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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1830.
AM, ADVKI.TMKMXNTS in till column, of
Ave lm- each ur lint will ho puhlMied fur'.'H
jmta mm Inn'rllou ; :i t . M cent; 1 week. I'u
month. I M; 3 tuoiilli wiiliunl cdtiiif.', fl.uil tier
In .rot a. Km n ik'ltti t lott tti line, prorata, huuauoiiii
Hill ATloN WANTKIt.
I tin a irrailaatc of a Commercial Collcce: linv
bn In active IiuhIiwm flllccii yeara; cun liirnifh
irai-clana reeointiiciidatlotia from laM i-nmlovcr
am HrilllniMo work In riv honorable liiintncnH, at
all wee until ciinipi'li'ni'r la eataliliahcd ; tio
OUjfrllon to traveling. Auurcm
H U. ADAMS. Culrn,
To lrn thrarpouteraud joiner' trade. Mint
t paiiu-l and active, it to v year oi at
jxu. a. rooriE
A arder soml lor JUKI, if applied nn any M.vIc
nttxl iiK Memllcimliou rtn.i. villi De hoih low
Apply at till" otticf.
A mi.ldl seed woman, a iiood cook w'ln can do
General house work, cilv or coiiiitrv. Aiinrca.
Mil. ANNIE Moh'!!I.
Iloae Clare, III
Vr. I.. .1 Hvrue can iicromutodnU' a few day
fxianVra. also linard and Mum for two. Trice very
low. Apply :ii tier bonne next to the Catholic
caun-li on w aimiuirom avenue.
yy II. MARFAN, M. I.,
noivieup ithic Physician ami Surjrcon.
OSee 1M 0 , amcrclal uveniie. Residence corner
fourteenth St. and Wai-lungon avenue, Cairo
U. E. W. WIIITLOCK.
Orrun No. IV. Commercial Avenue, between
Klghth and Ninth Mreeu
It. W. C. JOCELYN.
D E N T 1ST.
OI'KICE-Einlitk street, near :tnieri I 1! Avenue.
Notary Public anil Conveyancer.
omOBi-Witli the Widows' and Oofpruiua' Ma
ilk! Aid Sooietv.
"f. J O'Loi i.Hi.is .
A 0. IIknms.
() LOUOIILIX A DENNIS,
Flour oi' all Grades. Selected Teas.
Pure ('olives ami Spi'v.
Choice Syrups aul Mnlae, Foreign
and Domestic Fruit. Cannetl
Fruits in Variety. Glassware. Cirieens-
ware. Tinware, Tobacco,
rij-ar. Wine. Liquors. Farmers Supplies
tfr"l 'all ind evenine our to.'k. (ion I HKI.I
KliBD I'liU.YlPTi.V and KltKool -Kj.eJi-e
'Cor. Twentieth Street. Nurt'i si i- Poplar.
STAPLE and FANCY
Wnhinutou Aveutic, Cor,
1 1 j r .s.
riMlE CITY NATIONAL BANu
CAPITAL. SI 00,00 0
W. 1'. IIAt.I.IDAY. I'n iileiit.
II. I.. II AI.I.IIMY. Vice i'rei l.'Ut,
). II. SMI 111. A. mm ( -'i;,r.
. TTTAYUm, W. . II.M.t.lDAV,
UKKV I., MAI.I.IDir, It. II. c I'NNlMHIAM,
II. Wll.l.lAMNli',. OTKIMIKN 111 Ml..
M. II. CAMIKK
Exchange, Coin ami United States P.omls
HOI'lillT AND SOI. II.
Uopanltiirerelved ti,d I uetieral bitikltiE lillliH'Ki
LKXANDKP. COI NTV BANK,
Commercial Avenue ami F.iglnli Stieet.
F 0o.. I'reniileiit
I'. Nhrf. Vice I'rcldeni.
II, Wki.I. t .
