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Nr 1.0ilO.K lHilllr sold. It l the mot pleasant
aud Mpnlr remedy for roughe. told, tronp,
ItnamwM ml ell throat and luutf dlwa.'.
Md prencrilw J- K. Voumau, I-oii 1'. O., 111..
,ye: "It eaved niytwo children frem the iirave.
A 1. Hlnimoua, of Baltimore, Md., ali i)h: "It
will cure tb worst couta Immediately." Ak your
.kuKri-l or general atorukeeper fur It nrt take no
other, I'rkoa, aud JI.U0 per bottle. 8end
lor cln-ular. K. K. Heller & Co., I'roprUtore,
Mttaburg, I'. Barclay Brim., AyonU, Cairo.
i In um fur null fi-uturv. irociorp nivumiuruit
yroTeryearSELLKHJt LIVKH FILLS have
breathe aundard remedy lor Liver Complaint,
'tlvennMt, Kick Headache, l'in In Hhouldera or
buck, Ulxatne, Coated Tonjrne, Fever aud Ague,
ad kit dlM' erlalug from derauged elataof the
.Liver or Stomach. Thome Adam, uf Mil? Bandy.
Kv ., mti: 'Seller'a Fill have tared bundreda of
etollan In dorloni' bill In thU 0001117. 1
ttaiier A Co., Frgprlelur. Fltuburg, Fa. Barclay
kroa., Ajteuu, Cairo.
IJUIE GREAT BLOOD TOXIC
Fwe the rare if ill dleae arising from Impure
blood, and for Inrlgoratiug and alrvnulhenlug the
ilalorgana. Are vou weak, uttoqh, debilitated,
ytu aud emaciated r Have you Ion your appetite T
Ht yon nauaea. pain In the hark. Act If eo, lr.
Iiadery'a Blood Searcher will drlre oat (be dtneaao
and bring back tha Bloom of Health. Pimple,
BoUa, Krrnlpelea. Tetter, Halt Khentn. .. ire but
earface Indication or Blood Diaraee; and Dr. l.iud
art 'a Blood Searcher, br purifying the ayatcm on
es tike akin and beanUIue the compteiion. Hold
all drngnlaU. tl.Olljperbottle. K. K. Keller,
Faoprietor, Fttubnrjj, Pa. Barclay Uro., Aenl
iy II. MARF.AN, M. I).,
Homeopathic Physician aud Surgeon.
iaV 1.16 Commercial arrnue. Besldenve corner
fourteenth 81. and Washington a venae, Cairo.
K. SMITH, M, D.
Offlee and BeMdenee :
KO. THIRTEENTH BTIIKET, CAIRO, ILL.
JJR. E. W. VTUITLOCK,
, Dental Surgeon.
l)rnc No. 13(1 Commeidal Arenue, lieiwaen
KltftUi and Ninth Strwui
"HR. W. C. JOCELYN,
mCE Kigblk Street, r CemncK'Ul Atenne
g P. WHEELER,
4JIYICS Ohio Lcvre, hr. Fourth and Kiith ata.
JINEGAR & LANSDKN,
WICK-No. 118 Commercial Arenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
omcIAL PAPER Or ALEXANDER COl'NTY.
Only Mominjr Daily in Southern Illinois.
art uthortard to annoanr tha nunc of Au
MsoCoKixoa a a candidate for City Treaaurer at
tM eaaninc city election.
We re athorlied to announce the came of Vi'tir
niL. BBirrotaat candidate for the office of City
UTeirtrer, at the ceasing charter election.
We ire authorixed to tsnoonte W. F. Kchci-beki
m a candidate tor City Clerk it Ue approichlng
Sonca.-TO romit aT oorcibk. The Cairo
Ballclla Co., will pay no billa contracted by toy of
Ita employe, or my one connected with Tin Ut'L
um, nnleaa the aaine It made on 1 written order
algDtd by aijaelf, and the order mud be attached to
the bill hen preaented. .
K A. BriiNETT,
8;otAi Orr in. I
Caiho, 111., Jan. 24. IH79.
time. Bar. Tber. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
7 S K.
Maximum Teuiperatore. MB; Uiulmoni Tern
fteratnre, : lUlnfalt.tt 00 Inch.
W II. RAY
Serj't Signal CorW U. 8. A.
Hon. T. W. Halliday is in thn city.
