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Vur the cure uf nil illn-nw arlslni: from Impiiru
kluod, and fur invloratlne and tUreiiutllenliiir. tlio
itl onrmi". Arwvou wralc. nervoiiH, debilitated,
ile und emaciated r II vo you lout your appetite
Huie you naiwa, pnln In I ho bark. ' If u. Dr.
UntlM-' HIimhI Sciirilii-r will drive nut the diwano
kwd bring hark the Uloom of lk'iiltli. I'lmplcs,
KryaipelaH. Tetter. Hnlt Kheuui. art' but
wirfcce Indention of Blood DUcaae: and Dr. l.ind-m-y'n
Wood Kearvlmr. by purifylnt: the. avalem Htlt
!albi'klil and bi'iiiliifii'x the, complexion. Sold
t. ill druu'l"t. $l.pi'rhiitlo. It K. Seller.
l'niirletor, riltKburu, Hiirclny Urn., Agent
ELLER'S COUGH SYKIT.
Overl.an.00H botlleMoUl. It lathomont pleasant
and popular remedy liir I'otiKh, Coliln, Croup,
ILiantueMa and nil throat and luux iliwur-ea. ilu
mr iu uw for half a century. Doctor tvoum mend
and pmTilie It. J. K. Yuunmu. i.oun I. O , 111..
ay: Itnaved my two children Irani the itravo.
A L. Simmon", of Bait I mom, Md.. alw) ;: "It
will cure the worn roiiifb Immediately. Ank your
dTCKli.t or general ton-keeper fur it aud take no
h. Price, fx:.. 50.. and $UW per bottle. Send
wit circular. It. E. Sellers & Co., I'roprletor,
ftUnburXi Harclay Hrui Agent, Cairo.
For over) year SELLERS UVKR
been the aiaudard remedy for I. ver Com pluiut,
UTeuM, Mck Headache, l'aln u Muinlder or
hark. Dizaiue. Coated Tout-tie, rever and ARUe,
nod all cliHun-fK arlnli)? from a derailed mute of the
Liver or Stomach. Thoraaa Adam, of Hi JI Sandy.
Kr..ar: Seller' Pill have naved hundred of
dollara'iu doctor' billa lu till country. K. fc.
rWt Jt Co., Proprietor, 1'ittHburjt, Pa. Barclay
llro., Agent, Cairo.
II. BRYANT, M. D.
-OFFICE: Klalith , and Waahlntfton Avenue.
Office hour- M. a. m. to r. u.
KESlDENCEt-Coruer Nineteenth and Wa-h-iiihtou.
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic rliysicinu anil Suryreou.
OnVte 136 Commercial avenue. Kcfi.leiicc corner
Fourteenth St. uud Washington avenue, Cairo,
-yy u. smith, m. d. t
OlUce. and lti-sldence':
NO. 21 TttlBTEESTH STUEET. CA1KO. ILL.
K. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omit No. 1SB Commercial Avenue, be-tworn
KijthUi aud Ninth SlreeU
yU. W. C. .TOCELYN,
wfflCE-Eighth Street, uear Commercial Avenue.
KESK1ULCIU.LECTOR OF BILLS AND RENTS
All account" of profwloiinl and huiiie men
innuptly attended to. Otlleo. VU Commercial ave
nue, between Eighth and Ninth street.
Kefercncea : I'rofeaaioual aud IliiKlneg men of
g P. WHEELER,
OFTICE-Ohlo Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth t.
J 1KEGAR & LAXSDEN,
iFFICE No! m Commercial Avenue.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL I'Al'KROF ALEXANDER COI NTY.
Only Morniiiff Daily iu Southern Illinois.
Viu are anthorked to nnnounce the name of A I.
nr.D I'oMiNua aa o candidatu for City TnttfUier at
tli dialling city election.
Wrn athorlned to annoimre the name of W'm.
TraL. Bkiwtoi. a n candidate for the otlku of City
'Jtqaaurer, at the cnaiiiiiB charter election.
