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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SI'NDAV MOKMNH, JANUARY
IELUIR'S COUGH SYRUP.
rr I rtO.ftK) bottles mild. It la the moat pleasant
Ml popular remedy for Clinch, told-. Croup,
Hoaria.. aud III throat and luui dlea.ea. 11"
ta In u- for blf century. Doctor ronimeiid
aad otvecrilto It. J. K. Yonman, Loua V. O.. Ill;,
"It eaved my two children frui thu ktv.
A U8lmnu.n. of Baltimore. Md.,al anya: "It
will enre the wcrt cough Immediately. Ak youi
iliuij1er.orireu.rl storekeeper for It and take no
";?5t VI . tl Ikl iwr botlln. Send
ether, Prlcte, c
lr tlr.ular. R. K. rMlera A Co., Proprietor.
I'itUhurK, I'a. Barclay Bros.. Apenta, I aim,
roraverSHyeara hkui.&k " htm T7
We. Tlhi .flodard remedy for Liver t'oniplaiut.
tlt.-MM. Nkk Headache. Mb In 8bouUleriMr
Hack.DlMluesa, Coated Tonene, rcver mid Airm.
.ad .11 dl..A riln(! from a deraiif-ed "
Um or Stomach. Tbouiaa Adam, of Bis Hanoi .
Hltr.iadoct..ra' bill iu tM. wnntrt. 11. K.
. Mini ACo., Proprietor.-, PIIUburR, Barclay
Broa., Aent, Ctlro.
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HE GREAT BLOOD TONIC
yoitbeaure afali diseases srW from mpuro
KSUandfor ln.l(p.r.tli.e and 'W1ff,J5"
vKtoM. Are you weaTc, uervoue, dfbllltutpd.
iatalXnMlat,.dr Have yon loat ytmr appetite r
kaWyoa Bauaa. pi In the back. Ac? If o. r
Kdiy Blood Searcher will drtto out the diacn.e
i arfai bark the Bloom of Health. Pimples,
Holla, Krystpwlaa. Tetter. SiUt Rheum, if-. are but
Im-tV ladlcaUoua of Blood Waeaac't aud Ur. Llnd
avi'a BIo.m1 .Searcher, by purifying the system soft-
.1.- .kin .n.l h,lltlfl! tlln roroUll'XlOD. Hold
by all ArofcrisM. l.l perbottle. K. E. Sellers,
. ... i A- it .l-i lawn I
a. Barclay. Bros., Agents
yy II. MARFAN, M. I).,
JIonuKiwtliic Physician and Surgeon.
om. IV. Coinuierrlnl vnne. Roli!tce rrnnr
rwirt.iitb t. and Vahloi;lon av:nu. (.alro.
yy n. smith, M.i).
OBloe and Rwitlenc :
;). SI TH1KTRKSTU STREET. CAIRO, ILL.
U. E. W. WHITLOL'K,
)rno-Mo. VI Commcnlal Aveune. boivrwn
KipLtb and Xlulh Strwu
JR; W. C. JOCELYX,
ornCE-Elrfhth 8lt, near Commercial Arenne.
tl"ICB-Ohlo letee. b t. Fourth and Slnta ata.
WFICK-No. Ill Commercial Aveune.
THE DAILY BULLETIN:
liFPlCIAL FAPKKOK ALEXASUKR COUNTY.
Ouly Voruinff Daily iu Sontlcrn Illiuoin.
',' W are aathorlred to annoanm the name of Al
nwCoinaaaraii(UdatlorClty Trvaaurt-r at
We are athorlted te announce the name of Wal
tkkL. Biit"ot a a candidate for the ofllre of City
Treaxarer, at the euulne charter uli clion.
Wc are authorltw-d to annonnro W. '. Srut'CKRH
aaaraudldain for City Clerk at the approaching
Iotxe.-to a noMiT -at cosciRH. The Cairo
HsUctlu Co., will pny no bill" routracud by any of
-U employe, or any one connected wl'.h Titf Kt'L-
rnti, nnla the mo la made on a wrlttu order
aicoed by myaelf, did the order miwt be attached to
the till when presented.
.. -. .JB A. BniKETT.
