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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, AP.RIL 21, 1880.
SMALL AD V EKT1MF.M E.NT3.
A LL A DVKKTISt.M KNTS In thla column, ol
lY. Ave Hurt eacli or 1m will be tuihliiOicil Lr i"i
tenta one lumrtion: guinea, pi ccm; l wiva, !.;
month, !.; 3 mouth without rlmiiiro. !. P''r
tooath. Ka.li acldiiioital lino, prorata. Siuiuiloni"
1'IANO KOIi HALE.
A i;!ven octave, we wood cae pluno, four round
coruera aud curved Ice, In e,oocl rondlllou, lor aale
Ma great baruiu. Apply nt resilience ui m
ItiirtHR vuh MALE.
A An atuptf H rniimAil nttftire. roof UParlf BOW
llmkara ill nunil i"tl hu rvmOVud tt ll ll little t'l
peaae. Reason for nelling-want the lot for other
pnrpoaea. Apply at wo, leum, ueur ""
Famlalied room with board fur gentleman nud
Wife or two ladle. Enquire at mm umce.
an nonfat, reliable, venue man, to act In the capac
and rat-killer. One whom" nrac
tU- haa madv- lifm perlnct la preferred. Inquire of
Mr. Lemtke, earner tiKUteeuiu ami ruumr.
, H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic1 Physician and Surjeon.
Ofllce W Vi, amercial avenue. Keiiidciiw comor
Fourteenth St. and asmntfton avenue, iairi,
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornca No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Klghth and Ninth Strueu
K. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFKICiC-Kijlitli Street, near Commerclu! Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICB: With the Wldowa' and Oorpnani' Mil
nal Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICEBYTIIE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv
o F f i c k :
Cor. Twelfth Street anil Levee,
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington' Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO. - - ILLS.
IJ1KE CITY NATIONAL RAN K
W. P. UALLIDAY, IVsUem.
II. L. UALLIDAY, VU I'l'rcsnleut.
THUS. W. UALLIDAY, Cashier.
a. htaattavi.oi;. w. v. ihi.i.ihav,
HKNitr L. HAU.IU4Y, R. H. CUNNINIIII AM,
. I. WU.I.IAMOUN. "VC.l'MIS h;h:i,
H. II. CAKIIKK.
Exchansre, Coin and United States Bonds
IiOVIiilT AND ISOLD.
Dop.tKltarerelved and a seticrnl baultliiK huitiiua
ALL SOWS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manul iriurer ol aud Dealer luAUj
TIN, COllEU& SHEET-IRON WAP.E
nfALL KINIK i)' Wull! hON f. Tn ltl:liKllw0.
yo.il, F.liitlMI STRKF.T.
Qt V. WHEELER,
lien'i r ii, :l kimi" of
Cord Wood. Stovo Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOI) AND COAL YAM):
Tenth Street, Between Wo1iln;tun and
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Only Jforninjr Daily in Southern IIHiioIh
KNTKHKD AT THE POST OFFICE IN CAIUO, IL
I.INOIS, AS 8F.OOND-Cl.ASB MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALEXANDER COUNTY
TCrnest II. Thiflocke, City Kditor
Caibo, III.. April 20 isso.
Time. Bar. Ther, Hum. Wind. Vel Weatuc
6 a. ni ao.si
7 " M.-.T
10 " au.aw
tip. tn., ao.ai
Maximum Temperature. K.'o ; Mluimum Tern,
perature. W ; ICitlntall U im men.
River 31 feet ll) Indie. Kle 1 foot.
W. II. RAY,
Serz't Siu-nal Corua, U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thif column, live cents per line, each
Jacob Kline desires the puMic 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.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, all in first-class
order: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
liameter, 21 feet long, with smoke stack;
one engine 10 inch bore, 24 inch stroke,
with heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's planer; one 12 inch planer; four rip
saws and frames complete; one cut off saw;
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine for bed posts and rails; one self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring ma
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.
Thf. "Active"' cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Mr. ('has. Shoeinneyer, proprietor of the
Gerniania house, situated at the junction
ot Poplar and Tenth streets aud Wash
intgon avenue, is prepared to
accommodate a few more day
boarders at reasonable rates. The
table is first class, containing always the
best the season a.'lbrds, and the general ac
commodations afforded are not surpassed
by any private boarding house in tip city.
