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lotlvrnet, pica .rilul,UB. Kuvcr and AiU.
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rjlIIE GREAT BLOOD T0NICW
Kor the cure af ll dUce arWn from Impure
CkHKl i.U ror ti.vl.ralliiK and Mrenuthen n the
J Ulorn. Arejml Wf.lt, uervotu. debilltn cd.
MlaiS emaciated? llavo yuu lut your appetl let
llive tob iiauwa. !in In the lwk. .tcr ll no. Dr.
J ndey. Blond Se.rcher .ill dm out IUo -1
wd bring back ! Hlwira of lU-ilth. 1'lmp .
ltoll., Eo'.lpela. Trttr. bait Rheum. 4 . are hut
wrfarVli dllon. of Wood l-;: and lr. Llnd
Bleed Searcher. lv purifying the Mem oft
rnthekluand bcauline the comjilejlou. old
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gELLER'S C0U01I 8YKIT.
Over l.aW.Orohottleiiotd. It If tli" plea.ant
ud popular remedy for Com-li. Col. croup.
lloar!mc and all turoM nd luu dleae. H
been In use for blf century. Doctor recommend.
HDd unwcrllxi It. J. E. Youman, Long I. O.. 111.,
say: ; "Halved mv two children front the cravK.
A I. Simmon, oi' Baltimore. Sid. also .: "It
will cure thtf won't cough Immediately. Ak your
drug irlt or general storekeeper for it and Uke uo
other, Price. Sc.. 50., and $10u per boitte. tcud
tor circular. H. K. feller A Co., Proprietor,
PttUhurg, Barclay llro., Agent. Cairo.
II. MAKEAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon-
Offlc lie Commorclal avenne. Itesldcuce corner
Konrt euihbt. and Waahlngtoii avenue, Cairo.
y R. SMITH, M. D.
' . Owe and ResIJrncf :
7C0. il TIIIKTEENTII JTRT1C.IRf), JJUL
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornci No. 1M Comrai-rclal
Eighth and Ninth Street
R W. C JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eltfhtk Btrcnt, near Commercial ATenno.
FFICK Ohio Kevee, bet. Fourth and Sixth t.
JIXEQAR & LANSDEN,
FFICK-Nn. 119 Commereial Avcnuo.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICIAL PAPEH OK ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
We arc authorized to Announce the name of Ai.
ruEiCoiiiNi;aat a caudldatc for City Treaaurur at
the encnlngclty vlectlou.
We are athorlied In announce the, name of Wat.
tbhL. Bhwtoi. an a candiiliite for the olllco of City
'rrcaurer, at the eimiiiii charter election.
Noriri. to wiinK it mat TONi-Env. The Culro
Bulletin Co,, will pay no bills contracted hy any of
It employed, or any ; connected with Tiik lii l.
uni! uuIum the same la made on a wrltvn order
eisued by mym'lf, andthu order niunt he attached to
the bill when nriKeuted.
E. A. BuitSKTT,
MATTERS OF LOCAL IMI'OKT.
At the St. Charles hotel.
--Thc new hotel ftt East Cairo, was open
yesterday, under the management of a Mr.
Among the many articles displayed by
Mrs. Williamson, vc noticed an elegant
uecklacc for $1.23.
Remember the Arab's Hall, Christinas
night, at the St. Charles hotel. It will be
the grand feature of our holidays.
Young folks from all parts of the city
thronged the cabin of the James Howard
last night. The occasion was a delightful
' The city council held no meeting Tues
day evening. The members present effect
ed an adjournment until to-morrow, Friday
Appellate clerk Harman did not leave
ho cily yesterday, as he expected to do.
lie will leave to-day; but will return again
in the course of a week or two.
All talk to the effect that the pay of
the Cairn Duslmaster is to bo iiu-rniised to
. $3,000 to induce Col. McKcaig to accept a
rc-appoinlment, is mum stuff.
, . ,
Iwcnty-five new pairs of W. K. A.
f illf.L'u vvt.rit mi flu. ui.ln ..r 1 Hi...
