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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SLWDAV MOUMJNU, DECEMBER 20. '187S.
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Fur over M M SE I.I.E R- I.IVK K PIUS have
,.,.- ,iio i'uinl.ud remedy fr Liver mn tUlut,
liack. IlxeiuMi Coatrd loinrne, Fever and A ct o.
M,d .11 dl,...-.-. '''' d.-ru.d M.-.U-t lh
l.lver or Momai u. I liouiiw Adaroa. of U omU .
kv -v.: 'Scller'a I'll'" ' huiiJrjjIt .if
dollar. In doctor,.' ti;U lu Ihi. roimti v I.E.
Seller A Co.. l'iJrH-loi, PlltebuiK. I BiiUy
lima.. Akt iil". t Him.
rpiE GREAT BLOOD TOXIC
Vor the cure of all dlaenaca arl.iiu from Impitro
blood, and for luvlt-oratUm und sl.cnat hen ntf '
vital. ir-an... Am ou weak, iiervotia. diblllla -d.
iMilciaifUlraj Have you y'l,l 1 I:
llave vou naun-ii. 1 "Hi'1 bHi-k. J lfi. f.
1 "d'V 111. od Searcher w ill drive mil the dt'
an, brin- back the lllouin of lie " 1.
Holla. KrvHip. la. Tetter. Suit Ituciun. 4c . arc but
,uX-e liidicatloi.a of Wood IH'-aae:
y Hl....d Scantier, by piirllvlua the
n. the .Win nuU bca.itlne. the mi.h-il.in. holU
k .11 ihu-'il 1 no U'-rbot le. K ("'Hit.
rprUlor,' i'llteliniij la. Barclay Dm... Ageui.
gELLERS COUGH SYRUP.
Over I.nnO.fKKI bottle imiM. It I- the mo-l pleasant
und piilor remedy for Com-h. Cold, t roup.
Jloar.n ml all throat and liu.R dl..ac 1 a
W ill UK., lor half a eettturr. Doctor recount. d
and prescribe it. J. K. Yoiiinau. Eons P. ).. III;,
ay: "It faced mv to children from the Krave.
A 1.. Simmon, of lliiltlniore. M.I., al) say: It
Mill cure tbu worst coti"b immediately. Ak your
timed! or ireueral storekeeper for It and Uku no
Ither. Prlcea. S.V.. N.. nd 1.W per bottle. Send
for circular. It K. teller. A Co.. Proprietor,
pltt.i,uiy. 1'a. liurclav l)r.. Agi-nt. tutro.
II. MAREAN, M. i).,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgi'tm.
OeV VA Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourl.cMli St. and Valiineton aveuue. (airo.
it. SMITH, M. I).
Ofilte ami RtniiJetice:
VO. St THIHTEESTH STREET. CAIRO, ll.t..
H. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
)rnc-'o. 1ST. Commwclal Avenue, betwicn
Kichth and Sitith t-treeu
JU. W. C. JOl'ELYX,
OKFICE-Eluhik Street, near Conmierdal Atcdiic.
MFFICK Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth hIh.
JIXEUAU & LAXSDEX,
Attor nej-s-a t-T jci w.
OFFICE No, 11S Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COI NTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
We are antliorlzed to nnuouncetho nnnie of At.
nun CoMiNii" aa a candidate lor City Treaaiirer ill
the euHtilUK city election. .
We are athorlr.ed to announce the name of W.u.
tkkL. lliusToi.au a candidate for the olllre of City
Treasurer, lit the ennuins charier election.
Noth b.-to whom IT MAT cONrKKN. The Cairo
llulletin Co., will pay no bllla contracted by any of
Ha etnployeH, or any one connected wllhTiiif IlfL
I.CTIN. itnleia the cainu la made on h written order
alRiied by niyaelf, and the order mut be atlucbed to
tbu bill wbeu pr s.'iited.
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SlCINl OPPI'K. I
Caiiio, III.. Dec. iw. IMVS. i
Time. Hur. Ther. limn. Wind. Yel. Weather.
S p. m. l.3i! W
ZM" ai.iu a
jieraiuiu, m -;
W. II. RAY.
Sei'u't Hluilal CorpK, U. S. A.
E.irtli" time iiml jtlnoes for htiklinur re
lij;ious HLTvicvM to-tluy, refer to our dmrt'li
Joliu Q. Hariiuii), Esq., now of Mt.
