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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUXi)AV MOKMMi. XOVKMHKIt 17, 1S7S.
VoroTerSOvtara SELLER S I.IVKI! I'U.I.S have
4eutbc HdUiUril n un lit f.ir Liwr Complain.
Csietivcoeta. Sick Headache. I'aln to Shoulder or
Bark. Oltihu-.f. Coated Toncue. Jeter lid Afue,
od til dlae arlslnij from t drranp-d t'Mt of tbc
Llrrr or htomai h. Tluimit Adami. f Biff Sandj.
s Ky., ): Keller'a I'llla nave timl huudreda of
ootlars In diK tnm bu t la th country K. fc
ftWn A I n., I'lnprii-tora. rut-bur, l' lUniay
nnw., Agent. I airo.
rpilE GREAT BLOOD TONIC
For the cum if ill dlwasca arWnf from Impure
IiIuikI. mid for lutlforatiuu aud urensthiulni: the
tiulorpi.ru. Arc you weak, ncrvon. dfbiliijUf d.
pale and cinaetatcu: Have you lol your appetite
Hate vou naum-a. uain In the hack. lc: If o. Dr.
ljdey' Hlood Scan her will drive out the dieae
a Drinft 'men the Uloom or llealtn. nnipie,
Boila. Kryiiipclaa. Tetter. Salt Rheum, Ac. are hut
urine indiciiliona of Blood D!fff : and Dr. Lind
ry Illooil hearcher. by purifying the jleui oft
nie Ihe f kill and heauli'fica the complexion. Sold
tr nil lruu,'lr. fl.ui perbottle. )! K. seller.
Cttiprietor, I'iltabtirj, Kart'ay Bro., Ageuta
ELLEH'S COUGH SYRUP.
Over l.flOO.OOO bottle! sold. It l the mot pleasant
cil popular remedy fur Couch. C 'old, Croup,
lioarMicaH and all throat and luiu' di-easea. Hun
eeea in uc for half a reuturv. l)octo.- recommend
uol pn-acrilie it. J. t. J oilman. Lii r. O.. fill.
av: "It auvcrt m to children from the crate.
A L. Kimmoua, of Baltimore. Hd.. alo ay: -It
111 cur the oM roiijh immediately." Ask your
aituirclM or general aforckcriier for it and take no
inner, rricea. h. so., auo ii.mi per noiue. Menu
or circular. K. K. Seller & t o.. Proprtetora,
I'lltehurg. l'a. Uarcluy llro.. Agent. Cairo.
it. smith, m. d.
Office and Residence :
TiO. 91 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL'
JjH. E. W. WHITL0CK,
OmrE .No. 136 Commercial Ateuue, between
Eiettii and Ninth Mrtcu
jyt W. C. JOCELYX,
rKIC' Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
; P. WHEELER,
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth at.
J IXEGAR & LANSDEX,
txFFRE-No. 113 Commercial Avecne.
t. ImU, Cairo and Patliu-ah Packet
tiPLKMlIU SIlKWHFKL FRKIOHT AND PAS
Si DESMET, Si
JOHN BRl'NER. Maat.r.
J1N LKAMKN clerk.
lnvra Cairo every WcdtciidaT at 2 p.m. fur Padu-
leaves Calrj every Thuriay at 2 p.m. for St.
Vur lreli;ht r paa rage apply on Hallid.v 4 Phillipi.'
wluirf boat, or lo JAMES bloOri, Ageul.
ri. hio levee.
For Columbus, Hickman and Xew Madrid
JOSEPH AMBHOS Master.
LEAVES CAIRO EVERY
T I' KS I) A Y,TH I'USD A Y and SATURDAY
K.v IVi'iylit or parage a;ip!yon Hullidtv Phil
l pk' Uarftioal. or to
JAMES BIOOS, Asfox.
(lll.o I eve.-.
