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II. JIAHEAN, M.
Homeivt3ilcPliJsIiian ajid ftargrcou
OSca 11 Commercial avenue. Boaldenc corner
Fourteenth Ht. tad Washington nveuua, Cairo,
H. E. W. WHITLOCK,
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Orsiei-Ho. 1l Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and junta Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Elghth Street, near Commercial Avcnne.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE :-Wlth the Widows aud Oorpnana' Mu
oil Aid Society.
J1NEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE Xo. Ill Commercial Avenue.
(JAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE fcgkH STATES.
On and after Monday, June 15, the boat will make
tr.e rouoing trips:
LIATC UriVE LEAVIS
Foot Foarth at Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. m. ?:. m. 8 a.m.
a-m. 9:) a.m. 10 a.m.
Hi. m. ll:.'toa-ni. li m.
ip.m. p.m. 3 p.m.
p. m. 5:00 p.m.- 5:40 p.m.
4 a. m. a.m. " 10 a. m.
1 p.m. S:tt p.m. 4 p. m.
pOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH
Tie OcattSidtwheei Passenger Steaaer
a. J. b:sd
rtirta, n riipi?i. tut wit Liaiaj ey
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Milli iuUromtt rrvuut ia..
.iie n nyi bottles.
si- prsr,Tixrrs one dollar:
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7G Ohio Levee.
Boat Stores and Groceries,
4 tf all kind.
OPKX NIGHT AND IJAY.
Fresh Dairy and Wit Edge Butter, Oysters and all
klucs of fruit when in season, ou band and deliv
ered promptly at residences free. Oysters delivered
iu ice. (
ONE NIGH IT ONLY,
Tuesday October 21st.. 11171).
Farewell eugagetnute of the Favorite Actirj
Prior to her departure to Europe. Support by
W. II. LEAKE
, nd bin own .
Tew York Cpmbination
Of Sixteen Avtlntst.
In Dlcku' favorite work
I,Oiilwi Fomery a. Naury Hyke.
W. II. Leake n Bill Sykei
Uesorred aoata without .r cbarw-Xow'on
ffulo at Dan Uartiuau a.
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An Mjmniitoflj(',inf iNH. iW'md -fiver-
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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IN AND AROUND THE CITY
Judgo Green was among tho returning
Caimites brought in by the Fisk, yester
Mrs. Metcalt returned from a visit to
Puducah, yesterday afternoon, by the
Cnpt. Jim Morris, of Pulaski county,
was numberod among the thousands of out
stilera who thronged our streets, yesterday.
Mr. Z. W. Bugg, a prominent citizen of
Blandville, and his wife, were in the city
yesterday, guests of the Arlington.
The Alice Oates troupe called out a full
house last night, notwithstanding the coun
ter attractions, and everybody was de
The Alice Oates Opera troupe, twenty-
nine in number, arrived in tho city yester
day evening, and took quarters m the St.
Both the PiJucah packets came in
crowded with people yesferday. A second
table had to be spread at dinner time, on
Miss Ida Harrell, who has been absent
ten or twelve days, visiting the Paducah
fair, and relatives in Metropolis, returned
home by tho Fisk yesterday.
R. A. Cuhl, of Dongola, J. A. McKin
ney, of Tunnel Hilf and F. E. Jewett. of St.
Louis, arrived in Ciiro, yesterday, on a
Ths little girl, to whose death allusion
is made elsewhere, was a daughter of M'rs.
Annie Fullerton, of Thebes, and a pupil of
Miss Jennie Warwick's school.
Mrs. Mollie Jones, Miss Eliza Lcfiin
and Miss Jennie Loud, of Metropolis, are
in the city, visiting friends. Thev arrived
on the Champion, yesterday afternoon.