Vernmi, is in ('aim, ami Mill jiroljalily re
muin several il:iys.
There is Home proip'fct that tlie effort
in progress to et h (Mi'irum of Tuxmyeis
to'fther to-niorrowevi'iiiri";, will he siieecsH
ful. W. II. Hooker reprcseiitiii"; S, C. Wells
& Co., of Leroy, X. Y., wns in the t:ity
jestenlay, iiml l'.ivore.l Tiif. IU i.i.i;i in with
Mr. E. II. Purr, of llrecki'iiriile county,
Ky., is in the city visiting his sister, Mrs.
John Antrim, whom hr lisi.l not seen for
The ivxt annual cniivi'iili.m of tin?
Southern Illinois M '.liral nssoeintion, will
Iib held in (Vntraliu mi the loth uVy of;
.lanuary next. j
The similiter hoiHe jioiiil n'rtets!
hknters of hM di-trrees, k.'Xs ntnl eolois, anil !
from inoniiii' until hed tine.' Wy.n;! forum j
lire hoimi upon its frozen surface.
After tlie adjournment of the teachers'
lneetin Triduy ni';lit, (lie t 'iiele'is resent
wijrHtffil a "i!ei';li rid"" that wim produe.
tiv of tiny iimouiit of enjoy mint.
If the Ohio is not IV. iz-n over or
liloelced il!i ice, somewhere uhove, this
moniine;, its power for V sistino; the eon
Keitl'intf lnnuences of the weather is marvel,
The Kil'.iiii; vessel, Hiiinet, Dilated her
moiirtiin r colors ul lialf innst yesb rdny, he
: Hlse of the dentil of Mr. l' M. rllnck'h lli,
who n cu;iied, iii the Biiiiin;; cn, ilie p.-
h.tiotl of U,. , Adlililal.
There lire hut few truinm In the city ut
tlim time; und thes" few are hy no lne;iim
olttrusin) fellows. The linnvy mkiw 'ind
Bcvere weiitln-r are not conducive of active
movement unions thut class ,of pcojile,
They movo from liousu to housi- to heg
liincheoiii hut not from town to town to Iiml
new fields to explore.
It should not lie forgotten that the
Baptist Sunday school will he held nt the
usual hour this niorniii";. The hall ia
supplied with ctnnfortnhle arm chilli's, und
will he thoroughly warmed.
Burton, of the Cnrhondiile Free Press,
lets MeKeaij,', the Cairo postmaster puss one
week, without a Mow. It may he, how
ever, that lie is husbanding Ids strength for
a terrific onslaught next time.
Messrs. Bross and Schwanitz visited
Beech Grove cemetery, yest.irday afternoon,
to select spot for the burial of Mr. Stock
lleth's remains, und to perfect other needful
arrangements there for his burial.
Ladies ot the city who may wish it
publicly announced that they intend to re
ceire callers on New Year's day, can ac
complish that object, without eost, by send
ing in their names any time before ten
o'clock Tuesday night.
- Harry Comtick. son of Joe, has laid
down the stick and abandoned the case,
and taken a position on the railroad that is
considered an essential preliminary to the
part of engineer. In other words, he's
firing ou an engine.
As Mr. Stocktleth was a member of the
Cairo Lodge ot Odd Fellows, of the Hough
and Ready Fire company, and of the Cairo
Casino, it is probable that all of those or
ganizations will turn out und take part in
fie funeral ceremonies.
County Clerk Dan Hogan, the only
county clerk in Illinois, so far as the returns
indicate, who ever reported cash collections
in excess of his salary, was in Cairo yester
day, enjoying that peace of mind that
comes of a clear conscience.
Wc are sorry to bear that Mr. Vf. S.
Lane, of Mounds Junction, continues to fail.
He litis been quite sick during the two
months past; and as he is suffering from an
attack of consumption it is scarcely possi
ble that he'will survive the winter.
A colored man named Harkert, slipped
and full from one of the Cairo and Vincen
ues wharf-boats, about noon, last Friday,
and nil efforts to rescue him were unavail
ing. His body has not been recovered.
The unfortunate man was a laborer in the
employment of the ruilroad company.
As intimated in Tiif. Bi ki.ktin about
a week ago, Mrs. LaiiraTisdale, of Chicago,
will visit Cairo next week, to take charge
of a tdass in elocution. The class embraces
representatives of both sexes, both married
and unmarried. Mrs. Tisdale is said to be
an elocutionist of recognized ability.
