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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: J SUN'DAV MDKMau, FEBRUAUY 2. 1870.
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ipiIE UREAT BLOOD TONIC
IS ..... r ..11 rflin' nrlnlii'i from luiimro
fclooil. an'rt lor iiitiiroratiin: and .ir. itiitli.'iitua tb
Vtojoriral:-. Alt' mil nervous, ilciullta ed.
twW ami cimu latch Have you lost y.mr appetite?
Have you !iun. pain !ti H';' ' k- & - ')r
I J...W,,,'. i: I Searcher will drive out the iIIm-iimi
9 iHlbrlni! Jm k Hi" Bloom of Health. iMinplcti,
' Tl Holla, hrt -iH-lu. T'cOer. Sail llheiim. Ac., arc but
wv'a Blood Searcher, bv purityiiiu 111'' ystem soft
ru the kiu and nrailtinV til" cumiili-x lui . Sulci
by all (lrm;:'ii-l. $1 to pcrliottle. It h. Sc!l"r.
ivnrii.ior. iii triliurir. lva. Hardily l!iu Amenta
.irrM.M ,ullr:lt Oil 1)1 1IIOOO ft F 1 ivr"i" . nil" 'i. i.iiim-
gELLER'S COUGH SYELT.
)vcrl.O.ftWb)ltlcmii)M. Tl l the most pleasant
and popular rcmedr lor (. oiiu. i onir. Lrmo,
Mnurvtii'M mid nil tlirout and luni; discum-ii. I1'"J
bwn in ue for half a centurv. Ioctorn n-eoniiiii-iid
aud prcmrilie It. J. K. Yoiimiin. Lonir -I'. -ay:
"It saved mv two children fmm i'"-' urate.
A L. Slmmon. of baltlmorv. Mil.. aU ' "it
will cure the worat oomjh Immediately. AK your
druirirlHt or icwral utorckccpcr for It and take, no
other. Price. iV.. !!.. and l.M ler ltll". 'Send
for o.lrctilnr. II. K. Seller & Co., Proprietor,
I'Moburj;, l'a. Barclay Hro.. Audit". Ciiiro.
For over .V) year. SELLKli'S LIVER PIIXS have
Wenthu standard remedy for Liver I oil Plaint,
roHtlvii-s. Sick Headache, Pain n Sb.nil Jr . or
Boek. Dizalnem. Coated Tonuiie. Fever and
and all disna.e. ariniii- from a dcranitr.L Hint.- o ho
Liver or Stoma, h. Thomas Adam, of Ws' s ml ;.
Kv..ava: 'Seller' Pills have saved hundred el
dollarH in doctors' hilln iu thin country. II. h.
Sellers & Co.. Proprietor, l'lltftbur, Pu. Uarclat
ro., Aifent. Cairo.
II. BRYANT, M. I).
Eisrhth and Washington
-ft. .t. m. to 'J i M.
A vol! lie.
-Comer Nineteenth mid Wash-
yy II. MAREAN, M. 1).,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllro 13tt Commercial avenue, lirsideiicc corner
Fourteenth ht. mid lu-hiiistou avfimo, tuiro.
T . SMITH, M. D.
m 21 TIIUITEENTII STREET, CAIRO. ILL.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ofmck No. Ml! Commercial Avenue, bctwoen
Eiiflitb aud Ninth Slreeiii
jQK. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eltita Street, near Commercial Avenue.
G. T. WIIITLOCK,
GENERAL COLLECTOR OK BILLS AND RENTS
All account of profen-lnwil mid husliicm men
promptly attended to. Olllce, 1 :Hi Commercial live
nuts betwueu Eighth and Nlnlli Htreet.
Reft'tvuctn: l'rofuioual and lUn-iuenH men of
Q P. WHEELER,
OFFICE Olilo Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth ftp.
J IXEGAR ii LANS DEN,
A ttorneys-at-La w.
OFFICF. No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
OFFICIAL PAPER tF ALEXANDER COl'NTY.
Only Movuintf Daily In Soutliern Illinois.
We lire mitliorlzed to announce tlie name of Ai.
rnr.ii'Mi!i a eanilldute for City Treannrer at
tli tiiiniins city election.
We an! nthorlzud to iiiiiumueij tho name of W.o.
ttkL. HiiimTiii. a a candidate !or l he oil'n u of City
Trea-inror, at the cukuIiii; charter election.