T. .1 Hlttmi. Aitant I ii'li.ei.
I'eVr Null, Hltu:
V. M 0H'rloli, Cairo;
K. Under. Cairo;
Wlllla'ii Kliue, Ciiiiu:
WllliiiMI Wolf, ( nil,,;
It.l.. ItillhiL'sli'V. M. I.otiin;
I. . CleitKoii. Caledonia:
A KKNKHAI. HANKINO lit SINKSS DONE.
IXCHAMlKfiold and liomlit. Int. iv.t pnid In
J tliH HavliiKK lii'imrtmi'iil , Collection, made
nu ail nnaini'Kii promptly Htti'tiiieo to,
, TO tumni A VKAR. or f, to
i liny in your own locality
IMirirk , i nil en do an well
ra inuii, Many tiinkii murn
luan the amount atalcd
nliove. No ioii cMii lull in
take money fHt. Anv one ran do the wuru. v.m
can miUr from M to 'inn hour liy di'votitu our
n.rDiiit!" auo Fiiru nine to i ue nulle', II ihhi
ntiililimlotiy tlin liiinlnea. Nothing' lllti- It fur
mnay maklny i'nroM licfurn Mimlne4 idem.,
rl and atnctly lionomlili', Hemler. If you want to
ki'iw all ilioiil the bi:l Diivluu Immiih k helore the
Snh!lr. aend n your addn' mid we wtlliti vo'u
I'.l tiirtlc.Blara and prlvuv I -r m rreencimiii,.,
trtlT4'i alNofreeou ibu th"ii m;k up vujr
miiin lor roiirai'ii. A.i irn.. (IKOIUIK STINSt)
jl CO. l'ortlaud, Maiuf.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
P.NTKIIKI) AT TICK 1'OsT OKt'lCB IN CAIBO, II.'
I.IN018, AS rUr.CONIW'I.ASS MATTF.ll.
OFFICIAL I'Al'KK OK ALEXANDKH COUNTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
Krupwt II. Ttiitltc kt, City Kdltop
8NJHAI OFfl''I, I
Cairo, III.. March '.. !) I
Time. liar. Thor. Hum. Wind. Yd Weather.
6 a in :t.i
7 " tw.tw
10 " :D.us
S p.m.. :lt) Oil
I-'h i r
Maximum Tenipemturo. r.r J : Minimum Tern
lermuro, ir,s; Itululall tl Inch
l!ieri IVet II ludi.
W. H. If AY.
Sert't Signal Conn. I'. S. A.
.SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
At Washington ha!! on Easter .Moa iay.
General repairing of carriages anil hu;'
yies. Go to John Major, Tenth street, Cairo,
The ladies of the M. E. church will give
a sociable at the ivsMi.'Mci' of G. D. Wil
liamson's, Thuis iay niijht.M'ireh 11th. The
usual re fivsh meats will he servw.l. All arc
invited to attend. '
COAL! COAL! !
I am prepared to furni-'.t thu citu.'ns of
Cairo with a imod on alitv ot coal at the
lowest rates. Upon Lwini; orders at t!ie
corner of Tentli and Comiuerch!. it will In'
lehvered to any part of the city.
At A. Hallev's on Com mere in! avenue op
posite .Wenth street. lay largest and
finest st'H'k to lie foiin I in tli city. Tin
tud holhiwware of all kinds. Fine cut-
ery. bird cages, nmtaunition. etc. A new
upp'y of the Rissel! carpet sweepers.
(iarden and farm implements. Hardware
of ull kinds. Cooking staves, the best m
the market. Examine his stock and prices
n fore you Imy.
Mr. John Major has now on hand a
:trjre lot of farm and spciny; wairon-. loi;
wagon, out' Jiorse. two horse and sulky
p.ows, Testers !est, aiid double and single
i irrows. New and secon I hand busies
ery clieap for ca-!i or ai'provcl paper. Go
mid see t!iem.
Not.- Heads a low m f per l.OOo.
Letter Heads as low as f:
Imperial Hill 1 1 t U as low as 2 per
Bills Lading as low as ) 50 per 1.000.
Envelops an 1 printing $2 r,) to $4 00
At T.'iK Bri.i.Mi iN j o!) orfirc.
