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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH mo.
A 1.1. ADVJUl'tt'EV..NTN "'i- 'ol'tnni. o
IV lvi llin' t-wli ir h'Ufc will tni pi'.MInhi'.l for
aruta olio ifnu-rtiuii; Mnt'. 'i ivnm; l -i-'k. i'-u
Biontb, 1.5U; a ifiiintbNft it limn t bantu-. fM per
ki-in1b. Km' ii addltMiinil liiii, prorata. Siiuitti.m
siti atiox w an n:i.
I inn a uriulmiti' oi a i niiiiiifr liil C'ill'rf-: b;iv
bfi'ti In active huiiiui'KK llltwn year: can furnish
flmt-ela.a rt-roimufiidatltma from Innt employer;
m wllllnu to work In any bonorablt- li'iionem-, at
mall nani'i antll competency I i'tiilililK'd; m
Objection to travi'llno. Addri'
l il. ADAMS, Cairo,
To leant the rarpi-nl-ir ami juluer'i- trade. Must
ii smart and arms', 17 loin voam of !'-'.,,
J NO. A. I'OOKE.
An order' cioil lor lico. ll PlH'l " '" 'jyle
ar-cla Mi'inllrn'liou I'mno. ill bo Hold low.
Apply t thin oIlUo
A middle nifit woman, a trood rook u no run do
ftp'oeral lion..' work, nty r o:mtr.v. A-'-lrrM.
MIS. ANN IK MtiHIMs.
l!oc Chi re. II!.
Vm I. .1 Hvriu' ran iioiiuHiiiioiliili' n few day
boadt'r. ulo board mid room lor two. I'rl'i'- very
lOW. AllpiV lit HIT llollHl! Ill'Ist 10 till) lilllioilt
church on Wuh ti t iiiit on avi'unu.
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon.
Offlr e 140 0.. inicrcUl avMiui'. Itff Idfuce corner
Fourti'i'uth St. nud W-tsbiutfrin aviuiue.. Cairo.
I?. K. W. WIHTLOCK.
OPfii s No. 1 W Coniinrrrlal Avon no. between
Kujhtb and Niutn Sirc-u
prt W. C. JOCELYN,
1) K N T I S T .
OFFICE Eiglitli Strei't.noiir Commercial Avenue.
Notary I'uhlic ami Conveyancer.
OKFK'X: -WiMi tin- Widow" and Oorpiian Mu
aal Aid Soi-ii'iy.
)ENNIS A- O'LOUbHLIN,
Flour of all Grades. Selected Teas,
Pure Collet" and Spices.
Choice Syrups and Molas.-es. Foreign
nn.l Dome.stio Fruits, Canned
Fruits iu Variety, Kti'.. Etc.. F.tc.
Call and Examine Our Stock!
Goods Delivered Promptly mid
Free of Expense.
Cor. Twentieth Street, North Side Pophir.
'OCUMtfc 11 RODERICK,
Dealers i:i -
STAPLE ami FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
i l r.s.
iO CT FERRY CO.
I' KKItY HOAT
THREE 2&ilb2 STATES.
On nil .la!'' cr Motility. .1 1 I'.ie In.. 'it will mukt;
the folliiwiii l 1 :
l.tAVS I.IAVr.. LEAVKt
Foot F.iur'b at M;o:iri Land'c Ki'iitni.'liy I.il'ir.
i a mi. -ii tii a. in. it it. in.
la a. )(: io u. ni. 11 u. Hi.
! p. m. O p. tn. .'! ;i in.
1 p. in. 4 i p.m. ."i p. hi
.' P m. .'') p. in. '3 p. in
WIloi.KsU.K WlXK.s AM) l.o o;s.
SMYTH k CO.,
Wlmli-ialt and H IH'.I I).'u'.im in
Foreign iiml Domestic Liiiuors
Wines of all Kinds.
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
"IKssIls SMYTH & CO. , con.iMiiiiy a
ll ta:i' t'",'k of lie' best iwn'i- In t,n ni'iikel, It mi
(five :iHi'iui alleiitlou to tiiv wl.jli-saie linonli nl
The only coJnplelo rlnc.lt of rliol 'i" Clii'U') Cmti
t"T and Depurtiiii'tit svnn- riuppii... xt Amerl' ii.
