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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
of the l.'adliis buiuiieM hontvirwuopo nilvertlso
meat may be round In Tint IIl'uetii .
C O. I'utliT Jt Co., Commercial nvcune aud Nine
tcentli Miri:t .
1'lian. H. su-wart, Kihlli Mrcct.
Carl l'Bli-ri. Ji Ilro., EifUth utriiot.
lit Bryant; olllcc, ElKlitli utrcct and Walilniton
Ir. J. ll..Munan; oillco, HOCoinmorcliil avenue.
Mr. V. C. Joei'lvn. Eolith near Commercial .
Ut. k W. Whltlotk, I'Ai Commercial avunuu
JtoM Smyth, No. GO Ohio luvi;c
II. II. Oind"", No. 70 Ohio li'vci-(up staire).
fcmiltuWu Ufe, of Now York, corner Twelfth and
W anlilwion avi-tiue.
W Idott, aud Orphans Mutual Aid Society. Seventh
aud Commercial avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Lluegar Jt I.ansdeu, No. 11:1 Commercial avenne.
OEN EltAl.COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Iluliidav firo.. proprietor Eu'vpilnn M!ll.
llink!. Thlnifwwjfl & .Moore, No. Vi' and 1J7
DRUGGISTS-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
liartfay liriiH . Ohio l.-vco ai:d corner Eighth and
City National. Ohio lever.
Alexander Countv. corner Eighth and Commercial.
I. Walter. Eighth Hrfet.
Koeliier Uroit.. (. ort.er Eighth and Wa-liluL'tnn.
Champion. TUtee Stuti;".
loLn Sprout, corner Twelfth atid Levee,
E C Kurd. Corner Nitith and Couiirii ii i:il.
.l.(.eo Sti-inlinne, Ei'.'hth tn:-t .
II Schlrk, II;! Commercial avenue.
R. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R It.
TliJU. AltlUVr. THAINJ Hfct'AItT
Mai! 4 a m. Mail.. :l :li)u.tn.
a:uu p.m. KxpreM.
CAIIiO VINCENNESI!. K.
.... 1 j:00 p m. Mill....
CAIIiO 4 ST. LOUIS H li.
I ) Di.
Bir 5:10 p.m. Expre n
Accom'Jution 10 45 p.m. Accom'datioc l'J:;T)p. m
CHICAGO. ST. I.OI'IS ANDNEW OHLEANS il.Ii
Mail VJ'p til. Mail.... 5:lt.m.
C A. A- T. RAILROAD
Tixi expn 5:40 vm. Tex.n txprvj a i'p m.
Accininnnlstu 4 :'J a.m. I
CENEUAL DELIVER open . ;:) a. m.; clo-.f
J : p.m. ; Sunday : s ton a. m.
Money Order Uepartmeul open at 9 a.m.; clo'e"
at S p. m.
Tbroiifb Exprc V:iili via llllnoi" Central and
Milsippl Cvtt'.ral ItAllroad cloe ut 1S:: p. m.
Cairo aud Poplar Hlatf TUrounh and uy Mail
c!w at i:.yi p. m
Way Mall vf Illlnoi Central. Cairo and Vln-cenm-e
aud Ml.tpl Central Rnllroad ciusi- at
Way Xtl far Narroiv Gauge Railroad clo.-c at 8
Cairo ltd Evan.vtl!e River Route cloef at 8:30
p. m. di:,y (except Frtdavi.
Mayor V. H. ThiMlowood.
Treanuivr Edward Dt-zouia.
Clerk-benniH. J. Foley.
Couimelor Wm. II. Ulmert.
Man-bal J C. I.allue.
Attorney William HendricK.
BOARU OF AUIEHKK.
Firm Ward Wm. O'Callahan. M. J. Howler.
Second Ward David T. Linear, C. K. Wood
ward. Third Ward-W. P. Wriffht. Egbert Smith,
fourth Ward Charlet 0. l'atter. JameKvnaton
f.fth Ward-T. W. Uatliday. Ernest li. I'eitlt.
Circuit Judje O. A. Harker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Kwm.
County JudjeR. S. Yocum.
County Clerk S. J. Humni.
Couuty Attorny W. C. Mulkey.
Countv Treainn'r A. J. Aldcu.
Coroner H. Kitzirtraid.
County Commii-flone T. W. Halliday, M. Y
Brown. Samuel Briley.
