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iromi'oimthic Physician and Surgeon.
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Kiiurt .niU St. nmi 'u!iiiitruni avenue, Cairo.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning' Daily in Southern Illinois,
pOlt ALDERMAN FOURTH WARD.
Wcn authorized to announce L. K. Maiisiiai.i.
candidate, for Alderman in the Fourth ward to
Hlnha vacancy occasioned hy the resiirnatltin of
iuerinan roiey. mecuou lo lie held utu ol Jtlav
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION.
The Democratic voters of Alexander
County, arc requested to meet at the Court
House, in Cairo, Saturday, May 3d, 1879, at
two o'clock p. M., to select delegates to the
Democratic Convention, to lie held at Cairo
May Ctli, to nominate candidates for Cir
cuit Judge. Let there lie a full attendance
from all parts of the county.
15. F. Jil.AKE,
Secretary Alexander County Democratic
MioNAt Orrier. i
Cairo. 111., April il. 1ST!), f
Tlraa. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
Maximum Temperature. lliulmum Tern-
pramre, nie; ttaiuiall, u.uo inch.
W. II KAY.
Serj't Signal corns, U. S. A,
Captain Hamlileton va in the city
; josterdny, and still lie didn't look happy.
There will bo an interesting meeting
of tiie Reform club to-night, and a full
lionse, of course.
In yesterday's paper we tried to em
ploy the word "virtu" an descriptive of cer
, tiio, wedding gifts; but the compositor in
ited on having it "virtue," and so it ap
peared. Miss Patterson left the city fur her
Lome in Freeport, last night. The purpose
of her visit, we lx'lieve, was to attend the
- wedding of Uer friend, tho late Lou 'Yal
lrilC, the present Mrs. lUibertsou.
tAu niifttcturtnctabllu4mtg ;
all parU of the country are temporarily sus
pending operations. (Such, at least, is the
story told by many of the tramps who
utriKe Lairo, ns a reason ior their idleness.
: But, better that excuse than nothing.
, Will Hunter left Cairo on the Fisk,
yesteioay, to resume his place as clerk on
. the little packet Mark Twain, that nlies be
tween Metropolis and Puducah. He form
rly filled that position, but luid off to at
tend the Cairo High School. H'm wm ,9
la New Madrid, Mo.
While our Mr. Burnett was in the act
of examining the base upon which TiikIU:l
Uetin's upply of blank newspaper was
piled, lite Wedaciday night, th0 whole
pyramid of bundle, reaching to the ceiling,
ad weighing orcr three thousand pounds,
UM crushing to the floor demolishing
quite everything in its way. Had not Mr.
D. laatantly heeded tho warning given by
39.17 (M M S. It
30.1J 77 35 ,S. C4
an.OTi hi :tj s. so
.oi si as s. ao
tl rucking timbers, lie would have been
cued under the heap. As the matter
ti d out he escaped unhurt, and had
a' t one Inch and tivc-ei::hts' apace to
si , One of the blundes dashed through
at uiL-ide window, and our largo board
err being in the way, was damaged quite
Mr. (i. (!. V'ii.liert left for St. Louis,
nlay evening, and will return net
:iv. During hi absence he will pur-
ch- ;i fi
;i fine and . varied stock of goods in
and will henceforward be better
prf iied than ever to serve his many eus-
Mike Harrington followed the rascal
ns stole his horse, money and overcoat,
las Sunday, ami succeeded in bagging his
gale in the town of Metropolis. Harring-
(oirecovorcd his horse and brought him
li:i to Cairo. The thief is in the Massac
eoijity jail, where he will remain until the
melting of the next grand jury.
- There was a baud of serenaders colored
pee lc abroad in the Fourth ward about
mimight night before last, and the music
discoursed by them was very fine. The in
divdual who rasped the bass viol wi.s an
expert. His "runs'' were splendid equal
to iny we ever heard executed upon a
tul n, and the tone was quite as finished as
Mr. E. Wuitmurc, proprietor of the Mem
phis Daily Evening Ledger, called at The
Bulletin office yesterday ; but being out at
the tune we were denied the pleasure of
meeting him. The Ledger is one of the
prosperous newspapers in the South. The
job department of the office is, we believe,
under the management of George Hawkins,
son .if J. S. Hawkins, of Cairo.
