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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY. -MORNING.. MAY II, 8fe2.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
nV: BnUUu BttlldlnK, Washington Aventtt
" CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
RNTBHKD AT Till !T OWCS! IN CAIKO, IL
LINOIB, AB SROOND-fLAM HATTKIl.
WtWlkL FAPBR OF CITY AND COCNTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice liithl column, eiifht eont pet line for
Kri-t ind Itvo cenu pur nn e eacjuunacqueui. mui
n w.r ..nn mrk. sncout uer lluu. tr one
u oiilb, 00 ceuw per line.
Washington avenue, corner Seventh
nfM-nr (vid ikv board at reasonable)
rates. Meal tickets for. traiiMifiit board
ers. ' Mus. run. IC. Hhwaui).
fWnnd ninrv of building at corner of
Fourteenth Btroct hii1 Washington avenue,
known na tho " Thillipa buildup. Dehir
nolo location for boarding liouso. AIho
one store room on tlrnt floor in the anno
building. Apply at the saloon at the cor
N. K. Ghosh.
Receipt books. Cairo dale line, jterfiira
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at tno i-airo imnciin
Two story brick house on VOth street. The
key can be found at Mr. Whitaker's in the
Cuurt-IIousc Hotel-next door,
gt. J.vcon Klink.
For Rknt. Cottao on 10th street. Ap
ply to Mrs. Fitzgerald, Buixktin building.
Two or three good, steady a:d indus
trious boys to learn the uiae.liinint trade.
None need apply unless willing to hind
themselves for four years with the consent
of their parents to learn the trade. Also
one or two to learn the moulding trade.
Aply to 3. B. Heed, Cairo. Ills. 1.
Rjoiuh, funiibhed or unfsmibLt-d on m
uudfi'xirof Tkx Bricurns bu.'ldjng. A;
yr, uj utairE. Mrfc. FiUr'.rt1.
J HI Sit.it'.
J"irat ciuat-sutldit uuJ bugrr bo-w., iiii
jrwtl bugiy, fliufit hu-u'.t, udclit uud
bridle: uli it iinrs ciu iiratn. X. !. tf;
in ofiux. i
J lir 2'UT
Tin- 'Lxiiwy .irriiporj . tttiru'sr 7 't-1 j
sunk, vavJ iii w ;ai. 'a
tokLt, IS Cjii 2iiS 45 1 -fk. N if. 2 i-l
t. r ui tea eesa eca by the 'Ingie -oe,
by th dcieo or by ti.e hia irl, ay varia
tion in prices.
For Rent. Sherman Hon.', two story
brick, 18 rooms and 2 lulls, en.it side Com
mercial ave., between Fourth and Fifth
etreuN. Apply on premises Mrs. Mc
Cormack. Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagous will run through the season
delivering ico to all parts of the city. I
have also an ico box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my ollice on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may he left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Geo. W. Si'h:K.
To the Citizens of Caivo and Surround
The undersigned would respectfully an
nounce that he has removed his jewelry
8tore(for many years established in I'liducah,
Ky.,) to 110 Commercial avenue, opposite
the Opera House, this city, where hu will
be pleased to attend to anything in his line.
It shall bo my aim to keep a well selected
stock of watches, clocks, jewelry, etc. on
hand, and respectfully refer to any former
or present citizen of I'adueah, Ky., ns to
reliability, etc. All work entrusted to my
care will be carefully executed, and bo of
tlio highest order of merit.
' Ct. Jno. A. Mim.kh.
ICE I ICE!! ICE!!!
TO ICK CONHUMKKS.
I am now prepared to furnish ice, both
at wholesale and retail (in any quantity),
to all parts of the city, or for steamboats
or general shipment. Orders should be
addressed to Jacob Klee, cor. 8U1 and Ohio
levee, or givun to tho drivers of wagons.
Office open day and night. J aoou Ki.kk.