Wo are autUorlJied to unnoii.iee V. F. Sciii ei:i:iw
na a candidate for City Clerk at the approuchlii;
tiiunlci pal election.
Notice. to whom it mav tonceiin. The Cairo
Dulletln Co.. will pay no bill contracted by any of
im finployci, or any one connec.tod with The ISn.
i.i.tis, unleHf tl.e name Is made on a written order
rluuud by myaelf, and tliu order nnipt be attached to
Jie bill when prefctited.
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Sera't Signal Cowi!, I', s. A.
Sir. .I;unrn Clash, tonnrrly of this city,
lmt now of Lock port, New York, is in
('biro, visitintr his brother-in-law,. Mr. C. R.
Tin; hUh,V'wt for tint evening (Vn;:i)tir:ie,
in tlifi Chutvh of t!ie RtMleemer, to-il:ty, is
. -'Loaves mid lislu.'s." Tito vector, Itev.
J)iIlon-Lci', will ollicititc
Tho inltTi'st shown in the MelliotliM
revival suenw to warrs'iit its contintt since.
Det'is'nM hii'ormutioii in tlisit rennet will
; probably be given to-dsiy.
James Ainlerton, Es:., wlio Luill, t;;i !i
large prsirtiec in Monnil City, Iijs Kiesitdl
in Villi; Riile. Mmui 1 City eouhln't stije
'port liotli A.U'l::rs in u:nl Ctiiiiu:i;,'h;,in.
Tills fsict neeila no rxjiisiieilMiti.
The slope of (he dinbuiikiiu'nt l the
head of l!ie E;sst Ciiro inclino lire being
covered with roek to prevent the Inroinls of
the .water. Tlie rtitd! was brought to Ctiirn
Jolin P. Hi I;.', Esq.. ftcr u stny of
'nevcral day in die city, left for hi home
Jo St. Imuk, by the train, ycaUrdny lifter
' jjoon. llcly U much uttuched to Cairo; but
in order t secure etnployinent in tho line of
his profession, was compelled to hunt out
it locality where such services uiv in de
mand. Tom Wilcox, ronnected with the book
and stationery house of Shorb & Urolen. of
St. Louis, was in Cairo, yesterday, shaking
hands with the. friends of his youth, who
are quite numerous in all parts of tlie city.
It should not be forgotten that the AV.
C. T. U. de.ire dontitioiw of meats, pas
tries, bread, cakes, pickles, butter, preserves,
canned fruits, jellies, etc., in aid of their
supper, to be given in R. C II., Thursday
CJeorire E. O'H.ira's new soda fountian,
purchased with a view to the demands of
next summer, is the handsomest and com
pletest thing of tlie kind ever set up in
Cairo. It is of Tennessee marble with
Johnny Crowley, late with Ilalliday
Rro's. at St. Johns, has accepted a position
in the wholesale grocery establishment of
Brpckmeyer & Rankin, of St. Louis. The
cordisil good wishes of his hosts ot Cairo
friends go with him.
Prof. Warren,' of Evmisvillc, the some
what renowned leader of the Crescent City
cornet band, will add the charm of the
music of his Eb cornet to that of the Epis
copal choir, to-dny, on the occasion of the
Morris memorial services
In compliance with the request of
Mayor Winter, the flags of different engine
houses of theeity, were placed at half-must
yesterday, in respect to the memory ol
first assistant chief of the tire department.
the Me W. T. Reerwart.
The render is reipiestxl to hear in
mind that the masquerade ball of the Cairo
Turngenieinde will be held next Tuesday
evening. The bals masque of the K. M. K.
C, and the Cairo Casino will be held on
the evening of the 2."5tli inst.
Supt. Reck, of the Illinois Central R. R.,
is said to be un exceedingly skillful cornet
player. He filled a place in the band that
furnished music for the Ccntralia ball,
ffiven as a compliment to Mis llarclny.
.Mr. and Mrs. Seymour, were present, as par
ticipants. The stranger within our gates, who is
religiously inclined, wiH gain explicit and
reliable information sis to the times and
places of public worship, by consulting our
Church Directory, in another column. The
citizen, being a regular attendant, has the
whole thing ''by heart."
