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ADVKBTISKMRSTS In ihla column. l
f liiim ea-.ti or lca will .w imhllhheil lor
ssi-u mm imtiIob;S umea. Ml rem: 1 wvk. l'';
I ana;!!. 1 ; H nmiiltan wlihont chr,ii-c. l-' per
Booth. RikH i1uitliiiU llu. proritiu. sanation
Tn Store room on Mlxtn alrect near l.eveo. For
nfoiumion. apply to F. KoRhnryeK.
Sixth alrttet nnd Levee
We have tt the BullctiD orlice. no from thu fac
tory, i No. tt. .Moaler. Bauniann Co. Mtn, thai we
-Ifl null at a hargalu.
Medline and fonr Iota-very demrahlo property
n aoulhonst corner Tth strenl and Jellerann Avenue.
M. .1. IIOWLKV, Real KhUIo Agi-nt.
OwMtRs anil pit hit-era of reil rutalu In Cairo
ahoulil Ih nun' they have n Rood title. I am now
prepared in ii:rtiinlt ulilracti at n-iooniitilo rati'.
v 1 M KASTKHHAY .
Office. In Court Hume
" F()U SAI.K.
An order irnml lor turn. If ipidled on any atyle
firm cla. McuilliiHNhon I'iiino. W ill he sold low.
Apply at till oHic. ,
II. MARFAN, M. U,
Hon.PtriHthie lMiysu ian and Surgeon.
jfUr? w l'i. imereial ivunui. l!cHlilenc corner
tiirtoculh St. anil Waahlnirton avenue. Cairo.
DR. K. W. WIIITLOCK,
kit. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrwi No. Commercial Avenue, between
Kijli.'n ami Ninth Sireeu
1 l W. C. .HX'KLYN,
l W. C. JOCKLYN,
I) 1 : N T 1ST.
Ol'r f K Kiglith Street, near Commercial Avenue,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICK: With the Widows' and Oorpiinia' Mu
t.aa! Alii Society.
G. !)- ILLIAMMiiN,
T Ohio liOveo,
Boat Stores antl (iroceries,
uf all kiuilo.
Ol'F.N NKlII'l1 AND DAY.'
Fr"h DairrandMIt Kik'e Butter. Oywter and all
KluiM 'il 'fruit wlnu in M'tNon. oil liunl ami ileliv
ercrt prottr'tlv st reideuoe free. U'nt. V del vi'red
70 OHIO LKYJ-IE.
No'l'.i or ilu! hv memiiren lieii.e cxjoen to nir.
M ilk de'ifrreij twiie a da;,
, . I 'v ",r readers.
SEALED IN PINT BO I 1 LES. i .Tr. Massuc Journtil pui.lisl.L-M at Me
Try it ami tor v,..r-,Ue-. i tioH.lis has abandoned its patent outside
T) pint tickets one dollar:
t ah nn d.-liwry of tiik'-N.
GT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADl'CAH. ' t"cnth streets. The fellow was brought be
j t f .re Justice Osborn, plead guilty and was
1 !,as-lT Stetlller
Caiie (iiriirdeait. St. I o ii-. moi w lioniiie.-..' For I
m . . . I il 4 wll L'VI! 1
1 f. , ,.,,.1 'I'i. nr. ,1.1 I'.ir
riuienv or paffHi' neo) iu ..m.. .-n.,..n,
( NY. NY HEELER,
Healer In nil kinl ol
Co I'll Wood. Stovi
( 'oal. KU
t,k; muddy coal
A SI MX 'I l.TY-
WOOi) AND HAL YARD:
Trnl h Street. Rctwccii Wnliiugtn!i in
Noiii e l le'ri'ij nil ell lit '11 I w lil lie ill llo follow
In imiiu 'l pan '. ut the tin e ii.'low
nUHeil. lor 'he ilirni,e o collei'tlll the
tti'veui'it ot Ah xiuot'-r Colour, llliiioi".
for Hie year Is?1.'. A.e ; and all in-nonni
winttiu l' iv Cie ieiinllv ol one n-r ei-ia. o.-r
niiHilh will 'oke advalilae oT llie rolie. lot', ,ilt'..
aa Inilii.nled below . met inv their ttix--. in ih"',r ow n
At Mote Ijiium. of Iliirhain A' nnlilo. In ton"
of hi''.'. In II ili'wooil ineelni t, on W t ik--1,i v .
Jaaimry -Jim. A 1 1 Issii
At Ihe atnre houne of llenr) lluii"in ker iul iun
r Sanililskv. in Sniidnakv ireeini-l, on Tlmisilav.
.1 aliM.HY Kind. A. 1 1 ls-o
At more hoiise ()f I. I . CurilK. hi low not II .! .-'
I'ark In l imy ir"i lnet. on Frelay, .laiciari -Jiol.
A. O msu I
Al more hii'iM' nf )loU'. s V Mirlln. ui II.-. ( !