Cairo, 111., Jan t, INT9. (
Time. Bar. Tber. llum Wind. Vel. Weathtr.
t . m. 30 83
M . Calm Clear
78 'N. Clear
CO N. 10 Cluar
f& N. 16 Clear
Vaxiinnm Tvmporatnro. 00s: Minimum Tern
l. ature, 4e ; Hulufalt, 0 00 Inch.
W. n. RAY.
B ri'tfileiml Coma, U. H. A,
Mr. W. It, McCullough ia in the city.
' Mr. John Cheek, or Villa Ridge,
was in Cairo yesterday.
Tim Illinois Central wharf-boat wan
ttrougbi back to iU old moorings, yester
day. Julia Joues, an old offender, was ar
rested again yesterday, for drunkenness
und disorderly conduct.
A young man, a nephew of Mrs.
Oflhca. who lives on Commercial avenue,
died during Friday night, of pneumonia.
Mr. N. Woodward, of Davenport, Iowa,
if presenting 0. G. Orecn, ia in tho city, and
favored the Buuxrix with a call yester
Miss Clara Robhtns gave a social
party to her schoolmates and companions
nt night, at tho residenco of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. It. P. Robbini.
Mr. II. T. Miller, county jailer under
HUeriff Satip, will open a billiard saloon, in
a few days, in the building at tho corner of
Washington avenue and Cross streets,
Hon. T. W. Halliday, accompanied,
pralMbly, by Mr. Oberly, will leave for
f pringllcld this afternoon, , to be in attend
ance at the re-assembling of the General
"'Awsuibly oh Monday cvculng.
' Wo regret to learn that Mr. Bill lker
wart ia lying so low, in Evansville, that no
,bopr are 'fntertaincd ot his recovery. His
wife received a telegram to that effect and
. immediately started for Evansville.
, Tho gentlemen who ownod the II. V.
Cheney at tho time of her seizure by the
Confederates, have filed a claim ngidiist
, the United States for 00,000, to reimburse
them for tho loss of the boat. Oo hoof
-Mrs. Alexander Toliock, of Villa Ridge
died at her home, at half-past tight o'clock
yi'ntnrUuy morning, of piiPinnunin. Mr.
Pollock had many frioiuls in Cairo, who
willbi! grifvotl on tho receipt (it'theintclli
(('iitto wo coram imieiUc.
A new nnl much ncwlcd rrwebiht,' htw
Inh'U laid down tu rost IJommcrcinl nvcnuo
on a Hue with Nineteenth street. Thi
croiwinjr h;H been a conspicuous need
iutlto neihiMrhotxl f.)r years.
Thoro ure u lot of im)ortt'd kmk1s on
tho wluirf-lioat upon which the duty re
iniiins unpitid. To prevent their removal
by mistake or otherwise, Surveyor Fisher
has placed a fumrd over them.
Mr. Haines, foreman of Holiday
Brother's cooper shop, is now running
twenty-eight coopers full time, turning out
out four hundred and fifty Hour barrels
per day. Tho mills use five or six hun
dred. Ofllecr Hogan did not succeed in find
ing Mr. Bennett's etiayed or stolen horse
on Friday evening, and the nuima! had not
been recovered up to yesterday evening.
HoC8 of his. recovery have not been band
At the hour of 12 o'clo-k Friday, Mrs.
Laltuer, mother ot Jacob, Ocorge and
Hemy Lattner, died, as the luiuented Mor
ns did, while sitting in her chair. She was
seventy-seven years of age, and had been
suffering several daysot pneumonia.
--A cooper, named John Denize, .who'
had beed engaged for some time in Mur
dock's cooper shop, decamped, a night or
two ago, carrying away all the tiKls he
could travel under. No satisfactory clue
hag been obtained as to his whereabouts.
Au infuriated negro woman, armed
with a razor, entered a down town saloon,
kept by a colorwl man, and cut one of the
masculine inmates of the horn quite severe
ly. The affair occurred yesterday, alwut
10 o'clock, a. m., but we were unable to
learn the particulars.
And now the "top season is upon us.
