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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKM2M. JANUARY 21. 1870.
gELLEW'3 COl'Gl! BY HIT.
Ovr 11XD.1W MtU '1 I' ' rao",t ulc"
tad bouular rmed for CuufU; CoUta. Croup,
ll.ir.uw aiWI all Wl "iwi hint dli-ai'. Hm
btn In mi thr half I c-lurv. Doctor rncoramena
iSipSncritm It. J. K. Youumu. Lo P. U.. III.,
a: "-It MVd inji Iwii rhlldren ftm the '
A 'L. Simmon, of Baltimore, Md-.tlvo "It
tll rare th wwt eontfh Immediately." Axk ytmr
dnnrfat orawwl itoiwkflepr Sir It and take do
utiier. I'rlcof. c.. W., and $100 per bottle. fiend
lor elrrular. K. K. Mlara A Co., Proprietor!,
Jltteburs, Berolay Broi.. Apnl'. Cairo.
For omWYar SELLER'S LIVKK PILLS have
biD the standard remedy for Liver Complaint.
Cwilvraeaa, Sick Headache, I'alu In Shoulder or
Back, Dlaslni-sa, Coated Tongue, Fever ind Acue,
aud all dUeaaee arlalng from l deranged state of the
Liver or hlomack. Thomas Adam, of Bin Sandy.
Kv., aaya: 'Heller's Pill! have saved hundred! of
dollar! in doctor' bills la ltd country." H. K.
Heller A Co., Proprietor, Pittsburg, Fa. Barclay
ISroa, Apuila, Cairo,
rjUIE GREAT BLOOD TONIC
Tat lb sure if all dlaeaaea Brining from Impure
blood, and for invigorating and atrenatheii ng tbe
villorran. AreyoU weak, nervoni, debilitated.
iak and emaciated f Hav you lost your appetite 1
Have, you names, pain In the back. Xct If so.
Uiiisey's Blood Searcher will drive out the disease
and bring back the Bloom of Health. Pimples,
Boll, Krvatpelaa, Tetter. Salt Rheum. Ac. r ht
tartar Indication of Blood Disease; aud Dr. Und
eej's Blood Searcher, by purifying the ytem "oft
en! the kln and beaulilea the complexion. Hold
by all dngjrfM. Jl.OOperbottle. R. E. Bellers,
Proprietor, Pittsburg, Pa. Barclay Bros., Agent
"y. II. MAHEAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Offl IS6 Commercial avenne. Residence, corner
Foarb-entb St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
y R. SMITH, M. D.
Offifo and Residence :
SO. THIHTKENTII STREET, CAIRO, ILL.
U. E. W. WHITLOCK,
OfTKC 'So. 1 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth aud Slnih Streeu
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avetnc.
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth t.
JIKXGAR a LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COCSTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
We are authorlcrd to announce the name of Al
mo ComRoa a a candidate for City Treasurer at
the ensuing city election.
We are athorlzed to announce the name of Wav
Taa L. Bristol a a candidate for the oflke of City
Treasurer, at the eni'iu chsrtrf ewttm,
We are authorised to announce W. F. Scuuckir
m a candidate frr City Clerk at the approaching
Nonet. to who rr hat conckkh. Tbe Cairo
bulletin Co., will puy no bill contracted by any of
1U employe, or any one connected wlthTuiRi'L
Ixtm, anless the same I made on a written order
aigned by myself, and the order must be attached to
Ik bill when presented.
E A. BoitNitrr,
810HAI Orrira, I
Cairo, III., Jun. 80. 1H79. 1
Time. Bar. Ther, Hum Wind. Vel. WeutUer.
i p. m. m .10
Maximum Temperature. 61:
perature, sU ; lialufalt, 0 00 Inch
W. II. KAY.
Serg't Signal Coruu, U. S. A
The City Marshal proposes to get lifter
delinquent saloon keepers uuil tcumsteni.
8ee his notice.
Mr. Oberly spent Suiulay with his
family, returning to Springfield by the mid
Up to anil including Sunday night, one
hundred new names hud been added to the
The bans between Mr. Will Dezonju
and Miss Muggic O'CuIlihun were published
in the Catholic church, Sunday morning.
