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fit Forth., cure af all dleae (irUlnn from Impure
, kluwl, mid for InvliMrumiK ami iirvuai m ik
I tiuloritana. Arcvou weak, nrrvon. doblllui cl.
vala and emaciated Have yon oi your uppru c, r
llavo you nauira, pain I" thr,,,,?''1k- ir i)r;
Ua.lsev Wood Searcher will drive nut the rtlr-eaau
.udbrfnu hac k the Hinnin of Health. I'imp .,
hull, Krvalpelaa. Tetter. Salt Kheum. Ac., arc hut
urlac la'dliatlon of Wood Dlaeane; aud lr. Linil
Wood Searcher, liy purifying the ytem joll
nlb klu mid bcaiitllle the complexion. Sold
all drup-Mn. fl tie pcrboitle. It h. Seller,
lrvprlclor, I'liuburu, Fa. Hai-ctay llror., Aijcuu
Uahw, ' .
ELLER'S COUGH SYRUP.
Q-erl,W.()00hotUeolu. It iMocmmin"
and popular remedy for I'oiitfb. (Mid. Crwip,
IUrueH aud all throat and luu dieiuc. ll"
keen lu uc for half a century. Doctor r.-coramynd
aud prwrllw It. J. K. Youman, Lonu J'. ; ';;
ltavi-dmytwohtldron i frni the srim.
A t Simmon, of Ilnlllmoro. Md..al.i '."."
will cure the worm couh Immediately. Ak M'tir
dniwiHt or ttencrul atorekwper for It and take no
ilh. Price. 'A.. ud $!"" P'T t,,!' .
far circular. It. K. Seller 4 Co., Proprietor,
PUUuurg, Pa. Barclay Urn., Asout, I aim.
Tor ovor&l year SELLER LIVER PIU.R
been th Mamlard remedy for Liver Comnlaiut.
Cat-iivi-nt. Sick Headache, Pain iu Shoulder or
Hark, Di.r.lucs. Coated Tongue, Fever and Aw'He,
aud all diwiaws arinin from a deranged iMnti-of the
Liver or Stomach. Thoma Adam, of Ills' hauily.
Kr..aay: Seller' Pill" hftvo mived hundred of
dollar lu doctor' hill lu thin country. K. h.
Keller A Co., Proprietor, Pltuburg, Barcluy
Jtru., Agent. Cairo.
yy H. MARFAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Cm 11 Coinmerelal avenue. Heidcnce. comer
Fourteenth St. aud WaNhington avenue, Cuiro.
H. SMITH, M. p.
Office ami Residence :
HO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIRO. ILL.
E. W. W1I1TLOCK,
irncr-So. 13B Commercial
Eiehlb uud Mnth Street
H. W. C. JOCELYN,
rFICEEI;htk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
O P. WHEELER,
- OFFICE-Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth t.
JINEGAlt & LANSDEN,
' OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenne.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER ('OfN'rY'.
Only Mornhiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
We are authorized to announce, tho name of At
rHKDCoMiNuaaa a candidate for City Treasurer at
the cuMting city election.
WV are alhorlrcd to announce the name of Vtr
tkrL. Bkwtol a a candidate for fhe ofricu of City
Treamirur, at the cunning charter election.
We are authorlred to announce W. F. Sciicckkiw
a candidate for City Clerk ut the approuchini;
Notice. to whom it may concern. Tho Cairo
Pullt tin Co., will pay no hill contracted by any of
It employe, or any uuecouuected with Tub Uul
lctih, utile the fame I made ou a written order
ij.ued by myself, and tho order mut he attached to
the bill when presented.
E A. IICItNKTT,
Siokai Ornrs. I
Caiiui. 111.. .Inu tit. ls?.i. f
Time. Bar. . Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel. Weather.
6:46 a m 30 1
S p. m. :W.H4
Maximum Temperature.. ti'.'O; Minimum Tim
jieracurc, 40 ; Kalufail, 0 00 Inch.
W, 11, RAY.
