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PREP ARE YOURSELF
; For wo will now havo cold weather, and now in the time to go to the
Where wo have goods to suit all, both in Prices and Quality.
Our line of Men and Boys Cassimer Suits cannot bo beat,
and we can show the largest line of Child and Kilt Suits
IN OUR OVERCOAT DEPARTMENT
You will we hundreds of Styles of Overcoats and Ulsters both for Men and Boys.
We receive every day different Styles in HATS and CAPS,
and can therefore show you Full Stocks in Hats and Caps.
OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE
in every detail.
We very respectfully invite you to look through our store and judge for yourself.
Chicago One Price Clothing House,
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Otfte.e : Hulletln Building, Washington Avenue
RKTKREU AT THE POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIR, A8 8ECOND-CLABB MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thin column, elht cents per lino for
I rut mi. I fivs cents lr each subsequent inser
tion. For one week. .Hi cents per line, i or one
month, tHl cents per line.
Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
Fresh arrival of Select Oysters at Avin
gcr&Tharp's Restaurant ami European Ho
tel, Ohio Levee, next to City National Bank,
every day, and served up to order in the
best style, cooked or raw, at any hour of day
or night. Also for sale at lowest market
prices, by can or ouatt, for family use.
Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T, DeBaun's, 58 Ohio levee,
Messrs. K. Hewitt & Co., corner of
Eighth street and Ohio levee, will open on
Thursday, 10th inst., with a full assortment
of Baltimore and New Orleans oysters in
bulk and cans, also fresh and salt water
fish of various kinds; and hope by careful
attention to merit a continuance of their last
seasons patronage, and of such others who
delight in choice goods at low prices.
Save Thirty-five Per Cent.
Thirty-five per cent, saved by buying and
using Cut and Ground feed, at corner of
Seventeenth street and Washington avenue.
Ground Oats per bu 55c
" Corn " HOc
at DeBaun's, 58 Ohio levee.
To the members of the Woman's Club and
Library Association, Cairo, 111. The Womaus
Club and Librury Association will hold a
special meeting on Thursdiy, December
15th, 1881, at 3 o'clock P. M. at the library
room in Cairo, 111., for the purpose of con
sidering and voting upon a proposition to
donate the property known as the Cairo
public library, to the city of Cairo, as a
foundation for a free, public library and
reading room, to be organized under tho
laws of the state of Illinois, relating to the
establishment and maintenance of free pub
lic libraries and reading rooms.
By order of the Board of Trustees,
M lis. II. H.CANDEE.Secy.,
Cairo, 111., November 15th 1881.
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Three States House,
nOTKL AND KKSTAUUANT,
Comer Fourth street and Ohio Levee; open
day end night. Terms $1.20 per day.
F. W. Susan k A & Co., Props.,
Furnished rooms, on the corner of Elev
enth street and Washington avenue. En
quire of Mils. Fahhel.
Carpentering; and Painting:.
W. M. 11 ALE & BUOTKU, CONTRACT0I18 AND
Fainting and Carpentering done by the
iob or day. Repairs and job work prompt
ly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed.
A share of the patronage solicited. Leave
orders at tne Tost Office, box 802.
Truly yours, W. M. Hale.
Cairo, Ills., Nov. 24, 1881.
A newly furnished room without board;
also an unfurnished loom. Man and wife
preferred, or will rent to one or two gentle
men. Enquire of R. Heusackkh,
A good mule. Enquire of
Jennings & Howe,
Marble yard on Tenth street.
New Oyster Depot.
Go to Grose & Murrell, corner of Four
teenth street and Washington avenue, for
fresh oysters; served in any stylo at all
hours. Entrance to ladies' oyster parlor
i on Fourteenth street.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MOKN1NQ. 'DECEMBER 1, 1881.
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The "Blue Property," on Twenty-eighth
street, near the park; cheap to a good ten
ant. M. J. Howlkt, Real Estate Ag't.
Two fine lots on Washington avenue, ad
joining The Bulletin office.
Also a nice farm of thirty acres, one mile
northwest of Villa Ridge.
M. J. Howley, Real Estate Agent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In these columns, ten cents per Hue,
each insertion. Marked
rhotos, Photos, Photos for five cents at
More new bar room fixtures arrived
for Mr. John Gates' palatial saloon yester
day. The price of admissior to the Catholic
fair at tho Arab engine house, is not twenty
five, but ten cents.