The Episcopal church has been pre
sented with a handsome carved walnut
cross, two feet high, which is placed upon
the alter in the center of the chancel.
The cross is decorated with the saered let
ters "I. II. S." and a beautiful vine of pas
sion (lowers and leaves, ami is the handi
work of Mrs. II. II. Candee.
The malingers of the Illinois Central
railroad must plead guilty to the charge of
a most sensible and commendable discrim
ination in furnishing tickets to the students
of the Southern Illinois Normal at a rate
and a lil'lh for the lound trip. It is a "streak"
of liberality that ought to permeate all the
railroad managers in the country.
Cairo is very well represented among
the employes of the Anna Insane asylum.
The jolly, fat-sided Fulton, has been an at
tache of the iisyluin from the start, (leorge
llonnard leads the asylum bund; and
('lias. Olmsted, brother of George, fills the
position of Secretary, Dr. Wadrner, as
superintendent, is confessedly, the b 'st man
for the position thut could have b en se
lected, Tlie rumor alloat, to the effect that the
tire that resulted in the destruction of Mr.
Bulfivy's house, had its start from a lire
started in the basement by a couple of
mischievous boys, is declared to he wholly
unfounded. It is not dellneitly known
how the tire originated, hut the most
reasonable conjecture is thut coals fell from
the stove and set tire to the lloor. Mr.
Bah'rey, himself, was not at home.
- Every body who had occasion to take
a whif of outside atmosphere as early as
Ibni4 o'clock yesterday morning, decline
the weather was the coldest they ever felt
in this latitude. Policemen who were
iibr iad, say that the moisture of their
bivatli was condensed and frozen into ice
that settled on their moustaches ami beards
like balls und spangles ot diamonds,
Their beards rattled, under their touch
like tin.1 glass pendants of a chandelier.
Mr. A. G. Diiinron, Mr. F. M.Jones,
county clerk, Mr. M. A. Smith, editor of
tlie Johnson County Journal, .Mr, P, T.
Chapman, county superintendent of
schools mid Mr. J. D. Craig, ot Vienna,
mi l Messrs. Mi-Comb and Trigg, of Tun
nel Hill, left by the C. & V. passenger
tiitin yesterday morning, for Vienna, They
had I n in attendance upon the It -publican
Senatorial convention at Mound City,
the day before, and came to Cairo to enjoy
tin- cheer of mint1 host, I'gnew, of the
-Ed, Piihr, who doles out plain und
mixed liquid to the patrons of the Mer
chants' ilxcliung'', ciiine before 'Squire Hob.
iiisim, yesterday, and pleaded guilty to a
charge of conduct calculated to provoke a
breach ot the peace, in this, to wit: Having
to do with ratlu-r a troublesome customer,
he started him homeward with a push, ex
erting more strength than lie pmhubly In
tend -d to t-xt-rt. The customer, yielding to
the impetus giyen him, plunged headlong
into the snow und ice, and hurt his head
and face. A flue of five dollars und costs
wu imposed upon Pahr, who, after secur
ing its payment, was permitted, as the law
yers suy, "to go hence, without day."
Messrs. derrick and Huberts are still
engaged ut the work of removing our yellow
fever deatl. Last night they continued the
search for the body of Thomas Cook, tlie
exact location of whose grave wus not
known. The first grave opened proved to
be that of Mr. Fitzpatrick. The second
grave opened was that of young Cook
the sou ot Mr. Fit.patiick had orthrfed the
exhumation of his father's bodjylhcre was
no labor lost. Both bodies ywill bo re
It is stated thuVjhe Xmthern Illinois
Insane asylum at AnmHcontains six hun
dred inmates. To properly care for these
und the property ot the institution, requires
the presence of one hundred employes. It
is this asylum is, in slung vernacular,'1 a
big thing," but under the skillful direction
of Dr. Horace Wurdner all its complicated
machinery seems to move along in perfect
harmony, ('apt. Fulton, the jolly oleagin
ous old Cuiroite still bosses thut part of
the machinery that is propelled by steam.
IK aleri in Christmas goods inform us
thut their sales to home customers were
quite as large this year as during any form
er year; but that their sales to outside par
ties were unusually light. But few ship
ments were made in any direction. It was
thought that the September hegira had so
drawn upon the purses of our citizens, that
but little money was left with which to buy
Christinas nick-nacks; but this conclusion
was scarcely authorized. More candies and
confections were sold than at any time be
torc during the fiteen years past.
