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fcCHOOL ELECTION NOTICE,
tiotlco la hereby liiven that an election will bo
bold oil Baturduy. April 10th, at tha Arab ewrtno
boue, lor the inrpoi of cIitIIdk one nrlionl
triiHloe forTowniblp 17 8on!U, Rauipi 1 Went, Al
.ndercounty. JOHN M. LAN SI) EX.
One or twoplcanant farnii-hed roomii, on aecourt
Door, wltb or without board. Iiicitlrt corner tf
. Washington Avenue aud Twentieth treet, opposite
' court home.
An order' (rood for gl. tf applied nn any ulylo
6rm elan Mendleanhnu piano. III bu aold low.
Apply at thia office.
Mr. L. J. Berne can accommodate a few day
boadera. also board and room for two. Price very
low. Applv at tier boiiff next to the Catholic
church on Vaiului:ton avenue.
yjf II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OfllM ltd 0. amcnlal avnuo. Residence cbrner
Fourteenth St. and Wanhiuirton avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omen No. ISO Commercial
Eighth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFI0 E : With the Widows' and Oorpnaue' Mu
ual Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Y'OCUM cfc BRODERIUK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO, - - ILLS.
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
H. I.. HALLIDAY, Vlce-Hrenldent.
TUoS. W. HALLIDAY, Ca-hier.
S. IITAAT TATlflR, W. P. H M.I.I DA V,
H1NIIT L. HAM.IUtY, R. II. CCNNINOHAM,
OJ. D. WUJ.IAMSON, KTKI'HKN IIIKU,
Exchange, Coin and United States Bowl
BOUUUT AND HOLD.
DnpHitrreceived and a cuueral bntikinx btti'lncei
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manulacturer of and Dtmler luAlao
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
KINDS Of JOB W0KK BONg TO OltDKItJg.)
NO. 27, EIGHTH ST REFT,
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5 MS Si
Mil be reached, or more properly speaking,
oyiect now Is that congress will ad
Only Mo'-'w 1st of July, so that the poll-
to their campaign duties
RNTKRF.t) AT Til
unois, as BLown elections leaving
of tho present ses
OFFICIAL PAPER OF Ai- ..Congress has
SPECIAL LOCAL ITj-X'
Mr. Jolin Major is prepared to tim
all kinds of new wagons and buggies on
credit, od approved paper or very low for
Mr. John Major has pow on hand a
largo lot of farm and spring wagons, log
wagon, one horse, two horse and sulky
plows, Tcssier's best, and double and single
harrows. New and second hand buggies
very cheap for cash or approved paper. Go
and sec them.
"Those who missed hearing the tenor
solos of Mr. George Gale,last night, lost one
ot the greatest treats of their lives. His
singing was grand, showing him to be a
complete master of his voice." Detroit
The "Active"' cooking
stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
The Mendleson Quartette and Operatic
concert troupe are pronounced by press and
public, the finest organization on the road.
Comique Hall, Tuesday, April Cth.
NEW YORK STORE,
agents for Bryon Brown & Co.'s custom
shoes: Every pair warranted. Best shoes
in the world.
Jacob Kline desires the public to know
that he lias perfected his machinery for the
manufacture of stone in blocks, and is now
ready to receive orders for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stone, building corners, window
sills, caps, etc. Orders will receive prompt
attention, and be filled without delay.
General repairing ot carnages and bug
gies. Go to John Major, Tenth street, Cairo,
Cairo, Ills., March 25, 190.
Public notice is hereby.given to deposi
tors and all others that, on and after May
1st, 1SS0, the rate of interest allowed and
paid by the Enterprise Savings Bank will
be four (4 1 per cent, per annum on all de
posits, under the rules and regulations of
said bank, until further notice.
By order of the Board of Directors.
Titos. W. Hallidav,
Secretary and Treasurer.
NEW YORK STORE,
cheapest place in the city to buy your dry
goods. Call ami obtain price. Don't be
deceived, but walk a few blocks and save
Mixe. Adklaida Tahf.lli, tlie great
soprano; .Jennie .MenUleson, tlie world
renowned contralts; George Gale, the
favorite tenor, and IrvinT. Bush, the great-
t of all bassos, will positively oppear at
the grand operatic concert given by the
Mcud!esii Quartette at Comique Hall,
Tuesday, April Cth.