Boys can be teen in any part ot the city
"muttoning" each other's tops, and occa
sionally coming down on a passer-by'
corns with a force that Occasionally pro
vokes streaks of bine, profanity that makes
the vicinity untell sulphurous.
--If, as is claimed. theK. v. Mr. Detirsch
ner has discovered a mode of treatment
that never fails to cure diptheria, so long
as the vital organs are not involved, he
can render himself a public benefactor by
publishing the details, so that the heads of
families can gain a knowledge of them.
One of our up-town physicians was
calleJ, in hssti to the. bedside of a neigh- i
bor. He found the ncigbWa ailment to b J
the resultauts of an over-dose of Lockyenr's
carlw-hydraled extract of the methylated
extract of hydrogen, the best remedy for
which is about six inches of red ribbon.
A new object for sympathy was seen
scrambling about our sidewalks yesterday,
in the shape of a man who locomoted on his
bended knees. He lives upon tho charity
his pitiable condition excites; but is neither
despondent or uuhuppv, It is said that lie
"flips many a snifter'1 behind his belt, and
KcU as boozy ns a Bohemian trooper.
Fourth street was the scene of another
disturbance, lute Friday niht. Two ne
groes, named John Jones and Gwrge
King got into a light. One of them used ti
razor with fearful effect, cutting the flesh
of his antagonist's arm to the bone. Dr.
Parker dressed the wound, and the police
took lK)th the offeuders under arrest.
Tho editor of the Peoria National
Democrat declares that nobody would
know who was meant if the editor of this
paper were addressed :is "Mr, Harrell;"
but that everybody would know instantly
who "Mose" Harrsll was; for "Mose Har-
rell and Cairo are nearly synonymous."
Aud so, our gray hairs won't protect us!
Officer Sheelmn has reasons for believ
ing that the fellow who burglarized Cap
tain Jim Johnson's residence, i the Hame
fellow that made his escape from the cala
boose. As the Captain has not yet recov
ered that handsomely fitting ulster, we
give him this clue in thn expectation that
he will hunt the rascal to the furthermost
ends of tin; earth.
A pet coon belonging lo a Fourth
wurd family, strayed abroad, a few nights
ago, and killed more chickens than he can
cat during the balance of the winter.
Boys with lights, and dogs, shot-guns and
bludgeons were out hunting him Friday
night. It is not remarkable that they
didn t shoot the. coon; but it is decidedly
remarkable that none of the boys were
Mrs. William Martin, living on Cross
etreet, who was at death's door from un at
tack of pneumonia, is now believed to be
out of danger. As new cases of this terri
ble disease are developing in the city ut
most every day, our citizens cannot too se
dulously guard against colds, which are
nenrly always invited by the careless ndap
tation of one's clothing to the constantly
-Election talk begins to intensify some-
what. There will bo tlvo or six entilbtatea
in the Hold for th office of City (rk aud
probably u like numW for tlie office ol
City Treasurer. Winter will probably stand
for re-election to the office ot Mayor, and
Thistlcwood will Ik strongly uijjed to op
pose him. But let the contest wax never so
warm, Tint Bi:i.u:tin will contemplate it
with entire complacency.
Mr, Henry Frohma, at tho corner of
Fourteenth and Wtshington, put away bin
poik, about sis hundred pound-;, in s parv
kitchen. Friday night, or before daylight
yesterday morning, some person or persons
stole aud curried away every pound of it.
It was Frohma's winter supply; and the
thought of supplying n thief with meat
enough to run him until next summer, is
terribly exasperating. As it will be. a dif
tlcult matter to identify the pork, th thief
stands u good chi.ncc to evc;pe detection.
Mr. C. H. Crane writee in frJm Bell's
Depot, Tennessee, that a young "tramp"
died at that point recently, of pneumonia.
His name was not known to any one there;
bufit had been ascertained, by some means,
that deceased had a brother living in Cairo.
The body was buried on Friday; aud in
the hope that the young man .iiight be
identified by his brother, who is said to be
the only: relative he had living. Mr.
Crano addressed The BlxU.TtK, and we
write this paragraph.
