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TIIK DAILY CAIRO 1HILI.KTINY TUKSDA V MOKMMI, IlKCEMHKIl 31. ISTS,
Vat irr .VI jTr SKI.1 Ell S MVKU I'IM.H li.ivn
Uui i In i..nil::nl ii iix'ily Inr Liver t'uioiiliiint,
urjlvi in , Mi k l! mlmi.e, 1 .ilu in Mioiildir. or
liuik, lil.gli.e, r.i.ii. il Tntii.Mii-. K'Vi'r and Acue,
ml nil (llxiBM a hi irin limn 11 il"iinij;i i mile nl lint
l inriirStniiin.il, Tlmiinm Admim. of 111 Sandy.
hv., won: ' Seller'. 1'iiU liBvt- iueil hundred of
dollars In do. lor- lull- In tlili country. l(. I..
i Ticm A t ii., I'leJTieloNi, I'Uuliur;!, I'a. Iiuo'luy
ln , A'.vuti.. I'ulto.
MIE CHEAT RLoOl) TONIC
lr'iir tin cure i.f nil iliseuren orlhln from lmM,r"
liUioii. iiimI li.r inUinHilni; mill nn nmh. nlni; the
ttulornuim. Are sou weak, iiiTMiu, dehilltated,
i-alr met inmiiili'il . lime you loM your appetlter
IUnw juii iiiiiin ii . .iiin in tin! back. Ac? If no, Dr.
I.liiit v l!l,ul Neurvin'r Hill drive mil th' iIIuvkhl'
nil lirii'C liiwk ihi' hlmim of IIi'bIUi. I'lmple.,
1'iilln, l"ryiiela, Teller. Suit Klieum. .tc, urn but
mrlao' iKiiimlliiii" of IIIhihI IM-i'nxi-: inn) Dr. Mud-
n-v . III I i iir.-l.T. liy purifying Hti'iu otifl-
rii the rkiu miii ln-Hiititli' Hi'' ciiiiipli'xlnu. Sold
I't iJI ilruv? -l-i. vl ei o. rhutlle. 11. K. Seller,
l'r.nirii l.,1, I'iilnlnii i- Hun-lay llro., Ayi-nla
SKLLElt'S COl (.ill !? Ul V.
wr l.nnl.u'i li'ittl"" mid. Ii I tin' nm't iliannt
ii nd popular r rnciU fur l ninilis. ulit-. Crimp,
Hiiar-nem mid ail iliriMl mid luu dlm-wiist. IIiix
Wci in qui- fur teiif a. eeiniiry. Donur recommend
and jn"rl!ir !t. .1. K Vuniniiii. l.in),' P.O., III.,
up: "it c.imiI mv twM-lillilriii Irum tin' itrm.""
A' I,. MmiMiiiK, of llu'.'.liniirc-, Md.. also .'iyn: "It
will cure tiie worm rnuli Immediately." Ask your
lirtifyirt or cein ml Men keeper lor it uud til" uo
tier. I'ri' . .. 'iV.. V'.. iinrt f !. per linltli'. Send
lor cireiilnr. Ii E. seller V I n I'ruprli'turH,
mtlfl.i rt. I'll. Hun-lav I'.rnn.. Auiiiic, l airo.
I'UOKKSSION Vt, CAIMIS.-l'iiYSH'IAN".
W H. M Alt MAX, M. 1.,
Hi)m('o.t(liif riiysi; itiu and Sarcon.
vmt.i 111 t.'iiDiiiH'rt'l.'tl iv.-iiiv. Ki'nldvnrv enrtiiT
Knurl oiiili si. i.inl Vin.iiui,'tiiQ hvruut', Culm.
A V It. SMITH 51.1).
DlUcc Hml lii'slilmro :
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Kititli Miid Nintli SiriM-u
1 K. W. C. JOC'ELVX.
IK. W. C. JOCELVN,
I ) : X T 1ST.
ilKKICK i:i','hlU Strwt. iK'nrCunitnertltl Ari'imo.
iM'i l',-(llilo U'vi-k. b.'t. J'unrlli mid SiMlt
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THE DAILY BULLETIN:
HKKRIAI, I'M IMt 1)1" AI.KXANDKK COUNTY.
Only Mnniinir Daily in Southern Illinois.
We ure uiitliori?.eil to Hiinoiinc' Ua' niimn of At.
ruKii Cnsisiin iin h cnii'lidutu lor City Trettun r ul
be eimu.n' city i leciloii.
