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fJMIK GREAT BLOOI) TONIC
Vortherur afall (lutcaaea arlalnR from linpuro
klKtd, Mid Tor lnl(i(fliii(i and iruuiilttuuiiiK tUu
vllaloriraaa. Arniou weak. nt-rvoua, debilitated,
pal apa emaciated 7 llava you lot your appetite?
liir jrou nimiii, palu in the back. Act If mo. Dr.
LlmUtr'a Blood Huarchtir will drtro unt tbe dlaeiiao
and brfng buck tli llloom of Health. I'lmplua,
HalU, Lryatpelaa, Trilnr, Halt Iibcuni. Ac... aru but
orfkc ladlcatloua of Hluud I)it-aae; and Ir. Lind
' Blood Hcarrher. by purifying the avuU'in aofl
ua Urn aklu and beanllnea tho complexion. Hold
yall druu;?lw. 1 .Ulnar bottla. It E. Hellera,
rToprlotor, rilUburg, Pa. Barclay Mroa., Acuta
ELLER'S COUGH SYRUP,
Orer 1.000.01)0 bnltlea Hold. It In the mt pleaaant
and popular remndy fur Concha, (.'olda, Croup,
Hoamo-ai and all lliroul aud luntf dineaaca. Una
keen In una fur half a ceuturr. Doctor recommend
and projcrllie It. J. K. Yuumau, Lung 1'. ().. 111.,
aaya: "It aaved my two children frami the Brave."
A L. rlimmaua, of Baltimore., Md., also anya: "It
will cum the worl conch Immediately. Ak your
ttugglrt or general atorekueper for It and lake no
otaor. pricea, '.. au ana i.cai per ooiuc. orau
for circular. It. K. Mler A Co., l'roprlutom,
Piltaburg, Pa. Harclav Hrw.. Awnta. Cairo.
K II DEFEATED.
TorovorMynari SEI.I.Kli'S LIVE II IMLLSliave
bran the atanrfard remedy for Liver Coinpliilut,
Coativeneaa Kick Headache.. I'alu In Shouldura or
Back. Dlnilueaa, Coated Touiiue. Kever and Aifue,
aad all dlaaaaea arialng from a deranged f tale of the
Uver or Stomach. Tliomaa Adaroa, of IIIr- Handy.
IC.,aaya: Seller'a i'llla havu dived hundrada of
dollar In doclora' bill In t liitt country." H.
Seller A Co., Proprietor, l'ittaburtf, I'a. Barclay
J II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Kluhth and WaahlnRtun Avouuo.
fflee houn-9. a. at. to II r, at.
RESIDENCE: Corner Nineteenth and Wash-
II. MAUEAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
IMBoe 1 Commercial aveniio. Rcaldunce corner
Fourteeuth 81. and Washington avenue, talro.
R. SMITH, M. D.
OhVo and Rwsldenc :
SO. SI THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL.
U. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Owici-No. YV ComtneJcUl Avenue,
Uk'bth and Ninth Street
D K NTIS T .
OFPICK Llfhth Street, near Commercliil Avenue.
JINEOAR & LANSDEX,
OFFICE No. 113 Cointnercml Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
OKFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COl'NTY.
Only Mwrninj Daily in Southern Illinois.
Wc urn authorised o Hiinounce thnt Cnpt.N.H.
Tiimtlewouii ib ii candidate fur the oltlce of Mayor.
We nre authorized to announce tliat William
HENimfKn will be a cnudldiite at the euruiu city
election for the oftkc of City Attorney.
We nre authoriied t announci' the name ofAL
ruau t.'oMiNUK ii4 a ciindiiUte tor City ireaHiirec at
tbe ctifuliig city election.
Wo are athorlzed to announce tliu name of Wal
tbk L. Kkihtdl an a cHiidlilnte for the nttlcu of (. ity
TreaKUrer, at the cuanini; charter election.
We aru authorlxed to announce that Mii.ex W.
Pakkkh Ik acuudidiitc, (it the cniiitii; city election,
for tbe oBlce nl Oily Trca-urcr.
Kditok nru.Tis: I'leuw anniiunee Hint I ntn a
candidate for the office of City Trcamrer, al the
pproacblug city electluu,
We are authori.cd to annonnco W. F. Schtckkkh
aa a caudidniu for City Clerk at the upprouctiing
We are authorized to announce I.orm I.. Davis
m a candidate for city Clerk at the cuMilug mu
Wc are authorised to announce John M. Pitti.t ih
aa a candidate for re-election to the office of City
Clerk at tbe aj roaclilng municipal election.
