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T1IK DAILY CAIRO ltULLKTIX: SUN DA V MOILMNU, .TAXUAllY 12. 1S70.
vvrivMr.M:i.i.i:iH i.iu.u mi ,
Uriiibc Mandi-rd r. iii.-.'v lor l.ocr Coiiip.H.iil.
fiHloiir. Mrk Headache I'alu III hhouliltTw or
liurk. )r.rnn: l d Tongue. 1'cvir Bid Amu.,
ud ill (ll.' arliiiij Horn a dcraimcd talc l '
LWrrurMoiinch. Tlmmaa Adam, nl Ui! Nintly.
fcv.,.a: Siller" I'lIU have -aved liuiidicdi. ol
to)lHr in ilm him' liilln ill thl country. K. h.
Sell. r .1 I o.. rioptieior, 1'illnirs, I'u. Ino'ciay
linw... Ai!''!"". rnliu-
fjMlE GREAT BLOOD TONIC
Kr the cure af all dir-ac irl-lnB from Unpiin
ktool, and fur itivltoiatin and ..iren-thcuini: die
vital or'aiia. An-vuii weak, urrvoua. debilitated.
).!- i cmuclalidr Hmio you loci your iippi-illc?
)U vim iiauH'l, puin III Hi" back. v '',' )M
iJnitw'Ta Hlood Searcher will drive out the di-fae
dbr(ni; lurk Hi"' lom "f Iteallli. J'lnii e.
liutlM, Kiyl'l.n. Tetter. Sill lihciiin. Ac nr.' but
KUrtari- Indication'' nl Wood Dl-eiiac! and Dr. I.ln
nVi. Hluud Marclmr. bv piiiic. iic.' the y-wni oli
. u the (.kin and l'ulilliw the lomiilciiion. Sold
Tlldriii:'ii-. i utpcrbotil.- H . h. "" I';".
I'ruiirlitor, l'illbun!. Jiarclay J.ro-. nl
ELLER'S COUGH SYRUP.
ik.t l.ttiUrtiholilfiiil(l. It In the nioM jilriMTt
tnd lHirvulnr remedy fur iiivii". Colds Cnjiif.
JlmuxnoxKiiiid all throat aud lung dlseasfc H
lets In hi..' for hair a century, Doctor n-coinmcnd
nd im hi rllic it. J. K. Tollman. Lous r. O.. li';;
M-n: "It -aved niv two children flum the tfrnvr.
A I.. Simmons of Halilimire. Md.. also : "
will core llic mirat eolith Immediately. AK your
tfrnr-Ui or "cneral atorckcejicr for It mid take 1.0
fcrf. I'rlief. '.. :. niT$l.tW per bottle. M ud
l.r circular. K. K. Mll'T ii Co.. I'ropiictors
1 MiMiwk. J'. Harcltiy Bio., Asp-uis Cairo.
yy i Cm a bean, m. d.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
t fflce IM Commercial ivenue. Keflilenco con; r
Komi culh hi. m.d Wai-hii.gtou sveiue. 1'itlrn.
U. SMITH, M. n.
Ollirc nml Kilikni' :
Mi. SI TIIIKTEESTII hTHKET, CAIRO. U.I.
U. E. W. AVH1TI.OCK,
OfTu E No. IX C'onimu,'.iiil AvtLtie. Ifuwii
ti-hlh ind Mulb StrrcU
jyi W. V. JOCELVN,
KKICE Kljfhlk Kireet, nciir Commercikt Avenm-
OrUCK Ohiu Levee, bet. Fourth ami - lii
JJXIXJAU Si LANM)EX,
iKr'K'E-No. 113 t'oiumerfinl Avenue,
HIE DAILY BULLETIN.
Or'Kll'IAI. rAPEKoK AI KXANDKK Col'STY
Only Monihiy Daily in SniKlicrii IIliiKii.
We ire authorized to nuucr.:noe (lie rtnni'' il Ai.
niitii ( iiiimi us a candidate lor City TrcuMiri-r it
Uit euxiiii city eleclloil.
