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ME -.DAILY .. CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1878.
NEW SERIESNO. 1 1 7
IROCKRH AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
TRATTON & BIRD,
57 OHIO LEVEK.
3EXTS AMERICAN POWDER COMFY
T. Bihd. MlMoart.
Arrival and Departure of Train.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
tprea ,, J:lJ p.m. 1:10p.m.
ill v a, fuOa.ra. 9:40p.m.
.(flii 7:40a.m :OUe.m.
vlithtt 1:80 p.m. 4:S0p.ui.
C.'AIHO ASU VINCF.NNES KA1LUOAD.
,11 10:00 p.m. 4:45 a.m.
. LOUIS, I. M. ANt SOUTH BUS RAILROAD.
:pre R:0t)a.m. g:0up.m.
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS RAILROAD.
iroonh Kiprnn 8:11 p.ni. 10:0ue.m.
irphyahoru Accommodation .l'':iO p. tn. K:15p.iu.
Except bunuay. ttxcepl Monday.
KNERAL DELIVERY open 7:'Mi a. ui.: doot
I p in. ; bunday : H to V t. oi.
Money Order Deparlmeut open at 8 a. m. ; doee
a p. m.
rtirotixh Expre. Mall via Illloola Central and
itaiitlppl Central Raliroadt cloae at 14:30 p. m.
I'alro and Fooler Biuft" 'Ihrouub and Way Mall
rt at W::t0 o. m
Wav .Mall via Illlnola Central, Cairo and V In
ane and Miti.ippl Central Hallroed cloe at
Way Mall fur Narrow Gauge Railroad cloeee at 8
K.'eiroand Evanivllle River Ronte dote at 8:30
. dally (except Friday).
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route to
Bt. Louis and Chicago
IIR only road rnnnlnf two dally train from Cairo
making dlrert connection with Eatero line. . ,
ruits'J leave Cairo l:loo. m.: rant ex-
. arriving In St. Loun :M p. m.; Cb.lcego8:30
m. ; i:iu p. m.: vinciunau iuq iivunnu.
ue. arriving in Cincinnati at 8:05 a. m. ; Loultvlll
UO a. m.; udlinapo',1 4:l a. m. raweoger oy
I tram arrive at above point
12 TO 3 HOURS IN ADVANCE
or any other route,
inn m. FH Mall, with tleepera attached, for
0 ST LOUIS and CUICAOO, arrlvlot; In bt.
ula at 8:10 p m. ; Chicago at 8 30 p. m , couneci-
at Ooln or r.aingiiam tor hbcibubu, wunrai.
FAST TIME EAST.
i . WVVT.VV's by thl Hue en through
A5M5hNurUO ,i the Et without any
law r.n.i-il ). Kunrtav Intervening. Tbe batur-
it afternoon train Irotn Cairo arrive in .New York
7 . i ,...r. 'I'l. i k.tnpa In ail.
onaay morning ai iv mm-",- -
mce of any other route.
Advrtimeiil of competing line that they
ake belter time than tbl one are lued either
rooeh Iznrtrance or a ai-ire to miunu m puun .
kila Ceutral itailroad demit, Cairo
Irvou are a man of bnaineaa, weakened by the
irain of your dmlei, avoid itlmulauta and uk
If yoa are man of letter, tolling over your mid
night work, to realor brain and nerve watte, take
If you are young, and tuirertiig from any India
cretlou or dlaaipatlon, take
If yoa are married or tingle, old or young, luffer
lag Iroui poor health or languishing on
a bed of aides, take
Whoever you are, wherever yon are, whenever yoa
fuel that yonr ytem need cleantlng, toulug
or tltnulallng, without Intoxicating, take
Have you dyipepila, kidney or urinary complaint,
dlneane of tbe atomacb, bowel, blood, liver, or
nerved You will be cured If you take
If yoa are ilniply ailing, art weak and low iplr
ild,trv ltl Buy It. Iuit upuult.
Your druggiat keep It.
It may aav your life. It he- aaved hundred.
