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TI1K DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN ; WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1880.
KHALI, ADVER1 IHKMENTrt.
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS In lull culiimn. ol
tv Itnt-f a-b or Iran will no paltllolicd foritt
ttou on Innsrtlou ; 3 rnnvi. bu cenw; 1 week, l)j
monlh, 1 i; 3 miitiibK without clmnuv, fl.ui per
Montn. r-acn auamouai line, prorata, biiiiatioui
II. MAREAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllc 140 it, aroorcial avenue. Kesldence corner
Fourteenth Ht. and Waattinfiton avenue, Cairo
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornc No. Wi Commercial
EljhU and Mulb Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Elghta Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE :-WltU the Widows' aud Oorpnana' Ma
Oal Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
"VOCUM & BRODERIOK,
STAPLE ajtb FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO. - - ILLS.
fJIIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
H. L. HALLIDAY. Vice-President.
TUOS. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier.
B. TAAT8 TATI.0I1, W. P. HALLOW V,
VINUV L. UALLIDAT, K. U. CUNNINOHAM,
U. D. WILLIAMSON, STEPHEN BllSI),
II. II. CANDEK.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND 8ULD.
Dopasltsreceivcd and a central banking bnsiuesa
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Mnuulacturcr of and Dealer InAleu
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
tSPAU. KINDS OP JOB WOltK HONK TO ORDERS)
NO. 27, KKillTIt STREET.
C'AIKO, : lliaNOI
WOO) AM) COAL.
( W. WIIEELEl
Dealer iu all kinds of
Cord Wood. Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
.WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington mid
jLEXANDEIt COUNTY BANK,
Conunerrlal Avenue and Eighth Street'
F fliuiss President.
P. New. 'iru-Preideiit.
II. V i.i.i.s. i.'a-hler.
T. J . Ku:TU. As'lstunt Cashier.
V. Bro, Cairo: WIIHutn Kluw, Cairo;
rl.er Neff, Cairo! William Wolf. Culm:
C. M.Olerloli, Cairo; K. L. llilllneslev.Nt. Louis;
JE. lludor, Cairo; J. Y. Clemcou, Caluduula;
A GENERAL BANKING MUSINE8H DONE
IXCHANOEaold and bought. Inlcrt puld In
Id the havlnt; Department. Collrctlou uiudo
Utd all burned irumjti biuuiku to.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
Only Moruinir Daily in Southern Illinois.
ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, A8 SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPEKOF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
TCrneat II. ThlelPoko, City Kdltor.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In tbls column, Ave ceut jer lino, each
Wanted A boy to learn pregs work and
feed cylinder-presses. Apply at The Bul-
Fon Sale For cash, a new two-hun
dred dollar Mendelssohn tiiano. for 1125.
and the freight from factory. Apply at
I am prepared to pump out and repair
cisterns promptly and at prices to suit tho
times. Apply at No. 2 Winter's row; or
by postal card. J. S. Hawkins.
Cairo, April 20, 18S0.
COAL OIL STOVES.
A full stock of Westlake non-explosive
wire gauge coal oil stoves, the cheapest,
completest and quickest cooking 6tove in
the world. Also wire cloth for screens and
a full assortment of hardware, hollow ware,
fishing, tackle, etc., at A. Hai.ley's.
Commercial ave., opposite Seventh st.
ICE! ICE! PURE LAKE ICE!
b . M. Ward will enter the held acain
this season, with his ice warning, and will
, ... ..0-,
be prepared, as formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, in any part of the city, every day,
iu any quantity desired. The fact that he
will give the business his personal super
vision, furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rons will be promptly, faithfully and satis
The undersigned will, on and after
May 1st, be prepared to turnish our citi
zens a hrst rate quality ot ice cream,
echial in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced artist and cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial, Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nished at $1.25 per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards. Rodf.kt Hewett,
To my old customers and as many U2W
ones who read this, greeting: I am pre
pared to defiver in any part of the city ice
of best quality and at the lowest possible
price. I respectfully solicit your patron
age and irusrantce satisfaction. Ice box on
Eighth street, next to Bristol's, open at all
hours, day or night. Orders filled either
from wagon or at the ice box.
