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THE DAILY CAIUO RULLKTIN: W'KDNESDAV MO KM Mi, DECKMUKU 25. 1878.
KuroerMv,'jM M:Ll.EirS LIVF.tt rlU.8 hava
Iwrn the .1 'iiidi;:rt remedy for Liver l.'oniplalul,
'wJilv iiiiM, hick llt-advili, I'ulii In fcuould.ia or
Ihuk. Dliziiifur", Coaled Tonirun, lever and Aittia,
and ull illrtiu't iulnii(i tmiu it deranged "Into of tho
l.lr or Slotua.li. Thoinaa Adams, uf Wg Sandy,
hv., aay: SvIIit'h I'illw iiave auvcd hundred! of
ilullara la doctor' billa In this runutry." It. K.
filiMn Co., ri'o.rliloi, I Iiutnru, Ilnrclny
Una... A-enla. Cairo,
rjpjIK (JEEAT BLOOD TONIC
Vur Ihecnro of nil OIruit arising from Impure
tiod, and fur lml'oruliiik' und ttn-uyihcnlnn tho
liul oruatiw. Arejou wiiik, ii.-iyoii. dehllliuied.
tii nud emaciated? Hbv.i yin lost your apprtho!'
Ilatu you Daiiitea. pain in the bi.. k. .tcr If ho, Dr.
Llndaey'i" blood Seureher will drlv.i put tue di-eas .
and bhnu bark ids llloom of Health. I'lmplc,
lluiU, Kryrflpdua, Tetter. Suit Khetiiu. Ac, lire hut
nrfnco Indication of Mood DUeaae; mid Dr. Llnd-
ay' Dluod bcarchcr. by purifying the iijstciu oll-
r4i the rklu and heaiititloa tlm complexion. Sold
by mil diuitlfl". $1 wiper bottle, it. t. m.-iut-.
itiipru'ior, riiifctiuri;, i- uurciay uro., .wmi
gELLERS COUCJII SYRUP.
yt l.aiO.OuO boltlea old. It U the mo-t pleasant
sad (. ipnlur i-mi-ily fur Couutis, t'ulibi, i roup,
Moaraueat nud ail llirol au.l lu.itf dUeusta. lias
hvni lu u for biilf a centurv. Uo.lora recommend
ami prtiMtrllif It. ,1. E. Youinaii, 1iuu I'. i , III.,
aay: "It aaved my two children from the Brave."
A L. Simmons, uf llaltliuorv. Mil., also fhvh: "It
will tnre the. ort Ctiii'li Immediately." Ask your
ilriiyirit or (,'iiiiriil atorekeeper for It nnd tak.i oo
vtUi-r, I'rUva, !).. ami f 1.00 per bottle, semi
lur circular. It. . Seller A Co., Proprietors,
ItltFliur, l'a. lluru'.ay llro . Agent. Cairo.
H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OffcvJ 1!W Cotnuicret-il avontte. Residence corner
' lr'oiirfcut'i St. and Waaliiugtoo avenue, Cairo.
y 11. SMITH, St. D.
Office mid Ki'dJciice :
NO. SI TUIKTKCNTU STItEET, CAIliO, ILL.
11. E. W, W1IITLOCK,
tvrriciv-No. V6 Co'.nuwrclal Arcuno, bttwoiii
KtKbUi aud Muiu birwu
JJR W. C. JOCELYK,
OFFICE t'lijhtli HlreW, near Com raerelnl Artfnnfl.
O I. WHEELER,
tFFII.'E-lilo Uvre. h. t. Foonh and Shth n.
j INEGAR.& LANS DEN,
iITICS-So. llSCiimniorrul Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
umCIAL PAVER OP ALRXANPKU COUSTV.
Duly Morninj D.iily in Southern Illinois
We arc authorized to atiuonK- t!ie namo of At.
piitu C'iiii(o a a candidate for City 1 rvaaurer at
f iM ruDluK city vlvctlon.
We are athorliod to announce the nnmn of Wat.
ti.k L. ItnjKTin. ae a cimdidute !or the uflbc uf C it)
'1 r--ur.-r, at llic enfulug charter election.