Mardi Gras falls on Tuesday, Febru
ary 20, and the K. M. K. C. will celebrate
the occasion by giving a grand masquerade
at the St, Charles hotel.
Dr. ReDalds closed his engagement, in
. "this city, last night, and took the first train
for Anna, where he will inaugurate a short
temperance campaign this evening.
The three deck hands who raised the
rnmpuR on Eighth street, last Sutuiduy,
ere brougnt to trial yesterday, und ftneil
according to the tunguitudo of their of
fending. . "
Don't forget the 'sociable to be given
at the residence of Capt. O. D. Williamson
to-night Good music and incthodist re
freshment will enliven the evening. All
are cordially inviteil.
The circuit court has awarded to the
owners of the old soldiers' home, the sum
, of $1,200, that sum being their damages for
the involuntary surrender of the soldiurs
Jiome property to the use, benefit and be.
hojt of the C. 6i V. railroad company.
Thousand of pcrsont lmvo their eyes
tarnad towards Wall Street, That is where
thousand! of dollars are madu da! 'y from
investments ranging from $50 to $'M0.
H reliable brokers, Alts. Frotbingh iui
& Co., 12 Wall 8troet, Now York, send
their Financial ltcport free, which oxpluins
Died, at her home, near Villa Hidgc,
January 15th, instant, of pneumonia, Mrs.
Amanda Mj. Thouiasson, wife of Mr. T. 9.
Thomaaaon, in the 3"rJ ycarpf hrV ago.;
It is stated that the several loaded coal
flat, cut down by the lec, at this point, con
tained one hundred thousand bushels of
coal. A large part of it will be recovered,
however, during the low water season of
next summer, when it will, most likely
command a higher price thaa rules the
During Sunday the floating ice hugged
the Kentucky shore. During all day yes
terday it scoured the Illinois shore, with
an ugly force that would have been fatal to
the water craft, prudently removed Saturday
evening. News from Paducah yesterday
morning, was to the effect that the river
was full there of the heaviest floating ice
Mr. James W. Stewart ought to le a
happy man, and we dare say ho is, as from
the hour of sixlo'clock Sunday evening, he
dates the establishment of paternal rela
tions with a fine boy. But for this auspi
cious happening Mr. S. might have been
left without the agency for transmitting his
family name to his posterity, as the balance
of liia children, four in number, we believe,
are girls. If Stewart is proud over this ac
cession to hij family circle, we congratulate
him. If ho isn't proud we commisserate
him. Anything to be accommodating.
Our cotemporaries may throw up their
hands in amazement and cry out "impossi
ble," and many (who are not personally ac
quainted with us) may accuse us of pre
varicationwithholding the truth, etc.; but
we assure them that we have not received
a single contribution, this winter, poetical
or otherwise, on the subject of the "snow,"
the "flake-white, the beautiful snow." Our
guardian angels have been unusually con
siderate of our happiness in thus shielding
us, for, very certain we are that, in this par
ticular, we are one editor in a thousand.
Gentlemen connected with our river
interests, and who therefore enjoy superior
facilities for gaining information, declare it
to be a fact, incredulous as the statement
may seem, that, since ice commenced float
ing in the Ohio river, property has been de
stroyed at our landing worth not less then
one hundred and thirty thousand dollars.
This will strike the reader who has paid
but little attention to river matters, as a
most extravagant estimate; but the gentle
men in question claim that they can furn
ish the evidence that , rever lies the fig
ures. One of the Circuit Court jurors became
too much "exhileratcd," yesterday, to so
lcrly pass upon questions of either law
or facts. When the court ordered his name
to be stricken from the ho nirinrl"d
the judge's stand, and with marked solem
nity of mein, propounded to the court the
following inquiry: "With all duo respect
to your honor, I desire to know by what
right you hold your court in this engine
house?'' Asa reply to the question the
judge's answer was not satisfactory. It
was this: "Mr. Sheriff, take this man out
It will be seen, by rcterencc to Mr. F.