There will be a meeting of the lecture
committee at the Temperance club room
Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock, to arrange
tor the first of the winter series of lectures
We have beta requested to say that
taere will be English service in the Lu-
thena Church.at the usual hour this even
ing, free, aal the public generally
Tie wi"i o: Ihrtm's r.cv luiM-
Irg LiTe ba carried to the middle of
tie fcWE'J story wiz i.yx. It will be a well
btii'.t aal rerv corrmclious businsess
A ca of clothing, stored m tlie C. &
V. Jtpvt. m as L-rvken opta.algUt lfbr.? lst,
12 i il-yi: a d-. .r-:n pairs of pants and several
were & wtractei therefrom. Culprits
::t Iz Lir;l vet.
Tu nw iron cradles on the Illinois
Cccm! incli-e. luve a strong. rassive a;
pearace that -t-t25 to furnish an aW.ute
gt:irir.te against acc: ier.t or mishap f,..r
all tixe to come.
Quit-? a iari'? r.um'er cas: down fro:;;
M;trw:l!j an-i M-ua-l City to attend the
Alice Oitcs jTcsentiti'.n of Pinafore, otliers
to attend Batch.-!; der & Dorris" circus. It
was a paying trip for W.h cratts.
At 4 o'clock yesterday, the Arlington
had registereJ tighty-four guests. Passing
to the Planter and St. Char'.u we f und
them full to overflowing. A big day for
Cairo, was October lth. in every way.'
Mr. Sam Fisher, after an illness that
was protracted over several months, died at
2 o'clock yesterday morning. Weak, worn
and oxhausted, he sank quietly to hi eter
nal ro-t. See notice in another cv'.u:u:i.
The Fisk stuck o'a the Gr ind Chuia for
a short time, yesterday. The Champion
bumped the roeks occasionally, ,u; ,jot
over without grounding. I5:it, at t:i? pres
ent stage of tlieriver, such little m;.sfrs
are "hardly cwr" avoided.
We heard an inveterate smoker say
yesterday as he came out of F. Korsnu-ycr's
with a handful of cigars, that l;u "always
smoked the "Faultiest" that it was n.s
good as any ton cent cigar he ever tried."
Sold by F. Korstueyer, Sixth near L'.vee.
Hongler's menagerie, with Ditehellcr
& Dorris' circus, herelast niglit, comprised
the finest lot af animals ever exhibited ia
Cairo. The lions and tiircrs wevc cefial
ly ine, and the elepiiant w;is on0 of t10 ),LSt
trained we ever saw in a circus ring. '
Mr. Dan Norton, of Sliawneetown,
brought down a pair of bay carriage lu.rvs
to the Paducah fair, on Friday last, that
carried on" the b'.ti ! ribbon. One of tho sum .
horses took the Ilrst prire as the best md
mal in sing',, baiaess. It U said that Nor
ton secured th span at a cost of one thou
The Louio Pomeroy troupe will pre
sent to the people in Cairo, next Tuesday
i veniug. a tiist popular and al)sorbiug!y a.
t-rcsting dramatization of Dickens favorite
work, " "Oliver Twist." with Miss pomeroy
as Nancy Sykes. It i9 a bjll tlflit ought to
mid no doubt will, (ill the Atheneum to
Mr. Cahill while at work in Mr.Gali
ghcr elevator, ycst. rday afternont:, stepped
upon a plank that tippad under Ids ! -It
und threw him forward with considerable'
violence across a joint. It was thought Ut A
timethVt he had sustained serious Internal
injuries; but rich fears were soon tllra
ted. 1 '
' CAIRO BULLETIN: feUKDAY MORNING, .OCTOBER 10, 1879.
A colored mm named Shad Hawkins
engaged in a conversation with a colored
girl yesterday evening, and, becoming an
gered gave the grtrl what might be charac
terized a "round cursing." A few min
utes afterwards we saw Shadrack in charge
of policeman Wiras wending his way to
ward tho office of Squire Robinson.
We met George Stoltz, of Mound City,
on our streets, yesterday. George is now
proprietor of tho Stoltz House, has lots of
people to feed and feeds them abundantly
and well. During tho past week he ha
seated, at every meal, as many as fifty or
sixty guests which, it is entirely propcrto
say, is a booming business.
