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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY M01JMNU, JANUAKY 2b. 1879.
rpili GREAT BLOOD TONIC
For .ha cure af all dleae Hln from Impure
blood, and for In vlKrt luir ami i; nu ih
Vital orvu. Arevoii weak, nervoua, dchllUii ed,
i.a! and emaciated? Have fu lost your njnicllt:?
llave you iiaiiwa. pain In the ark. A? If "J. Dr.
Undue' Blond Searcher will drive nut lhullseae
and brfar back tbo Woom ,of Health, l'lmplca,,
Bnila. JE ryalpclaa. 'otter. Halt- Rhauin. Ac- but
,urfac Indication of Wood DiM'aaoMiiid Jr. Und
acya Wood Knrchr. by purlfylim' the yicm soft
ulhe akin ami peuotinea b complexion, huld
-1y all driiifist. $1.00 per hoitV H. K. Sellers,
Proprietor, l-lttsburj, l'a. llarclay Hro., Amenta
gELLER'8 COUGH 6YRFP.
- Over 1,000.000 bottle aohl. It I" the most pleasant
and popular remedy fur fmichn. Colde. Croup.
Hoarancsa aud all throat aud disease. Han
Wn In use for half a century. Doctors recommend
and piwriho It. J. K. Youmnn, Louu r. O.. IiU
wc: 'U saved niy two children " " Krave.
A L. Simmon, of Baltimore. Md al-o .v.: "It
will rare the worst roach immediately. Ak your
ilruoriet or ei'tiernl storekeeper for It nud take u
W?, FrteV V., 50., and $1-W )'' bottle. , ,
for -lrcnlar. K. K. Seller & Co., Proprietor,
FUteburK, l'a. Barcluy Bros., Aireiiw. Cairo.
For over 50 year. SELLER'S LIVER PILLR haw
Wt the atandard remedy for I. ver " p1'1!11';
:eMlencs. hick Headache. Pain In shoulder or
Back. Dirtiness. Coated Tonsfite, Fever and A'e,
and all dluae arising from a tlerauired state of the
Liver or Stomach. Thotnaa Adams, of Hie Sanity.
K.,av: -Seller' Pllla have saved hundred of
ilollmVin doctor' hllla in this country, rt. t.
Keller A Co., Proprietor, I'ittsburs, Pa. Larc.ay
fcro., Agfiiti, Cairo.
yT II. MARE AX, M. J),
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OIHee 11 Commercial avenne. Kesldeuce corner
ort eiuh St. aud Washington avenue, t airo.
Iff R. SMITH, M. D.
Office and Residence :
ro. THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL.
E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omni-No. Ooiniuexcial Avenue, 'beiww'n
Kiphth and Ninth Street"
JU. W. C. JOCELYN,
CFTJCE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
g P. WHEELER,
OFFICE Ohio l!vee, bet. Fourth and Slxih ft:
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 118 Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COt'XTY.
Only Moruiiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
W We are authorized to aunonnce tha name of Au
' vs VoMiNtia it a candidate Tor City Treasurer at
! the esaulng city election.
We are athorlxed to announce the neme of Wai
tb L. BwaToi. aa a candidate for the office of City
i Treaaurur, at the euaulnit charter election.
j ITY CLERK.
We r authorized to announce W. K. ScurcKKB
' a candidate for City Clerk at the approaching
j UoncE. to whom rr jut concern. The Cairo
" Bulletin Co., w ill poy no bills contracted by auy of
! It employe, or any one couuected with Tue Bcl-
J lctin, nnleaa the tame la made on a written order
tdgned by inyaelf, and the order uiutt be attached to
the bill when preaented.
E. A. Bl'BNCTT,
Khjnai Orrire, I
Cairo, 111., Jan 2T. ITS. f
Time. Bar. Ther, llum Wind. Vel. Weather.