C.U'.tku's Little Liver l'iUs !tre unlike all
th"r iil!s. Ni purging or pain. Act
i illy on tli liver or bile. One pill a
M : N F. Ni-ws.-li o Bitters, which is
a Ivertiicd in i,w cnunins, are a sure cure
for ague, liiliousnes and kidney eomp'aints.
Tiio-e who lis.- theiu s ty they cannot lie too
highly ivco:u:ik':i leil. Those atl'icted
sii.'ui i give them a fair trial, and will !ie
com:' thwliy onthiNiastic in the praise of
tle'ir curative utilities. l'.irtland Argils.
PKI.I.OW' CoMI'Ol'.N.'l SYl'.U' (IF II VIM
1'llOSl'IUTEs will not only supply tiii' wute
idling on iu the ln iin. lu'it w ill "cn ililt- the
mind to m lure a greater tax than liefote.
It will impart vigor and promote dear con
ceptions to the intellect. It will strengthen
tic iicrviN aril
voluntary as well
of the liodv.
givos power to all in
as t!ie volunturv muscles
Mr. John M.nor is prepared N lurnish
all kiinl of new wagons an I liturgies on
credit, on approved paper or very low for
l'l'.OM A PlSnMIMAi Dun; i)f:.,; H.
II. Wurai'i'i'c Co., ltochester, N. Y. - Dear
ii It i now (cilv three months shire we
rec iv.'.l ymir f i r.t sliipmi-nt of Safe Rem".
dies. We have sold drtijs in tltis place for
twenty year.'., and have never sold a pro
prii't iry iiii'dicine, that gives such u:)ivcr
saNutUfiction as yours, especially your
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, an I Safe Dia
betes I lire.
Wi' could mention manv who have re
ceived great Hettellt in cases of kidney dif-
liciilties, n-thma, rheumatism, diali-tes,
Briglit's disease, etc, Respectfuliv yours,
Sisson c: Fox. Alexandria li tv. N. V.
Wvstkii Sherman & Co., Marshall,
Mich., want an tiireiit iu this cotintv i.t
once at a salary of fliu) per month" ami
expends ;ii.. For full particulars ml.
dres. as alio.M'.
Tun Fittf.'I SuiitLns. For fever and
iiyiie, an. I remittents, are the debilitated,
lilioiu und nctvoiK To such persons Hos
teller's Stomach Bittern all'onls iidenuate
protection from the malarial pest, hy in-
crciMiio, vuai Htamiiia ami tlie resistant
power ol the constitution, and bv checking
irrciruhiiitics 'of the liver, stuniacli nml
bowels, which incrense the danger to be
apprehended from miasma. Mnrcver, it
eradicates malarial coiimluints of uu olwiin-
Mo type. The field in which this leading
family medicine has achieved Borne of its
most Mtoii!liing nml nniily proven effects,
is n very wide one. In the nmlarious re
tnotisol our own enuntry, in South Americn,
Mexico, und ncro-K the seas, It hits rriven uu
inlstitkable evidences of it curative value.
At liome und nlimad It 1ms always sustain
ed Its high reputation, nor has t' ever been
Mlected by competition of so-called tonics
represented t, possess kindred or equal cf
flency, It stands nlne, ttneipi'illcil among
our uaticual Mnedics.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
There are many rood reason why you
should use ''Phtimix Baking Powder."
Two engines in the Illinois Central
yards collided yesterday afternoon. Besides
the breaking of the cow catchers, no dam
age was done.
The orjjati of the German Lutheran
church was properly tuned this week, by
an expert in the art, whose name we have
There is now but one e.xpondent of too
great Shakespeare's Lidy Macbeth, that
one is Janauschek, others trv and fail,
Boston Common weath.
Mr. Kitchen, the gentlemanly fluent
for the works of Dickens an I Moore, was
about with a buggy yesterday delivering
the books. He secured two hundred order
in this city.
Nine hundred pounds of Hat writing
paper to be ruled into note heads, hill
heads, letter hea ls, bills lading, etc., were
yesterday received at The Bi'M.ETrx job of
t Dr. J. W. Singleton and ('apt. William
Clark, of Faducah, wid speak in tem
perance hall on to-morrow evening. They
are among the best temperance material of
our sistei city and will doubtless be greet
ed by a full house.
