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TIIE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1330.
SHALL ADVERTISES EXT.
AM. AlVKHTIEMl.'4'r.- U 1hi folnmn. nl
tv linr ru t or 1 m il lie pnlilislRd fur
mii one liiiinuii :S tioir. 'U cult: I week.
I ui. I NI; 1 mouth Itl.oul rhaiiip-. li t'1 per
Bomb. K h adum-msl line, pivtau. situation
ru i--d frv.
Owlling aad Irti.r loin -very itr.irabie properly
s oath.-at corner titi :rvl tint Jeflermu Avenue.
XI J. HuWl.KV, R..1 Kute Ajoiil
U mm and porchaiwr or re rt ill Cairo
4o:ud be ium toer haw a fx1 till I am H-
crt-us-d ! fwraifc"Wi.-t i n-oti!l rate.
M E.M EKDA .
tlftc I A Court Hitie
A ttrct t f-vvi lor f.HV If a plied on any tae
trm . Vr.1t(B P:B.v w ill t id low.
Ap r 1 li'. flfrf f
Mr 1. J F.nf tti .-o!n!r.. .;; fVw day
h-.:- a k N-a-a rvio fcw to Price' ry
w Apr" fc"r ko0 a-1 10 ,6f t atholii
r; Is ,.u k i,juc !. .n
Ho'. K ANfl U'TKOH ALE
SMxtatii ' in.1. 'B eero aad Thr
tiwi f:-"M if'tpcif5fr0B 83 (War Mr-ret.
SIX f..-.f-i tiUatoA !.. t It " lt BU .U
drrti.'i.iliAlnitlir' 1 it lie Third addition
ukbfr:; of t .. For furta'T vnrtuitr lu
.intti trr Mu'VAH WINTER.
v5- .F fJO A.L t ' AilV-- -rHTSLClANS.
' H. MAREAW M l
Hi Hi"vt;Lk Physician and Surgeon.
.ftv .- amtrrta' tf-te. R-id:sc corBer
Mfttii m. Li VMi,ijioB Mrna. Cairo.
V. Y. '-V. WHITI.OCK.
tr!ti ". 1i ("orB-nt-nrii! Atcoi:. betwpt'U
K-ji't tni N'tj:c S!rvu
J)M W. C. JOf'ELYX.
OFV E-E:,;iiti Sin-t. B'jr Cnnimt-rria'. Avnue.
NOTARY PI KLIC
Notary l'ulilit' and Conveyauoer.
OFFl.'E:-Wiili the WldouV aod Oorpnsnn- Ma
aal Aid Sk;Mv
gT. LOUIS. CAIKO AND I'ADL'CAH.
Ttie F.'iCjiintSidewhi'i'l Pm'UiT SatiH-r
Stk CHAMPION cdi
A.J HlrO Clrk.
Iji-avi' I'niro nvry Monday and Thursday fur
Cape (ilrurdrau. SI. I oiii. ami way landing.' l'iir
frni!it nr pai.a,',. applv to S(H," A i I.VK K,
JII.I- WRECKING COMPANY.
Hat. mt!o:ii.'d tlicir .virckiu Imai
Si CHARLIE HILL
Ai Cairo wIumv tli liuvo everjilmu iici'dcd In
tbedivi'ra' lliiv. mi'aiii pump, lin.'n. lilurkx. n
iliorK. vtr. W III liiri-or cuuirai I l'ir a'l kinilf ol
HI!: AM 1III.I.. or. .I.I.. MIAI.I.' KOSS.
l.ouifvl.k. K v.
The Only Remitlv
T HAT Ai'TS AT'! UK SAMRTI M K ON
AM) THE KIDNEYS.
!V cmliiU.'d a. 'no it woud'rhii .hwit
to i .r-. al' d.r-5"
Why wk Sick?
IJ- I'.rindow lit-- '!-it rrti!j Ui ln-cuMit
c ;iiE'--'S or trhil. a'l pu".u:i'ti Iihi:m ;rv t';n
torv fnrt' ijitM titi tNt"U t hnl hm.iil Im- 'Vti-l,fi.
wi.l. iocs-Miss. 1'ii.Ks. i kvstm'a i io::
KIDNEY I OM i'l.A I Vi's IIIINAKY MV 1
I'.AsEv r K M I K WKsKNK b
AN'.I NEI'.Viit S liMliiKI!s.
liv rati hi; frei' i' linn of :le' nr..'aii anil r.'-ier
llJV'Ui'.'ir power to throw oil ol. !-.
