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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAV MOKMNU, DECEMBER 15, 1878.
1jroTranyearaSKLLKR'8 MVEK PJI.LH havo
Im the aundard remedy lor Llvnr Complaint,
lutlrruii, Kick Headache, Pain lu Bhiiuldnra or
Hack. Dlaaluuaa, Coated Toukuu. Fever aud Ayuo,
Uver or eHuinach. Thomaa Adania, of lilx Handy
til dlaaama anaing inini a anranKen auue o( llio
IVflr Or BlOlliaC. uwMia" AUJIUIt, ui uik omiuy,
t.,mvi: ' Heller's PHI navo aaved hnndreda of
illant'ln dociors' bill lu thla country." li. K.
Hon t, Co., Proprlutora, Plttsburx, Hard ay
Helium & Co
HnM., Agi'lil. Cairn,
rjlIIJJ GREAT BLOOD TONIC
Karlhecura fM dlacaaos arlalnij from lininro
blood, and for lulRoralln aud airenutheulnu I bo
vital orxana. Am ion weuk, nervoua, debilitated,
ie aud emaciated? Have yuu lout your nppatitor
Ilare you nanaea. pain In the back. 4c? If ao, Dr.
IJmlaev'a Mood Searcher Will drive! out too dtacasa
aail lirniK back Hie Hloom of Health. l'lmploa,
Holla, Kryalpclaa. Toller, Halt llbeum. Ac, are but
artate Indication of Mood Uinuuo; mid Dr. l-lod-wj'a
Mood Neanhcr, liy purlfyliiK lliu aiHtoin aoft
tM the akin mid beaulllte I lie complexion, bold
byall ilnci-l'"- fl CO pcrbotllo. it. K. Helium,
Proprietor, J'lllsliurii, Pa. llarclay Hroa., Ageuta
- Over 1.0uftOU) bottle anld. It la the mewt pleasant
mid popular remedy lor Coiietis. ('olds, croup,
lloamn and all throat am) lung diacaac. Huh
brrn In nxe for half acenturv. Doctor recommend
wid prewrllie II. ,1. K. Yomnaii, Lonjj I'. (I., 111.,
wy.: "It aaved my two children from the Brave."
A'L. Nlinuioua. of Kail more. Md., also anya: -It
will cam Hie worst roii;li Immediately." Ask your
UnitOht or jrciicrul aturckeeper lor It and tiiko uo
tither, Price., iftc., VI. and $1.00 per boitle. H-ud
lor ciimilnr. II. K. Seller .t Co., Proprietor.
I'lUfbiirj;, Pa. Parclay ltros . Agents. Cairo.
PlIOKriVMON AI. t KDS-riiYsICI AN.S.
II. MAEEAN M. D.,
Homeopathic I'liysidau und Surgeon.
OnVe 136 Commercial aveniu. Kcaidcnce corner
Poart.-rulb. SI. an J Vabtii;ton aveuuu, Cairo.
T R. SMITH, M. I).
Offlre and Rcildrnrr :
NO. 21 THIKTKENTI1 8TEEET. CAIRO. U.I..
jyi. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Orrics No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
KiKhlh and Ninth Klreeu
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Elhtk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Konrtb and Sixth aia.
J 1NE0AR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. US Commercial Avenue.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPKIt OK ALEXANDER COfXTY.
Only Morninsf Daily in Southern Illinois.
Wo arc authorized to announce tUo name of At.
VMUCoxiKua a. a candidate for City Treasurer at
the vnatilug city election.
We are ath.orir.ed to announce the name of Wit
TH L. llHiaim. aa a candldatu for theufltrs of Clly
Troanurer, at the euuli:g charter vlwtion.
Noma.-to whom it jiav -oxcsn(. The Cairo
Jtllellu Co., will pay no bill contracted by any of
ila employee, or any one connected with The Ilt'b-J-a-rix,
unler.i the name la made on a wrlten order
tittUMl by in; k If. audthu order mutt he attached to
the bill w heu preMcutcd.