....... .... ni'iu iiui.it ui 1111; iiiiiutm
Central railroad yesterday. They were tie
wgneil for coal curs for tho Mississippi
If an obstacle obtrudes itself between
you ami your desire to attend the Fancy
(Jostumu Bazaar to-night, go around, crawl
under or climb over it. Attend, in spite
ot obstacles; IV a man!
. Professor E. Leon, the noted tight-rope
walker, arrived 111 the city last evening with
n full company of acrobats und gymnasts,
and will give our people un entertainment
Inffore leaving. Ho is on his way to the
, Sitith the Sun: "By the way, wouldn't
It I funny if somo Democrat liku Moso
ailiouhl get tho post-officer" To make us the
butt of such a joke would bo convulsively
excruciating; but'wo'd summon all our phil
iophy und bear up under it.
With two steam factories devoted cs-
pecJally to its manufacture, no Cairo tuble
need be conspicuous for tho absence of that
"ili'lieioiin comlintont" knowa u (lit; hauhuc.
I'nlt-iM you buy tif tha nrtKliu ts of Uune
ftU'toriins your puit hust' will Imi pt to
luck wlmt U aMONM'ulitil totlie tiplmilJin
of our fiiiumcrciitl niruirs cunrtilint't'.
-Tim Arab lfatll (l.rbtnmH niht, U
i-.i -.t.... .i .i ' ..!.
the vournr folks Ut take tii-liaht ia' th. k-
creation of the hall-room, as of the xoplc
of nmtun r years who wish to encourage the
Tho track of the Illinois Central ulmve
Kightecnth stn-t U being put in good order
by the substitution of heavy sawed ties for
the decaying hewed ties now in use. A
force of eight or ten track-repairers are en
gaged iu the work.
Two barge loads of salt, each contain
ing five thousand barrels a total of mow
than three millions of pounds were at our
wharf yesterday, having In-cn towed from
the upper Ohio. The consignment w ill, we
hear, U taken to Belmont nnd from thence
shipped to St. Louis.
Only u few months ago, the coal screen-1
ings which accumulate in piles mountain
high at our coal mines, were thought to be
useless. Now they are used by most, if not
all the mills of Cairo, and exteusively else
where, in the production of steam, in which
they are not surpas-v-d by the coal ued for
merly. Messrs. llinkle, Thistlewood Muotv
find that by slaughtering only seventy-live
to eighty hogs per day, they can work off j
the trimmings, such as the feet, hack bom a
and spare-ribs, w ithout sustaining any loss.
For this reason, w hich effects a saving of
twenty or thirty dollars a day, they are not
slaughtering as extensively as formerly.
The present rise in the Ohio furnishes
the I'aducah editors the opportunity for
saying for ut least the hundredth time, that
"the people of Cairo are caulking their
Iioum-s in anticipation of a flood." This,
fpun a town whose front row of buildings
stand "niark-under-WHtcr-twain," has more
of exasperating audacity nlxmt it than
The Reform clubs assembly room
should be crowded to-morrow evening.
Mr. Ro!ert Lowcry is to be the orator of
the evening; und we need not tell those
win, know flic gentleman, that he is one of
tho most eloquent and effective advocates
of the temperance cause now in the field.
Though not as successful a "revivalist" as
Reynolds, he has twice the brains.
As ten per cent, of our imputation are
suffering from colds, more or less acute, and
as forty per cent, more is likely to suffer in
the same way, we publish, as an admoni
tory hint to the careless, the following
Across the world,
The wind did blow,
Hhekotched a cold
Wat luld her low.
All the hogs yet slaughtered in Cairo
have been furnished by the country imme
diately tributary, and the supply is far
from being exhausted. An increase of a
cent or two per vound, would bring to
tho Cairo market, from the hills nnd bot
toms surrounding us, such un army of
porkers as is rarely S'icn outside, of the
stock yards of tho largo cities.