Rld.-i' million. In lieecli iliilue r,-.-i ik i . ous .i.ir- I
uar. Ji.ni.arv Ulth. A I', tss'i, i
At tore iioiii.e ol l( . K'l iihi in . hi t ovn nl
Kaot fiine tilrardeiui. In F.a, ci" Oiniilieiti
lireciiii t. on Motidiiy. .1 itti in.rv ji'.ili, ., I) ih.hu.
A' SI .ire house ol I'.lenll'V .1 Co.. In lo.ni of
Cliui Creek, in Clear ( rn'k iire' liiet . oil Til'-inlnv.
Jaima'v ifc'ili. A. 0. 1"SI.
At -aire house ,.f II V Brow n A llvo . In tow n of
Thil.e", In Tni-lie. (iri rlin t. on W. ilnen'.m. .Inn
an J-tli. A. I) lsso.
At alire home of A. II Ireland, in town of Santa
Kc. in Santa Fj lirei lni l. ou Tlunxlay. .Iiiiuiaie
:.'ia... I). I HSU.
At .tore holme of In'. II Miileleiy, In lottn of
Co'nmeri'.iul I'olnt, In (inline Mand jircrlnet , on
Friday, January audi. A. D. issn,
Al the re.id' liee ol Kli hnlaa lluiifHi ker. hi l.ak"
JUUean inechni.ou huliirday,.luiiuiiiy tllm. A. It.
At tore of t'eti-rSaap. In Flrat Cairo ir"i lni I, un
Moadny. I'Vliruati Uud. A. D. Issa.
Al thu ollii-e ol M. J. Rowley, (ml relate aueni In
Hwoud Cttlriniretln.a, oa Tne.il.iy, Fehriiiiry ard.
A. I. 1wi
Al aloiu hoii.e of i'nl rtck Fllnueiulil, on corner of
' 14th aintet and (tommereliil Avenue, In Third Cairo
tomr.hint, uu Wednenlv, Fehruary till. A lt IHXi.
Al "lore hmiau of lirnnm H. 1'etll, (n Fifth Cairo
ureelnel. ou 'i humduy. F.'hrua.-y MU, A. I) ISHil,
At Urn Court h'lii.'. In Fourth I. ulrijlirei'lnel. frnin
Hherlff ami Collni tor nf Ah iaiider Co , lll.
ati.; tiiia, Cairo, Ilia , J-1". I- H
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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I.lXOIS, AH HKTOND-CUIW MATTKU.
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(JENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Mr. find Mrs. Louis Rosenwater are in
the city for a week's visit.
Dr. Smith thinks there should he a
sudden change in the weather.
The New Orleans minstrels were
quartered at the St. Charles.
Hon. .1. S. Crumni ami un lighter re
V'ii.t no Wmwluv
- Mrs. M. W. Parker was reported to be
seriously sick last niglit. We did not
li.iim lln clim-n'tor of licr illlll'JS.
A fine assortment of oriental pro-
grammes for balls, etc., just rercivml at
Tiik Ri'j.i.KTiN job olliee.
Wo were told yesterday that Mr. Ober-
li. , ,t' Sllir'iliirtinlil OYLPI'tMll III Visit I'lllI'll
nine day this week.
Mrs. L. B. Church left the yestenlay
for Princeton. Indiana called there by a
dispatch annouii'iii the dangerous illness
ot her father.
l. t...(i..Mj tli. in iiiiii nltr Kwlll
naooisnotasatttaciiveasusual this morn.
itijr. Hereafter, however, it will be as usual
Ki l l, of the latest news.
Mr. John Marmtil has jut finished de
livering a business directory for Southern
Illinois which was printed in this office.
The work is generally admired and we
hope Johnny came out of the big end ot
MU Katie Fivnu. of Terra Haute,
Indiaiiiia. who hu-s been visiting Miss Min
nie Heard for the week past, will return to
her home to-day, accompanied by Miss
We tills morning publish on this page
the report of the committee ot ten to the
taxpayers association. It is full of good
! MtUU'estions and will be found interesting
and is otherwise generally improved. It is
a staunch Republican organ which exerts
not less influence than average country
Dave Tyier was yesterday arrested by
OthVer Wootm for striking a negro woman
oa Poimlui-. between Eighteenth and N me-
! tin d live dollars and o-'s.
j - The number of yonng bloods who h ive
been in the habit of skulking about the
'street:, like unoned terriers, has penepti-
blv decreas d of late. Some of them it is
stid have left the city. A good riddance
of bad I'llbbi-h litis
-The red chimneys with white necks
have gone out of faliion. The distillery.
,1 ickie's mill, f! recti Wood's mill all
pm ted one in days of yore, but like the
re by the wayside are the nose ot a red
I I !'...!.. i i
rii'Don III in, irivi- laurn uuu on- in. nn'ie.
Compound tinclure of ben, lin, is a
si"cdy and sure relief lor toothache.