IV Walnut and Cedar ftreetm iervlrv Sabbath 11
a. m. ond ?: p. in . ; Suuduy School 1 :'M p. in.
(CHRISTIAN-Eighteenth Ktreet; meeting Sab
J ii.ith J0::w p. m. ; prenclilui; occwlounlly.
DVIiC'II OF THE l(EI)EEMEU-Eplrnpal)
J Kourteenih utrwt; MoruuiL' pmyerx (Sabbath)
V:V a. m.; evening prayer, ?: p.m.; Sabbath
ecliool il a. m.
IMItST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CliritCU-I'n-achluij
at !(:: a. m.,Sp. m., and 7:30 p. m.
Sabbath fehool ut T;:W p. m. Rev. T. J. .Shore",
IUTHKRAN-ThlrtDenlh ttreet; nervlce Hah.
J hath l::;o a. m.; huuday chool i p m. Rev
METUODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut utrectn;
I'reachlni; Sabbiilh a. m. uud 7 p.m.;
pniyer meeting, Wedtiecduy 7: p. m.; Sunday
School, 'J a. ui. Rev. Whlttakf r, paKlor.
1)RES1JYTEI1I AN Eighth ntreet; preachlnc on
Sabbuth al ll:n0 a. m. and "::p. m.j prayer
mecttiii: Wednesday ut 7::p. in.; Suuday School
at :) p. m. Rev, 11. Y. George, puctor.
QECON1) FREE-WILL BAPTIST Flfteer.th
O street, lietwuon Wnlnut and Cedar ftreeto; cer
vice? Snblmtb at i and 7 :. p. m.
CT. JOSEPII'SHHoinnn Cuthollci Corner Crn(
O and Walnut ptroetB; nervlcea S'lbbath ID:) a.
til. ; Sunday School nt i p. in. ; Vecpera 3 p. ni. ; er
vices every day at 8 p. in.
QT. PATIMCK-S-dloman Catholic) Corner Ninth
IT? street and Wnalilnuton nvenite; services Sab
hath 8 and ID a. m. ; Yenpers il p, in, ; Pntidnv School
1! p. m.; aervlcui every day ut S p. m. Rev, F, 2abel,
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvement
on old ones; lor medical or other compounds, trade.
murks and labels. Caveats, Assignment, Inter
leretices, Appeals, Suits for Inftlnuemenls, and
nil cri' urUlnn under the Patent Laws, prompt
ly nttendeil to. Inventions that have been
i)V I 1Tl7li by the Patent Otllce may still,
Jirj'MAJl Vi It tu most cases, bemileutcd by
lis. Ileltiu oppnstte the U. H. Patent Menartmetit,
nnd rneaiied In Patent linsttiess exclusively, we ran
liinke closer searches, nnd secure Paletits more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
are reunite from Washington.
I M V f MT( Hi SI 'end ns a model or sketch of
111 ? lill I VltOymi, device; wo make ex
nniltmllotis iitid ndvlse'n (0 pateiitablllly, free of
tbarire. All rurrtsiiiiniviir( slrlctlv conlUlcMini,
rrtcc lw. nnd no elmiK,. unless l'uient l-eert.
We Her In Washington, to lion- Postmaster
(Jeneral I). M. Key, Kev. , M.Power. The German
American Nallonal Bunk, tootllcUlslnlhol'. H.
Patent Oleics, and tit Henatots and Representative
In Congres; will especially to our clients lu every
State In the Union nnd in Canada, Address
O. A. SNOW ite CO.,
Opppilte Futont OJUco, WiiUtngtuu D. C.
IS YOl'R BLOOD PVRE!
Now i i loan Important question, for without
ui,c and tvholexomu blood thri. run ln iu. r,..r
luct health, and without
Ifelcainero burden and wastu. For Impttre
l.lfirwt th., Itt.ut n,,. ,11,-1,... L........ Iu 1
wvu .MV ,wc ..tMIVfllV AUUItJI IB
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
It Is tho t'real Southern time tried and true rem-
oy, anu may ue tiupiicttiy rolled on,
WHEN EYERYTIIING ELSE FAILS.
Take It In the Spring time, especially for Im
mre secretions of the blood incident to thai
reason uf the year; aud take It
AT ALL TIMES
For Cancer Scrofula. Liver Comtdalnts. '.Weak
ness, Boils, Tumors, bwelllnus. and tho thmi.