A colored damsel named Blaggic Wil
liams demeaned herself ia a manner obnox
ious to good morals, yesterday, and was
called to account for it. After hearin" the
evidence, Squire Comings considered the
:ase rather an aggravating one, and fined
-uaggie uve uouars ana costs. Havin" no
money she was consigned to tho cooler,
The Eight-to-Twelve Club has provided
against all untoward contingencies, by "put
ting money in its purse" enough in ad
vancetopay all the expenses of the five par
ties it proposes to give during the season.
Hall hire, music, printing, -or rather, tho
cash to pay for all these, is now in the
treasury. The 8 to 12 is fiimnrillv
The city was literally crowded, yester
day, with country people. Commercial
avenue and Ohio Levee were thronged
with them, and for two or three hours in
the evening, strange customers filled our
business establishments in all parts ot the
the city. About two hundred of them
came in on the Cairo and Vincenncs ac
commodation. The editor of the Massac Journal
published the verdict in tho Hogan case,
:ind then remarked : "There is an unwritten
law, not to be found in the books, that if a
man enter a home, to destroy it, he may be
put to death." With this, we complete the
publication of everyone of comment upn
me veraict m tue case, pro or con, that has
fallen under our observation.
The levee, opposite the foot ot Tenth
street, is made infernally dQorous by the
presence of two or three oil tanks, mounted
on cars. But the people of that locality,
having ha 1 the Thorpe nuisance under their
noses all summer, accept the coal oil as a
welcomed substitute. Though obnoxious
to one's olfactories, the oil-smell is not det
rimental to health.
The invitations to the series of parties
t be given by the "S to 13 club" were
printed at The Bulletin ' office yesterday
and will be seut out to-morrow. There is
notmng gorgeous about them. They are,
typographically neat, sober and substantial,
ng the character of the club, but tho
paperan i envelopes are the best that the
it. Louis nnrket affords.
Another new business house is that of
N. B.Thistlewood and brother, who have
established in Clarke's block, near the stone
dt-pot, in the commission, grain and pro
duce business. The senior member of the
.-raj is wi ie:y known as one ot our most
enterprising and successful business men;
m l it is entirely safe to assume thai, the
new house will prove a success from the
Moses Winns was arrested and escorted
from the circus grounds to the office of
Squire Robinson, yesterday afternoon, to
answer a charge of public indecency, or of
pubiic.y exposing his nakedness. The Squire
taught Moses the enormity of such conduct
! i'v mrlictinz unm him a tinr- of t,-n ilnlinr.
and cots. A failure to pay, subjected
biui to eleven davs confinement in the cala-
A couple of writs were sworn out of the
odice of Squire Comings, yesterday after
noon, fur the arrest of two citizens who have
repeatedly and flagrantly violate. the ordi
nance to prohibit fa:t driving along the
.streets. When these cases are disposed of (we
are not in possession of the names) we shall
t ike occasion to indulge, as Doctor Casey
would say, "in a few desultory remarks.''
Blobson sampled the wine frequently
yesterday, and finally partaking of "potions
pome .tctp (a ileal ear will b turned to
inquiries lis to the depth of a "pottle") and
got drunk. Being drunk he br-came, as u
matter of course, obnoxiously conspicuous,
and was "pulli'd in" by an officer.' Squire
Comings adjusted a fine of $1 and costs to
Blobsnn's case, to which adjustment Mr. B.
jooi1 naturally iwntd, and r'wpowli'd
with the required ducats, on the instant.
Melinda Johnson tot on a rjnpage,
yesterday, and entering a neighbor's yard,
knocked down the clothes line, and let'lhe
day's willing" fall into the mud. The fe
male who can coolly contemplate such mis
ehicf as that, doesn't live. The injumd and
outraged woman made complaint before
Squire Comings, and Mcliuda was fined five
dollars and the official appurtenances; but
being able to secure the payment ot the
same, escaped the "legal restraint" to which
the complainant hoped to subject her.
We met in our city, yesterday, Mr.