Another six or eight car-loads of gravel
were brought into the city by the Illinois
Central railroad yesterday.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
The rear end of the business house of
Messrs. Stratton & Bird has been taken out
with a view to connecting the side walls
with those of the new addition.
The Halliday guards will give another
ball in the Hibernian engine house, on the
26th inst, for the purpose of obtaining the
money still lacking to pay for the new
Fifty-nino members of the Tammany
society, of New York, many of whom have
been personal friends of John Kelly, have
deserted the organization, and are likely to
ally themselves -ith the county democracy.
Sister Rosalie, well known throughout
the west, died of consumption at Leaven
worth. Fifty sisters of charity participated
in the requiem mass, and six of the number
accompanied the body to the grave in the
capacity of pall-bcarcrs.
Chief Myers was yesterday busily en
gaged, superintending the removal of po
lice headquarters from the Arab engine
house to the rear end of the brick building,
at tho comer of Sixth street and Ohio levee.
A stovo has been put up and the telephoue
removed, and to-day tho new headquarters
is the headquarters.
Sheriff John Hodges has not been out
summoning jurors to try the liquor cases
next week. Sheriff Hodges has been in the
country for several days, and tho liquor
cases will not come up for trial next week.
County court will not convene until the
third Monday in December, or until after
tho adjournment of tho circuit court and
-Since twelve o'clock last night, Cairo
has ten constables all who wore elected
at the recent election having duly qualified
yesterday. It would seem, therefore, that,
during the day, the city ought to bo tolera
bly well protected ; but not quite so well at
night, when the constables' duty does not
require them to bo on the watch for viola
tors of the laws.
There are indications in Sergeant W.
II. Ray's reports of yesterday of an ap
proaching fall of temperature in this part of
the country. During the twenty-four hours
ending at 2:11 p. m. yesterday, tho tern
pcraturo of tho northwest experienced a
general fall, varying from thrco degrees at
LaCrobse, Wis., to thirty-three degrees at
Tho Young People's temperance club
has decided to give a social danco at the
Reform hall next Tuesday, the Cth instant.
The committee of arrangements is compos
ed of Messrs. C. R. Stuart, P. C. Barclay
and Captain James F. Miller. Tho floor
managers are Messrs. E. E. Comings, Alex.
Able, Herman Schuh, John Horn, W.
Blauvclt, Ed. James and Wm, Williamson.
At the meeting of the Choral society, at
tho residence of Mrs. J. M. Lansdcn, on
Tuesday night, a committee was appointed
"to report upon the practicality of having
a grand musical convention in this city
soiHO time after tho middle of January.
The plan suggested was to employ some
man of note from abroad to give a series of
drills, lectures, etc, ssy two per day, for
ncrhaos. a whole week-on
glees, church music and oratorio choruses,
tho session to bo attondod by people from
the towns about Cairo as well as our own
Tim ri.ninermicu hall on Eicrhth street
will bo ready for occupancy in timo for tho
Young Peoples club's next mooting, but it
is not certain that it will thon bo occupied
Tho proposition to furnish hot coffee, etc
at tho new hall at all hours of tho day, is
Iw.intf nnnsidercd bv the ladios of tho
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Chistian Temperanco Union.
The Baltimore and Ohio telegraph line
is now operated as far west as St. Louis, and
tlin Mutual Union has set December 5th as
the day when it will begin business through
out tho country. When both of these lines
are in active operation, tho public may ex
pect such competition with tho Western
Union ns will effect reduced rates.
Mr. M. Eusterday and Dr. J. II. Tetrio
havo purchased lots up town, near the cor
nor of Twenty-eighth and Poplar streets.
and have had each a house moved upon the
lots, which they are having generally re
paired and put into good order for residences
for their own use. These new residences
will be an improvement of tho neighbor
Miss Sara Marshall, one of tho most
learned women in England, was shown a
portrait of Guiteau without being told his
name. She instantly said; "Beware of
that man. He is mad. Look at the eyes
they have an ugly black rim around them
Then, again, those awful ears, so thick an
heavy and animal-like in the way they
stick out. The mouth, too, is evil. That
man is either mad I mean has latent in
sanity or he is a criminal.
