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ALL AI)VRHTlSRMttTS In this column. o(
five line each orlesavwll be published lor -a
ents one Insertion;:! tiinef. mi cents: i wee, i'',
biohU. l.!M; 3 month without chiinee. Rl.Uil per
tionth. Each additionally
ROY WANTED ,
To learn the carpenter and joiuer's trade. Must
he imurt and active, 17 to lit years of ar
J NO. A. I'OOKh.
As order sood for 1100. If applied ou any stylo
flrat-cliiss Mundlesshon l'lano. will be sold low.
Aply at thin otttce.
Mr. L. .1. Byrne run accommodate few any
boadi rs. also board biuI room for two, I'rlcos very
low. Ai'lv at her bouse Uext to the Catholic
church ou Washington aveuue.
" IlOl'sK AND LOT FOR SALE
House and lot sltnaW on .Jefferson Rnd Thir
teenth mvt between Jerlerson and Cedar street",
bald property situated as follows, to-wit : Lot num.
kereddll lilo'k nuii.lu'r (1) in the Third addition
to the citv of Cairo. For furlln r pi.it rular i In
oilireat fiie boue. THOMAS II. WIN TEH.
Dated till, llth day of Fell. lint.
II. MAREAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic riiysiciau and Sur?eon.
Office 140 C, amercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Wtishinuton avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK.
l. wee-No. lM Commercial Avenuu, between
Eighth and Ninth Streeu
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
D K NTIST.
OFFICE Eiiihth Street, near Comtnercia! Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: Willi thi' Widows' and Oorpnans' Mil
ual Aid Society.
' YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX Title- CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street nr.d t
Commercial Ave.. I
CO. PATIKU & CO.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Mantil.icttirerol and Dealer in Also
TIN. COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE.
y-AU. kinds or .too w.ikk bone to ottmin.;?
NO. :!", EltillTlt STREET.
CAIHO. : II-l.lXOIS
10 CITY FERRY CO.
rrn i) V V
Ou niiduftpr Monday, .t:i:ie Ui. the lmt will make
the following I'ipc:
LKAVKh I.KAVKH I.IAVKS
Foot Fourth nt Vigour: I. Uid'. Ketilueky Ld'f.
h u. in. s: ,i) a. in. !' a. tu.
1.1 a. m. lu : y i a. in. 11 a. in.
. (. in J: I' i i 1' in.
I p in. ' : p.::i. p M
J p. m. 3::l'i p in. ". I', t'l
WiOi.!.K WINKS AND l.iul'olix.
SMYTH A- CO.,
Who!. .Kali at.i! ltel'ii! Dealer In
Foreign and Doniotic Liijuors
Wines ol all Kiml-.
No. r.j Clllo t.LWLT..
MESSRS SMYTH o Co , have nn,.t n,:iy u
lau-e Mm Ii of the 1"t ynn-. Ii: the niiii'.iel, icid
p. VI' c.pel ln attention to Wl.jll'-ille lll'illiell of
D. WILLIAMSON fe CO.
70 Ohio Levee,
lloiit Stores ami liioceries,
Of a. 1 l;l.:.
Ol'KN NIC J I IT AND DAY.
Fn h TV.rv and fill! T'Il''' r.ntter, tiyMemiiiul nil
bind if 'mil V.hi'11 III . neiii, nli Iniliil Hinl ill III'.
;eil pioin;i'lV at reMikme. fs e tiMit del'Vifi"!
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH S, 1330.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
F.NTF.RF.D AT TIIK I'OST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS HF.COND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morniiij Daily in Southern Illinois.
Caiho, 111.. March J. ISHO.
liar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel Weather.
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r " ai.to
10 " Sn.im
a p.m., '."'.Ht
Maximum Temperature. ti!-; Minimum 1cm
t'orHture. rs: : Rainfall O.SI Inch.
River 1. fee, OOluch. w. n. KAT.