1-uiid Ills that come from impure blood.
fOIIN F. IIENRV, CCKRAN & t'O.
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
i) ' BARCLAY BROS., Wholesale Agents.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
P ANFWiFT? TRAINS LEAVE AND
- I XO-jri4.i vTjli ARRIVE DAILY.
ST. LOriS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE,
without chanf '--r-. Tin- dirct route to
And all EASTERN POINTS,
Ami all NORTHERN POINTS.
Trjir leave acd arrive ut Cairo t fuIIow :
a Kim r:
Erpre. riii'.y c::cept Sunday.
i 'l'j a. in.
Expre.s. d.ii'.y 5:Mp.m.
Mail, daily excejit Sunday . 3:10 a in.
lieneral fua Aft
JOHN II. JONES.
(JAIRO ifc ST. LOUIS R. R.
It. -NV. SMlTHKIir?, Kccpiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE CETTEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leaves Cairo S 43 a m.
Throuiin bxpress arrives at E. St Lout.. 5:l'p.ni.
Through Exp- leaves E. St Louis..., :ixt a.m.
Throurh Express arrive" ut t airo i S:lii p.m.
Murpuyshoro accommodation leaves enrol J irp.m.
.vu'pnysnoro acc. arrives at .uurpuys'toro e:ij p.m.
Murphysoro Acc. leavei Murphytboro ... 4:lja.m.
Murphysboro Acc. arrives at t.a:ro 10 43a.ni.
The Cairo 4 St Louis P.all Road t the only all
RailRouto between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore there are no delay at
way stations awaiting connections from other 'line.
Close and sure connections at St. Louis with other
line for North, taet and Wot.
J. A. NAUGLE. L. M. JOHNSON.
Ai;ent. General Manager.
CAIRO fc VINCENNES R.R.
M MTT VQi the shortest route to
Ul Jll LiliO KvnnisvUle.
A 7 MTT TTC T1,R shortest to lofis-
a JUL 3 VIl.I.E. CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WAM1INC.TON.
'1 AITT r! THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
i)b JULTiO APOLIS.PIIILADELPHIA.NKW
York and boston
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train of all other routes making the amc
tV Paeni;ers by other routes to make connrc
tlns must ride all night, waiting from one to six
hours at small country tatloui lor truius of con
T?F1 FTT?FI?TIIE FACT and tukeonr4:
iVlj.UJjJLDlilk trntii. reaching Evans
vllle, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville same
day. Trains leave and arrive ut Cairo as follows:
Mull leaves 4:4.") a.m.
Mall arrives 10:00p.m.
Through tickets and checks to all Important
F. A. MILLER ROSWEI.L MILLER.
Gen'l Pas.. A cent. General Sup'
L. 11. CIICUCU. TiKsenser A.ent.
JKSSK H'.SKLG, N. B. TllM'I.KlK'OP, il. II. Moohb
II I X K LEj Tl 1 1 STL E W0 01)
Fanner's Tobacco Warehouse
Nos, l-j.'i nnd 127 Commercial Avenue,
CA1UO XI. I..
t'rT'Llberal Advntiremetits made ou Couslsn
metits of Tobacce, Flour, and Grain.
ItyAuctits for Gear. Scott t'o. threshing ma
chines, portable saw mill and threshing engines.
Agent rorChumptou harvestlnj; muchluc. mower
E. O. FORD,
Variety Bracket Store,
Commi'r 'liil Avenue Corner Nluth Htroot.
CAUIO, I t l ILLINOIS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
QARL PETERS tfe BRO.
Of all klndt.
CAIRO POULTRY YARD,
Eighth street, Lot. Com. and Wash. ave.
CAIRO. : : : . ILLINOIS
tGood delivered to all part of tho City free
. I'EALEI'.S IN
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
Wt:oleft!e r.r.d Iietail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH 4 CO. Lave constantly a law
stock of the best coods in the market and (rive
especial attention to the wholesale branch ef the
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, YELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty
() F F I C F. :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Corner Washington Avenue aud Elht Stre?t.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS
A full and completo supply of the best of all
kinds meat ahvavs ou hand.
TEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street aud I f.iivfk Til
Commercial Ave.. f UUHN IJi.
O. O. PATIElt & CO.
Dealer in Frcsli Moat.
Uclwwn WimVilngton find Com
mercial Av., adiolning Ilnnny.
