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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : 'WEDNESDAY MOIIMNU, NOVEMBEK
to lalxir ou tlio streets, he has uo discretion
In the mutter; but must obey the judge's
Alex. Frothingham Si Co., brokers, 12
Wall Street, New York, make careful in
Ttom rcnS ."uoTth. stmcnto for customers, in sums of $23 to
KS'aKr tlOO. Mhlch .fluently' pay ten to twenty
Hiiiinnt'iii doctor.' Mil. in thia countnr." h. E. times the amount Invested. Their Weekly
VorovorW.TMmHEU.EK'8 LIVER PILLS have
bven the ntuixlura remeor lor I.Ivor Complaint,
rollvrnea, hlc iieatiaciiff, I'alu id sojourner, or
Hack, Inr.idueaa, t uliM Todriiu, Krver aad irno.
and all dlmiaae. armiiii
lliernr Nlomach. Tl
Kr. ,: 'Heller a rill Dave aavea nunureda or
i ; "
' ' ' ' 1 ' : i ' ' ' l'WIWIXDRl'tt STORK.
i ui. uullktin goes into nearly every res- will be seen th.it his overcoat will be
peetable home, into nearly every shop, office, brought to the Cuiro market, to vindicate
Iuk-1 ami business house of the city, nnd tho Hob's veracity, and convince the public that TlT-T QISJ I "XT TVI ? TTaO tjr i v x r
merchant who employs its columns most ho indulges in no "fish stories," isaconvic- MXXVJ L'Ji U U fc) J KJ J .It,
llron., Ayala. Cairo.
Financial Report, sent free, gives full in
Tho much talked of marriage between
rpUE GREAT BLOOD TONIC
luTiftoratiuff tod trenatheninn the Mr. Al. Lewis, of this city, and Mi ss Lulu
AS IVe.of Ashley, will bo consummated to
morrow, at the residenco of tho bride's
For tho cure of all dl.ea.ea arialng from Impure
Wood, aim lor mi
unle and cm
Have vou nausea, pain In the hack. Ac? If ao. Dr.
.l.lnil.I'v'. Mood Scanner will drive out the dl.caiie
ud bring back the Bloom of Health. I'implca. parents. Mr. Lewis left for Ashley yester
surface Indications of Blood Dlaeaae: and Dr. Llnd- day, and Will be followed to-day by a num-
M'y a BUxtd Hearcher, by purifying the nyatem aoft- i .... , . , .
cua th .kin and hrauiiflea the complexion. Hold 'KT ot ''is relatives and friend who propose
by all drr eta. 11 ui perDotua. i. Hellera, tQ )C witnesses of the rereriionv
i'roprletor, rittuburg, Pa. Barclay Bro Agent 1 """tbscs oi mo ceremony.
; 1 Smith 4 Brother, corner of Thirteenth
OELLER'S COIGII SYRl P. and Walnut, have had their business house
Oyeri.().ooob0ttie,.oid.n la themoatple.nt Icrod about sixteen inches, thus removing
Hud popular remedy for CotR-ha, Coida, t'ronp, the necessity of clambering up two or three
nil all til na I tnrl llinif il unaaita II an OA
Uwn lu line for half icentnrv. Uoitom ntDijimend I steps to reach the business floor. Tho job
... II. 1. f V X T II . ill I v
aim Jrw;riiitJ 11 . a a. imiuia.) ..vug f t s7 ill.,
aav.: "It aaved my two children from the crave.
, 1., simmona. oi raiuuiure, jnu ai.o any: "11
will cure the wont cough Immediately."' Auk your
ilruRKlat or nenerul alorekreper for it and take no
olut r. rricea. au., onu si.uv per ooiue. ccna
fur circular. K K. brllera Co., Proprietors.
I'ittrburK. Ha. Barclay Bros., Ageuia, lairu,
I PROFESSIOXAL CARDS-rilYHICIAXS.
y R. SMITH, M. D.
OIUcc and Reslilrnce :
NO. l THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIRO, 11.1
JH. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
0nc-No. 138 Commercial Avenne, between sit "I1' fi,noke his ci""" aml to make nw'
witli a reasanable quantity of roast beef.
was performed in a very adroit and work
manlike manner, by Mr. W. F. Russell,
carpenter and builder.
