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gELLER'S COUCH SYBUP.
' 0Tl,(W.lXi)iot!lrnK . Il l the not pVtmut
akd pup'i'ar reuirilv (or l.'uugh. fold", Cronp,
Hoaivneti dud ill Itirual 4ml uug diwaar. ila
Wa in am- lt half a century, lot-tors recommend
tad jrtviriN- It. J. K. Yu'tmua, Loin; P. O., III.
m; "It hhviiI my iworU'.liln u tram tbu i;rvi
A L. fiiiurnnns, of ttnltlmon'. Mil.. alo say! "It
wUl cur ttf or-l eongh ImuWIutaly," Ak yonr
frtit or if-tn ml HUia'kcrppr lr it Mil Utrn ro
x4hr, l'rtvi. 50., M.d 11.00 pT hotlli'. Held
for tirtulr. It. K. Sfllera A, Co., Proprietors,
lltlrtuit.', llurclsy Bros., Ami.", Cairo.
yoromVlvraraHKLLEK' LIVKK Hit. have
5enlh aiauilard rcnuidy for Liver Cuniplalnt,
Catiii-nut. Mrk llradarli, I'alu iu boulilirn or
UarV. l)lripr(ip. Coaled Touku'. Vrt an 1 Aue,
and ull dl-wf arlclui; lnw de rnngnd state m the
Uvuror Slomarh. Thomaa Adaui, of Bijr Hnudy.
JkT.,M: 'SWIi-r'a Pill" have miViil hundred of
dollar In doctor' bill lu this ci.intry." It. K.
VUri A Co., Proprietors, I'llti-burp, Pa. Burrlay
Jro., Agra Is, Cairo.
fJUIE GREAT BLOOD TONIC
Tar thefnrc f all dlm-aws art-liur from luipow
tluod, and for lorltronttiiiic and utrifnittieiiint: me
, 1 ............ il.t),nilNtl,r
9 lull orUMI. Air iv ITl'-iur.
ed ud ciuarliirill Hai you lout yt'nr appetite ?
art yuu tiir, pain Id Uih bark. 4''! If Vr.
,lJa- Wood hrap'her will drlvfl out th- disease
ad brlox back the Bloom f ll.-iiUti. Pimpl-a,
Hoil. Krrslp.-Is, Ttt.-r, Salt Ithi-uiu. re but
wtoo U'dlmtions of Wood Ilie; u;d Dr. Llud
stj' Blo.l SearrhiT, by purlfyinu' tin- inn oolt
Mtfc akin and bcanlltlui tb cunpN'xKm. Suld
tr alldn(!il. 1 00 pfrboltlf . It K. Sl)or-.
jSprltur, I'ltuburu, IV Barclnv Hro., A.nnlH
11. MAIIEAX, M. 1).,
Homc-opathk 1'hyficUu aud Suioou.
tKfcx 18(1 Comaircll aninf. l:plilnDri corner
Foartrfulb bl. aud Wanbluxtoo atrnuu, Cairo.
' H. SMITH, M. D.
Oflke and Kiilf-nr e :
50. THIRTKKNTH BTliKKT. CAtlUt. III..
U. V.. AN. W'lUTLOCK,
Dental Su ration. ,
?rm No. 1V Commnrclal ATenuc, bwen
)R. W. C. JUCELYN, '
13 KN T.I ST.
OFPtCK Klghtk Stwct, now Commrtia! Afcunc.
g P. WIIEELElt,
Attorney ;at-I aw.
omCK-Oblo I.MW, tH t. Ponrth'aud rtJi t.
JINEGAR i 1.AXSDEX,
OFVICK So. 113 Comtantia Arnt.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
umciAL I'Al'KBOP ALKXANUKK COl'NTV.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinok
We ar anthorlr.i'd to announce tbn nMii of Ai.
tuu Coimo an a caadidatu lor City TrL.furr &t
6 fuimlug city clirtion.
We ar atborlzid to aDnonnfr th Eamn of Wai.
TiaL. HtunToi. i a camlidalf for tbr oftii c of City
'jTaurur, at the enuln: rbartrr eli-cilut.
