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yW9veraO,eara SELLER'S LIVER FILLS have.
bMm tba wnUM remedy for Livor tomplalnt.
Si DuIliSi. Vo.tted Toimn. lever mid Airun,
dliSS?rWn from . 'run-ed ntr t , o i he
Itveror HUHiiach. Thomas AJw". ' J """"'i
K mm: BH.r" Fill- ved hundred, of
J)m"lo 1Ur.' Mil- In tlil country.
rjTE GREAT BLOOD TONIC
Vor the f nrc nf !1 dl-ee.M rWtn from Iinr"
KUd for lnlp,liu and "rcna-he,, u l I
Uuloririua. Avou weak, ii.-rroun. deullila ml.
lilooa lV.ee; and Dr. u...t.
the .Ulu and b-..tl(l,. thy comulM Ion. Id
ttitur;lrmbirS, ft. U.rclay 1)1.. A-enl
gKLLEW COUGH SYRUP.
wr 1 000 000 bottle, wild. It it the mot ple.nnt
iMiwv am) all throat aud luiitf diwn''". '
m "or half century. Uortor. r; "d
d iimerllw it. J. H Yoaniau, Long 1'. ( . H';.
"y. Tt my uvo children fr.m th .
i i Hiininiiii'. of Baltimore. Md-alco ): 11
lu ror tb w" r eon Immediately." Ak jour
Jwr " or.!-rf..r It and ukj no
JrlrcnUr K B. teller Co.. Propria,
PIllA.uiv, ). HrdayBro.. Agenu. Cairo.
r, II. MAUEAN, II. D.,
Homcopathlsrhysiclan and Surjeon.
Offxa 1T8 Comraercl.il avenn". Residence comer
rSurtwlhsi ?nd WiU)utoa avenue, Cairo.
y K. SMITH, M. D.
Oftire anil lteslunee:
VO. 21 TEIRTKESTH BTEKKT, CAIRO, ILL.
U. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornc No. IV, Commorclnl Atcnne, Velwn
tUxhlli nd Ninth Strwu
jR W. C. JOCELYJi,
KriCS-Kigtitk Struct, near Commercial Arenne.
0?ITICK Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth and WlTih
ISEGAR & LA.XSDEN,
titTICB-No. 114 Commercial Aenu.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
omciAL VATEK OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
? Oulj ilorninif Daily in Southern Illinois.
W ara authorized to annonnce tho name of Ai.
raful oJimoK a a e&udiii.U! for City Treuurtr at
TVe are athorlsed to announce tb namo of Wai.
nu L IIkwtoi. a caudlriate !or the uttlro of City
Trianrcr at 1 1' ensuiug charter election.
' Hotu K no" it ooncirs. The Cairo
BnlWin t' P"y D0 0Ilt:'actc(1 "7 y of
u elD..) i'H. or aay one connected with Tin Bri
Ler., nn'.e the fame li made on a written order
,i.nHl by mj wlf, and the order ninjt be attached to
Ute bill when pri'tcuted.
E A. DiravBTT,
Stujiat Orri". I
Cairo. 111.. Jitn. H. 1ST. (
a p. m. 8M'iO
Maximum Temperuture. U; Vd iimuui Vcui-
W. II. HAY.
Seru't Signal C irpn, U. H. A.
Great lmrguiui ia blouclicJ uhJ brown
cottons at Stuurt'n.
Tlicro wits not a case of any nutim in
tho jKlice court yesterday.
A number of our renders express a ik
:re to hear troni "Linwooil" again.
Baptibt Sunday school in Turner hull
thiB morning ut the cu.stouiary hour.
Preaching in the Presbyterian church
to-tlay at 11 a. in., uml half mt 7 in the
An elegant line n::w hosiery at prices
that can not be duplicated elsewhere,
'fc.'uurt, Eighth street.
The Rev. Mr. Wliiltaker will conduct
j'Tviecs in th'; M. E. church to-day at the
hour of 10 :J0 n. in., and 7:1)0 p. in.
Hlfighs und Kleds nro rapidly giving
place to the more sightly spring wagon, ua
yehiclea for the delivery of good, etc,
The ladies of tho Catholic Church St.
Tatricks will give a fair at the Hibernian
Engine IIouh ', commencing next TuufJay.
