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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLKTlN; WlilWESkV MOILS DKflKMMti 11. Ist8,
FaroewMroarsSKI.i.EH ttVKB IMM.8 bive
iZ, ,, tuuilar.1 rsuiedy lor Liver I ouijilalut.
rwilini'i. Hick Headache, Pain lu Hhouldor or
Mask. Dlailne, Coaled lonnue, Kever and Aijne,
aid all iIIwum rittns ft"m deranp-d state of the
Liver or swuiarh. Tnomaa Adunia. of Handy.
?, ,,. MI.t- I'M have saved hundred of
d'liu-. In doctor.1 hill 111 Ihl country. "It. K.
SXri i "to.. Proprietors, HiteburK. l'a. Barclay
Bros., Agent, fatro.
rJHE GREAT BLOOD TOXIC
tot the cure f tl disease! artMnit from iinpnra
Mood. nd fur luvltforatluii aud strcnxthfnliig- llio
vitalorirana. Arc vou weak, uervoua, duhilllali-d,
imle od emaciated 1 Have you lost your appetite!
Have you nausea, pain In tho back. ct If ao. Dr.
lAwisey Blood Searcher will drivo out the dlseas
andbrlni? bf Bloom of Health, l'lmple.
Uotls, Krvnlpclaa, Tetter, halt Rhcura. ., are bnt
rfac Iridicatloua of Mood Diacaae; and Dr. Ltud-ai-y'a
BIimmI Searcher, by purlfylnj the system soft
ens the skla aud beautifles the coroulcitou. Sold
lit all dni,'l"i. $1 GO per bottle. It. . Helleni,
1'wurMor, FilUburs, l'a. Barclay Bros., AgeuU
ELLER'S C0U01I SYRUP.
..... r m.tIA Tt la fhn n,nt nlpa.nnt
and popular remedy for l nucha, told, troop.
Uuaranusa and all throat and Ions disease. Uaa
boea lu use for half a cenlnrv. Doctor recommend
mhI prescrllio It. 4. K 1 oilman. I-onk 1. .. III.,
n,: ; uaavcduy two children from the crave.
A h. Slmmona, of Baltimore Md., also says: -It
will cure the worst couch Immediately. Ak jour
wroiriclxt or e. -ueral storekeeper for It and take no
other, Price. Sic.. W., and I W per boltle. Scad
for circular. It. K. seller Co.. Proprietor.
Itttrburi;. l'a. Barclay Hro.. AceiitiCajrt.
H. MAREAN, M. I).,
- Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Off m 13a Commercial avenue. Residence corner
. four l eulU Si. aud Washington avenue, Cairo.
yy R. SMITH, M. D.
f Uce and Resilience:
NO. SI TniRtBEXTH STRKKT. CAIRO. .!
U. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Owci-Xo. ISfi Commercial Avenue, between
KlahUi and Xluth Strrvu
JJR W. C. JOCELYN,
CKFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Atenne.
OFFICE Ohio Levefl.brt. Fourth and Klsth
J IXEQAR & LAXSDEN,
tlFFICK No. US Commercial Atciiuo.
'THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OK ALEXANDER COl'NTY.
Only Sforniiiff Daily in Southern Illinois
Wo are authorized to annnnnce the namo of Al
ntau CoNixoa a a candidate for City Treasurer at
the enaoiug city election.
We ara athorlxed to announce the name of Wal
T L. BiuhTiil a a candidate for the olllre of City
'iYraaurrt, at the ensuing charter election.
Hioxai Orr"T I
Cairo. III.. Dec. 10, IHTS. f
Time. Bar. 'J'uur, hum. Wind. Vel. VSeatlivr.
N. W. S Cloudy
W. 10 Cloudv
W. 4 Krtlr '
W. 8 Fair
S p. m. .fi Ti)
Maximum Temperature. 4HS; Uluimum Tern
poraiure, ii ; Rainfall 0.00 inch.
W. n. RAY,
gcru't Signal Corpa, V. H. A.
Nonc.-To whom it mat ooNclitN. The Cairo
Ilollctln Co., will pay no bill contracted by any of
It employes, or any one connected with Till Bit
uf, unless the same la made ou a writen order
Uiicd by myself, audthe order uiust be attached to
the bill when presented.
E. A. Buhnktt,
MATTERS OF LOCAL IMPORT.