Serj't Slural Corns. U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice is hereby given to all whom it
may concern, that I will pay no hills con
tracted or made by my sou, Chris. Bemis,
and till parties are notified not to trust him
on my account. Frank Bemis.
I. O.O. F.
There will be a special meeting of Alex
ander Lodge, No. 224, at the lodge room.
this Wednesday evening, at 7:!!0 o'clock,
for instruc tion in the degree of Rebekkah.
All members of the lodge, as well as all
members of said detree, are requested to he
present. By order of the lodge.
W. K. Hawkins, Sec'y.
At Washington hall on Easter Monday.
A first class cook. Apply immediately
at No. C, Fifth street, of
Miss Kittie Miller.
Fifteen white girls to make baskets. Ap
ply at the Box factory office, comer of Coin
niercial avenue and Thirty-fourth street.
By the day, week, single meal, or with
meals and lodging; day boarders preferred.
Location goo l, only one block from the
p istotliee, on Thirteenth street, west of
Washington avenue. John Bkf.chf.r.
COAL! COAL! !
I am prepared to furni-h the citizens of
Cairo with a good quality ol coal at the
lowest rates. Upon leaving orders at the
corner of Tenth and Commercial, it will be
delivered to any part of the city.
At A. Ha'ley's on Commercial avenuo op
posite Seventh street. The largest and
liueet stock to be fnimd in tin city. Tin
and hollowware of all kinds. Fine cut
lery, a large assortment of bird cages.
Fishing tackle in great variety, hooks,
lines, rods and reels. Shot guns and hunt
ers' outfits, ammunition, etc. A new sup
ply of the Bissell carpet sweepers. Garden
and farm implements. Flower baskets
and hardware of all kinds. Carpenters'
tnols, cross-cut saws, wood saws, etc.
Cooking stoves, the best m the marki j.
Call on him and examine his stock and
prices before you buy.
Wasted. Sherman &, Co., Marshall,
Mich., want an nirent in this county at
once at a salary of $100 per month and
expenses paid. For full particulars ad
dn.'!-s as abo.e.
A Traokimas's Throat. Edwin Booth,
like most ot his professional brethren, suf
fers frequently fr'iu severe inll.itaination of
the throat, which prevents him ncea-iinnailv
f:v.m atiiiearino; on the stau'o. This theatri
cal sore throat is smet!m"s so scrimw that
it :iet:i i!lv drives an actor into private lilV
Booth, liowewr. promptly stops the first
symptom with Giles Liniment Iooint
Gn.i'.'s Pill cures chills and fever. S i'd
. 1 iv all dttiggists. Send for pamphlet. Dr
Giles. 120 West Broadway. N. Y. Barclay
Bros., Agents, Trial sie 2.1 cents.
o F. vi in to a Sk i; Fuilnh li you
have a friend Milferhg tVoin nny disorder
(t the ki lnevs Send thrill a package ol
ICidit-v-Wort, and will von make tltem
happy. Its L.'t'eut tonic power is e-pecialiy
directed to these diseases, and it (Uiek y
relieves tin; !i!ress '.nd cures tiie itise:te.
Have vou tried it.
Birn.r.iiouo. N. ('., Sept. IT.
Messrs. Moroan Allen, .Vi St. John St
New York Citv:
Dear Sii:- It ntl'irds ine great ilcaur
to inloiin vou ol the wondertul cure your
'('nnsfnuti'on Water" has wrought upon
my w ife. Iter doctor had pronounced he
ineurab r ol Bri'dit s disease ol the kidneys.
but. thanks lo y.ni. she is as well to-day a
she ever was m her life. She snvs -he i
cett iin if it had not I n for vnur medicine
she would have licen dead biTori.' tin. tiuii
tun I truly hopes that all who suli'er with
Bight's kidney di; ease, will try your "('on
dilution Water" belore th'-v wait too long
Vl -lung you many happy yean, and tint
your tuedicine may reach every suticier.
tun s its. very respectfully yours.