THE DAILY BULLETIN:
OFFICIAL PAPKItOFTHK CITY A!1) COI XTY.
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fer't Si.-iml Corpn. I.'. S. A.
No-inn i) whok it hav lovrriiN. The Cairo
I'.allei;,! Co,, will pny no ),iH contrai-ted t,y any of
lit- .-hijpIov. . or miy one omiert.-d with Tiik llui.
j.f.ns. mi',. . tin- .mm' i. nisde on a writeii order
.;'iiei! in;, -e'.r. iiiidthe orOer mtip't he ntU' In d Id
Tke lilil Hle ll pres-nteil.
.toll II. OlIKIll T.
MATTERS OF LO('AL IMPORT.
M:;rl'.:i Ait-r N siiil to Ik: very hick
Rn iiiliin-nt i nlciuisy.
JJiipr j-t Sml:iy school In Tunier's
L:il! t'l-ilny lit !l ::)') a. in.
- Ami ni;'iin tin mwic story. Not it case
in theji.ilii coiiits sinco our last isMie.
.Iof Shei'liun is cnip.d j tlm pn iia
Tution of t'.ic collcclor's I tool; for ItCS.
St-vf)it;' n tliut uunilxtr unliiutcw tho
lays our county jail 1ms remained empty.
Mr. denize is unnotmceil to deliver a
I.h lure tliis evening upon the philanthro
pist. John Howard.
Mr. John Q. lLumnn, Appellate clerk
elect, will not remiivii his family to Mt.
Vernon until next Spiiiij;.
Mr. OLcrfy and family, iieecnmpanied
' Mr. Lew C. Seluu kni's, returned to the
city hy the iifti riioon train yesterday.
Mrs. ("has. M. Howo returned to her
Jimne, in this city, yesterday MfteriKxin, luiv
3 nient the suninier in tlui utatu of Wis-
A lecture and cosmorainicul exliiliiiion
liyjudf? ( hisliolm in tho Bui'orm eluh
r(oin loriu on" of t'm attraction fur Mon-
ly cv niii','.
The last meeting of the present lxmrd
ifc:mnty coin missioiierH, and tho firet mect
Jn of the new hoard (which Is imply the
add board, Haininons excluded and Briley
4idded,) will lie held oil tlui Ut Moixluy in
Dtvciulicr. On that 1y the county's flucnl
yeir terminates, and settlement will he
made with the several county tifllcci-s.
Don't foryct the Baptist Sunday s luml
to-morr.nv morning at o'clock. Every
There will U services at the Chuii h of
the RtHlcomer to-day, at the usu il lioiirs,
momiui; and cveuiug.
A friend of Thk Bcm.ktix. who never
writes "as funny as he can," places ut our
disposal, the following:
Miss Jessie Phillis returned hoinn hy
ycstcnlay's train from St. Louis, where she
has 1mi visiting her sister, Mrs. Sain
If, as we wore assured yesterday, there
is a pamlilin hell in Cairo, where strangers
are fleeced nightly, where is itlocated? Our
inquiry in that regard, proved fruitless.
The steamer Charley McDonald, ob
taining htr flats at Cairo, has cngajred in
the rock-towing business between Rose
Clare and tho Jetties.
Harry Walker receives fresh Baltimore
oysters daily, sells at the niaikctjprice and
deliver? them free of charge in any part of
the city. Orders left with him will receive
A it is scarcely probable that the price
of coal will remain at the low figure of
$2.2j delivered, it may le a money-saving
operation with our citizens to lay in a win
ter supply without further delay.
We are told that the fish that swim tho
classic Cache, sternly, peremptorily and
persistently refuse to bite anywhere, except
at a point near Unity. They take their reg
ular mouls there, and will lunch nowhere
else between times.
Rev. Father Meagher, of Padiicah. be
ing run down by his summer's lalors has
taken quarters in the Infirmary, of this city,
in the hope that, through rest and cjuic-t. his
health will be built up, and the whole man
re-cncrgized. In the same hope his friends
share most sincerely.