VV ire tihorl.Hit to hiiiiouiici' tlm liamo of Wai.
thkL. ItliicTiil. h a cnnUldulu !or the orMn! of City
Trttunurer. lit the vvniui! clmrU-r el. vtiun.
NinilK.-TO H IIilU IT MA V OOMrKHN, Tho CBlro
Iliillellii Cii., will pny no hillii contracted hj nay of
itHraiployei, or uny oiip comiect'):! wltli Tns Hut
i.KTiK, uute-i tlio mine I mad,! on a wrltton order
difiH-d by inii-e'r, nnd tho ordur niu.il lie tttlached to
lilt llill when pren'Iited.
K A. Huiiktt,
Siijvai (irrem. I
Cairo, III,, l)c. atl, ISTS. i
1 1 it in W i iidr'VcTTWou I lier,
Time. Ibir. Thor
S:4Kn in Si). II
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Miixiiiiuiii Teiiiicr',luru. :v,o; Miiiiiuuin I'ein
pvruiurv. : niuoiiiit ul melted biiou, 0.15 Inch.
W. II. KAY.
Sera'l SlKiial Coaw, U. 8. A.
Twenty-eight boats were at the levee,
The capacity of our railroads, as
freight carriers, seem taxed to their utmost.
l'repare a draft of your new resolu
tions, lis 'o them ready for adoption to
morrow;' -fix Mayor Wi!s.-.n is tlm father of a
new b i'iy. He recognizes his friends, how-
cv.t, as usual.
Mr. M. W. Matthews returned home
from Kansas, yestertlay iiiorning, whither he
had been on u bhort viit,
Mrs. It. W. Dugaii, of Sr. Lmis, is in
the city, and will receiva to-morrow, with
her sist.-r, Mrs. Charles Oaiigher.
Mr. Clark will bring a drove a cattle
irum Misvitiii I. -il.-iy, aerof-s the natural
bridg? priVided by th cold weather.
Our Rap'.isl p.'oj le will give a sociable
in Turner Hall, this evening, und extend an
invitutiou in tin.' ; uolic to tome and see
Atl'ast a half hundr-d slialerj w re
o:i the .slaughter lion,:! pond, l.int nigh!.
8 iUV! of tie- iinr.: vi::i!u,Miiiue, veiiUirntl on
The parfiits and friends of the RaptiM
tJui;b.tt!i Sehoul are .'.oid'ally invited to at-
tnt tin Ciirium is Ie,!iv.il at Turner's Hal!
I this evetiini;.
It is not often, ,u is tlm cue at this
i .time, that cut renm poverty enforeus the con
jiuuipiion of i oik, as the leading article of
diet. With puifc at three cent j ier is. und,
, it is the chei.) bt food on tlie market.
fo A ,u ,.v' 1,1 -? Hi in. Twin., made $1,000
.'J' n :u-etni(.'i,t of $100. AIk
'.Tl' Kt lit. I I , in 1".. IIOU'..ll -
. irL- ii-..i-i, ln,i l.-..I..M
"- '"m. t-umi mr tiia.r
iiaiiitjul r.'l ort. You uuy be equally as '
Johnny Cr.,w:cy, of St, Johns is in in.
y,i lining inn ii imirys. 11:' lias !. -
Jl 1 it - ft . ii t . .
uiung ji.ui'.' tu uaiuuj s Ul. ,'olilW tore i
mi cwtablishnient Ihut docs ii larger busi
ness, perhaps, tlnm uny other vui'u ty More
in Perry county.
-Mr. Tiiylor.llntlioml inllli.rof tlm C;i!ro i"'V' "''"i "t l!lls, ivkn
City Mills, was lyin-j mi low, yrsli-nliiy af- ol' X Voik court, in a caw involving
tcruoon, Hint it was thought iiupoHilIi! tliat ! I'ri'cir'ly that ijiu liin.
lu'could Mirvivn tin) niylit. Hi! has many j -A imin un.l u boy were ivturiwiiK to
IVicndh in Culm, w!io will ma ivo tills in- : K.'iilucky in a .kill, l:iit Satunlay, und had
U'lli'ii(:e with frdiiitfs of dupp ri'rcl. j readied a point hvo-lliird cf the y acmhs
Wc underiitanil that our county Mier- tJit- river, wlieu their iikiireiip;-i."d and pre
indent of Huhools, JIw, V. A. Taylor, lias J cipitated both of them into the wal'-r. After
been compelled to Kiirrender I'haro of her ' Mrimliiix awhile, the boy Mic'ci'ded in
department of tlm Cairo public, school, be
causi? of official and other duties that de
mand her attention. Miss Nannie. McKec,
Mihs Thompson's assistant, (Ills the vucancy,
We've suspected it for sometime, and
it turns out that our suspicions were, "right."
