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1 T H. BRYANT, !
MIMiCCK:-C KlMletl and Wart
H. MARBAN, M. D.,
HoiiHpathie Physician and Surgeon.
Mm i nnainafelal avenue. Rceldeoce corner
fMrUMU Hi. m4 Wwhlngton renin, tairo.
R. 8MITH, M. D.
NO! THIRTKItSTH BTRBKT, CAIRO, ILL.
J)R. K. W. VTHITLOCK,
Orvici-No. M Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Streau
jyi. W. C. JOCELYN,
OrWCK Elie Hired, near Commercial Avenue,
JINE(JAU & LANSDEX,
OFFICE No. US Commercial Avenue,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL I'Al'KKOF ALEXANDER CQCNTY.
Only Mnrnins Daily in Southern Illinois.
Wo aro authorized to announce tho name of Ai.
iikd CimiNu a n candidate for City Treasurer at
Uie euanlng city election.
We are athnrlzcd to announce the name of Wal
tkrL. Biiis-rot. a candidate for the onVc- of Uty
Troaaurer, at the eimulnu charter election.
We are. authorized to announce Hint Mii.ks W.
Parkrr l a candidate, at the ensuing city election,
for thu office of (.'Hy Troaurcr.
fftiTT.,u itmi KTiv. Ploane announce Hint I am a
candidate for thu office of City Treasurer, at the
approaching city election,
We arv authorised to announce W. F. SriiiTKitn
aa acandida-e for City Cleric at tuu approacbliu:
We are authorized to announce Loins L. Davis
Ml candidate, for City Clerk at the eliaulug mu
We are. authorised to announce .Ioun B. Phii.us
aa a candidate for re-election to the office of City
dork at t tic ap,roacbiuu municipal election.
We authorized to anuouncc that WiluahH. How
la a candidal for the otUceor City Clerk, at the eu
euing ilv election.
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Read C:ipt. AVrilit's curd.
Dr. Marcan'a youngest child is very ill
of glint ric fever.
General Freight agent, Tucker, of the
I. C. R. R- was in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. John II. Oberly returned to Cairo
from Springfield, yesterday morning.
Cnpt. Walker is enlarging his dry
docks by tho addition of u seventy foot
No butcher in the city keep? better
fresh meats than J. Q. iStancil. next door to
Johu Clancy has "returned from New
York." The trip was a terrible ordeal for
the old fellow.
Mr. Marion "Wright, superintendent of the
Tlalliday St. Johns Coal mines and Salt
works was in the city yesterday.
'; Dr. Arter's condition was but slightly
imnroved yesterday. Ilia extreme old age
renders his recovery problematical.
-tTIio movement headed by Judge Bird,
to oust Col. MeKeaig from the post -office,
is taking on portentious proportions.
Mr. Brewster, conductor of the Illinois
Central, between Cairo and Centralia, is the
father of a new baby girl one that came
to him last Monday,
Miss Alice Watwood and Miss Annie
Roach, both of Ballard county, are in the
.city, miring the Misses Wootcn, daughters
of Mr. W. W. Wootcn.
. The transportation officers of the Illi
soil Contra! railroad were in the city, yes
terday, looking after the interests of their
4epartmeil of the road's business.
Mr. Janes E. BpUler ka resigned his
position in the Novelty Iron Store. He had
maintained a connection ftilli thntfstab
bshment for a period of 13 or 14 years.
A tremendous crowd gathered at the
skating rink last night. The throng must
have numbered two hundred persons, fully
one-half Mag kdiei. To the prize contest
we allude elsewkero.
It appears from a notice in another
column that Mrs. Clancy has abandoned her
home. In warning the public not to credit
her on his account Mr. C. very considerately
excepts her board bil'.s.
We arc told that the town of Anna
te of the busiest and most flourishing
towns in Boutuera iiiinoii-ii without a
hotel. This, in a town of two thousand In
habitants, Is something unusual.