Wjy Suit, r ll'ilmiin paian and u' In-
Win t(iiniriii..(l with I'ili'k r.iii.iii:i:in:i
V.'hv frlit'-iii'il OMT ili'ur.li'ri'ii Kitu-
Wk rnauri' ienn;i an! i k ln',ida lnt
il.V lltl" Ki'l'lli ll!(!!ltK '
l.e KION MY M'OltTaiid r. ;i, l t .-al t )i
It U a ilry, vej."'ialiic coiiipouiiil ami
)li pio'kiiL'i' will iimki' l iti:ivti ol' MtMlj.-hio.
irtll ot vi.ur Iiriiiiil'-l. In' will order ll for yM.
I'rlre. SI m.
WEI.I.S. ltll'HA WllSdN 4 (.. I'ropili-torH.
'I Hiirilny'-in, 't.
UiarhM Medi'.lat Vienimi l'liihuli'lpliia
Y..k II. T. ANTHONY CO..
50 1 MrxHitwuy, Vow N oel;.
Vaiiufaclii Import -i and
Vi'hel I'm nits, Alhmiis, (iniplioseopes.
McjviHeiipi's ami news, Kiiivniv
inys, Clii'oiuos, l'hotoraplis,
Aud Kiodri'd (IihhIn - CeleliiillrN. Ai'lri'.ycp, Kir
1 1 w O'ren I 1 1 ii 1 ! f ii'io 1 w I
V'c arl' IIi'ttd'U.irl."r for Kv.'iyllilui;
in tan way ul
StPi'eoRt icons, Mi'iiiic Lanterns
Eatli nl y 1 ii n'lti tloi lift of ll- riiiM,
Koa'iiir.il l'hol.inruiil.li TiaiikiiHreii. !vi id Sluta
arv aud Kuiirnvoiv" lor lie' ,'ei.w.
tuMul i?.Bi.a. Mauuriir'un r. ol Velv-I r-ratni j
fur Inlalunm uo I i.nayrx iiua I'll auiva.
CutaloeiiH of I.antiTtin nm) Slide., w III direr
lioki. lur U'll'K. uul elJ T'ti '.l; t ul I'm re li Id. $ til u
THE DAITjY BULLETIN
F.NTKRM) AT THK roST OrrTlK IN CAMO. IL
LINOIS, AS SKCONUtT.ASS MATTKH.
Or'KH'IAl, l'APKKOF ALKXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morninjr Daily iu Southern Illinok
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
There will be it public lecture at Tem
perance Hull on Tuesday, the 24th inst. at
7:oi p. m., under the auspices of Cairo
Lole 413 KoighUof Honor. Tin- public
is cordially invited. Subject "Knights of
H)uor and Their Missum."
COAL! COAL! !
I am prepared to furnish the citizens of
Cain with a sood quality ot coal at the
lowest rates. I'pon leaviug order at the
corner of Tenth and Commercial, it will be
delivered to any part of the city.
SILVER PLATED TABLE WARE.
Thf knivess frks and spoons (tea or ta
bloisent out lv tlie New England Silver
Plate Co.. of New Haven. Conn., have al
ways triveu the best of satisfaction, ns they
are made of that purest of metals, steel,
with pure nickel and silver. Any one
needing a supply ought to w rite for a circu
lar, or send S3 ceuts fr a sample si-t of tea
I am now ready aad willing to receive
the revenue of 179. and in my opinion tax
payers will tiud it to their interest to pay
without further notice and save the penalty
that attaches on delinquent tax-payers, etc.
Yours truly. John Hoik;e,
THE CHEAPEST PLACE
to co for imioU and shoes either to have
them madtj to order or buy ready made, is
at C. Koch's, Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth treet. He lxmaht lii
.stock of boots and shoes, leather and liud
ins betore the late rise, and will jjive the
pulilie the benefit by feliinix at the old
prices. lo not fail to call when in n"ed of
''oodsln his line.
Note Heads as low as per 1.000.
