests. Great chunks of stu:V cam tVoju
the throats, the skin became moi-l. fever
left them, and under the Almighty rare I
iitlritii'.te theirc.i'e to Dr. Giles' Liniment,
lane Kelly, corner Totmelli avenue and
I'.leerker.st'., .lersev City HeiuitN N. .1.
i'l'.Ks OK Diit'Tnlis. The fee of doctors i
un item that very many persons are inter-e.-ted
in just at present. We believe the
.schedule for vi.-.iis i which would tax
a man c.-niiued lo hi-bed for a year, mil
in need uf a daily visit, over $ I,o!) a year
for a medical attendance alone I And one
.-ingle bottle ol Hop Hitters taken in time
would save the ijd.OHO nnd all the year's
Good Evim.Nt !; - When such men ns the
Kev. Dr. Uankin. Rev. Dr. Harvey. Father
Fitz Gerald. Prof. Green, Dr. Hartine. Col.
John K. McChesney. E, W. Neil', and a host
of others equally trustworthy, certify over
their own signatures to the marvelous ef
ficacy of Winner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure, in the diseases for which it is recom
mended. It is time to dismiss doubts on the
Gills' Pii.i.s cures painful menstruation.
Sold by all druggists. Send for pamphlet.
Dr. Giles. DM West l'.roadway. N. Y. Tiial
size '!' cents. Itarelay l!ros.. agents.
111-.. iit.atk in Si;nu;'itoN-.- In our en
deavors in preserve health it is of the ut
most importance that we keep the secretory
system in perfect condition. Hie well
known remedy Kidney-Wort, has specific
action upon the kidneys, liver and boweis.
I'se it instead of dosing with, vile bitters or
drastic pills. It is purely vegetable and is
prompt but mild in action.
A Sad AtrniKNT. A little child, the
daughter of Arthur Hanks, F-sq., of Canton,
tall mto a tub of hot water yesterday and
was btul l y scalded. The immediate ttptili
ration of Henry's Carbolic Salve, which was
fortunately in the house, instantly removed
the pain, mid the little sufferer is now out
Wantld. Sherman & Co., Marshall,
Mieh., want an nirent in this county at
once at a salary of ijHiO per month and
e.vpe'is. s tend. I-of fail particulars nd
- us a ',ve.
GRNKKAL LOCAL ITEMS.
The New York store sports a handsome
new delivery wagon.
-The ri,o,ar store lately opened in the
Phillips building, on the corner of Four
teenth and Washington has collapsed U
It Is only necessary to announce that
the young ladies will give a supper at He
form Club hall to-morrow night to insure a
full turn out. Sec advertisement in another
Pittninn, the negro who stabbed young
Willie Tessier at Mound City, has been sen
tenced to imprisonment for life. He deserved
nothing less and, unless he is pardoned,
this sentence will be harder on him than
The air for a day or two has been
filled with rumors of arrests and re-arreN
for gambling, and it has also been tilled
witli the smoke of the "Faultless" five cent
cigar. The demand is un piecedented.
Sold by F. Korsmcyer, Ohio Levee, corner
We are informed by a lady who at
tended Mardi Gras tit New Orleans that
strawberries, lettuce, etc. were already to
be h id in abundance and at comparatively
reasonable prices in that city.
Eliza Pinkston arrived in Washington
Monday and was so changed that her
friends did not recognize her. Sue ac
counted for her improved appearance and
luxuriant head of hair, by saying that dur
ing the past two months she had used
Thomas' Hair Soap.
Mr. A. J. Carl, of livery fame, is train
ing a young colt not "in the way it should
go" only, but also in the way it should
act. nnd is meeting with good success, lie
bought the colt from a Dongola gentleman
only a few weeks ago, and h is already
taught it to obey some very ditliciilt orders
Miss Francis E. Willard, in the last
number of the Signal, pays Cairo the fol
lowing deserved compliment: "And then
Southern Illinois, the 'Egypt' of our mis
apprehension, moves forward with tens of
thousands, led by kindly old Cairo, where
the gallant 'Club' and liberal-hearted
L'nion' share the honors each has earned."