1 EKI'8 for snlo tho hest Iloof, Pork, Mutton, Veal.
Lamb, Huko, &c., and Is prcuarcil to urv
mmlliei In an acceptable mauiivr.
MORNING, AUGUST H,
nlflf.r n0n Pliyniclttti, "has no equal as a hlond
r,"iil r.v. IU ar(-' f Its many woudiirful euros af-Imoi!!-
. 7t'm!'dlui,",d Mwi' 1 visited tho lab
Ifls7ren',.VlnCwd of C,!,llll,lu mrU-
whlrEuWl'm?b,lrk''' root" miA herbs, each of
rn nri . i-hly e,,wtlvi'- tl'y are compounded
in ucu a manner us to produce astonishing result.
Will caret bo worst case of Scrofula.
Is recommended by physicians aud apothecaries.
Cures the wnriit casci.of Cat-ker.
Meets with wonderful success iu Mercurial disease
Will enidicate Suit Itlioiru from the system.
Removes I'lmples and U;im-jrs from the face.
Cures Constipation and reirnluVs the bowels.
In a valuable remedy for Headacle.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Il'.-Mores the cutirj system to a healthy condition.
Hemoves the cause of Dizziness.
Relieve EaintiicsB at the stomach.
Cares I'uins iu the Back.
Eilectually curei Kidney Complaint .
Is- effective In its cure of Female Weaknesses.
I the .-reat resieny for General Debility
I THE BEST
H. R. STEVENS, EOSTOI JIIASS.
Veg-etine is Sold By all Dnijgfists,
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUliSTITlTE FOE LIFE IXSUR.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Ofitiiiiieil .Tuly 11th, 1877, UmUr the Lawsot
the SUtc of Illinois. CopyriKlitoil July
i, 1.177, muler Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STIiATTON', I'isesiiiext.
Miw. I. A.'tAYLOK, Virg-I'itKsiDKNT,
J. A. (iOLUSTINK, TiiEAsnisn.
Dn J J tiOHDON, Med. Auvisou.
THOMAS LEWIS. Skcretaiiv.
llOAHD OK MANAGERS :
I. J (lOItDON. I'hvKielan Cairo, Ills
Mrs. I'. A. TAYLOft, Siiieriiileudeiit of
Scbonls, Alexander County "
J. A. liOLDsTISK, of Ooldstlue Ho
seuwater, Wholesale and Hetall Dealers
In Staple and Kanry Dry lioods " "
N. il. THISTLEWOOD, ol ' Illnkle
Thistlewood. Commission Merchants,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors " "
S. D. AYKltS, of Ayers Co., Commis
sion Merchants "
TUOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Manager
and Attorney at Law
WM. STKATTON.of Stratton Bird,
GEO. M. AI.DE.N, (.'ouimlssioii Mer
chant, 78 Ohio Leveo "
JAS. S. KEAKDKS. Atfent Mississippi
alley Transportation Conipiiny "
CHA8. 11. STUAHT. Wholesale and lie
ihii ury uoofls and Notions "
EDWAltD A. Ill liKH. MnnufacturliiK
Jeweler anil Wholsale dealer in
Watchmakers' Tinl unit MnisHuU . i,
ClIAHLKs LANCAHTEIt, Lancaster A:
Idee, Liiinber dealers
C O I'ATlK, C. O. Pati.tr & Co.,
iiiiiesnio aim i(.-taii .iierciiants "
Hkv.I1. Y.UKOlUiE. Pastor Presbyte-
rlnn rliitvnV. ..'
1. C. WHITE. Insurance Aient " "
l. W . M. WEAK;, Postmaster "
o. i-. iit,i-,LEK, Attorney and Colin
sulornt law "
Mus. LOUISA KlsllllAl'K
OSCAR HAYTHoltN. Wliolesale and
lletnil Hoots, Shoes nnd Dry tiootls.... " "
A.J. 1)1 IU), Merchant aud Steamboat
Proorii'tor " "
WILLIAM Kt.rtiK.tlenertil Merch'dlse '
Hi'UUI, Wliolesale and ltetail
Drticri'lts " '
J.T. HKNNIK. Foundry aud Machinist. " '
ALltEHT LEWIS "
Mns. L. A. IIOWAItl), Ilottidtnu House. "
W. V. PITCHElt, Insiinineo Anent .... "
A. I1ALLEY, Dealer lu Stoves, Tin and
E.W.OKKEN.Omcn, Wood Dennett "
II. F1 POTTER, Editor and Publisher
Arirna-Journnt Mound City. III.
