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JlfiM.. Agent. C'lro.
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.blood, and for InvlKorotlnii "dX tnttd
Nlulonraua. An yon weak, lervoua, oeMuiawa.
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gELLERS COUGH SYKUP.
Ore I.OT.(U bottlei .old. It I" i tho ra.)t P'""1
nnd popular remedy for Co-ljhs t( uc .up.
luu-smemt una mi lurtwii n- - , ':.
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;Aiy -ji mvmI j-wi(lill(lrei. from tlm rav.
wUl cnr the wrl conKh unmetl! ah, ;''"'
rutt or general atoi-ekeep.tr for It ai d lake "
Lr Price. c., W.. and 10u per bottle, heud
Jrlrcnlar i. beller Co.. Proprietor.
J1ULr.'. Pn.Barclav BruAg.;nt. Clro, ,
II. MAHEAIT, M. D.,
Homeopathic I'hyjiciun and Surgeon.
Oflke 136 Commercial svenno. Runldenco corner
J'ourt.cutb St. aud VHhlu(ton arenue, Cairo.
li. SMITH, M. D.
Ofllce anl Bt'sldenc :
XO.-jfl TinnTKENTlj. KIRKKTlCAnKUy.':
JjU. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
.... Dentalj Surgeon.
hnc-No. 136 Commercial Arenue, between
Bhiblb and NlntU Strueu
It. W. C. JOC'ELYN,
OXFICB-Klglitk Street, near Commercial Atenuc.
g P. WHEELER,
UinCK-Ohio Len-e. bet. Fourth and Slrth !.
JINEOAK & LANSDEN,
OFFICE-No. 113 Commercial Atoiius. '
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OrVICIAL PAPEB OF TIIK CITY AND COUNTY.
Only Moruinff Daily in Southern Illinois.
"Weareanthorlii'd to announce Ilia name of Ai.
runnComxgt acaudidute for City Trouaurer at
tb cnanlng city elucllun.
Sionai. Omnit, I
Cairo, 111., Dec. 7. IHT8. f
Time, Bar. Tber. Hum. Wind. Vol. Wealliur.
N . K. 7
N. K. H
"Maximum Temperature. Ululmum Tom-
uretni-e, tU 5 ; KjIiiHiII, 0.(U Inch
V. II. BAY.
Her't Signal Corp. L'. S. A.
Wotici. to wmm rr mat coni'Kiin. Tbo Cairo
ltnlletlu Co., will pay no bills contracted by any uf
Jta amployea, or iny one connected wltb Tuk Bui.
Lmn, unli'M the eame la made on a wrlteu order
ttitncd by mjfc'f, audthe order mutt be attached lu
tbe bill when prm'Uted.
K. A. BcnxKTT,
Fou tho best Iiriindn ot old tmnil-umJt!
Btjur and Sweet Miish Whiskeys, go to
Sr(K'Kl''I.ETII & IJkoks.
MATTKUS OF LOCAL IMPORT.
Christ limit niirht.
Swucpir jr rcductioiis in (Iiths goods to
do!w the Heuson. Stuart's, Eilitli streot.
Baptist Sunday school will Iir held In
Turner Hall, this morning at I) o'clock, iw
Ri'iiieitiW tho Arab's Ball, Christum
night. It will bo the grand ieuturo of our
Purtien who proposo to remove the
lodies of their yellow fever dead from the
point where they lie buried, outside the Mis
ftissippi levee, should be iu no hurry about
the matter. Let more cold wouthcr inter
ene. Tho hIiom of the Ohio, nlong tho entire
-',fy front. wa oae.Ued und lanuiied, yesler-
day ul'ternoon, with uteumboubt Hnd barg!H.
We have wen grcutor uetivity on nhore, but
it m been u long time sincj we noted an
rqual u imber of water craft.
Tht continued quiet in our police
courts i aw;;'ib d to the diminished sale of
whiskyund the diminished silo of whisky
in ascrili'd to the scarcity of money. If this
lo utvirt.' it ml iti.m of thu nmttor, poverty
is not without it- btcniii;, after all.
Jo.'Ronek.'i's post ollice corner aloon
is rapidly taking sliap,., nud will bo thrown
open mi or about the l.'.th instant. Joe In
tends to I; jcpun eye t, exens:i, but will,
iiev.-rth-lfss, hive one of thu n,, miractivo
plucks of report in the city.