Henry P. Melton and his excellent lady, of
Blandville. Mrs. Melton lmd, very thought
hilly, gathered from her garden, for the
special delight of the editor of Tun Bn.LK-tin-,
a tuagnitlcii'iit boquet, and we were
fortunate enough to receive it directly from
her hands. It was a rare aggregation of
j'.owers, for the season of the year, embrac
ing no less than eighteen bright colored and
very fragrant varieties. We apprcciute the
compliment inteaded, and' prize tho gift
"Many people 'writes us from Charles
i i . . .
ion, Hni asiced to l5 Informed whv
Batcheller & Dorris' circus charged 50 cents
admission ia Charleston and only 25 cents
in Cairo? Wo do not know that we can.
solve tho problem. Probably tho agent
couciuuen that Charleston could ftot furnish
enough people to cover expenses, at 25
cents; and that Cairo could. Wo can
conceive of no other reason, unless it exist
id the fact that the agent concluded that
he was adjusting his Cairo prices to the sio
of Cairo purses.
Tho Paducah fair was an unexpected
success, this year; and at tho urgent request
of tho multitude of peoplo present, it was
prolonged one day beyond the advertised
time, closing yesterday evening, instead of
Friday evening. Parties who attended
from this city, speak in tho highest terms
of the exhibition, and more especially of
the stock department. Tho show of horses
is said to have been tho finest ever seen in
this region of country. The management
was spoken of as sensible, liberal and
judicious, and is credited with a tair that
will bear repetition, even ten years hence.
The crowd at the circus, yesterday af
ternoon, was the largest we ever saw imy
wuere at ar. auernoon pertormancc. it is
estimated that over three thousand people
were present. At night the immense can
vass, which the posters say, seats eight
thousand people (but which will not seat
over 5,000) was jammed and crammed full.
With the exception of the crowd
that waited on Bill Lake, when extra seats
brought the multitude directly up to the
ring ropes, and when William ill-naturedly
remarked that he "never did visit this' d d
town unless he lost money" with th e ex
ception of that crowd, Batcheller & Dorris
hail the largest that ever witnessed a circus
performance in Cairo. And everybody was
pleased, too, with what they saw. The
gymnastic performances of the three
boys the Seigrist brothers were sim
ply wonderful far excelling anything
of a like character ever achieved by adults.
The ushers, too, were courteous, and we can
scarcely think that anybody left the can
vas dlssatisriei I with either th show or the
The alarm sounded at about 9 o'clock,
last night, was to give notice of the out
break of a fire in Koehler's sausage factory.
Before the bells sounded, however, the
whole building appeared to be completely
enveloped in flames. By the time assistance
arrived, the fire had communicated to the
Iweliing house of Messrs. E. II. and E. W.
Thielecke, who, with their mother, were oc
cupying it. Mr. E. II. Thielecke, who is
foreman of Tiik Bulletin news room, was
among the first to arrive on the ground. The
neighbors were at the circus or elsewhere,
so that there was no help on the ground to
save any of the contents of eltlier building.
Mrs. Thielecke succeeded in throwing some
bedding out of the house, but it subse
quently caught fire nnd was destroyed. The
flames, fanned by a strong wind, spread
with feaful rapidity to Thielecke's and
Koehler's barns, which, with the factory
and dwelling, and all of the contents of all
of them, were burned to ashes. Mr.
Koehler, we understand, was in-
sureii. iiic amount of Jus loss above
his insurance, we did not " hear
estimated. The loss to the Messrs.
Thielcckes' falls with a crushing effect. The
savings of years went with their home and
its contents. They had paid the last hun
dred dollars on the property only last week.
The house had just been plastered and carp-Hi
and made comfortable for the winter,
and itvas their purpose to apply their next
i irniugs to the procurement of insurance.
But now everything is gone Mr. E. II.