Mrs. Thompson Bird wus over lrom
Mr. Obcrly returned from Springfield,
yesterday morning, and is now in the city.
Large quantities of cotton, chiefly
from Arkansas and Teias, are going tor
vard by the Illinois Central duily.
We are glad to learn, as wc do from
the Argus, that Mr. John Q. Ilonnuu 1ms
juite recovered from his recent sick new.
Several car loads of mules were dis
charged into the stock pens yesterday ; hut
nere promptly forwarded to their destina
At i It ,
we acknowledge me receini 01 tnu
Illinois Year Book and Almanac, for 1879,
published by Donnelly, Gossett & Loyd,
Chicago, for sale by Geo. E. O'llara.
The Illinois Central whnrfbout hnd
not been returned to her place yesterday
evening. The ice was running quite heavi
ly, and bore directly in to the Illinois shore.
The wagon mails leading into Cairo
are, Ix-yond the levees, submerged to a
depth that cuts off communication, by that
xnca&s, with Mound City and other xAaU.
Mr. and Mrs. Jewett Wilcox arrived
in this city, by the afternoon train yesterday,
and are still here. This arrival hus inspired
the hopo that Mr. W. will agaii take charge
of the St. Charles hotel.
"Gab," who attempts to deal with tho
hired-help problem, is rather ill-natured.
We overlooked her ill-grained personal al
lusion to "Naomi," until it wu too lute to
etclude It, conveniently.
About twenty minutes of Hon J. Mil
tm Turner's lecture, Thursday night was
devoted to the "duty of colored men." Wo
re told hy those who heard the lecture
that, although this pnrt of it was entirely
extemporaneous, it was the most finished
piece of oratory ever heard in Cairo. Mr.
Tumor was still in Cairo yesterday.'
From Dr. Dunning, who is attending
the case, we learned, last night, that Mrs.
C. R. Stuart has passed the crisis in her
disease, and will, if there is no untoward
The Steamer Howard was still on the
other side of the river, yesterday evening.
It is quite probable, therefore, that the
dance that was talked about yesterday,
didn't come on last night.
Judging from the many hundred vis
iting cards now being printed at The Bcl
letin office, the ladies of Cuiro intend de
ing an extensivo amount of calling during
the coming pleasant weather.
Capt. Dean, our lellow-citizeii, and for
years connected with the St. Charles and
Arlington hotels, has accepted a position in
Mt. Vernon as manager of the Continental.
His family left for their new home yester
day. Marbh Warren, now a resident of St.
Louis, "came home" yesterday afternoon,
looking very tnueh as Marsh Warren always
did. We are glad to hear that he is prose
cuting a thriving business in the "future
Mr. Micheal Hourigan is converting
one of the buildings in the Clarke block
into a boarding house. This establishment
under way there will be six boarding and
eating houses, in that locality, in an uubro
There is a "tramp congress', jut below
the Xarrow-gauge dump, where from
twelve to twenty tramps may be found at
onv time. niVht or dav. It is not known
that they harm anybody, but we hardly re
gard them as desirable neighbors.
Services M. E. Church, corner Eighth
and Walnut streets, Sunday, as follows:
Preaching by the pastor 11 o'clock a. m.
and 7 p. m. Subject in the evening: "Tem
perance." Strangers in the city and all
others are cordially invited. Seats free.
A truckman, working at the Illinois
Central depot, had his leg broken, yester
day morning, hy the fall of a bole of cottou,
which he was in the act of removing. He
was immediately removed to his home for
treatment. We did not learn his name.
No. 1 of volume 3, of the Egyptian
Star, a six-page amateur paper, of w hich
W. L. Wright is publisher, found its way to
Thk Bcu-etin exchange table, yesterday;
and, we must confess that it i a neatly
printed little sheet, and tilled with matter
that would do no discredit to older pens
Under rule 3 of order 1, posted in po
lice headquarters, all citizens who hap
pen to lie abroad when the worse for
liquor, can claim a police escort to their
several homes. In many cases home is the
very place where the drunken citizen
doesn't want to go, and where, most likely,
he is not wanted.
In addition to other appliances for
handling freight, the Narrow-gauge hss
completed an inclined trackway, leading
from the depot floor to the platform below,
which conveniently communicates w ith the
river. The truck is worked by machinery
and greatly facilitates the transfer business
from depot to steamboat.