Services in the Lutheran church, under
the minit-trution of the Rev. Mr. Duerscliner
tu-day, r.t the usual hours, morning Mid
There was not a single nrrest made by
the police during Friday night, and none
daring y.-Bt rrJay. This means a remark
ably quiet city.
. The presenc e of the ice, uided by a fall
ing river, grounded the r.U-amer Eckert,
tght bfflore last. Hhe is lying opposite the
foot of Eighth street.
& rvtcei in the Chnrchofthc Redeemer
to-day ut 10:!!0 a. in., and 7:!)0 p. in., Rev.
JMllon I'c, r-ctor, olllciating. Sabbath
nchool at the umul hour.
P.irties paying gi bills on or before
MonJi.v evening, will bo allowed t'ni u-md
ilucount, which, during these times, is it
Tho Mexican excursionists, merchants
of Chicago, Milwaukee and other cities, arc
expected in Cairo this morning. They will
breakfaht with mine host Egnew.
Ald. rman O'CV.lahnn's condition had
somewhat improved yesterday; nnd if iie
receives no set back will soon leave his sick
room for his post of duty.
- Circuit court, Judge O. A. Harker, pre
siding, John A. Reeve, clerk, John Hodges,
Kherilfund W. C. Mulkey, Esq., prosecuting
attorney, convene to-morrow morning.
Pat Clancy having purchased the lots
nt the corner of levee and Fourth streets,
proposes to proceed, with all due expedi
tion, to tho erection of a business house.
Cattle, hogs, men and women and boys
croi and recross the Mississippi on the ice,
every hour of the dsy. Two twodiorso
teams nff'cted n sate crossing, yesterday
The boys of the city are converting tho
sidewalks into a skating rink. In some
parts of the city, yesterday, tho skaters were
sufficiently numerous to form an intolerable
The next annual meeting of the
Southern Illinois Medical association will
be held at Ceutralia. on the 15th and ICth
inst. The Illinois Central will give excur-.
Wc are sorry to karn that some of the
little ones of the city are sulToring from at
tacks of diphtheria among others, the in
teresting little twin girls of Mr. Charley
There is a stubborn determination on
tho part of the Ohio river to neither gorge
nor freeze over. Late yesterday evening
great floes, acrss in extent, were moving
along with their customary sluggishness.
The Murphysboro Independent comes
to our exchange table greatly improved in
both manner and matter. It is the only
Democratic paper in Jackson county, and
wo noto this evidence of ita prosperity with
Mr. Will Stimson, formerly yard-inn-ter
of the I. C. R. R. in this city, arrived in
Cairo yesterday. Mr. S. is tilling the po
sition of freight conductor on the upper
portion of thn road, making his home in
The Iron Mountain railroad conductors
re to Iw: uniformed, the company overeom
in" 'the "repugnance" of the conductors to
such marks of distinction, by paying half
the cost of tin uniforms. At least, so the
Sun hath it.
Why ii it that the signal sen-ice ther
mometer marks the temperature of the
weather at from C to l degrees above the
figures marked by private thermometers?
Since surroundings and altitude don't ex
plain the matter, what will?
Rarton, of the Carbondale Free Press
lets loose another vial of his wrath on post
mn iler Me.Keaitf's devoted head this week.
asserui.f, murker! emphasis mat Mac's
time is up, and he must step down and out
of the Cairo post office.
The .Supreme court meets in Spring
field to-morrow. Judge linker will leavo
for that city by the train this afternoon, or
the train following. The business of tin
term will probably nucoiatate bis absence
until about the middle of February.
A gentleman who claims that he has
been a close observer of tho weather clerk's
doings, assured us yesterday that seventce::
inches of snow huve fallen in Cairo since
the fust snow tall. We didn't believe him
but we did not, right then and there, say so
There is a pro.-pect that the St. Louis
"little prodigy," Evelyn Spyer, will soon
appear before a Cairo audience. Elsewhere
in tlii.-i issue we publish an extract from tin:
biographical sketch of her as it appeared in
tho January number of the St. Louis Maga
An unusually large quantity of ice w ill
bo put up in Cairo this winter. Halliday
llrothers will store away a thousand tons or
so; and ut least six or eight other firms or
individuals will put away supplies ranging
from 100 to GOO tons. The ice is heavy
firm, solid, pure and flinty.