While Mrs. J. II. Bethune, of Charles
tonkas trading in an Eighthstreet store, yes
terday, her little four-year old girl wander
ed out in town, and, for a half an hour or
more, was ''badly lost," to the mother.
Search being instituted tho little Miss whs
soon found, two or three hundred yards
from her starting point, in an animated
conversation with officer Olmsted.
The force of coopers, who, for the past
two (r three years have been turning out
four or five hundred flour barrels a day, for
the Egyptian mills, suspended work, yester
day ceiling, until repairs are completed in
the uiil. Such, at least, is our informa
tion. As the respite will probably last onlv
a few days, and as it is the first enforced
lay-off for year, the men are not averse, we
take it, to an acceptance of the respite.
iVyntt West, the colored man who
fired Ids revolver at the yellow man named
Park-r, was up before Squire Osborn, yes
terday, and pleading guilty to the chant?
of cn Tying concealed weapons, was lined
f"i aid costs. Wyatt then entered suit
agaitst Parker for assaulting and striking
and lsing abusive language. Parker took
a chtnge of venue to Squire Comings, and
the case was tried yesterday evening. The
defendant was lined $13.50.
The recent city campaign put n 9lang
phrase in the mouths of the "buninierclass,
that will take its place with ''wipe off your
chin.'' "pull down your vest," and the thou
sand and oue other sayings that constitute
so large a part of the "bully boy's" lingo.
"hat 'em up. Jack," is the expressive nddi
tion tu which we refer, and the car that
doesn't catch it a dozen times a day, is kept
beyoidear shot of the knots of loafers that
gating on our wharf and street corners.
Villi but little ado alxwt it, Mr. Frank
Stopliet, who has filled the position of
salesulaa in the New York store for some
time pt, went to Mound City, Tuesday
cvai'inf, was united in nmrriage to a young
lady of that city, returned to Cairo the
next hy, and is as placid and serene as he
could ie were ordeals of that sort an every
day oernrrcnee with him. His friends all
join inlwishing him a great abundance f
domestic bliss and material comforts.
Ve heard a report, yesterday evening
to thei'efl'ect that Xott, late candidate for
city clerk, spent the day in the Fifth ward
yestenlay, taking out the names of the co
lored jiien who will swear that they voted
for hi!n, at the election held on the 1.1th
instant. This inquiry is made, we hear, on
the supposition that negro men who could
not reld were imposed upon made to vote
for a tuan whom they intended to vote
ngainit. This inquiry and all others on
foot will be apt to end .in inquiry.
Deter Wiro, the colored man who caught
Ross m Charleston, Missouri, is developing
into a first-class detective. Some time ago
a murder was committed in Nashville,
Tennissee. Peter being furnished with a
description of the murderer, kept a look-out,
a Mormu.l our rqwrtcr yesterday that he
knew exactly whereto find the fugitive, and
that oo within three miles of C'uiro. About
!l o'ebek in the afternoon he started out. tin
attenled. to bring in ,is i,,,,,,, yy,. c.,int
disnns a lurking suspicion that Peter is
somc-lim of the genus "blow-hard."
(n next Sunday morning the Rev.
Mr, (eorge will be installed as pastor of
the Jresbyterian church of Cairo. The
pastoal relation, , the Presbyterian
chum, is understood to be n per
manat one. It establinhed bv the Pres
byter in compliance with n calf om tho
ehurojnnd when either party desires to
have it dmolved the Presbytery
must o called upon to do St. The call, h,
thisc,wasUlvcnbv the unanimous no.
tion otho church year ago; but was not
kid lfore the Presbytery until its ineetiHg
lnMtJarnielafewweeksago. This delay
U duni the fact that the yellow fever pre-
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
vented the Cairo church from heing repre
sented at tlu! fall meeting of the Presby
tery. If Louis Ivoehler hud not bceu inured
to runaways he would likely have been
dashed to pieces yesterday. The animal lie
drives became frightened, yesterday after
noon, dashed down Nineteenth from Com
mercial at a furious rate, and striking the
sidewalk near Poplar, threw Louis with
great force from the wagon. In his pro
gress his foot caught in some manner,
mid had the sole of his shoe
not given way, it is likely that his 'ankle
would have been badly broken. Being a
hardy, active boy, he escaped injury, as
did the horse and wagon.
