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ALL AUVEKTf S E M ENTR In thla column, i(
tva lmw each or lti will b published Ior
KnWoimlmTtlon;Slimn. 50 centa: 1 w'k, H'i
wonth, 1.30; S months withont cluing, II. p'r
knotb. KcJ additional Hue, prorata. Situation
bCHOOL ELECTION NOTICE.
Voile la hereby elven that a election will I
fceld ou Saturday. April loth, t the Arab enetne
bouae.fnr the pnrpoi-e ot electing one Jfhool
truateeforTowuahlp 17 Son'.h, Range 1 Weal, ai-
aoder county. JOHS M. LANSDEN.
FOR KENT. .
On or two pleanant fornifhed room, on aecona
Noor. with or without hoard 1 "fl1.l,rc', !lZ,t
Waablngton Avenue and Twentieth Hreet, opposite
A order' (,'ood tor if V!0" snv '.,y
lr elaVa cndlei.iou l'iano. Will he fold low.
Apply t tnl otlice. ,
Mra L .1 Byrne can Hfrommwiate a few day
Boader. ala'o board and room for two I'rire. very
low Applv at her house next to the ( atholic
Church on Washington avenue.
II. 31 ARE AN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Offle 1 W Oo imerdal avenue. Residence corner
Foart-enth St. and Washington avenue. Cairo.
,R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omn-No. IVi Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Nlutli Streets
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
D E NTIS T .
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With tin Widows" and Oorpaani' Mu
oal Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv
() FFIC K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
"JOCUM fc MiODERKJK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO. - ILLS.
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W, P. IIALLIOAY, President.
II. L. HALI.IDAY. Vice-President.
TilOS. W. IIALLIOAY, Cashier.
. TAAT1TATI,01, W. P. llAU.IIur.
IIKr I.. IIAM.IIMT, H. H. eCNNlMUIAM,
. D. WILLIAMSON, iTKI'IIKN lllllll,
II. II. CANIIKR.
Exchange, Coin ami Vniteil States Bonds
IlOVlillT AND SOLD.
Dopssitsrerclved and a general banking business
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manulaetiirerol and Dealer In Ainu
WN, COPPER tS; SHEET-IRON WARE
tJTau. kind or joii wuiik ft tN e To niuirrtiJ J
NO, 27, F.IiaiTH STKF.KT.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Moruinjr. Daily In Southern Illinois.
FNTEUED AT THE POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Cairo. III.. April ft. ISsO
Time. Har. Ther. Iiaui. Wind. Vel Weather,
10 " iSt.W
Maximum Temperature, Ml 9 ; Uluinium Tem
perature, tljs; Rainfall 0.00 Inch.
River 34 feet S inche.
W. H. KAY,
Seri't Signal Corps. C. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Mr. John Major is prepared to furnish
all kinds of now wagons and buggies on
credit, on approved paper or very low for
Mr. John Major has now on hand a
large lot of farm and spring wagons, log
wagon, one horse, two horse and sulky
plows, Tester's best, ami double and single
harrows. New and second hand buggies
very cheap for cash or approved paper. Go
and see them.
The "Active"' cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
The, Memlleson 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 Bryou Brown A' Co.'s custom
shoes. Every pair warranted. Best slices
in the world.
Jacob Kline desires the public to know
that he has 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 tilled without delay.
Cairo, Ills., March 2o. lS-sO.
Public notice is hereby given to deposi
tors and all others that, on and after May
1st, IStiO, the rate of interest allowed and
paid by the Enterprise Savings Bank will
be four (4 ) 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.
Tiios. W. IIallidav,
Secretary aud Treasurer.
NEW YORK STORE,
cheapest place in the city to buy your dry
goods. Call and obtain price. Don't be
deceived, but walk a few blocks and save
Mi.i.f.. Adelaida Taueli.i. the great
soprano: Jennie Mend'eson, the world
renowned contralts; George Gale, the
favorite tenor, ami IrvinT. Bush, the great
est of all bassos, will positively opptar at
the grand operatic concert given by the
Mtndlcson Quartette at Comique Hall,
Tuesday, April Cth.