It was urged upon us yesterday, that
we had unwarrantably used the prefix
'Col." in connection with the name of a
distinguished Missouri gentlemen, here last
Friday evening in response to an invitation
from the Reform club. We plead guilty to
the charge. "We used the prefix knowing
that the gentleman was a Doctor; but he
was a stranger in Cairo, and we didn't want
to let it out on him. If this apology isn't
satisfactory, dissatisfied persons are invit.-d
to call, to look over an assortment, and se
lect one that will be satisfactory.
William Hankins the colored barkeep
er who was shot, Christmas morning, by
the negro desparado Burl Brooks will, if
no unexpected contingency arises, get well.
The ball took effect in the left lobe of the
right lung, and indicted a very dangerous
wound. The wounded man was spitting
up blood yesterday, which is s .id to indi
cate, an ability to kee.i the w.unded part
clean of irritating accumulations, and is
interpreted, therefore, as a g'l sign.
Brooks, who was shot in the upp -r part of
the thi,di. has quit.! a sore leg: but he
doesn't seem to mind it much.
Rev. Dewitt Talinag? ir.t u Is t jc.ii.t
the moral pictures of Boston. Philadelphia.
Chicago and St. Louis, should hisse:i"of
duty and the amount "f nwney off-red.
prove too strong to be resisted. The s
of duty might be scjueleln d down; but the
cents that provide one's ( r- atl'.re e.i:nfol.
have seductive inlhiew-sditlif ult for even a
preacher to resist. When he commence to
stir up the Hastiness of St. Louis, we doj't
care to approach a single step ne lr-.-r tlin
we are at present. If he'd pa-s around and
give Paducah a shake or two, we'd ha: a
One of our Cairo friends having locked
in the midst of the romantic hills overdek
ing Dongola, has been infected by his sur
roundings. At all events there are no hills
in thut neighborhood that are loftier than
the name he lias indicted upon his newest
daughter. Here it is; "Vedi Vassa Dido!"
What think our readers of that name, not
for a broad-shouldered, muscular man; but
for a girl baby? We have thought, hither
to, that one element of our higlihiid
friend's mental composition was mercy;
but, as Stephen lilat kpoole was wont to
say: "We do' no, we do' no," so say we.
since the naming of that baby.
The efforts of eight or ten individuals
to make a horse, attached Id a sleigh, on
Sixth street, yesterday, "get up nnd go
along," were decidedly nniusing. Three of
them had whips, the fourth had a rope
around the aiiiinul's front foot, a fifth was
pulling at the bridle, and three or four
were pushing the sleigh, Despite all these
appliances, the stubborn animal wouldn't
"budge." Finally a Crystal saloon man up
peured on the scene, and reproved the men
for fretting the horse. He patted and pet
ted the worried creature into a stute of
placid Amiability, took hold of the bridle,
and with a "now, boy," started the horse off
about three steps backward, where he
was anchored when wn left him, , From the
determination evinced by the iiniinul, wc
shall not be Nurnrised if he is found in the
same tracks this morning.
--"Come, Johnny, nnd bring the boot
jack, It's bully!" Till admonitory and
suggestive sentence wus yelled out by a very
small hoy on the corner of Twelfth ami Pop
lar, in the exp.-ctatlon that another boy,
about tin- size of a ten-pin, standing beyond
the railroad track, would hear mid hud it.
What use such lads could liuve for a boot
jack was a problem wc were unable to an
swer, until pasdng down Poplar we saw
scores of boys sliding down the street side,
dunlin boxes, barrel slaves, dirt shovels,
lap-hoards ami boot-J-u-ks went all In use as
"sliders," the boys stinting on them all
right, but sliding off when about halfway
down the slope, and finishing tha balance
of the trip on their without any interven
tion at nil. If we had been Asmodetis w e
might hnvo seen at leust a dozen mothers
lust night, re-seating a dozen puirs of boys'
breeches. Y'et the sliding was immensely
funny, in truth, according to juvenile vern
We dropped in last evening, upon tho
Sunday school folks who were putting the
Hetorm hull in order for the Episcopal
sabbath school festival that came off a
couple of hours later. We found Mrs. Dr.