E. A. IkiiNCTT,
St(i?tai Crrri, i
Cairo. 111., Dee. U. ITS. f
Time., liar. Ttier. Hum. Wlurt. Vel. Weather.
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N W. 10
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afaximnm Teinniralure. W - ; Minimum
priarc, :j. ; llalnfall U.CJ inch
W. II. HAY.
Ser't SITial Corp, t'. S.
(Ij:.sti' Cue MiipjM'rs nt
O. IIavthoux d CoV.
llKFtiiiK pun-liasing Xnias gifts, call ami
MUinlne YA. A. IitiJcr btock.
Foil tlie lest California l!r,inlics mill
Witu-s. to SnK kki.ktii ii ttwm.
MATTERS OF LOCAL IMl'OKT.
A r ili's Dull
At the St. Charles hotel.
Service.) in tho EjiLseoiml cliurch to
day, ils usual.
HiiptUt .Sun.l.iy "M-hnoI at Tu;n.;r hall,
Coiinty tiitU rs can he cashed at a tlis
fount of fmin 10 to IT) jicr cut.
Aimmx the many uitielcs tlisjilitycd l.y
-Mr. YVilliam.-on, we noticed an elegant
uwklace fur $l:i.
Tim Cniri) Tuineis, union;,' whom ure
tome niiwvr yniimm, are hooked for a
OirmtniM evvnin entcrtaiiunent.
Uememlirr t!m Arab' Ball. Christiniw
Ji.t;ht, at tlie St. Charlcn hotel. It vi!l he
tlie fjn'.nd fi I'.tme (,f our holidays.
Jud-jc Crawford completed 1,1 three
weeks term of com ti-, yjllfSil(. ,.,milfyi ia,st
Friday, and was in (.Viro, en route home
Ilink!.', ThistUvvood A; (, urenow
s'.uu-hterinx m lino hos a ,.,m m m,n
anywhere. Tl.-y MilUvme .u straight
uUmir, about !J(JU ixmnds.
-Col. Watkins, who, with V-.i Hainble-
ton, Col. Mi-yer and others,
Hcuiy tin. rst
hiii Winn LMiihh tioove v.aiio, was in tlie
city u few linurs yesterday.
If the 8ij,'niorwlio exhibits the fortune-
..:.. i. i.i. ir i . . i. ,, , ,
telling canaries, ut Mie corner of Sixth a.nl
Commoreial, will et Mj, j,, I'dJUeah, he
ran make $13 a day, In uuy event.
There was a gradual fall In the mercury
front three o'clock yesterday aficriHKin, un
til dark, when the weather became so cold
that "tfermij" lying around in uu exposed
condition beennio verj- uncomfortable.
The hiht dance given by tho Iteforin
club whs audi a coinpletu social success,
that thero will bo no lack of participnuU In
the next, which will bo given on Tuesday
Dr. Arter still nufTera much, m well
from the leg ho Ncahled koiiio 18 months
ago, as from tho leg that was broken last
April. Both legs aro inflamed and much
-The Bcv. H. Y. . George w ill conduct
services in tho Presbyterian church at th
usual hours to-day. Tho.Argus says that
Miss Emma James will hereafter preside it t
In tho 1st Colored Babtist church to
day, Elder Shores will conduct services at
the usual hours, morning and evening; that
is to say, preaching at 1 1 o'clock, n. in., and
3 and 7:30 p. in.
The ladies of St. Patrick's church are
said to bo making arrangements for a grand
fair and festival in tho Hibernian engine
house. It will be held during the second
week of tho new year.
M. E. church to-day: morning services
ut 11 o'clock; evening sendees at 7:30.
Tho ovi-ning diheourso will Iki addressed es
pecially to young people. .Sunday school
at tho usual hour.
Constable Gladnoy has found a long
lost brother, in the person of Ira Ritchie,
who arrived in Cairn, day before yesterday.
When they wparated, eighteen years ago,
Ira was only ten years of age.
