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THE DAILY CAI110 BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOUMKG, MARCH 12. 1879.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OIWIAI- I'APEKOK ALKXANDEH COHNTV
(Snly Mtirnin? Daily in Smithoni Illinois.
Wo ! mithnrlu'd to nnnounci; Ihu name of Al
io u!i Cominok an a candidate for City Treasurer ut
tUo ensuing city election.
We are atborlssvd to announce the name of Wai.
tv.iiU. Hiuktoi. a a oundldole for the ollli o of City
Troanuri r, at the eufiiiVK charter election.
We are authorized to announce that Mii.kn V.
Tarkkii Ik acnndldiile, at the enculni: city election,
fr the office of City Treasurer.
Knrron V.in.i.rTis': l'leace aniinunce Hint I am a
candidate fur the offleo of City Treasurer, at the
snproachlug city ilet tton,
W are authorized to nnnimncc W. F. SrnixKKiia
aaacandidaie f'r City Clerk at tliu unproacliliitf
We are autliorl.eil to aimotinec I-ofis I.. Davis
a candidate for City Clerk ut the etiMiinn mu
We aro authorize;! to announce John N. I'"" '-!
iiacandldute Tor re-election id me oim. oi vnj
Clerk attue aii.inuchin, municipal election.
Woauthorlzedtoaniiouncetlint Wii.i.hm II. llow
la a candidate for the olllceof City Clerk, at the en
mtlne fitv election.
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""Maximum TetrtperatiireT rT ' :" Minimum Tcm
perutuie, 50 s; lialnfall, 0 (K lui-b.
Sort Sl.nal Conn, L'. 8. A.
li. Smyth & Co. uro in receipt of I'.iikh &
Co'k. Pulu ule ami (Juinnpss' Dubliu Porter.
Foil Sai.k $700 two story house nnd
lot, on Wusliington uvennn, in a good nuigh
liorxl. Housft litis six rooms.
M. J. HoWMCY,
LOCAL INTEL VGEXCE.
Mrs. Oxley is in the city, visiting her
daughter, Mrs. W. W. Wallace.
Squire Coining did a little iu the line
of criminal business yesterday.
Th Rev. B. Y'.Oeorge's little daugh
ter Annie, is very ill of gastric fever.
One of Mr. 8. D. Ayers' children is
quite ill from an attack of phetiuionia.
Mrs. James Craig, of Metropolis, is in
the city, visiting Mrs. C. W. Henderson.
We learned last evening that Dr. Mar-
an' little girl was still lying in a very
Captain N'ollis, with his steim tug
Laurel, returned from New Orleans at 3
o'clock yesterday morning.
Dr. Arter is not suffering ns acutely as
few days ago; hut he is not considered as
. entirely "out of danger."
Among other things that ought not to
be forgotten is the fact that J' Q. Stune.il
gr.lls as flue fresh meats its can he bought
A meeting of the city council was fixed
for last night. As the business for its con
sideration was, in the main, til-.' sunie that
pioned first reading or went to committee
list Tue? Jit y night concerning ill of which
our readois were informed Wednesday
morning we did not feel "Tidied upon to
indulge in the unprofitable work of reiter
ation, this morning.
Married. March H, 1879, tit the resi
dence of the bride's parents, in Kandolph
county, Illinois: Mr. E. F. Davis, of Cairo,
to Miss it. L I'hlcs, of Percy, Ills.
-Judge llird left for Washington last
night. He has a 'wonderful talc to un
fold," when he catches the ear of the presi
dent. In the mean time, what will the
Colonel be doing I
Mrs. Hhea, the lady who spent a por
tion of her life in the missionary service in
Persia, will speak in the lecture voom of
the Presbyterian church again this even
ing. Everybody is invited.
Messrs. John and Frank Thistlewood
have commenced the erection of their new
livery nnd feed stable. It will be located
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on or near lite site oi ine out vuicun
works, of Mr. John T. Hennie.
The longest trains that have left Cairo
this season, were the two that were taken
out on the I. C. 11. 11. last Saturday. Each
train numbered fifty-two freight curs, and
was drawn by a single engine.
ik von would secure utrictly fashionable
and seasonable clothing at the lower-stratum
prices, don't buy until you have in
spected the new slock that A. Marx is now
purchasing in the City of New York. It
will pay you to wait.