Mr. Andrew Wad.-, Plymouth. Indi
ana, informs us that St. Jacob's Oil is con
sidered an infallible remedy. A Mr. Hils
man called it the best remedy iu the market,
and his neighbor, Mr. Ames, was cured by
it use of rheumatism in the arm. Another
man in the same city, who suffered greatly
with pains iu the side, could get no relief
until Ir.' applied St. Jacob's Oil, which
cure I him.
I In Sunday night last. James It! ley, a
section bu-s on the narrow gauge railroad,
w is st ibbed by a negro ut Hedges' Park.
Piiley, in company with another white man,
attended a negro dance given at that place,
and getting into a quarrel, was stabbed by
the l 'gro before he had a chance to tie
fend himself. He was yester lay reported
very low. The negro was yesterday held
under bond of six hundivd dollars.
We see from "The Local," a newspa
per published iu N idiville. that our former
townsman, Mr. W. II. Pitcher, has sued the
Wayne County Press, published in the same
city, for s.e.nc injustice done him in its col
umns. The amount of damige Mr. Pitch
er rt-ksfoi is live thousand dollars, and he
is apparently in earnest, since he has secur
ed the services of Mr. Alex. Funkcr
housvii, of Fairfield, and two Nashville
lawyers to manage his case.
The other night nt about nine o'clock
two y ning men linding a skill' nt the foot
uf tin; Illinois Central incline appropriated
it to Hi
ir iw for tile fline being
ri it'. They had enjoyed themselves but
for n I -w minutes, however, when mong
mu; the owner of th" skill' and tiemainled
its return, lie- vouthtul p.easure seeKers
approached tlie snore witli it, out upon de
livering it to the owner one of the boys ro
ved a severe liea'iiig and was thrown
i:;!o tu.' liv. r and ;ie..i tuere lor a consider
able time by the owner o;' the skill'. The
.'.her boy made good his escape.
Our council should not allow its atten
tion to lie diverted frmn the important
irob'.eiiis ronnccted with the sanitary coa
lition of the city. The communication from
;he Tax Payers' Association should have
prompt attention an I some plans should be
agtv"d upon, the execution of which would
prevent the appearance of thu yellow fever
in our midst this year. We do not say that
there is the least probability, of the disease
visiting us, hut we bedeve that prompt and
present action of the boar I of health would
(liplcase none of "iir people. Weeks ago
the citie. above us, commenced cleaning up
nn! why we should feel more secure than
they, i a matter not easily explained.
Tiie committees who have ln.a n can
vassheg the city and collecting money for
the dinires,.al ill Iivluud have, so tar, met
with very llattenng success. The down
town committee yesterday evening had on
hand about three hundred nnd thirty dol
lars in ca-.li and about forty dollars prom
ised, while the up town com
mittee had on hand one hundred
and llfty six dollars, The total amount
so far collected is a handsome little sum
winch will serve to furnish many a person
with the necessaries of life for a tiny, nnd
may save dozens from d. nth by starvation
While it is true that these contributions
tire, in comparison with those of larger
cities, only as a drop in the bucket, yet
they sp.;al; loudly for the liberality of our
citizens, nnd have g'eatly encouraged the
eeiitleiv.eu who compose the committees.
According to previous notice Mr.
Hess, of Columbus, Ky., delivered a lec
ture on "The Knights of Honor," at Tem
perance hull lust night. The spacious
room was rilled with intelligent people who
were able to judge of the niei its of both
tlie speaker and the address and, the gen
eral impression was that the lecture was
one of the finest ever delivered ia this city.
The speaker stated that he came entirely
unprepared and could not therefore do jus
tice to himself or the subject. Hut be that
as it may, tho effort was a brilliant one and
called forth the hearty applause and rap
turous culogiums of the hearers. We re
gret our inability to bo present nnd our
lack of space to give a fuller account of
the alfaii, from whut we could learn of
those who atteuded.
