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M. DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1884.
PROVED A BOOMERANG,
Crust of Broad Thrown at
Young Man While Talking
to a Lady
to a Bitter Quarrel Between
John A. Shook and the
And Results in the Fatal Stabbing
St. I.ons, Mo., March 12. About two
Weeks ago there was an exciting scene hi
the diiiiiitf-rooin of .Mrs. Kennedy's hoard
ing house, Xo. 1112 Locust reet. John
O. Shook, a clerk in Merrill's drug store,
while talking to a lady at the table was
hit with a piece of crust. There was con
siderable commotion. Shook's com
panion alleged that it was the act
of Michael Sullivan, a clerk In the
I'aeiile Railway olllcc, and a very bitter
feeling was engendered between the
two men. The feud culminated In a ter
riblc cutting scrape about eight o'clock
this morning. Shook, while on his way
to breakfast from his room, encountered
Sullivan on the sidewalk, directly in front
of Mrs. Kennedy's. Sullivan accosted
the drug clerk concerning their disagree
ment. One word led to another and the
climax was reached when Shook
I'l.r.N'til.I) A K.N IKE
Into Sullivan's side just below the region
of the heart. The wounded man ran into
the saloon on the southeast corner of
Eleventh and Locust streets and fell
prostrate. Olliccrs Iloaglaud of the
Third District, and M. tJannon of the
Central, reached the scene within live
minutes after the tragedy. Sullivan was
taken to the City Dispensary without loss
of time, where his wounds were dressed
by Dr. Epstein. The knife had been in
serted between the seventh and eighth
ribs, penetrating the stomach, and a
portion of the omentum was protruding
through the opening. He requested that
be sent for, and Fr. F. II. Boudivaiix, of
the College, went to the Dispensary and
accompanied him to the City Hospital.
What Shook did with the weapon he
used was not learned for some time, lie
walked leisurely to his place of business
and went to work as unconcernedly as"1f
nothing had happened. There was no
blood on his clothing or anything to in
dicate that he had llgured as the principal
to a tragedy. About ten minutes after the
cutting Shook was taken into custody by
OHleers Hoagland and Gannon while he
was at work behind a prescription case.
The prisoner is a very handsome young
man. His features arc dark and regular,
and his upper Jip is covered by a very
black mustache of moderate growth.
He is unmarried and is twenty-two
years of age. Shook was thoroughly
self-possessed while being searched in
the police olllce at the Four Courts,
where he had been taken. He was at
tired in a neat suit of dark cloth and
a light overcoat, while a soft felt hut of
a light brown shade was thrown back
jauntily on his well-shaped head.
The prisoner gave his version of the
tragedy to Captain Fruchte without a
tremor. The substance of it Is as follows:
"About two weeks ago the trouble iirt
began at the supper "table. Some one
struck me ivith a piece of bread on the
head. A lady with whom I was convers
ing said Michael Sullivan did it. There
were two Sullivans. Michael denied
throwing the bread. lie asked me if I
was satistied. I replied that I jvas if he
had not thrown the bread. Mr. Sulli
van's brother then told him to slap my
head off or to slap out one of my lungs.
Mike tlu n asked me if I would go out and
light him, I said yes. We started out at
the hall door. As we were going out I
had my overcoat over one arm and mv
cap and scarf in the other hand. The
place being dark Mike Sullivan hit me a
blow under the ear knocking tne sense
less Into the arms of Mr. Sommer who was
coining into the lull. We then went back
into the house where Sullivan attempted
to choke me, but we were separated. Then
both of the Sullivans wanted me to
fight. I declined to do so on account of
the injuries received by the blow dealt me
in the hall. When we separated one of the
Sullivans remarked that 1 would have to
light both and that when we met again
there would be pistols. This morning 1
was going to breakfast and met Mike Sul
livan in front of the door at Mrs. Ken
nedy's, Sullivan said: lI understand
that you are not satistied I replied tli.it
I uad not made nny threats. Sullivan
then said again: 'I heard that you were
not satiafled,' and placing himself in an
offensive attitude thrust his hand into his
right hand pocket and that ended it."
The Creek Signal for War Soon in the
FottT Smith, Auk., March 12. A re
port from the Creek Nation says things
are quiet at present. Chief Ferryman
has ordered the new Council to investi
gate matters and report on the decision
of the Secretary of the Interior. The
Spieche and Chicote parties have united
ngaiiist Ferryman. Efforts are being
made to have the Couneil iuin-m.h him
and declare in favor of Coweto, the see
md chief, elected on the Ferryman
f'Salfor war, have been found
uii jam ,t WMy spic-chc full bloods.