THE TIME AND PLACE.
The time is now, and the place is C. W.
Henderson's, corner Twelfth and Commer
cial, to buy Simmon's patent refrigerators.
A large stock, all sizes and prices, just re
ceived; also a full assortment of water-
coolers, fishing tackle, wire cloth for window
screens and a full stock of the celebrated
"White Mountain" ice-cream freezers.
Prices, "rock bottom."
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
For the accommodation of the public
generally, I have removed from the factory
building, corner of Seventeenth street and
Washington avenue, to No. 101 Commercial
avenue, where I urn better prepared to dis
play my large stock, consisting of household,
parlor and kitchen furniture, which for
quality, neatness and price cannot be sur
passed. C AMP CIIAIHS AND CHILDKFS's llf(i(iIE9
A specialty. Everybody is invited to ex
amine my stock. Remember the place, Sixth
and Commercial, next to Dan llartinann's
old stand. Respectfully,
Your porches aud lawns with the ciunamon
vine (Chinese Yam.) To all patrons and
readers of The Bulletin who desire them,
I will send by mail two fine yearling Tu
bcrs,averaging live inches long, on receipt of
10 cents in currency, coin, or postage
stumps, which will coyer expense of post
age and packing. I will also furnish older
and larger roots in proportion.
Address I. W. Buicos. I M.
West Maiedon, New York.
Order any time before the 15th of June
SALT'S ICE CREAM PARLORS
The warm weather is here and Phil. H.
aaup lias prepared lor it. He has estab-
lished himself in his new quarters next to
the corner ot highth street and Washing-
ton avenue, und is prepared to furnish the
best of ice cream and anything iu tho con-
fectiouery line, in any quantity, on short
notice, llis rooms tor the accommodation
of parties wish'ng to refresh themselves
with a plule of his delicious cream, are ele
gant and complete iu all tin ir appoint
incuts. He deserves, and no doubt will re
ceive the liberal patronage of our citizens
fil lininu !.. I.... A-V . ji t I
w,v ......... im, iftKeu in uirnisinng
n.em v, uu sucn an excellent establishment,
Give him a call,
Just received at The Bulletin ofllco
Btock of paper especially for "Hectograph
Counter, shelvings aud show cases. Now
Inquire at P. II. Scnun.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In them) columui, ton cent ucr Hue,
Yesterday evening Judge Green was
reported no better.
Mrs. James Gash will soon visit Dele
van, 111., to recuperate her health.
-Sirs. C. Close will soon leave the city to
visit her brother tit Independence, Iowa.
Our street crossings should receive the
nttcnVon of tho cit' Jllilc'r'
Mr. F. A. Miller, general passenger
agent of the Cairo and V'iucennes railroad
contemplates going to New York,
jonuson county itepuoiicaus nave in
structed their delegates for Grant. They
are also supposed to favor Cullom.
Mrs. Rexford, of Chicago, wife of He
ber Rexford, formerly of Cairo, is in the city
visiting her niece, Miss Frankie Rexford.
Frank Motealf, who has been iu attend
ance at tho Ann Arbor, Mich., medical col
lege, returned homo yesterday very sick.
The Central Archery Club will bend
il 1 . i m , m
me dow to-night at Mississippi Levee, near
Tenth street. Sec notice in another
Treasurer Parker received the asses
SQT' book8 from Couut' Clerk Humm, yes
iL-may, anu win at once proceed to mane
i lie rise in the lhio lias again
brought down a large amount of dritt wood
and hence our colored people are happy as
the day is long.
A number of our merchants have
found it necessary to reduce deride force
because of the present depression in busi
ness and the approachiug dull season.
-Geo. Olmsted received his commission
from Springtield, Ills, yesterday aud is now
prepared to transact all business nppei ain
ing to the office of police magistrate.
It was rumored yesterday that Bill
Scott ha.d nceivci money to use in the in
terest of Blaiue. Whether this be true or
not, it is certain that Scott is hard at work
Strawberries are beginning to come in.