Mr. Trousdale, the able editor of the
Metropolis Democrat, who visited this city
not long ago, editorially says, that a Re
publican friend of his iu Cairo lias enlight
ened his darkened understanding us to why
Col. Win. It. Urown, of Metropolis, has thus
far failed to be confirmed commissioner of
the census for this district. The explana
tion is that S un. OUssfor d's vote was the
one which elected Senator David Davis
over Ji!m A. Logan in the win
ter of '77-'Ts and that Glassford
is an applicant for the position:
consequently Senator Davis, as in duty
bound, favors Glasstbrd's appointment in
return lor the favors received in his elect
ion, and, vice versa, opposes Col. lirown
for the reason that tlie colonel went to
Springfield and worked for L gan aga:ut
him. Since both gentlemen arc K -publicans,
and none 1 mt a It-public m will re
ceive the appointment, it is a nutter oi in
difference to The En.i.KTis who of the
fvo gentlemen succeed in getting the of
fice. There is poor choosing between two
rotten apples and the oflice is only a poor
one at best.
Considerable excitement was caused
yesterday forenoon because of the disap
pearance of little Molly, two-year daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ib Pet Us. The child
was permitted to play around in the store
on the corner of Eight street nnd Com
mercial avenue, nnd without being ob
served wandered away. Her nbsi-ncy was
noticed about II o'clock, an hour after her
disappearance, and search w;i iinuie. iately
in-tituted. The alarm spee lliy spread and
soon numbers of people were on the look
out tor tin- f ist child. The mother was
almost distracted with anxiety for the
safety of the little one and for several
hours nothing cm'.d be lear:i"d
to ailay her f-ari or give any clue
to the fate of little M..y. Mr.
Pettis had been diilioently sending
and making inquiries in i-wry part of the
city, but without suece-s, wie. n about 1
o'clock p. in., word reached hint that the
child was up town. A lady named Smith
had foun 1 her aimlc-vdy walking about
just above the court house, and supposing
her to be one of tin; neighbor's children
took her there. liut failing to find tin;
owner she took her home. Tin; rumor that
a child was lost down town soon reach "d
her ears, and she sent wool to Mr. Pettis,
who hurried to the house with the delivery
wagon, and brought tlie mischievous little
runaway back t. its mother's arms.
The time is not far distant when elec
tricity will ! substituted fbr steam. When
fresh air will b; brought from the moun
tains in vast tunnels, and supplied to houses
iu large cities as easily as gas or water.
When the smoke, in large cities will be ;i
drawn by suction into vast tunnels, and
coudri.v"! into rich ('(utilizing matt' -r.
When p-ople will successfully navigate the
air ii aerial ships. When the largest
ocean vessels will sill to and from
Cairo, ladeue.i with passengers who
smoke only K orsacyer's "Faultless."
When science will extinguish superstition
and when Tin: Dillktix will not only be
iv ad in every state iu the Union, as it now
is, but in every town and Ii unlet in th" old
world, and upon the isles of the s as.
Wirei Comings will bury the hatchet ami
.(iiu Suninier.vell will case to brush awav
in. iginary Mies and win (pin going on nqtior
b.-ids, When the fact will be universally
rerMgni.o,, ns we recognize it, t aar i apt.
Wiilhuus is tin invaluable man to the
P.-'forni club nnd that Miss
is the Handsomest young iaiy
in Cairo. When ('lias. Phiflerling will be
our chief of police tiud Joe. Itniickcr will be
captain and owner of a steamboat. When
Hon. Jno. II. Oberly will be president of
the United States mid when Cairo
will be the most prosperous city
iu the Union. When A. .1. Carl
will own hut oik; rat terrier
and p"ople cease telling us that
this ii Mil that should have been left
unsaid by us. When Col, Lowcry wiii be
a married man and Dennis Foley be mayor
of Cairo, 'rt'hen the Sun will bu recogniz
ed by our Republicans as their organ, and
the Argus gains a little more back-bone,
When we will edit a journal
equal to the New York Herald
in this city, and David T. Linegar will
go to congress. When our railroads will
erect costly and handsome denots, and when
Gabriel will blow his trumpet and Repub
licans learn to be truthful. When all these
and many similar wonders are accomplish
ed, inventive genius, and every other kind
of genius, can take a well-enrned rest.
Rest hams in the world ut the New York
store for 10) cU. per pound, retail.
