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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1880.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN
; TIIE FIRST AND OR EAT EST
PICNIC OF THE SEASON !
SUNDAY, MAY 123, 18S0
Under tne management of tnc Comlque Baud.
flpcll tralui leate Clro it B:00a. m., 10:90 i. m.,
4 p. bi. aim ai tt.-mp. .... ,.....
wulleav.tb. drove t 5:45 p. m
ltound Trip 5 Cent?.
No Improper Characters will ' be AlloweJ
on the Ground.
BANCUVO KUKK I'O ALI,.
Tb member, of the Hand pledge tbeuwelven l
prtnerve eoudorder Knd will bare couuly oflU-ern
onlbe ground toailt tbem If ncce.anrv.
Cairo Temperance Reform
Wednesday May 26, 1030.
j. Fine String Band
AND TIIE NOTED
Will aceosqtauv the excureinn.
Trin will Iev'e Cairo and Vincenues depot at
o'clock a. m . .topping at Teutb, Fourteenth,
rwentietb and Thlr'y-.econd Direct.
Fare for Round Trip, Fifty Cents..
v Children onder tpht years FKEE. No half fare.
ENTERED AT TIIE P06T OFFICE IN CAIKO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTEtt.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COCNTY.
Ernest II. Thieleeke, City Kditor.
Only Morninff Daily in Southern Illinois.
Siumai Ornoi. i
Cairo, 111., Maj.'. IssO (
6 a.tn 3.W
7 ' 8110
10 " 30.14
8 p. nj., K0.u.'i
Ther. Unm. Wind. Vtl Weher,
Maximum Temperature. ',7 ;
peratiire. .V'; Kainlall o.OJ Inebs.
River ito feet 4 lucliea. Kjc ', Inches.
W. II. KAY.
Serir't SiL'tial Corn., I'. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In this column, five ceutf per II:. e, each
Counter, shelvings ami show cases. New.
Inquire at P. II. Schcji.
TIIE 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 lull assortment of water
coolers, fishing tackle, wire cloth for window
Hcrecus and a full stock of the celebrated
"White Mountain" ice-cream freezers.
Prices, "rock bottom.''
To my old customers aud as many aiw
ones who read this, greeting: I am pre
pared to deliver in any part of the city ice
of best quality and at the lowest possible
price. I respectfully solicit your patron
age and guarantee satisfaction. Ice box on
Eighth street, next to Bristol's, open at all
hours, day or night. Orders filled either
from wagoa or at the ice box.
COAL OIL STOVES.
A full stock of Wtstlake iion-cxplo:,ivc
wire gauge coal oil stoves, the cheapest,
completest and quickest cooking stove in
the world. Also wire cloth lor screens and
a lull assortment of hardware, hollow ware,
fishing, tackle, etc., af A. 1Iai.m-.yV.
Commercial ave., opposite Seventh st.
The undersigned will, on and after
May 1st, lie prepared to furnish our citi
zens a first rate quality of ice crMin,
equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, nude fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
mailo iiy un experienced artist and cannot
lal to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, comer Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will bf fur
nished at 1.2.' per gallon in quantities fn.ui
one gallon upwards. Roiikkt II kwf.tt,
SALT'S ICE CREAM PARLORS.
The warm weather is here ami Phil. II.
Saup has prepared for it. He has estab
lished himself in his new quartets next to
the corner of Eight li street and Washing
ton avenue, and is prepared to furnish the
Lest of ice cream and anything in the con
fectionery line, in any quantity, on short
notice. J lis rooms tor the accommodation
of parties wishing to refresh themselves
pith a plate of Ids delicious cream, are ele
gant a:id complete iu all their appoint
ments, lie deserves, and no doubt will re
ceive the liberal patronage of our citizens
for the pains he has taken in furnishing
them with such an excellent establishment.
Qive him a call.
.' ICE! ICE! PURE LAKE ICE!
; F. M. Ward will enter the Held again
this season, with his ice wagons, and will
be prepared, hs formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, in any part of the city, every d.iy,
' in any quantity desired. The fact that he
will give tho business his personal super
vision, furnishes a guarantee that his pat-
'ron will be promptly, faithfully and satis,
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Two show cases, one- Gcrnimi silver and
ono walnut. Apply at the Chicago Cash
Store, corner Twenty -eighth and Commer
t SOMETHING NEW I
Lock out for Etck Sausaoes,
every Saturday, at Frank Klein's butcher
shop, Washington avenue, between Seventh
and Eighth streets.