The little girls of the city, mere child
ren, are already in a feverish state of
mind about St. Valentine's day. The comic
and fancy valentines displayed in
the bookstores of the city, have excited a
perfect mania among them, and the smaller
the child the more intense the excitement.
The influence exerted is not entirely whole
Three or four petty offenders were tried
before Judge Uird. yesterday, and subjected
to small fines. Very few of the law-breakers
brought to justice, are chargeable with
offences of any greater magnitude than
drr.nkeness, disorderly conduct, and Lan
guage caleuiatad to provoke a breach of the
pence. Our house-breakers manage to es
Col. T. G. Davis, at one time the most
popular Democratic orator and criminal
hiwy. r in S iuth 'rn Illinois, lhit in. ire re
cently of the St. Loui bur, where he has
achieved un eminence, stepped into our cir
cuit court, yesterday morning, and 'was
warmly welcomed by his friends of other
day, who .are exactly sis numerotiH its
twenty year residents.
Lying prone upon tlie lower floor of
the Aiab engine house, yesterday, was a fe
male, the mother of two vi ry bright little
children, w ho appeared as much at home hi
the building as if they had never lived
anywhere else. The woman was not sick,
but lazy, and having no care for appear
ances, made herself as comfortable as the
surroundings would permit.
liarton, of tin! Carbondale 1'ree Press,
is much displeased with McKeaiy's rea
poijiuuenr. to tne Litiro posioinee. lie says
it will cost the Republican parly of the
district, not less than twenty-live hundred
votes, and tlie continued ascendency of the
party in the district depends upon Mac's
removal. Hence, it will be a work in tin
line of party duty to labor for his removal.
"Jliti'lcni'' w.iii in high spirits yester
day. He broke loose from his groom, after
reacliing the trsu k, and ran ftriotisly twice
around the track, belore he could be caught
again. He was immediately afterwards
matched against Rutcher Boy and beat him
twenty or thirty feet. It is also said that
he "coi Ked hiinselt" (pnte severely on his
way to the nice course. Quito n lively steed
is Harlem, truly.
While a substantial negro wench was
passing along Fourth street, yesterday morn
ing, two white men. dressed in the garb of
oiiioiuyiiieii, una net' una ooin oi t.iem
ii it . , . .
threw their aims around her and gave hi
long, earliest Iwj. Mm struggled with
them and llnally threw them o!V; but was
not very angry because of the "outra"e,"
Iin white-skinned ereatui'cs followed her
to the door ol' a neighboring house, mid
were slopped on the threshold by the wo
man shimming t,m door hi their faces,
What these f Hows needed was about a
gnlhui oiViihliiig wnter, rnVh.
. M'hs Fannie, dauoliter of Mr. W,
Barclay, of this city, is hi Centralia, visit
ing Miss Frsinkhi llexl'ord. On Friday
nitfhl a ball was held in t, (Jciitralhi
House, ns a compliment to .Miss Faunie,
which excelled anything of like character
ever given hi Centralist. White kids, gloves
and slippers, were the order of the occasion,
and the richness and elegance of the dresses
excited even the surprise of tlie participants,
who were, in the main, home people. It
wsis n very high compliment to Miss Fannie
and no doubt she apprcciatad it as such.
The Narrow-gauge is full-handed with
business, having shared largely in the
freigh carrying business created by the
blockade of the upper Mi-sissippi. The road
secured about seven hundred nnd tlfty
hogsheads of sugar, from one steamer, the
Belle of Shreveport, we believe, and was
sending the last consignment forward yes
terday. The female dead-beat, ol which we
ppoke yesterday, is gaining u reputation as
one of the shrewdest and hardest of her
kind. It is said that she succeeded, n few
nights ago, in getting n stranger in her
toils, dosed him with whisky until she
made him drunk, then relieved him of his
money and lit out. It is not improbable
that she will realize the consequences of
her wrong-doing by a term of sen-ice in the
penitentiary. She claims to bo u. yellow
fever refugee. If Cairo is to be afflicted
with many more such characters, we might
well invite the scourge to rid us of their
Moscow, Ivy., a few miles back of Col
umbus, was visited by burglar;, on Friday
last, who showed themselves experts, as
well in "cracking cribs
is in getting aw.ny j
with their "swag." The business hou-scof
Lane & Co., of that village, was en
tered sometime during Friday niiihf. Un
safe blown open and some thousand dollars
in cash stolen. In the expectation of a
handsome reward, the police of neighooring
towns will be a t to exercise considerable
diligence. As :io clue has been obtained,
either to the identity of the men, or their
whereabouts, the rascals will probably es
cape altogether unless whisky "gives them
The horse-race. yeterd;iy afternoon, re
sulted in a victory for the Cairo animal.