Wejirint elnewhero a sp-eiid notice of
the lailiiWentei taitiment to bo held In tin.
Reform fooins, on the H.'th lust. The pio
gruiiniit; is indicated in the notice, und
nothing Is hazarded, therefore, In predict.
ingthattho entertainment will nhnost kn
jeonci! tin uttendaneo of m.'iir'y everybody
u the city. Beaidca tU nrtich h of vcrtu,
value ami beiiuiy, to bo ptirchiuud, unit en
Joyed, thorewill Iw iniichtobe seen that will
appear quaint, curious, original nml inter
esting. Slunrt, the ICighth xtreet dry good's
man, ranks among our most liberal adver
tiscrs, nr.d, as a matter of course, stanilw In
the foremost rank of liberal and prosperous
Tho 'Arab's Ball, Christmas night, is
ulready iittrncting the attention, as well of
the young folks w ho take delight in the re
creation of the hull-mom, as of the people
of maturer years who wi.ih to encourage the
The throng thut crowded Dim. Ilart
inan's toy emitoriuin, yesterday, saw much
to wonder nt, ami niout ten car loads of
curious, costly, ingenious, handsome, useful
and ornamental objects to admire. To em
ploy mi original phrase, cavealcil to Tiik
Bulletin, the opening was n sums.
The many friends of Miss Anni" l'i.teher
will regret to leurn that she has undergone
no iniirkel improvement since she was
t.ikculll. l(er;!i.ysiciau pronounces her
ailment to bo Inflaniiiintfoii 'ti stomach
und liver. During the past four days her
stomach has rejected all kinds of nourish
ment, although there were indications of a
very slight improvement iu that respect
yesterday evening. Her case, although not
necessarily dangerous, is serious.
Come and see our display of ladies,'
gents' and children's hosiery and gloves, on
Monday. Ladle.) two buttou kid gloves
worth 73 for 50 cento; Celebrated Peri
not, two button kid gloves, only f 1; Cele
brated Trefotissec, two huttoii, kid gloves,
warranted worth $2, only $1 50. Head
quarters for hosiery, from 5c. to $1 per
pair. Gents' undershirts from 25c. aud up
ward. Ladies' Meriuo vesta cheap ai 50c.
for 40c. Gents' Chinchilla gauntlets 25c.
each nnd upward. Do not believe what
others say alwut us, but come and judge for
yourselves and we will do you good. Stu
art, Eighth street. '
- -Another man victimized by the snipe
game! Far beyond the race course, bent
over his open mouthed bag, holding a lan
tern that the snipe might walk into the
opening, there, for a long, lonely two hours,
the duped chap kept watch nml ward,
whilst Tom and Ed and the; balance of the
cruel pructicalit9, sniggered, and roared and
rolled in actual puroxysms of merriment;
until moved by a touch of sympathetic for
bearance they informed him that the night
wasn't a good one for snipe-bagging, and
that they'd better go home and try it some
other time. If this account is not balanced
before long, we are greatly mistaken as to
the metal of the individual who was vic
By an amendment to the by-laws ol thu
Cuiro Taxpayers' association, adopted nt tho
Friday evening meeting, the president was
authorized to designate three members of
the association to act as a committee on im
provements. The scope of the committee's
powers and duties was not prescribed, but is
suggested by its title. It will conceive,
mature and report measunw, the adoption
of which might add in any way to the ma
terial and moral well being of the city. Sug
gestions whereby the public expenses might
be lessened; public improvements under
taken, industries established and encour
aged, ubusos corrected, and a thousand other J
things thut will occur to the committee in
the progress of its labors. President Wood
ward appointed thu following named gen
tlemen as such committee, viz.: Wood
Rittcnhoiuo, Peter Neffand B. F. Blake.
We don't think: we indulge in a very
wild prognostication in placing the amount
of money that will bo spent in Cairo for
holiday goods, at fifty thotuand, two hun
dred aud eight ilolhr.'H, and forty cents.
The preparations for the trade fully wur
runt the prediction. In every dry goods
house, grocery, drugstore, jewelry establish
ments, millinery and book store of the
city, supplies of holiday good can bo seen;
graded to every taste und purse, and especi
ally adapted to the likings of the little ones.