Nirrttl.-M miKiUtT Mat coscbk. The Cain
ltollvliD Co., will no bill coiiirjttfj by aur uf
it rmpluye. or ay cue rcmuuuttfd with TiiK Kit
uni, tioietn I lie ine la made ou a written order
kta.l by mjelf. and the order muct Ik atla' hid to
the bill !ien ir.--i.ttej.
1 K. A. Urivm,
NO PAPER TO-M0BR0W.
'Ia cobfuimity with a custom, sanctioned
by long usage," the employes aud attaches
of The Un.i.ETix office will perform no
work to-day, except btieh as may be found
irwepurable lrom r due observance of the
forms aud ceremonies of the occasiou. It
follows, therefore, is u necessary conse
quence, that ho paper will be issued from
tills oGee to-morrow. Merchants will closs
thtir stores, mechanics their shops, and pro
fessional men their offices. If, in imitating
such notable examples, The Bci.t.Km dis
!Uaes its patrons, the "examples," and not
Tub 15UU.KTIN, must be held to answer.
Hut, entertaining no apprehensions of such
a result, we bid every one of our patrons a
"Merry Christmas," and adjourn until
K. M. K. C. entertainment to-uight.
Gu)Vi.s of ull kinus, very fine, for sale
Ij O. Haythorn & Co.
Hats and caps for little b vs. Hoods
ml sacques for littl - girls, at
Mas. 8. Williamson's.
Ed. A. Ilcncu will guarantee to furnish
ftny giHuU in li,)L. ()f Jewelry and Sil
vei-ware, at Chicago or St. Louis prices.
Oyhtkus! Oystkiib!! A g.Hnl XXX
oyster at 25 'cuts; a family oyster at :I0
Cf-uts; extra fmu fleets ut n V-iits per can,
ttt Hauuv AVai kuh's.
A. II ai.I.v is the principal ilealerin stovus,
tinware, etc., Vf (Jain. His stock is the
largest and finest ever offered in Southern
Illinois, and his priees mu low as the
Handkkiu'Hikp'h that will b-.-nr insl,t..
tion. We gu ir.intee them !i5 per cent leas
thuu similar goods can be bought in this
' O. IlAYTUriUS & V.
At.L tht! finest brands of cigar snj to
Uoro, tlno cut and plug, niecrselnuiin ,i
other pipes, t Igar holders, etc., etc., tt lurgi.
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"A MKl.'UY CllltlSTMAS."
Cliristuum is nt h:in 1, uml tliu youth of
tlio liiml uro happy i;i tliu roaliutiou of
their blight iiiilit'ipulioiiM, or niHiTiibli; ovi.t
hopes daalieJ down.
Tiil obrttrvani'i! of Christ mu is u timc-
hoiiontd custom, x:ul it is a cold iimJ (Mutiny
heart, indwd, to which tin; tiny docs not
briny some good chcur, some, tlirolihof jjood
fu'dinif, a fi;w rays of bh-Kscd suiishiiio.
Ami who would not have Christmas conn
in the winter time? Warming by its grate
ful memories and blessed I'jaeliins t'io
heart of the pmiple, it h:-ik1s the charitably
inclined aim wlio is not cliaruaoU! on
Chribtnius duy? in to the hovcla of the
oor, into tho liaunU of hickneM, hulfeiiug
and woi). It sends out its good angels witli
substantial cheer to the bedside
of the povcrty-btrickeu invalid,
and into the tuualid hoine.s
of the helpless widow und half-fed orphan.
It brings fuod to the starving, throws light
into Jark places; tinis sorrow into glad
ness, nnd for the day, at least, tikes away
from the destitute the sting of their pover
ty. In doing this, the day works out a
heaveu-snt mission; nnd none of us feel
the worse for having been the agents of m
Commending to such of our citizens as
have worldly suflicienciea, the poor among
us; asking fur the sick and the needy, food
and medicines; for the naked, clothing;'
the 1 uiigry, bread, we heartily wish every
body a ''Happy Christmas" ihe enjoyment
of a day that will, in after years, bring
biased memories of charity expended
where charity was appealed to.
A CRUEL CIIRIr)T.V,S DELUSION.
Ho be warnod, ye little children,
'or, each bright Decern her ilay,
Sai.tu ClaitH, like vhrmt or eliadiitv,
--Watehen you ut work and p.av,
. No good deed la ucreim inhered.
