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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOttMNU, FEBRUARY 15, 1879.
HE GREAT BLOOD TOXIC
Forthocnro afall dlaeaaea arllnc from Impure
blood, and for liivlpiralliic mid utrunatlu'iilim tho
vital organ. Arevou weak, iiervou. debilitated,
pale and emaciated T Have you lout your appetite
lime you naiieea, pain In tin hack. ate? If o, Dr.
Lludwy'a Wood Hearchcr will drive out the riUcao
ndbrinu hack the lUooro of Health. Pimple.
Boll, Kryaipela. Tt'tlir. Halt Itheum. Ac. urc but
nrface liidlfatloua of Itlood lieuie; mid Dr. Llud
tej't Blood hearchcr. by purlfylutf the ylein oft
euthekln and buuttfli the complexion. Sold
fcj all drmi!,'lt. 1 uu per buttle. H. E. Seller,
l'roprielor, I'lttaburi;, Hurctny llrot., Atfcnta
gELLEK'S COUGH SYRUP.
Over 1,0110.000 bottle nold. It la the mot pleasant
and popular remedv for Coucba. Cold, Croup,
lioanmeii and all throat and lung dlwanua. Hat
been In uim for half a centurv. Doctor waminend
and preacrllKi It. J. K. Yunian, Long r. O . III.;
ay: "It aved mv two children frm the crave.
A L.HImmon. of Baltimore. Md.. alao My: "It
will cure the worm coith Immediately. Ah your
draegittt or ecui'inl atorukeeper for It md take to
U.r, Prioa, 25c.. 50., md $10U per bottle, bend
for circular. K. . Seller Co., Proprietor,
PUUtborK, Pa. Barclay bro., AseuU, Cairo.
Torover50vearSELLEVS LIVER PILLS bate
been the mandard remedy for Liver Complaint,
Cotlvene, Sick Headache, Pain In Shoulder or
Back, DIzxIoom). Coated Tonirne.Fever and Acta,
and all diae arlelng from a deranged tate of Uie
Liver or Stomach. Thoma Adam, of Wr Sandy,
Kv., Mva: Heller- P11W have aaved hundred or
dollarin doctora' bill In thla country. K. K.
Seller & Co., Proprietor, Pittsburg, Pa. Barclay
Bro., Agent. Cairo.
J II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Washington Avenne.
Offloe bour-9. a. . to r, .
HESIDENCEl-Corner Nineteenth and Waah
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Snrg-eon.
OOre 136 Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue. Cairo.
yjf R. SMITH, M. D.
Office anil Residence :
SO. SI THIRTEENTH STREET, CAiKO, ILL.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
mca No. 13fi Commercial
Sight!, and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYX,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
G. T. WIIITLOCK,
t.ENERALCOLLECTOR OF BILLS AND RENTS
All account of professional and busine men
promptly attended to. Office. 136 Commercial ave
nue, between Eighth and Ninth fttrcct.
' Reference: Professional and Business men of
IffM. Q. McGEE,
Ofllcc, over C. 4 V, R. R. General Office.
OFFICE Ohio Lcvec. bet. Fourth and Sixth t.
jINEGAR &, LAXSpEX,
OFFICE-No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTV.
Only Morninff Daily in Southern Illinois,
We are authorized to announce the name of At.
mto Cominuh ua a cundiduto lor City Treunurer at
tlio eniuing city election.
We are athorlzud to announce the name of W'ai
mL. BninTOL an a cundld;itc lor the (itHro of City
Truacurur, at the ennulug charu-r election.
We arc authorized to announce V. F. Kciiciukks
aa a eaudldaie for City Clerk at Ibu aiiruuehlut;
We arc authorized to announce Lons L. Davih
a a candidate for City Clerk ut the enculnn inu
We are, authorized to announce Jolts B. I'iiii.i.im
a a caudldnM for re-election to tlio office uf City
Chtk ultne upiToucmtiK municipal election.
SOTICB. TO WHOM IT MAY COSl.'EHS. TtlO Cairo
Bulletin Co., will pay no IiIUh contracted hy nny of
it employe, oruny ouc connected with Tiik llei.
MriH, nn)cK the same U made on a written order
icned liy myu'lf, and I lie order mut be attached to
the lilU when prusuntud.
E A. ReiiNKTT.
HniNAi Orrifit. I
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Ther, Hum Wind. Vol. Weather.