Among the many urticles disjiluyoil by
Mrs. 'Williamson, wo noticed uti elegant
necklace for $1.25.
There wua a large un.l jileusant gather
ing at the opening of the skating rink at
Turuer'b hull last night.
Miss Ma Harrell was siiir-ring from
an attack of fever yesterday. If vinils due
to her music scholars arc not maile to-duy,
the delintiuency must lie charged to her
Mia Annie Pitcher was resting much
a.sier yesterday, although very weak. The
f.v'r had entirely left her, sho whs free
from pain, ami tho doctor regarded her
iwedy n-covery a certaiuty.
Mr. William Hun-ell is making ur
Mng.:meiit.s that look to the early opening
of a family grocery in one of the buildings
or the Wilcox block. The nlock will be in
place probably next week. .
Persons pissingdown the levee near the
Illinois Central passtMigcr depot will ob
erve some fine decorative work on th:i win
Iuwh if Dan Fitzgerald's restaurant. Dam's
Ted-hcuded bar-keeper lathe artist.
Mehrs.Sairord, Morris uml Candee re
present Home of the largest and soundest
life insurance companies In tho United
Htutc'. Hecure a policy with them, and
leep mjuiider from a sense of duty done.
Tho Arab's IUU Cliristmas night, is
alreudy uttractlng the attention, us well of
the young folk who take delight in the re
creation of the ball-room, ns of t, jicj !
of inaturcr ycam who wish to encourage the
Miss Ma Haibatigh leaves the city to
ly, for Villa Ridge. Sho lias formed an
i'xltd opinion of tho social characteristics
of Cairo young folks, having formed mini
from acquaintances which she prizes very
highly.' Sho will probably not return to
her homo In Indiana until after the holi
days. Examinations for a e'Mhl aro in or
der again. Siti Hun. Wm I lartzcli's no
tice. lleuieniljcr the Arala Rail, Christmas
night. It will be the grand feature of our
The nice to which w o refcrn-d yester
day, was between young Kochlor' animal
ami n Kentucky hors.1. The Cairo nag won
Our purpose to placo olflors aitcra of
the new Memphis wharf-lioat, was rendeivd
futile by the compositor, who MiWitutiil
Mrs. John Fulton, now stopping with
her Mm, Mr. Mat. P. Fulton, has Ix'en ipiite
ill, from the ctfecls of a sudden cold, for a
jieruxl of almut six wwks.
Sec to it that no other engagement in
tervenes to prevent your attendance upon the
Fancy Costume Ba.tr. Thursday evening.
Another occasion, presenting so many en
joyable features, may not be provided ihis
Another bumper is In-ing p'.aul in
the yard of the I. C. 11. R. As leaning"
and scratching" jiosts for lazy mm theso
bumpers arc anything in the world but fail
ures. We w ish it understiKul, however, that
we don't speak from an experimental knowl
edge. Wc acknowledge the receipt of a sample
ot as hnc sausage a we ever saw, sent us by
Mr. J. Walter, manufactured by him in his
new steam sausage factory on Eighth street.
They are fresh and fine, and wc recommend
all w ho enjoy a good dish of sausage, to
try those manufactured by Walter.
Mr. S. E. Wilson is in receipt 'of a sup
ply of as choice Lee oranges, Malaga rais
ins, Michigan cider, Malaga and Messina
lemons, etc., as was ever brought to tho
Cairo market. In point of price, ns well as
quality, they can scarcely fail to commend
themselves to sensible buyers. Sec his
Mrs. J.Rurton Kelly died on Wednes
day, of last week, and not on Thanksgiving
day, as heretofore reported. She died in
tho home of her parents, 18.1 Rarr street,
Cincinnati, at which place her funeral took
place last Friday. She was 21 years and
3 months old. Wc obtain these particulars
from the" Cincinnati Enquirer of the 5th
Wc this morning announce W. L.
Bristol as a candidate for city treasurer.
Mr. Bristol has licen in business in Cairo
for nearly fifteen years and is favorably
known to every voter in the city. His rep
utation as a business man is a guarantee
that if elected he will fill the office to
which he aspires, with honor to himself
and the voters who elect him.
