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HtOFKss'ION V' ' VIDS-i'llYiriANS.
II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: F.lgbth mid hHIiikioh a venue.
OSieu tioiirM. a. . Iu8r.
KERIOEM'E:-Corner Nlnctccuth anil WaMr
II. MABEAX, M. I),
Jloiuoopiitliic rh.vsuu 11 and Snrsroon.
Ofllca l'W Commercial avenue. l!oiU-nre corner
Fourteenth M. and W tiliiu-ton avenue, Hiiro.
It. SMITH, M.I).
OflVc. ami li'-hiili-iwc:
NO. St THinTEKSTII STIiEW. CAM!'). U.I.
JjU. E. W. WHITE CIC,
Orrii K No. VX Conuni'jvial
Klgtalhand Slnll) Street
It. W. 0. JOCELYX.
1 ) I : NTIST.
OFFICE Eighth Sireet. neur Coirmicrcial Avenue.
(dI.I.K.( T in.
IiNER.LCOLLECTOU OF HILLS AM) 1IENTS
All account of prol f'Uiiial nnd business men
promptly attended to, Oliice. r.lti Commercial ave
nue, between Kighth ami Mwli street.
Ileference: Professional nnd Husines nu n of
yM. Q. MrGEK,
Office. ovcrO. JfcV, H. IS. Ceneral OIV.ce.
g P. WHEELER,
Atto rn cy-at-T .a w.
OFFICE Ohio I.i'vco. l"t. Fourth and Sith t.
JINEUAK & LANSDEX,
At tonic j-.-.it-LiMW.
OFFICE No. 1M Commercial Avenue.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL l'AI'EROF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois,
AVe arc authorized to announce llie name of Al.
rur.ii Coj.mno a raml'.dutu lor City Treasurer ut
ibc cumiug city electlnu.
We are at'iori.ed to announce the name of V.t.
T:n L. IIkiktol aH a candidate for tin; ottiee. of City
Treasurer, at the cuanlng charter election.
YVc an' authorized to announce W. K. Si iif kkk
a a candidate for City Clerk ut the. uppruu' hing
We are authorized to announce Loci L. Davis
aa a raiulidiitu for City Clerk ut thu turning inu-
we. are auiuonzeu 10 announce .iohn n. rnu.i.m
nn a cauiliilnti' for re-election to the oliice of City
Clerk at the approaching municipal election.
We authorized to announce that William II. Homk
1a a ciitididate for the olllccof C ity Clerk, at thu di
nning citv election.
Notice. to whom it may conckiix. Thu Cairo
llullciiii Co., will pay no bill contracted by any of
ft employe, or liny one connected with Tim Mil.
i.ktik, iiulcca the nie I made on a written order
llflird by myself, and the order must he attached to
the lilll when presented.
E A. Urns kit.
Cairo, ill.. Ken , IMTii.
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
:4m in SI'.RT
p. m J 7
" Maximum Temperature. M 9 ; Minimum Ti'tn
perturo 43i ; JUItifall.O !M Inch.
, II. TiA l
8prtft Kiual Coruh, LT. 8. A,
Dr. W. K. Smith, Jr., has concluded to
locate permanently in Cairo.
The mudhole at the corner of Four
tcenth and Levee lias been tilled with bro
Rev. E. L. Hurd, of the Carlinville
Ilb.) University, will fill the Frohyterian
pulpit, this evening.
The Collecton gives a friendly hint to
the tax-payers, through our rpecial notice
c jlumn, this morning.
Captain Martin, the general super
intendent of carpenter work, on the Mis
sissippi Central railroad, was in Cairo, yes
terday. .1. V. Allen, Esq., an ex-conductor of
tho Illinois Central road, hut now a Ceu
tralia lu miter dealer, was circulating among
hu Cairo friends yesterday.
Experts were engaged, yesterday, ap
praising tho furniture of tho Arlington
house, with a view of turning it over to the
new landlord, Mr. Henry Winter.
,Miss Rose Davis, of Dongola, passed
through this city yesterday, en route from
Charleston, Mo., where she had been visit
Ing friends, to her home in Dongola.
The masquerade bull at the residence
of Mr. A. Black, was largely attended. It
in tpoken of by the participants as a very
' pleasant and most enjoyable occasion.
The colored sovereigns are becoming
deeply interested in the approaching city
election. It has become, in fact, tho ab
sorbing topic of discussion among them.