A very substantial smooth and certain
ly much needed plank sidewalk has been
laid down on the west sido of Washington
avenue from the Ninth street down to
Butlers' jewelry establishment. As tie
ground there admitted of the construction
of cinder or brick sidewalk, it is to bo reg
retted somewhat that that character of muter
ialwas not used. Plank walks furnish a har
bor for vermin and all sorts of ugly things,
animate and inanimate, and the giviiig-i-oiit
of decaying timbers, which finally come, are
certainly not conducive to health.
these and other reasons that might Ik- as
signed we hope the council will not permit
the construction of anymore timber side
walks in localities where brick or cinders
can be substituted.
-We lieird n lady declare, n few-
days ago, in a vein of sincerity that amazed
us. that the masculine jMirtion of this com
munity is made up ot the roughest, the
most slovenly and uncouth, the wort dres
sed and the illest-looking lot of men she
ever saw collected together in a single citv.
"Take out," continued she. "a half hun
dred o the best clothed, the neatest and
most intelligent, and the balance of 'em
would figure as tobacco-chewing, pipe
smoking, dirty-handed, ill-mannered ani
nials." When the ladv informed us that
she had never visited P.idueah, we felt at
once that she didn't know what it took to
constitute rough, uncouth and ill-mannered
boors. It is only fair to add that the re
mark was made after the lady had passed
through the crowd gathered about the
Third ward polls (Dr. Smith's ward) on
A young man, much given to '-fast
ness," stepped into a saloon, yesterday, and
with an air of pompoiwios that ill became
ins eignteen years, caned ior a giassoi itet-r
a schooner. The barkeeper, leaning over
the counter, told the youth in a tone of
manifest commis-eration, that he couldn't
let him have the beer. "It's a great hard
ship that gentlemen should be deprived of
their beer," continued the barkeeper; "and
it is an especial hardship, an. actual cruelty
to deny anyliody a glas of my beer, for it is
the clearest, creamiest, liveliest and most
delicious article that ever moistened a hu
man diaphragm just see I'll drink a
glass! Now that's beer that would make a
man luve even the ways of bis mothi-r-in-lawjbutyou
can't have an)-, my son. It's
hard I know; but the new administration is
in. and the law must be respected. And now,
sonny, 'though I can't let you have any, I'll
not be piggish : but will let you see me drink
another glass! There's nut a man in this
town but says that of all the beer that ever
came to Cairo" "Oh. you get out, you
d d blow-k.rd ! You slmut make game of
me any longer;" and the perspiring young
man, flushed w ith anger dashed out to hunt
up a saloon when- they were not ".so d d
particular." If every saloon keeper in the
city would imitate the example of the one
in question the "late hours'' of the young
men of the city, would bring infinitely less
suspense and anxiety to parents, and infinite
ly less danger to the young men themselves.
A Col. Lowe, n 'rebel'' Greenbacker,
from Alabama, has aroused the Bleeping
lion caged in the "corporeal body" of Sena
tor John Logan. Col. Lowe informed a
correspondent ot the Pittsburg Post that he
fought in a division in the C. S. army with
which two regiments r.f Illinois soldiers
that had been enlisted by Logan, was con
nected, lie, Lowe, had talked with the
soldiers, and did not, therefore, speak
from heamiy. In the Washington Re
publican, (for u copy of which we are
indebted to Logan) Col. Love's statement
is reproduced, with Logan's comments, the
conclusion of which is quite cinphatio. "The
statement is maliciously nnd infamously
false," says Logan. "Col. Lowe informs me
that he is not correctly reported by the cor
respondent. Let him, then, settle with the
correspondent for putting a lie in his
mouth; but, let the responsibility for the
ututiimikiii ntlo.iti A ...I !. t 1
, , v' 1 r 0 i
llOtllW'li It n tun K AIIL .,, !.,f I ! It,
. m , i , iiuii umiiii.Mis lie;
There now, Mr. Oreenbacker Lowe, if
i .i . . , .
jim ever no miyiiiing ill Till slioi-glin or
bowie-knife way, here's a splendid open
ingforyoti. Don't shift the responsibility
on the poor newspaper scribbler, who is
probably supporting n wife and six clu.
ilren on his $12 n week, and can't die with,
out bringing 'em all the starvation, Take
ityourselt. (iulpit down, or fight.