Agent for Heilmau's best plow made,
warranted, and money refunded if not the
best. New York Store.
Goo Is jobbed at St. Louis prices by C. O.
Patier, & eo. Our Magnolia coffee,
we guarantee better than any other in the
market. Try it.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, all in first-class
order: One boiler nearly new. 40 inches
diameter, 2 Meet long, with smoke stack:
one engine 10 inch bore, 21 inch stroke.
with heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's planer: one 12 inch planer; four rip
saws and frames complete; one cut oil' saw:
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine for lied posts and rails; one si-lf-l'e"d
slat tenanting machine, one boring nut
chine; one power mortising machine; two
turning lathes; three Emery wheels, mounted
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 inch
line shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factory.
SEE YOURSELF AS OTHERS SEE YOU.
It you want a perfect, natural and life
like picture of yourself or friend in India
ink and water colors, albumen ink or oil
on canvass, give Lightt'oot & Shelton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special term on applica
tion. Call at Mrs. Stiles', Seventh street.
Tin: "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, nt Davidson's.
The grand Operatic concert, to be given
aU'omique Hall. Tuesday, April llth, by
Metidleson Quartette, w ill be the grand
event of the season in Cairo.
Mr. Chas. Shoenmeyer, proprietor of the
Gcrmania houe, situated at the Junction
ol Poplar and Tenth streets and Wash
int'-on avenue, is prepared to
accommodate n few more day
boarders at reasonable rates, The
tublo Is first class, containing always the
best the season affords, ami the general uc
coinmodittions ullonli'd tire not surptisse
hy a;iy private boarding house in luu cily
BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING,
filiU ' 11
While filth rTlw-at disease breeder, lot
taccumulate where it may, it becomes espe
cially, dangerous when diffused through
our drinking water. Citizens appreciating
this fact should not fail, on the subsidence
of the sipe-water mc call upon J. S.
Hawkins to look aljftcjr cisterns. Such
work is a specialty with him, and ho per
forms it cheaply, quiokly and thoroughly.
10 pounds choice white sugar $t 00
10 pounds extra choice sugar 1 00
11 pounds best N. O, sugar 1 00
12 pounds prime N.O. sugar 1 00
5 pounds best Rio coffee 1 00
C pounds prune 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
3 pounds lull peaches, per can 20
2 pounds tomatoes, per can 10
3 pounds tomatoes, per can U
Best hams 10
Choice potatoes, per bu 50
Best soda crackers 4 lbs. for 25
Best soda crackers, per lb A)
Matches. 200 box. 3 boxes for 10
Stai-ch. per pkg 4J
Best Kirk's G. Soap, 4 bars 25
1 lb. bar soap 05
Magnolia best roasted coffee, 2 lb.
packages for 45
P. it W. flour, best in the city, guar
anteed S 50
Corn Flour, per lb 8
Blacking. 3 boxes for 10
Ruston best butter per pound 82
Fairbank lard 3 pounds for 25
Parties wishing to buy goods cheap will con
sult their interest by calling on New York
Store oldest house in Southern Illinois and
larsest stock of goods, full line of seed po
tatoes, onion setts, garden and field seeds.
Buy your goods, now. Tliey are sold at the
lowest prices. New York Store.
General repairing ot carnages and bug
gies. Go to John Major, Tenth street. Cairo,
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Mrs. Moore, wife f the principal mer
chant of Clinton, Ky.. arrived in the city
Mr. G. B. Pennebaker, of Columbus,
and Prof. James Parkinson, of Centralia,
were in the city yesterday.
The delightful weather and the im
proved condition of the streets, beguiled
quite a number of ladies and gentlemen
into equestrian exercise, yesterday evening.
The Delia City Fire company will
give their regular semi-annual ball on
Thursday e vening, April Sth. Supper in
sngine room. Admission one dollar, sup
peextra. A mu'ey cow attacked a horse, in front
of The Bulletin office, last night, and that
the horse was not disemboweled is due. not
to any want of disposition on the part of
the cow, but to the absence of horns.