Mr. and Mrs. Cortez Howe, neighbor
ing country residents, brought their child
to Cairo, last week, for treatment for fever
and ague. The case had resisted ull the
most potent remedies within their reach,
and the l.ttlo sufferer continued to grow
worse. It was with but siight hopes
of saving it they brought it to Cuiro; but
they returned home, a few days ago. with a
youngster fairly crowing in the exuberance
of restored health and rc-aiiimated spirits.
- The couuty jail is a perfect failure as a
big bonanza, now-a-days. Its keeper holds
the keys that lock tho doors upon one man,
only; and when meal time comes around,
the prison grub is the fill of a single plate.
Three dollars and a half per week in county
orders is the compensation. t So wonder
that conjecture is not rife as to who is to be
Jack Hodges' jailer. Mr. Hodges, by the
way, will fill that position himself, until a
"revival of business" necessitates assistance.
Our readers will recall un item in Tiik
Bt'M.KTiN, in which we gave the particulars
of a mishap to Mr. Henry llunsaker that
threatened a fatal termination how, while
carrying a couple ot butcher knives in his
hand, he was thrown from the mule he was
riding, one ot the knives penetrating to the
cavity of his body. We are glad to be able
to say a vigorous constitution enabled him
to outlive his terrible injuries, and to fully
recover from the effects of them. Ho was
in Cairo, yesterday, ns sound, apparently, as
he ever was.
Trumps of all sorts and sizes were on a
hunt about the city yesterday, primarily to
find something to eat, and secondarily for
the man who could furnish them transpor
tation out of tho city. The number in the
city yesterday certainly did not full below
one hundred and fifty. Every boogur of
them hud been moved in this direction by
the cold weather, their destination being
the warmer regions of Dixie. It the people
ot Dixie will send them all to a "warmer
region" still, they will render themselves
Perhaps no man connected with tho
Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans rail
road stands higher in the estimation of bis
employers than Mr. John S. McKay, the
Hgcnt of that road at Fillmore City. As a
recognition of his fidelity to tho interests
of the company, Mr James C. Clark, the
president of tho road, made him a present,
yesterday, of a fine and costly gold watch
and chain, tho former bearing this Inscrip
tion: "C. St. L. & N. O. R. R. to John S.
McKay, Dec. 187H. He U Fnlthfiil." Mr.
McKay has been the agent of tho r-omn"v
at Pil'inore ever since the rutd - ' .
to tlmt point, and the tinivi . lesiininny
i? h,il let lias been watchi'n!, Ulhful and
j -fpei He received a Christmas present
j of $ from the company Sat year, all of
which form a ' feather" In Mr. McK.'s rail
road hat, thut he should wear with pleasure.
Now that Mr. Oberly maintains no bus
j hie or editorial connection with Tiik
; Hi i.i.tnix, it may occur that on Individual
( will he found, hero and there, who will not
; insist UH)ii holding h'm responsible for the
paper's editorial outgivings. Persons of
this kind will be few, we know, but it w ill
j lie somewhat assuring to find oxk.
! Our neighlior, of the Sun, speaks thus
kindly of the induction of Mr. Burnett into
j the harness us lessee and lmmager of Tiik
J Cairo lit i.i.ltin printing house: "Tiik
Caiiui Bi i.i.KTix, and job printing office
connected therewith, have been leased by
Mr. K. A. Burnett, who is now the responsi
ble man in that establishment. We con
gntulat.Mhe Biu.riiN s patrons and Mr.
Burnett. The new man is old to the !3t i.
i.ktix, having be,-n its business manager
for years. We wish him much lhanc'ml
We have rceriwd the initial number of
the Perry Couuty Signal, published mid ed
i ited by Wall and Murphv, Murphysboiti.
It is largely (and sensibly) devoted to local
matters, which arc written up in a very at
tractive, and, where admissable, humorous
and pungent maimer. It is a very obnox
ious sheet, politically, but otherwise it is
one of tin most readable county papers
that finds its way to our exchange table.
After w hat we have said respecting its Hil
itics it is scarcely uccesaary toaddthat it is
an advocate of the varying and shadowy
i.-ms of the Republican party.
J. V. Sullivan, M. D., having recovered
his accustomed health, has resinned the
practice of his profession, and w ill be found
in his office, Commercial avenue, between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth, nt all hours of
the day or night, when not utisent on pro
fessional calls. The doctor' illness was of
m severe a type that for several days he
oscillated between tiiis mundane sphere of
ours and "the !lu; bjyond," liable ut any
moment to be dropped between ; but, after
what might be denominated a '-tight pull,"
ho came through all right, and is again a
vigorous specimen of humanity.
