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II. BRYANT, 31. D.
OFFICK: Eighth and Wanhlngton Avenue.
tMHc boon-, a. . W r,
RESIDENCE: Corner Nineteenth and Wah
r H. MAItEAN, M. D.,
Homoopatliic Physician and Surgeon.
)!! 136 Commercial avenno. Residence corner
ourUeuth St. ud Waahlngton avenue, Cairo.
R. SMITH, M. D.
Office and Residence :
NO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIRO. ILL.
JTJR. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omen-No. Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth anil Ninth Street
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FF1CE Eitrlith Street, near Commercial Atcnoe.
a. T. WIIITLOCK,
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All acconnta of profelonl and bnlne men
promptly attended to. Office, 11 Commercial ave
one, between Eighth and Ninth atreei.
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dice, overC. L V, R. R. General Ofr.cc.
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ruo Coming as a candidate for City Treasurer at
the est aiug city election.
We are sthnrized to announce the name of
tekL. Biutiii. a a candidate for the office of City
Treasurer, at the ensuing charter election.
We are authorized to announce W. F. Scbi-ckers
a candidate for City Clerk at the approaching
We are anthorized to annonnce Loi'ia L. Davis
an a candidate for tylj Clerk at the entrains mu
We an; authorized to announce Jont B. Pim.M
a candidate for re-election to the ofhee of City
Clerlt a; the approaching municipal election.
We authorized to announce that William H. Howe
la a candidate for the office of City Clerk, at the en
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Time, liar. Thcr. Hum. Wind. Vel. Weather.
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Maximum Temperature. 889; Minimum
peratare, 2U; Rainfall, 0 W inch.
W. H. RAY.
Serg't Signal Cort, V. S. A,
Mrs. Chellctt left Cairo yesterday on a
visit to friends in New Orleans.
Mrs. Charley Munn left Cairo, jester
lay, for her home in Grand Rapids, Michi
Miss Mary Egan, hereon a visit to her
mother, left for homo in Chicago, yestcr
The work of cutting down some shade
trees, and trimming others, is in progress
in all parts of the city.
Al. Antrim is the father of a ten and a
.half pound boy baby. It is a heavy "re
pponsibility" for so small a mnn.
. Mr. C. R. Stuart ventured a visit to
his store yesterday. , His sick spell was a
, protracted one and very exhausting,
Mr. William Naughton who has been
io tho hands of a physician for several
weeks, shows no sign of improvement,
Will Winans has returned home,
graduate from the Poughkcepsio Commer
rial school. He was absent about seven
Pred Kent has resigned his position as
I.C. R, R. telegrapher in the stone depot,
Ho has ktt thero during the past four
or five years.
-Tho river receded 1 foot 6 inch during
tho24 hours ending 3 p. m.,yestcrcny, lour
Ing a score of 211 feet 0 Indies above low
-water mark. '
The Rev. Mr. Powell's horse has been
recovered. As ho was never known to
wander off, Mr, Powrll feels satialled that
lie was ridden away and turned loose.
., In the case of the City vs. Dross, et
kIr, W. B. Gilbert, En., and W. Q. McGee,
Ksq., one, the Corporation Counsel and the
other tho City Attorney, appeared for tho
Mensclien Freiind writes well; but ho
is "too long winded, i no readers ut a
, alaJly paper, and many of thu weekly, have
neither tho time nor patience requisite to
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: .WEDNESDAY MOKMNU, FEBRUARY 19. 1879.
the perusal of column dissertations on
any subject. . Ho must "cut it short.'1
The meetings, in tho Methodist church
continues, and with a marked increase of
interest. Tho meeting last night was well
attended, notwithstanding tho attractions
John Smith, drunk, fined one dollar.
Jugged. Such, in brief, is the record of
the police court for February 18th. A
common name, common offense and a com
-rJim Einnear has opened a new sad
dlery and harness repair shop in the Artcr
building over Myer's grocery store, and
will probably do well after ho invokes the
aid of The Bulletin's advertising col
urns. A force of lalwrcrs was engaged on
the west-side Washington avenuo side
walk yesterday. A substitution of new,
planks for old ones is alxiut all that can be
done in the way of improvement unless the
walk is taken down and reconstructed.