We have in Cairojust at this time, a
number of unusually shrewd house-Lreakers
They may not have escaped suspicion, but
they have certainly escaped both nrrest and
detection. As four night watchmen are
unable to police the entire city, our citizens
must establish their own watches.
The large accumulation of ice at the
foot of tho Kentucky inelinu, continues to
act as an effectual barrier against tho trans
fer business. A force of men were engaged in
effort yesterday to clear it away, so that the
McCoinb might resume her trips; but the
progress made whs not very encouraging.
Tho Missouri people, joined by a num
ber of Cairo young folks, had ft gay time of
it on board the steamer Commonwealth, ly
ing at the Missouri shore, last night. The
tine cabin of tho boat was surrendered to
the crowd, a string band was brought in,
and the rest is left to the reader's imagi
nation. We are requested to state that tho Cir
cuit court will convent) to-morrow, nnd nil
jurymen served for January term will he
expected to be in attendance. As it is
desirable, for several reasons, to get through
the business of the term as soon as possible,
delinquency on the part of jurors and wit
nesses will not hi- tolerated.
The sloping apartment ot Mr. Adams.
M'-n. Hi lidiiy's bend lniller, was eiilev::d
Si'lll MO.-' b 'V ell lMw--.-. ". . ,.
daylii-t w -.' t l-iy iiioniilv nv i'",)h.f
that must have had a J'Mi.s ''i .iou-l
knowledge of the arrageniei't of M ' jn i- '.
THE DAILY CAI.no lUiUETIN: SUNDAY MOHMM. JANUARY 5, 1ST0.
ses. A coat, vest and a pair of pants and a
few other articles were carried away, and
Mill remain in the hands of the burglar.
-No leu than thirty tnmpa slept in the
round house, nigh b;fro last, huddling
themselves about the sand-stove and in the
piles of warm sand, as compactly as they
could stow themselves away. Had there
been "room for morj" the room would have
been occupied, for there was no lack of that
class in the city.
The funeral services of Mrs. II. Mc
Carthy, deceased, will be held at St. Pat
rick's Catholic church nt half-past one this
r. M. Special funeral train will leave the
foot of Eighth street ut two o'clock for
Villa Ridge, where the remaius will be in
terred. Friends ami acquaintances of the
fumilv are invited to attend.
Thecircuit court dockctofcontiuued and
new cases, to be disposed of during the
term of tho Circuit court, that is to convene
to-morrow, is the smallest that hts engaged
the attention of the court for tweuty-tive
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years. LIIUSS llie grunu jury j;nnu oui n
number of indictments the criminal bus
iness can be disposed of in n couple of days.
It stands confessed en ail sid.---, Ve-
believe, that R.Jones, who; headquarters .
are in the Athen.'iun, ttnnds unsurpawed
as a maker of fashionable Units and slot s.
If, then, you wants boots or shoes, rciiem
ber that, if Jones makes them, they wil !
strictlv according to Ktyle, manufmur.d
from Xo. 1 stock, and by the best soc
men in America, always guur.tnt.su
complete and satUfactory fit, and tine
never fails to demonstrate tin- excekree
ot his work and mut.-rial.
Among the bodies that remain i; the
epidemic burying place, beyond the iree,
are those of young Houston Dickey, rs.
Stoner, John Wurren, and Mrs. Sheiian
whose death is ascribed by her friem'sto
her noble devotion to w hat she conceivu to
be her duty. These bodies will, most lkdy
be removed ; but a few others tw'.l ruuia
where they are, to rest as well perhap as
those removed; but necessarily suffer irg
lect even tiie rude signs of their gra s to
be wiped out, and all knowledge of heir
exact whereabouts forgotten.