One Mr. Mitchem won the distinction
yesterday, of lniug the first man. since last
Wednesday, who bad been held to mi ac
count fur a violation of our city ordinances.
He drank plentifully, became noisy, run!
finally so ugly that Officer Axley felt called
upon to "take him in." He was accord
ingly, escorted to the office of Judge Bird,
who imjiosed upon hiui a tine of .1 imd the
usual accompaniments. The prisoner
avowed a purpose to pay the bill, and with
that view he invited the otiiecr to accom
pany him to his "banker," who resided
somewhere in the upper part of the city.
Major & Tessier are pushing, industri
ous and enterprising citizens. From a small
commencement, they have built up an es
tablishment for the manufacture of plows,
wagons, drays, etc., thut adds very consider
ably to the productive industry of the city.
Their new building, completed so far as the
exterior is concerned, will enable them to
increase the pnxluetion of articles in their
line, to any extent that is likely to be re
quired. The building is about twenty-four
feet in width, one story in height, and one
hundred and thirty five feet in length. With
a few hundred more-such men us they ure,
in our midst, the manufacturing industries
of Cairo would "hum."
And still the contest for the Cairo
post-office rages. Wright mid Hughes,
McKeaig and Yost ure tho prominent appli
cants, each one of them tolerably certain
that he is the coming man. We may incur
the displeasure of the applicants by ex
pressing an opinion upon such a tender
subject; but the public expects nothing less
of us, and shall not be disappointed. In
so far, then, as a toh ruble well informed
outsider may judge the chances of Wright,
Hughes, McKeaig and Yo-,t,are the bright
est. If somebody else doesn't obtain the
appointment, one of the four gentlemen
named will be the next Cairo postmaster!
That's our opinion. It's our nature to be
outspoken. If you don't like it, stop your
We spoke yesterday of the arrivul in
our city of Miss Maud Harwood, ot Anna,
remarking that she was en route south to
fill an engagement as teacher in a conserva
tory of music. The young lady arrived as
stated; but contemplating the distance that
would separate her from friends and home,
and tho thousand unpleasunt things that
might attend tho location of a stranger
among strangers, bIic changed her mind,
and returned to Anna, by the next train
going north. Miss II. comes of one of the
most respectable families of Union county,
and having a comfortable and well appoint
ed home, the surprise will be, not that she
returned to it, but that she ever consented
to leave it. Mr. Thomas Morgan accom
panied her on her return trip.
In estimating Sheriff Hodges' receipts
in tho way of fees, yesterday, we overlooked
the probability that hi: will not have more
than half tho number of prisoners to con
vey to the penitentiary, during tho coining
year, that Sheriff Saup had last year; and
that, instead of taking them itfO miles to
Juliet, as Mr. Saup did, Mr. Hodges will
lodge them in Chester, more than two hun
dred miles nearer home. In no event will
the profits, arising to Mr. Hodges from this
itiree. exceed, say, ft 21. Upon all tuxes
that ho collects prior to tin 10th of March,
ho w'ill receive u commission of only two
percent. After that date tho commissions
upon his collections will bo three per cent.
We take? it that If any of our people 'think
there Is "money hi It," that Mr.notlges will
sell to them every cent of tho emoluments
of tho Sherill's and collector's office for
$2,000. Mr.Suup's commissions as collector,
last year, amounted to exactly $3,0)10.
The couiiiiuiiietition over the signature
of " Rush." Is well written, nnd embodies
much that would be interesting to our
readers; but it deals with 41 subject which Is
" tabooed, ' ill so far us the columns of Tiik
Bii.i.ktln tiro concerned. We have sedu
lously held aloof from tho discussion of
any system of religion or medicine upon
which the members of our community tiro
divided. The necessity for the adoption of
such a course was taught tons in an ex
perience that 'was neither pleasant nor
profitable. The communication in ques
tion would le thankful lyjreceived, no doubt,
by tho publisher of any periodical devoted
to the subject upon which it treats; but it
would not only be out of place in the col
umns of Tiik. Bi'u.ktin, but would pro
voke a controversy that would eventually
be unpleasant to all concerned. For these
reasons we must respectfully decline, etc.,
at tit" same, time thanking the writer for
placing it at our disposal.