We expressed the belief, in n rec-nt
number of Tub Bulletin that the suo,.g.
tion that n judicial convention be heldto
nominate a candidate for tho ofhYo of St..
preinc Judge, originated In Mt. Vernon, h
that conclusion we were correct. The men,,
bur of t,e Mate Central Committee, living
there, caused a blank call to be printed
which call designates tho 1st day of May
nsthii time the convention ought to k- held
Mt. Vernon the pluce, and even gor M f.,J
as to decide tho basis of
kindly nssigniK to Alexander county two
ueiegares. v bile it is true that copi 0f
the blank call were sent to the chairmen of
the different County Democratic Central
Committees, for approval or disapproval,
we tire one of the large number of
Democrats who fed constrained
to denominate tho movement as a pieco of
ovcr-ollleiousness, especially as it was made
without consulting the co-member of the
State Committee living in this district, and
on the inero assumption that no Judicial
Central Committee was nppointed by the
convention that met last Spring in the city
of Contralto. Accompanying the blank
call that was sent to the chairman of the
Democratic Central Committee of Alexan
der county,' was the following explanatory
letter from Mr. R. F. Pace, member of the
State Central Committee for the 1!Hh Cor..
rivsional district :
Mr. Yf.knon, III., April, 0, lsTD.
Tim". Wilsou. Chairman Pent. Out. Com, Cairo.
Dkau Sin: As there is no Central Cmn
mittee for the first Supreme Court District,
and as several Democratic candidates are
already suggested for the position, it is
thought best by many leading Democrats,
to call a convention to nominate a candidate.
This duty will devolve upon the chairmen
of the County Central Committees in the
District or a majority of them. For the
purpose of getting an expression in refer
ence to the same. I enclose you a call for the
same, which it satisfactory would be pleas
ed to have you sign and return. If not fa
vorably inclined, please notify me at once.
Yours, dl. F. Pace,
Com. 19th Cong. Dist.
To this letter the majority of the Alexan
der County Central committee promptly
replied, through 15. F. Blake, Esu., their
secretary, a follow:
To I!. F Pare. Pcinocratic Slate Ceiitrj! Commit
I -efor l!tlh l oitu-re-s District. Ml Yeruu. Ill
Dkau Sin: We, the uuder.-igned, mem
bers of the Alexander County Democratic
Central committee, do not believe it ex
pedient to call a convention to nominate a
candidate for Supreme Judge, as per yours
of March '21, and in the absence of
our chairman, we, a majority of our com
mittee, do hereby i-hotlst against the call
ing of such convention; nnd in so doing
we believe we express the sentiment of
Democratic voters of this county. We arc
also under the impression that we have
nothing to do with calling such convention,
as we are informed that a cointaittee was
appointed at Centralis.
B. V. Blake. Secy.
I. B. Ostkandi.ii.
Alex. Co. Dem. Cent. Com.
We alluded, last week, to a legal in-
quiry into the mental condition of a color-
ed woman, named Caroline Williams. The sumption, bronchitis, catarrah. asthma, and
jury decided, we believe, that Caroline was all throat ami lung atfections. nis i a po-i-not
a tit subject for the lunatic asylum; but tive ami radical cure for nervous debility
should be sent to her friends and family in and all nervous complaints, after having
Indianapolis. As no one has funds where- tested its wonderful curative powers in
with to carry orders of that character into thousands of case., has ft It it his dutv to
eflect, Caroline was turned loose upon the
streets again, The poor creature is more of
a mono-mamac than a lunatic. She seems
to regard her life as in constant jeopardy
and we have boys, even men, in the city, so
lost to every feeling of sympathy fur the
sufferings of their kind, as to aggravate
thoe fears by telling the wretched woman
most frightful stories bow this man is af
ter her with two sword and a battle axe,
anil how others have sworn to take off her
hide and tan it for saddle skirts and
stories of this sort the unbalanced creature
religiously believes. She was on the streets
yesterday, appealing to nearly everybody
whom she met to protect her from some
imagined barm that was about to befall
her; and not unfreqiicntly her unsettled
bram conjures up visions of terrible men
urined with knives und guns thirsting for
her Mood. About other matters she talks
ith a show of rationality; hut no one can
convince her that she would lire an hour,
uiih-ss she kept herself constantly on the
lookout for the enemies who are in pursuit
Tlx Clnts Woktii. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
luur cut for 'St cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 14'2 Commer
Foil Fms-r Class day board for $18.00
per month, go to' the Planters House.