There seems to I a growing sentiment
among Kentucky Democrat! against the
nomination of Dr. Blackburn, for Governor.
In the '-Purchase," Tom Corbett, ot Bland
ville, is prominently named in connection
with the office of Lieutenant Governor.
Chas. Hafer, of the firm of D. Rhorer
fe Co., the great Bourbon bisky distillers,
will arrive in Cairo to-day. He will remain
se veral days in the city and vicinity, devot
ing a part of the time duck shooting in
Missouri and coon-hunting in Kentucky.
The colored youngsters who gave a
public exhibition about a week ago, and
astonished everybody by the correctness of
their negro delineation, and the pertne$
and freshness of their jokes and verbal
passages, are rehearsing for another enter
tainment, which will come off this week,
"Scribblers, knife-whttlers, nuisance
makers and pump-destroyers" are notified
not to gratify their destructive propensi
ties on building No, 133 Ohio levee.
This notice is given by C. R. Clark, agent
of the Cairo Workingmcn's club, and of
the Great Greenback clubct Santa Moniac,
All the household gKKofevcry kind,
that constitute the furnishings of the late
F. M. Stockflcth's home, are for sale at pri
vate sale. Much of the f:rn:tur' is of the best
quality and has leca but little used. Every
thing will le sold, including caqvts, table
ware, etc. Apply at the residence, on Ninth
street, between Washington avenue fir.d
There will be a change of bill at the
Theatre Comique to-night the new ;ar.
Miss Cora .Everett being present in all her
new and engaging specialties. The full
company will participate, the different
members in their respective roles the
whole forming one of the best and most
enjoyable variety entertainments ever pre
sented to tho Cairo public.
At a meeting of the Les Bon Amis,
held Monday niglit, a constitution and by
laws were adopted, and the following offi
cers elected: m-suient, .nr. cnaries
Baker; Vice President, Miss Annie Alvord;
Secretary, Will Robbins, and Treasurer,
Mollie Riley. The name of the organization
remains unchanged. I f the members are at
a loss for a name wliv not call it "it!''
The Hibernian dunce was prolonged
until four or five o'clock yesterday morn
ing. The hall was crowded, and even'
man in attendance represented one dollar
in the treasury. The president informed
us yesterday, that the profits of the occa
sion will not fall below, but may greatly
exceed one hundred and fifty dollars. The
hilarity of the affair was not marred by
one, single unpleasant occurrence.
Mr. Pcttit intends to introduce new
skates of a greatly improved style in bis
skating rink, a sample pair of which can be
seen in Buder's thow window. They are of
the latest pattern and certainly superior to
all others. A handsome 'old-headed cane
will be the prize for the most accomplished
skater, a contest for which will come off at
an early day. While bearing this fact iu
mind, don't forget that tho invitations sent
out ure good for all times.
Mr. Wolf, of the firm of Patier & Co.,
has enlarged his residence grounds on
Division street, by the addition of the ad
joining lot, which lie recently purchased
for the moderate sum - of $100. When our
taxes were $1,50 on the $100, lots in that
locality sold for $400. Now that our taxes
are $5.50 on tho $100, the lot was probably
well sold for the $100. This fact embodies
a "tremendous" suggestion.
While engaged in Bportivo gymnastics,
Monday evening, one of tho members of
Mr. Utoners family knocked over and
broke a gasoline lamp. For a brief inter
val there was a lively prospect of a con
flagration among tho tinderish buildings
uttlui corner of l!)th and Poplar; but by
prompt and well applied efforts the flames
were extinguished, without damage to the
property or alarming tho neighbors.