Kvorv Live niertbaiit i pntilnj in C'ln up (.ouiiteii.
and Di'parluieiil hton-a uru bi'liiu Htarleil in a!inut
cvi-rr tiiwn nt lnipertiitir
IV'-eiitl lor I'ltlc I. I,! ST nud OKDl' 1( SHEET.
l'muJ il J,ilUouSI tliivujCu,
THI-: DAILY BUIJiETIK
KNTEHKIl AT Till'. J'tfT OFFICII IN CAIKO, rL
I.INOIH, AS SKCOND-l'LASS MATTF.lt.
OFFICIAL PAl'EUOF ALEXANDER COUNT
Only Morninir Daily in Southern Illinois.
Hio-va-i Orrirf , i
CilRn, 111.. March 5, Ihrtrt. I
Bur. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vtl Wi-atlier.
a m V.t.si
10 " S''.!ij
i p in., '."i n
Maximum Tviupfraturi'. U'l 3; Minimum Teni
(iTit:: ri. M : Kainlall 0 0.1 1 rich .
Him 11 IW't 01 iitcli.
W. II. KAY,
Sem't Signal 1'oriin. U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
At Washington hall on Easter Monday.
(icncral repairing of carriage and bug
gies. Go ti) John Major, Tenth street, Cairo,
Will find it to their interest to settle their
tuxes t once mid save the penalty of one
percent. John lIorx:i;s,
Sheriff' mil Collector.
By the da-, week, sinyle inenl, or with
meals and lodin:;: d ay hoarder preferred.
Location .good, only one hW"k from tlie
postotlice, on Thirteenth street, west of
W4un''ton uvenue. John I5i:rcniKit.
COAL! COAL! !
I am prepared to fumUh the citii'.etis of
Cairo with a good quality ot coal at the
lowest rates. Upon leaving orders at the
corner of Tenth and Commercial, it will lie
delivered to any part of the city.
FIFTY DOLLARS UEWAKI)!
Fifty dollars reward will be paid by the
uiMarsigned, for the recovery of the body
of Fred Whiteamp, who was drowned in
the Mississippi river, several miles above
Cairo, o:t Stiuday, February tJiiid. lie is
of iiiediuin height; wore canton rlannel
underclothes; bltiu cheviot overshirt: vest
iiiiil knit jacket; blue jeans pants, and wore
shoes. Mas. Fkko. Whitoam;'.
(Memphis nni. New Orleans pupers
pleas;' copy one time, nn 1 ser.d liil! to this
At A. Ha'ley's on Commercial avenue op
p isite Seventh street. The largest and
finest stock to lie found in th" city. Tin
and hol'.owware of all kimk Fine cut
lery, a large assortment of bird cages,
hooks, lines, rds and ree!.-, ammu
nition, cte. A new supply of the Dis-e'i!
carpet sweepers. Garden and f irm imple
ments. Flower baskris and hardware of
all kinds. Carpenters' tool-. Cooking
stoves, the best in the market. Examine
his stock ruid prices before you buy.
"T;u: li.st Pi;! I cv.'r used," i-the fre
!"."!jt remark '!' purciiasors of Carter's
Litt'.e Liver Pills. Wieai you have tried
t:ie:.i von will s iv the s nue.
Wantep. Slicrntan & Co., Marshall.
Mich., want an ant in this counts at
once at a salary of j$N0 per month' and
expenses pai I. Tor full particular a I
dress as sibo.p.
Mr. John Major is prepared to tnrnish
ds of new wagon and titiggie.-
credit, on approved paper or very
A Tii.mikdian's Thhoat. Edwin Jlooth.
like inot nt his professional brethnai, suf
fers tVioj".i.-ii!ly from severe in:li,iii:uat'ii'n of
t!ie throttt. which prevents him ncraM.muHy
trom appearing on the stagi;. This theatri
cal s.if" tlii'o.at is sometimes s. serious that
it actually drives an actor into private life.
II oth, hnwevir, promptly stops the tir-t
syii'.ptoin m;1i (Ji.e.-. Liniment Iodide
Gu.k's Piu.s cure chills an 1 ('ver. Sold
I'V a!! driiir'j-ists. Send for paucili'et. Ir.
'i'.es I'M Wt r.roadway. N. Y. I'-uciay
Pirn.-,. Agents. Trial sio cents.