Mr. Kynaston, the owner, felt entire confi
dence in the ability of his horse to beat
Butcher Boy, and, contrary to advice that
friends would have given him, accepted a
wager to run an even race. The result con
firms the correctness of Kyniision's judg
ment. There was quite i large crowd of
spectators, and a number of bets were made
on the ground, the backers of Harlem com
ing home with their piles increased one
hundred per cut. Dave Murdock rode for
Kynaston. and his usual "luck" didn't for
sake him. He has rode a great many races,
but never lo.t one in his life.
The Morris memorial service in the
Church of the Redeemer, this morning,
will doubtless call out the largest audience
that ever assembled in the building. The
Knights Templar; the Cairo Lodge of A. F
and A. M's; the K. of the M. K. of C. and
the Delta City fire Company, will ail attend
as distinct organizations. The Cairo Reform
Club will sittend as individuals, and the
crowd of cit'z'Tis will be immcr.v. Mr.
Morris was a gci;tl"in:in of excellent s x i :t! '
qualities, was ot a genial, warm-hearted dis-
position, und hail endeared himself to qcife '
very man. woman and child of the ( '
We sire sippi-henstve that the capacity "I
the building will be overtax"!.
,, .i r , .. it,- it'
-l orioe .uemonai serwecs oi , . is. ,
Morns, deceased, the following order of .
services lists been announc d:
Anthem "I am the Resurrection and the
Life" by W. H. Troyte.
Burial Cl.ant-"Lord let me know my ,
end" by Feltoii.
Lesson 1st Cor. l o : v20.
Chant "Man that is born of a Woman,"
Anthem l'I heard n voice," by Walker.
Hymn "Lead Kindly Light."
Anthem "Clod of the Fatherless."
On Tuesday evening next, the em
ployes ol the lllinoi:; Southern hospital, as
sisted by Mrs, Win. Winter, of this city,
will give a drauistiii: entertainment, tin-proceeds
of which will be turned into the
treasury of the Illinois Industrial School
for Girls, situate!! at Evsuiston. ' The piece
selected for presentation is the fotir-aet
drama, entitled "Maud's I'eril," with .Mrs.
William Winter in the title role. The
building is supplied with a stage, all tho
ni'cesssiry scenery, and n very nod orches
tra under the lead of (leojge llonnard. lab'
of Cairo. The cast of the piece is siid ,,
he a very good one; but the demand up,,,,
our columns prevents its publication. A let
ter from Mrs. L. It, Wardner. V. 1 III, I,
S. for 0., for this congressional district, in.
forms us' that tickets will be found on sale,
in this city, at the book store, of Mr. I!. ',
I'sirker; and that citizens of Cairo, whu may
desire to be present, can to Asiim by the
I :rit p. m., train, and return by the ulnl
Wr have received a eonimuii'r,,';,,
signed by sill the menders of the
I : t . ti : i .
uim.ioie inn-Hie iroi me. on 111 WJ :. h o .
they would ivp eit their performance ; i
Winstny," mid closing with the r
that we make (he fact public. Well,
hsive done s.r, but have some doubt,, . M t,,
the propriety of wishing the boys stieersH.
It might. distract their nttenlioi iVom n,,.,.
hooks render study obnoxious niM mt.
slrelsy IrreHi-tably attractive, its vi. ,.
cause of tho money received nt ,,mr
as the applauso bestowed by the audience.