"Workingmun s'' real name, placed in
in our keeping, will insure the publication
of his communication. If he is the kind
of a man who provokes a row and then
steps aside and lets others fight his battle,
we will not hear from him, of course.
This is "the last call."
If, on the 11th day of Mar?h, 1900,
you will call around and see Hully, the
clever and tillable stove-dealer, you. will
most likely find a young llally, a son, who
has just achieved the dignity of manhood,
If you don't want to wait that long, call
around this morning, nnd he will tell you
of a son not yet two days old.
We are told that a stanger has been
canvassing the city for subscribers to Frank
Leslie's Weekly," representing himself as
the ngent of the paper, and giving a receipt
for a year's subscription and a cheap chro-
mo for one dollar. Frank Leslie publishes
no paper under that name. His lllustrat
cd V'eekly is four dollars ti year, nud the
man who airrees to furnish it for a dollar a
year is a fraud and a swindler. The fellow
was arrested; but what disposition was
made of him we did not learn.
Two "suspicious-loooking" customers
who have been on a loaf about the city
several days as villainous a looking pair
us ever cut a throat or scuttled a ship
were taken in charge by Chief Arter, yes
terday, who, although satisfied he had u
brace of tough customers on hand, yet had
no proof that would warrant conviction.
Tendering the fellows a chance to leave
town, they embraced it heartily, and Cairo
is now rid of their obnoxious presence.
Accepting the invitation of Capt. Ed.
Gray, a party, consisting of about ."3
couple of Cairo young folks, boarded the
fine and spacious steamer Stc. (Sencvieve,
last night, nnd made an excursion down
the river, dancing the while, and enjoying
themselves us Cairo folks know exactly how
to do. It wus the purpose to go as far down
us l. ominous, lie there uwiiiie ttiui
then return. Of course Capt. Ed. Cray did
the handsome thing all the way through,
and has placed our young people under a
weight of obligations they can't reciprocate,
but can and will graatftilly remember.
Tlie existing breach in the Cairo
branch of the 1'epuhlican household is of
easy adjustment. Col. McKeaig thinks
that the Police Magistracy of Cairo is a
better oll'icu than the Cairo postofliee. The
Colonel knows this to be a tact or h would
not have said so. Now, since ho will make
money by the operation and will sacrifice
no honors, let him and Judgo llird exchange
positions. MeKeaig would make a most
sedate, reverend und dignified Police Judge,
while llird would make a courteous, tillable
und efficient postmaster. The two thus
provided for, the oil of pirillcution would
pour down in topiolis showers upon the
troubled waters of ltrpiiblicanisui, und
render them us calm as the passions in the
breast of sleeping infancy.
The Argus learns from very respectable
minority that the post ollico light bill for
February was lessened $!H), because of the
substitution of coal oil light for gas during
a period of ten days. Now wo htivu
learned, from a source that we consider
entirely respectable, that the heaviest
monthly bill, during the season, for furnish
ing gas light for the post olllee, amounted
to only $18. If by the use of coal oil, $;I0
are saved in 10 days, it is fair to urgtie that
$110 are saved in days, Taking this for
granted, the conclusion is inevitable that
that coal oil is a "devilish good thing" to
have about a post office. It not only fur
nishes a "superior light" free of cost, but
puts money into the government purse at
bf i-utii of about &I0. iivitv nm'itli 1
A while man named Ed. Ncwby, and
a colored uiaii iinnied Chutf, grew quite
convivial, yesterday afternoon, and were
hail fellows well met, until they dropped
upozi the subject of politics, In less than
five minutes thereafter both ol them were
red hot; and when Ld. declared that Repub
licanism and deciiey wen ineuinjiatib'.e,
('htilfcoinuieiie 'd preparation thai wer
i ci ledly warlilt", mid in which preparations
h ; w.i? ah tf.'d by a ihii.iVt of colored
friends who had gathered around to aeo the
fun. Ed. was drunk, and this fact may
have encouraged Chuff to insist upon a
"round." lint a few words more were ex
changed, before the white and the black
man were lighting, with ull the fury of an
gered catamounts. Ed seemed o sober up
instantly, und in less than a minute had
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given mult an tie cureu
to rcceiye in one installment.