An organization of thu Knights oi
Honor will bo crfcetcd iu this city to moi -row
evening. It is an order that warmly
ctMutncnd Itself, especially to married
Tho Egytian Mysteries are exhibited
to constantly increasing audieuees. They
fonn to hour's entertainment of an huhis
injf,yet bewildering character. The illu-
sinus arc perfect and the transformations
astounding. Everybody' should witness it,
nml take tin' children along.
-lt,v. Mr. AYhitaker, of the M. E. i
hr..h. h,, chosen tor his morning text :
The purifying influence of faith."
the evening discourse, "All soulsarc mine.
The Western Watch man empties a broad
side into Bishop Baltes, of Alton. It may
surprise the Watchman, but the truth must
come out. The Bishop sleeps of nights, as
Over, My members have been added
to the A. M E. church, during the past
twenty davs. The meetings are continued
without unv apparent diminution of iu- i
The crowning- event of Mardi tiras
day will be the Casino masquerade ball, in
Turner hall, in the evening. Preparations
indicate that it will be the grand occasion
of the year.
William Bartield and Miss Anna Mel
varrt were joined in bonds of wedlock,
yesterday afternoon, by Suim Comings.who
does business of that kind a in manner that
is quite felicitous.
Rev. Xelson" Rix has been "snatching
brands from tho burning." as it were, and
w ill at I o'clock to day, in the river near
the stone depot, baptv.e seventeen converts
to the faith of the Baptist church.
A vacant tenement house on the corner
of Twenty-seventh and Commercial has
been utilized by the colored worshippers
of that locality, anil a somewhat noi.-y
"revival of religion'' is in progress.
Mrs. Henderson's musical entertain
ment was not given Friday night, as an
nounced. A number of her pupils were
unwell, and it was thought advisable to
postpone the affair until they recover.
Messrs. Hal'.iday Bro's are so multi
plying and extending their switch accomo
dations at their coal dump, tit the foot of
Forty-second street, as to make room fur a
largely increased number of coal cars.
The Odd Fellows of the city will hold
a sociable in their balloon Friday evening.
Tho members of that order are numerous in
Cairo, and m the nutter of engineering
social re-un:ons are recognized adepts.
The great event" of the season the
largest masquerade biill ever held in Cairo,
will b'j the Ca-ino ball on the evening of
Mardi Gras daw Xo objectionable rh.tr.te
t T-, male or female, will be allowed in the
Thunder of a grumbling, growling
character, occasionally irritated into a dap
by a vivid flash of lightning, was the ce
lestial hubbub that awakened our citiz'-ns
from their innocent slumbers, yesterday
S:inc person with burglarious intent
tried to enter Mr. S. S. Matsou's shoe store,
sometime during the small and stormy
horns of yesterday morning. The rascal
succeeded in unfastening the shutter, when
lie was, most likely, scared away.
Johnny Windrem met with quite a
serious accident, yesterday evening. He
was iu the act of coupling cars in the Illi
nois Central yard, and by some means his
hand was caught between the bumpers. It
was terribly crushed, but can be saved.
--Would you "lauirh and grow fat;" de
vote one evening to rational enjoyment,
then attend the Casino masquerade ball on
the 25th instant. Tickets can be bought
from John Koehler, C. Sehoenmeyer, Henry
Briehan, Ijco. Kleb or Geo Stadtler, who
constitute tho committee of arrangements.
Another excellent citizen has made up
his mind that be will, with the people's
consent, take the city's money in charge,
lie has not. as yet, made a public avowal
of his candidacy; but will probably do so
in a day or two. The candidates for City
Clerk continue to multiply the number,
yesterday evening, having reached nine.
The rentier may rest ussuied that when
he sees a local in the columns of Tiik Bi. l
lktin, that is calculated to advance the
business interests of any citizen, that, that
local has been or will be paid for. The
"free pulling" apparatus of the paper has
been smashed, cremated ami rendered utter
ly incapable of grinding out a single line.
Commodore Rollingpin, well known
in all the river towns hence to New Orleans,
in connection with his humorous almanac,
will lecture in Reform hull, next Tuesday
evening, the profits, as we understand it,
inuring to tho benefit of the club, Roll
ingpin is well known in Cairo, and a large
crowd will no doubt, be present to hear
The powers that control the Illinois
Central railroad, believing that many of
the ties distributed along the lino of their
road were worth looking after, ordered
Mike Hour to look after them, and to count
and spot such as were sound and servicea
ble. Hour discharged that duty, und dur
t ing the week counted and spotted twenty
seven thousand ties.