33 1 1. J. W. T I I O M A S '
II AI R SOAP,
A WONDERFUL FERTILIZER CONTAINING THE ACTIVE PRINCIPLE F Hi
TlrllC HUMAN I-FAlPi.
HKrtTOUIlS , ,
The hair aud scalp to a tiurmiil condition, thlckoim thlu hair, aiopn ltn falling out and prevut:t d indi nn
( M'lf I'lS
All Scaly, Crusty, iiitaueoiis Eraptioai! of the Scalp, ul.uyn tin: Itchlna BiMmatloii nnd will pronorwt :.
Hair for a Lifetime.
IT WII.I. NOT SOU.
The rcont dolie.'lto fabric, and U decide!)- prelerutilu to creanv oiiilMor,N,de!eterloiiii tonlcn ai;d poi",'i
wanliej, while It U much cheaper tu price, uud free- from th.) mipleanuutiieaa lucldeut to their line
TICK SOAP KMPLllYKll
I" purely vegetable, and "imply a vehicle containiiiK costly inediclnen npedlcally for thu hair nnd pcVp.
which remain iutjet wueu incorporated with a neutral nu.ip.
,,r,pi? .L W. THOMAS. Hair and Sculp Special W.
Price 50 cent per cake. Three cakes $1.2. GEO. E. OTIARA, Sole Agt, Cairo. III.
THE GAMMLERS ACQUITTED.
Lake and McGuire, the two prof vs-ional
gamblers, who were caught iu Wilson A;
Axley's place on last Saturday night, ami
who were charged with gambling, were, as
we yester lay stated, brought before Justice
Comings on Monday afternoon and a
change of venue was taken to Justice Rob
inson and the case came up for hearing be
fore him yesterday at 'i p. m. After several
hours had been consumed in the discussion
of preliminary motions, the attorneys
Mr. Hendricks for the ci'y, and Mr.
Linegar tor the defendant, announced
tint they were leady for trial, when wii
nesses were sworn and testified. Has. Wil
son testified that he was acquainted with
the defendant and saw him in the private
roi.mot Ax.ey A ll-o'i on last Saturday
nigl:t, but refused to answer any lurtle-r as '
it would eliminate bituielf.
Frank Kend il, :
;i:le 1 about the
who was next culled. te-ti:ie
same, as did also a printer, an 1
ed to say any more, since it won.
A carpenter, named Do id, w is
put upon the stand and t -stifled thai h
was in the room on the Saturday night
above iii'-nti in.-. I and wc- u-ked
by tiie city attorney i: he
saw gambling there at that time,
Mr. Lin eg ar objected. Thi- cated a
lenghthy discussion by the attorneys on
both sides and after hearing them, the justice
decided that the ui:n"S-se- sbo'tl 1 Hot be
aliowe I to testify th it to r had be. n gun'
ling in the room on which the rai l was made.
The city attorney then stated to the court
that unless the witness ;n permitted to an
swer the question, e.s to whether or not tie re
had been gambling in tie.- r ion;, he would
be UU lble t III ike a c l-e i:gai;;..t
the del'en.ian'. sine it iv i- i:
bun to j-rove it in any (-tin
ffamblers were dismissed an.
torney took a tion--utt w hi.
having ha I no ti la! :.t all.
Axh-y A: Wilson will perhaps
r way. The
the li'.y (it-
'. is equal to
The i-as ol
be lr-ard to-
- Mr. and Mrs. M-i-ll-r h ive n
from their leidal toc.r - h ivi.ig vi
number of citi- s nf note.
lie 1 U
Mr. M. Elooni. of Pa
of that city, w.: y -t id :
Mr. M. Tucker, on
1 in ill. a merchant
1 :y ia town.
n- i.f Charli ston'
- yestei lay in tin;
goes to (! ilesburg,
Ii iitle.'el a -"I ies
prominent cit..-n-- w
Col. Rnbt. LoWt-l v
on S iturdav next, titer
or ti Uipel'aiiCe meeting-.
The city attorney iv
the ej'-rgv he di-piay in tic
of all breakers of the law.
--If wc mistake not a:;
mi-taki. -Mr. D. L. Davis, tie.
Sun. i- absent from tin- cilv.