With a shrewdness peculiar to Cairo mer
chants, mi eye has been kept to the funciea
und wants of the ladies. Once enlist tho
int'.Tost of th'j wives, mothers amid daugh
ters, and you have in your possession tho
"open sesame" to every purse in the city.
That's the reason we say what we do say :
that Cairo merchants will sell $50,000
worth of holiday goods.
Life insurance is a good thing, Tens
ot thousands of families arc, through Its
agency, Huved from penury and abject want,
and provided 'ib the means that occur u to
theina respuctablu nuhIciiuuco. It Is es
pecially for the poor man that the system
works out its blessings; but no agency for
good was ever better paiil. Performing all
its obligations with scrupulous exactness, it
has a tremendous margin for prollts. But
this niai ','in is rendered tremendous by the
patrons of lif i insurance companies them-
tclv.vs, In the m iyhboihood of Villa
liidge there was, some two or three years
ti'fo.a p Tf.ict in ui'u for life Insurance. Two
or three scores of persons 1 10k out policies;
but finding th, .in burdeiisom'i to carry, per
milted most of them to InpM', and all ilio
pi'etr.iuins they had paid to remain in tho
hands of tho company, It should, there
fore, bo thu especial can of persona who
propos1) to cll';rt life assurance, to ob-
t tin it at such nit 's as they ran pay, Mr
K. A. Burncti represents a company that
olT.ns Insurant'!' of thai cbnncier precisely
('all upon him, oh'ni.i your policy, nud you
will not on y hi cui'n cheap insurance, but
HU.ih an anybody will tell you Is sale und re
CA.1.0 BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOUM.N(t, DKCKM1U.U 8, IS7S.
Mrs. D. Axtell was iu the city jester
tiny. Out' drunken man, winding his way
ulong the Ohio levo, yebterdsy, was the
only intoxicated person we saw in tho city.
The types made us say, tho other day,
that Ilinklc, Thhtlowood ami Mooro were
slaughtering 700 hogs daily. The word
weekly should have been used.
Where notice is not given to thu con
trary, religious services, us also tho Sunday
schools, will be held to-day at the usual
hours morning ami evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Collins will leave for
Evunsville this afternoon. Mr. C. is the
Evansville ticket agent of the .St. Louis nnd
Illinois Southeastern railroad.
We caught the rumor on change, yes
tedray, that there is not a barrel of salt in
this city. This was probably a figurative
expression, however, to indicate great
The subject of Rev. Mr. Whittaker's
morning sermon, before the Methodist con
gregation, will be "Church Work." The
evening discourse will be on tho subject of
F. M. Ward, whose business for years
has been to keep the people cool in the
summer, und worm in tho winter time, in
forms our renders of his ability to supply
them with a superior article of coal nt a
very low figure.
Read the fpecial notice of Mr. J. S.
MeUnhey. He bus a large and varied sup
ply of lumber to exchange for cash, and
five of thine matchless Moline wagons to
exchange for anything that possesses a
Stuart's reliable dry goods house will
display on Monday, December 9, an ele
gant stock ol fancy dry goods and notions
bought expressly for the holiday trade, nnd
will be offered at prices that will clean them
out by January first.
The steamer John Porter, at our wharf
yesterday, was an object of painful interest.
Her trip from the lower Mississippi to Gal
lapolis, Ohio, will iu years to come, form
the busis of a story as horrible iu its details
as is that of the Black Hole of Calcuttu.
Mr. John Rees, tho Fourth ward baker,
is effecting much desired improvements in
his bakery uud sales room. His spacious
now oven is a pronounced success, aud en
ables him to supply bread and cakes by the
wagon load, as well as by the dime's worth.
Mrs. P. II. Pope, who had spent some
time in Cuiro, visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B.
Taylor, and her brothers, the Messrs. Sloo,
left for her homo iu Chicago, Friday even
ing, her departure being hastoueil by a tel
egram informing her of the illness of her J
The managers of the Rough and Ready
New Year's Eve Ball, are us industrious as
bees in the interest ot their undertaking.
With such men as John Kochler, Fred.
Ilofheinz, Sackburger nnd Scbatz to en
gineer the ull'air, there can be no doubt as
to tho result. Tho ball w ill be the biggest
thing of the season.