For a long time past, a sleek looking
individual calling himself Dr. Lyon, has
been victimizing the farmers of central
Illinois by doctoring patients on the plan
"no cure, no pay," taking notes payable in
thrco and six months, provided permanent
cure has been effected. The notes after
wards turned up in the hands of third par
ties, with the "no cure, no pay contract
clipped off. Lyon has worked central Illi
nois quite successfully, and has victimized
farmers and others out of thousands of dol
lars. Detectives are on his track, and his
evil deeds are about to draw to a close.
Several negro women from the lower
portion of the city, who are amoig the
worst criminals tho officers have to deal
with, were brought before Justice J. II.
Robinson yesterday upon various charges,
and all given stays in the hope that they
would leave tho city. Chief Myers and the
police force have determined to rid the city
of a number of these disreputable female
criminals, and have decided upon this
means as the best toward the accomplish
ment of their purpose That they, with the
assistance of the several police courts, may
accomplish their purpose is devoutly to be
Ihe alarm in regard to small pox
caused Assistant Postmasftr General Hat
ton to issue an order that mail matter lia
ble to communicate contagious diseases
may be refused by any postmaster. An
other post house is to be erected at Spring
field, Mass., where seven new cases devel
oped yesterday. The board of health at
Evansville has ordered the free vaccination
of scholars. In Chicago six deaths and
nine new cases were reported. A whole
family has been stricken near Fort Aber-
crombie, and left by their nearest neigh
bors to die. A child was attacked in a
hotel at Fargo, and was at onco nent to the
-H. M. Hoxie, general manager of tho
Iron Mountain, International and Great
Northern and the Texas Pacific railroads,
Seth Fink, general freight ajrent, and sever
al other officials left St. Louis Monday for
the purpose of making arrangements fur
running trains from St. Louis to San Fran
cisco via tho Southern Pacific from El Paso,
Tex., and also for running trains to the
Mexican border at Laredo. It is expected
that tho Texas and Pacific will bo in ope
ration by the 1st of January, and that the
International and Great Northern will
reach Laredo by tho middle of net month.
Tho new route to San Francisco will bo
called theTriplo line, and will be formed
of the Iron Mountain, tho Texas and Pacific,
and the Southern Pacific.
Mr. Johu Clancy is making a change
in his business at tho corner of Twelfth
street and Commercial avenue. Ho has
disposed of his stock of groceries, nud will
hereafter conduct a saloon and billiard
hall alouo. Preparatory to tho consumma
tion of this purpose ho is having some veiy
extensive improvements made in and about
his house, which are very pleasing to look
upon. As before Btated, a new brick base
ment and new brick walk havo already
been finished, and ho has now several pnper
hangers and carpenters at work inside, who
are repairing and beautifying tho front and
inside of tho building. He ha& also been
to St. Louis and purchased there a new bar
room outfit, consisting of counter, mirror,
ornamental shelving, billiard tables, etc.,
which will be put up when all repairs
havo been finished. Mr. Clancy's place of
business will bo a markod improvement
upon its former self.
Use Tub Caiho Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, mado of calendered juto
mimilla, equally good for Ink or pencil. For
salo, hi three Bi.es, at the office.
Commencing with last evening a scries
of meetings bio being held in tho Motho
(list church, Last evening was a prayer
inciting, which was well attended though
tho weather was not pleasant. Another
meeting will bo held to-night, anothor on
Friday night, at which an interesting bun
mon will be preached. On Saturday morn
ing and night meetings will also bo held
anil on Sunday tho regular meetings tako
place, Professor Allyn, of Carbondale,
and Rev. Nash, presiding eldor of this dis
trict, will be here to assist in conducting
tho meetings. On Sunday, also, a quarter
ly meeting will bo held and tho holy coin,
President M. II. Donnell, of tho Missis
sippi river improvement convention, has
appointed tho following committco to or
ganize and carry out tho work planned by
tho convention: E. O. Stanard, St. Louis,
chairman; Eugeno Underwood, Louisville;
S. F. Covington, Cincinnati; J. F. Stock
dale, Pittsburg; Nathan Cole, St. Louis;
Wm. P. Halliday, Cairo, III.; C. C. Sturtc
vant, Minneapolis, Minn.; Michael McEn
nis, St. Louis; Edward T. Jones, Nashville,
Tenn.jWm. Crooks, St. Paul, Minn.; Jaa.
Craig, St. Joseph, Mo.; Duncan F. Kenner,
New Orleans; George II. French, Daven
port, la.; Wm. F. Phelps, Winona, Minn.;
E. F. Bakrr, Topeaka, Kas.; II. O. Clark,
Omaha, Neb.; R. J; Htarenu, Madison, fnd.j
II. F. Simrall, Vicksburg, Miss.; C'has. A.
Zallinger, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Logan II.