HINGE WINDOW LOCKS,
Harvey's patent. The neatest, cheapest
and completest window fasteners out. Costs
but 1)5 cts. per window ; fastcus either sash
wherever it is desired. Any person can put
them on. Sold only by Lancaster & Rice.
Tinted or cleaned by the new liquid pro
cess, at J. Burger's. Old plumes can be
changed so that no difference can be detect
ed between them and the new; an item of
economy for ladies to make a note of. Or
ders left at the store will receive immediate
attention. The liquid is also kept by me in
bottles for sale with full directions for its
use. J. Dl'imer.
REFORM CLUB PICNIC.
Excursion tickets to Glen Fern will be
placed for sale Friday morning at Fourth
street depot, Coleman's book store and
O'llara's drug store. Full regular rates
will be charged on train to those having
no tickets. Stops will be made to take
passengers at Tenth, Fourteenth, Twentieth
aud Twenty-eighth streets.
F. A. Miller,
General Passenger Agent.
Members of the above named society are
respectfully requested to atteud theirregular
meeting in their hall on Eighth street, on
May 20th next, at 8 o'clock p. ui. Nomin
ation of officers and other business of im
portance will come before the meeting.
Phillip Heims, Secretary.
Cairo. May 20th, 19S0.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice la these columns, ten cent per line,
The ice cream peddler has made bis
appearance upon our streets.
The temperance army meets in the Re
form hall again this afternoon.
The usual services will be held iu all
the churches, except the Methodist, to-duy.
Col. Dan Rice delivers his lecture,
"The New Departure," at Cobden to-morrow
Go picnicing with the hand boys. Thou
sands will gather at Cunningham's grove,
Holiday's "P. C." Patent flour. A
reat favorite. Sold by Yocuru & Biod-
A notice elsewhere requests the atten
dance of the members of the Cassino so
ciety in the hall of the society on the 2G'h
Strawberries were cheaper last night
than tbey have been this season. They
sold for five cents per boy. retail, on Eighth
We have on hand a lengthy communi
cation signed B. W., for the production
of which we lacked the space thU morning.
It will appear Tuesday.
The ladies of St. Patrick's church, who
gave the strawberry festival iu Reform ball
on Tuesday last, cleared not less than one
hundred and twenty dollars.
Call round and see the ladies' lap
boards, something new and useful to every
lady. For sale only at Ihrtuian's crockery
store, Ninth and Commercial.
Buy tlie "Daisy" if you want a choice
flour at a low price. Sold by Yocum &
Mr. C. O. Ptttier, who attended the
state convention as one of the delegates
from this county, has been chosen oik: of
the delegates to the national convention.
The Ri.-v. Noiirse, who opened the
Springfield convention with ptavi.r, gave
the Almighty to understand in pretty plain
language that lie was a stalwart Republi
can. Governor Cullom was nominated for
governor by the Springfield Convention.
Full particulars co'n -rnuig the nomina
tions of other st'ite oiliccrs will be found
on our lii st page.
Owing to the absence of Rev. Whit
taker there will be no preaching in the
Methodist chinch to-day. Class meeting
and Sunday school will, however, beheld
at the usual hours.
Services will be held in the German
Lutheran church at the usual hour in
the morning and an English
sermon will be preached in the evening.
Everybody is cordially invited.
A choice family Hour is Holiday's un
equalled "Cleopatra," warranted to give
satisfaction. Buy of Yocum A l!;o lerick.
We are under obligation to somebody
for a nice little lot of fine sausages. Hut
the fact, that we do not know who the
donor is shall n it mar the joy we will
certainly find in devouring them.
Mr. Pat Clancy will soon commence
s line very I'liten.sive improvements on his
brick building on Ohio Levee, near the
corner of Fourteenth street. He proposes
to have a stone foundation placed under it,
mid have it painted and wall-papered.
G. D. Williamson & Co. yesterday re
ineiuboredTiiEBi:i.i.ETis,nnd their remein
berunccs came in the shape of half a dozen
boxes of fine, largo strawberries, and
were accepted with flunks. Our readers
will Und plenty more, where these came
The "Sylph" always gives satisfaction.
The best flour in the market. Sold by
Yocuiu & Broderick.
Officer Wiins yesterday arrested one
Daniel Haley for raising a rumpus while iu
an intoxicated condition. He was called
upon to answer for Ins condition before
Justice Olmsted, but his excuse being "as
thin as charity," he was lined the usual
amount, which lie produced.
