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THE DAILY CAIRO M'LLKTIN: SATURDAY MOKMftU, JANUARY 4. 1870.
rover.VrunrSf:U.KR,S LIVF.R FILLS litvc
JUwiilliu Umlirl r.int!y for l.ivir Comprint.
Vwrt'vMra, bick 11 d,iciie, i'Hin in rihouluerii nr
Jbwk, Uurlue, i o,iteu U'Ukuj. iipt mei k
lid all dtif irUins frjtn denuded 't.ile ol llio
Li,.mih ThutiiitA Admit, of nil aiintly.
., nv: 'Heller- S'lIU have ttuvi-J liiimlrciU of
4ollr'i! doctor' biiln 111 IliH Cunutry. It. h.
IUm A Co., i'rop.Utui, l'ilubur,;, la. liMta
llror, AkvuW. Cuiro.
rjpHE GREAT BLOOD TOXIC
)Vf lhocnr r.f a'.l dlenc arl'ltvj from Im'ie.rn
kioo.1, and tvr Iuvlritiii2 und .Iren'lieuim; Ihe
Hilori-ii. Areuet weak, uervcuc, (1 -liilitit'O'I.
jjii'ltiuvlais.l! lUvii jca lust yonr appetite:
1U yon miu-w. p.tiu in the buck. &cf It m. Dr.
Un,'ey' hi jod S MKSvr w III drive out tue dl'ea,!
odkrinst lCJt luo iiloom of Health. l'linpU-n.
Voils Lry!pe:. 'iV.ter. :i!t Rheum. 4r.. are but
urft iBillc.itiout of Ulond liicu: and lr. Lluil
.y li'.oid Sourctier, bv ur;r iu the nvitem 'oft
mi lh k'.n wl liei-ntl'lien the comokvioii. hold
Vt all rtrmri-O'. I lOjierboillo. H. t. .Viler,
I mpricL r, I'llUbur,;, Pa. UurcUy Urm., Agouti
gELIXIfS COUGH SYRUP.
Ori r 1 A"W.yJ botti .tld. It li tbc mot plaint
rut popular rcine'.y f.ir Cou ;h. l.V.d. rot,
llwrue and a'ltliroit mid Inn tll-tcues. im
krt u lu Ufc for half A ceuturv. Joae-tr reeomtaeiia
ud prwrlu It. J. K. Vuutnno, Luu-, 1'. it.. U;s
y: "Itmtved inv tvu children ri'ui Ue Jrtve.
A I.. Simmon, of HuKiuiore. Md.. al'o .i: "It
wUl cure the wur.t toiiU immediately." A'k your
(frur'iturK-.ui.T.il storekeeper for it and Uku uo
tlier, Frio. iv.. tJ.. mi 'I $1.00 per buttle. eiel
lor circular. It. K. seller Jt Co., Proprietors.
I'tttfkuiit, Pa. Eiirclcy Bro . Ac-uln, Cairo.
H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Snrjoon.
tVffioo 1 Conimercl.il ovenna. Ruoldenca corner
Vonrl e.-itli bt. ud W'u!iiUi;ton avenue, Cairo.
T 11. SMITH, M. D.
Oilii'e nml RiI'1uiir :
0. !M TIIIRTfiKSTll' STltEET, CAIRO, H.L.
11. E. V. YllITLOClv1
OtncB-N''. MC Coinincxclal Avenus. btwoiin
fJuhtu airJ Niulu btreuu
U. W. C. JOCELYN.
C'rKlCE ElKhtU titrct-t, nuarCoramerclol Avenue.
C P. WUEELEIl,
OFFICE Oblo L.-vee. hut. Fourth and SWth t.
IXEGAR ic LANSDE',
At to r ney s-n t- Law.
C'PKICB No. 113 Commercial Avenac.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
CmciAL PAPEUO? ALEXANDER COCNTT.
4uly Morniuj J).iily in Southern Illinois.
We in autborlzcd to ntiuo'Jtire tlie name of Au
runo Cosiinih ax n cuudidatu lor City Treasurer ut
tUo uuvalu city ebciiou.
We are athoriled to annojuce the name of Wai.
TSiiL. BniaToL at n candldalu !or I he 'lli' e cf City
Vrt'ururvr, ut tbu eufuiu-; iliurturvlrcilju.