The majority at Wall Street, houses and
men, have a worm wide reputation lor
soundness and honesty. The old house of
of Alex. Frothinghum & Co., 12 Wall
Street, Xcw York, is entitled to absolute
confidence. They state that an investment
of about $100 made recently returned over
$1,000 in less than sixty days. S nd lor
their circular, free.
It is with feelings of genuine pleasure
that we announce Joe Cormiek's reinstate
ment in his position of passenger conductor
on the Illinois Central between Cairo ami
Centralia. Joe had filled the place so long,
and had given such entire satisfaction to the
traveliug public, that his absence created a
conspicuous void that no stranger could fill.
But Joe is in his place again, und men,
women, children everybody who rides on
the Illinois Central, is glad of it.
Tho omission of Mr. McDowell's name
from our brief notice of the Evelyn Spyer
entertainment was not an intentional slight,
but a necessity growing out of the want of
space at that hour of the night. Mr. Mc
Dowell proved himself an artist of great
versatility, appearing equally well, and
always well, alike in the humorous, the
tragic and pathetic. He added very con
siderably to the interest of the entertain
ment. Mrs. Fannie Potter, wife of Mr. H. F.
Potter, who is publisher of the Cairo Ar
gus and editor and publisher of the Weekly
Argus Journal, died at her home in Mound
City, Thursday noon. Her remains were
buried at Beech Grove Cemetery, yester
day forenoon, a large- number of friends
and acquaintances following thera to the
grave. We extend to Mr. Potter, ns we aie
sure his friends everywhere do, 'an expres
sion of our sincere sympathy.
-Early yesterday morning the Chief of
Police wus notified to lookout for a uiHn
who would come to Cairo by tho transfer
steamer. Morgan, and bring with him a
trunk which was believed to contain the
dead body of a man. Calling officer Sheu
ham to his assistance, the Chief boarded
the Morgan, arrested the man deacrilied, and
took charge of the trunk. Ia due time an
examination waa made, the trunk was
emptied and was found to contain nothing
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATUBDAV MOKMiyj, JANUARY 25, 1870.
that was in any way suspicious. - With
proper apologies .for his detention, the
suspected man was snt lulrift.
Fnr.D HoKHKiNK has started a blacksmith
shop again, at the old stand near Sixth and
Commercial avenue, where he will do all
kinds of blacksmithing, wheel-wrightiug
and horse-shoeing, cheap, riiKAr, CHEAP,
for Cash. Everybody knows that he has
lutm in the biuines before, is a skilled and
honest workman, who always gave entire
satisfaction. He now asks all his old cus
tomers and as many new out as may
please to come, to give hiui a trial once,
and he will make his prices to suit the
-Our reporter arrived t a conclusion
respecting the ltioenix Drug Store sign,
that was warranted by surface appearuaees
but not by the facts. The sign was painted,
as a special favor to Mr. O'Hurrt, ly the
boss painter of the Illinois Central railroad,
who lives in Centralis, and enjoys the re
spect of all who know him. He is, as the
sign in question proves, one of the most
artistic pointers, in the State of Illinois.
The painter "without a habitation or a
nume," Is also a master hand with a brush,
but he didn't paint the O'Hara ign.
In replying to a statement of Tub
BtXLKTix, that not one of the many fat
places subject to tne disposition.of the pres
ent Republican Legislature, had been given
to a nefro, Barton, of the Carbondulc New
Era, says, that but for the better luck of an
Africun, black as tho acc of spades, he, Car
ton, would now be toasting his shins, in the
capitol building, as second assistant dour
keeper, under pay of four dollars a day,
and perquisites. We stand corrected, to the
extent of one third rate door-keeper; but
are sorry that Barton is the loser by reason
of the fact that enforces the exception.
Thk r)Pi.p. op Cairo need not be told
that Mr. W. M. Davidson is one of the
most skilled aud reliable workers in tin
and sheet iron thnt ever located in Cairo.
He demonstrated that fact many years ago;
but that he may demonstrate it again, he
has established himself in the rear of Mr.
