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J ll. BRYANT, M. D.
OKFH'K: Kliitilh and Washington Avenue.
Office bour-li. .r.
KKSIDKNOK:- ('ornr Nineteenth and Wash
yT II. MAKKAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic l'liyHieiiin ivml Surgeon
Office 1S Commercial avenue. Hesldencu corner
Kuiirdt'iiib sl. ami ""ii;u' ituM-i"'
It. SMITH, M.D.
Office and Tleshlence :
"0. 51 TIIIHTKKS'iTl hTUKKT, CAHiO. ILL
,tt. K. W. WMTLOCK",
OrncB-No. 1:5 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Strceu ,
jyn. w. c. jocelyn,
OFFICE -Eighth Htrcet, near Commercial I Atoiiiic.
O. T. W1IITLOCK.
GESKRALCOl.Ll'XTOI! OK MILLS AND RESTS
All (irtouiitii of profolinl nni hwdnewt men
promptly attended to. ttlo.-. t: Commercial av
Sue, between Iilhtli auil Ninth street.
Kefcro'icee: Prolcaeioual null Business meu of
Cnlni. . -
ATTORN KYS-AT-LA W.
y.M. Q. McGEK,
A tto ii iey-at-Lav ,
Oflke, overC. Jt V, n. It. General Office.
Attoi1 ney-a t-"La w.
OFKICK-Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth and Sisth at.
J ISEGAR k IANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue. '"
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OK Al.EXASDKK CoO'TY.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois,
MTV nillUUriACU I" n,lu,r ,v v..
udCominiik aa s candidate for City Treasurer at
the eokuluj city election.
We are athorir.ed to announce the name of Wal
it it L. IIiiihtol an a caudldate fur the oflicc of City
Treasurer, nt the ennuiud charter clcctUm.
We are authorised to announce that Mti.ea W.
Pakkkb l acandldiitw. at the ensuing city election,
for the ulilce ol City Treast'rer.
Sorrow Dcmitim: I'leane announce that I am a
candidate for the office of City Treasurer, at the
approaching city election,
We are atithorlred to announce W. K. Scihtkeks
aa candidate for City Clerk at the approachlux
We are authorlied to announce Louis L. IUvia
aa a candidate for City Clerk at the cuhuIuk uiu
"We are authorized to announce . Ions II. Puii.mh
a a candidate for re-election to the office of City
Clerk at the approaching municipal election.
We authorised to announce that William II. Howe
U a candidate for the office of City Clerk, at the en
calnf tltv election.
... t .- - .i .... .kn M.mn nt
Caiho, 111., March
J. IH79. f
Time. Bar. Thor. Hum Wlud. Vel. Weather.
0:46 a m 30.47
2 p. m SO At
S:46 " 80.42
Maximum Temperature. 49 ' ; Minimum Tern
peraiure, ts3'; Kainlall.UUl inch.
W. II. KAY,
Scrg'l Sljnal Corps, II. S. A,
R'fad R. Jones' advertisMnimt, in
ftuothor column. '
Major S. O, Lewis, of Villa Ridge, wa
in Cairo, yesturdtty.
The Circuit Court did nut couvonfi yes
terday morning. It mceta art the Otli.
Ruad the advcrtimiment of fuUrth un-
mmjrsury meeting of the W. C. A L. A. in
. aactfier column.
Tito residrnco property of Mrs. W. II.
Morris will, during that lady's absence froiii'
the ciy,t)e occupied liy Rev. Dillon Left
Oscar Harrcll returned from
Orleans, Ttesday night, and will spend
.tieveral daya ,1m the city hefore rctuniinj to
Amaidiu)Jc.kol in Mill in St. Louis
When laflt heard from he had not round
mploymcnt; hut liojwfu!. His Cairo
'.buuocfls is manHged by Lis wife,
TlieTottcn dwellijiM: hou.se lias been
p'arod n lt loundaUowi on Eighteenth
tract, and will aoon 1o tduJo ready for oe
curwncy. Kr. Jauiea Kenw;day U doing
A gentleman uliols an fait In ue.h
saattem, remarked in our hearing, yeMerday,
that the entertainments nt the Theatre
Comique are the beat he ever witnewed at a
cost of 23 cents.