No kind word la hoard with neur.)
fcood and bad are jusily dealt with
tin tlio merry Cntli-tinn murii
(iood bny' xt.ickii k biirat with lillltea-;
Jlad boya' atO':kiL h.iui; forlorn 1
SI. LouU Joar.-isi.
The :nipressio:i sought to be c uveyed by
the clii-ing lines of th.i above 'jingh.','' is
that a full stocking on Christmas inoriiing
is au evidence thut the owner of the stock
ing is "good" and ha.-, by his walk and con
versation, won the f.ivir and fiiendship uf
the mythical Santa Clans. On the other
hand, tliu boy or girl who n ceircsnu Christ
inas presents, is passed by, for (he sole and
only reason that he or she was ' bad," and
had by his or her wicked conduct won iiat.ta
Claus's enmity and hatred. And the im
pression thiii sought to be conveyed is iden
tical with that which thoughtless parents
tir'ivj to impress upen their children. The
boy who receives nothing, bceacu ot the
extreme poverty of his parents, muy be one
o; the bent and most tradable of boys, yet
the most foul mouthed, blasphemous aud
vicious boy of the comn unity, may be li
censed by virtue of his Christmas presents,
to taunt the poor boy to tears and deep self
reprobation, because of the evidence of Lis
wickedness to be seen in his empty stock
ing. The poor boy taught to believe in the
justice and liberality of Santa Claus, hides
his head in shame; while the wick d, de
based child of prosperous parents, gloats
over his proofs of good conduct aud moral
integrity. Tho poor child, who receives no
presents because of the poverty of its par
ents, must uot only feel the pangs of -the
deprivation, but must, in addition, be made
to believe that he has incurred the enmity
of S-intu Ciaus, and is so desneratcly wick
ed that the eyes ot everybody is upon him
as the "worst boy of the neighborhood."
This is cruel and renders the poor child's
holiday a day of misery and
self-accusation; and the holiday of the
vicious rich child, a day of triumph and
exultation. The Sauta Ciaus delusion
would be a happy one, if poverty had not
made its way into tho world; but since the
delusion works to the shame and mortifica
tion of the poor child, and to the gratifica
tion of the vicious, spiteful and hateful, as
well ns of the obedient and lovable child ot
the rich man, it were better that the delu
sion be exploded, and the humiliated chil
dren of the poor, and the exultant children
of the rich, be made to know thu truth.
In his place in the House, the other day,
Mr. Sparks, of this state, declared that the
Indian appropriation bill under considera
tion, called for $'.'1)0,000 more thau the de
tailed estimates required. In other words,
Mr. Sehurz made liberal estimates for all
the wants of the Indian bureau, nnd then
added 200,000 that he didn't want. This
betrays a disposition of waste and extravu
ga ice, characteristic of l'"publtcim rule;
but such, nevertheless, as calls for the se
verest public reprobation. It is by such
reckless uses of money that the public ser
vice is debased, at.d U 'publican nscend-
mvy t-'nJl'"l, 80 c-Fusive to the people.
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N,nv is tl10 til"' to-Jv is the dav,
. . '
ic,lmv Pun, at ym. 0W1,
I l,ril almost, of Mas. S. Williamson.
ABOUT THE Cm".
--Mrs. MeUriider, daughter of Mayor
"Vintcr, will spend the liolid.tys with her
Pan. Hogan, county clerk of pu'aski
county, was In Cairo yesterday; ns was Maj.
S. O. Lewis of Villa Ridge.
--Judge O. A. Ilarker, judge of our cir
cuit court, and Slr.Orei.tr, prosecuting at
torney for S.iline county, were in Cairo
A (ire will be built in th-i nthem'tim
this morning and the room kept warm all
day so that paiti".sdsiringto attend, need
not fear an uncomfortably cold evening :tt
the Iv. SI. K. C. show to-nighi.
Mr. J. A. Slelcher, special agent of the
Equitable Life An-urance company, of New
York, was in Cairo yesterday , on business
connected w ith hisp,kioti. His headquar
ters are at 1 03 Dearborn street, Chicago.