' Tho Rev. Father Franz II. Zabel, of
St. Patrick's Catholic church, of this city,
has been appointed to the position of Judi-
cesCiuniirum. Und.;r tho church govern
ment tho State of Illinois is entitled to but
four of these judges or arbitrators, und tho
apiKiintment of Father Zabel, is un honor
well bestowed a deserved recognition by
the prelates of his church of his ubility
uud personal integrity.
Thieves entered tho cellar of Mr.
Charles l'ink, sometime during Friday
night, or early yesterday morning, and
carried away two saws, chisels, mullet nnd
other tools, of no considerable value, but
CAIKO DULLETIX: SUNDAY MOKMXU, FEMIUAUY 23. 1879
handy, nevertheless, to lmyn about tin?
house. The entrance waserTected by draw
ing tho staple oi tin- fellar door fastcnin;
lli wi'J'-enirnii unit B.,.....
facilitate operat.ons on some other estab-
r . i i il. (..nlu niiii unnii im1
About two-thirds of a bale of com
pressed cotton was stolen from tho V, & V.
depot Friday nighl. The thieve carried
it out into the muddy bottoms, n quarter of
a mile distant, where, judging from Ap
pearances, they divided it.
A good crowd greeted the Theatre
Comi(iie company hist night, and tho whole
company was on the boards to greet the
crowd. Johnny Bowman was never bap
pier in hislife; Billy YNolle was irresistaMy
funny; while Miss Cora Evcivtt, Miss Jen
nie Fowler and Mis May Connolly nil
won enthusiasiie applause, in their respect
There was but a sickly observance of
Washington's birth day, by the citizens of
Cairo, yesterday. The Hough and Heady
and Hibernian (ire companies, and Mj-. C.
It. Clarke threw the American flag to the
breeze; but nowhere else in the city could
be seen any intimation that the birth day
of "the Father of his country" was passing.
The now is rapidly obliterating the memory
of the then.
Mrs. L. J. Hittenliouse, secretary of the
Social Science and Industrial School asso
ciation requests us to state that the next reg
ular meeting of the association will be held
at the residence ot Mr. Wood Ititteiihouse,
on Monday, the 24th inst., at b o'clock p.
m. Members and friends of the associa
tion are warmly invited to attend. The
life and works of Mrs. Browning, will be
discussed during the evening. Do not
forget to go.
The Illinois Contrail railroad company
has in use. on the Cairo incline, a flat car
that was built purposely for the use to
which it is applied. Mr. II. P. McAllister
is the designer, nnd certainly had a thor
ough understanding of what be was about.
The car is supplied with brakes that fairly
'welds" the wheels to the rails. It is pro
nounced the "very thing" for incline ser
vice, and reflects much credit upon the in
ventive genius of its designer.
It is related of a Cairo dentist (but we
are morally certain the storv has been ai
Plied to even- eccentric M-ith-siuiehcr in
the country,) that while he was cogitating
deeply upon professional intricacies how
to pull a prong-iorked tooth without split
ting it, for instance, a companion entered,
spoke of his raging head-ache, ami asked
what he should do for it. The dentist still
cogitating, replied: "Have it pulled. John,
by all means; or better still, fill it I"
If Cairo had no wants greater than
she has and is likely to have in tho linn of
livery stables, she would want in nothing.
With three large livery and sale stables
already, we hear that a fourth is about to
be put up, a short distance below the
Powers' stable, by Thistlewood Brothers.
The gentlemen have our best wishes for
their success. They add one to the busi
ness establishments of the city, and are
very likely to command their share of the
Mrs. Dr. C. I). Boaz, recently received
from the Widows' and Orphans' Mutual
Aid society ot Illinois, one hundred und
seventy dollars as beneficiary money on tin:
death of her husband
The class to which
Dr. Boaz belonged was not full, and con
sequently the amount that his widow re
ceived fell below what it would have been
if the class had been full at the time of his
death. She would then have received
$250, her husband dying the first year
after becoming a niemlK-r. Fulton, (Ky..)