Cl'Miie the decayed tooth, and till tie' cavity
willi co'.lon, situated with the tincture.
I'iiU i a simple remedv, easily applied.
i simple t'cmeiiy, easi.y appii; ,l. I
-Latest from the Ute Indians. Tlmir I
chiefs have decided, that the b st thing to
keen them 111 a gooit
1 humor, and at peace
Willi "all lie' worm, aim lie resi 01 man-
, : kiinL" is to furnish tlcm with the Fatiit
id ; . ,.
less live c 'tit cigar, miio oy r. iormevi r.
-The man in th" moon has again turned
back upon us. The forepart of the
nigh! is again as dark as ever and we tire
by necessity eompell.d to have recourse to
the laiitcin or grope along in Egyptian
daikmss until nature once mote come- to
Sheriff Hodges returned from his col
lection tour through this county on Satur
day last. His collectioliH have been very
close and hence much linger than those ot
List year. The fact that our farmers pay
their taves readily and without grumblim:
may be looked upon as an indication of
gi ticriil pio-tH i ity in this couutv among
those engaged in agricultural pursuits. The
Inrmefs ol Alexander county seem lobe in
belter spirits than they have been for years,
and to the fact that they received tin ad
vanced price for their products must be at
tributed their willingness to pay.
- A gentleman who rejoices in the name
ot Jerry McKinncy, resides about three
miles above this city, ou the Mississippi
river. Agriculture is his fort, and he has
in his emyloy a young man about eighteen
years old. Not many days ngo the boy was
engaged in cutting down trees on his farm,
and it, falling, in the wrong direction broke
lown another tree, u limb ot which struck
a yearling of Ihe fanner's und killed 1',
Tim fanner, il appears, owed the young
man twelve dollars, and in order
to get well willi him charged him thirteiu
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY a, 1880.
dollars for the yeailiwj; then, skinned it,
gold the meat and hide yesterday;
nppeared before Squire Osborn to ascertain
if he couldn't sue the young man for the
price nf the animal, too, and he was su-I
prised and indigant when told he could re
The Turner's masquerade ball lat
night was as complete n success as their
balls have always been in years gone by.
Their efforts were well rewarded by a large
attendance und the uninterrupted pleasure
of their guests. N'o unpleasant occurrences
took place to mar in the least the general
good feeling, which prevailed from begin
ning to end. Dancing began at an early
hour and lasted until an early hour this
morning. The company was select, no one
being allowed to enter the hall without
having first unmasked before a committee,
hence everybody was confident that, though
they knew not with whom they were danc
ing, yet they were not running the risk of
choosing unworthy partners. The atfair
whs well managed by the gentlemen who
had it in hand, nnd there cau be no doubt
that the participants felt themselves amply
repaid for the loss of sleep during the night
and the gain of a little headache, etc , dur
ing th-day. The Turners deserve the pa
tronage they reeievcd and always will re
ceive whenever they institute similar oppor
tunities for amusement. There were pres
ent etieh a party of friends as to make the
occasion a most enjoyable one, and
"Kaeh so happy, and ti II were bo lair
That few e mid depart till daylight '. near."
Cieuiliiiew, Health. Wealth !
Til K SANITARY UKl'oHT W illi II Wll.l, HE
SCllVIITTKI) TO TIIK CITY COl'NCII. TO
.N !( IIT 1111 V V VAlT.Ts" THOItlll (IIII.Y D1S
Cairo, Ii.i.s., Feb.-ttary ISso.
To tin! Ron. Mayor and Ciiy Council of the city of
Oi'.NTi.K.MiiN : At a special meeting of
the Taxpayers' Association, held Saturday,
January Klst, ultimo, the special sanitary
committee of ten, submitted the following
report, which, with the amendment attach
ed, was adopted by a unanimous vote of
the Association. M. H. Hahrki.i., Si c.