A Missourian- with a tr.-mendou-bm-
dle of pelts came to Rird's Point, yeteliy,
on horseback, and failing to secure feif.a?,
shouldered his skins and walked tall the uy
to the upper ferry, where h-' crossed or
on the ice. He carried his bundle if fif,
weighing somewhere between one hnndrd
and two hundreds pounds V distaneef
about eight mile?, after haling broupt
them about twenty-five rnihVi on hop
back. Whenth? character cfWwci.tlr
and the roads is taken into the Veo'mt, e
can aooieciatj the sort ot a .lli.nu-rel
the man had to travel to rai.-
A im.Li.i of ooloreO uiru liiij
ed soma effort during the past fct
the work of obtaining money and
tions to aid tli2 erection of a n
building for Rev. Robert Caldv
Raptist Mission society. The
on Twelfth und Walnut streetshave Ireuh- ,,,, of thc. s:il, ul()rog,:v nnd corn
been purchased, and a cor.siclirable par.f, ,,,,..,, A1, t;,U am, mt! WJ, tXj.cte.l;
the money necessary to secttie the
oi the church either s'loseioe I or ill(t.
cd. It is the purpose of tose baviig ,t:
project in hand to pay us I hey go, and I've
too buih.i'ig paid lor when complied.
They ure decidedly and sensibly oppose to
debts und mortguges, and propose to hve
none of them.
On Wednesday next the Illinois (-n-cral
Assembly will convene in the cup'M at
Springfield. Every citizen of Cairo, tml of
the .loth district for that matter, can sift
rest under the absolute conviction liv our
Representative, Mr. T. W. Halliday, ,'ushis
eye upon all the needs of bis cotistitit nis;
but if anybody has any measure i.i view
that seems to provide for any of the vants
of the people and the period, Mr. .'I. will
doubtless lend that peisoa an attentve e'ir.
To bain Springfield to e.-dst in the organi
zation of tho House, Mr. Hallidiy will
probably leave Cairo to-day or to-uorrow.
The (!ity-Registered -Railroad-loud in
terest tax, levied by the Auditor f State
upon the taxable propcrtyof Cairo, for the
present llenal year, is one percentun, or one
dollar tax upon every hundred dollr.v.s'
worth of property. The Coiinty-Rg'Htcrcd-Railroad-bond
tax, levied upon all of the
property of the county, including that of
Cairo, is eighty cents on the $100 both'
levies being equivalent, to a tin of H on
every $1000 worth of taxable property in
Cairo, and fS on every thousand dollars in
tho county. The County Clerk is extend
ing the tax, nnd the Collector's book will
be ready for delivery about tho 1st daj of
Wc met a Chicago friend in the dry
yesterday, who expressed surprise that Giro
real estate does not command almost, any
price tho owner might feel inclined tousk
for it. Contemplating the river bank liiod
with steamboats, our five railroads tav,od
with all the business they can alt nil to,
our merchants busy, mills in full blu-t md
mechanics employed, he regarded (mm ns
the busiest city he had seen ir years, ( hi
cago ho regards tut a wonderful citt ; but
thinks that something is radically wi ng in
her leal estate market. To give an ili a of
the depreciation that town loU mil city
really hail undergone, ho related itliulo
anecdote, about us follows: A yoiuie niiin
I bid won tint iiU'ejiiona of the only daughter
i soap boiler. The weildhi;' day
: " .'in!.'d, uml tho old man fwllng
i,,., ..' i:t.rHt-d asked his prosi"ctivo
l.tw it ov he wim lU ;d. The young
man replied that In had saved . '2.000,
"How is dot monlnh! Vitro you got him'?"
"Every dollar In well located town lots"
was the exultant respouse. "Mine kra-shus,
sheetniny !" untyouctim mit me, und dir.ks
I gif mine dotter doo von dam popper!
Yoost eoom dis house oud, you dam sehw In
die! and dake" but words that followed
were h'-t in the rapid t-huffiing of feet und
the iioue of suddenly overturned furniture.
A citizen standing on the next corner saw a
young man leap down a flight of front
steps, just in advance of a tremendous leg
thftt wassbot at his rear with the force of e.
ciapult. And that's the estimate in which
Cjiicago r?ilty is held by her own more
thrifty pc '
alks of the city were so slip-
pt'ry y evening, that no person,
U!iles Tic was "rough shod" or provided with
irwi claws to his boots, could confidently
C'cuat upon maintaining his perpendicular
fcr a distance of mure th in ten steps.