Ed. 'now turned his attention to the spec
tators, with the avowed purpose of "clean
ing out" every negro that had seen the
light; and he was about to undertake this
rather heavy contract, when the police ar
rived and took him under arrest. He was
ti troublesome fellow to take along swore
that he hud light in him ns "big as a sea
cow" and the officers found it so. Unwil
ling to quiet him by a tap on the head, it
required a dray, two or three men and
several pairs of nippers to get him to the
calaboose. He is there, now, however, and
will be tried this morning.
About ll o'clock yesterday morning
Chief Arter saw two strangers, apparently
deck-hands, near the corner of Tenth and
Commercial. beltiiiL' one another with tin
industry und viciottsness that promised an
abundant crop of broken bones, bruises,
and badly bunged optics. Coming v.p to
them he called upon a couple of by-slanders
to assist iu the arrest. The couple
obeyed, when ti muscular stranger nam
ed Henry Miller interfered and threw
ono of the deputies off, and then
walked off. The Chief releasing his pris
oner to tiasist in the arrest of Miller, the
prisoner took to his heels and ran like a
quarter-horse, the Chief 'following with
drawn revolver and calling upon him to halt
which ho did just in time to preserve his
carcass unpunctuied. He and his combat
ive companion were jugged and will be
tried to-day. Miller was subsequently ar
rested for resisting an officer, und taken be
for Squire Robinson, where his language
was so profane and offensive that he was
fined $3 on that score, and on the original
charge i?lO, which with costs aggregated
about iJ'J.l, which he will pay out, by n pro
tracted stay in the cooler.
Late Monday night a wretched female,
carrying a baby in her arms, was found
tramping about the streets in search of her
five year old boy, who had beconia sepira
ted from her. Squire Osborn happened to
meet the boy ami told him to go to the
police headquarters and stay there, und in
due time his motliei would find him. The
chief of police noticing the little codger
loafing about the building, turned him out
and told him to get oil' home, ns it was a'
terrible thing for "kids" of his age to be
out so late. The little tellow set out in the
darkness, and had been gone but u half
hour when .the mother put in an appear
ance, in eager haste to see her boy, who,
she said, had been directed to come there
nnd await her arrival. Meanwhile the
Chief had gone homo for the night, not
dreaming that he had been the means of
prolonging the separation between the
mother and her lost boy. After resting
uwile the miserable woman resumed her
hunt. About daylight the lost was found;
and while it is no doubt true that both
mother and child were made the happier,
it is by no means certain that a permanent
separation would not have been the better
for both of them,
Astronomical observations through the
bottom ot u saloon tumbler, continue as of
old, to fuddle the brain, to soften the spinal
column to the consistency ol India rubber,
and to render the legs provokingly refrac
tory. An astronomer who had made fre
quent observations dut iug the fornoon yes
terday, and was very tired, attempted to seat
himself upon the outer edge of the hither
sidewalk on Commercial, and his backbone j
refused to perforin its accustomed duty.
The body lell forward, as if working on
tin axle at the hips, and pulling the unre
sisting legs after it, br. 'light the whole
liumaii structure, head fit.-'., to Ihu ground
below. The timbers of the Uusslc sup
porting the hips there the human structure
remained as it had alighted, and actually
went to sleep I A gentleman who per
forms :i great many thankless jobs, attempt
ed to ease the hips down to the plane of
the head, and was giving utterance to tho
remark that it would be u shame to let Ihu
poor lellow dii! in thut shape, when, with a
"d n you for a sneak thief l" he re
ceived u kick in the pit of tho stomach
that completely took his breath away. The
exertion threw the drunken brute upon his
side, and in that position he probably re
mained until he slept himself sob'T,
The politicul "conflation" at the court
house, Monday night, formed a subject for
comment, derision and discussion in ull
parts of the city, yesterday. Everybody
had something to say about it, mid not u few
manifested tuniecssary warmth in contem
plating the probable result of il. One gen
tleman, whose republicanism has always
been of the most radical type, declared that
"the issue raised in that meeting would re
sult in the disruption of the Republican
party not only in this Congressional district,
but everywhere. The party had purposely
and wisely kept the negro in iV back
ground, when distributing its olhYos, cither
elective or appointive ; and whenever it aban
doned thaf policy, it would go to pieces."