Large flocks of wild geese were aeon
at frequent Intervals, yesterday, making
tbelr way north. This L. Interpreted, by
the weatherwise, to moan Uie near appr
. -of warm weather.
Tie. Jacok Bradley-that exemplary
elder of the lntintk felorefl B,tptiMt church
appealing to the public for meana to
relievo his church from debt. He has prob
ably not thought of a lecture tour.
There will be a colored Itomthllritn
meeting, Monday night, one of the objects
being to consult one another respecting the
dutv of colored voters in view of the tu.nrl.
lag election. . Wo take it Unit most of them
have concluded already that they will vote
precisely us they please which, by the
way, is a sensible conclusion.
Who will set the example of cleanli
ness by cleuningiup his premises cellar,
yard, stable ami garret? We shall be pleas
ed to call around, see forourself, and pub
licly commend the'cxnmple to others.
Henry Whitcamp has lust, in a very
mysterious manner, a couple of steers. Ho
is disposed to charge their disappearance to
the man who attempted to sell one of his
cows. The matter will probably undergo
A roustabout, limber drunk, meander
ed to the steamer Gold Dust, yesterday, and
in a few minutes plunged head long down
the hatchway. lie was fished out, nnd cart
ed to the calaboose, somewhat bruised by
the fall, but not seriously,
Prof. Ralfry, who suffered so severely
from tire and sickness, last fall, has opened
a school in the German school building.
Among other brauches taught are mathe
matics, classics nnd primary Gorman. He
is well known as a very successful educator.
Yesterday was tho birth-day of the re
nowned Irish patriot and orator, Robert
Emmet. ('. R. Clark, an ardent admirer
of Emmet's character and ablities, threw
some bunting to the breeze; but we noted
n; other evidence of an observance of the
To-day being the oth instant nil gas
consumers of the city, can save the usual
discount, by calling around at the Super
intendent's office, during the day, and pay
ing their bills. It might pay to remember
this suggestion it will undoubtedly pay to
act upon it.
Mrs. Johnson, the alleged mother of
the foundling of which we spoke several
day ago, becoming alarmed at the shape
that th inquires were taking, or. in
fluenced bv the father of the child, l.&i fled
the city. It is supp-vsed thst she has re
timed to Paducah.
The mueh-ta'.ked-of seating cotrtst
tor the gold-headed cane corse 5 is
the skatiug rink to-ffionvw (vlsir.g. Sev
eral gentlemen hsvc a'.rvJy tvr.wfd a pur
pose to conten 1 for the prijf. and a Iutc
crowd will be prr-vit a vrimes'. The
usual social dance mj'.Stf'k- lLe 'kit
- Judge Bros hi removed Li? 1 Emily
from the ncighb"r!io cf Tee P.mxns
office, tn the dwelling hnw of tbe late P.
M. Stoekfleth. on "intb re.t. It Is some
what doubtful whether the tacrea--,! con
veniences of th. Judge-'anew home will
compensate him for the sacrifice be rjiake
in the matter of resectable neigljlrs;
Dr. Arter was tak'-n violent It ill Mon-
day night, a the result ot a cold contract
ed several day In-fore. He was very sick
at 10 o'clock, last night: and b-ing quite
an old man, with his vitality greatly im
paired by the ordeal of the past twelve
months, serious apprehensions ere enter
tained as to the result of his present sick
ness. The Bn.i.ETin is acremationists. It
would take from the worms and fee, to the
flames, the bodies of all our dead. It
would do this in the interest of health, as a
matter of economy, and to render impossi
ble that of which almost every human be
ing has a horror, viz: premature burials,
But, guess we'll wait awhile.
