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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOIIMJNU, FEBRUARY 21. 1879.
MUll'KSIt)S U. TAKIiS-i'Ii VSH'l VS.
II. BRYANT. M. I).
OFFICE: Kliihth and WkiiinUn Avenue.
Offloe bour. a. U f
RESIDENCE: -Corner Nineteenth and Wah-lofrU'O-
II. MA HE AX, M. I).,
Homeopathic I'liysieiiui and Sui'ffenn.
Oflice 130 Commercial avenuo. -Residence cnrutT
Kourt enth St. mid Walilngtou avenuo, Cairo.
K. SMITH, M. D.
OlHc and Residence :
NO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO, ILL.
R. E. W.' WHITLOCK, .
OrncB-No. nr, Commercial Avenuo, between
Eighth and Nlntli Street
JQK. W. C. JOCELYN, 1
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
a. T. WHITLOCK,
UENERAL COLLECTOR OF BILLS AND RENTS
All account of profelonal and huln' men
promptly attended lo. Office, M Commercial ave
nue, belweeu Eifclilh aud Ninth streets.
Reference: Profcaalonal and nuslnc men of
TM. tl McGEE,
: Attox;iiey-at-Ii w,
Office, ovcrC. A V, R. R. General Ofllcc.
O P. WHEELER,
A ttornoy-at-Li i W.
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth nnd Sixth U.
IN EC All Si LANSDEN.
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Morning1 Daily in Southern Illinois,
We are authorized to announce the name of A is
man Conine. an a candidate for City Trcaxuror at
JUtlie ensuing city election.
We arc athnrlzed to announce, the name of Wal
trr L. Rriktoi. at a candidate for the oflice of City
Truaaurer, at the eusuing charter election. -
We are authorized to announce W. F. Svuitkcii
. a candidate for City Clerk at the appronchiiiK
We are authorized to announce Lorifl L. Davia
as a candidate for City Clerk at the eimulng mu
We are authorized to anuounceJoiixB.rniM.ia
aaacaudidate for re-election to the office of City
Clerk at the approaching municipal electlou.
We authorized toannonncethat Wiu.iah II. IIowk
la a candidate for the ofllcc of City Clerk, at the en
eulnjlticlectlou. . Nonci. to whom it mat co.nckrx. The Cairo
Bulletin Co., will pay no bill contracted by any of
It employe, or any one connected with Tu Hi i,
Lktih, union the aame la made on a written order
signed by myself, and the order rnuat be attached to
the bill when presented.
E A. llt'HNKTT.
Hiqnai Owen, I
Caiko, III., Feb. 2d, lh7fl.
Time. Bar. Thor. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
.:6a.m 30. M
11:11 " 8081
i p, m 80.56
3:40 " 80.58
Maximum Temperature. 42'; Hluluium Tem
perature, s : Rainfall, 0 00 Inch.
W. II. RAY,
Scrg't Signal Corpa, U. h. A,
S.'P. Wheeler, Eq., left the city yes
terday, on a professional vinit to New
Hon. Thomas V. Halliduy hna our
thank, for legislative documents, copies of
pending hills, etc.,
The skating rink wna not opened Inst
night, in deference to the entertainments in
the Athencum and elsewhere
Tho "show" for vahich the boys had
been rehearsing for a week or more, will
probably come oft Saturday evening.
Mr. Samuel Walter's white collar plain
ing and saw mill was put in motion yes
terday, after quite a protracted interval of
A new carriage painting and repair
ahop, near Fred Hofheinz's, is classable
- among the now industrial establishments of
the city. ,
If "Squire Comings hud us many dol
lars aa he likes to play chess, ho could re
tire in a free stone mansion as fine an the
Something of a novel nature, in Cairo,
is the new top the boys have introduced.
It is started with a'"rul," und kept in
motion indefinitely by the use of a whip.
Mr. Prank Hohhg, connected with one
of the largest pork packing Iiousbb in Chi
cago, was in Cairo, yesterday, en route for
New Orleans. He goes south tor rest and
Irish potatoes arc retailing in the Cairo
market at 80 cents und .one dollar per
bushel. This is it price out of all keeping
with that ot other eihltle commodities, but
"r-'s chargeable most likoly to short supplies.
raul Boynton, the aquatic genius.