W. Benton's communication, that the price
of tickets to the Evelyn Spycr entertain
ment, has, as was suggested by Thk Hex
i.ktin, been reduced to fifty cents, with an
extra charge of twenty-five cents for reserv
ed seats. This is as it should be, as no sin
gle person living, we care not how wonder
ful his or her powers may be, can give an
entertainment that is worth, for a single
evening, the sum of one dollar. This may
not be so from the fact that the entertain
ment would be worth less; but because the
dollar is worth more,
It will bo highly gratifying to the Cairo
friends of the lato Billy Morris to know
that his remains arc receiving all the re
spect and attention that could he bestowed
upon them were they in the hands of
friends in Cairo. The following dispatch,
placed in our hands last night, indicates the
disposition that is to be made of the body:
Ciiicaqo, January 20, 3 r. m.
Dr. C. W. Duunlnit:
St. Barnards' commandcry details a
guard of honor to-night. Body will be
placed in vault at Joliet to-morrow. Have
arranged with Joliet commandery to give
proper escort to tho remains atter the arri
val in that city. Jkwrtt Wilcox.
A few days ago we mentioned tho fact
that a fine Newfoundland dog, belongingto
Mrs. Taylor, had been killed by poison by
some malicious or vicious person unknown.
Some time during Suuday night a very
valuable dog, of tho same species, belong
ing to Mrs. Gordon, was also noisoned.
What object tho persou or put-sons who
killed theso fine animals had in view, is
difficult to understand. Both of them be
longed to widow women, and were especi
ally valued lor tho protection they afforded
from the intrusion of tramps ami unwel
come nocturnal visitors, If there was any
purpose, in removing., thia protection, wo
admonish tho guilty scoundrels not to act
upon tho presumption that no substitute
has been provided.
About three o'clock Sunday morning
we had tho incipient stages of una of the
biggest "bonfires," ever seen in Southern
Illinois. Tho contents of tho ash pun of
one of tho I. C. locomotives were thrown so
near the Elevator coal house, that the flic
couiniunicated to the building, and would,
but for tho efforts of two or threo railroad
boys who happened to l,e near 1y, have
soon extended to the Elevator. That stu
pendous tinder box once al'laze, all the fire
engines in tho city could not have snred it
from complete destruction, While all of
us would have sympathized with tho own
ers on the sconi of their low, wo could have
boasted, nevertheless, of having seen one of
tho biggest "bonfires" ever lighted on the
banks of the Ohio river.
The Taxpayers' association of Cairo
will, uext summer, inaugurate Uh third raid
against the tux levied upon tho property of
its members to pay tho interest on tho city
and county railroad bonds. Tho tax for
the present year is the heaviest that has ever
been levied for thut purpose, nnd forms
fully two-lifths of the total levy. It was
hoped that tho City Council would inaugu
rate measures to enjoin the clerk from ex
tending the tax on tho "Collector's Book,"
but the city not being a party in interest,
having no pecuniary interests involved,
could not successfully prosecute such a
proceeding. We publish this item for the
benefit, chiefly, of thosj taxpayers who
have indicated a purpose to forfeit their
membership in the Taxpayers' association.
From all quarters they came, on Sun
day afternoon boys with sticks nnd brick
bats, little boys and large ones, black boys
aud white ones some of them butlers,
some of them coatless, and all of them in a
state of excitement. The cause of the com
motion was a screech owl in the vicinity of
Lorctto academy. One boy, with rapid,
eager gesture aud galloping utterance, os
servated upon his sacred honor that the
owl had "a head as big as a piller." and that
he got "ecuy most to it and it flodc." And
following this boy, who at once took rank
its leader, the whole troupe dashed away on a
run, in the direction of the feathered mon
ster from "night's plutonian shore," had
betaken itself. But where 's the man w ho at
tho age of twelve, wouldn't have done the
The Ohio river was an object of espe
cial interest among our river and steamboat
men, for an interval of twenty-four hours or
more after receiving intelligence from Pa
ducah of the breaking up of one of the
heavy ice gorges above that city. The
landing here showed a notable absence of
water craft. No permanently moored Iwat
or barge could be seen anywhere along the
city front. But for the occasional landing
of one of the local steamers or tugs, the
wharf would have been as innocent of any
signs of life, on the Ohio as the Mississippi
side. Nobody could contemplate tbe spec
tacle without feeling that it was indeed a
fortunate happening that great rivers al
most always, flow by great cities. That
such is the case, betrays a wisdom in the
ordering of nature that is quite matchless.
