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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORMflU, FEBRUARY 4. 1879.
HE GUEAT BLOOD TONIC
ForlheciiM f nlV diKinoi' arliduR from Impnro
blood, ami for luvlisorailiw aud Mreujit lu'iitntc tlio
vital m-KMi. Aw you weuk. limotiH, dolilllMtud,
lialvautk emaciated r Ilavo you lout your appetite?
lUve vim tmuMMi, lull n In tho back. JtoT II' fo, Dr.
Liuiiw'T' Wood Hourchor will ilrlvo out the tliwaao
atidhritig bark tho llloom of lieultli. IMmpU'w,
Holla, KrviiflK. Totter. Halt Rlivitm. Ac. lire but
mirlHiw ludluillona of Wood Dim-am! i and Dr. I.lnd
acta Wood Keui-ehcr. bv purifylnu tbo nycti-m oft-
the xkln and ncaulllle the complexion. Sold
Virall drnctlHta. Jt .IM per bottle. If. K. Seller,
Proprietor, I'lttburg, Pa. llarcluy Ilro., .j.;i.-ut
gELLER'3 COUGH SYRUP.
Owirl.0n0.0tin bottle "old. It la the most pleasant
find popular remedy for Comjha, t'olilx. Croup.
Moanm-m aud all throat mid luiic dl-cuKe. IU
beeti iu low for half a conturv. Doctor recommend
aud pniccrlltolt. .1. K. Yoiiman, Iaiiiu I'. O., IU;!
-aval ; -It iaved my two children from the uruvo.
A L. KimmotiH, of Jlultlmore. Mil.. hIko w: "H
will euro the worm coiiifh Immeiliiitcly. Ak your
timed"! nrireuuml Blorekccper for it and take no
other. Prli-oa. Ml., and $U per bottle, s.-nd
for circular. K. K. Seller & Co., Proprietor",
l'UthliurK, Pa. Kan-lay Bros.. Agent, Cairo,
For over 51 your SELLER'S LIVElt FILLS have
been tbo tandnrd remedy for Liver Complaint,
('outwent. Sick Headache, Puin In hhoulilera or
liuck. Dlxzlneiw, Coaled Tongue. Fever and Aime,
and all ilime nrlidnjj from a deratiRed Mate of t he
Liver or Stomach. Thomas Adam, of Big Bandy.
Kv.. aava: ' Sollcr'a Pill have Hived hundreds of
dollara'ln dot-tor' bill in tula cimntrv. K. b.
Keller A Co., Proprietor, Plttabnrj;, l'a. Barclay
Hro.. Au'-nt. Cairo.
II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Kluhth anil Washington Avenue.
Office hour II. A. M. to r, .
RESIDENCE:-Coruer Nineteenth and Wano
lnyton. y H. MAREAN, M. D,
Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon.
Oflke 130 Commercial avenue. Residence xorncr
r'ouru-eutu St. aud Washington avenue, Cairo.
It. SMITH, M. p.
OhVe nni Residence:
NO. il TUIUTEENTH STREET, CAIRO. ILL
1JR. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ofpicb No. 13ft Commercial Avenue, bctwocn
r.ifiin anu .tuun mreL-w.
,It. W. C.'JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street. nearCommerci.il Avenue.
Q. T. WIIITLOOK,
OENE1UL COLLECTOR OF BILLS AND RENTS
All account of professional and business men
promptly attended to. Olllce, 13K Commercial ave
nue, between Eighth aud Ninth street.
References: Professional and lluelnesg men of
g P. WHEELER,
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth Ms.
J 1SEQAK & LANSDEN, '
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Mornins Daily in Southern Illinois.
We art) anthorlitcd to annoiiricc tho name of At
fiikd Ciiminos as a candidate for City Trcumrer at
ll.e emuiug city election.
Wcareathorir.edtoBunouncothe name ofWAi.
tkh L. Buihtoi, a a candidate for the nttlco of City
Treasurer, at the cusulug churter election.
We aro authorized to announce W. F.'Sciiitkeiih
as a candidate for City Clerk at the approaching
Notice. to whom it jiav coNi-kun. The Cairo
iltilletlu Co., will pay no bills contracted by any of
!t employes, or any ouc connected with The Bul
letin, unless tho same I made on a written order
aliT.icd by myself, uud the order must be attached to
the bill when preseuted.