A Chicago editor knows a man who
calls his wife " Fact," kcausc, as he says,
she is a Btublwrn thing. There is a verv
determined married woman in Cairo, who
has, under a like rule of interpretation,
earned the designation of "Truth," for every
time her vagalxmd husband "crushes her to
tho earth," she '"rises again," and comes at
him like a high-pressure fury.
It affords us pleasure to state that Dr.
Sullivan has regained sufficient strength to
liberally will have a share, correspond
ingly large, of tho profitable trade the hol
idays will occasion
Certain members of the Cairo Turner
society givo notice of an entertainment in
Turner hull on Thanksgiving evening, to
which everybody will bo welcome who
comes provided with a half dollar with
which to pay the admission fee
tion with Bob, as flrm'ag tho base of tower- i
Khis Kinole Land, Nov. 23, 1878
Having given entire satisfaction as my
agent in distributing my Toys and Holiday
l lie pro- Presents last year, I have taken tho lilwrtv
gramme consists in part of a pleasant little of appointing you again this year. I shall
comeneua cntuieu tno "Harvest Home," ship to your order ten car loads of Christ-
ami sundry gymnastic and trapeze perform- mas Presents, all new devices, consisting in
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anees oi a daring ami interesting character,
COK.COMMKUCIAL AV. AND KiailTKKNTU K l
GEO. E. O'HAHA, Proprietor,
I. supplied with full atock of Freah l)ma, Medicine, and ( he,.,l,.i. , . ....
C,,1 Yhe,d,aV801',,i' PCrh,n"'ry Br"Hhe'' e,C" ""d ' rU" -f P"Pul.r P.,
WTfapwUI Car, ami Atlet given to the M,,,pomi(s ,,, phv.ielanV pmerlp.lo,,,.
part of tho followiuc iphmIs: Dolls. Tovs.
Af tfw. ni.llitlllui.in lf tllld ll!uiKiAi:aA.nnl I T. . . oi m .
- ...-..."' uKciavkiaviucui, n ruing- jeshs, Oliver I'lateii ware: in tact iir i
the crowd will whirl away in the mazy, or lit would 1 impossible for me to attempt to OrKlIlinilCll, lai'lUerS "MPlY.I'lllt "rnr.li.
the more intricate evolutions of tho nuad- name all. hut will tnwr .....i,. - ' ' A ulvl"i a, Jlttllt
, - T - - - MV w UU 1A 111(1 IV U U
niie, contra-oance or Virginia reel. A gooil suitable display. Yours truly,
Eighth and Ninth 8treeu
JJR. AV. C. JOCELYN,
WFICE-ElKlith Street, near Commercial Avenue.
g P. WHEELER,
OFFICE-Ohlo Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth ata.
J INEGAIl & LANSDEN,
OFFICE-NO. 1H Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Only Moruins: Daily iu Southern Illinois
ANN 01 CEMENT.
fried sausage, baked chicken and trout, and
other nourishment that is adapted to a sen
sitive stomach. No doubt is entertained,
now, of his complete recovery. Indeed,
should the weather permit, he will, most
likely, 1k found in his office to-morrow.
A numoer of ladies who arc members
of the Social Science Association, met at
the residence of Mr. II. II. Candee, Monday
evening; but as roll-call failed to show the
presence of a quorum, no business was
transacted. No regrets were felt or ex
pressed, however, as an examination of the
countless objects of interest and vertu, with
which Mr. C.'s home is supplied, proved a
pastime of a most engaging and instructive
Large quantities of cotton are now-
going forward every day, by the Illinois
Central railroad. The carrying of this
southern product has already liecome a lar"e
time is anticipated, and we seo no reason
why such anticipations should fall short of
Barton, of tho Carlxindalo Free Press,
"talks like a father" to his Republican
brother Davis, of the Radical Republican,
of this city. The latter gentleman ven-
Cairo, Nov. 23th, 1878.