DVEIX0 AND KKXOVATIXG.
yOlR OLD CLOTHES
CAN l aiilTLTt'LLT
DYED Oil Hi:PAIlED
At a Trlflliiif xpeme-C. O. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
14T Ladle and Gent' old hat made new.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TTTTTTT JipEXTH YEAR.
I The Cairo Bulletin entera upon It
IIII tenth year with a complete new
it outfit and a determination to make
ll In .11 riniut. miir1 V, w tim antinnpl
IinilHII of it patron "
E publlsted Every Morniu?,
EEEEEEE i mosdats excepted.
It will eabrar to It coiumLi dally
Mayor Henry Wlntei?v
'I rennurcr-U. P. I'arker -V ,
tlouinelor-Wiii. B. Ollhert
Jliirshal-f. D. Arier.
Attorney YV. Q. MiOi e.
Police Majfltirute J. 3. Bird.
hoard or Al.ur.lltllN.
FlxMt Ward Cino. Yocuru. Wav O'Callahan.
Second Ward-Wood ItiilenhoUM, N. B. ThU.lt
wond. Third Ward-W. P. Wright . Julio Wood .
Fourth Ward -Cbarlve O. pall-r, D. J. Foley.
Filth Ward-T. W. Halllday, Chat. LaocMtor.
Latest News, i
Circuit Jadge-D. J. Buker.
t:ircultClerk-J. A. Hieve.
County Judge It. 8. Yorum
County Clerk S. J. Ilumin.
County Attorney VY. C. Mulkev.
Counly Treaurer A. J. Aldu.'
Corouer it. Fitztrerax.
Counly Commiioufr T. W. Halllday, it. V
Brown. Ceo. W. Bammou.
AFHICAS M. E. Pourloeulli atreet, between
Walnat and Cedar tretti; tftrviie Sabbath 11
a. m. and 7:H0 p. ru ; bondny School l:8Up. in.
CHRI9TIAV--'Elghteenth ttruot: tntelmg Beb
buth 10:D0p. u.; prefcchinif oucaeiODaliy.
CI1UBCH OF TDK BEDKEMER EpttcopaU
Fourteontb atreet; Murning prayer (babbatb)
1U:30 a. in.; evening prevent, ?::w p.m.; Habbatb
chool 8 a. lu. Kev. Ut. J. Dillon. Lee, Rector.
IIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH,
Preachlng at 10:30 a. m., 3 p. ni., and 7:80 p. aj.
balibath icbool at 7:30 p. lu. Kev. T. 1. Shore,
LUTHERAN Thirteenth atreet; aervlcea Bab
bath 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.; bunday acbool
m. hev. Duerachner. oi'tor.
METUODIST-Cor. Eighth and W'alndt atreeU;
Preaching Sabbath 10:0 a. m. and 7 p.m.;
pravcr meeting, Wedneidav 7:W p. m.; Sunday
neb'ool, 3 p. m. Rev. A. P. Alorriaon, paator.
I JRESBYTERIAN Eighth ttroet; preaching on
babbath at 10:30 a. ni. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wedneeday at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday School
al 3 p. m. Rev. B. V. Ueorge, pador.
SECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST PI fteetth
treet, between Walnut and Cedar Itreett; ter
vice babbath at i and 7:30 p. in.
OT. JOSEPH'S (Roman Cthol.o) Corner Croat
O and Walnut atreet; aervlce babbitb 10:80 a.
m. ; Sunday School at 2 p. m. ; V ep iri S p. m. ; ter
flee every day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S-(Roman Cilhohe) Coraer Hintb
itreet and Washington avenuoj aervlce) Sab
bath 8 and 10 a. in. ; Veapera 3 p.m. ; Sunday School
t p. m. ; ierv.ee every day at s p. m. Kef. r. Zabel,
So SO. Ohio I
Kor through ticket and Information apply al llli
il Kailroan aeiHiu tairu.
KAI.NS ARHIVK AT CAIRO:
J:00 p r
". ' 4:00 a. i
j AS. JOHNSON. Oen'l Southern Ag t.