The passenger trains of the Cairo and
Vineennes railroad now stop for meals at
Harrishurg. The Union House, in that vil
lage, furnishes the nrc-ommodutions, and
by tho-e who have tried them they are sai 1
to be very respectable.
Mr. William Winter, the Cairo artist,
has been spending the lat few days in the
neighWing town of Anna, engaged the
while in taking photographic views of the
Southern Illinois Insane Asylum and other
objects of interest in that locality.
Among those who will constitute the
choir, during services at the church of the
Redeemer, to-day, we have heard the fol
lowing names mentioned : Mrs. ("apt. Hal
litlay. Miss Pitcher, Mi-s Alvord, Mr.
Morris, Mr. Disthorpe all of whom are rec
ognized as cultured and popular voculinN.
If it Ik; true that the stockholders of
the Cairo and Vincenncs railroad contem
plate hoMing'a meeting in this city, on or
aljout the Llth proximo, the fact will doubt
less be published in TiikCaiuo Bi i.i.f.tin.
In no other way can all interested be
more surely, conveniently or cheaply unti
ed. Tiiore will be services in the church of j
the R.'d"emer to-dav. Rev. Dillion Lee.
rector, otlhiating. as follows: Sunday
School at 'J:30, and services at 10 :.', a. m.
Evening services at 7 ::jf). The sermon will
be devoted to young men, who are cordially
invited t'i attend, from the following text:
'I say unto you, young man, arise !"'
On block 52, or the block upon which
Mr. Tri;;!f's business house is located, there
is a sink !i i!e, that has off-nded the nostrils
and endangered the health of persons in
the neighborhood, all summer. It may be
that the attention of the health officer of
tie- city i:ls never been called to it; but we
are assured that it is a very obnoxious nuis
ance th.;t should bo promptly abated.
The announcement was formally made'
yesterday, that the first number of the new
dally eveniie; paper, would appear from the
oil'ie" of the Argus-Journal to-morrow ev
ening. It will be called The 'Cairo
Daily .r:-,;s-, and will be under the edito
rial and b:i-;ness control of W. F. McKee,
who will lu- agisted by Loll. Daniels. As
we hac already indicated, the enterprise
has our cordial good wishes.
When it was announced that officer
Wilson had shot and killed a desperado who
had made a murderous assault upon him,
Justice (iuiniiigham, with a magnanimity
characterisiie of the man, stepped forward
and tendered his legal services to Mr. Wil
KonniKKOK (HAitiiKl The congressional
contest is over now, but not a few of the
democratic managers begin to see in what
their blunders consisted. Tom t.'owin, once
the Governor of Ohio, was a "wagon boy."
"A hint to the wise," etc.
We have assurances, coining fiom Mr.
Irvin, the deputy-warden, that very favor
able progress is being made with the work
on the Southern Illinois penitentiary. The
greater portion of the north wing of the cell
house will h'ioii pass from the workmen's
hands as finished. This portion contains
two hundred cells, or capacity for the ac
commodation of four hundred prisoners.
Tlui entire north wing, when finished, will
furnish cells for seven or eight hundred in
mates. The dwelling house in course of
erection for the occupancy of the warden,
will be one of the finest homes In Southern
Illinois. H will present a moat attractive
exterior, and an interior arrangement m.d
completeness that wi'd render it as comfort
able and convenient, as it is, in an architec
turul point of view, pleasing Hml attractive.
The contractor arc carrying out tlicir con-
tract in a faithful and honest manner, and
have, within the year past, performed a
greater amount of work than tit first seemed
jHissilile, without exhausting tho appropria
tion. We thought we had, inthu wormy negro
from Kentucky, somethiit"; so unusual ami
marvelous that the physicians would rush
to Tick Hi i.i..j.in ollice in a frenzied lupind
to learn further particulars. But inipiiry
has assured ns that Jenkins is not the "orig
inal and only case." A colored man named
Callahan, a resident of Cairo, has, for sev
eral years, been arllicted with worms in his
flesh, many of which ho had removed
through incisions in the skin. His case is
notiuitc as aggravated as Jenkins', but he
is, nevertheless, very wormy.