"It U well eiiougji," continued the speaker,
"to let the negro vole; but when tin. R,.
publican party declares that he hum goto
Congress, to the' L-gislnttire it sit on the
Judicial belli h, then tens of tle.uisands of
while men will go out of the ny, ;UH '
go with them i" Ano'.h t le'pi'.biici.n of u 1-s
pronounced type, declared that "McKcaig
diil right in refusing to give a nigger a
place in the postollice. He knew
that popular sentiment is against
such a thing, and while he sticks to that
policy, ho ought to stay where he is." And
so on. Every body hud an opinion and ex
pressed it freely; and if the expression of
sentiment heard on every street comer
yesterday, may be held as indicative of popu
lar sentiment, the popular sentiment is
hugely averse to the policy of putting col
ored men in official positions.
Rut for a crowd of other matter we
should have made it public yesterday, that
on tin.1 day before a Mr. Murphy, of tho
genus tramp, was lined by Squire Robin
son, the sum ot $10 told costs, for lighting.
Mr. Murphy and friend dropped into Des
deinona's saloon, and called for the drinks,
which were furnished. Having disposed
of the liquids Mr. Murphy insisted, when
importuned for the pay, that he had "paid
tl;t! gentleman who had just stepped out."
The saloon keeper's wife, being behind the
bar, knew this to be untrue, und tried to
snatch Murphy's hat. The noise of the
scuiiio iirougnt Hi" iiiisiiami into tne room,
who coming armed with a club and
seeing a strange mau struggling with
his wife, dealt the fellow a "poult"
that not only lascerated his scalp, but gave
him the free sight of a varied Out rather
transient pyreotechnic display. A vigor
ous struggle then ensued for the possession
of the bludgeon, during which Mr. M. man
aged, with much adroitness to bring it sud
denly down upon Mrs. D's cranium, giving
her such a shock that she deemed it wise to
let her husband monopolize the balance, if
Mr. Murphy had any more of the same sort
which he then and there proposed to distrib
ute. About this juncture officer Olmsted
came along and took Murphy before
Squire Robinson. In default of paymeiitT
of the fine and costs imposed, the accused
was sent to the calaboose for a period of
We were informed yesterday that, for
many days past, tiiree strangers, only saved
from the designation of tramps by the bet
ter character of 4heir clothing, have been
in the habit of visiting the passi-nger de
pots about train time, and watching for
opportunities to abuse th' confidence of
weak-minded and defenceless females. It
is their game to decoy the woman from the
depot by friendly overtures, promising to
"take her to their sister's, who will teed
her;" or, i the event that the woman is
penniless, us well as weak minded, to be
guile her outside under the pretext that an
officer of the rilroad or the city authori
ties want to provide for her free pas.-nge to
her destination, etc. We are sorry to add
that these ruses are tqo qften successful.
The victim is then escorted out into the
bottoms where, unless her outcries bring
help, she is outraged. That outrages of
this character were committed upon two
strange women, within the past thirty days,
we have the most positive assurance. In
these cases the women found their way
back to the depot and told their story; but
being of "no consequence to unybody," pen
niless, and among strangers, ihey were
compelled to leave town without wreaking
venganee upon the villains who had out
raged them. It has been hinted to us that
the depots are now frequented by two men,
who have tried to blacken their souls with the
same crowning infamy on two occasions, on
both of which they were not only unsuccess
ful, but were denounced for the villains that
they arc. The police having recently been
informed of these damning carryings-on,
we shall expect to have an end of them al
THE PENDING SCHISM.