Wanted. I wo good journeymen tailors
None but tlie best need apply.
Ohio Levee, between Second and Fourth
Agent forHeilmaa'a be plow made.
warranted, and money refunded if not the
best. New Yohk Stoke.
Mit. Ihvix T. Bl-sii is a host in him
self; he has a bass voice that is really
grand, and has such a pleasant manner on
the stage that lie cannot fail to please. N.
Y. Dramatic News.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, all in first-class
order: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
lianieter, 24 feet long, with smoke stack;
one engine 10 inch bore, 24 inch stroke.
with heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's planer; oue 12 inch planer; f ur rip
saws and frames complete; one cut oil' saw;
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine for bed posts and rtiijsjono self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring ma
chine; one power mortising''maeliine; two
turning lathes; three Emery wheels.mountcd
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 3 inch
line shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factory,
SEE YOURSELF AS OTHERS SEE YOU.
It you want a perfect, natural mid life
like picture of yourself or friend in India
ink and water colors, albumen ink or oil
on canvass, give Lightfoot & Shelton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms ou applica
tion. Call at Mrs. Stiles', Seventh street.
The "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
The graud Operatic concert, to be given
at Comique Hall, Tuesday, April Cth, by
Mendleson Quartette, w ill be the grand
event of the season iu Cairo.
Wasted Immediately, a girl to do
housewoik and to cook.
Mhs. Sami:ei. E. Wii.sox,
On Cross street, between Washington
Avenue and Walnut street.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
W. C. AXD L. ASSOCIATION COLUMN.
Edited In tho Interval of tho Public Library.
MEN, WOMEN AND BOOKS.
Victor Hugo in n recent speech said:
"The press is one of tho masters of human
mind. Its task is daily; its work colossal.
It acts at one and the same time and everv
minute on all parts ot the civilized world."
The Cairo Public Library is making a
Vamo for itself abroad. Tho secnjjlias
t received a handsome imcd' tliro,i
ouVMethod for the Stufoons appreciating
this fat. vby Louise .Mail, on the subsidence
of the sipe-water to at once call upon J. S.
Hawkins to look after their cisterns.. Such
work is a specialty with him, and he per
forms it cheaply, quickly and thoroughly.
"Sioxora Taiiei.u. In another column
will he found an announcement of the ap
pearance of Adelaida Tarelli and her
troupe. Signora Tarelli is an Italian
prima donna, who made a very successful
debut at Tremont Temple, Boston last
winter, under the auspices ot the Knights
of Pythias. We had the pleasure of at
tending a private concert given by Signora
Tarelli recently, and can warmly endorse
the lady as being a vocalist of eminent
ability. Her musical education was com
menced in her early childhood. She made
a highly successful debut In Milan, iu
opera, and came to this country for the
purpose of rendering Italian opera." Lynn
Record, Mav 5.
10 pounds choice white sugar $1 00
10 pounds extra choice sugar 1 00
1 1 pounds best N. O. sugar 1 00
12 pounds prime N.O. sugar 1 00
5 pounds best Rio coffee 1 00
C pounds prime Rio coffee 1 00
7 pounds fair Rio coffee 1 00
3 pounds pie peaches, per can 12
2 pounds full peaches, per can 15
Z pounds full peaches, per can 20
2 pounds tomatoes, per can 10
3 pounds tomatoes, per can 14
Choice potatoes, per bu 50
Best soda crackers 4 lbs. for 25
Best soda crackers, per lb 4J
Matches, 200 box. 3 boxes for 10
Stanch, per pkg 4 Jo
Best Kirk's G. Soap, 4 bars 25
lb. bar soap 05
Magnolia best roasted coffee, 2 lb.
packages for 45
& W. flour, best ia the city, t;uar
auteed 8 50
Corn Flour, per lb 2
Blacking, 3 boxes for 10
Ruston best butter per pound 32
Fairbank lard 3 pounds for 25
artii-s wishing to buy goods cheap will con
sult their interest by calling on New York
Store oldest house in Southern Illinois and
largest stock of goods, full line of seed po
tatoes, onion setts, garden and field seeds.