William A. Tukvatiiax
Ask your druggist for it.
Musi: News, Hop Bitters, which i
advertised in our columns, arc tv Klin; etna
for ague, liiliotp'iiess and kidney complaints
Those wl.o use thorn sny they cannot be too
highly recommended. Those allliclei
should give them a fair trial, and will be
come thereby en1hu:.'iatic in the. praise o
their curative t.ti ii'itios. - Portland Argus.
out or Work. -There be those who mv
that there Heed br none uneliililoped -th:i
there is work for nil, if they will but do it
U'hnt we snv. is. let everyone who has
miir! or co! I take Hall's Balsam at oin
It in tlii' only r ll'ibli; fettp-dv. that Peer
fails to curt.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
County commissioner's ccmrt m been
in session for two days and cither adjourned
lust night or will adjourn this morning.
One of the kindest acts ever done for
humanity, was the introduction of Sr. Ja
cob's Oil for the euro of rheumatism.
A sun beam, under the gtiiso of a little
chunk of feminine loveliness, brought glad
ness to the fireside of Mr. I. N. Smith yes
Mr. John Major is prepared t furnish
all kinds of new wagons and buggies on
credit,. on approved paper or very low for
Mr. E. Krauth, of Barclay Bros.' pre
scription drugstore, yesterday received the
official papers allowing him a back pension
ot over seven thousand dollars, He is m ire
fortunate than the average human being.
Tilings that most people would like to
see : Our society girls before breakfast, a
church choir that never quarrelled, a church
out of debt and with money to lend, an ed
itor who can please everybody, and a high
school girl that cannot whistle.
Messrs. Smith & Bnukmytr, mer
chant tailors, have received a large stock of
all kinds of suitings, broadcloths, etc., and
are prepared to make suits ou short notice
at low prices. Their work always gives
satisfaction; their piece goods arc the best
brands, and good tits are guarantee i.
There has been no store opened by
Dennis & O'Louglin as yet. Therefore,
there was none closed. Buf there will be
one opened Thursday morning, on the
comer of Twentieth and Poplar streets,
by tip.' above named firm, with a full line
of groceries, produce, etc. See advertise
ment. In our columns this morning will lie
found the statement of the City National
bank, showing its condition February 21,
1SS0. It needs but a careful perusal of
this statement to satisfy the reader that
among other things Cairo has one of the
soundest and best banking institutions to
be found in the state.
Paducah News: "The Mobile and Ohio
ulroad is to be extended from Columbus,
Ky to Cairo, Ills. Arrangements have
been completed for the work and the ex
tension will be made this year. Of course
the line will have to pass through Ballard
county, which will give the people another
ailroad without any cost to them tiie way
railroads should be built.
-The unfortunate William II. Yande,r-
biit. too poor to pay a personal property
has 1,100,000 in registered four-pcr-
cents. And prouauly, in order to save ine
expense of a coupon-clipper, takes them in
lenor.iinations of $10,000. Receiving m-
eret at the rate of $3,000 and over a day.
is calculated to discourage one. The bur-
lens of life must appear to such a one too
grievous to be borne.
Hon. Tho. W. Haliiday entered upon
lis duties as cashier of the City National
Rank, on the first of this month. It is en
tirely unnecessary to indulge in :i lengthy
particulati.atiou ef his numerous qualnica-
ions for almost any position. The record
which he has made before the people of
this county and of the entire state, is a
tetter eulogy of him than we could posi
lv construct of words.
-A Iloosier. politician as all Hoosicrs
are, has been denied the sweet consolation
of his Democratic paper by his Republican
...o' ,,1 n; n fiiiui.(i'!i.nri'. sues for
i IK, nil ii ' '. 1 i ,
voree. This duress upon a Democratic
voter, openly nn l wantonly practised by an
missary ol the Republican enemy, and on
the free soil of Indiana, which is not to oe
tickled with the hoe of an exo Insjn
larkev, must receive the instant and ab-
oi lii-v' attention o'. Senator Dan oomees.