A man whom nobody in the neighbor
hood could rceognijv, w is killed by the cars
at Pulaski station, on Monday. It is sup
posed that he was attempting to steal n
ride, and losini his hold, fell under the
In contemplating the lick of original
matter in this issue, w. llnd considerable
satisfaction in tiie reflection that the duties
and enjoyments of tho day will be given
precedence, even ovar a reading of Tin;
As the gentleman, whose -leigli went
to wreck in fro.it i;f Tun I!li.i.i.i in oillcc
yesterday, tutcrtaiiicd no purpose of giving
us an item, we must show ourselves equal
to the seeming demands of the invasion,
aud say nothing nbmt it.
The mortal remains of the late Patrick
0 Louglilin weiv taken to Villa Ridge for
re-interment Sunday morning. A special
train left the foot of Eighth street, convey
tig the Rev. Father Zabelle nnd numerous
friends to the place of burial.
Another day has psvscd without a case
in our police court. Visiting police head
quarters, yesterday evening, we found no
record of arrests since last Friday. With a
view to tho approaching night, the record
contained the following admonitory, but
ather vague hint: "Keep a bharp watch on
Since we suggested the appointment of
another constable for service in the Fourth
ward, several gentleinin have called In im
press upon us the modesty of our aiin.
The law business of the precinct amounts to
fully one rase in two month. This beii!
t;ue, one constable would be worked to
Th : freight busings of the Cairo nnd
Vineennes r.iilroad has si increased during
the past few d iys that it was found ne cessa
ry to double the clerical force. And even
this increased force Cud that their labors
compel them to trench quite heavily upon
the interval usually devoted to the 'balmy"
-We were informed by Judg.' Bros, yes
terday evening, that there is no perceptible
improvement in thi' condition of Mr. Stock
Ac, h. He is still 1 iercfl of the power of
speech, and takes no nourishment except
beef brol'l. His ease h ;i hopeless one; but.
fortunately, attended with but little or no
ror in : urs; ti:n ill tw.-nry years no ;
people of Cairo are permitted to enjoy a I
Christmas that presents all th? features (,f
frozen ground, deep snow nnd solid ice, that
renner itie uay so enjoyable to the denizens i io a!lUt tiW , collected about To
ol' the north. We have a real state-of-SI line j W1, ,-,!, , K-"ts" furnishing goods as
Christmas, and, as our Hibernian help would ; ,.u;u.j hh hwy whfn Kometliing ..xurr d
say, "it would be d-d Shine not to enjoy . ,1m1 k(..ir,,l ),;, out of 11t .. T,lU C(m.
it " i .
"" clu.-ion is stigg.-bted by i vidchces of haste
Judge Oenrge Slertz, of Slound City, still visible yesterday. Thu burglar had
wa.s in Cairo yesterday. Slertz is a terrible not b.-en e.:t of the house two minutes, per
Republican; but a good neighbor, and a 1 haps, when the second mgineerof the trans
faithful friend; but if he should enter the I lVr steamer Junius S. SLngitii came along,
lists for a premium on beauty, he'd have carrying a lantern. The villain concluding
to content himself with the third prize j that a foot race was shout to ensue, threw u
tho editor of Tim Bulletin earryingoif the i portion of his plunder in tho center stair
first, of course. John A. Reeve would pro- ! w ay of the block, and, with nil neces
bably prance around with the second. ! sary expedition, got away from there.
-The Diilo of Shr-veport was Win" ut ' T,' v"M,,r "uspectol nothing wrong tin
the Illinois Central wharf-noat vester.h.v, ! ,li 1"' l''"v-'n-"' f h phmder
and a large force of liamls and the I. C. k 0,1 ,,,c ti'1,lW'llk- This he pickeil up,
lis. steam appliances were engaged at the iinJ r',Ulm:' il ' -Mr. Farnbakcr yesterday
work of emptvintf her immense carr,, mt,, ! riiin. The v.ilua of the goods thu, re-
the depot, and from thence to the cars
Among other items of tho cargo were nine
hundred hogsheads of sugar and one thou
sand sacks of salt. To convey this to its
destination St. Louis will necessitate the
use of one hundred railroad cars.