Notwrthstaudlngtbe larious attractions
lsewhcir, the anniversary' ttoetlng of the
Woman's Club and Library association, last
i laight was attended by a larger crowd than
was eipected. It was an occatinn oi uu
V 'ft,snal InVresN nl y scented by the
; Mladics of W. C. and C A. as a popular and
stgnincant enaorscmoni oi wr euir
pwTide fortlie city, as well u for themselves,
the means for mental culture and profitable
pastime. Further' mention to-morrow.
The Jolly Twelve an organization
composed of no dozen young men of the
city, will indulge in a social hop this even
ing, at the residence of Mr. Thomas B.
Farrin. The expected participants have
been specially Invited.
The following, written on a postal card
and received yesterday, is In responso to
"the growl," in which we indulged a few
days ago : "Please discontinue my oard ' in
TttK Bulletin." The public may marvel
at us; but it is our firm resolve not to stop
The agent of the Narrow-gauge, inno
cently we apprehend, put a soliciting agent
at work, without ajtending to the prelimi
nary matter of fortifying him with a license.
The fact coming to the knowlekge of our
city authorities, the agent was called upon
Mr. Gibson Arnold, express messenger
of the Mississippi Central, was united m
marriage, about two weeks ago, to Mrs.
Kit Perry, of Clinton, Ky. Mr. Perry,
when living, was a member of the wealthy
and widely known mercantile firm of
Moore, Neville & Perry, of Clinton.
There are rumblings in the political at
mosphere of the Republican household of
Cairo, that threateu to resolve themselves
into a terrific thunder storm. "NYe shall
narrowly watch the progress of events
treasure up the facts a they may develop
themselves, and deluge our reader with
them, all at once.
Ed. Morely, arrested for drunkeaess.
was tined $2 and costs by Judge Bird, yes
terday, and, in default of payment, cala
boosed for four days. Mary Carroll,
brought up on the same charge, had been
drunk $10 worth, and that amount was
charged up against hor. She wili pay the
bill by a fourteen days' stay in the cala
boose. The members of the Taxpayer associ
ation should bear in mind that the regular
monthly meeting of the association will be
lipid in the office of A. Comings, this even
ing; and that during the evening an elec
tion of officers to serve during the ensuing
year, will take place. It is important,
therefore, that there should bo a general
turn out of the members.
A number of citizens will gs up the
river a short distance o:i the steam tug, to
day, to meet the new steamer Y. P. Hal
liday, which is expected to arrive at our
wharf beteen ' and 4 o'clock this after
noon. The indications are that the boat
will be visited by fully otic half of our
population, if she prolong her stay here
through the evening.
A colored man who called himself
Join" Johnson, and claimed Villa ltiuge as
his home, sold a cow to Charley Gayer, yes
terday, for $10. Gayer suspecting that all
was not nirht, paid him one dollar ami told
liin to call around in the course of mi hour
or two and get the balance. Mr. Johnson
didn't call around, and the natural supposi
tion is that the cow is stolen property.
A female, named Laura Wiihums,
reached Cairo, Wednesday evening, having
walked all the way from Carini. Finding
no other lodgings, she passed the night at.
police head-quarters. She disappeared
about daylight; but whither she has gone
nobody seems to know. She was travel
worn and dispirited, and my have ended
hor miseries by a plunge in the Ohio.