For Sale For cash, a new two-hun-
hed dollar Mendelssohn piar.o, for $123,
and the freight from factory. Apply at
ICE! ICE! PL'Iti: LAKE ICE!
F. M. Ward will enter the f .'ld again
this season, with his ice wagons, and will
be prepared, ns formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, in any part of the city, every day,
in any quantity desired. The fact that he
will give the business his personal super
visi n, furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rons will be promptly, faithfully and satis
SEE YOURSELF AS OTHERS SEE YOU
It you want a perfect, natural and life
like picture of yi.urseif or friend in India
ink and water colors, albumen ink or oil
on canvass, give Liyhtfoot & Sheltnn, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms on applica
tion. Cull at Mrs. Siites', Seventh street.
Wanted. A boy to work on presses in
Tub r.t i.Lrnx. One that wants to learn
press work and will contract by the year
preferred. Apply at the ofiire.
ILLINOIS CENTUM. HUl.lloAl) COMI'AN V.
Cairo. Ills., April 17 lSil.
Until further notice, rates of freight over
the ''Cairo Short Line." from St. Louis to
lY.ro will be twenty cents per hundred
pounds, aud from East St. Louis to Cairo
sixteen cents per hundred pounds on all
classes, except grain and grain products,
which will be fifteen and one-half cents
per hundred from St. Louis, and eleven
and one-half cents per hundred from East
St. Louis to Cairo; and hay, bagging and
!ies, and hog and cattle products, which
will be seventeen and one-half cents per
hundred pounds from St. Louis and thir
teen aiul one-half ci'tits per hundred
pounds from East St. Louis to Cairo. Rates
front Caiko to St. Loch and East St.
Lot is, same as above. J.vs. Johnson,
II. C. !)K Pen. Oeneral Southern Ag't.
Aient I. C. R. R. Co.
For Sale a handsome horse; trots in
harness, paces under the saddle. Apply at
No. Tenth street.
Mns. E. A. Ili-nNin r.
AT THE n.ANTEIts' HOUSE.
John Ouderlook, Chicago; B. 15. Watts.
L'llin; Cleo. T. McMurry, Chicago; (J. W.
Graham, Padncah; Mrs. It. B. Walker and
child, Ash Hill, Mo.; W. DeBolt, St. Louis;
Sejira Hurai, Tokio, Sapan; W. Mathcrson,
Toledo, Ohio; II. L. Jones, Padncah; J.J.
Esler, Belleville; F. M. Boneo, Chicago; B.
B. Walker, New Orleans; W. Riley, New
Madrid; Ceo. W. Doyly, James Bayou; R.
P. Cox, Cincinnati; Jo. Ross, Jackson
Tenu.; It. Coleman, Charleston; James
Avery, Charleston; 0, . Ackerson, De
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Not I con In these culumni, ton ctuli per line,
Rev. Whittaker left the city tor
Carbondale,' yesterday, to bo absent a few
Capt. Willis was in the city yesterday
on his usual business, in the interest of
the internal revenue department.
Mr. P. McDcrit after nine years ser
vice tor Messrs. Mackie & Co., has resigned
his place and will shortly leave this city
Mr. John P. Marncll left for St. Louis
at .'J a. m. this morning. He goes in search
of an investment for his capital so our city
clerk has it.
Judge Mulkey's late visit to Hot
Springs has considerably improved his
health. Another visit, it would appear
will suflico to restore the judge to perfect
The Egyptian social club, with its nu
merous invited friends, spent yesterday
evening very pleasantly, tripping tuo light
fantastic in the hall of the Hibernian ' cu
We tailed to mention at tho proper
time the death of Mr. A. W. Pyatt's little
child which was buried day before yester
day. We, among his many friends, extend
our heartfelt sympathy.
Mr. M. B. narrell's household plunder,
including a seven-octave, foiir-iound co ner,
carved legged piano, will be sold at auc
tion, on the premises, to-morrow, the sale
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.
On Thursday evening next a leap year
party will bo given by a number of our
best young ladies in Turner hall. It will
be, of course, as leap year parties always
arc, an afl'iir ot a very enjoyable character.