A number of crates are sent here every
week, from the Bird farms over the river,
and are selling at "0 cents per quart box, in
The sipe water is again comiug up in
several places iu the city. The muddy ap
pearance of the water somewhat justifies
the belief of many, that the sewers are not
The life aud writings of Thomas Moore
will be the subject of.the exercises at the
meeting of the W. C. and L. A., which will
be held at the library-room, Wednesday,ut
3 ::J0 o'clock this afternoon.
A man, whose name we did not learn,
wasyesterday arrested at the instigation of
one Ambrose Brown for using offensive
language. He was tried before Squire Rob
inson and lined five dollars and costs.
Thos. Dunning was arrested by Officer
Jn-i. llogan for drunkenness vesterdav.
Squire Coinings lined him one dollar and
costs und upon the payment of the same
was permitted to shut the office door from
the outside and depart in peace.
The hundreds of people who take their
eye openers at the -Sew lork store pump
every morning arc responsible for the pres
ent deplorable condition of that faithful
servaut. The necessary repairs were being
mude on it yesterday.
The Reform club will give a picnic at
Glenn Fern on the T;li inst. As evert-
body knows similar enterprises superintend
ed by the club have furnish immeasurable
pleasure to all who attended, and we need
not feur that this time the attendance wiil
be anything but suia'l.
It may be of interest to some of our
readers who arc politically inclined, to learu
that conventions will be held to-day in
Tennessee, Wisconsiu and Miss'xsippi. nnd
ou to-morrow, the Oth inst., conventions will
be held in New Jersey, New Hampshire,
Marvland and Delaware.
Some portions of the sidewalk on the
west side of Washington avenue, between
Tenth and Eleventh streets are, and have
been for some time, sadly in need of re-
pans. It is to be hoped, that for the sake
of pedestrians, and visitors to the city,
they will receive speedy attention.
-From the Rutlnnd (Yt.) Herald, March
12th, lssi): "The Equitable should )t.
commended to the public, because every
policy becomes indisputable bv the terms
f the contract after three years, und every
J'W claim is paid promptly mid in full.
The society paid in 179 nearly live mil
Hons in death claims, dividends, etc.. and
closed lis books without a single contested
A level-headed cuhn'ige s.'.ys that il
your local paper happens to tread on vour
toes a little in pei firming its mission, don't
get your back up and abuse its editor, but
stop and tuky a good breath and thhk back
for a season nud see if you can remember
some of the favors and kindnesses it ban
shown you In the : past. Then rellcet that
it may not be long before you may want
Au anti-swearmg society has been in
existence in New York for over two years, render it wholly to the pursuit of one which
A member of tho society says there, is a may be beyond his reach? Tho state treas
penalty for each and every profane word ury was burglarized once unon a time, dur-
spoken, which sum must bo paid on the ing Smith's administration. Is ho not op
spot and Invested as tho brothers direct, prehensive of tho recurrence of snrli mu.
None ot the prominent politicians ot New
York are members of tho society.
Officers Hogin and Shcchnn yesterday
arrested on Commercial avenue, two ne
groes who had sold cuttle to various par
ties here in town, and whose actions
aroused the officers' suspicions. After tho
arrest they acknowledged that they had
stolen cattle in Pulaski county and
sold them here. A cow which they had iu
their possession is being held bv the offi
cers for the owner.
Miss Mary Dixon, tho elccutiomst, ar
rived in tho city day before yesterday and
will, utter a tew day's recreation, give our
people an opportunity of witnessing her re
iiiarkuble power. She is from Philadel-
phia.nnd was here some time ago.it will per
haps be remembered, and having travelled
extensively since then has gained an envia
bio reputation all over the country. The
.late of the entertainment will be announced
iu due time.
esterday morning the St. Charles
hotel was closed and turned over to the
owiurs. LnderMr. Robertson's manage
ment it maintained its reputation as a first-
class house in every respect and was pat
ronized as liberally while under his man
ugement, as it had ever been iu the past
We regret that so elegant a building should
be cloed and we join in the hope of his
many friends that Mr. Robertson ni:iy re
main with us and connect himself with
some other of our numerous good hotels
The storehouse of Mr. John Clancy at
the comer of Twelfth aud Commercial has
for some time been gradually moved fiam
its foundation by the presure of the earth
walk which the buildiug supports on one
side. City Clerk Foley says that he noti
tied Mr. Clancy of the effect the pressure
of the walk was having on the building
while it was yet time to remedy the matter
but that his advice was disregarded. It
was yesterday found necessary to dig up
the cinder walk in order to keep the build
ing from being shoved off its pins.