The grandest lunch ever spread in
Cairo, will bo that which Botto and Fogansi
will provide and which the lovers of good
things uro invited to discuss ut 10 o'clock
to-day. The table will bo abundantly sup
plied with venison, turkey, roast beef, game,
fish, all kinds of vegetables and relishes;
and to this toothsome feast everybody is in
vited to come. Thcro will be plenty for
everybody, and to spare. S ) let no one stay
away because of thu fear of a short supply.
Come, eat, and be merry. You will be cor
dially welcomed and plentifully fed.
Some persons are disposed to charge
night police with inolliciency, because of a
burglary within Ufty yards and in plain
view of police headquarters. If our police
were sulllcL'iitly mini -rom to k .-ep nn ofll
cer constantly stationed at headquarters,
such a charge might have some force; but
with only four men M police tho whole city,
know all about the goings out and com
ings in of tin; two pairs of officers, and
know too, that when the four nhmit them
selves from headquarters, the field is uu
wutchod; and that iieighlmring property
is the legitimate "swag" of anybody who
may choose to prey upon it. It would be
impossible for tho po'dco to visit every purt
of the city as often as uucj tin hour; and it
would bo a laborious uml complicated bur
glary thut could not bo consiimated in that
At a Temperance muss convenlirn
held tit St. Louis, nn last Sunday, Dr. J no
S. Moore, who will address tho people of
Cairo on the subject of tempcranne, on next
Friday night, made tlio following remarks,
which we think applicable to the workers
in the cans" of temperance in Cairo:
"Dr. John S. Sloore spoke on tho import
ance and necessity at this time of being
self-reliant. To depend tin) much on others
to do that which wo should do ourselves,
would keep the work ut a s!nnd-still,nd very
Ittlegooil wvuld b) i.e.'oii'plished. The
apparent apathy of those who should be
first nnd foremost in every good work und
work was to be deplored! lie was not dis
couraged, ami sineere'y booed that ere
long we should get to work in right good
earnest, and create such a furoa- in behalf
of temperance principles that these who
now look on at u di-taace may by compel
led to come forward and lend helping a
The testimonial present :d to Alderman
Foley, by the citizens of th? Fourth ward,
in acknowledgement of his faithful nnd nn
remunerated services during the prevalence
of the yellow fever i:i our mills,', is a heavy
gold Maltes cross, suspended by two links
from the b "ak ot a spread ea.;!e. The
tu 'd;.l is the uVsitrn and workm.-insli-u
of Mes-rs. Ruder lho.'s of liiisiity, ;;r.d
is certainly u creditable specimen of their
handiwoik. The inscription upon the cross
reads as follows: "Presented to Alderman
D.J.Foley for his faithful services as a
member" of the Cairo Board of Health,
during the Yellow Fever of 1878." That
the presentation might be made in due form
a number of citizens met i.t the ollice of
'squire Osborn, culled Mr. SI. O Donnell to
the ch.iir, Sir. J. H.Englidi to net us sec
retary, and Sir. A. J. Alden, cour.ty
tr.vurer, to make the presentation
speech. This last duty was ptrf'otined in
Mr. A's. "happiest manner." The testimo
nial was pinned to Alderman Foley's hip
pel; and after he had cxpr -ssed bis thanks,
Messrs Welch, Osborn, 1! !mt!s and otlcis
made remarks suited ti the occasion, all
bearing testimony to tho Alder
man's fearless, unselfish ser
vices in a field of labor whence ull bis
brother members of the Board of Health,
had precipitously tied. The testimonial
and the manner of it, presintution were
highly complimentary to Foley, and fun
remuneration for his services more aec i't-
abXthan any mere per diem that oild
have bvr. bestowed upon l.im. j
-Dropping in upon I.ianc Farnabaler, the
veteran clothier, yes'inlay afternoon, be
shoved tusidj a colored cotton curtain that
cover.'d the sish part of the rear side d. Mir
to the building, nnd disclosed the means of ''eniieri'scci. i.rateii ,tring l-an.l wil, lur
egress and ingress that had b-tn employe.! mi'' f"r ,'easion. Admission,
about I o'clock that morning, by the shrewd "nt 5" ':'"''-' l'-1 ''"
and fearless devil that had burglarized bis j ' ""'"T"1' ,',i,-N"h',-NT''
store. Mayor Winter who never sleeps, J Amiikosk Pyatt Imu." not U-i'n unmiiel
heard the crash of glass, from his room in j f ,,f the npproach of the holidays, nnd
the same block; but c.s no's-s of wine kind i i ,,r,,.r to supply some of the demand.,
are occurring in that neighborhood nt ml , ,.f the (.ciH.,ioi,.' 1. has laid in u t. ry at
hoursof the night, he gave the matter no I tnclive Mock of photographic albums, .'into-
more man a p is,ug thought. At tlmt very
o-"' . o ..iiti .i i .t, " -i ii ''..' .11!,. llilll-
self up With Kern'otikjl's ;r.ieils. He had
through the money drawer
llIui tl.k.-u tlurefrom the tbange that
i been left f..r business Uses in the morn-
covere.t is sain to oe aoout tinrty-live dol
lars, leaving the burglar still in possession
of forty or fifty dollars' worth. As goods
were at the rascal's hand, of great value
huiidreds of dollars woth of which might
have been concealed about his person
Farnbaker is of the opini m that ho escaped
Crying is a prima evidence of pain.