Jionrn. to whom it J(at oosciiiiy. The Cairo
liulJutlu Co., will pay li bll'.a contracted ly any of
lU mplo)'e. or uny one connected with The lin.
krtin. nulcj4 tlii.' iiiiu la iiiadu on a wrltleu order
Uned by niTwlf, and the order uiut bi.' attached to
tku bill wlieu iirei-vutci'i.
.Skini Orri'-n. (
Caiiih. I.'.. .I.'in. :. b7!i. i
Time, ilurl Tlier lium Wind. Vel. Vnallo r.
p. ui. aiui
N W .
Miixlmiim Tcmivritiire. lip; Minimum Teui-noi-uiu.e
;) - ; ICInfall, U.O).
W. Il.lt Y.
Huru't Slifiitl Co ps. U. H. A.
Tlie Tuxpiiyci's' iihhocintion, luivinur no
pr.in InisiiR'Ss in view, l'lilud to inert
If this kind of wnnth'.T doesn't 'iT ct
ofcuri1 ot'tr:iui)ia;ii, til ! tlisLMS. in oim tliut
is cntirsly ii)ck'i.Mit)(.'nt of utnn-ili'!ii(
Master Guorn Clark, of this city, wan
onaoi'tlf! nix iipiiiiciititit for h cmlcfsliip,
tJiut w.tj r.'iinrtjil t'avoruhly t.) tlio S.i'n;ta
ry of tlio Navy.
T in b j 1 of Mr. nilfrcy'n child, bur
hi U"iu lb; )r.-iiiis!Mfri)iu wliicli his home
wiw r.'CJiitiy Diiiii mi, has n -cn taken up
. uni rtf'ouriud in tin "aivcn inilu j.'ravc
rutrick Moran, who whh tnc 1 hcfiitu
'H iuirci Couii iM u;id :ru ch n' of ai.lin;; a
;r i,i t (.'rfL'Hp:) fr mi p ilkviniiii who hi I
Jiiin iu cliar'u on New Von r V luy, wan nr
quitted. -Mr. Looin S'.iiii'ki rs nml Mr, Eiti'in
I'llh cM.-iidiMl'tlit lr Ni-w Yuir'h chIIh to
Cii.if.e-tnii, Mibwniri, wh -r , iniainy;
trala or t .vn, th 'y iciiniiii d MMim wiiat
lm;; ir thin tin y inlriiilcd.
Tli j Nnv Y.nu's vUitin;? card of Mr
F. S. K lit wim a naiijO) nll'iir, nml rmi
uintiv Kopnipri it. Tin- card of Mr. IJ irnctt
Wiiiiin lii'e'iiimH nih.-tilnti! fur the Daii.v
lSl'I.I.KTIN that Wilfli't iiMU'd,
Vlx or cl'ht hcidiiH Mill ri'inain in
tlm ifpidcinic liuryln' ttttitr". tlm Imdv of
John Stanton n;r tlio lat mm ri'iimvad
Mr. O ntiiili ) ami Itoln-rti, who liavn per
ii.niicd iinwt of tho work, arj nlill in tlm
Cak'rt of Iro ri'Hchiii'.' from hhoru to
khN LT.t tt'ii ncro llidda of il, wenj
t'owly p.iwin out of tlm Ohio, ycati'rdav
thrmii'i lii it 'rot ,. it uny ininutu. Il tin;
llvr tit not cloned tliin mot ui '., wc h)ioii!i
liito to know what kind of w -ntltci it I t
walling for. ,
Tlii tranafur tonincr Mct'oinb wh un
bio Ui do duty yviturday, Ixciuhc of the
vast acjt:mu!ation of ico at tlio foot of the
Kentucky incline. Until tlio river blocks
or fr..'Mi'S ovor, t'.io sfitnc cUitaclo will con
tinuB h the way, piitti.i' a complcto cni
bargo on tho transfer of frtighta.
Despite the unfavorable nuguries con
cerning Aldiinnan O'Callahau, which were
inJulgi-d Thursday cvoniu";, ho was much
better yesterday evening, with a good pros
pect ofhii complete recovery. It affords
us pleasure to make this announcement.