Matnt Nvai. Hop Hitters, which is
:tdvci:ised iu our columns, :ye :t sure cure
for iig'.lc, biliousi'.es; and kidney coillp'aillts.
Those who use them say theV i ailllot be too
hih'y recommeiidi'il, Titos- aillietel
should give them a fair trial, and will lie.
come thereby enthn-i'1-.tic in the prase of
their curative ipulitics. --Portland Argus.
Mr. John Major lews now o:i hand n
large l it of farm and sprino wagon-, log
wagon, one horse, two horse and sulky
plows, Teller's best, and double and single
harrows, New and second hau.l busies
very cheap for cash or approved paper, Go
and see th"".u.
F:;om a PiioMiNEsr Diico Hoi se,- II.
It. Wiiruei tV Co., Poehes'.er. N, Y. Dear
Sir: -It is now only three months since we
received your that shipment of Safe Heme,
dies, We Imve sold drugs in this place lor
twenty year-, and have never sold a pro
prietary medicine, that gives iv.teh univer
Halatisfaetioii as yours, especially your
Safe Kidney mid Liver Cure, nnd Safe Dia
We could mention tinny who have re
ceived great benefit in cases of kidney dif
tleiilties, nsthnia, rheumatism, diabetes,
P.riidit'B disease, 0te, Pespectfiillv your,
SUson tS; F. i. Alevindriu Hay, N.'Y.
Do a Favoi: to , Suk Fit i end. If you
have a f'-ieud sud'aing front any disorder
of the kidneys send them n p'nr;ago (i'
Kidney-Wort, and will yoii make them
happy.. Its great tonic power is c-p-cialty
ilijrctel to these illseases, nirl i; (jtiick'y
reiii-vc the d'n'rens and cures the disei-e.
Jiavc you trie.! it.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
The Phoenix Hiking Powder tuav he
lound at your grocers on Monday next.
Sheritl' Hodges lias an item of interest
to taxpayers, ia another column this inorn
in;,'. Head small "ad." column. It will be
found interesting, especially tho,o desiring
to employ assistance of any kind.
The German ladies of Cairo are ar
ranging for a hall, to he given on the t.VJi
iiwt. ut Turner's hall, for the benefit of
The many friends of Mrs. C. Hauiiy
will regret to know of her dangerous ill
ness. She was so low htjt evening that her
life was despaired of.
Mr. Will Eatery has been tendered a
grand complimentary benefit at the Theatre
Cotniquc, to take place on Friday evening,
March lfnli. The hill will he an immense
one and worthy of the occasion.
Superintendent Gorman has completed
the task of reconstructing the sewer on
Commercial, between Nineteenth and
ii- - .1. .. i ; ' i i .,
i weiKie.n sirecis, ami u is sai l i;y tnose
who are judge of such work, that it was
We are informed hv Mr. Leak, of the
firm of Mulkey & Leak, that in all proba
bility the motion tor a new trial for Mrs.
Moachatn will be heard Dy Judge Il irker
in Mound City to-day. Tiie general belief
is that a new trial will he granted.
It is now asserted that Solomon got
the gold used iu building the temple in
Alaska, pint of our territory, and it is also
truthfully asserted that the best five cent
cigar in the world is the "Faultless." sold
by F. Korsmyer. corner Sixth street ami
The IJlaadvilie Press says: "For the
oenetit ot all concerned, we wish to state
that the rumor which was circulated a few
days sinee in rearard to Mr. W. P. Ihlliday
offering to donate a certain sum of money
to have the court house moved to Eat
Cairo, is without foundation whatever."
The locust grow sipe water now ex
tends t the sidewalk on Washington
avenue, and whenever a wind blows the
waves of the water wash against tilt posts
whirh support the walk thereby loosening
them. Men were yesterday at work secur
ing them and thereby preventing the walk
from falling down.
Our people should not f jrget that the
I.t-iie' Library Association will hold the
anniversary ex .-rcises of the association, iu
the Ilnig'a an i U.udy tire company's halt
this evening. We yesterday publi-icd the
programme which will be observe 1, nn i
must say that it is one that will interest
everyone who attends. A cordial tnvit -tion
is extended to the public and the had
should, au 1 daub'.less will be, crowded.
The attention of our readeis will be
arre-tid this morning by the card of
Messr. Y'K-um & D.-oderick. grocers.