TheTemperanee Ball notice should have
appeared in The Bulletin yesterday, but
wa9 lost on its way from the counting room
to the composing room. Therefore we
apologize to our temperance friends.
Elder Shores is of the opinion that
Mt. Gallilee church mts upon a sandier
foundation theologically than it does liter
ally. Ho may have something to alxmt it
when the columns of The Billitix are
The Arab's Ball Christmas night, is
already attracting the attention, as well of
the young folks who take delight in the re
creation of the ball-room, as of the people
of nisturer "years w ho wi.ih to encourage the
Our Mr. Burnett was under the weath
er, up to noon, yesterday, and was much in
the same fix after that time. If he is not
able to take money offered him on subscrip
tion to-morrow, his case may be considered
We hear it hinted thut John Antrim, sr.
and John II. Kelly have leased the St.
Charles hotel, and will soon throw that es
tablishment open to public patronage.
Kelly is well known as a very successful
Information reaches us from the far
oft Pacific coast, that George S. lidgeon,
Esq., who lately removed to that locality
from Cairo, will be the San Dirgpans' next
County Judge. So county in California
could have a better one.
If anybody had punched into the mon
ster ulster that was seen moving about the
ctty, yesterday, and which many of us mis
tixik for tho rear end of a load of loose hay,
I they would have scared a very prominent
railroad man out of it. He is in there,
Mr. E. P. Burlinglmm arrived in the
city yesterday morning. He has whole
platoons of friends here who will always
j have a warm welcome to extend to him. As
he is somewhat on the ubiquitous order, we
shall not venture to say where he is stop
ping. Mississippi pine enters extensively into
the construction of the railroad cars manu
factured in Chicago, which take rank
anion;,' the best cars made in the country.
Three or four car loads of tho Mississippi
piiio lumber were here yesterday, en mute
Among the Phu-nix Drug Store's holi
day goods, can be found most elegant pho
tographic and autographic albums, beauti
ful toilet sets and toilet articles, the most
popular pel turneries, and numberless oilier
articles, bought expressly to supply tho do
niand of tie) holidays.
Harris, the colored man who provoked
a light, with Hill Wright, got the worst of
it, and then instituted legal proceedings,
was unable to get out, yesterday, to prose
cute his suit. He was badly cut on tho
arm and head; but, from all we can learn
about the case, ho insisted upon having
every 'poult" ho received.
liy the intervention of what power,
human or divine; by what threat or bribe,
praise or punishment, have the masters of
the several Cairo packets been induced to
let up on their whistles? The man who ex
erted that power or influence, is a public
benefactor, and will, as surely as he beeoni-s
known, ha testimonialcd.
The Andy Ilauin, loaded almost to tho
guards, with upper guards, boiler deck and
hurricane roof piled high with furniture,
wooden ware, etc., cnnio into port from Cin
cinnati yesterday evening one of tho
strongest reminders we have seen in many
a day, of tho era when such carriers accom
modated all the commerce of our rivers.
Tho anticipated match between John
Cloudo und Miss Kate Belimis, was con
suoiinated at tho tippo:M"d tini'f. The
ceremony win performed at the 1mm. of th
bridu's parents, in the prt suice cf a hug
crowd of spectators. At about 11 o'clock,
Prof. Eisenberg'a band gavo the couple a
serenade. Tho band was called in, aud
both young folks and old took the floor, and
kept up the danco until 4 o'clock in tho
morning. A young gentleman who partici
pated, informed us that it was one of thfe
pleasautest affairs he has attended in years.