Bristol's family grocery, where, supplied
with all necessary tools and appliances, he
hopes to receive orders from thue needing
his services. He is prepared to perform
any kind of work, from the patching of a
pint cup, to the roofing and guttering of a
depot. He proposes to do good, honest
work at living prices', and is not without
hopo that his fellow-citizens will bestow
upon him a liberal share of their patron
age. While engaged in clearing the county
roadway this side of Cache river, Cupt. Orr
had all available timVter cut up JBto cord-
wood and stacked up on the .ground. It
was a good quality of firewood and readily
commanded, in this market, two dollars
and a half a cord. During the prevalence
ot the scourge of last fall, the Captain and
Lis family were absent from the city, per
haps a month or more. During that inter
val every stick of his wiynl was stolen,
hauled away and sold, perhaps in the
Cairo and Mound City market. Of a hun
dred cords or more left racked upon the
ground, the con?ienceles scoundrel didn't
leave enough' to run the Captain through
the winter. In fact they didn't even leave
the t-m king stakes. The wood stolen wa
worth, at tho lowest estimate, I1.-.0. , 1
We admonish the married men ot
Cairo to take eare of themselves. Only a
few days ago, in one of the towns of North
ern Illinois, a husband got out of his warm
bed and went but into the back yard to get
wood with' which to build the morning lire.
Not returning as he was expected to do,
search was made for him, and he was
found, frozen stiff, near the wood pile
where he had toppled over. This incident
should admonish the husbands of Cairo not
to disregard customs that have the sanc
tion of long usage. If the man in question
had remained in bed and permittcil his
wife to bring in that wood, he would, to
day, be alive and well, No man can, with
impunity, override an ull-pervadiiiir cus
tom; and while in the matter of making
morning tires, it may not always prove fatal,
it is sure to prove disagreeable. Hence it
is the suggestion of lwth prudence and
safety to let the "women's sphere" remain
-"Is this The BuixiNOTas office?"
Glancing at the office door we, discovered
that the inquirer was a negro, palpably out
of humor. Answering him affirmatively,
he unbosomed himself of the wrongs that
had lieen put upon him. A Fourth ward
groceryraan had sent him all the way to
the lower end of town for some "strap oil,"
and the down-town man had given
him a broken old wheel-burrow that he had
to drag and carry all the way to the
up-town man a full mile or more; aud
for all this trouble and vexation of spirit
he'd only been paid two uickels, He wan
ted to "put, both men in The Bui.i.inoto.n,"
and as near the middle of the paper m pos
sible. Being informed thnt the card would
cot him a dollar, he was nonplused.
Wouldn't we put one of the men in for a
quarter. . If it would he uny cheaper wc
might put him tin one 8i,lc
of the paper, or on the
Ixittom. Refusing this offer, he wa9
sorely perplexed; but only for an instant,
for brightening up he exclaimed : ' I mvo
it. I know what I'll do. Ml go right off
and telegraph it." And off he hurried, in
spired by the notion, most likely, that, if
once the tolegraph got a hold on tlicm, tho
reputation of tho two men would be torn to
THK ItEFORKCLl'N LASTXIGHT.
The Reform Club hall last night was full.
In view of the fact that no unusuul attrac
tions' were promised, the crowd was one
that indicated a very lively interest in the
cause among the people.
After the opening ceremonies a few min
ute were devoted to business matters. Tho
reignution of Capt Williams, the Financial
Secretary, was accepted, coupled with a
vote of thuak for 'the very msIous, efficient
Ami satisfactory manner in which he hail
discharged the duties of the posit iou. The
application of Fred Kent, Redoiaa, et als
for the-se of the hall for a dance, far the
benefit of the club, on the 20th instant, was
granted. OtTera of Meters. Calkins, Hughes
and others to accept a conditioned invita
tion to address the club, were referred to
the Executive committee.
Mr. S. D. Ayers, president, ad interim,
then introduced Mr. John M. Hogan, as
one ot tha hard and effective workers in the
cause. Mr. II. tulea in a plain, common
sense manner far a period of eight or ten
minotes. He had tried temperance ; found
it a good thiag; his family had learned that
it was a good thing for him. The ladies
were a great power in the movement, and
with their continued help the Reform club
could never go down. Mr. Hogan conclud
ing amidst a round of applause, Mr. John
P. Heley was welcomed in like moaner.
Mr. Hely talked a quarter of an hour or
more, and made a very sensible and a very
effective speech. He told haw he had
been tempted and how ho had resisted,
and he stood before them to give the
assurance that he had been true to his
troth. If others hud fallen, it w as, perhaps,
because they had Wen more sorely tempted
than he, or had less power of will to
resist. But for none of them had he harsh
words. On the contrary, from his heart of
hearts he sympathized with them, und
would gladly, nay joyfully, again extend
them the hand of good will and brother
hood, to place their feet more firmly than
ever in the path of right. Mr. H. labored
under some cmbarru.-ment, but he acquit
ted himself, withal, quite creditably.