Some oi the colored people who heard
the evidence in the trial of tho case of the
People vs. Turpin and his partner, ( barged
with larceny, can't understand how it hap
pens that men who were proved guilty, be
yond aperadventure, should be turned loose
forsueh nn apparently trifling consideration
as want ol pirisuiction. "It was all
Mr. Liningen," said one of tho puz
zled chaps, "let a colored man chop anoth
er's head off; if he can give Mr. Liningen
ten dollars to look after it, ho can then go
about his business."
We observe that Mr. II. P. McAllister
has charge of a switch engine in tho yard
of the Illinois Central. Mr. McAllister is a
valuable man in any position; but ho had
served so long and so faithfully as master
of the incline engines that wo had learned
to look upon him as a necessity there. But
for his euro an ingenuity the heavy floating
ice would have demolished the cradles of
the incline, and subjected the company to
great expense and inconvenience, But, it's
"none of Tim Biillktix'h put in." We
only dislike to see a disarrangement of that
which has become familiar to us und seems
incapable of improvement.
There is a young man in tlx; upper
part of the city, who is n brute, if the re
ports in circulation concerning him are trtio;
and most foully slandered if the reports an;
untrue. Pending a decision of tho matter
wo withhold the name. It is told of this
young man, that ho occasionally knocks his
old father down; Rlnps his old mother's
face, and whips his sister severely. It is
said to be almost a daily pastime w ith kini
that his sister's back is scarcely ever
without, welts or his father without a black
rye. floino old men are very exaspera
ting, and sometimes need to, mVe their
"glims douzed'htomewhatuiilDiici, jn ,!iny
years, it happens that a perverse, terrible
ilirl deserves u stripe from a rod, but tho
son is not the proper party to put tho old
man's eye in mourning, imr is the brother
the party who should stripe the sister. The
son or brother capable of such an iitl'cuse
deserves to be tied m u bag and thrown into
Collector Hodge's bond has been filed
und approved, alike by the chairman of
the Board of County Commissioners and
the Auditor of Public Accounts. It is in tho
l nnl sum of two hundred and ninty-one
thousand and eighteen dollars, and is made
good by the mimes of the following irs
poiisihle citizens- Fredolino Bross. Peter
Satip, John II. Oberly. Patrick Fitzgerald,
Orsainus Greenley, Peter IS" eft', Henry Wells,
William Kluge. Samuel Hosenwater, Au
gustus Botto, Louis Herbert, John Gutre,
John McXulty. Herman Meyers, George
W. McICcaig, Daniel Hartman nnd William
G. Cary. The tax books have been turned
over to the posession of the collector, w ho
will proceed at once to collect the taxes.
Il is worth while to bear this fact in mind.
A gentleman who attended the mas
querade given at the residence of Mr. John
Sprout, furnished us the following list,
which is said to include the
names of the ladies who ap
peared in character und fancy costumes:
Mrs, Henderson, as a X egress; Miss Nellie
Antrim and Miss Mina Brady as daughters
ol Jack Frost; Miss Ada I.Mitz, as Daughter
of the Regiment; Miss Anna Alvord, as
Xight: Miss Fannie Hinkie, as Winter;
Miss Tyler, as Lady of the Harem; Miss
Miisa Green, as Argus; Miss I.ti'.a Eraser
and Xettie Schtitter. as Peasant Girls; Miss
BVttie Elliott and Mrs. Jones, as Negresses;
Miss F.tlie Coleman, as an Old Woman, and
Miss I.i'iia Ray, Mollie Riley, Minnie
Sproat. Jennie Wilson, Miss Pos'y. f.illie
Phil'tip. Tenie Woodward, Jissi I'liil'is.
and Mrs. Cushinan, in varied fancy i f
hearts, the homes, the purses of
Ciuro people were all open to the sufferers
of the ill-fated steamer Donnelly. No peo
ple could have shown more syinpa'hy ami
concern for the pains and miseries of others
than did the people of Cairo for those w ho
passed the ordeal of the .Donnelly fir'-. At
the tirst signal of distress, steaun'is were
dispatched from our wharf to the rescue of
the sufferers. The doors of our most con-
i Vl'llil'lit wildings "ere thrown open as uril
to those who escaped uninjured as those
who were hurt. They wire bedel, fed.
doctored and nursed without inonev and
without price: and yet the cry conn-s from
Memiihis a city that fed, for month on
the bread of public charity, whose people
ate the freely u'iven aims from Cairo hand
from this city comes the uncalled for
and wicked slander that the people of
Cairo gloated over the Calamity and profited
by the misery and distress of the victims!