Tho people ot Ballard county, Ky
who a short time ago voted for the removal
of the county scat from Blandvillo to Wick
litre, are still unsettled about the matter.
Tho citizens of Blandvillo have filed papers
contesting the election, and the result is
that all operations in the way of building a
new court house have beeu suspended.
John Jenks was tried for intoxication
by Justice Olmsted yesterday. As a drunk
ard this gentleman is a great deal like
Capt. Cuttle's watch "equalled by few and
excelled by none," and the Justice doubt
less wishing to make an example of him,
fined him not the usual one dollar, but
two dollars and costs.
Mr. F. J. Guth, representing the well-
known shirt manufacturing house of
Roberts & Co., Springfield, Illinois, is at
Louis llerbet's, and lovers of a perfect
fitting shirt, should not neglect giving .Mr.
Guth their measure. If he should not
happen,' to call on you, look him up you
won't regret it.
The 29th inst. is designated by the gov
ernor of this state as the day lor the proper
observance of the decoration ceremonies.
So far as we know, the committee having
the matter in charge at Mound City, has
not yet secured a speaker for the occasion,
nor have any other arrangements been
Mr. Thos. Sproat, whose (all from a
Mississippi Ceutra! train we chronicled yes
terday, is apparently improving. He was
conscious at five o'clock yesterday morn
ing, for the first time since he received the
fall, but remained so only a few minutes.
He is by no means out of danger, but is ap
parently slightly improved.
Halliday's flour in any quantity from
one pound up. Every pound guaranteed.
Headquarters for the Cairo trade at Yocum
The way she wears the spring head
gear has eliminated the following from the
She pissed down the street i!b a uiately t.-eud,
She uodded, and mailed and langbed:
Wb'.U- her bonnet cltini? en to the bark of lu-rtea l
Aiil nailed a. one, merrily, aft.
She looked u though nhe bad left the d' c".
Unable her bonnet to find,
And it Lad rushed out, a f be passed ou before
Ami was harrying on behind.
A resolution was passed at the last re
gular meeting by the city council to the ef
fect that the Cairo and Vincennes railroad
should lower its track to the established
grade within thirty days after the passing
of the resolution. The company has so far
made no eilbrt to comply with the request,
and since a compliance therewith will put
it to a great deal of trouble, it will doubt
less not hurry itself about the little matter.
Judgement wis rendered, last Tuesday,
in Judge Yocum's court against deliquent
lots and lauds iu Cairo and Alexander
county. Sales for taxes will commence in
a few days. We give this item of news for
the benefit of tax-payers, who put off pay
ing until the la?t minute, that they may
know the last minute has come that any
further delay is liable to cost an additional
2 j per cent, above the present one per cent, a
Tiie suits instituted against John
Ioc!:cr and Gus Rotto in Police Magistrate
Olmsted's court, for keeping their saloons
open on last Sunday with the intention of
selling liquors, cum; to an abrupt termina
tion yesterday morning. Tho city was un
able to produce u'iy evid.-nce tending to
prove thecharge, and City Attorney Hen
dricks promptly entered motions to dismiss
the r-uits. which in itions were sustained by
the court, and the parties were discharged.
Mr. Sanders' hors-;, attached to a de
livery wagon, while standing in front of
Macuinmon's meat shop, on Washington
near the comer of Tenth, became fright
ened and flashed up the street after the
usual fashion of frightened horses. We
have forgotten what route l': took, nor is
this of much consequence. Suffice it to
say that his "wild career" was a short one,
but that nevertheless he managed to break
the wagon before he was brought to a stand--still.
Dr. Li Victor Pleides De Orion in in
the city. Arrived yesterday by piivafe
river conveyance. Dr. De Orion is willing
an I anxious to deliver his lecture, "Health,
Wealth, tmd How to be Happy," free to a
Cairo audience if a lull and audience can
he secured for him Monday night, Mr. Pot
ter, of the Argus, ms authori.ed us to
make any arrangement we see proper on
his account, (which is very kind of Mr.
Potter) but our numerous duties interfere
wiih our des'-e to ii' commodate liroihcr
P. Consequently he will have to look after
the little details in the doctor's matter
The Cairo Social and Lilcrar associa
tion, composed of the finest tal
ent in the city, will give their literary en
tertainment in Hartinau's hall on next
Thursday evening. Much tim and atteii
ti.m has been given" to the preparations for
this , entertainment and our citizens
may expect a ruro treat. The
program me, as will bo seen in another col
tiiun, is highly interesting and gives a suf-
ficent guaranteo that tho entertainment will
be among the fluest given this year. The
hall is an elegant ono being expressly
l,uilt for such occasions, and is destined to
b one of tho most popular places of amuse
ment iu the city.