.tnrtl from Cincinnuli for New Orleans,
yesterday. As he will probably lay by ut
nights, tin will not reueh . Cairo before the
3th of March and not that soon if ho en
counters ice. Ho' M. Boynton niukes
hurh expedition!) pay, since he doesn't sell
tu mor on the way, is one of the tiling that
doesn't appear directly on tho surface.
Police business was dull yesterday,
the entire transactions of the day being
covered by a single drunk. The offender
was brought before Judge Bird, and fined
five dollars and costs, all of 'which was
We are in receipt ot the Congressional
Daily Record through the obliging atten
tion of Hon. Wm. Hartzell. Whilo we
can't say that we read them, we regard
them, nevertheless, as a good thing to have
about the kanctum. ,
Less than ten per cent, of the fines
imposed by tho Police Judge and Justices
of the Peace, in Cairo, are paid in cash.
From this stute of facts it can bo argued
that, if it is not a crime to be poor, a great
many poof men arc criminals.
Mrs. Williamson is adding a largo pro
jecting show window to her business house,
on Commercial avenue a necessity to
millinery establishments, where, more than
in almost any other branch of merchan
dizing, attractive displays are essential to
The Temperance meeting to-night will
be one of the largest held in the city,
since the inaugural meeting in the ware
house." This prediction is based " upon the
proviso that Messrs. Sexton and Scott are
on hand to make speeches, and tho fire com
panies evince the interest they should evinco.
The school desks that at one time
formed a part of the Rev. Mr. Gilbert's
school furniture, and about which there had
been considerable litigation, were sold, yes
terday, under an execntion in favor of Miss
Lane. The amount realized was $10.50 a
turn that probably failed to cover the costs of
Although tho Illinois Leginlaturc had
been iu session forty-three days, it passed
the first bill on Wcdesday last. Over five
hundred have been introduced, and the
number js being increased at the rate often
or fifteen per day. An adjournment, there
fore, is an event that is shrouded in the
mists of the distant future.
The Fisk negro who was accidentally
shot during tho fracas on the Scudder, by
Jim Turner, is said to be lying in a very
dangerous condition, nearly all thCchances
being against lis recovery. If he should
die, so much the worse for Jim Turser,
who is now; lying in our County Jail await
ing the action of the Grand Jury.
A masquerade ball, that had been ex
tensively advertised, came off at Mound
City last night. Quite a number of Cairo's
young people avowed a purpose, during the
day, to go up and have a share of the en
joyment of the occasion. An entertain
ment, consisting of declamations, etc., was
also announced, the object being the re
plenishment of the Reform club treasury.
Fred S. Smith has been installed as
janitor of tho Reform hall, lie begs to
assure the public that, ho thinks he can
keep the avenues leading to the hull clear
of noisy, foul-mouthed boys, and that, in
any event the samo crowd will not make a
second appearance. This will be a wel
comed assurance to many, and especially to
females who visit the hall unattended.
Johnny pHge and Miss Mattic James
wero united in marriage last night, by the
Rev. Father Zabel, of St. Patrick's Catho
lic church. Tho ceremony was solemnized
at the residence of the bride's parents, on
Poplar, between 16th and 19th, streets in
tho presence of a number of relatives aiid
friends who warmly congratulated tho
young couple on their advent into the
realms of married life,
The fine steamer Ed Richardson, one
of Capt. Cannon's river palaces, came into
port about 11 o'clock yesterday, and will
go out again to-day. A number of strangers
in tho city, were in hopes that she would go
right through and land them in Xow Or
leans in time to witness the Mardi Graa
spectacle. As much of the cargo is taken
on below, the boat will not reach New Or
leans before Thursday.