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W. II. RAY,
Heru't Signal CorDtf, U. S. A,
OO TOO. 11. JACKSON 4k CO ,
No. bO Ohio levee, for Michigan Seed
Potatoes and choice tipples. .Inst received
3 car loads.
Mrs. Swimd'T hn convi-rted th'i ofllcc
recently vacated by the Mayor, into a busi
' new house, uml will coiuluot the busineHs
" in pmon.
. A d'rang'j man wus (lr.r,vned near the
1 ' Mioiith of tin; C'nche, yeterday, ly tin; cup-
slf.in of "kifb I ff lniMu'V particulars
! Lo our river (dumit.
i ;:' Lit tlm fHilicrnan who wilute hie livothcr
, ! t,Hw,mitn With "coukj to Coming.!," in
4 S i"ftly fi"'l " dollar.
i 1 Jlidgn Yiiii.'?IiI(mk, who cnlwtd In
' Vhxtm by the V. & Tlmnt.l iy night, Iu.
formcil us that fully two incites of snow hud
fallen ut Bonton, tlio night previous, and
hail rxtended some distanco down the rail
road. Horses and mules continue to form
quite an item of the reshipping biihinexa of
Cairo. Ten car loads wcut South, yester
day, hy the Mississippi Central, and . like
shipmcnta ro forward nlinoRt daily.
Dick Owens wns on the rampage, yes
terday evening. With pistol in ha,nd he
cleaned out one or two of the negro tene
ments on Thirteenth street; but without
hurting anybody, left and went down
town. . i
There was a social gathering of young
folks at the residence of E. W. Greeo last
night, as a compliment to Arthur French,
Mr. Green's step son, who is about to leave
the city far a sojourn of a month or more
Dennis Dcvine, one of the oldest resi
dents of the city, has weathered through a
spell of sickness of two months' duration,
and is able to make his appearance on the
street again. Dropscy and pneumonia were
tlio ailments from which he suffered.
Mrs. Mike Dougan has lost a mule,
which she is illy able to lose. Many per
sons believe it has been stolen. Others
think it has strayed off and will be found
again. Meanwhile the question will re
main : Has the mule been lost or stolen )
The number of stationery engines that
arrived here recently via Illinois Cetntral
and taken South by the Mississippi Central,
indicate a gratifying growth in the product
ive industries of the country below us. The
engines are, in the main, for saw and grist
'"If the Atheueum pays only $73 license,
why was Harry Walker charged tlGO!"
Tliis interrogatory was propounded to us
yesterday, three several times; and if,
'because Harry Walker is Harry Wa'.ker,"
is not a proper answer, we can tlunk of
Candidates for city clerk are "making
hay" among the colored sovereigns, with
considerable industry, just now, If there
is one among them who does not feel satis
fied that he hits secured a large following
among that class of- voters, it has not ben
our fortune to meet him.
We an; reliably informed that s rue of
the customers of Ales. Pruthinghaui & Co.,
brokers. 12 Wall Street, Xew York, have
made $ 800 within 30 days, from an invest
ment of about $100. Frothinghani fc Co. are
thoroughly reliable. Seod for their Weekly
Financial Report, sent free.
"The ice will bear," was shouted from
one struct corner to another yesterday
morning, until every boy and girl in the
city had leen informed of the fact. A
rush for the ponds, ensued, and all the day
through, myriads of little fellows all of
them half frozen were out "enjoying them
selves." Gloster Burton and Tom Robinson were
stopping at the Mayberry house, in tliiscity,
Thursday night, and during the evening
Burton managed to get his hands on $G.0.
of Robinson's money. He lit out; but was
arr-sted yesterday morning, and brought to
triul before Justice Robinson, who com
mitted him to jail in default of bail in the
sum of 200.
The attendance at the Delta City cal
ico ball, Thursday night, was very respect
able in point of numbers and otherwise.
The hall was not crowded; but comfortably
filled; the music was good; the manage
ment sensible and successful, and as a
natural result, everything passed off satis
factorily. The Deltas arc becoming fam
ous for the success of their entertainments.
'Squire Osbom, of this city, has just
been advised of the death of his neice, Miss
Ellen Moort, of Lowell, Massachusetts.