The special committee, to whom it was
referred to consider and report what addi
tional incisures in their opinion were neces
sary to be adopted to improve tin' sanitary ri.f(.rence to the change of system, if the
condition of the city, respectfully report: , sanitation of the city is properly attend d
That they have deferred a consideration to. In all well regulated communities
of the subject referred to them unlit after where the privy system prevails this clean
action had been taken by the citiesof Mem- ing out process is required to be of frequent
phis and w Orleans upon the sume sub- occurrence,
ject, in order that they might have the ben- j As a portion of the new plan, now sug
etit of the investigations and examinations gested for adoption your committee rcconi
of the corporate authorities of those cities I men I that all existing privy vaults be
and of other public officials appointed to ! cleaned out. thoroughly disinfected and
Ksamine into the causes of the deplorable j filled up. This, however, to be done un
sickness lately prevailing as epidemics in der direction of th" board of heallh. and
those cities. These investigations have now t such limes as they may direct,
been concluded and the result, asannounccd, I To prevent the pollution of cistern water
is tliat the conviction has been settled down j by the '"down" from cotton wood trees,
upon, that the yellow fever requires fir its j which at certain seasons, of the year lodges
development the existence of causes that j upon roofs and is washed into cisterns by
contaminate and render impure and poison- I the rains, your committee recommend that
oits, tie- soil, the air ami the water of the all cotton wood tree, be cut down and that
localitv where it prevails, and that, what- no more of 1hat kind of tree be allowed to
ever its origin, filth and uncleanliness are be grown. Al-o to prevent interference
the principal factors in its dc-clopineiit and I with the free circulation of air, your coin
dicminnti'n, and the only sure way to j tnittee also recommend that the limbs of
prevent its recurrence is to thoroughly re- ; trees be not permitted to grow in the streets
mow and strictly prohibit in the future nil ! lower Ihau twelve feet from the ground,
causes of impurity, whatever tlr ir chniac- Your committee Woii!d also recommend
ter, ami enforce a rgid adherance to that the ordinances of the city be revised
thorough cleanliness. It is universally ml. ! in refeivuc to nuisances nnd the public
miitcd that one, and probaDly the most ' Iralih, and also such others ns relate to the
fruitful source of impurities in c;ti, and : sunt itimi of llie city, in order in.-it siieh
tli" m ist prolific source of disease is found ! new prnvi-ions may b incorporated the
in the i-xistenee of the privy vaults, with ' experi -nee of lat" ye ns in regard to siieh
their foal ro iietiN. emanations and exlial i
Upon tills Mi'ij'vt the Hon. I). F. Porter,
pi'e-idenl of the board of commissioners of
the ta.;ing district of Memphis, says i:i a
late interview, "that the ordinance which
,,.,.,,';,,, vaults to b
.leaned mid iilb-l
with fresh ari!i by tie lirst of April vv.i
passed last December, with the approval of
Dr. J. S. Rilling-, of the nalional board of
health and ihe oile r leartx-I seientisls who
had come to look into the sanitary condi
tion of Memphis." "lb- thought, with
I il... ,.il,,.,. I,....,l ...!,.i.iiui- ul.ii
others, that all Ihe ills that .Memphis had
been .subjected to
luring the past two yars
could li" I raced to hcrpnvy vaults'"
The Memphis Avalanche, the leading
n vvspap "i" of lh.it city, in u late nsmo, says:
"Th" enormous lilih accumulation of years
in the vaults has, however, beeoine the
greatest disease breeding factor."
Dr. Ranch, the permanent secretary of
the Illinois State Hoard of Health, in a late
repoit. says, "he was in Memphis lately,
while tic sanitary survey was hi progress.
He regards the survey, which is a hmtse to
house visitation, ns thorough, und promising
gooil results, it is '.ringing to light a slate
of affairs tli it is simply ast iniMting." Toe
bayou ll ivoso, the doctor said, "w.u not
responsible for nearly all that was put mi
it. The root ol the evil lay in th- saturation
ol the ground with poisonous mailers. The
closets (privies) consist simply of pits,
there being no sewers. The soil 1ms become
saturated with tin.1 leaching, from these
In relerence to Ihe privy system in NYw
Orleans, the New Orleans Auxiliary Sanita
ry Association, in a report lately publiHhed,
says, "imagine this quantity of human ex
crement, undergoing slowly the lowest and
most offensive form of putrefactions, for
tnrututlon, imd escaping from the sinks of
JCoOO habitations partly by
ij.Mporalion into the attnosphete, but chiefly
by soaktige into the cailh and from cvny
direction poisoning the air; conceive ot
this fully, ami the mind then closely ap
proaches tho truth, and is enabled for the
first time to correctly vulue our privy sys
tem." Agaiu : "What wo need is rapid ami
continuous translation of excreta from the
privies to the middle of the Mississippi,
below tho city, where lost in millions of
tons of water it is infinitely diluted, render
ed instautly harmless and swept away to
wards tho gulf." Agaiu : "There can be
no effective sanitation for New Orleans that
docs not take into its account the complete
abolition of the entire cess-pools and privy
vaults located in the soil. Without this all
else that may be done is but leaving the
The investigations at Memphis and New
Orleans appear to have been very thorough
and exhaustive and the situation of those
cities is so similar to our own that the con
clusions arrived at there, seems to apply
with equal force to our own locality. These
conclusions coincide entirely with the set
tled convictions of your committee and
they therefore recommend that the cx--ample
set out by those cities be followed by
our city, and that the system of privy vaults
now existing here be abol
ished nnd that in lieu of
it there be stubstitutcd arrangements pro
viding for the constant nnd continual re
moval of fecal matter by means of tubs ami
wagons as set out in the report, upon the
subject, of the New Orleans Auxiliary
Sanitary Association hereto annexed.