H rTuia oof 10 ra H a
:ia.tn 2 f 5 A9 70 H. 0
IJ:ll" !W K'J S. iW
8 b. m. t6 B0 M S. IJ
:! " ifll.85 63 H3 K. 11
Maximum Temperature. ti-jO; Hlnlnium Tem
perature, 51 ; Ralufalt, 0 04 iucb.
W. II. RAY.
Sera't Signal Coma, l S. A,
A on!-armeJ man and a small girl
are gaining a livelihood in Cairo by sawing
and ranking firewood.
v Owing to trouble with their pump or
water jincs the Egyptian mills were coin
H;llel to shut down yesterday.
In the case of Curl vs. Thompson, now
pending in our circuit court, forty-deven
witnesses have been examined.
Twelve freight car of the Salt I.ako
und Kansas City railroad were here yester
day, eu route South, loaded with pork.
The Illinois Central force at the car
hoist aud in and about the depot round
house, has been considerably diminished.
A number of Judgo Kird'H Cincinnati
friends met at his ofllco hist night and ills-
conned noniu of tho finest itiHtvumental
inuaio we ever heard in Cairo,
Tho Cairo City mills were running only
part of the day yesterday, it being neces
ry to let tho tires go out in order to in
truducc soino new machinery.
The MeCoinb' picked up a log yester
day or the day before, that tore , her star
board wheel all to pieces and demolished u
portion of her wheel hotiso, ' ' . ,
-llh;en Axley and Vilnn arrested
Jotln. 12- llojjsinUu for diuukeiinoss.' Rinl
fined Ih" offender two dollars-and Crmts,
and giving him a stay of execution he left
The IVjettfU-rjatr Humlfiy s hool, lit't.
Punduv, it King tlie onrusion ot Mr.;
Lefght)U,i'iiwiu(:f.iiilut).ullli:e aa cjtiperin-.
ge turn put for many wont!!.,
-rlt h taW ia .Re. ;I)il!on-Lcc Suu
dy ,nigl4'M!riiion wa a scorcher upon young
men gifwi U xsir'da'dke antl lirittorg.1 It
i to be fgi'ctteJ lhat those for whom it
was intended didn't ' hear it. It wouldn't
bii unprofitable reading matter for next
-Hon. T. V.; Hulliday returned , to
Springfield, Sunday nijlit. The General
Assembly convened ut 5 o'clock yesterday
The steam tire engine "Jack Winter,"
having been overhauled and put in good
condition, will be tried this afternoon at
half-past three, comer of Sixth and Com
Judge Raker left by the Fisk, yesterday
evening, on a business trip to Metriol;s.
He will return to Springfield Friday or Sat
urday so as to be on hand at the end of the
court's recess, which was of a week's dur
ation. The Juvenile Cairo Minstrels received
at the door Saturday night, the sum of
f 17,20. As the price of admission was
only 10 cents, and as there was, of course, a
dead head list, the Isiys had a crowd of
not less than 200 persons.
The remains of Mrs. A. Pollock were
buried in the Villa Ridge cemetery on
Sunday, the Rev. Mr. George, of this city,
officiating. The crowd :n attendance was
very large one of the largest turnouts, of
the kind, ever seen in that locality.
Twelve couple of young folks organ
ized themselves into a surprise party, last
night, and came down "like tho wo'.f ou
the fold," on our complacent friend John
Sproat. Of course they were warmly
Mr. R. P. Robbius was informed by
telegraph Sunday, of the death of little
Miss Camilla, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ca.it. Hindc, of Evansville. Miss Camilla
was about thirteen years of age, and a very
bright and most loveable child.
The present decline in the Ohio hap
pens at a most auspicious time. The great
rush of water that the present thaw will
send out of the Mississippi might 'have
caused some uneasiness among the people
of the towns In-low Cairo, had not the de
cline in the Ohio set in so opportunely.