When we left the hall the Rev. Mr.
Whitakcr was talking; but as the night
was already well advanced, his remarks
were restricted to a few minutes. Upon
the whole, the meeting was a good one, and
and no one, we venture to say, regreted
his or her attendance.
I'.SHEQl'ITKD, HOPELESS L0VK.
nOW A CAIHO VOL Til. XADDKKKD BY LoVK,
HUOLVKO TO DIE; AND DOW UK DIDN'T
Ma. Kditoh: Wen-you ever in love?
Of course all of you "old codgers" have
been, but you tlunk it undignified to con
fess it; and pooh, pooh! at love scraes, as
if the sentiments of bounding, rampant
young hearts were any more under control,
than are the forms of the impressions made
by facts upon the minds of older jwrsons.
And in what is there greater misery than in
hopeless love.' Many a young man, and
a still larger nuinlwr of youngwomep, hov
been driven to "self suicide" by it; and
hundreds and thousands of others have
ljccn drivi'ii to actual madness by the same
! aijM)riuig passion, uur, in llie case 01
1 which I hni'iiN' to tiimik neither of these
, , T1(. fr(.ntll,man 1
have in my mind's eye is still m this city;
but he thinks himself old in love matters,
and distressingly unfortunate. Two years
ago he donned his "turndown collars;" and
soon- became the most artistic tw irlcr
of the "rattan" in the city.
An object for unceasing caresses had
appeared as. a shadowy something on his
upper lip. ' To his hopeful and highly im
aginative mind it had already sufficiently
defined itself to encourage tho prediction
that, at some time in the future, it would
certainly become a shapely and a stunning
mustache. But the stern, hard, uubenruble
fact in this young man's life w as, that he
cherMicd an unrequited ufl'ectiou. It
wasn't the old folks who stood in his way;
although they greatly insulted his feelings
by striving to stuff him with crullers and
fruit cake, as was their wont when he con
sidered himself many, very many years
younger. It wasn't the old folks, then,
that formed the stumbling block to his hap
piness; but the angel of his adoration her
self, who, although only five years older
than he, absolutely feigned not to see that
he was pining away and dying of love for
her. She talked and luughed with him,
was unreserved, and kind as could be, but
it was plain to lie seen that she, his bird of
paradise, preferred to dazzle another man's
eycB with the brightness of her plumage
she, the idol of his bounding young
heart, had set herself up for
the adoration of the "hook-n:ised"
monstrosity who, on divers occasions, had
addressed him as "Sonny." Of course no
hcarfthot loved as his loved, no brain that
was being consumed With love's holy flame,
as his was being consumed, could endure, a
knowledge so distracting for a single week.
He was faced with the alternatives of
death or madness; und hu chose death ! Of
course his sacrifice would be made in vain,
unless the object of his devotion became
appraised thut he died of love for her. . He
would tell her himself, and then, while she
was prune upon the floor in a faiuting tit, or
clinging to him, pleadingly, he would tear
himself away, hurry to the spot selected
for "love's sacrifice," and . make way with
himself. Tho last visit was made, the de
sired opportunity presented itself, ami the
startling avowal was made! Did she
PHCENIX DRUG' STOllR),
CO it. COMMKUCJA.L, AV. AN 1 ) KIOl ITKENTJ 1 ST,
GEO. E. 0'HABA, hvpfietor,
la supplied am, t mi ,tocB f irr,,,,h l)ruj;. Medlrlnea anil t'liemli ala of undoubted purity.
Iutof,tuIaayH'M,1l,' Pfrfu,m'r; "'""bea, etc., md a Kali Llnenf all the popular l'ai.iu family
MHsisrlal t'arsaat AUeatloa (Jvsa to the MiuipoumllnRof pbislelun' prew-rlptlniia.
scream, and throw hewslj on the despair
itg young mau's hom? Caudor compels
mo to say she did not.' She surveyed
him in a half-surprised aud half-amused
manner, and then in tones, very
kind, but terribly exasperating to him, she
said: "Why, Johnny, you little gixiso!