Mr. George Woods, thembpoct plas
terer who now languishes in our citv jail,
ias sent us two very lengthy poems for
publication. He is very good, and we ap
preciate bis attempt to assist us iu making
these columns interesting, Out he must not
k us to publish these productions of his
fertile brain. We will pay hi I' le. which
s fifty-one dollars and costs, if lie ssks it.
but we must refuse to parahze the indus
tries of the world by the publication ot his
The smokers of Cairo are all, from
youth to the "sear and yellow leaf," good
judges of cigars, and they have a greater
ariety and better assortment to choose
from than usually falls to the lot of r -i-
dents in small cities. Among all the variety
of good cigars offered to the public, the
one that seems to take the lead r id "lay
over'' all competitors, is a pure Havana
filler, bright wrapper, called the"Faultless,"
retailed at five cents and sold, wholesale
ami retail, by F. Korsmeyer, Ohio Levee,
corner Sixth street.
Tho trial of Mr. Henry Floyd for
forgery came up befoie Squire Comings
yiMerday afternoon. A change of venue
was taken to Robinson and the case pro
ceeded. Mr. Floyd was present with his
with his wife and child, the former sitting
beside him and the latter on his lap. He
exhibited coolness, bordering on indiffer
ence during the entire trial, yet lie
must have felt a deep interest.
Messrs. Black and Lek appeared lor the
defense and Attorney Mulkey for the prose
cution. The charge was "uttering, pub
lishing and passing forged orders." ;V'ter
hearing the evidence in the case the Sqr're
decided in favor of the prosecution, ami
held the prisoner to bail iu the sum of two
hundred dollars to appear ut the next term
of the circuit court which meets in July.
A dispatch sent from this city to the
Chicago Tribune concerning trie Republican
primaries held in this county says that "no
instructions were given, but it is believed
that of the twenty-five delegates selected a
majority favor Blaine for president." We
give he above as a sample
iu order to i"ustrate the reliability of the
dispatches sent to the various large jour
nals. Everybody here knows tliut the del
egates favor Grant almost to a man nnd
that Blaine wouldn't stand u ghost of a
show for the nomination if the Alexander
county delegates had the "say so" about it.
But the matter is easily explained. The
Tribune is a Blaine organ imd opposes
Grant's nomination very fiercely. This be
ing tit?1 case the dispatches sent to that
journal, are manufactured to agree with
the sentiments of its proprietors, no matter
at what sacrifice of tiie truth. '
It takes but a gh'-ice at our country
exchanges to discover that one of the most
indefatigable canvassers iu his own inter
est in this state is our state treasurer, Gen
eral Smith. He is a candidate for the gov
ernorship, and in aid of his ambition is
dancing up imd dow.t the slate, seeking
the new place at the lmtids of I he people,
lorgett'ng that the best claim ho has upon
their good will tho faithful, intelligent,
nnd conscientious performance of the du
ties belonging to the place which ho holds.
These seem wholly to be forgot: 'in in tho
chase for promotion. Hadn't General
Smith better devote a morsel of his time to
the duties of the ofllco he ' In. und not mr.
fortune unless he atteud strictly to busi-
CAIRO S PROGRESS.
A FEW OK THE NL'MEUOl'S IMPROVEMENTS
THAT HAVE BEEN MADE IN OIH MIDST
WITHIN A VEAU PAST.