A fouler falsehood was never waft'd out
of infernal regions on the brimstone
breath of the great father of falsehoods!
From any source it would be mean; from
Memphis it is heartless and damnable.
The magnificent parlors of ('apt. and
Mrs. Charles Ojligher were, Friday even
ing, thrown open to a goodly company of
ladies and gentlemen, invited especially in
honor of Mis. Ross, a near relative of the
genial hostess, who is h pending a short sea
son in our city. The occasion was fraught
with the greatest of pleasure) and
! 11,t,,r''st '" those m attemlance, and
many were the encomiums heaped upon
the host and hostess, who contributed s
much to theenjoyment of the occasion. The
innumerable gas jets w hich cast their scin
tilating rays over the brilliant assemblage,
discovered to admirable advantage, the ele
gant carpet and luxurious furniture, beauti
ful bric-a-brie, and a thousand
and one articles of beauty which
culture and refinement would naturally dic
tate. The mansion is probably t!i" finest
furnished residence in .Southern Illinois,
while the broad grounds w hich encircle the
stately home, suggest the beauty and com
fort within. The recitations by Mrs. W. P.
Wright and Mrs. Dr. Smith ware
received with applause, while
a gem executed by . Mrs. I.ansden
upon the piano, called forth enthusiastic
commendation from all. The refreshments
provided for the occasion were such ns
would have created a sensation among the
gods, and were thoroughly enjoyed by those
"only a step below." Among the many
present we noticed dipt, and Mrs. W. P.
Halliday, Mr. und Mrs. Henry Halliday,
Miss Kninpal, Mr. ami Mrs. Will Gilbert,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilbert, Win. Winhu'
and wife, Mrs. Lansdcn, Mr. Hyslop, Rev.
Mr. Geoige and wife, C. W. Bradley and
wife, Mrs. C. XT. Hughes, Dr. and Mrs.
Dunning, Dr. and Mrs. Smith, Mrs, W. 1.
Wright, Mrs. Wheeler and Mrs, (Joss, .Mrs.
Dr. Wartlner, Mrs. Walters, Mrs. John II.
Oberly, Mr. and Mrs. Lent z, Rev. Dillon
Loo, Mrs. Fishback.
Elkoant line of Brelonne laces, entirely
new, also a large assortment of Torchon
laces at one half the usual prices. We
also olfu'r the most complect line of new
whit..! trimmings ever shown here.
Stcakt, Eighth street.
Foil Ri.nt-$1 2.50 The Sandusky cot
tage on Thirteenth street.
M. J. How i.kv, Agent.
Foi llTKKNTII STHKICT IUl'TIST Clll ltl 11.
All of tho wiiitk and colored citizens of
Cairo are cordially invited nnd requested
to attend the above named church on Sun
day (to-morrow) al eleven o'clock it. in.,
sharp, and listen to the sermon by the R. v.
Foa me Caiho IIci.i.rtix.
A UEl'LY TO ''DREAMER."
BV UN WOOD.
oil "Dreamer." that with hklllml hand
' llulldeth (HHtlea Iu the air,
Think not Unit I In ultlnU' iiliinil
From off their fairy llded atmnd
Thy castled thought! to tear.
For I too have knelt by Dreamland's shrlno,
And bold It memorlcn dear,
, I frown upon the crimson wine.
Yet my thought are fur apart from thine,
As a Millie I from a tear.
If temperance throng formed one hrlght chain
Th :y would lou their golden rlaap.
And weary heart might Hearch In vain
AKiong the ruin, to p-galu
Their lalUmaiilc ilup,
Dreamer." thou hast not weury growu
or ij'e'tniug In till Held
Ah, little help thy heart huih known.
If thou woiildst i at away their ow n.
To don a hr'ghter shield.
Should tai iu one lair planet groat,
Their ainlly lieaiily blend. ,
Ileetu!! each one In love doth wake.
In life the ume grand aim to make,
The mum' calm glow to end!
No. let each knight of ribhon bright,
O'er the Temierince Ark be king,
While Iu and out like dove of light,
We wearer of the ribbon white.
Our olive brmclK bring.