Q1TY CLERIC ,
We are authorized to announce V. V. Srni-i Kf.it"
aa a candidatu for City Clerk ut the approie I1I114
NirTH E. To whom IT HAY coMBltN. The Cairo
ltulletln Co., will pay no liilla contracted by any of
It ctnployea, or any one connected with The Hi t.
l.rria, nuleaa the autne la made 011 a wrttteu unlit
1 lined by myaelf. and th order niuat bu atlai lied to
the bill when preaelited.
E A. Ill ltNITT.
KlllSAI. OlTIT, I
Caiitn. I,l.lnn HI, IMTli, f
"Tbcr. limn Wind. YeirWcuihcr'.
ilwa 111 run UT
S p. in. :i OH
Maximum Teinperaturu, IV:
u.Tiiiir,'. : Kulnfiill. Inch
V. 11, 1Y.
Serj-'t Slk'tml Coru, I', s. A
The tug Moiitmik in to Hiun t 11 new
jr wl cliiuiucy. Mr. Alex Kruaer is tloitijj; tin'
-. Mr. Kiftmi'tlny, (.r Clilcn), 1. V. R. R.
I'tirpniter and lir'nln Imililcr, in in tin' city,
in tint lint; of liia culling.
Minn Kittio Morris if Wilinliiioii,
Ilia., Kixtcr "t the lute Williiim II. Mntris
ji in tht city, visiting lier Imitlii-r'H fninily.
Tlw caw! of John I. lit; y vh. Cily uf
(''tM, for Hiilury uh civil on-j "mccr uf the
jimv levet' work, wits culled in our circuit
-TlttM'e WUH no police lilwiiiesayrMotilny,
Lto in tlio evening Chief Arleri aeoi ti'tl nn
offetiiler to the l'K'k-il), wliow.' cihc will 1m
cnijuirttt Into thin morning
Mayor Winter left the city, yoHterduy
n tt IxiNiiiittft trip toCnnnl. I lo umintulim
bualnean cKtaliliHhinent In tliut vIIIiid
lUat In laid to Ihj in a very thriving eondi-
The Orsinmur dopnrtuient of tho Tlilr
tnmtli ttrcct Nchool houno will noon lwwt a
mi ninuljr uf window curUvins if the
money heiny pooled by the. pupils prove
BUtrieient to make the purchase.
Conductor Mann, of tho Illinois Central
railroad, who was innriii;d to u Centmlitt
lady hist Wednesday, is, with his bvidty
stopping with Mr. uml Mrs, John Linibcrt.
0cur llaythorn Is puttin tho Ward
ner buildinj; in readiness for the reception
of his large stock of jyoods, ntid will, as
soon as the removal can he ellected, ojieu
out in that building.
Twenty-six car loads of foreign goods,
direct from Liverpool, and consigned to St.
Louis, were taken from M. V. T. Co. barge
No. 81, yesterday, and sent forward, via.
Illinois Central railroad, to their destina
tion. The flays of the different engine
houses of the city will fly nt half-mast to
day out of respect to the memory of Capt.
Wm. T. Uccrwart, first assistant engineer of
the Citiro fire department.
Business is dull. Try stock specula
tion ! Thousand of dollars are often made
from nn investment of one hundred. Send
to Alex. Frothingham & Co.. brokers, 12
Wall Street, New York, for their Weekly
Financial Report sent tree.
There was a dance in the Cella building,
corner of Twentieth and Poplar, last night,
in which the young 'and middle aged
engaged with equal zest. It was oue of the
few balls that had no object other
than that of social enjoyment. '
Leander Axley has recovered from his
attack of pneumonia, and is again upon the
streets. Leander was never a vigorous
man, at his best, but hisdisease has left him
so thin, so emaciated and attcnuatedthat he
casts no perceptible shadow in the bright
Resides the twenty-six car loads of
foreign goods to which we refer elsewhere,
there were about two hundred tons of steel,
earthenware, terra cotta articles and soda
ash, on a barge lying at our wharf yester
day, which were also from Liverpool and
destined for St. Louis.
Ilalliday's horse, finding out after a
short experience that there is no place like
home, found his way back to his stable, yes
terday morning, and received a hearty wel
come. He had, manifestly, slipped his fust
enings, and in that way gave his new master
the slip. Re had on no halter or trappings
of any kind.