Tm:coi.oiti;o ituruni.tcAss say tiiky wim,;
HIT ALMOST KVJIIIYISODY KNOWS Tlll.Y
Separate the colored voters from the Re
publican party, und the Democrats will
sweep every State in the Union, with the
possible exception of Vermont, Massachu
setts, Iowa and Michigan. That party
would, in lnct, be thrown into such a hope
less minority that it would abandon its or
ganization in less than two years. It would
not bo necessary for the colored voters to
join the Democratic party to bring this
about. Tho organization of a party of their
own, or their absence from the polls would
result in Democratic, victories in tit least
thirty-four of the thirty-eight Stales of the
This power, confessedly in the hands of
of tho colored people of the country, has,
for a period of more than twelve years,
bfen wielded in the interest of Rqmblic
cftnism has given that party three, pre.d
il'iits, continued its control of the Senate,
und, until lately, its control of tho lower
louse of the National Assembly. And what
r turn has been made to the colored olc
ijent.for placing so much power and pat
mnago in the hands of the Republican
jurty, for so long u time? lias u colored
an been called into the councils of the
ikecutivo ? Is the coloted man found in
mrgo of our custom houses, or connected
ith our revenue system '( Has he an cqua-
e share of the post offices ? In view of
die official loaves and fishes that are par
celed out by the government every year, is
esteemed ns a political equal ? The
lew, damaging, undeniable truth de-
minds tne utterance ru : Aowliere in
tjo United States, where white R'publi-
iinscontrol.can a negro be found in the en-
jiynicnt oi an elective ctliee; ..ml nowlrre
vw ivriiior Moutn can n colored man
lj found, in :r imp irtant appointive pod-
tim, wh.i oivo.i his I'pi'oiatiiici.t to the f.ict
he is the representative of the colored that
element of the Republican party.
Hero and there a colored Repub
lican reaches an official position;
but how and why? Ho does so because
voters of his own color are sufficiently nu
merous to elect him; or because no white
Republican wants the office; or because of
some special personal service ho has ren
dered to an appointive power. Nowhere in
the whole country, where white Republic
ans tire in the ascendant, bus a colored
mun received an appointive office as u rec
ognition of the claims of his
race upon his party. And now that he
conies forward, after thirteen years' wait
i n.tr, and demands of bis p.irty the recogni
tion he is entitled to by virtue of his voting
power and unswerving devotion to party
duty, ho is insultingly told that "the time
has not yet come for colored men to hold
office !" And, now, since the demand for
equal rights and fair treatment has been
made, what will the colored voters do, if
it is again refused? Will they
summon their manhood to their aid, and
resent the instill as the outrage it is? Will
they say: "Give to me or you shall not
take for yourself,'" Will they teach the
party that is using them as so many voting
machines, that, although they are unable to
rule, they can ruin? Will they do anything
to evince a manly resentment for the gross
insult that is now added to many years of
iutentionul neglect? NO; not a bit of it!
They may, under the sting of resentment,
think they will retaliate: but all their re
solves will dissipate into thin air, and wi.h
their backs bared to the party lash, they
will again be driven to the perform
ance of their masters' work. They
honestly think otherwise, we know; but
mark this prediction: The colored men
who, in the contest of 18S'), attempt to
i tjiemselvcs ot tne occasion men pro
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entcd to settle a twclve-vear .scon.' of
neglect who attempt to teach their party
that they ought to be considered as
better than mere voting cattle the colored
men who attempt to do this, will find that
their most bittr, vindictive and unrelenting
assailants will not be white men, but Re
publicans of their own color 1 We desire
this prediction to go of record, for just as
sure as the conditions named, tire presented,
just that sure is the fulfillment of our pre
diction. Dis.ti'PoiNTMK.vr in matters of pleasure
is hard to be borne; in matters affecting
health it becomes cruel. Dr. Ruil's Cough
Syrup never disappoints those who use it
for obstinate coughs, colds, imitation of
throat and lungs, etc.
R. Smyth & Co., are in receipt of Hass &
(Vs. Pale ale und Guinness' Dublin Porter.
Foit Rest An excellent dwelling house.
Inquire of Gi;o. Fimikk.
Foil Ckkai- lumber, and lumber of nil
descriptions, go to the Cairo liox liaskct
Co. They have it in all dimensions.
A. M.utx is now in New York buying
his newstock of clothing; and gents furnish
ing goods. Marx has by strict attention to
business and fair iKiling with his custo
mers, placed himself in the front rank
ahead of all competitors in the businc.-s;
his goods are always of the l.itct styles
and best quality, and prices t'ie lowest. It
will pay you to wait for him.
Fi-in.so Tackle For professional or
anietcur fishermen. C. W. Henderson has
on hand the largest stock ami greatest vari
ety of fish hooks, fi.-h lines, reels, roils,
flics, etc., etc.. ever brought to this market,
all selling at "rock boitrm prices." Also an
immense stock of
pistols at the lowest
prices way down !