For Rent Store room formerly occu
pied by Frank McKnight-Uuder photo
gTaph gallery on 0th street. Apply to L
II. PuKLrs, photographer.
A Popular Tonic
FOR WKAK LCNOH ASU CONBI MITION.
No preparation ever iulroduced to thu
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Golds, bote Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of tho Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of tin; disease, hits ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock aud Rye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are tho best evidence of its real
merits. Letters aud testimouals from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
poBSCBijion of tho proprietors, antl can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot Its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous as a trial of this urticlu, having n
pleasant taste ami agreeable flavor, will
arisfy all those who are afllicted or pining
war with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to b secured by tho use ol'Tolu, Rock
'ad Hye.H.CbicHito Times.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! In thfic column, ton cal per line,
Men insertion. Marked
Window shades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. tf
Go to Fiducah Sunday, the 14th a
lovely trip for f 1.00. 4t
-Roys wanted oy Mr. J. B. Reed. See
-For 8ALE-Cueap at $3.00, a good
refrigerator. Enquire of Mrs. Burnett, on
Tenth street. 3t
-Only one dollar for a trip to Taducah
on tho Three States Sunday. EverylMidy
Professors Goss & Lemon's brass and
string bands will accompany the excursion
to Padueah Sunday, 14th, and furnish fine
music for tho occasion.
Capt.Chas. Huughman has bought tho
two,Viiiau lots ou north side of 10th street
(the marble yard), and will build thereon
a dwelling for himself and family.
"Tho blonde type," says Bronson
Alcott, "is very near the divine likeuess."
And some ono else remarks that very few
newspapers use the blonde typo.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Cairo encampment was had last night. Mr.
Geo. IWkor was initiated and a general
good time was had among the patriarch.
lkcausoof the sudden aud rapid rise
of tho riyers at this and other points, the
sowers were all closedTuesday, which will
account for the failure of the lately fallen
ralu water to disappear.
Foil Sale or Runt. Tho two Hue
lorizontal boiler aud eight horse-power up
right engine, now iu use at Tiik Bulletin
ollice. It not sold, tho machinery with
building will be rented to a good tenant
for use as it standH. Apply at this ollice. tf
Mouldings and picture frames at Jeff
Mrs. Goodfc, on Eighth fctret-t, opposite
Bristol's, Las just opened a beautiful line of
itr millinery goods, comprising a largt
Hoe of '.ixt ttjltf of sjiriig tn.i eumaer
Late., lit biii novelties. The ladi of
Cairo hbonid 'J! tail to tfcU and at btr
v'.xli. EvtrrtL-iig it so freth and ttw,
v.'Lt' ylzt art very tm .'table.
Tut vjiti'.v of -Lv1vbh HkvjnuL,"
I'm '.wit T. SiUi!..'. CV.'Ocb, nb'i it li
uid L vul'.. it 1j i.'ve i fai(J p.uwl f'r
La it pjr-luJ, Kuliit. If trtrj cs bo
Lu2 er bu:.g Lj bb.1 trtt de-
rn tij ;v.!U4-rt fr.-a LeuiLg it, Cfttribated
i i.ri, bt jz'.'.i b a rici n.va.
UtarfcVii li.w mdiy eicur&ion to
Faiica!. r t rj Tlrt Statys, fare only one
j Ltm cfcs of oma'd rxji or vario
loid were rvrwted to tho authorities yes
ttrJay. The one owe reported the dy
before had broken out Monday so
that there have been no new cases, within
the last two days and nights. It is per
haps safe to conclude that the disease is
nearly, if not quite, at the end of its row.
The grand jury convened yesterday
morning in the county court room. Four
or five indictments were found, with refer
ence to which a large number of witnesses
were examined. Several other important
cases for which witnesses have been sub
poencad remain to be investigated and will
probably be called up to-day.
Myreads of army worms have been
at work in the grass of tho custom-house
yard for several days past. They have
stripped tho stalks clean in some places
and are crawling over tho walks in numer
ous! droves, searching for new "green em
bhizoned fields." Young potatoes ami corn
iu tho vegetable gardens of the city are in
danger of annihilation.