E i-;h member of this firm is well known to
every man, woman ua-l child ia the city ct
Cairo, an l the country around about. A
few weeks ago they opened their place for
business, and from the tirst'day their suc
cev has been assured. Their stock is fresh
mi l new, and prices to suit the times. Give
t'..e'.n several calls.
Toe provision which was made, by the
council at its last meeting for the appoint
ment of a health o'dicer gives general satis
faction. H it now if the mayor would ''hit
the a .11 on the head," let him appoint a
live and competent man for the place one
w'.i i will ie- in I'.ll'-rent as to tlie number of
cn.-niies be nu'v's ,o long as he discharges
his duty. I5;tt ah-ve ali. In; should lie a
r.cu who his a knowledge of the c fleets
produced bv rotting cibstance- ot wlwtevei
kind and not a man, who will grope b!
along, with no hiteugeut. idea of what
Our Chief of Police is very properly
getting after those teim-ters an 1 draymen
who have not yt paid their license. Of
co'ir-e. iu so doing, he acts only iu accord
ance with the strict r.-ipuremeats of the
law, and is icily doing th it whirh is clearly
his duty. H it notwithstanding this, many
teamsters persist in believing tv.t they are
being persecuted, and by their unreasona-bh'iie.-s
do our chief much iujuMice. lie is
a man who wiil discharge his duly, in everv
instance, as hes"csit before him. without
fear or favor, and invariably seeks tins"
means to right the wrong, which are least
expensive to the violator of the ordnance,
The editor of the lhandvilic Press i?
taking to task the person nv persons who
are neglecting the public road between
Cairo an I that bin g and asks them to get into
a vehie'e an 1 go from lilan Iviile to Cairo
if they d 's're to break their buggy and be.
dvtwued and mire 1 in inns' holes. The
road is not only iu a poor condition, hut is
actually unsafe, and those whose duty ii js
should lo.e no tinio iu repairing it. The
good people of Pilandvillc, who h;ivu
many friends here, pay frequent visits to
Cairo, und generally buy liberally from our
merchants when they come, but the
road, in its present condition, is not calcu
lated to induce lilamlville 'people to vUit
News has come to us from Clear Creek
of the death of Mr. Nathan Sains, one of
the oldest citizens of that place. He h id
been quite feeble all last fall and winter,
and of late, was seized with pneumonia
and though medical aid was called, the dis
case would not lonseu its hold upon h-m,
and he died of the diva-e.
Mr. Sams was bjru ia L'jiou county,
uois, August 97th, lt)13, aa l died in the
sixty-seventh year of his age, and ha been
living upon his farm there for forty yearn
lie acquired considerable property, and at
the time of his death was wealthy. In hi
death tlie people' of that cominu
niry may safely say they have
lost one ot their best citizens
He was au industrious, hard-working man,
though he had Buflieient means to live in
plenty, without work. He did not consider
this an excuse tor idleness. He was upright,
honest and truthful, and no one ever
doubted the correctness of a slate
ment when it camo directly from
him. He was both charitable and obliging,
and always willing to lend a helping hand
t one in need and had nntiv friends and no
enemies. We sympathize with the b
reared family in tiie loss of one so dear to
them, for we are sure that iu him they lost
a devoted husband und a loving fa'her.
More, here at least, at this writing, is not
for us to say, but this we will say, that the
uame of Nathan Sams wall bo remembered
by friends and relatives iu this community,
long after the remains of hi-j frail body
have returned to its mother dust.
It should be remembered by those
who desire to send in bids for the hauling
of kitchen otfil, etc.. out of the city, that
their bids must lie iu the hands of the city
clerk by the next meeting of tlie c ity coun
cil, Tuesday night. And while men
tioning this fact, we want to say that one
garbage wagon for a city of twelve thous
and inhabitants, appear t us to be insuf
ficient. This has been demonstrated iu the
past and need, hardly be dwelt upon
here. Hut a we!l-organi"d garbage
service, kept iu constant opera
tion, consisting of a suilicient number of
carts and wagons, constructed for the pur
pose and operate ! by a suilicient number
of lllen t'NDEU THE IMMEDIATE D.'liECllON
OF THE HEALTH 0KFICF.lt, Coll! 1 notb'.lt
have the desired henelicia! eifect. This
"garbage service" should take uwny all
kitchen garbage, ashes and street scrapings
and prevent their accumulation; house
keeper being required to place such re
fuse matter in suitable vessel and place
for the drivers ot carts, win should
call as often as uecenrv for
their rem ival. This would be
admirable good arrangement and could
be made as ctfectire as it should be, and
accomplish good results. The weekly cur
rent expenses would of course, be larger for
this service than it lias been m the D.ast. but
perhaps it is better that V
mid be so.
if thereby material g io 1 may be accom
lJ EGGS! EGG!