Ju our ambiguous notico ol lliu ulhiir, some
I iin it-,. !,. it... I ii m,.i...i.:i:i..
tllly Jlllllllllli;i4 llli; Jll lllfllllllll l'
such a thing us one of the distinguishing
cventsof the lmlidays. Tlm possibility that
we had been "liuui-bued'' fHaiurrcd to us,
and, therefore), our caution.
A young limn to whom wc are indebted
for an occasional batch of items, very mi i
bibly admonishes the. young men of Cairo
that, "Now's tile time, to quit chewing to-
li'ifpn unit I i ullliprilkit fi ii- 'I'm. 1!i-i I l--iv
'" ' .'
Ilm deprivation in the one case provides
means for paying for tlm gratification in the
The Ohio being filled from bank to
ouuK wiin Kiow-nioving ice, ychieniuy eve-
nil)', the cwld weather of (lie nio-lil ilnulit-
less blocked up the utrcam entirely, ltluw
withstood a vast deal of cold weather al
ready, but we are greatly mistaken if last
nii'ht'scold did not operate u.s tlm "cloninrr
It wu.s not altogether niodet in tlie Hc-
publicans of I'ulaski county to set up
claim to the Furns mic.ccs.sion. The 5 1st
district is coiitismcd of five counties. Ol
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iiiu iiiii;i; ii;iii.-'-iiiriLiuD iii;it.ui iw lull uin-
trict, Pulaski Republicans propose to take
two, leaving one to the remaining four
There were sleighs, sleds and drags of
every shapa and kind abroad on Sunday.
Kverybudy who had a horse and set of har
nes under his control, improvised some
kindol sleigh, and was out with his liiiiuly
Au tii.int' nnrluinlv a Ii iiinlt.,,1 f.im!lw.3
were abroad; but we heard of no accidents
more serious than an occasional break
A real summer bird, full and ''slopping
over" of summer songs, makes its head
quarters in tin; neighborhood of the
Christian church, on Kighteenlli street. He
U a most cheerful and persistent singer.
and bceins so out of place in his surround
ings of ice and snow, that we can't resist
the impulse to make a local item out of
-The scarcity and pour quality of Txik
IjUM.ktih'8 original matter to-day, both
local and editorial, arc due to the indispo
sition of the editor. Conducting both de
partments tit the paper hunting up the
facts and writing from five to eight columns
of matter daily, have over-taxed his capacity
of endurance somewhat. Rut he'll soon get
used to it.
A lot of cattle were crossed from Mis
souri, yesterday on the ice. Men on horse
back and in buggies and wagons also passed
without mishap. We don't know how
thick the ice is; but before we'd use it as a
bridge, we'd have to know that it was fro
zen solid, to the bottom. Somebody, in his
elfort to save ferriage, will make a fatal
venturo before long. The necessity for
caution can bo impressed upon some people
in no other manner.
Thero are two strange boys in the eitj,
who are manifestly trying their fortunes
abroad, and experiencing rather a rough
time of it. They beg their food, are illy
clad, und apparently very much down
hearted. They came to Cairo from Vineeu
nes, and express a purpose to go to Mem
phis. They are the youngest brace of
tramps we have yet seen upon the road;
and it might prove an net of kindness to
them to ship them buck to their starting
The Ridfrcy children who were rentier
"d homeless by tho tire of last Friday, huvo
found a home in the family of Mr. Charley
(i iver, who Ls in some manner related to
Mr. Ralftvy. The fates have dealt harshly
wiih Mr. I!., especially during the four
iii':iths past. The epidemic niado a heavy
reipii.iition upon hit family, and fire des
troyed th.) roof that sheltered tho balance.
May we not suggest that thofc fatalities
cp.'ti the way to those who have enough and
to spnre, to dispose of a portion of their
plenty in a nioxt commend. ible manner.