Letter Heads as low a- fl 73 per
Imperial I'iil Heais as low a- $2 pr
Rills Ladiug as low as $;J 30 er 1,000.
Envelops, and priutini; ? 30 to $t (Ki
At The Ri'f.i.Ki'iN job oiP.ee.
.Iosi.imi A. Evans, at Ciifton, N. II.. thu
writes , Mr. Fellow: "I believe, under
kind Providi-nc". that Mr. Fellows' Coin
pound Syrup of Hyp(iji!ii)j.j)hiti-s h iieen
the means of ritonn botli my wife and
daughter. Tlje latl.-r I'rouiTulierriilarCon
siimjition iiud I Imiie the afflicted will avail
thciiiM'lves tf iis u?e."
Oi l! ph'-cnl liHlikiu system i a vast
improvi'iiieiit on that of twenty years :i',"i,
as every one imist admit who reineinl.ers
the ;r ui!ie Iiud wild cat money.
Any man wlio is so Miion as to denv this
should take a do" of Mott's Liver Pills,
and recover his norma! lu'.itaiy condition
as s'khi as po-Mlic.
Fi:uM a ln-nvii isiiki Physician.-
Prof. Oreeii. a distiiiL'iiisli''d allopathic phy
sician, wrote to the Medical Hei;oid. of At
lanta, J.a.. to tin- ell'ecl that af:ei all other
tneans had failed, he sent for the Kidney
Cure, iS'ite Kidney ami Liver Citre.'. and to
his astonishment cured n scnoit- ca" of
Rright's Disease by adinini-feriti it, anl
afterwards found it equally beneficial in
other cusi's. He nil vised his brother physi
cians to use it in preference to anything
c!-.e for l.idnev disorders.
Thk I'hjUNT and chariiiiii',' actre-si,
Mi-s Marian Morduiit. of the lhoadway
theater. New York, was taken suddenly
with a si'veiv lioai-seiiess was iiiiabln to
p'-rl'orm: a triend r 'coinmeiiile 1 Giies' Lin
iment Iodide Ammonia: the curewa rapid
!iies' pii!.s cure. uppresioii. Sold bv
all lis u.ists. Send tor pamphlet. Or.
lili s. I'.'n W.-vt r.ru adway. Trial si.e '.'3
cell's, lialriay Rrotheri. a 'tits.
I'i;i.s (iy Dm iiii:s. -The fe" of doctors i
an item that very malic persons are inter-
I'sted ill jiM af niesent. We lielii'Ve the
schedule fur visits i- $:, which would tax
a man ronlmed lo h;s bed lor a year, and
III need ol a datlv visit, over iSl.Oilt) a venr
for a lui'dical nltendatice alone! And one
sltie'le bol tie ol Hop Hitters taken in lime
would save the Jfl.lMIO ami all t!i" y ear's
sickin'-s. .- post.
My (!ooi) Wum v.n wliv are von s out ol
sorts, never able k tell folks that yon me
well ; r.-ii to one it's all caused in the first
place by habitual cniislipation, which has
no don'. i tinai'y caii.-ed licrantjed kidivys
and liver. The sure curi-for eonstipatii 'n.
i- llie celebialed Kidney-Wort, ll is also
a specific remedy for all kidney and lier
diseases. Thousands are cured by it cv. rv
ni'iiiii. Try it at once.
Wvsn, liiadford Co., Pa.
Me-si's. Morgan v'v: Allen, 30 John St. New
Dear Sirs.-I Iiud the "('ntKtiriiii,,
Water an excellent remedy for the diseases
for which ii is n com mended, I have used a
considerable of it in my practice with en
tire success. I h ive on' Imnd a case of en
larged piostate Ldnnd with irritability of
the neck of the bladder, which I cannot' re
lieve with any Hiino as well its Constitution
Watir, You u ill please send im: one-half
ih..cn bottles by express, C. O. ).,tis soon s
poH.-th!e, us the dru:';.:is!s at Tawanda have
none M present . I rpect you to make the
usual discount which you make to druu'irists
nm) physicians. Direct to Oliver C. Styles,
M. D. Ask your druUl for it.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
To-day is Washintfton's birth day.
- The Ohio at Cincinnati is falling.
We regret to learn of the illne.sa ol the
little daughter of Mrs. Dr. Marean.