Officer Olmstead gathered in two indi
viduals, yesterday, who had tarried so long
at the wine that their powers of locomotion
were not available, even for the short walk
to the calaboose. They were, therefore,
carted over, and will wake up this morning,
undetermined most likely, as to how it
happened that they put up with such in
Does fill body suppose that any timely
effort will lie made to put Cairo In the best
possible sanitary condition? If so let that
hopeful body dismiss that absurd supposi
tion at miro. Nothing of the" kind will be
done until the thousands of tho South
come flocking north to escape tho spreading
scourge. The direst necessity, coupled with
alarm, may compel notion. The suggestions
of orudence and sensible forecast will lull on
The Chicago R digio-Phiio'-rtipliieal
Journal ask the temperance people of Illi
M to make note of the fact that Dr. Raueh
only drinks a pint and a half of whisky
daily. We take it that it Is the Journal's
purpose, in ranking the above announce
ment, to intimate thuf the Doctor is taper-
ingotl. As fltTef! half pints of whisky are
not much, when divided amongst one Chi
cago man, the Doctor will, ere long, reach
the plane ot the teetotaler.
As an indication' of' the' expense at
tending the sale of ri al' estate fv pay debts
of an estate, it may bV nrnmrWd that a
Cairo town lot, recently .ld untie !he or
der f the Alexander county oimrt,. brought
100, the cost attending the ihr anwnut
ing to 07. Tho costs, would not hlv'o' been
increased materially, had tea"' tlntos the
quantity of property been Hold. We merely
mention tho matter to aliow how tlifefTecfH
of small estates are eaten up by the" ctprrj.
wa attending administration.
One or our butchers had nearly oW
eluded bargain for the purchase of tlirbo
hogs, from a countryman, vestorduv. y
another butcher stepped up and bid 4 dollar
"I'll n . I .. .... ..
joined tho first butcher. 'Well." r,..,,,.,!,,..
hv a uuiiur oeitcr. Mill." re-
the other, addressing the countryman, "let
mm inn, ana when he m named his hlgl
t figure, bring 'em to mo and getter
u.mar netier." We didn't
CAIUO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY- MOKMKli, MARCH 1879.
learn the result of the competition; but the
grin on the countryman's countenance told
us that he had already been offered fully
twice as much as he had expected.
Clms, Read and Ernest Chase are the
names given by tho brace of darkies who
were arrested Thursday, to answer a charge
of miscellaneous larceny. A third darkey
nanled Alexander Byuss turned State's evi
dence, nnd made a clean breast to 'Squire
Robinson, yesterday, fastening upon them
the ' theft of Korsmeyer's tobacco nnd
Black's boots, In the former 1 case they
were held in bonds of $'200; and in the lat
ter case $100. Both of thcni were rommit
ed to jail.
The County Commissioned were en
gaged.Jyesterday, m the consideration ot
business that originated in or more directly
affects the country portion of the county.
They will, most likely, confine themselves,
chiefly, to this line of duty; as it conies di
rectly under their supervision, whereas
Cairo business docs not. As Mr. Ilaliiduy
has usually looked after the Cairo branch
of the service tlie consideration of matters
connected therew ith that present any com
plications, will be postponed until that i-v!i-tleman
A Mexican half dollar, the same size
of the American coin and milled the
same, is in circulation, and is
frequently given out and received as
30 cents. As its commercial value is only
40 cents, it behooves printers and other
business men who handle largo sums of
money, to keep a lookout for it. Some
conscienceless rascal passed one of them
on the writer hereof, a few days ago; and
what makes the matter exasperating is that
his efforts to "shove it" a a half dollar,
have invariably resulted in humiliating
Tiie young men of the upper part of
the citv. succeeded, yesterday, in organizing
a ls.? ball club un.u-r the peculiar name
of tV 'Vmh-Endero.' It is comwsod of
"nn eniirely new nine" so w e ure informed.
and pr-ip'sies to -gel away" n itti any other
nine that can b ("gar-ired ;a the city.