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T.me. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Yel. Weather,
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fi p. III. 80, 1 5
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W. S Cleur
0. 0 Clear
E. 5 Clear
Maximum Temperature. 4S0; Minimum Tern
tH.-rttturu, Rainfall, 0 00 inch.
W. II. RAY.
Serc't Signal Corns, U. S. A,
Mr. Jcwett Wilcox will leave fur
CliKinK", tl'l" nftcmoon.
McKi'ttig' noininution p poRt-mastvr
of Cuiro liiw iK't-n confirmed.
Mr. Henry Halliiluy, of tlic firm of
Hiilliilay Bro'u, in on the sick lint.
Tho old Hilwrniiin engine house is be
ing converted into a tenement liou.se.
Tho Eust Cairo railroad office has Ih-cii
wmjileti'd und put in very convenient bhupe
Mr. Obevly left the city fur Springfield
1y the nfternoon train yeM .-nluy, und will
lie uliseut until next S.itnrdiiy.
Tlio cliuin gang were doing good ser
vice on Washington, avenue, below Eighth
yesterday, dialling the aveuue.
Judge linker, of the Snjireme bench,
Kjvnt the Sulbath witli his family, comiug
down from Springfield for that purpose.
Mr. C. It. Stuart was believed to be
nomewhnt better, yesterday evening. He
quite low, however, and very weak. .
Two hundred und fifty-nix children
wero in attendance at the frx-tibytcriun
Sublmth school, Sunday, being a gain of
six over the attendance of the Sunday previous.
Mrs. Wood Beekwith, living behind
Wolf Island, and an old resident of that
portion of Missouri, departed this lifts last
We hear it stated that Mr. Gash's
family will relocate iu Cairo permanently.
Mr. 0. has been iu the city several weeks.
Mrs. G. arrived u few days ago.
Willie Wilcox, son of Jcwett, has
been unpointed to the responsible position
of private secretary to Marvin Hughett,
manager of the Chicago &, North Y estcrn
To-morrow being "Wcnstay' the
Juvenile minstrels will devote the evening
to an exhibition of what they know about
Ethiopian minstrelsy and the deliu"ation of
Miss Ella Armstrong, teacher in room
No. 2. of the Cairo High School building,
was sick yesterday, and unable to fill her
place in the school room. 1 he nature oi
her ftihnent we did not learn.
Cinder sidewalks are growing in popu
larity. Dr. Smith will put down seventy.
Jive feet, and to that end invites donations
of cinders. He would, we dare say, prefer
them delivered on the ground.
John Smith, boss engineer of the
Egyptian Mills, thinking himself sufficient
ly recovered, resumed work, yesterday
looming, but was soon taken with a re
lapse, and. is confined to his room again.
TheW. C. T. U. S. supper will be
given Thursday night. Let it be remem
bered, meanwhile, that donations of ed
ibles will be in order, any time during the
day preceding the evening of tha supper.
The dramatio entertainment in the
Southern Illinois Insane Asylum, comes off
this evening. Persons from Cairo will re
ceive a cordial welcome, and can be at
home again between three and four in the
The steamer Jack Winter, having been
put in order, will be tested to-day, at the
corner of Sixth and Commercial, at
half past one o'clock. The trial hereto
fore announced -was post-poned because
of the rain.
A force of men, with a trip hammer,
or pile-driver, are engaged at the work of
driving piles at the cradle end of the Cairo
incline, supplying those knocked out of
place by the ice, and strengthening the
AREyougoing behind in business? send
for the Weekly Financial Iteport of Alex
Frotlu'gham tfc Co., brokers 12 Wall Street,
New York, which is sent free and contains
information how, by investing f jO to $100
in stock operation. $1,000 is frequently
Itankin, the barkeeper whom the ne
gro desperado shot through the lungs, last
Christmas, is again on his feet; but not
able to resume work. It was feared that
he would be permanently paralyzed, par
tially, but no such consequences have en
sued. Prof. Warren, the cornetist, here Sun-
lay, is a composer of recognized merit. His
best compositions are such as he played off
on his cornet, without a moment's thought
or hesitation. Like the late CliarlCv Wit-
tig, jr., he first played his mu:-ic and then
wrote it down.