T '-very hundred fdt of the we:!-s;de Wash
iigtou avenue sidewalk ab ;ve Fourteenth,
turo were tiiree or four very quick and
(ositive falls. We counted two or three of
liem ourselves. Tito walk i s inwardly,
.nd the individual who neglected to devote
I)is whol,, at.,.ntjon t tUL. Wi,r-: t,f
both heel and toe, was invariably shot out
into the bottom. Hut, in what part of the
city were the walks much better? The
whole out-dixr popu'ation sjemed to have
resolved iti.'li' iit) a r.;c; of sii-lers oud
KHlLMI.Y CRITICISM OK A CITIZU:
r.i:it rof thelWIWtln:
I am one of the great number of citizens
that are dumbfounded over the report of the
Committee of Ten the committee that was
to suggest means that would forever-and-a-day
protec t the people of Cairo from epi
demic diseases, aud particularly from the
yellow fever. This was expected, and the
names of the gentlemen composing the
committee gave promise that the expecta
tion would be realized as oear'y as jxissible.
But what is the result? What are we to do
to keep the yellow fever out, should it aguin
besiege our city? The Committee of Ten
jays: Disinfect your privies, cut down the
Cottonwood trees, thin out the other trees
and shoot tho pigeons! This, w ith the sug
gestion that a health officer be tiup'.oyi-d the
year round, comprises the saint total if the
committee's suggestions! The mountain
labored and brought forth a mouse!
The people of Cain hud a riht to expect
from such intelligent gentlemen as com
posed the committee, and did expect, sug
gestions comprehensive enough to embrace
the whoL- hituatioa. They expected the
suggestion of a thorough system of cleanli
ness in and ubout the homes and houses of
the city; the compulsory use of disinfec
tants weekly or send-monthly, duting the
hot months, by cv-rybody ; the needful at
tention to the drains and sewer-', and ponds
of the city; an inspection of cisterns and
nut - houses, and a i!an for an effectiv; ouar-
imiiiM ttuit woulil friirinl the southern
i ..,.,..,..1 ; ....:
The only cxplaiia
ti.m I can thii.k of i.-; t!
is, tliut the commit-
thc matter., charged to them, no
! !'!', ' r'.on. T!i-v held uo ineit'.ngs f r con
sultation, and most likely adopted the sug
gestions of one man, dotted down without
any thought whatever. 1 have too high an
pinion of the committee to come to any
other conclusion; and feel very certain that
if thc same committee will meet again, und
give the subject two hours' honest discus
sion and thought, they will be enabled to
make suggestions that will win tin respect
t the pcopl", and the attention of the city
Yi i-y respectfully yairs,
Eci.ipsi: No. 1.
The rising generation ought to be pro
tected against the stupefying itillueneo of
Ojiiuin preparations. We call the attention
of all mothers to the fact that Br. Bull's
Buby Syrup is absolutely free fn m Lauda
num or other Ophites.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
At a meeting of the members of Alex
ander Lodge, SSI, I. O. O. F. held at their
hall December iiO, 1878, the following pre-
umble and re-oludous were unanimously
Whereas, The fell destroyer has once
more thrust in Ins lev baud, and taken
from our midst, while yet in the prime of
life and day of greatest usefulness, our
worthy Ilrothcr P. G., Frederick M. stock
lleth, and win reus, wo feel called upon to
give expression to our grief, and mingle our
sorrows with those ot the bereaved widow
and the community at large. Therefore
Resolved, That in tho death of Brother
Frederick M.Stocklleth, this Lodge has lost
H worthy member and truu Odd Fellow, the
efficient widow a faithful, true, loving und
kind husband and protector, his .associates
und companions in lite a noble hearted
wholn Honied, generous, and true friend, und
the community at large, u good, upright
Resolved, That this lodge room be drupe
in mourning, and brothers wear tip) usual
badge of mourning for thirty days.
Resolved, That a copy of tho above res
oliitions bo H'lil with the h 'art-felt s.vm m
thy of this lodye, to the bereaved widow,
that tho same he published in tho city pa
pers, and also be spread ut large upon tho
records ol tins l.oogi).
A. Fin sun, )
A. Co.mincih, )
Ciikw Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
riKKXIX DRUG KTORE.
pi-iaisTTX Diiua srro:R i
COILCOMMKUCJAL AV. AND KIG1 ITKENTI I T.f
GEO. E. O'HABA, Proprietor,
! auppllud with a full stock of Frch Druca, Medli Incn and th' r.lcala of undoubted .urlly.