A busv-tonsrucd woman having circu
lated reports that reflected seriously upon
Mrs. Logan, who resides on Fifth street,
and Mr. Dick Logan, the husband, happen
ing to meet the gossinpy female, slapped
her mouth. The gossip sued, but it ap
pearing that Logan's provocation was
greater than average human nature could
bear, ho was discharged on payment of
Lou Schnckers and John Antrim were
the contestants for the gold-headed cane,
last night. It is duo to the former to say
that he was not aware that he would be
put in the list of contestants until the con
test was about to commence. Both young
men arc Yery graceful skaters; but the au
dience decided that Antrim was the better
of the two. The vote stood, Antrim 60
The gathering at Mr. Mackie's Tues
day evening was not, as stateu by us, a
"church sociable," or any other kind of a
sociable, it was merely a gathering ot a
few friends ot the family, who met without
any concert of action, and who, after meet
ing, passed the evening atter the manner
indicated in our former mention. The par
ticipanta were not a little surprised to be
told by a newspaper renowned for its cred
ibility, that they had indulged ia a church
Officers Alley and Wilson have de
nounoed as false and slanderous the report
that gained currency that they had stood
as sureties for the rent of the hall in which
th disreputable women of the city pro
posed to hold their masquerade ball, We
have satisfied ourselves that their statement
published by us, was correct; and conclu
sive evidence, of its correctness is found in
the fact that the hall was paid for in ad
vunce, the party rentiug It holding a re
ceipt for the money. This being true thero
was no place for sureties to come in. Po
1 icemen have enough Bins of their own to
answer for without being held answerable
for acts of which they are entirely guiltless
Mew. Axley nud Wilson aro both men of
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN :
families, and hare, so far as we has been
enabled to judge, demeaned themselfea as
gentlemen and conscientious officers. We
have heard nothing to their discredit, that
did not turn out, upon inquiry, t be no
founded. We saw an ingenious device yesterday,
In the wty ot a swivel. The ring and hook
are connected with an eliptical shaped
rody, the upper portion being solid Iron
find the lower portion bored out or hollow.
In this bore the hook, heavily headed,
works freely, turning as the twists in the
chain or rope to which it is attached, may
require. It is immensely strong, and we
see no reason why it might not displace the
other swivels in use. Mr. Thomas Morgan
is the designer and maker; and although it
is not at all complicated, but few of our
blacksmiths are prepared to say that they
can make one like it.
On the evening of the 27th ultimo a
large lot of hides were stolen from Kynas
ton and Smith's slaughter house, and Mr.
Smith obtaining what be regarded a safe
clue to the direction the thieves had taken.
made pursuit. Before reaching St. Louis
he lost track of the rascals, and final' v was
compelled to abandon the pursuit. Before
doing so, however, hu determined ton-stock
tho slaughter house with hides. Accord
lv he made, his wav to the St. Louis
market, and purchased a full car load
These hides, as .soon us thev are .-tripped
from the verv choice cattle that are now
wearing them, will be placed within con
veuient reach of the next hide thii ve that
may chance along.
We were not aware, until reminded of
the fact, that yesterday's Bulletin made
no mention of the fact of the death of
Theodore Carriijan. We wrote a no'iee of
the sad ."tccurrence; but as it did not appear j
in the paper, we presume it never reached i
the hands of the printets. Mr. Carrigan
died of consumption, and had been con
fined to his bed several months. The tele
graphers of Chicago took the body in
charge." gave it decent sepulture, and raised
about $200 to assist the widow, who, be
cause of her husband's protracted sickucss,
was in very straightened circumstances.
Theodore was a noble-minded, generous
hearted young man, and none knew him
but to respect biin.
Petitions were in circulation yesterday,
(so report said we didn't sec- it) calling
upon C'jptidu Thistlewood to run for Mayor.
For several weeks it has been understood
that a pressure was to be made upon the
Captain to enter the field; but we have nev
er he,:ird anything as corning lroni him,
either to encourage or discourage the idea
that he would be a candidate. He is now
a member of the council, has been a regu
lar attendant upon the meetings of that body,
has taken u part in all its discussions, and
has, as far as we have ob.-erved, labored for
the moral and material well-being of the
city. Should he au.swer the call that is to
be ma le upon him affirmatively, he will
have a !.irre ami influential following from
We have hc:rd a great deal about the
conceit recently given in Anna, by Dr. Par
ker, who lives in that vicinity, and his two
daughters. We are told that the daughters
are entirely self-taught, ami that neither
one of them ever heard a professional sing
er in her life, yet their singing and playing
were of a character that drew out round
after round of uproarotis applause. The en
tertainment was given for the benefit of the
poor, and the house was literally jammed.
A number of Cairo people have become so
entliuscu uy tnc accounts tney nave received
of this concert that they express a determ
ination to try to persuade Dr. Parker and
his daughters to repeat it for the edification
of a Cairo audience. It is the purpose to
give the concert, if the Doctor is agreeable.
about the first of next month.