The Turner masquerade ball, which
has been regularly advertised in The
Bulletin, comes off in Turner Hall, to
night. Preparations in progress, as well
among the ladies as among the masculines,
indicate a largo turnout of maskers, und a
general good time.
-John Holmes, still a resident of far-off
Colorado, has not been well since th fire,
but is tilling a situation adapted to his
strength and condition. He is promised a
situation next spring, on a road now in
course of construction, that will soon place
him on his old financial feet again.
The mouth of Seventh street is full of
mud, and the same kind of mud has accu
mulated on both sides of its mouth. No
where in the city could about fifty loads of
cinders be used to better advantage than
right there. The mud forms an unseemly
sight, for such a business center as 7th and
News was received from Chicago yes
terday afternoon, to the effect that Theo
dore Carrigan was lying nt tho point of
death from consumption. His condition
wits regarded as most critical indeed, Fur
tlinr nuws, in the same connection, was com
municatetl, thut all his Cairo friends should
know, and dm learn by culling' on Mr. Fred.
The Bcllktis Prices-Current a full
and entirely reliablu report of actual trans
actions iu the Cairo Market will be print
ed mid circulated to-day. Every enter
prising business man of the city, should be
a subscriber for at least twenty-five copies,
for their country customers. Tho attention
would be appreciated, and the cost repaid
a dozen times over.
--We enjoyed the pleasure of n call
yesterday, from Mr. Jcwett 1 Wilcox,
who arrived in the city Saturday. The sale
aud transfer ot the Tremont, House, placed
that establishment in churgc of new niuna
gers, Mr. Wjlco.x retiring with a highly
complimentary endorsement of his skillful,
energetic and successful management, and
with the cordial good wishes of everylwily
witli whom he was thrown in business con
flict. We are sorry to add that it is not his
purpose to resume the manugemeut of the St.
Charles.. It is scarcely, probable, however,
that tho building will remain closed much
longer. The prospects are that it will be
re-opened soon under a new ownership.
If, as we now hear, the Juvenile Cairo
Minstrels intend to apply such money as
they secure through their performances, to
tho purchase of books for tin "amateuro
library," the public will not withhold words
of commendation. A feature of the per
formance to-morrow night, will be clog
dancing by Lally and Walsh, who kindly
volunteer to help the boys along.
-Gentlemen who proposed visiting tho
entertainment at Anna, have concluded not
to make tho trip, because of their inability
to make a satisfactory arrangement with
tho railroad. It is claimed on their part
that the railroad will make one and one-fifth
rates for the round trip, provided a party
of twenty-five was formed. The leaders in
the movement, unwilling to asssumo the
responsibility of saying that twenty-five
would go up, abandoned the matter alto
gether. An up-town youngster, searching, lie
didn't know exactly why, among the rub
bish thrown front the court house windows
found a folded sheet of paper addressed,, in
a wretched scrawling hand "to Enny body
that fines this.'' "I hav sicks hundred dolers
hurried in this Town and will tak the man
that gets me out of this write to the spot
and giv him fiv hundred of it, mum is the
word." From the dirty and decayed char
acterof the paper, we infer that the note was
thrown out of the jail window about the 1st
day of last April.
Mrs. Tisdalc was greeted by a large
and intelligent audience, in the M. E.
church, Sunday night, and it is generally
agreed that she entertained it very handsome
ly. Her subject was "Industrial Schools
for Girls, and their Necessity to Society."
Being the State lecturer for the Illinois as
sociation, and, withal, a finished elocution
ist, Mrs. T. gave her hearers an entertaining
and well-delivered discourse. It was such
an appeal for tho friendless girl-outcast, as
every man in Illinois should hear, repeated
at least four times a year.
Mr James Ross, recently elected to the
position of Financial Secretary of the Cairo
Reform club, respectfully declines the in
tended honor, alleging as a reason for his
non-acceptance, a pressure of business du
ties that requires his constant attention.
The place has now been vacant a month or
more, and unless soon filled by an active,
interested man, the club will feel a financial
pressure that will seriously mar the efficien
cy of its work. It will be impossible to se
cure another Capt. Williams; but very re
spectable material is left from which a
choice can bo made.