The following named gentlemen con
sitituto the new board of trustees of tho
Presbyterian church : Messrs. John Wood,
John M. LHusdcn, 8. J. Ayers, John Muc
kie, Walter llyslop, E. W. Green and J. S.
R'.-arden, Mr. Ay res was chosen chairman.
Wall street is where money is made
rapidly. You may realize hundreds of dol
lars by investing $30 in stock operations
through tho reliable house of Alex. Froth
inghaui & Co., brokers. 12 Wall street, New
York. Their Weekly Financial Report
gives fall information and is tent free.
The election to (ill the Far-ris vacancy
in the Representative delegation from the
5 1st district, comes off to-day. The Demo
crats have no regular nominee in the Seld,
l.m t will vote for Dr. Ilalliday, of Metropo
lis, who is an independent caudidate. N t
more than one-fourth of the usual vote will
In the round house, before furnace
doors of our mills, in the railroad depot,
everywhere where they can find warmth,
the tramps were congregated yesterday in
considerable numbers. A few of them,
driven to desperation, actually offered to give
labor for food. It is a dire extremity, how
ever, that enforces such offers.
By the use of the microphone you can
hear the rope walk or the butter fly. Cos
ton Globe. Or tlie t;um drop. Free Press.
Or the fall of the year. Richmond (Va.)
Raton. Or a bed tick. Champaign Ga
Z"ttc. Or a ram paut.--Chamniign Union.
Or a stove pip? or a peach blow. Joncsboro
Gazette. Or a lolli pop, or a muffin ring.
Two deck hands who left a steamer at
Columbus a few days ngo, and made the
trip to Cairo on f)ot, Are now in St. Mary's
hospital with badly froz.:n feet. It cannot
be determined for a day or two whether the
limbs can be saved of whether it will be
come necessary to' amputate them. The
poor fellows are said to be suffering terri
At 7 o'clock yesterday morning, the
thermometer, in an exposed position, scored
ten degrees below zero. It is safj to say
that two hours earlier it was three or font
degrees colder. If so, the night was the
coldest experienced by our citizens siuce
the winter of 13C2, when fifteen degrees be
low z':ro was the mark of the bank ther
mometer on the Ohio levee.
The heavy floating ica in the Ohio, tore
loose a barge moored near the Ilalliday
coal dump, ycfterday morning, and, with
tho four or live men and boys on board,
arried it out into the stream. The effat.-
of the tugs to reach the barge were un
availing because of tli heavy ice. The
transfer Morgan came to tho rescue, how
ever, and towed the barge und its crew
safely to the shore.
Justus Cunningham made his appear
ance in tin Cairo police courts, yesterday.
but took no part in any of the proceedings
Mr. C. has gained a reputation as acriinina.
lawyer, which we hope none of his brotlrn
lawyers envy him. lining magnanimous
men, we can safely nay that none of them
lo envy him. Since he wears his honoi
meekly, not one of them would snatch a
hingle chaplet from his brow if they could
This is what we like to see: Lawycis
dwelling tog ither in brotherly unity.
9 niii confusion and flurry will be pre
vented another New Year, if the ladies of
the city who propose to receive will fix
upon the liour at which tln ii doors will be
ipeni'd. Several calls made before II)
o'clock, last Wednesday, occasioned some
i nibarassment because of incomplete toil
Is and otht r preparations; mid it is from
Mich a quarter that we receive the sugges
tion that gmtlem mi be informed of the
hour when calls wid hi agreeable, etc.
The January number of tho 8t. Louis
M igi.zin ! has Iktii delivered to its Cairo
subscribers, nml is regarded mh a public a
lion that vellects credit upon its puh
lish 'rs, Its contents arc up to the maga
'.uie standard, a nuuilter of the articles be
ing exceedingly well written, while the
typography iu ipiite faultiest!. We feel no
limitation in saying that it is the best dollar
magazine published in the United States.
The February number will contain un illus
trated history of tho city of Cairo.
Patrick Hughes, the individual who
g ive tlie police so Hindi trouble on New
Year's ilny, was brought out for trial before
po.ice magistrate llird, yesterday; but wilh
oiit confuting Messrs. Mulkey and Leek,
his nt'oniey.", took a change of venue to
'htpurc R'ibiiisoii, wher; he pi aided guilty
to the charge preferred against him, nml
whh lined 10 and costs, the whole amount
ing to I2.71'5. What rchtitution Mr. Yin
cent and Mrs. Ctdliliaii exp ct for the win
dows llitH man smashed, we are not nble to
state. If it is deeni'id worth the trouble,
Mr. I. will probably be held to account for
tlio broken windows.