The report that gained currency yes
terday evening, to the ctlcct that Dr. J.C.
Sullivan had died during the afternoon,
proved unfound; but, perhaps, only prema
ture. At dark. lat night, he was lying
very low, the chances seeming to be all
against his recovery. After an indisposi
tion, more or less yvere, of several days
duration, he took to his lied on Monday
night, lat, his iWae being pronounced
bilious diarhea, complicated with other
ailments. An attack of bloody Mux
followed, and of this exhausting and dan
gerous disease waslie suffering last evening.
Scores, nay. hundreds, of n rth'iii de
faulters, rascals and fugitives from justice,
made their ay south during the prevalence
of yellow fever, and sent back word that
the saffron -lined terror hail gathered them
to their fathers. It was not a difficult mat
ter for such creatures to get their names in
the death lists, and not a few of them got
there honestly. But scores of the rascals
who, but for the belief exi-ting that they
are dead, would be hunted out and brought
north in hand-cuffs, are, with changed
names, laughing over the success of their
ruse, and having 'bully times," and plenty
of them. But there will he a raking-in of
these shrewd fellows, More the lapse of
many weeks more mark it.
It is a noticeable and a very annoying
fact that nearly every In aly who rides or
drives along Commercial avenue from Tenth
to Twelfth streets, is beset by a pack of
barking, snapping, yelping dogs. They
come from all quarters, big bass-roieed
hounds and bull-dogs, contralto ma-stifls and
piccalo "fice" and poodles a pcrfift drove
of them, and each striving to surpass the
other in the volume of his uois- and the
ix-rsisteiicy of his attacks. It is exceedingly
annoying to the jiersons thus attacked, and
may, in ca.-e women and children are thus
In-set. lead to most serious and lamentable
accidents. Can't our city authorities, who
are supposed to have a care for the safety of
our citizens, abate this noisy and most exas
--On the 11th day of November, 1H.18.
flying the motto "We have come to stay,"
the river-splitting little steamer, Charley
Bowon. completed her t'rst trip in the Cairo
and Evansville trade. It was an experi
mentthe running of the Bowon was. and
grave inisLdviiiL's of Catit. Devter's ubilitv I
to supjiort himself were generally enteitain-
ed und expressed openly. But the old man
persevered, stuck to his motto, and through
discouragements and beset ments that would
have driven a less determined man from the
river, he laid the foundation for a packet
trade that is, to-day, scarcely second to any
on the Ohio river. In the place of the little
stern-whee' Bowi n, wu now have palatial
side-wheelers, eijual in speed, magnificence
and completeness of appointments, to anyon
or either river; and w hat is more and better,
the character of the trade demands them.
We now have it that the epidemic that
created such havoc among the, citizens of
Hickman, was not yellow l'cv. r; but some
nameless disease that owes its origin to the
peculiar composition of the soil, and the
town's defective drainage. The milk sick
ness which claimed so many victims there,
about fifteen years ago, is said lo be aserib- j
e. to t be same can v.. As to tne List proposi
tion we don't believe a word of it. Hickman
has Ihe very best of natural drainage; and
if the soil is chargeable for all the dreadful
work of lsT, why is it that tin- present
is the first visitation of the kind ever
known? The soil has lccn the same, and
if heat is an essential agency in the produc
tion of thedisease, why did theeity escape in
ISliT and other years, when the tempera
ture ran up to fever heat, in the shade?
These are stumbling blocks in the way of
the "soil theory" that are insurmountable.