Cairo is putting on an appearance of
shabbiness, in certain localities, that a little
patching, brushing up and pulling down
would remove, It look.1 bud, for instance,
to seo tho smoko stack of a large mimufact
uritig establishment lying ut an Inclination
of 43 degrees against tho roof of un ad
joining building, wero tho wind lodged it
several mouths ago. Conspicuous, too, and
tcmlily delapidated is tho old fraina rook
cry, near by, with windows unsashed, and
the whole structure as rugged us the "edges"
of Beccher's damnation. Tho broken cus
tom house Hug pole; tho badly cracked and
worn asphaltum walks nbout the postoflkc,
and rapikly decaying sidewalks everywhere,
givo tho city a "tattered and torn" appear
ance. A comparatively small outlay
would effect a wonderful change, in this re
spect. The royal car of tho Illinois Central
arrived in Cairo, yesterday, bringing J. C.
Ackerman, Esq., vice-president of tho road;
Mr. Jeffreys, general superintendent, and
Mr. Beck, division superintendent. It is
rumored that ordeis have been given for
the erection of a respectable office. The
present accomodations, in that respect, are
very poor and notably insufficient. If
ow ned by a Cairo business man they would
bo converted into a depositary tor Chicago
cabbages and empty kcroseno barrels.
Wild ducks are said to alxmud in
great numbers in the river and ponds in
the neighlwrhood of the C. & V. incliue.
The watchman there shouldered his shot
scattercr the other day, and in a few hours
retnrned with twelve ducks, all of them
wild ones. It is said that any average duck
shooter can do as well, any day. Parties
who distrust their ability as marksmen can
find a fine flock of ducks, not quite so wild,
in the vicinity of Adolph Swoboda's gro
Late last evening a colored man cm
ployed on the wharf-boat, noticed a stran
ger walk deliberately across to the outer
edge of the upper deck of th lxat and
commence throwing off his boots and coat.
Thinking something was wrong the man
ran to him just in time to prevent a first
class suicide. He seemed to be wild the
effect of a recent bout at drinking. So de
termined was he to end it all tiu n an !
there, that it required three men to hold
him. Dr. Parker was called and adminis
tered a soothing portion that finally quietod
his nen-es. His name is supposed to be
Ryan, a drummer for a St. Louis !ioue.
Old Aunt ILinnah. an Eighteeth street
washerwomra, is in a terrible state of men
tal excitement. She has by good work and
a long practiced course of fair-dealing, se
cured a very fairpatrcnags. Thehirts.skirts
bo?, handkerchiefs and nnderclothing of
all these customers were hung out to dry,
Monday evening, but didn't remain long
after nightfall. S imebody who felt himself
in need of the assortment of clothing Aunt
Hannah had flung to the breeze, -pulled
them all in," stripped the clothes line of
every garment, and made his esc&; with
them. As the thief is undoubtedly a man.
he will probably agree to titer into tifgotia
tions for the return of the skirts; but the
shirts are gone forever.
Some time ago the rumor was afloat
that Mr. George W. K'-nrick, M .yor of
Charleston, Missouri, and one of tiie oldest
business men of this section of the country,
had become so deeply involved financially,
that he would If compelled to make an
assignment. .We are glad to learn, as we
did yesterday, that, in so far as his individ
ual affairs are concerned, Mr. Kenrick was
never on a sounder basis than at the pres
ent time. The rumor to the contrary owes its
origin, ro doubt, to the fact that judgment
had been obtained against Mr. K. and
others as surities on a guardian's bond, fir
th.? considerable sum of:;0.000. Mr. K-n-drick's
share of this amount, which is
$0,000 or $7,000, will be paid the moment
the couit is ready to receive the same and
enter the order of release from further lia
bility. We are assured that lilr. K. i- in a
condition to pay this sum, and still retain a
very comfortable competence.
Sometime ago our fellow-townsman, 15.
F. Blake, Esq., received intimation that a
club of seventy-five shoemakers, of Lynn,
Massachusetts, contemplated a tour of
the southern states, with a view of selecting
a new lield lor their future operations.
Mr. Blake, properly appreciating the ad
vantages of Cairo for the successful prose
cution of almost any branch of productive
industry, c tus';d a letter to be published in
the Lynn Record inviting the attention
of the shoe makers to this point. He
says, what is known to be true that
"our city offers extraordinary induce-,
ments to manufacturers of every des
cription, being situated in the center of
the great Mississippi valley, the terminus
ot six great railroads, the head of uninter
rupted water communication with the ocean,
no city in the world offers better facilities
for shipping the produce of manufactories.