A little girl, her face all begrimed
with dirt and tears, scantily and meanly
clad, approached a policvmaii yesterday,
and commenced her tale of woe, but her
utterance was sii "choked by tenia" that
her story was fragmentary. She told
enough, however, to give the officer to un
dcrrtaiid that her mother was giwu to
drunkeuiKss. and to great violence about
her home while in that condition. " She
is b-b-br-'aking everything, Mr. Officer, and
I ca-can't can't stand it any longer." And
here th? poor ill-clad little creature broke
down; great big tears welled up in her
eyes, and she looked imploringly to the
officer, as if she thought his power omnipo
tent. Through inquiry we learned that tho
mother had been in the habit of getting
drunk whenever sho could get the liquor;
that no amount of night-walking was great
enough to stand as a bar b?tween her aud
a gratification of her appetite. Filled with
her maddening draughts, she would return
home, and there display all the ugliness of
her debased nature. At tlio closing of the
courts hist night, the petition of the little
girl had not been heeded. The woman had
not been arrested.
The city election pot has begun to
simmer. In almost any part of the city you
can hear the probabilities of the next spring
contest discussed, and as time passes on
these discussions take on increased anima
tion. Mr. Coinings and Mr. Bristol
are, iivuvedly, in the field for
tho office of city treasurer. Mr. Parker
cuuuot, because of legal restraints, be his
own succcsjor. H :ncu he is not a probable
candidate. Mr. F. M. Ward begins to
loom up as an opponent of tho field;
but has not, through the usual
channel, given anybody authority to use his
name in that connection. It seems to be
accepted us a settled thing that Jack Winter
will stand for re-election, and that Thistle
wood will be his opponent. We have been
told that Mr. Winter will bo a candidate
in almost any event, but we huve seen no
one who can speak nuthoratiwly ns to the
candidacy of Mr. ThisMewood. Mr. Phillis
will most likely be a candidate for re-election
to tiie olli.ic of city clerk, and we have
be:; id intimations that his most formidable
opponent will be a colored man. For the
offices of Aldermen to be filled, there will
be no notable contest until the day of elec
tion. In tho mean time the columns of
Tiik Blu.kii.n are at the svrvice of the
candidates at the Usual rates and candidates
w ho do not stand in their own light, and
arc wise unto their own salvation, will not
fail to avail themselves of our columns at
the earliest reasonable opiort;inity.
A Mi;uen..vr down town sells more of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup than ull other
medicines together. It surely must be
the best remedy for a cough.
. Attkxtiun. Col. Robert A. Lowery, of
Kentucky, will deliver an address betore
the Cairo Temperance Reform club on
Friday evening, l;Jth inst. All are invited.
P. W. Barclay, President.
Don't complete your holiday purchases
until you visit the establishment of Am
brose Pyatt & Co. They have a great many
articles, useful und ornamental, that you
will buy on sight, when you learn the aston
ishingly low figures.
CimisTMAS Oiianoks, ETc.-Just received,
80 cases choice Louisiana Oranges, choice
Malaga Raisins, choice Michigan cider.
Ohio cider, cream heese, pigs leet, per
keg and per half barrel, C nuts per 100 and
hogshead, Malaga and Messina lemons for
the holiday. Also to arrive December 20,
50 bhls choice coast selected oranges, by
bbl and box, very fine, expressly for the
city trade. S. E. WILSON.
tj: Ohio Levee.
Wantkd. A good girl for general house
work at M. Howley's.
C.m.i, at Mi's. S. Williamson's, nnd see
her boipiets and baskets of natural llowors,
for the holidays.
Amiiiiosk Pyatt & Co. have not been un
mindful uflhcapprouch of the holidays, und
in order to supply some of the demands
of the occasion, they have laid in u very at
tractive stock of photographic albums, auto
graphic albums, embossed pictures, picture
liooks, und numerous other articles that will
form a pirt of the supply that will be pro
viped for nearly every Iioubj in tho city.
pHXENIX D RUG STO RK,
cent, co m m j 1 1 ci a r ay. an i kigiitki:ntii jst,
GEO. E. 0'HAKA, Proprietor,
la nipplli'd wllh a full alock of Fresh Dru, Medicine and Chemical of undoubted purity.
cliH"ol0tXuldHVH0"1'"' IVru""?' '-isIu', etc.. aud a Full Murof ill the popular I'utiol Family Vnl
lKi(.clul Car ami Attention (then to the I'oiiipiiiuiilliiK of physicians' preaerlntlons.