W an- authorlr.rd to aiiooui.es W. J". Sciutkiikb
a a catidldaio for City Clvrk at tit approaching
"oiliB.- TO whom it may cokcekx. Tuu Cairo
llul)Uu Co., Mill pity uo tillr coutracU'd by any of
JIniploy , or uiiy one ronnc.ted with Tit it (111.
m, union ll.e anie rnsdo on a iltt-n onli-r
audited by mjn-lf, mid the order uiuil l: iini;h"d to
IV bill wbrn preur utej.
E. A. lli Kxr.iT,
8IKVAL Omrf, I
Cajro, III., Jau. 111. 1K79.
Time, liiir. 'flu-r. Hum Wind. Vfl. Weathir.
W. 5 (1-ir
H.W. 19 :ii-r
S. W. lj I'lc-ur
S p. m. , 8ti
Slaxlmum IVraperatnro. ffl'; Hiulinum" Tern
yurauirc, ii ; lUlnfalt, U 00 lurb.
, , . II. KAY.
. Scr't 8!unal Corp, t'. S. A
Tliu Ohio continues to swell,
No caws in the Police court, ycstmluy.
cither civil or criminal.
Mr. Morris' life was ineuted in a rcliu
Jile company l'or $,"),000.
The colorutl orator. J. Milton Turm-r.
jlin the city, tho guest of YV. T. Scott.
Cnpt. 0. V. Ntllis with tile tug
Lanri-1, started south ut 13 o'clock yot.-r-Jy.
Mayor Winter ill visit Curmi unin
o-day, being called thither ly private
Tlie Illinois Central pay cur will reach
Cairo to-day. No train that reaches here
is more cordially welcomed.
The Circuit Court pettit jury retire for
frurposes of deliberation from the, Arab
tvnguie house to the Arlington hotel.
The usual signs of sorrow were dis
played at the Delta engine house yesterday,
mi aecouut of the death of Mr, Morris.
Tim whaif-lionU will l,u Jn.their places
gai tliii morning, and natters ut the
wharf will wear their Accustomed nspect.
Mr. Wileoif. I.rother nf W.II. Wiltku,
aloccowd, removed the Udy of his brother,
yesterday, from the Seven Mile grave yard
to Villa Ridge.
Our Represent ative Mr. ll.illiday, has i.
troduoed a bill fr a law giving citius and
countiM tho right to appeal unit, without
ill ling an appeal bond.
y1. Mud')ek, the mother of the Mm -sd'cl
.. ''M iiiiioii '. on Siiii'lay,
The Delta nigino ltouso belfry is both
litndsonic aud ornamental, and is ou'j
tAtui tnm Hn w:tn f the enrniv.xU ly
t'io front of tho building which is very
much "also." Taken together, the effect Is
The "Royal oar No. 119," that makes
occasional trips over the HlinoiV ntral
carryiug the head men on tours of observa
tion, was in tairo yesterday.
Mr. W. H. ri strrmf.n is receding the
cougratultttions of frienda on his recent
re-installation as yard waster, iu tl is city,
ot tho IllinoWCcntr.il.
Stewart's cew boy is the second, and
not the first, as we stated yesterday. The
matter is of no particular couwjui'tioo, but
it is well enough to bo right.
The City of Vicksburg will probably
begin loading for Memphis and Vkksbnrg
ti-dav. She will if the wharf-bouts com-,
and there in no doubt that they will.
It was the Cery ashes thrown from the
Elevator furnace thtt set the adjoining coal
house ablaze, aud not ashes from the fire
box of a locomotive, cs stated by us jester
day. The. lauding barge of the transfer steam
er McComb was cut down by the ice yes
terdny morning. It was very strongly
built, timbers two feet thick entering into
The protracted meeting in tho M. E.
church, wns not commenced, on the close
of the temperance revive!. Prevailing
wekness and other causes iulervenod and
rendered a postponement nf-;esary.
Dr. Reynolds left for his home in
Roekford, by the aftemom train yer.terduy.