The lady managers of tlte Fancy Cos
tume Ihtzaar must bear witness, hereafter,
that the editor of Tins llnxwis is hot
one of those exasperating newspaper men
who always leave advertisemeutsout of the
paper on tho very day, of all others, when
it would do the most good. The regular
notice is not only in its place, but we throw
in a "voluntary," the preparation of which
cost us a mental effort that was simply pro
digious. The 200 feet of hose on board of the
steamer McConib, and the pump attach
ments, are of a size to admit ot ready con
nection with the 500 feet of hose belonging
to tho Delta llro company. In case of fire
in any of the mills or the depot, the Mc
Comb and Delta company could furnish 700
feet of hose, and the MeComb's Worthing
ton pump would, if occasion might require,
throw a stream of water on the top of Clali
gher'a smoke stack.
A certain steamboat captain made in
quiry at an untl -rtaker's, yesterday, for "a
wooden overcoat" that would fit tho editor
ot Tiik Hi i.i.ktin, Being a compassionate
man, and finding none that were chinchilla
lined, lie passed on without effecting a pur
chase. If the belliirerent captain only un-
,,','s,"0,l wi,h wlmt "adiiiess, with what
exquisite grace nnd extreme facility the
editor of Tiik Hcu.ktin can apologize, he'd
. , . , . -
We were introduced, yesterday, to a
Mr. Tilden, of Chicago, who is the purchas
ing partner for a largo cotton seed oil fac
tory. Tho firm receives its entire supply of
cotton seed through Cairo. It is now using
about thirty tons, or eighteen hundred
bushels of cotton swd daily, and expects to
so enlarge its factory us to uso eighty tons.
It is only since the close of the war that
cotton seed, except for planting purposes.
poisessed uuy value. Now If the planter
fails in his cotton, he has a considerable
resource In tho seed.
About bed-time, last night, tho neigh
borhood of tho post oillce, was rendered
vocal by the screaming of a child. So
piercing and continuous wero tho outcries
of tho youngster, that neighbors came run
liiug from every ilireetion, to find a negro
boy, a great strapping fellow, twelve or
thirteen yoa old in paroxysms of grief
that admitted) of no solacing. His "mam
my had gone to ineelin', and lo-hocked him
out in tho co hold !" And then, regardless
tif thf iircsi'iico of a half neore ni'i(lil)r,
llttt (rout ''hull calf of a boy'' tonowctl Ills
k'Uowinj,'. Tliiri ho kept up, with gnulu
nlly iiicrciitiing vigor, until a fjcntlenmn
pn.'siiit tcmliTfil him n chulr by Ii!h Move
' ... I a?... . ii. ..II .-.!!
' u,u" mm IM"R M mm m'ul
! from 'iiu'ctinV
-To-night vu nIiuII
have the Ladies
I Grand Fancy Costume Hazar, in tho Reform
I club room. Every preparation is nearly
i complete, and the public may confidently
expect an entertainment, the like of which
has never before been provided for tho en
joymeul of the Cairo people. The ladies
have displayed much ingenuity In the make
up of character costumes, and have spared
neither lalsir nor expense to consummate
their object, which is to eclipse all former
public entertainments given by the ladies
Passing along the shed-way of th Ill
inois Central freight depot, yesterday, we
saw no less than a half dozen colored la
borers seated on the floor, puffing away
1 vigorously at as many tobacco pipes, in ut
ter contempt of the placards all about
them: "Smoking positively prohibited
here!" Things have come to pretty pas,
when the sweat-lrgrimed laborer is forbid
den the luxury of his pipe of tobacco. If
the I. C. company is afraid ot fire, let it
buy more lire extinguishers, and not attempt
to despoil free American citizens of the in
estimable right to smoke tobacco! Hut the
tyranical ways of ' over-weening monopo
lies" are dreadful, Anyway you contemplate
Clever, obliging, self-abnegating gen
tlemen, like the captain of the grand
steamer James Howard, are scarce, even
among Western river men, wh: are notori
ously clever and obliging. Some of our
young folks, thinking that they would have
a rare season of enjoyment if they could se
cure the spacious and elegant hall of the
Howard for "one night only," approached
the captain, hopeful, but not confident, with
the view of leasing it. The reply was blunt,
but cordial : "Bring on your young folks,
enjoy yourselves, make yourselves feel wel
come, for I assure you you will be so."