Alout tho only use to which the hulls of
cotton seed have been put, hitherto, wusthat
of fuel. By subjecting tlicm to certain pro
cesses, u Chicago chap is about to give
them considerable- value as packing farail
rond machinery, etc. The processes, vhat
ever they are, have been patented. ;
Chills ami lever are prevailing to a
very considerable extent in the surrounding
bottoms. Two Missouri neighbors, brothers,
were in Cairo yesterday afternoon, anil both
of them were shaking with all the vijror of
young manhood. They informed is that
they never take to bed for tho ague. ,
The very clever editor of tho (Jarbon
dalo Observer says that although Mdvoaig
is a very nice man, he has not a suje thing
on retaining the Cairo post-oflict The
contest, the Observer says, lies jictween
MeKeaig, Wright and Hughes, an) one of
them will get the office. The 'lash" of
Yost and Closa is thus settled. j
Hughey Doyle, for a period of fifteen
or twenty years the engineer of tlie Cairo
City Mills, and more recently a Union
county farmer, has placed his sou-in-law in
control of his farm; and is now in Cairo en
gaged in what he has always been used t)
the hardest kind ot w ork. He is an em
ploye, just now, of the Illinois Central Rail
road. Harpers New Monthly Magazine for
January comes to us full as Usual of tl:e
best literature. The leading article
mi "iu,uun-, iiw icwiiiiu iiiueie B x. . ,
r , w, . u . .,, attorney. Not a tew of our peon e wou d
Lnglands Great Seaport with illustration?,1. , . .... ... :
followed by a chapter in tlie History tf
Ants; a Reporter's Romance; Rambles ii
the south of France; Home, with illustra
tions; the conclusion of the serial McLool
of Dure; and a continuation of The Retun
of the Native, with many other good thin-.
Wc saw an appliance for moving loadej
cars yesterday, that is not only new, bit
M)ssesses considerable merit. It is a sel-
biting crow-bar, that seizes and holds tla
flanges of the wheel, and the greater tie
power exerted upon it, tho tighter bccoinn
its grip. A single man, with this bar, i
equal to five or six men exerting shouldei
Denizens of the Fourth ward who con
template the purchase: of holiday g.wds,
should not forget that tho Plueaix Drug
Store is stocked with a line of articles
adapted for that trade, never before kept in
the upper part of the city. In the matter
of stationery, the beauty and uniqueness of
the packages, tho Pluenix stands ahead of
Boys with chalk in the day time, and
human beasts at night, by other means, ren
der tho west side Washington avenue
sidewalk alwve the post-office, so
foul that ladies have begun to
avoid it. Tlie blackguards who are
guilty of this business ought to be kicked,
for a full hour, by the biggest mule in
Cairo and, give us tlie chance and we'll
Barton smvs that Judge Bird, of Cairo,
is prominently spoken of in connection with
the secretaryship of the Senate. The Judge
has earned belter things than that at tho
hands of his party; but if he gets a crumb
that falls from the bounteously laden tible
of the Republican party, the fact will he
entirely out of keeping with the previous
riolicy ot the party, in its dealings with the
- The editor or the Carbondah Free
Press says that the expectation of Tu: Bcl
LKTIN that there will bo hair-pullirg be
tween him ami the editor of the ('aid Re
publican, is ' (loomed to ilise.ppoii;)lcnt.
With characteristic, but most c.visrnting
composure the first mentioned cditf says,
"We administered to Davis ju4 Wi:;t lie
deserved, a pretty severe custigatin, and
then laid our rod away for the nut evil:
doer." " !
Dan. Hagan, the county c!cr!;f Pul
aski county, paid into the country reastiry
the other day, tho sum of $13-1.03, hut sum
being collected by him as fees, duing the
year past, in excess of his salai'. Most
county clerks rejxirt earnings in ixcess of
their salary; but tho number who,iike Dan,
report an excess of collections, areas scarce
as Cairo geutleinen who would refuse an
appointment as postmaster iiiMcKenig's
F. M. Ward evidently has Is eyo on
the communistic vote ol Cairo. We saw
him yesterday, the most conspicous object
on tho Ohio levee( with coat ff, sleeves
rolled up, face and arms all begnned with
soot, shoveling coal with a vigotin ono so
old. that was astonishing. He w.a harden
ing his hands, that, about sprinr election
time, he can, by an exhibition ot his "cal
loused cuticle," show how intenscr ho hates
tho "bloated bondholder."