We ar" atbori.ed to announce the name of Wai.
.in I.. ItniMOl. f a cuiullil.-iic for the oftiie ol Illy
'J rwiMirer, t the eiiMiin i liari u' election.
Nill li K.-TH WllllN It MAY OlSCKIlN. Tile C !. ill!
JiiilKlip t el., will ny no bill conlra' tcd bj at y nf
it -Biplovef. or any one uuim i ted vilh Tin: Hi i.
irrix, iinle'ii the niue i- mr.i!e on a written order
iiried by niVM'lf, nml the oriitr iuiit be aituchi d in
Ik i; bill when iiri'tfi-Mi
V. A. I'li r.M.iT.
Ai.'Ol Nil TOWN.
('!. T. Viiiter is tilling u position
tlio titlicc of tin1 C'iiiro I'roperty TrtiMfci.
Tim Oltio is rising .so .niiklly thut a
Iwuk-itp t" tin- if; lietVirc tD-inorrow, i in
'vituliK. Tlic tcinpiTancc t'nlks mo antii-ii;ttio;
iuiti' a rtvivul us t!u; result of Dr. l!i ytmUU'
labor next week.
Hon. T.W. llalliihy ri-turnr'il to Cairo
ly tin: ufti rnuoii train, jesturouy, ami will
ivinuin fiver Sumlay.
Tito East Cairo incline is now in work
ing nrliT. The rirM. passenger train was
iranst'erreil Fiilay evening.
Mr.. I. ('. Clark, General .Manager of
llieMi-s. Cent, railro.ul, U giving mattirs
t.i East Cairo his personal supervision.
Tli' ve wits a ii:w:e at Jjir.l's. Point, last
uigat. Yielilinu: to a heavy pres-'.:r", H"
lliver E'litor iiceaiiio a participant.
County eoiut for the transu.tion of
Irfitli iroliate a:vl enininal law IIM
ms, lueem in regular nes-:on to-tuerrviw
Tli1 grow riH:eip( of tlio ('alhoiie fair
aniotiiit to nearly Tnr. P.ni.niN
lotigr.itulatestlietiianagerfion the;r tnarketl j
Puia.l li.jhUtiiie ,t no.vnwatVs ailver- j
tisetneiit. They tire lius'mea nieti who a!- j
wavK nay what they in an, lii1 mean ivlmt I
liny say. J
In answer to ntunenuN impiiries from i
;:Uroail, v take (KVusion to nsv there is 110 '
Ictnand for print' rs i.i Cairo. The market
---The Ohio was I'd! offlo.ititig ie yes
terday evening; lni it was of the fVagm 'ii
tury kind that formeil ip s -rious obstruc
tion to navigation.
We tire reminded of the absence of an
old friend by the receipt of a package of
Texas papers from M. M. Yoard. who is
now in Dallas, Tixua,
The illness of Mr. H. F. Potter .is an
ll innced. We should Ik; sorry to have a
verification of the report that the illness is
of a tlungeroUH character.
FX our cotten flannels ut (c, He and 10c,
bko plain red flannels at 15c, 18c, 20e and
good dry flannels at 12.jc and 18e.
Ftvaht, Eighth street.
Thn negro man Burrell Brook who
bot and Heriouly wounded Bill Scott's
j:'rK' i', put on triul yolenlay, ami
the i fo nas given iO the jury in the even
ing. Col. I-owety i talking teiiiperanee,
Willi ei'i:"pleuiiis success in St. I.ouis. If
he luel lii ynohU' magnetism. IteM lie u
v mli i t'til temperance revivalist.,
The Future City relieved one of her
(urges, yestenlay. ami in the evening hml a
fair pro'peet of n lieving the nther, whieh,
ve hcanl, w:i ilar..aged soinewhrit.
;i:i:at liargains in hosiery from ."e per
pair fiiul upiMipls.
Swart, Eighth street.