Men who have followed that profession for
yesirs, who have grown grey in tho service,
so to speak, would advisy these boys, to
put a strong bridle upon their inclination,
Mid not surrender their books for lamp
black. We do not know that any of them
have done. so. We are merely volunteering
a fiieudly admonition, with the hop ' that,
if the situation calls for it, it will be
-County Clerk Ilunini, who wsis in at
tendance on the County Clerk Convention,
recently held in Spriugllcld, has our thanks
for papers containing minutes of the con
vention's proceedings. Some of the changes
in the revenue law suggested by the con
vention are quite radical. Among other sug
gestions are the.se: To simplify the law
governing the collection of taxes. To do
awsiy with the forfeited or back tax nuisance,
by providing that property forfeited to the
State shall stand on the same footing, as
regards redemption, as that sold to individ
uals. To empower collectors to sei.' und
sell personal property to pay taxes on real
estate; and that all certificates of levy, by
whomsoever made, shall be filed with the
County Clerk on or before the 2nd Tuesday
iu September. J t has occurred for years psist,
in this county, at least, that the Auditor and
Treasurer delayed the levy of railroad bond
interest tax until December. As a conse
quence of this delay it was quite impossi
ble for the County Clerk to comply with the
law which requii'es the delivery ol the tax
l,j.;S to the collector o:i the lt day of
I January. It has lrcqtient'.y occurred that
the books were not d"liverc I until the LVdi
or 2nih, and this year thi; collector will not
receive his books before the 10th or 12th of
of the present month. This narrows down,
the time, given to the collector, compels
him to hurry up' collections, and n stilt- in
comparatively light collections.
The following tribute to the memory of
Camilla, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Csipt. Chas. T. Ilinde, we clip frum the
river department of the Louisville Courier
Cnniilla. only child and dasijhter of O.pt. Cha
T. Ilinde, died in Evausville Sunday ui-lit at 10
The blush of youth and beau'y Cwelt
Vpou Camilla' cheek.
'Twac joy and pride to m-c her fare -
Twuii blirs to hear her spriu:
l!nta the peaceful Salilath day
Slept In tin- ana if ijir;jt.
Camilla' ocl p-it oa it a wia-s
And upward tout im Cisbt.
Swwt child: I cr.ee b--te!d tl y f?.
And heard thy voice in mirth.
I ci.iud not b -lp l.at thii.l: of you
T.'j.iVamifnl for earth "'
To mother, father, let Lie a :
Ol may their liv.-f be i-peut
Jo-t like their ih!!J'-that they may go
The way ttnir d.ulsn; went.
Veaie."-!-. ;afaer at the jte.
And hrn yon ei; her rollic,
Receive h'-r i a lor! one fnasul
And -.'ivo her weloaie home;
Appoint mime bright, mine bjvely :ar.
Tint she may have a place
To -it aii I Mat a n fr un u'.oe.1
Wie-re we coi m- le r face.
TIU: RiiOilA RLE KM) OF IT.
A SI K! J.ISI.Il 1U!.!N; TO l OM.VW!) CnRiJlAI,
tO-ori.SSA'l ION !:l.l'l!!!:s K1SOM A Kt IS'lllr.IS
DIM t'ssSON OK '1 lii; I'.-.I.I- 0,1 l.s-i A.' lJ
I'm; Tin: Caiiiu Liii.i.::: r;.
I H.Alt S:it: !b"i e i an-h to be said
on this subject, Mr. Editor, that I must sik
.,. M.,(.hw .,. v.n... ,.;,;.,, ,
. id . a little to tl.e much I have air -id v
said, itu I say more.
To one and all who have' shown tin ir
in! -rest in this matter, by e-ivinL' uublie
,.x,iri.im t() Vm.-u. thoughts, and opinion.,
let tin; sav, again, thank you! And to those
who I know to be competent to have given
force and emphasis and ft telling imp. In
to this vexed question, let mc say that I
much r-grct you have not seen tit to do so.
If you were exempt from the eyil that your
aid could, doubtless, sc-sist in eradicating,
I should bo compelled to udmit that that
were, in some sort, an apology for your
silence; but since there can be no doubt in
the world of the fact that you, too, are suf
ferers, I have no excuse, ready at band,
that it would seem reasonable to oiler in
your behalf. You must and do understand
the situation; you certainly do talk it over
among yourselves; and quite as ccitainly
do you not hope to bring about any de
sired change by your present manner of
discussing it i My own poor effort has
been NsMieecssful, outwardly, than I would
have hoped for, little reason as I lisul for
presuming I could awaken an interest in
those quarters where it were most desirable
to 1 11 -i'ovvf an interest. Not that 1 am
without hope that the interest is there even
though I have no power to call it forth. It
is there, withheld for whatever it may he.
Of this I am certain: There is nothing
(hat so materially affects the comfort, the
heallh, the pocket-book, and (shall I ssiy
it?) tlm temper of half the women in our
city as the hired-help question, They can
not, consistently, deny a deep und peraoiisd
interest in it; nnd if the denial
were in.i.le no'., one intimate friend, be (.hid
iVionH man or women, of the lady making
It, would begin to believe it'.