Mrs. 8. A. AYKHS Villa Ride.
A. J. FIIIi.NVH, Farmer .....Dlrd folat, Mo.
V IU TIM I I l Hi
JIARKETS I1Y TELEGRAPII
Liverpool, August 13, S p. sr. -Wheat
unchanged Winter, OsQfsOd; Spring,
7d 10d9s 9d; California average
8s Gd9s Cd; California club, Os fid
010s. Corn 4s 3d.
NEW YORK CHAIN.
New York, August 13,12:07 p. m.
Whcat quiet No. 2 Chicago, $1 00;
No. 2, Milwaukee, 1 00; Red Winter,
$1 0001 09; No. 2 Red Winter,
1 09)4; No. 2 Amber, 1 09; Com
quiet No. 2, 4C
CHICivOO GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
Cuicaoo, August 12, 11 a. m. Poik
Septombcr, ?8 87; October, fS 32 i
Oats September, 23; October, 23,
Wheat September, 83;; October, 80
Chicaoo, August 13, 12:00 m. Outs-
October, 23;; September, 23,.
Corn September, 34; October 34-
1 Wheat -September, 85;. October,
rork -September, 8 32J; Octo
TWENTY-EIGHT NEW CASES AND
FIVE DEATHS AT .MEMPHIS.
APPEARANCE OK THF. PLAOVE AT CORIXTII.
MISS. NO CAES AT NEW ORLEANS CHEAT
MORTALITY AT TAMPICO, MEXICO.
Memphis, Aug. 12. Eitrht cases were re
ported to the board of health this morning
five whites aud three colored. Four
deaths from yellow fever have occurred
within the city limits since last niirht. Two
additional deaths are reported beyond the
corporation line. A case of fever has de
veloped at Whitehaven, Tenn., eight miles
south of Memphis. The patient is Mrs. S. J.
fiolton. An inspecting officer has been sent
to isolate the dwelling. Ed. Moon is still
alive. W. W. Gray's condition is improv
ing this morning. Ed Schloss has a sevete
attack. Miles Owens shows no imnrovr.-
ment. Weather warm.
Twenty-two cases iu all were reported to
the board ot health to-day; ten of whom are
colored. Two additional deaths have oc
curred. Three tents w ill be sent to White
Haven, Tenn., to-morrow, to which will be
removed people who am living h the
dwelling whore Mrs. Bolton lies sick with
lever. Ed. Moon is dyinr. All nrri.
ments have been made for his burial. W.
W. Guy is worse to-night. Weather sultry;
A private letter to the Appeal from Cor
inth, Miss., dated 4 a. ni., Augustthc 11th,
says a perfect stampede of citizensis in pro
gress owing to the illness of the mayor and
president of the board of health, who arc
supposed to be sick with the yellow fever.
They were attacked with sudden illness
Sunday niglit, and m the oiumon of the at
tending physicians their sickness is yellow
fever. It is thought their coming in con
tact with citizens lleeingfrom Memphis ut
the quarantine station caused infection.
People were fleeing to the country, but
many farmers had quarant'ned against them
ami tliey were roaming through the woods
trying to And refuge and safety. Seventy
hve left at daylight yesterday. A telegram
to Corinth, sent to night, has failed to bring
any information of the state of nllairs there.
. fever at coui.ntii.
A special was received by the Appeal
from Corinth, saj "rig: "The fatal scourge
has at last reached Corinth . Last evening
the mayor and president of the board of
health were taken with a high fever, and
have continued to grow worse. Their at
tending physicians pronounce it yel low
fever. The people are fleeing to the coun
try, lint farmers have quarantined, und
many arc roaming the woods trying to get
a place of safety. In the last hour 11
large number of families have left."
Washington, Aug. 12, The national
board of health has the following dispatch
from the United States consul at Matamoras :
Reliable information from Tnmpico to Aug.
l.says: "We have the yellow fever epi
demic worse than in New Orleans last
year. People die like flies, Quarantine
at liagdad against tTaiiipieo still efficient.
Medical Inspector Somerset Robinson of
the navy and Dr. Daniel M. Burgess, several
vears a resident of Havana, will perform tho
duties of inspectors, the former at Matanzas
and (lie hitter at Havana.1
New Orleans, Aug. 12. The city coun
cil udopted resolutions declaring there is
not a case of yellow fever in the city nnd
protesting against tho unjust quarantine
established by southern cities and towns
against rsow Orleans.