New York, Mureh la.-o. V. 0dcn.
successor to II. Arnold, Ink man..:
acturers, has cuiumem;,a
Anns all over the emintrv ..ie.....
' ""ig u spuri
ous article said to be made ,v.i a i ,
of Philadelphia, and claimed to 1. ,
nold 8 ink. The damages claimed vary In
amount. Some of theaecused tinns,m.
already effected settlements. The pros
i.ivib oic maw me irmi oi me cases w
show Interesting statistics conceruiicthi.
sale of spurious and counterfeit goods.
Baltimore, Mi., March 12. The Bal
timore Conference of the M. E. Church
South assembled In annual session this
morning at Calvary Church.
Bishop Wilson, who Is to preside, called
the delegates to order and opened the,
session by prayer, One hundred and
eighty clerical and thirty lay delegates
answered the roll-call.
liev. John S. Martin was re-elected
Secretary, this being Ids thirty-fifth term.
Rev. J. P. Morton introduced Rev. Dr.
Young, who addressed the conference. A
resolution was passed making the special
order for to-morrow morning a sermon
by Kev. John S. Martin, commemora
tive of the one hundredth anniversary of
Pout Jf.rvis, N. Y., March 12. A col
lision occurred early this morning at Suf
ferns, on the Erie Railroad. .Conductor
Jordan's extra train was telescoped
by a following train, another extra In
charge of Conductor Coyne. The engine
of the latter train and the caboose and
eight cars of Jordau's were wrecked.
One of the cars was filled with fresh
meat consigned to Newark; the othei
seven were tilled with oil. These were
llred by coals from theengine and burned,
and the rails were warped and twisted
out of shape. The telegraph wires were
For Receiving Illegal Fees.
Cincinnati, 0., March 12. United
States Marshal Wright arrested ex-Con
gressman J. F. McKiuney and IT. II
Smiley, both prominent lawyers of Piqua,
0., and quietly brought them to this city
They are charged with receiving illegal
fees for the prosecution of pension
claims. They were brought this morning
before Judge .Sage, who released them on
bail of 1,000 each to appear at the April
term of the Lulled States Court.
MKMrms, Ten.n., March 12. The John
A. Scudder passed down early this morn,
ing for New Orleans, with 700 tons of
freight. The city of Vicksburg passed
down this morning for Vicksburg. She
put off here 3,007 packages and added
(lfteen tons. The City of Raton Rouge
passed up this morning for St. Louis
with 100 tons. She cleaned out here.
The river stands thirty-three feet on the
guage, a fall of six Inches during the last
Politics In Pike County.
Lousiaxa, Mo., March 12. The new
Democratic Central Committee of Pike
County has adopted the primary sys
tem for State, County and Congressional
nominations. This is looked upon as a
victory for Marmadiike, though if Con
gressman Iiuckner should euter the race
Pike County would support him as its
Fatal Grief at Leavin Chicago.
New Yohk, March 12. Oswald Pietsch,
aged thirty-four, who recently arrived
from Chicago on his way to Germany,
committed suicide this morning by shoot
ing himself in the head.
Anton Huber, aged twenty-four, suicid
ed this morning by hanging himself in a
S r. Petersburg, March 12. The Coun
cil of the Empire approve by a large ma
jority the proposed concessions to the
Russo-Amcrican Company which contem
plates the erection of grain elevators
throughout this country, but Michel Kat
hoff, editor of the Official Journal of Mos
cow, strongly opposes the measure on
patriotic grounds. Therefore, it is doubt
ful whether the Czar sanctions the scheme.
The Bear Grins.
Beiji.i.n, March 12. The attitude of
England as regards Merv is generally con
demned in diplomatic circles. Surprise is
manifested at Gladstone abandoning the
ground won by Beaconsfield. At the
Russian legation there is much enthus
iasm over the appointment of Captain
Abkauoff as Governor of Merv. In an in
terview with an attache of that Legation
in regard to the annexation of Merv, ho
said: "The event improves our strategi
cal position in Central Asia, and is also
of the highest importance from a
political point of view. Should
anotUr diiliculty with England
occur like the one in l7i, we
shall be able to show our teeth. Had we
been as near Herat then as now, Beacons
Held would have been obliged to moderate
his policy, and we should have been spared
the defeat of Berlin. The Eastern ques
tion will be decided in Central Asia.