McCracken and other counties in Ken
tucky, imitating the example of Alexander
county, impoverished themselves by voting
aid to railroads. The first named county
voted three hundred thousand dollars to the
Padiicah and Elszaliethtown road, and has
regretted it ever since. But this sum, vast
as it was, didn't scorn to satisfy the cormo
rants, and hence some of them, while en
gaged in the bond-issuing business, issued
a number that were not authorized. The
exact amount of the over-issue is not
known; but the fad that such a piece of
villany was consilium iti'd, has stirred up
quite a breeze among the usually torpid
people of Paducnh.
Services will be held In the 1'resbyte
rlan church at the usual hours. The pas
tor, Rev. Mr. (leorge, will deliver, In the
evening, a discourse upon John Howaiiii,
the philanthropist, from w hom the Howard
Association of the South takes its mime.
The Habhatli School, which is held at
!J P. M., uinler the able iiiiinagenient of 8,
P. Wheeler, Esq., the Superintendent, is
raldly ret uperating from the effects of tin
scattering made, by the yellow feu r excite-
meni. .Mr. Wheeler hime!l attributes
miici of the great success which this school
has attained, to its admirable mrps of
teao'iors. During the lust few Sabbaths,
there have Icon some beautiful solos ang by
Mrs. Stansbury, which have added greatly
to tie interest of the School.
Stewards of steamboats chu pnrchiisi.'
from Koehlcr Sc Co., as choice, juicy and
lendT beef, pork, mutton, etc., as can lie
obtained anywhere else between Cincinnati
or St. Louis and Xew Orleans. For many
years they have indirectly obtained supplies
fr mi Koehlcr fc Bro., but now they get it
from first hands. Fred. Koehlcr is always
on the look-out for prize and fir-t-class cat
tle, and it is now Well understood by cattle
raisers ihut whenever they have really
choice animals, they can always effect sales
by calling on Kochler. Stewards of steam
I mats and hotels are becoming apprised of
this, and the result is that when any meat
is selling, you will find Ko-'hler -A Co.. sup.
plying the greater portion of it.
- -We hear it Mated, and the Mount Car
mel Register confirms the statement, that
the Cairo and Vincinnes railroad company
will proceed at once Incomplete the wanting
link between Lawrenccvi!le,Lawrence county
to Mt. Carmel, in Wabash county. This short
section finished, and the C. & V. company
will have a route tVom C.iiro 1 1 ( hid-i, that
w ill at once command a !arg share of the
travel, and become popular with the people.
Few roads in the west have labored under
the drawbacks and disadvantages that have
beset the ('. & v., yet fe w have accomplish
ed as much. Uich-r its present manage
ment its business is continually inere.t-ing.
it is improving its connections, and greatly
enlarging its facilities for freight and travel.
In other word, th" C. & V. is "getting up
in the world."
The tramps sin h of them as can
serajw together a tolerably decent suit of
clothes and can stand the infliction ,f
clean faces, have adopted a vheinc that is
proving (piit" successful. In the cities of
the bordi r states they go from hmise to
house tagging old clothing, avowedly f,,r
the destitute victims of tii yellow lever.
As they are turned from but f -w doors of
those who do not understand their gaiuo,
empty handed, the end of a f'ewihus limN
them the poss -svirs of enough of s.. ,,, .
hand garments to clothe a regiment. Theo
they take to second-hind clothieis and
pawnbrokers, and obtain prices that r nl r
the business immensely profitable. The
game hasn't been attempted vet in Cairo ; but
the chap who play it are gradually work- j
ing their way down the river, and are inor
ally certain not to slight us.
Men's Good Winter Boot for sale by O.
Haythoin Co., at I2.H0.
Why suffer with a bad cold ii one bottle
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure rt cough ;
of the worst kind? Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
is sold for 2." cents per bottle, or five botth s
for $1.0(1 in every resp' etable drug store in
Ihe United States.
THAT DISTRAI 'TING WillsTLK!