The wmi'ler boyf of tlie city coLtinue their
trSnvv to frfrimiz!". but without Mxvess.
TticT cuii't do without -fiela is." and vo
her that has tiny self respect w iJi b ihru
is -Mid, miliordinate portion. The Bn.
urrrv jroji wes tn sti.n-i M the usky
boys, una demands, in their ctme. to I-1 in
fanned why -.me otlnr 1 c an't le
cbiiacn for such brilnHr.g p.?lti :,?r Tint V
t!ic co'.tiOE. aJ we s.;.i.: (;ci a cs'.eg.-r-ical
The Delta City e.3a.lers is the name
of a number of Cairo cnlol ly. who pr
X'e to give a miiwrel entertsiamont soon,
with a view, as th-y ty, of It nesting the
voting men's literary asixiation. The
troupe has issued its irogrsuuue in profe.v
aional form, bus p-heaned with much in
dustry, nnd. it is said by thos who have
caught a glimpse of the performances
that many of tlie features were really good,
and that at least three of the Ikjs betray
unusual talent we refer to Tanner, Rrown
and Roiv If the lxys really havo a literary
society, and honestly desire to put money in
itbtrca-ury, they deserve encouragement.
If, however, the purpose is to get pocket
money to wast,. in nocturnal dissipation, it
will be a kindness to them to ''stop their
show" and close their shebang.
If anybody could have been around
with Asinodetis, Monday night, his alten
tioii Would have been arrested by the pe
culiar mano'uvers of a couple of young
gentlemen, who, ordinarily are staid and
circumspect models, Indeed, of perfect
propriety. Leaving their touches at mid
night, sans pants, coal, vet and drawers,
they sought the long hall-way of the lmild
ing. and there, aficr indulging in evolu
tions and gyrations not described in the
Ihjuks, resolved Uamselvis into a military
company, and for a quarter of an Uyi.tr
the words of command and the ti.iinp of
stockinged feet, were the olnly bounds that
waked the echoes. Then slter- a wulking
match and sparring mutch, the perform
ance concluded with a collar und lhnw
wrestle. The contest, most animated lot
a while, resulted in a "dog full," which be
ing mutually accepted as a "good pUcc to
quit," the gentlemen again sought their
couches, and slept soundly lintil morning.
No. reader, beg your pardon. Roth of the
young men ore patterns of sobriety.
Very welcome just now is the article
"Tlie New Golden Age," in the January
ntirnber of the Edinburgh Review, repub
lish by The LeOilnfd Scott Publishing Co.
41 Bafcluy St. N. V, U records the oihi
ions niinulifiipalivrs CtlTut in the lirst
years of Ibb gold' disctvi ries California
and Au.HrnSa. describefl the early history
of gold-llndiJgv th6 effect ot the new minus
on the value o'nloncy, and tlit inthienco
which have proofed 'the fall 'In the v,ilue
of silver in relntii.-'W 'gold. Other article
are "The True TalcAtf thA Cenci." A review
of M. Hertotti's new work,' the result of
much careful research i"nlom the records
of old notaries, and tho itipa1! public offices.
It leaves the crime of Bealrfcfe Cenci shorn
of tho romance. "Mental I'Kjtiology," An
essay on the action of the rrlhtf on tho
brain pupl, with a wirnmary cf the facta
definitely ascertained concerning he phr.
biology of the mind. "Memolroof 51.