Another exciting horse race k to como
olf on the Island course, in lbs city, on
Christinas, A second match has leen made
between lCyiiaston's "liar cm," aid Owen 'a
"Butcher Boy." The piirso is llvi hundred
dollars a side, an 4 tho distance d bo run is
a quarter of a mile, or 410 yank Mr. K.
was in .Lmeshoro the other day.aid tho pre
liminaries were arranged by i ., leposit by
each party of a $100 f,.n',-i. ,, ( nly ad
vantage given to H'-rKtu (if it is an
advnntag ' ,u) i '. i ' r Hoy"
is to earrv "1P ' ' 'ii('li
menus, we r i . , u,;; i.nas
ton may determine upon, which, of
course, will n Dave MoMurtry, who weighs,
probably from 110 to 123 lbs. This race is
quite certain to attract quite a crowd of
spectators, and to provoke very heavy bet
ting. We havo inen in Cairo who will bet
everything they can raise, on Harlem.
In placing tho gross receipts of the
fancy Costume Bazaar ut lrom fll3 to
f 130, we probably misunderstood our lady
inlorinant. Shi may havo referred to the
receipts of a certain department. A note
from a gentleman who is in a position to
know, says the gross receipLs amounted to
fully twice the sum stated, -or $200. Ho
further adds that tho net proceeds w ill full
out nine, ii any, snort oi riuv. vi e never
accorded a $130 to anybody, more cheer
fully in our lives.
1 here was a horse race on the Island
course, yesterday afternoon, that excited
considerable interest in sporting circles, al
though the purse contended for was only
$23 a side. The race was between Bill El
liott's horse, Jim Butler, aud a Missouri
homo owned by Joo Evans. Tho distance
run was 3(K) yards, and it is said that the
time made was very respectable. Elliott's
hoiso won the race, coming out ahead of
the Missouri animal sixty feet. While it
is true that Elliott rarely makes a mistake
in the speed of a horse, it is equally true that
our Missouri und Kentucky friends but
rarely get up a race with a Cairo animal,
in which they are not beaten. This result
has been so common, of late, that the suc
cess of the Cairo nag is usually accepted as
a nutter of course.
We have received very broad intima
tions that Mr. Justus Cunningham will be a
candidate, next spring, for the office of citv
tnuvii j'ltuauu 11 Wll'.sc IIIIII11UUOI13 WOllUI
resolve themselves into a certaiuty. We all
kuow that Mr. Cunningham has pursued
his studies under dithculties which but few
men would have borne up under; und that,
nt the end of his studies, when ho had
learned all the books ho had on hand could
impart, it is a matter of surprise to us, that
his recollection of the principles laid down,
was so clear, so exact and comprehensive.
Had we lioen studying law under the same
circumstances, our ideas of the elements
would have run somewhat thus: "Law is a
rule of yes, sir, pass-ige tifty cents action,
prescribed by the best horse in tlie state,
sir supreme power of a whip that cost me
two dollars state, vindicating the d d
galoot didn't have a nickel right, and pun
ishing the whoa! Bets! Jesus! Cut the
traces wrong." But not so Mr. Cunning
ham. Following his daily avocation, h
devoted all his spare hours to his new in
stallment of hooks, and with remarkable
discrimination, separated his law from his
business, keeping each in its own mental
bin. Ho !'iis come up under difficulties,
and although he is to-day regardrd as a
criminal lawyer of great vocal pover, he
still devotes as many hours to stidy, as any
student in Cairo. These facts have not
been kept from the people, and, as a conse
quence, if Mr. Cuniiinghan dots enter the
field, he'll give his opponent wirk, wo don't
care who he is.
Baii'iains in Ciiaks and Shawls nt
Notiiino is more appropriate in hard
times, than a pair of those line .shoes sold
by Haythoin & Co., for a holiday gift.
Call at Ed. Iiu 1 r's, corner of Eighth
street and Washington avenue, and look
through his stock. It will repay a visit.
Tin: Cairo Turner Society will give an
entertainment on Christmas night, consist
ing of p.ititom:me,acerohatic and other spec
ialties, to which all are invited. After the
performance there will be a social dance.