A stray flat loa.l of conl wood, was
lirought M the shore, yesterday, hy one of
tin; foal tugs. The owner hud not put in
his appearance yesterday evening.
Tiie mixture of rain and sleet, of Fri
day night, resolved it into a light, feathery
snow, early yesterday morning; but soon
afterwards rebumcd the character of a wet
sleet, which came down unc usingly.
If chm-eh-goers are in any doubt as to
the whetH nd where of religious services
to-day, theyean determine their doubts by
consulting Thk P.ui.ucTixehiin li directory,
which, if incorrect, in any particular, is the
fault of the preachers.
The assault with a deadly weapon
made young Fox on the person of the
negro man, .lohus.w, at Horse Shoe mills,
didn't amount to much, after all. The pun
ishment inflicted by the jury was a line of
twenty-live dollars and costs.
-To our inquiry : '-Have you transacted
any criminal business, to-dayt' 'Squires
Comings and Hobiuson and Police Magis
trate Hird all responded Nein." Hence,
for this issue, that sort of Sunday read
ing must be dispensed with.
A lady remarked in our hearing, yes
terday, that she had prayed long and earn
estly for cold weather: but now feared she
had over-done the thing. Quite likely.
Whenever Nature subjects herself to the
guidance of trny of its creatures, it is very
likely to go wrong.
--The fclush yesterday rendered locomo
tion both uasty and perilous. The ladies
wrre eonspicv.lously absent from the usual
thoroughfare, and the sleighs abroad wen;
ivduced to the number that were out in
obedience to the demands of business. It
was a wretched, ug'y-day.
Tiie steamer Junius S. Moriran "iked
her nose" against too much ice, during the
week or two past, and has docked the "sore
place" with a view of coating it over with
new sheeting. Meanwhile the ferry boat
Three States will re-pond to the demands
of tli'- transfer business.
Mr. )fg ' S. Fi-lcr, S'cretary of the
Cairo Reform club, received the following
telegram. yesterday evening: "Will leave
Chicago Wednesday evening for Cairo. !od
willing. Signed, Henry As Reynolds."
It is safe to say, them that the fust meeting
under the ministration of Dr. Reynolds will
be held Thursday night.
The editor of tic Joneslioro (i.i.ette
savs that Judge Baker, of this citv. is a can
(lid.ite for circuit judge, in this, his old cir
cuit, i.nd is lieciih dly in favor of Judge
Mulkey for the position he now occupies.
.Judges llaker and Crawford are two of the
circuit judg" who will be re-elected. Who
v.il! be the third successful candidate is
--I). V. I.u-k. Stat- Printer, is publish
ing in a neat and convenient form, a "Daily
Legislative K-cord," w hich is devoted ex
clusively to the publication of the minutes
of the priiccooings of the General Assembly.
Ti'.K li, U.KT1N w ill appreciate the favor of
a c ipy, if s mi t regularly, and await the op
portunity to reciprocate.
IV C'iiiro City Coal company having a
great fleet of tug-, barges and boats in ser
vice, lind the item of pumping a very eon-
sid-.rali!e one. It is the purpose of the
comp iny. we hear, to relieve the men of
that labor, as soon as maybe, and impose
I it upon machinery driven by steam. A
!. , . , ..... fn i
tio u aoapicil lor inai use win oe eou
s;r:. imuii'dia'ely. f
iiio' of our neighboring exchanges
speaking of the death ot Mr. F. M. Stock
tl. lit. says tlmi he was a genial, whole
souled gentleman, whose death iias sadly
ihplo'.' O. 1 1 ir neighbors' estimate of Mr.
S.'s character is a correct one. A vvnrmer
le ui'ted, mor" open-handed man, or a more
geni i! c iinpanion than he. never lived or
die. I in this vitv.