Mr. John Major hns now on hand n
argv lot of farm an. i spring wag on.-, log
w;t"'on. one Horse, .two norse mm mih.v
. . t i ..n...
plows, Tessier's best, nod double and singl
harrows. New and second hand buggie
ivir rliieco for cash or ai i'ioved paper. Go
and see them.
Bv a rcMilntion intioduced in the
potincil last i:i-ut. the c:!v clerk was di
rected t. advertise for jireposa'.s for haul
ingout o! thi'clty limits all kitchen o;l'd
The bids mu-t 1e in by next Tuesday
night. The appointment of a health olri
cer was also provided for by resolution
What other business of importance was
transacted and there was bat little will
appear in to-morrow's Bulllvin.
We should have stated yesterday that
Rornr.v-vho, fur several davs was in"durance
vile," charged with the abduction ol an in
nocent young lady, was permitted to take
up his bed and walk out of our county jail
and accompany his wife homo to Murpbys
boro. day before yesterday. His freedom
was caused by the non-appearance of said
innocent young lady against him. This is
the w hole story in a nut shell.
Mike Shcchan has resigned his posi
tion in the county clerk's office, which he
has so admirably Hlled for a long time, and
in forms us that he lias formed a partner
ship with Slierilf Hodges and Mr. J. W.
Spies, of Beech Ridge, for the purpose of
going into the saw mill, general tuerehan
dvdng and farming business at Beech
Ridge The linn being composed ol three
of the mo.st. energetic griitleinen in the
county, they deserve, and doubtless will,
meet with, abundant success and mrikc
"oodle.i" of money. Our accomodating
county clerk hat sustained quite a lo.-s by
Mr. Sheehuti's resigna'doii.
It is true as wo stated in yesterday's
issue that Mrs. Esther Meachaiu was sen
tenced to fourteen years iu tho peniten
tiary.' We learn from Mr. Mulkcy, of tho
firm of Mulkcy & Leak, who were the dc
findants iu the cose, that they will, on Sat
urday next, file a motion for a new trial.
There was nothing positive about the evi
dence upon which phe was convicted, but it
was purely circumstautial and the attor
neys believe that a new trial will be grant
ed, Judge- Harker presided over the last
term of court.
The man who will interest himself for
the good of the city as Officer Schuckers
has done in the past, will always receive
the applause ot our people for their fearless
actions. We have heard not a few threats
against such officers as Schuckeis, Lally,
Hogan and Dunker for their fearless con
duct in raiding the ranch of Axley & Wil
son, and therefore--although the threats
emanated from silly simpletons and cow
ardly bullys we know how to appreciate
these officers' actions, and say to them "well
done ye good and faithful servants."
The list of contributors to the Irish
relief fund, published yesterday, shows that
our people, as a whole, sympathize with
the oppressed in Ireland, and are not back
ward in sending something more substan
tial than the mere breathings of compas
sion to the wretched sulferers who have for
so manv years been the victims of English
tvrannv and brutality. The list showed
that the givers were not confined to any
class, party or nationality, but that nearly
all who were asked gave liberally and cheer
The practicing of the a brass band in
the building adjoining the council cham
ber, last night, seemed to have a beneiicul
c:Vect noon our citv fathers. The airs of
the band, which were very audible in the
chamber, had the- elfect of cutting short
some of the "airs" of the aldermen and
thus the business before the body was dis
posed of with remarkable rapidity. The
music ot the band, mingling with tiie run
sical voices of the aldermen, made their
speeches as melodious as the sound of a
crystal-drop, warbling from a fountain, and
their words fell upon their hearers as softly
as the dew upon the dowers and tilled
ieirs ears as would distant, drow.-y
music charming every sense to rest.
-Night before last a rouster named Pat.