Buy your good, now. They are Sold at the
owest prices. New Yoke Stoke.
Goods, goods, jobed at St. Louis prices
C. O. Patier, & Co. Our Magnolia coffee,
we guarantee better than any other in the
market. Try it.
(iENEARL LOCAL NEWS.
Rea l Dr. Marean's new dissertation on
Mr. J. P. Morse, of St. Louis, is in the
city, visiting his daughter, Mrs. John A.
Mrs. Albert Carroll, of Cobden, is in
the city, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
--Rumors to the effect thJt several new
ca-es of scarlet fever have developed in the
city, are uutruc.
C. O. Patier k Co. give extraordinarily
low figures, this morning, as the selling
rates articles justly classable among iamily
Judge Baker returned home, yesterday
afternoon, from a protracted stay in Mt.
ernon. He will propably remain in the
city several davs.
Very beatiful indeed are Kate W 's
''Piigrim Thoughts," this morning, as well
in the spirit that pervades thorn, as in the
smoothe and apparently unstudied terseness
that characterizes their expression.
The Herald Artie exposition may
make wonderful discoveries, but should it
pass from pole to pole it will nowhere dis
cover a five cent cigar, superior to the
"Faultless," sold in this city, by F. Kors-
-A distinguishing feature of to-day's
Bt i.i.ETiN is the W. C. und L. Association's
department. It will occupy its alloted
space in the paper every Sunday morning,
ami enlist, in iu editorial management,
the services of ladies of recognized ability
William Wright was brought to the
bar of jusiice, yesterday, to answer a
charge of drunkenness. In view of Mr.
W.'s shuttered health, the court gave him a
"stay," during tho continuance of which he
promised to shake from from his feet the
dust of the city.
A lad about ten years of age, left homo
at 7 o'clock yesterday morning, and hud
not returned at supper time yesterday even
ing. As lie was much given to ventures on
and about the sipe-wutor, the apprehensions
felt for his safely wete by no means cause
less. By a change in the school law, of
which wo kuuw nothing, until informed
SUNDA v)RNINC. APRIL
nnn In, rda'( the election for mcmk'rs
, . , f education has
nuum "' . . l . i
it two weens lurtucr
board to fiie election was not held yester
to tho pet will bo hold on the 17tU instant.
programmes of the Original
idelson Quartette contains a personal
corf. B.," over the signature of Lew Catlett,
w'uich accuses "a well-known party here of
he lerhanded work." We refer to the matter
uerely to inquire if our olfactories deceive
ins, or do wo really sniff blood in the atmos
rphere? The Mendelson Quartette will fill a
week's engagement in this city, commenc
ing Monday evening, the 5th instant. Tho
troupe will appear in the Theatre Comique,
and not in the Atheneum, as heretofore an
nounced by bills and advertisements. The
quartette is said to embrace musicians and
vocalists of nrst-class talent.
Tlie public school vacation will last
just one week, terminating with the close of
the present week. This will prove but a
short respite for over-worked teachers and
over-diligent pupils; but better that than
to take a longer vacation and thereby pro
tract the next term into the hot weather of
There were an unusual number of
turnouts on our principal boulevards, yes
terdayladies and their masculine escorts,
both in carriages and on horseback. Many
of our ladies are graceful riders and ex
pert drivers; but the gentlemen! If uny
body still labors under the delusion that
oil and water will not mix, he can readily
dispel the delusion. It will only be neces
sary for him to subject the liquids to a half
mile "shake-up" in the coat tail pocket of a
In the Democratic state convention, to
be held in Springfield on the 10th day of
June, Alexander county will be entitled to
three delegates, or one delegate for every
400 votes cast for Tilden in 1STC. The
convention will nominate a state ticket,
and a presidential electoral ticket.