From the estimates set out in the report
referred to, it will be seen that the intro
duction ot the new system will not be at
tended with ary expense to the city, if co: -ducted
by it, and not as much to indivi 1
uals as the pre.-ent system. Hy reference to
the estimates alluded to it will be seen that
the cost of 64'.) tubs or pails, of wagon and
team to carry them and the cot of main
taining 'he sysem for one year will !. to-
gether but flt.OiS, while a charge of -, a
year for such tub upon the lot upon which
il is used will be H-'l.'.'Otl. The saving to
individuals would be that of the cost of the
vault. The cost of removal would be far
less th'tti the cost of occasional cleaning
out under the old system and this cleaning
out at this time md through disinfection is
now demanded by the exigencies of the oc
casion and will have to be done, without
subjects W"iild suggest, and also that
pi'i'P'T itile- and regulations for tliegnvern-
men' of lie- li.iuid of health during the c-
isteiiee of epidemics be ulso e.-lablislleil bv
tbat lli' V can be iropi-rly
cul'oiv",, it being evtreini Iv dnni'lful il
'' r-gumtnms estauusnen oy tne
. i . t it .1 1
imrdol health regulating Ihe cuixliict
j "I i:nlivi.!uals woniu nave ineni cr. ,
. law .r coiiid be enl'oived.
1 . ... . .. , i i i
1 our C iinilllltee wou;u ai-o leeommenu
thu uu intelligent, energetic and di-rivct
pi-ts'in be appointed a- health officer and as
this will be the most important appoint
ment, in the opinion of your committee,
williln the gift of the city, for the liexl
year or two, thev recommend thai such a
salary be n dd as will sivure the services of
stieii a piT-on ns desciibed, iJilllU, a month
ill lead und more if necessary, and that his j
appointment be for a year ut it tune.
In conclusion yuir committee would sitg
ges'. llial in their opinion Ihe future pros
perity of the city and Ih" continued value
of every one's properly in it depends upon
such tut attention to its proper sanitation as
will nrevelit a recurrence of the scenes of
IS??. Without siieh sanitation we have no
assurance that the history of Memphis for
the lust two years may not be repealed in
Cairo in the near future.
January 18th, 1SH0.
R. W. Mii.i.hit,
Wood Un i i'.Mioi i'.,
J. V. TU'.NKIt,
F. VlM KNT,
It. F. 1W.AKK,
M. 15. IIauuki.i.,
On motion of M. H. Harrcll paragraph
No. 0 of the foieigoing report was amended
an follows: "That the future planting of
Cottonwood trees within the limits of the
city be prohibited, and that, nil coltonwood
treci now standing be cut dowd uim wtou as
other trees, less obnoxious to ehiutiliaess,
can be j, own in thiur stead.
WALKER'S NEW TROUPE.
The Theatre Comlquo opened to a full
house last night with an entire change in
the programme and a brand new company.
Hilly Milton, who is an excellent comedian,
lull of humor and originality, Is the only
remaining member of the old troupe, Tho
new faces ore all good, especially little (lay,
Allicc and Fisher Elliott, Lew Rainford
and Dollie Chapman. The manager has
succeeded in bringing together this week
one of the strongest companies that bus yet
appeared at the Comique. The change will
prove a big card through the week.
The introductoty is first class, full
of spirit and novelties and celebrated with
abundance of witticisms and Irish jokes.
The olio brings out the entire strength of the
company, set off with a good orchestra in
charge of Professor Goss and the usual me
chanical arrangements in charge of Mr.
Catlett. Dollie Chapman's last of "Living
Pictures" is one of the most attractive
features on what is, taken all in all, the
best bill of the season. We have uo hesi
tation in saying that the enterprise ol the
management in securing such an excellent
company w ill be met with a heurty recog
nition on the part ot the public.
A N OTA RLE EVENT.
Miss 1.IIK SICK KAKi AND MR. J. K. Ml'KI.
I.KR W I'lllC MAURI KU AT 'I UK RKSIPK.NCF.
OF TIIK llRllllis' KATIIF.lt, ('Ol,. (1. W. Ml.
KKAIO. Married --On Sunday. Feb. 1, ms(), t
the brides' parents, Miss Lorec Elizabeth
McKe.lig. daughter of Col. (i. W. McKeaig,
and Mr. Joseph Edward Mueller, of the
United States Signal Service. Although
this wedding was a very quiet one, it was
not wanting in any el. ineut which makes a
wedding a delightful occasion. The laces
ol the bride and brid 'groom beamed w ith
happiness, ami the iiupivn-ivc corciiioni,
could give them no better wish than that
they might pn serve the satin: happiue-s
and affection through long years tocoiae.
It was the judgment of all that iieitior
the bride nor ll.e gloom could possill,
have appeared to better advantage, though
of emitse the fair bride was the centre of
tin ileepcst ale I telidere-t interest.
The ceremony aid its attendant
wives ami congiatuia'iotis over, supper was
served and greatly ct joyed.