Some malicious person in tho Fourth
ward has recently poisoned u number of the
finest dogs in that part of the city. Valu
able New Foundland dogs belonging to
Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Jorgensen and Sheriff
Hodges were i)isoncd during the week
past. Frank llealy, tho druggist, has lost
a dog in the fame manner. Any rational
human being guilty of such cruel, malig
nity or deviltry oti'ht to le compelled to
swallow a quantity of hisoitndog poison.
Such cenituct is simply fiendish.
Under the arrearages penplon law.
which received the President's signature,
tin: other day, quite a number of ex-soldiers
living in Cairo will receive sums
ranging all the way from 200 to 1,000.
Mr. Ib'nry Fiohnia, eorjer of Fourteenth
and Washington, and Mr. J. Wagley Hill
living on Twelfth, will come in for about one
thousand dollars each. It is a righteous
law, and the soldiers benefitted by it may
thank the Democratic Hoiuw of Congress
for its passage. The only opposition shown
to it came from Republicans.
A skiff, containing nine Keutuckians
aud a large pile of eoonskins, essayed a
crossing of the Ohio yesterday afternoon ;
but encountering the ice the whole party
were in eminent danger for an hour or more.
Wedged in the dense floating ice they
could neither pull . forward or backward,
for a time, and iu this condition floated
down oppooitc the city. The company fi
nally gained the Illinois shore; lr.it it was
a perilous trip that will scarcely be repeat
ed, by the same party, at all events.
The exhibition given by the Juvenile
Cairo Minstrels in the Tony Cella building,
on the corner "of Poplar and Twentieth,
last night, was a surprise to all who attend
ed. The liouc wus jammed, and incredi
ble as the story may seem, more than one
hundred persons came who were unable to
gain admission. The entertainment was a
grand, side-splitting uproarious success
that not only pleased the audi'-nee, but
kept it the testacy of cnthuei.'Mii. The
trotip consists of the following boys:
Walsh Brothers. Bradish, Whitakcr. Pitch
er, Wilson, Bambrick and Hodge,
The DuQuoin Tribune desires to bi' in- I
formed whv th Illinois Central, the i'airo '
Short Line ami the B. end E. road don't
unite and build a union dexit iu that city.
A conundrum of the same nature worries
the people of Cairo. Why don't th' hs.lf
dozen nad.s that find termini in Cairn unit
in like manner, and build such a union de
pot as the immense- tr.;.vel and business of
the present and the greater travel and traffic
of the future demands and is likely to de
mand? Surh .t depot as thnt nt Indianap
olis would be a big thing for the city ; but
a much bigger tiling for the roads.
Information 1ms reached the' eity that
the small-pox rages, to omi extent, in Mem
phis, and that several cases have occurred
j in New Madrid. Missouri. Acting upon
the tears these reports excited, some practi
cal jukcr tacked a small-pox curd on a
Fourth street residence, yesterday, and en
joyed the fun of S'.ving pedestrians dodge
to the opposite side of the street for an hour
or two. The owner of the building finally
discovering the cause of the consternation
among the passers-by, took down the sign,
and stopped both the fin of tho mischiev
ous youth and the alarm, of the neighbor
hood. The last number of Frank Leslie's Il
lustrated Weekly illustrates tho transfer of
the Mexican excursionists from Cairo to
Kentucky, show ing the steamer McConib on
this side of the river, tlnd the railroad,
waiting train, etc., on the other side. The
illustration is, generally, a correct one; but
the accompanying reading matter is simply
the honorings of a draft upon the writer's
imagination. He speaks of the opposite hills,
In Kentucky, as reminding him of the
"bonnio hills of Scotland," ami grows
facetious over the alleged circumstance that
the eighty excursionists had partaken of an
Ice bound dinner at a Cairo hotel that
hoiistnil ot only three waiters. Of eourso
there Is no morn foundation tor the dinner
stoiy 1 1)111 that of the hills; but the travel.
ing correspondent of these days win con
flue himself to the drv facts find uninter-
osling scenes that fall under his ohs. rvar
is never sent out on a second cruise, ,y the
lame publisher. Thn public must he fed
UKu the mental provender It relishes
In thn hurry of th occasion, Friday
night, wp overlooked our moinnramlum of
the election of Mr. .fames Host, a Floamilul
Hflcroiary of tho Culm It dorm chili, vice
Capt. William M. Williams. resigned. Mr.