Mr. II. II. Caudee received a letti-r
yesterday, from bi.s sister, Mrs. A. B, Saf
ford, informing him of her purpose to visit
several localities of historic interest, und
then settle down for thu winter iu South
Italy. She was in Puris when the letter wus
written : but contemplated an early depar
ture. She was in the enjoyment of good
health, and had ben during her stay ou the
The many friends of Mr. Karris, Demo
cratic member of the legislature fromJuhu
son county, will be pained to learn
that lie is supposed to be in the lust
stages of consumption, and thut his death
may occur at any time. Mr. Funis is a
young man of good ability, of unexception
able character, and his death, should it oc
cur, will bo surely fi.lt, as well throughout
the 51st district, as among his immediate
Tho Climax base-burner stove is now
confessedly the best heater, the most econ
omical, and the handsomest of stoves in tho
market. Get thu Climax us your heater,
and tho famous Charter Oak as your cooker,
und if you don't bring happiness into both
the parlor und tho kitchen, there is a "screw
looso" in your domestic afi'airs that stoves
can't remedy. See Charley Henderson's
One of our neighboring exchanges
gives notice that Dr. Reynolds, the modest
and unobtrusive, yet widely known und im
mensely popular apostle of temperance, will
bo in Cairo next Tuesday. Wo have hoard
it stated that the doctor was wending his
way hither; but by what means our neigh
boring cotemporary is enabled to tlx the
day of his utrival, wo don't know. There
is a bare possibility thut he, the said cotem
porary, may bo slightly mistaken.
Don't throw away your chandeliers,
marred statuary, defaced clocks, or ubused
gas fixtures. They cun be re-bronzed and
restored to all their original completeness
by mbji'ding them to the processes which
Mr. II. T, (lerould Is rciuly to supply, lie
has secured the s 'rvices of u gentleman who
is a complete muster of thut business, and
has no hesitation in guaranteeing cut ire
satisfaction, alike as to tho quality of the
Work, anil the prices charged for it,
One of thu most eminent, southern phy
sK'iuuit has cxpr "s 'd nu apprehension iu
whli'!i rv.no of our t niro physicians ahsre.
It is that we will not h.ivo tho weeks of
continuous cold weather necessary to ctfec
tually kill out thegermsof the yellow fever.
Thu physician in question says that unlets
we have six or eight weeks of freezing
w eather, wo will have no assurance that tho
genua will not be brought to life and activ
ity by tho warm wcatlurof next sluing and
summer. It is not a very cheerful outlook,
it is true; but thoro is no necessity for bor
rowing alarm and trouble about it.
A colored man catching driftwood in
Ihc eddy below tho 1. C. R. R. wharfboat,
stepped upon a (hinting log, yesterday, und,
with a shriek that Wkked tho echoes, was
w hirled into the wutrr. He wus fished out
by a boy that accompanied him, and cut
home, a very cold mgro, und a terribly pro
-Mr. W. Pitcher is tho sgent m this
section of the country, forthreo articles that
will certainly be in( demand in ull those
families that have a care for tho complete
ness of llieir kitchru economy. The Uni
versal Family Scule is the most convenient
family platform scale ever manufactured, is
very cheap and w ill last a quarter of n cen
tury. The "Weight and Measure Cup" is
another very desirable contrivance that will
recommend itself on sight; while the Peer
less Flour and Meal Sifter will be bought
on sight. -Mr. Pitcher will call at the
homes of our Cuiro people, und thus afford
everybody the opportunity for buying the
set or any single article of it.
Officer llogun is of the opinion that us
many us five or six hundred tramps huve
passed through Cairo, during the past thirty
days, ou their way south. The reader who
has a proper estimate of the average tramp
can form arensonablo estimate of the char
acter of tbti legacy the North is bequeath
ing to the South. As the milder climate of
the South is the attraction, und as there has
been no really severe weather in the North
to compel a vigorous movement of tho in
fernal miwnnces, the South has, in the tens
of thousands of vagalwnds that have already
reached Ler borders, only a foretaste of
what is coming. What to do with them, is
certainly n very grave question. Many of
them, doubtless, will be shot and hung for
outrages upon unprotected women; but the
overwhelming balance how shall they be
disposed of? The suggestion may not be a
valuable one; but we olfer it anyhow. Knock
'cm oa. the head, and fill up the bloody
chasm with their carcasses.