Boincliinu during Thursday night or
h'Tore daylight yesterday morning, the
" ping apaiti'i'.'iit of Mr. Clark, engineer
oi I ue inuih er teiimer .1. fc. .Morgan, was
b .:; i rimiVy entered, and line gold
watch mnl chain carried away. No clue
law been obtained to tlu vi.dau, ullhough
a very sharp lookout was k -pt oil day yes
terday. This is tho fourth burglury com
mitted in Cairo within a week. Isn't it
about time to shoot somebody? With a
force of only four watclimcn it is not ex
pect d that ad se survHlao ii exerci-cd
over all tho houses in the city, and, as a
consequence, citizens mmt keep a look out
In the confusion, hurry, etc., incident
to tho holidays, tho ball held by the Rough
and Ready iro company on tlu evening of
the 31st ultimo, was quite fornttej, until
yesterday, when we were reminded of oi.r
forgetfulness by li-tening to tlie pr.iis.'s be
stowed upon the inanag me itand the aff.ir
itself, by an enthusiastic participant. It
was very largely attended. The hall was
crowded in fact; but at no time was there
any lack of genuine fun and enjoyment.
Every tiling turned out just as the manage
ment designed, :;nd nobody left the hull dis
satisfied with hisor her evening's experience.
The Roughs may congratulate themselves
upon the fact of cn.dsi-'etingthe largest and
most successful re-u:;io:i of the winter.
Tho killing cf I'.aptist H i'stoin's mule
several days sine, was'aa act of the most
tieudish cruelty. Tho tmim d f tiling to
come up, as us'inl, baptist made search for
it, and found it in tlie vicinity of the I rick-
yurd. It was stretched upon the ground
with a full half bushel cf its intestines pro
truding from a ,r;at gash that had been
made i:i it be ly apparently with an cxe.
The animal died a few minutes after it was
found; but it was thought that the wouxd
had been inflicted several hours before, as a
portion of the intestines bore marks that in
dicated that thev had been trailed over the
ground. The heartless dastard who in
flicted the injury is uutit fur association with
either men or brutes, and should be penned
up for tlie balance of his days, as we would
cage a California Hon or a Bengal tiger. A
more fiendish act of cruelty it is difficult to
We invite the attention of our readers
and especially ot those who contemplate
the erection or repair of buildings to the
card of John A. Poor, carpenter and build
er. It is so well known to the people of
Cairo that Mr. Poor is a complete master
of Ins trade that it seems a work of super
erogation to mention tho fact; but if there
wasn't something in keeping one's business
consUnt'y before tlie public, nolxidy would
put out signs or advertise. Jo mauc;i:i
present more satisfactory references as to
his skill and integrity as a ineelianb than
can hj seen in the work perfumed by Mr.
Poor in Cairo. Among the recent build
ings elected by him are the addition to tlit
New York store, Mr. Koch's new house.
Mr. Kline's residence, etc. lie is one of
the contractors a:td bin. dors who hasn t
learned the trick ..cf slighting work. II:;
does good wok at the least price fur which
good work can be performed.
THE EEl'OIiM CH I! MEETING LAST
With the thermometer ranging tit or near
zero, und with sidewalks so slippery that
sinners as well as saints found it ilillicult to
urdtit;iin a perpendicular, even the greut at
traction of President Allyns name failed to
call nut a full house at the rooms of the
Rj'.'orm dub. But those who did brave the
daugeis of the gh.s.-y sidewa.ks mid the ex
treme 1'ro.stiness of the night air, fou:ii
abundant compensation in Dr. Allyn's i.d
dnsi. It Wiis received with unmistakable
demonstrations of pleasure, ami is consid
ered the most forcible, scholarly und effec
tive address yet delivered in the city. It n
to be regretted that everybody in the cit)
did not hear it; and the number is not a
small one that insists that (he Doctor slnll
be brought to Cairo under more favorable
If the club has not been addressed as
ofti;ti and by us ub'e men as seem desirable
and profitable, the fault cat. only tinea not
.lie at the door nl dipt. William, the Cor
responding Secretary, lie lias had his
"feelers" out in every iliivetion, as was in
dicated by the letters read by the K;cord
ing Secretary. '
A letter was read from Mr. Thomas C.