Ser'tSlsual Corns I'. S. A,
Buy a clothes rack of the Delta Broom
Factory, you can't do without it at the price.
By the dropping of an s in yesterday 'h
Bu.ii.TtN wo buried Mr. instead of Mrs.
The chain-gang was out yesterday, do
ing the city very very acceptable service at
the work of cleaning cross-walks.
The employes of the Mississippi Cen
tral will receive their pay to-day. At leust
kucIi are tho pleasant anticipations of the
' Charles Buckingham, at one time su
perintendent of the J. and E. Buckingham
elevators, 'of this city, died in Chicago, on
We hear that there are several cases of
tiicatdi'8 in the city. If this is so, the build
1 jng bbould be placarded, so that others
uuay not rush into danger.
The danee at the Temperance hall last
evening drew out a large crowd. It was an
VDUsnally enjoyable affair and proved a
grand success financially.
Mrs. C. R. Stuart having passed the
criai of her ailment, her husband was
'taken down with pneumonia. His attack,
, to far, is a comparative light one.
ii If there Is anything like stability almut
I the weather, from this time forth, the wheat
s, iop unci strawberry crop of Southern 111-.-
inoia will l3 the most lountiful ever
si ..' The cotton clerks of the Illinois Cen
tra and the Iron Mountain roads aro full
1 handed with work, being employed all day
' and far into the night scarcely ever getting
' off before 13 o'clock. 1
Last night was tho timo fixed for the
jMrriAgeof Mr. Will Dezonia and Miss
Oklliluui. In the absence of proper Tcrifi-
cation, etc., we will not venture congratula
tion, which aro on hand, iu groat abun
dance. Halliduy Bro's flouring mills resumed
operations yesterday, receiving their sup
ply of water from the Illinois Central tank,
through tho hose of the Delta Ciiy lire
The old members of the board of Rail
road and Warehouse commissioners were
nominated by Gov. Culloin, yesterday, nud
the nominations were promptly confirmed
by the Senate.
The number of candidates for City
Clerk continues to increase. Wo hear of
five who propse to enter the list of those
who wo to labor with the sovereigns for
the right to write up the council proceed-
It was complained of one Frank Smith,
yesterday, that he had made an indecent ex
posure of his person. The complaint was
verified, and Mr. Smith was sent over for
fifteen days iu default of the payment of
Miss Ilattie Bailey, Miss Anna E.
Ixnighlin, Miss Eva Corliss, and Mr. E. A.
Corliss, Miss Eva being from Brooksville
Ky., and the others from Metropolis, are in
the city, visiting the family of Capt. George
The friends of Mr. O. L. Edholm will
be glad to hear that ho is now pleasantly
situated in Omaha, in the auditor's depart
ment of the B. and M. railroad. The situa
tion, he says, is very pleasant and congenial
to his taste.
There was quite a lively passage of rod
hot epithets, yesterday, between a citizen
lawyer and a citizen business man, that
promised, for an instant, to lead to ugly on-
se(uences. It happily ended, however, as
it commenced, in wind.
William Bradley, James O'Donnel and
Joseph Cox formed the delectable trio who
were, held to answer for drunkenness yes
terday. They couldn't deny the harsh
impeachment, and were sent over to the
charge ot Mahoney for a period of five
Thomas Roach, the fellow whom officer
Hogan belabored over the head with a dray
pin, without bringing him into subjection,
was tried before Bird, yesterday, for resist
ing an officer, and was fined $12, mid the
trimmings. Having no money, he was sent
to the calaboose for a period of fourteen
What's that you got with you;" This
interrogatory and the answer: "Guess and
I'll give it to you," has become u slang form
of expression among the boys of Cuiro, al
most as common as the usual salutation.
It has become very like Jlogsifh's wine of
tar: Everybody uses it.
The "committee of coopers" argues a
point that nobody has controverted, viz : that
barrels are not successfully manufactured
by machinery. It doesn't follow, however,
that because barrel-making machines of
practical utility never have been invented,
that they never can be.
We mentioned yesterday, the arrest of
Mr. Charles Mehner, for exercising an
undue influence on the mind of a juror in
the case brought here from Pulaski county.