J. H. JONES, Ticket Ageut.
l -x of inch character a we trutt ahall
AAA prove the equal of the cheapeit and
lleat of our contemporarie
AAA AAA '
Slgnofth Buff.lo Head
K0EHLER BROS., Proprietor.,
JOE A13ELL, Agent.
a frill and enmnlrtA innnlv of the beat of all
kind meat alwaya on band. Drder (014 at aat
Hour, day ornigui.
JNSURANCE AGENCY' OF
AVells & Kertii,
1AIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
.The POLITICAL CAMPAIGN
Ihortest Line to St. Louis!
HB train by tbl road connect al St. Louli i nd
L F.Mt St. LOUUvvnn au oiuer uur. iu u..
iUHJ'U AND SdUTIl.
hrongh expre. leave Cairo. .......... 10 00
hrouju expre. arrive, al Ea.t St. Loal. 8 45p.m.
....,nn.i,i nn leive. Cairo 8:15 p.m.
kurpbvaboro acc. arrive at Jlurrbyboro 8:55p.m.
hrouiih expre leave E.t St. Loul.... 8 45 m.
hmnuh ainrcaa arrives St Cairo
lurphyiboro arc. leavea Mtiruhyboro
'turphyboro acc. arrlvea al Cairo
(AIL ROUTE between Cairo ud St. Loul. under
ii. management; ineremre iuw i
,ar nation awaiting connection from other line.
tW r-amenger going North. Northeatnd v.et
h?w not buy their ticket, until they have exam-
uud our rate tnd route.
, T. WIIITLOCK, Paasi-ncer Agent.
JNo! R. WINSTON, Freight Agent.
'now pending It one of great Import
ance vouiidertd In both ita Nalioual
and State ucu; a full Coiigret
ionl delegatlot) will be choen;a
:Leeitlature i to be elected which
will determine the ucceor to Hon.
J It. J. Uglreby in the United State
euaie. ueneving tue tuo-ei ot tn
Democratic party to be cMOMlaHo
tbe maintaluance of L'ood eovvrn-
eniment, the Bulletin will alwaya be
fouud advocating It measure and
laboring for tbe tucceaa of It repre-
tentative. To promote thetc dcalra
ble enda every Democrat ihould ex;
ert hlmtelf In ditemlntiug the
truth of hit party, and iu no wy
ran thl be more effectually done
than by tbe circulation of hi home
1 1 UTT X?(l THE SHOin br u
L7 M I LhS VII.I.E. CINCINNATI, BAL-
IMORR AND WASHINGTON.
14 MILES IKlK?5iI?h,SSS
fORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
bm trnlnt of all other rontot making tb tm
OT Pitnger by othor ronton to nakt coiineo-
I.:.?, mno Un .11 nUI.I ....lllnn tWim OUt tO tlX
Lonr at mull country ttatlont for train or con
nrf PAT H PTiTHE FACT nd take our4:4&
KiJ.UJ!ilUlIlllti .. ,n train, raachlni Kvant-
Irille, Inillanopoll. Cincinnati and LouitvlUt tame
lay, train leave unu urnv av vairo a. luuun..
Hall arrive ...,10:00p.m.
Through llcKcin anu cuccki to an iiupuiwut
F, A, MILLER KOSWKLli MILIAR.
wen 1 ro. Agent. uenerai cup i.
L, B. CHURCH, Ptttenger Agent.
gT. L., I. M. & SOUTHERN.
iiprttt leave Cairo daily.
I) :00 p.m.
. 6:00 em.
Royal Canadian IcSSdcSld.
British America UKTfo.
Millville rre 'x'r x" J)
T'ninvi I (Of Philadelphia; talllihed In 1804.)
L IUUI1 AmetK, $:i:.ldi.O0.
f I (Of Frecnort, III.).
U t:i IIIUU ( Aaeta J45S.87T.8S.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
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rler at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per
! week, payable weekly.
I By mail (in advance): one year,
10- .1 mnnthft. .4; thrp. month.
L Ii It 50; oue month, $1. Pottage free.
I Advertising Kates :
iFlrnt Insertion, per iquure J1.0O
bubnequeui luieruou ou
For one week, per uuere 3 (0
For two week, per iquara 4 50
For three week, per square.... 8 00
For one month, per iquare 7 00
tacn tuaiuonai aquur e uo
Eight Une of nonpareil (tolld)
constitute a iquare.