Lawyers and officers ot the Circuit
Court became unmindful of the rule estab
lished by Judge Crawford, prohibiting
smoking, ami commenced pulling away at
their pipes and cigars as formerly. Yester
day Judge Marker reminded the gentlemen
of the rule, and avowed his determination
to enforce it.
Sugar, molasis and ricp constitute the
principal freight going north by the Illi
nois Central railroad. Bulk meat is going
south in large quantities from points rive to
six hundred miles distant from Cairo, al
though the price in southern markets is only
about a cent ami a half per pound above
the prices that rule in St. Louis.
The young ladies and gentlemen of
the S. I. Hospital for the Inane, and of
that ncighliorhood, assisted by Mrs. Wil
liam Winter, of this city, will give a dram
atic entertainment in the asylum building
on the evening of the 4th inst. for the bene
fit of the Illinois Industrial School for
girls. Further notice of tin' utfair will be
Sonic folk arc. victims of nicknames
that are in no manner analogous to their
real uames. and we didn't know but Mr.
Kit Rudd had been similarly inflicted.
Hence we concluded that the public itad
covered up the designation E. Irvin by the
more convenient Kit, aed so concluding,
we so wr'.te. "E. Irvin" is the name of the
ten pound boy, und lony may h! live to
The wearing appi.rc! of the thieves in
Cairo must have given out all ut once.
Clothing constituted five-sixths of all the
property stolen from the homes of the city
during the two weeks past. The last raid
ol which we have, heard was that made
upon the ward-robe of (.'apt. ('has. Ncllis,
night betorc last. (Juite a lot of yund win
ter clothing wan taken; but we are unable
to state its value.
-Ambrose I'yatt has purchased 11 Imlf
inteiest in the furniture and auction house
ot V . Reisser, and he ami voting Frank
Reisscrwill hereafter run the establishment
under the firm name of I'yatt A; Reisser.
The business of tho house is nlruadv well
fHtahliidicd, und will, through the energy
und uctivily of tho new proprietors, be in
creased ami popularized. Roth of the part
ners will deserve well of the public.
The Iteltit City lire company held a
meeting, last night, lo nrrnngc for an at
tendance, in a body, upon the memorial
services that will he held In the Church of
the Redeemer to-morrow morning, as u
tribute to the late W. II. Morris. Jlr. M.
was a valued member of the Delia com
pany, and eoniiiiande I the repeet and
friendship of every otio of his brother inein
b -rs. Th" Delia will iitlend tile services
In a body,
The profcvdonal card of Dr. Rryunt
may be found in another column of this
paper. Dr. Rryunt In already generally
known to our citizens kh a skillful and em
lncntly Hitceefsful physician. He Is win
ning rapidly upon the confidence and res,
pect of our people; und in quite certain to
share largely in such patronage In his line
as tho ailment und physical ufQictloni of
Cairo humanity may create. Tho Doctor's
CAIRO BULLETIN:. SATURDAY MOKMJM, FEBRUARY 1. 1870.
otllce is over Smith & Rrinkmcyer'B mer
chant tailoring establishment, and his resi
dence on the corner of Washington and
A colored girl named Oeorgiu Hall
complained before esquire Comings, yes
terday, that 0110 Harry Dundcrwowl cursed
her savagely, because she, iu a manner that
was perfectly angelic, wouldn't allow Dun
doiwood and her brother to play cards in
her house, which is located on 28th street.
The trial of the case will come off to-day.
The mourning Hag of the Rough and
Ready lire company was floating yesterday
evening ou account of the death of Mr.