His mission to Anna has Iwea postponed
until the temperance men there quit quar
reling over their municipal contest.
Circuit Clerk, Jhn A. Reeve, was r.;
pointed master in chancer)-, yesterday, vice
John Q. llarninn, who has left tin? city.
The position is one that Mr, R;ve will f'il
Mr. 1). J. Paine, late of the 1t. fac
tory, 'has been installed is talesman in 1
superintendent in the lumber yard and
planing mill of Mr. Samuel Walters, a po
sitiou that he is entirely competent to
Messr. Cerrickt and P...-k-r en! let ted
on sul-senption, toward payi eg for th- re-
moval of the ye!h:v fever dead, left cit tin
temporary burying ground after pmute
contnets had been fultiiled, the suta nf i'.'i'i
Dr. Reynolds tcrnk such a f..iicy to the
temperance song, "God helping me, 1 wii!,M
written by Will S. flayes tied d'dieuted t.i
the Cairo Reform club, that he proptisvs lt
add it to his budget of songs acd uk- it
w herever he goes.
The attention of the Circuit O.irt yi--
tenUy was dtveted to a case brought heir
by change of venue from Pulaski county.
The case owes its origin to certain questions
of right concerning property belon
ng to i
tlie Nenniuger estate.
Tim fit. Louie, Iron Mour.ti.in utid
Southern railroad company has sealed its
troubles with the Darings and other foreign
bondholders.With this settlement the difl'-r-entsuits
againct the company pending in
the Federal and State court.-, fall to the
The gentleman who propounded the
impertinent inquiry to Judye IUrker. wns
on the stool of repentance yesterday. He
ranks among the cleverest of our citizens;
but whisky serves him as it js most
menrobs them of both judgment aud
McMillian, ihc otMroperous deckhand,
who menaced ptliccr Hogunand Aldqiimu
Yoeura, with a dead'y bludgeon, and who
manifested a desire to t:ike the scalp of Mr.
E. Powers, was fined forty-five dollar and
forty-five cents. A heavy fine, but the ca-e
absolutely warranted it.
Shortly after steam was raised in the
Box factory yesterday, a fine of one of the
boilers bursted. The fires were put out,
mechanics were set at work to repair the
damage, and at twelve o'clock the estab
lishment resumed operations again. That
was quick work, for a verity.
Such of our citizen's as occasional ly
visit Chicago, will regret to hear that Mr.
Jewett Wilcox has resigned his position of
manager of the Tremont House, in that
city. If he can do nothing better, Cairoites
have a hearty welcome for him, if he will
return home and reopen the St. CharleH.
-Mr. Will Haythorn, brother of Oscar,
has purchased Mr. B. F. Livingston'H in
terest in the firm and effecta of Messra. O.
Haythorn & Co., and will, hereafter, be an
active, interested fixture of the establish
ment. Tiir IKiLiiBTtN is ready to under
write that the new firm will deserve well of
The ice in the river was greatly thaw
ed yesterday, but a steady stream of it
continued to come all day long. 1 It Is
much lighter than on Sunday and Monday,
and will probably have all disappeared by
to-morrow night id thu furthest. River
men urv in hopes that navigation ! will be
resumed iu earnest the latter part of tho
While officer Andy (Vm was on his
rounds, lute Monday night, he discovered
the old Baumgiird rookery on the corner of
fVvcnli timl Popular, In be in the Incipient
slaocw-r n conll.igidiiiui. Much lo' the
' ' '' ncb;!ibof-
oo, no gave, ia , aiarm. Even 11,1.; Hi"
inmate hud been awakened, their ue
lay in coming down encouraged the hope
that tho old man ti.ip would still burn up;
bul ti e fl-uncs im.dj n.ich slow hei.dvwy
CAIKO MUn ft EjN
thi t they wtro easily i.xtinuisl.i d. "Aud
that's alt Tin: Ik ii i tin )m ag.i'tist Ary
Toia D i!on nn another eolorfd man
ciignged in itn argry a!ti rcat'on, n-ar the
New York sfore, yiterday afternoon, in
trying to iKldo which ouu of the tw had
paid for the hibt whisky. Tom concluding
thaf, as wetdi were not regarded us cm
vineing arguiu'nt, he would fry the effect
of b'.ows, and gctlitring a brick bat be
dealt his s.:'.tagonit a blow iu the uioutt
that brok.; all I.W 1'wi.t teeth.