There is yet, away down in my secret
moiiI, si strong belief in the selfish interest
that wilL i'o.Mi'i.1, each mid every one of us
lj exert ours 'If in this matter, even though
a fear of "what will people sayT should
hold us hack from n public expression of
our views, The day has come or is rapidly
Hearing, when even torpid Cairo will emerge
front the blind Ignorance that makes her
stick to the uncivilized ways of n rural vil
lage. Iu many ways she has taken on the
ways ot a city in many things that effect
tho general welfare of her citizens in a far
less degree than does this and she must
and will emerge from this ohl-.time relic of
ignorance very soon, now. There are too
many really intelligent housekeepers whose
interests lie here, for this to last
always. There arc too many wo
men of energy, who understniid their
own interests and have them too
fully in their mind's eye, to stand this
"wrong to Doth nidus" much longer. It re
mains, now, only to be seen how and where
it will first develop itself.
For one, I shall be ready to join in, as I
am now, ready and willing to accept suiy
reasonable proposition that may come from
any respectable quarter, whatever.
Last, but not less earnestly, Mr. Editor,
let me thsiiil; you for your great forbearance
and kindly courtesy in permitting so great si
space to be taken up by yours, etc. Will. you
please, should other ladies wish to say a
word on this question, allot to them the
space you have, heretofore, given to me;
With my best bow and kindest thanks trt
you, Mr. Editor; and a comprehensive bow
and a general "thsink you!" to all who have
come forward to my assistsmc, I will, for
the present, retire. ' A Sitklrku.
Many physicians are prescribing Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup because thry know it is
a good remedy lor children soul is warranted
not to contain either Opium, Morphia, I'sir
egorie or Laudanum the bstse of the usual
'Va.yi ki.-A girl to ilo general
work. Apply at the residen, e of ( ol.
C. W. IIvam!.i,.son, sit his hardware store
on C iinsu ; ial avenue, corner Twelfth
str'i i, has everything you want fpan a
tooth piek to the "Orand Ciiat t-r Oat"
cook stove, the nso.-t complete cooking
stove ever offered to the public. Don't buy
until you have seen them. Jmips, k.tnp
chimneys, lanterns, Sec, vve all' at "rock
For. S u.e. Two hou.s-s and five lots, on
North West comer Twenty-ninth and
I'oplar streets, at a bargain.
M. J. Howi kv, Agent.
Thf. I'Eoi'i.E ok Cairo need not U-told
That Mr. AS". M. Davidson is one of the
most skilled ;ind reliable workers in tin
ami sheet-iron that ever located in Cairo.
He demonstrated that fact misy years ago;
but that he may demonstrate it again, be
lias established himself in the rear of Mr.
Bristol's family grocery, where, sii; plie-l
with all necessary tool ; nd appliart-.-s. Is-bojM-s
to receive orders fruuitl. - ts- -.Img
his services. He is pr, pared to jcrforiii
siny kind of work, from tl.e patching of a
pint cup. to the noting and gutierini; of a
depit. He proposes i, do gvfi, honest
work tt living price-, and is not without
ho;e that his fellow-citizc-r:- will br-tuw
isjsui him a lilral share of t'eir patron -air-.
Attention Fikhman'. Th -ihrf r t Fir-('riipann-a
of the City are t-i.isettd t
-:oa- :;is. ;,:n
crnp upon Ooor ot ;:h i;- ri ; ' live I.iusiie
Hon-.-, td! after tie- h'irm! of W. T. D-r--.v.ti
t. iha easi-d, A--is'...::' ("hi- f of th- Fire
Department, of the City t!to dl-l at Kve.n
ville. Friday. Jan. ill. ls:o.
Bv order II -nry Wint-r, M ,. .r and C!.i. f
Cairo Fire Departssc i.t.
Blank bmks in stock or made to oidej
by Asnbrose l'yatt. paper Boxes mnnr.iac
tured to osiier. Call sit the Builetin Build
ing, or sid, ir-" hiia thro-ee.di ihe postoflici;.