Who ever heard af the like? Come, let me.
give yon a ticket to the Knights of Camus
to-night. Go laugh off your foolishness,
and for the Lord's sukc don't make yourself
The proffered ticket was refused. With
l.....a,... VI 1 .
For The Heu.irr.
"Ha! pity on the I'oor sutfi-nr."
Young Ladirr, Maids, Servants or Hired
Help, which ever we sre styled, have pity
on the KuflVrer of a quarter of a eeutury.
We certainly ought nut to be so aggra
vating. Oh, dear,
It la folly l be wlae,
When Ignorance I MIm.
I would I willing to wager my head
that a Sufferer w ould skin a flea to gel the
hide and tallow.
Brevity's suggestion ou the school ques
tion is good; but allow me a small space
for a suggestion. I would suggvst that
those who suffer by the aggravating hired
help attend that school and be enlightened
and then help the maid to be less aggra
vating. Taking it all into roasideration,
it would render domestic living more agree
able for both sides. Gab.
Prompt action. It regulates the Bowels
cures Diarrhtra, Dysentery and Wind Colic;
in fat Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup acts promptly
and effectually in all cases. Price 2 cents
a Is it tie.
Aiivhnnsan i.kttkks is thk caiho post-
OmCK, 4AKLAKT ?J, 157H.
A.hc raft. S-'ili Mr, Huaera. OW-Tia M!.
Hlanrbard, I. Mr, Clujtiiu. Jo--pbln .Vl.a.
Ulrheraiin, Martha wt Kilen, ntta sr.,
Kriend, Kaimti- Ml.
t.ardner. t harlen Mr.
lUrrlx. !il k- Ml.
ItenW, Thma Mr.
MrDonald. Addle Mr.
Newman. Emily MY-.
Mvan. .Mary A.
Kutlrp. Ulartie Ml
.out. Alice Mra.
Hiuwiu, Jinnli! Mi, c-'1
lldrtki .. Jo.Hphine.
Mrllowtll. Thrrton Mr.
rtiili'., haila Mr.
itu,ll Molltc Mr.,
sampxiii. Ma Mr.
W arn. Surnli Mr..
Wlkoi, Kate Mr.
Nuilih, Harriet Ann.uda.
Allot). It D.
linker. Kred I',
Bell. J W,
llihli, J h.
( all. Cba,
Cole. John A.
I)c Hlmoni, Ciulfi-ppe,
Kly. frank 8,
Furry. . I no C,
Mitchell. Jno K,
hoe. (ienrue II.
Tambillle, C W Dr.
And'-renn, Jaruen (.')
Hlenrhnrd, lli nry 8,
liunnon. h K
( otiley. John C,
( iinnluKham, Tito,
Dean, J 11,
Hoffman, Jno A,
l.-r, K M,
Sea, t ieortfe,
It. -Im, W It.
Hih I.1i, Bernburd.
Wilier. K M,
Jivr received at Thk Blllktin office:
?'J Roams extra heavy letter beads.
150 " " " note "
20 thousand l i und Hi lb bill h;uli.
20 Reams statements.
15 Reams bills lading.
A lurgo lot of liucn letter and note
130 thousand XX white mid uiiihcren
velopes, best quality, for the Cuiro trade.
Am. the finest brands of cigars and to
bacco, fine cut und plug, iiicerschuuni and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc., it large
and varied stock, for silt! at wholesale und
retail, at F. Korsmyers, Sixth street near
JJEFOKM CLUB HALL.
SOCIA L DANCE,
Wednesday Evening Jan. 20,
Ladle iud Ounilemnn of (tie nty ant cordially
Invited to pnrtlelpatu In tho aorial reunion above
announced. Tho Mutineer de-lnated by tha lie
Inrm Club ht to lo add their itKntirHtic.e that no ef
fort will ba apan-d to render the occa.lun eapoolally
enjoyitblu. Tho proceed will be covered Into tbo
Treasury of the Herortnt 'luh.
Tickets, fordtintlemcniiudin)' namburof Ladles,
un dollar each.
COMMITTKB OK AHKANOF.MKNTH.M. P.
Fulton, Lon Iiii!cIh, (iUOl M, ftj, .