Ditplaved advertitementl will bt
charged according to the apace, at
above rate there being twelve line
of aoltd type to tbe Inch
'lorczu ur aaveruacr
pcrlor Inducement, both at to ratct
N N N
of charget and manner of dltplaying
Notice in local columnt lsicrtca
for twenty centl per Hue lint lnier
tion; ten cent per line for each tub
Sneclal notlcea Inserted for ten
cent per line for flrt Iniortlon ; live
cent for each tubtequent intertlon.
Notice of death and marriage
twenty centt per Hue.
All letter and and communication
should be addreited to
The Cairo Bulletin
JNO. B. 0BSBLY, Ocn'l Vaatgar.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Lmpool, Norember 4. 8:00 p. m.
Wheat Firm Winter, 8s .8d88 lid;
Spring, 78 6d9t (3d; Calil'uruia average, 6s
7d(398 lOd; California club, Os 9d10 2d.
Cora naw, 28a 9d24.
XEW YOHK OKA'S'.
JJew York, November 4, 12 :09 a. m.
Wheat Steady No. 2, Chicago, 64(2,95;
No. 3 Milwaukee, 98&97; Red Winter,
97(&$1 05; Ainler, 9701 00; No. 2, Red
Wiukr, 104). Corn Busy ateamer,
Mi N. 8, 45; No.; 3, 47. Gold, 100.
.wt .... ...
CHICiOO OtUIH AND PRODUCE.
Chicago, Nov. 4, 10:00 a. m. Corn
November, 83ft33; Decsraber, 32
bid. Pork December, $6 80 ; January,
$8 00.. Wheat December, 88J483 ;
January 84 lid.
Cuicaoo, November 4. 12 m. Corn
November,. 38; December, Z2 bid.
Pork December, $6 80 ; January, $8 00
bid. Wheat-December, 84 asked; No
vember, 82 bid ; January, 84, asked.-
Chicago. November 4. 2:i9 r. m.
Corn November, 37f37 ; sales De
cember, 82S32 ; January, 3232,.
Pork November, $6 62 asked ; Decem-1
ber, $675 ; January, 9 00 asked. Wheat'
December, 8383?t;;Novemjer, 82;
THE YELLOW FEVER.
KIW8 FROM THE
ViCKSBcao, Nov. 3. Fonr new cases to
day; all of them among the roturned
refugees. Weather warm.
QJackson, Miss., Nov. 3. Five new caaes
since yesterday noon. Three deaths lest
night. Among the new cases is P. J.
Roach, keeper of the state capitoi.
New Orleans, Nov. 8. Wecther clear
and pleasant. Deaths, 9 ; ccses reported 47,
all told; total deaths, 3,934; total cases,
Cbatbaxoooa, Nov. 8. Three deaths to
day, Mrs. Eliza Moyle, Jno. Sullivan and a
colored man. Two new cases, both colored.
Sullivan was the oldest son of Jno. J. Sulli
van, who died recently from fever. No
frost this morning; clear nnd warm to-dny;
thermometer 9 p. m. 50.
Mempuis, Nov. 8. The board of Irealih
ofiicially reported 8 deaths from yellow fe
ver during the past 24 hours, ending at G
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
CiucAuo, Nov. 2. The jury iu the case
of Jeremiah Kennedy, who has been on trial
this week for the murder of -his wife lrst
August, found a verdict that defendant wes
guilty, and fixed his punishment at deafh
by hanging, but also found that since the
murder he has become insane. This unususl
verdict created a sensation in court. Ken
nedy will be sent to the Insane asylum and
whenever he is dischaiged will receive his
SAD KSU OP A WORTHY VOTNO MAN')
Ansa, 111.; Nov". S'. This ebmmuoH'J was
pained this morning to learn that Mr,
Henry W. Niramo, aged twenty yer.rs end
on of Sheriff A. J. Nimmo, of Jocesboro,
had died from.injuriea reeived on Friday
afternoon 1 ant by being.. thVown from his
horse which Stumbled ami &1V hurlicg his
rider With terrific force head lirst ugt.inst
a bridge, causing concussion of the brain.