-Well, welll Who'd have thought it?
A Cairo saloon keeper has ordered us to
"stop his paper." because the temperance
doses we administer to him in our reports
of Dr. Reynolds1 meetings, are nauseating.
Our first impulse was to administer to him
a dose compared with which his "temper
ance emetic" is iced sherbet; but the sober
second thought soon came to his rescue.
Such little nttcmps ut proscription are not
worthy of contempt; they are simply pitia
ble, especialy as in giving full uccounts of '
what is said and done during the pending :
tcmjeram:o revival, we publish no more
than reasonable men xepect of us as an or
dinarily enterprising journalist. But that
i "neither here nor there." If we have
any more subscribers ot tho same sort we
want to hear from them right away. We
want to have done with the matter.
We are apprehensive that some of tho
temperance zealots of tho neighboring
town of Anna are entering into a move
ment that will teur their organization into
discordant factions. "The temperance
people" (says tho Anna editor of tbe Jones
boro Gazette) propose to elect a mayor
with backbone, this spring, and we'll then
see if "blind tigers" are run in spite of
law and ordinances." If we could call to
mind a single instance where efforts like
that contemplated in Anna, had not re
sulted disastrously, wo might hopd thut
tho ardent wishes of the Anna editor
would bo realized; but tho almost invaria
ble result of mixing temperance with poli
tics, or using temperance organizations to
forward tho aims of this man or that one
who seeks an official position, has been to
tho temperance cause a serious set-back.
Temperance societies should confine
their labors to the well defined, legitimate
line of duty, and avoid, as destructive of
their harmony, and power for good, all en
tanglements with either party to political
or municipal election contests.
Ladim,1 misses1 and childrens1 shoes.
Every pair warranted not to rip, at Stuart's.
Fuek OY8TKU lunch every ulght at half
past eight o'clock, is spread by Ham
Walker. Notick. After this dato all goods bought
in the city and limited to the store by drays
will be required to bring a dray ticket, or
obtain one sighed at the office for such de
livery,, (where o invoice is brought with
same) or such delivery will not be rceog.
nized. We do tills to avoid all errors ami
trouble, for all concerned.
(MU.ytikk A Co.
C.uitq and St. Louis R. R. Round trip
tickets to Cairo will be sold on tho2:iid
Inst, at onu-half tariff rates to jx-rsons hold
ing tickets for the testimonial benefit to
Kvelyn Spycr, to occur at Cairo on the !:)rd
J. A. Nat OI.K, Agt.
DEATH OF WH. II, JIOURIS.
So intelligence sinco that which convey
ed tho news ol the death of Mr. SnfTord,
has been received by our citizens with evi
dence of more profound sorrow than that
which gave us the painful . assurance that
our f.-llow-cilizen, William II. Morris, is
no more of earth. After an lllincss of a
tew days, ho died uttho homo of his brother
in Chicago, yesterday morning at half past
10 o'clock. Wo arc in possession of no
particulars concerning this most lamentable
event other than those already given to our
Mr. Morris was u man whom everybody
respected, as well for tho qualities and vir
tues of his head ns bis heart. He was a
gentleman of culture, who fund his great
est happiness in the unostentatious walks of
the citizen. lie was the friend of everybody
and everybody seemed to be his friend. An
accountant of rare qualifications, he accept
ed a position as teller in the City Bank of
Cairo about the year 1S61 or 2, and afterward
filled the same position in the First Na
tional bank. After serving in that position
a year or two, he became a partner in tho
widely known and popular insurance firm
of Safford, Morris and Candec. Shortly
after ticceptintr. a partnership in this firm be
was united in marriage to Miss Carrie
Newcomb, of northern Illinois, who, with
fourof his children, survive him to mourn
the loss of one of the mostself-sacrificing, de
voted and affectionate husbands and fathers
that ever lived. Responding to a telegram
announcing his serious illness, his w ife hur
ried to Chicago, and was at his bedside
when he died. His children, accompanied
by Mr. Henry C'andee, his partner in busi
ness, left for Chicago, by the afternoon train
yesterday, to be present jjt the last sad rites
over the body of a father whom they loved
as their own souls. The remains will prob
ably be interred in the burying grounds of
his father's ' family, in the town of Wil
mington; but in this respect we do not
claim to be advised. But wherever his
lxiily may be, of one thing we are certain
that memory of the man, of ull that en
deared him to us as a citizeu, as a compan
ion and as a friend, will live in the hearts of
tliepeople of Cairo, as long as the faculty of
memory itself shall cudure. Mr. Morris
was about forty years of age.