BissA Cos. Pale ale and Guinness' Dub
I'm Porter ut It. Smyth Co.
Caiiio 111, March 13th, 1871',
On nnd after this date until further
notice, rates will be 13 cents per 100 lbs.
on all chisws St. Louis to Cairo, and 11
cents East St. Louis to Cairo, via Cairo
Short Line (DtiQiioin Route.)
R. Jones has on hand for the use of his
customers, the very best leather and
material for fine and heavy hoots and shoes
ever brought to this section. His work
men tire first class. His work the very
best and prices as low us the lowest. Sat
isfaction guaranteed in ull cases.
Til vr popular place of resort, the Thea
ter Coiniqne, presented a groat bill last
evening. The. female minstrels smiled
their sweetest und the grotesque actions of
the end men were received with laughter.
The Catletts, in their new nets, fairly car
ried tho audience with enthusiasm. The
after piece was also very good.
Bass Co. Pale ule and Guinness' Dublin
Porter at R. Smvtli & Co.
To THE itiiuc My wife, Mrs. L.. L.
.Clancy, having abandoned my bed and
boilrd without just cause or provocation, I
adopt this method to warn all persons not
to harbor or trust her on my account, as I
shall pay no bills that she may contract.
Cairo, Ills., March !), 1871).
!?33 Ri;v,-Aiti),-Tlit) above reward will be
paid to nny person who will give informa
tion us to who stole a lot of hides and calf
j Hkii:H ft-i'in Kvnaston's & Smith's slungl't"'
j,,,,. ,.,,, niM of pt.bru.
! rVi ji,)
, M m !i -ith
Kynaston & Smith. '
MAIU'll TI'.IIM, I870,FI1IST AND SECOND DAY'S
HOX. 11. 8. YOfT'.M, JI IKIE, I'HESIDINO.
Petition of Elizabeth Corcoran, Ailmins-
tratrix estate of John Corcoran, deceased, to
sell real estate. Subinited und rule entered
to answer by Tuesday morning.
Claim of E. Culley & Co., for $3.23 vs.
estate of Thomas E. Walker deceived. Al
lowed ns seventh class.
Claim of John H. Parker for $1 13 vs.
estate of Green R. Parker, deceased. Al
lowed us s"venth class. Judgment vs. de
fendant for costs.
Claims of Thornton Parker for $80,
Sarah Mcl'herson for $82.13 and William
Wood for $110.78 ilii-missed for want of
prosecution. Judgment vs. Claimants for
Final report of Paul Mowery, adminis
trator ot the e.-tute of George Augustine,
diffused, approved and administrator dis
charged. Report of Win. H. Gay, administrator of
the estate of Fredouiu J. Gay, defeased,
approved, and accepted as a final report
and administrator discharged.
Report of Paul Mowery, Guardian of
minor heirs of Daniel Mowery, deceased,
Report of Ruf'.is Miller, Guardian of
minor heirs of George Augustine deceased,
The March term being also a term for
trial of criminal and civil cases, a number
of motions were decided and orders entered
in cases of the criminal and civil docket.
Judgment was rendered for $270. 11 and
costs in favor of Cabinet Makers Union vs.
Henry Eiehoif. Renjainin I'raxtun was
tried on a charge of having stolen a small
amount of money from Malvinda Thomas
and was acquitted.
Wanted To buy a light spring wagon
and a small horse and harness at Thk
Rll.I.ETIN ollice, E. A. I'l UNElT.
RitAM H (Ji-kk e of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of F.vansvillc, at Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
I.oitii.i.Aiiis Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half ami pound packages.
Also Loriliurd's Nh kle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Kursincyer's at fac
The well known and popular levee c'.otlt
ier( A. Marx is now in the City of New
York, purchasing a full stock of clothing
and furnishing good, adapted to the sea
son. As these goods will commence arriv
ing in a shoit time, parties who intend to
make purchas'-s, should await the arrival of
the new stock.
Fun a good shave for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's buber shop. No. M2 Coiuniecul
Wanted. - Ten C opers for slack work.
Memimiis, Cihu-i.uaoi: Mr'o. Co.
'Tin CiilU'il Little IlimmMii)
Tin: kii.":.i:ie i omj-ankin. no
With SiipiI. in. !. i iww ready, ami lor mile l,v all
Il.-W rill ll.-.' -. III.' Mlpplr'IIP ut r-ii.tuliis ' the
cii iriuin,; Sie..- ;i;it. ( hnr;is.