It was not the Mrs.' Martin living on
Cross street,' who safely passed the crisis in
a severe attack of pneumonia, tor that lady
has not been a victim .of that terrible dis
ease. We intended., to refer, and would
have done s but tor a "lapsus scribendi,"
to Mrs. Martin, who lives on Twenty-eighth
Among the talesmen called to serve on
the pettit jury, yesterday was Johnny Feith.
Altlrough he is of eligible age, those who
are unacquainted with him, would, judging
from his size anil other indications, mistake
him for a lad of ten or twelve. He is
pyisically considered, the smallest speci
men of h man in the city.
Mr. A. B. Choat?, late of Joy Bro's.
box factory, in St. Louis, has leen installed
as superintendent of the Cairo lox ta:tory.
Mr. Choate is a gentleman of much experi
nce and excellent business capacity, ami
will, no doubt, fill the new position to
which he has Wen called, in a most effi
cient and satisfactory manner.
Alex. Fr jthingham fc Co., have been
for many years stock brokers and bankers in
New York, at 12 Wall Street. They have
the reputaion of gaining for their cutomers
large returns from investments' ranging
from- f0 to f 00, and have the enviable
reputation of always making quick returns.
Send for their Financial Report, free.
Two young ladies named Brown ami
Hooper, came together yesterday, and
lought like a couple of enraged beasts, the
matter of difference between them being a
disputed half dollar. The by-standers
made up a purse of .r)0 cents, paid it over
to the party that had the best claims to it,
and thus removed the cause of contention.
Molly E. Gannon, an old offender,
was up before Judge Bird again, yester
day, for drunkenness. She had been up
roariously, whooping drunk, and the
judge taxed her with a tine of five dol
lars and the trimmings. She asked for a
stay of execution, which being cranted, we
shall see no more of Molly for a half year
Len Faxon is a candidate for the low
er house of the Kentucky legislature. It
we were inclined to be irresistably funny
we would say that tho house must be, in
fernally low, if Faxon gains admission to it.
But to treat the matter seriously, we give
Faxon credit for brains, age and experience
that would be of much service to the Ken
tucky people in their General Assmibly.
We hope he will be elected.
Harper's Magazine for February is on
our table; a splendid number, containing
the initial chapter of a serial ''Young Mrs.
Jardine." Treasures of the deep, with fine
illustrations; 'R:imbk-s in the South of
Fiance." 'A poem, with illustrations.
"Our Traveled Parson," and many other
good things, either of which is worth the
price nl tho boik. Harper's B izitr and
Harpers Weekly are also unusually inter
esting even for them. For sale at all the
. Aft-r deliberating ubont thirty hours,
the jury in the euse of Nenlnge-r vs. J.utz
and another, agreed mum ti verdict Hiatal-
Towed the plaintiff '')'). Judge linker
n ecived the Verdict, at tho request of Judge
Marker, Sunday evening. Net morning,
it I 1 i
aiier me jury nan rouuion tiitotit the city
lorauout twenty hours, the attorneys for the
defence insisted tiiton polling the jury The
court consented, and Charley Mchner, jr.,
declared he was Hot satisfied with the vet-
uct. I ho jury would uotluivo been out
over nn hour, but for this juror; hut ho fin
ally agreed to the verdict, expressed him
self as satisfied with it, before Judge Baker;
but twenty hours afterwards declared that
hs was dissatisfied. To say the least of this
manner of "passing upon questions of law
and fat t," it is queer.
The Sun of last evening says that "Mr.
John 11. Oberly was paid f? 12 2i for tele
graphing for the commutation of Burklow."
Mr. Oberly's only agency in the matter was
to present tho telegraph company's bill tor
$11 2i, receipt for the money, aud pay it
over to Mr. Ken', the manager here. The
dollar, to make up the sum of $12 25 was
for money paid out by Mr. O., for a dis
patch in the same connection, sent to him
at Springfield, and by him tunedover to
the Governor as one of the papers in the
The several aunty clerks of Illinois
meet in convent '-n in Springfield on Friday
uext. Mr. Samual J.Humm clerk of this
county, will so adjust his layings-over us
to be in Sprngfield during the convention.