Santa Claus; '
Yours of the 23rd inst. to hand nnd con
tents noted. I am' thankful for the com
pliment you have paid me by appointing
me your agent airain this vear. nnd na n,
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tureu io express uie opinion mat it is not quantity of foods vou intend to .hi.. .,.
essential that the gentleman whom the Re- will require more room, I have rented the
publicans of the Illinois legislature may lHr,-e store of Dr. Wardner. whi. h I will
cnoosc to represent ttie state in the Inited use exclusively to display your Holiday and
oeume, snoutu ouiswear u.e army in Christmas presents, and will mien about the
nan.iers, should be able to digest "potn- 1st of Dm-mbiT and will inform all of
turns jHittle deep of whisky and brandy, or our citzens and children, and I know thev
should flourish tho handle of Major-Gon- will all call to sec you. Yours. Trulv
We are authorized to announce the name of Al- item in the business of that road, and is in-
mu i.uiiiiui a. a cunaiuaie lor my i reaxurer at
the enmiin city election.
Clonal Ornrt. I
Caino. 111.. Nov 5K. ITS. f
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
,:4a man 11
p. m. lid M
Mux 1 mum Tberniometer. 4i
niuiutier, aa : lUinfall. 0.03 inch.
W. II. RAY.
Serj't Signal Corp.. U. 8. A.
cieasing every year. The depot was well
filled with the iron-girt bales yesterday
morning, but the japul manner in which
they were being transferred to closed cars,
authorizes the conclusion that thev are now
whirling away in the direction of their des
We give place elsewhere to the resolu-
Minimum Ther- tions of respect for the memory of Mr. P.
O Loughhn and Mr. John Crofton, deceased,
recently passed by the Hibernian fire com
I. Rain I
Nutue.-tu wiioit rr T CONCURS, The Cairo pany, of which company both 0 Lough lin
and Crofton were active members. The
resolutions form a deserved testimonial to
the worth of the deceased, and the part as
signed to The Bulletin to lay them before
tlio public, is performed willingly as a
ight contribution to the memory of friends
and respected citizens.
The present year has been a remark-
Bulletin Co., will pay uo bill contracted hy auy of
it. employe., or any one connected with The Bl-l-j.istin,
unices the aame 1. made on a writen order
aipird by mywlf, audthe order mui-t lie attached to
the bill wlieu preaeuted.
.loll X II. Ubeiilt.
Fob the best brands of old hand-made
Sour and Sweet Msoh Whiskeys, go V)
Stixkklkth il Drohs.
Dhv Gikidh. Rest and cheapest stock of al,e one in manvresoects-but in nonn ,-
Dry Goods in Cairo, at the New York remarkable than in the averaire of the tern-
Store. i.i.putnr.. v,.. i... .1.... ..e t ...
We place before the people of Cairo, the m October the average of the thermom-
latest and most elegant styles of custom ',t, r has leeii remarkallc for its altitude,
made lioots and shoes. O. Haytiiohn cV; Co. ""hough the season was not distinguished
for a single day of unusually hot weather
III tin. tun, .. ..f 111!? l .
, ... .... - " - rniii i jy i mi; iui.ri.urv rose ai
( iitnioii nil-Hi w in c i t,r , i.. n ... n v aL
iippeur in our next issue.
MATTERS OF LOCAL IMPORT.
lenst eight degrees above the highest jioint
reached durins the tiresent venr: vi-t
-County court convened yesterday morn- have intimated, the uvera., ,,f iu
mg. The business tnmsaet-d was of the sMmbly above that of any year during the
usual routine character, law business form- pn.-t ten years.
ing no portion of it. . ,
, .loung limn lor several years a
''Hiding Star-a new steamer that resident of this eitv. w l.....rl.t
is heralded as one of the most magnilieent Ju.lge Bird, yesier.lay morning, for provok
nver palaces that ever floated on western ing a fl.dit in a do-vn town bnr-room. Tl,..
waters, will arrive at our wharf next Sun- evidence: ,li-loK,.,l n r,,i,i ......
under the circumstances the fine of five
-Senear mat quite a number of young dollars and costs that was imposed upon
people have avowed a purpose to be con- him. was a verv liht n.,iBK
firmed to the faith of tho Epis-opal church, p,lr,y whom the young law-breaker assailed
...w ulv xJinillMIS IBIl LO I 1 1 III fill in rw, M 4.. ........ I - .1 .- IK I. -
- vi oom a uiiiieuiiv. en
Cairo, next month.
Mr. ()lerly left for Springfield by yes
terday afternoon's train, and will be absent
several days, as the Board of which he is a
member must at once commence the prepa
ration of its bi-cnniiil rejiort.