John Campbell conductor, and Tom
Catlet, engineer of one of the freight traius
that collided near Dongola, sometime ago,
have been reinstated .o tho positions 'from
which they were suspended because- of the
collision. Proper iuqury acquits them, wo
hear, of all blame In the premises. The
accident was one that no ordinary human
foresight could have guarded oguiust. At
least, we have been told so,
A number of saloon keepers in the
city being unnecessarily dilatory in tho
matter of taking out licenses, the Marshul
is bringing them to account wiih a short
shrift. He took four or live into custody
yesterday ; but as they paid over tho re
quired sum iuto the city treasury, and set
tled tho accrued cost, they wero not prose.
ciited. Several are still delinquent whose
"turn will come" to-day or to-morrow
Tub Ul'M.f.tiji' market report gives
actual transactions up to tho afternoon of
the day previous to its publication iu the
daily. It will also appear, hereafter, in
the weekly. Merchants und other business
men who may wish to keop their customers
advlsfd ot tho true condition of tho market,
couldn't do a handsomer thing, or ono that
would be moro highly appreciated than to
send them a copy of the weekly paper.
The contest for tho city clorkshin n-om
isestobevory luiiinatod. The outlook Is
ubjocted to frequent changes, and until all
tho candidates nru avowedly in the llrh
nobody can form a reasonable emiW
hire at to the outcome. Onq thing, how
ever, may be put down us a certainty. At
least four or five of tho candidates enter
tain .most exaggerated opinions of their
popularity, and are destined to' a "taking
down" process that will provo qulto ns sur
prising as humiliating.
Tho Egyptian Mysteries constitute one
of the most marvelous performances wo
ever beheld. The illusions keep the spec
tator in a perfect paroxysm of surprise.
Furthermore, there is nothing that ladies
or children might not witness and applaud.
The exhibition is humorous at times, and
wonderful and startling throughout, hut
there is nothing immodest, or lacking in
gentility in the entire programme. Every
body should see it.
--Con. O'Callahnn is a candidate fur
re-election to the oflice ot city clerk of the
town of Anna, with flattering prospects of
success. The Anna Fruit-Grower hears
testimony to Con's clerical ability says he
is the best clerk tho town ever had, and inti
mates that everybody ought to vote for him.
If Con had the money ho spent in his race
for the Cairo Mayoralty, ho wouldn't care
much about a two or three hundred dollar
In no particular line of effort is there
more ingenuity displayed than in the ef
fort of individuals, companies and corpor
ations to to get their business or goods aud
wares before the public. One of the latest
evidences of genius, in this particular, is
the euvelope and black court plaster ot the
Traveler's Accident insurance company.
The plaster renders the envelope worth
keeping, and the euvelope tells the story of
the company's numerous . merits. It is a
The Reform club meeting to-night
will be addressed by Mr. II. Clay Sex
ton, chief of the St. Louis fire de
partment, and Colonel Scott, who will
arrive in eoninauy with Mr. Sexton. As
these gentlemen fixed their own
time there' can be itt!e doubt
of their presence. After the 'speak
ing the ladies of the W. C. T. Union
will spread a lunch of sandwiches and
coffee in the reading room, where "all can
partake freely, for the trifle of ten cents
Patrons of the Theatre Coinique speak
of the entertainment, last night, as one of
unusual merit, and of the audience as ex
ceedingly enthusiastic, but well behaved.
Bowman and Laniond's double clog dance
was us artistic as anything of the kind ever
seen in Cairo. Miss Cora Everett's singing
was unusually fine, arid it was universally
conceded that she is a vocalist of remark
able sweetness of voice, and much culture.
Miss Jennie Fowler's jig dancing won a
rapturous round of rfpplause, as did the sing
ing of Miss May Conoly. But cne of the
best features of the entertainment was the
Irish and Dutch songs of Billy Wolfe. lie
is a genius iu this line, an imitator of rare
power, and. withal, a gx)d singer. To
night the full company will appeur. and
more than the "money's worth" is guaran
teed to all who buy a ticket and use it.