Circuit court convened yesterday
morning at nine o'clock. Judge I). J.
Baker was on tho bench. Only one crim
inal case wbb disposed of, that of the peo
plo vs. Jesse Wilson, charged with assault
with intent to kill. A plea of assault
with intent to do bodily injury was accept
ed by tho court and Wilson was fined forty
dollars and costs.
One of tho committees of tho fire com
panies, appointed to consider the advisa
bility of celebrating tho coming Fourth of
July, has addressed a letter to Hon. Daniel
Voorhees, asking him to come to Cairo on
the occasion named aud deliver tho oration.
An answer will probably bo received soon,
and that it may bo favorably is tho sincero
wish of ull friends of tho enterprise. Mr.
VourheoH' presence here would bo a great
The following item was published sev
eral weeks ago in Tub Bullmin but be
ing a good thing will beartepeatini: Ed
ward Hinds, of tho Liverpool Mercury, is
willing to risk his reputation as a public
man "if tho worst case of small pox cannot
be cured in three days, simply by the use of
cream tartar dissolved In one pint of hot
water drank at intervals when cold. It is a
certain, never failing remedy. It has cured
thousands, never leaves a mark, never causee
blluduchs, and avoids todioui lingering.
Tun Bulletin office needs a water
tank, and its manager would liko to ascer
tain how much cash would bo required to
build it. Said tank to bo not less than
feet in diameter, nor less than 8 fjet high;
only first class gilt-edged cypress lumber,
2 belies thick, to bo used. Iu addition to
the building the tub, when dotio or before
it is done, will huve to bo ekv.Ucd DO feet
or else placed on top of a house. Will a
few of the tank budding fraternity furnish
the above information ith the understand
ing th.1t they or one of I'lkiu aiil do' the
workattht'b'4 figures' o'tftrediaud com
plete the jo'i within ton daysf
Mr. Miles W. Parker, county treasurer,
and his assistant, Mr. George E. Olmsted,
are still busily engaged in making tho
assessment of r nl estate of the city lor the
year 183. Owing to the many improve
ments made in the city during the past
year, the aggregate will no doubt greatly
exceed that of 1881, but individuals wiil
suffer no material increase on their assess
ments of last year. Mr. Parker is paying
very particular attention to the equalization
of values this year. His wish being that
no one shall bear an unequal burden of
taxation. Last year the total number of
lots in the city was M7C, ot which I7ll
were improved, and4i:i5 were vacant. Tlie
total valuation was f l,l 34,027.
A strong wind was expected to piss
over the city TuiBduy afternoon.' The
barometer in the signal ollice gave every
evidence of an approaching storm and Ser
geant Ray sent notice of this fact to various
portions ot the city. Preparations were
made by many t uard as much as pos
sible against damai,. and then tho wind
was anxiously awaited. According to in
dications it should have reached this city
about throe o'clock, but the hour passed,
the afternoon, evening and night and all
day yesterday passed without bringing the
much expected and dreaded aerial disturb
ance. It did not reach this city at all,
but it did reach other cities, both far and
near, where it did some terrible work. At
McAllister, Indian Territory, eight people
were killed and fourty wounded, and at
various places nearer here, in Missouri,
more or less damage was done.
An informal conference was h':ld yes
terday between President Whitchouse and
Superintendent Hamilton, for the St. Iiuis
ami Cairo railroad company, and Mr.