Ten cents put do.en, at New Yik Store.
TIIE RED UIIiUoN CLUU.
A LAROR MEETIN.i IN TIIKIIt HALL f.A-T
Ml-HT. WHICH WAS A11I.Y ADIUIESsr.!) II V
MKSSKS. 11AO I1V AND HUM A N. OC I'AiiL't AH.
The temperance meeting at the hall on
Tenth street hist night was largely attend
ed. The reputation of the speaker. Mr.
li.igby, contributed much to fill tiie large
room with an intelligent au i expectant au
dience. The exercises were as usual, high
ly interesting, and did much to create
a feeling of brotherhood among
ali present. The meeting was opened by
singing "The Morning Light i Breaking."
U.'v. I',. Y. George then delivered a short
au 1 impressive prayer. Then followed the
"roll call" and reading of the minutes of
the previous meeting, after which various
bills were allowed and some miscellaneous
b'lsine-s transacted, and then the prelimin
ary exercises were eoiiciu led with
the smg. "Rescue the Perishing."
The pre-ioc:it of the club. Mr. Geo. S.
Fisher, now introduced the speaker of tlie
evening, Mr. E. W. U igby, who disciisse i
the subject 'Temperance," in a lawverly
manner, and held the attention of bis hear
ers for an hour or more. Owing to his
rather rapid delivery .ve found it difficult
to note a'l the good passages und our short
syuop-is will therefore be found somewhat
disconnected. Hut the speech made a good
inipr-iou and the speaker may
rest assured that his elfort has not f.til n on
After thanking the audience for the kind
invitation he had received, the speaker
said that his subject was one upon which
so much had been said that Ie.' would liud
it dirllcult to say anything new. He de
sired to make no fierce onslaught on the
cnemic3 of intemperance, but would call
things by their right name and support
his arguments with fact and figures.
Ho thought the advocates of temperance
were working in the proper way and that
this was amply attested by the large num
ber they had won over to their side. The
temperance idea carried conviction with it.
but that the ditlicully which men encoun
tered was the living up to their conviction.
After several good passages, which wo
failed to catch, the speaker related a story
of Mr. Thackery's visit to a Philadelphia
gentleman, named Smith, which caused
much merriment, and from which he drew
some logical and impressive, conclu
sions. The organization of the
medical fraternity throughout the country
had of late doae much to discourage, the
use of intoxicating liquors, which had .for
merly been prescribed, in many instances,
for the mere gratification of patients, al
though to their positive injury.
It was amusing to watch the assumed
gravity of the new apostles who always
sought divine authority for the use nnd sale
of the sttt.tr, and their quoting of biblical
passage iu support of their position,
Tito Best iu the World!
When used according to Directions it produces the most,
perfect hot breads, besides possessing all of those essential
finalities in which other powders are lacking.
CJKO. IS. O'i l AKA, A poUu capy,
s,'lt;J,i')rtetor and Manufacturer, Cairo, UN.
but thee passages were mis
construed by them and intemperance
was repugnant to the general teachings of
Christ In Kentucky more temperance
work was done outside of the churches than
in: in fact lie hal known men to leave
the church in order to light whisky.
In his own city-the city of Padueah -which
boasted of its numerous churches,
with spires kissing the clouds, the castles
of the ileiiiuii whisky-predominated,
and ia tlie last struggle m that city tor
temperance, the Christians, becau-e of
their luke-warmness, lost the victory.
It was argue 1 that one-half of the interna!
revenue of the t'uited States government
was derived from the taxation of whisky.
This was true, he said, but it was prefera
ble that this should be so since it was
fir from being one of the neces-aries
of life and ten led. in a luea.-ure. to decrease
its manufacture, an 1 that four-fifths of the
crime c immitted was a'.trihutaV.e t,i lhpHr.
While pros -cutiug attornny of Pa lueuh he
had found that nlae-tenths of the criminals
caiie-l upon to,
prosecute owe-1 ticur .l'graiafiiu ti the
use of intoxicating drinks exclusively.