William Recrwart, who, as wo nnnounce
elsewhere, died during the day in Evansville
Indiana. Mr. Ileerwarl was, for many years,
president of the Rough and Readies, and
did more than any other man, perhaps, in
bringing the company up to its present state
of elliciency. lie was, also, at the time of
his death, a member of the Cairo Casino;
but did not, as many suppose he did, belong
to the Odd Fellows. '
Mrs. L. J. Tisdalc, of Chicago, who is
now giving lessons in elocution to a large
class in our city, is the state lecturer for
the Illinois Industrial school for girls, and
has been invited by the Rev. Mr. Whituker,
ot the Methodist church, to deliver a lec
ture upon "Industrial Schools and their
Necessity to Society," in tlc Methodist
church, next Suudav evening, when union
service will be held nt that place, of the
several churches. In about two weeks Mrs.
T. propose- to give a grand carnival of read
ing and music, at the Athcneum, assisted
by her pupils, tor the benefit of the Cairo
Public Library and the Industrial School.
Of nil of which the public will please take
The impression that prevails among
our people that the corporation of Vincennes
holds fiO.000 of the C. it V. railroad stock
for that amount of money paid over to the
construction fund, is not warranted by the
fact in the premises. With a forecast, that
was a conspicuous, lack with Cairo people
the Vincennes folks imposed conditions to
their subscription that insured "value re
ceived" before delivery of the Ixnids. The
conditions were that the principal machine
shops of the w hole road, the 145 miles in
Illinois as well as the S or 10 mih in Indi
ana, should be estalished in Vincennes; and
the said shops should be established w ithin
two years from the time the subscription
was made. The conditions were never com.
plied w ith, and, as a consequence Viiiccnncj
saved her flO.000. '
The well-talki d-up horse race between
Harlem and Rutciier Roy comes off on the
Island course to-day. Harlem was victor
ious, in the former race, putting into the
pockets of his owner and backers several
hundred dollars. Iu that race Harlem was
given the advantage of lifry feet, in the
start, although the outcome showed that
he did't need any, and showed that he would
have won the race had it been an even one.
In tin; present race he is given no advan
tage, that we have heard of, and to win the
money that is put on him, he must make
better time than Rutciier Roy. There is not,
p: rha( s, us much money bet on this contest
as on the other, but enough has been
staked to render it interesting, and to draw j
out a large crowd of spectators. j
-The colored man who was the victim i
of the "strap oil"' joke, about a week ago. is j
again in the foreground. He is not satis- j
lied with the disposition Tuk Rli.i.in(. ion !
made of the matter, and through the agency
of an amenuensiR addresses us a note, sub-
stanlially as follows: "The facts of the
case are these: A shoe-maker or fancv !
boot-maker living up town, thought he'd
play smart by playing a joke on an innocent
man, by sending toe to 11 down' town shoe
maker for soinc "strap oil." The down
town man understood the joke, and abused J
me like a pick-pocket tor being such an
ignorant nincompoop. Now, Mr. Riillingtou
man, I want you to l"t the blame of this
matter rest where it belongs, not mi the
shoulders of innocent family grocers, but
upon a down-town shoe-maker who is
about to engage in matrimony, ami w ho
is not therefore, responsible for his actions."
And so, after many days, and without re
sorting to the desperate expedient of "tele
graphing" the jokers, the colored man in
question, is set, right by the Ru.i.ivstow
A white woman who gave her name as
Virginia Seid, made application to the mis
tress of an up-town home Thursday evening,
and representing herself as a skilled worker
and as a deserving woman, she secured em
ployment.. She was a southern woman, she
said, who had lost her husband ami two of
her children by yellow fever, and had been
rescued from the black vomit sin;'!; of the
disease, herself, by a librral use o.
camomile tea. She yet had two small clai
dren charged to her care, and it was for
tin in, as well us for herself she sought em
ployi'.it'tit. Rut Vitginia didn't turn out
well. When, next morning, tho mistress
stepped in tht! dining room expecting to
summon the family to a bnnkfust of
"dripped" coffee, nicely broiled und
brown-crtisted rolls, she saw, instead, a
tildes stove, tho kitchen dour ..1 1:....
wuli! open and the "deserving hi mtliurii
woman" goni . Rut this' was imi u,
glance ubotit the premises disclose the flU;t
that a very heavy draft had been in ,,!,. utM
the coffee bin, tea caddy, sugar lmX ,.t(,.