-Some of the supporters of Dr. Black
burn haw adopted a mistaken course, if
they re.iliy desire to place him in the gub
n itor'ud chair of Kentucky. We refer to
their i ond'ii t in proscribing newspapers
lh.it refuse to lend him supiort. The id
itor of th" Clinton Democrat is the victim
of that kind of proscription. It will not
hcjp Blackburn to a single vote; but will
greatly intensify the opposition to him.
--ilelore startiiiL'. and on his way to
Spilng'iehl, our R"pres"tit'.tive in the
Lower Hons', Hon. T. W. Halliday. made
it -i p ii::t t inform hints ''f as to the needs
of his constituency. With .that view he
sfopM"I of ut Anna and' spent the night
with Dr. Warbier, of the Southern Illinois
Insane Asvhmi. No man in his branch of
the General Assembly is better jiosted as to
ti c wants and needs of his district than
I ''Tom'' Halliday, and no mau there has
j better capacity for witisfac torlly supplying
Messrs. Gerrickc an I Parks removed
the bodies of John Warren, W. D. Hamlin,
iiii'1 Mrs. Annie Oakley's cbihl from the
yv'.l'.w fever burying place, yesterday after-
noon, and n buiicd them in the Lotus, let
ter known us the '-Seven Mile grave yard."
Thcbodicsof Houston Dickey mid Samuel
Nealey w ill be Irnnsferred to I'.eeeh Grove
this afternoon, and the body of Mrs. Shei
bian to Villit llidge. The bodies of Coen,
John liehohims and of n party uiikiiown,
will lie taken to the Seven Mile grave yard
to-morrow. This will h ave but few bodies j
remaining. ,, I
The City Council will hold its regular
"povv-wow" next Tuesday evening. The
yellow fever claims will be considered
again, and us there seems to be no disposi
tion to buck down on either side, quite a
warm session is anticipated. Unless six
members favor the allowance of the claims
they cunnot be paid. As the Usual attend
ance is no more than a bare quorum, and
as the members who oppose the payment of
the claims are always in their teats, it is
scarcely probable that the claims will ''go
through" until there is a full meeting.
The woods and cornfields along the
line of the Illinois Central from Cairo to
Carbondule are alive with rabbit. They
were never before known to be so numerous.
They are so thick, in fact, that no necessity
exists for "mamma to buy a rabbit skin, to
wrap a bahy-btmtin in." as almost any of
the boys can step out in the buck yard, and
in a few minutes knock over a dozen of
them. At one of the neighboring railroad
stations the other day, Lew Holland caught
sixteen rabbits from one brush pile, and a .
neighboring nurseryman killed one hundred j
and two that had been sampling his infanj
tile apple trees. It has come to pass for a
verity, now, that rabbits are not worth the
powder and shot required to kill them.
The editor of Tin: Bn.i.Ki ix would go hunt
ing, but he has no four-horse wagon in
which to liring his game home.
Bather a novel means for replenishing
the church treasury has been adopted by
the gentlemen members of the Presbyterian
congregation, as will be seen by u noiieo to
which we give place in another column.
They propose to hold a "pound party' on
Thursday evening next at the rooms of Mr.
Hyslop. Each person attending is expect
ed to bring one pound of something, se
curely wrapped, so that its character can
not be determined by outside appearances.
Some of the packages will, ofeourse.be
valuable: but some of them are likely to be
cheats. The sale of the packages to the
highest bidder, will occasion the fun. Many
purchasers will get bargains, others will got
what they don't want, while still others will
get laughed at. That a very nspecfa-
tile sum ol money win oe i.u.sci, i.e...,
.. fi!l ... f . I 1 .... I.
means proposed, may be set down r.saecr-l
-Dr. Marean "comes to the front" again j
this morning, and rebuilds the breastworks ,
about lii.ntliat t oionel oo.t iicuioiisneo. .
and adds considerable to their strength and
power of resistance. Whether thfe Colonel
will bring forward hisseig" guns and its-ail
the Doctors works again. . permit linn to
'hold the fort" he has erected for himself.