The principal aim of the convention is to
suggest amendments to the arleady much
tinkered and inexplicable revenue law. If
the deliberations of the clerks do no good,we
can rest pretty well assured that they can
add but little to the mystery and ineffi
ciency of the law as it stands at present.
The Theater Comiqiie, with Mr. John
Bowman, as manager, will open, in the
building adjoining .the Crystal saloou and
restaurant, on Saturday evening next. Mr.
B)wman was in this city during the war,
ami made many friends among amuse
ment loving people of that time, who will
heartily welcome him back again. He has
a good company, ho says, ami proposes to
furnish the people of Cairo with variety
entertainments of a first class character.
White it will be the-aim of the troupe to
amuse and entertain the patrons, no feat
ures will be introduced to which the most
fastidious can object. Respectable artists
have been engaged, and the manager ex
pects the patronage of refpec table people.
Rev. Mr. Dueschner expected to leave
Cairo, yesterday, for Germany; but defer
ring to what seemed to be the wish ot his
fellow-citizens, he has postponed his depar
ture until Thursday, that he may, in the
meantime, deliver the lectures he has been
requested to deliver, on the subject of dip
theria and its treatment. Of his ability to
cure every case that does not involve vital
organs, we have had convincing evidence;
and as the lectures announced are steps
preliminary to the putting of the public in
possession of a knowledge of his mode of
treatment and the remedies he employs, all
parents-of the city should extern! to him the
proper enconragemsnt. An attraction ot
the occasion will be music by Eisenberg's
orchestra, composed of the following gen
tlemen: George Eis?n1erg, leader, Ed. De
zonia, Geo. J. Becker and William Loner
gan. It is needless to say that the music
these gentlemen produce is of the most ar
tistic and finished character,
in his first report to the General As
sembly Warden Salter, of the Illinois
Southern Penitentiary, speaks of the dif
ficulties he encountered upon entering upon
a dischargeof his duties, and the service ren.
tiered him in that emergency by our fellow
citizen A. II. Irvin. His reference to Irvin
is in the following language: "Nor do I 1m:
lieve you will regard me as deficient in self
reliance because in this critical situation I
called into my counsel, and sought to profit
by the greater experience of my deputy
warden, Mr. A. II. irvin. The endorsement
of his talent as an organizer by your honor
able body in calling him first to duty, was
sufficient to warrant my confidence; and it
gives me pleasure to say that in no respect
was it misplaced; and now, that the result
of our management of the convicts for the
past seven months is before you, I believe
I am only indulging a pardonable pride
when I ask that you subject it in all its de
tills to the strictest scrutiny."
Well, the uct is consummated at last.
Wo have to welcome Mr. Samuel J. Huinni,
our county clerk, into the fraternity of
married men. His marriage with Miss
Emma F. Wright was solemnized by the
Rev. Mr. Dillon-Lee, last night, at the resi
dence of Mr. Isaac, Ostrander. The twain
thus made one, immediately took the
train for St. Louis; und before returning
will visit Chester, Springfield, Chicago ami
)ther points, remaining away a couple of
weeks or more. Well, after much outsido
conjecture and speculation, the deed is
done; Sam's days of single blessedness are
at an end, and, ut an age (well, Units a
tabooed subject) ut as good u time us any
other, he enters upon the realities of mar
ried life. Ho is eminently domestic
in his inclinings, and has a very
large capacity for tho enjoyment of home
comforts. Tim lady of his choice is .good
looking and accomplished, and , will make
him the help-inate ho needs. 'That hp
and Mrs. H. may realize all their expects
tionsof connubial bliss is the sincere wis,i
of Tiik liru.KTiN, and in that wish his b.
gion of friends will heartily join us.