-What has become of the Central Arch
ery club? Isn't it about time for the presi-
lent or secretary or some other ofheer to
call a meeting and there decide upon the
meeting place for practice and then begin
the summer campaign ';
The Herald Artie expedition may
make wonderful discoveries, but should it
iass from pole to pole it will nowhere dis
cover a live cent cigar, superior m uie
Faultless," sol 1 in this city, by F. Kors-
Rial & Draper's dramatic company,
specially organized for the presentation ol
Uncle Tom's Cabin, will hold forth in the
Aiheueum to-morrow evening. The troupe
U pronounced first-class, aud a crowded
house may be anticipated.
A private picnic, in which several fain-
... t 1 1 i i i i i
lies wiil participate, win noiu narnuess
carnival on one of our grass-clad ridges to-
lay. The tolerable sha le and millions of
violets and other wild flow.;rs of the park,
render '.hat locality rather inviting for pic
nicers, just at this present time.
The thermometer scored Hi in Cairo,
at 2 p. in., yesterday, and many persons
considered the temperature warm to dis
comtort. They were in a condition, there-
ore, to condole with the people of Shrevc-
port, where, at (l tlie samt! Hour, tlie
blazes of the Min ran the mercury tip to 03.
-R. S. Wires, the advance agent of the
Milton 'Nobles dramatic troupe, will arrive
in this city to-day to make arrangements
for the coming of that really popular and
talented company. No company traveling
stands higher in the estimation of the pub
lic than Milton Nobles'.
Eighteen young ladies were confirmed
to the Lutheran faith and church,on Sunday
last, by R''V. Mr. Knappe, who is so satis
tactorily serving that congregation. Tlie
eremonies of confirmation, both impressive
and interesting, were witnessed by u arjr(.
number of our people, both ladies and gen
Len Faxon, whilom of several Cairo
paper", but now of the Padiicah News, is in
Frankfort, attending the sessions of the
Kentucky legislature, and writing to his
paper what necessarily form the driest stuff
inflected upon his readers, viz: epitomes of
The attorneys engaged in the trial of
E. F. Davis at the suit oi'.Iewett & Adams,
were Messrs. Green iV. Gilbert and Mr. S.
P. Wheeler for the claimants, mid Messrs.
Llnegar & Laiisden and Mulkey & Leek
for the defendant. All of the attorneys
named actively participated in the trial of
The regular montltly meeting of the
citycouncil will bo held this evening. The
uew sanitary measures will come up for
consideration, and we trust, adoption.
With the thermometer ranging in the 80s
in the shade, we should bo admonished of
the necessity tor prompt nction, in that di
rection. The Comique brass band was out in
full force, yesterday afternoon, and dis
coursed excellent music, as a bid, perhaps,
for the public to drop in ari listen to bet
ter cultivated aud more enjoyable music
of the ''Mcndleson" quartette, that made
its first appearance before a Cairo audience,
The continued absence of Charley
Schmidth, successor in the tailoring busi
ness to George Braddish, created consider
able uneasiness among his friends yester
day forenoon, a number of whom deter
mined to institute diligent search, should
his wherabouts remain undetermined dur
ing the balance of the day.
The motion for. a new trial entered by
the defendant in the case of Jewett &
Adams vs. E. F. Davis, was argued, yester
day morning, and over-ruled. The defend
ant then filed his schedule, and took an
appeal. The investigation of the schedule
will command the attention of the court
this morning. The indications are that the
case will consume a day or two.
A groupe of a half dozen or more half
grown boys indulged iu the rare sport, yes
terday, of swimming in the sipe-water with
their clothes on. Since the law cannot reach
these boys for indecent exposures of per
son, it wouldn't be a bad idea for their res
pective daddies to reach 'em with a birch
tickler, simply as a hint in the lAatter of
The Sun man, anxious to divert atten
tion from his own l,bobbiu-arouud" on
horse back, affects the belief that "the edi
tor of The Bulletin can't ride." With
the possible exception of two of our physi
cians, (whose respective styles vary a little)
there is not a more graceful and agile
equestrian than we are in the city of Cairo.