The state central committee made the call
of such an interminable length that less
than one-half the Democratic papers can
find, or feel disposed to yield, the space
The trial of Mr. E. F. Davis, on the
charge of fraud, preferred by Messrs. Jew
ett & Adams, was brought to a close yes
terday evening, in a verdict of guilty,
against the defendant. The hearing of the
case was commenced on Wednesday last,
before Judge Yoctim. and monopolized the
attention ot the court until about 0 o'clock
yesterday evening. The facts, drawn out
and the law applicable to the case, were
ably discussed by S. P. Wheeler, Esq., lor
the plaintiff, and Messrs. Linegar & Lans
den for the defendant, as were the many
points evolved during the progress of the
trial. What the purposes of Mr. Davis' at
torneys are, in view ot the verdict, we have
not been informed.
Mr. J. H. Mulcahey, one of the leading
residents of Goose Island precints, is mak
ing a tour of the extreme South, among his
wife's relatives. Under date of March
2!lth, he writes us from Pond Fork, Georgia,
as follows: "I am visiting my wife's rehy
fives in this country, and s far, we have
had a delightful time of it. Tlie mountain
scenery is beuuiful and grand beyondt de
scription. This is a pine country, and, by
the way, "a gold region," also. Our cousin,
Mr. Jason Harrison, has discovered two rich
leads or veins of gold on his plantation,
that promise to become to him a big
bonanza. I shall leave here tor South
Carolina in a day or two, and, in due sea
sou will strike home again."
The police business of the city, during
the past week, was unusually inactive.
With the exception of a "plain drunk," and
a "mild disorderly," before Squire Robin
son, Friday, the bulk of the busiue's before
the justices, was reported in The Bu.i.e
tin. Nor would the business have been
materially increased had all the offenders
against law and order been brought to a
reckoning. "Crib-cracking," "shop-lifting,"
"glim-dousing," and like offences, seemed
to form but a small part iu the total of
crime for th week past. If there be a
cause for this, thai is subject to human con
trol, what is it, and why may it not bo em
ployed as an agent in the work of moral
A "fancy" female, indisputably under
the influence of alcohol, was brought be
fore Squire Comings, yesterday, by Police
man Dunkcr. She was not only intoxi
cated, but very angry, ami quite as con
trary and obstinate as angry. She refused
to give her name, to answer questions or to
interpose a defence of her conduct or a
confession of her guilt. The squire there
fore dubbed her Nancy Smith, for the
nonce, ami proceeded the same as if he
had hit upon tho right designation. To
be drunk, to feel obstinate and generally
ugly, was rather rough on the female, but
to bo dealt with under the homely name
of Nancy Smith, was exasperating beyond
measure. Tljo charges preferrcdwere sus
tained, and "Nancy" was scut over for a
. The dance on tho Scudder last night,
was largely attended, and Capt. Carter in
troduced the proper evidence to show that
ho was oain in the hoy day of youth
Goorgo Baker, tho genial "ink fiend," was
lianny, and displayed a familiarity with
tho tcrpsiclioreau art that surprised even Ins
most, intimate friends. Matt Fulton dis
played certain characteristics that were
pleasing and agreeable; but which are
only indulged in during tho absence of tho
fellow's better half. Capt. Charles Baugli-
nian, in cutting a new stylo pigeon-wing,
was frequently applauded, and really was
the "hello" of the evening. Other gentle
men did well, but lack of space, etc., etc.,
etc., you know. Capt. Shields displayed
considerable energy at the dance hist night
for one of his years.
The steamer Colorado, ot the Anchor
line, when about four miles below New
Madrid, at about 11 o'clock on the evening
of the 2nd, was struck by a terrific gale.
Tlie storm raged for about two hours, and
nt times the excitement was intense. All
passengers were prepared for a dreadful al
ternative. The coolness and indomitable
courage of Capt. McPheters, and Pilot Mc
Bride, who were on duty at the time, and
Engineer J. Davidson, who was on
watch, did much to reassure the much
alarmed passengers. Tlie swells in the
long reach of river at that place, were
much heavier, according to the statement
of old river men, than were ever seen on
tlie Mississippi before. All the officers be
haved with remarkable coolness during the
continuance ot the fierce gale, and the Col
orado "weathered the storm" and came out
The committee appointed by president
Woodward, under a resolution of the Cairo
Taxpayers' Association, to take into consid
eration the general condition of the city,
with reference to a general improvement f
its sanitation, and to consider, in connec
tion therewith, the drainage of the city
the committee charged with this very im
portant duty, is composed of the following
srentlomen, all of whom are members of tlie
association, viz: S. S. Taylor, Wood Rit
tenhouse, Samuel Walters, William Mc
Ha!e and J. Y. Turner. The composition
of this committee is good every man on it
will be actuated by uu interest in the city's
future beyond the interest that property
gives, and will, we d ire say, deal intelli
gently and industriously with the subject
matter referred to them, which we need not
a l i, is a matter of vital consequence to the
city of Cairo.