Root, Little Rock, Ark., and Alex. Camp
bell, West Virginia.
The party of gentlemen referred to in
The Bulletin of yesterday, as having
taken a trip with Captain W. P. Halliday
on the ferryboat Throo States on a tour of
inspection of Cairo's harbor, comprised the
following distinguished gentlemen, of tho
Singer scwina machine company: George
R. Mclvenzie, vice president and general
manager; William Proctor, treasurer
Leighton Pine, superintendent, and Col
Russell, lumber aijent. These gentlemen
left Tuesday night for New York City,
They had been here for nearly a week,
looking over the city and particularly tho
company's grounds. They express them
selves well pleased with Cairo, its Bur
roundings and its prospects. They fee
well satisfied with the stata of the compa
ny's affairs here and contemplate very c
tensive improvements on their grounds west
of Commercial avenue. They will also
make large additions to their works in a
very short time.
Although, the weather was very dis
agreeable last night, the Catholic fair, for
the benefit of St. Patrick's church, was
much better attended than the night before,
ami the general enjoyment was correspond
ly increased. The ladies who have charge
of the several tables, the post office, the
voting polls, etc., aro all charmingly polite
in their attentions to visitors, and make
all who go there feel perfectly at home im
mediately upon their entrance. Besides
the beautiful decorations of the hall, the
tables are spread in a magnificent stylo
with all manner of tempting eatables, in
eluding ice cream and cake, candies and
various refreshments. Tho taking of
chances, voting for a number of favorite
young ladies, receiving letters from tho
post office, and partaking of the many good
things from the tables and stands, was in
terruptcd several times during last night
with songs and literal y exercises byanum
ber of young ladies, all of whom did their
parts remarkably well. Chief among tho
literary exorcises was an original dialogue,
in which Misses Ella McCarthy and Mary
McGee took part, and acquitted themselves
very creditably. It was not until late in
the night that the company dispersed.
-Gen. Haen, chief signal officer, in his
annual report says the past year has been
distinguished by additional progress, and by
a decided improvement. Refering to tho
weather forecasts made this year for tho
first time in the interest of cotton growers,
Gen. Hazen says: "Congress did not ap
propriate an amount carefully estimated as
uecessary to meet the expense of the in
creased work, and I was unwiljingly com
pelled to reduce tho number of stations to
100, selected from 248 promised, which are
situated so as to best cover tho cottou belt.
I earnestly hope that congress will this year
provide the the funds necessary for a great
extension of this special feature of the sig
nal service, which promises, with very
Bmall expenditure, such great practical ad
vantages to tho people's interests of tho
south." Gen. Hazon notes doductions
made of the weather conditions for
tho day succeeding that for which forecasts
aro made, and says if the result of these
studies is sufficiently successful, indications
will in timo bo issued for all districts for
periods of more than one day. Gen. Hazen
calls especial attention to tho value of the
river reports, and says: Tho opinion is
again expressed that with the proper study
of river floods, and with stations properly
placed reporting at times of especial dan
ger, it can bo mado almost impossible for a
flood to follow a river course without notice
being given in advance of its coming to
localities threatened. Frost warning now
telegraphed to New Orleans for the benefit
of tho sugar interests, will bo extended for
tho benefit of the orango interests of Flori
da, and fruit interests at other points.
In view of tho fact that tho board of
school directors of this county contemplate
tho erection soon of atnuch nooded now
school building, it is not inappropriate to
offer a suggestion of great importance. It
DOLMANS, CLOAKS AND CIRCULARS!
For Ladies, Misses and Children,
Wo manufacture theso goods in Now York, and Boll them ' '
at wholesalo throughout tho United States. Owing to the
unfavorable season for theso goods wo havo orders from our
Mr. J. Burgor, Now York, to sell them at cost. Our stock is
largo and complete, comprising tho lowest prices to tho finest
and costliest garments-all at actual COST!
Now is your time to obtain a great bargain, for wo are de
termined o sell and reduce Htock.
BLANKETS, QUILTS AND COMFORTS
in all Qualities and Styles, at Greatly Reduced Prices I
FLANNELS, of all kinds-Canton and all wool-at
greatly reduced iu-iees!