Death ensued from the removal of an
ovarian unior. The surgeons pronounced
the operation "eminently successful ;" but
it resulted as nine out of every ten of such
''.successful" operations always do result
in the death of the patient. Miss Moort
survived the operation nine days, and then
John M. Moycr, an old citizen of
Jonesboro, has suffered long and severely
from a cancer, that first developed itself at
the base of his jaw. So much of his neck
ana iuce is now involved mat ins tieatii is
likely to occui at any time. The ten
thousand "certain cures" have all been
tried, and with no good results. He has
now abandoned all hopes of recovery, and
I w',n ereut calmness and resignation awaits
Three times during the present week
wo have- been asked to write business
notices, and in each instance we were
placed under mi injunction to "write some
thing funny that will make the people
laugh, you know." The individual who
uun appreciato the impossibility of writing
"funny things" under compulsion, has a
tolerable idea of how well we succeeded.
It is difficult to imagine a more embar
An entirely new bill will lm presented
at the Theatre Comique, to night one that
promises to prove au Immense hit. All the
lady attaches will appear in new songs;
Wheeler and Ncbinger will perform several
new operatic overture, and Johnny Bow
man will appear in his irresiHtably funny
and uproarious sketch of "High jBCk the
Heeler." Other features will ho equally
entertaining; and as tlio whole programme
nas neon prepared with great cam, thtmo
who nttend may confidently reckon upon
tho most interesting and amusing enter
tainment ever given iu the Theatre Couiique.
Tho legislative committee out on
tour of inspections, arrived at Carborulule
yesterday. Their eating and drinking will
be done under the guise of inspecting tho
Southern Illinois Normal School. If thee
visitations were- not made, with all the pre
tences of business there would be nothing
to redeem them from tho designation of
"junketing expeditions." More effeotivo
means for sot finding out the abuses of our
public institutions could not be employed.
There is a considerable business in furs
and skins carried on in Cairo, a dozen or
more business men making it a feature of
their business. Thousands of coon skins
are brought in every month. from Mis
souri and Kentucky, anc1 scarcely a day
passes that a hunter or two may not lie
seen entering the city, bending under a
shoulder load of pelts. John Petrie received
a remittance of $300, yesterday, for a lot
he consigned to St. Louis.
By the fire at Jonesboro Wednesday
morning, property of tho value twenty thou
sand dollars, was destroyed. It originated
in a little restaurant adjoining the postotfice.
Tee postofSce building in which there were
a drug 6tore and millinery establish
ment, was burned as was the
building in which the fire originated. The
loss of Mr D. W. Miller, who owned the
postofBce building, is put down at f 10.000;
insurance $3,000. He was the principal
There is quite an interesting revival in
progress in the African Methodist church,
in this city, no less than thirty-five persons
having united with the church during the
two weeks pa?t- The minister in charge
informed us yesterday that there are forty
onp persons on "the anxious svat," who tell
him that they "can't rvcollect when they
were more powerfully moved by the spirit
than under his ministrations." Wherefore
he may safely argue that, &s a rcviva'.ist, he
is a decided success.
Marshal Arter informs cs that he is
charged with a d;.vigrvable duty; but be
iattn'ie to perform it, come what may. He
has lx.-en directed by special resolution of
the council to collect all money due for
licenses immediately. In oldjence to
his orders he will commence arctic:; de
linquents to-day. and will vigorously pros
secute all, without distinction, who have
not paid up by Monday next. He declares
that he doesn't like to do it; but he has no
choice in the matter.
As Katv Putnam is regarded a Cairo
girl, a number of our citizens will be
pleaded to learn of her dramatic triumphs.
She is now playing Lena, in Mad Cap. in
the town of Nice, near Philadelphia. When
in the city she plays in the Broad street
theatre, and theatrical critics of the Quaker
City declare that she is a successful rival of
Lotta. Slie draws crowded houses and is
an immense favorite with the Philadelph-
ians. Kiitie is de.-tined to win a great name-
in the dramatic world. It's a pity she did
not reniuin single.
Mr. Elijah Dickerson, of Commercial
Point, was in the city yesterday. He pro
poses to engage in the mercantile busi
ness at the point, and as everybody knows
him and has unbounded of confidence iu
lis honesty and integrity, he is very likvly
to win a lair share of the business of that
locality. Commercial Point, by the way.
is looking up. It has an excellent landing
for steamboats, and is a shipping point for a
large scope of the surrounding country. It
is entitled to a post office, nnd it is thought
that through the efforts now pending, it
will secure one.
There is a very perceptible spice of
Communism among the unemployed labor
ers, now in Cairo, that may, under certain
circumstances, produce a crop of trouble.