A man called nt the residence of a
gentleman on Walnut street, Wednesday
evening, and asked for something to cat.
n reply he was shown the wood pile and I
axe, as the easiest mode of disposing of a
nuisance presumedly belonging tn the
genius tramp. The promptness with which
the offer of food in exchange for work was
accepted, nearly took away the gentleman's
breath. The hungry visitor worked faith
fully for an hour; ate a hearty supper and
disappeared, only to resume work on the
wood pile yesterday morning. The gentle
man gave him his break'ast, and told him
he need not chop any more; "but," insisted
the fellow, "I might as well work as loaf
around tho fctrcets, and get bugged for
thirty days." At a late hour yesterday,
this phenomena was still wrestling with
six cords of wood, receiving only regular
meals in return; und he really seems to m-
joy the privilege of being at work. Some
thing wrong there. Whore is Kearnev?
The Hibernian's "eighteenth annual
ball" was an astonishing success, alike in
the number of tho participants and the
spirit of jovialty that seemed to posses
everybody present. The enjoyment was
continuous and uumarred during tho entire
night. Did tho tine beer tho company
luckily secured from Henry Franken who
is agent of the Belleville Star brewery, have
anything to do with it? It is well known
that it has the effect of rendering gentle
men polite aud good humored, und if the
Hibernian's live to celebrato til'fv anniver
saries, wo dare say tiny will always
order their beer from Henry Franken,
the "lightning" ngont of llartmann Bio's,
of Belleville. Tho members of the Cairo
Casino recognizing the excellence of the
Star beer, will havo a supply accessible to
all on tho occasion of their great Mardi
Uias masquerade,' And thus it goes. The
Star beer is winning its way, in tho first
place because no better beer is made, and
because Franken has such a persuasivo way
about hin that those who retail beer capitu
late at once, aro stocked with the Star beer
of Belleville, und aro alwags glad thereafter
that they did capitulate. , .
-Tho second carnival of music and
reading wrs given in the Atheticum last
night. Tho house wus comfortably (Jlled,
not with that class that admits of tho des
Ignation of chronic pluy-goc.rs; but by the
motit respectable und intelligent lalicts and
gentlemen of the city, The prognunmo,
up to lhc time when we left tin; mj was
observed to, the letter. t,. jr(1t
part embracing reading!) by Miss
Alico Wardner, Miss Mamie Halli
day, Mastor Willie P. Halliday, und
Mrs. Dr. W. II. Smith, and a .vocal
solo by Miss Anna Alvord, cadi in turn
being heartily and deservedly upplauded.
Purt second comprised a vocal solo by
Mrs. Capt. Halliday. readings by Mesdames
Candee, Wright and Tisdale, and a vocal
quartette by Mrs. Halliday, Miss Pitcher,
and Messrs. Howe and Johnson. As
to the manner und general merit of
the several features of the cntertaiment,
we were compelled to accept tho testimony
of those who, more forturnate than ourselves
could and did remain till the
entertainment closed. That testimony
would have "convicted'' the ladies
and gentlemen named, in any
intelligent court of Christendom, of
acquitting themselves in a manner most
gratifying to their friends, most creditable
to themselves, and satisfactory to everybody
present, citizen and stranger alike.
Under the law that created the State
Board ot Health, any person who had prac
ticed medicine during a period often years,
was given a certificate, that authorized him
to continue his practice under the sanction
of law, without undergoing even the pre
tense of an examination. This admitted
into tho recognized realms of the medical
profession, all the abominable old quacks
of the State thousands of them. Their
certificates gave them character and stand
ing enabled them to enforce the collection
of their bills, and sent them out to a more
wicked and won ton destruction of human
life, than they were responsible for pre
viously. The people are becoming justly
alarmed at the results brought about, Ev
ery community has its certificated poisoner,
and the movement to apply the remedy for
such a great evil, has been inaugurated
none too soon. Petitions were in circula
tion in the city, yesterday, (and everybody
who saw them signed them) praying
the Legislature to so uiuend the law as to
require that physicians who do not hold
diplomas, shall pass un examination. It is
no floubt true that men have developed
into successful physicians, who never saw
theiutile of a medical college; but the great
majority of such practitioners are consum
mate asses by nature, and remain unimproved
by experience or observation. The first named
class have nothing to fear from an examin
ation. The latter class will be cut off as
they deserve to be. The amendment asked
for will, if passed, be instrumental in
saving the lives of thousands of men,
women and children every year. It will
put a stop to a horrible ,-ystem of poison
ing that has filled quite as many graves in
Illinois, as have all the fevers aud other
ailments common among our people,
JonxxfE Bowmax, the popular minstrel
and great end man, with a good variety
trotip at the Theatre Comique, only 23o
admission, every night.