Smith, Dr. Dillon-Lee, Messrs. Candee &
Winter making themselves useful in giving
the preparations their finishing touches. A
magnificent Christmas tree wus bending
under its wealth of toys, confections, etc.,
und when illuminated was uu object of
beauty to the older folks and of especial
interest to the younger ones. The stereop
ticon was being put in order, nnd,
soon uftcrwurds, under the manipula
tions of Prof. Mercer, delighted the
audience, through its power of causing, by
refraction ami reflection, the superposition
or coalescence of tho virtual images of two
dissimilar perspective pictures, so that the
combined virtual images seem to be a solid
body, nnd a perfect counterpart of the ob
ject, The children pronounced the result
ch-iniiing, most instructive and very engag
ing. Carols were sung by the children, nnd
ut a nasonably curly hour everybody left
for htjine, feeling that the evening had bu n
spentjin a profitable manner.
OBI'fl'ARY NOTICE OF F. 31. STOCK
! FI.F.TII, DKcF.ASED.
Mil F. M. Stocktleth, who died of
lys's, in his home in this city Friday af
temo :i last, was born in Flcnsboitrg, a sea
consuiowii in the northern portion of Den
mark in the month of May, 1837, and was,
thcrdore, Hearing his forty-second birthday.
He emigrated to this country some time be
fore Ihe outbreak of the rebellion, and be
ing In tiie South, entered the Southern
armf. He held the rank of first Lieutenant
amliifterwards that of Captain, and was an
actio participant iu three of the most hotly
co: ested battles that were fought prior to
tin summer of 18U2. Testimony is not
wa ting of his coolness nnd bravery in m.i
nie its of danger, nor of the depth und sin
Cer ly of the convictions for which he bat
tle! In the summer or fall of !;:, he ar
rival in Cairo, a stranger among strangers,
amiMithout means. His gc.-itlemuny ad-dn-Aand
industrious habits soon won him
frieti(. however, and in 1 soj-i he tta, mar
ied ti.Mis, Pohie, with whose father he had,
the yeir pr-vious. formed a business connec
tion tic proved immensely protitabl uV
we'd fMr. Pohh; as to himself. At the end
of a lew years his father-in-law retire-1 from
business and, if we. mistake not. returned
t the oil country, leaving Mr. Stoekih th
sole proprietor i f a well established trade in
the whilesale liquor busin .-. With tin
varyinr success Mr. St.itklh-th pursued that
hu-iiiiss in his own name, until about
a v-rtr ago when Judge Bror-s
took ui interest in the house and (hanged
the I'lsiness title to that of StockhVth and
U;-is, and of this tlrni Mr. S. wa.--, ut the
! tin - of his death, a member.
' .Mr. St'H-krl 'tli wa eminently a social
; tinn. and belonged to all the organizations
: ! el": -.vh -re s n-;a! virtu-s Were incut
c.t' ,1, H" w.u one of toe oi iginators ot
tin- 'airo Casino, being its first Secretary.
Fit u I nig period of time, and opto u very
ref- iit p.-riod, h whs an active and valued
imiuhtr of tli .- Turner si iety. lb; was a
member of the Ritigh and K-ady fire com
pany, and a member of the Grand Lodge
an', Encampment of Odd Fellows, for a
Ion? term of years.
About three years ago he was elected
to the oliiee of City Treasurer over one of
the most p-ipular and unexceptionable gen
tleiie n iu the city. He served t'.e city
faithfully, and upon his retirement from
otlice, his oflicial conduct had b'-en so ex
act und upright that not a breath of sus
pieion was heard in uny quarter. In cverv
station he tilled, in ull the relations of Ins
business and social life, Mr. Stocklh-th was
reeogniz'.il us an honest, frank, courteous,
good natureil and warni-heart.-d man. His
fiiinds were as numerous as bis iiequnin-tan.-es,
for he was one of the few men
wh uu to know was to iike. But
he is now removed from the
midst of the people to whom he wus en
deareil by the strongest of social and
j Iriendly ties, and the places and people
that knew him, shall know him no more.
In the meridian of life he was cut down,
arid it but remains now for his friends and
ji ijr stic brothers to put him away to his quiet
and eternal rest, To the ull'ect innate nnd
accomplished widow, who is left without the
stay and blessing of children, to comfort
lid bless her ill her deep afllicttou, the
people of Cairo extend their warmest syiu
putliy. They appreciate the loss she bus
sustained, und tender to her the only con
solation it is in their power to give,
Capi ion. Do not let your druggist palm
oll'a substitute, when you demand Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup or you will be disappointed,
'for no medicine for children equals it in
Fi-ni-.iiai. Notice. Tim members of the
Hibernian lire company are requested to at
tend the funeral of our lately deceased nieiii-h-r,
John Crollon, this iiflirnoon, nt 2
o'oliH-k, from foot of the Eighth street, by
stieelal 1 Mi ill.