THE "LITTLE PRODIGY."
A BKl'LV TO "YOCNO ONE.'1
Caiko, Jan. 20th, 187H.
Editor Bulletin : In compliance with
request published in your paper of yester
day's duly advisiDg a reduction in admis
sion price for the testimonial benefit tend
ered to Evelyn Snyer. together with the
pergonal solicitations, to that effect, of a
number Cf Cairo citizens, I, having con
ferred with those through whose influence
the "Little Prodigy" comes to this city, am
authorized to reduce the price of admission
to 50 cents with 25 cents additional for re
In addition, allow me to say, that neither
' -T nor any of her friends has had
ny lrt m the arrangements ot tins uene
lit, but those only, who have invited lu-r
hero; und I, being honored with hcrperson
al acquaintance and that of her estimable
parents, am deputised to act in the
matter, and with u view to furnishing a testi
monial of appreciation which would com
port favorably with my opinion of the cul
tured tastes of Cuiro's citizens, arranged ac
cording to my ideas, to tho best ad
vantage for the result, but it is the peolpe
oi uairo wno exienu unsnonor to me com- i
ing beneficiary, and just reverence is due
them in according to their wishes. And in
their giving public expression to the same
it has relieved me of much responsibility.
Very Truly, The "Little Prodigy's Friend'1
F. Weiier Benton.
For Tu k Bi'i.litim.
WHOSE FAULT IS IT ?
Oil AN INTKRUWKVTUKY Hl'l'J'OSKI) TO I1R
PERTINENT TO THE PRESENT OCCASION
In Dr. Reynold's talk about men who i
forget, in a few short months, tho solemn
pledge they had given to "tisto not, handle
not the unclean thing,11 or remembering it,
still violated it, ho spoke as one having au
thority; as a man who understood the situ
ation and understanding it, appreciated,
it also. His estimate of those men was
correct in every particular, and so thorough
was his knowledge of the character of the
man who drinks and drinks again and yet
is NOT A vii. man that ho veutured little
when he ventured to foot up a bill and cull
his audience to witness if tuese men did
not fill it when he named them as ranking
hiirh in the virtues of being the best of
good-fellows whole-souled, w arm-hearted,
generous men with quickly impulsive,
sympathetic natures. Thu-t far it was not
difficult to follow the Doctor in his re-
marks; ho Hpoke as on i having the authori
ty of experimental pvldenoo ai a man who
has asuject in hand with which he is thor
oughly welt conversant; surely after this,
when he left his men, their chaaacters, etc.,
dM his talk take u mystical turn; a turn
that certainly did need somo explanation to
niakf it t utirely dear t his hearers.
Would the oiu'rgetif geittlomitn fool it a
hardship to demote tea minutes timo in ex
planation, yet? That thi request may not
pi-ICENIX DliTJG STORK,
COU. COM MKItCIAIj AV. AN 1 j Kid I ITKENTl I ST,
GEO. E. O'HARA, Proprietor,
I" "pulled with a full tork of Frtb Drugt, Madlrinc ind Chemical! of nmluuhted parity.
e1n4of thedaV80,'' PerfDm"7' Bru,n n(1 VM Ltuf " ,he PPlr PaUnt FanillT Medt
ty Kunnelal crt and Attention Riven to the compounding of physicians' pwwrlpUoni.
be as enigmatical to those who were not
present on that particular eveninc, it be
hooves us to put oui questions Bimply aud
plainly as wo may. That which wo venture
to ask tho doctor is this: Who made these
men to whom he referred as being, by na
ture, the best of men? Whoso handiwork,
so perfect in many things, so frightfully
deficient in this one the power to resist
temptation were they? and was it the
fault of the maker or of the made, that
these men went back on their pledge?