Thielecke being lft without n coat to his
buck, and the balance of the family were
fquaHy ltniortuiuite. How tho fire origi
nated we could not, with Hny d 'gree ot cer
We don't know that tho information
wciukl be of any service to anybody if the
births and deaths were reported as tli'i law
Squires; but since th:; law do".s require
taut such reports shall be mad", and names
a penalty for neglect, our physicians and
laniwives are liable to prosecution, at any
t:ine, for the manner in which they fail to
(Jiserve tho law. For instance, there is
Karcely a neighborhood in the county
wh-re tho local physician is not able to
count up as many as seven births during
4i month of September. Yet. that number
forms the sum total reported for the whole
county, Two pairs of twins nro accorded to
Clear-Creek precinct (vhere the McClure's
live) and all the balance of the county is
given but three babies. As we have al
ready remarked, nobody is using the infor
mation, or making any call for it; but that
fact doesn't excuse the indifference and con
tempt with which the law has been treated.
The same neglect is apparent m the mortu
ary reports. Correct statistics of this sort,
accompanied by a statement of tho ail
incuts to which tho deaths were charge
able, might prove of servici to
the State Board of Health, but if
tho Board has ever Used them
or sought them for use, tho public has not
been apprised of tho fact. According to
tho "record," the births simply supplied
the losses by death. Seven deaths were re
ported during September, for the whole
count)', four female and three males. Up
to yesterday morning two deaths, only,
had been reported for October. It is
scarcely necessary to sny that both the
birth and death records are utterly valueless
are of service to nobody; nnd to keep
them up, as now, Is labor wasted. "If Wq
wVre thfl cbupty clerk Wo wouldn't bojlifr"
TRIBUTE OF KESPECT
TO TIlF. MF.MORT OK LITTLE CALLIR FUI.LF.n
TON, WHO DIF.D IN THEBES, ILLINOIS, ON
THE 20TII DAT OK SEPTEMBER, 1879.
The school mates of little Callie, sincerely
lamenting her death, joined in the follow
ing tribute of respect, and forwarded it to
us for publication in The Bulletin:
Callie, hatrfng been a pupil of our Dis
trict School, for the past two years, we, as
school mates, think it proper to pay such
respect to her memory, as her many virtues
richly deserve; therefore,
Resolved, That in . the death of Callie,
the school has been bereft of ono of its most
energetic and brilliant members,
each pupil of a dear, unselfish school mate
and the teacher, who, for one short term,
was permitted to direct the studies, of an
affectionate and studious pupil, whom, in
their daily intercourse,' she noticed to be
the soul of truth and honor one who al
ways strove to obey, not merely from a sense
of duty, hut from love of school and
Resolved, That together with all triend
of the family, through our little village, we
heartily tender our sympathies to the dear
mother who has thus f een called upon to
give up lier lat treasure to the care of the
Heavenly Father ; and may she be com
forted in the thought, that, thougl
dead to us, she is not lost
uui nniy gone oeiore " to meet the
dear father and little sister, with whem she
longed to be gone to that heaven of rest
so glowingly described to us. where there is
no sickness or buffering, and where (our du
ties here on earth ended j we all hope to
Resolved, That a copy ,t these resolu
tions be sent to the bereaved mother, one
sent The C'aiiio Bu.letix for publication,
and a third copy be placed upon the records
of the school. Lili.ie Lichtnei:.
' Minnie Cvllf.v,
Thebes, Ills.. Oct. 14th, 1ST!).
For the Sunday Bulletin.
"SCATTER SEEDS OF KINDNESS.'
"Little drope of water.
Little grain of Kind.
Make tlie mighty Ocean
And the foild land.
Little deed ofklmtues.
Little wordi of love
Would All our earth with jlorv.
Like that of Heaven above."
How often our hearts impel us to do good:
mm we long lor great owers ana opportu
nities of making ourselves heroes ia benev
i , - .
olence, and we are full of unrest because
these afe not vouchsafed us. Like an Alex
ander, weeping because there were not more
worlds tor linn to conquer, we are diacon.
tented because tremendous sorrows are not
placed to our hands, to be by us assuaged,
while we pass by unappreciating and un
heeding the myriad little opportunities fur
conferring happiness on others, ami thus
blessing ourselves, which are thronging our
way. And "the greatest of all these is
Charity.' What is charity? Does that
word only mean that you shall clothe the
naked, feed the famishing, minister to the
dying, and cherish the widow nnd the fath
erless? Nay: wider, more comprehensive
more diffuse in its meaning. It penetrates
through all the avenues of friendship and
sympathy and good feeling. It covers the
courtesies and iiinenities, and gentle, love
impelled little word and act and look lit
tle kindnesses of life which, practiced bv
all, would restore to our wrong-burdened
earth the bloom of Eden.