In our mi'i'l's eye we can count ilft'M n in
inat"si, our st:,t" bin. .tie asylum, vshoowc
tie h iin; ilsocmi i:l and lo-- ufri ,t-..n to the
Unearthly 1. licking of the I'i-k's .team
tthis'.ie and the blood-curdling roar of her
ti m I vale, while lying at our wharf.
Curse-, loud. end de per than tiioB'ack hole
of C.ilootla, ar" hurled at the "ll'emiiiig
boat: our common council r"soutc( and re
resoliited. and s-veral of the wharf-boat
crew were deafened for 1 if". The -bu'k-heads"
of the wharf-boa' began 1os,o,v the
disastrous i ll'ects of the ti rribi" scourge, and
matter- were ,'i--".ming an asp - i fearful to
onteinpl'tfe, when G. J'ui-'.u, Miller,
President of No. ) wh.'il'f-boat. h -cuing
liifuiiat",l beyond all h a; r,: i -ir.ti .'. sud
denly and imeieete.'y as-a -i u.;' i , 1 tl,-.
captain as let was in tic-art !' ..m ji,g the
whistle valve, an extra twinge. Cap!, lbuuv
Taylor wa . iinin-.lia'e'.y app lic.ted I
ceed the individual who had :nu I. i;,'o unbear
able in o.ir city, and be it said to !,'. ( n dit
here, mid in tleyi -xt vvorid. that he has nut,
under any cii-ciiiii.-'aiicc-. u!:ovvc J ti, . blow -nig
of bis whistle or permitted the mud
valve touched while in port. It is said
Henry takes thi! mud from the boilers with
shovels. This, however, lacks confirmation.
Dlt. Bci.l.'s Cough Syrup has been before
the public for years, and is pronounced by
thousands superior to all other medicines
for Ihe cure of Coughs, Colds, Influenza and
all Pulmonary Complaints.
Sku our custom made shoes for children,
l.25; for misses, 1.40. They are 21 per
cent, cheaper fhnu goods of the same quul
ity cull be had elsewhere,
O. IlAVTlloltN Si Co.
Tim Women's Christian Temperance
Union wili hold a meeting In the Temper
ance Reform Hall Tuesday, Nov. 1 U th,
1 HTM at 2'.j o'clock for the purpose of
electing olllcers fir the ensuing year. All
members and friends of the cause nf temper
mice, are urgently requested to attend.
By order of the President.
Moi.uk R. Wkiiii, Sec.'t,
I. I'.TT I KCUL KMA oVsT U ' X DRY.
Mrs. Lcttie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, betw een Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, and takes this
method of informing her old friends und
patrons that she Is again at their services,
and solicits their patronage, She has re
duced prices to suit the times.
pHGlXlX DR UG STORU,
co 1 1. co mm j :kcia r. av. an i kioiitj ;i :nti i st.
UEO.E. (VHAKA, l'roprietor,'
I. auppllul nil), a nil) Hock or Kre,b D.ug,, Medicine, and Chemical, of undoubted pi'rlty
clne'0Thcl.1l;y."nul'" 1,,rrn,m'r-v' Br,u,,M' i,,e- ",,u vm u w r.aM; , M
I tr F,pe.-IM Caie Hllil Attention Klveu to the compound!., of pliynlcUn' prescriptions.
"An old lady, of this city, is collecting
all the political papers of the late campaign
that she can lay her hands on. For making
soap, she bays, they are better than ashes
an-, in fact, almost clear I fr-.
"Why didn't Washington's little sister ac
company him when he cut the cherry tree?
because she had no 'little hat-yet.' "
"A sensational novel is to be forthcoming
under the sanguinary title of 'The Poisoned
Oum Drop, or the Candy-maker's Re
venge.' Lost on Saturday evening, cither on
Tenth, Washington or Eighth street, a fluid
Locket, Cameo faced, and containing phc
tograph. The finder will please leave it at
lit i.i.i tin ollice, and receive reward.