Caiikt Examination. Notice is hereby
given to all young men between tho ages
of seventeen and twenty-two, residing In
the lWth congressional district of Illinois,
that a competitive examination will be held
at Du Quoin, Perry county, Illinois, on
Friday, January 10, 1871), for the purpose
of selecting a Cadet to the United States
Military Academy at West Point, N. Y.
The examination will be held before an
examining bourd to be hereafter designated,
whoso decision will control me in making
tho appointment. Candidates must he
physically sound, well fotnied, of robust
constitution and at least five feet in bight.
M. C. 18th District, Illinois.
(The press of the district please copy.) '
Mii.i.inkuy. Mrs. S. Williamson diss
not intcu'l to bo undersold. She invites at
tention to tiie following prices ou hats, und
assures her friends und customers that they
are lower thun the same goods can be pur
chased in any market. She will sell felt
hats 40c. to 75c: and the very finest felt for
$1.00 worth $1.50; straw hats for :!5c.
worth 50c. ; straw worth C5c. for 50c; fine
straw Milan for 00c worth $1.50, also
Milam for 75c worth $1.25. Feathers,
(lowers und other goods proMiitionally low.
She only asks that you call and see for
yourself, as she is desirous of closing out
tltat branch of her business before New
Year. She invites attention of her custom
ers to her elegant fur trimmings suitable
for cloaks, which she sells by the yard, also
a full line of ladies' and children's furs ut
very low prices. Her stwk of jewelry, suit
able for holiday gifts, Is lurge and of great
variety. Shu iuvites special attention to
this. She will keep a full stock of natural
flowers in lxiquets and baskets for the holi
days. Her English crape rouchings and
English ernpe collars for mourning goods
are very tin'?. These gissls have not been
in market for several years. Silver and
gold rotic'iings, very fine. Call und see their
stock of urticles too numerous to mention.
Blank Books of every description can
be purchased much cheaper than elsew here,
from Ambrose Pyatt Si Co. Stationery and
office fixtures equally low.
The finest stoves in the world. The
Westminister Base Burner, und the Cham
pion Monitor cook stove ut
Tin: largest and best t.ck of stoves
tinware and all articles pertaining to the
trade, ut juices to suit the purchaser, at
Foil the finest imported Wines, go to
Stockki.ltii & Bnoss.
At the packing house of Hiukle,
Thistlewood tfc. Moore, on Commercial av
envc, one hundred hogs u day ure cut up,
consequently pigs' feet, spare-ribs, back
bones und other trimmings ure for sale in
large or small quantities, at almost "give
uwuy" prices. The firm ure putting up
very tine new lard in small packages, for
family use. To this they invite special at
tention. THE BOSS CLOTHIER.
The Buss Clothier in the city, is
01 Ohio Lkvkk,
This can be easily proved by going to
him, and trying bis Clothes, and you will
swear he's the Boss,
CrnzKNS of Cairo should bear in mind
that ou the 18th day of the present month
the Delta City fire company will give a ball
in tho hall of their engine bouse, with a
view of replenishing their somewhat de
pleted treasury. Tho company bus won
the praise of our people for efficient work in
saving the property of our citizens; and
now asks for something a little more sub
stantial. Tho ball will bo under the direc
tion of experienced managers, the best
music to bo obtained will be on hand, and
participants will bo insured a season of
rare enjoyment. Thut all may contribute a
little to help a company that deserves so
much, the tickets have been fixed ut at a
very low figure. It is the duty or every
householder, at least, to buy one.
All tho finest brands of cigars und to
bacco, tine cut nnd plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc., a large
and vuried stock, tor sulo at wholesale and
retail, at F. Korsmyers, Sixth street near
for good well made, well trimmed, well
sewed, fashionable cut and neat fitting
Clothing is at
1(01 Ohio Lovoo.
This house has established the reputation of
selling tho bust goods for tho money, of
any house in tho city. Every garment
umi kcd in h.aim fioit.mh.
Now is the time to get your Overcoat--
and inter Suits. A. Maux,
01 Ohio Levee.
is ttlit lif.kt nnil .li..At,..u ..I...... ... . - .