After administering such a reprimand as he
thought the case required, Judge Harker
fined Mr. Mehner the sum often dollars.
The E. S. and L. !. has been dissolved.
It is said the members propose the organi
zation of another society that will have
less of the literary about it, and more ot
the social. It is probable that, when the
weather will permit of out door recreation,
the nrmlvrs will, at stated periods,
indulge in croquet and archery.
Mr. Ed Shamfssy informs us that it is
his purpose to go into business soon, but he
has no idea of going into the saloon business.
Wheiufore it follows that the informant of
Tun Bulletin was not correctly posted, in
that particular. The openings for saloons
in Cairo, just now, arc iicilliernumerous nor
A private letter from our Appellate
Clerk, John Q. Harmun. informs us that on
his return home from Cairo be was prostra
ted by an attack of pneumonia, lie passed
the crisis of that disease safely; but is
still confined to bis bed on account of
rheumatism in his knees. John is growing
old, and it is quite natural that his infirmi
ties should multiply.
Terrill Cox w:is drunk ami disorderly,
and after spending a night in the "cooler"
was taken before Judge Bird, yesterday, to
plead to a charge of disorderly. There
was neither excuse or justification for his
conduct, and he was fined five dollars and
appurtenances. Asking for u stay of exe
cution, it was granted, and .Terrill betook
himself out of the city.
John Hylaud, at one time our City
TreiiMirer, is now in San 1'rnncisco, and is
said to be doing Weil. If this be ti tic, his
treatment of his children Is quite brutal
I lio mother die.l last fall, leaving tour chil-
dren dependent upon the charity of friends
of Jhu family, who have cared lor them ever
since. Yesterday the children were taken
on board tho James Howard, which will,
tukc th m to New Orleans, and place them in
charge of un aunt, who has agreed to tuko
cure of them.
Drs. Fisher, Uordon und Metcalf uc
complishcd tho amputation of it negro
man's feet, ycutcrduy, in a very successful
and highly creditable manner. Tho opera
tion took place at the St. Mary Infirm
ury. Tho negro had his feet irotcn, wc un
derstand, while walking front Colurabui to
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOKJNl(4, JANUARY 30, 1870.
Cuiro, three or four weeks ago, Tho opera
tion was a very scvero aud rather a peri
lous ono to tho patient, but ho passed
through it safely; and, being young and
vigorous, it Is thought that ho will como
out all right, at the out-come, minus, of
course, two No. 11 feel.
A bloody fight took placn on Commer
cial avenue near tho "Horse Mansion,"
yesterday' afternoon between two
negroes. The quarrel was about tho
ownership of a hatchet, which one of the
negroes held in his hand. The other negro
drew a revolver, which was the signal for
tho commencement of hostilities. Negro
No., 1 threw his 'hatchet at his assailant,
but missing his aim. did no harm. Negro
No., 3 then used bis revolver with effect,
beating his antagonist over the head and
face until he grew tired of the exercise,
when he walked on" one way, and his be
ligerant partner the other.
The steamer Richardson, Capt. Can
non's new cotton boat, was lying at the
Illinois Central wharf, yesterday evening,
the object of considerable attention. As
much of the machinery and material of the
Kuty as could be advantageously used was
incorporated into the Richardson, although
the latter is a much larger boat than the
Katy was. Captain Cannon is on board
superintending matters in person. Just
how many boats the Captain owus wc are
not able to say. lb; has two boys, each of
whom, if we are correctly informed, is in
command of one of the Captain's crafts,
running in the lower Mississippi.
Had the crowd, that attended the
Athcncum last night, to witness the spirit
ualistic revalations of Miss Amy Grey, ex
pected anything, tjl"')' would have been sig
nally disappointed. Of all frauds and
cheats traveling Miss Grey and ht:r assistant
aro the most shameless and transparent.
The tricks were old, actually threadbare,
and awkwardly presented. The reason
why the company stops but a single night
in a place, is now well understood. A sec
ond attempt to defraud the public in such
a gross manner would be tolerated nowhere.