If there bo one thing more than another
to make the outside world wonder, it is
surely tho extraordinary vigor and vitality
which is to bo fouud in Cairo,
notwithstanding that business is somewhat
lagging just now. In all the past history
of this wonderful city she has never beeu
more prosperous. This is attributable
chielly to the indomitable aud unyielding
spirit that pervades all our merchants. W
have not failed to notice that although
theru are always timid men
ready to predict evil foreboding:
wheu apparent difficulties present them
selves; yet when the braver and more reso
lute meet and successfully overcome what
seems insurmountable, then it is that all
classes again take heart and hope. Many
false prophets have predicted decay am:
death to our giant young city, but to- lay,
because of our strong, aud never
to yield men, even the most timid have con
eluded to discard their doleful lamentations
and join in the great rush of business pros
perity. The improvements which durim
the year past have been made in our midst
are truly remarkable and are worthy' of
coiumeut. As we sit at our desk am'
write this article we can thiuk of i
great number, which have been
made during the year past. We do not
pretend to give a full list from memory,
but the few we can recall to mind ate as
The Rose-Saup building a three-story
brick ou Commercial avenue, near the
corner of Sixth street.
Extensive repairs on the building form
erly occupied by Diiiiel Hirtman, owned
by Peter Saup.
Dan Hartman's large brick building ou
the comer of Ninth and Commercial.
Thos. W. Holiday's new residence.
IT 1 ' !
ii trace munous additional ouudiugson
Ninth street, between Washington ani
Chas. Pink's residence on the comer of
Ninth and (s-mimcrmf: t u
Paul G. Schuh's now drugstore a ha:id-
some brick building on Commercial.
F. Vincent's residence on Ninth sf t,
W. B. Gilbert's improvements about his
Mrs. Briback repairs on residence on the
comer of Twenty-first and Walnut.
Jim Gorman additions to his reidi.n. .
on Twenty-first street.
Jno. S;ro.it N'jw alditioas to resi
dence; new oarn and other improvements
about his premises.
F. Vincent, building commonly called
"Viucent's block," ou corner of Eighth
Extensive changes and repairs on the
Alexander county bank building.
residence ou the corner of Twenty-
third street and cedar has received an over
hauling. Jno. O'Donnell's residence near Peter
Cuhl's building repaired.
Dennis Driscoll's residence on the corner
of Twenty-eighth and Commercial has re
ceived a new foundation and general re
pairs. A small business house near the corner
of Fourth street on Commercial avenue.
E. A. Burnett improvements on te.-i-
lence on Tenth street.
Jacob Martin improvements about resi-
Two residences ou tho south side ot
Twefth, near Jefferson avenue.
Frame building removed from the cor
ner ot thirteenth street and Washington
avenue to same street on Poplar thorough
Mouroo Wooten small, new residence ou
Ed. Shnnnessy small new residence.
Henry Hickson repairs on residence.
Jno. Furguson residence repaired, near
New barn on the corner of Seventeenth
street and Jefferson avenue.
E. I). Pettit has built au addition ti his
store on Twenty-eighth street.
Chas. Galigher residence on the corner
of Twentieth street and Commercial re
New house built by Alex Berry on Thir
teenth street, between Walnut aud Cedar.
A new house on the corner of Fifteenth
and Walnut frame.
Keohlcr Bro.'s sausage factory on Seven
B. McMatnis new barn back of residence
on Fourteenth street.
W. F. Russell extensive repairs on the
building formerly occupied by the Hibern
ian tire company.
Milton Jeukeus tenement ou the cormr'
of Seventeenth and Poplar.
J. Ij. Reed a brick residence on Twen
Extensive repairs on the resilience of S.
P. Bennett on Twentieth street.
A frr.mc building on Twentieth street,
erected by J. B. Reed.
Kidney-Wont has proved a most effec
tive cure for piles ond constipation be
! a are aud try it.
TIIE COUNCIL LAST NIGHT.
TitK NEW MEMBERS ALL PRESENT A Ql'IET
MEETINfl A PETITION FOR TIIE HEDL'C
TION Olf SALOON LICENSE PRESENTED
A ItESOLl'TION AUOLISUINOTIIE OKNCE Of
CORPORATION COUNSEL OFFERED CUAS.
TIIRUPP APPOINTED CITV SURVEYOR,
Tho council met last sight, with Ids
honor, tho mayor, in the chair. All the al
dermen were preseut.
Tho proceedings of the previous meeting
were read by tho clerk, and on motion ap
proved. Reading of tho minutes of the
special meeting wero dispensed with on
motion of Alderman Smith.