sundry toilet articles were gun", ,:, mi
perhaps, of the new market l,,
which was also missing. And llni.,ii w.,.ms
the family took the, stranger ia, , Wl,
"takeu lu" Iu return. It was iCa,iy llis.
covered, on inquiry, that: the woman is a
consummate deud-boat. She has been iu
the city tyvo or three weeks, winning upon
the sympathy of tho people by her story of
I suffering and want, usually closing with an
appeal lor money. The same game she
played upon tho family in question, she
has doubtless played on other families, and
will ni'.:st likely continue to play it as long
us she can do it with impunity. It might
lie well for such housekeepers of the city
us give ear to uR they hear, to keep a look
nut for Virginia Held. She is a bad speci
men of that clement knowu as "Southern
Our fellow-townsmen, William T.
lleerwart, Vho has been in Evansville,
several months, in the hope of regaining
his health, finally became so low, his case
so hopeless, that his physician decided
that the only hope ot saving his life rested
in the success of a surgical operation. Jle
was suffering from an ubcess formed in the
substance of the liver, and on Saturday of
last week, he was subjected to the operation
known among surgeons us aspiration. The
operation was performed by Drs. Irwin and
Lining. Fifty-four ounces, or nearly three
and a half pints, of pus were removed; and,
although the ordeal was a dangerous one
for a man in his terribly enfeebled condi
tion, he passed it safely, and the next day,
although exceedingly weak, he telt much
better. The do.'tor attendim him ex
pressed the belief that the chances were
favorable to his ncovery.
V. S. We had !ini.hcd writing the
above but a few minutes when we re
ceived intelligence of Mr. Ilecrwart's death,
lie lingered along, gradually -inking,
after the operation, until yesterday, when
he died. Our local readers who knew Mr.
Reerwait will receive this intelligence with
feelings of genuine sorrow and regret, but
not with surprise. His friends anticipated
the worst when he left Cairo, and the news
we now give is only 111 continuation of
those tears. We have no details, and can
not say, thrclbre, whether his remains will
be brought to Cairo, or interred in Evaus
ville. Particulars will be given to-morrow.
KSFROM CLUB HALL LAST SIGHT.
About two hundred men and women at
teided the temperance meeting in reform
hall last night, the women largely pre
The meeting opened in the usual man
ner, liesidcut Rare lay in the chair, and
prayer by Rev. R. Y. (ieofge.
Among the letters and communications
iu the hands of the very obliging secretary,
Mr. (ieorge S. fisher, was one from .Mrs.
L. J. Rittcnhouse, secretary of the W. C.T.
L., announcing a purpose on the part of the
Union to give a supper and festival next
Thursday night, and soliciting from the
inemls'rs of the C. R. C. contributions of
cooked meats, fowls r.nd, cake, bread, etc,
A request was appended that all white rib
bon members be notified to attend the busi
ness meeting named for this afternoon.
A communication from M. F. (iilbert,
Esq., secretary of the Vestry of the Church
of the Reedenier, was also read. The com
munication embodied an invitation to the
Reform dub to attend the memorial ser
vices of W. H. Morris, deceased, to be held
in the Church of the Redeemer to-morrow ;
and to contribute to a permanent tribute to
'he deceased, to be placed in the same
Ry a vote of the club the !eretary was
directed to answer that the invitation had
been accepted, and that as individuals, and
not as a body, the club Would attend the
Tl"' 'tary then read a letter
irom lion. r. ii. 1 oungtiiooi, oi
Rentoii. Mr. V. rendered his excuses
for his non-appearance last night;
mid promised to address the club on the
1 Ith instant.
President Rarclay then announced that
there would be a meeting of the club for
thetransaction of business to-morrow eveni
ing. For the present meeting they had no emi
nent speakers from abroad: but they would
utilize homo talent. Cairo contained, lu;
said, as effective temperance speakers as he
hud ever heard, and while the Murphys and
Houghs were desirable, they could hold
useful and entertaining meetings without
them. The club was then addressed by a
number of its own nictnhcis, commencing
with Mr. John P.Ilely.
Tit i;uk is but one verdict, and that is
that iu thirty three years Dr. Hull's Cough
Syrup has never failed to euro 11 Cough.