Men argued that their freedom was being
interfered with by the advocates of tempei-
ance, out that Mere was leu on- km I ot
treed 'in which ncn sic-",'. I be OLimi'ted
to eni-iv, and that was th; freed mi to do
These are but a few of th
Speaker s re
h ive no ro un
marks, Suit we h:i 1 th it w.
Mr. IStgby wi, folio we i by Mr. A. C.
iiiown, als from Pa iue ah. K v., who is a
very piea. l'.lt speaK
and who, bv his r.
talent t f thiug a go .d tory well, kept the
eager listeners ia a go m humor
for cuite awhile. F.r the w mt
ot s:, c.e we are uui.i e
to give a svnop.is ot his reuurks, but tho-e ;
who iieard hi:n wid not leva to hi-.c
vords recalled to tlu ir mm i- to: . ugh Tiie '
IiL'i.r.iniN. tor thev vte suii'uieutiv ini- i
ire.-ed upon th ru bv the speaker, ami will '
no oouot caii-e t.i.-in to turn out en m i-- -.
suou, I tue cluo lie s o tor; iu id-as to secure
Mr. I'.r own'., presence I. en. at auvfu'ure time.
Two naurs were then a ided to t'c ii-t
f member., w hile the club s.itig. "Say
M.Vt will y.iti j ;a ti.." after which
President Fisher anmeiuce 1 M ,; Me.-rs.
Singleton and Clark. !...: ot p.i luc .li,
would a i iie-s t:iu cluo on re t Fri 1 iy
tiight. It was uis) a.i.l ounred that the
Yiuith's Teiupetance Ar.ny" w-m.d ue-e;
in tie ball mi Sun lav evening at 4:lo
lock, after which another smg wis sung
ana toe nceting a 1 jurue 1.
New EilU M.U'ket Ili-ke's. at New Y"lk
Stoic, for Ti cents eicli Cheap -t nni lie.!
for family u". buv one.
I.I.T OF I.I.ri'KI'.-s KhMAININO I M U.I EH
Foil IN THE I'osiol-KH K AT C AUCI, 11. 1...
M MM I! (!th, lss'l.
Allen. Matty Mi..; liushnell, Clara Mi-s:
iiryuiit, Nancy Mi.s; Camel, .lane Mrs.;
Gunwond, Su-ue Mi..: Dicker. Moliie Mis;
Dunning. E. o. Mrs.; poyleman. Hannah
Ml.si Pry. R ichel Mrs.: Haps. Sarah Mis.:
Hughe.. Henry : John, in, Li, ie Mrs.: Jen-ning-,
Kittie Mrs,; Johnston, D. S. Mr-.;
Kelly. Ei.zabeth Mrs. ; Kins hi. Mali a Mr-.;
Lehn. Ju.a M!,s.; Murriy. Elli Mr.; Mc
Orniiek, Mary Mt..; Prit.du'tt. So ah Mi - ;
Peck Fanny Mis.; Poheiiei, Nellie Mis.;
Ileutro, Cullie; Thomas, Hmnah Mis.;
Ve!ch, Arie Miss.
OE NT I.EM EX.
Adams, P. II-'iiry; A ikinson. Frank;
liuckner. James; Itruce, P. T.; Herry,
Monroe; C'rcoran, Prank; Clinch, Logan;
Callahan, IL; Collom, James;
Carter, Mitchell: Ciark. Thomas;
Caliaglrw, Tiuiolhy ; C'orbett, W. It.; Dun
can. Charles; Dowd.Johu; Edwards, Nel
son: Eagun. Pat K.; Frankeii, Henry W,;
Fitshenry, Johr.j Fraziei, Samuel; Gail'ney,
Corni'liirs; Grillin. Daniel; Goodyear, Hen
ry F,; Hutchinson, Carter; Hamilton, Eb
bert; Harris, Geo.; Hunter, Eli; Herd,
Richard; Hessian. Timothy; Jones, G, W.;
Johnson, Lee; Jones, Andrew;
Jones. Andrew; Jackson, Collin; Kane,
John; Keegan, Jas,; Kersey. L, 11.; Latt
ner, Geo. J. Jr. CM; Langan. Peter; McCoy,
Albert; McThm; Hagneit, Louis; Perry,
George; Peopples, I.; (iuinnette, Win.;
Rosen way. James ('.; Ruckcr, I!. J,:
Riderrcs, (Seorge: Rabbitt, John
Ratter. Henry; Richer, Asa
Swift, Thomas D.; Snvder, Jacob; Teslev.