Jameson." "The Road to India."
eto'lhv practicability ami advantage" of
raiirontl ctnnmtitiicatlon between the
ltcfranfan Heft and thoPerslun Otilf. "( n'l."
panelbi and Modern .Italian Thought K
A !ketc.ti of lii life, with mmic account u-f
hi'a Ifteart nWl volBrainous wrltlngo. y
IkM England' lr the Nineteenth Ceuturv ,
A very full and interesting review. "Dis
coveries at Olympia." An account of the
explorations nnd discoveries made by the
Germans since 1875. "The Government nnd
the Opposition." The periodicals reprint
ed by tho. Leonard Seott Publishing Co;(41
Barclay Street N. Y.) are as follows: The
London Qunrtorly, Edinburgh, AVestminiB
ter, and British Quarterly Reviews, and
Blackwood's Magazine. Price ft a year
for any one, or only if 15 for all, and the
postage is prepaid by the Publisher.
--The pretense of Dr. Rauch's friends that
his failure to appear before the Senate com
mittee, when cited so to do, was due to
sickness, tho germs of which implanted
themselves in his system while ho was in
Cairo last summer, fortifying the State
against yellow lever, is absurd, utterly
groundless nnd foolish. He was of no
earthly service in Cairo, and if anything
t a. be more attenuated than tho alleged
cause of sickness, it is the statonientthat ho
was here "fortifyingtho State against yellow
fever." Now, we assert, and we do it with
out tear of contradiction, that the people of
Cairo are not indebted to Dr. Raueh for one
.-ingle practical suggestion, relating to
quarantine, sanitary regulations or any
Hther matter concerning which our authori
ties were, at that time, anxious to be inform
ed. He did a great deal of nothing very
buuglingly, and w ith much meekness ac
cepted applause for work that was performed,
and suggestions that were made by other.
Coming to Cairo when there was not a case
of sickness ot any kind whatever in tho en
tire citv, bo sought to mnke it
appear that duty had called him into
tlie very valley and shadow of
death, but he bad not hesitated; that he
was bore, and would stand ns a human
wall, a living wood, against the bron.ed
terror, and the people of his lieloved St.Ue!
Thi. and much more of the same sort he
said and diu, Ik ing at the time, and we say
it reiTc! fully, a soler man! Hud he been
suf rw.z from the same 'sickness" that
presented bis aiteaduricc on the Senate
com mil toe. due allowances would be made;
but even t!..,t wrenched apology cannot lie
urged for him. All of which points rather
conclusively to one tart, viz: that Dr.
Raueh is a -oueer hair-pin."
TH V. Cid'NCl L MEETING I.VsT NIGHT.
A q-ioruci of council!n--n got together
alvut ? o'clock last ni'lit. On roll call
M-v-rs. Itscaster. PitiT. Thistlewo 1,
Ritt nhoiiv. White and Wixvl.councilmen,
und his honor, the Mayor. resj'nd"I.
Tiie Finance Committee submited a re
K)rt to the effect that there had been pre-sent-d
to them for exchange, by the Ameri
can Funding Hssociaton of New York, old
bonds of tlie city, of the face value of $24,-
000; and from our citizen $1,000 making
24 bonds for exellangetip to the present date
The committ-'."; further stated that it was
their purpose to turn over new Ixmds to the
proper parties, as sxm us the detail
figure work was performed adding,
in conclusion that the fuuding
scheme give promise of a succe-wful h.9iic.
Ordered that the report be published with
The Treasurer submitted his report for
February, showing an unexpended balance
on hand, of f 24,170,8:1. Referred to the
Comptroller for confirmation.