Herat is the key of the Rosphorus as well
as of India. Nor is this the only udvan
t.ige to us of the annexation of Merv.
mr rule in the Caucasus which has only
been made secure by the submission of
the Turkomans, will restore peace to our
territories beyond the Caspian Sea.
Vienna, March 12. Socialist prints
have been circulated among the coal dis
tricts of Bohemia. Suspicious letters
and parcels arriving by post from Amer
ica, England and Switzerland aresubject-
cu 10 carenu examination by the author!
London, March 12. Much anxiety is
felt here in regard to the situation at
Khartoum. A Timci' Alexandria special
says: "It is proverbial that three courses
are possible; to leave General (iordou to
his fate, to dispatch English troops to
Khartoum, or to import Indian troops
lhe policy of doing nothing has not
hitherto achieved signal success."
Deih.in, March 12. The Irish Justices
in opening the Assizes, agree that there
has been a gratifying diminution of crime.
LisiioN, March 12. A duel with swords
was fought here this morning between
iscouut Roberdo and Major Serpa
Pento. The former received five wounds
a newspaper seized.
Minin, March 12. The rroyrcaso was
seized for saying that Canovas del Cas
tillo, leader of the Conservative party, is
trying to Influence the army to support
the reactionary policy. The opposition
editors will hold a meeting to protest
against the Government s action.
makoihno OS THE koe.
m-akim, March 12. The British
troops under General Graham left
iCerel.a at noon and arc advancing
soim squares to meet the rebel forces
meier ummii I'lgiitt.. Messenirers lust
arrived report iwe thousand rebels
sighted twelve miles out, and a battlo
viljecieu mis aivemoon.
GENERAL LOCAL TTEMS.
New nobby stiff hats at Chicago Cloth
The rivers continue ta rise, at all points
above on the Ohio Dd branche.
New spring styles in stiff hats at Chi
cago Clothing House. 6
Circuit Clerk Ulen, of Pulaski Courrtv,
and his wife, were in the city yesterday.
Hon. Thomas Mitchell, of Blooming
ton, was at the Halliday again yesterday.
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee.
Counterfeit coin, especially dollars and
quarters, is reported as being iu circulation
in increasing quantities.
Altogether "Monte Cristo" is one of
the strongest plays at present occupying
the dramatic world to day.
Pure white Leghorn eggs, 1 a for one
Fok Sale. Canary birds. Fine sing
ers, just received from the E is', at 0. G.
Wichert's billiard parlors.
The great French writer who gave the
story, "Monte Cristo" to the public, utilized
117 chapters in ujfolding his tale.
We are still ready to sell our entire
stock of clothing. G ddstine & Roseuwater
The Comique baud is "on deck" again
every night, which ii cheering .to frequen
ters of the boulevard of an evening.
Any one wanting a first-class Sewing
Machine cheap, for cash,'can be put in the
way of getting one at half price, by calling
at the Bullet is office.
Novelties of all kinds of bats at Chi
cago Clothing House. 6
The two negrosses cut by Singleton
the other day are both getting along well.
The report that one of them had died is
not true and not likely to become so.
Since the celebrated actor Charles
Fechter, presented "Monte Cristo" at the
Globe Theatre Bston in 1870, it lias held
the boards as no other play ever did.
Jim Orange and bad whisky, a combi
nation that is always ( ffeiise to the public,
were abroad in the city again yesterday.
Jim's public sprees have been rather two fre
quent of late.
Col. Kearden has rot yet decided upon
what line of business he wid embark in
here. He has some property matiers to
depose of and will give these his attention
Just received lhe late spring styles in
stiff hats at the Chicago Clothing House. C
The largest and best assortment of new
spring styles in hats at Uiicagn loii.mg
The stopping of operations La. thf Illi-
nois central quarries at .uisiaua, one
hundred men were thrown out of employ
ment last week, and many of them have
applied to the farmers in the vicinity lor
From an account of the wedding ot
Frank S. Pettit, in the Herald-News of
Denison, Texas, it appears that chief among
the list of presents to the bride was a
liamond set from the groom, a check for
$100 from her father and a bed room set.