T. P.: Ferrell, Thomas D.; Train. Win. I),;
Taylor. Wright ; Wilson, L. S,; Woodward,
C. L.; Wiidsworlh, Geo.; Wood. Geo. IL;
Wagner, Louis, (':); Whitaker, John I,.;
Williams, John: Wight J. W.; Wilson, J.
W, Word. Miinin; Welden, H. T.; Young,
Win.; Zotdler, Max, (9).
Persons calling for any of the ahore
named letters will please say advertised.
(. W. McKeaiu, 1'. M.
It is found with the Indians, the Cana
dians, the South Americans, among the
Spaniards, French, everywhere; and every
one praise it Us the best remedy for rlieu
matisin. We mean Sr. Jacoh'n ( n..
THE SAFFoltDS YESTERDAY AFTER
The exercises at the high school yester
day afternoon were opened by singing by
tin.- school an exercise pieasing to al! cal
isthenics iu mush-. This was followed by
a recitation, by Anna Morse, which wu,
well spoken. Sentiments by the society ,
that Were carefully s-'e'Cted and e..:e!',e:it'y
spokivi, fallowed tl,js. whea Mr. G.'org"'
Corlis delivered a patiiotic declamation. Ii.
tliis he displayed good .rat.mca! p-jwer,.
which ought to be cultivate I. I.1J; .
W..-Mi then read aa c-s-ay that
was good. She is a young girl, who
only a fe-.v m ,.,ths since left Ire! , ad. an I a.
a Strang -r is entitle I ta!S consider i:
Tiie account she gave of her voyug,; :
well cxpre.se I. A play, entitle'l "Li'--
Gossip," in which Mi
MeOaheV. Maud Kit'-.
! house, Jr.viie Wright. Gr:ly Hr.vkhi
: An.n M use, I'hih-s II ,w;,r J an i Can
looms tik part, w .s well Worth listeuiu
I to an ! w-i. pl.iye remarkably well. A!':.-:
i the conclusion f this play Eva Slu-pi-rl.
i nave a r -citation, t-i.titled. "W.s1 -
' ing 'if.." an 1 in si d.-ing. seemed to filly
I i n'cr into tie spirit of the tin-l wif- ua'l
I lict.her. The reali-jg by M iu i Ri::-,,
1 ... ..-11....
i i i.e..re i u icks an
i by .I. n.uie Wright, which we
e both v-:
I ire ut.i i.e. m iced, were f-
liciwel bv a
soei LisTiiniental by A
!.,. ,,' i i i..
...... i - i'iii ii is ti.':v weii. uie
well. 'I he
ctcises then coti.tlu led by the reading of
pu; -r oy .! ,ty Mcl. ven and Ha: rv T
! Alt i g.. iler th ; cxercis-s were s i i::' re-'
j i:ig a. ; ; well r-uow those w ho visit. ' io .r
, ..-, ...'. . .... : ..... .. . . ..
" in - e-ij sire ;.,i; a-
tie- net meeting ,,f t.'r- S irf.r Is ia;g
au hence will greet thn,:. (Vrtalulv t ;
fr:e;,. i.( til" ( tit I pub.i'- school. ...j;
tli'-v ,,, ,r,y--s!iow tie'ir ph-a-ure :u
i.ia'io!) of the p.;, ,., .rn-'cn i v
(i-. oy Mci
ten i l.Ul e.
tu i ( -
p ik angrily t i a
g w hen N ; U
kick 1 d-
oe irien I. o; you: p ,rc:iS. D "':
t your neighbo; t ;,: nc al ';;,.
v-glcrt a cough thinking it wil. ( .re
(Thoi.s inds die of consumption ).j
ig.i Don't forget Dr. Pierce's (J... i'
. , d''
-n Medical Discovery. 1't i' cures a cough
or cold in orie-h ilf "tl,.s time requiv I hy
any o'le-r rn- ii im-, an I is the o:i; e . ;'
ciui- known that positively cures con.U'u;
ti .:i in it. early ..tig-s, ,,;, bv dtuggi-'.
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