Davis never can ride gracefully, until he
takes the India rubber out of the seat of his
The floater picked up in the Ohio,
Sunday morning, proved to be the body of
Mr. Marshall Dyer, of Caseyville, Ky. Mr.
Dyer was diowned f rum a skiff opposite
Caseyville, over a month ago,
while in the act of passing to
the shore from the Lllewild. On the body
(which was duly cared for by Judge Yo
cum and Caot. Orr) were found a valuable
gold watch and 177 in money. Mr. Dyer
was in very easy circumstances at the time
The Cairo and St. Louis railroad is in
complete and harmonious working order
the entire length of the line; and as it is
the purpose of the receiver to erect an em
bankment along the company's new right
of way, during the summer, it is scarcely
probable that the running of through
trains will ever be arrested again. The
narrow-gauge has become a necessity to the
people of Alexander count-, and everybody
will be gratified in observing the multiply
ing indications of the road's success.
- An order was entered in the United
States circuit court at Springfield, the
other day, authorizing the receivers of the
Cairo & Vincennes railroad to purchase one
thousand five hundred tons ot steel rails at
a price not exceeding eighty dollars per ton.
The same order authorized the issuance of
receivers' certificates to the amount of f !!,
7i(i to pay for transportation, etc. all of
which indicates a purpose on the part of
the receivers to render the Cairo ifc Vin
cennes one of the best, ns it already is one
(if the most liberally managed and popular
roads in the west. There is a big future
for the C.& V., and the lapse of but a com
paratively short interval of time, will in
augurate its beginning.
The Weekly Bulletin, the largest
weekly published in Southern Illinois, and
our great multitude of readers, say the best,
comes from the press Monday morning and
goes out by the first trains leaving the city
thereafter. It is a forty-eight column
sheet, with but few advertisements; con
tains the cream of all local, editorial and
selected matter of the six dailies that pre
ceded it, including a full report of the mar
ket of the Saturday previous. Being the
official paper of Alexander county, ami a
first-class family paper, generally, it should
visit every home in the county outside of
Cairo, ami being a sound, unflinching
Democratic paper, intelligent Democrats of
Southern Illinois should esteem it a neces
sity. Single copies, $2 it year. Liberal in
duccifients offered to clubs.
- Mr. Robert Orm and Mr. Lloyd Rob
ertson, ot Padiieah, were in Cairo, Sunday,
the object of their visit being to purchase
additional machinery for the extensive
Bash, door ond blind factory of Langstall' A'
Orm. They effected the necessary pur
chases and left for Puducah iu the evening.
Messrs. Langstaff & Onu'ssnw mill is cred
ited with the biggest hour's sawing ever
accomplished in the United States, and
wears horns that no other saw mill feels dis
posed to contend for. The quantity of
liltnoer sawed inch hoards, wo believe
was in the neighborhood of 10,000 feet a
fair day's work lor an average saw mill.
To avoid personal controversies about the
matter, we'll observe tight here, that docu
ments in substantiation of tl is extraordi
nary claim are not, at the present time, In
Remembering, with burning indigna
tion, the long-continued and utterly merci
less onslaught made upon our people, last
year, by the zobra mosquitoes blown into
our city from the swamps of Missouri, it is
with a conspicuous absence of any feeling
approaching exultation that wo now an
nounce tho advance guard of the samo pes
tiferous insects. Of course anybody can
fortify against their assaults in several
ways: Keep the hands and face dripping
wet with coal oil smear the exposed parts
with coal tar wear a submarine armor
these are effective shields against their at
tacks, and tho wearer will always have the
consolation of knowing that, although such
resorts may prove very uncomfortable and
annoying to him personally, they will,
nevertheless, prove perfectly exasperating to
the foiled musquito. The advance army is
not very large, and may disappear alto
gether with our sipe-water.
- A full house greeted the "Memlleson"
Quartette, at the Theatre Comique, last
night, every chair in the house being
occupied. The vocal efforts of the quar
tette, (singing collectively,) were good, and
elicited hearty applause trom the audience.