we are not prepared to say. Thecont.si i
not without interest to our readers, and so
long as it remaiii uiisiniiviieii oy persimai- i
ities, and restricts itself to a use of a reason
able amount of space, we have no olii'diou
to its continuance. We shall insist upon
tic; right, however, to i elude from our
columns any language thai would proe
personally offensive. The liability and
duty of the city to pay the claims ill ques
tion, is it legitimate subject fur discussion ;
ami, as what the city may do in this case,
may stand as a precedent in the future, it is
well that the pros and cons of the issue be
No voting man in tit's grand division
has more friends or warmer ones, than w s ltiother physician's claims (employe 1
Judge Wall, of Dutjuoin. That fact is well j ,v ,,,. ,.ir, f Health as 1 was) allowed
attested in the movement si t on foot some ( j,.,; ;llm,t in full, out of the city
lime ago to bring him forward as a fundi- j n -asury, and mine repudiated.' If Col.
date for the Supreme bem h, to succeed the yno I or uiiy other member of the llonuri
lameiited Breese. Being a warm friend and ; ,le Council can answer this question to my
supporter of Judge Mulkey, and withal, j visfaet'nui 1 shall be greatly obliged to
young enough to wait awhile, he declined . lMlli
a candidacy, and will retiiain where he i. i p, n.erapl to the eie of Mrs. Stom r,
on ihe Ic'tich of his circuit. R' ferring to g i,..ivi. y,y that I was called to In r
this ni titer, the editor of the Joneshoro (ia- , ibvt, lien she was lying at the residence of
zette says that Judge Mulkey has a letter j .Mr. Il'ibbins. Alter having made my first
from Judge Wall, declining to be a cundi- vi-it I reported the eas-i to the Board of
date for Judge of (he Supreme Court, and j M,. ,1th as yellow fever, :it th ' sametime re-
pledging a cordial support to Judge Mul-
key. It is, as far as we can learn, the im -
animotis opinion of the gentlemen of the
bar that theeminentqualilications of Judge
Mulkey for the Supreme bench will place
him in that position with very little oppo
sitionwhich will be a very flattering en
dorsement of Thk Camio Bcm.ktin'k good
judgment and powers ot discriinination.
The near approach of the day fixed by
law for our judicial election has occasiaied
a casting about for suitable men to Iring
forward for the three seals, on the leiieh
that are to he filled at that election. The
Murphysboro Tribune, the Jomshoro
Gazette, in fact nearly all the piqcrs of
the district insist that one of the
scats must be filled by Judge Cru.vford.
As Thk Bi ixiTi.N di sires to be nuiihered
in the Crawford crowd, one seat nay be
eonsideicd as disposed of. Win, (hen,
shall fill the remaining two. Tie Mur
physboro Tribune suys Mr. B-ovviing, of
Franklin county, and Mr. B. .1. Svpheus
of Jackson, are the right kind of in n. The
Harrisburg Chronicle puts forth mei furull
the positions, viz: O. A. Haiker, if John
sou, J. M. Gregg, of Saline, and W, S.Mor
ris, ol'llardin. The Johnson Countyhmrnal
would exclude Gregg or Morris, aid ntib
fcitute B. W. McCartney.'of Massie, The
Bci.lktin is modest in this matter. nml sinco
a neat bus been set asidu for Crn Ibnl it
till only insist that Judge ).J. Tinker, now
cf the Kupivme bench, hrtve one of the
others.. Crawford, Baker and Barker are
gentlemen of unquestioned fitness, and the'
people of the circuit would honor themselves
by placing all three of them upon the
heiich; but Alexander county is disposed lb
i isisf upon no more than what w ill prove
eminently satisfactory to tin; people: thut is
Cult one of tin seats be filled by Judge
Iaiuks merino vests reduced from We to
.file, dents underwear .'."ic. .file, ."iOc and
(lac. Great barguius. Srt .vitT.
I'ell TlIK CM"' lii I.I.KTIX.
THK SWISS (i VIDE.