"Harry Schatimfounder" has more
mercy in his composition than we have
given him credit fur. We remember with
what appreheusions we awaited the receipt
of original campaign songs from him sev
eral years ago, and how tnanfuily we strove
to shield our readers from weekly afflic
tions of that character. Of late, however,
tlie fellow has done nothing to excite our
fears of another rhymthmic raid upon our
columns. The mention of Governor Sey
mour's name in connection with the Demo
cratic nomination for the presidency.
would, we felt quite certain, start him
again; and for two weeks or more we were
entirely miserable iu the expectation that
he would break into on; columns ia about
this style :
"Oh, Seymour' mhe pride of the Nation
The ijallaut, the lvaru-! am t!m true;
lie's worthy of a'.l approbation.
For he und by "the Ii.i. Whitf and Blue,"'
Is it any wonder that, constantly torn by
such anticipations, our health broke down
and we became an invalid.'
Ridiculous falsehoods, like the follow
ing, have Ion? since been shorn of their
power for harm. We object, not especially
to the currency given to them, but to the
spirit that could move a Southern Illinois
newspaper man to the work of rummaging
files of newspapers, with the mould of
twenty-three years upon them, for no other
purpose than to "hit Cairo." Such a spirit
seems to have animated the editor of the
Carbondale Observer, in whose paper, only,
we find the absurdly false paragraph. It
first appeared iu Harper's Weekly for May
.'!", 1857. and, (the reader will hardly be
lieve it; was written by "John Plm-nix:"
"Cairo is a small hole at the junction of the
Ohio and Mississippi rivers, surrounded by
an artificial bank to prevent intimidation.
Then; are here about thirteen inhabitants,
but the population is estimated ut three
thousand, that being a rough estimate of
the number of people that were once
congregated there, when five trains arrived
before a boat left for New Orleans. They
were enjoying the luxury of small-pox at
Cairo when we arrived; they are always up
to something of the kind; a continued suc
cession of amusements follow. The small
pox having terminated its engagement, the
cholera makes its appearance, and is then
followed by yellow lever for the season.
Sweet spot! Dickens has immortalized it
under the name of Eden, nn evident mis
nomer, for no man worth so much as Adam
could remain there by any possibility."
Among other matters that will be
pressed upon the attention of the council,
during the coining year, will he the con
sideration and adoption of means to pre
vent the periodical accumulations of sipe
water in the depressed portions of our city.
That any citizen's etl'orts to shield tho city
from such inflictions should, to any extent,
be paralyzed by tho delusion thnt the sipe
water, iu any manner, contributes to the
good health of our city, is a matter of pro
found astonishment with those who seri
ously consider the subject from either a
scientific or common sense stand-point.
The water holds in solution a large portion
of the excreta of scores of privy vaults,
stables and hogs pens, gathers iu the hurt
ful principles of the decaying vegetation it
covers, and, uuder tho action of tho
sun, soon changes from a crystal transpar
ency to a dark green or coffee browu color,
givingj off odors "as obnoxious to our
olfactories as its color is to our sight. That
this liquid, which wo strive to exclude
from our cisterns as we would so much ab
solute putridity, is conducive to health, is
too preposterous to invite serious contradic
tion. In every view in which they can be
considered, except iu their process of get
ting out, or in their total absence, tho peri
odical accumulations of sipe-water are to bo
held and dealt with as an evil as an un
sightly draw-back to tho city that should
be provided against at the earliest possible
period. That means for the accomplish
ment of this end are accessible, and may
be employed gradually, if not at once, wc
have never doubted. Had tlie money that
was expended in the purchase and use of
pumps, been used in filling up the hollows
and depressions in the ground, to the heightU
of the more elevated surface that skirt3
them, a sure ami permanent pre
ventive of "sipe-water,' would
have been provided more than a
dozen years ego. But a slight ad
ditional resistance to the upward pressure
of the water that diffuses itself through the
sandy stratum tha'. underlies the greater
portion of the city, is needed. It has been
noticed by all old citizens who "had their
eyes about them," that where the surface
had been rendered hard and compact by
the frequent passage of teams, there were
no "percolutions;" whereas, on the untrod
den groun 1 of the same level, only a few
feet away, evidences of the incoming or
up-risiug water could bo seen, even-where.