Littie Maggie, daughter of R -v. and
Mr,. George, has been sick f -r about thie
u i- si... ...ii ..vi.i, . ,... L-i.i , f
heart tli-ea-e nnd is sai l to be s -rious
Miss Mollie Webb and her sister, Mrs
Sle'lletti-, Wen-exie-cteii home from A'eW
Orleans yesterday aftenvHin. but the train !
b-ing behind line, they doubtless arrive i j
Mr. J. M. Dc.inion, of Vienna, is regis- !
t Ted at the Planters" Hor.sc. Ho is an at- '
unuey. w no has gameo souu'wuui oi a rep-
ut it ion in his profession and will, wc hear,
make tiiis city his future home,
--Mr. P. W. Eaichiy i- improving rapidly
judging from his picture received here yes
terday, as wi ll a-other charcoal sketches
of himself and by hinwlf, th it In- sends
his friends occasionally. He is not only
gaining in health but under tlie inspiration
of the air of the springs is h-coming quite
1'OLK E ITEMS.
-No liiisiness in the criminal line was
transacted by Justice Comings yesterday.
Officers Schurkcrs was unusually bu.-y
yesb'iday, attending to the "gambling
case" before Justice Robinson.
A young white man. n resident of this
city, whose name we suppress, appeared be
fore Squire O-born yesterday nnd plead
guilty to n charge of disorderly conduct.
Ileingof lender age, the squire "closed one
rye" to the young man's offense and as
sessed the lowest possible fine fixml for
"raising n rumpus" which was five dollars
George Fisher- not the president of
the Reform club was escorted before Jus
tice Osborn lor trial yesterday. George
was charged with conduct unbecoming a
gentleman and citizen --in fact his conduct
had assumed the shape of "disorderly" and
hence his presence In the court room. He
was ignorant of any wrong lie had commit
ted, and knew that since ho never drank
anything stronger than cider "the devil's
kindl ing wood"- he had not been (trunk
Hut tho evidence was found sufliclcntly
st icing to warrant the justice in fining him
the usual live and costs.
The Georgia Minstrels, as is well
known, are composed entirely of colore I
men, all of whom have reached the acme of
perfection in the line of minstrelsy, and ex
hibit a degree of genius quite ustoni-hing.
To see Taylor and (been iu their "Foo
steps in the Sand," is to witness a remarka
bly line exhibition iu the art of dan. -lug,
while Green and Uiick in their wonderful
statue-clog are simply wonderful. "S .al i
tor" Warwick on the condition of the couu
try cannot be surpassed iu stump spoakit.g,
while D.'laney and Wilson in their original
songs and dances are perfect. The eti: -;-taiut.'ieiit
is one which is fire from ull th r.
is unclia-t uud cannot fail to give sat'.:'u
tii.n to the most fastidious.-- Ka:is (
; Tim -s N..v. l!7
-- Tie; Springfield tUi. j Journal,
ing ot N;p and Tuck after witness::
lir.-t perl' iiuiance in that city, say.-:
"Ni'i and Turk d serve- an i so .
ceive, Otiih at the ma iuee and t -n:,
. oversowing house. Nip is th iife
I itiuv. and aside tioai ad the rest
more tiiau ::;ia..y go id company, is a :.e
North the money to witness. Harrr Web
ber sustains his live different clura tei
well: is splendid throughout, and mirtl f .1
.. the brim. It may be wi !i, in i.rd -r to
see:::-- seats, to go rijt:y, as we appreh-n i a
tuii hou-e. There i-nut a wor i cr a-1 in
the rdii" I'-rfi.rni.iiiee to o:V.-:i I tie- in st
fastidious taste, while the acting o! the
-: vear o.
pi a-ing to the nr aiiers un I i 1 ir -.i w'
will witness the play this uf'ern s.i;i and
night. Give tie-iii a good hoi.s,.,"
This troupe wiii perform at the At :
ettia to-niorrow night. . cure ):: -u'
with, i t extra charge at Dan H.irttn iti'-
SILVER PLATED TARL'E WARE.