11 1 l'T 1 1 K It I A M A ST E it K I .
rui; ukv. mil Dt icusciiNKu wir r. l Ent im
I.N KNUI.ISII IN HlifOtCM HAW TO XlOllf
AND IS TlltNlill' ItAlX IN tlJUMAS t
WUOXKSDAY KVKNINO. . v
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M"r l.iiiicn-tJT. Wutf. Kvnnntou, Lent, Muiuli.
Wood mid otliarat-dclitleiili'U!
In response to your kind invitation, pnl,!
lished in Sundays. Bui.lktin, nsking m;
to deliver a h'cturo upon Diptholm and it;
cure, I would nam tho Reform Club Hull
oh vie mice, and i uc av even ru nf 7 :it
. A I . HI
J o'clock as the titno, when I wilt wllllnglv
f i- ,
comply with your request, in tho English
language; and will repeat the lecture- in
Gerinun 'on Wednesday evening, at 7:00
o'chx:k ut the Turner Hall.
I intended to temporarily leave the city
for a inoro stable climate to-day; but in
order to ticconimodat') my friends I have
postponed my departure until next Thurs
day. But should there be any parties who
doubt my ability to do what 1 claim, I
would bo willing to be sent to Hraidwood,
Ills., or A unumosa, Iowa, where diptheria
is now raging as an epidemic and depend
exclusively upon the reports of the- proper
parties- for the confirmation of my state
Jax'v 27th, 181!).
A MATTER OF GREAT MOMENT.
A 1IKMAXD Foil ACTIOS I.OOKINO TO
l'OSSlltlLlTIKS Ol1' NEXT sl'MMKK.
If any steps are to be taken by our peo
ple with a view to the possibility of an epi
demic visitation, like that ; which
afflicted the city last year, the mat
ter should be delayed no longer. The
suggestions ot the Committee of Ten that
privies be disinfected, shade trees thinned
and cut down and pigeons shot, fall so
lar short of what the people expected and
w hat the necessities of the situation actually
demand, that nobody gives any weight or
importance to them whatever. Indeed, the
only feeling we have heard expressed, if we
will except that of ridicule, is regret that
the committee attempted to do anything at
all. Its action, amounting to comparatively
nothing at all, has had the effect ot fore
stalling efforts that might have furnished
the ground work lor the best sanitary and
quarantine arrangements that science, ex
perience and investigation coiihi suggest.
As we have intimated, the matter is one
of vital importance, alike to our city mid
citizens; and the disposition that has been
made of it is only rescued from the farcical,
by the seriousness with which it was
treated. To consider such momentous
questions as connect themselves
with the subject, the committee
should have embraced every physician
in the city, at least one lawyer
and a half dozen or more of our most sen
sible and practical citizens. The commit
tee thus organized, should obtain n copy
of the r-)ort.s of the Board of Health and
quarantine officers of the different cities of
the South that have had to deal with the
scourge, and also copies of the ordinances
and rules under which such officers acted.
There should be an earnest and diligent in
quiry into the degree of cleanliness main
tained, the character of disinfectants used
and mode of life, in those localities in the
smitten cities of the South, that escaH-d
the epidemic altogether. The committee
should know what conditions invite the
scourge, and what remedial agents to apply.
It should thoroughly familiarize itself w ith
the experience of those who have fought
the disease for fifty years or more, and util
ize as much of the knowledge thus gained,
us might seem applicable to our condition.
The committee should have a fixed place of
meeting, come together, as often as two or
three times a week, and not even think of
satisfying itself w ith the conclusions formed
until at least a week had been given to
thought and investigation. A teport from
such a committee would command the res
pect and ins-pirc the confidence of the peo
ple, since it would give to Cairo the bene
fit of tin; experience of those who have bat
tled with the pestilence for a period of
fifty years or more- would enable us to
select the lx-st from all the means that
have yet been devised to keep the scourge
at bey, und to deal with it when it over
leaps the barriers raised against it.