Justice of the peace Comings reported
that he had imposed finen, under the ordiu
ances, during the month of February, that
amounted to $0.'i. Ot that amount he had
collected $15 cash, for which he exhibited
the Treasurer receipt. Report ordered on
Jailor Mahoney's report was rend nnd
ordered filed. Twenty-two prisoners bad
been confined in the calaboose during Feb
ruary, and 'W0 davs work performed bv
Alderman Wright presented n petition of
Captain Williamson and Mr. T. G. Lee,
asking the privilege of constructing an ice
schute across the Ix;vee in front of
the Ruse. Loom Is & C'o.'s Ice
house, said schute to be not
more than three feet wide or three feet
deep; to be construc'.ed of heavy timbers,
and in such manner as to in no way impair
the strength of the levee the work to be
performed endef the direction of the street
committee, to whom the petition was re
ferred. Alderman Wright also presented tin! p!
tition of the Trusted of the A. M. 13.
church praying the consfrflction of a side
walk on the south side of trghtcenth street
from Walnut at reel to tho A. tl. U. church
building the petitioners propoKirty to per
form the work without exH.nse to tte eity,
provided the city furnish the lumber. Pe
tition referred to tho Ordinance committee,-
The petition of P. Vincent, asking the
permission of tin? council to erect a
four Inch wall one story brick
building on lots 1 and J in block 13,
of the cfty,1ffl9 reported back by the commit
tee on Polke, Jail nnd Fire Department, with
the recommendation that tho prayer of the
petitioner be allowed. The matter was, on
notion, referroi? ft) the Ordinance Commit
tee with instructions' to prepare an ordin
ance in conformity with the
prayer of the pctitiott.
Ono of the Alderiiltn (Wood wcr believe)
presented a petition rfgned by 40 or 50
teamsters and business rren; that depreci
ated tho manner in which the Illinois- Cen
tral crossing at Fourteenth' street had born
repaired, alleglog that It wW dungcroos
to , wot u iwims nmr penes
Irians, nnd called for' immrsuaJe attention'.
Tito1 petition fttfUier'rccitod tlkjit'tho Misdr
sijipi Levee crossing of the Cairo and St.
Louis railroad, and especially that at tho
gas house, were in n bad condition, ana
ought to be put in good order without fur
Alderman Wood moved to refer the peti
tion to the Committee on Streets, with in
struotions to examine the crossings com
plained of and all other crossings, confer
with the railroad authorities, respecting the
Crossings which they are, respectively, re
quired to keep in order.
Alderman Putior moved to amend, by
referring the matter to the Marshal
with instructions to enforce ordinances re
lating , us well to railroad aw
railroad rossiugs, nnd report
his actions in the premises at the next
meeting of tho Council.
Alderman Wright remarked that inas
much as tho railroad authorities here hud
been most prodigal in promises and miserly
in performance, that the amendment be
amended by requiring the Street Committee
to make their demands upon the head au
thorities of the road at Chicago. This was
a sensible amendment, but receiving no
second was not entertained.
A discussion then followed, that was im
mense in voluni". but not conspicuous for
point or pertinence. The question upon
the Patier amendment (which, being de
structive of the original inotion.was not en
tertainahle as nn amendment was then put
to a vote and resulted in a tie. The Mayor
voted "Aye." The motion as amended was
then submitted and was carried by a vote
of 4 to 2.
The decision of this question was
promptly tollowed by amotion from Alder
man Wood to the effect that the Marshal
be instructed to enforce all the ordinances
of the city now in force. Amendments,
points of order and appeals to the
house tollowed in rapid succession;
but all the debris thus heaped
up alxjut the original motion was finally
swept away, and tlie ayes and n-ns leiiig
called the Marshall was unanimously in
structed to do what he had previously
sworne to do, viz: enforce all the ordinan
ces of the city, of every name and charac
ter, that is now standiug unr pealed.
The claim of Dr. Marean for $')2 for ser
vice attending Mr. Connors and Mrs. Sto
ner duriug the prevalence of the yellow
fever, was reported back by the Hoard ot
Health with the recoiniuendation that the
mm of $25 be ullowedin full payment ofthe
bill. Rcfernd to Claims Commit'ee
The council then parsed to n considera
tion of the claims filed against the citv,
and we retired probably 15 minutes li
for adjournment, which was effected almut
Tin: "Baby's Best Friend'' is Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup, since it maintains the baby'i
health by keeping it free from Colic, Diar
rho'a, etc. Price 25 cents.