Mr. Rudy Schnell and wife celebrated
their wooden weddiug last night, in the
Cella building, corner of Twentieth and
Poplar. There was a goodly crowd of
friends and acquaintances preseut, who,
with music and dancing, and the cordial
cheer of Mr. and Mrs. Schnell, enjoyed
themselves right heartily. It is spoken of,
indeed, as an affair most enjoyable
throughout. We have not been furnished
with a list of the presents; but the happy
couple were not forgotten, by any means.
A rush of work which we couid neither
postpone or charge to other hands inter
vened to prevent our personal attendance.
Otherwise, the pressing invitation we re
ceived would have been accepted witli
-The Bulletin is compelled, as a
measure of self-protection, fo cut off its
dead-heads. Its list comprises dozens of
men and societies that aro abundantly able
to pay for the paper, and if we understand
ourselves, and wo think we do, we aro not
able to supply it gratuitously. If the mere
cost of the papers thus furnished, covered
the entire cost, we might possibly, carry the
self-imposed burden; but our generosity in
that regard has operated to our disadvan
tage otherwise. It is safe to say that us
many as a dozen of our subscribers dis
continued their subscriptions with the frank
avowal that they did so because they ob
tained a free reading of the paper at places
of public resort where we had placed it
gratuitously. This being the case we feci
as above stated, constrained to "kp off"
The City Council will meet in regular
session, this evening. Wliut that august
lxidy shall do and say, will be made known
in Tub Bulletin, of the following morn
ing. Now that all scruples as to the legal
ity of the step huve been removed by the
written opinion of the Corporation Counsel,
we snail expect u movement to lie nmde
looking to a compliance with tlie prayer
of the petition, presented several weeks since
by Alderman Rittenhouse. Tlie prayer of
the petition was to the effect that no
liquor license be grunted hereafter, unless
a majority of the voters and tlie women
uIkivc the age of eighteen years, living in
tin; ward where it is proposed to establish
the saloon, give their consent in writing to
the issuance of the license. Tliis opens an
interesting question, and one that will
scarcely be decided by the piTMit hoard of
aldermen. : 1
There was a terrific rough arnl tumble
tight between nx men, on one ,imi an
eighteen year old Ixiy, who, humuse ()f a
protracted residence in the swuinps of Mis
souri, had dwindled down to U.T pounds
oi the other side. The fight eimiinenccd
at East Cairo, and as every ninn of the
crowd scenied determined iiottol,,, wutisduJ
unless ho got whipped or whi,pM,i Home
body, the lookers-ou thought it uJvisublc
not to interfere. After a regular knock
down and drag-out tussle of twenty minutes
duration, three of tho six subsided, In
rather a delapidutcd condition. They wero
whipped, by the boy, and satisfied to stay
whipped. But not so with tho other three.
The exertion required to successfully fight
so many men, finally began to toll on tho
wind of the youth, and by tho time the
boat reached tho Missouri shore, ho was
classablo with the first three a pretty bad
ly whipped man. Tho whole seven were
drunk, quarreled about u trifle probably,
aud gave each other ribs und heads that
will probably lie sore for tho next fort
night. The "crying sin" of the times in Cairo,
seems to be drunkenness among the stran
gers who come among us from Memphis,
Louisville, Paducah and Metropolis. No
less than a half dozen such olfenders were
brought to account, yesterday, four of them
in a gang before Judge Bird. Thomas
Sweeney was fined 2 and costs; but ex
pressing a desire to go where he could get
drunk, with impunity, he was allowed a
stay of execution, and straightway put out
for Paducah. Thomas O'Neal aud Isaac
Baugh wero confessedly guilty, and were
calaboosed five days each. II. P. Ray's
case being tweuty per cent, less aggrava
ting, he was sent over for only four days.
The chain-gang was thus increased by
three very vigorous and healthy men, nt u
time when considerable work can be profit
ably expended ou our streets and crossings.
Tho memorial services held at the
Church of the Redeemer on Sunday last,
whs a fitting tribute to the memory of one
who occupied a warm place in the hearts of
all who knew him. No man in Cairo had
more friends or fewer enemien than William
II. Morris, and no better evidence
of a general sorrow for his loss,
could have been furnished than
that presented by the densely crowded
church on Sunday, The whole ceremony
was most solemn and impressive. The
music by tho choir, backed by the organ
and a skillfully, played cornet in the hands
of Prof. Warren, of Evansville, was in full
sympathy with the occusiou, possessing a
sweet, tremulous melody that deeply moved
the feelings of everybody present. The
sermon, by Rev. Dillon-Lee, we hope to be
permitted to present in full to tlie many
readers of The Bulletin and the friends
of Mr. Morris, who would doubtles pre
serve it in memory of their deceased friend.