A very talkative individual, addressing
three ar four listeners, declared that the
time was near at hand when the man who
owned live hundred barrels of flour would
be compelled to roll it out to five hundred
families. The talkative individual may be
right; but the five hundred barrels of flour
would be rolled over at least five hundred
dead bodies before reaching the five hun
It wis thought, lor a time, that Judge
Snyder's friends would insist upon his can
didacy for tho seat on the Supremo bench
made vacant by tho death of Judge Iireese;
but it appears that the Judge will not per
mit his name to be usod in that connection.
The Jonesboro Gazette, of to-tluy, con
tains the following Item in that behalf:
"We arc pleased to learn that our esteemed
friend Judge Wm. Snyder, of lleleville, is
uot a candidate for Judge of tho Supremo
Court, but is, with all the earnestness of
his big heart, a pronounced advocate of the
election of Judge Mulkey to this position,
The St. Clair Circuit now has Judges, Sny
der, Watts nnd Wall, most aide jurists, up
on the bench, nil of whom will, doubtless,
bo re-elected in June next. It now seems
that their will be very little opposition, if
any. to the selection of Judgo Mulkey for a
position on the Supreme bench, a plucc ).
is so well qualified to fill."
If men will drink beer the renins why
they should drink the Relleville Star heer
oro ninny and indefeasible. It nmkes a
man jolly and good-natured. It makes a
man lovo his neighbor, and his neighbor's
wife, too. It sharpens the wits without
shattering; tho nerves. It tastes good "all
tho way down." There isn't a headache in
a hundred barrels of it, nor a tight U n
thousand. It keeps a man warm In wiMtor
anu cool in summer, and mboth food and
drink, at all times. It so attunes tho mind
into harmony with one's surroundings, that
Star beer drinkers can always bo told by
their smiling faces and happy dispositions.
Men who drink it, and treat their friends
to it, aro always elected to any offlco they
apply for. It is the only malt bevcrago
that President Hayes permits to come upon
his table. He knows that its use is con
ducive of long life and uninterrupted hap
piness; but he will not recommend its use
to tho members of Congress, until tho Star
Brewery enlarges its facilities. Meanwhile
Henry W. Pranken, at tho City Brewry,
can supply all ordinary demands, and will
be pleased to do so.
The steamer Stannard had left our
wharf and reached a point in the river op
posite Halliday's warehouse, on her way to
St. Louis, when a telegram was received
from that city to stop the boat at Cairo.
She would recognize no signals on tho
shore sho had just left, and unless hailed at
Bird's Point, the orders couldnt bo con
veyed to her at all. Had the cablo been
working to Bird's Point, the matter would
have been one of easy accomplishment; but
it was not working. Kent undertook the
job of stopping her, anyhow. He called up
Columbus. Columbus was too busy. Kent
insisted. He had only five minutes time in
which to operate and must be heeded.
Would Columbus repeat a mes
sage to Charleston instantcr? No;
but Columbus would put Cairo in connec
tion with Charleston so that the message
would go direct; but as soon as done Kent
found St. Louis and a half dozen other offi
ces, perhaps, fighting for the possession of
the line. He broke in, also, and gained
Charleston's attention; sent orders to the
Stannard to go back to Cairo and stay, and
begged him to repeat it to Bird's Point
immediately. This done Mr. Kent
went out on the roof of the i.ffice to
watch the result. The Stannard had
straightened out up the Missis
sippi aaJ had reached a point opposite the
incline, when her whevls slackened their
speed and finally stopped. A few minutes
later, she was lying at the Cairo harf. The
message reached Bird's Point ip time for
the operator to communicate its contents to
the Captain, as the bout was in the act of
passing. All this being done within an in
terval of five or ten minutes, shows the
wonders that may be achieved through the
intervention of the "Magnetic Telegraph
TIIE REFORM CLUB LAST NIGHT.
Not less than five hundred ladies and
gentlemen congregated in the Reform hall
lat night to listen to F. M. Youagblood,
who had arrived in thecity the night previous.
After reading and approving the minutes
of the proceedings of the la.t meeting, the
secretary read a letter from Capt. Williams
who writes from !it. Louis under date' of
13th in.t, that H. Clay Sexton, chief of the
St. Louis fire department, and Col. Scott, a
speaker of some note, would be in Cairo
next Friday, and. in the evening
address the lie form club. President Bar
clay suggi?stcd that as Mr. Sexton was chief
of the fire department of a great - city, the
Cairo fire department might desire to show
him soni : attention. He therefore suggest
ed that a committee be raised to confer
with the different lire companies, and learn
th'dr wishes and purposes in the premises.