Tho mayor then read his annual message
which contained numerous valuable sugges
tions, the principal points of which we
will endeavor to lay before our readers to
morrow. On motion of Alderman Halliday the
uddrcss was received and ordered spread
upon tho record at length.
The claim of A. Comings, for a per
centage on tho collection of back- fine,
was u motion of Alderman Paticr, al
lowed. Alderman Halliday then read the
report of the city treasurer which disdos I
uo unusual facts and which was, on mo
tion of Aldermau Patier, received, ordered
filed and printed with the proceedings. Tlie
monthly report of city comptroller war
then read and on motion, ordered printed
with the proceedings.
ib.'Iorts of the justices of the peace were
read aud on motion of Alderman Howley,
referred to the city attorney for approval.
The report of the city marshal was dis
posed of by being referred to the same gen
tiemau. Report of city jailer was read and order
ed filed. The report of the corporation
council was rea l an iou motion, of Alder
nun Pettit, placed on file.
Aldeiman Halliday then offered an reso
lution, changing the date of the fiscal au I
municipal year, to commence with May 1st,
and end with the last day of April, whieli
The report of the finance committee was
rea l, ordered received and pla.-ed on file.
Petitions being then iu order a petition,
signed by the residents of Twentieth street,
between Washington and Foplar, praying
that an old frame building in the neighbor
hood, be declared a nuisance, was read
and on motion referred to the police, jail
and fire department.
Another petition 1)vn real by tic
clerk, which prayed the council to reduce
the saloon license. It was signed by a'.l
the saloon keepers of the city and was
upon motion of Alderman Linegar referred
to the finance committee, with instruc
ts to report at the next regular meeting.
The salary bills for the city officers were
next read and ou motion of Alderman
IYtitt allowed and it was ordered that
orders be drawn on the citv treasury for
le respective amounts.
Resolutions being in order, Alderman
Howley offered a resolution tor the recon
struction of a sewer that has caved in on
Walnut, between Sixth and Seventh streets,
which passed. Alderman Halliday then read
i resolution, which, he said, he present
upon the request of our represenative in
congress. It was to the effect that sinco.
the government was about to construct a
numb 'r of ::ew hospitals, the city couticil
isk it to locate one of the buildings in
this citv. The resolution was adopted.
The bond of Health Officer Orr was thea
approved, with himself, Chas. Lancaster
a?id Wood Rittenhouse as securities.
Alderman Patier then introduced a reo-
Union to t'.ie effect that the office of corpor
ation counsel be abolished, which was re-
erred to the ordinance committee.
Alderman L;uegar offered a resolution
;xi:ig the salary ol the surveyor at nine
undrod dollars per annum. Alderman
?atier moved to amend it by reducing the
alary to six hundred dollars, which
was 1'iit. The original resolution was voted
on and carried. Mr. Charles Thrupp
was placed in nomination for the office of
surveyor and continued.
It being late.in the night, nominations
fr public officers were postponed until
next meeting, and oil motion, the council
A few days ago the Sun stated that the
body of mv sou had been found at Cotton
Wood I'oiut, and that to-morrow (the day
after the statement appeared in the Sun) I
would go after it. This was not true. I
had already gone dow a to James Bayou
twelve hours before and found it was not
my son but the body of a stranger. I
write this and ask you to publish it so that
I may be set right with my friends.
The first meeting of the "Central Arch
ery Club" for the season will bo held from
11 to 7 o'clock, this, Wednesday evening, at
the Mississippi Levee, foot of Tenth street.
Members of tho club and all others inter
ested in the sport are requested to attend.
By order of tho secretary.
A household need. A book on tho
liver, its diseases nud their treatment sent
free. Including treatises upon liver com
plaints, torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness,
headache, constipation, dyspepsia, malaria,
etc. Address Dr. Sanford, 103 Broadway,
New York City. N. Y.
Ouh drug stores aro now supplied with
"Malt Bitters," tho new food medicine
which has dono so much good and comes
to us so highly recommended. Try it. It
may save you heavy doctors' bills.