The discourse embodied a full ami very
interesting biographical sketch of the de
ceased the leading facts of which we gave
iu the obituary notice published the day
following Mr. Morris' death. But the
whole sermon was listened to with the pro
foundest attention, and was regarded by all
us eminently appropriate, able and deeply
entertaining. The several organizations of
which deceased was at the time of his
death, a member, were in nttendence, most
of them as societies, but one or more repre
sented by individual members. Tlie turn
out the largest that ever gathered in the
buildiug, was, of itself, an abundant assur
ance to the mourning relatives, that the
hearts of the great body of our people deep
ly and sincerely sympathize with them in
their sorrow that W. II. Morris, 'though
dead, is not forgotten.
The special reporter of Tn e Bulletin
bestows upon the new place of aniiisenie.it,
the followingextended notice. We can only
add, on our own account, that parties who
attended, expressed themselves well pleased,
alike with the unexceptionable character of
tbo entertainment, and the excellent order
that prevailed during tho eutire evening.
But here is the notice: The opening of
the Theater Coniiqito, on last Saturday
evening, attracted an immense audience.
Every seat in the house was occupied at an
early hour, and when the time for the per
formance to begin arrived, standing room
was at a premium. The entertainment pre
sented was of the variety nature, but
was of a high toned and strictly
respectable character that reflected credit
upon both tho proprietor, and Mr. Bowman,
manager of the institution. The performance
opened with the usual circle, in which ap
peared the entire company, with the Messrs.
Bowman occupying the ends, and Gus La
lnond, interlocutor, three gentfemen well
calculated fer their places, who, with their
comic songs, stories and jokes, all new uud
highly enjoyable, did not fail to fill their
part of the bill to the entire satisfaction of
everybody. "Gathering up Shells from tho
8ea Shore," by Miss May Conoly, and a
charming ballad by Miss Millie Dale, two
ladies possessed of good voici.-s, were very
prettily sung, and warmly applauded. The
first purt was then terminated by an old time
plantation wulk-urouud. After a short in
termission, the vuriety portion of the enter
tainment is begun by Billy Wolf, with thu
comic Irish character song, "I'm a Relation
of Muldoon the Solid Man." Wolf has nu
excellent brogue, makes up well and is a
good singer, and in this specialty lie is
equal to any Irish comedian who has ap
peared on the hoards of Ibis city in years. As
it Dutclimun he is also good and won the
most enthusiastic, applause. Tlie Misses
Dale and Conoly, in their budgets of songs
were pleasing in manner and their singing
very agreeuhle to the cur. Bowmiiit and
Lnmoud in a plantation song ami dancu urn
good, as is also .Johnny Bowman' In his
Bongsiuid paper tearing tricks. Miss Mil
lie Dale does a pretty jig d.iueo for which
she Is repeatedly encored. The perform
ance is brought to a close hy a very funny
negro sketch, which s,'in!s tlie audience
home full of good fouling mid merriment.
All in nil tho show is a very good one, is
enjoyable to tho audience and creditable to
the performers. Tho same programme was
repeated last evening to a full house, and
will bo continued until further notice.
It is a fortunate thing for tho tax-pay
ers of Alexander county, that tho poorer
class of our colored population will Buffer
extreme hunger and every conceivable do
privation before they will permit themselves
to become tho pauper charges ot the county.
Were thoy as ready to take advantage of
oar poor laws thu whites are, our expen
ditures ou acconnt of paupers would be
doubled, in less than six months; but they
shrink from tho very idea of the poor house,
as from a jiorror. A caso in point is tho fol
lowing: In the upper part of the
city, on Twenty-eigth street, is a
colored woman, known as "Aunt
Mary," who, for a period of two
or three months, has been suffering the tor
tures of a continuous death, from an attack
of inflammatory rheumatism. She is unable
to turn herself in bed, and shrieksand cries
from the intensity of her pains until her
vocal organs absolutely refuse to do further
duty. During all those two or three months,
her daughter, whose name is Viney, Jias
stayed, with more than a daughter's devo
tion, by her bedside constantly, obtaining no
sleep but that which overcame her while
sitting in her chair.' The last cent of
money was expended for food many
weeks ngo, and both mother ami daughter,
governed by a foolish pride, declined to
make their destitution known, and hud en
tered upon a course f absolute starvation.