Foil a g-nsl shave for ten c -sits, a good
hair ( tit for twenty-live cent.-, go to Henry
Schick's baber simp. No. J-pJ Commeeial
Fi:i:i; Ovsimt Lnii'.-h, every night at
half-past eight o'clock, at Harry Walker's
EsTllAY Cow. Taken up by the stlb
sciiber, living on Eightia nth street, be
tween Popular and Conniicrcial, on or
about the 20th instant, a red side cow with
white back, no car-marks and has a young
calf. The owner is requested to come for-'
ward, prove property, pay chargi s'ssnd take
her away. F. Witrrcwii'.
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 2!l, 179.
Fitni) lloi'MMiNz has started a blacksmith
shop again, at tin; old st;ind near Sixth nnd
Commercial avenue, where he will do all
kinds of blacksmithing, wheel-wrighting
and horse-shoeing, cheap, ciieai CHEAl ',
for Cash. Everybody knows that he has
been in the business before, is n skilled and
honest workman, who always gave entire
satisfaction. , He now asks all his old cus
tomers and as many new ones as may
please to come, to give him a trial once,
and he will make his prices to suit the
Jcst in and i-oit Sale, at low prices,
Yarmouth Corn, Duckwsill Tonmtors, While
Cherries, Lima Beans, Marrowfat l'eas'
Turkish Prunes, New Figs, Fresh Roasted
T'oifee of all grades, nnd a splendid mill to
grind them for you five of charge. ANo n
large stock of Sugar and CoU'ec. t;ive us
u call. We have a full stock of everything
in our line. Pi ttis S: Ibito.
Aid, tlie finest brands of cigars and to
bacco, line cut and plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc,, a largo
and varied stock, for silent wholesale and
retail, at F. Korsmycrs, Sixl, street, near
Nkwsi'AI'MHs. School Books, InkBof the
besst brands, Alhiunn, oflleo Fixture?,
Brackets, Pencils, Stuf.l Pens litul B variety
of Stationery, all at very low llgures, nlusiyi
on hand at Ambrose Pyatt's News and
Stationary Stano, Bulletin Building corner.
Fume oyster lunch nt hall-past eight
o'clock, overy night, at Harry Walker's
hti'oiiTA.vr to those wishing to save mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots mid
shoes. We have, on hsiiul and sue still re
ceiving, a complete, assortment of men's
boots and shoes, all styles and sizes, of the
best St. Louis and Cincinnati band-made
goods, which we sell lower thsiii ever be
fore, nnd lower thsm like goods can be ob
tained anywhere in the city. We alss-
IlllVe II good line of ladies shoes of the 1. est
manufacture, from a fine kid sewed, to a
course grsiill pegged slfbe, nil sizes, sold
very close. C. Km n,
No. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth nnd Sixth street.
Jcst received at Tut; Bi i.i.etin olNre,:
20 Reams extra heavy letter heads.
DO " " note "
20 thousand 11 and 10 lb bill heads.
20 Beams statements,
lo Beams bills lading.
A huge lot of linen letter and i. t :
Ill) thousand XX white and amber en
velopes, b;st quality, for the Cairo trad-.
Paki ii-.s having a phmo for .de or n n'.
im I'sisy terms can, most likely, lind si pin-'
chaser or renter by leaving' it description of
the instrument, with piiei-or monthly rental
w ith the business manager ot 'fun Hi ..i ;
un- J I
Ma.Jnil.N II. Bl.l.i il:t: in- vacated ih"
Court IIoiim- Saloon, mid b -i 1 1 s to apprise
the public that le- has taken po-evem ol'
his house on Thirteenth ..!;, rt. where he
will open a hoii-e tin the aerninniouetion
of regular and ti.ii.-i -ist boaj-'i-:'-, :V.r
nishiiig meals at a!! liiiur-. and iv;oi!.tti!ig
bis prices itecoidii'L' ! the tjini-v Tie- hun
dreds of citiei:- .Mid country people uiii
have stopjH'd with Mr. Beechcr need t.ot b--toM
that he sslwsiy.sfi -,!-. bi 'iatl'"iis osi th"
Ust that can Ih-h ad, b- i, w, 11 known
for his good und abc.adaat f-'i-ding. and
his acquaintances will be sine to give h:ni
a share of their patronage, and tii" ie:V:;,-
tTeUerallv sue invited to do o, lii.cw i-e. .