Sholtlv uftelaid llie gite-ts took their
leave with thebe.-t wishes for Mr. and Mrs
Mueller. ho left the cii v bv the next train
for Chicago, to be absent a lllolitll.
"A, e think ol llo lr fiiUiie. e alii not
All raihaiiii-. !i- oth.-ri. li.-tv.- .Line,
Hut th tit I lie mi, ha, e ju-t cuoi'v'li -l.;eiiev
To temper die ilare of tie- mm."
St. .losliru s Cm in ii, . : i Sixtli avenue,
New Yot k, b ! a large and v 'eailhy congre
gation. Its pistor. the Reverend Father
Farrcll, a faithful serv ant, known by his
works, tistiliis in tl)( wonderful curative
properties of (ides' Liniment Iodide Am
monia in inflammatory rheumatism, pains
in the joints or loins, fur it gives Hist Hit re
lief. Sold by all druggists. Send for
in.i.s' Pii.i.s cures Erysipelas. Dr. Oib s'
l'.'tl West Hioadway, N. Y. Trial si.. ',' i
cents. Sold by liarci ay Urns.
HOW WILL TIIH Do:
Five lb Note Heads as iov as ' per 1 .01 III.
'fell III Letter H' tlds as low fts To per
Impel i ll Hill H -ids as ..v as per
Hills Lading us low as IJ .Mi per 1 .000.
Envelops mnl printing J'.' "el to :; ,1o
At Tu i. Hi i.i .hi in job office.
Mi;s. PwtitVHoN .- IV- don't I ll.e mi v of
th" quack rostrums; as tio-yare tegimeiOal
t" the human cistern : but put your trust in
Hop Hitter-, which will cure general dilap
idation, :osi ire habits and till comic iO
l:ies. Thev siiVed Na If from .1 severe e-
i li'-"'l of trip id fev.-r. Tlcy are tin- in pitis
iinuiu ol in ilicmes. Il.ision liloiie.
; K),VKV.WI;. iH nature's remedy for
( Kj-,.y :,n, Liver lieases. Piles nix I Con-
Hmr.vVs lin si.iiiii.it l'.w.Mi'.i is the
most . ifective pniu destroyer in Ihe world.
Will most siirely quicken Ihe blood v li"l ii -
-r taken internally or cpplied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
w hether chronic or .acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the s'treiie'lh of imv similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side. Ihk k or bowels,
j .,.,. (hioal, rheumatism, toothache, and all
I Hches, niiil is the . gi'eat reliever ol pain
Rrown's Household I'mnieea" should be
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea iti'a tumbler of hot water isweetetierl
if pn let red i. taken at bed time, will break
tip a cold. cts. a bottle.
nmmrrmttmntjmimuk aij iwaawww'a'''''---'
Mini SicuNkss, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed tu other causes, is occasion
eel by worms. Rrown's Vermifuge Comfils,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
I destroying worms, can oo no possiuio in-
- - . I,. -
pny to the iiiom iteiicaie cniiu. mis ui
liable combination has been successfully
UM'il hy physicians, ami louii'i io "e auwe
lutely sure 'in eradicating worms, so hurtful
In children. Twenty-live cents a box.
S It ATOM A Sl'ltlNOS, At'OI.ST 'J'), LSi'.b
Mi ssis. Moiioan iV: Al.l.KN, )! John St..
New York City :
(ieiitleiucn-Hiiving noticed your adver
tisement in the Daily Sarntogian, I wish to
add to your list ot' lesliinonials iny own.
Thirteen years ago I was sick with Hright's
Disease for eight months without receiving
the slightest' benellt from the doctors.
Fortunately my attention wns called to
your medicine.'' "Constitution Wuter," and
after using two bottles I was entirely cured.
Any ones "nlllicled in like manner should
not hesitate to use your remedy. I should
be hanov to any one on the subject who
. . . . . i e l .. i l. ..
is in doubt as to the truthfulness of this
hialement. Yours truly, L. R. Cisiuxo.
Ask your druggist for it-
All ordera for coal after this date, should
be accompanied by cash, nnd will be
filled by the weigher, from the Illinois
Central yard, on Fourth street. Coal will
be delivered at reasonable price, to any
team, and purchasers should see that
weigher's certificate accompanies each
load. Cairo City Coai. Co.
Febu.'iry !Jrd, 1880.
MARDI (JRAS AT NEW ORLEANS.
The old Reliable flreat Jackson Route
will sell tickets over their line to attend the
Mardi Oras festivities at New Orleans, for
one fare, $17.50, the round trip. The sab
ot' tickets will commence from train leaving
Cairo, W ednesday, February 4th, at 5 a.m..
and close with the train leaving Cairo at 5
a.m., Monday, February tith. They will
he good to return to and including Stimbiv.
February lUth, 1880,
J. H. JONF.S, F. Cli.VNKIiF.H,,
Ticket Ag't, Cairo. Oen'l Pass. Ag't.
COSTLY I LIS.