A generous hearted neighbor, happening to
call to see the sick woman, discovered that
there was not a mouthful of any kind of
food in the house, and, by adroit question
ing, succeeded in finding out that the
women were equally destitute of money
For a period of two or three weeks the
generous-hearted neighbor supplied the suf
ering invalid with food once every day, until,
from wading throngh the snow and mud
to leach the house, she, too, was taken sick;
and now, for a week or more, has been tin
able to leave hor bed. Deprived of this
charity, the family is again suffering for
the commonest necessaries. The girl is a
good and willing worker, but cannot leave
her mother's side for a single hour; there
are no men folks to depend upon, und unless
help from the neighbors is actually volun
teered, we firmly believe that both mother
and daughtcMvould starve to death, before
they would beg, or go upon the streets and
tell their story of want und destitution.
EESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT FOR
WM. II. MORRIS, DECEASED.
At a meeting of the Delta City Fire com
puny, held on Thursday evening, the 30th
tilt., the following preamble and rcsolu
tions were rejiorted and unanimously adopt
Wiuoikas, It has pleased the Ruler of
the Universe, to remove hence our much
esteemed brother anJ fireman, Mr. W. II
Morris, who died in the city of Chicago, on
the 20th of January, 1879; and
Whkheas, We deem it proper to give
expression to our sorrow over the loss of so
valuable a member of our company; up
right and well-beloved citizen und indulg
ent, affectionate and provident husband and
father. Therefore, be it
Resolved, That bv the death of Wil
limn H. Morris this company has lost a
valuable member und one who ever main
tained a strong claim upon our friendship
and confidence; that the community ha
lost un upright und exemplar)' citizen, who
shrank from the perlornianco ot no duty
public or private a man who sympathized
with the deserving poor, and to whom the
hand asking charity was never extended in
Resolved, That u the family of the de
ceased, w ho are deprived, of a loving, prov
ident huslmml, and affectionate and indtil
gent father, this company extends an ex
pression of sincere sympathy and condo
lence; and that as an evidence ot respect,
we drape our hall in mourning, set aside n
page of our journal as sacred to the memo
ry of our deceased brother, and cause the
publication ot these resolutions in tho city
papers. Geo. E. O'Haha,
Fit kd Smith,
W. C. T. U. Sui'i'Eii.-Tho Woman's
Christian Temperance Union will give an
Ovsteii Huri'Eii, Thursday, Feb. (ith, in tho
Temperance Reform hall, to which the pub
lie are cordially invited. Supper will be
served at six o'clock for the accommodation
of business men. Friends of tho cause and
members mo requested to douatccold meat,
pickles, celery and bread. Please semi
them to the hull Thursday afternoon.
Come! aad for tho small sum of 2!icU.
get a good supi'En and aid the cause.
By order of tho Union.
Seven to kioiit o'clock i. m. For tho
accommodation of mechanics, workingmen
und others, who huvo business with tho
Widow's and Orphan's Mutual Aid Society,
that can not find time during tho day, tho
office will be open at nights from seven to
eight o'clock, p.m. Thomas Lewis,
Wanted, Bov.-A stout boy, tmo that Is
willing to learn the business thoroughly,
can find work under the pressman in The
Bulletin press-room. Apply in own
hand writing at this ollice.
Wantki,-A girl t do general house
work. Appiy at the residence of Col. John
Foil 8ai,l-Two houses and five lots, on
Nortli West corner Twenty-ninth and
Poplar streets, nt a bargain.'
M. J. HowutT, Agent.
A. Halley, tho Commercial avenuo tin
ware merchant, invites attention to his
largo and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery und funcy goods. His cook stoves
aro among tho lutest and best patterns and
nro not excelled as bakers by anything in
tho market; they aro of tho heaviest make
and will luHt longer und use less' fuel than
any other. Sold M close as to mako it nn
object to call and examine. Everything
else low to suit tho times.