Under the resolution adopted at the
last meeting of the Cairo Taxpayers' asso
ciation the president of the association,
Mr. L'. R. Woodward, was authorized and
requested to appoint a committee, consist
ing f ten members to suggest the passage
of irdinances und the adoption of means
wlu reby the sanitary condition of our city
shll be so improved and a system of quar
antine so enforced so as to render us more
seftire from epidemic sickness like that
from which our city so recently suffered,
and to w hich th? South is so often subjected.
The president of the association taking the
matter under advisement, yesterday ap
pointed the following named gentlemen to
constitute the committee, viz: J. Y.Tur
ner, Wood Rittcnhouse, Herman Meyer,
Win. McIIule, J. II. Robinsou, Sum'l Wal
ters. G. I). Williamson, William Lonerg.m,
Charles Lancaster, and A. Com
ings. As this committee is one
ef the highest importance, it is earnestly
hop-d and exp-cted that every member
named will accpt the appointment und
take part in tlm deliberation. The Execu
tive committee of th Taxpayers' resociu
t'u.ii will act in conjunction with the com
mittee of ten, meet and deliberate with it
ut any time or place that may be designa
ted. The Executive committee is composed
of the following gentlemen, viz: Col. S.
S. Taylor, F. Bros, P. G. Schuh, Col. John
Wood und William Stratton. The Tax
payers' association will meet again on Fri
day evening December 20th, when it is ex
pected the committee will make its report.
FANCY COSTUME BAZAAR.
Th .' buli.s of the Episcopal church w ill
gi-e a grand Fancy Entertainment at the
Tunprninee Hall on Thiir d.iy evening,
D.'Ceiuber lth. A line supper will be
served at (! o'clock in the American Depart -Miit,
including oysters and other dcliea
c'"S. At tin; New England table baked
hems and pumpkin pics will be found. Ice
cteani, candies, toys, fruits, a'.so fancy ar
ti:les for Christmas gifts can be procured in
a'amdaiice at low prices. Costumes of
France, Spain, Duly, Germany, Iielnnd,
Sweden und Norway, Russia, Iceland, etc.,
will be represented by the ladies in attend
ance on the different booths. A cordial in
vitation is extended to tho public.
Mv Motto "Quick sales aud . small
profits." So save your money by calling at
the I umber ynrd of J. 8. McGuhey. Build
ing material of all kinds, including side
walk nnd curbing lumber, cedar posts, etc.
Also, five two-horse Moline wagons for sale
Coal! Coal F. M. Ward has on hand
till best quality of coal for salo nt the mar
kit price. Very low. Ho will sown have
a iirge stock of wood Of all kinds, li s is
will known to every body and we trust
ho1 will receive his full shuru of pu
tMiage, Jk.uty and wiiitiii uro combined in the
gnaid "Ciitn:ix" base-bunnir stove. Mica
do)is, nickel-plated fenders nnd ornaments,
Tlie handsomest and best healing stove in
the market, and tho "Grand Charter Oak''
cooking stove has not its equal in any mar
ket. It is complete In all its department.
liMh for sub! by C. W. Henderson, 104
Ton line imported LliUors, go to
Stocktlktu & Buoss.
)H CKN1X D R
COU.COIMKUC.IAL AV. AND K1UI1TKKNTJ1 ST,
GEO. E. (MAM, rroprietor,
U supplied with a full stuck or I'lvnh Unit;, Medlclnua and Chemical of undoubted pnrlty.
Also Toiht Houps, Perfumery, Ilrushew, etc., anil a Full Lluouf all the popular l'alcut Family
lines ol the dny,
t tf-Kspeelal Cure anil Attention '.riven to the conipoiiiiilinx of physician' iin'wrlntloD".
LOCAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
Gold and Silvku Biionzino. II. T. Ger
ould is prepared to do bronzing of all de
scriptions, in every shade and style. He
lias in his employ n complete master of the
business, and will promptly fill any order
for bronzing clocks, statuary, gas fixtures,
metal or plaster ornaments of all kinds, etc..
in gold and jut, or any of the latest styles.
All his bronzes are direct from Fuerth, in
Bavaria, anil guaranteed to be of the purest
and best quality. Now is tho time to givu
him your orders.
Caiiio, III., December 8, 1S7S.