Mr. Jacob Klee has already received
forty carloads ot ice for the summer trade.
Our citizens, who attended Mardi Oras
at New Orleans, will soon commence re
turning. The Knights of Honor give notice in
another column of a lecture at Temperance
hall this week.
Lost Yesterday evening a gold baud
bracelet, chain attached. The finder will
please leave it at this office.
Geo. OTIara has a few copies of the
l'Purin-Blatt" a German comic eastern pa
per, for sale at his drug store.
Don't forget that the popular and
"Faultless" live cent cigar is for sale.
Wholesale and retail, by F. Korsmeyer,
Ohio Levee, corner Sixth street.
The Delta fire company proposes to
give a private masquerade ball in their
hall on or about March 1st. Invitations
will appear in due time.
The Champion is still laid up at the
foot of Twelfth street. The necessary re
pails ou her boilers will, however, soon be
completed, wdien she will start out again.
-Mr. Pat. Fitzirerahl is still in possession
of the fine stallion, mentioned in these col
umns some time ago. His appearance uion
the streets yesterday, attracted genera! at
tention. To-day luauy ol our citizens will don
their best apparel and not beamaed by the
shower of dandruff, to wdiicli they have
been accustomed. They have been using
Thomas' Hair Soap.
The next man to be coniMituIited is
Mr. A. S. Robertson. They say it is a girl
heavy, healthy and happy, and opened
its eyes upon tiiis world early yesterday
Mr. R-echer has described tiie man
who has too much religion us being heaven
ly diuuk, and it is already remarked that
Henry Ward was never accused of being
We formed the acquaintance of Mr.
H.irb. Thompson, the present pilot of the
dim Fisk. yesterday, while he was upon
o.tr streets making himself agreeable to our
Rob. Stewart found it impossible to
open his sa'.o!i on the corner of Twelfth
an t Wa-iiinuton yesterday as lie contem
plated. The arrangements v is m iking
for '.lie opening are cxteti-ive.
Tom O'NVd. the man whocha.sed Geo.
Lohr with an open pocket knife the other
day. was brought before Ju-tice Coming
and lined fifty dollars and costs for disor
derly conduct. He was given ten hours to
leave the ci'y.
On Wednesday evening, at the resi
dence of t'apt. W. M. Williams, the schol-
ais of ii-s Annie Pitcher will entertain all !
who may be present, w ith an exhibition of !
their musical talent. A very pleasant time j
is looked forward to. J
--Mr. E. C. Ford, has rented the store
room recently vacated bv Phil Saup an 1 ;
will occupy it with his bracket and picture
store. He informs us that he expects to
keep s full assortment of Horsnian's cele
biated archery goods as soon as the season
-The ''Pitt case". .;,r in other words the
i ts ' it the net a who stabbed yiitin Wil
lie Tessier in Mound City while that buri;
was afire, wiil coini! tip for trial in the
Pulaski county circuit court to-morrow.
The M'-cham murder case will be taken up
after the negro has been disposed of.
Tli city debt, compromised to date,
amounts to ?'2"1.0o( and the county debt
to 32,000 -making the Ut:, debt which
has so far been compromis ed $:i0ij,0no.
These figures show that goo 1 headway has
of late been made in the matter of com
promising out debt.
- It is rnmor."l that Mr. Walton Wiight
contemplates leasing the ice. house below
the St. Cliaile hotel. oi'ni"ily occupied by
!ii-e, , mmis Jc Co., and lh.it he will lay
ill a siippiy of ic:- sufficiently large to freeze
out tli" yellow lever should thai disease
pay Us a vi-.it 1 his year.
--The betler class of our colored people,
had a ball in their teinperaiic; hall lu-t
Friday night which was a vi ry creditable
ail'air. The ball was handsome! v decorated
and no improper characters wen- admitted.
Ilereafier their hal! will be ti-ed o,ilv for
theiritwn puriMseH. So they say.
-Mes-is. Lanetister and Rice have s.u
lew of those burglar proof w indow I'a teners
on han I for sale cheap. They can be fast
ened on any window in a few minute, mid
will lock either sa'h. raised oi lowered,
wherever desired. They are strong, dura
ble, neat and ornamental. No windpw
should be without them.