We have a thriving city of about nine thou
sand inhabitant;, living is very cheap, the
health of the city excellent, the people cul
tured and refined, and schools that are un
surpassed." To this might be added that
Cairo has already become tho source of
supply for a constantly widening scope 0f
country that already embraces Southern
Illinois, South-east Missouri and u largo
portion of Kentucky. Nowhere, within
this territory, is thero n manufacturing
establishment that pretends to supply
wholesale demands. Purchases are usually
made from middle men in Chicago, St.
Louis and Cincinnati, at prices that would
afford to the skilled maimlacturers a profit
of from thirty to forty per cent. The
country Is peculiarly tin agricultural one,
and, us intimated by 31 r. Bhike, the neces
saries of life can bo obtained, almost for
the mere asking.
The Reading and Musical' carnival at
tho Atheneum hist night, called out imt bn
unusual full house, mid a more select audi
ence never gathered in Calm on any occa
sion. Everybody present was most hand
somely and satisfactorily cnturtuined, ami
we sec no reason why the projectors of the
curuival should not feel proud of
the success they havo realized.
The opening recitation, "Tho Jackdaw of
Rhiems," by little Florence Halliday, was
rendered in a manner that called for un en
core, as it deserved. Mnna's Waters, by Miss
Tennie Woodward was well recited. Tho
bass solo by Mr. Johnson was very fine, aud
rapturously applauded. Miss Bettie Kors
nieyer's rendition of "Centennial Bells"
could not bo improved upon. She was fol
lowed by Miss Alice Wardner, "How tho
Old Horse Won the Bet." This recitation
in voice and gesture, was, in our opinion,
one of the best of the evening. Mis W.
caught tho meaning and spirit of the story
as written, and fairly made her hearers
witness the race as tho horses went round
and rouud tho track. Mrs. W. P. Wright
nude more out of the vocal solo,
"Now in Soguo," than one would expect
from the title. It was full of music. The
"Greyport Legend" by Mrs. Candee, was
well rendered, but the story is tew pathetic
to be enjoyed. Her enecore, "Mr. Middle
rib's cure for rhumatism" was better and
was greatly appreciated by her audience.
"Eagle Rock," rescitatiou by Miss Daisy
Halliday, could le classed among the very
best; voice and gesture were perfect
throughout. Where all is so good it is diffi
cult to particularize. Each recitation de
serves special mention more than we have
space to give, owing to the lateness of the
hour. The balance of the programme will l e
carried out next Thursday evening, and
will 1)0 witms?d by all w ho desire to spend
an evening of pure enjoyment.
For the Cjitr.o Ui ixitix.
TKEATta FROM A "MIEAMF.R s AMUVl.NT
THE FKUsONKI. OK CAIltO TKMIVntANYK
MUX SCMiKY SlT.OKsTIO.NS, ETC.
Mr. Editor : Fax inating as was th ad
dress of Mr. Youngb'.ood; well deiiwrvd as
it undoubtedly was. ami as full of interest
as it was to even- one who heard it, U fell
on one pair of ears that were, in a measure,
deadened to its eloquence and its leauti'S
one mind that was so devided between iu
own undercurrent of thought and its
efforts to keep up to the requisite standard
of a consci-nciou appreciative li.-ten'-r. that
neither it- own thoughts nor those of the
gentleman speaking were fuilr matured or
digested. Would your readers give -a
penny for my thoughts," think you? That
is. I am as-urml, the intri:.-:c value set
upun the thoughts of most women by a
large pmjwtiou of their sterner brothers.