Quite an effort is at present being
made by some of our citizens to effect the
organization ot a Builders' and Loaa asso
ciation. A greater blessing could hardly
befall the laboring men of this city than
the organization of such an association.
Janauschek does well to bring with
her a troupe so unexpectedly superb. Last
evening three of them besides the star were
called before the curtain. Whig, Qaincy,
A young man, (of French descent i. an
attache of The Bulletin, has receive 1 a
German document under the frank of Hon,
J. R. Thomas. M, C Washington. .Not be
ing able to read it he has left it with us for
Billy Milfoil's own combination make
their first appearance in Cairo at the Ath
eneuiu next Tuesday and Wednesday
nights. There are twenty good men iu the
troupe and tin performances will rank
among the best ever given to the public.
Woen will the times improve.' is the
question in every one's mouth. Vo one
ever thinks of asking for a better cigar
than the "Faultless." There is none better.
It is a p".re Havana tiller, clear wrapper
and soi l wholesale an 1 retail bv F. K rs-myi-r,
Ohio Levee, comer of Sixth street.
Eight hundred fall sleets of Bristol
car l board to be cut into business car Is,
tickets, visiting cards, etc., were yesterday
received at The Bl'I.i.ktin job office.
-Tis but a trirling thing, but 'tis a fact
that Justice Comings has purchased a time
piece a c!ck and placed it upon a thell'
in his or'ice. It is not too tail for the shelf
as was "grandfather's clock" and serves the
J'.Ntice admirably, by jrivins necessary
warning t i lawyers with "endless
The committee which was appointed
night before last, to make the assessments
for the si iewalks which are to be construct
ed and li'-constnieted, is composed of ). J.
Galligan. (leo. E. Olmsted and N. A. D
vore. These gentlemen have had some ex
perience :n the matter of sidewalk assess
ment in the oast, and wiil. therefore, be able
to give genera! satisfaction to our citizn-..
A special tniti, consisting of the di-r-'C-t.
: ' car and one coach, made the run
from Chicago to Cairo, over the Illinois
Central, last week, in 10. hours, a dis
tance of "'io miles. It was done to test the
p iwerof a new engine and the smoothness
of the new steel rails which have just been
put down on that road. Exclusive of stop
pages, tie: rate of speed was forty miles
Thirty reams of white and colored
sized paper for full sheet, quarter sheet,
half sheet and other sies of posters and
programmes, were yesterday received at
The Bi i.i.etin job office.
It should be generally known that a
law has gone into effect, by which married
women are permitted to acknowledge
deeds, etc., iu the same manner as if they
wen- unmarried. It is not necessary, when
they are brought into the anottst presence
of the notary, that they be placed "separ
ate and apart from their husbands," and
declare that they "signed the deeds
freely and without fear or compulsion of
Janauschek stands alone as superbly as
one of Powers' statutes. She will leave a
memory that will outlive the present cen
tury of theatre goers. Boston Globs.
Mr. James Gush was very low yester
day. His mind ha been wandering since
Sunday, and it was expected that he would
nut survive another day. This will be sad
news to his numerous friends in this city,
who have enjoyed his acquaintance for
... i r .a . i.t
many u year, ue contracted tlie consump
tion while in the away, ami, although going
to much expense to effect a cure, has Mead"
ily been sinking. His left lung is entirely
gone, und but very little of the right lung
--Chicago is in tears because she didn't
secure the Democratic convention. Still,
with proper inducements, she can easily
secure n convention of amateur poets, and
it will be yood news to her to learn that
the burglars, thugs, assassins and repeaters
of the United States have selected Chica"0
as the place to hold their first annual con
veution, and it won't Inconvenience the fra
ternity much neither, a" most ot them seem
to be located there already, and doing a
very successful business with Impunity,
and their proceeding will be appropriately
wtiun 1 up by their presenting to "Our Car
ter" a "golden eagle" to mark their ' esteem
for his imbicility.