Mr, W. P. Webster, advance agent for
llaverly's church choir opera company,
called npon us yesterday evening. The
company appears in Ihis city on M ueh 1st,
and for one night only. They will give the
opera of Pinafore in an altogether hiillmnt
and superior style. See tidveiiixerncni else
where on this page.
A county Sunday .-chool convention
will be held Kt Ivc a on March (Ith and 7;h,
uud it is expected that not a tew of our
citizens will attend. The Male of Illinois
is divided for Sunday school purpose as it
is for political purposes, into districts,
counties and precincts, aud each of these
three divisions have their organizations
and officers. The president ot the district
organization is Prof. C. W. Jerome, of C'r
bondale; of the county organization, Mr.
II. Leighton aud of the precinct organiza
tion, Mr. M. Easterday. Prof. Jerome,
who is a mau of much talent, will deliver
an address at the opening of the meeting
and it is believed that much business of in
terest will be transacted.
Alfred Davis wits yesterday brought
before Justice Osborn and fined five dol
lars for disorderly conduct. The warrant
for his arrest was sworn oat not less than
two months ago, but fearing to face justice
he fled the country and returned only the
other day when lie was "pulled'' and
brought before the court.
Col. Robert Lowery ariived in Cairo
yesterday, lie has, since his absence from
this city, delivered quite a number of lec
tures in various cities in this state, and we
know from exchanges that lie made
friends wherever he went. It is his inten
tion to remain only a few days. Where he
goes to from here we have uot learned.
The advocacy of Tiif. Ri:i.i.ktix of
Col. Wui.lt. Morrison for president. Hon.
John If. Oberly. fur governor, and Hon.
Thus. W. H.tlliday, tor congress, has set
the press of this state and district to talk
ing about these gentlemen. The compli
ments they receive from both Democratic,
and Republican journals are very (Utter
ing. A day or two ago it young man arrived
in this city on the Greenville, from New
Madrid, and loitering about the streets at
night w:i robbed of his pocket hook, con
taining twelve dollars, at th coni'T of
Fourteenth street and Ohio Levee. The
robbers were negroes, well known to the
poiice, and made good their escape before
The coroner s jury summoned to sit on
the corpse of the child spoken of in yester
day's Rt i.i.ktin found that although cir
cumstances were suspicious, there was no
evidence to show that the case was cue of
infanticide, and their verdict was given ac
cordingly. Dunlapaud the woman Rums
were discharged from custody, and the
corpse turned over to Dunlap. the father,
for burial in the seven mile grave-yard.
-An Englishman. uaiii"d A. Jacobs,
was arrested by Officer Schuckers for ped
dling pens without licen-e. It was ascer
tained that he had sold pens to Messrs. Ed.
Dezonia, II. Wells. T. Kerth, J. M. Phillips
and E. H. Halliday. and accordingly these
gentlemen were brought into court to tes
tify against Mr. Jacobs. He was lined fif
teen dollars and co-ts and as he left
the court room he swore eternal vengeance
against "this blaisted country and blarsted
The Georgia Minstrels, all genuine ne
groes, created a decided sensation yester
day. They have a splendid brass band,
which paraded the streets in the morning
discoursing tine music. At night the
theater was jammed. The performances
were all veiy creditable. The end men
were all up to their business, and made fun
for the million. The music was good, the
dancing excellent, and the comicalities
were first-class. -J Montgomery Advertiser
and Mail. Oct. Hi. 17.
The choir of St. Joseph's church is a
very superior one mid is highly spoken of
by till who have of late attended that
church. The following are the ladies and
gentlemen who compose it. Organist,
Miss H. M. Foley; first soprano. Mrs. Mad
den: second soprano, Mi-s Annie Duill:
alio. Mrs, Haelle. The following are the
gentlemen: Mr. Valuer, soprano; Mr.
John S mders, tenor: Mr. ('. il i"lle. first
base; .ocph McNamara, second base.
We were yesterday informed by Mr.
Pat. Clancy that the mau who had been
murdered three-quarters of a mile above
Dorigola on the night of the 7th iiist., was
not a 'thieving Iranip whoso
tiani" was unknown," but that he
was im honest and industrious ivuii. whose
name was .John Cotmcrs, and who, for
quite a while, had worked in the Illinois
Central yards of this city, under Mr. Frank
Dougherty. Mr. Clancy was well acquaint
ed with the murdered man, nod slates that
he has relatives living ill Massachusetts.