The Jaw would interpose to punish the
characterless gang for obtaining money ui
der false pretences.
The Rev. Mr. Deuisclmerhad made a
arrangements to leave to-day, for a visit fo
theoldcountry;but yielding to what seemed
a desire on the part of his friends, he w'll
remain until his pamphlet on the nature
ami cure of diphtheria, is printed and placed
within the reach of the public. Cairo
parents will be pleased to learn of this de
termination on his part, us quite all of them
desire to possess themselves of a copy of the
pamphlet. Furthermore, while it is true
that Mr. Deurschner gained the mastery
over the diphtheria, through his own, un
aided, individual exertions and investiga
tions, it is also true that, as a humanitarian,
he has no moral right to lock the secret in
his own bosom, while he encounters the
perils of a trip to Europe. Placed in print
the public will be sure of its use. Had lu
left Cairo, as he originally intended, thf
groat secret would have lieen subjected to
all tin: risks' of a journey, which, under tlui
most favorable circumstances, is not with
out its perils. I
No city in the country, large or sunil,
has better material in its volunteer tire
ganizatiou than has Cairo, Illinois. '
memliers, tor the most purr, are the niist
active, prompt, fearless and hard-work
set in Christendom. But the organization
itself, is deficient. Everything in that re
gard, seems to go at "loose ends." The rules
for the government of each company, in
its own individual sphere, are good and as
complete, as they can be made ; but the rules
for the whole department are very jame
not to say impotent. Boys of any degree
or condition, with cause or only imagined
cause, rush to the nearest engine house,
ocrhaps roust a thousand citizens mm
their comfortable beds, to rush out in the
.hilly night uir to find out that iiotliinr is
tin; matter. This has occurred not only for
th" simple burning of soot in u cliiinnct, for
which an experienced fireman, or liiu of
judgment would give no alarm ut nlH but
has often occurred because some niischitJums
boy in some part of the town lias ruisdl a
a false cry of lire. .Means should be adopt
ed that would render unpleasant
occurrences of this character, im
possible. The ringing of the alarm bells
should also be placed under improved re
strictions. It not unfreqiiently happen
that some long-winded chap gets hold ol
the bell rope, and clatters away without a
second's intermission, for un interval of four
or five minutes. Meanwhile, ward siirnals
from other bells cannot b heard and even
return calls uro drowned in the deafenim;
din of the incessant ringer. And ut lire:,
the lack of co-operative effort, unl tie
want ol intelligent general "direction hut)
been painfully conspicuous, more so to tin
firemen themselvpsthan toanybody else. Al
these evils, and many others that any prm
lical llreman can suggest, ought to be nj'
rected right away. And bow can the nr.
red ive be most satisfactorily applied; V
better method may occur to the Hi. nun
themselves; but we venture the Kiigyvtiui
that each company appoint a coiuiitttet,
say of three members. Let. these commit
tees meet, digest the needed I'tllcs mid ivU.
illations, ask of the City Council the enact,
uient of such additional ordimmcts
as may seem required, agree nK
ono or more general olileeiv, f
thought desirable, and do such other aid
further things as may bo regarded ess ntlil
to ua efficient general government. Iy
doing tliii no fire company would surp ndtr
cither its independencu or its identity; but
the duty of each company would be more
definitely defined, nnd, on occasions of tiro
there would lie harmony f action and
unity of effort. Heretofore there has been
multiplicity of cooks," and, as a result
thereof, "the broth" has not been us good
as it might have been.
For Tub Caiuo Hcm.etih.
0NK OF THE HELP HAS A SAY,
Mr. EniToii, Will you let me say a word,
too. on this Hired Help question? I have
lived in the best families in this town since
I have been here, and I have had some
good places and some awfully mean ones.
I think I could tell a story of grievances,
us well as my betters if I tried. Sonic mis
tresses are a long sight meaner than a girl
could be; and tho very meanest women I
have ever lived with in the town were the
ones that had hud the greatest lot of helps.