Mr. Nimmo was one of our best young
men aud had a large circle of warm, per
sonal friends; ho was the fuvorite of the
family. Sheriff Nimmo and his family has
the sympathy of the entire populace.
AN UNQUIET FEELING.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 3. The Golos
says: "All Russians wish peace, but the
present aspect of affairs is very alarming."
The Golos particularly points to the 1'uct
that the chief field cash box hps been re
turned from Odessa to Adrianople, and asks
whv. if t ho rumors of the urmv advancing
are untrue, that they are not contradicted.
"An advance on Constantinople would be a
hostile challenge on the part ot Russia."
London, Nov. 8. A telegram from St.
Petersburg says it it reported on good au
thority that the Grand Duke Michael will
shortly succeed Count Kotzebue in the governor-generalship
of Warsaw; that Gen.
Milutin, now minister of war, is going to
the Caucasus, and that Gen. Nepokoits
chitzky or Gen. Kauffmann will probably
be made mlcister of war.
AN ABANDON XD SCHEME.
A dispatch from Berlin snys it appears
that Russia has abandoned the prospect
of raising fresh loan for the present.
V.Vn.stiToN', Novcatbur 2.
'" The elections w!;idi will take jikce on
tl:e 7l'i iiii't., will uU,, indeed, fix the polit
ical clmri.c.cr of tlm iit xt hous or socnie,
for tliut ii beyond . question. Democratic.
But tliey nuy, by giving emphasis to tho
r.'sults of the September and October e'.3C
tions, itdd to the 'iirnestaess of Democrats
in tin; present Congress. Outside of polit
ical qu.!."tioi), unless ilie radicals chooso to
make oflbhil fx'.i-avagtnce a politiccl ques
tion, is the Kiilij'Yt ol reducing the Federal
expenses!. Tliey me iilvy millions tw high
every your. An udmjni!ration crjeted by
Republican-", iy making estiini;tes smaller
then my i-iwiot's epii'opn:itions, has ap
proved c!l Hie reductions previously made
aud invited the Democratic party to suggest
more. Tint purly, controlling the present
House, will 1: false to itself, and wi 1 de
serve condtmuelioa, if it fails to insist on
evciy po'iki!jlt! tctfe reduction. It should
ntt be cont .Mit wMiwhat thf department
chicfB reeoinmend.' It shou'd go further,
and refuse to eipro;iriatu a dollar lor which
un ectual necessity is n'.t jhown. We must
soon come down to nnte-war revenue, ex
cepting solely tho umounli necessary for in
terest on tiie public debt aad for pensions
for soluieis of the late war and their heirs
I .Will nuy one t?il me wliy the enormous
burden of ov?rgrowa depcrtnients should
he stiil cnntitiued? No one tan. Upon
Speaker Ranticll, when the House meets in
December, will rest nn unprecedented re-
aponsi'vlii.y. He pa formeil his part at the
lost Session &$ Will us, perhaps," any man
could. ' Now he has more light and his re
sponsibilities are correspondingly" greater.
31ucTl mpy be done, too, by the Democ.ti'.9
of the Senate. ' Voorh?es, not in any way
responsible for part extrr.vagance, certain of
a senatorial term for the. next six years, elo
quent, c'.eir-headsd, and honest, may well
hold the S?ncte to a strict adherence to the
simplicity end economy which tiie people
demand. Unless I mistake the man he will
do it. In no other way could he add more
t5 his repute tion or wore s'gnally benefit tbe
people of the coilMry.
In Mrrcli, 1877, being then as now anx
ious to keep your readers advised of every
tiling of interest lie:e, I sent to you some of
the remerkebie language used by the senior
senator irom Man?, nt-fcW first interview
with t')e iaeugn.rated, Mr. Heyes. I rever
thought It's neighbors, nearly two yetrs
after, would use that language tc.hisdised
vantf cr?, r t.ipy are now doing. The cele-
hn.M iat-i'vlew was on a quiet Sabbath
ury. i .ie stinjeci wr.s spoils. 1 lie veuerc-
b!c sena.nr, who l r.d bull-dozed legal'y g'
lecteJ oflifiuis in all past time, no doubt
expected that t'u's beneficiary of "fraud
fi-st ti'lt'iiiplii'iit ;n American h'story,"
would h?s.e'i to turn over for distribution
the patrousge of the Eastern States. Mr.