Early yesterday morning the attention
of Officer Ilogan was attracted to the Hotel
De Winter by the report of a pistol in front
of that building. Upon arriving there he
found two white men both of whom were
flourishing pistols, and placed them under
arrest. They were named respectively Ho
race Major und James Manning, and re
ceived their trials yesterday afternoon, the
former appearing before Justice Olmsted
and the latter before Squire Comings. A
fine of ten dollars and costs were assessed
against Mr. Major and a fine of twenty-five
dollars and costs were ussessed against Man
ning, but he was given u "stay" und had
the pleasure of walking out of town.
The fact that our circuit court will
conveue in July and that during th-t term
several important cases will be tried, re
minds us that there are men iu Cairo who
look upon the position of "juryman" iu our
courts as a good situation, paying a dollar
and a half a day and grub. When such
men get on a jury they are loth to find a
verdict until a few dollars are realized as
fees and their internal arrangements are
stuffed with good victuals. When tin y feel
that they have a week's supply stored away
they may be induced to consider the return
ing of a verdict but not until then. Thee
men behfng to the race known os "profes
sional jurymen," a race, unhappily, not yet
extinct iu Cairo.
It is not an uncommon thing to see in
newspapers, articles scoring the business
men of the town and vicinity where the pa
per is published, for not advertisng, and
thus "support the paper." It has always
boen our opinion (although we have not
until lately had a chance to express it)
when seeing such articles, that there was
something else at fault besides these men,
that they do not advertise. There is an
other notion that we have always indulged,
(an 1 it maybe extremely unprofessional),
that is, that business men are under no obli
gations to advertise, simply to give support
to a newspaper. In other words, the news
paper stands on its own bottom the same as
any other profession, and merchants are
under no obligations to advertise unless
it pays them to do so. In our opinion it is
fact that there are some merch
ants who make a tad mistake in not adver
tising; and we may sometimes siy so,
but certainly not that it is their duty to do
this for the purpose of "sustaining the
paper," but simply to help themselves.
These same men, however, may have an
opinion that they cau better run a news
paper than we can, and we would enlist
and fight to the death in sustaining their
rights to think and say what they please
on the subject; in a word, we entertain
u opinion iu reference to other
industries that we are not perfectly
willing should be returned in reference to
Tut; Bcllei in. The idea that
t ie newspaper business stands peculiar to
others, only mechanically, is a false one,
and the one that they exist as a sort of
piuper, to be supported because they are a
"home organ," or a "party organ," is one
that every respectable newspaper should
condemn. In plain words, a paper that
does not make it.seif worthy of patronage,
is not entitled to any. Whenever a paper
makes itself a necessity in u community,
the citizens are very apt to find it out; and
they give it support not because they de
sire to keep the paper alive, but because it
pays them to patroni.e the establishment.
We believe the above opinion is founded
ou fact, but whether it is or not, it is oi u
opinion, and we give it gratuitously.
The other day, iu conversation with
one of the most iu'elligeat fanners of tins
county, who frequently visits this city, we
were told that the worst enemy Cairo and
Alex in ler county had at the present time
was Mr. Mar'.iu Gladden, the agent of the
eoloic I eininigrantion socieiy, stationed at
this point. "At Podges' Park, where I
live," said this fa'Uter, "there are now sta
tioned not less than thirty colored men,
some of them with families, ami all ol
them destitute'. These poor deluded be
ings, although they can find no employ
ment, will not leave the place, because they
have been made to believe that the
future will abundantly reward them
for theii present sufferings, They live, like
so many cuttle, iu a miserable shanty, and
all under one roof ami spend their time in
smoking their pipes and singing religious
songs." We asked the gentleman how they
managed to keep their souls and bodies to
gether, since they were without means and
without work, to which he renlied that this
was a mystery to him mid t the people of
Hodges Park generally. But a gentleman
standing near by, venture 1 to remark, in re
ply to our question, that "time and the
chicken roosts about tho Park would
sufficiently answer." The question being
thus settled, the firmer continued: "You
must know that these peoplo ant ol the
most undesirable class, since they are ol
low habits an 1 many of them are brulal
and dishonest. Their presence does not
add to tlia wealth of the county, but it only
increases the amount of unskilled labor, if
which we already had too much belore
thuir orrivid. Gladden has not only sta
tioned these poverty stricken people at
our place, but has 'distributed,
them' all over the . county,
and tho sootier Cairo gets rid of him the
better for tho county." This talk will of
A-gain to the lront !
