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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
4NTKRRD AT TI1K FOOT OPKICS IN CAIHO, IL
LINOIS, AS HKG'ONU-CLAHB MATTBK.
Ofllr: Bulletin Htillillne, WaMnUn Anue
IKF1CIAL FAI'KK Vt CITY AND COUNTY
LOCAL WHATIIKK KKI'OKT.
Hiowii . Orrini,
Ckina, III.. Kel: 14, ISdl.
Time. Har. Ther, Um. Wind, Vtl Weiatanr.
1 mi m
H .. .) 55
Hp, IP-. 3l.4.
Wind. ViJ Weather
"Maximum Temperature. 29" Minimum Tuid
purnturo lTn : Kntufall, DM lueh.
ltivir, 3s feel u i ucliff, UIho 17 lchj's.
SiTL''tSlsal Cor'iii.'u. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Ncitifci" In thl column, flvti cenu per lino, each
I nrr rliuii. Kor our imiulh, W rculH per lluu.
They have Come.
The first invoice of Spring Uoods arrived
yesterday, anil will be followed by tlio
largest stuck of Hoots ami Shoes brought to
the city. Call mul examine, ami ue con
inced. Tub City Shoe Stohk.
110 Commercial avenuu
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notlcci In thexn columni, leu cuu per line
each Insertion, it ami) a
Day School for Boys ami Girls.
Night school for persons engaged during
the day, ami lessons in Latin, German,
French, music, book keeping and penn
manship, by Trot', and Madame Floyd
Walnut st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
New ISilliim! Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagula has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l Hiirtman, ou the corner of 'Sixth
strict and Commercial avenue, and has
tstabUshcd therein a billiard saloon and
lcbtaurant. lie has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
merit to accommodate his views and fum
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in u fust class establishment.
lie has spaired no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
nnd invites all to come and see him.
Oystcra! Fish! (lame!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred 1 Hulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, ami ISaltiniore
oysters received in cans, direct liom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "He J Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
. 1 i .1. ff r t i
ioroysicrs aim iisn, corner unm jjeveu nnu
Eighth street. Houkht Hewitt, Ag't.
At Tut Fitzgerald'.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may ba enjoyed at
the elegant sample, anil billiard rooms of
Mr. Pat, Fitzgerald, at the corner of four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a bu.s down to a
tulky, all in a first-class condition, as well
as saddles ami riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable figureson a moment's
uotice at his "Horse Manson". His plaeeof
ausiness is in connection with the telephone
bnd all orders received thereby will receive
Wood and Coal,
A full supply o Indiana coal, as good as
Pittsburg, just received from the mini's ami
for sale at $4 00 per ton delivered. I will
always liavo on hand a stoc of this cele
brated coul ; al.-o daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
for sale. Apply, at the C. & V. K. H. yards,
F. M. Wahi).
( losing Out, Hoots and Shoes.
Haying a very large slock of winter
goods ou baud consisting of Gents', Ladies'
and Childrens' sewed and pegged Hoots and
Hhocs, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin .o arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my lino I would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
t'lsewherc, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and see for
themselves. (J. KiK.ll.
No. !)() Commercial avenue between Fifth
nnd Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
"I)u. Ski.i.kk's Cot en Svm i'" will en
sure you a good night's rest. It is the best
cough medicine in the market. Price 25
Reward of I'lrscrvoraiice.
Henry Clement, Almonte, writes: "For
a long time I was troubled with Chronic
Hheumatisin, at times wholly disabled; I
tried anything and everything recommend
ed, but failed to get any benefit until a
gentleman who was cured of Khcuinatism
by Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil told me about
it. I began using it both internally and
externally, and before two bottles were
used 1 m radically cured. We find it a
household medicine, and for Croup, Hums,
Cuts and HruiseH, it has no equal. Paul
O. Math, Agent.
Hiicklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve. j t)0 W()rl(, for cut
bruises, sores, u sen, 81iU rheum, lever sores
letter, chapped hands, chilblain, corns, and
all kinds ol BKin eruptions. This fialvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For side by Oi:o. K. O'Haiu
(Oil. 11 HYUtp,
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
The Choral society meets to-night ut
its rendezvous on Eighth street Di
A colored man died on Twentieth
street between Commercial avenue am
Poplar street ou last Sunday.
Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notico
at Tiik Bulletin office
The performance in Booth's theatre.
New York, for the benefit of the Poo statue
fund, netted over $5,0()0
Prof. Franklin Carter, of Yale, has
been elected president of Williams college
vice Chadbournc, resigned.
Messrs. Garrett and Ralston, local
inspectors for the district of Memphis are
expected to be here next week
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Korsmeyer's
Since the departure of tho Illinois
Central wharf-boat clerk, Mr. Matt. Walsh
holds her down all by himself.
Two grandchildren of a farmer named
Wagner, living near Mcllcnry, 111., perish
ed in his house, which burned Wednesday
Mounted and varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, at Tiik But t.hti.v office
According to the estimates of the state
agricultural bureau, the farm nnd live
stock products of Illinois during 1880 ag
The steamer T. T. Hillman is already
for work, and is only waiting for the ice to
pass out of the river when she will resume
her regular trips between Cairo and Hick
A small tugboat called Waif, built at
Metropolis, Illinois will be out in about two
weeks and mako regular trips between
here and Paducah and Suuthland, and on
the Tennessee river.
Faintly and sweetly, like the flutter of
fairies' wings among the roses, come to. us
the tidings that the old, old story will soon
be told again by one of Cairo's most fasci
nating young gentlemen.
In our item of Sunday morning re
ferring to the transfer of property by Lucas
S. Marshall to Chas. O. Patier, we meant
to say tho house on lot 6, bl. 18, etc. The
lot itself was not transferred.
The remains of Captain Matt. S. Will
iams were taken to Golconda, the funeral
taking place last Thursday, at two o'clock
p. m., lrom the residence of his father-in-
law, Mr. Theodore Steyer, of that place.
According to the official census reports
Alexander county has a population of 14,-
809, constituted as follows: Males, 7,843;
females, C.&G6; native, 1 3,9.1 i ; foreign,
1,257; white, 10,241; blacks, 4,508;
A new plank sidewalk is being built
on Twelfth street, between Washington
avenue and Walnut street. This is a great
convenience to the) many families living
back of Walnut street between Eleventh
and Thirteenth streets.
In Squire Osborn's court yesterday
Charles Smith sued Sterlin Bolwin for
ubusive language and disorderly conduct,
and tne squire found it necessary to fine
Bolwin five dollars and costs and issue an
execution for its collection.
Skaters have yet a few days more
in which to enjoy themselves.
Tho several ponds in and outside
of the city are covered with a smooth
substantial sheet of ice that must be invit
ing to all, whether they be adepts in the
use of the ice shoe or not.
At Decaturo last week Policeman
Condon was arrested on a state warrant tor
a too free use of the billey, and Police
man Johnson is in jail in the sume place
awaiting trial for manslaughter, in conse
quence of the death of one Carson from
the effect of a clubbing received lust week.
The citizens of Springfield, Illinois,
arc making strenuous efforts to have the
state fair located in that city for the next
two years. The state board of ngriculture
meets there to-day, and some of the leading
citizens of the place have obtained the
subscription of a sufficient amount of
money to meet tho demands of tho board,
and will make an effort to gain a favorable
decision from that body.
On Wednesday (to-morrow) evening
the pcoplo of Cairo will be given an oppor
tunity to witness tho presentation of Uncle
Tom's Cabin on tho stage of the a'heneum.