An up town family, consisting of threo
or four females, hud and held their second
bi'ini-wei k!y family scrimmage, Sunday
night. They caused a terrific hubbuboo;
but nt-id'i from some vigorous hair-pulling,
vicious dress-tearing nnd unsisterly lace
scratching, they iuilictcd but little damage
upon one another. The family manage to
live nt peace wi:h all the out.-iide world ; but
there s.M'ined to be a geneml understanding
that the truce should include m member of
the family. There are iust enough of them
to g"t up a well-balanced fight, and t ex-
c-it even one ol them would dvrny the
' ';'.i-ii:ty ' ," i . i, etc
i ;.r iiM w;.o oiaK, t
bunks, in the mini'
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.i;s in s'.t myn
Ii-.; 'it-. ),
i lsi i eoiitrul
f ;,,( rjcp..6.( l.,.k. In ca , of family dis
Keiitlons, tho noftussltl.l of tile bdjk is hill
ly important, us the book in the ponessiou
of Ilm jiarty in win we name the munt-y was
deposited, is evidence of his rilit to draw
scraiiibling upon a cake of ice, upon which
he remained until he reached a (mint ipio
.site Fillmoie, when a skitV was stut to his
relief and brought him ashore. The man,
after struggling a minute or Ho, went
down and was seen no more, 'the till'air
was witnessed by a number of pirsoin im
the Kentucky shore, all of whom 'were un
able to extend aid. The names of the par
ties we could not ascertain. !
Haekert, who was drowned jfrom the
Cairo and Yineenncs wharf-boat a few
days since, was a white man, and iot a col
ored man, us stated the day following. He
ami other laborers were cnirau'ed inoviii" a
lot of keg beer, and either Ironi the beer
that had oozed through the kegs and fWcn
or from the bursting of a keg, the men ob
tained a supply of beer ice. Of this it is
said that Mr. Ilat k"it partook quite freely,
growing merrier the while; but it was not
thought that he was inluxieated. It was
while engaged rolling this beer, however,
that he fell into the water. The current
being strong mid the ice miming heavily he
speedily passed beyond the reach of help
and was drowned.
The itinerant old street brawler, who
seems impressed with the idea that he if
specially commissioned to convert tht
world to a new faith, became mi intolerable,
on Sunday lust, that the chief of police fell
constrained to "take him in." He had
taken up a position on the street, and, im
agining thut fiends, and enemies of his
faith were tearing the fic-sh from his bonen,
and maltreating him oiln rw .sc, he anath
ematized them with a strength of voice and
ferocity of gesture that rendered him en
tirely too conspicuous, to hay nothing of the
effect upon the peace and quiet of tie
neighborhood. The man is inanifisfly
crack-brained; anil should be added to the
marshal's herd of olephantrt. In no other
way is the city likely to rid itself of bis
Rarclay Urn's. Washington avenue drug
store was entered by a burglar Sunday
night, or before daylight yesterday morning.
The clnuige left in the till, and a few porta
ble articles of value were appropriated by
the rascal, and a quantity of cigars were
placed in position lor removal. At this
juncture, it is supposed, something occurred
that frightened the fellow away. Tlm val
ue of the property taken has not b.;en made
known; but that is immaterial. The gist
of the offence lies in the breaking into
the building, The police have the cass in
hand, and it is to be hoped they will work
it to a successful issue. The capture of
this culprit, following ho closely od the
nabbing of the Furnhaker burglar, would
have a good effect. It would serve to warn
other burglariously inclined rascals that
Cairo is not a safe place in which to ply
We find the MSS. of the following para
graph, discriptive of a sleigh ride to Mound
City, in our copy box, and, in the hopj that
it will please the parties interested, give it
A trio of our Cairo folks, composed of one
male and two females, took a sleigh rKIc to
Mound City, on Sunday last, thinking to
have some pleasure and a great deal of fun,
and so it "panned out." Arriving ill Mound
City they drew up in front of a riiIdoii, got
out, went in, and while they wert citing
oysters and drinking wine, etc., some of the
Mound City gentry loosened und drew some
bolts nearly out of the sleigh, just leaving
them so that thev knew the sleigh would
not travel far nor over any sidling ground
without there being u beautiful laysiut.
This done, they placed themselves at u afe
distance to watch lor coining events. In
due time our trio emerged from the sahon,
mounted their sleigh and started for Cairo,
but when they had gone about a square,
there was a sudden descent, a rotting in the
snow, etc. The parties picked themselves
up, went and procured soine new bolts, fix
ed their sleigh, and returned home to Cairo
after dark, freely confessing that they were
the victims ot a cruel joke. XXX.
The funeral procession that followed
Mr. Stoekflcth'B remains to tho cars, yester
day afternoon, wus one of the largest ever
seen on a similar occasion, in the city. It
embraced the Odd Fellows, Rough and
Ready fire company, tho Casino society, of
which organizations deceased had been a
member, and a large number of
citizens, both ladies and gentlemen.