Mr. S. HA AS, the well known Costume
of St. Louis,
Will be in CAIRO on the stb nf February,
with a full line of COSTUMES. She will
make her headquarters at MRS. S. WIL
LIAMSON'S. Frank Leslie's
Flank I.eslle'K llliitrnti il .eWsini, r i n
t.iltlil'il i.-rorJ of Ciim iit hvi-n;,, For.-i-n ami Ho
mi-mic. in Ihe I'ulllii ul. Sin'ial. Siieiilif:e aiet
Commercial world. A an F' o t.-t t o i n I ;i v :t : 1 Kiln
ititloli il Joiirnul it I- l!ii,-iiliilri, il rontaii'.. )"
Id III-' Dome. lie anil foreign New ol the We-'
Kd'tontila. Serial and shoii storli .. e:e.. t-n '
AmusiiiK Curtoolo. uud heautiinl IKie-lr ilim,. :
li u nearly reached it. Si in: Cenii-iuiiiil Voluim
I'lilillsh' il eien IVi'ilm il:iv. iru c 10 -1 I . Annu
al fiihertitloii $i. iiortpael.
Frank I,'-slie' 1'nj.iihir Moiillily 'is renurkatit.
t"r i'. . vrllt ii' '. i ;i' a;M,i-s m.il onilirel..('isiM'
ii.-s Tilel lt n-l'iitiitloa i. tlriiiivctalilii-tieil ' h.
he, i !i:iii! writer are amoiiu' it eoiitritiHtors. i:
col mu ri-jiresenl eveiy 1.-(im ri im-i.t if literature, m.
'.liHt nil tiisic will he er.iMii.-d and all i In.-i -a el
render d -i ive eiitertuhiinent ami intrii' tleri fn.u.
the ari-'d eonii'iits n;.iii lis ijuurio jui-. uw ;
l-ii en .'ravins' emlieush vm-h niiinhn. to.-i-Kn
vilhn linnd.oini' i-hroino fionliiiu. e. I'uhii.h. e
mi the l.V.h "I even month, price ' cent, or $.' ; r
iiuiiiiin. poli:iid .
Frank l.eille'. 'ti i sn ni Corner Thi ii.uitii .1
iii rieilli al ha, l.ir neai fv tui-nlv vara, inainiain. -1
It siiper orliy ou-r ail coni" tiior a u i'titnih
.I. .rnal. Slory l'uper and lioin.- Friend. New a
l.'ni liiin ure c.ii-Wt.tly pr. ent.-d. and li:ot pop i,
inr riti-r 'ontntiiit--to 11. Ti e -iiiiii:i., i-mar i. ,
S'-ri; I Nov.'i. Nwn-ti-itc. Sl,i-li hi . Ailu nmr.'-,
ll:o.:ti.pll. ". Alll-cili'lPi,, i '.c. sulei-l) pa"-.. -1 t
of w null are le-ailliliilly eni'n-iile-d, I : t 1 1 -ti ,-ci
rv .Miiii'lii'.. pro v ioi.-n), At.nual ml.-i rii.tie.i
Frtiik l.e.lie'. miii.Iici Ma.uim- - Tb i.ril.i
i.nt p-riiMhrai I urir.uiiliit il: , the rl:va.f1 Miu-'av
.Ma iztne u Hie woi;i ; ! in ,-r 1 1 l.nie erur"d fie
It an iniuieii f ' r i: i 1 1 i i.i: . a;i! n-n- io the nam:
c; rominc uda'inn of the religion and n.-.-ti i tar-pn-
I'ure anil hfotthy in tone niol ten. hm.
iri: t y nun eetnri in. it ' iieaita:- rim ip;.-
iiior-il.iv and virtu-, and pr",-nt th- truth in :i-ino-l
n'lraetivv form. 'lucre ure luieremiui;
sem . stiori stori.. AihciiiiTe. k,,ij.
aiel a Mi.celiwny cml ito-iii a ljr-e vaii.ty of
"iilijei't. I .jiiarto .9i'e ami lm illu.lralioi. ii
cm h iiini.t'i-r. 1'u till-h.'ii nn lie- In ot en-ry inon' I
I'r,. . in-:'e i opv. .T. c.-iu-; ntui.-al i:'.i r:pi : - .
Fr "U i.e, lie's l.;,,h .limrn.-d i- tie- i i Copula-
Ao:-':-anil hnl.-rla.niiiL' oi On- wi- Wiy -loaneil-iil
r a lii.ai. Km Ii iiiiiijIi' r . - liMiii In pae. . win
etc I!. -i.i Cii tr.- anil Mel In i ripuon t ( liie m : .
I.ii. -t sty!,- ol cioidrm' vV.nre u-i fi.i infoim
atim mi Family Topic-. Si-li , t -lori.-.. p. nan.