The crowd that witnessed tho installa
tion ceremonies by the K.M. ICC, lust night,
did not get together until about!) o'clock;
and as a consequence, the festivities were
not brought to a close until atter The Bui,
IjETIN had gone to press. Of the interest
ing details, therefore, we must speak hear
after. The hall was tastefully and elabor
ately ornamented, the walls being festooned
with evergreens, and embolished with
glistening spears and battle-axes. The up
per table was spread in the center of the
hall, extending the full length of the room;
and when we say that we never saw in Cairo,
on any occasion, a more elegantly spread
and tempting repast, we mean what we
say. The bill of fare embraced quite every
thing that could be obtained in the market,
and seemed to have been gotten up with
special purpose to tempt tho participants ta
over-eating. For the manner and matter
ot the supper the Krew is indebted to the
good taste, and cookery ot Mr. and Mrs.
William J. Cundiff. The toasts that were
pronounced, the responses that were made,
the pleasant incidents und occurrences of
the night, must invoke the attention of our
pencil at another time.
Our children-for-adoption market
seems to be over-stocked. Childless mar
ried pcoplo don't seem disposed to patron
ize it. We know of three little waifs that
have been carried tram dxr to door about
the city, in the hope that some one, moved
by sympathy, charity, maternal feelings, or
what not, would take them; but childless
folks choose to remain so, while those who
have children are averse to adding to their
number. The woman who has the Egyp
tian Mystery baby boy qn her hands, is jn
a state of semi-distraction, Her 'mother na
ture will not permit her to abandon the lit-
FRIDAY MOKMNCi, MARCH 7. 1879.
tie creature-, and she Is too poor to raise it
We heard yesterday that she had expressed
a purpose to take it to the court house, lay
it down there la the presence of the county
officer and leave it. This is a most com
mendable resolution. The Sheriff has so
many children that it would be many
months before the addition of one more to
the number, would be discovered by him.
The Circuit Clerk has only one, and the
County Clerk has none. Hence, it is only
just and right that one of these three gen
tlemen, or all three of them together,
should furnish the homeless little creature,
the required board and lodging. If they
arc unwilling to do this, let them resign,
and give place to men who will do it.
TUE LATE WM. II. MORRIS.
A PF.SEUVKD TUIIll'TK TO II IS MKMOllY BY
THE EDITOR OK THE "NOW AND THEN."
The editor of the "Now nud Then," an
insurance monthly, writes thus feelingly
and truly of our late fellow-citizen, Will
iam II. Morris:
"On Monday, January 20, Mr. Will
iam 11. Morris suddenly departed this life
at the house of his brother in Chicago, ut
ter a painful illness of short duration. Ho
had left his home in Cairo but a few
days before to visit his parents at Wilming
ton. Illinois, and his brother- i'i Chi
cairo. A violent cold contracted from an
extended sleigh ride in the night is sup
posed to have been the cause of crushing
out a life that indicated perfect health and
the full vigor of mature manhood, lie was
born at Jordan, N. Y.. September 4. ls!l.
At the time of his" death he was in his
thirty -eighth year. He had lived in Cairo
some eighteen years, and was there engaged
in banking and insurance. In the insur
ance business i-.i connection with the hon-
otvd and hmer.ted A. B. S afford and II. H
Candee, th only surviving member of the
iirm of Saff'rl, Morris fc Candee, he rep-r-se::te
I the Amcnean Central Iusurance
Comp any from IrG'J until the day of his
death. No agent ia our whole corps of
1.101 wrote so !oId, finished and elegant a
hand as he. He was urbane, cultivated,
generous, exemplary, upright and devout.
He was an accomplished musician and
a genial gentleman. In every circle where
he moved, in business, in literature, in
music, in benevolence, in the c-hurch, a
void lias appeared from his death which
occasions heartfelt grief. The grief found
expression appropriate and striking
at his obsequies in Cairo, iu his draped
organ and music stand, in the n-so-lusions
ot' respect and sorrow passed by the
vestry of the church to which he belonged
by the Masonic orders with which he was
conii-cted, by other societies charitable and
literary wherein he had membership, and by
u church croweded by mourners ut his fu
nerul, so representing all classes of society
that all badges and regalia were discarded
in order that the embodied ('oniiiiiinity
might b" known its mourner;, in the pres
ence of that mysterious power '.hat exalts
humanity by placing the king, and the pes
ant, the merchant prince mid beggar,
upon the same platform aschihh' !i of the
Most High, railed from labor on earth to
eternal refreshment in the puradis- of God,
We speak from a personal acquaintance of
eighteen years with this departed fri -nd.