We authoriied to announce that William II. Huwk
ia a candidate fur the olllccof City Clerk, at the en
iilng city election.
Nh;na! Orri'-K. t
Caiiui, 111., March 1H, HTU. t
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
e :48 a m ao.3.1
DMI " S0.HB
1:40 " W.-M
'Maximum Temperature. tO' : Minimum Tetn
peraturu, 'i'j' ; llulnlall, U 00 Inch.
W. II. RAY.
Ser't Signal (,'oiiih, U. S. A.
Foil Hunt $'J No. 4 of Winter's Row,
5 rooms. M.J. Hmvi i:y, Agent.
--Miss Lina Moore is in the city
ping with Mrs. Henry Wells,
Tho pay car of the Illinois Central rail
road is expected in t.Vcity to day.
A snow storm was prevailing yesterday
afternoon, at Keokuk and DuRuquc, Iowa.
Mrs. Snyder and her daughter Miss
Be.nnle,, uro in the city, visiting Mrs. Judge
Tender, juicy, choice and well served
out, is what is said of the beef steaks sold
by J. Q.Staneil.
William Olcock, the colored individual
who stole Mike Hoar's watch, is in durance
file, awaiting his trial.
A cooper named Barney Vouch is
lying very low of pneumonia. The chances
arc largely against his recovery.
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wiui-u.i, ., ,om i WIU(:U.
Charm, containing th pie,ure (1f tt young
ft .1 . . tl .4 ii a. 1 1 i ina.A ..1 a 1. . A. 1 1.
lady, can obtaiu the name of the finder by
paying for this notice, ,
Mr. William Eiclioff, lit; of KichofTs
furniturt; factory, has effected a three-year
lease of Mrs. John Hamilton's fine brick
Ktoro hbus'?, on Washington avenue nenr
Sixth street, and will, soon as may be,
Btock it with furniture. As he umleretuoda
thu villus of jinliciouHly used printer's ink,
he will, uttlio proper time, no doubt, ad
vise our readers more fully.
The dropping of the s from Mrs. caus
ed a transfer bt Mrs. Rector's illness to Mr.
Rector, and, small as tho mutter was, furn
ished the editor of the Sun a pretext for
showing himself a bluckxuunl.
The time of tho County Court, yester
day, was devoted to the consideration of
the petition of Mr. John Antrim, for a din-
charge from bankruptcy. This fuct will
account for tho absence of our usual report.
Mr. AI Sloo has re-appeurcd in his old
place in the Cuiro post-offlce only tempor
arily. Before leaving his position there he
promised to return and assist in tho work of
preparing tho monthly report, and he is in
the ofllco now in pursuanceof that promise.
The many Cairo friends of Ben Silver
will learn of that gentleman's death with
feelings of genuine sorrow. He was here
during the war, with his brother Sol, and
will be remembered by quite all of our cit
izens whose residence dates back to that
time. Ho died in tho city of New Y'ork,
on Thursday last, of heart disease.
The residence of Mrs. Bain Taylor was
entered some time during Monday night,
and a number of feather pillows, and tho
pillow slips therefor were carried off. Sus
picion settled upon a certain party resident
of the neighborhood, and Chief Arter and
officer Hogan made u search of his prem
ises, but without finding anything that in
dicated his guilt.
A gentleman recently from Makauda
informed us yesterday, that the woods in
that vicinity, are alive with tramps. Where
they come from, where they arc going, or
why they congregate in such unusual num
bers in that neighborhood is more thau he
is able to divine. At night the camp tires
of the perambulating vagabonds can be
seen in every direction, as many us a half
dozen or more being visible from a single
The gardnsM in the? vicinity of Cairo
have be?n very heavy loosers by the pre
vailing cold spell, chief among whom are
Mr. Denseher and Mr. Kendall. The for
mer had fifty thousand cabbages growing
in fine style, and the latter a large number,
besides tomatoes, peas, etc., all of which are
completely cut olT. The introduction of
"garden truck" into our market will be de
layed, on this account fully two weeks.
Capt. Sam Orr is u'.s-o a sufferer in the. same
Monday evenina; a thief entered the
residence of Mr. John Hovvley, and carried
off that gentleman's overcoat and a clock.