Here are some of my thoughts as I -at
in that well lighted, just-warmed-cnough'
pleasant hall, that evening: "What a pleas
ant place this is! what an intelligent, clean
looking, orderly crowd! What a contrast
one cannot help drawing between the ap
pearance of some of these men, to-night,
sitting here so gentlemanly and nice, to
trie appearance the same men made
less than two yearj ago. Why, I de
clare one would hardly know them for the
same men! I can actually count, sitting
right here, eleven men whom I have seen,
over and over again, as drunk as lords,
with beards two weeks old; heads guiltless
of cot, ib or brush: hands and faces ".hat set
one to calculating how long a time had
el.'iie 'ii .sine:: they had known the touch of
wat' t: slio"s down at the h'':;!s; boots tin
blackened; coats f'rae.l and buttonless: hats
h inged and bruised and ragged, and most
unpleasant of all Hsec; were the counten
atiees devoid ot intelligence, or lighted up
i:ilv bv passions little less sickening to
look upon than vacuity itself would be, in
the human countenance. What has
brought this change? Sure us I urn a li v
ing woman, if there isn't Mr. bright as
a button and clean a a new pin! ttnd his
wile is with him too! Well, that iwi;s look
good, now; I never if it doesn't! Why,
I've known that woman more years than I
like to remember, and her husband ton,
and 1 never saw her in a crowd, before, in
my life; and I never saw him look decent,
before. I wonder if she is proud
of him? The man, certain, has lovely
blue eyes. Strange I uvver observed it be
fore. And his hair actually curls! My!
What a nice looking man old Mr. is!
And his wife positively looks younger to
night. I have always thought of her as
old Mrs. . What u beautificr happi
ness is! I wonder how many years it lias
been since she sang a tune before, and here
she is, now, singing like everything. Her
voice is not very harmonious, but there cer
tainly is a glad kind ol sound in it, us if
she wero light of heart and happy. There
is such n contented look about her, I can't
keep my eyes off of her and she always
such a depressed, sullen looking woman,
too. What a wonderful change iu so many
people I see h'.'re, to-night! It must be
this tcHiperance movement that has brought
it about; and who brought about the torn
porance movement? Dr. Reynolds. And
how did he come to be here? Why, a few
energetic gentlemen succeeded, by great
effort ami much expeiiditune of time and
menus in getting Dr. Reynolds here, and
ht) organized the red-ribbon
club and the white -ribbon
club, and the childrens' cold water army
of courw; don't you remember? Ant
by tho time my disconnected thoughts Imi
gotten tho thing tip to this point some un
usually pointed and emphatic sentenco of
the gifted orator peiietratod my pro-occu
pied bruin, mid drove all else from my mind
for tho balance of the evening; but since
then I have taken up the thread of my
rambling thoughts again, and wove it into
tho following shape: Why should there
bo a red ribbon order for tho men and
another color for tho women? or why
should, thero be two different organizations
at all? What was tho object, in tho first
pfoco? and if, (as it seems to me it must
be) it was a mistake in the designer, why
not do away with it? Is there, (was there
ever) an interest that man can feel in
promoting the good of the temperance
cause that woman does not feel too? Has
she not sustained her share more than her
full share of all the labm attached to this
cause? Has she not equalled man in his
efforts, from tho day she made of herself a
bye-word and a scoff, to jeer at and sneer
at, by constituting lun,elt crusader the
like of which, until then was never
lefore heard of? It to man we
accord the cooler judgment, must
we not with equal impartiality, accord to
herthe quicker sympathies; the keener icr-
ceptions; the greater perseverenco and
endurance? Cannot much more be accom
plished by uniting all their qualifications
in one body or club, than by the present
method? Does not each club feel this? It
must. They cannot constituted of think
ing, reasoning human beings as they are,
Io otherwise. To a looker-on it seems so
nearly foolish to see men and their wives
divided off into different orders of the same
organizations, when the aim of each is pre
cisely the same object to be effected by pre
cisely the same means but here endeth jhe
first chapter, amen. Who sjx'aks next iu
KEOVLAr. FEilUlAliY TERM IIOX.
YOCVM, Jl'liE, rUEslDl.NO.
FIRST VNl) SECOND DAYS HiOCKKDINOS.
K.-:;'rt of Elizabeth Corcoran, adminis
tratrix ot the estate ot John Corcoran,
hveased, examined and approved.
Report of O.-i.unus Greenley, administra
tor of the estate of Gove M. Willis, deceased,
examined and approved. I lie appraisers
in said estate having failed to estimate the
value of award to the family of deceased.
ordered that a warrant issue, to them, di
recting them to make and certify the same
to the court.