Cold or General Hoarseness. At Drug
stores. Price 25 cents; five bottles, $1.
PROBATK COURT - ADJOURNED
HON, It, S. YOCl'M, JUIXIK, T'UKSIDINII.
1ST A.NO 2ND IM'H.
Report of Mrs. L. II. Hughes,guardian of
minor heirs of S. R. Halliday, deceased,
examined, "corrected, ami approved.
Petition of Florence Wilcox and Alfred
Wilcox, allowed, bond approved and letters
ol'iulministralion on estate of William H.
Wilcox, deceased, issued to them.
Resrt of Dan'l I Mil, administrator cf
Margaret Held, approved and idministrator
Report of Sarah L. Rreese, admx, of
Dotiia Rreese. deceased, approved; and or
dered that the personal estate bo delivered
to the widow, and administratrix dis
charged. Appraisement bill and Inventory of tho
estate of Thoiium 13. Walker, deceased, in
ventory approved. Appruisenient bill re-
turned for correction ami completion
dered that administrator sell the personal
estate, after due notice given.
Appraisement bill of the estate of Wil
liam II. Wilcox, deceased, submitted, aud
being incomplete returned to appraisers for
James T. Morris, administrator of the es
tate of H. , II. Cumpster, deceased, or
dered to give notice to heirs, by publica
tion, aud make final settlement at the next,
March, term of this court,
Report of Thomas Martain, guardian of
Willeyand Maud Remick, examined and
held for correction.
Report of Thomas Martain, guardian of
Eulalie Martain, submitted to the court for
Elias M. Cihisgow, administrator, having
filed the receipts heretofore required of
him, is discharged from further liability.
Court adjourned until third Monday in
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The I'Koi't.K ok C.Mr.D need not be told
that Mr. W, M. Davidson is one of the
most skilled and reliable wotkers in tin
and sheet-iron that ever located in Cairo
He demonstrated that fact many years ago;
but that he may demonstrate it again, he
has established himself in the rear of Mr
Rristol's family grocery, where, supplied
with all necessary tools and appliat'ccs, he
hopes to receive orders from those needing
his services. He is prepared to perform
any kind of work, from the patching of a
piut cup. to the r'xtthig and guttering of a
depot. Re proposes to do good, lionet
work at living prices, and is not without
hope that his fellow-citizens will In-Muw
upon him a liberal share of their patron-
Attkntios Fikkmax. The dilferet Kin
Companies of the City are requested to suv
pend their flags fit half-mast, and uflix
crapw upon door of their respective Engine
Houses, till after the burial of W. T. Rec r
wart. deceased, A-itant Chief of the Fire
Department, of the City who died at Evmis-
ville. Friday, Jan. 1711.
Ry order Henry Winter, Mayor and Chief
Cairo Fire Department,
Ri.ank books in stock or made to ordej
by Ambrose Pyatt. Paper Roxes matintac
t tired to order. Call at the Rulletin Ruild
ing, or address him thrutioh the postnfi'.ee.
Foil a good hhave for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-live cents, 01, to Henry
Schick' baber shop. 'No. V2 Coiniueeial
- - -
Fukk Oym'KU Lunch, every night nt
half-past eight o'clock, at Harry Walker's
Ritvsi ii Okfk i: uf Williams' Steam Dye
Work, of Evansville, at Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street. Cairo. Ills.
Esrit Y Cow. Taken tip by the sub
scriber, living on Eighteenth street, be
tween Popular and Commercial, on or
about the ','Oth instant, a red side cow with
white back, no ear-marks and has a young
calf. The owner is requested to come for
ward, prove property, nay charges and take
her away. F. Wihtcamp.