-We could gain no admittance to Squire
Comings' office yesterday, and hence are
not aware what business was transacted in
his court. The sovereigns doubtless chal
lenged his undivided attention during the
Mr. E. S. Ackerman, editor an I pub
lisher of the Pulaski Patriot, came to 'town
yesterday in his buggy. He already has
the intellectual appearance of Joe. P. Rob
arts ami is rapidly assuming his physical
Mr. W. W. Luttrell left the city yes
terdayhe having accepted a position with
a large Chicago house as traveling sales
man. We regret to part with him. and
lope he may regain his former good health
luriug his absence.
We solicit correspondence, items of
neighborhood interest, from every postollice
round about this city, where we have no
reporter. No matter whether you can
"write well" or not; send us the items and
we will arrange them for publication, with
Although the front doors of all nnr
saloons stood wide open yesterday, but few
men who were under the influence
ot liquor were seen, and no dis
turbances of a serious character
took place for all of which we are thank
ful to Providence and the police.
Chief La Hue yesterday swore out a
warrant against three white dames of ill
repute, named respectively Kate Lavender,
clinic Ilazleton and Minnie Mathews,
upon wiucii u nicer scnuckcrs arrested
them and brought them into court. They
were each fined five dollars and costs.
Dan Rice, the well-known ex-showman
appeared on the rostrum at New Orleans a
few nights ago and spoke before a large an-
lience who applauded his earnest and elo
quent language. Having readied the
Cresent City, he will soon return north, and
expected to lecture in Memphis ere many
It is a remarkable fact that the given
names of each of the clerks ami judges of
lectian who serve ! in the Third ward ves
a erday is '(leorge." There was Geo. W.
Hendricks, (ten. 0. Wichert, Geo. B. Sar
gent, Geo. S. Fisher and Geo. M. Eraser,
And what is perhaps as remarkable as this,
is the fact that all of them voted for
In yesterday's issue we made mention
of the fact that Mr. J. F. Miller had left
for Evansvilie upon the direction of Cliiel
-aline to recover the golden watch which
had been stolon from Mrs, Miller by a negro
boy. A dispacth was received from him by
the Chief l:'st uiglit stating that ho had the
boy in charge and had recovered the watch,
and that he was on his way home. Our
hief has gone to considerable trouble in
ascertaining the whereabouts of the hoy,
feeling satisfied all the while that he had
not disposed of the watch.
Theie is another batch of "news"
about Mr. Tildeii. This tint" he is, accord
ing to the poet, "Old and feebie, withered
and gray." One eye is gone, his speech
falters, paralysis has its sti.r.'iiiug grip upon
him; and, with one foot in the grave, he is
harged wi'th still intriguing fur the presi
dency. In another day or two we shall
have a coiitiadicth.n of all this. Samuel J.
will be declared agile as a mountain deer,
merry as a cricket, intellectually a Her
cules, politically a Samson. So it e's.
These interviews . are all manulaeitired to
order, and are ai! equally reliabl';. Every
candidate has zealous friends anxious to
prove the mental uu I physical feebleness
and unavailability of every rial candidate.
Mr. Ti'den intends to go into the Cincin
nati convention, of course; all stab'iwmu
to tic contrary are device of his foes.
We find in the Pope County Democrat
tho following concerning Judgo Green,
which was brought out by an editorial In
tho Argus-Journal: "Thero is no bet
ter, no abler man iu the state than Judgo
Green. Hu would praco tho senato or a
Democratic president's cabinet, or tho court
of St. James. lie lias labored long und
earnestly for tho cause of Democracy und
our party owes him a great debt of grati
tude. For .our part we would voto for
Judge Green for anything except a third
Fred Haas Btarted on Ills trip to Eu
rope yesterday ufternoon. lie went out on
the Illinois Central, and as he passed up
the levee, flags and handkerchiefs waved in
every door from Fourth street to tho stone
depot. The distinguished tourist sat at an
open window, and with uncovered head
recognized each salutation in the true
Pickwickian stylo. Haas has long been
recognized us a permanent fixture in the
celebrated clothing house of Mr. Marx, and
his numerous friends will be glad to know
that his absence will be only temporary.
The "Boston Bum" will be back about the
first of September.