Then wi re more drunken men oi. the
streets, yesterday, tiu-n wo have s-;tu in
Cuiro, during the month pntt. One nun
toppled over at the curncr of Teiuh and
Commereia!, aiiui 3 o'clock yrferdf.y
afternoon, the drurkert human bring we
cvr sw. Hut for hi" occasional Isb.uinus
brc'Sthinu', the fellow would have shown no
Signs of life w hattier. The headache that
was "wdutig around the corner" for him,
wus big c!io.)gh to burst an iron pot.
. Ju i-'e Crawford adkd a rulo to thorH'
tl.ut are intended to gow rn in our Circuit
Court rv!Q, viv: "No Stacking." Nothing
that it no: in dinvt. violation of law d.
tracts mow iV'inihi! ilr e.f dtgnity i:s:iully
worn by our Circuit Court, that to see law
yrf, juror :.ud audiece-.' enveloped in a
cloucl of u.''javo Mi.okt'. To see the Judge
hiir.ffll (as w n.vtr !;: Judg II irker)
adding t) th'; ien--tj of the tl ating
volutun, rjii'kr. the thing o:fecive to th"
pitch of e:s;w r.vi'in.
Ilcpresi-i.'.KUVc! Robin" in, fr'.KQ this
Senatorial district, hss introduced a bit! iu
the Genual Assembly, providing for the
appropriation of $30,000 to J ickson couu
ty, sfJO.Ol'K) Union county un-l $15,000 fur
Alt;xander county to be ued in dr oning
tad reclaiming invrfiuweil huvlx. The
judiv:lnts expenditure rf tlie money asked
tor would render mrv thousands of acres
of the richest lands in the world fuscepti
bli! of the highe-t constant cultivation, and
would, in t'vj long run, prove a TvryiDiWe
investiu-nl of public nionty.
- A.4 tiler are s:ore- of hou"ek"eper in
the city who will not agree vith "Brity"
in her conclusion that there U no available
retuedv for the "hired-htlp1' evil of which
XaMnj ,01l,j)I);ill,d, we cun r0;l.l)!1:l!j;v .
peet a further dircusi'in o: thv stibj-t.
As the matter is one in whirl, the female
portion of the comiuuiilty fsel an abiding
interest, a rof-'onable portitet of or.r space
will be hurrcrub rI t ) f hos: who tuay have
notions which they desire to uke public.
--We have but thre-. Southern Illinois
p-.per.i on our exchange list that have not
on niy ihe.lnred fur .lodge Mulkey for the
Nip-eme Ju!c'l.ip. I'tiiess Bellci Hie, that
seems to have a ma:i for all the positions
offering, r resenw a candidate, thp Judge
will have no opposition. No mt.n .vr of
fered himself for an official position, in
oi!lh":n Illinois, at lenst, who r.t-.ited a
more tialteriiig "sund off" than has been
accorded to Judge Mu'.key. Ho has a
large personal acquaintance and is known
s a lawyer, in all prt.s of the Crand Di
vision, and from ro quarter, as yet, hive
we he:;rd a worJ of outspoken epposi
tioti. --ro'.-rth ward yiii:gsters-fkil'.ed per
foti.rfrs on the moult harp, jews-harp,
fi.igeolet, banjo tiivl bones, are r'-henrsing
for a public entertainment. The greatest
difliculty they encounter is to k tip down
the number of performers so that the
troi.pe will not include the audience. Roys
in all parts of that neighlwrbood .'ire prac
ticing hand-walking, band-springs, the
lioneless-mau business, holding a lighted
candle Jr. the mouth, and eating Cre and
blowing out ribbons, in tlie hope that be
fore Saturday evening next they will be
thought dcserv ing a place on the programme.
Reserved seats ten cents, and "improper
characters ri:;oroib!y excluded."