He deserved to live lotigbcrmisc the world
is made tictter by Mich lives as hi. He
des'-rves the commendations bestowed bv
the multitude of his mourning friends. In
the land where the angels sing, w here the
good are gathcrd forever, that great multi
tude which no man can number, with Saf
ford and Morris as the appointed time for
each shall come, may nil the family find
an eternal home and inheritance.''
WHY STAND YE THERE IDLE ?"
IlKATItrCE HEARTILY SECONDS THE I1LI.LE
TIN' S SANITARY Sl'OOEsTION, AND W ARMLY
I'ltliKS ITS IMMEDIATE ADolTION.
Editor Cairo Hulk-flu:
Dear Sir: Allow me to thank you for
the terse and practical suggestions con
mined in your last Sunday's paper regard
ing the sanitary condition of our city. It
is surprisingly strange that thu people do
not uct upon them without delay. They
seem to forget that "procrastination is the
thief of tune." They have also forgotten,
apparently, the terrors, losses and incon
veniences they suffered last your, when our
little city was besieged by the grim tyrant,
Yellow Jack; but by their apathy concern
ing our sanitary condition are leaving the
doors wide open, and inviting his inujesty
to visit us again, "Who will move? Who
will Income the pivnocr sanitarian of
Cairo!" were the wise questions you pro
pounded iu your Tuesday's Buu.kiin.
Must it be said to our everlasting shame
and disgrace that no ono amongst us has
courage or energy enough to make a move
in the right direction before it is too late to
keep the epidemic from our midst
Oil, say one : "Tho men are too busy too
much absorbed in their business to 'bother'
with this affair; and of course the women
can do nothing of this kind." Well let
them be busy now. They will not be too busy
next summer to shut up shop and turn their
back on Cairo, with her host of poor "can't
get away's" when yellow fever or some other
epidemic put - In un appearance. "An
ounce of prevention is worth a pound of
cure," is an adage that has not lost its
truthfulness on account of its great ago.
'Just let yellow fever visit Cairo again, (as
it possibly may do if we do not fortify
against it) and some of our business men
and property holder will wish that they
hud applied tho ounce of prevention.
Should we have Another panic as wo
had last fall, I will ptedict, at the risk. of
being called a "croaker," that, the. fata of
Cairo ia fixed for many, a day.ia the future.
Let us women use all the Influence we have
with our husbands, fathers, brother and
friends; and urge upon them the necessity
of forming immediately an association like
the ono uggested in the last 8un2ay's
Bullktix. If they commence at once they
will not have more than time to get the city
in a good sanitary condition before hot
weather will be upon us, for it must be con
fessed that if cleanliness is next to godli
ness, our little city ia its present sanitary
condition can claim no very close proximity
to that much-to-be desired attribute. In
conclusion let me say to you Mr. Editor, do
not weary in well doing; keep this impor
tant subject agitated until some of our in
fluential men will come to the rescue, and
lesdoff in the right direction for the good
and prosperity of us all.
Cairo, Ills., March C, 1879.
A CARD FROM ALDERMAN WRIGHT.
Please permit nie to refer to the card of
Messrs. Axley A" Wilson as published in to
day's issue of your paper and to say in re
ply that in my statement before the council
on Tuesday evening I mentioned no names
whatever, and I fail to p"rceive the urgent
necessity for such hasty denial before be
ing accused. Mv information came direct
from the woman renting the hall, through
one of our best citizens- -one whose char
acter for veracity is unquestioned. As a
niemiieroi i try council ana as chairman
of the-ominittee on Police and Jail, I felt
it my iluty to lay the matter before iur
body; but thought it prudent to withhold
names for the present. Now us to the
truth of the woman's statement, I know
Cairo. Ills. March 0. lSTil.