Marshall, of Blandville, Ky., consenting to
visit Cairo for the purpose nf addressing
the club, about the middle of February.
Also one front Hon. F. M. Y.magblood,
of R niton, Franklin county, who says he
will bo hero to talk to the Cairo temper
ance paop.e, next Friday evening.
A well written, happily worded letter
from Mr. J.S. Petri e, of Pimdumyviile was
also read. Mr. P. bade tho cause God
speed In U ilro, liut distrusting bis aiiilit to
entertain our people, ho respectfully dec in
The secivtmy of the Thebes Reform cub
aeknow, edged, with thanks, the rece p of
an invitation to bj present in Cairo on the
25th ult., to tthure tho good cheer of the
ciub spread in the Relorm mi nis for the
delectation of all who might choose tc at
tend. Fur the iiprarcnt delinquency ol'the
Tiiubes folks the s -cretaiy rendered n void
excuse, which was that the invitation ti b
pu s ail on the 2f)ili didn't come to loud
until the 27th.
Discovering that the business of the tlub
would occupy too much time, if enti uly,
disposed of, on motion of ( apt. Willums
the further consideration of business mat
ters was postponed until to-night, vhen
there will be uu exclusively business neet-ing-
Is your life worth '.Vl centsr if its do
not iieg nct r coiig'i or co'd. Us )r.
Bull's Coiixh Wyrup at onco ami bi 'urad
ly that ever failing remedy.
AUVEIlTISCt) I.KTTKK4 IN TUB CAIRO I'OHT
omC'E, JANUARY 4, IS 711,
Hum ;', Mury
Urown, Kinllv A.
Dli Uermii, .Vitrtlia
Ko-li r. Mmt'e
Join ', l orn M,
I.IUtlKltl. K (i.
Minion. S. A.
.Mrllrlae, l rtn ieV.
Turner, .Mary '
Andcraoii. Oi.'n (!!)
lleeHier. J. II.
llei k in n ti . C. M.
Fester, II V.
I.eiinon. I'.Ulo li.
Mnrrlii. L. A.
I' uikx ilauies
; .ov, ii. Lee
t on, h i. A.
i nil. cm. Chp.r'ca
iveii.r. E. F.
I'aiuln-rty, e'npt. J. J.
Faru'worih. fiuo. W .
I it'; raid, Win.
e;.rie--. I.. II
tlfiivil. Ed. I'..
Hail, Je-Bie Jl.
liar .J. II.
J i N .M en
I aim f, Gutty A.
Hukaid. i:. il.
Leniell, Hiiiieit !j . (.')
Mi hi I. Joan
N outer, Jainea It.
1'rlte. A C.
Hnyno d', T J .
SlrlT', J C.
Riiinbrick, M '-Intel
ltellil'. W. W.
)i iamiii. (ilieppe
I mi t Imr. r rm k
I'l-ld. Ur. I". C.
tlU.vir. ilolm 1'.
(.i, en. Win.
Illxmi. H 1 1 r
I'o,kin. .loha R.
.lore'. J. It. W. W.
Krupp. I.e't !
jAonitrd. Edward (J)
Mc ulloiij.-li, II. M.
New toll, Ren
I'utt li.tt ten. S- C.
lamii ke, l.iMirw
Si'hriK'iler. C'hii' !"
Maiihlel, Kr.'iiiU W.
si iik.'. l'l.-mk
.-roil, Id, Fr.mk
Mmp'oii, W II.
Viui.b r.n-r, .. M.
W.iiiI. s. Jl.
PEOPLE WHO AUVEIJTISE.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will hold their regular meeting in
the Temperance Reform Hall, this after
noon (Saturday) at b' o'clock, by order of
the Union. Moj.uk E. Wkiir,
There seems to be? a disposition on tho
part of the friends and relatives of the re
maining yellow fever dead, burned outside
the Mississippi levee, to lag in their duly
to the departed. As many as took any in
terest or had lieeessiry funds to exhume
and re-bury have done so; and while the
weather continues cold and parties stand
ready to do the work reasonably, we would
admonish all interested nut to h t this cold
snap pass. If tlnse who remain there are
to be left where buried on ace utit nf m-glcct
or instiflicisney of moivy, then we stand
ready and willing to subscribe our propor
tion towards having them taken care of.