It may be usked: "Who will give all the
time aud thought necessary to carry out
these suggestions?" We reply that no man
who has an identity of interest with the
city, will hesitate about serving, one instant.
The lives of our citizens and the well being
of our city both of which are at stake,
may demand tho time of any citizen. Ix-t
tho City Council take tho matter
in hand, name tho committee,
and the member who declines to act be
cause he is chasing down dollars and cents
the man who shows a disregard for the
health and lives of his fellow-citizens, und
the future welfare of tho city, because he
has personal affairs to look after, shall not
escape the public censure and execration bis
"hoggish" selfishness und inhuman indiffer
ence invite. No citizen who has the feel
ings of a man, and brains enough to bo
of any servico on such a com
mittee, will even think of declining.
W. II. MOKIHS, DKCEASED.
RKSOU'TIONS OK HKSPKCT BY TIIK Vl'.STIlY
OF TIIK ClintCir OF TIIK UKPKKllklt,
At special meeting of the vestry of tho
church of tho Redeemer called for tho
purpose of passing appropriate resolutions
relative to the death of Mr. Win. H. Mor
rm, and held on the 2?th day of January
18711, tho following preamble and resolu
tions, wore unanimously adopted.
Vll,KltKA it'has pi -used Almighty God
in His wise proeidi ncc, to take our deceased
friend, and hr;thcr. William It. Morris,
whrt,' 'for !viliiy year, has lyorshlpped with
tho cnngi'Vihtm of ;hu Church of the Re
dceinWt .and has been a most efficient
iiicrybc" of tho choir of the same church,
' Resolved, That we, the Rector, Wardens
anil vi-stryol tho said church, feel that It Is
only duo lo his memory that we express
our (iu,,P l",,,s" the loss which in his
decease, this ' p.irish litis sustained, ami
do put ou record our high' appreciation
... ,i .
of his services. Possessed of a rich and
magnificent voice, he heartily used it hi the
.praise if his Maker. Ho' was proverbial
lor integrity und uprightness ol character,
for kindness of heart, for cheerfulness of
disposition nnd courtesy nf manner, lie
was a christian gentleman in nil the rela
tions und circumstances of life, and a regu
lar attendant upon the services of the
church. . His memory will not only be cher
ished by this vestry and parish, but by the
community f w,it., ,L. W!t)t for s0 many
years an honored member.
Resolved, That our sympathies are ex
tended to Hie wito and family of our de
ceased brother, and we commend them to
the care of Him who can alone help in
tune of trouble.
Resolved, That the Rector be requested
to hold a memorial service for Mr. William
If. Morris on Sunday the second day of Feb
ruary. 17!), at eleven o'clock a. m.; ami
that tin invitation to this sen-Ice be ex
tended by us to all tho various organiza
tions of which our brother was a member,
as well ns to the community in general.
Resolved, That in further testimony of
our esteem n committee of three be ap
pointed for the puiHise of securing funds
for placing a suitable and permanent trib
ute to bis memory within the church of the
Redeemer mi l that the same organizations
nlKive referred to, be requested to co-operate
with us to the furtherance of this end.
Resolved, Also that a page of our rec
oids be dedicated to his memory, and that
the church organ and music stand so long
and faithfully used by our deceased broth
er be draped in mourning for thirty days;
and that a copy of these resolutions be sup.
plied the daily papers for publication and
an engrossed copy thereof be fitinWicd bis
family. M. K. M. J. Dii.u.n-I.i.k,
Mills Fiikd'k Gn.nr.UT. Secretary.
The committee appointed in pursuance
of the alsive 'resolutions consists of R.-etor
Dillon-L-e, Mr. John II. Jones and Mr.
Miles Fred'k Gilbert.
For the Caiko V.k i llhs.
COM PLAINTS OK THE DRAYMEN".
Mil. KnnMic-II w is this for fair play?