Oxk inximi;i) pieces new Hamburg
edgings, a new importation ami entirely
new patterns, from liets per van' upward,
also an elegant line of colored, edgings in
new designs. We guarantee the greatest
bargains ever otlered in this class of goods.
A visit of inspection is solicited.
Stcakt, Eight street.
Look Xcv seaxe.i tea; choice northern
butter; fresh arrival of choice roasted coflee,
all grades, at Pi.rris it Bum's.
TO TIIE TAX-PAYERS OF ALEXAN
The Tax Books for l?s are now in my
hands, ami I am compelled by law to pro
ceed with diligence to the col lectio:) of
the Taxes. I shall, therefore, insist upon
immediate payni'-nt, as the time left me
wherein to complete tie- collection is short.
Tacs o:i personal property ti st in; i-aio
at o.v i;.
Jolts Hoimics, Collector.
how on Monday new liie sof
table linen.;, napkins, toilet
Stcakt, Eighth street.
A FEW OI'OI R PRICKS.
in II. Niow n lute Mtgar.
12 lb Light Sugar
!! lb Brown Sugar '
i !! Choice Rio ( otbe
7 l! Good Uio ( 'ot'ee
2 !! Can Best Tomatoe
Yarmouth Corn per Can
25!t Foxes Starch
25 Bars Soap. 1 th each
P. P.. potatoes tier bushe
(jive r.s a trial and don't forget the place,
pKTfls it RlKIl,
Eighth street and Washington ave.
Kmohts of Hosoit. An organizotion of
this order will be perfected in this city, in
the Odd Fellow's hall, Monday ( Veiling,
half-past II o'clock. Citizens d-siring to
unite with the order, will attend, for exam
ination nt Dr. Bryant's oflice any time be
tween the present and 4 o'clock Monday
evening. A number of the leading citij n
propose to unite with the organization.
J. L. Powi i.i.,
Deputy Grand Dictator.
Foit sai.i;, at private sale, a', llie resi
dence of Mrs. M. Stocktleth on !uh stieet:
nil the household and kitchen furniture,
Stoves, Carpets, (Jucciisware etc., at a low
Xotick Choice ham and breakfast ba
con at Pm is it Bum's.
Lost between the M. E. church and
Tin; Bu.i.ltin oliice, on Sunday evening, a
mink fur cape. A suitable reward will be
paid for its delivery at Tiik Bii.i.ktin
A 1'I.M'K o!' AMISK.MKXT The Theatre
Coiniqiie, open every night. Admission
25c to all parts of the house.
H vi;your procured the Family Scale or
Flour and Meal sifter Mr. Pitcher is can
vassing for.' if not, you have done yourself
injustice. Xo housekeeper can afford to
be without either.
Hkxdkhson's Hardware store. Coiiiinor
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, nil kinds, Bird
Cages, Lanterns, Lamps, Chimneys, cut
lery, Plated ware, Carpenteis tools, Files,
Hummcre, Hatchets, Tin ware all kinds.
Potatoe P.irers und Cutters, and thousands
of other articles that we have not space to
All the finest brands o cigars and to
bacco, line cut and plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc,, etc., a large
and varied stock, for salent wholesale and
retail, at. K. Korsmyer. Sixth street near
A. Halli'.y, the ('oninirrcinl avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
large mid varied slock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery ami fancy goods. His cook stoves
are among the latest nnd best patterns ami
are not excelled as bakers by nuyiHng In
the market; they me Oftho heaviest make
und will last longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close as to mako it an
object In call ami exAmine. Everything
olsi! low to unit the times.
Foil it frond shave for ten cents, a good
hair cut f.ir twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's bubcr shop, Xo. 112 Con.mccial
Jon.NXiK Bowman, the popular minstrel
nnd great cud man, with a good variety
trotip ut the Theatre Comique, only 2'c
admission, every night.
JAKI)I GKAS ALL,
AT TIIK ST. CIIAltl.KS,
To be had al the donr.or of llie Planter' Iloii-e,
Talier ilro.. 1'hil II. Suiip, I'aul .. s huh. I'mii II.
Sehuh, 11. F. I'nrkiT. Oeo, K. O'llura und Frank
Tho C ii i.u.l K. M. K. C
MARDI GRAS MARCH AXI) TACTICS
Wilt tke place ut ! o'clock lllirp- vr. bou
present to purtii ip iie.