With th lir peculiar temperaments did not
the hand that fashioned them know that
they must and would fall when temptation
assailed them? That being the case, they
calling on God to help them, who is to
blame if they were not helped and did fall?
Cou'd they do more or less? And what
will the future be of these our dearly loved
brothers? If they have no power of their
own arc, as the doctor stated, and as we
believe, the kind of natures made so, from
the beginning, what have they to suppoit
them when they place their trust in God and
he fails them? We are horrified, and
can see nothing left for these best of
all good fellows, but to drop back, again
and again, ami sink into perdition at last.
Will the good Doctor I'orrect us if we are
laUiring under a fatso impression s to his
meaning? We feel sure we did not under
stand him, therefore, and that we may do
so, we beg he will get us right, ewe our
heart and mind by kindly answering the
very carnebt queries we have Here submitr
ted, for his gracious consideration. A de
voted friend of the temperance cauae, a
strong believer in its power to bring untold
benefits to the races yet unborn as its op
site, intemperances has brought evils untold
and that never can be told, on the pruKcnt
generation and many u generation put und
gone, we yet left that hull, on that memor
able evening here referred to, tadder than
ever before, and less hopeful for its success
as a great reforming element, now, or tver.
Will the good Doctor come to our aid?
The happiest moment in another's life
is when she hears others praise her baby
and the best friend to all mothers is Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup, which relieves the suffer
ings of ctiiidren cauwl by fretfulnfeiS or
internal pain. It is free from Opiates.
JANUARY TERM, 1879. HON. R. g. YOCVU,
KlItfcT DAY. JANUARY, CTH.
Will of F. M. Stock tU'th, deceased, ad
mitted to probate nnd letters issued to Min
nie F. Stockfleth as ex"tutiix.
Report of Andriw Lohr, guardian of
Emma Weil, minor heir of Augusta Weil,
deceased, submitted, approved snd ordered
Report of Peter Cub!, guardian of Agus
ta Weil, minor heir of Augusta Weil, de
ceased, submitted, examined and approved
and ordered of record.
Samuel E. Walker, submitted his petit
ion and bond as guardian of George F.
1 Walker. Petition, minor heir of Thomas
j E. Walker. Petition allowed, bond ap
proved and ordered thut letters issue.
Proof of publication of notice of adjust
ment in estate of Thomas E. Walker de
ceased, made to the court. Vs. estate of
j Thos. E. Walker' deceased. Cluiin of Jno.
j W. Walker for f 10, examined ;f.'50 allowed
ns first class and $10 as seventh class to be
: paid in due course of administration,
i Claims of J. R. Price for $0', nnd Win.
' N. Finney for $10 59, vs. estate of Thos.
; E. Walker allowed as seventh class,
i Report of Surah A. Barber, guardian of
i Pearl Barber, minor heir of L. W. Barber,
deceased, approved and ordered of record.
Proof of publication of adjustment no
tice in estate of Ellen Shanney, deceased ;
allowed as of seventh class.
Cluiin of Catherine Hamilton for $000
against estate of Ellen Shunncssy, deceased;
allowed as of seventy class.
Claim of Wm. H. Schutter for $:J0 vs. es
tate of Perry Powers; not allowed.
Warrant of appraisal issued to John II.
Gossman, Charles O. Patier and P. W. Bar
clay in estate of Frederick M. Stockfleth.
The oflicial bonds filed with the clerk of
the county court, examined and summons
ordered in those casi-s deemed insufficient.
The best and cheapest in the world. Dr.
j Bull's Cough Syrup costs you only 25 cents,
and if it does not cure your cough you can
j get your money back.