Harry Kehultzc and wife will complete
their bridal tour and return to Cairo by the
train to-morrow. An elegant home, com
pletely furnished (the gift of the bride's
futher) awaits their occupancy.
Tho center-wheeled ferry lxmt Ne
braska No. 2, is at our whart from tho Mis
souri and Illinois terry trade, to undergo
wnne needed repairs, chief nf w,i(;, jH to
repair or replace a broken shaft.
Episcopal church services on Thanks
giving Day, at 10:80 a.m. The church
will be decorated with the fruits of the
faith; and a sermon will he preached by
the rector appropriate to the occasion.
The Cairo cululiooso contains five pris
oners, three white and two colored men.
The matter is usually left with tho prison--nt
to di-eide, whether they will work and
pay oft their fines at the rate of two dollars
day, or decline to work and pay out their
tine by confinement ut the rate of one dol
Jar per day. Whcu the prisouer is adjudged
dnred the most foul and insulting epithets,
without offering even a moderate remon
strance. In the cell in the calaboose, to
which the young offender was committed,
it is to be hoped he will resolve to reform,
and to lead a lifo hereafter that will insure
him exemption from tho clutches of our
policemen, whether it wins for him tho re
spect of his companions, or otherwise.
Cherishing this hope we withold his name,
at this time; but, in doing this wo are ex
ercising a forbearance that will not bo re
peated. Mermod, Jaccard & Co., of St. Louis,
are among the most successful business men
in the country. The reason why, is plainly
indicated by the St. Lotus papers. The
firm has hired a full page of every dully pa
per in St. Louis, and are employing it iu
informing the public ol the provision they
have made for the holidays. All four pages
of Til k Bi'i.i.ktin uru to ,.t fr a (.ly(
week or any length of time. The holidays
are near at hand; mid what miy our Patier
A; Co's, our Ilarlnmns, Cioldstone & Rosen,
water-, our Haythorus, Ringers, Barclay
Bros, Buders, Tubers. Stuarts, Uholson's,
Hannys, Klugcs and everybody elno who
intend to provide themselves with goods espc
daily adapted for the trade of the holidays?
eral. Barton shrewdly coustruedthis honest
admonition into an attack upon Logan, and
replied with all tho venom of an irate ad
der. He told his friend Davis that the tri
umph of the Republican ticket in Alexan
der county, for the first time iu five years,
was due to the fortunate circumstance that
he, Davis, had been scared away from
Cairo, and remained away until better Ilo-
publicans than he had worked out victorv
To this he cruellv added that Davis was a
dead weight to the party in the district,
and that it ill became him to return home,
after the work had been jH-rformed, and
engage in the work of defaming men, the
latchet of whose shoes he, Davis, was, in a
political sense, unworthy to loose. And so
on, and so-forth. Where the end will come
in we can't say; but end where the contro
versy may, it presents a spectacle that is,
from our democratic stand-jicint, perfectly
We visited the primary school build
ing, located on Eleventh street, yesterday,
and were well pleased with the order that
prevailed, and with the air of cheerfulness
that seemed to animate all the little odcs
in the building. At every turn of the ma
chinery of the school room, we were furn
ished convincing proof that the right kind
of relations have leen established between
teacher and pupils. In other words, and
to employ a thread-bare phrase, Mrs.
Rogers, the teacher, is "the right woman in
the right place" no, not the right place,
either. The right place would be a build
ing with a seating capacity for at leat two
hundred children, with not less than two
recitation rooms, and two subordinate
teachers. With an attendance' of something
over one hundred children every day, and
seats for only seventy of them, the disad
vantages under which both teacher and
scholar labor, are too manifest to call for
mention. Mrs. R. docs all that anybody
could do, and much more than the
average teacher could do, under the cir
cumstances; but the situation is such that
she can scarcely do justice to either her
self or the children. It should, therefore,
become an object with the B iard of Educa
tion to provide for the wants of Mrs. It's de
partment. The need of funds has stood in
the way, most likely, but better run in debt
than have scores of children deprived of the
very means of education that our laws are
supposed to guarantee) to them. As our
neighbor over the way is wont to remark,
"we shall refer to this matter again."