When tho baby is fretful und inc ind to
"crying-spells," remove the caus3 by using
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup.
Tiiankh. Mrs. P. O'Loiighlin avai s her
self of the spuce presented her in this morn,
ing's issue of Tun Bullktin to tender her
sincere thanks to Mr. Richard R. Walsh
and Mr. D. ,1. Foley for the iippreciable
kindnessnnd interest they inanif -st mI in the
funeral of her deceased husband, Pa'i h k
O'Loiighlin. To tin Rjv. Father 7. ih-lie,
und to thu friends who accompanied the
mortal remains of the deceased to the p'neu
of burial, she itlao extends h -arty thanks.
oss show by K. SI. K. C. to nigh
Fi.mk slippers for gcnt'cnni at '. Nay
thorn Hi Co's.
Bill ok F.vuic. l.v la .
11." Ollts; stowed 4 ' e
at tho Crystal oystet ' ,ns'.
piIGlIlSr iX DR UG STO UIC,
COll. COM M I0UCIAI, AV. AND KI( JUTI!! '.NTJ I Kl
Fi.,. mii-u wihi a mil hock 01 rrvni niu,
cin,; th:;' 1 l"'""l,)r' ww- w
At the St. Charles hotel.
Tiikatuk will hi warm to-night.
NitiiMS, ladies' silk ti, s, etc., a beautiful
line at O, Haythorn & (Vs.
Last chance to .! K. M. K.C.'s Exposed
and Cairo Quarantine."
Bakkts an 1 bnqtiets of natural (lowers.
A new invoice r.-ccivcil yesterday. A nmg
nilicient display at .Mrs. H. Willi tuiv.n's.
No necisiitv for sending to other cities
for Jewelry, Dimn Is hitd other holiday
goods. Under has an inimi use stock, and
will fuiiii-h them at eastern prices.
J!t.NK Books of every ibscription ran
be purchased much cheaper than elsewhere,
from Ambrose Pvatt. Stationery juid
olliee fixtures equally low.
A Holiday present of a pM;r ,,f
shoes in Hies . ,., i;,t,H Wnll, m Kp.
dopi iate eii'i ; si.l.l by (i. Mm thorn k Co.
Tin: Cain Tu.n. r S.s i. iy w i.i ;r;V( 1,11
cut '.'l.iiiiiii. nt on Chtisimas ti-ght, consist
in ; of itit"iii;iii".aeer obatic and .t!,r ,jhm:
iaiti. to which nil are invited. After the
peil'orinaiiee there will l. a s.sial dance.
By ordt r of Ciiwrr i ki:.
Sfv SIotto -'(iiiick sales and small
profits." So save your money by calling at
the lumber yr.rd of J. S. .VeO.they. Rtiild
in,' material of nil kinds, including side
walk and curbing luni!.. r. cdar isU, etc.
Also, Jive two-horse Molinc. wagons for sale
THE BOSS CLOTH I Eli.
I lie 1) i.s Clothier in the city, is
' l IIOIV
CI Ohio Lr.vi.i:.
This ran b? easily proved by going to
him, and trying his Clothes, tud you will
sw.-ar he's thy Boss.