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 3!, V.h
Fui--.it lloFHM.N. has started a blacksmith
shop again, at the old stand near Sixth and
Commercial avenue, where he will do all
kinds of bhick.smithing, wheel-wrighting
and horse-shoeing, cheap, niLwr, CHEAP,
for Cash. Everybody knows that he'iias
been in the bitMiiess 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 a trial once,
and he will make his prices to suit the
Jfsr IN ami for Sai.i., al low pricey
Yarmouth Corn, Duekwall Tomatoes, White
Cherries. Lima Reims, Marrowfat Peas,
Turkish Prunes, New -,i!,S) p,.(ls, ,mslt.,j
Coffee of all grades, imd u splendid mill to
grind them for ymi free of charge. Abo a
large stock of Suar and Colfce. (Jiveus
a call. We have a full ,tock of everything
'""'' lin'' Pi:rnsfc I'iKii. .
Am. the llnest bnind.s of cigars and to
bacco, line cut and plug. ei'sehaiini and
other pipi's, cigar holders, etc., etc., a largo
and varied stock, for silent wholesale and
retail, at F. KoiMnvers, sijxl, rnt near
NitwsivM'wis, N-lMMnilonkl'inkHof the
best brands, Allmmv Ofllco Fixture,
Rrackots, Pencils, Sled Tcus ami a variety
of Stationery, all at very low figures, always
on hand at Ambrose Pyatt's News und
Stationary Stain I, Rulletin Ruilding corner.
Fukk oyster, lunch at half-past ei-ht
o'clock, every night, at Harry Walker's
IvfrollTANT to those wishing tosave lumi-
cy in purchasing their winter boots teal
shoes. We have on hand and are still u
ceiving. a complete assortment of men's
boots and shoes, all styles and sizes, of the
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hand-made
goods, which we sell lower than ever be
fore, and lower than like goods can be ob
tained anywhere in the cily. We uNo
have a good line of ladies shoes of the ln-st
manufacture, from a fine kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, sold
very close. C. Kuril,
No. 1)0 Commercial avenue, luhmii
Fifth and Sixth street.
liKI'UHT OF TIIK CONDITION
of UK; .
CITY NATION A 1 I i. N Iv
al t'uiro. ill till? Sll.li' ill Illlllo!". Ut the 1 1
.TAN 1'AHY 1, I"-: !.
!t!ul lit Ks.
I.ieiu :itii lii-i'ie: n!
I'. . )ji i : iln to -iH'iiie i lr 'illa
,'lH M O
I'. s. I, uml. nn hiiinl
( elu r ki,h k. iiiii.il- :nnl uioii
Die llolll eiioeil rem Tie
nei;t . i..i :;:
Due from olio r iiu'eo,:,! Lank- lii.i.c !e
line Iniiu Mute bnnl ami
!auker I yy, M i
Ileill e-ttlte, f-.iritit ,!: II. if! tiv
'le i k-nuil oile r ci;ii iti :u- l.r.'H in
iniif of otle r llioik- . . '
Frnctloiml eurrem-i. iimli;,.
in un kelei
Sireie.i liirliiiilliif .Mill, 'f re
I-eU.il Tender lmtc
l(eilellilioli lllllli V. ill! I . S
Treasurer, i" r rem. uf t it
line Ironi I', S. Trean.n i
other than .1 per rent. e
;i. 'A ii
i v i.'r
I, .on. in . .i,. ; i j
('.-iplta! rim k palil iu
National hank note, o ittaml-
$ i nil, ,o
' e. ,, .11
Diwileiil uiiaiil :. .
Detnanil rertidcat ot iletio-it J jj
Due In other national l,Snk. 1.1:'.".?!
line to State tialikt anil
hanker "MM iie.'r;
State nf ',iiiui. rountv of AleTpei .-.
I. W . Hyni, c!iler uf tin' Une li t n l l.i
do "oleinnly near that the Ih' kI-ii i. i nt i- i
lo the lien: ot my kuoKln:."- and l -li, f
W. Iltii- ( j-'.i:
Sulini-rilH'il anil morn to Ix-fore nn- i,n .""ti
of January, l:U. il. II win.r.. .Volar- I'r
O. D. Wii.i.m.. (
It II t SMXiilHV. !'::, i '!
II. I.. Mm i.iihi ,
AN l S!'
A FIUCi: TEST TRIAL
OK ONE OF
1)1. I''Q1 1 liKS
H HALT II J!KST(I!!I(; I'ADS
We will .enil one of our IIKAI.TII L! sn ;.