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M. ftlCII.M I-., ri'l'Sllietil.
nitr KENT. Two got mi dwellings on
. I lit
Twi'lih street, and one on Walnut street.
M. J. IIowlp.y, Agent.
JHCENIX DKUG STO Il U,
CO It. COXt.MHKCIA 1. AV. AND KK1IITKKNT1 1 1ST.
GEO. K. O'liAHA, Proprietor,
Is auppllcil nllli a full Hock of 1'n-i.h Dretf, Medli-lnca ami Chiinluli. of undoubted purity.
AIho Toll.it Snap, Perfumery, Hrinhcii, etc., and a Full Line of u'.l ! In- popular Patent 1'nmilr
tinea oi the day.
STjipecial Carp ami Attention kIvcii to tlie eimiimiiiillic'iil' physicians' pwcilptlou.-,
NEW YEAR'S CALLS.
AND THE .NAMP.S OK TIIOK WHO WILL "HE
AT HOME" TO CW.LF.ItS NEXT WLDNKs
IUT. Miss Ella Armstrong will receive with
Misses Emma and Mollie Bilcy at the resi
dence of Mrs. Bilcy, Walnut street.
Misses Lu und Ella Walbridgi! will re
ceive with Miss Ella Bobbins, at the resi
dence of her father, It. P. Bobbin, on
Mrs. James will receive with M s. M. P.
Fulton, at No. .'HTenth street.
Miss Annie Riley will receive with Miss
Tenie Woodward, at residence of her father,
Mr. C. R. Woodward.
Mrs. Alvord and Misses Annie und Fan
nie will recvive calls on New Year's day.
"Binnii pass our dwelling, and foig"t tin
Attention Roitui and Bhaiui:. You
are hereby notified to appear in full uniform
at our hall, December UUth, at :.'
o'clock, p. in. sharp, to attend the funeral
of our late, brother, F. M. Stocktleth. By
order of Committee.
The ni'-mbcrs of the Cairo Cisbvi society
are requested to meet nt Casino Hall to
morrow (Similar) afternoon at o'clock,
r. m , to make ariangeinents for the funeral
of F. M. Stockfleth.
By Ohdlh (if the Phlsidlnt.
Cairo, III., Dee. '.'s, jHTs.
Memhehs of tho Social Science and II
dustrial School Association of Cairo are re
quested to attend the regular business meet
ing, at the r -tidence of Mrs. Alvord, on t la
Tenth street, on Monday night, the iMtli
inst., at si o'clock. All friends of the uo
ciatiini arc cordially invit-l to be preen;.
By order of the President.
L. J. RlTTEMIol sK, S -e'v.
That New Yeah Ball.- By a vote of
tin- company, the Rough and Readies have
decided to change the place of holding tln ir
New Year's ball from Sch -el's hull tothe hall
oi'tin-ir own engine house. The hall is one
of the finest and most comfortable in the
city, und will accommodate i.t least 10o
couple. And now we i.sk fir the Boughs ii
rousing benefit. It should not be for,' .'.ten
thatthey "wear the honii"- won them at the
end of a hard contest withae imp, my that de
servedly stands high in public estimation.
They ar: always on h in I where duty call-,
and nev. p fail to do good work, Boy a
ticket then, and give tlr-m encourag. !..-:: i
by y.i.ir pres'-nce. But buy a tiel;-t any
how. Ymi cannot spend your rceiev to
better a lv.uit ige, or bestow it upon a i.i-.r.
s -rving obj ct than tli ; maintenance of a
tir-t-c!ass lire coiniianv, which ev.-rvoour
knows the Bough and R-adies t i li '.
Hats and caps for little boys, Hoods
and sacqui s for little girls, ut
Mi:s. S. Williamson's.
Ed. A. Bi iiP.it will guarantee to furnish
any goods in his line of Jewelry nnd Kl
verwure, at Chicago or St. Louis prices.