We have a city ordinance that compels
all of ns t-i pay a city licens'j of so much
peruuniiin. In case any of us fail to at
tend to it inide of thirty days, we are sijoii
informed by the Chief of Police that he will
Ik- compelled to enforce the ordinance, and
subject us to a tiu-.-. And let me tell you
that he is not slow in the performance of
that duty either. S far so good.
And we have another ordinance which
compels all railroads coming into the city
to make and keep in good repair the
crossings ot the different streets. J)o they
do it; and does the Chief of Police ever
"collar" the gentleman who represent said
companies, for their delinquency? Not
much. They are kid-gloved gentlemen,
and not vulger draymen. It would never
do; respectable people would never coun
tenance it. For proof of w hat I have said
look at the conoition of the ciosings at
Fourth, Twelfth and Eighteenth streets.
Twelfth street is alxMuin;iblc. And then
take the Illinois Central at Sixth and
and Eighth streets.
Now as a drayman I protest against any
such distinction between rich and xor.
Let's have fair play. That's all we ak.
Parti kh having a piano for sale or rent
on easy terms can, most likely, find a pur
chaser or renter by leaving a description of
the instrument, with price or monthly rental
with the business tuamtg T ot Tin: Bi i.i.k-
The Knights of the Mystic Krew avow
their intention to render the bid masque ant
nounced for the 2"th proximo, the grandes
and most successful event of the kind that
ever transpired in Cairo, and those who are
familiar with the Kuights' manner of con
ducting public demonstrations will not ques
tion either their ability or disposition to
make good their promise in this case.
Costumes of every conceivable character
will be brought here lxth from St. Louis
Mil. John II. ISkki HKli has vacated the
Court House Saloon, and desires to apprise
the public that he has taken possession oj
his house on Thirteenth street, where he
will open u house for the accommodation
of regular and transient boarders, fur
nishing meals at all hours, and regulating
his prices according to the times. The hun
dreds of citizens and country people who
have stopped with Mr. Koeehcr need not be
told that be always feeds his patrons on the
best that can be had. He is well known
for his good and abundant feeding, and
his acquaintances will be sure to givu him
u share of their patronage, and the public
generally are invited to do so, likewise.
Olvon by tho
. -at- :
FEBRUARY ith, mr
tickits. . , ;; ,i cents,:
y V KIIY Hi HIV alinul,! ait,,, , wlu lu'ihJ fiw't
1 J anil lest bull id the nnin, ,
CltlMITTKl: li AllltANllRMKNTM.
Itmlntph li.i.aeker..uini mUIx(iIi 1, r. Herbert.'
Stephen Miwiinlu, tt ,, M j' A hohlur.
lu!. a. under. , ,(,,,
, Fii-:(loKiir;i,zhiis started n bliickspiith
shop again, at the old stand iicar Sixth and
Commercial avenue, where he will do Ml
kinds of blacksmithing,' wheel-wrighting
ami horse-shoeing, cheap, oiikap. CI I EAI
for Cash. Every Ixxly knows thalr he tins
been in the bui-iness before, is a skilled and
honest workman, who always gave entio .
satisfaction. He now asks all his old 'efts- '
turners and us many liew ones us inny
please to come, to give him tt trjnl once,
and he will make his prices to suit the
Newm'.m-kks. School Books, inks of the
best brands, Albums, Office Fixtures,
Brackets, Pencils, Steel Pens and a variety
of Stationery, all at very low figures, always
on hand at Ambrose Pyatt's News and
Stationary Stand, Bulletin Building corner.