Let some, one put tlie matter before the
people. W.t. Gehrickr,
J. V.. Park.
Branch Office of Willinnis.' Steam Dye
Winks, of Evunsville, at Mrs. James' No.
41 Eighth street, Cairo, Ils.
Now is the time to get your Overcoats
and Wiuter Suits. A. Maux,
CI Ohio Levee,
is tile best and cheapest place, to yo to gel
them. Trv him and be convinced.
My Motto "Q nek sales and small
profit." So have your money I y calling at
the Iti.nberyiTd of .1. S. MeGaln y. iliuM
ing m .terial of all kinds, including side
walk Ml 1 curbing luade-r. f"d ir posts, ete.
A!o. five t v i-lease Moiine wagons for .!
tir tr ule.
Co.v Lost. Estrayed aw ty. last Simdav.
a black cow both hind feet w hite, spot i,i
left flunk, upp t ha. f crop oil' of ri.ht ear
an I slit in left ear, oim Ii ru at t.r: point,
a little lower than the other. A suitable
reward will be paid. L;avi; word with
David S;ott, i'llh street near Cedar.
or g-ttid well made, well (rimmed, well
e;W"d, fashionable cut and iiut lining
Juitl ing is at
tit Ohio L;v;e,
l'his liotise h is established th t reputation of
wding the iihsT odods t'r tint money, of
any house in the city. Every gaiineiit
mailed ill PLAIN Hot ltl.s.
E. A. BrUER has the largest stock of
Diannllds, Watches, Clocks, Si i vei Win-' all'1
.Mt.sieal Instruments ever br.night to Cairo.
BUACTY AND WORTH lll'ii Cnmblll 'd ill til'!
fraud "O.imax" bast-burner stove. Mica
doors, nickel-plated fenders ami ornaments.
The htmlsonr'st and h ;t beiting stove in
the market, and the ' Grand Charter Oak"
conking stove has not its equal in any luar
k.'f. It is comp'.ct t in all its departments,
ioth for sale by 0. W. Henderson, 1H4
.!on Run uk Kit. having taleen tin; moms
ilthe corner of Fi iiiteenth ami Wnshing-
bniiventi', laley occupied by Petting
lird, h is open al a siloon which will be
jntinl first-class in eveiy appoiiitnieiit, To
lis old friends and the pub. ic generally,
lu extends a cordial invitation to call. His
lar is supplied with only the choicest of
lines, liquors ami cordials, and his rooms
ire attractive and pleasant.
1 (Jam. at Ed. Bud-r's, corner of Eighth
itrect und Washington iivcnuc, nntl look
through his slock of Jcwcliy nml Silver
vare, It will repay n visit.
Am 11 ikisk Pvatt has not been unmind
ful of the approach of the holidays, and
In order 1 1 supply smite of Ihe dei.amU
of the occasion, he htm laid in a veiy nt
tr.tel.ivu slock of pliologiiipliic alliums, auto
graphic albums, cui!toi:,rd pictures, pictine
books, and numerous oilier articles that will
form a part of tho supply that will bo pro
vided for nearly every house in the city.
peoiijsnx mi ug srrora,
CO 1 1. COMiMKUCIA I j AV. AN J.) KlcniTKKNTJ I ST,
GEO. li O'HAHA, Proprietor,
la Biipplled n llh a fall Htorlf of Freeh l)rut;'. Miitb liit a and CtirmltuU of undoubted porltjr.
Al'o Toilet Soups, Perfumery, Rruxbeii, ci,:., and a Full I.lnonf all tho popular l'atcDt Family KfU
cluea ol lliud.iy, '
t-tf-rjipei'lal Care nml Attention srlven to the emu pound Ins (if pliynlelans' iireRrrlptlnnK.
A T V A :n rr
K L AlllNlUllOllll
Over other Refined
FOR ALL ILLUMINATING PURPOSES.