Headed by n brass band dis
coursing a funeral march, the procession
moved to the cars a solemn and impressive
sight to all who beheld it. The crowd at
the grave, to witness the Odd Fellows' buri
al rit.es, was also large. Indeed, from the
time he was taken sick, until the last sad
riles of sepulture were conipletid) the re
spect and attention given to him showed
that he occupied a conspicuous place in the
hem ts of our people. He was a man who
could be seen daily in ivery part of the
'ty; and always jjvial anil good nutiired,
tlie people will miss him, as they would
mins few othir.s in the city. His. death,
'though for days anticipated, was( a shock
to his friends; and so intimately wus he
connected with a largo portion of the com
munity by t internal u well us fn.'.nlly and
social ties, that the changes of years will
only dim, not obliterate, the memory of him.
1 J.i n Miiiiu has been, during the ten
days paM, the lion of the Chicago bar. Ib
is one of the uttnrnejM for ihedeli nee in the
notorious St, IVtru-Clark murder case; and
put into his defence lt the patlnw, tact and
tongueineis in- couhl master. His closing
speech, n seven hours' effort, was the "ten
Mike" of Dan's legal life. While he is
manifestly not a favorite with Chicago
newspaper men, they felt constrained to
coi'fess that his speech w us remarkable for
its pathos. Throwing all the soul he pos
sessed into his deep, sonorous, nusul toned
voice, he brought tears to the eyes, even of
the jurors, who were selected in a measure,
because of their supposed ability to resiht
the effects of that kind of oratory, During
the progress of the trial, the prosecution
sent all the way to Dupage county for the
murdered man's heart, ribs ami sternum.
The sternum had not been taken out
entire, but enough of it was secured,
it was thought, t' disprove Muiin's theory
that the man had been nlmt in the breast.
Here was a triumph for' the prosecution.
The testimony closed, the s-peeches were
commenced. To the surprise of everybody
and the consternation of the prosecution,
Menu ".sailed into'' the attorneys prosecut,
ing, and the physician who txhiiined the
body, as a gang of mm who had entered
into a dark and damnable eonshir.icv
against the lives of his clients. They had
brought into court that portion of the
sternum that w as perfect, purposely leaving
the pel (orated portion in the festering body
of the murdered man ! It was useless for
the prosecution to insist that they had
done no such thing; the case wus closed,
and they could get no testimony to support
their denial before the jury. Jlut above all
these protestations arose Mnnn's demand to
know why the whole and not a part, only,
of the dead man's sternum was not in court,'
The prosecution was completely "floored,"
Munn stock rose accordingly, and he cleared
A number of Cairo young folks re
turned from Missouri, yesterday, the hap
pist set, even from the memory of their ex
perience, we have seen during the holidays.
On Friday evening last, the eleg..ntly fur
nished parlors of Stephen liird's spacious
and well appointed home, were filled by a
group ol young folks, who, under the l-ml
of Mr. und Mrs. 15ird. were bent upon a
season of rational eiiioyment. Atnoii!r
oth"is present were the following: Mi-s
Annie Dunn, Mks Mamie Taylor, Mis
MoiiieOlark, Miss IJedl'ord. Miss Rirdie Al
mond, Miss Cockrell, Mi-s Pup -nia Moshay.
Miss Annie Hunter, sister of Mrs. Stephen
Rird, Miss Annie Hunter, sister of Mrs. A.
.1. Rird, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rird, Mr. and
Mrs. Thompson Rird, Miss Alice I.sue, Mis.s
Rodney. Mrs. Win. Stratton. Mr. Robert
Danforth, Mr. Louis ('. Sehuekers, Mr. Kd
ward Deihl, Mr. J S. Russell, Mr. William
Hunter, Messrs. Wiil and Ld l'ink, Mr.
Kugene Kllis, Waller Jack.-oii, Mr.