Final report of J, din Parott, administra
tor of the c-tate of William S. McMellan,
dec-'jiscd, submitted and netion thereon de
ferred until administrator shall have given
notice to heirs ol application for disbar;
to be made at next March term.
Rreport of Putrid; Sullivan, administra
tor de bonis non of -tate of John Sullivan
deceased, examined ami approved.
Report of Alfn-d Coinings, su.-viving ex
e-utor of the estate of James Garland, de
ceased, not approved.
Filial receipt of le irs to Richard Fitzger-
raid, administrator of the estate of Thomas
Keefe, deceased, fih-d and administrator dis
Claim of T. W. Leahigh for$l:J9 vs estate
of Pern' Powers deceased, allowed as of
seventh class. Judgment vs claimant for
Appraismcnt bill on estate of Thomas
Walker deceas ed having been corrected, is
again returned into court and upon exam
ination approved ami ordered of record.
Fon SALE, at private sale, at the rc.si-
lence o! Mrs. M. Stockilctli on 9th street;
all the household and kitchen furniture,
Stoves, Carpets, Quccnswaro etc., at a low
A NCMUKii of chances in the r.illh; for
Harlem remain unsold, but it is expected
that the last one will be sold in a few days
Parties who may have an ambition to own
a line, spirited animal, ami one that is as
swift as the winds, should invest two dol
lars, and secure a chance. Harlem maybe
seen at Fitzgerald's Horse Mansion, where
he takes "his fodder." lie is a noble :uii
mal ami worth every dollar of the sum for
which he is put up. Tickets $2.00, can be
bought at Pat. Fitzgerald's, llany Walk
er's und Mike O'DoniieH's.
Foil a good shave for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cent", go to Henry
Schick's baber shop, 'o. 112 Coinmecial
' A vi.ack oFAMUSKMEST The Theatre
Comique, open every night. Admission
2"c to all parts of the house.
II;-:.vi)F.nHos's Hardware store, Commer
cial avenue corner Twelfth, is the center of
attraction tor both city and country people.
There they find the "Grand Charter Oak
Stoves," Heating Stoves, all kinds, Bird
Cages, Lanterns, Lamps, Chimneys, cut
lery, Plated ware, Carpenters tools, Files,
Hammer!', Hatchets, Tin ware all kinds.
Potatoe Parcrs.iind Cutters, ami thousands
of other articles that wo have not space to
Branch Okficf. of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evaiisville, at Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
A. Ham.hy, the Commercial avenue Hard-'
waro merchant, invites attention to his
largo and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery mid fancy goods. His cook stoves
tire among tho latest amj best patterns mid
are not excelled as tickers by anything in
the market; they are of the heaviest make
and will last longer mid use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close as to make it tin
object to call nud examine. Everything
else low to suit the times,
A i.i. the finest hmudsof cigars and to
bncco, lino cut iiii, meerschaum and
other pipes, i:lKnr holders, etc., etc., a large
anil varied stuck, for s ilo at wholesale and
retail, ut F. Koi snivel's, Sixth street near
ionxxiK Bowman, the popular minstrel
and great end man, with a good variety
troup at tho Theatre Coiuique, 'only 23c
admission, every night.
CoAt! Coal. Wood, Wikii). F. M
Ward has on hand tho best quality of coal
for sale at the market price. Very low.
Also a largo utock of wood of ull kinds.
He is well known to everybody wo trust
he will rcceivo his full share of patronage.
Prices to suit tho times.
HEADING and .MUSIC
at tlio 1
Tuesday and Thursday
FEBRUARY 19tii ami 20ru.
MRS. LAURA TJSDALE
Anil her PUifllo of lino wlertlnn of
poetry. Music by sum of the b cl uuilciana iu
ADMISSION. 30c; CHILDREN, 23c.
TUkrta for both evening for.falo at I). Ittrt
mun n. No extra charge for reamed ecata.
3 AUDI OR AS COSTUMES!
MRS. S. HAAS.