Wool Ritteiihousc for the citizens' com
mittee ot five. It was a hasty conference
an! there was no fime to call the commit
tee together, because the first named gen
titmen Lad but little time t. spare. The
result of the consultation was that the
ccn,aiittee' last proposition, was not accept
ed.'jso tt-w propositions were offered from
either sii)e, aol the- whole mvtti't left where
it h as tftnre pibtb3 ag' The ciaiDiitU.-ei'
la-t ;-r .;j;iti"D. it will le remembered,
wi.- tic t.m previously made and ignored
by the oJ5cia!i named. It was originally
n.ak- at the it.;:ancc of Alderman Ilahi
iy, i. I off.T'.-d to accept a proposition
which Preaid'.-ot WLitehouafc had prom-iv.-1
to ''view favorably" an I which pro
fxtd the building, by the St. Louis and
Cairo and the Wabash companies, of an
embankment ouch as had been suggested
by the committee. Alderman llallidiy
simply amended Mr. Whitthouse's propo
sition by substituting the city for the Wa
bash company. President Wliitehou.se
offers no explanation of his strimgely in
cousistant action, but leaves the people of
Cairo to judge for themselves what his
motives were in making an offer which evi
dently he did not .intend to stand by at
all. Mr. RUteihoue informed Messers.
Whitehouse aud Hamilton, that if they
did not accept the sub committee's propo
sition, said committee would consider its
misbiou as mediator between, the city
council and tlie St. Louis and Cairo
railroad company at ao end. The com
pany is therefore .now loft to the tender
mercies of the couucil,and the latter remains
to be seen whether it will be sustained by
the courts above or whether it will be or
dered to permit the railroad company to
enter the city on tho new right of way
unconditionally and forthwith. The com
mittee has done everything that any reason
able person could have expectod. jjft has
sought earnestly to briug about an amica
ble understanding between tho council and
the company ; it met the company more
than half way and its advances were not
alwayB treated with duo respect. While it
I ma succeeded in obtaining concessions
from all the otluf parties with whom it
negotiated, the St'. Louis and Cairo com
pany has utterly refused to ho rcsonable.
The committee has done well; its failure
in this one instance is due to the noble
manner in which it refused to sacrifice the
city's interests, mid to tho stubborn stu
pidity of the company with which it had
to deal and which will, for a second time,
discover too lute tlint a "key" without a
"situation" is a very useless thing.
-"A Lover of Justice" occupies nearly a
column in last evening's paper with a bitter
and entirely uncalled for criticism of Tiik
Bulletin, charging it with all manner of
attempts to injure St. Mary's hospital. "A
Lover of Justice" does The Bulletin a
great injustice, and we will be charitable
enough to assume that he does so innocent
ly. The readers of Tint Bulletin, not tho
occasional, careless, prudjudiccd readers, of
tho "lover of justice" stripe, but the care
ful, constant, fair minded readers, know
that Tub Bulletin has always leen kind-j
ly disposed toward St. Mary's Infirmary,
has never said one word against it and has
always given its managers praise for tho
noble work they did. The Bulletin does
not feel called upon to defend itself further
against so baseless a charge, "A Lotur"
taken tho article in Tuesday's Bulletin,
urging tho removal of the marine surgeon's
office and tho murine hospital station from
thu post office and from St. Mary's hospital
as a basis and distorts it intoau attack upon
the lust iiumcd institution 'flits burthen of
the item referred to was simply that tho
public .health was endangered by reason of
having tho marine surgeou's oflico and the
ma:in ) hospital station located in the most
populous portion ot the city. St. Mary's
hospital was not at all ineludedin any
thing The Bulletin said against the ma
rinn hospital station; but the correspondent
has fallen into the error of confounding tho
two institutions, and he applies exclusive
Iy to tho former what. Tub Bulletin
said exclusively of the latter.
This little explanation renders the lengthy
tirade of "a.lover of Justice" entirely point
less. No ono with ordinary common seuso
will claim that the pot-oflice is as good a
place as any for the marine surgeon's of
nee wiiere men atllictod with all manner
of unclean and contageous diseases mingle
every day with hundreds of our citizens;
nor will any one claim that tho marine
hospital station, where these invalids
daily pass to or from, is most appropriately
situated in n circle of public and private
scIiooIh, and churches. It is mad-
neps to assert this ami "A Lov
er" certainly docs not mean to
do so. The only manner in which an at
tempt to remove the marine hospital could
affect the St. Mary's Infirmary would be to
diprio it of the little monthly income
from the government for. the care of ma
rine patients. But to use this as an
argument in favor of maintaing
the station in dangerous proximity to
the people and the peoples children to ie-
fend so flagrant, not to say criminal, a vio
lation of sanitary law and ordinary common
sense from purely mercenary motives is
contemtibic in the extreme, and we do Dot
believe that any one, least of all "A lover of
Justice," can be so devoid of the higher
instincts as to do this.