One of the chief attractions will bo Topsey,
winch character, in this case, is represented
by a little girl only nine and a half years
of age. Nearly everybody knows the Dlav
- a j
it Is estimated that he would tip tho scales
at from eighty to ono hundred thousand
Tho littlo one year old boy of Mr
Richard Powers died at the residenco of
the family on tho corner of twenty-eightl
street and Commercial avenue yesterday
morning. The funeral takes place to-day
the remains will bo taken out of this state.
Tho case of Thomas Clarkson, lor pur
loining some sugar, bacon, etc., from the
store of Messrs. Stratton & Bird, while in
the employ of that firm, camo up lor trial
in tho circuit court yesterday afternoon
1 ho prosecution was represented by our
state's attorney, Mr. J. M. Damron, am
Clarkson had employed Mr. W. C. Mulkey
The caso was dismissed for the want of
suflicieut evidence to convict.
City Marshal Robinson and Officers
Sheehan and llogm arrested four men
yesterday who wero believed
to bo guiity of stealing
some liquor from the saloon of Mr. Charles
Pfifferling. The names of tho supposed
crimitials are: James Murphy, John
O'Leary, Patrick Conly and Frank Hay
den, and they were taken to the county jail
to await the actiou of the grand jury.
On tho twenty-second instant the
Rough and Heady firo company wilj give a
grand ball at their engine house, in com
memoration of the birth of George Wash
iugton. The reputation of this company
pmonjT the votaries of Terpsichore in this
city, is an ouviahle one, and it is only nec
essary to say that the committees having
the affair in charge, have been untiring in
making arraignments for the ball, in order
to insure a full house.
One of the roustabouts, a white man,
on the steamer James W. Gaff, was serious
ly injured yesterday while in the act of
helping to put a boiler on boird of the
boat at Paducah, Ky. By some means he
was thrown under the heavy miss ot iron
when it rolled down on deck, lacerating his
leg and one hand and arm ifl t shocking
manner. He was taken to the hospital
here and the marine doctor gavo him every
possible attention. Late las- evening he
was summonded again to amp itate several
of the poor man's fingers. It is probable
that his leg will be saved.
Greenville, Illinois, is still in a state ot
excitement over the c ipturc of a gang ot
horse tliiuves by the officers
and a number of citizens of the
county on last Thursday morning.
The gang had been committing bold de
predations upon tho stock of tiat neighbor
hoodespecially horses for seme time and
had been always successful including the
vigilance of the officers. Bit they are
jugged at last and Southern Illinois will
know them no more in their former glory.
Four men were captured and fifteen horses,
several buggies, about twenty saddles and
a number of bridles, etc., wero recovered.
and when it is well performed (as this com-
pany will Hurcly do) nobody will tire of
Mr. R. F. Jones, formerly clerk of tho
Illinois Central wharf-boat at this point
who has been to St. Louis Missouri to as
sume a position on ono of the Anchor Lino
Company's steamers, has returned to await
the disappearance of tho ice. Ho reports
that the chief attraction in St. Louis for
tho last f0Ur or fltB ((iys ,B g
which arrived from Chicago and is placed
on exhibition at tho coril(.r of Tw(,ntieth
utrcct and Clark aveaue. Tho mmstcT
sixty feet long and the spread of the mouth
is twenty feet. Ho can not bo weighed, but
In a letter to Rev. B, Y.George from a
member of the family of Mr. A. Mackie,
the writer says that one day last week a
painful and somewhat dangerous operation
was performed upon Mr. A. Mackie, which
relieved him of an ailment with which he
had been suffering for years and at times
severely. The patient stood the operation
well and was getting along nicely at the
time the letter was written, which was a
few days after; and since the best medical
ami surgical talent in the city of Chicago
was secured, it may safely be expected that
Mr. Mackie, though advanced in age, will
spend many happy yuars with his family
A man named Frank Rivers, who has
been in the employ of Mr. Frank Parker
tor some time, was taken very sick with
pneumonia several days ago and as he had
neither money, food, medicine, nor home,
ho was in a sad predicement. But he had
friends and these were real friends, for they
showed themselves ami were active in his
behalf when he was in need of something
more substancial than pity and words of
comfort. Squire Comings drew up a sub
scription paper and put a dollar at the
head of it after his own name, and then
went around and collected enough money
from other friends to send the poor suffer
ing creature to the hospital, where he will
receive every attention.