Discovering his loss, after the laji.se of nn
hour or two. Mr. II. informed otiicer Wilson
thereof, who at once instituted search. In
due time lie found tho property stored away
under the Fourth .street sidewalk, and re
stored it to its owner. Shortly afterwards
the oiiiccr came across an ill-favored negro
whom he believed to be the thief; but not
having sufficient evidence to inspire convic
tion, lie gave the fellow "a stay" to leave the
t ity. The stay was accepted with alacrity
and our rascal's roster doubtless numbers
one name less.
Jim Wilson, a good-sized ''chunck of a
lad," r aiding with his father a few miles
beyond the city limits, died night before
tst, in a manner that has begotten suspic
ions that he was poisoned. These sus
picions soon assumed a form that seemed to
warrant the arrest of a man, who has been
skulking about the neighborhood, named
Harry Dcwccbs. lie is probably 45 or 50
years of age; but what proofs of bis guilt
have been secured, we are not able to state.
He was arrested yesterday and confined in
the county jail. A gentleman who saw
him says that he is an accurate fit of tbe
description of a horse-thief that was wanted
some time ago in Johnson and Massac
counties. The coronor went out yesterday
evening to survey the corpse, etc. We did
not learn the result. t
In the way of celebrating St. Patrick's
day a number of gentlemen, disposed to
enjoy themselves, congregated in a down
town business house after supper, and in
dulged in much speech making, the inter
val between each speech being devoted to
the absorption of "litpiid aliment." One
individual, being ut loss what to say, ac
cepted the words of a prompter: "take n
drink ijll 'round to St. Patrick," which was
then and there done, at the proper per
sonal expense of the speaker. Al a later
hour the "observance"' took the form of
pulling sleepy friends from their respec
five couches, jirul not a few admirers of
St. Patrick, wero compelled to purchase
the right to resume their broken rest by
"setting of 'cm up for everybody." It has
been hinted that the boys Were over-ali-nvnted,
A few nights ngo, while the ICeohler
boys were cn route homeward, they came
across a suspicious looking individual, who,
being told to halt, broke off into a run.
The boys made chase, and were soon joined
by n Mr. 1)., who happened to be out with
iie-hot gun. The fugitive was finally over
hauled. Before si iiTting back to the city
the fellow was granted permission to step
aside; but soon rejoined Ids captors and tie-
p.,,,.,...,.;,,,, .,.,.. t. ,,, ,! i,,,,,,!,,,,,,
As it ,,mll, not l)t. ghowri that tll0 feow
was guilty of any offense, he was
turned loose. Next day Mr. 1). revisited
the spot where the capture
effrteil, mid there, beside
stump, he found a birgeliunch of keys, of
vurimm kinds and sizes, u box of matches
and h botllu of chloroform. When hu step
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKMKU-. MARCH 10, 1879.
ped nsido the fellow hadj evidently, drop
ped them on the ground. Jit is' quite prob
able that a first class bnrgjary was thus
nipped in the bud, oml that the "crib"
which the fellow had decided to "crack"
was somewhere in that vicinity.
In the commons, in all parts of the city,
in fact, aro .old cisterns that serve as traps to
catch such animals as muy bo running at
largo. In nearly every one of these cis
terns can be found tho carcasses of dogs,
hogs, cats, etc., that have fallen therein and
drowned or starved to death, or been thrown
in after dying, to get them out of sight.
In one of them tho dead body of a mule
was found. Health Officer Wooten desires
us to say to the owners of
these neglected cisterns or of the ground
wherein they are built, must either fill them
up or securely cover them over, so that they
will no longer endanger tho lives and limbs
of human beings as well as of animals of a
lower order. If anybody concerned is of
the opinion that this notice means nothing,
but is merely a little idle bloviation, the
lapse of a tew days will be apt to bring to
that body an unpleasant assurance of his
We had a call, yesterday, from honora
ble J. M. Washburn, of Williamson county.
Mr. Washburn is a candidate for the oflicj
of Circuit Judge, and we add nothing to
the stock of knowledge in possession of the
people of Southern Illinois, when we say
that he is a lawyer of much ability, a clear
headed, systcmatlic thinker, a forcible re'a
goner and speaker. His mind, ripened by
age and many years' practice at the bar, has
all the freshness and vigor of young man
hood. He is, too, a gentleman of the strict
est moral integrity, a good neighbor, an
unselfish friend, and an enterprising and
useful citizen. He would bring ability,
honesty aud dignity to the bench, and we
but give voice to that which amounts to a
conviction among those who know him best,
wlirn we say that the voters of this,
the first Circuit of the Southern Grand Di
vision, will make no mistake if they elect
James M. Washburn to the Circuit bench.