Bob Nichols, a resident of Beech Ridge
precinct, in this county, is well known to a
number of our citizens as a man of verac
ity. He is also known us an expert with
the rifle and shot gun. This Bob Nichols
is responsible for the following story. Par
tially within the limits of Beech Ridge
precinct lies a vast lot of bottom timber land,
known as tho "Turkey Flats." Within the
memory of the writer of this paragraph,
these flats abounded most abundantly with
turkey, wolves and deer, to say nothing of
squirrel and smaller game. If Bob's story
be true, it still retains traces of its departed
glory. One day lost week he had made
the rounds of tho flats, bagged all tho squir
rel ho could conveniently carry, and was
overtaken by nightfall lieforo ho reached
his domicile. Tho only fact that rendered
this circumstance peculiar, was that he was
followed by a wuitk animal, about the size
of a hound dog. He halted, let the animal
approach until ho saw green flro gleam
from its eyes, and then concluded to "got
away from there." His gun was empty,
and he had no guaranty that he could
bring the monster down, had his piece k-cn
loaded with shrapnel. Ho quickened bis
pare; the animal did the same thing. A
minute later it became a raeu for life. Ho
reached his home, when his fulled pursuer
gave out, in unmistakable voice, tho
bark of a wolf! A white wolf I
Not a dog, nor a sheep, but a wolf, whoso
floeee, like that of Mary's lamb, "was white
as snow." Others heard the howl, and
agreed with Bob, that he had been chased
by a wolf, and u white wolf ut that. Next
day there was an extended search iimde,
but the wolf was not seeu. But that he
And .11 who would like to dns your feet w.ll and comfortable f. a .,.,,
can youratten.lot, to our lrUe stock and line mMuteS "
FALL AND WINTER BOOTS AND SHOES
h'A toJ '! T '. ..ttH-nae. ...d it ho1,l n. . ,. .
1 'V. 1 1 ,u0 '" "i acivaulaire. iv hi. a . i . luu.iuera i
made Bool. d Muoea won. here, by obt J a"?!" L f ..'ii ' tb" V"1" ' read,
. onr ruatom irood. tesilfv. and at ..rlre. ,.n,V.l,"" hw and peilect flul.li
obtalued el.uithera. Ifavln the only ViT.ve .h, I 1 i, i"''r
city, and burin, our only
DETERMINED TO UNDERSELL ANY HOUSE IN SOUTIIEKN ILLINOIS
Ye Invite a comparison of our good, and
D 33 F Y C O M P K T I T 1 O X
W'p nre nltrav. ... l .
... ,.,v,..,.u .uuir our gum, aim retict you to tiku iii,,
uim-reui iyie.. He are e!i,.
Men's Winter Roots. Uuu i.ti,.i
Tony Denier's Humpty Dumpty organ- Men's Brognns, Ikitible Soled, Full Stock
ization will appear in Cairo, on Mondav ln.H ,,ttlf ,,(s i(,l 'S"oe
.Hen n i mii mini rcuro.
time to call and .en
...$1.7.1 lo $2.
evening next, for one night only. On the
tith of September, last, Mr. Denier gave an
exhibition in Chicago, and donated the en
tire gross receipts to the yellow fever fund,
refusing even to take out his advertising ex
penses. Speaking of tho character of the
company, and its performances, the Chicago
Boy's Wear from 25 to 50 rent Per Pair Less ' . '. '.
onth s Kin Boots
Childs' Kip Bouts '
J.iulie Morocco Sewed Shot's
Ladies Morocco or Kid, Sewed, Side Lace!.
Ladies' Morocco or Kid, Sewed, Button....'
Misses' Shoes from 2.". to r,o fenis l...
( hihlieirs Morocco or Kid Shoe, three to Ve'vVii .'.'..'
c are omrlre.'.peell Iriilueemem, ur (.,, ,,.,. ,,, .... ... .... . . , .
nave, a .plemlnl ,ie of Kreneh Kid and (' Kill nit. ... L, i .' """
CotbTop. and Kreneh I,,,,, ulVl. 'tii":
A. liLACK, 110 COArMKIJC'l A I ;i
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
IfKATII OK MK. I. O 'IjOCOIILI.N.