INli l'Alls to aiiv Invalid a'tlietnl wOh I.
i ouoilaitit. CIUI.I.S ami I'M LI!. IVii.r
l loS. ( Os l KV Ks. Sen..,:. H-....- i .
l)Vflieiill. Nervilll Dehilllt ami ll:Mir,- I! o. '.
If tlier will -ml n t In-i r mmiIiiii. sue ,
ilr'.'" ait'i ii'.'ree to ml ii'$;,oo !' r .-.
a cure to their entire iti-faitlot:. oth-i-v
t.'iere il! he no i hriri."'. We will On iln i
inie tin: iuhlii: ol the u;i. r or uiee- i- .
Anil that tin y will tin :ill we :iy A tlil
liei-ei.iily lie liniUeil lu niiuiiiir. tr.i'-,
therefore, mi eai'v illi aliou will in, made. .. :-
1 (in . Very l.'.'-jiiTtrnlly Yuer.
Illl. li. W. KOI.'lths
i Kim ti t, I'ini itiiniti. '..
l'lirlei!iia .pea's in Ternm of l'r.ii-e in luvor o: '
j m;ini pad.
I li IN.,Tt, .1 line i'S. is;-,.
Iliivln' lunl oiii'i'on"iil"ia!ile :n'iiiainl.iiii e wti!
I the oieiitlion of the I'nl I i-jn eiim ei:ei,r;:
j reeoniin"in It i' an i ellenl r lti.-il v iu all the ,1.
I o.i,k for wiiii h Dr. Forle rouu-,-1- its l-r.
Hit. .1. IIAI.I.OU Kl.l ,
I ' -;ei tooi-e Sttri t. t'lneimi,, '
I 1 I ' I. II. .. f L .. .1 IL , .
,i nui ie. mi-i iiii r.iie-i,, nil- hi'ii-kiiii.i n ; ,
Nl Uiiinary. ny :
1'IM innati. .1 il ii- :ii.
llnvlui.' hail a lull! ai'iiniiitanee nita In Fur . -.
I urn aatialii'il thai whntf ut lierei omineiel'. lie e-,,
f-ii iiirii-cieni'iiiaiilv, uiel !ll iro . nil thev itr.im'pi-
r.l.V. .KiSKI'll KVKI,"i.
K s: I ni e l from n few uf the Many l.eitern fvi n'i r.A.j
ivei'iveil at the Otliee.
One aaya: "I feel Unit voiir IH f If Ini.c mim iI 'i v
111'': " Another Miyti : - "Your I'm! h;i ju-t ri',:eiie,'
llty rime. It hna entirely rennned My eu.tei . .
mill ciiiiMei',iriit Sick lleiniiirlie." Another v rile-
' Your I'Hil lilleinleil -t rift ly to Inline. ,-iih: i,i
foity elht Iioiiih I T'lt il" well n ever." Anolli.v ;
"Your I'nil hiineureil ineof llii:ici'.ii.ne- ainl atu.'
piil Liver. I am hett.er tiuiii I have hei n in iu -.tv
venrs." Still another kiivi.: -I Imm , miiiieil u, tle
hni rorf tfvi Intr nut nf a loi)iiil l.leniui lnii, i.i,i.
Aflt r tit-i nir your piul nil ilioe ,-h inc. one
miire:-"! have uhi-'I your l'ai with perleeth
liirior.v refill!, ami i lieerlulh reroiniiii inl iliein
.MASt.il KItAliK HALL.
(ilvrli hy lliu
JA MJO TLTJL(!KMKLJ);
' Turin:! II a II,
FKHKUAltY 1th, IU79.
VKIIVIIOny Should utteiul. Uvtlll lie iho llrM
m nun urni unu ui mu prtiFun,
ciimhiitus or AiiUAN(ir.Mr.Nrs.
llmliilph Huliaarlter, lUlin MutKlu, L, f, rierhnri
Hti!ilieii Mrhwnnlu, Wtu, Alhii, John A. Koelilci!
IA, A, Iltittvr. '