Ixhiillahd's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillard's N'ckle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsmeyers at fac-
00 ' . ivj. o in nil
IMPORTANT TO MEAT CONSUMERS.
M. E. MeCaiiiinon, of Metropolis, has
just opened a first-class butcher shop at the
corner of Nineteenth and Poplar street,
where you can buy the best beef in the
market for 8 cents per pound, C. O. D.
Pork, OJ cents ; bacon, 8 cents; sausage,
three pounds for 2o cents. All are invited
to call and give him a trial. Meat delivered
when ordered. Satisfaction guaranteed,
A. HaM.ky, tho Commercial aveuue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
largo Hiid varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook stoves
nro among the latest and Lest patterns ami
are not exculled as bakers by anything In
tho market; they nro of the heaviest make
and will lt longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close us to niuke it ua
a1Tjl .. iS79.
1 I JM
I I a mr
U J iJ U . Al.Ii.il I7U 1 111 ) Mil i
Is the exclamation of all who examine the lemlitl
S P J!
Ami lea rn
1 1 V
the Mai'veloibly Low Price.
Men's Flannel mi it.
Men's MiiMUsex Miiti wanaiitetl
Men's Si-oti !i ( b unt
And all other goods to Suit the Times.
object L cull and cxamiu". Breech load
ing Shot-guns. FU-.iug Tack'.e etc.. and
everything else low t-j suit the times.
F;nT class cut cards at t!.e Bulletin
otlkv at St. Lm:s wholesale, prices. Print
ing $1.00 tM..0 per thousand.
YTICr.. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
The. Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills Con
tmted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with tV- B.dletln, unless the
sane is made on a written order signed by
myielt", and the order nust be atuehed to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for idverti-ing o- j.,), work are valid unless
the same :;re endorsed by mjself.
E. A. Bcrnett.
. I.NYKi.ops priate i at the Bi i.:.::t:n (.':lu e.
l.eo per M. E:ive!.p, t'umishi-d at ,:.
Loiis wholesale List price- for the tiextlJO
11 pound ul i Birry L
" Li:i-:i L-tt?r He i.i-.
24' " Linen N- H,.a.:..
The BEST quality clip;);-: a
tie cheapest urai'v.
j'j pound ::it.-:ii---at- all c
10 pound Bills La ;::ig.
, H and l p;:.i,i Bill He . i
Extra super white E:iv,-1. p. s .
i a.! sizes.
; at St. Louis
kind, at Tun
v:io!esa!e prices. Printing
Ruling and Binding, all
C'o.stm!Ton CntE.0. An old physician,
etirt-1 from practice, having had placed in
lis hands by an East India missionary the
orinula of a simple vegetable ' rtinedv. Lr
.the speedy and permanent cure for con-
make it known to his suffering fellows.
'Actuated by this motive, and a desire to re
ilieve human sulVering, I will sea 1. free of
'charge, to all w ho desire it. this recipe, wi
P.. ttl' . .
uiu uirecuons ior preparing an i using, in
Serman. French, or English. S-.-tit by ma
ty addressing with stamp, naming this pa
irr. V. W. Sherar, 14! Powers' Block
Ibchester. New York.
' Sale and
1 Feed Stable.
Ilursc lux,,!-' I ly tie W'.-k rQii:.. mV
OOOD HOfiSEfj AND BUGGIES
At price M sh;: t!i t'.M"t. (,iv mi n rail
poMCLOSCRK ok MOVTGAU3.
State of Illinois. I Circuit Court nf aith,h...
vuuui) oi Mtwmiui-r t tuuuiy. .Miy t'-rm A. D. lSTI
Pctt-r Kohlt-r vt nukntm u heir of William Kh'.i-rs,
rorecUxure of uiurtKSi.". Iu chancery.