' , i,
rwi-AVEits Meetinu. I he iih mtier- ot
the Cairo Taxpayers' association will met
in Sqnii-i! Comings oihee, on Monday cv.-n-
ing, half past 7 o'clock, to receive tin- report
of the Committee of Ten. His highly de
sirable thut the matter in hand should re
ceive the early action of the association.
C. R. Woodward, President.
M. B. Haiihei.l, Secretary.
Don't complete your holiday purchases
until you visit the establishment of Am
brose Pyatt. Jb' hun a gnat many
articles, useful and ornamental, that you
will buy on sight, w hen you learn the aston
ishingly low figures.
My Motto "Quick sales ami small
profits.'' So save your money by calling at
the luiiiberyiird of J. S.,McGaliey. Build
ing material of all kinds, including side
walk und curbing lumber, cedar posts, etc.
Also, five two-horse Moline wagons for sail
Till-: BOSS CLOTH IKIi.
The Boss Clothier in' the city, is
(il Ohio Levee.
This can bo easily proved by going In
him, mid trying bis Clothes, und you w ill
swear he's the Buss,
Beacty and worth uru combined in the
grand "Climax" base-burner stove, Mica
doors, nickel-plated fenders and ornaments.
The handsomest and best heating stove in
the market, and the "Grand Charter Oak"
cooking stove bus not its equal iii any mar
ket. It is complete in all iu departments.
Both for sale by C. W. Henderson, l!)i
Blank Books of every description can
he purchased miicli cheaper than elsewhere,
from Ambros' Pyatt. Stationery and
ulllce fixtures ;"U nly low
Now Is Hid lime, and to-day is the day,
to buy cheat) Frits. Furs at your own
price almost, of Mrs. 8. Williamson.
Baskkts and boquets of natural flowers.
A new invoice received yesterday. ).,.,.
niticient display in Mrs, s. Williamson',.
Bill op Fauk, by the ito.-n, s-li-et. i.,w
III cenl; slewed -JO cents: fried 10 cent.,
ul tin- Crystal oyster house.
' Hvnitv Wai.!;i, ;.
Notm;, The building known as the
Bail Bund Hons" on south eiK corner of
Eighteenth street and Commercial avenue
Is for sale. Jamls Johnson,
Cn-.v Lot. INtn.yed away, hist Sunday,
j a black cow both hind ;',., t w hite, spct in
i left flank, upper half crop off ul' ri-;ht cm-
and .slit in I -ft ear, on h ,rn ut the point,
a little lower than the'. other. A suit . Me
reward will b" paid. L-ave word with
David S, irr. ! ltli miv, t H,-Ar (vda-.
No n.f. .;ty for -nd::ig to ether ( Iti' s
li r Jewelry. Diamonds a;-.d other holiday
goo,!-. Bu ler has an inn.!' n-e stock. :. ml
will furnish tln-m at cistern prices.
Coal! Coal.- F. M. Ward has (,, :. ...,
the bet quality of coal for sale at the mar
ket price. Very low. He will soon l.uv.t
a huge stork of woo I of ail kinds, lie is
well known to every o.ly mid we t. u-t
he will ieeive his full share of pa
Mayor ll"iiry Winter.
Tp a- ip-r- II F. Parser,
t ! II. l'lil.hs.
r.imi.-lor- W m. II. tillb-rt.
Marshal- ('. D Aro r.
Altornev W. 1. Mi l
Polite M:.ei!rul.--J. .'. V.'rO.
Ko.KII or Al.i.a'IKV.
Flr-t Ward too. Ymuni. Win. U'lV'.it.'.p.
St-ioiel W uid -ll oo.l llilt.'mo.le, N.U. Tli e
Thin! W-ir!" T. P. Wright. Johu Weed.
F" ir:n V, it,! !c;r:. ti. I'nlier. II, .1. Fo'-
Til t li H ap;- T. V, . liaiildiy, l li. Lainai'.-.
C!tv-:lt ' a '! IV .'. linker.
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. einit'- . l'-rk - s. -I. llc.iiiia
t ,uty Au..rii.-.W. C. M..:iiv.
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a. in. -md 7 : ; in ; Miiriny ' liiwd 1 . ' p. n..
(l!i:trlAN- Eiiihl.-ei.'h i-i.'.'-t: iae.-:i,i.- s . .
L: "li I". ' p li:, ; pri a. I:ie.' ' '':i-i 'iciiiy.