Ross has Ixvii elected to a luWlou nosi.
tlou, and otio tlial require u much time
an I uttim:ioti that it Is asking too much of
any member of the club to till it, w ithout
compensation. Ten dolh.rs per month
would not afford uu I ndorpiate compensa
tion for tho actual ,tim-i consumed ia a
faithful discharge of his duties. Captain
Williams had filled the offiVe ho acceptably
that die club was loth to awepthis rea'mna
tion Thu motion by Dr. Dunuing to m
cepl, was subjected to an amen Jtnent by
the Rev. Mr. George, to the efiVt tlif t, a
conruitten wait upon Capt. W. with a ucw
of ('"reuadJug him, if consistent with his
btuiuetv liirangenient., ' to withdraw his
resijjnatlou. The Cuptaiu hud lalmre.l so
zealousiy nnd effectively IV . I the financial
pr)f)eriiy of the club, that there was a gen
eral feeling of unwilliuguest) to part with
him in his official capacity. Dr. Dunning,
apparently unwilling that the symmetry ot
his motion should be marred by an amend
ment, declared that no member went before
him in his appreciation of the zeu'.oitr, s!!f
sacrificing devotion of the Captain to the
demands of the poeition ho had resigned.
The Captain hail earned the gratitude of the
club. He had worked laboriously und uc-cest-fully
; but he regarded that fact as a very
potent reason, why his request to be relieved
should be accepted. The Doctor didn't
believe iu riding a willing horse to death,
and as the Captain had said it would be
impossible for him to servo the duo fur
ther, the club should relieve him, .vitll
thanks, and not disregard his emphatically
express wish, an 1 insist upon further service,
lie should therefore insint upon his rriution
to accept. Acknowledging tin: lotee of the
Docur ' remarks, the motion to amend was
withdrawn and the. origna! motion adopted.
Mr. Jamea IW was then chs ted to fill
the vacancy, by acclamation. Mr. R. will,
we dare say, make a very conscientious sec
retary. MPTIIKKU SUCCESSFULLY TREATED.
A CALL I'POX UKV. MK. I'1'KRSC n?.'Kl', TDK
Dl&coVtKlwK 01- A KKECCKK, To IdUVtK
" Cairo, III., Jan. W, 1879.
To the Rkv. Mr. Dlermh.vkh,
Dear Sir: Having received convinc
ing assurance of your great skill and in
variable auccess in the treatment ot Dip
theria a disease thu. is a constant menace
to thu lives of our children, and a dibtiwie,
too, with which medical science has hith
erto wrestled in vain, may we not ask
you to deliver two lectuies in this city, one
in English and on; in German, ti at you
may ic-form the people of such facts, in
that connection, an yon may cIiuom- to
make public, and of the means whereby
the parents ot the country may avail tb m
selies of your wonderful curt.
Picas ; devgnate the time and piece and
oblige, Yours Respectfully,
C. Lancaster, C. O. Patier.
Wm. Wolf, R. Walsh. .
Jauie Kyuaston, J. C. Sullivan, M. 1).
It. H. Lcntz, CI.hr. Galigher.
A Mackie, S. P. Beunf tt.
John Wood, K. W. Gre c,
Geo. Koehier. Peter Lohr.
T. J. Robert, George Stehr.
Jacob Walter, Fred. Sticln r.
M. W. M.ith 'ws. h. McManns.
Ben. Th'c-tlewo'h!, Fred. R. Smith.
T. B. FaiTin, - :. II. Woodw.ird.
Jince fcit; SatnT K. Wiiy.rt.
Jos. B. Rjed, P. J. Tfiisltcwooti.
S.im'l. Wilson, F. S. Kent.
I!o. Kleb. W. L. Bristol.
Jas. F. Miller.- K. II. Cunningham.
John. II; Oberly, Wm. Lonergan.
W. P. Halliday, Wood Rittenhoas..
E. Dczonia, James W. Stewart.
W. Hyslop, Jno. H Oossman;
J. Martin,- E. W. Hulliday.
II. Sanders, D. J. Galligan.
William Alba, M. B. Harrell.