The charities of thought and feeling
which exhibit themselves in the little words
of kindness; the little indications of inter-est--so
little as to scarcely be tangible are
the very fife of social intercourse. When
lioiliit'isted, how they bless, ,v
th'-y cheer, how they sustain,
and how barren life's ruggod
journey is to many weary feet for want of
th'-m. Every day of our lives are oppor
tunities to practice these blessed little
charities, did we but discern them. How
we can engender love by the kind, approv
ing word, the conciliatory remark, the char
itable construction, the restrained bitter
feeling, tho withheld sareuin, the Unsent
wit-shui't, the. generous sentiment, the ninf.
fnanimous judgment, the sympathetic look
into the troubled face of a fellow heir of de-
spondency and suffering, the pressure of
the friendly hand, the cheering smile, the
gentle voice, the patient listening cur, the
pitying heart, the words or counsel, simply
a word only, in kindness spoken, if it be
iil!ve have to give all these, how little
they cost us, bow (rifling they seem, yet
U they were practiced more, how much
better would it bo for us all. How much
easier we could climb life's thorny hill,
were we but conscious of having put our
selfishness aside and doing all In our power
to smooth tho way lor our fellow travelers,
and when our earthly pilgrimage was
ended, calmly wrap ourselves m tho mantle
of our little deeds of charily, nnd lay us
down to pleasant dreams. I. A. M.
Cairo, III.. 179.
I. 0. 0. K.
All the members of Alexander Lodge,
No. 224.1.0.O. F.aro hereby notified So
report at 1 o'clock, sharp, this p. in. at Odd
Fellow's Hall for tho purpose of ntteiidimr
the funeral of our deceased brother, Samuel
Fisher. By order ot N. G.
Will K. Hawkins, Secretary.
for the Cairo Bulloiln. """
WHITE VIOLET AND I.
Comotomy heart, to llKht
ThU rainy even tide,
My llttia Violet white,
Within my arma come hide.
Though the cloud, do throb with pain,
And their tear dropa madly fly,
. "' not Tor sobbing rain
White Violet and I.
Llkoaanow flukeand aihade,
CUip the fair hand and the brown,
Oh, Love h rote buda do not fade,
Whon the leavca are fulling down!
Though the froat may giutn bright, '
Love-a roae buiU will not die,
we care not for rainy night,
White Violet and 1. LlMW00Di
For the Cairo Bulletin.
Oh! pure white cro.i, low at thy base
Fain would I humbly tie:
There, trembling hide my wan white face,
For who do weak aI?
I dream tad dnaiiu, oh! pure white crowi,
I breathe my doubts and fears;
A painful sense f grief, and Ion',
With all the vaulnh'd years
I'ttlesleknem brings no rosy beds,
Tls ne'er a welcome guest ;
No rest for weary aching heads,
While strange thouzhts haunt the h.-M.t.
Whence come these forms? They vigils keep-
I hear my dead babes coo;
I hear sjft trailing gr'ment aweep
' Sweet sleep I vainly woo.
Our waking dreams, titsht blowlcg dowers,
Taelr silent leaves unfold, , .
While stirs shine down on midnight bowers
With many a gleam of gold.
Whose Angers touch the late chords law?
Pale hands, and soft, so near
Lost friend, ah! thou alone cans't know
t The song to mem'ry dear.
Who wore that shimmering gold brown halrf
Whose b!ackee smiled In mine?
I reach my hands, 'tis empty a!.-
They pas sud leave no sign
My doar Inst loves, is It ail vain.
Did stealing steps pass t '
Oh! str'ke the heavenly 1) re iigt!::,
To tell me tnuu'hit nt.h.