DRESS GOODS and CASHMERES, with trimmings to
match, in endless variety, are now offered lower than
HOSIERY! HOSIERY !!
For all ages woolon, cotton,
Tho winter has not turned out like the weather prophets
predicted. We are caught with a largo stock of goods owing
to their prophecies, and tho people can have tho benefit ot our
mistaken confidencefor we aro determined to sell. Price no
object give ua a call and we will save you money.
124 Commercial Ave.
is with reference to the manner of hanging
the doors of the various rooms in fact of
all the doors in the building. We would
suggest that all the doors in the new build
ing, and also of the old buildings, bo madtt
to swing outward, when open. The im
portance of this suggestion will bo readily
seen by all intelligent persons, and is very
forcibly illustrated by tho terrible calamity
in the Greene btroet school bouse, in New
York city, some years ago, and by
another in New England of a mora recent
date. In both cases a large number of
children were burned because a sudden
rush against tho doors of tho
rooms preyentcd these from being promptly
thrown open to permit tho tcholars, to pass
out. It is not probable that tire should
break out in any of the buildings now in
use here, for they are all provided with every
necessary safeguard against such an oc
currence; but neither is it impossible, and,
therefore, some necessity exists for making
the improvements suggested. The legis
lature of Indiana recently passed a law
requiring that the doors of all the public
school buildings In tho state be changed in
all cases, where they swing inward wheD
opened. One would naturally suppose that
the merest tiro in the carpenter's or builder's
trade should know this mucL at least of tho
laws of school architecture, yet this
new law of Indiana affects no fewer than 8..
000 of the less than 10,000 school houses of
that state; involving a cost of f 150,000 to
make tho required alterations! But, very
fortunately, there is to be no evasion of
this new law; for it not ouly imperatively
command that the designated alterations be
made, but inflicts a fine of from one to ten
thousand dollars and imprisonment in the
county jail not exceeding six months, upon
any school trustee who fails to see that tho
alterations are made. State Supcrfntcndcpt
Bloss has been asked to give his official
construction of the law, and this is it: "Let
trustees bear in mind, also, the further fact,
that if they neglect to carry out the law,
and any pupil is seriously injured by being
crushed or trodden under foot in a school
panic, and it can bo traced to tho neglect
of tho trustees to provido ready egress by
observance of this law, an action for dam
ages will lio against them; and if death
ensues, they may bo held for manslaughter."
Exposure will induce colds, throat dis
eases, consumption, etc., all of which give
warning by a troublesome cough. Use Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup in time, and remove
both the cause and etlect ot your discom
Miss Hattio Whoeler is reported ill.
Misses Hattio and Emma Reardcn have
been ill for several days past.
Mr. George E. 0'IIara has returned
from a business trip up one of our railroads.
Mr. Wine, cousin of Mr. Hugh Jones,
has been in tho city for several days on a
Captain T. L. Conant has gone homo to
Evansville to attend the bedside of his fath
er, who is very ill.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvin has gone to
Springfield, Ills., on business. He will
probably return to-day.
Mr. W. J. Pareloe, of Paducah, present
owner of the steamer Octavia, now laid up
at Paducah, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pace, of Ashley, Ills.,
who have been visiting their daughter, Mrs.
Al. Lewis, in this city for a week or more,
have returnod to their home.
Rector Davenport is expected to bo in
tho city again to-morrow and will, in all
probability occupy the pulpit of the church
of the Redoemor next Sunday.
Captain James F. Miller, of the Chicago,
St. Louis and New Orleans railroad has
been absent from tho city for several days.
Ho returnod yesterday. His district has
been enlarged. During his absence Mr. II
Loighton filled his place in tho office.
Mr. A. N. Ireland, at one time propriotor
of the Commerce Dispatch, of Commerce,
At Aetna! MnimfflpfmWa fw
in fact all kiuds
at prices to
JJOTN'E TO CONTRACTORS.
tityciorks unite, i
Culm, lilt., December 3d, M. f
Sealed Dropout! will be received at this ollice. .
rectea to the City Council of the City of Cairo, l
iwr inrmsuim ;do material ana (lulug tne work,
iff, Inn thn , . .1. a.,.,...... . . .. . .,
w,u ui ui-ii-mar iur luc (XJllBiruruoD, ft
reconstruction of the following sidewalk, to be
contrae'cd of hrlck, vU: On the northerly side
filli fttrcrt. rtinnlntr :17 r... f,..iu..i. r...n. a .1.