PiiEJUMCE olten rules in the physical
treatment of babies. They are allowed
to suffer and scream with pain from Colic.
Flatulence, Bowel disorders etc. when
some simple, rename ana sate remedy as
Dr. Bull's Babv Svrup , would give almost
immediate relief and perfect ease to the
Foil Rl.nt An excellent dwelling house
Inquire of Gi:o. Fiiii:r.
To the iTiii.ic My wife, Mrs. L. L.
Clancy, having abandoned my bed and
board without jut cause or provocation. I
adopt this method to warn all persons not
to harlnir fir tru-t her on my account, as I
shall pay no bills that 'he may contract,
execept reasonable board bills.
Cairo, His., March 6. 17U.
The three things that prevail at theThe-atr-
Comiqu" (-very evening nre. good order,
good attend:, nee and a good show. The
performance la-t evening was I'.rst-cla-s ia
every respect, and we would advise the
traveling public, if they have an evening to
-pare, to visit the theatre cnmiqije, where
they can while away tie- hours in listening
to the beautiful song- of Mis May ('onoly
and Miss ( ora J-.verett, also .see the great
and only Cath-tt-, the wonderful clog
BA Ii FIXTl'RES AT AlCTION.
At Nick Monee's saloon, on Eighth street,
on Saturday, tin- cHli in.-.t., at 111 o'clock a. '
in., there will be sold at auction to the high- j
est bidder, a full out-Ct for a saloon, in- J
eluding two ice-boxes, shelving, counter,
decanters, glasses, etc. Sale positive and j
without reserve. Henry Lattni.r.
Sol. A. Silver. Auctioneer.
Cairo, March 0, 17'J.
Editor Bn.i.ETiN : Please say in your
paper that the rep.irt that 1 had ran i
away from Mr. Clancy, is untrue. I
went away, it is true; but on business. I ,
returned to-day, and wish to assure the
people of Cairo that I did not go away with
any bad intention.
Mits. L. Clancy.
March 0, 187!).
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
Having decided to close up my saloon
business and open a restaurant and board
ing house I otter for sale at low figures my
saloon fixtures, consisting of Tables, Chairs
etc., also an Ice Box of my own manufact
ure, that will save u greater per cent of
ice than any other ever manufactured in
the United States, besides it is furnished in
such stylo as will adorn any dining room.
Cairo, Ills. March 3, 1879.
A. Uallf.t, the Ctimmerctatavcntifi Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook stoves
aro among the latest and best patterns and
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
tho market ; they are of the heaviest make
and will last longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so closo as to make it an
object to call and examine. Everything
elso low to suit the times.
Kishino Tackle For professional or
amctcur fishermen. C. W. Henderson has
on hand the largest stock and greatest vari
ety of fish hooks, llsh lines, reels, rods,
flies, etc., etc., ever brought to this market,
all selling at "rock bottom prices." Also an
immense stock of pistols at the lowest
prices way down!
Notice. to all whom it mayconckrhi
The Cairo Ihilletir,,wlll pay no bill con
tnicted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with tho- Bulletin, uule tho
'ftme ia made on a written order aigned,by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and, no. wnjnwfc
tor advertising or job work are valid -unlet
the same are. endorsed by myself.
E. A. uuawrrr.
Wahthd. Ten Cooper for lacfc work.
Memphis, Coomaq A Mi'a. Co,
Memplds, Tennessee, .
Lorillard's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound package.
Also Lorillard's Nicklo Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsmeycr's at fac
Pkof. Hardy takes pleasure in na
nouncing that his dancing school will be
open.for the gentlemen's class on Wednesday
evening, in Turner hall, and for the ladies
and misses class on Saturday afternoon at
2 o'clock. For information as to terms, etc.,
apply at'the hull.
R. Jones has on hand for the use of his
customers, the very best leather and
material for line and heavy boots and shoes
ever brought to this section. His work
men are first class. His wotk the very
best and prices as low as the lowest. Sat
isfaction guaranteed in all cases.
$.) Ruwaiih. The above reward will Ik
paid to any person who will give informa
tion as to who stole a lot of hides and calf
skins from Kuiaston's ii Smith's .slaughter
bouse, on the night of the 27th of Febru
ary, ls7!. Ky.naston & Smith.