-We called Upon Mr. MeGahey ill his
lumber yard yesterday morning and found
him luisy preparing for the opening spring
trade. As n Martcr he has bought out the
stor k of )i. F. Curtis, at Hodges' Park,
consisting of forty to fifty thousand feet of
seasoned cypress ol all dimensions, and
contracted with Mr. Rartleson, of Oakwood,
lor one hundred thousand feet of assorted
lumber. Inside of thirty days his yard
will be supplied with stock to fill any
order. He has now on hand a large stock
of ash and cypress llooring, shingles, lath,
etc., and is prepnred to furnish nil kinds of
side walk lumber, curbing, etc. Yard, cor
tier Twentieth and Washington avenue,
Dr. C R. Clark, 'the herbal doctor, yes
terdny had the front of his bnilding,on Ohio
levee, nenr the corner of Fourteenth slrc.et,
elaborately decorated with Hags both large
anil sinnll, and had sewed to each of Ihcin
a piece of green cloth, which, we were in
formed by the gcnlleman himself, denoted
that he was a Grcenbacker, The llngH,
which were c.onspiciiounly hung, attracted
n great deal of attention, und crcuted not a
little comment. In conversation with Mr.
(.'lark we were informed that he had al
ready compiled Dvo books of "truths" on
D K. J. W. T II OMAS'
A WOXDERFCL FERTILIZER CONTAINING THE ACTIVE PRINCIPLE F"ll
THK HUMAN HAIR.
I be hair audtralp to a uoniml condition, tlilckon thiii hair, mops It fulling oat aud prt vciita daielrnl
All 8i:aly. Crii-ty.Ciilnui'ous Eruptiona nfllie Sculp, ullayo thu Ittblug Hcusatloii und will nmaprve re
Hair lor a Lifetime. 1
IT WU.l, NOT KOII.
rim room diilicato fabric, anil In dunduly prefral.l to ura-y ointment, ili-Hi-rlmi tonic and iiohmi
wiclu-a, while 11 is much cheaper la price, and rrou rroui the unpluaaantuea liicldenl to tuulr u-
Til K HOAP KMIMIYKI)
I purely vcei-liihlu, and aiiuply a vehicle containing coaily medicine fperlfltally for the hair and ri!a
which remain intact whun incorporated witli a uvulral soap. ' '
Prepared nnderlhi- immediate T r TlIfUMO ... .
luatrticiiomoi " l JliAUAo, Hair and Sculp Specialist
Price 50 cent per cake. Three cakes $1.23. GEO. E. O'HARA, Sole Agt, Cairo, 111.
the Greenback question and was in con
stant correspondence with leading Green
back statesmen. He expresses a willing
ness to address a Cairo audience upon the
'issues ot the day" at any time he may be
called upon: and this he will do free of
Mrs, llorain, of Mound City, is in
Mr. Herman Meyers, the tobacconist,
is at home again.
Mr. II. T. Diggs and wife, of New
Madrid, weie yesterday in the city.
(.'(instable Hogan, who has been absent
from tiie city for several days, returned
Mr. C. A. Reck, of Centralia, an official
of the Illinois Central ratltoad, was in tin
city yesterday on business connected with
Mr. Will L'.'ineu. well known to some
of our young people, accidentally shot him
self at his home in Rood county, this state,
a few days since. The woiuid though
painful is not consideied ilaiigcroii-.
Father Mastei ioti conducts services in
St. Patrick's church to day
Services iii the Episcop il church to
day as usual, conducted by Rev. Dnid A.
Father llogin conducts sci vices in M.
Joseph's Catholic church to-day, .at the
Rev. George preaches 'in the Presley,
terinii church, morning and evening, at the
usual hours to-day.
On aeco.int of the absence of l,.y.
whittaker these will be no preaching in the
Methodist c hurch to-diy. Sunday school
will convene af the usual hour, however.