As the office of City Attorney is not
rich of its emoluments, it has, by general
consent, become the legitimate prey of the
young practitioners. This being true, win
among our young lawyers is better fitted
for the position than the one whose nam"
we announce in that connection this morn
ing Will Hendricks came up from boy
hood right under the eyes of our people,
and we but utter what is generally known
to be true when we say that he has main
tained a repiitaiion uiismirched by wrong
doing; by drunkenness, or by any of the
vices that tempt and lure young men into
the road to ruin, lie has pushed a success
ful examination, and must now "pad lie his
own canoe." It will not onlv bo great
encouragement extended to a deserving
young man. to bestow the office upon him,
but will furnish him the means and the op
portunity to gratify his laudible ambition to
win a position at the bar, sooner than he
could without such helps. He will not, we
are sure, abuse the confidence of bis sup
porters, should he be elected, but will strive
faithfully and diligently to render the city
efficient and acceptable service.
Some men can excite a roar of laugh
ter by a remark that some other men
would repeat at their peril. In other
words, you can meet a man, every now and
then, who is conceded the right to say
whatever he may please to say. If he
grows profane and abusive, he Is not
knocked down for the reason that it's
nobody but John," or Sam or Bob, as the
case may happen to he. But it sometimes
happens that one of these chaps lets out
on an individual who doesn't care if it is
"nobody but John." He clinches bis good
right hand, brings the "flexors" and ''ex
tensors" of his good right arm into
active use, and knocks "nobody
but John," down. And it so turned
out a day or two ago in the case
ot one ot Hie toilers ot t!ie city. He was
exercising what he had learned toe::teem us
his "inherent right," but the muscular
partv to whom he hud been addressing
himself, proceeded, with an aptness that
told of a thorough knowledge of the work
in hand, "to put a head on him." We do
not pretend to say what will be the result
in this case; but this we know: If we had
more muscular men like the one in ques
tion, there would soon be a prevailing
scarcity of ' nobodies but Johns."
A white man, named John Holland,
one of the dirtiest, most forlorn, emaciated
and pitiable looking obj-cts wa have seen
in many a day, has, for s veral days past,
made, his headquarters in or about thu
round house. He claims that he is a river
man, but holding no certificate to that cfl''ct,
he cannot, of coins1, gain adinis-.ion into
the hospital, and his revolting appearance
effectually excludes him from the homes
ot our charitable people, some uf whom,
might, were he in a presentable condition,
give him temporary shelter. John Holland
is, therefore, in a sad straight.
PosrsciiiPT. We speak ubove, of John
Holland's condition, as wo noted it yester
day ut mid-day. In the evening Aldennaii.
Foley, Mr. Thomas Morgan ami perhaps
others, arranged for his reception into the
hospital, and securing Mr. Cheney's spring
wagon, lifted thu poor fellow therein, und
before reaching the hospital they discov
ered that they were haulingJolin Holland's
miserable and emaciated dead body,
had, without n struggle, died wliilu on thu
way. Driving to the hospital, the parties
in charge refused, of course, t,, receive the
dea l body ; so turning about tiny drove to
the office f )r. Wood, oversnnr .f tlin
poor, . win although having no public
fundi to np ly tosuch uses, directed that the
body lv sti ed away for the night, with a
view, probi ily, to its burial this morning.
Aud thus via John Holland mercifully re
leased fromhls sad straight.
There ire times when we should like,
very much disregard our rule requiring
the real pane of our correspondents. Could
wo persuade, ourselves to violate the rule,
"ObscrvcrVVommuuieation would find a
place in our lolumns. As ho charges, how
ever, that tho. leading men and managers
of our Reforu club aro "putting on aristo
cratic airs" specific, ia his charges of in
difference, amounting to neglect, on the
part of usheri, when a poor ill-chid womuu
who "blessis God for the temper
ance movement" enters the hall,
and ot the obsequiousness of the same ush
ers when a lady of style, who conies only
to be seen, siakes her appearance as he is
rather specific in these charges, we must
have the warrant of his name before mak
ing them public. Of the ladies he
speaks thus: "They are. working their
part t perfection; and if the men were
equally zealous, equally sociable and sym
pathetic the Reform club roster would," as
"Observer" says, "contain the names ot
scores of men who now feel as if they were
repelled and kept at bay." A further inti
mation of the character of the commu
nication cannot be given, unless the writer
confides to our keeping his real name.