OlIA.M) OvMNAsTIi: EM KltrtlSMTNT oil
Christmas night, at Tuner II ill, by the
Cairo Turner Society. After the entertain
ment a grand ball will take place. ir,,f
rapide albums, . mbo.s.ed i.irf.ir. s, picture
I H ii i k t. ..nr iu.nti.rr.luii .... ...i,
form a part of the supply that will be pro
vidtd for nearly every hotue in the city.
Jul. RoNKKLit. having taken the rooms
at the corner of Fourteenth nnd Washing
ton avenue, lately occupied by Pettis &
Bird, h is opened a saloon which will be
found first-class in every appointment, To
his old friends and the public treiierally,
he extendi a cordial invitation to call. His
bar is aupplied with only the choicest of
wines, liquors and cordials, and his rooms
are attractive and pleasant.
At the packing lions.- of Iliukle,
Thistlewoo.l ii Sloore, on Con.ini rend av
enve, one hundred hogs a day are cut tip,
eonsifpienlly pigs' feet, spa re-ribs, back
bones and other trimmings are for side in
large or small quantities, nt almost "give
away" prices, The linn are putting up
very fine new bod in small package-1, for
family Us.:. To this they in ite s; cinl at
tention. ClIlllsTMAS OIIANOI.S, E:c. -Just received,
110 cases choice Louisiana Oranges, choice
Malaga Raisins, choice Michigan cider.
Ohio cider, cream cheese, pigs teet, per
keg and per half barrel, C nuts per 100 and
hogshead, Malaga and Messina lemons for
the holiday. Also to arrive December L'0,
HO Lbls choice coast selected oranges, by
bid und box, very fine, expressly for the
city ratio. S. E. WILSON",
HU Ohio Lcvi-e.
Firry Doi.l.mis Riswaud. The above re
ward will be paid for the recovery of the
body of Charles M. Fouke, lost from the
steamer Oohl Dust, near Cape Oirardeuu,
on Friday night, December tilth, 178.
Deceased was twenty years old, and has a
gunshot scar on right arm, above the elbow,
and right hand slightly shrivelled. Infor
mation may be left nt this office, or w ith
Jtm.ru T. Fot iu:,
Dec. I).'!, 1378. Oreenville, Illinois.
RuAttTY and worth are combined in the
grand "Climax" base-burner stove. Slica
doors, nickel-plated fenders and ornaments.
Thd handsomest and lest heating stove in
the markel, and the "(Irand Charter Oak"
cooking stove luu not Its equal in any mar
let. It is complete in all its depart menu.
Hoth for sale by 0. W. Henderson, Hi t
Medicine and thuml.ul.nf ,!..i .....
ua 11 ru" ','"",f My H
if... .. .1... I ,
ir.i.i- nn.- i,c.y s aiong py gout? to thf;
....r.ui, iisw.iyi in u,,. t;r,stal njir
Tub hirg.st stm k of rubber overshoe t.
be found in the city at O. Nay thorn & Cos
I-'.TI A P.-.tii. 1... ...
""-' inn largest fct.s'k o
Diamonds. Watches, Clocks, Silvern arc an
I Alll-!,...l lr jlr, . I , . . .
" ' ''" uu..;iiui rii or.illglll I'l t 3-"b
A inn oyster lunch t -i:igh at the Ci v
suiooii. Coui" boj s. "Christmas gift."
II tuny Wai.kiw.
ron a goo.i nliave lor t. n cents, ",
hair ci;t for twentv-five ff i.t.s, to Hoi;
Schick's barU:rshop, 1 (Xn.iwj ',
Bkkobk purch.uing Xmai irifts, call ;.
iniinine Ed. A. Ihid rs ,:..'. cf jewV'
Oct your Holiday j r s -:i:.s :'n White
I'liotogniph Oultery. P e re cm Is: no me-
iilii ironri m ft, in........ ..... ...
-it-"! i ... jna. e w - Tor
friend than a picture. It:, u -.;t t.'ia'
bisti:i a::d always prize..
QcKUV. Why will men wmi rmmi
tobarco hen they can buy Marbuig
ol .North Carolina" at tie- same prl -
CLOTH I NO!
in d. si earnest! Hedrij-s a ;1it;r.d.;'i.;
in the w.iy of
LOWER PRU I!