Du. livu.'s Baltimore nil In are tlio notnr.
eign remedy for Dyspepsia, and nil diges
tive disordors. Trice S3 cents. , For lalo
NEW SERIESNO. 42. '
ITEMS FROM THEBES AND VICINITY, REPORT
ED BY MRS. SNORH.
We are happy to inform all inquiring
frionda that "old Thebes" is still "looking
The Teacher's Institute, conducted by
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, has closed. Our super
intendent deserves great praise for her man
ner of drilling tho teachers, and the im
pression sho tries to leavo with them, that
it is only through persistent and constant
aivplication to study that tho standard
of teachers can be raised. If all lcadinir
ladies and gentlemen would devoto a rea
sonable amount of time to general culturo
as Mrs. Taylor does, wo should predict a
profitable future. The teachers in this vi
cinity who received first grade certificates
are Mrs. Henry Planert, Mrs. Lou Gibl,
Miss Jennio Warwick and Mr. Henry Plan
ert. Our "Grand Festival," for tho benefit of
the Baptist church, on tho 6th inst., we arc
proud to say, was a success in every partic
ular. Notwithstanding tho threatening? of
the elements, there were over two hundred
nnd twenty-five people present. The net
proceeds of the evening were one hundred
and ten dollars and ninty-fivo cents. Tho
voting on cakes resulted ns follows: Silver
cake to the most enterprising newspaper in
Alexander count, awarded to tho CArno
Bulletin; jelley cake, to the most charita
ble lady, Mrs. Hello Gray; cake to tho most
charitable gentleman, Elder B. Reeve;
gold cake, to the ugliest gentleman, Mr.
Henry Wetman; (that is n mistake for
Henry is not at all ugly) corn dodger to
the handsomest gentleman, Mr.
A. Hobbs; marble cake to tho
handsomest young lady from this vicinity,
Miss JNanme Zeiler: fa verv Wrvinr
, . - j .
young lady,) marble cake, to the hand
somest young lady from another vicinity,
Miss Alice Piiggle of Rich woods; pound
cake to the prettiest baby 15 months old.
Guy Hobbs. We trust that all persons en
joyed themselves so well, that they will re
member without regret, the many amuse
ments offered tor their entertainment on
Mr. Joe Weber, tho boot and shoe man
from St. Lotus, tested tho water-proof qual
ity of his shoes by the capsizing of a skiff
in which he was about to embark for Com
merce, Mo. Ho says they will do tor
small streams but not for the "old Missis
sippi." Wo would advise Mr. W. to not
compete with Boyton any more.
M.Brown and sons have been adding
some new machinery to their mill. Mr.
Tom Brown, although a druggist, is sick.
Mr. J. G. Rolwing is handling considerable
tvlipnt r. A Jlnrcliil.lti 1st buyinjr nro-
ducc and selling goods. Tho mill scorns to
have greatly increased the trade of B. P.
Brown & Bro. Dr. Gibbs is having shin
gles delivered, with which to recover tho
court house at this place. Dr. Barkhansen
is smoking his pipe and taking things easv.
Henry Planert is preparing his ground for
wheat. Judge Marelnldon likewise.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Valctte of Grove Is
land, Mr. Scott McRaven and others from
Clear Creek, were at our festival.
Thebes, Aug. 11th, '79. Mrs. Snobs.
A Search Warrant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers nnd people Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers iu
the Lungs or on tho Skin, Boils, Pimples,
&c, wo warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. See that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper.
R. E. Sellers & Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Pro's Agents.
Save yolk children. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bntdbery's, expelled 231 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine. Bcnj. Ly
tic. Union township. Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 25 cts. II. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular'. Barclay Bros., Agents
The truth is mighty and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
arc living witnesses to tlio trutn ot our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Tills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billioua
nc8, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Trice 25 cents. K.
E. Sellers & Co., Tropnetors, Tittsbtirgh,
Ta. Han-lay Bros., agents.
Why will you suffer with tho Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, nnd ecu
cral debility when you can got at our store
fillilnli'a fivloni Vltnli-ynr vliirh Wfl fu ll on '
a positive ' guarnntce to cure you. Trico
10 cts. nnd 73 cts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmetack" a popular and fragrnn
perfume. Sold by Ban-lay Brotlwre.
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