-A party of railroad buiiding contractors
came up from Natchez Tuesday, bringing
with them their entire outfit of mules, scrap
ers, etc. Among them were Messrs. Creech.
and Mantel, of Blandville, Ky., who had
been at work on the embankment of a new
branch of the Illinois Central road, in Mis
sissippi, lliey naa a prntawe jot), clear
ing together some twenty thousand dollars
-From a sanitary standpoint it is desir
able that the negroes in the barracks and
correll should not throng our streets and
enme in contact with other people indis
criminately. It is therefore with no small
degree of apprehension, that sensitive peo
ple look forward t the promised resump
tion of the illegitimate business at the Gov
ernment-pay headquarters to-morrow,
which will again cause our streets to swirm
with a pestilential mob. There should be
no more rations issued t Cairo negroea nor
Cairo whites. It is to be hoped that those
who have the Government rations in charge
will duly appreciate the importance of this
The front of the Mobile hnd Ohio rail
road office building, on Ohio It-Tee; is be
ing repainted. Internally the building is
finished. The first floor offices present a
very fine appearance. An ornamental iron
screen has been put up so as to scperate
strangces who may enter the office from
he clerk's desks. The screen Ins a series
of openings, the first at the Mobile & Ohio
rate clerk's desk, the next at that of the
Iron Mountain rate clerk; next that of the
manifest clerk and tlio fourth for the oper
ator, while the agent, Mr. Birchet, has a
neat little den iu the northwest corner of
the room. It is pronounced by railroad
men who have traveled considerably, to be
the finest local railroad office building in
Q The Murphysboro Independent gives
f the following encouraging compliments
"Cairo is rip-rapping part of the Mississippi
leveo, over 1000 yards of. rock having been
used already. The remainder ol the levee,
like that of tho now city levee, will be
lowed in Bermuda grass. Cairo lias triumph
ed over the floods this season, and, with
her levees secured in the manner they pro
pos to secure them, they will prove invin
ciuie. uurron lor uairo." And again:
'Cairo has petitioned Congress to take
judicial knowledgo of her strong points in
favor of a largo railroad and river traffic,
and asks that tho Government take some
action towards promoting the interests of
commerce at that point. Cairo is certainly
situated at a point where the expenditure
of some of the surplus would do a great
deal of good to the country at larcje and to
her particularly. There is no one, however,
who would object to Cairo's prosperity,
especially when it will provo an advantage
to the entire country."
The Republican counnty convention,
which, according to tho decision of the
central committee is to meet on the 5th of
April next, will be composed of sixty
six delegates, one for every twenty-five
votes and one for every fraction of twelve
ur over cast for Garfield in each precinct
in tho county in 1880. Tho representation
he nrecincts will therefore bo as f 1
l-.w: First Cairo, 141 votes, C de!egiu;
Second Cairo, 1S9 8; Third Cairo, 204
11; Fourth Cairo; 190-8; Fifth Cairo, 197
8; Beech Ridge, 84-3; Unity, 72-3;
Suidu?ky,2Q 1; Elco,95-4; Clear Creek,
43-2; East Cape Girardeau, 70 3; Theb- s,
70 3; Santa Fe, 13 1; Gose Island, 07
-3; Luke Milligan, 30-2. These will be
selected iu the primaries to be held in the
several pecincts on the 29 ;h instant.
A day or two ago Rev. Seamt an 1 Mr.
Walt. McKee went to Bird's Point in search
uf people there who were in need of cl. th
ing, etc , sufferers from the flood. They
found several, among them a widjw w ith
six children, whose home had been wrecked,
who were half naked and half staved,
living on roasted corn. Returning to Cuiro
they put up a lot of 6ome clothing left lu re
by steamer Throop some days before, being
careful to select such clothes as would lit
the several members of the family. A
(1 mr barrel was packed full and sent over
to B'.rJs Point, a ldressed to the widow;
but when the barrel arrive ! there it was
taken possession of by one Jim Fi-gy,
who knocked the head in and dis'ribu'e l
the contents indiscriminately among thos-?
who crowded around, and the widow .1
her family got only one sheet and one
pilow slips. The gentlemen who took the
trouble to look up tho needy at B?rd'
Point u'tturally feel very indignant at this
outrageous misapptopriatiorf of the things.
The most important part of the coun
cil proceedings Net Thursday night, wis
the adoption of the report of the street
c unmittce, which was as follows : "That
inasmuch as Cougress has in late session
already made independent appropriations
for the protection of harbors of ftr less im
portance than Cairo, viz: of Alton, Cipe
Girrardeau, Vick.burg and gthers, and bills
have been introduced into the present
Congress for appropriitions for the coutin
uatce of the same works cf protection, it
seems highly probubly that upon a proper
representation of the great importance ( f
Cairo as a commercial point, a similar ap
propriation could be obtained for the protec
tion of our city, therefore your committee
recommend that an effrirt be made to get
fucIi an appropriation, and also recommend
the adoption of the following resolution,
viz: "Resolved, That the Myor be aud he is
hereby authorized to employ such person as
he can arrange with, to visit Washington
and endeavor to procure an appropriation
by Congress for the protection of Cairo
from the erosion of the banks of the Missis
sippi river, and also to arrange for the pay
ment of such reasonable compensation for
the service as he m ty deem expedient."