The chair's proposition was favorably re
ceived, but action on it was deferred.
The chair then introduced Mr. Young
blood. His exordium was very tine, and
his entire address was forcible and inter
esting, lie didn't favor prohibitory laws,
and regarded all attempts to regulate the
appetite by legislation as love's labor
lost. He would make a few whole
sonic amendments to the laws
that govern the liquor traffic, and then trust
to tho force, of moral suasion. He would
have a penal code that would apply us well
to the man who bought liquor as to the
man who sold it. Drunkenness could
never bo legislated out of existence. To
bullish dissipation from the land, laws found
ed on reason and practical common sense,
might servo as great helps; but before
the grand anil glorious era of general so
briety is inaugurated, we must give the
women the ballot nnd free access to the
ballot box. Do that, and we can afford to
let the temperance causo take care of itself.
This remark called out thunders of ap
plause, showing that the audience was in
full sympathy with the sentiment.
Mr. Youngblood's manner of treating the
subject has much of originality about it,
and is "therefore peculiar.'' He is, mani
il'estly, a warm and zealous frieud of tho
cause, and in his advocacy of it is moved
by u strong desire to benefit his kind. Ho
made a good speech, and that itwas well re
ceived tin- frequent applause sufficiently
The club will hold a business meeting
Do Nor poison your little ones with any
soothing remedy containing Opium, Mor
phia or paregoric. Dr. Hull's Ihiby Syrup
is warranted not to contain any Opiates or
uuything injurious to the infant system.
A. H.vi.i.i v, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
largo and varied stock of tinware, Btoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook Btovcs
aro umong tho latest and best patterns and
arc not excelled as bakers: by anything in
tho market; they nro of tho heaviest make
and will hist longer und use less fuel than
any other. Sold no close us to make it an
object to call and examine. Everything
elso low to suit the times.
ADVEHT1HF.D t.ETTEIW'lN TUB CAIKO I'OHT-
OKK1CK, KEBHl'HY 15, 187SI.
Cluyhurn, Mary A.
Hardv. Mnrv A.
"uw on, iita,
Hoaa, J J,
Brown. Will 1),
Arnett, O K.
Brown, W 8,
Cliampltn, W 11,
Coffey, Tho B,
cook, h c,
Jlendrls. Willie K,
I'iatt, John J,
Porter. Mauler Jno W,
Keed, John N.
St. pheim, J W,
Smith, E C,
Tannatt. Capt J G,
Weliih, Geo W,
W 11 son, l'jr
York, O J
v uiiriuan, m,
I owl I n );, Ueo,
DonoliMin, J a. A,
r.iiiou, j nomas,
Kerrla, W 11,
Inaat'iion. J B.
Klne. E ( .
Mardlck. J Y,
I'iatt, John J,
mrter. I at J,
Kuaael), II f,
Sharp. Tho M,
smltn win U.
w trth. Henrr.
Parties wishing to obtain costumes for
the select masquerade to be held on the
evening of the 21st can lie supplied by
leaving orders with Mrs. S. Williamson.
Orders fr stkcial costumes should lie
handed in not later than the 18th instant.
Orders also received for Mardi-Gras cos
tumes, up to the 20 inst.
Johnnie Bowman, the popular minstrel
and great end man, with a good variety
troup at the Theatre Comique, only 25c
admiaion, every night.
Mr. Joun II. Beecheu has 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 hours, and regulating
Lis prices according to the times. The hun
dreds of citizens and country people who
have stopped with Mr. Beecher need not ln-
told that he always feeds hi patrons on the
Ix-st that ran le Lad. He is well known
for his good and abundant feeding, and
his acquaintances will Ik; sun: to triva him
a share of their patronage, an 1 the public
generally are invited to do so, lik-.-wise.
Hendeilson's Hardware store. Commer
cial avenue corner Twelfth, is the center of
attraction for both city and country people
There they find the "Grand Charter Oak
Stfives," Heating Strives, all kinds. Bird
Cages, Lanterns, Lamps, Chimneys, cut
lery, Plated ware, Carpenters t'.l. Files,
Hammer?, Hatchets, Tin ware all kinds.