AIm Toilet HoapB, t'erfumery, HrUMhen, etc.. and a Full Line of all Die imlar I'atmt Kifl.lty M .
clues oi thud.ny.
fy"Especial far anil AtlciiHun given to the eouiiioundln of ili.vb'lai.s' urwrlstlon.
PEOPLE WHO DVERTISE.
Wi: will make large additions to our !i
and 10 cent tables on Monday, January 0.
Rha.ncii Okhi i: of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansville, at Mrs. James' No.
17 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
Now is the time to get your Overcoats
and Winter Suits. A. Marx,
CI Ohio Levee,
is the best and else. .pi ,-t place to go to get
them. Trv him :.n I b;s convinced.
Ed. A. HiTUKit has tho largest stock of fore, and lowerthan like go. ids t anbcob
Diamouds, Watches, Clocks, Silverware and I tained unywliere in the citv. We ai
Musical Instruments ever brought to Cairo.
My Mono --"Quick sales and small
profits." So save your money by culling at
the lumber yr.rd of J. S. McGahey. Budd
ing muteriai of :,il kinds, including side
walk and curbing lumber, cedar posts, etc.
Also, five two-horse Moline wagons for sale
Bkautv and worth are combined in the
grnd "Climax" ba.v-burncr Move. Mica
doors, nickel-plut -d f-nders and ornaments.
The Innd-omest and best heating stove in
the market, and the "Grand Charter Ouk"
cooking stove ha., not its equal in any mar
k"t. It is complete in all iu depajtmenu.
Both for sale by C. W. Henderson, 194
Elkoant assortment Ladies and Child
ren's fine custom shoes. Every pair war
ranted not to rip, and at prices lower than
JoeRonkker, having taken the rooms
at the comer of Fourteenth and Washing
ton avenue, lately occupied by Pettis &
Bird, has opened a saloon which will be
found first-class in every appoiutmrnt, To
his old friends and the public generally,
he extends a cordial invitation to cull. His
bar is supplied with only the choicot of
wines, liquors and cordials, and bis rooms
tin attractive and pleasant.
Call ut Ed. Buder'a, corner of Eighth
street and Washington avenue, ami look
through his stock of Jewelry and Silver
ware. It will repay a visit.
for good well made, well trimmed, well
sewed, fashionable cut and neat fitting
Clothing is at
01 Ohio Levee.
This houielm established the- reputation of
selling the ur.sT ooons for the money, of
any bouse in the city. Every garrneut
marked in plain fiockes.
Bi.vnk Books of every i
be purchased much cheaper than Isewheie.
front Ambrose Pyatt. Stationery and
office fixture.! equally low.
Fop. a good shave tor ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's barber shop, No. 14 2 Commercial
Amuuosu Pyatt ha.s not been unmind
ful of the approach of the holidays, and
in order to supply some of the deuauds
of the occasion, he has laid in a very at-
tractive stock of photographic albums, auto
graphic albums, embossed pictures, picture
books, and numerous other articles that will
form upArt of the supply that will be pro
vided for nearly every bouse in the city.
Com.' Com.. F. M. Waid has onhun I
the best cpiality of coal for sale at the mar
ket price. Very low; He will soon have
a large stock of wood of all kinds. He is
well knowu to every body and we trust
be wiil receive his full share of pa
All thc finest brands of cigars and to
bacco, fine cut and plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc., a large
and varied stock, for s tleat wholesale ami
retail, at F. Korsmyers, Sixth street tieur
Thkrk 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 duty
to tho departed. As many us took any in-'
terest or had necessary 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 not to let this cold
snap pass. If those who remain there are
to bo left where buried on account of neglect
or insufficiency of money, then wo stand
ready and willing to subscribe our propor
tion towards having them taken cure of.
Let some ono put the matter before tho
people Wm. Geurickk,
J. E. Park.
Don't complete your holiday purchases
until you visit tho establishment ol Am
bioso Pyatt. Ho bun a great many
articles, useful and ornamontal, that you
will buy on Bight, when you lrn the iwton
shingly low figure.
TUK HOSS CLOTH lElw
The Iioss Clothier in the city,
01 Ohio Lkvkij.
This can be easily proved by going lo
him, und trying his Clotliet. and you wil;
swear he's the Ross.