Oh! snow white rr,),. my fancies turn,
To see thy white arms glean :
For lo' the solemn stars all burn
Around thee In my dream
My dead babes coo. my lot love twlue,
Their garlands ever bright.
Around thee as a sacred shrine
A'.l bathed in glorious Uht.
I wake from these sad bauttlng dreams;
Vet. when sweet voices call
At las'.-beueaththy snowy g'.eami
May not my chains all fall ?
When on my bier, love's pillid rose
White tender bauds shall place.
White cro-s. may I And sweet repose
Thy shadow o'er my face.
KTa W .
Just received and kept constantly on hand,
Faust's celebrated Diamond Brand, at 50
Ohio Levee, pext to Planters' House.
Oysters served at all hours, day or night.
The Partnership heretofore existing un
der the name of C. W. Wheeler & Co., is
this day dissolved Jy mutual consent, J.
C. Stires, retiring. C. W. Wheeler alone,
Wing authorized to settle the bu&siaess of
the late firrS. (.'. W. Wheei.eii.
Oct. I7t!i. Ii7s. J. C. Stires.
Geo. O'Hara has just received a new
invoice of torbes Pads. No. I is a s'jre
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc. No. 2
cures kidney diseases of all kinds. Price
onlv crte dollar.
Beautiful Base Burners, the Argand and
Garland; for beauty and excellence they are
unsurpassed. Also the famous Charter
Oak cook stove, and all kinds of coal or
wood heating and cok Move, the largest
stock ever brought to this market at
C. W. Hkndkuson's,
Commercial avenue, corner Twelfth St.
Anti-Bkii.wm PiiiiFs At the barber
shopofJ.Geo.Steinhor.se, Eighth street
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all '
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, aad sat-
-f.ictory work. Prices: Shaving. 10
cuits; Hair-cut. 25 cents: Sh.-muwuiimr
) cents, (jiv? him a cl!.
LI. ADVERTISEMENTS tn this cohinn. of
tlveli each orl --si;i tie published for :ii
(eiits everv Insertion; 1 month. l..V: .1 tnnnlha is nil.
out rh:iuje. Jim. per m.iMh. Each auditiuuul
ll:i... ., ei-iit,.. . hunt u.ijw wauled free.
HOl'St: Foil SALE.
Cottage Mx!-.1. e:ui timbers. -av to move
" 'i tit tlie lot vavaied. Enquire ut Tint Bc;,ljtin
A dwelling, Ave mums ui;d kitchen. Twentieth
street, near court house. Lueulre ut it Mbvkb'h
Cm mi Stoiik
Full SAi.R-Separalely or together, a set of single
linriifi. a new. Itutigv cushion and a htigizy wim,
Apply at Hulli-tln bindery. Joa E. BunKg, '
II KAJKifAHtERH FOll FIXE A(iIE!Y(iO0D.S
ll.iws, Arrows. Tnrgets, Shooting Ulove etc. at
C. W. HESDKKsu.Vfi. l ommurcia avei.. ior
lier Twelfth street.
Hnu steel etufrnvlugs, for mile. Cannot be
bimgM of the tHililishers for less than $ 15.00 each.
i.'.'L N,," ':'r ''"h.oi thu luurfor
t .. Knuulri' at Iiik llci.t KTtN bindery.
Ownkks nnd purchasers of lien Estate In Cairo
should be sure tliey hnve a coud title. I am now
prepared to lurnlsh abstracts tit reasonable rates.
Olllcu tn Court lloesn.
r"l .L"rt farm 1,1 1'ulaskl countv, on the bank
of tho Ohio river, and 4 miles from It. It. station.
mi ncres-m acres under fencu. Orchard of about
l.i acres, llasufrnmudwulllngof II rooms. Oond
cistern. At a buriralu. Annlv enrlv.
; M..J. iiow lky. K
I)WAKI) A. HUDEIt
Will open his New Store on
Thursday Next, 23ml Instant,
And Invites Ms friends and tho public (o tho Ui
speel Ion of nn Immuuso stock of
Jewelry, Wutclies, Silverware, Clocks,
. Diamond, Plauw, Organs, etc-.