The Unit!-, forks :.:i l s., ,;.s i :, . :
blei :.t out by the New E lgl IU 1 SI
Plate Co.. of New Have:). (' :.!!.. have
wivs given tl.r be.t of s.it:-i''-ti ::, 'is '.
are ma le of that pur-t i m-tj'.s st
witli pure nirke'i an 1 silver. Any i
ic.e ii:.g a supply . "g'.t to .vrite f .r a vir
1 ir, ( r n-l c: t- f.r a sa:..p!- s. ' of
INTERESTING T FARMEil
l a; ::. eis and all others ia making iuv. '
to.e.tsoi p;i:c'ia-''s me a sv .ys ghd to kn w
w'.eir and how tie-y c.n do the best. If a
I ogey or (ha: i
.lactv.red from tie
go 1 . ri 11" for el:
tinuess is wj:,
cry be.-t in-it-:
r man or ...:s
or in fact s.i'i-I.ery nr i .im A
scription. The liirg st. lu-.vi-st a
l '.:'.)'. te sttK'k. wi'.- a'.'.v::s ,r
be f ;;: 1
'.mi rc:ul a'
oi 1 a--
Wm. L; :e,vit. A- Co. '.-. P.". (
l.'.'.e, hi-O :i full stock
i.ier.t of ( urry (
lirid'is, .;tltcjs, harne-s
( ol:.a: -i. Irim-s. or- p..
cui.:o:i-, and ali kin is of :
pli.::iei:ts f,r fcmit-' c.-t
i ii i ii
' '""" li-u,V;'- I;":":";'' r
I-1- (',1"!',r'ii'1 nvc';U"'
i V call and examine his tin
the place. No
and don't lb
; s'J n k of ge !
before making your purchase
i;ie of can goo s and dried f;;;lt in
Apples, pe-.ch -s. p -,:.. at N v,
lore. l!uv vour goods wlc-ie t! '-
are sold the cheapest.
C. O. I'ATf
The action nf Carter's ic'tl - l.i-, , i Piil
is pleasant, mild ami naie! il. Tie-v g-t.t-
j ... u l;,tt- the
iiver, nnd regu'r.'e toe
I o'Acls. but do ,ot litir
Tliuvsilav KvnVI'Vh -C
The ( treat Dramatic event will ptH-tneiy c er on
the? a hove (I i'.,..
Tin; latent Ktiropcau nad Now Yo:!i Succc-n.
JNJ ip una Tuck
An adupta'loii and tr'ni-latliei of Adu!ph bel-iii-tieiy'n
Kronen Comedy, "Ti-ifoeiie' ot ('a'
iii!"!." in four net", Irnimia'etl liy.Iolin
(.xeiifonl. in which the renowned
lr. J lurry Weblnu'
wall appear u "NICHOLAS Nil'." anpporl.-il Ly
a p.iweriiil Dramatic ('"ineaov, under the inau
agi-im-tit ol Mr. JosUI'lt A. (d'l.H'lv,
Scrnery Imported and palulod after Iiu; orlanail
Act I lii'oandn iilioiil Ilo'iufnrt Alihev. Act II
Tho Went Lawn 1'lmi-ilnr: lleniifurt 'Atiliev Ma
tter. Aft III -Nip At Tuck'n olllce; Thn ? Tsirn's
Vard. London; l'miici-1 D.ishle'oli'n i.od.'ini-n ; A
TcrrO.le no nth. Act lV-lls 1 1 i-rli street. Iter
inoiiilsey; oiiderful Dciioiiotnent uml Koall-tlc
Tableaux. Cranil Mechanical i: lit cttt.
I'tipiilar 1'i iccn The pi-Icon the puhiic rennire to
itny flrnl'Chmn i-n t ortu t ti tii.-n t .
Admlnnion MoeiitK. Sei'iired i-eiit wlthoiil evirn
chiiii;e, '.'.'ici'iits. To he oliiiilned nt lIuituiaii'H.
ivSrii AG UFAS OltK I INAL
GEOJIG I A MIXSTltELS
POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Friday Kveiiinjy, Feb. 27tli,
New Faces, New Features, New Pro
gramme of Rare Merit.
Adnilnlon Filly Conta. Keaervcd Si'ati 75 eeutss.
To bu hud at llau llarlnia'a.