"I'M CA1,, ,.':: I.ITTI.K II! TTKltt I'l' "
The :i, mil.;; t ; -v - of mii-lc are chen n-mj
Thk Emo.-ihi; o'li . Mn.N :
"lliit'y l-':ir:niii"." ; :inil i lin u with .. No. T,n
"A l..l.l,-n Fui: -'." with No. !,;H
"The .ie,lite.ii..v :: wild No. Mi?
"IVft in. A'iil-e is- mi." I.iiiiTn Dn.-t Kith No. r.'.H
"I'm C'lllen I, it: il ii.-ieiii." mm., and i lm-
rus. with No. r.'i
"Helena Kiiv!; cmi1." orer and choriM. . . No f,'H .
AWe-n 1 n- :i I. n!. ..No the until, h.iii
p!' i" -id the open,, -, M. v l'N
Al'nliE." Mi l. No. f fl
"His M.,., lli i ,ii.N ami HI- Auiu,"
lili No r.il
I'll.': I "iui'.-t in: i'ii-.:i'.-.iii') Is fur s-ii hv ull iie-d'-uler.
Tin- s::l.siiip'iuii iirneU I'h'ree Dollar
a year. Adilre-. i, Emjo i e. VI M;u, 17 to ;? Valnle-
iter !riet N. Y.
UK. ALT 1 1 I'AbS.
N I'NPARALLELLED OlTl'lb
A FKEE TKST TRIAL
OF ONE OF
ni i. FOIu;s,
HEALTH HKSTOIMXfj PADS
Wo will ncml one of our HEALTH KESTOII
lNti PADS to any Invalid mulcted with l.lvet
'oiiipalnt. ( Hills , KKVEH, IMUdKM
THIN. COSTIVENKhM. Nervolla Hi ni'ache,
D)ieplii, Nervous Deliillty and Impure Illood,
If' they will n U iih their wntonm u.ul ml
dr" und aeree to end u )'J.im II It cffecU
a cure to their enllre Htif!nc..'uii, nthciwle
lliere will he no chaise. We will do thl to ton
vlnce the public of the tuperlor Miltio Ha a
OF oun PADS.
And that tin y will do all we ay. Ah llil offer
will neee-Mirlly lie limited III liiunlier. we hop",
thcrcliii'O, it ii eur'y application will ho unide. Ad
clrcii. . cry Itepni'cilully Your,
Dlt.tl. W. Ft) III! ICS,
ITU Elm street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
l'l.yslclanit pc.ik In Term of Praise In favor of Ida
ii i:i7ri i pad.
Cincinnati, June US, IHTll.
lliivlni; had nomeconxlilerahlo niqtialnlnnni with
the operation of the Pad, I can iiinclencloualjf
recommend It a un excellent remedy In all tho (11
eascD for which Dr. l'orhe counsel It use.
DII. J, IIAI.I.OWKLt.,
U7U (kurjii) Klreet, ClnclNliall.
What Itev. Joseph Kmery, tho well known Cltf
Cincinnati, June ,m. 1870.
Iluvlra had n loiik Acniialntaiicu with Dr. For lie,
I am sntlslled that w hatever he recommend ho tloe
so co.iacleaclously, and will prove all they promise.
HKV, JOSEPH KMKIIY.
Extract from a few of the Many Letters frequently
received at the Ofllcii,
Ono aavst "I feel thai vour Pads havit unveil m
if." Another any! "Vour I'ml lius Just reached
mvruse. It ha entirely removed my rostlvenesa
and consequent Hick Ileiidm he." Another rites i
' Voiif Pad attended strictly to luisliics, und III
forty-clirtil hour 1 full ns well nacver." Another.
"Your Pud liasciircd me of llllllniisness nnd n tor
pid Liver. I am lietler than I have Leen In twenty
years," Btlll another say.- 1 havo endured nil the
horror ..'rowing mil of a torpid Liver nnd Dyspepsia
AHor usliitt your pud all those 111 left inc. ' (Mm
iiioro!-"lliiiv(i used yonr Pads with perfectly sail
factory results, nud cheerfully recommend tlictn lu