Thk cold driving easterly rain-storms
of this season rarely fails to afflict nearly
everybody with colds. Use Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup the safest and surest cough
remedy made. Price 23 cents.
Thk Risk will be open to-morrow night.
Skating will be followed by u social dance
at which holders of invitations to the rink
are invited to remain. Sped itors will en
joy witnessing the novel and difficult heel
and toe bottle skating, by one of Cairo's
most accomplished skaters. The admis
sion price is very low w ithin the reach of
Fon Chkai' Lt MUKit, good lumber and
all kinds of lumber, go to the Cairo Box &
Basket Co. They have it nil kinds und all
dimensions, at lowest market prices.
Tiikkk will bo a call meeting of Cairo
Lodge K. of II.. this Wednesday evening
ut 7 :f) nt Odd Fellows hall. Work in all
the degrees. Members certificates of in
surance ;UO0,no cadi, will be reiidv for
delivery then. I!y order of the Dictator.
C. II. Bakkh, Reporter.
Tin: voice of reform is heard through the
land, and speaks of the "good time coining."
So too the spirit ot reform is working in
the nurseries of the land to banish those
dangoroiisOpium and .Morphia pmpurations,
and establish Useful and haiiul ss reme
dies, of which Dr. Bull's Baby Sprup is
acknowledged as the very b st for all the
disorders of babyhood und early childhood.
Price 2i cents a bottle.
For the Cairo llulietin:
HONOR THY FATIIKR AND MOTJiI.lt"
-IF THK V DKSKIIYK IT.
"II mor thy father an I thy mother that
thy days may be long in the land the Lord
thy (lod hath given thee:" This command
ment is, of the whole ten, the one we often
cst hear enjoinded upon the youth of our
country ; probably the reason for this may
be discovered in the arrogance and ever
powerful selfishness so prone to dwell in
the human heart. Just why it should be
so forcibly impressed on young people,
only, is not quite easily understood when
we come to remember that we all have, oi
had, fathers and mothers of our own, how
ever tar away our childish years; and that
no age or term ot life is iiientinned or in
any way impressed in the command as a pe
riod of our existence when it is void, or is
even to become so. What, if, in obedience
to the laws of inheritance I cannot honor
my father and my mother because, forsooth,
they, from being the unhappy progeny
of a like unhappy parentage, could not
honor theirs? Shall my days be short,
when my parents and theirs before them
lived long in the hind? Were it better for
me had my lorefathers accepted the alter-
native and died young, than that I, too, t .,, price ns low as the lowest. Sat
should have lived und honored not my father isl'tciion guaranteed in nil cases.
and my mother? Shall it be accounted as '
my transgrression or as theirs? The I and j
is mine the Lord my God bath given it
nui niino unconditionally; the injunction
hero given afterward, and I can
honor my filh r and my mother
and live long or transgress the com
mand and die young. Even us I write
thia I seem to remember that the promise,
above, isgivqn that no penalty is exuded
if the command is broken; and what a
blessing for us poor mortals, that it is so.
There are si) few of us who really do, in
its fullest meaning, hon ir our fathers und
our mothers. How many of us aro worthy
that our children should give us even their
love, much less their honor? How tew of
us, in truth, have any moral right to de
mand as much from our children, the inno
cent children that we gave no honor to,
when wo gave them birth? for whoso well
faro wo had no thought? Our children to
whom w guvo un inheritance of tho
poverty of health, ol purity, of talent and
of the godds that make of life a pleasant
season? How many of us would have
come into existence at all, if wu hud had
choice in tlie matter? Aid yot, fully
realizing this, and knowing what to live
means, we, as our parents did before us,
go on tilling the world with children .that
wo know live but to die; und die, many of
them, a thousand times over, in tho misery
of living; and still commanding them
to "honor thy father and thy
mother." Does the command make us
worthy of it? Shall wu not be wiser and
truer to ourselves and them if we strive to
mnko our children love us and forgive
us that they are our children at all ! Who
of us that know one single child among all
the children of our acquaintance that was
born to a life of untrummelcd and unalloyed
brightness? Not one such there are none
sucn. mere is, and perhaps there must
always be, some Undesirable HOinethinir to
which each poor mortal is nn heir; the
most fortunate are only so by comparison;
therefore, let us not exact of others that
which wo do not give. Let us make what
amends we may, and usk only this, that
our children give "honor to him to whom
honor is due." Naomi.