IDOWS AND ORPHAN'S
Mutual Aid Society,
From T. A. o-liura. A.-l. Secretary of Ilrnm h ome
IIoi.ivuh. Ti.w, January stli, isr'i,
Thomus Lew 1, hi-rp-tiov V. i Vj, M. A. S. Cairo,
Hour sir to ul livelier:
slter A tloii li:n Jn.t handed me a ri-rllCcate
anil l'lie mi' to fori.rd it to yon: and reii:-t
nn to ay to yon and t ii run U joii lo the Scxii ly,
tlmt "In- relume her niun-re tliunka to you auiP tin)
Society, and to ay thnl Ue has rrerhed mole mi
brother Actnu'a di'slh. oir ruber m hi po! y.
than he had eu' led; nud Hint .-be will doa'J tint
he rail W inm-HM' lt ire uilx-r-hip. All tlyit ha
expre.n d thenielea think Well ut your tabular
latriiieul. Your Truly. T A. OMU'IIX.
lini.it en. Tens., January Mb.
Thin In to certify that my huhand, 1,'ev. Jame ti.
Acton, a member of the Widow'! aud Orphtiu'a
Mutual Aid Society, of t'airo. Illinois aud thai the
amount due on aurh luenitcrhlp Cerlihrnie. hn
been ft.lly paid, aeronliui; to the term of the Cer
tificate, and the money exprced to me withoi.t
one rent of iil, for hicU I return my Intern
thanka. A. M. ACTON.
EFOKM CLUB HALL.
SOU LA I. I)A.NCK
Wednesday Evening, Jan. 20,
Ladle and (ieutleman nf the city are tordia'.iy
IliYited to participate lu the aneial re-nuiou a'ceie
aunouueed. The Manager designated hy the l(e
lorin Club beg to to add their aaaurancc thai no ef
fort will be pa red to render the occasion especially
enjoyable. The proceeds will lie covered Into tho
Treasury of the Reform Club.
Tli KiTa- For (ientlcuicu.Une Dollar; I-adirn. Frio.
COMMITTEE OK AKHAXGKMEXTS.-M. V.
Fulton, Lou Daniel". Geo. M. Fry.
Fl.om MANACEHS-Ed Dexonla. M. f. Fu!
ton, Frauk lleilmtn, Frvd Kent. W. K. Uawklna.
OYSTEKH AND FISH.
Wholesale and retail di aler in
0YSTEKS AND FISH,
Oysters in Bulk and Can, Sea Fish,
Native Fish, Celery ami Game.
rartli-iilaraltt-nUnn paid to orders from a'iroad
aud all mock KUaranU-ed whin ahipped.
PAINTS, OILS. WALL PAPER, ETC.
Window Glass, Window Shades, Etc.
Alnay. on hand tho celebrated ii.lckixativ
j A n rora Oil.
Hros' BulMiiicr. Com-1
WATCHES. JEWELRY, ETC.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
. NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Uct ween Cnmineri-lul anil I TIT
Washington avea., ( l illIO. 111.
KINK WATCmvOKK A SPECIALTY.
tS-Eii(?rnvliis und all kinds of repairing Ut ility
j-cr All kind of Solid Jewelry mmln to order.
' i ' 1 f ' ' ' - ' ,
Fijr'a Case of tin.' following Diseases which Hie alii
fcrem numbers ol '
Dp. Forbes' HEALTH FADS
Will not cure with lteniiirkable Ntscccse.
v f . ) Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, ct.o. ,
1 ' I'rice, fi. '" ' '1
( Kidney, Spine and Bladder nf
No. 2 : ; fertlons, and Nervous Prostni-
' ,.) FcmalO. Diseases and-AVomb Af
M) ''' ) feet ions." Price $;l.
Y. . , J: Infiaimmoii, of .the Lungs; Bron-
?"' ;'" j chit in and Asthma.. .Piice,.."). . ..
Tnu nbove rew urd tinea not apply in fWa slrcndy
III the aurirlenl or ratal stflift'. On receipt of pries'
will send I'ad by tmill. ''Ilewure ol'ltnltntloua, thko
none but the Korbna. 'Heiul for circular to
, '. ' " . DM. . W. FORBES,
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Important to iiieullda. , , , '
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