Miss Jessie Taylor and Mr. Davis B.
Levis were married yesterday afternoon
about four fifteen o'clock, by the Reverend
B. Y. George. Tho ceremony took place
on the ferryboat Three States while she
was lying at the Missouri shore, and re
turning, the couplo took their departure for
St. Louis, Missouri, on the Illinois Central
train, which left here near six o'clock.
Miss Jcssio is a charming young lady
one of the most vicacious and attractive in
the city, and will doubtless mako a most
exemplary companion. Master Levis is a
young gentleman from Cincinnati, who has
a good position on one of tho western rail,
roads. We, together with their manv
iriends, wish the young couplo a happy
One of tho most convenient articles to
bo used in a sick room is a sand bag. Get
soino clean, fino sand, dry it thoroughly in
a kettle on the stove; mako a bag about
eight inches square of flannel, fill it with
the dry sand, bcw the opening carefully to
Rethnr, and cover the bag with cotton or
linen cloth. This will prevent the sand
from sifting out, and will also: enable you
to heat the bag quickly by placing ' it in
the oven, or even on tho t,)pof tha .torn
After onco using this you will mr again
attempt to warm the feet or hands of a sick
person with a bottlo of hot water or a
brick. Tho Hand holds tho heat along
time; and the bag can bu tucked up to the
back without hurting the invalid. It is a
good plan to mako two or three of tho bags
and keep them ready for use.
Last night the engine house of tho Delta
Firo company, near Twentieth street and
Commercial avenue, was the scene of a
very pleasant affair. It was tho company's
ball given in celebration of its entire
freedom from debt, and to judge from the
largo and handsome crowd that gathered
there, it had the hearty good will of
the people. There never was better music,
a greater number of prettier and happier
laces upon a similar occasion anywhere and
we are confident that without a dis
senting voice, tho verdict of the throng is
highly complimentary to the company, and
not without the best of reasons, either.
A Civil-service Reform Association has
been organized in New York with a view
to "putting back tho Civil Service of the
United States on thebasiswhichthefounders
of tho nation laid honesty and capacity."
It has a large membership in the east and
seeks through pamphlets, which set forth
the viciousncss ot tho present system, to
iufluenco tho voters to sign petitions asking
congress to pass a bill providing that ap
pointments to subordinate executive ofiices,
with such exceptions as may be expedient,
shall be made from persons
whoso fitness has been ascertained
by competitive examination open to all
applicants properly qualified; and that re
movals lrom such offices bhall he made for
legitimate cause only, such ba dishonesty,
negligence, or Inefficiency, and not for
political opinion, or for resis.il to render
- 1 ii F. Ln.j.KTiN was u: error in statini'
Sunday morning thfl Captain Abrams and
the engineer, Samuel H.iff, had been dis
charged by United States Commissioner
Candcc. The fact is flat both were found
guilty, Captain Abraws for running the tug
"Duty" down from St. Louis without a
licensed engineer, and the engineer for
acting as engineer without license.
The lawful fine in either case is
one hundred dollars and, it being the rule
to make the b'md twice the amount of the
lawful fine, Abrams was bound over in the
sum of two hundred dollars for his appe ar
ance before the grand jury at Springfield;
but Huff's bond was placed at only one
hundred dollars at the urgent requests
of the prosecuting attorneys. Both gave
the bonds required and, for the time being,
are free men to wander whithersoever their
inclination may lead them.