Mr. O. W. Barnard, a good Democrat,
aid General J. C. Smith, of the opposite
party, called on Tub Bulletin yesterday.
Both are clever gentlemen and always wel
Mr. E. C. Pace, banker of Ashley, 111,
is in the city on a visit to his daughter,
Mr9. Al. Lewis. Old Father Time seems
to have made a favorite of him (we skip the
pun that was in sight): ho looks no older
than lie did ten years ago when a merchant
iii t'afpiw ' ; ' : '
. I YESTERDAY'S. GREAT FIRE.
At about l :I50 yesterday morning fire
broke out"in the first story of the Vincent
building at the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee, and destroyed this and three
adjoining frame buildings, besides entirely
eviscerating a brick house and seriously
damaging the St. James hotel across the
street, causing j total loss of probably
twelve thousand dollars, about two-thirds
of wnich is covered by insurance.
The alarm was given shortly after the
fire broke out, and it was not long before
the tire department was on the ground.
The transfer steamei II. S. McComb, Hal
liday Bros' tugs aud several other water
craft ' joined the city fire department as
sn.-edily as possible in throwing great
streams of water upon the, by this time al
most entirely enveloped, building. But
though all worked nobly and efficiently,
tho flames gained the upper 4iand and re
tained it until the three frame buildings,
and the inside of the adjoining brick, were
destroyed. , ,
The corner building, belonging to Mr.
F. Vincent, and in which the fire broke out,
was occupied by eight families, up and
downstairs, who were all in moderate cir
cumstiinces, and who nearly all lost almost
everything they had in the world. In tho
fore part of the building Mr. II. Sargent
had his shoe shop, and in front Mr- Jacob
Klee had his ice and fish stand, both of
whom lost most of their stock and fixtures
and had no insurance. Mr. F. Vincent oc
cupied the basement and the central upper
portion of the building as a lime stre.
He had about twelve hundred dollars
worth of lime in the basement, all of which
was, of course, destroyed. His total loss
will reach throe thousand dollars. His in
surance was seven hundred and fifty dol
lars iu the American, of Philadelphia,
represented by Mr. II. H. Candee.
The frame house next to Mr. Vincent's
was occupied by Mr. Itaggio with a fruit
stand, whose stock, valued at two thou
sand dollars nnd not insured, was all
The third building was occupied by Mr.
Samuel Wilson, Jr., as a wholesale fruit
establishment. He had not a large stock on
hand and it was all saved, as was also his
safe and a portion of his fixtures. His
loss will fall short of fifty dollars. No in
surance. Iu the same building with Mr. Wilson
was the shoe shop of Mr. John Nlckles,
who had a large stock of goods, tools and
fixtures, all of which, together with his
household furniture, wero lost. His loss
will probably reach fifteen hundred dollars,
for half of which amount he has insurance
iu tlie Commercial company, of New York
The two story brick house of Mr. Leo.
Klebh was the next. It was occupied by
Mr. Klebb as saloon, hoarding house and
residence. He had burely time to arouse
his family and get-out of tho building be
fore its internal frame work was enveloped
in Umes,tiid everything it contained was
consumed by tho flames. His Iobs was
about, thirty-five hundred dollars. Ilia
bouse was insurrud for two thousand, and
furniture for eleven hundred dollars, in
companies represented by Messrs. Wells A
Of Every Description, from tlie mjjntost article up to a
Youth's or Gentleman's Complete Out lit. A largo Assort-,
ment of STKAW HATS AND STIFF MUMMED FEALT
HATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise we buy to supply our numerous Mores.