At about ten o'clock p. in. yesterday a
negro in shirt sleeves leisurely walked into
the saloon on the corner of Fourth and
Commercial, aud, after disposing of a drink,
politely asked the proprietor tor a few
matches. There being none handy in the
bar-room, the proprietor stepped into a
back room to accommodate his customer,
but upon returning with the matches found
his customer gone, and with him had disap
peared seven or eight dollars which former
ly graced the till. The ollicers were noti
fied of the occurrence and search was made
for tho thief, but up to the present writing
his whereabouts have not been discovered .
A white married woman, with weep-
ng eyes, was yesterday brought before
'Squire Robinson by officer Dunker, who
charged her with having been drunk and
disorderly. As the officer majestically
walked into the august presence of the
'Sijiiire the fair damsel leaned up to him
like a pig to a rough post, and
sain neer a worn until sentence was
passed upon hwr, when with sentences as
round as a wagon tire, she plead for
mercy. She was given a reasonable length
of time in which to pay her fine.
-Mr. John Blanchard, of Pope county,
has announced himself as a candidate for
Representative from the fifty-first district,
subject to the decision of the Democratic
senatorial convention. We are personally
acquainted with Mr. Blanchard and know
him to be a straight forward Democrat of
much popularity and considerable ability.
Besides being a laborer in the vinyard of
the Lord, he is an industrious tiller of the
soil, a man of positive and enlightened
mind, who is, perhaps, the equal of any
man in ability to be found in the fifty-first
iistiiet. We would be peased to hear of
The undersigned will, on and after
May 1st, be prepared to furnish our citi
zens a first rate quantity of ice cream,
equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, and furnished
n freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv-
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced artist and caunot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nished at 1 1.2"i per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards. Roukkt Hkwett,
The towboat Baker which was at our
wharf the other day had aboar I the noto
rious thief and desnerado, Red Dillon,
who, some weeks ago, robbed a stranger
on Eight!, street, m-ar the levee, nn I subse
quently robbed one of his a-socie.tes,
knocked him down an i then placed him
upon the C. .t V. railroad track while
in a senseless condition hoping thereby
to terminate his existence. The fcllow.af'ter
committing these and various other crinps,
mad:' his escape, and his whereabouts have
beeii unknown to the authorities until the
arrival ot the Baker at our wharf, when it
was learned that he was ulroard ol her,
hound t'or"St. Louis. He is a dangerous
man and it is to be regretted that we could
not afford his arrest and meet out the pun
ishment to him which he deserves.
At a meeting of the citizens com
mittee of fifteen appointed to receive and
entertain General Grant ami party, on their
visit to our city, held on Monday, the
following tender of thanks were unani
mously voted: To Mr. and Mrs. C. Galigher
for kindly entertaining and looking after
the personal comforts of our distinguished
guests; to the Normal cadets und Anna
guards, for accepting the invitation and
appearing in the parade, wew by their
proficiency in the drill and their handsome
uniform they formed one ot the principle
features. Also to theRmgh and Ready,
and Delta fire companies, and the otiier
civic societies, who turned out, thus en
abling the committee to make a creditable
display and one Worthy our ancient repu
tation for never doing anything by halves.
Bob Ingi isoll shows a disposition to
coquet with the Unitarians. In his new
lecture on the Mibject, "What Shall I do to
be Saved!" recently delivered in Washing
ton, Bo' I ngersoll paiit his respects to tho
different churches, "some of th religions
which have formed under Bible teaching."
First came a scathing, terrible arraignment
of tho Roman Catholic church mid ils "ar
rogant and ignorant pretensions." Then
came the Church uf England, only a little
removed from tliojloiuan, It was an enemy
w noeny, ana always had been. Next
came the Methodist church. "But I don't
kuow as it is right to speak of a political
organization here to-night," said lie crave
ly. Coming to the Unitarians, he thought
their gospel, was nearly us good as Ids own.