Persons wiu It iv 3 n eillrr tinit imr nclimtian to investigate tho peculiar merit of tin
various gr.td nf Refined Petroleum, ask why
K T-j A. I N" m I
THE FAMILY SAPEGUAltD OIL,
150 Fahrenheit Fire Tost,
Is Safer and Bvttor than Other
CANNOT 13 L:
And is the very Highest Grade of Illuminating Oil from which, in the proccsj of
manufacture, Every Impurity Has Been KUmir.atod. Elaine is Free from
Benzine and l'.iratiine. In Cnlor, Elainu is Spring Water White,
and its "Fire Test" is So High ns to miikt! it as Absolutely
Safe as any dominant Known. Having No Dis
ugiecitblc. Odor, Elaine ia a Pleasant Oil
For Futility use.
IT J)OKS , NOT INC1UJST TIIK WICK I
And thus is avoided its Frequent Rctrimniing.
CAUTION should be used in the pc.ttha.se rf Elaine, as its great end growing,
p. pulaiity has induced the introduction of imitations.
ask rem it. !sk no otiikii oil in vouit lamps i
KeIl HALI'J II V
viioi;i:ha li-: agents,
THE BOSS CLOTH 1 EI.
The Boss Clothier in the city, is
(il Ohio Lrvkk.
This can be easily proved by going to
him, ami trying his Clothes, ami you w ill
swear he's the B ss.
Blank I'ooks of every description can
In purchased much cheaper than elsewhere,
from Ambrose Pyatt. Stationery and
ofHco fixtures equally low.
For a good shave tor ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-live cents, go to Henry
Schick's barber simp, No. 112 Commercial
At the packing Iioiish of llinkle,
Thistlewood it Moore, on Commercial av
euve, 0110 hundred hogs a day are ( tit up,
consequently pigs' feet, spuro-rilm, back
bones and other trimmings are for sale in
large or small quantities, nt almost "give
away" prices. Tho linn are putting up
very line new lard in small packages, for
family use. To this they invite special at
in dead earnest! Hcdiops a thunderbolt
in the way of
A (dean sweep made. The public to be
No trash offered us a decoy. I have
ppaco to mention only 11 few articles:
Men's (! icy Overcoats
CtiHsini 'ie lm .iiiesR Suits,
Good Ctissimcro Pants,
v A. MARX,
CI Ohio Leroo.
A. G i: S O I?
Products of Petroleum
Oils? It is because Elaine
IXPLO DMD I
Don't complete your holiday purchase,
until you visit the establishment of Am
brose Pyatt. He has a great many
articles, useful and ornamental, that you
will buy em sight, when you learn the aston
ishingly low figures.
JOHN A. TOOK,
Carpenter and Contractor
6II0F ON TENTH 8TRF.F.T,
(between Wuhliij;ton and Wultiut.)
Estimates on bit'lding, on losses by firo
or other wlie made on tdinrt notice.
A LI, work Intruded lo him will receive trnmpt
nit nllon. und will lie executed In a (at tfuclurjr
ST0CK1I I.DF.U'S MEKT1X0.
VJOTICH.-A mO"llnniif the utotkhoidem nf tli
.LN City Nutliiinil ltiiiik, fur iheelncllon of a Hoard
or Director', will lie held In the tiQlco ol the Inn,
on Tnii'diiy. ihu Hiti day nf .Inuiinrv next, nt lit
o'clock A. 11, V UYhI.01. Cunhler,
500 REWAIM) !
Fur aCimu of tlm futlowinn I)lsiiu which tho dir
ferulil lillinliers ot
Dr. Forbes' HEALTH PADS
Will not euro with Reiiinrkahlit Sucm.m,
v . , J Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, etc.
ISO. 1 . j i,icf, $2.
( Kidney, Spine and Bladder nf
No. 2 ! lections, ami Nervous Prostia-
( tion. Price, fJ.
v ) Female Diseases and Womb Af
M' '' fections, Price 3.
So. 4: J
Influiimtioi' of tho Lungs, Bron-
chilis and Asthma. Price, $5.
The above reward dtieit not ttiiply to OawtP nlrwidl
III IIih niiriflrnl or fulul Htue. On receipt of prloa
will "'lid I'nil by mull. llewHra of liiilliUltiuu, tuL
.uu. but lb. I'orbtm. itTPhm,
17J Kirn Ht., Cincinnati. Ohio, and Ivtru purlkultr.
Impeiiiint to invalid.