The .-aloon keepers of the city think it
a great hardship that, pending their appli
cation for a reduction in the price of I - nsu
the Marshal should be Kt-t alter them m
compel thoru to take out license at the old
rate of $303. At the l.vt meeting of the
city council a resolution was passed fixing
tho price for tb'j present year at $100, and
instructed the, ordinance committee to pre
pare nn ordinence to that eflect. In view
of this action, and tho possibility that the
license will be reduced, the baloon keepers
insist that they ought not be compelled to
take out license at the present price. There
seems tobe no loop hole of escape for them,
Our cotemporary of the Vinccnne Sun
says that a movement is ou foot in that
city to induce the Cairo and Vincennes
railroad company to move their repair and
other shops from Cairo and Carmi to Vin
cennes. "This would,'' continues tho 8un,
"add a population of at least two hundred
laborers and their families to oar city, and
it would permanently Mccurc for distribu
tion among our inerdiautt, all the earnings
of this largo body of men." Wo aro not
at all alarum! at tin prospect, in this par
ticular, for i!v..ral reasons, one ol which is
that Cairo might sirvivc; another that the
removal is impr amble from the fort that
Cairo is the better ocatiou; and thirdly, If
tnc company slioull require tho expense ol
the removal to bo irovided for, Yinccnu s
would not turnish tiu nioney.
Wo caught the rumor on tho street
jesienlay, Vmt Mr Thomas J, Keith's
f-'"ti t:t uiv ii.hnind pn ..lar-1') I oi,. .)(ln
1....1 to indue.! it,...
City Treasurer. Aa i ' ,,vn
lens who mayaspirct v.v .uUlhu t Al
sp.inj, Tus Bui.u::n ixpa'ii',, i,,'' m,
KS I A V JI0KN1 . ( f, .IANUAKY 22. 1879.
patt; but, in advunceof his tvowod can
didacy, wo may with tntiro. propriety, we
thii.k,nJorsr. Mr. Kcrth as one of the vry
bwttnin in tho city for that office. Jlo
ruts all the rjualitlcatloiis. 1I is hocert. Ho
is capable. He is courteous and obliging
in bisdeinnaiior, and like tho great majority
of us, U p-cr enor.gh U r-ied tho umolu
intifts. lf,; f(.,,ifatioii unsiuirched
by liciont. o; iltiin itliitig h tblf-, is one of
th" best vo';iiUnts in Cairo, and has hosts
of friend.; w to would rally to his s ipjiort
earncMiy vv, cordially, should hn yield to
thfl pressure. ;.ud coiisrt Ui Iwvotne a can
didatf. -fbt yellow lVver experts who went
SjutU with the Corgressionai committee,
made diligent inquiry a to the origin of
tho disease, last hummer, and are unani
mously of the opinion that it was brought
to Ntw Orleans direct from Cuba. The
committee recommend, therefore, a fitrin
geat national quarantine; and this recom
mendation will meet the hearty endorse
ment of the people. The outcry raised that
it wi!'. ruin the southern export business,
should have hut little weight. Better ruin
the exort business in that way titan have .
it ruined, as it was last summer, by the
presence of a disease that swept off its tens
of t!ious:.!jds, and drove two-thirds of th
baluiioe of the population to distant points
of safety. The money upended by the
refuireet, ai.ii for the care of th yellow
fiver tick arid dead, would have paid for
the "export" had all of them .e-u irre
coverably sunk in the Atlantic ocean. It
is inhuman and monstrous to put dollars
and C T.ts in the balance against the alarm,
sickness, suffering, destitution and death
that afflcted the south last summer. Cairo,
and the whole Ohio valley, have a deep
interest in' this matter, and can and will
have but little patience with or resncet
for the man who would defeat measures
looking to the protection oi the life of the
citiztn, becaus, forsooth, his business
meanwhile, might suffer a material dimin
ution. The suggestion is simply mon
strous, and shouldn't Iw entertained fur a
THE HIKED HELP gTKSTION.