McLaughlin came ashore from tiie uarry
Brown, with one of his companions. He
uteivd nbout town until he missed his
boat ate! then started to Mound City on the
Cairo and Yinccnues trie to overhaul it,
nit missing it there, they agreed to foot it
back. While on their way bucK, and wn::e
McLaughlin's companion wis quite a dis
tance ahead of him, he was robbed of forty-
two dollars and severely beaten, and
then placed upon the railroad
track in an unconscious condition.
A watchman of the road who happened
along immediately after the robbery, recog
nized the robber as Red Dillon, the fellow
who robbed n stranger on Eighth street not
long ago. He made his eseap .
Action his been taken by some
ot our citizens for the establishment of a
Builder's and L'an association in this city.
There is one in successful operation in Cen-
tralia. Ills., which has. for some years past,
given evidence of its prosperity by causing
lie erection of a number of buildings.
That a similar institution here, could not
fail to be financially and in every other
wav, successful, besides being a blessing to
the poorer classes, cannot be questioned;
for CViro stands greatly in need of comfort
able little homes with four or five rooms.
There is no doubt that fifty of these in
"ood neighborhoods would find immediate
and paying renters. Tin: Bn.i.rris called
the attention of our m ui of enterprise to
these facts some time ago, and now urges
them to elfect a speedy organization.
A number of profes-ional gamblers
have made their appearance in this city
during the past few days, and they were
pointed out to Us yesterday nr.d the day
before ly several of our wide-awake cit i -
Z"irs who are personally acquainted with
the fellows. They are a nobbiiy dies-ed
mob. Each of them is i f small stature
and rather heavily built nnd is suid to en
oy the friendship of several of our officers
-who, it is supposed, wi.-h them well
during their stay here. One of the fellows
was an operator of a keno room in this city
during the war and Icnce is particularly
well known. Is it an injustice to Squire
Robinson to suppose that these fellows
have beard of his late decision in the Ax
ley A' Wilson case, and were thereby in
dueed to pay our town n visit Y However
this may be we know not, and suffice it to
Hiv, that our officers should be aware of
their presence and should "spot" them and
make tueir stay lions as sinai as possnue.
The Pope County Democrat has achiev
ed another triumph over the corrupt Pie
publican officials who have for so many
years had complete control of the
county's financial iill'airs. Through its
persistent efforts in braving the combina
tions of public thieves and (he denuncia
tions of their organ and exposing the mal
practices of the county officers, it succeeded
in causing suit to bo brought against the
slieriif who was recently compelled to pay
back to the cotinly treasurer $'i02, which
he had illegally apropriated to his own
uses. But Ibis is not all, . Judgment was
rendered against him a few days ago for
$s;;,"i more, nuking $1,1HT, out of which
that little county, but for the dibits of that
little Democratic sheet, would liavo been
D R. J . W. T II O M A. S '
A WONDERFL'L FERTILIZER CONTAINING THE ACTIVE PRINCIPLE FOR
TH:E HUMAN I-LAIIi.
HKSTOHKtf , , . .
The halruudscalp tu u normal condition, thltketn tuiululr, etop lu falling out ami prevents Oatnlrt.fi.
All Scaly, Criutv, Cutaneous Eruption f the Scalp, ullavs thu Itchlnu Sensation aud will preserve tar
Hair for a Lifetime.
IT W1I.1. 7MOT MOIL
The most delicate fahrlc. and Is deeidely preferable
washes, while It Is much cheaper in price, aim irou mini the uiiilrusauiuess mciueut 10 tueir use
TIIK HOAP EMPLOYED
I purely vegetable, and simply u vehicle coiilainlnn costly iiudiclues s pet ideally for the hair u:.d iKa.p.
which remain lutacl when incorporated with a ueutrul roup.
I'ri'p!'rl,:';!urtli,n,lo.mi',J!:,K' Dr. J. W. THOMAS, Hair and Scalp Spechilist.