Fon sale, at private sale, at the resi
dence of Mrs. M. Stockfleth on 9th street;
all the household and kitchen furqiturc,
Stoves. Carpets, Queenswure etc., at a low
1m-T between the M. E. church and
Thk Bulletin office, on Sunday evening, a
mink fur cape. A suitable reward will be
paid for its delivery at The Bu.i.ktin
BiUNcn Oki'ick of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansvillc, at Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
Fon a good shave for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's baber shop, No. 142 Commecial
A placf. of amusement The Theatre
Comique, open every night. Admission
S.lc to all parts of the house.
Notice tosai-oo.n keki-khs and otheks.
Notice is hereby given that I shall en
force the law against all und every person
or persons who may sell or give to my
husDaud, Henry Schick, any kind of in
toxicating liquors, from und utter this date.
February 20, 1870.
All the finest brands ot cigars and to
bacco, fine cut und plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc, a large
und varied stock, for sale at wholesale and
retail, at F. Korsmyers, Sixth street near
Coal! Coal. Wood, Wood. F. M
Wurd has on hand the best quality of coul
for sale at the market price. Very low.
Also n large dock of wood of all kinds,
lie is well known to everybody we trust
ho will receive Ids full slime of patronage.
Prices to suit tho times.
Hi;.ndki!son' Hardware store, Commer
cial nvenuo corner Twelfth, is the center of
attraction lor both city and country people.
There they find the "Grand Charter Oak
Stoves," Heating Stoves, ull kinds, Bird
Cages, Lanterns, Lumps, Chimneys, cut
lery, Plated ware, Curpenteis tools, Files,
Hammer;1, Hatchets, Tin wareall kinds.
Potatoe Parers and Cutters, nud thousand
of other articles that wo have not space to
', A nlmiilu of chances in the rallle for
Harlem remaiu unsold, but it is expected
that the last one will be sold in a few days.
Parties who may havo an ambition to own
a fine, spirited animal, and one that is as
swift n the winds, should invest two dol
lars, r.ml secure a chauce. Ibtrlem may bo
seen at Fitzgerald's Horse MuiihIoii,. whero
hu takes "hi-t fodder.'' He is a noble utd-
inal und worth every dollar of the sum for
which ho is put up. Tickets $2,00, can bo
bought at Put. Fitzgerald's, ilany Walk
er's aud Mike O 'Don null's. ,
A. H.vi.lkv, tho Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites uttention to his
largo and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook stoves
are among the latest und best putterns ana
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
tho market ; they are of the heaviest make
and will last longer and use lees fuel than
any other. Sold so close as to make it an
object to call and examine. Everything
else low to suit the tiiii-s.
Consimition Cl-iikd. Ail old phvsiuun,
retired from practice, having had placed in
his hands by an East India missionary the
formula of a simple Tegetublo remedy, for
the speedy and permanent cure for con
sumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and
all throat and lung affections, also a posi
tive and radical euro for nervous debility
and all nervous complaints, after having
tested its wonderful curative powers in
thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to
make it known to his suffering fellows.
Actuated, by this motive, and a desire t,o
relieve human suffering, I will send, free
of charge, to all who desire it, this recipe,
with full directions for preparing and using,
iu German, French, or English. Sent by
mail by addressing with stamp, naming
this paper. W. W. Sherar, 149 Powers'
Block, Rochester, New York.
JAUDI GUAS COSTUMES!
MKS. S. J I A AS.