He said some of the grandest men he ever
knew were Unitarian ministers. If Bob
Keeps on ho may believe something after
awhile, if nothing more than Unitarianism,
Among the arrivals at the Planters'
House yesterday, was Seijiro Harai, of To
kio, Japan. This young gentleman was
one of a party of eleveu chosen from the
nobility (after a competitive examination)
by tho Japanese government, aud sent to
this country to be educated. They studied
it a military and scientific
school near Troy, New York,
and after completing their studies were as
signed various places in government sur
veying parties, to put in practice the theo
ries learned at school. Mf. Harai has just
left his party at Memphis and is on his way
home to Japan, after u five years' stay
in this country, via Europe where
he will spend about a year in trav
el. He will then be put in charge
of a railroad which is to be built
by his government. While his national
pride compels him to prefer Japan t
America in mewt tilings, ho says that for
personal comfort ami freedom he would
prefer America. He has adopted the
American costume and says lie shall
continue to wear it after his
return home. The Japanese are
the most progressive of nriy of
the easjern people und my t.Vcr
ready t adopt the customs of other
nations when superior to their own. Mr.
Harai is well educated, a fluent talker and
good observer, and theie is no reason win
he should not rise to distinction in his
country, where merit is recognize', 1 j:i an
The ball has been set rolling for the
nomination of Hon. Joint II. Obcrly for
governor of Illinois by the instruction of
the Sangamon county delegates for him.
Mr. Ok-rly does not require compliments
at our hands and we have no disposition to
flatter him. But in justice to the man we
ure compelled to say that one more ciiiir.
ently fitted for the position would be diffi
cult to find within the borders ot the state.
His ability is questioned by none who
know him and his firmness of mind as well
as his rigid hones'y are qualifications
which should be given their proper weight
by the people. He is, perhaps, the otly
nian in the state who can rtria;in
it from Republican misrule bing
much stronger than his party
in every section of the sta'e. It is perhaps
not generally known in southern Illinois,
but it is a fact nevertheless, that hu is very
popular in the northern part of the state
especially in Chicago, and would receive a
very hearty support from that quarter. In
the central part of the state, the instruc
tion given for him amply demonstrate his
popularity, and in southern Illinois, as is
well known, he would receive the support
of every gin id citizen regardless of color or
politics. When such a man as Mr. obcrly
is found an undoubted Democrat and a
man who can, more surely than any other,
reclaim tho state for the Democraey it is
very clear what course the party should !
As was seen from his fareweil e.iitoria
in yosterdry's issue of The Bi i lktin Mr.
M. B. Han-ell's newspaper career in this
part of the state has ceased. It is nut
necessary to tell our readers that we regret
this fact not for his, but for Cairo's sak".
He leaves us because Chicago holds out
better inducements to him inducements
which it would be folly for him to ignore.
but Cairo and southern Illinois suffer iu i
his d-parturc- an irreparable loss. During
the thirty years of his newspaper life
in our midst he has proved himself to be a
man of nitu-h more than ordinary import- I
ance to us. His popularity began with the
irst stroke of his able and ever ready pen
id grew rapidly with every successive
stroke. He took a prominent part in every
event and scheme that might tend to the ad
vancement of Cairo's interests. With char
acteristic boldness he opposed the mach
inations of a;l those who sought
to gain selfish ends at the
expense of the people; his intimate ac
quaintance with the workings of our in
stitutions and the laws of the land
enabled him to detect the misman
agement of public affairs and suggest valu
able reforms in the political and judicial
governments of our portion of the country
and gained for him the respect of the pub
lic men ot this district. Observing closely
all political events he was enabled to
form right ideas of the present and make
correct calculations for the future. He is
generous, learned, honorable, fearless and
able and these qualifications combined to
gain for him the esteem of the people of
Cairo and made his name an
honored one. His reputation extends
across both rivers into Kentucky and Mis
souri and wherever he is known he b is
friends who will cherish bis memory until
better times may again bring him back
As a Ci itii Fein Piles Kidney-Wort nets
by overcoming in the mildest manner all
tendency to constipation; then, by its great
tonic and invigorating properties, it restores
toliealth the debilated and weakened parts,
it'. 1 1 1 1. ..1 1 : t . . 1
l u iiivvu imiMiieu 111 ri-iiuieii l uie.s,
where ull else have failed. Use It and suf
lei' no longer.
THE RESULT THEREOF AS SET
, FORTH BY FIGURES.