Price 50 cent per cake. Three cakes $1.21. GEO. E. OTIARA, Sole Agt, Cairo, 111.
swindled. But this is only one case, and a
very insignificant one of the catalogue of
crimes of which flic Republican party in its
comparatively short career, has been
proven guilty. To enumerate only those
which have been exposed would mako
Mrs. M. Riddle, from Olmsted. Iils.,is
in the city on a short visit to her daughter,
Mrs. B. F. Echols.
Mrs. Andrews, wife of Rev. Truman
Andrews, of Chester, Ills., is visiting our
city, and the guest of Mrs. Dr. Maiean.
WAS HE MURDERED?
THE SUPPOSITION THAT MR. FRED.
WHITCAMP, SR., WAS MURDER
ED, SUSTAINED BV LATE
OKOltOL KOHL. TIIK l.T.r.: MAN. THOlOIiT
TO III-: TIM. Oil I.T Y MAS.
Since the first appearance i:i t:i --e col
umns of a notice announcing the death o
Mr. Fred. Whitcatnp. Sr.. by drowning
numerous stories, some of tii d-.i very ex
travagant, have come to our ears, which,
were they known to the parties whom tin y
concern, would ten 1 to m ike th -m feel
very uncomfortable. Ii.it especially are
tle-se stori" damaging to the hire! man.
who his been in the employ of
Mr. Wniteamp for about a year,
and whose name is George Kohl.
Our readers wili reuiein'.'T that we stat
ed in Sunday's i-si,: that the water had
washed aw.ty the earth from beneath the
river bank and upon Mr. W.ii'ciiup. and a
laborer in his employ, approaching it. the
bunk give away lvsi:tii them earning
them both into the stream. That a tree
stump being within the reach of to" la
borer he secured :i hoi 1 upon it. and thus
saved his life, but that .Mr. Whitcamp w.s
immediately carried away by the cuireti".
We also stated that owing to the high
water which cuts oil" all communication be
tween this city to. i Mrs. Wiotcamp's resi-delir-,
she had found it i:ilp'i-lblf
to convey the intelligence of her husband's
death to her relative- and fr'n-nds until a
week after the occurrence. The-e particu
lars we procured from good authority and.
of course, therefore, had reason to beiicvi.
But now comes Mr Fred. Whitcamp.
who is u nephew of the deceased, and who
hn made investigations of the bank which
is said to have caved in, and sav that no
caving is vii-ib'tr at the p! ice
there is no current tiiere which could have
wa.-hed away the earth from beneath the
bunk; and aiso that no stump is visible
upon the catching hold of which the labor
er said he had' rescued himself. He further
says that tle-re is no step-oil' at the place,
but that the water gradually dcp'tis and
that a person can wade about in it near the
bank with pot t' a t safety, 't he sl.mgh - for
slough it is, and not the river has been
dragged with lie's and hooks fur several
days, i, i;t n, van. Had Air, lOtcainp
drowned there his body Would have been
easily recovered, since there is no anient in
the slough which could have carrie 1 it off.
These facts arc ample and sufficient to
convince the thinking mind that Whitcainp
was the viitim of foil I play, an I that lie
MflHli:!'.!-.:) AV.I M-IM-Lli
iu some other way. But who i- "inity of
the deviii-h deed is file qlles'h n which then
arises. Let us s'-e. It is known that Mr.
Whitcamp, when he left his home, had
Upon his per-mi three hundred dollars in
c ish, with which he intended to
buy a team and pay various
'debts, nnd that the hired mmi.