To such an invitation, anything but the
general and grateful response that was
given, would have been reprehensible.
Wo have proof, every day of our lives,
that vain men and women are the happiest,
after all. Cast your eye around the circle
of your Caini acquaintances, and evidence
of this will be furnished, strong as the
words of holy writ. While the vain per
son is happy if he pleases himself, all
the balance of us are unhappy unless we
achieve the almost impossible task o pleas
ing everybody else. The first is easy of ac
complishment: the latter most difficult.
Let us, then, every mother's son and daugh
ter of us, be vain and le happy. How
would it do to organize? "The society for
the cultivation and encouragement of van
ity," would be a big thing, very original
and but, wo arc "running this thing
in the ground," and had better stop u little.
John (J. Harman is not a teligious
man; but' a man of strong moral principles
and tendencies. His impulses are all gen
erous mid good; but bis temper, at times, is
tried to the very limit of endurance. He
relates an instance w herein bis self-control
was wonderful. Once upon a time w hen
he was suffering from a felon on his thumb,
six terrible corns on bis left foot, a styo on
his right eye-lid, a boil under his right ear,
neuralgia on tin; other side of his head, and
rheumatism in the small of his back, old
Father Stewart approached him, and in a
tone of voice that guve increased intensity
to every ncho from which he was suffering,
told him to "iook to the Lord and be com
forted!" He wonders now, and has ever
since then, that he didn't knock Father
Stewart down, if one thing more than an
other prevented him from doing so, that
thing was I'kak.
A good sized boy in a hvavy owreoat
had employed quite all the insulting taunts
und jeers he could think of, with the mani
fest purpose ot aggravating a much smaller
boy up to the lighting pitch, and all with
out avail. He finally bethought himself to
call the smaller hoy's mother un "old cow."
The moment tho insulting appellation was
uttered the little fellow pitched into him
with till the fury of nn enraged tiger. Be
fore wo could reacli tho spot to separate
them, they had fallen to the ground, rolled
down the street slope, locked together like
two struggling catamounts. Taking an in
ventory of himself after the battle, tho
youngster of tho overcoat found his favorite
garment terribly muddied, his shirt bosom
torn out, his cheek scratched, his hat tram
pled in tho mud, und his nose bleeding.
The small boy hud no clothes that would
have been any tho worse for tearing, so, in
that regurd, at least, he was tho victor.
Fitdd of battle, near Turner hall. Time
about 4.45. Verdict of spectators; Larger
hoy deservedly punished.
dipt. McKintiey says that tho transfer
steamer II. S. MeComb, is supplied with
the best and most complete steam pump In
the United States. Having Considerable
npcet for the captain's judgment, wo give
a description of tho wonderful pump, fiom
which the reader may form at least a toler
able estimate of its capacity, if of nothing
else: It bus two cylinders, each 7 by 10
Inches; two water cylinders, by 10 in
ches; steam pipe 1! 4' Indies In diameter;
exhaust pipe, 3 Inches In -tn-tion
pipe, 4 Inches In tll iin 1. 1, .,.'
pipe, S'. Inches in diuniotT. A'hi u.W
pump thero itro 800 feet of 2,la inch Vee,ej
tho 1)00 foot water way pipes of thu bo it.
being furnished with no less than six at
tachments for hose, so placed as to render a
successful lire, on any portion of tho boat
or neighboring bnuk, nn impossibility, Tito
new pump Is known as the Worthington
Duplex steam pump, nnd is placed on the
larboard side of tho bout. On tho star
board side is a Cameron pump. Both
pumps tiro so arranged that by changing
tho valve, pumping may be dono from
either the hold of tho boat or tho river.
Wherefore, In so far as pumps are con
cerned, the MeComb is "all right."