The election yesterday, us we anticipated,
caused no unusual excitement and called
out but a comparatively small vote, owing
chiefly to tho fact that but little opposition
existed. The greatest interest was mani
fested in the contest for the office of police
magistrate. The following uro the votes of
the flvo different wards:
Saup (for alderman) HO
F0K I'OMCK MA01STIUTK.
Comings . ,V)2
Woodard '.' 11)0
Folt I'OLICK M USHTUATK.
FOR I'OLICK M UilSTKATK.
Coinings ' ' o,(1
Saoboda (for Alderman). irjrj
Foil I'OLICK MAOIsTK TF..
Halliday if-.r Alderman) r,.
FOK I'oI.K'K .M VOI.-THATK.
(','tnings .' ;;
The above figures show that Snip,
Hinkle. Blake, Swoboda and Halliday
were elected aldermen and that Olmstead
was elected to the office of police magis
tral;. THEBES AND VICINITY.
local facts and o cchuences, nr:poi:i kd
FOH THE KILLETIN I1V "MKS. r.NO!.."
B. F. Brown has returned from St. L.eis
with a large stock of giils fir the firm of
B. F. Brown A Bro. J. G. Ro!wi - Las
also brought on a new supply of g )d. C.
A. Marchildon is building a warehouse,
and expects to go to St. Luus for his spring
goods us so,.n as his house is completed.
Miss Nannie Zeigler has closed her
school in the "promised land'' and is wit'i
her old friends again.
Mis Jennie Warwick will finish her win
ter term of school in this n'ace. to-dav .
,.ie m nuve uu enieriainmerii tins evr-i-ing.
which v;i be--as lu r eureises a! way 3
are very interesting.
The superintendent of the Biptist Sun
day School, Dr. Gibbs, offered a chromo to
be drawn for, a-a prize for regular atten
dance, by as many of the scholars over
twelve yours old. as would not miss a Sab
hath in three nmnths; and to those under
twelve, a nice supper. There wire ten to
draw for the chroino. Mattie Boies was
tV successful one. There were clown lit
tle ones entitled to supper, which they p ir
tleipated in last evening, and had a nico
tinic. Tie1 result of the election of officers
for this Sunday School, last Sunday, was us
follows: Superintendent, Mrs. Dr. Gibbs;
first ssslstant. Mrs. L. A. Brown; second
assistant. Miss Nannie Zeigler; recording
S"eretary, Miss Laura Gray; treasurer, Mi-s
Lillie Lightner; librarian. Miss Minnie
Culley; organist, Mrs. C. A. Marchildon;
janitor, Mr. S, Norman. As wiil be noticed,
the officers me all ladies except the janitor.
That may properly be attributed to the
curiosity of the gentlemen, as they are
anxious to see what kind of a school ladies
are capable of conducting.
Judge Briioy and wife, from Ele, are
vi-Uing friends in Thebes and vicinity.
The "clock lottery" at Mr. L. A. Brown's
drug store, occasioned considerable excite
ment as to who would got the lucky num
ber. B. F. Brown's little giri. Estelle. was
destined to become the possessor of the
clock : which, by the way, is very handsome
ns well as novcL
The festival indefinitely oostponed from
the 14th of February, will be held on Fri
day evening, April 2"rd. We hope it will
be liberally patronized by people from far
Theues, April loth.
si :u 1 ....
"Few of tiie Ills ok Like" arc more
prevalent nnd distressing than bilious dis,
orders. The symptoms are low spirits
want of energy, restlessness headache, r.o
appetite, sallow skin, costiveness and other
ailments which show the liver is in the
proper way to do it is to use "Dr. Swayne's
Tar and Sarasparilla Pills." Their, effect
on tho liver and blood is wonderful, re
moving pimples and all eruptions, leaving
the complexion fair and fresh as in youth.
I 'rice 25 cents a box of thirty Pills, or five
boxes fer $1.00. Sent by mail on receipt
of price, by Dr. Swayne & Son, 3.10 North
Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
"""A GltEAT Dlsi'OVI'.HY 11Y A GlIF.AT M.N.
This, primarily, is what Warner's Safe
Nervine is. The great man is one of the
most famous living physicians. He font d
n harmless remedy for nil kinds of pain,
others improved it, nnd tho final resu't is,
the Safo Nervine now manufactured by II.
ll. Warner & Co.