Kohl, hud the means of knowing that Mr,
Whitcamp had the money about his person,
Kohl, when lie infonie d Mrs. Whitcamp of
her husband's death, was only wet up to the
waist and had in r,o w.iy the nppearar.ee of
a inan who had struggled iu the water and
mud for life. His clothes were unboiled
mid he had the appearance of n man who
had simply v aided into the water in older
to wet his clothes,
This being the case, the question will
occur to the reader, why was not the news
of the affair ut oncu conveyed to relatives
iu this city or at least to the nearest neigh
bor in order that .search might have bcui
instituted nt once': This is a oiieslion we
do not propose to answer. Yesterday, in
cotivei'salion with the nearest neighbor, of
the deceased, we were informed that be
had visited this city on Wednesday last,
Mid Ihiil he would gladly have brought the
news, but that he knew nothing about the
affair. Why lie hud not been iniormed be
News was yesterday u.onting conveyed
to this city that Kohl, who had been left In
charge of thu house, while Mrs. Whitcainp
to creay ointments, deleterious tonics and o:-eu
was in this city, had made his escape. He
was seen day before yesterday at about four
o'clock in the evening sneaking away from
the house and avoiding, as much as possible,
the public road. If there was anything
wanting to fix the crime upon hiuq .this it
would seem, would be sufficient to prove
him guilty, He was seen to take the
narrow guage track and it was
supposed at first that he had lollowe I it
up. but a dispatch received by Officer Ho
g in yesterday evening, states that he had
not been .seen a'.ong the road. A reward of
has been offered for his arrest, by the re! i
tives in this city, and the oilers will
doubtless strain every nerve to
bring the villain to just:..-.
Kohl i.- five feet six inches in heighth; ha,
gray hair with beard and mustache; has no
butn.-ides. His face i red, and through
the skin the blue veins are plainly v;.dh.
Mr. Fr. d. Whitcamp. the nephew f to.
iiiMng man. was jestetday at work v i::.
commendable energy assisting the of!';.-.,-:,
iu working up "the case, and we also hi c
tli.it Mr. Henry Whitcamp is sparing i.
pains in bringing to light the facts in the
case. We hope, for the i,ke of all
concerned, that the matter may be cleared
up without the discovery of anything crii
A Wish Ruf-him.-- Tiie habit of aim.:,
ist-iing quiuiiie in powerful dos,.,, as an
antidote to malariil maladies, w, . n- .
dangerously common. Happily t:.:
practice has undergone a wide reform. No'
only th" public, out prolV-s-iona! m-u have
adopted, not wholly, of course, but largely,
Host"tt r's Stomach Bittrrs as a sile b e
auic i-ubst'.tr.te for the pernicious alk.il "l :
The consequences of this change are ino-t
important. Now fever and ague sUn'.Ter
iite cured, f lrmcrly their complaints
only for the time re;i"Ved, i,r half cure i -the
remedy eventually failing U pniutr
any appreciable ell'eCt. except the d .
wa re meteus-d, A rtire of the Bitv r-.
P'-rsi-tetitlv fo'low' d, breaks tin th" w-i-'
attacks an I prevents their return,. Tie- ev;
dence in lavor of tn:s .sterling specilic ai !
household m-dicine i- f i:o ti:n'i;g.:
character, but positvr an I s.i'istactory. and
the .i trei wle'nee it proeee is are Very n ;
at i nr. plan: i.r no:
I. M. K-outh. Cincinnati: C. E.
Troy. New York ; - P. (;.,; k, St.
S. Kowi:iski, St. Loei-; Fr.nk p,
cago: J, R. Farrow, Bhindville,
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runninghani. Lake provideiiee, f.i.: M
i hoeinaker. Lake I';o idencr. L
II. Knowls. Chicvg..; D. C. Wi'c
Padit'ih: E iith Bridges. Sikestoe,
P,. C. Pate, Carbon dale; N.J. Hick-,
bond ii,-: J. I). Judy, Mexico. !.: .'
McFad.nn. Mexico. Mo.: B.C. Cn
Clinton. Miss.: G. F. Lakin. Milan. '
S. Wood, Ironton, Mo., Win. MiieV i
bioii, UN.; ;. G. Ackerson, DeS.,t;
Wm. John-on and wif-, DS, M '0
ses Woo l, St. Loui: C. H. Davi-. ( 1
R. W. Willi.-. Metropolis:
Louisville, Ky.: W. S. S,
R. A. Bvonnan. Evan-vilh
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