-The Huston Globe has made a happy
deal. In an extraordinary special edition
lated January 1, "lfi81," it presents the
news r.f 100 years from now, in a highly
interesting and elating manner. The
phonograph in divorce suits Sunday
school excursions in air cars terrible ac
cidents in mid-air invention of a burglar
ouncer, are respectively treated from the
standpoint of the advanced journalism of
that day. News by th talkogram and
phontophone from all parts of the world is
fully presented. To show the progress of
those times, it is only necessary to Mate
that "Hiram Grant's bay mare Broad S.
trots a mile in 1 ::57'.,'." Everyone should
secure from his news dealeror from Messrs.
A. Yogcler & Co., of Baltimore, M l., by
whom this edition is exclusively controlled
and owned, a copy of the Boston Globe for
"1!K1." Mailed on receipt of price five
cents. To read it ia to have grace and flex
ibility imparted to the intellect, and a
strong desire to live on as the poet would
The following dispatch to Mr. Olierly's
bulletin from Springfield will not be en
tirely without interest to our readers in so
far as it relates somewhat to our member
of the general assembly: "Springfield,
III., Feb. 11. There was an interestiii ' ele
bate just now in the Leland. Messrs.
Pearson of Green, Durfee of Macon and
Liiicgar of Cairo had under consideration
Senator DcLang's pool bill, which, by com
mon consent, is considered to bo of doubt
ful origin. As for pools on horse-racing,
said Lmegar, I've no opinion; but if any
body wants to know my opinion on bucket
shop gambling, ho can have it. And then
the trio joined in unanimous chorus that, of
all species of gambling, that of buying
pools on grain in bucket-shops is the wond
Said practical Brad. Durfee: I'd rather be
bunkoed than robbed m a bucket-shop;
when a man plays bunko tho dealer lets
him win once in a while, but when a man
plays against a bucket-shop pool lie's rob
bed from A to Zed."
The I'adncah board of school directors,
after adopting a new series of reading
boe.ks for the present school year, resolved
as lollows: Tl'hat hereafter during tho
present school year when it shall bo neces
sary for any pupil in tho primary depart
ment of tho public schools to purchase new
readers in the first, second or third grades,
such pupil shall bo allowed to uso Mc
Guffy's new series First, Second and Third
readers, but in no caso be compelled to
change to the new series." Tho frequent
changes in school books generally has
formed a subject for bitter discussions
and denunciation in many communities.
Tho school boards are always tho recipients
of a good share of abuse for not permitting
tho use of tho same kind of books for years.
In some caso they are undoubtedy to blame,
but in others they receive unkindness whoro
they had reason to expect gratitude. It is
well known that tho world progresses,
physically, morally and politically and
witn it tne literature keeps pace. Tho
school books of ten years ago, or five, or
three years ago, are not such as would
educate tho child of today in
the truths of to-day. Everything is
Improved upon, and it is desirable that
the youth of to-day should learn tho truths
eif the present, as well us tho past from tho
best and Most reliable sources, and the old
sourco should always give place to tho new
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I'iuyiiii'ii iuc new is uir oeiier. JJUI lUlg
should not be construed into a justification
for changing tho school books every three,
six, or yet every twelve months; il tho
school boards will make an elaborate ex
amination of tho different school books in
existence every two years, and then, if they
find the books in use to be inferior to any
new publications, make a change, we be
lieve that the best interests ot all would be
conserved, and there would be no ground
for dissatisfaction anywhere.
I'ERSOXAL PA KA(j RAPHS.
I-'H HKNT-Kooinii, furulnhfj ox uiifuriiluhe,
wltli or without )()rd, t rf.-onubltt rt
"IT'7 nK ""Hriiu nuiming.
Al lIK KAIIM KOU HAI.K l)N pu
Tenm. Tha Unci U nltunti.il ti,r ...n.
wi-Ht of lUcUel Turk, 4'j utrm In rultlvuM,,,, u.