Tin' Usual seiviecs will lie Conducted
by Rev. E. Knappe in the German I.ut.-i tit
church this morning. An English sermon
will be preached in the evening, to which
all, but esjir. i.iiiy th" young people, are
cor iiallv invit "I.
i$'-t hams in the world at tie- New Yotk
store for J 0 1 j cts. per pound, retail.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFER
fu:: 'mi-, wi.kk KSoiv. sti now, n.uiti
A!!V '.'i. Hsl). KEroR I'KO UV M KWE-K-lY
A in., It K VI. Kl Uli I .KNs.
Frank A. liiishey and ll-uuy Dnick- rto
(i'-o. Walker, d I: part of lot known a
s:iw mid tract, Santa IV.
T. J. Craig and wife to Edward K-pp.
W.D : pt w hi km qr of section town -hip.
south range west.
Trustees city property to Henry Schmidt,
S. W. !.: lot- '.") to , biock 73 city.
Salmon Haiew iod to Nancy J. Whit
aker, ('. I), pt n w qr ofnw qr section
1, township 14 Sotlth, rang'- 1. Wis!.
Triist.-s city property to R. F. Ruth.S.W.
D. lot 1, block ii. city; lot 14 and 13. block.
I. cily: lot 13 aid 111. block 27, city.
RIVI'ON IH' ITER.
Tiiis, eleWrated cimic baiter at th" New
York Store by the tub 'il cents, by tin- cady
for family use '.'S cents,
C. I. P.T!h'.t Si ( o.
TIIE GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
The exercises last l-'iiday aft 'itioon in
Miss Iv. A. Thompson's room, at the Thir-teenil-i
street school, were of unilsital inter,
Washington's birthday being near at
hand the exercises ol' the nlteni'ion were
devoted to its celcbiation.
The room was tastefully decorated with
the American flag, and from above the
platform the genial face of
looked down upon tiie school from among
tin- folds of Ihe "stars aud stripes" he so
nobly defended. The programme consisted
of recitations, compositions, songs and sen
timents. An account of Ihe six noted buttles
led by Washington were given by
members of the A class with great credit
The essays of Amy Wilson, Maud Lnf
lin, and Florence Williamson were excel
lent, and the recitations of a portion of the
"Coiistiltltion," and the "Address til War
ren" given in concert by Ihe school were
Wintie Dunning read a selection in
clear and distinct voice, mid the boys of
the C class gave a recitation which was
much enjoyed by all.
Among the sentiments was one given by
"THK HOYS of ot ii wiiooi,;
may their Iitlle hatchets cut many chips
from the free of knowledge." Ry request
Rev. R. V. George responded in behalf of
the boys, "May our girls become as noble
women as Martha Washington."
Miss McKcc wrote on the board, in pho
nography, an anecdote of Washington,
which the school had not seen, requesting
them to read it. The promptness with
which they responded showed the thorough,
ness of their knowledge and the
nirc ess. ok tiieiii teach k.
After a short and forcible address from
Mr. George, the exercises were closed by
The visitors present were mure than ever
convinced that the grammar room of
tli-Thirteenth street hool is one of t!
best taught schools in in the city, and tin'
Miss K. A. Thompson and Miss M K "
ratiK among the first and best of our teach
ers -in fact that they are not excelled bv
Thk : demand for Sr. J.moh's On. i, a
touishing. but 110 wonder, for I have my
self used it, and found it the most etfectie
remedy in the matket. Win. Sintjic. I,
Druggist, R.ickfort, Ind.
NIP AND TICK.
Of the many flittering notices of this ce'
btated French com-'dy which we r-o-ivc in
ail our exchanges, the following front tie-Globe-DemiHTat
of Feb. Kth, speak- la
"Gi'.anii Oi-hiu lIuisK. -Nip and Tuc
was produced heie for the lir-t Glue la.
night. The theutcr was crow-led. und tie
play, which is an English adaptation of the
French comedy Tiecochet ct Cacolet. tv.
D'Ennery. the author of the T wo Orphan-,
kept the audience laughing through th- en
tiie performance. The omedy-drania is
well constructed, the dialogue' is brig:,'
and sparkling, the characters to a grcit ex
tent novel and the opKirtuiiities given .
displaying -pecial abilities nuin--roii,
Nip and Tuck is a firm of detvetivs,
w ho,, dill'-'r.-nce of chaiacter is pniiounc
cd, and wiio are constantly w nking agait,-'.
each oth.ir in a way that places .r-h o'lc f
in a iiiosi ludicrous li-gtit b--ii.,- the pub:;.