It. F. Parker, II. Wells.
J. T. limbic, Jacob A. Gold'ilt.e.
A. Black, ' H. T. Gerould.
Win. Weber, S. Schwanitz.
THE HIKED HELP PROBLEM.
"A SLKKKRUU" RKTL'RNS to tub WSCWsrON
OK TICK MDUSXT, AND MARKS r i:nicy J'KAC
Editor of ilia Bulletin;
To"Brcvitv" and to "Mis- " I would
say, tirr:t of all. thank you ladies; I am
happy to see the interest shown by you two
and hope, yet to sea a like disposition uiako
itself manifest from still other ladies' pens.
As to the culinary school I think thu idea
a good one. That it need not be a "theory"
only, but in a measure, at least, a success,
we have for convincing evidence, only to
read the statements of soino of the design
ers and originators of similar schools that
have been and are being established iu one
of our eastern cities. No doubt, however
as "Brevity" remarked in her .communica
tion, but that the plan is too expensive to
be carried out, here, at present. She is right
also, ns regards the tact that tho ladies
have such different ideas as to what consti
tute a good servant --such, different ways
of having their work done that that
which pleases one would not suit another,
at all. How should we overcome this stub
born fact if wo did havo trained cooks? It
is not possible for each house keeper even
if, tho opportunity were to her for ac
quiring a thorough, training to avail her
self of it, because so many arc tied
down by little children, or poor
health or have no capabilities i.i
that line, and yet, all of them must live;
and moat or all of the! h slplcss o:n s are
dependent upon tlw services of tlmso who
make It their work to serve uthmi whether
they cun do so satisfactorily or not. Were
it not better for all concerned if they knew
tho best and um-t skillful manner of doing
whatsoever they obligated themselves to
do? Would not thoKe of us who do know
how to order our work done to nuit our in
dividual tastes and intereststhose of us
who do know when work is well douo
havo a far better opportunity of teaching
our help our Method of doing it, if we had
lu'lp thut fe.lt tho necessity of learning tho
better way of doing any thing? Surely we
would. But what arc the facts in the case?
They ure these; Generally speaking
we tekc a girl or woman into our service,
who professes to know how to cook, wash
and iron:, tiie washing and ironing we
will leave out and pass on to the
simple fact of getting up three modest
meals each day. How many women who
come into our houses can really accomplish
that much? About one in nine, will be
able to do it; the othereight will lack some
one, if no more, eseutial particular. The
ami cr coff.'e, snowy loaf, flaky pie crust
and properly broiled steak are culinary
feats almost never found as ranging among
the possibles to the average hired girl.
Nor is it evential to hT success in getting
a situation that she should be conversant
w ith th Isvt methods of doing the work
by which she gains her living; she has but
to lcive one situation und apply, to get an
other, end tlie next one idic
applies for he will be sure to
,'et. She need not, Is- she one I have pic
tured hen-, or one of lhe few honorable
ex""ptions of whom I .pokc, h; my first ar
ticle, hesitate about leaving tin: place i-he is
in, nor doe she; she knows no one will ask
her for any sort of rcconiiiundation, what
ever. Now mv idea accords with "Mrs.