Pautiks having a piano for sale or rent
on easy terms can, most likely, find a pur
chaser or renter by leaving n description of
tho instrument, with priceor monthly rental
with the business manager of The Bulle
tin. C. W. IIkndkiison, at his hardware store
on Commercial avenue, comer Twelfth
street, has everything you want from a
tooth pick to the "Grand Charter Oak"
cook stove, the most complete cooking
stove ever offered to the public. Don't buy
until you have seen them. Lamps, lamp
chimneys, lanterns, &c, &c all at "rock
Foil a good shave for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's baber shop, No. 112 Comniecial
Bhanch Okkre of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansville, at Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
All the finest brands ot cigars and to
bacco, fine cut and" plyg, meerschaum aud
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc., a largo
and varied stock, for sale at wholesale end
retail, at F. Korsmycrs, Sixth street near
TUESDAY, MARDI (J HAS,
MASQUERADE 15 ALL.
Olvcu liy the
FEBRUARY 1th, 187i.
TICKETS 50 CENTS.
TVKHVIHiDY Micmlil attend. It will he thu ftr-t,
1 J und lnl bull ef tliu nennuii.
COMMITTEE OP AHRANGKMKNT .
Ifii'lolih l!i'liaikiT. John Mutzlir. L. ('. IIirN'rt.
Stephen Scbwuulu, Win. Alba, John A. Ki i.lir,
Eil, A. Under, ,
A FKEE TEST TJtlAL
OF ONE OF
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
Wo will 8end ono or oar 1IRAI.T1I HKSTOIt
1N(1 PADS tn nny Iuvallil iilllli ted with Liver
Cnintiluliit. rllll.l.H mid KKVKIl, INDKiKS
TION, (.'OST1VKNKSS. KinvniiH lleudiulii-,
l)Kicpsiu, Nervoin Debility und Impart) llloncl,
II they will Hi-lid tin their Hvinpinmn nml ml
droK nml ufmo to "end tn $'Mio It' It imIVim
n curu to tliulr eullru fiitixlHrtion, oilieiwini)
there, will be no I'liarjni. Wu will do thin to con
vlneo tho, public of tho Biiperlur value, u a
OF OUR PADS.
And thut they will do all wo fay. As tlile oTer
will necenKurlly liu limited In number, w hope,
thereforo, un curly ii siillcut Ion will Im mudo. Ad
drus. ory Itecnectriillv Yinim.
Hit. (I. W.-FOKIIKS.
173 Elm street, t'lmlmniti,Ohlti,
riiynlcluim fpenk In Terms of Prnlnu In luvor of tho
Cincinnati, Juno ifl, ny,,
' Hiivlinr hud vonmcnnHldomlilu lu-tittitlnt titii-e witli
the operation of thu 1'nd, I can t'oneieiicliiiii.y
ri'i'oininenil It n nn exetdlcnt remedy In nil liu ell -utivn
for which Dr. l"nrl, ooijhhi1m Iib w.
lilH (ii-orgu Street, t'lneiniiiul.
Whut Kev, Joseph Emery, Ihn vvell-knowu t'lly
Cincinnati, .Tmit) SO, 1k;h.
Iluvlns Imd a loni; ncqiitilntnuco wlt.li Hr, l-'orbuw,
I iiiii Kiillilled thut whatever horecoiniiieudH he doe
no eoniicleiieloitiily, una w ill prove nil Ihev promlxu.
I'KV. JUhlil'il E.MKI1Y.
Extract fll,ll R f('w of ,llu M",,v heller rreimuntly
received nt thu Olllce.
(mo unyn i " feel thut your Pod hnvo nnved mv
llf." Another miym "Votir Pud hnnjuct reuchud
mycin'e, It Iiiih entirely removed my coNtlveticmt
nml conicnufiit Hick Headache," Another v-rltcn:
" Yolir I'llll intended ftrlctlV to himlneaa. mirl In
furly elL'hl IliiurH I fell H well amivvr." Another:
"Your l'nd lin't'iired mc of lllllloiinuii mid a tor
pid l.lver. I nut heller than I have been Iu twenty
Vlilll. " Mllll utlftlltn! rniVH ! I h.vd i,.iilli...,t ull !.-..
horror" irrnwlnu nut of a torpid I.Ivor and Dyitpep.la,
Alter imliiu your pud all tlicno III left mo." Ono
tnornf-"! imvo lined your Piul with perfectly utl.
factory result, and cheerfully rocuiumoud them to