Rodney and .Mr. Hisey. About T,
o'clock a most eleg:intlv spread.
bniinlil'iil and toothsome supper
was immui'iccil, and the iminnir in which it
was lii-ci'ssr-il g;u,. c i'miicing proof of a
keen reli-h. l"r in this time forth, uniil
twelve o'clock, the programme was to lay
aside the .-tiff restraints of metropolitan so
ciety, and ( nter, heart and soul, into the en
joyment of the quadrille, the Virginia reel,
and round dunces. At midnight another
repast was spread, not a whit less tempting
or abundant than that of the early evening,
and appetites quite as keen, were invited to
the work of demolition. How, from that
time forth until early morning, the dance
was kept up; how the party amused itself
until after the next day's mid-day meal;
how all of tin-in then sought the "balmy
restorer," only to awake to a pressing invi
tation to join in a dance that evening at the
home of Mr. Thompson Rird how all
this happeded, must be passed over
with a mere mention. Until the
clock tolled ol!' the hour of 12, the dance
at Mr. Thompson Rird's went on, and mer
riment was unrestrained. The praise of
the cordiality, of the real, southern hospi
tality, and unstudied courtesy and kindness
of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen and Mr, and Mrs.
Thompson Rird, is on the lips of every one
of the participants. They are, one and all
of them, delighted with their experience,
and declare, with an enthusiasm no to be
mistaken, that the interval between jFriday
noon and Monday morning, wia thehappi
est ot their lives; and listening to tlfe rluip-
nodical declamation of , one or twd of the
party whom wo noppeneu to meeti we are
not inclined to question their sincerity,
Lihk is but short, nnd wo should
we can to prolong it. Check a cA
cold at once by using an old ami reliable
remeby such iih Dr. Hull s Cough rwrup
I'rice 25 cents.
Rn.t, oi' Fakk, by tlm wizen, select, raw
ii;."! cents; slowed 10 cents; fried 40 cents,
it the Crvst.il oyster house,
H utllY WAMiKft,
Cow LohI'. Lsirayed away, lust Sunday,
i black cow- both hind feet white, spot in
hfi flunk, upper half crop oil' of right ear
old slit in I, .ft ear, oii'i horn at the point,
nlittie lower than the other. A suitable
Itrvard will be paid, L"ave word widi
' David ,S.:orr, 11 th street ip.'iir Cellar.
En. A. Ri.Di'.it will guarantee to furnish
any goods in his line of Jewelry and Sil
vorwarc, ut Chicago or St. Louis prices.
j) J I (EN I X D RUG STO I IK,
co i j. com m i :uoiAr. a v. an i kio j n i ;j:ntji ST
E0. M01IAIIA, Proprieior,
Is nuppKed -mil u liiit stni k of I're-h Dru, Medtdne. cm! Cliemlculii of ni.doaliUd purity,
c In r'i o" iTri lui,v.S"111"'' 1Vrr"""'rjl l,ru'1""' " l-ll"' of nil ll.r pojmlM I'Mti tU Kunlly Mi'll
Jt- Kieclal In re anil Atlc ntinii irlwn In the i'oiiiioiiiiiliiii; of i!:yseti!iis,'prsfrlptl(iiis.
m:w vkak's calls.
AXDTI1K .N MI oK Tlinsi: Willi WJ1.I,
AT IIO.MK" TO CAI.l.KIIS M1XT
Mi.. I'll-, !!,,. ll-,.l, .. III
Misses Kin.nii and Mollie Rilev at the resi-
donee of Mrs! Riley, Walnut it roc t.
Misses Lu and LI la Walbridge wiil re
ceive with Miss F.lla Robbins, at the resi
dent e ot her lather, R. I'. Robbii.H. oi)
H'lt.t 1 Ll.iil I
in ., i .
Mrs. Alvord and Misses Annie and Fan
nie will receive calls on Xcw Year's day.
"Diiuia pass our dwelling, i.nd fm get the
Mrs. Judge (ireen, assisted by Mrs. ('. W.
Henderson and Miss McKen.ie, st residence
of Hon. Win. H. (ireen.
Mrs. M, 1. Fulton, assisted by .Mrs. lilt
James and Mrs. K. A. Rurnett, will receive
at residence of Mr. M. I. Fu'ton, .No. ill
Miss Srah Rlack, Miss Lou Vincent
and Miss Lena Ray, will receive Xcw Year's
cullers at the residence of Mr. J. F. Ray, on
Ninth street, between Walnut and Cedar
Miss Fannie Ran lay, with Mis.. Hatlie
McK"c. May lliunian, Miisa (ireen and
Fraukie Rexford, wili receive at residence
of Mr. I1. W. lian lay, on Seventh s!rvt.
Mi-s F. Jeniielte S'lnitter, u-sisto'l by
.Mi-s L"w I'mscr, Miss M.iy Cassidy and
Miss Im R.isey, will receive at resilience of
Mr. Win. H. Sehutt-r.
Miss X.inn'c Olmsted and Miss Cynthia
Dean will be pleased to "c their friends on
Xcw Year a! the residence of Mr. (ieorge
Sirs. Al. L-wis. Mrs. K. C. I'.i -e, Mr. S.