RrlltuUrljrtu VV, 1IOLDKN.
rpilBCITY I.IVKHY HTAItf.K I m.ri.d y0
I WALK, or will trmln furr.lty or country lirm
my. The outfit Included lisrn, horne, rtrrluic
wnnoliH, llnrnenii, He, etc , nil rnmpli'ii., H,
cleur title tuthctireperty. Kor liiforiiinilon'ta i
term, etc., pi) it thel'lty Livery Mid,!,,.
. I.K.K ion oi HT.
STHKKT I.KillT NOTICE.-Nolle'; U hcrtt,
krlveii thHt the city will IIl-IiI only m, , M, t
re located under tliu direction of th r,.
miii...oi) r.U. (Hi't. !tl, e lii.iter .', H.-vin,.,
'"""uci'l i Apnilralloiin iniirl he n crt w th tli
i lly clori( By ufdef (,f ttiH rominlltiv on mi ri'i-tK
k",n OK KXCIIANliK Knit CAIIti
- I " "r -n fioii iii r tn oFUIilkcriN. IUI unde
niltlviitl.,ti . Initio,... In llmhrr; Htimldl Hl.ont i
11 l' froin Kvitn.vlli.. , , jt ,,., frm Nw
itirir, one nillv from Ohio I t v r . 'Inert r thr.
'!"' on II"' farm, m.l.l.-s. thre,, orrh.nU hi,
Pleiily of Kocd wutrr. The Ni-Mhurirnml vel
runnbeue-aththli rami. Kor t.-riim. wr r,i,
m Aii-xiiMicr Co. Hm,k.
.NIK FA T. II Vf !T v TninL
Wednesday Eve., Febnnrv 10
ias a very sc-
M aster John I.ausden Jr.
yere case of measles.
Miss Lytlia Pitcher graces the central
telephone office since last Thursday.
The editor of the Anna Fruit Grower,
Mr. If. (,'. Houton, was in the city yester
day. Captain J.C. Willis was in the city yes
terday, on business connected with his
Judges Alh n, Crawford and
were in the city yesterday
Oh lue Ms!;-
In the W.j Id
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TltAINKI) DoiiS AM)
The M.iKt Mut'iiitlcenl S. . i,i ry Ki
I.Ike I'MliU' tii.u
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Mr. T. W. Fitch, ibneofthe officials of
the Cairo and Viue:onncs, is at honif
again ana nus rcsumoU his duties in the of
fice. Dr. Young, a member of coii'tcm from
the J'adueahi Ky.i district, and his son, came
down on the steamer Fowler yesterday af
ternoon. Among the uuests at the Hunter's
House yesterday wc-t; V. , Ilrown and J.
U. Willis, of Metropolis, Illinois, and S. II.
Jenkins, of WicklilTe, Kentucky.
Mr. J. II. Ere rly, of Dodge City, Kansas,
arrived in the city last Sunday. Ho is the
long expected assistant ef our signal sit
vicc officer, Mr. VV. II. Ray, and an affable
Mr. John A. Heeve, our
former circuit clerk, who was
here for a few day's visit to hi family and
f-r-i-e-n-d-s, not parents, as the types made
us say in Sunday's issue, left yesterday
alternoon ut four o clock ("or
resume his duties there.
l'.l'Ular ,rln 81 and
fur ml.' at llnrtman V
I KM) KKLIUS. Manai-f
i; .M. SKI.SON
CAIKO AMATKl lt UKAMA'ilC
Irish Minstrel Company
will appear on
Tncsrtay, February 2'2,m.
Iiitrodn. Inn tho lirrat Iri.li Urama, of th-
Fenian Hisingin Ireland
For tbe benefit of Sltert cf Kon-tto Academy.
Kearrved Mealo now f..r fai.
loor open at ":iiii lo. k
AT II A HTM AN S.
ON B N 1'iHT ON LY.
s,,mSiM ., Ytuhy Kveninir, Fchniarv 18.