- ' .,i-Hyi;iH lo go lO Jfi'l.
tucm. i ry limi and be convinced.
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l mi lliu ...i!r , i
..... . viiinunuii jirunoies ami
Wines, go to Stockklkth & Bn..
FANCY COSTCMK BAZAAR.
The ladies of the Episcopal church nil
give a grand Fancy Entertainment at th"
Temperance Hall on Thursday evening!
December 12th. A lino supper will Is,
served at 0 o'clock in the American Depart)
mcnt, including oysters and other deliea'
cies. At the New England tuble baked
beans and pumpkin pics will be found, lu
cream, candies, toys, fruits, also fancy ur
tides forCliristtuiw gifts run 1st pmcunsl ii
ubuudunco nt low prices. Costumes o
France, Spain, Italy, Orniuiiy, lich.u.l
Sweden and Norway, Russia. Iceland, etc :
w ill be represented by the ladies in attend
unce on the different booths. A cordial in
vitation is extended to the public.
My M'rrro "Quick sales and m'
profits." So save your money by calling :
the lumlaryardof.1. S. MeGuhcy. Uuiln
ing material of all kinds, including sid.
walk and curbing luinlier. cedar po.ts, i t.f
Also, five two-hors.' Mobile wagons for m
Coal! Coal F. M. ard has on lis;
the Ix-st quality of coal for ssle at the m:i
ket price. Very low. lbs will soon ha v
n largo stock of wissl oi all kinds. IU r
well known to every IhmIJ- and we tro
lie will receive liia lull share of i-,-n
Foil u good hluivft lor ten cents, a g
hair cut for tweuty-five cents, go to Hi n'.
Schick's barbershop, No. 142 Comincrci
Foil the best brands ot old hand-mv
iMT and Sweet Mash Whiskeys, go to
Stockklkth Si Bnoss.
Foil the largest und Is-st selncted stiv j
of Liquors, Wines and Cordials of all kin ic
to be found in Southern Illinois, go' to
Sto kki ktii Buds'
Bkai ty and woiitii ure combined in 1 1
grand "Climax" hnsc-burncr stove. Mil
doors, iiickcl-pbiteil fend, rs and ornament
The handsomest and lxt heat ing stove .)
the murket, and the "(Jr.md Charter 0'
cooking stove leu not its equal in any ma
ket. It is complete in all its department;
Both for sale by C. W. Henderson, id
Foil tine iniorted Liquors, go to
t SriK KKLKTII & BllOf.t
A. If ai.i.y is the principal dealer in stov -
tinware, etc., of Cairo. His stock is ti)
largest and finest ever offered in Southei
Illinois, and his prices me hs low as ti!
Wood Skvknty-xivk Cknts Pku 1am
Until December 15th, the Cairo It x nt
Basket coin puny will sell ut their facte
corner oi i nirty-iourtli ami iz-vee strei:
dry wood at 75 cents per loud. Will deliv
same to any part of the city ut $1.25
load. To receive prompt attention, t a
iniist accompany the order.
in dead earnest! Re drops a thund'Tlx
in the way of
A clean sweep miide. The public to
No trash offered as a decoy. I bs
Bpace to mention only a few articles:
Men's (Irey Overcoats
Cassimere Business Suits,
Good Cassimere Pants,
01 Ohio Levee
500 KEWAKD. W
$500 HEW A 111) ! ;
ForaCaso of the followmu Mneni' which Ihn L
feruut niiinliera ol I
Dr. Forties' HEALTH PA If
Will not euro with IteniarlsaMe Sum s". It
, Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, ew
l! j Price, $2. (j
( Kidney, Spine nnd Bladder ijr
No. 2 : lections, und Nervous Prosfi
tion. Price, $;!.. , ,y
v ,, j Female Diseases and Womb A
0' 11 ' j ructions. Price $;. t
v . , ) Inlhimutioii of the Lungs, Bi
AO. 4 . and Asthma. Price, $5. j
TI. t!ovn rev'srd lines not apply to Cases sires''
In llio surgical or ruts) stairrs. (in receipt of prtl
will send rail by mull, Bewsro of Imitation, U
noue but the l'orbes, Keml for circular to I
lK. . W. KOHIIK.Ia
ITU Rim 0t.. Cincinnati, Ohio, and lenrn partlcule
luiinruut to mvalld). I