strta-t; on tne southerly side of Mh ctreet, riinnl
sis icbi vapiwaraiy ironi wtmuiel.; ou wet(
B'ae oi commercial avenue, tU feet, In front of
block lit, cl.y of Cairo; on Ihe ean.:ry elite of J
lar utrret. between 17th anil lmh !r..u. .
tlft.O.Jivlw .(.tu A 171. It
M. XI. 4ft. hlnrk 17. Aral Ml.i. ....!. -I...
...... .,.l,k mim i.i 1
limit P.v ut, tftu-rtaHi' , tttu .I.... ..r 11'..
wj ... .... piucvi no
iuii Mrt'i't : on ti.u iinrth..rlv alH., nf 1m k
h nnlf..ni ....... ......II.. I j j . .
easterly side of Waaliington avenin-, bem ean V
anl 20111 ir"t ; on llie westerly lde of Wiin
ton avenue, between aOtn and f.,i,r .ir...
uiufi v.jii.Mii.ai,iijr iruiu v ecinr pin''! : on
the seutherly side of 30th street, between l'h'.
Inn .uuniu an.. .......
io oe re-constructed or wood. 1: On the nor
eny sine oi rna street, between Washington if
cue and Poplar street : on the westerly side of V
nui rinrci, oriwren inu ana mu streets; on
easterly side of Walnut street, bftweeu Utb
Uth street ; on the northerly side of Mh stree',
tween Commercial avenue and VYuhln
on the northerly side of lith street, running las ij
woBiony mim n ascin;on avenue; on lue souH,
'T 'me or sin street, r'.nuing ia fet wesUrly Ii
Washington avenue; on llie easterly side of 'Wit
iukiod avenue, oeiween Sin anu bin streets; on
westerly slilo of Cominereiiil avenue, between I
and tid streets; on the northerly side af xth .t.
ruinlne feet from Poplar street towards O
mertlaf avenue; on thetontherlr!doof J7th elri
neiwoen commercial avenue and Poplar street
the northerly side of 15th street, ruiinlnu
westerly ftoni Walnut street; on tne southerly i,
of liUb street, bfitween Commercial avenue i
ropiar street ; nn the southerly side of Divlc
street, between Poplar street and N ashinirton
, To be constructed of wood : On the easterly
of Poplar street, between lh and irth it-oeV
the northerly side of 17th street, beueen Wi
.J 4vp"'10 nJ Walnut street; and on the e.it'
oiuubi sycamore street, from Sid street to
As provided by ordinance No. TS, approved
vernber ')d, laSl; whca is on file lu this offlce.
subject to examination at any time. The rltrh
reject any and all bias ru.erved by the Cliy.
D. J. KOLET, City Cler
FAIR and FEST1VAJ
for tho benefit of
CU VV. A-.! n n a. si
oi. ruincK s uimoiic tJiurii
Tuesday, Wednesday and ThursdaJ
NOVEMBER 29 AND 30,
Arab Kngine House.
Admission as cents.
Mo., now a prominent merchant of tl
town, and Mr. Z. B. McKight, also of C
mcrcc, are in tho city, and favercd Ij
Bulletin office with a call last night.
Mies Annie Colter, niece of Mr. Jus I
Rodman, has bcea very sick with mala
fever for several weeks past. Slio livcsl
uoramcrciai avenuo onposue me new eni
tor. Mr. Rodman has sent for her rclati
in anticipation that she will not livo mi
longer. . .
Skin Diseases Cured.
Uv Dr. Frazies's Magic Ointment. C
as if bv macric. Pimples, Black Heads
Grubs. Blotches and Eruptions on the f
leaving the skin clear, neaitny anu Den,
lul. Also cures lien, jjaruor s jtcn,
Rhoum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald II
Chnnped Handa, Soro Nipples, Soro 1
old, obstinate Ulcers and bores, &c.
P. Brake, Esq., Cleveland, O., sufli
beyond all description from a skin din
which appeared on his hands, head
face, and nearly destroyed his eyes.
most careful doctoring failed to help
and after all had failed ho used Dr.
2 er's Made uintmont ana was cured u
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fcTTho first and only positive euro
skin diseases ever discovered.
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For Blind Bleeding. Itching or Ulcor
Piles, Dr. William's Indian Ointment
sure cure. Price $1.00. by mail. For
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