They assume iiigm.-cs, which, while pei
ceptibio. to the audience, are absilu! -.-,
op tune to each other, and in their ilirTereil'
g irl an I ginu x they (nine into f'ri () u-!i:
colli-ioii, while both working to ferret :'.
and being to ju-tice to th" criminal in !,
play. Harry Webber piays the part
Nicholas Nip, the mo-t vi-r-atile partner,
mid D. H. Fitpatrick that of Tracer Ti.i k
Webber appears in four or five characteri i
tions with mngs, and is the bright puttie-,
lai star f the combination. J,. j, ,-;,.Vl
impt i sun ator. and in ;dl that he did p,.'
night p'eised his audience g:.-.,t
Mr. Fitputr:ck's Tin k adds to the int !
of the entertainment. Nip and Tuck h ;.
the sain-1 mission that is intended for wi-.y
other play to amti and it dors '.:,
most sin c-ssfully."
Rvolie.'t that this magiiiiii - nt org in; 1
lion will k-in this city, at the Atbi 'ieum,
on February Reserved scats are no
on -ate at 11 art man'- i.:;t 'c-.x:i i charg,.
Rest line of c,-ln goods and dried lrt:; : i
Cairo. App'.-s. pi -aches, pears, etc.. at New
York store. I J i y Jour goods where they
are sold the i heapest.
C'. O. I'atikk Si Co.
TliiirsiliiY Kwiix l;ol). 'lt
Taelin-at liraaialir event wlil poiitm-ly m arii i
tlm a Inn i- il it -.
Tin- lati-'t Kunipi'iin and New York su.-. . ...
Nip aii.iT no k
An a liiptii iuii and Ir'tn.iatni" nf ,ilpli Il-Kt;
ni-rv's I ri'ie li I .tniedy, " 1'iii uniet t Cat
I'.le'-," in f.llll' ;e l". t!',l.'alC! In .lllllli
ll'-'lllom. Ill , lili'li He- renew i cd
i a.irselei ( oioeil i u n.
Mr. I I arry Yr Hm-p
Will lipp-il'S "N ll' Hill. AS Nil'.' Nil IMII tr I
a powerllil Dramatic r.anp.'in v , i,mb-r do' tnaa
a." m nt of .Mi JOSEPH' A. ol I.li'ls.
Si 'iirrv linpurieil JNil painted u!ler Hp' n:ii;!i,il
Art I (.round aliotil H-niil.irt AUrn y A 'l II
The WeM l.awn I li'imlii ; ll-'iinlorl A libi-v Ylur
i!er. ,.i'l III Nip & Turk's oilli Three Turn
Yard, London; 1'niin'N l,iHlik-i::li's I.imIhiii;-- : A
Terr hie O-'iitli Art IV lis 1 1 iuli str-el. li.n
niondfy: Wonderful llennin'ini'iit ami HYulLti.
'I'lililranx (irnnd Meclouili ul Ktfeet.
I'opillui' I'liri-C Thll prlre the Jilllllll- relUire to
,-tii v ilr.i'li eiiieitHliinii'tit.
AilmlK-lon .Mrenls. secured eat wllhoiit c'!a
rlinri;''. 7'' c-uils. To he oliialnrd at llartiiiiiu'-.
J'.iwil ivi'l.v Oii!. Niejlu Only.
Moiiil.iy Kveiiiiijjf. March Ut
I'inalbt'c y.v llxccllncc!
J. If. IliivcrlyV Justly Cekd),'!i!ed
In the Sparkling tin ei'r ivelrotiie Operelte,
II. M. S. PINAFORE
A Cust oiTlienoniiiial Singers. A Large innl
Klllcleiit Oii'lioMra. Kl'i-iianl New Scen
ery am! I'lbtliorate Costiiiui'S.
N'ohvlth-lanilliiif Hie (-iiiirinoin. evtieii.eof tliU
Muniinotli m jaulziilion, tin- iirlr.es will lie plured
at the nximmely low pricii ol "5 cent mid l.m),
No lottra clwirni) for ronervi'd i-ents. Itos aheet
opuu Friday ruornliii; at Huu llartinu'.