A c-l'!in sweep made. The pubiie :
No trush offered as a decoy. J hi,
Fpace to mi ntion only .i few ar'Jeh :
.Men's Grey Ow.-rroa!s
I liilichills Overcoats,
(a.ssiiiif re Bun'mms Suits.
i. T.an. v
' ox, I (jissiniere Pants,
CI lhio Ii -ee
KKl'OUT Of Till: C()NIH JiO
(MT V NATION A 1 , 11A N f
nt t'alM. !a ttu Ststo of I'. lnoU, s.l t!.e c' j- '
i)i;.-i:.Mitj:ii mil. t-);-.
, h.,.,,1 sun.l
te.hi-r uA-, h.i.UF and nurt-
l)u.. :ruin is; pron-d resin"
ai;..ii i'T.'Wt M
due Ir.en ntl.-T nn.nt.iil bui.aa
Oiru lrom Mate I. auk jud
banker 3..M si
Hi-al ertate. luruilaru aud C
C u rf-ut i-jioiib- Hi;d laT.a
I le-. ks ami otn. r i .i-h limn. 5 (i
ltill ef ..lUer ILrikF .H.M
51. V -
rrai'tlouai rurreue), tlm.ua
ii.u' nl. k. 1)
l-e .1 T'-iet. r not
I: .1. 1npte.11 fund with I . S.
'I r.-.i-iir.-r, (,'. )n r win. ol fir
e.ihaidio I'ui! lrom I'. M. Tr.nn.rer,
oilier than ft per cuul. Ku
d inptlun l'nnd
Ciil.ltul Uk k paid In
siuii.iiM I nnil
( IW.Yll ,.
tl.H . .
I n.livl.i. d I'rol.tn
.National bank not. o lUt jr.d-
Ili.lltMii.il depoi il tubjis t
to ih-k 15.nv.Fi
Dm: tootle r uutiorml bunks, !.):,. ',J
line lo Sl.ae banks u.:d
Totai f.i.;.s:s .
State uf lillm.!", c.ii ity of Al eian.ler, m.
1, v'. Iljaif.p, c-i-awir of t:..! i.'jove luaed hiv.
.!.. Folermny s.w.ar t.u.t Ihs iih...ve stut'iuiui.l Ih lr'.
to llitl best of my kiiowl.'du lied tlellef.
W. Jl sll', C:."ll(ir
Sul rrlb; ,! iir d Nw.ini to before ate this IHtli d-
of 1). oenb.-i-, Is'.S, II. 11. xwiur, Not- 1'ubl
II. I. Hiijinxr, I
'.. P. Wimm-os, Hire. lor"
stuck n i.iu-:iis mi ktim;.
N'OTICK.-A mo -tlriwr of the Ftoi khol.lM" of t'e
I ity NiiUm i.l Haul,, fur ihoelcal 111 of Hoar
or l:lr....iors, will : !e-l. la the efl'ee of t'.e b i t. k
on Tue-dav, ihfl llin duy of .lunuuiy tn-.-.t, nt t'
o'eloi k a. A. W. i sLiiI', l iikhler.
500 RE W Alt I) !
For u Cam of the foilowin? Dlf.'sx! which tho d'f
f. rent nui.ib..ra ot
Dr. Forks' II KA IHI J'ADM
Will not care with ltn rnarknlilu riucvewa.
y.i 1 . J Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, ole
0 1 Price, i.
( Kidney, fipine and Bladder uf
Nt). 2 ! lections, und Nervous Piostrn
( tion. Price, ;i.
Female DiseasrH and Womb Af
l'eetioiis. Price .
. , l Ii)f!amation of the Lungs, Brin
' '' ' j chitis and Aslhmn. Price, (,V
Tli! .il'ove wwsril doea nut apply todiMia aln-tiily
in 0..1 H.ireleal or faliil atuir.ia. tin receipt nf praA
win a.inn ran nv innii. n.iwiir.i 01 tmiiitiiona, uan
none hut Ibo rorlira. nunn mr circular 10
Dit. it. w. Koitnr.A.
"i Kim HI.. Clnclnnall. Ohio, mid leufn imrikulnr
iaipertaut to lUaaua.