When I am asked to work for a women and
she begins telling me what trilling girls
she has hud I am just sure that there is
something the matter besides the girls. I
always find there is too. About the recom
mendation business I think I have, a word
to say. I have been out at service nigh on to
eleven years, and I never left i place yet
till I came to Cairo, that I didn't ask for a
recommendation and I always got it. The
lirst place that I asked the woman a recom
mendation from, she didn't seem to know
what I meant, and then 1 knew she was no
lady. But 1 found out that none of them
did it here. I like to have a recom
mendation in my pocket to show.
I've got ever so many, now, in the bottom
of my box, tint I got before I ever came to
this place. That women that talks like it
would be agood thing for the ladies, ought
to know if she knows anything, that we are
just as willing as aiivboJy. How can it
hurt us, any, I'd like to know? I've always
been used to it, and I think it is a mighty
mean woman that is not willing to say that
I am a good honest giri, for I know I am.
And I urn a good worker, too, ns all the
ladies 1 have ever worked for know mighty
well. I wish they'd ask us how we'd like
it. There's some of tho colored girls and
"poor white trash" that never had any
training, any way, that might object, but
there's not one that ever has lived like I
have in the lirst families that wouldn't
jump at the chance. It seemed mighty
funny to me to walk out of a house w ith
out a recommendation in my hand. I never
lived with none but ladies till I came here,
nnd they always knowed enough to give
their help a good word. I don't care how
hard I work here, nor what I have to ieavc
for, it's all the same, I get no letter and
generally hear that the last place where I
lived they said I was uo account,
or had a bad temper or something.
They i arc not so good themselves
but wliat they might say a good word for
a poor girl sometimes. If I'd tell, in every
house I go to, what I see in some houses, I
think there are some ladies that wouldn't
be so ready to cat a body up to their faces
and turn on 'em as soon as their backs are
turned. If that woman w ho said I was a
thief will pay me that $13 she owes me,
I'll be obliged to her, is all I've gotto say.
She can't say a word against me to my face;
I am willing to take her recommendation
and show ii to any lady. If she bad sense
enough to write one, she'd give mo a good
one if she does tell stories on me behind
my lace. Just let 'em all come on with
their recommendations, we're ready.
A HiitKi) Giru..
From Dark to Dawn, by Rev. Daniel
March, 1). D. Published by J. 0. MeCur
dy it Co., St. Louis Mo.
We are glad to welcome another hook
front the able, graceful and fuciuuting pen
of this prince of writers of Bible literature.
To all who iiavf. l'Kiist KUthe poet it; glow
ing pages of "(lion SCLNF.S Tin; UlllI.K,"
the mere announcement of a new work will
be luiiled with pleasure. Mingling with
wild scene of Gideon's Night Attack, and
the svd vision granted to Nehemiah of the
desolation of Jerusalem is a beautiful des
cription of the midnight sun off the coast
of Norway within twelve hundred miles of
the North Pole. The Night of Betrayal
wakens the deepest emotions of loving hearts
and we shudder at the darkness of noonday,
und weep at the grave in the dark Hhaddows
of nightfecling with intense vividness the
events his marvelous skill has depicted.
This book is precious to the belicverjund
its literary excellence, ran; word painting,
aud poetic imagery make it a very delight
ful work for universal persual.
I have examined with care, Dr. March's
latest work "Prom Dark to Dawn," and
can unqualifiedly commend it to all lovers
of entertaining and profitable reading. The
book and the canvasser, Mr. Frank Luttrel
ure well worthy of patronage
W. F. WniTAKF.ll.
I have not read Dr. March's hut work,
"From Dark to Dawn," lmf the well known
character and ability of the author guarantee
its excellence Mr. Frank Luttrel who is
cuiivashiii'j" for it. certainly deserves all pos
liihletneourageiiient. P,i:s.i. Y. Gi-.oim-k.
Our fellow towsinnn. Mr. Frank Luttrel
in now canvssing this city for this work and
will give our citizens the opportunity 'to
procure it, Give him your patronage and
you will never regret it.