D. Ayer-, at resilience of Mr. Thomas Lewis.
His. ('has. (ia'.ligher, assisted by Mrs.
Captain Dugan, at residence of Mr. Ch.is.
Mrs. Cinlinian, Miss Mamie Sprnat nnd
Miss Ada L"ster, at residence of Mr. John
Sprout, Washington avenue, comer Siiih
Miis" Fannie Hinkle, Anna Riley, Lil
lian 1'hillipe, F.llic Coleman, Lou Christiuai:,
Teiinie Woodward and Mrs. Royse will re
ceive with Mrs. O. R. Woodward.
Mrs. II. L"ighlon, assisted by her sis;e.
Mrs. Wilson, of Chicago, and Mrs. Avers,
of Villa Ridge, will receive at her residence,
Xo. 5i) Ninth street.
Mrs. Ooss and Mrs. SIoo will r eive with
Mrs. S. 1'. Wheeler, nt Nu. Il Walnut
Mrs. L S. Dewey, u-sist M, by Miss S. X.
French, will receive at ihf'resid men of I'.
S. Dewey. Si.MeentUstreet, Let won Cular
at the Crystal ovster
.vi iicccssuv idi M-uuing co oilier cities
v.. ? - . .i- .
for Jewelry, Diamonds and other holiday
goods. Ruder has an immense slock, and
will furnish tlcrn at eastern prices.
Don't complete your holiday purchases
until vou visit the establishment of Am
brose I'yatt. He has a great many
articles, usepii and ornamental, that you
will buy on sight, when you Icaru the aston
ishingly low figures.
My Motto "tjinek sales and small
profits." S.i save your money by calling at
the lumberyiird of J. S. MefJahcy. JJuild
nig material in an Kimis, including side
walk and curbing lumber, cedar posts, cte.
Also, five two-horse Moline wagons for sale
TIIK ROSS CLOTHIKR.
The Ross Clothier in the city, is
(il Ohio Levkk.
Tiiis can be easily proved by going to
him, and trying his Clothes, and you wiil
swear he's the Ross.
Rkacty and wohti! are combined in the
grand "Climax" base-burner stove. Mica
doors, nickel-plated fenders and ornaments.
The handsomest and bust healing stove in
the market, and the "(irand Charter Oak''
cooking stove Inn not its equal in any mar
ket. It is complete in all its departments.
Roth for sale by C. W. Henderson, 194
Impoktant to those wishing to save mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots mid
shoes. We have on hand and are still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men's
boots and shoes, all styles und sizes, of tlm
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hand made
goods, which wo sell lower than ever bu-
fore, and lower than like goods can he ob
tained anywhere in tho fit v. Wo also
have a good lino of ladies shoes of the host
niaiiiifiicliire, from a fine kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all si.es, s.i'.d
very close. Woespeeially call the attention
of ladies (wishing to make their bus' amis
holiday presents) t our fancy silk-worked,
hiind-sewed men's slippers, just received.
Very nice for holiday pr'serita. .".old
very cheap, at C. Kocn,
No, HO .('oininnciiil avenu ;, between
Fifth and Sixth strict.
uni t: NT0UK.
If KSOLLTIO.NS OF IIKSI'KCT.
Caiiio, Ills., December :!0, 1878.
xr wi:I)M:h- At a meeting of the Cairo Kiu-rwiipuicv'
riccivewith''1:.?' ' '".
! IHT8' "'" rl,,,vln ''"'"'"'''''
Tt,i"hlU'mi P'I '
- ! . horeas, The anel of death shaw.-
- "7 , , ' ' 1 ,me """st "HV
our beloved brothers in the fu new nf A I
I usefulness and Avorth. to grace the hHirr
' ,1,1.1 11ltl,lf ., 'I'...,. ..II . t. . '.
, u, iiiiiii. i i. ti it-Hi, ,ji mi iriii, l-lLli-iurehM
And wiiereas. Hie advancement, by i.
vine interposition, has left a vaeum in or
Tent. It b'toiues our last sad duty to recon
a worldly tribute to worth r.nd esteem witi
winch we regarded our lumenl ;d brother
ratrmrcli, Frederick M. Stockfleth. and
mingle our tears with his bereaved widow
,i,l ..)) :.: , . ... , 1
;" i.-iiizciix. jie II Ulerelore
Resolved. That during tho life of JVri
arch Frederick M. Htm-kfleth, this I'.ncanip
inent had a sLiuneh defend r of its priuci
!es and an honet and uoii-ht ineulc.iUv
ot its dootrini s. That w; ulwi:;.s found l:'r
first in cliHiity and sympi.tiietio with ...
fiiline. s of h,j;iri with his distn Med felio
man, meeting their wa!iti promptly with
his purse and his voice. That he wus .p
right nnd of tho utricles! im A
mt -tj sty in
cnminercial nll'.iirs, a (
loving and kind husband.