By order of CosnfiTTKE.
A Cauhok Thanks. The ladies of the
Episcopal church, in charge of the Festival
at Temperance hall, desire to return thanks
to tin.' many persons who so kindly rendered
services and made liberal donations on that
occasion. Among so many it is hard to
particularize, und their gratitude is due to
MiLLiNKKY. Mrs. S. Williamson does
not intend to be undersold. She invites at
tention to tlie following prices on hats, and
assures her friends ami customers that they
are lower than the same goods can he pur
chased in any market. She will sell felt
hats 40c. to 73c; and the very finest felt for
$t. CO worth $1.30; straw hats for 33c.
worth 3()e.; straw worth 03u. for 50c; line
straw Milan for 00c. worth $1.30, also
Milans for 73c. worth $1.23. Feathers,
flowers and other goods proportionally low.
She only askB that you call and see for
yourself, as she is desirous of closing out
that branch of her business before New
Year. She invitoH attention of her custom
ers to her idegant fur trimmings suitable
for cloaks, which she sells by tho yard, also
a full line of ladies' and children's furs at
very low prices. Her stock of jewelry, suit
able for holiday gifts, is largo und of great
variety. Shu invites special attention to
this. Slio will keep a full slock of natural
flowers in boqiiets and baskets for the holi
days. Her English crape roiic.hings and
Eiigl'uh crape collars for mourning goods
aro very lino. Thesii goods havo not been
In market for several years. Silver and
gold rouc.hings.very fine. Call and so their
stock of articles loo numerous to mention.
A. II.m.ly is thn principal denier in stoves,
tinware, etc., of Cairo, His stock Is the
largest and finest ever offered in Southern
Illinois, and his prices aie as low as tho
DHQSN1X DRUG ST(.):ilK
C( ) 1 !. CO M .N I HtCI A I , A
m, E. O'HAIti Proprietor,
Naupplled with a fulhtis k of Kreah llriijra.
cliua ol Ihe d'ty. ' ' rtrTT5' "rUMU''' 0U;"
I fr-Kapi clul ( are and Ahllloa pi yen lo the
Wk have the largeJ stock of rubber
overshoes in the city
O. Iaythoiin & Co.
We will offer on Moi
ay, December lfi.
an elegant lino of Ladi
colored centers and who borders, newest
tliingoutjalsofull iineiif Plain and Fancy
Handkerchiefs in linenind .silk, bought ex
pressly tor the holiday
and are (ff.-reil at
our usually low and nllaetive prices.
Sir, it, Eighth street.
Tiik largest and bht stock of .tov
tinware and all nitidis pertaining to tin
trade, at prices to suil :he purchaser, at
I A. IIai.i.v's.
No necessity for .-tnding to other cilies
for Jewelry, Diamonls and other holiday
goods. Buder has ar immense Mock, aud
will furnish them ut cistern prices.
CmumiAS OitAMiKs Etc. -Just receivi-d,
30 cases choice Louisiaia Oranges, choice
Malaga Raisins, choict Michigan cider.
Ohio cider, cream cheeie, pigs lect. per
keg and per half barred, C nuts per 100 and
hogshead, Maluga and Messina lemons for
the holiday. Also to arrive December 20,
50 bbls choice coast selected oranift s, ley
bid and Uix, very fine, ev.nrcs.slv for tin:
ity trade. S.E.WILSON,
si3 Ohio Levee.