Potatoc Pirers and Cutters, and thousands
of other articles that we have not space to
Eighteenth Annual Ball. The Hiber
nian Fire Company, will give their Eigh
teenth Annual Ball, at their New Engine
House, on the evening of the 17th inst.
The committee of arrangements are deter
mined to make this ball the affair of the
season, and invite the co-operation of their
friends in s j doing. Tickets $ 1 .
A place of amvsement The Theatre
Comique, open every night. Admission
2"ic to all parts of the house.
All the finest brands ot cigars and to
bacco, tine cut and plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc., a large
and varied stock, for sale at wholesale and
retail, at F. Korsmyers, Sixth street near
Bhanc-ii Okkick of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansville, at Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
For a go(xl shave for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's babcr shop, No. 142 Coinniecial
Foil bale A Wilson sewing machine,
cheap; in good running order mid nearly
new. Mns. E. A. IIcknktt,
No 83, Tenth street.
Two HCNDiiED persons havo the oppor
tunity now of becoming the owner of the
famous race horso Harlem, through an in
vestment of two dollars. Harlem is an
animal of good blood, fine mould and line
appearance. He is tractable, and would
form an attraction in nny stable iu the
country. Of his llect-footedness he has
furnished undeniublo evidence. Just how
fast he can run is probably not known. He
beats everything tlut has been pitted
ngainst him, and that was nil that was re
required of him. Hut Mr. Kyniishm has
consented to part with him, und that every
1'ody may huve a chance to possess him
self of a tine animal and a lightning racer,
Mr. K, will dispose of him by rafllc, issu
ing two hundred ticket at 3!iu:li. Harlem
may ho seen at Fitzgerald's Horse Mi
sion; tickets which aro soiling very rapidly,
can bo found at Pa Fitzirerald's, Mike
O'Donncll's and at Hairy Walker's. Th
raffle will take place when tho tickets are
Caknivai, OK JIKAIHNO AM) MUSIC
Atiienkcm. Tuesday and Thursday even
ings February 18th and 'JOth 1870. . Head
ings by Miss Laura Tisdale and her pupils
of live selections (if prose nnd poetry. Mu
sic by some of the best inusichuiH iu the
city. Admission 00 cents Children 'i" cents.
Tickets for both evenings for sale at I).
Ilartman's. No extra charge for reserved
Coal! Coal. Wood, Wood. F. M
Ward has on hand tho best quality of coal
for sale at the market price. Very low.
Also a large stock of wood of all kinds.
He is well known to everybody we trust
he will receive his full share of patronage,
Price to suit tho times.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
.Leather and Kindirijrs
No, 80 Commercial Ave., Bet. Fifth and Sixth Bin.,
T.r'Pconiantlr on band a large aaortment of
IV i.euu and Ladle itoou and bliovi of all atyiea
and alfen, and of the er? bet of Kt. Lotila and
Cincinnati llund made work; aold cheaper tban "
ever before., ami cheaper than like gooda can be
tallied in tbia city.
AIo. always on band a large atock of Leather and
Findings of all description, aold ery clow.
Ml'YVAL AID HOriCTY.
mows AND OKl'HAN'S
Mutual Aid Society, .
From T. A. 0bnrn. Aa. Secretary of Branch (i?. e
Romtir, Tknv.. January Stb, ls?9.
Tboraa Lewia, Secretary W. 4 O. M. A. S. Cairo,
Iear Sir and Brother:
Sinter Acton hat j out hanOrd me a c'rU!!rain
and direa me to forward it to yon; and M(Ufl
me to aay to yon and through yoa to the Sm i-t) ,
tbat ihe return hrr aincere thaukMoyou and the
Society, and to ay that he ha received more on
brother AcUjb'i death, (or rather on hi policy.
than the had expected ; and that chc will do all thtt
he can to Increase lta membernhlp. All that have
exprcMed tormacltea think well of yonr tabn'.ar
itatement. Yoprn Truly. T A CiSBl KN.
Bouvau, Tlx , Janoary Sth,
Th la to certify that my bunband. Itev. Jame (i.
Arton. vra a member of the Wldow'a and Orphan
Mutual Aid Society, of Cairo, Illlno. and tbat tbe
amount due on tucb membership ( . rrtiflrate In
been fully paid, according to the terin of the Cer
tificate:, and the money rxprereed to me kbou
one cent of cot, for which I return my iuc re
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvement
on old one; fr meclcal or other compound, trade
mark and label, fan-at. Aeeiirnmente. Inter
ference. Appeal, hull tor luiriiiui tnent. and
all rae anii unu'-r tho 1'nteut !.. prunipt-
Iv attended to Invention that have len
t? V I Vi 'T V f ) ''J itlv i'aWnl t'nk nay mill.