A large portion of the rations left here
several days ago by the steamer Carrie
Caldwell, for flood sufferers at East Cairo,
Wickbffj, Reelfoot, Norfolk, Bird's Point
and Dog Tooth Bend, were yesterday dis
tributed to Cairo negnes. Thestreets of the
city Bwarmed with negroes to whom a day's
indus'ry is a punishment more dreadful
than a month in the penitentiary. All car
ried sacks or baskets and gathered around
the store of Mr. Robert Miller where the
rations had been stored. Probably not less
than five hundred were furnished with sack
fulls or basket fulls of meal, bacon, pota
toes, etc. The rush back and forth wds
kept up until - about 4 o'clock in the even
iog when the commissary was pranouncwd
closed until to-morrow. There was no
sign of suffering in most cases and no pre
tense to it in many ; the beggars consisted of
that very large class ot negroes who are
always on the lookout for something that
will cost only the eff.irt of reaching out for
it; and some of their own race, more provi
dent and independect Mian the common
horde, stood at the street corners watching
them and denouncing the practice of issuing
rations. It was an outrageous business, a
political electioneering dodge, a misappro
priation of Government property it was
rewarding laziness and shil'tlcssnees among
negroes here, at the expense of worthy,
suffering humanity- elsewhere, for whom the
provisions were intended. Why not have
picked tho things up in lots and sent them
by boat or rail to responsible parties at the
points for which they were intended? As
long as tho good-for-nothing negroes here
are suro of being fed by the Government
whenever (hero 1ms been a little spell of
high water, they will not be cured f their
worso than shiftless mode of life.
Sond Mx Cents For Postage
For tho magnificently illustrated catalogno
of the MEUMOD& JACCARD JEWEL
Fourth nnd Locust Sts., St. Louis, Mo.
It presents very plainly their beautiful
You will bo surprised to learn at what
low pluckb they sell them.
When is St. Louis call on them. (1)
. W.VI. M. DAVIDSON.
I IKA.U0K IN
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Tin, Copper nnd Auato Ironware.
Roofing, Guttering and nil kinds of woik in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 27, 31 & 33, c,..
TJOI.R I'lIOX 10 NO. CO,
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Gins, Window Shades Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A .srWlvLTY OK
Mouldings, Picture Frames, AIIt0 ILL-
Telephone Xo 103
Engravings aud Wall Papers.
VIEWS OF THE INSURANCE COM
MISSIONER OF MASSACHU
SETTS. (FromtUe Chicago Timet.)
"A man wants to feel the sune (security
and absence of anxiety io reference to his
policy that he would have in a Government
bond. If a man pnys his premiums fuithlul
Ij while he is living, he wants the insurance
piid faithfully when he is dead. The
fluctuations of fortune and the general un
certainties of life cause enough policies to
lapse during the life-time of the insured;
but if a man preserves and pays his prem
iums until liia dctth occurs, it is unjust aud
wronj; that there should be any possible
dispute thereafter; and the knowledge of
such a possibility has kept thousands from
injuring at all.
The indisputable policy of the Eijuitiible
covers all objections of this sort, and the
soc iety merits the vast patronage it is re
ceiving from the public, and we hope that
its unprecedented success in doing a very
much larger business than any of its com
petitors, and in writing nearly one-fiftfi of
11 the new insurance secured by all life
cunp'inies now doing business ie the United
State, will toon force the other companies
to adopt the Equitable' form of pulicy,
which becomes absolutely indisputable,
after giving a reasonable time for the dis
covery of attempted fraud and willful mis
representation." 1 PROFITABLE BUSINESS.
In December last I constructed two very
crude hatchers, designed from some good
points of several others I had seen. I di
ed them with eggs and they worked fairly
well. I kept thera C'D2 fr'Jin Decem
ber 4th, to January 1st, dealing in that
time $G50, over and above everything and
that, ton, in spite of the high price of feed,
and the fact that I sold my chidkent at low
market prices. The highest I got for them
was 0, and the lowest 13 73. During that
time I attended to my regular business,
without let or hindrance. Believing this
to be a good return for this amouut of
work, I began to look around for a more
perfect hatcher, and ray attention was di
rected the C. S.JIucubator. In June I pro
cured instructions from J. M. Bain, New
Concord, Ohio. He is secretary of the N.