Of St. Louis, a well-known contnmer, ill arrive
SATURDAY EVENING, 22 INST.
and will maUe ber hend-quar'.eni with Mr. S. Wll
She will trlnj a fuil line of foMume.. emhraelni;
evert tuie i i.rave and uay. i rut'-i-qm- and rune,
the uc of which eau be meim-d on wry reasonable
J."Ordcm forperlul orpartii-tiliirconttime. will
b" received by jir. W. up to Turdav ev-r,iu; the
Q.RANI) MASQUERADE BALL
Given by the
Turner Hull Fobrv 25th U571),
ADMISSION . .
. .'0 cents
Ticket can he procured at Loula Herbert'. II
.MeycrV. (iold-tine X Uoneuwatt-r'a and on the
evening at the door.
CHARLES SCllOEXMEYKIt, JOHN KOKIILElt
IIEXKY DHEIIIAM, LEO KLEB.GEOKGE STAT
LEU Committee of Arranjjemcuta.
DYEING AXD KK.NOVATING.
CAW BR BIACTirCLtT
DYED OR REPAIRED
At a Trlflini; Eijwnse-C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
ItThtdU-t and Oenta' old ball made new
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
rpiIE GREAT BLOOD TONIC
Kor loo cure f all dlw axm arlalii!; from impure
niooii. anil lor inviiraiiiiir aim airenuiucnili!! the
vital ortfaii. . revolt weuk, iifrvoii, k Militated,
pale aud ciiiiieiuted? Have you IiihI your appetite?
Have yon imu'en, Mtiii iu the hack. &cr If ro. Or.
Llmn'-v lllood Searcher w ill drlvu out the dieHv
.1 i. r . i. ... . ,., ... 1 1 .... i . i . ... . .
auu linn;; nack lue niooiu ui iiemiu. I'linpicrt,
Holla. ErvHlnelii. Tetter. Halt Itheiim. Ac., uru hut
urface Indication of lllood DUeane; and Dr. Llnd
aey'a lllood Searcher, by purifying lheytem oft-
en the nklii ami tieimtlne trie complexion, Hold
hylldrui;d. ?l 0" iierlioltle. if. K. Seller,
I'luprli tor, I'lltahiirn, Pa. linn-lay lro., Aijenla
ELLER'S COUUH SYRUP.
Over 1.000.000 bottle wild. It iMhemoKt pleacant
and ncmirlar remedy for Couuh. Cold, croiin.
IlnurHiiea and all throat and tutiir (llaeaae. Ha
been in ue for hulf a century. Doctor recommend
nun pri-KiTine u , j.h. i oilman, Luns P.O., IU.
aav: "It a&ved my two children frum iu .rmv-n'
A L, Simmon", of Baltimore, Mil., nlo ov! "It
will cure the wort eolith Immediately." Ask your
driiiwlt or (reneral tiirekeepiT rl)r , RDI tnka no
oilier, rncen. -joe., w ami gl.on per hntlln. Sena
i"t ii i ' t o., rropricior
i.iimu,;, ... j.itimi) iirun,, Ajjent, cniro,
For overBO year SKI.LEICS LIVER PILLS have
heeii tho Htmidurd reniedv fur I.Ivor Complaint,
COHtlVCIIM. Slek llmiilnrlin. u.l,, In Hhlllllder Of
Uack. l) UrdticuM iiatcd Toiiimo, Kwr and Akuo,
mill all I (hu!ii,i. .lei.,:.... t .1 i.,iii ifMt
t 1 ... if, un irmu b ueruuu1'" r...
Liver or Sionmi h. Tli.mm Adam, of 1k
1 o y, 1 H,,l,,' I'IMh huve avud haiidriidii of
"" """" nr HIM III till COlllliry.
Sidli r A ( ii 1'roprli.tor.,, l'lltahurjt. ' Darclay
llro., Atfi'M., 1 aim
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth SiroM,
F, BHOH8, President.
J. NKFK, Ylce-I'rualdeut.
H. VVELI.8, Caahler.
T. J. KEUTII, AaalHtaut Ca.hler.
F. BroM, Cairo;
Peter Neir, Cairo;
C, M . OHterloh.