--It gives uu pleasure to cull the atten
tion of the public to any Arm that by strict
integrity and years of careful attention to
their business and wants of the people, win
their way to the front rank in their line of
trade. All this i.as been done by Messrs.
Smith & Brinkmyer, merchant tailors.
They are now receiving a full line of piece
goods for spring und summer suitings, also
tine clothes of all descriptions, to be made up
iu the latest and most satisfactory manner,
at their establishment, Washington avenue,
corner of Eighth street. Call on them und
Manager Walker, at the Theatre,
Comique isgivingone of the best shows this
week that he has yet presented. Five stars
are on the boards nightly. Baby Florence,
the chilil artist, is truly the child wonder.
Nothing equals the enthusiasm that greets
her every night. She is considered the
greatest song and dance lady and comic
singer (being only a child ), in the world,
Maurice and Ryan are a. show by themselves.
They appear every night in their great char
acter acts, clog dances, etc., and mint be
seen U be appreciated.
As the readers of Tile: Ri'i.rr.m well
know, Senator Logan made a remarkable
speech in the Fitz John Porter case re
markable for tlie length of tim it took
him to declare that he was opposed to the
bill. Senator Carpenter got enough in an
hour. Senator Login wearied out four .ses
sions. .Vmtor t .irnenter s.u I soni'-toia '.
The gentleman from Illinois well, one
hasn't the leisure or patinnce to wade
through his well-nigh int-rmin able screen
in order to ascertain whether or not he did
s iy anything more than his vote would have
said. The ireiitletn 'in from Illinois is nro-
liv. and we may remark, with excusable
vulgarity "that he'll ttlk as long as his
Phil. V. Field, the wide-awake editor
of the I'ope C unity Democrat, has acquired
the habit of striking the nail on th" hea I
in whatever he sivs. Tin following com
plimentary notice ot our feliow-cittzi'ti.
Hon. Thos. W. Ilalli day. we clip from the
Democrat: "Tlnre is a unmiuiius call
from every (pi irter of the Eighteenth dis
trict fir the II Tins. W. Halliday, of
Cairo, to be the IV-in n-ratic candidate for
congress this year. Mr. Hiliidiy can be
cc'Cted; and when elected will be a credit
to his district. If we ha I more sensible,
pro lent, business men like him in office, and
loiver loii i-juouttie-i n'lm'isk'iiis, tlie coun
try would be better off and the p-oples' in
terests would be protected."
Tuesday was tin occasion oi' a happy
event in .Mound City. A we Ming, in
which prominent parties were concerned,
called the people of that town together for
a general merry making. The parties to
the affair were Mr. H. E. Urap -r, of New
Albany, Indiana, and Miss Minnie Diugh
erty, of Mound City, Illinois. Both belong
to the best society in their respective
homes and are known as models of man
aid womanhood. The welding took place
at the resid 'nee of the bride's parents, the
ceremony being performed by the Rev. Joy.
of that place. After th" c -rem my the
Usu i! presents were received, a goi time
indulged in by all. an 1 many congratula
tions offered. The above facts we learned
f.oin parties residing ;nthistity,who attend
ed the wedding. With the good wishes of
innumerable friend we extenJ ours also,
and hope that the bliss thus inaugurated,
may be continuous and never recive the
slightest j irs.