Whenever you meet a business or pro
fessional person, male or female, who seeks
to build himself or herself up by tearing
down their competitors, keep your suspic
ions of that person constantly alive, for ho
or she, will not do to rely upon. The pub
lic is learning that the person who seeks
patronage, and cannot base tils or her claims
for it on the merits of their wares, fungible
or mental, that the individual who ennnot
do this, is uo special loss to the community
if lie or sho is compelled to swk another
field of operations. Tho professional who
'blows his own horn," is almost invariably
a fraud; but tho professional who not only
exalts himself but seeks to belittle and
scandalize his competitors, is not only a
fraud nnd mischief-maker; but a curse upon
any community upon which ho may inflict
himself. If anybody who studies this
"lesson in philosophy," feels himself hit,
nil right, lie is the individual at whom
we aro aiming, and one of tho class that
needn't seek un "apology," for, while wo
have a large assortment of apologies on
hand, we have none that are applicable to
that class, separately or collectively.
Our Yinceunes neighbors are alarmed.
They have learned that really ingenious
people can build railroads in the west w ith
out making Yineennes tho objective point.
Fortified by the conviction that tho road
mcst come there, in any event, it was but
indifferent encouragement that the city gave
to the builders of the C. & V. road, or, iu
fact, to any of the roads that are now giving
it a business prominence. But the position
of the city is not as nil-powerful as it
seemed to be, and the property holders of
the place have been brought to the consid
eration of an "ugly" combination, that
promises to divert from that city a very con
siderable portion of tho stream of travelers
that pour thitherward over the C. & V.'The
facts that agitate that people just now, are
these: The proposed consolidation of the
Paris, Danville and Yinceunes road with
tho Cairo and Yincennes, the connection to
be made on the Illinois side of the Wubnsh,
and thelron to be laid on the bod already
prepared, between Lawrenecvile and St.
Fiancisville. This will open up a through
route from Cairo und points farther south
direct to Chicago, that will leave Yincennes
entirely out of sight. Another ugly com
bination, from a Yincennes standpoint, is
this, that the Indianapolis and Yincennes
road is to effect a consolidation wtth the In
diana end of the Cairo and Yincennes road,
and then to run through trains from In
dianapolis to the junction of the three roads
Ht St. Francisville, where a union hotel is
to be built, union machine mid repair shops,
and other buildings, grand and costly, and
magnificent alike in appearance and pro
portions. And this is where "the shoe
pinches." Sr. Fruucisville, Illinois,
and not Yincennes, Indiana, is
to be benefitted by the proposed
consolidation, and the latter is determined
that this shall not be, if she can muster the
means to prevent it. These will involve
the construction of another bridge acn.it s
the Wabash, and tho building of a new
rotul to 11 convenient point on the P. D. and
V. road. To do this will require tin outlay
of money that Yincennes, rich as she is,
will scarcely furnish.
Stoi' that coughing; it you do not it may
kill you. A bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup only costs you 2o cents, and its timely
use mav save your lite.
Important to thus.' w ishing to sate mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots and
shoes. We have on hand and are still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men's
lsiots and shoes, all styles and sizes, of the
best St. Louis ami Cincinnati leind-madi)
goods, which we sell lower than ever be
fore, and lower than like goods can bo ob
tained anywhere in the city. We also
have a good line of ladies shoes of tho best
manufacture, from a flue kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, sold
very close. We especially call the attention
of ladies (wishing to make their bus' amis
holiday presents) to our fancy silk-worked,
hand-sowed men's slippers, just received.
Very nice for holiday presents. Sold
very cheap, at C. Koch,
No. 1)0 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth und Sixth street.
Christmas Oiia.no es, ETc.-Just received,
UO cases choice Louisiana Oranges, choice
Malaga Raisins, choice Michigan cider,
Ohio eider, cream cheese, pigs feet, per
keg and per half barrel, C nuts per 100 tmd
hogshead, Malaga and Messina lemons for
tho holiday. Also to arrive December 20,
50 hhls choice coast selected oranges, by
bid nnd box, very fine, expressly for the
city trade. 8. E. WILSON,
8U Ohio Levee.
My Motto "(iu'iek Bales and Hinall
profits." 80 save your money by calling at
the lumberyard of J. S. MeGahey. Build
ing material of all kinds, Including side
walk and curbing lumber, cedar posts, etc.