This fact, the truth "of which is sub
ject to eay demonstration, shows that,
although we have regarded our sipe-water
as a great curse to our city, it is a cure,
nevertheless, that can be removed, effect u
ally and permanently. It is the opinion of
sensible citizens, who have bestowed atten
tion upon t'le matter, that a compact til! of
Villa Ridge clay and gravel to the depth of
eighteen inches, over the surface through
which the water finds its way into the city,
would as completely shield us lrom the
liquid visitations in question, as the levee
shields us from the direct inroads of the
rivers. But, without pursuing these
sound theories further, we have to
express the hope that the little
start, made by the Cairo Tax-payer's a-ci-ation
cn Friday evening, in the appoint
ment of a committee of five members to
consider of and report upon the matter,
will speedily augment itself into an irresis
table "boom," that will at once involve the
council, and enforce such action as the im
portance and urgency of tlie subject so
A WONDERFUL CURATIVE AGENT.
THE MEDICAL VIRTIESOK TIIE CEI.EBIIATEI)
HOT Sl'ItlNOS OK Al. KANSAS WITH KI.El
TKK'ITV, NOW AT VOtll OWN IX) oil AT
I am now fully prepared to lurnish the
celebrated Electro VaporBaths at my office
on Commercial avenue, over Black's slice
store. These baths equalize the circula
tion, warm the extremities, invigorate
the tired brain, quiet nervous irritability,
promote digestion, increase genera! vital
ity and cure acute and chronic diseases
is unquestionably the best bath in the world
for general cleanliness as well as a curative
agent. It combines the virtues of heat,
electricity and aqueous or medicated vapor.
The baths are patronized by the best clas.s
of society. Those who are healthy take
them to keep well; the invalid to get well;
and all are grea'ly benefitted by their use.
Every form of disease finds prompt relief in
thes? unique and delightful biths. Call
and be convinced. Ajhdy attendant will
always be in readiness " wait on lady pa
trons. . Repectfuliy,
Dlt. WM. H. M XtlF.AN.
Note Heads as low as f per 1,000.
Letter Heads as low as f' 75 pi r
Imperial Bill Heads as low as f 2 per
Bills Lailmg as low ns 50 per 1,000.
Envelops and printing $2 50 to $4 00
At The Bi'i.i.f.tin job office.
Itchi.vj Pii.ks Svmitoms and CritE
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, increased by scratch
ing, very distressing particularly at night,
as if pin worms were craw ling in and about
the rectum; the private parts are some
times affected; it allowed to continue very
serious results may fellow. Dr. Swayne's
All-Healing Ointment is. i pleasant, "sure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Eryesipelas, Barber's Itch,
Blotches, all Scaly, Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price 50 cents, 3 boxes 1 25.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayue &
Sou, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists.
Wcdiu'sday, April 7th
AHEItNooN AMD 1VRN1M1.
JIIAL and DllAPEll'S
FamoiiH Company In the great moral nud picture
LTilcIo Tom's Cabin.
(irnnd Scenic and Mechanical crtVcU. A traluecl
donkey. Full baud of COLOHKD .H'UILEK
MutlueuutS. Kvenlnir nt 8 o'clock p. m Pup.
itlur prlcen. 'J.V and Ml ceuta. Adm!nlnN to Mat
inee, children l cento, adult, emit. Un
served scat can bo had at ilurtuiau'i new toio.