"UKKVITV" SCOC.KSTK THAT FRSK rCUVAUY
hCHHU BU IsfAJlUSUKD.
l.'OItor Cairo Bulltclu:
We hr.ve rcid in th columns of the
Sunday Riu.r.nx, tti i.otnplaint ot "A
Sufferer," and do not think that her plan
for preventing the incfticit ney of Ahired
help," could be scc-fully execut.-d; or
the remm that the ladies have differint
ideas as to l.ow work should lie dorp, and
runsvqiioritly there exists among them
quite a variety of opinion as to what con
stitutes a good servant. The bt modi.- of
reform thut is now perceptible to our mind
is this: Let there be. established in every
'city and town, Culinary Schools for the
gratuitous education of those who intend
to grace the kitchen. And as our theory
is too expensive a one to be ctlily
adopted, we f-ar that "A Suff-rer's" suffer
ings will r -ci:;.in unmitigated for Lt least
anot'ier qunrur of a century.
No one .an w i.os the suffering nf the
baby, witi.ou' f-'llr,;-. of extreme pity; for
Ihes" sirfferie.g,, huwvi r, Dr. Bu'
! S;."-p is a s..vi reign remedy.
;..scaiu 1KKM, !F7S. lloN. R,
Wro. M. Atherton guardian of Lulu and
William, minor heirs of James II. Atherton
deceased returned inventory of real and
personal property which was approved and
ordered that said guardian sell personal
property for cash or on credit as may seem
for best interests of estate. I
Claim of John Glade for $23 00 vs. estate j
of Phil. K. Howard deceased allowed as:
7th chiM. I
Claim of Mrs. Samuel Williamson for
$17 15 vs. same estate examined, and
$10 .10 allowed in full as 7tli class. 1
Claim of Frank Oozzolo for $9C 00 vs. ,
same ck-tate submitted, evidence heard and
claim not allowed.
Claim of Win. McKcndry for $3 00 vs.
smie estate, allowed as 7th cIiihr, j
Claim of A. Black tor $3 SO m. sauie es
tate, allowed as 7th class,
Claim of Jacob Walters for M PC vs.
same estate, allowed as 7th class.
Final report of Elias M. Glasgow, ad
ministrator of the estate of Jcsso Glasgow,
deceased, approved and ordered of record.
Administrator discharged on filing receipts
Final report of Richard Fitzgerald, ad
ministrator of the estate of Thomas O'Kccfe
tloccaacd, approved and ordered of record.
Administrator discharged oa filing receipts
Will of Michael Dugan, deceased, admit
ted to probate, and ordered that letters is
huo to Mrs. Ellen Dugan as executrix of
said last will and testament. -
Fou a good shavn for ten rents, a good
lialrcutfor twenty-five cunts, go to Henry
Schick' baber shop, No. 113 Commeiiial
Notil'K.--After this dstc nil ptKnls bought
in the city and hnukd tithe store by dnvs
will lc reqeir 'd 1 ' ; i. ii .Icl. ', i r
obtain fine ; ,1 ,m at thr t fv- r sm.b de
livery, (whim no mvi.ic.ii is brought with
In ivei". ' !" ' "
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Di ICKNlX DRUG STOHK
COH.WMMKUCIAI. A V. AND K1QHTKKJSTJ I ,
tiKO. K. O'lIABA, Proprietor,
"nppilwt wltli a full iyck of I'rc.b Dra)(, .Vtdli ltr and Cbmkal erf nuilooUed purity.
clft4iTtI",SnV''urp,,,',r,:'l','r5'' VrMl'' aid a PiillLlueaf all the popslar Pikal family
-l.t--!!l'l!!icrr'in,l Attention irlwn to the is.iiiponudincol' phjhlrian' presrriplimia.
A CHOrCK VOLUME. I
From Dark to Dawn, bv Rev. Daniel !
March. D. D. Published by J. 0.
MeCurdy 1 Co.. St. Louis, Mo.
We are glad to welcome another book
from the able, graceful and faclnating pett
of tbW priuce of writers of Bible literature.