"'i a i!e','i'rou Ui'b 1o lean, my ilmlini;,
Tblf treading oVr A I pi no mn :
Thin noting of inoiiulnln peak anil glacier,
Hut don't limk Horrnul'iil, Ihou-li;
l or I have cro-ned and tecrosed aoofun,
There Is little for me to I'cvr,
So don't let you i templini; red lif 'libor,
Nor your blue eyes 'bed a tear.
Tlii true th.tothiTtiiiilci Iium" been bidden.
Within rhanui darkly dee;i.
Yd for your darinj; wild Swl lover.
No mountain is too uteep.
IV rrhunre their feet j;rew tin d and fullered.
While atrtvlB'. to for-i't
That for them love' richest. nift Jewel.
Win In lilo'a crown iuihci.
The liiinil of time In alowly siiiidire.'.
The siin' liroiul circle ol Hul l.
MukSie.' of en-ry fur off -In ler.
Au altci of purest n h'te.
Tlier' are other thmi;-. and rteetcr, ilnrlim;.
'I'niil I Ion.' lo you lo teil.
Hut uhJilV star ciinoes will o in lie lloiilinu.
Soukis". aud theu larHuil.
STTAliT'S RELIABLE CASH DRY
CI. HAULS'! OCT SAI.K OK slTIIM.t S STOCK A
liOl.llKN OITOItTCNITV KOK I'l lt( IIASlills
Of LUCY HOOKS.
We will place on sale January 10, all
w inter dry goods remaining unsold at prices
that will clean them out immediately. We
are determined that no goods adapted to
the present season will remain unsold if a
low price will sell them. We earnestly in
vite every one lo visit us before buying and
we will convince them that we mean busi
ness. Remember that v.c carry no old
goods and that our pnsent stock must be
closed out to make room for spring goods.
We solicit the patronage of ali close buyers.
Ciias. B. S'it'aut, Eighth street.
ML .MAREAX TO THK FRONT AGAIN.
II t. HKUl II.I'S Til V. STJtmriSK IU.. WIHII1
tiKMousiu.n, and sti;i:notiu.ns its
i:.IAMi;.XT llATIIKl! I VITTlKsTISii "SI X
IIW I1KAIIIXO MATIKIt."
K(Utl),. , .l(!riJ nulK-tlu : lx
ni;A), Sl,t: j m,,st a.k your indulgence
u i;tt;,. fn.j1(.r in order t.( correct sonic
. Wlo.l, in his
.(i (. v of this M,ltnnf is ,.vi.
(I(;i)tv ,.,,. unik.r It wi ,, ,,,.
time for Oil. Wood to prove his statement
made in tie: Council regarding services ren
dered tiie ti Kir in oast vears bv iihviciuns
j o. W,((11 ,tlt il,,.lioll is .i,,,!,.,.
I nv lir,lvillUst.arii , ......vly quoted his words
I ,;, ,,., tI1Ifrlt f questioning their
j (.n,.(.t11.SSi , (a,i ,ny ,.h-m mving
passed thr.iugh the hands of a Finance
Committee, I k li' vv that it should have
done so, and having been informed that it
had. my error in litis rgard w.i. I think,
i;:.i: n.o'.iral. I :.m now, hovi cr. very
toMgiy ol' th-' o;. Illicit tic.: had my claim
pas-ed through the hands of said Com
mitter, i; would have brii disposed oi'dif
It matters nothing here nor there as re-
gmds theclaim in question, whether there
' is any appropriation in the city treasury to
: liquidate such claims or not. The qtics
i lion, is, and, still remains unanswered : Whv
commending that it be removed to the hos-
! pim!, whii h suggestion beii
wiih, I went before the
Health before making another visit
to her and inquired whether
they wished me to attend the case or give it
up to Dr. Gordon, who at that time had
charge of all the cases in the hos
pital. The reply was that inasmuch
as I was treiitingtheeaso before its removal,
I should continue to do so which sugges
tion I acted upon, making three or four vis
its in each twenty-four hours during the
nine days of her illness. Now, suppose I
had given the case up when it was first re
moved to the hospital, and it hail been given
into the hands of the physician who was
then attending other cases then;. Would
he, on presenting his hill for iitlendanee,
been coolly told that his claim was not le
gitiniaie,and that he must look to her hus
band for his pay, when it is a well known
fact that sh ) litis been living apart from
her husband, and that he published, long
ago, that he would settle no bills of her
contracting.' Consistency is a jewel, my
One thing more and 1 have don ;.