Fan Tim ('Miin lin.ixTiN.
A CARD FROM TUB COOPKIW.
Mu. Eiimm Dear Sir: In your local
of Jan. 20t!i, you state that Mr. Jacob Mar
tin has Invented and patented a barrel
making machine that promises to revolu
tionize tho manner of making barrels. "The
man who now makes fourteen or fifteen
barrels per day, will by use of the machine,
truss, bevel and chime about four times that
number every hour." You add that
tho coopers don't regard the machine with
Now, sir, 1 distinctly assert that such is
not tho cuse, for the reason is this: After
thirty years of experience, all machines
patented in this and other countries are all
a perfect failure. I have worked after ma
chines in this and other countries, in the
States of New York, Ohio, Missouri,
Iiuisiana, Illinois, Maryland, und in the
great city of Iuidon, England, and in the
British West Indies. I assert that not one
of the various machines patented ever paid
in making barrels; but every one of them
became a bankrupt in this and other
countries, as for the practical coopers of
Cairo, do not feel the least alarmed about
the said machine. No I boldly assert that
through unskilled labor there is, in
this town, ten per cent, paid by
some of the millers for the barrels
they use, This assertion 1 can prove,
by any practical boss cooper in Cairo. If
any number of poor fellows wish to invest
their capital in the machine of Jacob Mar
tin they can do so; for, after thirty years of
experience, every one of them were a fail
ure by millions of dollars. This fact I as
sert without fear of contradiction
T. .1. RoliKUTS.
We confirm the above statements:
If. T. Sl'l KKH.
H. C. Hon art,
Esthay Cow. Taken up by the sub
scriber, living on Eighteenth street, Wc
tween Popular and Conuuereial, on or
about the ' ):'i instant, a red side cow with
white back, no ear-marks and has a voting
calf. The owner is requested to come for
ward, prove property, pay charges and take
her away. F. Whitcamp.
Cairo, Ills., Jon. 29, 181).
Masonic Notici:. A special communi
cation of Cairo Lodge, No. 237, A. F. &, A.
M., will be held ut Masonic Hall this
(Thursday) evening at 7 o'clock. Visiting
brethern cordially Invited.
W. A. Sloo, Secretary.
Evkhy family should have a clothes rack
in rainy weather on which to hang clothes,
and in pleasant weather for ironed clothes.
The best in use is that manufactured at the
Delta Broom Factory ami sold so cheap that
no one can afford to do without it.
Ji'ST in an'd fou Sai.k, at low prices,
Yarmouth Corn, Duckwall Tomatoes, White
Cherries, Lima Feans, Marrowfat Peas,
Turkish Prunes, New Figs, Fresh Roasted
Coffee of all grades, and a splendid mill to
grind them for you free of charge. Also a
large stock of Sugar and Coffee. Give us
a call. AVc have a full stock of everything
in our line. Phtti" & Bum.
Mk. John H. Rkkciikk lias vacated the
Court House Saloon, and desires to apprise
the public that he has taken possession of
his house on Thirteenth street, where he
will open a house for the accommodation
of regular and transient boarders, fur
nishing meals at all hi airs, and regulating
his prices according to the times. The hun
dreds of citizens and country people who
have stopped with Mr. Becchcr need not be
told that he 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 give him
a share of their patronage, and the public
generally are invited to do so, likewise.
BitANcii Ofkick of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evan.sville, at Mrs. James' No
-17 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
Amiiiiosk Pva i r keeps a lull supply of
all the Text Books used in the Cairo public
schools. He is also supplied witii Pencils,
all grades of Writing Paper, everything in
fact that enters into the outfit of sclexil chil
dren. Foil a good .shave for ten cents, ti good
hair cut for twenty-live cents, go to Henry
Schick's baber shop, No. 142 (.'ommcciul
Coal! Coal. F. M. Ward has on hand
tin? best quality of coal for sale at the mar
ket price. Very low. He will soon have
a large stock of wood of nil kinds. He is
well known to every body and we trust
he will receive his full share of pa
tronage, FitKB Ovstkii ' Lunch, every night at
half-past eight o'clock, at Harry Walker's
Crystal Saloon. .