A. Poultry Association, nnd he will send
directions for making this hatcher to any
one sending him thre, two cent stamps, t
prepay postage. I made one that held 250
eggs, aud my success with it was all I could
wish for. I then had four more made Bnd
I have just taken out ot these five hatchers
lfluO fine chickens, out of a little less than
1200 eggs. I believe I am placing it mod
estly when I say that I expect to clear $2,
500 by July next, besides attend to my reg
ular business. There is no business as
profitable as this, and there is no business
that requires so small an amount of capital
to Bttrt on. There is no ntccessily of men
trying to hide this business any more than
that of raising wheat and cattle "The
field is the world," and the world, like Ol
iver Twist, is crying out for more. Poul
try is getting higher every year. Their
are thousands of young men in this coun
try who are te tchera, clerks in stares, and
various other avocation who look forward
to the time when they can get a start in
some lucky business. The way is now
open to them all if they only would. Do
not wait until springcomes, but get your
directions and make your hatchers now.
Try them once or twice so as to become fa
ii) i 1 i ir with thera and then you will be
ready lor spring trade.
Beat ills' Hi Record.
Mr. Jus. C. Deyo, ot Jackson, Mich., had
a valuable trotting horse lamed in the shoul
der snd loins. A'ter a few applications of
St. Jacobs Oil, tho wonderful pain-cure, he
says, hn trotted hm in n race, which he
Won in llir.M! straight heats in 2.2rt, 2.28
aud 2 24;)4, bi ot'mg all his foiiner record.
A ppc'cinl commuidc itioii of Cairo Lodge
No. 237, A. P. and A. M., will be held this
(Thursduy; evening at 7 o'clock. Visiting
brethuren cordially invited. By order of
W. A. Sloo, Sccrctajy.
CL AEK & LOT Iff T,
II01H.3 for Rent.
Two house forrent; one on Cross Street,
Him otner on Sixth. Apply to Col. G. W.
Last Warning License Notice.
All persons doing business for which li
cense is required will sive costs by taking
out license immediately. 0
L. II. MvKita, City Marshal.
Chei'Sft an! Butter.
OCAUANrKKD I'L'hK STOCK.
Choice Dairy Butter.
Choice Creamery Butter.
Choice Factory Cheese.
hoice Cream Cluesc.
G. M. Aui:n.
220 lm No. 21 Sih St.
Call On "
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C. W. Henderson,
W. B. Pettis,
E. B. Pettit,
W. L. Bris'ol,
G. F. Ort &. Co.,
Stratton & Bird,
for Chess Cirley Company's famous
"Fire Proof Oil."
L'gal Blanks Kept For Sale
at The Blu.f.tis oifice.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortg ige,
Executions, Summons, YVnire,
Garnishee Blanks, Ac.
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Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, an8 positively
cures Piles. It is guarantee! to t'ive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Barclay Bros'
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New. Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
atrial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
A Fair OtTer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich ,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and yoang, Hllliet
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
Why suffer with Malaria? Emory's Stmid
ard Cure Pills are infalliable, never fail to
'cure the most obstinate cases; purely vege
table. 25 cenls. (2)
CDo It at Once. For ten rents get a
package of Diamond Dyes at the drug
gist's. They color anything the fin-st
andmost desirable colois. Wells, Kiih
ardson & Co., Burlington, Vt. Sample
card 32 colors, and book of directions for
The Hop Plaster will cure Btck Ache,
and all other pains instantly. 25 cts. only,
at druggists. 2
When You Feel Blue,
and your back aches, and your head feds
heavy, and you wako unrefrehed in the
mnrniug and your bowels nro sluggish or
costive, you need Kidney-wort. It is na
ture's great remedy and never fails to re
lieve all cases of Diseased Kidneys, Torpid
Liver, Constipation, M ilariu, Piles, Rheu
matism, &c. It operates simultaneously on
the Kidney,Liver and Bowels, strengthen
ing them and restoring healthy action.
Put up in both dry and liquid form. Sold
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot bo said of tin ever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty In their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, nnd tho sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach nnd bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, nnd malarial poison exterminated, sho
must know that Electric Bitters are the only
sure remedy. They are the Inst and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fitly
cents. Sold by Baiclay Bros. (4)
Fon Sale A walnut oval front show
case, $7, at Tub Bulletin olllcc.