William Kluire. Cairo;
William Wolf, Cairo;
It. L )llllliirley, St. Loula;
J. Y. Clumaou, Caledonia.
E. Iluder, Cairo;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Ki
change aold and bought. Iuter-cat paid In Ui
Saving Ofpurtmcut. Collection made and all
bualnuaa promptly attended to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, 10GJ.
0FF1CP. IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on depolti March lt and He
tember Ut. Intereat not withdrawn i added im
mediately tu the principal of the depuiu, therujtf
giving Uium compound intereat.
W Children and married wonvn may deposit
money and nooue el ran draw IU
WALTER 1IYSLOP. Tkkasckkk.
rU I E CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLIDAY. incident
II L. IIALLIDAi. Vice I're.ident.
WALTER ii VM.OIN I arLk-r.
. TAAT TAYLOR, W. r. HAIJ.tDAT.
HE MIV L. IIAUJUAT, K. II. lUKMINHIiaa,
0. U. WIM.UMUN, TH-llf. BIKI),
U II. CAMllK.
Exchange, Coin and United State Bond
IHJt'OIIT and sold.
D-poalt received and a grneral banking bninM
WHOLESALE WINKS AND I.lyiOI
F. M.tockfletb. Fredolin Bnw.
Stockfleth & i:oss,
Sat. c.or to Y. U. Stockflclb,
I:nportrn ftrul Wliolwilo dcalora in
Foreign and Iwimestie
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rhine. Kelly I. land, Catawba, California and iat
porl.'d Port, Sherry, Mudara Wine and Chain
NO. C2 0IIIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
Wholr.Ale and Retail Dealer la
Foreiirit and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds.
NO. GO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH 4 CO. have contantly a Unra
tock of the bent good In the market and gira
eapeclul attention to the wboleaale branch i Uia
N U N 1 'A R A LLELLE D OFFER.
A FREE TEST TRIAL
OF ON K OF
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
We will rend one of our HEALTH 1IESTOK
INU PADS to any Invalid aflllcted with Liver
Complaint, CHILLS and KEY Ell, I.NDK.KS
TIO.N, COST I YEN ESS. Nervoua Headache,
l)viiepla, Nervoua Debility and Impure Blood,
if' they will acini n their Mrttiini and ad
dre and uree to end u iiM If It etlecu
a enru to their entlro atilactlon, otheiwlae
there will be no cbaruo. Wo will do till to con
vince the public or the atipurlor value aa a
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do all wo ay As !hl nflTer
will iieciarily be limited Iu number, wn hope,
therefore, an tarty application will he mnde. Ad
Urea, very Kript'ctntlly Your,
172 Elm Ktroel, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Phyalrluii apeak In Term of Pralae la favor of tha
Cincinnati, Juno 2H, 1870.
Having had Nomacoiildnrahlu acquaintance, with
the operation of tha Pad, I can coucUinr.liiuiily
recommend Itaa au excellent remedy In all tho dla
ao for which Dr. Forhe counel Ii uo.
DR. J. HALLOW ELL,
078 UeorKo Htrout, Cluclanati.
What Rev, Joieiih Emery, tha wall-known City
Cincinnati, Juno 30. 1R70.
Having bad a long acquaintance with Dr. Korbci,
I am "alluded that whatever bo recommend ho doe
ao cunaclencloualy, and will prove all they promlao.
IMtY, JOSEPH EMERY.
Extracti from a few of tho Many Letter frequently
received at tho Office.
One ayf "1 feel that vour Pad have aaved my
Urn." Another aayn "Your Pad ha Juat reached
my cae. It hna entirely romoved my coatlveneaa
and connentient Hick Heartache,." Another v rite i
."Your Pad attended atrlctly to bualneaa, and In
fortyeluht bnura 1 fultatw-cll a ever." Another)
"Vour Pad hu cured me of HllllouaiieM and a tor
pid Liver. I am better than I hav been In twenty
yoam." BUM another ttya: 1 buvoimdnred all the
horror (rrowlnir out of a torpid Liver and Dyanejum.
After liliifr your pad all the 111 left ma." One,
morn1.-"! havo nd your Pad with perfectly nt I,
factory result, and cumrfully recommend them Ut
all." t '