Fhf.k oyster lunch at half-past eight
o'clock, every night, at Harry Walker's
J cur received at Tiif. Bcllktin ollice;
20 Reams extra heavy letter heads,
III) " " " noto "
, 20 thousand 14. and Hi lbfbi:i heads.
20 Reams statements.
1 Reams bills lading.
A largo lot of linen letter and note
UO thousand XX white and amber en
velopes, best quality, for the Cairo trade.
Blank books in stock or made to ordeJ
by Ambrose Pyntt. Paper Boxes nuinntac
hired to order. Call at the Bulletin Build
ing, or address him through the postolHce.-
Fhki: ovstkii lunch every night at half
past eight o'clock, is .pa.ad by Harry
Frkd IIofiikinz Ihih started a blacksmith
shop again, at the old stand near Sixth and
Commercial avenue, u hero ho will doH
kinds of bliicksiuitliing, whcel-wrighting
and horse-shoeing, cheap, tiiKAr, CHEAP,
for Cash. Everybody knows that he has
been in tho business before, is a skilled and
honest workman, who always gave entire
satisfaction. He now asks all his old cus
tomers and as many new ones as may
please to come, to give him u trV "
and he will make his prices to "J
times. k -
I M tout t NT to those wishing to save
cy in purchasing their winter boots aie.
shoes. We have on hand and are still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men's
boots and shoes, all styles and sizes, of the
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hand-made
goods, w hich we sell lower than ever be
fore, and loner than like goods can be ob
tained anywhere in the city. We a'.-o
have a good line of ladies shoes of the Iv.-t
manufacture, from a fine kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, sold
very close. C Kix ii,
No. !)0 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street.
Cf. T. WHIT LOCK'.
(iKSKltAL COLLECTOR OF HILLS AND KF.XTS
All a'coniiti of prol"loual and hHiin men
promptly attended tu. drill . l'Ki Coiumercial toe
nue, bctttci n Eighth and Ninth atrcet.
JMereuccn TrolVifiouul and iliiHni" nv.. !
UKI'OIT OF TIIK C'lMUTInS
or i it k -
CITY NATK )XA I I !A N lv
at Calm, ii; In State ! I i'iuoi-. :tt the i :o i 1'
JAM'AKY I, 1T..
IthMI H F.s.
Loan and (lisrntint $ M V
L:. S. ImhiiIk to eeiire circula
I". S. ImiikW on I.iiimI . .M 'i
Other tiH k. Iiwiicl- ami iinot
, tw ,
Due friiui approved re-.-rv.-a'.'entu
Due Ii oiii oilier uatlniii.l haul KM J 10
Due from Slate hnuk- and
banker i.:?T. M - i.T.'TI '
Heal rotate, furniture ami lis.
turf ;ie- ir f
Check and other cah itcais $ t.VI is
Hill of other Hiinki
Fractional i iirn-un, dm hid
in;; uii kelni
L)til Tender Mote
Ilrdelllptioll fuud with I . s.
Treiidirvr, i.'i per ci-nt. of cir
culation ' .1
Due from I . t. Tn-artrr.
other than ."i per .rut. lie
I i so 'iT
Total. . .
Capital t'M'k paid lu . Ii" "
Surplu Fnuil iV'"i in
I'uilivliled J'ndli If'.r.:
Nailniia) hunk nmo uuiMaiel-
Iliviilend unpitjil "."
Ileiuanil cerlilicnii- ot depoit$ JU-. T
l'ue to other national hank'. I.IVi TI
line to Stale hank ami
banker :)T.-tM W-t .,
State of IIHnola. counti of Alexander.
1. W. 1 -i 1 1 . l a-hii-rnf tue alxm uiinil
do nleiiiii)v -.wear that the alwoe ftalnneni i
to the Ix-m of uiv know leil-.'e and Im-HkI
W . II Tl.l. I !
suti.i rilx il and attorn to heiore me iih
ofJannarv. l7!i. II. II. Cmji:k. Not.uv !'