e woci.u advise an lovers ot goop
dancing to visit the Theatre Comique und
witness the great clog dunce by four ot the
best dancers ever in Cairo. The new stars
were well received and the programme
throughout was fine. Kenneth Cyril in his
character changes was well received, also
Mi9s Katherine Jogylin the charming voca
Rkwamj Lost Somewhere on Com
mercial avenue, Saturday, March 8th a
Meerchaum pipe. The finder will be lilier
idly rewarded by leaving the same at "Hen
neiy," Twenty-third and Sycamore streets
LiMiiKH. Parties in need of Sidewalk
and Curbing Lumber, can be accommodated
by calling at the lumber yard of J. S
Mctiahey. Also building material of all
kinds at prices to suit the times. Lumber
sold in car loud lots at bottom prices.
J. S. McGahkt.
NoTK'i:. TO ALL WHOM IT UY CONCLKN
The Cuiro Bulletin will pay no lolls ron
traded by any of ils employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless th
same is made on a written order s'gned by
my-e!f, ami the order mu-t be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
F.. A. I5i hNi-.1T
Fnt-T ( I.ass cut cards at the Bu.l.KTiN
office at St. Louis wholesale prices. Print
ing $1,110 tn l.oO per thousand.
CoI.I.ADIt m m i. us
at Triggs grocery
W.ntki To buy a light spring wagon
and a small bor.e and harness at Tin:
lit 220.127.116.11 IN oihY
K. A. lit KNKTT.
Lsvr.i oi-s printed at the Bi im tin- office,
ifl.CO per M. L'nvclops furnished :;t St.
Louis wholesale Lht prices for the next '.')
A. II.u.i.lv, the Ooiiunerciul avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
bir.'e and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cui h ry aud fancy goods. 1 1 is cook stoves
arc among the latest and best patterns and
are not excelled lis bakers by anything in
the market ; they are of the heaviest make
and will last longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close as to make it nn
object to call und examine. Everything
else low to suit the times.
$2" Rkwaiui. The above reward will be
paid to any person who will give informa
tion as to who stole a lot of bides and calf
skins from Kynaston's & Smith's slaughter
house, on tb" night of tbe 27th of Ft bru
:irv. 17!). Kynakton & Smith.
March 4th, 1870.
LouiLi.Aiio's Tin Tug smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Loiillard's X'ckle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsnieyer's at fac
R. Joxks has on hand for the use of his
customers, the very best leather and
material for fine and heavy boots and shoes
ever brought to this section. His work
men are (list class. His work the verv
A. M.u;x is now in New York buying
his newstock of clothing and gents furnish
ing goods. Marx has by strict attention to
htiMiii .-s and fair dealing with his custo
mers, ph il himself in the front rank
ahead ot nil competitors in the business;
his g are always of the latest styles
and best quality, mid prices the lowest. It
will pay you to wait for him.
1'Isuino Tacklh For professional or
aiiideur fishermen. C. W. Henderson has
on hand the largest stock and greatest vari
ety of fish hooks, fish lines, reds, rods,
flies, etc., etc, ever brought to this market,
all selling at "rock bottom prices." Also an
immense stock of ptsfbls nt the lowest
prices way down!
L'sTUAV NoTia:. Supposed to have been
stolen, a red ami white cow. Ear marks:
slope off of the right ear and crop and slit
in hit ear. Taken March Gth, from a col
ored man giving miiun of Johnson, .and
V... i i ...
iiom near Hla Jii.lj,,,, rp1(, owncr can
have the property by proving ownership
nd paying charges.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
Having decided to close up my salixin I
business and open a restaurant und board
ing house I offer for sale at low figures uiy
saloon fixtures, consisting of Tables, Chairs
etc., also an Ice Box of my own manufact-: '
ure, that will save a greater per cent of )
ice than any other ever manufactured in
tie United States, besides it is furnished in
such style as will adorn any dining room.
i Camio, Ills. March 3, 1870.