Important to those wislong to save no;i
ey in purchasing their winter Itoois srvi
shoes. We have on hand und are still r
: criving, a compu te a--' i tmeui i men
boots and shoix. all styli s and sizes, of the
1 best St. Louis and Cincinnati Inn 1-iiiad
I goods, which we sell buyer than ever U-
have a good line of Indies ihnes of the kv,
manufacture, from a fine kid sewed, to a
course gr.sin pegged clioe, all siesi s.'!n
very close. O. Kot.it,
No. 1)0 Commercial avr-r.'!", Is'twr a
Fifth and Siith street.
Row to (tin Sick. Expose yourself ds
tnd night; cat too much witln ut xerci"' ;
wink too hard without n.t; doctor all :h.
time; take all the vile nostrums advert.!,
and then you wiil want to know
no W TO CjET WIit.L.
Which is answered m three words Tt..
Hop Bitters I See tther c olumn.
in dead earnest! lie drops a thunJerlvv?
in the way of
A clean sweep made. The public to b-
No trash offered as a decoy. I hw
pace to mention only a few articles:
Men's Gay Overcoat
Cas!nien: Business Suits
Good C'xdnicre Punts,
fil Ohio Itp.c
IJ00T AND SHOE MAKK1I
t'orimefilsl At'T.ne, hft I ('.lii'A 111
smUk6d huenthnia. I ' iUI, III.
I MMKKtf p!i in'i In annnmtle to h't pa'.nn i ani
1 the pun'.ic ji-ucmlly Ibrit lei bs l ric-Ue l t'l-
; r.m-,! and niot'n-li.-ct" Ho.'k cif I.c-ithrrs of ,
1 .arripiiiiu ever '.rotsuni ivin riiy. ora i
!,! line px-ru. tl iruDipt!y and in ci.e lj. nl m inter
Enure pullnV-limi i.vca in every ituwuce. l'.-l'-e,
to anil the lime,
JOHN A. POOH,
Carpenter and Contracjok.
SHOP OS TENTH S-TI!I".LT,
(iji tweea V,'u. h'.at'ton oi.tl Wa'ant.l
r .,.-., (l. v,.:,.!:,, on losPS j,v flf r
or nthecwis,' madr on short noliee.
VLI. work lutnj'tcl to him will rccidvn j rnnri
ultentlon. and will be executed in n f.it if
TOXT IiITVi nNT.
1JOTTO it FOGASSKS
Conducted on tlm HarnpeivT! plan. Si lilhe Cacl
tabinol Miiy nouni In the city. spu-lnl rules
for inoiilh or w-ok. to unicr people.
CuciiLCle IwilU the n stajruM n the
i'inkst riAit in Tin; CITY.
Supplied with the C'lioli-est V,'inr nnd t,lqn"r
.Mixed jiriniiK a npoeiaiu. m -t'nirsni una
huloeii Ui vii ut All ltourn. )i v met .S IkM.
STOCKIl ll.bbll'S JiF.KllXO.
VOTICi:. A niei'tlncof the hIoi 1.ho!i r ef th
ll 'll Nutiiiiml I'.niik. forllieeUrtloiiof ttllciKril
or Director, will he held In Iho ollke ol the Imuk,
on Tuesday, tho Mill duy ef January -next, ut 10
o'clock a. m. W 11 V.Sl.til', tuuhler.
$500 RE W AIM)!
ForaCaseof the fallowtnt! Dlfennii which the dif
liluiil iiinnhers ol
Dr. Forbes' HEALTH PAPS
Will uot euro with ItemaikabU Stirciw.
i . j Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, etc.
1 j Price, $2.
i Kidney, Splno and Bladder af
No. 2 ! fectiotiH, aud Nervous Frostra-
(tion. Price, sf 3.
v ,, ) Foma'.o Disease aud Womb Af
0, J, fections. Price $3.
. , Infliituatiop of tho Lungs, Bion
ISO. ; j (.jnia ,in,i Asthma. Price, IS.
Th amva reward dooa not apply to Caaea already
In th aurijlcal or tiital Ihk. On receipt or prk
will send Pad hy mall, lluwara of Irultattoni, talis
oa. but lb, Koran. Band to, cbcular tt
1T Elm St. Cincinnati. Ohio, tad team particular
Important to Invalids.