Mii iKii cf -niK i:i:i.:-.EMi:i:-.i'.r..r , .'i
V.' I'n ,n !, ill Ml.-,-!: Muriiiii.' .r.v. ! iMo i
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l.uni u o. in. I!-'-. M. 1 i eo, p. ... !,l i on.
i,,!!:'-T ?;;s's!(.n.u:y i:a:ti-t ntt ie
1' I'll e :uui .'I 'i a t.i.. . ;.. ::...:! T:-W , i i
s i'.' jtn ,-i i m : ::ri j.. ai. T. J.
I I'TIIEttW " ai" m'i .-v et: '!-vl..- Ml-
!"NA!:Y P.WTIs'l- i'!!l'l;
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i t 1. 1 Hums i i ..r. Ku-l.Ui and .. -ei! - ..
i . pr-a.-n.i.i :. ibaili 1'cvi !.. a,, en. t i ' :
pnc-.T :.. i!i.'. Wi.iii-i.n ;. -I p. :n.: s
j S. :.ii.i. . in. ri v. A . I , .-1" I ,-i .i, ;,.-.,;,
!!EM!Y';K!;tAS-i:Ulitli -'!: prea. iih. .- ...-i
1 .s-ilihiuii at H -.l a. t.j . in: 1 p. i.i.; p. ."i
iiii-i'Oiie W ! Iti.-n '. ,v at ' ; i.i : si.ihI.iv s . --
at -t i. ai. II. . tieoty, p'l.tor.
ECtiNU FREE WILL I! A IT1T - FifV i i
Iri'.'l, li.-tweeu Willi.!-: 111,.; C I'.'.ar Mn '1-. r-lci-s
Sabbat h al .4 and i: '" p. til-
ST. ,t()KI'!I'S -i H.w.ein Cn-.lnil.. i Corner
. and Walnut ;r-'"t : ft v. ss'.liaili Hi e.i
in.; Mm. lar N-ho,il at p. in. ; Ye-p.-i' H p. nt. ; :'
n . s I'lery i'.iiv al s p. i,i.
! teT. l'ATLIi K'S 1,'iiinaii ( -'' olic) Co'ie r N:' i!i
! a,i w.i.ii,,-,i, n,..i.c. ..ri(-H
rl.VvVrV'y :"V;;.,V.;. k'I'v.'f. Zi.''",
CLOTH I Mil
in dead ",rin-t 1 Hediops a tlntndei! .'it
in the way of
lower prices :
A dean sweep Lliale, The public ', . bo
No Irtish oll'ered US a decoy. I 1. e e
space to mention only nf-w artie't-s:
.Men's Grey Overcoats
Chinchilla ( ivi I'l eats,
Ci.ssilnerc Iiu.-ilii s Suits,
Good Ca-s:liiel'e Pants,
ill Ohio Lei'
N'tlTKi: A nw..tl!..-.i' the sMi'li'lol'ler" e!' '
I iiv Ni.lloir.l Lank, for the i-ImiIoii ul u I I
OI- Illreefors. will be lll-'.il 111 ibeohli-i! ul the I- ' ..
on 'I'm -lav. Hie I lib it..v of .I iiiu.ii'v li"i. iC
., clock A v. W IIVsLi'IMile-
so m i:i.i.vi:ii.
For II fuse or the r,.llo'll..! Ills.-ifc-which, ti, r.if
friviil linui'iiT" ot
Dr. Forlus" IWM'Ul PAPS
Will not care wllh Iteitnirk abb- nc
) Chills nnd Fever, Dyspejisia, .-V.
No. 1: ( j. if ,
i Kidlley, Siiilte nnd Bliidd"!' nf
Nn. 2: ' tet'tions. and Neivoits l'res'ra-
tinn. 1'iice, S.'l.
v ,. Female Diseases and Womb Af-
''' ) lections. Prit.'n
,. , i InhVniatioi' of the Lungs, Pmn
'" clllt'S ami Asil.liiu., I'liee, I". ,
The ii'iove rewiirit it'i'-a not npply lnCne a'lemty
In the llri!lrill of I'll l II I HlUtes. dnr Ipt of ri' it
will enil I'nd bv until. Hcwiii I' I in 1 1 m Ion., ntiio
l, liul.nl Ihe Fi'ilbea. Send lor circular l'
DR. II. w . r OIILi. s.
174 Kim St., Clncltiiintl. t'hlo, nnd lenrti pnriii"! ins
linpei'lnlll In ni'iilliU,