Srwi.u, price on rubber overshoes to
close for the season.
o. Havthoiis iV
En. A. Bcdeh will k'uarjntoi to furnish
any goods in his line at Chic ago or St. Louis
Important to those winning to save mon
ey in purchasing their winter Usits and
shoes. We have on hand and arc still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men's
boots and shoes, all styles and sizes, of the
best St. Louis and Cincinnati limul-m-ido
goods, which we sell lower than ever be.
fore, and lower than like goods cu be ob
tained anywhere in the city. We al-o
have a good line of ladies shoes of the best
manufacture, from a tine kid sewed, ton
course grain pegged shoe, ail sizes, sold
very close. Wu especially call the attention
of ladies (wishing to make their bus' itnds j
holiday presents) to our fancy silk-worked.
hund-scwed men's slippers, just received. I
Very nice fur holiday presents. Sold
very cheap, at C. Kuril,
No. 00 Commercial avenue, bctwun;
Fifth and Sixth sheet. j
Don't complete your holiday purcliax s
until you visit the establishment of Am
brose Pyatt. lie has a i;reat
articles, useful and ornamental, that you
will buy on siofit. when y.m lean IlieaMon-
isiiingiy low ijetires. ,
My Mono "tjuick sales and small .
profits." So save your money by culling at j
the lumber yard of J. S. McGahey. IfuiM -
ing material of all kinds, including side
walk and cuibing lumber, cedar posts, etc.
Also, five two horse Moline wagons for sale '
STEAM'S CASH DI1Y liOODS MOI sE.
IMl'OKT. NT (ilOVK SAl.i:. I
I will offer on Monday, December HI, .
a consignment of 'Ij.its' Gloves, nt maim- '
facturer's prices. 1
Genuine Buck Gloves at $1.00 and $1.23. j
Good Lined Gauntlets from 23 to 30 cts. j
Boys' Lined Gauntlets from 23 to 10 cl-. '
Gents' Lisle Thread and Cassimcre from j
23 to 73 iciits.
This is the best opportunity c.-r oU'eied ;
to secure 1'roli, new goods at si am tac- !
TUIlEll s prices. I
si.:aut. Eigim, s.r.t.
At the packing house of Hinkle,
Thistlewood ii Moure, on Commercial liv
en vo, one hundred liogs a day are cut up,
consequently pigs' feet, spare-ribs, ba. k-
lames and other trimmings are for sale in
Inrr.n or small oiniiitities nt nlmnst riiv
largo or small quaninit s, in, ainiosi giu
away" prices. Tho firm are putting up
very fine new lard in small packages, for
family use. To this they invite special nt
tentioo. Cai,l at Mrs. S. Williamson's, and see
her boqucts and baskets of natural flowers,
for the holidays.
Bkactikcl lino of Nubias, Ladi Silk
Ties, ic, at O. IIaythohn A Co.
Ed, A. BuDKit has ,thu largest stock of
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Silverware and
Musical Instruments efer brought to Cairo.
Foil a good shave Ut ten cents, a good
hair cut for tweuly-flve cents, go to Henry
Schick's barber shop, Ko. 1 12 Commercial
Blank Books of every description can
bo purchased much cheaper than elsewhere,
from Ambroso Pyatt. Stationery aud
office fixture!) equally low.
Foil tho best brands ot old hand-made
Sour and Sweet Mash Whiskeys, go to
Stockklktii & Uncus.
V. AN I I ; I J UTH HNT J I ST.,
Mull, luea and Cliemlcala of nndoubled purity.
s"(1 VllU 'l"Hf r'l'iUr Patent Family
runiuntinilltijr of pliyalclrtiia' pre.serlptl.irm.
Gknts' line gloves for sale by
O. Haytjioun V Co.
Foi: fine imported Liquors, go to
Stix KKI.LTlt & lllins.
Bk.u ty am woirrii are combin-d in the
grand 'Climax" base-burner stove. Mica
doors, nickel-plated fenders and ornaments.
CI... I I. I I I... . 1. . .
i ine market, unu tlie "Orand Cliarter Oak"
cooking stiive has not its equal in any inar
I ket. It is complete in all its department.
IJotll lor sal! by ('. W. H' lldersou, l!-t
Commercial h venue.
Now is the timo to g,.-t your Overcoits
and Winter Suits. . Maiix,
01 Ohio Levee,
is the best and cheapest place to yo to t
them. Try him and be conviii.;..,!.