Having ft very heavily laden train of
first class idp.is (that is, viewed through
my eye glasses), running ulong in tip top
ord' r, making splendid time, aDd appre
hending no danger, all of a eudden came
in collision with the mandate. "Must cut
it short." The result was, as might have
been expected, a total wreck of both train
and ideas, the latter of which my best efforts
since have failed to collect anil put into
shape. Hence this little train of inquir
ies. Is it the intention jf law to mete out
justice impartially to nil persons? Jf so,
ought any law be made that fai's ol tin's
object? Is the playing of cards dice, bull
or other gaming in saloons or otb'T places,
where intoxicating liquors are sold, wrong?
If & ), why not make the prohibition peri
oral instead of partial?
Or is gaming in such places wrong only
when indulged in by minors, and not when
done by adults; Or cannot the latter be
reached by an act of the legislature? Or
is it, that because they have the right to
vote and niaks the ),aw, they reserve to
themselves tho privilege of doing wrong
without Is-coming uiuetinble to its mm
dales? Or is it lwci.U that force Is necessary in
the case of minors to make them do right,
while adults must only be persuaded by
cxatftplo to do so, and therefore by law
compel the minor to bocoinc an example of
sobriety arid virtue, that the lordly adult
ma profit by their example.
Tiikiiik, 111., March it, WW.
WAVTi n.--Ten Coopers fui alacV work.
Memimiis, Coopkuaok & JH'. Co.
$25 RiDWAn.i. The above reward will btf
piriil tft an" person who will give, informa
tion at fff who told n lot of hides and calf
skins lrolh' ffyfiaston'n & Smith's slaughter
house, on tnt1' night of the 27th of Febru
ary, 1879. Kykasto.n & Smith.
March 4th; Wit
LoiiiLLAiiD'a Tin'T!i smokltig tobacco
in eighth, fourth, 'half find pound packages.
Also Lorillard's Nicklo Nfrggets and Dimo
Nuggets, for sale at F. Kor.Weyef's at fac
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tractod by any of its employes, ot nny ono
connected with the Bulletin,', unless, the'
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mysidf, and the order must 10( ftttached to
the bill when predated, and no ciWrtractk'
for advertising or job work are valid union
tho same arc endorsed by myself.
E. A. Br kn kit.
The Theatre Comique was again crowd
ed bint evening to greet tho best company
ever in tho city, nnd also to manifest their
opproval of the Catletts in their great art
and haudsonio wardroty. The programme
was good throughout,, and the ' afterpiece'
entitled "Fits Pits," was the most comical',
ot all the nets yet given at this truly suc-
Com.! Coal, Wood,' Wood. F. !.',
Ward has on hand the best quality of coal
for sahlat the market prion. Very low.
Also a large stx k of wood of all kinds.
He is well known to everybody we trust
lie will re(eive his full share of iiatromiL'c.
Prieea to suit tho times.
Phoh. Hakdy takes pleasure in na-
notincing that his dancing school w ill be
open,for the gentlemen's ciasson Wednesday
evening, in Turner hall, and for the ladies
and misses class on Saturday afternoon at
2 o'clock. F"r information as to terms, etc.,
apply at the hall.
R. JoxKshiison hand for the use of hi..
customers, the very best leather and
material for line and heuvy boots and shoos
ever brought to this section! His work
men ar first' cluss. His work the very
bett and prices as low lis the lowest. Sat
isfaction guaranteed in all cases.
A I'CTIOX! AUCTION' !
Wednesday, March 5th, of a large line
of furniture, consisting of Tables, Chairs,
Sofas, Beds, Mattresses, Stoves, etc., on
Halliday ii Phillips' wharf-Lout. Sale
commences at 10 o'clock.