The following preamble and resolution
was adopted by the Board of Managers on
the !)d inst.:
That Whereas, The M.iuagers, coimcious
of their responsibility, deem it a duty to
adopt all precautionary measures for tho
protection and interests of its membcis,
Resolved, That this Board deem it inex
pedient to solicit memberships from xr
sons residint: in cities or tow ns bordering
on the Mississippi river, or wiihin ion
miles of the Gulf of Mexico.
Wm. Stkatton, President.
Tuuvns Lkwis, Secretary.
Tiik largest nnd best stock of sioes
tinware and all articles pertaining totbe
trade, at prices to suit the purchaser, at
Ip you would save money, buy your
school liooks, stationery, etc., of A. f. Py
utt & Co. Their stock is full, nnd i little
inquiry w ill satisfy you Unit their prices are
as low as the lowest.
Foil the finest imported Wines. ; to
Stocki li.tu it Bitoss.
The limst stoves in the wuhl. The
Westminister Base Burner, and tin Cham
pion Monitor cook stove at
. H lLLLV's.
A. Hai.lv is the principal dealer in stoves,
tinware, etc., of Cairo. His stock is tho
largest and finest ever offered in Southern
Illinois, and h:s prices Hie as low as the
Tin: parents and guardians of m lmi
cjiildren should U-ar i:i mind that A. W.
Pyatt i Co. keep every description of school
Issiks used in the public schools in Cairo,
and offer thtm at prices that should have a
controlling influence with economical buy
ers. At the packing ln;llsc of llinkle.
Thistlewtsid & Moore, on Commercial av
enve, one hundred bogs a day ure cut up,
consequently pigs' feet, spur.'-ribs, buck-
bones and other trimmings are for sale iu
large or small quantities, at ulmost "give
away' prices, liie linn are putting up
very fine new lard in suiti'l packagi s, for
family use. To this they invite special at
tention. FoH the best
Wines, go to
California ii:. indies end
Tim: old Rough and U -a iy tin coin;, my
the company that has earned the cogno
men of the "old reliable," will give a New
Year's Eve Ball, which they reasonably
hope everybody will encourage, and a niv.'.t
many attend. Like other organizations of
its kind in Cairo, it is compelled to "run
itself," und that tiling can't he done very
8uce':ssl'ul!y without the encouragement of
the people. The committee of managers
will, therefore, wait upon our citizens with
tickets, and as tho prico is only one dollar
each, they think they ought to sell at least
400 or 500. Tho ball will be a grand af
fair, anil nobody who attends will regret
his small investment.
Citizens of Cairo should bear in mind
that on tho 18th day of the present mouth
the Delta City fire company will give a ball
in the hall of their engine house, with a
view of replenishing their somewhat de
pleted treasury. Tho company has won
the praiso of our peopln for efficient work in
saving tho property of our citizens; and
now asks for something a little more sub
stantial. The ball will bo under tho direc
tion of experienced managers, the best
music, to bo obtained will be on hand, and
participants will bo insured a senium of
raro enjoyment. That all may contnbiito a
little to help a company that deserves so
much, the tickets havo been fixed nt at u
very low figure. It is tho duty . or every
householder, at least, to buy ono.
Cirr.w Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
bacco. v '
All tho finest brands of cigars mid to
bacco, lino cut nnd plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc., a largo
and varied stock, lor salo at wholesulu and
retail, ut P. Korsmyers, Sixth street near
UG STO II 10,
Foh a good shavo tor ten cents, a grxsj
hair cut for twenty-five cenU, go to Henry
Schick's burlier shop, No. 143 Conimen inl
Bt;v your school books ot A. W. I'yatt A
Co. Their stock is complete, and their
prices such as defy successful competition.
Foil the largest mut best selected stock
of Liquors, Wines and Cordiul of all kind,
to be found in Southern Illinois, go t
Stk:kh.ktu & Bjum.
Fon Sai.k. A good Milch Cow.
at the Bulletin Office.
Wood Sv.vknty-kivk (Vnth Pku Loa.
Until Di-ctHiWl.'iih, the Cuiro Ikx and
ILtsket company will wll nt their factory
comer of Thirty-fourth and Ivcc HtroeN,
dry wood at 75 cents per load. Will deliver
same to any part of the city at $1.25 x r
load. To receive prompt attention, c.vii
must accompany the order.
in dead curnest! He drops a thuiiderlsilt
in the wsy of
A clean sweep made. The public to le
No trash offered as a decoy. 1 hav
space to in'.'iition only a few articles:
Men's Grey Overt-outs
(.'assimere Business Suits.