Smoki:hr, it you wish a fine "Key yr
or "Imported" cigar, call at Korsmcy. :
firruf a,tit-.i I I., l l a
AVhereas, It has pleased Almighty God S u. L 1 " ' V . "1 bW ' ''
to numlM-r among the victims of the terrible I -1211
epidemic that so scourged our people, our ' ll " Weive pmpcr i
resjx et. d and lx lovnl Sis Miry, P. , ""'I' '"lr"' tl"' ",,,,dl(; ' Jay whi.
i imii-ii crowilctl.
I say that after:
" 'I'll If fiaai ir t'H ,
Tribune discourses as follows: "A hearty 1 uiKlien s Morocco or Kid Shoes, scull to fen..
greeting was accorded to the familiar faces
by the audieuce. and every part of the house
was crowded. There was hardly a depar
ture to le noted in the performance from
the time-honored pantomime of old, save in
the introduction, which was a bright, hu
morous sketch, full of quips and verbal ex-
centricities, depicting the Court of Old
King Cole, and giving an appropriate fore
taste of what was coming by ringing in
snatches of familiar nursery-rhymes, en
trusted to Grimaldi, Franklin, Eunice and
Boshell, who fulfilled their duties to admir
ation. The tricks are cleverly contrived,
and several of them have the merit of nov
elty; but a pantomime, we imagine, would
lose half its interest if it did not, to a cer
tain extent, abide by the old traditions.
Grimaldi is an excellent clown, one of the
best representatives of that delightful jitr-
sonage to be found on the American stage
since Fox went away, and Tony himself has
dropped into management. Miss Boshell
is a sprightly and graceful dancer, and
Eunice makes a good Harlequin. In the
olio a very pleasant and diversified enter
tainment was given, including some melodic
gems by Miss North, gymnastic exercises
by Clifton and Fox. Mi Motilton's Indian
club Hct, the exquisite Charles Diamond in
his vocal selections with linrp ainfiipi.ni
nient, and a pretty exhibition on the veloci
pede by the li'.tle Venus and Adoni,.
Km olovks clkaxko. Mr. W. Marsh
will visit the houses of the people of Cairo,
during the present week soliciting orders
tor cleaning kid gloves.
it. K. vocf.'i, ji.uu:, I'uixniNo.
Petition allowed, in estate of Mary Swee
ney, to sell personal estate at private sale.
Report of Emily Thompson, guardian of
II. E. Thompson, minor heir of W. Thomp
son, deceased, approved.
Claim of jY.sephus Smith for HI vs.
estate of Perry Powers, deceased, allowed
us of 7lh class claim. Judgment vs. claim
ants for costs.
Claim ol Henry Johnson fir $1.1 vs. es
tate of Green B. Parker, deceased, allowed
ns of Ttli class claim.
Mary S. Hatcher appointed guardian of
Charles C. Burgett, minor heir of Mary
Letters of administration granted to
George S. Fisher upon the estate of Dr.
Roswoll Waldo, deceased, anil J. J. Gordon,
George Fisher, and Isaac Harrell appointed
appraisers of said estate.
Much of the time of tho court was occu
pied in the examination and approval of tho
records, Court adjourned to meet at 0 u.
O'Loughliii, who departed this life on the
12th day of October, 178; and,
Whereas, We deem it fit and in accord
ance with the usages of our company, to
commemorate the worth of our brother,
alike as a fireman and citi.eii, therefore
Resolved, That in the death of our
brother, P. O Lntightin, the Hiliernian fire
company has lost a miwt fnitliful and ef
ficient officer, and an active nnd willing co
worker in all the laudable aims of his com
pany. And bo it further FI POPIMV liuTrr
Resolved. That in view of their grievous ! ... v ltUVv ,,
and irri paruble loss, this company tenders ( ' ' Mlx ,Ii,rr' " "lk',r- ( '"uiereiid v.
to the widow and orphan children of the i ml1'' ' "nicr Sixth street,
deceased this sincere expression of their I MAY BOARD f).:0 PER WI'FK
condolence ami sympathy; and j In connecti,,,, with the Hotel is a 'ti:-i
Resolved, rimilly, that as a further test;- ! , , ,... . . :
ii.onv of our liercavemc.it. we devote ii :,.. ! cU I,!,r ,"lll'ir'1 o "l'l""''
of our journal to the meinorv of our de-' 1,1
censed brother, drape our hall in 'mourning,
nun, ( iinsiiig uie puiiiicatlon ot these reso
p. to. we can attend to a
O. H.uruoKx k ( o.
Foil the lMt CidifornTa Brandies
WineN go to Stih kklktii ct IJiiiw.