Aflldiltit liavlt'Sflii'i-n dli-rl In th ..t it,
of mid circuit nmrt ol' AlexntuliT iwrn. ti,...'.,'..!
ahuve Iianieil ili-friiiliiitn. the nni.-ii,,ut, i,.,i..r u-,r
mm r.nii-rn.di-CfiiM'U. on dm-untie ireful inqiiln u
not he I'liunil. notice Is herein- irhvn to the n:iel U-
ii-ii(idui. Unix the commit mint I ei hi. i.n ,,t
coiniilnliit in salil ( onrt on thechancry hIi!" then of
mi im-.tini mt) in .Miircn, a. ii. is,.', mm that a
HlimtllOIll. tluTl'lltllltl luslll'li Ollt Of Hlllll Cl.llrf a r,i"l,.f
Hitld tlefi'iiiluius, retnrimlile on the third .Voaiiav of
.mv, n, i. iir.i, a m tiv iaw n.-qiilri-d.
Now. theretiire. unlp. vnn ti, ui,i
lelrf of W llll im l-.lilern, il, ce;lsi il. cLiull liersiiuu'lv
Ih anil lltiliear liel'ore th mhl -lr , ,.r i : '
tttnler coiiiilvnn the tlr.i il !lVi,f tllf tu.V ....... I!...-...
of, to lieholili'U lit tin; (i)tift Iiduh.. In' thu cie. 'iif
l airo. Hi nalit county, ou the third Monday of Mr,.
A. J). Is7!t And Illeiel. Itll.uert.r il.'tmi. ... .....'.I
coniiiilniint'i' hill of comiiiilnt. trie fame, iitid tiie
mailer, ami thlnir t'e-ivlu clmrs-'d ni;d utatetL ttiP
lie taken a" ciinl'i--ed. a N 1 a dei r.-e i,n',.r,l .... .i....
yon accorttliia to t'.' pr.tver ol' h;i:iI Mil
(IKUIIUK FIS1IKI!, Com.iliiiirtm .l.iV,:,!.':;'""'
Cairo. LI.. March :lUt, A. D. MM.
JOTICK OF mAJ. SETTLEMENT.
Thi'iimleri'ltriicd, ndtnlnl.lralorofct.Veof II p
Il.lam-ter, deccaseii. herein- .... . '''
wnom It may concru that h.-lni, tli,d Id the A!x'
and.-r county court hi. Ilual report a, .uch adnu ,1s
trator, and tln.t he will api.iy to ,cd . oirt a he
May term thereof. is:u. an. b ,.i .... .
nnd ask for hl tllo harit.. a- ii,:h adinulstr'ator. '
JAMfcs JtuKtlls, S Administrate.
ESTATE OfWIU.IAM M. ATlUtftTOS. PKi ASKB
l.tTnVr'om,'',!,f!!',,l; 1",,vI,n.,h"l,ti iwwlntHd Admin
1.1, ,o n . " r.'A'.Wuli,'"" V. Athcrton, lato of
ct.,..c,L hiWr, ,:;; :tz w is:
l. rd m ! , I- ' i1 hI' at JunuiW, on the
ite.l u,A , " ,'1;,lm" U,,ll"l o-tutu re n.tl
lui & it j 1ri ",1.,01l,n"1"' f,,f tl"-, Ptrpoin of h;
SfnJ.? ,',lu,",'l AH P"rona Indebted to Mid
itf indK"-'1 mk ",,mi""Bt'' Pym?nt W
U'u till-&nd day of April. A D. 1S71.
JACOB RltKJlB, A4alaltratr.
1 Minim i
on event hi hi?
n r attji a
J 1J V A 11 1
A.ZUAHX. (51 Ohio Lovci.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBsTITI'TE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHAN'S'
M vital Aid. Society
Orzanlzrd July KM,. 1 3T7. liH.rt L.wsol
Hit State of UliaoU. Cop)riiUtHi! .In!)
1. 1377. uiub-r Art ol ( ou 'rc.s
WILLIAM STIiATTuN. I'bksxn:
Vr.. I. A. TAYLOIi. - . Vi. slV.:
J. A l.OLIOTINK. - - Tr.tA.v;
Da J. J l.uUD'.iS. . tvj A-.
THOMAS 12 WIS. - . bi,ur.rs
BOA!'.!) OK M.VNAOfJlS
.r '.-.-::r)CN. ph -i. (ua
A. TA Vi. i'. -,-.K'r::i-, u i,-ii!
Mr-. E. !'. Fili. Vari 'lt Urji',,1 store. -,1.
A. otiLDsTINK. of Jt ;,,.
-tin :"r..W'!i'V-j:r and l'.n ii: D.-.ili-r-
la S!.ij. atii Fawr tin- Hu.v ....