In the song, "C'oine Where the Lillirs
Grow," the efiects in harmony, were very
fine, not to say artistic. The solos by
Messrs. Bush and Gale, and by Mrs. Jennie
Memlleson (members of the quartette)
were heartily applauded; but the hear
tiest applause was reserved for M'lle
Tarrelli, iu her olio of operatic selections,
which formed the introduction to the sec
ond part. Verona Carroll sang sweetly,
and on the whole, the audience seemed
well pleased with the musical feast provid
ed for them. Tlie troupe will appear
again this evening in new and operatic
gems, and will, no doubt, call out another
large audience. Prices of admission re
Chief of Police Lallue took under ar
rest, yesterday, an intoxicated individual
who gave his name as that of George
Woods, and who claimed that he had but
recently arrived in town from Memphis.
He is a plasterer, by trade, and declares
that he can put more mortar on a wall, in
a given time, than any other man in
America. But Mr. Woods, either because
he was crazed by drink, or because of very
dire necessity, wits discovered in the pos
session ot certain garments that are not
held to be legitimate in a gentleman's
traveling wardrobe. . He ha 1 in a bag and
for sale, a polonaise, a lady's morning gown,
a bedspread and several other articles essen
tial to a lady's outfit, but utterly u-eless as a
part of the "trotting harness" of a gentle
man. As Mr. Woods had, only a short time
before, dispose.! of u quantity of goods of
the same character, it was held that lie had
had access to somebody's clothes' line or
clothes' press, and that an investigation
might be made, Mr. W. was ca'Iaboose,l,
that he might sober oil' and be "at himself"
when the investigation should be instituted.
We have received, and read with
much pleasure, the address of Capt. James
B. Ea Is, b"fore the house .select committee
on inter-oceanic canals, delivered three or
four weeks ago, as a reply to the andress of
Count de Lesseps, the eminent French
engineer who is striving to give promin
ence to the project of cutting a ship canal
through the Cordilleras at Panama. The
captain doesn't question the feasibility of
the canal project, "if sufficient money be
furnished and time allowed, but" and the
manner in which he interposes his "buts"
seem to render his reply a crushing one.
The captain appears to bo fortified at all
points iu his menus for defending his railroad
scheme, and to have guns mounted on his
railroad ramparts that send most destruct
ive projectiles into the very srongest parts
of the fortifications thrown up by De
Lesseps about his canal scheme. It is
quite Impossible, indeed, for any intelligent
person to follow the captain in his discus
sion of his shin railroad project without
feeling an entire confidence in its feasibil
ity, and, turlher, that it seem to suggest
the only means whereby the transfer of
ships across the isthmus can be accomplish
ed during the present century.
We have heard very little about the
proposed extension of the Padiieah and
Elizabethtown railroad to Cairo, but
can readily seo wherein the exten
sion would prove a mine of profit
to the owners of the road. In a discussion
of the matter the Blandville Press has this
to say: "The Elizabethtown and Padiieah
railpNid is to be extended to Cairo, via
I'.htndvillc. Let it come right along from
Puducah to Maylleld creek, thence down
the valley of that creek a distance of twen-,
ty miles on level ground already graded
for the track. The white oak which
abounds along this route will furnish the
ties and all necessary timbers for construc
tion of this road. The gravel hills adjacent
will furnish material, in lavish profusion,
for fills, raising the road bed above the
water level at the highest stage, ballasting
tracks, foundations for depots, etc. What
a wind fall it will be for our county. A
good railroad traversing Ballard county
from east to west, running about tho center
and furnishing facilities for travel and
transportation for the groat mass of our
people to the marts and markets of the
world. Think of it. A Ballard county
farmer. can put his hogshead of tobacco
on the cars nt Blandville or other depot
most convenient and in three days he ran
laud it In Macon, Mobile, Charleston, New
Orleans, Richmond, Baltimore, New York
The recent decision of our supremo
court, declaring that the premiums exacted
by building aml.-doan associations from
their borrowers, amounts to usury, has had
the effect of causing tho dissolution of sev