CollHI.lT- Atte.l :
Ii. D. Wl.lMlruV J
K. II. ( t smm.iiaX. Jiiic.
II. L. lUiuiuT. I
T?OU NEW ORLEANS AND ALL WAY
The el .Hit Anchor Line t.amer,
BELLE OF SHKEYEroUT.
COGSWELI M. ;
Leaves with Dispatch.
For 1'reliht or pansi apply U
t'AIT. THOMAS W. sill F.I. Us. -,., ,
Oil Anchor Line W li:i:l li-if.
y MEMPHIS AND YlCKSLl'Ri ;
Till Splendid Sille-Wllee) IraiU'T
GRAND TO WEI.
GEORGE I.KNOX M..s(,T
Now rci chlm; to leave ttlth ilUputcli.
For freight or pnai:c, apply to
CAI'l'. THOMAS W'.SIIIKI. lis. ,ieiit.
Oltleeon Anchor Line Whari ln . t.
AN I'M A HALLE I) OFFEJi.
A Free Test Trial of mil' of Dr. ForlaV
Health Restoring Pads.
We will xenil one of our Health Itevtorlitu I'm!
to iiny I ii valid nllllvted will) Liver 'oiiiilnliit,
CIiIIIh nnd Filter. Ili(lli;etliin. Citlviii. Ner
voii J I -nil in-h i . DvHpepslu, Nervou Hehllllt and
Inii.iir.. in i ir O...U .. in lii.iL.l...,,..:
I mill nildrcx niiil a'reu to "end u Ji.'.ne If II elU-et
n cure lo their entire HI Infliction, olliei ,vli.)
there will In' no chiiru'e. We Mill do till" In ion-
Mine i no piiniii: in inu Mipcrior ntuo ;i n
O F O U It P A I ) S.
And Unit tlii'.f will do all wo Miir. A llil-ell.-r
will ni'c.easni'lly he limited In unrulier, wu Impe,
therefore, un citrly application will he aniilo. ,d.
tlrio-, Very Hepeetl'ully Your,
IHi.O. W. l'OKIl'.
ri Klin atreut, ('l)ielniiiill, Ohio,
l'lividi'lnn Hpituk In Turin of l'ralae In favor id llio
Cincinnati, dune if, IKd.
lliivlinx hail coineeonililenilile ucquiiiiituticti tvllli
the opiTiilln't of the I'ml. I can coucleiiclniile
recommend It n mi excellent rmnedv in nil the
ease for which J)r. I'orhe coiiiihhIh ll iic.
Hit. .1. H.W.I.OWKU..
Urn (ieorue Street, CIiic.ImiiikI,
Vlml. Itev. JiiKupli Kmery, Urn tvel.kiiiiii City
Cincinnati, duiin DO, Km,
IIhvIhl' had a Inntr acqjlnlutaiicu llh Dr. For Hi,
I am aiitlHlteil ilinl whatever liniveoiiiiueiiiUhe ilom
uconacteucloiiy ami will prove nil thev promLu.
JIKV. J OH K I'll ftMKkY,
K.xtiact front a few of Ihu Mnny Lellera Ireipiunlly
received at I ho Olllce.
Onu wiv: "1 feel that vour Pad liavo aavml tny
life." Another any! Your I'ad liu Juat reuclicik
my raw. It hn entirely removed tny eoatlvene
uiid eoneiiteiit Sick Headache." Another v rlti';
"Yniirl'iid nltemled atrlctly to liualne, anil In
forty rluht Iioiii I felta well aaevnr." Amitheii
"Your Pad ha cured ineof llllllouaue aud a tor
pid Liver. 1 am holler than t have been In twenty
yeiif " Still uuother ay! I have endured all Ihu
horror urowhiK nut of a torpid Liver and Uy)Hpkln.
After tiainiiyoitr p(d ull thee III left tun. ' Omi
more:-"lliav im! vour Fad with perfectly nll
fnctory reatilt, aud cheerfully rctwuuiiend lhm to
r 4 !