Also, llvo two-horso Molina wagons for sale
or trade. ,
DHG3NI.X DI1UG ST nib
CO It. COMMKltOIA L AV. AN J 10KJI ITEKNTJ I HT,
GEO. E. O'JIAKA, Proprietor,
In supplied with a full toek of Freeh Drug", Medicine and Chemical of undoubted purity.
Also Toilet Hoop, Perfumery, llriulicn, etc., nnd a Full Line nf all thu popular Patent Family
ffrEapcrial Car anil Attention given to the (oinpounillne of pli.vslelatw presr rlptluns.
Prepare tor the Holidays!
Wo hnve decided to make our ;?rest Holiday ill-play linini-iilulely. In order to obviate the liiennrenl
of ahopplua darlui! week prucedliur Christ mux. ho our cu-tomera will And many otlmetlom of
BOOTS and STIOES
Iu overy department.
largest and Finest Ever Shown in the City !
No one, If they will consult their own lnfrei,l. will buy otio dollar'a worth of Boots nnd Mim-( mill
luvy have Keen our
Imnienso Sioclv stud Learnod Otii' Pricts.
Wo ran at leapt nave ycu twenty five renin n every dollur, helile jou III have the advantau'" of ir
LARGE STOCK AND ELEGANT STYLES
To (elect from. Note thu follow Price
Men'a MrnnL working shoe
Men Mroti',' kli lioot
Men' lioine inude kip hoot
Men eulf hand-mnOo bootx
Men." rolf ban J nm le sewed bouts . .
.Mi n'malf Iloin IV.lro
Men'i. ealf Ale.U
.Men', cu f hand mn'e
.Men', huiid embnml red sllpp T. ..,
LielleiT tuml euibrulilered llper.
Ladle' morocco sewed rhuea
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4 um, a no
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MO CbMMKKOI A T. AVEN UK.
FANCY COSTl'MK BAZAAR.
The ladies of the Episcopal church will
give a grand Fancy Entertainment at the
Temperance Hall on Thursday evening,
December 12lh. A fine supper will be
served at 0 o'clock in the American Depart
ment, including oysters and other delica
cies. At the New England table baked
beans and pumpkin pics will be found. Ice
cream, candies, toys, fruits, also fancy ar
ticles for Christmas gifts can be procured in
abundance nt low prices. Costumes of
France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Itelund,
Sweden and Norway, Russia, Iceland, etc,
will lie represented by the ladies in attend
ance on the different booths. A cordial in
vitation is extended to the public.
Don't complete your holiday ptircham-s
until you visit the establishment of Am
brose Pyatt ii Co. They have a great many
articles, useful and ornamental, that you
will buy on sight, when you learn the aston
ishingly low figures.
The finest stoves in the world. The
Westminister Base Burner, and the Cham
pion Monitor eisik stove at
Foil the finest imported Wines, go to
Stik kki ktu A; Bitot.
At tho packing house of llinkle,
Thistlewood & Moore, on Commercial av
enve, ono hundred hogs a day tire t ut up,
consequently pigs' feet, spare-ribs, back- 1
bones and other trimmings tire for sale in 1
large or small quantities, ut ulmost "give
away" prices. The firm are putting up
very fine new lard in small packages, for j
family use. To this they invite special at
tention. Tilings CLOTlflElL
The Boss Clothier in the cily, is
(il Onto Li:vi.i:.
This can bo easily proved by going to
lorn nnil lri'tnir liU f 'lorlli-4. 11 tit 1 coll will I
swear lie's thu Boss. j
Citizkns of Cairo s'umld bear in mind
that on the 18th day of the present month
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 praise of our people for efficient work in
saving the property . of our citizens; and
now usks for something a little more sub
stantial. The ball will be under tho direc
tion of experienced managers, the best
music to bo obtained will bo on hand, and
participants will bo insured a season of
rare enjoyment. That all may contribute a
little to help a company that deserves so
much, tho tickets have been fixed at at a
very low figure. It is tho duty or every
householder, at least, to buy one.