Lutor. line of Blankets and guilts for
a!e by O. Haythorn Si Co., very cheap.
Dlt. R. V. PlKlICK, of Buffalo. X. Y.. the
proprietor of Dr. Pierce's Family Medicines,
and alo of the Invalids' and Tourists'
Hotel, of that city, has recently been
elected to Congrevs by the very flattering
majority of nearly .t.lMMl. He has already
scived his constituents as Slate Senator,
and this renewed endorsement signifies
that his seme lmv bci n highly saiiv
f.u'.orv. His extensive practice in the
treatment -i' Chronic Diseases will not. we
are infoiined. be neglected, or suffer in the
least, w hen the time arrives for him to take
his scat in Congress, it being entrusted to
his brother and other experienced medical
gentlemen, who have long been associated
with the Doctor in the Medical Depart
mi nt of his celebrated World's Dispersal y
and Invalid's Hotel. 11, sides, as the For-ty-six'h
Congress does not convene until
Docemlier, 1 ST1!, Dr. Pierce's patients will
not lose his personal attention for some
A kkw more Boy's Hats for .(0 cents,
slightly damaged, at O. Havthoru Jt Co.'s.
Xhk wu.i.iams' Mkat Smith. Xo
butcher in the city is more successful in
satisfying his customers than Nick Wil
liams, whose meat stand is on the comer of
Washington avenue and Twentieth street.
He takes special t are to prov ide himelf
with choice mo.tt, and to constantly have
on sale ( very kind that t an be bought
elsew'nere. liccf, pork, veal, mutton, sau
sage, fresh and pickled tongues, etc. put
him to the test, and see if we over-state
A Kl'I.I. line of ladies shoes at low prices
at O. Haythorn A Co.'s,
( on. H, Hoarseness. Asthma, or any irri
tation of the Throat or Bronchial Tubes,
will be iclievod by Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
It has cured thousands. Reeoinnu nd it to
your friend and neighbor. Your ilrugi-t
keeps jt, 1'iice ;'.") cents.
Til L i rowd" of people to be veil ."it the
counters of o. ll.ivthorn A Co.'s popular
Boot. hoe and Dry (,'ou 1 hou-e, prove that !
it is piuee to buy. j
I.Hnhot'T that vour ii'ii's s do not drug '
your little ones with lainluuni, pan goric
or otic!' so,, thing rciic'dics, ;!ve!h"in Dr.
Bull's ;,;!,; syrup, which innocent p im-dy
is warranted not to contain opiates.
Ni.w Skvt'.v. Risk. Mr. Carter Hutch-in-oii
end Ed. K'no". would I'e.pcctfuliy in
form the color, d i itieiis i if ( airothut they
have purchased from Elds and i'etlii the
right, mid a sutlli ii nt number of -ku!i s to
run a -hating rink for :he colored people of
Cairo.' As soon as airuigemoiit. underway
are' perfected, the new rink "ill be opened.
Til l;l V. Hl'Sliltl. ii Cases Boots and Shoes
iu-l n.reiwd. and for sale, whole. ale and
retail, by O. Ilaythoni Co., at prices as
low as they can be bought in any city in
Sen i.'sski'i, Stuck Opeii rtoss. There
is much talk about U k operutloiiH and
the rapid fortunes amassed by them, but
veiy few people understand just how il is
done, Messrs. Lawrence & Co., Bankers,
.17 Exchange Place, X. Y. City, have pub
lished full details of their new combination
method of operating iu stocks, which is
wondertully successful. By pooling the
orders of thousands of customers into one
immense sum and operating them as a
whole, each patron is placed on an equality
with Ihe largest operator, mid vast prod In
are divided pro rata among shareholders
every thirty days. $'-'.- makes $100, or 4
per cent, on the stock in the month; $100
makes ifT.M), or)! per cent.; $1."0 makes
$t,o00, and various profits according to the
movement of stocks. Safety and success
are tin? distinguished features of this sys
tem. S. Y. Sangui, of San Francisco, Cal,,
writes: "I have never inudo so much money
in the fume time as I have by
your Combination System." The new cir
cular (copyrighted and sent free) explains
all details. All kinds of Stocks Bon is
wanted. Xew Government Loan supplied.