SECOND We have ample capital and are prepared to buy chkIi tU.wn.
THIRD We are at all times represented in eastern murki-u U u r..ti.i..n lmv
who is always on the lookout.
Now, it is by taking advantage of those opportunities that we do from time to time
name such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are selling Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, each xuit hours tho ticket with tot. fi ki no Miililli.u.v t v tn a., vt
genuine without ticket. A vt rv nice Cheviot
i fi J w ..vv. jx Very IIULr
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at 2.50, worth $ l'J.00. We do not sell lmhmIs for less than cost.
We want it distinctly understood that wo make a small profit on everything we sell for
that principle by which a merchant can sell tfoods for lew than contk and mill keep store
has never yet been discovered. Come and nee our g iods Vou will i,ot be imiH,rtuned
The St. James Hotel was badly scorched
and nearly all windows on the fire-ward
side were broken by heat and water. The
losses are amply covered by insurance.
The building next to Mr. Vincent's be
longed to Mr. M. A.Gilbert and the other
frame was tho property ot Judge Mulkey
and Sheriff Hodges. Neither of them
The fire raged from the hoar named un
til after daybreak and hundreds of people
pie were gathered around it for several
hours. What little the poor families in
the Viuccnt building saved was stored
along tho side walk on thu opposite side of
the street, where they remained all day yes
terday, while the owners hunted around
for other homes. The large safe of Mr.
Vincent remained in the flames, but its
contents are probably preserved.
THE NEW LIGHT OP ASIA.
'The Iliad of India" some call it, and
others liken it to Milton's "Paradise Lost."
Whatever terms may be used to describe it,
Edwin Arnold's remarkable poem, "The
Light of Asia," has certainly won a place
among the clarsics in literature, ami the
best edition of it will bo wanted in every
home library. Related to the religion ot
India It is not unlike .Milton's iimuortal
poem as related to the Christian religion.
The new edition just i.-sud by the Useful
Knowledge Publishing Company, New
York, is perlnps the most beautiful typo
graphically, which has ever appeared, and
is of course fur lower in price than any
other edition published, which will com
pare with it, being only 'JOets. for the util
ity binding, HO cts. for the cloth, and 10 ets.
for the half Russia, or for the extra cloth
gilt edges. This edition is especially vnlu-
able, and for that reason will displace every
other, and cause those who arc already sup
plied with other editions to put them aside
and take this, because of the sketches of the
lives of Edwin Arnold, the author, and of
Buddha, the subj'rt, and the numerous
illustrative notes, explaining the many
references to persons, places, customs, etc.,
which are necessarily enigmatical to aiy
one not deeply versl in tho hiotiry, religion,
and literature of India. Thesi valuable
additions are from the peu i f Mis. I. L. Hau-
ser, a most competent writer, who was for
many years a resident of India, and Is
known as the author of "Tho Orient and
its People." .Fnterprising booksellers will
supply this edition, and canvassurs and
club agents are wanted everywhere, to
whom very unusual terms and facilities are
offered by tho publishers,
Womhn are everywhere using and
recommending Parker's (finger Tonic, be
cause they have learned from cxperienco
that it speedily overcomes despondency,
indigestion pain or weakness in tho back
and kidneys, and other troubles peculiar to
the sex. Homo Journal. See adv.
Thu U. S. government are using largo
numbers of tho Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Helleck iv Co., agents, M. Louis,
Where machinery is used tho Drew Oil
Cup will save 50 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular, Borden, Selleck it Co., St.
Loui, Mo. (2)
Inki,amki eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eye Balsam. E. ferret,
Agt., a73 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (2)
Fkvkks and Interinittents of all kinds
arc speedily relieved and entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (5)
The vcrv best family midicino is
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleanse tho bowels, purify tho blood, and
jstablish healthy action in the liver. (,)
Hbadaciib is effectually cured by
Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleans tho bowels and purify the blood. (1)
Thu Howe scale took first premium lit
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Borden, Selleck & .Co., agents,
St. Louis. ("))
The best mid cheapest car starter is sold
by Borden, Selleck & Co., Ht. Louis, Mo.