I nine ami -ee t , tiriiUul of imp". vau!. 'nr !.
kind's hud (jileeiis. a lei expense vill be rpared to
nuke it lieu ana rare.
ffl IE "NOTED
Will deliver his l!.ievi,u Ii.-ir.iet.v Serio-l ;
TIIE Uhii CENT UlY,
UKl'OiJ.M CIA.Ji 1 IAI.L
For the leR'alt of tbo-t'lub ami i.i t ,jaii.f..!..r. ou
Tiiesihiy Night next. ",h i;isf.
admission, iv i : ! 1 1 . 1 : ; I : . v.-.
)jAi:1)I (IKAS ( ( KSTUM ES!
M U'S. S. HAAS.
Of si. Lmii. u well know ii ('out inner, v. ill .w
SATURDAY EVEXIN'G, 22n IX ST.
aiel will innk" her In a.: (jenrters v.i!h M.. v V,Y
she will brir' n finl line ( eo'iuue , miine i ;..
''irrv style ,.! an, v Mm 'uv, rote -que nnd r aiM ,
the iic nf hieli eau be m ured in very r''Uoi;:'.'i!e
Orders f,irpec'l or particular o-lunes wiil
In received bv .Mrs. W. up lo 'l Uurnlai- evening t' e
iRAXD MASlilERADE BALL
Giv, n by (he
TiekMs inn lie prmureil at l.oei Ilerle rt'. I!.
.Mevcr's. i. old-line i llvc'liNuier'a and ou thu
(Veiling III II. (lour.
iiaki.ls scii(i!;nmi;yki:..ioin kokiii.fu
II K N It V WtKIIIAM.l.KO KI.Kll.OKoltiiKsTAT
LKII Committee of Arrangemcni.
A FKEK TEST TRIAL
OF ONE OF
HEALTH I!EST0IL(i PADS
We will wild one of our IIKALTII HKSTOH
INI, PADS In unv Invalid atllleicd with Liver
Complaint. 'HILLS und HvVKIt. INDK.KS
1'lO.N. COSTIVKNKSS. Nervou Headache,
llvpepla. Nervou Debility and Impure lllood,
If' they will send a their twnplcni und ad
dres and iigree to end u If II elleela
a cure lo I In Ir entire vatlsfaelion. nthi'iwie
there III lie no charge. We will do this to con
vince the publle of the superior value us a
eti rail ve
OF oun PADS.
And Unit lliey will do nil we ny. A llil oiler
will lieeesiiill,v be Untiled In number, we hope,
Iherefore, uu early appllcallou w III lie made. Ad
dress. ery lfespectliilly Your.
IHt.O. W. FoKltKs.
)'..' Ml in street, Clnclin.iitl, Ohio,
Physician' speak Iu Term of Praise In favor ol ihu
CIM INSVII. .Illlie '.'S, is;i.
Having hud oinccoiildcruhlc iiciialiilauce uhh
the operation of llie. Pail. I enn coneleneloiily
recommend Ii a an excellent remedy in all the ill,
ease lor which Dr. Forbea rounel t ue.
: liVil Oeorgu HI reel, CIiicIhiiuiI.
What Itev. Joseph Finery, llm well-known Illy
(.iNKiNMATi. .1 lino ix), is;n.
Having hnil a long nrquulittatiru with Or. Forhi.,
I inn atlfleil ilnii whatever hu recommend lie doc
so consclenclounly. mill w III prove nil t Lev promise.
ItKV. ilOHKPII K.MhHY.
Kxiruct from Tew of llie Many Letter freiiuenlly
received at the Olllee.
One uy: "I feci thai your Pad have avrd mv
lu " Auolher nj'M "Your Pad ha Just reached
mv ea. It lui" eiillrely removed my eotlenea
Hiid concilicil Hick Headache," Another write:
"YolirPiid attended ulell,v to bimlne, and In
forly clglil hour I fell a well a ever." Anotnei :
"Your Pad haaeurcrl me of lllllloumie and a tor
pid Liver. I nm heller tliuii I linvu tiiivii In tweuiy
year" Slid nnolher say: I have endured oil ibu
horror trow Ins out ol u lorpld Lhei and l)ytiepia.
Alter using. vour pad nil Ihesu III lei! me." Ono
iiiorrt!-,'Innve neil vonr I'ml with perfoellyaalla
faetory remit", nud ilnerfully ruconimeud item lo