In my previous curd I made the propor
tion to such members of the Council, who
sei Hied to think that I should donate my
claim to the City Treasury, and call it giv
Ing to the poor, thai if any member of that
0 HEAT H
Notwithtiuidinii: onr very laie sales during t li is si'aoii.
our Stock of Winter (Joods on hand, is yd very lar'iiiid com
plete. So. in order to close out the same, or make room ten
our Spring purchases, we have made n general reduction in
the prices of Winter Stock in all the departments of our es
tablishment, am! otter KXTI.'AOIIDINAIIY lN'IMTKMKVtS
u iiurcha rs.
We invite the careful inspection of the public.
(loldstine & Hoscinvater.
and UO ( oinnicirial Avonuc.
I inHMX MG iiS roKK.
) I I a :2s IX D irCG STO RK,
CO I . COM M K I (7IA I . AV. AND .ICi ITKKN'l"! I
1- M.fii'.ed ivitli a fu!! Hoc k nf ). -h 1'
A'so Toilet Soap.. I'erfi inerv. lii n-hei., i t.
ciin of the day.
it Kspeeiul Curi' ami Aiteiiiimi then to the
II -(notable Bodv would show that he ha
done more for the (mor of Cairo, dtuingoiir
Lite epidemic, than I had done. I would
give tic city the biil without further qit-s-tion.
My proposition did not i xlend bac'i
for tic past fiurteen v-ars, nor mi" year:
but for the-three or feir months h.-t fall
when our little city was wrestling in the
toils of our formidable foe, Vi Row Jack."
which proposition still remains open.
Thanking you. Mr. Editor, for kindly al
lowing Ille space,
1 icinain, veiy respectfully, yours,
W. II. Mai'.kvn. M li
Cah:o. Jaiiuarv 11, 1 sTt.
Sen mi; is not more sinful tiian ie g!c t-
ing a lough. For only 2.5 e.-nts you can
buy a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syn:j and
be saved from (h ath.
Gur.AT bargains in dress goo.,,, n-c
what vve oll'er at 8c. He, Me. 12C.C, 1 5c and
X'de. " Sua ut, Eighth street.
Fill T. ov-tki; l.t scil every night at half-p:-st
i.ijrh; o'clock, is spread by Many
Bitvsi il ' 1st k i. of H iiii. mis' s: urn Dy
Works, of Evaiisvll'i-, at Mr-. J..n:is' No.
17 Eighth street. Cairo, 1 lis.
Er.N:; books in stock or made to order ,
by Ambrose Pyatt. Paper Bom s m.tnntae- i
Hired to ordir. Call at the Bulletin Build-j
ing, or address him through the po.-toflic". I
Fltl.K oyster lunch lit halfqust eight J
o'clock, cvety night, ut Harry Wall.-T's
Crystal saloon. .
Amiihosic Pyatt keeps a lull supply of j
all the Text Books used in the Cairo public j
schools. He is also supplied with Pencils,,
all grades of Writing Paper, everything in
fact that enters into the outfit of school chil- j
NKwsi'AfKRs, School Books, Inks of flu
best brands, Albums, Oflicu Fixtures,
Brackets, Pencils, Steel Pens and a variety
of Stationery, all at very low figures, always
on liuud at Ambrose Pyutt's News and
Slaliomrr Stand, Bulletin Building corner.