All the finest brands of cigars aud to
bacco, fine cut and plug, meerschaum and
other pijws , cigar holders, etc., etc., a large
and varied stock, for sale at wholesale and
retail, at K, Korsmyers, Sixth street near
Blank books in stock or made to order
by Ambrose Pyntt. Paper Boxes manufac
tured to order. Call t tho Bulletin Build
ing, or address him through the postofllee.
Just received nt Tue Bcltktin office:
20 ReitmB extra heavy letter heails.
30 " " 41 nobi " '
20 thousand 14 und 10 lb bill heads.
20 Reams statements.
15 Reams bills lading.
A large lot of linen letter und note
80 thousand XX white and amber en
velopes, best quality, for the Cairo trade.
, Amdrosk'Pyatt keeps a full supply of
all the Text Books used in tho Cairo public
Schools. He is also supplied with Pencils,
all grades of Writing Paper, everything in
fact that enters into the outfit of school chil
dren. To SALOON KEiir<S, 1 KAMSTEUS, ANIMAL!.
OTnEus interested. ou are ln rtby noti
fied that your license were duo on January
first; and all thoc in arrears on February
first will lie arrested irrespective of person.
C. D. Ahter,
Joe RoNKhEii, having taken the room
at the corner of Fourteenth and Washing
ton avenue, lately occupied by Pettis &
Bird, has upencd a saloon which will be
found first-class in every appointment, To
his old friends und the public geuernlly,
he extends a cordial invitation t call. His
bar is uppliud with only the choicest of
wines, liquors and cordials, aijd his room
arc attractive and pleasant.
Keep out the cold and wet by using rub
bcr weather strips on your doors and win
dows. Blake will do the work for you.
Brakcu Okkick of Williams' Su-am Dye
Works, of Evansville, at Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
Tub Bulletin building dining room
is now open for the accommodation ol day
boarders. Application for board can b
made at The Bulletin office. Term,
$3.50 per week. J. Hi.xsoa.
tendered to the
IDvelyii Spyor. .
ATIIK.NETM. THURSDAY, EVE., JAN. Ed, I8?.
Admlsaion 60c. Ri-ered icata 75c. Foraaleet
II. & 1NCE,
NEW GUX SHOP,
Cor. Sixth PL sod Commrrrial Ave.
CAIIJO, : : : 1I.I.INOIS-
Gtinn, Pistols, Safes and Locks Kepaired .
Keys Made to order.
CH0K3 BOMNO ON BREACH LOADING OCX
All work poarantecd MtldV-tory. t rhraiwr ratM
Ibau can lie olitaini-d at any ulhi-r place In the ell.
Given hj the
FEBRUARY 4th, 17.
TICKETS 50 CU2JTS.
1 VKUYBOnY nhotiM attend. It
J auil Im'H tall of l be aumn.
will b the flrrl
OOMMTTTRB Of aliaASIIKMKSTS.
Itudcilph Hi'lifftcker. Jnlin M11UI3. L. U. Ilnrbart
Bteulipn Hi hWHuKz, Win. Alba, John A. Kuchli-r,
Kd. A. Budir.
For aCaae of tin' fiillowini? T)iono which the dU
rcrvnt number ol
Dr. Forbes' HEALTH PADS
Will not euro with Hmrkhlo Siiccesa.
v , t Chills oiid Fever, Dyspepsia, etc.
AO. ) price, f2.
( rtidncy, Spina and Bladder af
No. 2 : fectlons, and Nervous Prostra
v" " ,) Female Diseases and Womb Af
AO. -i . J fucti,,,,,,, iiric0 3,
. Inlbimatiop of the Lungs, Bron-
A0' ' ) chitia and Asthma. 1'rice, f 3.
Th above reward do not apply to ( alrvndf
In (hi! mirelcnl or fulal tajt'. On rorulpt of price
will M'liri l'ad by mull. Hownrit or Imitations, take
none but the VorbeH, Mend for circular to
UH. (1. W. FOUBR",
179 Elm rft.. Cincinnati. Ohio, and learn particulars
Important to lmallil. .