" in this, that the simple fact of a
p:;omtn, nd. lion licin necessary would be
great protection to tie; mistr..-; and 1
think it would be of exceeding great ser
vice to the one who possewj.d it, a m-ll. I
j'ldgc others, us I sunt!- most of people
do. by lUVrel!, UIIU I kllOW it is tt Teal
pleasure to m to My a girl I have had in
uiy Mrvice is a good girl -that she makes
bread or roast meats, or anything else she
really can do, just to suit mk; or that I le-
lieve her to be honest, or that I lound lu rto
be pleasant iu her disposition; or
a careful ihiis worthy of coufid n e; aud
this kind of thing is of service to people
in any condition of life; and this kind of
Bcrvici is one no lady would refuse to any
one: aud it is this kind of service I would
have ocr help ambitious to de
serve ut our hands, and
they would be if they knew it was expected
of thein. As it is, they expnl nothing but
their w;igs, and it is rarely indeed, that a
giri leave a house that she and her mistress
are on good terms. The rnistrts feels in
jured and the maid feel pretty sure she
wants nothing at hi r hands. Jf Jk had to
have a recommendation before she couM
gam an fntrar.ee li.to another resiectaoie
home, she would reconsider the matter and
would not "step down and out." and leave
the clothes in the sud-:, the dinner table
standing, or the bread in the pans, uahaki-d;
and throJgh In r difl'-reut thinking mira
cles would be performed by her hands that
would win for her .:!. regard from the
family she lived in, that tiny would """a
look upon her ::s u frl nd more than a s. r-
vanf, their interest wiiuiu ie ner !; ioth
would be theirs, and the whole domestic
trouble would be no trouble, comparatively
speaking. Wc need uot await the millcn
ium for this; we have but ft adopt practical
"Mrs. -r. V" suggestion to talk it over iu
the temperance hall, or any other place,
and ugree upon it, to make a sure thing of
it, eventually, 1 thiuk. There is, as I said
before, no other sot in the Union, of ii I
size, where it. is so difficult to secure 1 Hi- j
cient Ic.'p, us it is here; snd to the cureless
manner in Which they are engaged it is I
to be attributed, undoubtedly. Were the j
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uuiri tori.M wt vii. mm ,!. an , .of
less in making their selections of suit ible
assistance in carrying on their different de
partments in business a we ar.1, in this
very essential one. we would find our purs
es slim, indeed, in a very short time. Can
not we, tH), ladies, benefit by their pru
dence and manage our home affairs a little
more iu keeping with our desires? "In
union there is strength.
A SLl rT.ltl.r..
THE PAPAL TIARA.
(The Triple Crowu,)
AND TUB ADAMANTINE I'lU.ARS Ol' IM1 ;R.
KM. .tL'STICK, LIUKKTV TIIK KltATKllM Z .
The Rev. Dr. Alex Rosenspitz, lateRibbi
of the Jewish Temple at Nashville, Tciin.,
beiug in tho city, has been requested to de
liver a lecture 011 the above subject, has con
sented to do so at Turner Hall this evening,
at half-past seven o'clock. The public, cs
pecially members of thu various Lodges,
and their families, are cordially invited to
attend. Below wo give extracts from snuiu
of tho papers, in other citiA where tho
DiM ter has been.
"Rabbi Rosenspitz hns won deserved pop
ularity among all classes of citizens. He
is a gentleman of tho highest culture; of
liberal,, progressive ideas; im u preacher
forcible and logical, utnl clmritablo to the
poor." Governor James 1). Porter and other
state and county official,, as well as tho
Temple congregation ut Nashvillfl, recoin
mend the D'K tor iu th0 very highest terms.
"Having heard Rabb Rosenspitz, wo
most cordially commo.id tho occasion to
our citizens, regardless of secrctarmn or
political predilections, and pruuilsa
them a rare treat in his lecture."
"Tho Iluntsville, (Ala..) lndcM'iident,
of tho 10th of November, iu giving a sy mop
sis of tho lecture delivered by tho Rabbi ut
that place siys; Rabbi Rosenspitz is u.
dowrd with a fine intellect which has been
highly cultivated by deep study and exten
sive travel, and Lis lecture was rich, chis-i-cal,
historical, eloquent und scholarly."
Governor Porter, ot Tennessee, s.tys of
"I am acquainted with the Rv. Alexan
der RoscuHpitz, aud with the leading mem
bers ot his congregation, and most cheer
fully indorse him as a gentleman of the
highest character, and commend him to the
people of Tennessee and adjoining States.
"Kkkp a reliable friend always ot hand,"'
such as Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup hns eminent -ly
proven itself to be. Thousands of testi
monials. Try it. 23 ceuts.
TiiK Knights of the Mystic. Krew avow
their intention to render tlie Irnl masque unt
nounced for tho 23th proximo, the grandes.
and most succecssfu! event nf the kind that
ever transpired in Cairo, and those who an
familiar with tho Knights' manner of con
ducting public demonstrations will not ques
tion either their ability 'or disjtosition to
make good their promise In this cum.