eral associations of this kind, and of opera
ting as a groat impediment to tho success
of others. While wo are not prepared to
say whether it it true or untrue that this
decision "flies directly into the face" of
decisions upon tho same points brought be
fore the court of Indiana, Maryland and
Pennsylvania, jre "are prepared to say that
wo do not conjiider tho decisien in the in
terest of the Boor men, who, through the
instruntfjujplity of such associations arc
strivirjajjtjjsecure homes for themselves
and their families. Experience has demon
strated several things in this connection,
and, among others, this; that poor nun,
helped to homes through such associations,
have, as a rule, been encouraged to the ex
ercise of increased industry and economy;
that but few of them complain ofopprei
sion or extortion, and that, in no other way
that has yet been devised, can deserving
poor men industrious mechanics and la
borers secure like aid in the effort to sup
ply themselves with homes. Another im
portant consideration is, that the money of
such associations goes to the improvement
of the localities where it is raised thus
substituting visible taxable property for
that whicli was mm-taxable, because not
accessible. To what extent the decision
will affect the aims of the Cairo association
we do not know. We have been told by
members that the decision forms no stumb
ling block to their progress, since the plan
of premiums had not been contemplated J-y
them. If this be true, and the association
proposes to invest its $100,000, nrth-Hulf
of it, in cheap tenement houses, for rent, or
for sale on easy terms if this course of
procedure has been resolved upon, the re
turns will be fully as large as those that
might have been secured through the ex
action of premiums; poor men will be fur
nished equally eligible chances to secure
homes, aud the effect upon the city's
growth and prosperity will be more imme
diate, and certainly not less healthy or fn
durhig. Fifty cheap cottages such as
may be built at a cost of fjO'j wonld find
tenants at ten dollars per month, each,
within thirty days from this time. Such a
rental would be equal to a gross return of
about 24 per cent., or to a net return, above
taxes and repairs, of not less than 15 per
cent. There is no legitimate business in
which men can now invest capital that will
insure more than one-half such a sum of
profits. There is not a merchant in Cairo
who pretends that his annual profits
equal ten per cent, of the capital
he has invested; and yet through tlie rental
of small tenements, the building associa
tion can realize not less than 15; irive
poor men cheaper home, than can now h
obtained, or by the addition of two or three
dollars per month, put such poor in 'a in
the way of ultimately owning the buildings
they may occupy, liy the adoption ol this
line of operation th? Cairo Builders and
Loan ass K-iation can accomplish a great
work in Cairo, become a friend of the de
serving and in lustrioiis poor man. and
win the endorsement and co-operatioa of
many citizens, who, otherwise, might utaad
aloof from it altogether.
A WONDERFUL CURATIVE AGENT.
THE medic al virtues oh the t eleiiratkd
HOT M'RINOS OK ARKANSAS, WITH ELKC -TRICITV,
NOW AT VOIR OWN IjooR at
I am now fully prepared to furnish the
celebrated Electro Vapor Baths at my office
on Commercial avenue, over Black's shoe
store. These baths equalize the circula
tion, warm the extremities, invigorate
the tired brain, quiet nervous irritability,
promote digestion, increase general 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 class
of society. Those who are healthy take
them to keep well; the invalid to get well;
and all tire greatly benefitted by their use.
Every form of disease tiuds prompt relief in
these unique and delightful baths. Call
and be convinced. A lady .attendant will
always be in readiness to wait on lady pa
Dr. Wm. II. Mauean.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Midi. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the Htllicted upon !J0 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
"Wednesday, April 7th
AITEIINOIIN ANI KVMNIMI.
RIAL and DRAPER'S
Famous Company In tut' great moral aud plctum
"Uncle Tom's Cabin."
finnil Hn-nle mid MochiMcnl enVtj. A triilni'il
ilonliev. Full burnt of COLORED J I LILKh
Miitltiee nt a. Evening nt 8 o ?, P; m .
tilar prlce., -a, 3,1 and Nl ceuta. AUiiiImI to Mat
inee, children 1!S cent. ailtiU. Si cent. K
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