To six who have rrnst'ED the poetic
glowing pages of "nhuit scrx'ES in thk
BIRI.K," the mere announcement of a new
work will be hailed with pleasure. Ming
ling wilh the wild senn of Gideon's Night
Attack, and the sad vision granted to
Nehemiali of tho desolation of Jerusalem is
a 1-eautiful diserfption of the midnight sun
off the t oast of Norway within twelve
hundred mites of the North Pole. The. Night
of Betrayal wakuns the deepest emotions of
loving hearts, and we shudder at the dark
nes of noonday, and weep at the grave in
the dark shaddows of night feeling with
intense vividness the events hi marvelous
skill ha depicted. This bool; is precious to
the believer and its literary excellence,
rare wrd painting, and poetic imagery
make it a very delightful work for univer
sal perusal. :
I h!e examined with some enr", Dr.
March's httst work 'Troiu Dark to
Dawn," and can unqtiallitirdly commend it
lo all the lours of entcrlainitig and profit
able reading. The book and the canvasser,
Mr. Fiae.k Luttrell are well worthv of
patronau'i . W. 1. Wittaki!r.
I love rot read Dr. March's last work,
'From Dark to Dawn," but the well known
character and ability of the author guar
antee its excellence. Mr. Framt Luttrell,
who is canv.ss.sing for it, certainly deserves
all p.-ibb: encouragement.
D.-Nj. Y. Okoroe.
Our Mlow townsman, Mr. Frauk Lut
trell is now canvassing this city for this
work Hnd will give our citizens tlie oppor
tunity to procure it. Give him your pa
tronage and you will never regret it.
Fkkk OY.TKn lunch fvtry night at half-pa-t
eight o'cliKk, is spread by Harry
Aix the fined brands of cigars and to
ba.'", line cut and plug, mecrhauni and
other pies, cigar holders, ete., etc., a large
and varied ifiek, for sale at wholesale and
retail, ut F. Koromyers, Sixth street near
Blank IxxAs in stock or made to order
by Ambrose pyatt. Paper Emvs manufac
tured t) order. Call at the Beth tin Build
ing, or addre-s him through the po.futhVe.
XkwsI'J'J.ki', School Books Inksof the
best brands, Albums, Otl'ce Fixti;ri-,
Brackets P ce-iN. Ste, 1 l',-ns tci I a variety
of Stationery, t-.'l at very low figures, always
on hand ut Aiulirost Ptatt's News anl
Stationar)' Stand, Bulletin Building Pomcr.
Klut out the cold and wi-t by using rub
ls-r weather strips on your doors and win
dows. Blske will do the work for you.
Tii Bulletin Imildiug dining room
is now open for tho accommodation of day
boarders. Application 'for lioard can lx
made at Tin: Bu.li.tin office. Terms,
$150 per week. jl Hinson.
Important to those w ishing to save mon
ey in purchasing their w inter loots and
shoes., . We have on hand and ure ftill re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men's
boots and shoes, all styles and sizes, of the
1k'1 St. Louis and Cincinnati hand-made
goods, which we sell lower than ever be
fore, and lower than like goods ran be ob
tained anywhere in the city. We also
have a gissl line of ladies shoes of the lest
manufacture, from a fine kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, sold
vcrycW. O. Koch,
No. HO Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street.
(JAIKO CITY KKRUY CO.
M1AVSS LSATS LBAVtS
Puajt Ponrth at Missouri I.nud'jj. Kentucky l.il'i;.
I a. ui.
10 a. m.
h:K a. m,
I0:S0 s. n.
:,10 p. n.
V a. iu.
1 p. iu.
S p. m.
CAEUliUW AND UAums. ,
t'oy - .
. id ts-l, SIKH is,, , . ,,..,iy. Hopiilrhiit of nil
klnil ui vrhiri,., ,),;, r(ilvind on abort uo
DRUG WOK K.
Jcst received ut Thk Bn.Ti;TiM office:
20 Reams extra heavy letter heads.
yo " m,t(j
20 thousand I t and Hi lb bill heads.
20 Reams statements. &
lo Brums bills biding.
A large lot of linen letter and w.u
30 thousand XX white and amber en
velopes, liest quality, for the Cairo trad...