Resolved, That in this hour of mid Imtcuv
merit, while we can only how in hui:.')l
sulmiission, yet we run not forget the ir
parable loss of our Encampment,' and .
therefore. vk to mingle our tearc with tho-"
of his widow and his fellow man. in w ?:'-' '
bosom hir- liiemory will ever dwell,
Resolved. That the Patriarchs wear the
usual badge of mourning, and that the hall
of this Encampment be properly draped
during the next thirty days.
Resolved, That the scribe be instructed
to spread the same at large upon the reco-ds
of this Encampment, and to furnish to .ie
b-resved willow, and to the city papers, f.;r
publication, each a copy thereof.
John H. Roiii.vs.on,
Harmon II. Ri.ack.
Ki). A. Rt Di.it has the largest stock r-f
Diamonds. Watches, C'hK'ks, Silverware xvl
Musical Instrument ever brought to Ca.ro.
Com,! Coai.. F. M. Ward has on h.ud
the U;st quality of coal for s-ile at the mar
ket price. Very low. lb; Mill soon have
a large stock of v,'(k1 of nil kinds. He
well known to rvry bisly aid w- tr-,.j4
he will receive his full share of
TiiatXi.w Yi:ar Rau.. Ry a v,)! u
the company, the Rough and Rendu hs .e
decided to change the place of holding their
Xcw Year's ball from S-heel'shall to thecal!
of their own engine house. The hall i? w
of the finest and most comfortable it 'Ji
city, and will accommodate at least n
j cmiple. And now we ask for the Roughs a
rousing Im'ih f.t. It should not be forg.'.ti'r
inaiuicy -wear tl.e horns -won them a.
cud of a hard contest witliacompanytlr.it de
servedly st inds high in public estimation.
They are always on hand wher.e duty tails,
and never fail to do good work. RLy
ticket then, and give them encouragement
by your presence. Rut buy a ticket any
how. You cannot spend your money to
better advantage, or bestow it upon a more
deserving object than the maintenance of a
first-class fire company, which everybody
knows the Rough and Readies to be.
in dead earnest! He drops a thunderbolt
in the way of
A clean sweep made. The public to !
No trash offered aa a decoy. I
fpaca to mention only a few urticict:
Men's Orey Overcoats
Casvdmoro Rusincss Suits,
(Jood Cafsimere Punts,
Gl Ohio Levee.
eTi'CKlIOMiKK'S I! CUT I.N 17.
V OTICK.-A nic tlnr of tlie MorHioldern of tie
li C '.tv Ni.tloMil Hunk. forllieelKi lliiniif . lirau.t
or Diri-ciom. will lie held In the olllte of tlm buis,
on TuiwIk, die l lth Cay ef .onemrv neit, i.l w
o'clock . m. V HVrii.ui'. t nshUir.
Pur a Cose of tlin f illoivini; Dlwuncs whieh iho dlf
leruut uti Hilars ol
Dr. Forbes' HEALTH PADS
Will not euro with TtamtirkuMu Kit cen.
I ii i y .. im is.
v i , j cuius nnu rever, liyspepsin, etc.
0, 1 j Price, (3.
I Kidney, Spine nnd Uladder af
N'o. 1! : lections, and Nervous lWm-
( tion. Puce, $,').
Vrt ), Female Disease ami Womb Af
0, ' '( fec.tioi.'V Price 3.
y i , ) Inflatnalion of the I-tuigs, R.tm
' ' chilis nnd Asthma. Price, f,.
The tiliinc n'w iin! does not nnrlv to Ci.nn uln
In tlm mrelr.'il or fatal fill' ' . On re l of nvv
vlll sen I 1'iul by mull. Hi'wurii of Imllnliouii, 1-iAO
Ilium but tLu Kiirhiw, t'cuil lor clreiilur tn
Hit. II. W, r'OKIIM,
Ki KImi St,. CIikIiiMiiI. Clilu, a id Irani tiuilli'iilaro
l.np .iuiIiI to .uvuiidn.