All the finest brands of cigars and to
bacco, fine cut and plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc,, etc., a largo
and varied slock, for sule at wholesale and
retail, ut P. Korsmyers, Sixth street near
Coal! Coal F. M. Ward has on hand
tho best quality of coal for sale at tho mar
ket price. Very low. Ho will soon huvo
a large stock of wood of ull kinds. Ho Is
well known to every body and wo trust
ho will receive Ids full share of patronage,
Our stock lthe
List, at'd cnll und fee the good adwrtlv'l.
Ladle' kid i-lile lice- ., .....g
Luille' kid billion
Ladlea' C kid. button, cloth lop
Ladle' French button, cloth top ft urn,
.MiMea'tpHidn of like kind iV't.Vlr. per pair le..
Cbildrcu' iiioriM'cu or kitl pIuh-a
t 'hllilren' morocco or kid, " to to
lloy'n kip boot 1 .VK!i
Hoy' cair boot 1 (UM
Youth' kluboot 1 Vitft
Children's klii boot. ......
Children' ealf boot 1 OKA
SI YOK STORK
Foil the largest und best selncted stock
of Liquors, Wines and Cordials of all kind-,
to he found in Southern Illinois, go to
StiH KH.KTII & BlIOW.
Bku i v and woiiTii are combin -d in tin:
grand "Climax"' bas';-burnor stove. Mir. i
doors, nickel-plated fenders and ornament.
The handsomest nod Is-st heating store in
th market, and the "Grand Charter Oak"
cooking stove lias not its equal in any nrir
ket. It is complete iu all its dcpurtmcQN.
Both for sale by C. W. Henderson. P4
Fun tine imported Liquors, go to
SrtK Kn.KTit & BimsK.
A. Hai.i.V i the principal dealer in stovi .
tinware, etc., of Cairn. His stock is the
largest and finest ever offered in Southern
Illinois, and his prices ate us low as the
I'Vu a good shave tor ton cents, a giwsl
hair cut for twenty-live cent. g Ib'nty
Schick's barlnT shop, No. 112 ('"tnmerriai
Tiik old Rough and Ready tire company
the company thai has earned the cogno
men of tin; "old reliable," will give a -New-Year's
Eve Ball, which they reasonably
hope everybody will encourage, and agre.it.
many attend. Like other organizations of
its kind in Cairn, it is compelled to "run
itself," und that thing can't lie done very
successfully without the encouragement of
!.. ....I.. -11... ,.:!.... ..I' m.uinfri.-j
lilt: jn.jriv-. ill', i "iiiiiiiih i ... .......t
will, then fore, wait upon our cili.ens with
tickets, and as tlie nrice is only one dollar 1
each, they think they might to m'II at least
40!) or oill). The bail will be a grand af
fair, and nobody who attends will r"gM tj
his small investment.
in dead enrne.-it ! He drops a thunderbolt fi
in the way of
A clean sweep made. The public ! '"'L!
No trash offered as a decoy. I h twE
spitco to mention only 11 f.-w urti.-li s: ji
Men's Grey Overcoats
. Caimein Business Suits,
Good Cassimere Punts,
Ill Ohio Laten.
,$500 lLEWA.lt .1) !
For n Case of the fnllnwiii't DUeuws which tliu i:
rerelil numbers ul
Dr. Forbes' HEALTH" TAU
Will Hot cure with ltemurkulile Sitcnoss.
, ( Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, e
AO. 1 ! , 1,..!.... j.i
m ( lTtia, ij.
( Kidney, Spine hi
No. 2 ! i fections, and Nervous Prolr
( lion. Price,
v .. t Fema'.o Diseases and Womb A '4
lections. Price ft. V
. Inllaimition of llm Lungs, Bio:
: I chitis and Asthma. Price, !j.5. d
The abnvn reward doe not apply to Cuu ulmi'll
In the urirleBl or fuWl tiiiiH. Un receipt of prl:
w ill vend Pad by mall. Ilnwsro of Imitations, tali
none but tha Forbc. Huiid lor circular to ft.
IH. (1. W, FdlinUH,11''
ITi Klin Ht,. Cincinnati. Ohio, nnd leitrn ptirilcuiit.
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