FlSl.K nY-TKlt I.I N( II evrey i 1 1 ; I . t at I .!.;;'-
past ei'jht o'rloek. is -pread by Hairy
(H LRADE B.
HV TII E -
Tunit'i- Hall Feln-'v L:tli HIT'.t.
UK VLTI1 1'APs.
UN PARALLELLED OFFEIt.
A KIJKK TEST TRIAL
oi' o;: or
HEALTH HHSTOIMXK TADS
We will . .-i.il i, a.- i.r our llt'AI.TU I.Ks :
l'0 TAOS lii aiiv Iut.-ii.il a!t!iit'-il villi le-.-o-l
"tiip.ali.-t. I II I I.I ami KKYHK. IM'P.l.s.
nS. I i is I I V K N f ss. ,,.rl,.. H, :1,' ... .
lit i- ; -ii. Nit'.' De'iilit'. -.ini liepere I'.,. . 1.
il th.-y "ill -. lei ii- e ,-ir nipoe.;. n.i! ....
:r-' una ai't ,. t-i " iel i. S.';ki (i it , . ;.
n i i;r" to ilie.r entire -iii-f.ieii.in m :.. 1 1,
tiiere ill !e- I'M lljar.'l-. Ve hl ln Oil- ;, nil
tlnee i ne piilillr' i.f th" -aprrlnr t ;-,! a i
OK OL'lt PADS.
Ami tliiit Hi y niil iln all - ir. A 1 h i fi r
Will liere-.nrih lie limited in leonlMT. t,e hnjii-,
tiier.-f.ire. aa ear) apiliisiliioi tt ill lie made. Aii-(ire--.
erv Jle-pe, tli.llv 1 our-.
HIS li. W.'KoRllKs.
I'. i Kltll teet. CillClllUilli.il!: o,
I'h'.siciaiis upeak in Term of 1'r.vN in lavor of lie'
I IVIIWtTI. .Illlie 1-1
Iliivlu'; hud umiecoh -iilei.ilile ariiialiil:iiice v
Hie i . i n-r o 1 1 . -i ol the l'a 1, I ran roncieiii I,.
n-. uiniie nil II an i xeellent reiie dv in all lie ri-e.i-es
for wliii 11 III'. Korlie" coun-eln ll- ikc
5 4 IS. .1. MAI.I.OW Kl.!..
-.'M In nrr'e Mri-el. t lie iiihiiTi.
What llev. Joseph finery, lie- uel) Wnu.t n I :iv
Cim iss vti. .1 u m- :;e. is;,,.
Hoting had a )tm' aeiiiailit:ihi e villi llr Fur'" .
I am -i.tlnlled tint uhiiteverlieriTiiliiiiii-in!. lie dees
so tmiicieiieloiis:) . mm e, ill pone ell tliev pnee'-e
HKV. .IOSKI'11 K.MHISY.
E.trai.l from a few of the Man v Lett-rs fivii: ally
received HI the Olllce.
One kivh: "J I'eel that tour I'ad- have mveil no
life " Another say: lour I'ml liu.)iit ivm-heil
my cine. It ia entirely removed mv eo-iiv. !;, .
and coii-eiiii.it Sick lieiidiiehe." Annllier v ne--;
Your I t 1 1 attended utrietly to luicliies.. und in
foitv-i-..'lii liniirH I felt n tvi-ll as-ever." iiotle a :
"Your I'ad hnn cured me of l!llllou-iies uml u Si li
pid Liver. I am hi tter than I have ln-eii In uti-niv
veurH." Still another niys:-I have endured all tie!
Imrrors irrowinn mil of a torpid Liter nnd IHi p-in.
After UkIiiu' your pad all lliem UN ielt me. uim
more: "I have used your Tails with perfectly sMii--factory
icttll. and eheerfislly iveoiiinieiid them I i
(hen hy tho
CAIK0 TUJ tXI S KM K I X I) K.
Ttii'iuT J J all,
FKIUUIAli V I tli, 1II71I.
TICKETS oil CENTS.
IM'KlfYliOllV Khmild atlelid, ll will he Hie (llvt
J nnd he-t hall of Ilia hciihoii.
(OMMITTKK Ol" AIIIUNllKMIIM'H.
Ifndolpli HeliMiicker. .Inlili MillIn. L. (:, Unrlier.
Kleihen hehwiinlli!, Win. Alha, John A. Koehlrr.
Hd. A. Under.