Good Cassimere l'ant,
t!t Ohio !.
X.O. Anchor Lino from Cairo
HiVt NKW Oltl.K NH ASI) " , ,1 . ,
WAY LAND! M.S. -fHl ' 1"
The fine ld .vwh'.vl Freight aud l'a.wn';T ta ii
j ! AM LS I IOW Alii),
i J''" Nku.. Jitter. Ar.m: Wcsm..-. ;!
j lav. Cairo on Arrival of Kvei.inj Tnln.
) S:i( ,,,.,:,3 , HimtiiiInt lit!., l-7-))
To be followed by ft ' eh-fjnt anil pes1jr
JOHN A. KUUDDl'.ll.f
A .1. Ct.ni an. Miilcr. (.AiiiiUTT llci.L", li-rli
And llie masi.lnociit, fleet and liaVe
C I T V O !' A I, TO N
UlliAH n.'.Vrti. Mter. ViH. M iso, tit r'.
ssiil il'-iln.V, iJiii'iitlMti' rjs,!! ,
One of th" hovi! named titmls W'll low the An '
Line WiiarT LimI, foot of tsiilli ettw I.
- !: V 10 It V HA T IT UDAY,
'arrrlnir FHlit ami l'awnet r to all point- So-.
Any anil all iiniiirii'a by Itlttr or ptrrou will
prompt) attend! cl t )
Addri-M, THOMAS W. SMtFM'S.
Anchor Lino Wharf Ilo-t. Culm. Mit
MOIiKST'S MONTI I L
A LTind cieililnutinn of l,e .ntert'iiiii:i7. '
e- I'ul anil il .- n.-iiuitrul, iih tlm- nr. e :
lii" niel nil pirtur in t t h No. I'ri"''" !. p
lr.', fi'ly s.t, Milli an ui!."tcil-'l pivminn. i
'Plelillhl nil pl'.-til.-s . Hoik nl Aces lll.ll ill'' Li.
Iirli!'-. I.KMI hniii'H, iiiiimiiI'mI on ''.! n: lr.,ti-i
I'liitm .MV. ''Mru. Send po-l,il '".nl tei ull ii '.rt:
Iir". Adilo-.. W. JKNNIM'S liKJHUle.s. I".
Ij -t Kill St., X. V. ltl not (oil tni") ll.'' spe i.
.1 1 Mtn rv No
i (:to7-trice REi)i:ci:i.-$i.r,o
fV I I'M NUKSMIu
A J'oi.tlily M.i-'aliie for Ycunci t Ito.idi rj
slM'l'IMll.Y ll.l.rsTUATRi). Send 111 -enta
a specimen t'iy and Pri'tiii'iui-LNt. hulin'ribe i
llllU K'i 'u" nuiiiiieia oi nun i -ir (,,.t;y
HronilUiil Mtvet. Iln-ltoi.
Decorative Paper Ilangen
I A I N rV K 11
A flT.CIAI.TY MADK tOF
Ola.iut; and Kalsoniinii
I.envn Orders at Fiirel-y'a or ratker'a nook
ForaCiuniof lint followms! IiIkohsi h wljitii tin
fiTJNt number ul
Dr. Forbes' JlUAIi 11 r.
Will not care wllti Htmmrleibl') faco"!'.
Chills nnd Fever, Dyspepsia,
Price, $ i.
( Kidney, Spino und RluiKcv
No. '. lections, and Nervous I'm
( tion. Pric $:!.
.. ,, ) Poinabi Diseases and Womb
,,: J foot Ions. Pi too p.
y, . , Itillainatiot' of tho Lungs, 1
No. 1 : j mi(j Asthma. Price, M
Th above reward de not aaply tn Codes al
hi ihc snrifieni or r.iliil atom's, on reeeipi 01
will new! hid bv mull. Itewnro of Imllallou
I.,, ( tim If,, Ritinl for elreuliir tn
u" " nu. ti. w. Kottrt
ITU Ktm Ht Olnclnnatl. Ohio, and kiiiu puru
InipuiUinl to invuliuii.