A. W. PVATT.
rjMlK FOURTH ANNIVERSARY
Hireling of thu
W. C. & L. A-
will lie h:j at tu,'ir roonm, ou
Thursday Kveiiins March Oth.
The public in cordial!)
the iiolti-il. JU rW ol
MDDI.EUY AND HARNESS SHOP.
JAMES M. KIXNKAK,
In the old Lailwld Krt-rwart stand, n-ar tlie
Aral) Engine Houte.
IS prepared to do a!l kind of work In hi line,
chi i ply, np' uii iiiii.ly ai.d In a thorough ork
manlike iimnutT. 11.- inviti- patronage aud nur-autri-f-
aalirfactiou in every parlUu.r.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
rat unlay Ivcn'g March h,
T1IK I:KI(-NIN(i KAVOKITI.S
THE 3IILT0X NOBLES
Will proent fur the flrt time iu thin citv. the
Uew au t auci.vK.fu! Drama entitled
A MAN OF THE PEOPLE.
JackKyder-A M2 of the People-MMlou Noble.
Heaerved Si-ats .od
Admlmion to .ictleun TV'
OalKry. except 'rort row roc
Ke. erred a:i f-j: .ale ul Krk r'l look store.
N UN PARALLELLED OFFER.
A Vll EE TEST Till A L
OF OS K OF
HEALTH lU'M'OKING PADrf
We will aend one of our IIr.TJl KKKTOIt
INU PADS t any Invalid all:l4 fcllh Liver
('limnlalnt. CIIILL and KhVKH, ISUIOKH
1'lUN. COST1VKSKSS, Servoua fleadiuhe.
Dynpepala. Nervous Debility aud Itnpare HIimmI.
If they will need ua their fvntptoui add t&
dreaa and airreo to aeud a 2,0) if It effrern
a cure to their entire mitlnfactiou, otheiwiae'
there v. Ill he no ibitree. Wu will do tliia to roil
vlnee tho public of the eupirlor vniue as a
of ouii pads.
Aud that thty Will do all we nay. A this offer
Hill aet't'Kiiarlly he limited in number, we hope,
therefore, an tury application will he amde. Ad
drvM. ery Heprctlully onr.
DU.U, W. FOItnltrt,
7i Kim atreet, Clucluimtl, Ohio,
preyntelavis apeak ill T"im of PraUe In favor of the ,
t'lsoiJrKATf. Juno 8,1, lsta.
Havliii iMd sfltf Conalricralile arqnatntanre with
Uiu operation of th Pad I can couclencliMwIy
recommend It aa excellent remedy In all tho dla
eaeea fur which Hr, Forheacounaela Its nar.
.. DR. J. HALLOW KLL,
ti6 Otorire Street, Clnclanad,
What Uv. Joaeph t.m, tha well koowo irtr
PirtettraATt, Jane DO, iws.
Itaviag had a lon aeqi:WJjtHe with Dr. Port,
I am aatlafled that whatever prconimenda ha doe
ao conaclcticioualy, B-,7i,Jjf'
Bxtracti from a few of tlia Mai'y.T,'eJtera frtqUeDUy
received at the OtSee
Ona aaya!-"I feel that your Pad havo aared mir
lift." Auotheraayt ! "Your Pad hasjua.t raacJmd
iuy caaa. It baa entirely removed1 ray eoatlvoooM
and ootiaeqiicut nicK nennncne." Andmcrrrltea;
lonr rati aiienncii aincuy 10 ouaineaa, a
rnrlr-uluht houra I felt M well aa over." Anu
"Vur Pad haa cured me of lilllloniiuvaa aid a Ute
pld Liver. I am bettor than I havo been la twaatr
yearn." Htlll another naym-l have endured all Uiu'
bnrrora irowlnff out of a torpid Liver and Dynpwpma
After anlnff your pad all theaa ilia loft ma." One
more:-"I have used our Pads wltb perfectly satia-,
factory matti, and cootrfully rocomiuead them to'