On th ' s-'c on I p age i:i this issue will
found Mr. Hayes' in 'ssage to congress on
the mtei'oceanic canal project. It is neither
a long nor an extraordinary document and
falls decidedly short of public expectation,
and will perhaps lie found about as inter
esting to the readers of The Bulletin' us
would a school boy's composition. The
president gives it as his opinion that the
policy ot the United States should be inal
terable opposition to the building of a canal
which would be under the control o! for
eign powers. As the capital invested iu
such an enterprise must look for protection
tonne or more of the great powers of the
world, the president assarts that no Euro
pwati power could intervene for such protec
tion without adopting measures on this con
tineut which the United States would deem
wholly inadmissible.' In conclusion, he
declares that it is the right aiid duty of the
people of this country to assert and main
tain such supervision and authority over
any inter-oceanic canal across the Ameri
can isthmus a will protect our national in
terests. - Quite all of our city fathers are anxious
that our streets be permanently improved at
as curly u day as possible, but perhaps no
alderman is at present more active in this
regard than is Alderman Lincgar. It was
through his efforts, principally, that the
council decided to gravel Eight street, be
tween the avenues, and he has now intro
duced a resolution which was adopted nt
the lust meeting wlr.ch may lead to the
graveling of other principal streets at no
distant time. As we ye-terday stated, the
resolution instructs the committee on streets
to have survey and estimate made
J of thu amoiini of material necessary
-mfafflt?'-. J I Yiin v l
The JJcst in
When used according to Directions it produces the most
perfect hot breads, besides possessing all of those essential
qualities in which other powders are lacking.
GKO. K. O'llAHA, A pothooary,
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, Cairo, Ills.
to " gravel or ma.ud nnize a number
of our important streets. It a'.so
provides that such gravel or macadam
be of a depth of eight inches, with curb
ing and guttering sufficient to protect the
gravel or mac id am and give a go id an I
sufficient surface drainage to such streets,
and instructs the committee to ascertuu
the probable cost of such improvement,
giving, a near as miy lie, the difference in
the cost of macadam and gravel. Finally
the committee is instructed to c irrespon 1
with the Illinois Centril riilroa I company,
the Cairo an 1 Vincenn-s railroad company
an 1 tin Cairo and St. Louis railro.i I com
pany, and ascertain wh it are the b-st rat -s
that can be had of either of these riads for
delivering street material in this city, an 1
also to ascertain what are the best rates at
which it can b- deliver,' I m th" city by
river. The be-t ot -gravel is said to be
within easy reach of Ciiro. either by lai!
or river, and it is b-ii.nv I th t' ::i tin
future, if properly inaaag I, it may be
brought to this citv a" a mee t Je.s c
than the city his in t:n p.i-t bvn c cupell-
I'd to !I1V.
-The gim ' cf iil'tecn : Toe puzi n-.v;-
which persons are sai I t have g .n a wy
-invented bv a deaf mute whj ,i!
know its commercial vain - R iv iging
Boston and h is rev 'he I Ciiro. A dejf
mut" iu Hirtfird, Connecticut, is stii t
have invent" I the u itorioijs game o! lifte-a.
which is uow worke I uo m and talked
about everywhere. It is regiri"! as I
nuisance in puo.ic s-oo i. s T,t. Hi a sine,.,
of ,jy in b e.rding h e;,'s. M tth.-m atici in
vie with each other in gigantic cpiati
arising fiom it Th puz'e co:;si,s a
spia" box. into which a- lif-l II w.ioleti
S'piuies. nunibere 1 c cisei -iitiv.'ly ft . :n ! t
lo. T.nte is room f.r four row, ' f eir i:i
a row. Toe aWnc of the ;' i'h bl ick
in tin box a;f.if is i" no fc th.- m.eme:r
of the otints. Tli Lfim.' is i . i.-.,r: ange
tin Iilocks a:i 1 !h."i to '..'iag , n ;:n i'-.
i.'i'n consecutive orier :.y 'infing ta-:n
iato place with c.:t iiftmg one :!' the bo1
loui oi tin oo. a . in iota c iv.-:: v.s
to s.'iil th" n-Jnti ei :'r tw i tiiree- -nt
stamps To those win w;;' t i h- re
plies: "Pick up tin 51 an i pur :' '..
toe It." Dealers say that th-y i.'iv iro'i
of a Oermin tailor iu Trov who tnrchi- I
the puzzle, tri'i"! with it, bviuic casnare-l
with it, sat up all night with i thii-w it
awav. "itlnred its ;,;..(,
:i ! t,n U'-x
morning adorned liis s i p win i.iw with a
placard offering a suit of cloth"- t any
man w!io won! I teach him t'n .leth.n.
Tlnv a!s tell of an Albany m vi wh wi.