Tint Bulletin building dining room will
be open on Monday, January 111, for accom
modation of day boarders. Application for
lior.nl can be made at Tin: Bu.i.ktin of
fice. Terms, fi.lJO per week. J JIlvoN.
A t.t. the finest brands of cigars and to
bacco, tine cut and plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, ftc., etc., it largo
ami varied thick, for s'llc at wholesale und
retail, at F. KiiMtiyew, Sixth street near
i. Meiiii-ine. and i heniiis!" of nudi.ubti'.l piirii;.
. i.i.d a Ciil Uf f hit 0.- pojrlir 1'itftit I ..:!
mm pound im; of iliy-i.-i;i in piesriiitioii..
I KliKfont the cold and wet bv t.sitv
ber Weather strips on vo'ir d ne-a:;.i v
(lows. Blake will do tic woik !'or vie
M V Mono "I V.IK k s,,. ami -pr"'it."
So save your iiiou' v la i . ',
til" iumhrry '. of J. S. McGal.ey. P. .
ing inateiii.l of all ki ni-. iirludoig
walk .-ind curbing lumber, ced .r ;'i-.
I Also, live two horse Moliii'' WaU 'H- l'c
j or trade.
' JoK RoM.Kl K. having tal-'ii the to
I at the corner of Fourteenth and V-Va-I
! ton avenue, lately occupied by IV' i
I B'ld. has opeti'-d a alonu which e-i.
I found first-class m every appointment.
: ril.)(s .Ml lh' j .ul.!i. -i n
, ,. ,.X.,.,N a ,.()r,ii:ii ',,!; .ti-m t . call,
j ,.r -t M1,,,i(.( 'v ,;. ,.,;, ,
; v.!ui s, liquors and coidiah, and h's if
attractive and plea-ant.
l'OI ND I'ARTV.
! Tiie genlleni-n conn'.t'V-d wiih I'n-V
I- lian i hllK h will give a peitud I'.utv i t!i-
rooiits of Mr. Hyslop, Thursday iveiiiii.-
next. All fri'-'inlsof the church are inviii .'
to be prcs"u! ; and those attending -Jiovo
I not forget to bring that pound of
I sealed, to be soli
w ithont opeliin:'. 1
J. M. L.m)i.n,
S. D. Aw.ns,
J. S. Kkmiiikn',
I IsfMl II WTIiiUl.s,
B. F. Bi.vkk.
Conn:, '.T. i
FitKK oyster lunch at bull')
ii'c'oc.k, every night, ut Harry
W a I',.'.-1.
sToCK II M.PKII'S .liraiVb
N'UTh'i:. A tint'tiiii! of the sin.. itiKMec- n :
City N.illdim'. Ilni'k. fui (li- ) tion nl a i:..i-'
or Pin 'lot'', villi !" held in Ihe olliie nl III" 1- in.
on Tins.liiv. the l-ltli dm or .luiuury ii-mI. al .!
oVIoikA. ii. W. llYSI.nl'. Can. a r.
:.(tn i:kv vitl.
l'or aCasu of Ihe I'oUow'inK lI'i.'lfe whlili th. i.C
fi n tii numbers ol
Dr. Vdi'bes UKAlfll PADS I
Will not cunt with licmurkubU' Sun c.-s,
Chills and Fi ver, Dyspepsm, i le
i Eidney, Spine nml
No. '2 1 ! fis'timis, .and Nervous Picsu.l-
tion. Price, 1.
,. ) Female Diseases and Womb Af-
,,: fections. Price J.
Inflaination of the Lungs, Tlrou
o. ; y 1. 1 L ; 1 1 1 nml Asthintt. Price, fl.
Thy id, ovc rewaril doca not apply to Casoa a'r adv
In die ant (ileal or fatal atau'ea. I'lirm eipt of price
will send Pad b) mall. Ileware of imitation, Hike
tioi.u but llm Korltea. Kr nil for elrenbir
IVtl K I ut St.. Clnrimuttl. Ohio, aud kirn jmrlicu'.aru
Impel taut lo Imallda.