The finest stove in the world. T;
Westminister Busy. Burner, nnd the Char,
pion Monitor cook stove at
lotions in Tiik Bi i.i.ktin and other Cairo
papers, deliver U copy of the
street; also wholesale and re'.,
oyster di put. Frch oyster received ilui
and .sold at the lowest market rates, ti,
Mlllt: to the
A I'LEasant mid cheerful room is essen
tial to the health of the baby, and the
usual pains and ills of the young ones soon
vanish after tho use of Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup. Price 2.5 cents.
Foil the finest Imported Wines, go to
Htockki.kth & Bitoss.
Wanted to buy a good secondhand
Heating Stove, large sle. Apply ut New
tino of West Bros,, fine
O. Haytiiohn & Co.
Tiik parents ami guardians of school
children should bear in mind that A. W.
Pyutt & Co. keep every description of school
bonks used In the public schools In Cairo,
and oiler them nt prices that should liavo a
controlling Intliieiico with economical buy
John Clancy, j
Tiros. Keank, Committee.
T. OolIM .N, )
HEATH OK JOHN ( UiirTilX.
Whereas, It has pleased the Almighty to
number among the victims of the yellow
fever, that so heavily scourged our city
and country, our respected and beloved
brother John Crofton, who departed this
life on the l.'tli day of September hist,
Resolved, That in the death of our
brother Crofton tlii.. Hibernian lire counmnv
lias lost one ot its most active, energetic
ami faithful members, and the community
a moral, upright young man, before whom
there was promise of a long ijf,. ,,' Useful
ness and honor.
Resolved, Thai we sincerely sympathize
With the bereaved relatives of i he deceased ;
and that, ns a further testimonial nf our
regret nnd sympathy, we devote a page ot
our Journal to the memory of our deceased
brother; cause these resolutions to be pub.
libhed iu Tin: Bci.i.ktin, mid other Cuiro
papers, and deliver a copy of the same to
our deceased brother's mourning relatives.
Thomas Kkank, )
T. (ion man, (
John Clancy, )
For lino imported Liquors, go to
Stik kklktii & Bnoss.
Tiik. Cairo Turnokmkikdk propose giv
ing an entertainment on the evening of
Thanksgiving day, November SSth, includ
ing pantomime, gymnastic exercises, etc.,
by a corps of artists ; uud dancing, in
which tho public is Invited to participate.
The music for tlio occasion will bo first
class, and the affair promises to ho one of
tho most cnjoynhlo of tho season,
Prints! Pit i nth! Twenty yards of good
Dress Prints for if 1 .00, at the New York
Laiiils who have been walling for our
line cloth top shoes, the latest styles, ami
tho best quality In the country, can now be
supplied. 0. Haytiiohn & Co.
A Kt'LL lino of those elegant cloth top
bouts for Indies' and children's wear, just
opened. O. IlAVllioitN & Co.
A COFFEE SUGAR JH
10 pounds for $1,00, ut tho New York
Store, also choice cofluo .1 and 5,1 pounds
dcrs from home or abroad will i'c
prompt attention, (io and bee stock
prices before purchasing elsewhcr.i.
l hereliy ctv..u In .N'. Jlle (,uHn. v. Timothv (lnC. t
William OaR'ticr and Marv Oa!!i.ey, tlial l.nii.-.
m y ha lllert a petition nirjln-t them fur purtltim, v
ilni pieml.e. di si rilled In .aid petition, hii u ai,
I mm pending In the .Ve mmdi r eln iiil nuirt. ui.
Hint mmmoiis ha. O.-.-ii t.sued In aid mlt n.-aii ,
.oil. retimmlile ia the flr.l ilav of Hi,. luM.Uni, i
term. l;il. of ";lld Alexander elrellit court, til lie ' '
fun anil liolden t the I onrl Innise In th- i !:.
Mini. Alexander nniuty. Illlm,!., on tin: tlrsl .M . i
ilav id J.niiiarv. ls,'i, ;
JN'd. A. RhKVK '
lerk of salil i on: '
IIOI.M AV 1.1 V KK I'AliS.
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