Jl li'l IjJ I li 1' In mi! cae. be patented by
u. BelaK oppo'iu? the V. S. I'at-'tit ficpartmem,
and enpaj-'ed in Patent bntneaexclnlefy, we can
muke cloeer eearr tic. and secure raten'.e mnr
promptly, and with broader claim, than thoe who
are reunite from Wahini!ton.
I " V V 'Tnl"s ' no'1''! orfketrh of
I 4. ? Iilv 1 V 1 1 j your device; we make ex
amination and advle a to patentability. !p-u of
rhnru'e. All correspondence rtrii lly ronfideuliol.
I'rire low. and no rhurce unit- 1'nient ! ecun d.
We refer in Wa-hinpti'U. to Hon. l'i.tma.:er
Oerieral 1). M. Key, l(i-v. V. I. I'ovter. The (erman
American National Hank, to cftleial iu the l'. S.
Patent iifllre. and to ."a-natora and lie pree ntatlve
in Utisreiaaa; and ecpetiallt toonr clia'nt in every
Mute iu the Union and in Canada. Addrev
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Oppoil Patent Office, WaahlBcton. D. C.
fJVJ IN VEN'TOKS AM) MECHANIC!.
PATENTS nnd tow to obtain them, rnmpiet of
CO uaip-a free, upon receipt of Stamp for postage.'
Auure, i.iu.uimr., bji uun u ,
Solicitors of Patent. Hox 31.,
WnehliiKton, 1. C.
A FKEE TEST TRIAL
OK ON EOF
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
Wo will send one of our HEALTH HESTOB
IN1 PAHS t my Invalid nlUla ted with Liver
Complaint. CHILLS and FEVEK, INDKiES
T10N, COSTlVENEStS, Nervoti Headache,
Ilyepepala, Nervous liability and Impure lllood,
If they will send n their awtiplom and ad
drees and u'reu to send ns S.U0 If It cftVctii
a euro to their entire iitlfaction, otheiwieu
theru will be no chnrKe. We will do thl to con
vlticn tho public of the superior value us a
OF OUIi PADS.
And tlmt tltev will do all wo kuv. As this offer
will neccurlly bo limited In number, we. hope,
therefore, an early application will he made. Ad
ilrea. 1 ery lepe tflllly Y our,
ur 1JK.O. W. EOIIIIES
172 Elm street, Clucluniitl.Ohlo,
I'liyalclana fpenk In Teima of Praise In fuvor of thu
Cincinnati, June 2S, ikto.
Hftvlna bad omeciiildei utile neqiiiiiiitunce with
thu tipeintlon of thu Pud, I can conelcnclouwly
recotnmeiid It M an e.tcelk'Ut renu'dv in all the tli
usee for whlrli Dr. Eorbe counnei It uc.
I)H. al. HALLOW KLLa
S7Uaoro Street, Clncli.nnii.
Whiit Itev. .loetili Emery, tho well ltnown City
Cincinnati, alnne TO, ls"tl.
H.ivliii hnd a lorn! acqualiitiince with I)r. Korbe.
I am HatiHfled Hint wbiiii'ver he recommend hu doea
, con.enclou.y, and wll l.p,w ?JI -hrtvm W.
Elrnct frnt w u' 1,10 ",'ul.v Lcttcra frequetitly
l-trelved lit the Officii.
One mvh:"I feel that your Pad lmvn wved mv
Hfo." Atmtbi'r any: "Your Tad ha Just rcuched
my rase. It liua entirely removed my eoctlveneM
mid consequent Hick Ilcmlnchu." Another v rite:
"Your Pud attended ntrlct.lv to bnsliie, and In
fort) cliiht hours I felt a well a ever." Anothoi:
"Yonr Pad linHCtiwd tneof iHlllonMtvuf and a tor
pid Liver. I am hetu-r than I hnvn been In twenty
yinrn." millanotherny:-! havti endnrcd all the
borroraprowlnir out of a torpid Liver and DycnepHA,
Alter uhIiik your pud all the III left mn.'' On
moNi:-"l bc u U yonr Pnda with perfectly aUa
faetorj reauli. and efunrrull.v recomrueud tlina to