PALACE CLOTHING HOUSE
SPEING- STYLES, 1SSO.
Our .Stock oi
SWUNG CLOTHING spuing
AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
For Men, Youths' and Boys' wear, is now Ready for Inspection, Examination and Sale.
We aim to be Surpassed by none, Equalled by few and Envied by all, in our efforts
to Clothe suitably and Economically, all who will favor in with their patronage.
During the Spring and Summer we propose to offer a line of "oods
SECOND TO jNTOiSTE
In this part of the country, and we shall at all times endeavor to keep our prices
WITHIN THE KEACII OF ALL.
Our working expenses are very light in comparison with our bu-iness needs, there
fore SMALL PROFITS and quick returns will pay ii, better than to hold our goo I
for fancy figures.
We respec'.tully solicit your patronage aud
G arantee Satisfaction in Every Transaction !
13 TJ II G It 11 B H OS.,
No. 108 Commercial Avtnmo No. 108
course surprise Mr. Gladden, who pretends
w ueneve mat uiuiougn tie receives pay
tor his services) he is very self-swriticing
and is performing a religious duty iu the
discharge of which he should have the
unqualified support of all good men. That
he has been employed to fill this congres
sional district with darkies Mr no -other
reason than , to make it surely Re
publican, there is no earthlv doubt.
nor is there anv doubt
mat lie knows that he has- been ,ic liictory of the i is. Hnnkii. t;ins vim tit
pmi'm-wl for tin- K,,.,!,,-, p,,. p:th by Extrcii'e.Iirl.eo JlTylor. W ceu'
emp.oyeU lor tills purpose. Lut.Kllb fer Women. Ilrt.eo 11 Tailor. .V-cent
of course, he denies this h his mild-nun-
nere4 way and feigns ignorance on the sub
ject. He is a gentleman of not sufficient
en..r.rv tn Keomnn'i ,,. lft 1... i. R"'"' extra. Mom of the book, arealnopjb
tntrgj to aicompus,, any goo i, but. i:UwuB line edition and fine binding, at bigaer
his indolence, is working wonders of mi '?!', r,.' , ,. , ,.
,. . ? p-criptivc Catilotrucn and terms to cluba fent fr e
We received, yesterday, from Syracuse,
"The National Citizen and Billot Row" 9
woman's rights journal which contained5
fjVer tile si'-M-itnre . .f t nrhovv it'
call for a woman's mass meeting, to bo he!
at Chicago. Iu order that we should no'r
overlook this call it was marked with
plue pencil, but for tear that we might, a
we do many other marked paper, cast i
aside without notice, there were written O'.i
the margin the words, "P!..msc notice,
which, to please Miss Susan, we will accord
lugly do. However much the growling!
"lords of creation" may deride the efforts of
the womau-siiffragis'.s to obtain the right to
vote, no one can deny to them the virtue of
perseverauce. For a do.en years or moreif
they have sandwiched the national political
conventions with conventions of their own.
the first to implore recognition at
the hands of the convened "lords."
and the second to denoui.ee the lords for
their failure to re -agnize them. Failure.
scorn, rebuffs have been the Imrvc-t they
garnered from their sowing; but, cotiti Jei.t
that the seeds they scatter will soone; or
later germinate, they continue to scatter
them. On the ','nd of June they meet in
convention in Chicago, and wiil, in pur
suance of cus:om, organize a raid on the
Republican convention to be held the day
following. They will, of course, imphuv.
tnd then threaten plead the enormity of
"taxation without representation" to
which they are subjected: por.ray
their helplessness and weakness b-fire
the law, and there, as if inspired to resent
ment by a contemplation of their wrongs,
they will threaten to coinpas the utter rout
and permanent overthrow of the party that
refuses to give them the aid and comfort
they seek, and to which, as they fervently
insis'it, "nature's iaws and nature's God"
most manifestly entitles them. Of cour-e.