Fou n good shave for ten cents, a good
liaircutfor twenty-five cents, go to Henry .
Schick's bnber shop, No. 142 Commecial
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
REFJUf J EBATOR G1AKH
Wholesale Dealer in let.
ICE BY THE CAl LOAD ORTON, WKLX
PACKED FOR SHIPPINQ.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Mt'TI'A It AID SOCIETY.
sniSTITITK FOR LIKE INSUR
WIDOWS' & OliPIIANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
M-gani.i-il July lltli, 1!177. l inlt-r tli? Laws Ol
the State r,f llliuuW. Coui rl.-liteil July
U, 1!1T7. under Act nlTonijffw.
Ol'l- 1( J:J!S:
WILLIAM STit.V I'iiiN. I'iij.mi.kvt.
Vn. I'. A. TA Vl.ol:. Ve K I'lilMirtcrr.
I. A ii iLDs'l'lN Ii. Tm.Asi i.ru
Iu .1 .1 iliiUI'ON, Mi.n. A in m )H.
TIP'MAS LKWIs. Si:ciii:r.uiT.
UOAIll) OK MASAI, 1. US:
J .1 l.OI'.IION. I'hv.j, ian clro, 111
.Mi-. I'. A. I V I. OK, .vi . Mil. leii ht ol
S(iii) ,U, A .c,e,t.'- i oilhly "
Mr. K. t l'i;:i. arW-tv lir'.-tckrt store,
J. A. oi ii. lis j;. c,t Odlil-tim- ,v Ki
H' liuitti r. V, l t - t!c mid ll' tai! 1 i ;.l,-r
in st.iiiie aiel I e.t IiryOuoil ' -
N. 11. Tills ill; m'ji in", ot HiiiUc ,t
ThlMk-wio.l. i i i-iiaii .Inn Merchant,
( uttiin an. i Ti'. icin K-irtiir ' '
S. I). A VK If, uf Ay .- Je Co.. Cumaiis-
TlloMAS LI. 'VI:., liiMiranru .Vaua-r
ami AituriK al I.a.i "
WM STltATToN.nf Stratum Jlird,
V hule.:ie . rr.i . re. ..
(ih'o M. ALDIiN. I iimmi-ciori Mir-
ch:iiit,', Ol.iii l.. fi-
JAS S. KKAMlKN. A-etit Miiali
Valley 1 niii-'.iiirtulloH 'iniaiiv " "
IIAItltlSON IIul'I'l', Watt'lnuaker mid
('II AS. K STl'AItT. Wholesale and It
tuil Drv (iiiiulf mill Nuliiiim '
EDWAKb A. IlI'liKi:. .Mainifacturlni;
Jeweler mid Wlinli-aale lleaL-r iu
Watchmaker' Tim'. uinl Ma'i-riulH..,, "
KIlWIS H. KUNIiVV, l'rojiriftur St.
UA.KN LKKiJITON.CoiuniliM.lon . Mer
Dr. KDWAItH It. ROE. I'. S. Mar-hal
Southern District Illinois Siriii-tli-M, III
Mr. S. A. AYl'iliS Villa Klitzu,
Dr. It. S liUIOHAVt. I'iyiclun. Inilifiiinlmii, I lad
JAS. M. GEI.ATT, Kual K-tnto
Ai;ent Keokuk, Iowa
lr. DAVID C. WICI.I.S. M.lhoiUn
Minlnter Oriuiil Junction, Teim.
J. Ii. UL'LI.KY Merchant Mcritlau.MiikS.
SKW lil' SIIop,
II. k. im:e,
XKW (iUX SILO 1
for. Sixth St, anil Commrrcl.i! Ave..
CAIliO, : : : ILLINOIS.
(Inns, Pistolx, Sales :md Locks Repaired.
Kejs Made to order.
( 1IOKK JH)i!IN(i( H!:):Af'.)ADINUCifNH
A M' lit, i A LTV.
All work iriiaruatefil cut i-r.n-lory. lit cheaper ratcn
t ruin t an he. oliluini ii til tiny oilier "plui e In tint city.
JACOB WALTER, ,
Dealer in Fresh A teat.
Ilelween Wiishinitton unci Coin'
inpi'ciliil Av., lutioinlng Ilnnnya.
KEEPS for ninth heat rieff, f Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, MaUHauy, Ac. mid la prepared toaerv
fiiuilllca In uu ncccitnhc luunmtr.