Of St. Louio. a wuil'kanwu eostunrr, nil! arroe
SATURDAY EVENING, S2i INST.
and will nme her heail (j!i:irti r wi;h Mr. Wi!
liaurou. She will hrins a fu',1 line of ro.tnmeK, rnihracu.;
rverv Myie ol lrra? and '.ay, i rul. sque and Kurn
the u of whkh van h? m-curvd on wry n asouatj'u
(fOrdi'r for ppilal orpar-irtilarrotume wi'.I
b-Ttcelv.d by Mrs. W. up to Tlmr-dar eM uin lie
RAND JIASQUERADE BALL
Given by the
CA 1 RO CAS 1 2s O,
Tiinier Hall Felu'vLth 17!,
jO ct n'.-t
Tl!i'-! can he procured at lui Herbert'. II.
Mi'jer'c. tiotdptiiK A ItoftiitaaU'r'a aLd ou ;he
eve li in-,; at the dmif.
rlIAKI.ES Si HOENMEYEIt, JOHN KOF.HI.KK
HEMtY HKK1IIAM. l.KO KI.EB. (iEOKiiE STAT
Lhlt Committee of Arrange me nt.
yKW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AMI) RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Slock
IN" TJ IK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C(T. Nineteenth ureet and I P'tivn Til
Commercial Ave., f villi U. iJi.
C. O. I'ATIEIi & CO.
S UN PARALLELLED OFFER.
A FREE TEST TRIAL
OF ONE OF
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
Wu will "end one of ottr II F, ALT A ltKSTOK
ISO I'ADS to any Invalid aillieted with Liver
Complaint. CHILLS and FEVER. lNIHOKS
VlON. COST1VENKSS. Nervoto. Heuiliiehe,
Iivspeppia. NervottM Debility and Impure lllood,
llr they will semi uh their fwiipiumn and ud
drem aud at'reii to fend l.'.oa if it cfl'ecin
a cure to their entire aatiafuctlon, olhciwlce
there, wilt be no charge. We will do thla to con
vince tho public of tho miperior vulitii h u
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do all we my. A thin offer
will neri'sniHIy i,,. limited In number, wo hope,
therefore, an early a pplicnt Ion will he made. Ad
dienH, ery liespectl'illlv Your.
I'M. U. W. FORBES.
"i Elm ctreet, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Physicians apeak In Term of l'rule In favor of tho
Cincinnati. June ss, lSTfl.
Hnvliiit hint Koinecniisiduriihle nrqiiiiiiitniicO Willi
tile, operation of tho I'nd, I ran eoneleiieionsly
recommend It ii it 1 1 excellent remedy in nil the die
I'ltscD lor which Or. Forum" councelH Hh iihc.
IHl. J. HALLOWKLL.
aTH Uiorge Street, C'IiicIhmiiI.
Wlmt ltcv. Joncpli Emery, the wrll-kuowu city
Cincinnati. June :U. 18Tfl.
Having had u lona neiiu!ntnuce with Dr. Forben,
I am "iitlHtled thnt whatever he recommend!) ho does
o coasulcitcloiisly, and will prove nil they prontUo.
DEV. JOSEPH E.MKHY.
liXtrncla from a few of thu Many Letters ffeqiteully
received nt the Office.
Onu nyi: "1 feel Unit vour l'ild hnvo anvetl inv
Pfa " Another : "Your I'nd IiiimJiim reached
niveHHe. It lias entirely removed my collvencN
mid colieclloiit Sick Headache." Another vrltea:
Vourl'ud uttuiided etrlctly to liinliie, and In
foity elglit hotira 1 felt at well an ever."' Another:
"Vour I'nd hn cured mo of HIUIiiumuchh and a tor
pid Liver. I am better than I have been in twenty
yciiiM," Htlll another iii,yk: 1 Imve endun d all the
hilrrorn prowlui; out of a torpid Liver and ll.VKnepHia.
Aller lining your pad alt thco 111 left me." Ohh
iiire!-"l havo tiaed voitr Pad with perfectly autla
lni'tory remit", uud cheerfully recommend them to