the natural gallantry of the Republican del
egates will inure to the female "freedom
shriekers" a civil and courteous reception
und hearing: they will refer the demand
for a female su.l'iage plank in the
party's platlorm to the committee on
resolutions, and that committee, unre
strained by the presence of the tonguey
petitioners, will unceremoniously consign
the "demand'' to the capacious and ever
present waste basket. The usual howl of
virtuous indignation will follow, of course;
ami petticoated orators, from a hundred
rostrums at once, will proclaim 'their con
tempt for the party ot "great moral ideas"
that is afraid to do right, and correct
what its leaders and most inllucntial
members confess to be n stupendous
wrong toward women, and a standing
shame to our advanced civilization. This
paroxysm of rage ami resentment assuaged,
the same determined band of females will
organize a like assault upon the convention
to be held in Cincinnati; and, failing there,
will heap upon the heads of representative
iHnocrais a great torrent of anathemas,
strong ami stinging. But, really, have the
learned ladies engaged in this movement
any good reason for anticipating the adop.
tio.t of their ism by either uf the great po
litical organizations' Leading women
suffragists tell us, that if the ques
tion were submitted to the decision
of the women alone, it would
scarcely carry in a single state of the
I'nioti. If this bo true, it is scarcly rea
sonable for them to exptct that cither
party can be persuaded, cajoled or fri 'ht-
ne t into an attempt to foist upon the w
.,., of tll, couutr, a ...i:.:,., ,,,. whtVll
3 " .......
they, themselves, are ready to declare ts-y
do not want. The time may come an 1 we
hope will come when the zealous women
righters of M-day wn.L realize a full fruition
of their presvm hopes: but they mu.-t (and
we bay it in no tantalizing mood) "wait a
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fifr"ry we. in cent No, fi a year
fll rary Macnzinc, bound volume. iiOcenu
ff'VL" from tbe Diary of an old lawyer, ti
.ach of the above hound in cloth If by n.ii,
er by (it ret. Fradim ofone dollar b. be
'Jnbune Building, New York.
ILIUNG AT CINCINNATI,
fosinir JUNK Gtli. lH-rO
uMATJC STEAM ENGINES
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS MUTUAL
We have carefully watched the progress
of this society, from its incipiencv to Re
present time, noting its constant increase
of members and the cxVut of territory
embraced within iis membership. We
wt-re cognizant of the fact that its mem
bership was scattered over a majority of
s; ites in t he Union and Canada. But we
confess our surprise, that while in pursuit
ot items, to learn that on yesterday, in ad
dition to issuing a number of certificates of
membership for persons in this and other
states, six were iVucd for Linco'n county,
in Can ila, aud six for Lancashire. Eng
land. This society cannot longer be con
si iejed an experiment but a lixed institu
tion, whi.di bids fair to beo me one of the
h-a ling societies of the kind in Amend.
INTERESTING TO FARMERS.
Farmers and all nthes in making invest
meiits or purchases are always glad to know
where and how they fan do the best. If a
fine buggy or draft harness is wanted,
manufactured from the very best inaterial.iT
good saddle for either man or woman, or in
fact saddlery or harness of any description,
the largest, newest and most complete stock
will always be found at Wm. Lrinvio
Co.'s l'.'l Commercial avenue; also a full
stock ot curry combs, brushes, bridles, hal
ters, harness oils, whips, collars, hames,
straps, lines, buggy cushions.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
For the accommodation of the public
generally, I have removed fivni the factory
building, corner f Siventeenih street and
Washington avenue, to No. 101 Commercial
avenue, where I am better prepared to dis
play my large stock, consisting of housclm-ld,
parlor and kitchen furniture, which for
quality, neatness and price cannot be sur
passed, CAM!' I IIAIUS AMI (IULIUIKN's WOOlES
A specialty. Everybody is invited to ex
amine my stock. Remember the place, Sixth
and Commercial, next to Dan Hartmann's
old stand. Respectfully,
Wm. Ek'ii iiokk.
A kind ol' lethargy ot the kidneys and
bladder is sometimes exhibited which it is
very desirable m overcome iu its incipieiicy,
as this symptom is but the forerunner of
di-ease. Whin these important mid sensi
tive organs grow dormant they may be safe
ly' stimulated with llostettcr's Stomach
Bitters, which in connection with its tonic
and alterative, possesses useful diuretic
properties. As it is through tho kidneys
that the blood is strained, surrendering cer
tain liquid impurities injurious to health,
it will be seen that by promoting tho ac
tion of the kidneys, the Bitters serves the
double purpose of keeping them from fall
ing into a state of morbid dogeneration,
and also of depurating the blood. That
fluid is also enriched by this supreme mod
icinc, and the bowels, stomach and liver
Invigorated and regulated by it. As a gen
eral invigornnt ulso It lias the highest reputation.