Costume of every conceivable clmru. ler
will be biuught hen: Isith from St. Louis
Tnr. regular business meeting of lii
Cairo Sis ial Science and linbtstiial School
Association, will be held on Monday night,
th '))tlj, ii)Bt., at the residence of Mrs. II.
H. Candee. The lifo and works of the
poet Longfellow, will 1 thu subject for
discussion upon the occasion. An iiutisn
ally interesting time is anticipated, and it
is eurucstiy hoped that the members und
friend of the association will lie out in
full force, and take part in the programme
for the evening. By order of the President.
L. J. RrtTKMIOlSK, Sec'v.
Mr. Jous H. Bkixhvu has vacateil the
Court House Saloon, and le-ires to sppriso
the pulilic that he Las taken pos.scHion o
his houee on Thirteenth street, when- he
will open a house for the accommodation of
regular, day and transient Itosrdcr, fur
nishing meals at all hours and regulating
his price according to the times. The hun
dreds of citizens and country ip!e who
havo stopped with Mr. Beechcr m-ed not 1st
told that In always fet-ds hU patrous on the
bet that ran 1m had. He is well kuown
for his good and abundant f-eding, and
his acquaintances will be sure to give huo
a share of their patronage, and the public
generally are invited to do ho, likewise.
Fiu.n Honihi.xr has stsrtei n blucksmitb
shop squill, at th old stand near Sixth und
Commercial avenue, where he will do all
kinds of blacksmithing, wheel-,, righting
and horse-shot ing. (heap, ciik.w, CHEAP,
for Cash. Everylnxly knows that he bus
Uvn in the bjiuess before, is a skilled and
honest workman, who always gave entire
satisfaction. He now asks all his old cus
tomer a.id as many new ones as may
phase o conic, to give Lima trial onci,
and he will mke his in in t suit tie-
Nkwm'.mi i;s. N.hool Book
be-t brands, Albums, (dice Fixtures,
Brackets, p.-ncils. Steel Pens and a variety
of Stationery, all at very low figure.-, always
on hur.il at Ambrose, l'yatt's Ni ws and
Stationary Stand, Bulletin Building corner.
Turiier Hall Felry 25th. llfifl
Vclnesiliiy Kvpuiu, Jan.
Ladles anil ' litliuiMi (if the i :ly lire Hiri.lHll.t
Invited tn mrt!c!pMO In the h 'm re union iiImiw
announced. Th'i .Miiniik'i.'r dcU-liitled I,) I Ji I(, .
lurm Club ln'2 to to ailil lliclr a-snrumv Hint no el'
fort w ilt be npared to lender t In ii.lon i--j ) til l.v
oujov iilili) The prooi'cda will be covered lulu lie
Treanun of the Reforin Club.
Tn'KSTH - Kor (.fiilh'tiii-D, Our Dullnr ; l.adle, l-'re.
' t'oM.MITTKK UK AKltANt.KMKX IS. M. I.
"nluu, Lon Danlelii, tleo. ,M, Krv.
K1.0 i M.VNAOEIW-Kil IV.mhiIh, M. I'. Ku.
ton, Krunl, ReduiHii, Krod Kent. V. K. lliikln,
r.iin uKv Ann.
KoraCai'uiif the Mluwiiitf Iteae which the dlf
fcreni uiiiiibi is ol
Dr. FopW HKALTH I'ADS
Will not cum with Itcuuirkalilc Success,
, (;hills and Fever, Dyspepsia, dir.
15 1 Price, 1
( Kidney, Spioo und Bhiddcr nf
No. 2 ! fectlons, nnd Xcrvous Prostra
( tlon. Price, :i.
n , J Fcnm'.o Diseases and Womb Af
JS0, fectlons. Price . '
v , , Unflnmatiop of the Lungs, Bron
ft0, j chiUs and Asthma. Price, 5.
Tba above reward itrs1 not tiptjly lo ( Hi'n alrrmly
In thaaurglrtl or fatal alanr.. X)u reeelpt of price
will ad Pad by mall, Beware, of Imitations, luko
nuns but the t'uthvit. Beud Inr elrenlar 01
UK. J. W. WHIIKr4.
1T Rim Ht.. riiuMiinall. Ohio, and lenru puilii iilura
Uiferunt to lu-allila,