March 4th, 17!).
Branch Okkk k of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansville, at Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street. Cairo. UN.
Foil a good shave for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty five cents, go to Henry
Schick's baber shop. No. 1 12 Coiuuiecial
Merchant Tailouinh. R. Lehniug, No.
1C Ohio levee, has just received a full line
of piece good:, of all descriptions, w hich will
be manufactured to order. Also a full stock
of gents furnishing goods, all at low prices.
The old stock is entirely disposed of, ami
everything is fresh and new. Satisfaction
Coal! Coal. Wood, Wood. F. M.
Ward hiis on hand the best quality of coal
for sale at the market price. Very low.
A Do a large stock of wood of all kinds.
He is well known to everybody wj trust
he wiil receive hii full share of patronage.
Prices to suit the times.
JADDI.EIIY AND HARNESS SHOP.
JAMES M. KIXXKAU,
In the oll I.uitwis it liecrnart Mauil, near tbe
Arab Lnirlne House.
IS pf mri-d !de nil kind-of work in Mi line.
c-ln-i-pi. s:,-,li-i,i!-:y .and Iu a thorough work
liKinliU in i'iiii-r. li.'lii!l- patronage aud tuar
mit.-fi. uiil irlloii in i.'HT) partirtiikr.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Saturday Mvcn'g March h.
THE EKli.MNi; FAVORITES
Will prex-nt f.r the f.rt time in Itiln city, the
ue mid uta,-e-r,il Drama entitled t
A MAN OF THE PEOPLE.
Jack Kyder-A Man of the I'oopl.j-Mllton Noble.
! Reserved Seat
AdniiKdiou to side mrtloiJH.
tlalltry, except front row....
Reserved neala for male at I'arker'a Book ntore. n
J IIKAI.TH PADS.
AN UN PARALLELLED OFFER.
OF ONE OK y
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
We will aend one of our HEALTH KESTOlt
IMl rADM to any invaua amictea with Liver
Complaint, ruu.i.s and
Dyipepla, Nervoua Debility aud Impure Blood
Ir they will tend us their mmntoini ami ui
dreH aid arree to aend aa I3.IK) If it effect
cure to (heir entire natiafacrion, otheiwlae
there will be do charge. We will do thin to con
vince the public of the superior value aa
OF OUR PADS.
And that they wilt do all we ay. Ac thia oCer
will ntc.v'mrV.j be llmlteil hi number. e hotm,
therefore, an ear!y application wllli.e nade. Ad
areas. erj- Jlrapectrullr Your,
174 Kim atreet, Cincinnati, Ohio,
rbysiclana speak In Term or 1'ralse In faror of Uie
Cincinnati, June , lsrs.
Havlig bad (omoconaiderable acquaintance with
the operation of the Fad, I can concleuclouirfh
recommend It aa Mi' excellent remedy la all the oli
eaves for which Dr. Korbe couneel it uc.
870 George Street, Clnclanad.
What Rev. Joienh Emery, the well-known Cltr
Cincinnati, June 00, 18TS.
Havln had a long acquaintance with Dr. Fotbea
I am aalfufled (bl whatever be recommend M doe
ho coaacleDclouel, and will urnve all they promt
HKVT J08KPII mIHY
.Extract from few of the Many Letter freonenur
received t tbe Office.
V,!.T"1 feel J!0" I'd have saved mv
Ilh." Another My:-"Yoiir l'ad ha Jwt reachai
my case. It ba entirely removed my coUraea
and contenuent Sick Headache." Another write
Tour 1'aif attended trictly to builnw. and in
iiinj-viEiit miure i ivit a wen a ever." Another:
' lour ri
ad haaenred mnof nillliM,.nu .
pld Liver. I am better than I have been In twenty
yer." 8 til another Jy:-I have endured all the
horror owlA out of a torpid LIvM andDyapep!
After nulnff your pad oil- thta in left nia. o.
mdre:-"I have uaed jrour I'adii with perfectly nail.
j J',0'' fult, md cheerfully recommend them to
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