N it. TlllTLEV0)I'. ol H:nk A
Thi-t;eihMl. (. oaitnS!ia .V 'nhjut-.
Cofon and ToHaiio Fut tnr '
S. l. AYEKv of Aver. A Co.. lu-aais.-
:on M--n 'i int.
Til' M AS LEWIS. In.iiraacc Mi:u,.. r
a t t At' iruev at La
WM. sTItATTOX. of StMStoa it H:r J.
Wholesale (.rn. ers '
(iEU. M. AI.DKN. C,,a,mi..i,.t. M--r
muLt. ts iJUU) L"tee ... ... .
JA-s s. LKAIiDK.N. A.'ent .V.;-:;)p:
'al!i' Tr:i:iport.i'lnti i 'iiiiipuo . . .'. . '
HAI'.HImiN U)1 FT. Wau -hanker a:,.'.
ciiAv n mi aiit. w'!iii:.-.s:-a!iiV:V
t til lrv l.'io.l- and Notjo::.
EDWAIlI) A Ut HKl:. Maeufj. !..r;:t;
.!--tte'.er and 'A'hoi ale Ii-iie: i-j
W-itchsnnkfr." Toil's and Maieru;.....
EDWIN It. Et.NtW. Froprifior m
JIAZKN LEU. ItTuN, Cti.-nmi. V-r
Dr EOWAItli It l?OK. t'. -. .Mar-Iia!
Koothern iMs'rVt illim.i. sjiruisfl-id I".
Mr.. S.A.AYEKi Vil1 ltnl
Dr. f! S Bltlt.HAM 1'iiv.i, ,an. Ind-aaapo::.. I
.IAS l l.KLAYT. 'K.-al Estn,-
Asetil Keokul: Lnn
Hi. DAVID l. WELLS. Methol:-!
. -Mmiter Grsail Jiinc'.ia. T-mi
J it tit'LLEY M-.-r.-i.aut Met: Ua.His.
-i unj,.. A:--rtle- I .i.iritv...
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIM CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Ninstcsro;, tai ,
Coairjii-alui A,-.. i'
C. O. PATIER & CO.
(JAIUO CIT FERRY CO.
11 a. ii,.
3 p. in
Foot Fourth '.
s a. m.
1) a. ir..
8:-'H a. m.
10::W a. ui.
4:01 p. m.
Is health, and If VOll nrewlllmut It mil cut ii, .01.,,.
hi-z. borrow, buy nor steal It. but vo'u can oblaiu I
by n.lnx Seller'. Liver l'ili.. Tk-v tone tip the
stomach and keep the bowels In cooil nnler i,r
iliu ett healthy ai tlou In the liver, promote dines-
:o-.i Him iuijihi iifjurio me wuoit! sysiuin.
Price l!A rents.
It. E. SELLERS & CO., Prop'rs, Plttsbur!i, Pa.
A OKAVE RODBEIt CAUGHT.
The mo.t .ucce.sful grnvp robber of tho dav I.
DK. LINDLEY. lly mean, of Ills lllood Searcher
lie uan louiieti inu '(jravc oi ii orei wnn were dvlntr
of Scrofula .' jjnutiou. lthematlm, Mercurial
ia, uiiunoicti, - . ra Debil
ity. The blood-, Cincinnati.
Searcher 1 th Krki, ;-qiiliitH':r. (i. II. Hubbard.
Hampden, Ohio, .p. 'Cleveland physician
declared my wife dyri,, of consiiiiiptlou. JJv th
use of Dr. Llnd.ey Blood Searcher she was re
itored to health.' J. F. Ilrooka. PalticKvtllu, Ohio,
ays: "My (on wan atlllctml with acrofnU of the
worst form, and pronounced Incurable by several
physician. H i life wa. ravvd by tho wis of Dr.
Llndsuy lllood hearcher." A Tumor urowliii; on
my head was completely cured by tint u.e of Dr.
Llndley a Blood Hearcher. s. Sarver. Pitttbiircb
Sorea. and all Cutaneous Kiiptlona dl.appear llkn
maitc when tho lllood Hearcdor I. uwd W" tlmt
our name U on th bottom of the wrapper. For
aalf by all DruMl.t " '
It. S. sLLlflKs CO.. Prop'M, PUt.yurRU, Pa.
"'-..j.m1;. 1 on '"u filCl'' Kaeiiinroid