Best reference, Address Lawrctmn & Co.,
Bankers, 57 Exchange Place, X. Y. City.
Mil l! STORE.
CliKW Jack win's best Sweet Navy To
FlIKMII 1-ATTKU.N lUTS.-Just received,
a large invoice of French Pattern has at
Mrs. S. Williamson's.
Bt y your school tanks ol A. W. Jyu:t oc
Co. Their btixk is complete, ami tlidr
prices such us defy Hiieeexsful comjM-tiJ,.n.
Straws and felts A full usaortmet: of
all the different styles and shapes i.t.
Mns. S. WlLl lAMSix'-.
Ji kkv. Why will men smoke com.-.iou
tobacco when they can buy Marburg L.o's
"Seal cf North Carolina" at the same p.'ec?
Foil a g Mjd shave for ten cents, a j..od
hair cut for twenty-five cents. o0 to ! r.ty
Schick's barber shop. No. i Coiuiie ., ;l(
SuiiKKHS, if you wish a tine "Key W.
or "ImiH.ited" cigar, call at Koisincwfs
cigar store. It is the only place in the i:y
almost daily in reoipt of fresh gxls
Rooms to lkt Two fumWied phui:- to
rent. One with fire; situated in bitsiue.
part of the city. Apply at No. 1 0.1, (',,;.
men ial Avenue. Mas. s. Wii.i.iamso-,.
Ik you would save money, buy ycur
sch'Mil books, stationery, etc., of A. W. Vi
att cV Co. Their stock is full, and a l:::.e
inquiry will satiety you that tle ir prici - sue
as low as the lowest.
Tiikick will ta a Musicale givm at :
residence of Professor Alvonl, on Tor
street, in this city, next Thursday eveni:
the 21st instant. The best i,,ent of ;
city have signified a purine to purtiei; .
in the entertainment.
Tut parents and guardians of rl.o,.l
children should taar in mind that A. W.
Pyatt A Co. keep Vvery description of wu.-d
Uxiks u.-ed in the- public schools in (Vro,
and offer them ut prices that should have a
controlling influence with feom.mica! I ..v
ers. The Tiny Hocskw ike. The carelul.
housewife, when she is giving her house
spring cleaning, should bear iu mind :
the dear inmates of her house are mor- 1
cioiis than houses, und that their sysL rn
need cleansing by purifying the blood, jog
ulating the stomach and tawcls to prev, i.t
and cure the disease arising lrom spring
malaria ind miasma, ami she should k.v-w
tout mere is nothing that will do it so
i p. I'-
teetiy anil surely as Hop Ihttors, the pi::
and best of all medicines. See other i
LLO A L.
I- !-: by : iv.-n to N !lie (.urTne,-. 1 imotl.v :
WiUi'im Onftia v joul Mnrv mf!iier. thiil lun'.
ney lu Hied a petition n-ain-t tie-in forpurt'li, :,
lie' pieini-ea deprrlbed In said petition. Mhe h ,
i iioh i,'Uue In tin-Aieinnder cin nil (oen,
Cm! ten, moo- ,, , i.-u.-d In .aid .nit B.,.
yon. returnable on the tlr. di.y nf the next, 1 hi, .
o nn. )s,:,i, or .ii a Icmriler rin-nii rnnrt, lo b
LV'o and lioldeij m tl. Conrl Iohim- In l!,e
t aim. Aii-xiinder eoiiuiv. i:iluoU, on tin-first V
day o Janua-v. s,-'i,
.ISO. . REEVE.
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