AMbftOsR Pi'ATT keep a lull supply r.;'f
all tlie Text Books t:-e l in the Cairo publb
schools. He is sImi supplied with Pencils,
all grades of Writiri: Paper, everything it.
fact that enters into the outfit of school chil
dren. To SAI.OOS KKKri.KTS;Msll:l;s, anu.'m.l
OTI1KKB ISTKRKSTKU. -k.ull lire hep-by noti
fied that your license wi re due mi .lannarj
fovt; and all those in arrear on IVbrui.rj
first will he arrested irrcjtctive of p, n-r.-,
C. D. Akti.ii,
Joi: Ronkkkk, hH-,iiig taken the riN.-i
at the corner of Furt--tith i;nd Was,i:jtr
ton avenue, lately wupied by I'.ttliA
Bird, has opened a saloon which will U
found first-class in every appoint im nt, T
his old friends tnd the public eeiiin.lly,
he extends a cordial invitation to call. lib
bur is supplied with only the choiect ot
wiucs. liquors and conlial, and his r.scr.
ar- attract; traacl ile:i-ai:t.
Branch Orncv. of William' Steam .
Works, of Evaosville, at Mrs. James' V
47 Eighth stmt, Cairo, Ills.
Coal! Com..-F. M. Ward ha oul,,:,.
the bet quality of coal for sale at the in..
ketpric. Very low. He will U-n buv. N
a large Mock of wood of ull kind. .;
hwell known te every body and we tn;.,
he w:!I receive his full hhre of p.
tn.nhge. XKW AbVKKTl-ii.JO VT.
ttadertd to lb
ATII K N KTM, Till' KCD A Y, KVE..JAN. . id, l-;i
Adml 1pi. 5i
K-!" rrd at: an Tic. IVr' i:
.F.W f.l.S MIPP.
xi: w av.s sno i
l.'r. Stlli t. suit t 'outur ixl A...
I'Allil), : : H.I.l.SOi-
Gull!, PL-lols, Safes and Lcks J.Vpam-,; .
Kcyi Made to order.
CHOKE HOltlNliONr.RKAClM.OAMNi.i l N
A M'KC t.KVn .
All work fiikranti'i-d natl-fm-tnrv, it rlu-vii-r ::,t, .
thAiirnu be obtmini d at aiiy otbi r plti In tin .
MAI KHAPE HAM.
CiiVi'D liy thp
Turiutr 1 1 x 1 11 .
FEIIKUAKY llli, 17J.
TICKETS. . ,
IVKKYliOliY.honM atlHiil. It i!l ),, ti,,. r, .
I J mnl tit-ft Imll i,f Di,, .i h-oii,
IOMMIiTI K UK AnHANURV'm.
Undolpli Ucti.in lj'-r, .1 nli II Mtilzlj. J., i!. ..rli.'"
mephcH Si liwaallt, Win. AIU, Johu A, Ko. hi, .'
Jul. A. llmler.
KoruCiweof ihf fullun mj? Hii-hps whluh tli i
fi Trill lllllClljlTH ot ,
Dr. Forbes' HEALTH m
Will not care with JU uiarkaliU' sa.sr,,
v , ,1 CTdlls and Fever, Dyspcpsin, ck.
M). I . ,,ric(l) .j
( Kidney, Spine and Bladder nf
No. 2 1 fections, and Nervous iWtr'.
( tion. Price, $J,
i. .,,) Femalo Diseases and Womb
ft0, ,f lections. Price $i.
, S Infiamatio' -of t'u !."'
' ) et itis and Athn: ,
"T I -
i in- ,,l"i," ri'wmil (lorn ii , v , ,. i.c lot' swiK a'ri.'iey
In tl.c siiitflent or fntiil stii's, oil lori'ipt ui pri,
will m ini IV! In- imiil. Ilevs nro ol Iniltutluns, liun
liotiu but tliu I'urkes, Muud fur clrcii'nr In
it. ii. w. mitiips.
IT Kim t., Clnrlntnll. Olio, aud learu purilculars
liiioilatit to invalid.