(elated at suppertinie, an i who I, '.:': I
home to tin 1 no preparation fir supper. ':.,
fire out. tin children roatning u'nu? :'
hous". and his wile lock", I in an roper
room pon nring over one o; to s. puh-s.
whicli he parch::s 'd of a p.-Idler, win
ratt!"d the numhi't' hit consecutive er in
. 1 1 !.... 'I,' , .
' ' 1
man cariies the puzzl" with him in hi-cut
pocket when he visits his jir. The police
iustiee, and att-eivv lou-,. -MW,.,, t if
naturally as t sweet navy tobacco. It has
charmed our saints and sinners alike an 1
has trained a hoi-1 upon tlieiii that is painful
to contemplate :
I'm away this cruk hra'ai pal-.v
t)i- yoii'll c'.i iil tlie j.v'.u n i': .
Ntrnber 1 1. 1',. 1 1
Will tu,-n yj'ir ii" 1 1. a i-l si a I yoa i'i.
- ('apt. J. C. Willis w is in twn ye'er-
-Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Birclay l,av,. re
turned from Hot Springs.
J. C. Dnpoynt, I'.s,)., ol i'uilarl c cinly,
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. A. ('. Harris, of Ch irh'ston. was
on our streets yesterday,
Mr. J. C. Mueller, who h is been un
well, was out on o.ir streets again yesterday,
i . .
Mrs. W. F. Edson, and daughters, ot
St. Louis, are iu the citv visitiug friends
Mr. Carl Peters, of St. Mary. Mo ar
rived in this city yesterday. He will re
turn to his home Monday or Tuesday next.
Mr. John Arriek, formerly of this city.
but now of Chicago, is spending a few
lays with old acquaintance, in this city,
-('apt. W. P. Halliday. left for Hot
Springs yesterday. He goes there for a
"resting spell," we believe, and will be ab
sent about three weeks.
There were no criminal cases before
Justice Coinings yesterday.
A young man natiii! suppress 'd was
nrr.rsted bv officer Woolen yesterday for
creating a disturbance. Squire Robinson
fined him five dollars and co.H,
Alice Ramsy, a lUughrer of Ham, was
brought before Justice Robinson yesterday,
charirod with creiitiior n ilisturbiiiiee. 'I'lio
t. .. ... 1 .I....M . i i it l I
charge, bomtj well sustaiuo J shy was fined
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five dollars and costs making a total of
$7.). which she pa: I.
Two men who had n yet lcarue 1 tint
"wine is a mocker and s'rong drink is rag
iug. a:i I whosoever is deceived t.hereiiy is
not wise," were brought before S piire RoV
i:ion yest'-rl iv. charged with dnnkenne.s
,m I were fined one dollar and costs each.
Mr. E. O'Ncii. a white man, ycs'e.-d ay
exercised his mu-c'.e, upon our Eighth
street merchant. Mr. Valentine Resh. Mr,
I!, is it approving of the lib.-r'y O'Nei had
taken with hi. per.-.:', had that nt'eni-a-i
brought b"t',, re .notice Robinson iu order
tint In might g:v- an explanation for hi
unaccount'ible on iuet. O'Neil's exp', m a
ti.m proving iu-uffei-ut. an 1 lr wj ti ti-. i
tifi 'eti d I'larsau I c..,ts a i I weut to tin jl!
to h in i it out.
Toe 11 pitaVe Li:'- A-s'ira.r Sxi-fy of
New Y"rk l- a i v pwi ig iiv; -a , , j ;
I'irii : T citi.n po'!es.
Policy N . 4.1. 0,', was l . ,,. ;);,
; .i J.i jmr-. ! . on tli
M in living ia (i-.'...s'c:rg. I, lino:-. The
p iliey ai. f'-r $'.! ). .n 1 tl." aatrii'. ;
j ::-:'i::i V);- .i t..e ::-t'o of I-i.tJa.n u-y,
i t:'" P '-''.v-h-.: ler IV: a I t;:C I." hi!
V'.'I yes. je.
d'inc imp lay the:, offer1 1 him apai i- :;. p-il-I
'y f c f J . or t i heck f r ' i .", ci-h.