Hayes ciudly refused to do this, end said
that the administration Ind no favors to
bestow fo' p;r.y (services, that Senator
IlamHn, for tiie lirst t:ine in a century, fally
rctl.Z'.'d ho!!ownnss of all eartii'y
tli'ngs. But I i.:!::k he would heve re
stre.neu Llatse f even then but for the
wicked Mr. Bia'ne, who was also present,
aud who evidently felt a certain pleasure in
pushing h!s colleague on ahead to take the
first responsibility. Mr. Blaine is a design
mg person, cud a cunning, and to him, in
strict justice, should some of 'the fault be
charged. Some of it too, lies at the doo;
of Secre r.'y Sacrincn. The hitter is a man
who never had n really houest thought, 'and
w!io knows ns little of "civil service re.
form" us Ben, Butler does of vital piety.
But he st't tlie;'e wilh Hayes, and Bluiue
and Hi'inl'j, end grinned approval of all
the line houe-t sayings of inaugurated
fraud. Now ia sucli a party as this what
could Senator Hrmlin do? What could he
say? I apped to his friends to consider all
the circumstances and give the old man an
other chauce. The recording angel long
ago bio ted out the words then uttered.
Government clerks have for the next ten
or fifteen days what-is known as "election!"
leave." This is the timo given them, with
out loss of ppy, to go home and vote.
YourDemocvc.ic readers yearly pay, in this
way, niauy hundreds of dollars for the
privilege of being voted against by rad'cal
employes of tiio government. This is one
of the many evils Mr. Hayes promised to
break up. Except in presidential years it
was never as conspicuous as now.
Go and see tho hand made calf boots for
sale by O. Haythorn & Co. Ti ice, $4.50.
Buy your bli nkets and quilts of O. Hay-
thorn &, Co.; a job lot for sa'e very low, O.
Hayt'iorn & Co.
We sell flrst-c'.ass boots aud bIiocs lower
than eny oilier house in tho city.
O. IlAYTHOR.t ii Co.
' '' England's ultimatum.
Simla, Nor. 8, The Pioneer announces
on authority that England's ultimatum re
quires that tne ameer 8 reply snail reacn
Peshawur by November 20 ; otherwise Eng
lish forces will immediately invade Afghan
THE AUEKH't TROOPS.
London, Nov. 8. A dispatch from Dar
jelling says it is stated that sixty per cent,
of the ameer's troops are stricken with fever
Go and see the boys' hats, 50 cents,
slightly damaged,; for sjalt by O. Haythorn
Co. ' '
Labobiso men should see our $2.00 ami
$2.50 boots. They are bargelns.
O. IIaythobn & Co,
ATTEMPTS AT ASSASSINATION.
Tho iV!i"eof 'lie nnitt e.ttemo.s to rssas-
sina'c tiie king of Spain ailci oni more item
to the long ,!s; of abortive poMJvfl c "imes
of Ill's kind, for which tho p ';nt geuere
t'on I ps been vnenviubly notorious. The
e of tho czrr Iin bsun twice nt'emotid
in vr.ir, that of the quiea cf England' five
times, that of the late emoeror of France
thrice, that of Prince liismnrck onee. This
last attempt was comm?mnrut by a Ger
man comic papc, the d Jthirsctenf my of
the government party, in a very sting'ng.
ce"toon, representing the would be assassin
at the gate ot Heaven as "the man
who tried to kiH Bismarck." St. Petri's
inclosing the gite in his fuee, with the
stern rejoinder, "You tried but yoa did not
succeed.'' Many of ttiesj useless crimes.
however, were unuoubt3iily prompted by
personal vanity euu tiie desire of being
talked about, rutiier than by political rau
cor or private enmity a fact pointedly il
lustrated by the remark of an English
"rough,"who fired at Sir Robert Peel, and
when arrested end called to amount, repli id
in an injured tone, "Well, I don't see why
I can't have my sliotg as well as everybody
else" as If poor Sir Robert had been a tar
get fjr public practice. New York Times.