FLOOR MANAUtiltH. Kd l)efota. H. P. Pul
ton, Krauk Kodtnan, Kwd Knlit. W. K. llawklaa,
imuicur uiai wouiu oecouie a i.oui 01 all your extravagant und wrong notion-in
forty, the rebuked fledgeling stalked away; doctoring your-ll' aud families with r
rcsentment displaced his "gush;" he has j pensive doctor or humbug cure-alls, Hint
quit cultivating tho suspicion of a mus- J0 harm always and uv only natures -im-tache,
and is to-day, a more praeticul, seiisi- j j,,. n.-nuslii-s or a TMl. aimentyou will
ble boy than he ever w as. ( be wise, well and happy, ami save great
ThiHinota fancy sketch, Mr. Editor, j pcuse. The greatest remedy for this, the
by any manner of means The lady and xr,.ut, wise and good will tell you, is Hop
the youth are Isith residents of Cairo; and Hitiers leliev; it. See -Proverb-" b
how I possessed mys!f of the farts is not, unotlier column.
as 1 am aware of, the public's btisine.-.s. - -
Yours, Very Truly, Amrkosk Pva it k.-ejs. a tull supply of
Pf-TUtMl AM. H the Text Books u.--l yi the Cairo pubi'c
DisaoLi ;tios NimcK. The tlnn of O.
Huythorn A Co. Is this day dissolved, li.
F. Livingstou retires. O. Ilaythorn will
continue the business, collect nil monies
due the firm, pay all debts and sign tlm
firm inline in settlement.
15. F. Ijvinc-htos.
JiitA.vu OfKitK of William' Steam l)v
Work, of KvHisville, at Mrs. .lames' , No
4 1 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
Yot Can uk IUitv. If you will -,t..t)
schools, lie is ul.su supplied with Pencils
all grades of Writing Paper, everythin.' in
fact that enters into theouttit of school chil
dren. Fou a ul shave for teu cents, a 2'el
hair cut for twenty-live cents, go to Hairy
Schick's baber shop, No. 14? Coinineein.!
FntK oyster luncb at hlf-pt eight
o'clock, every night, at Hjrry Walker'.
Emu out the cold aud wet by using tuo
bir weather wtriji on your doors and Wi
dows. Blake will do the wotk for vou.
Tuk Bulletin building dining tooih
is now ojh.-ii for the accomiuislation ol ilav
boarders. Application for !ard can Is
made at Thk Biu.ktin ot'lice. Tenc,
'!.50 per week. .1. Uim.s.
Cou.! Coal. F. K. Ward hits on lu:n
the Ut quality if coal for sale at the mar
ket price. Very low. He will wwii hate
a large stock of wood of all kinds, lb: is
well known to every body and we trust
he wiil receive Ids full share of pa
11 At IA
Foot Fourth l
Missouri Laud'e. Kentucky I.r! f.
s a. m.
lo a. tix.
4 u. in
S:30 a. m.
10: JO a. m.
11 a. li..
a p. ui.
5 p. in.
! jASQl.'KKAI)K HALT.
tiiten by the
FEIUUIAKY 1 tli, l7i.
TsVKItVI'.ollV should allend.
It will lie tin- 1'i. r.
and lie"! Im II ol' the seaMin.
t OMMITTCK or AllltANIiKVK.V r.
Ititdolfh lli-li-neker. .Islni .Mul.lit. I.. ('. Ilvrlier,
M.-iihcn Si liUHiiilK, Win. Albu, .loli li A. Kni'liki,
Kd. A. littdcr.
ForaCa of the rullowin Kim-s-es which tlm
fcreui numbrra ol
Dr. Forbes' II KAJFH PADS
Will mil care with lle.mai'Juble. Since--.
. . J Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, ot.j.
Ao 1 ' Price, i.
I Kidney, Spine and Bhidder nf
No, 2 1 foctiouH, and Nervous lVostru
( tion. l'lice, p.
v ,j Female Diseases and Womb Al'
l. f,.ctions. J'rice 3.
x J InflamatloD of tho Lungs, Droo
"' chitis and Asthma. Vrice, f3.
The above roward does not apply toCaaea already
In the surgical or fatal etaiea. On recolpt of price
will send Pad by mall, Beware of Imitation!, taa
Dona but the Forbea. . Dead for clronlar to
dr. o, w. roRnss,
17 11m ML, ClMlaaatt. Oblo, and leara parrlcalai