The finest Moves in the world. Tlx
Westminister Bae Bunn.-r, a:id :bc Cham
pion Monitor cook stove at
A. IUi.i.i y'-.
FoK th" largest and butt selected ls k
of Liquors, Wines and Cordials of all kinds,
to ha found in Southern Illinois, j, p.
S'KX KKI.l.TIl !t Bl(ON.
Cmzi'.Ns of Cairo Viould bear in min i
that on the 18th day of the present montli
the Delta City tire company w ill give a IihU
in the hall of their engine house, with a
view of replenishing their somewhat de
pleted trca-sury. Tim company lias w.n
the praise of our people for cilicientwork ir.
saving the prosily of our citiens; n;.d
now asks for something a little mop; sub
stantial. The ball will be under the direr,
tion of experienced managers, the ler
music to be obtained will l. oil hand, and
participants uill be iuMired u season ,"
rare enjoyment. That ail may coiitribut ,i
! U M " ,,n,an.v t!,ut "
1 1 1 . k t f K il... ii.,L..t I t a i i
much, the ticket.-, have In en fixed at a' .,
very low (inure. It Ls the duty or every
household t, at lea-t, lo buy on-.
Wk have a line of lineu handkerrhi'
that will le ar inspection. We '"er.i!:f -c
tin m 23 per cent e-s thsti .similar go..
can be bouirht in this city.
O. 11am iioi;s. A ( ('.
It mvins imp ! bie that a remedy im;
of such common, simple plants as I!;p.
liuchu. Mandrake. Daieh lion. etc , .Ic i.e:
make so many and em h marvelon a: ;
wolideliid runs as Mop i'.Ift.ls do. 1
when n! an.i yoi:;iL,', lirli and p'Mir, pn".i"
and doctor, lawyer nod editor, all .!!:'.
to huviii: been cured by '.hem. vmi no
i believe and try them oiir- ii'. and doubt
1""" ' "'h - column.
, in dead earnest ! He drops a t'liind.-i b.':
in the way of
A clean sweep made. The public t
No trash i li'-n d us a (ie,-o-,
space to im-utiou only a few i rtich s:
Men's Grey Overcoats
Chinchilla 0 i icoats,
if- 7. 00.
( 'us..iiiiCi'e Biisim s. .suits,
Good ( assimerc PanU,
A. M. i:..
Ill Ohio Vyi
;i:1'()i:m clvv, danck;
Tlie C-i'm Temperance Iliform Mali will -bo
oilier of tilcir pe:is:iut ! I ll ll.lle i oil
' y , i-i
j TlM.'SUll.V J'-VlIil I1JL? PCC 1 til.
' v. Melt the piihlle ore invited. The price ,r
n, kets will be one Doiinr. n heretofore,
to be litul ill I lie door.
Cimxinut of Auihvi.i:vi;nts. Ceor-e K. ('.-,-Meil,
l:. M . Seiinlun, It. I . Lollin.
Ki ooii M a ao f as a mi Itei utiov cnvMcn i;i:.- W
K. Hawkins. (I. M. IVv, Will Pink. I. ill C. Iliuv.iu .
T. A. Keiil.iid De.ouln
"f 5 o r ri: w a j i ! "
For a Case or llie followinj Dlsensea wlitch the iff
I'erent naailicrs ol
Dr. FoiW IIKALTH PADS
Will not cure with Knninrlciilile Success.
( Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia,
i iviimey, rspine unu manner a:
,' I'i'ciioiis. and ci-votu 1'iosfri
f tion. Price, $3.
v S Fema'.i? Diseases and Womb Af--M.
J. ) rations. Price $3.
v i , S Inflatnat'np of the Lungs, lhun
.xo. . yjjj Asthmit. Price, $3.
Tin ul'ove reward does not apply in ('. alremly
In the sioijlcal or filial atones, On receipt of prW
will send Pad by mull. Ileware of linlliillona, take
nonu hut the Forbes. Hunrt lor circular to
lilt, (j, W. FOIUIKH,
171 Kim Ht., Cincinnati. Ohio, and learn p:irlli.ula.'
liupurlaul to Invaltda.