Take Notice. On the 1st of November
I will open r.t the old stand of Phil Howard,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenue, a wholesale and retail
depot for the sale of fish, oysters aud game
exclusively. Making the above articles
specialty, I will be enabled to suit the niOst
fastidious, nt prkea.that will compare fa
vorably with Chicago or St. Louis. At all
times can be found a line of fish and oys
ters never before offered in Cairo, sucli as
New York count oysters in bulk, Mobile oys
sters in bulk, Balire oysters in caiis. In '
their season can be found fresh
mackerel, fresh codfish, little neck
clains, sea Csh from Mobile, shrimp and all
oti.er delicacies from the sea, to tickle, the
palate and refresh the inner man. "rOelery
and wild gome of all kinds. It is .ruy' In
tection U' keep such articles on hand at all
times, so the public can depend upon being
supplied. ' Orders from abroad will receive
particular attention, and goods will be
packed with care, ouj eatiHl'aolion guuiwu
teed. City dealers will find it to their ad
vantage to call upon me before ordering
from Chicago or St. Louis. Hoping my en
deavors to please, will be met by an appre
ciating public. I remain yours,
As the Quarantine has opened, Mrs.
Williamson opens her store again, and
wishes to say to tho public that she has a
full line of millinery and notions, and she
solicits every one to call and examine her
stock before purchasing elsewhere. She will
display dunu the week one of the hand
somest lino of ladies' trimmed pattern hats
ever brought to this city; also a handsome
line of hats, feathers, aud flowers, and
many other thing! new iu the notion line,
which she can and will sell as cheap at any
dry goods house iu the city. She is pre
pared to remodel old. hats into any of the
latest styles for tho small sum of 25 to 35
cents each. Hats dyed black or brown
Mrs. W. has just added to hev stock a full
supply of difl'erent styles and patterns of
Factohy Facts. Close confinement,
careful attention to all factory work, give
the operatives pallid faces, poor appetite,
languid, miserable feelings, poor blood, in
active liver, kidneys and urinary troubles,
and all the physicians and medicine in the
world cannot help them unless they get out
doors or use Hop Bitters, made of the pur
est and best remedies, and especially for
such eases, having abundance of health,
sunshine and rosy cheeks in them. None
need suffer if they will use them freely.
They cost but a trifle. See another column.
Consumption Cired. An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed
in his hands by an East India mission
ary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy, for the speedy and permanent cure
for consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth
ma, aud all throat and lung' affections, also
a positive and radical cure for nervous de
bility and e'.l nervous complaints, after
having tested its wonderful curative pow
ers in thousands of cases, has felt it his
duty to make it known to his suffering fel
lows. Actuated by this motive, and a de
sire to relieve human suffering, I will send,
free of charge, to all who desire it, this re
cipe with fu'l directions for preparing and
usiug, in German, French, or English. Sent
by mail by addressing with stamp, naming
his paper, W. W. Sherar, 149 Powers
Block, Rochester, New York.
Two Noted Grave Robbers. Our
readers will remember the account given in
these columns of the robbing of the grave
of the Hon. Scott Harrison, in Ohio, lust
May, the body being found in the dissect
ing room of the Ohio Medical College.
Public indignation justly brands any man
89 a scoundrel who will rob the grave of
the dead. But there are two noted grave
robbers in tho country, so far from bcin
the subjects of the peo
ple's wrath, ar universally lauded
for their virtues. The reason is plain.
While the former class steal tbe dead bodies
of our loved ones to submit them to the dis
secting knife, these only rob the graves to
restore the living victims to our hearts and
homes. Their names Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and pleasant Purgative
Pellets are household words the world
over. The Golden Medical Discoverycures
consumption, in its early stages, and all
bronchial, throat and lung affections,
pleasant Purgative Pellets are the mostval
unbU laxative and cathartic.
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