C- Jo.!vn: as- TIIK "ACTOR OF TIIK PLATFORM "
M For thi hcTi.flt ur il,..
stock or jewelry and account.
CO. Patier to Michael O'D.mnell.S. W. 1 U 1 iLl U lAYi K A K 1 .
D., dated February 1 1th, iss-j) t onc tW(
story frame home. Corisid.irsJioii, four hun
KKAL ESTATE MOVEMENTS
Iabrr Ilrothers to W
signment, Uatcl rYbruary Oth. lsst. of
rlHI.DHKN un.l.-r II . ar...
No extra raarL"" fur ki.rrv.
eur'd at llarlmau .
Thk. .. pro-
Iliiriictt's ( oeoaini',
TIIK 1SK.-T II A IK 1)1(1. s.-I.Mi 1 T,K WOKI.JJ.
Hurnetfs Coconino nlUvs irritation, re
moves all tendency to dandrutf, invigorates
the action of the i ,nu!;,rics in th.. i,ii....t
degree, and ln e.ii iied .l.'s. rvcd reputa
tion for proiiiotin..' the growth and preserv
ing the bivmty of tl. human h-iir. Ladies
dressing their hair elaborately fur the even
ing will lim that it iinnans l..!rhv
natural gloss to the bait, und will cause
it to retain its shape for hours.
HumeUs Flavoring Extracts are used
and endorsed by the bet Hotels. Confec
tioners and firocers throughout the country.
They are perfectly pure.
Avoid harsh purgative pills. They make
you sick and then leave vou constitiuted.
Carter's Little Liver Pills reirulato the
bowels and curt; you.
Mr. John Luiisk, 51 Degraw street, S.
Rrooklyn, N. Y., writes: For ijiiite a long
time I have been a sufferer from rheumatic
pain, which increased in spite of all reme
dies that I tried. Having heard very In-di
praise of the St. Jacobs Oil, 1 fonelttdt;d to
make a trial. My left arm feeling to pain
ful to endure a severe rubbing, I took a
piece of flannel, soaked it well with the St.
Jacobs Oil, and put it around my arm as
tightly as I could bear it. After tha first
night of this trial, I commenced to experi
ence renct, ami alter two eiays nil pains
vanished, leaving a permanent cure.
So heels' I-Iall,
Tuesday Eyeniii, Febr'y
No Improper character will he admitted.
' - JOHN S( 'HEELS.
5 AND 10 CENT MUHE
Fauknth who allow their children to
grow up with scrofulous humors bursting
from every poro are guilty of a great
wrong. Think of them pointed out as
branded with u loathsome diseaHu, and you
will readily procure them the Cutieuni
Ci.kak head and voice, easy breathing,
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and hear
ing, no cougn, no distress, riieso are con-
litions brought about in Cntarrh bv the use
rpiE 5 AXD 10 ("EXT STOKE
Ou Kluhth Street nan removed to feimmcrrlal Ave
nue, trlw.'. n Ninth mul Tenth dtrwew.
Wear mdllnir our tock of
(iieeiiswiirp, (ilflsswnre ami
J i : J. O W ) H T,
I'leane; nive me a cull nnd will mtlffv vnti
A. 11. 1(W MAN.
HOOTS AND MiOhS
of Hanford's Radical
treatment for if I.
WOOD YAK I).
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
cmiatnntly on band
1 STAVE CLIPPINGS
At Seventy-live ceuts Fr loud.
Stavo Trim miner's
At one dolhir per load.
Thn ''irimmlnu"ar eoawo liavlri(: and make
Lulrt yooi oxtoti 1" " Tn" wood Vd.
Atlicncuin Huilding Commercial Av.
VMf only tho very Heat Imported 8tock and cm
ploya tho uiot competent workmen.
1KI('KN KKASONAULE and miKfactlon
yOOUM & UUODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Oor.
CAIHO - - ILLS