II- prefer-ed. ' '.V-.'Ver. t (OU'i'l.:" I'i,
pili. yl'ir f '..'is. i. His pr- niiu:.i i.i-'etl
of being f ir $"o .(;. w!
si, I,, ,',:i:v
4 i: I l c. ;. . .i. :
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-ma. er sum. rr eig.it v.- r l-itig-r. the
policy, w'li-'h is a, 2 ) ye ir v. i cvmh-::'. j .;
be pa; I t . him in ';:;. or it' he l. n' I
j iu t!' ' ir,"rv,:- !,; y 1
to a:i'.o::'r n; t'n rio.iey .
Tlii :s one t- t : tn 1 of th" r-i.i . ..f
ni my p ili-ies n r'lilag t. e?d of
th-ir T '.'I'ln ' t-rms.
I r is A--!:iw K.t th it ,e or i :i iry c .,.i'--.
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J. A. Fr'-. ig. Ciaciu'n'i : S ,:;r:i 1 Iv.; e.
i V'. Pt.: Mr,. Wat: r-. I ll I'i ;
Uric; B;tler. Villig- R'-lg-: H. L. W: --y.
A'li'tgt ,ti. Ky.: R. 'I. Will: u:m, N.O : A.
; Willi, mi.. A'l ant a. Ot.; J.( . N'.li-. M p
o'i: A.C. H irrk Ci; irh-ton. Mr; J. .
K em" iy. N. o.; G. . 1 1. . ( . ilr. I', rt
worth. Te ; M:-s M it) E. Walk I'.. -
l A ti: ::'! Y I s': etll" I ! I Iv l.' I. Ill' t-:. i .
N. Y., M:. C 'at'eerim- y..3:!tn::ri:i ::;!' i in-,
'. that see ha'd occa.; -.-. i;.- t'u r. -1 -
":t ,!l '"v,'r- '"1'"" ': t..l'Mf..Mt
S'.vel of to iiui'is .i , j .- ;:,...., tij'l,
real s:; ri-.-.
ir ha- won lerftti p"Wem:-, ',e,.;v i; r
an I k; ;ii"sl What.' K: l.r-i W'.et. t:y
ON I i il l' on
Saturday Kvcni:m'. March '
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JAN AUSCH EK!
t !'!'i)iiri:i) nv
i tAKin Mi:m:i)m i.
Am I ii r on ii i;i tI Dr iaiat'.i Ceinpiu;, . a -d
'i tiers'" f Ironi Hie pi'i'jcipnl theilers o;' Aaie;
Ii i , In M.ikesl.eiire M'.is!e:p'.t'ij.
i.-l ly Me'.eth lANAt Ji ilUll
Adm'!'!!! ; ci'tit. It.'selVed av.it J'. For a 1 o
at. 1) II ii'tin iu .
( HUDMiH. KTC,
Highest Medal at Vienn,u Phi!aile!p!,i,i
K.& II. T. AXITIOXV A CO.,
5'..l lJcoodwriy, New Yorlc.
.Miiaiifaiturer. Importers and
Velvet Frames, Albums, Gtaihoco)e.
Steieocoies and Viuws. Fngt liv
ing's. Cliroiuos, Pliotouraplis,
And Kindred t.oods - Cele'ii'tles, Adresiieis. Ulc,
lMiotogtiniiic MntcriaLs !
We are Ile.iifiu.irlera for Ewrjlhlu'j
la t'ni ay of
Stereopt icons, Maijie Lanterns
E lCh Ktyli! lof tin Cue li('t of It' C':l"
Iu tlie marliut.
Iteiullfiil IMiotoariipliicTi'aiiipuretiolei" of Statu
ary und Kuriivln lor the window.
Convex claws, Miiuulaeliirer ot Vol vet Friiines
for MluititiiriUftad Convex Ohis I'lctuiva.
('.,!,.!., ..f r.. L.H.I.. ....... ..
s ' r,.vH.,,T ii i.ntuHrun unil Millie", w in (or.ic.
tiun for ualux, eut wu n-pt uf tea ceut. ij-uio-