With it one man can move a loaded car. (0)
The Howe scales havu ull the latest im
provements. It is rue economy to buy
tho best. Borden, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis, Mo. (Jl)
Dvhi'KI'hu, diarrhea, and dysentery can
bo cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to the
entire system. (3)
In ".umber column will bo found the
priiio list of Mulburt Brothers, tit. Louis
dealers In music and musical instruments
o'. all kinds, and any person in need ol goods
In that lino cannot do bettor than correspond
with that old and popular firm.
a oo Dq
t uit for t'JJM. uonh i i on k t.
J . I rUKGlCI l & B HO,
AtPalaeo Clothing House,
108 Commercial .Avemio.
10 LECTION KKSUL.T. .
E5 1 1'-LKT douX
V.' cleUed hj mjorltT of ton thmimud vole
- -to te the flnf t 5c. flgur lo tlie market.
ONE NIOHT ONLY.
F J ill') AY.MAY 1 2.
31 0 It T 0 N ' S
0 It' I 0 I N A L
BIG tk BIG
THE GREATEST. ME
'BEST. THE MOST
J. . SIIKPPARD, .
If Hfif-rved Sent now on ,. t Pn IUrtmto'
1'irqni't and l'iq'H;l Circle ..TJc.
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No err chsrcu for rutcrvvd suati.
BY THE LADIES OP THE EPISCOPAL
Thursday Kvonintr, '
May 1 1 Hi, 188
AT IIAUT.MAN X HAM..
("I'll A WIII.KItlliK, ICK C'HKAM, (AKK, FKUIT
1 -Sonato rtlii't!iiii Uwlliuvtn
i "I"'f' tl Extract ol (.i-ra.... F. Root
I'rlMccca MUii Mitmlu lurll hoiirano
1'riiice Mr. Paramia Tenor
Kalry Minn I'ltcl.i-r Alto
ThuKlvul .....Mr. Cruwi'll. bans
I - liiwriiinriitul duet, friim Taiiiitiaumr.. Wagner
- M Klla mill Clr Kolililnt.
4.-Mut Pol" Otrclu and Knncy Onticu
lly I'mfeaaur Mmon'a piipl;i.
AtlMirrANI'IS & ( EMU.
WholoHnlo and Kotail
SEVENTH 8TB KT, CAIKO, 1LL8.
Would fay to tho poople of all tielrlitx.rlng
Country Town- Unit clei will WllOLKHALH
(iOOOS AS Oil GAP uk lliciy can bu buiiiftit iu any
city, and it will ho to t.bo IniuniHt of all whim In
town to rail and examine her flnrlt, all of which
iHthoVKIIY I.ATKMP HI YI.KN for Urn anmincr
tm'le. Alvot full llnu of NOTIONS AMI) IsOV
lil.HKH. )ixon-. springs
HOARD : 5.00 PER WEEK, $3.00
SPECIAL JMTKfl n.
rotrorries, allkn aimiinu, roes eo. ill. ,
DIXON HI'ltlNllHnH'tlttiHUMnn a utitir of tho
(Krk Mountain. Um nillua from (loicotitla and
fourteen mllei from Vienna, In a buantlful valley
iirrollilodhy hlllh cllira. ....
Thu (-.-nury la unauriianaod and tho water Is
ftrontl with mineral proportion. No. t la utroujl
w.lh Iron, No. U with uiittfiieaia, aiilpluir nnd Iron- a
froo iiko of thu watur hna urovud hu uiifnllliiR reme
dy lor Dyap pulH, Jiuindlcw, Mvor Complaint,
Kiilnny alftiolliina and l.'hronio Olarrhoaa. At a ,
uiniuiir renurt Dixon Hprluu I dimurvudly popu
Inr.bulnii outot, onliulud and cool, froo from duct
nnd moHiiiHova. Hcaaon from II rut of J unci to flint
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