I aliionnh.e I r. I -i I i jj'-ltc.-. I'i r-ehul Chit Chat. '
ie. l'n-liion Flat'- are Imported I'l-'tilulv free,
C ri-, cn ;uivi-!v (or 111" l.viin.' .loi itvi 1'u'.
Iiliel i"rt I rlilay. pn.-e .Ocelii. Antiltj! e.;i
"c ipt am ft. ij"ipid.
Frank Leslie's Ijidv', V ;!' i 0"- Th' '
i ofi, ;e. i - 1- :.hioiiahie .Via .'ai i.i- hi Ann rica. 1;,
r-poii- ol the cv r vari in.' n 1. . n i ostiini-.
li t'-, r.oliii t", -t,-.. are nliiile n :niuli.ni,-eii-:i
Willi th"- in He Fr"U h journal, hi tint (h: .ii'.
enh'-r. fieiM' the 'nrii'-t leleruiation He
j lain anil cnUe mI Fashion I'lso-s, imported mi'tol,
i I r'tn I'arl-. fre acoinp'Oiidl Milh a.cur:iie ''
i rlpr.on'. und tin-lluistralii'i- are in the Incite'
.Mciifiirt. Ti.e literary department I ot uv'.n -.t
ai. I i iitert iitili't; etiatai'-ier.' I'nli. i-li. d inoi.lh1.' .
aiiii'.ril Miii-ci In'.ion. : ', posip.ed
Fl'.l'i's l.' sic' Bllll'gel A Ma'llne nf llllll .e
i.u tin.l ,iarklile.' st..ri-. 'I n!.- of Ieroi:i.. A.:
ventur. nnd Saiif-i. A .nol i-ntei-iainiiiv? i.e.t iii '
liol. id '. i;.etrlo pae. .. (lU.il with lno-re"litr.
slope-, "iv. s. si ii ine Ail e mil re, st a nil i imv
ileiil. A t"-i dele,, i-i, . Ii . prntiisi-iy ate! lime,
oiii-iv ilhimrsicil. I'iili!l"-ii tnoi.iMe. Mnc:,
i-opi . 1". ' en's ; menial -iTi' ilpi'oii. l.'i. p-iripi-el
Klrtllk l.'-ll.'s liov.' Hint (.ills' Weekly, il'-
lllec-tuna he,t .iaveulle ti;i.r pllhlisilC'l A "0;
lat:l ih-c,...ii oi s'T al atid short toiii . full l
F un, A iiliieitioit and I'.i ':;!i' i e. and fr.vlri-rn :
al i. tia'isiii I'orlriiit ai d k-ieln-s of ni-t::
L'lii'h' it piipe in th" pnl'tic -i ho.e. mlv -iiiiir-
loll i I'll I I' IV I. lll.e,,t, . pi- .'ie., i'r. Il.n i lean
l., r is ii'.itu,! !y lhati it.-'l I'i'idii-h ile.r' Mot.
iluv I"! !'- . :!:"! ntiiiitf-r .'. c-i.t -t Ht'i.'.iaJ il'.
eeri pi ieii. : a i. pioii.ee in, tu 1 1 ei
I'l il Ilk Leslie' Che. .ant Honrs - A nee.tlil.
I'i nodical, colllili'.llli.' liter, il'-c ol Ihe urn 1 ! u
oil' .-hit a' Ii r. t :.!., leirrati . ndvennire. I o -In
el ', hverv lor Is celllpil O- 111 e.i. li iitlT , ', '.J .,
the iK"es nt.oniid will, l, aiiiilitl ent.T.ivii I'" and c
ci-i ilin"ii ili llt.'hn'ul ii.io ct.t. ri liititi' reiniiii;:. A
ph iisant li.inr can ipvai" lie p.is, il i,i It ceu,p,u,,
Crh'e l.'i eeni a copy At h'.i il u'.-ct : pi i"it, i i,
Fran!, Icslie's Clmiterliov i-ene.'v de'i.'t!i"l
to tiieii-c tiie ' e i : t ti ii v i It Ii i. pii'lure. and to
en; ",'Oiia nnd ilnlrncl vonililul ieai.'ia with il-
;i t ' ( o ! 1 v piepand lileraiv .-nriei is. ut, c!, will me
lull I., llv tie all ilioli of. nnd interest and m
lnnl. children ol i"inh r ."tir. Th" Ii itierh.n
snoiild In-in ev-TV In m-i-'n . 0. I'l'Mi-iieil inoiiilih
Ciiceoiili Hi i-.-nt- ti it- i ; or. vl.uin yi.tr. pn-l
H J free.
I-TV.NI. I.hsl.ll.'.s 't''.l.!!IINi lldl sit.
."i.i, .Vi. ami .V. Co, I'lnce. New ! ork-
IlUjKTS Voill! Vvo)(
The evil nl Hi'iiHiilioiiiil literature lor the vonii'.'
ure well known, and llie want of an anil Into ha
Ioiil' heeii fell. Thi Is supplied hy IIAHl'F.li'S
Vill'Mi I'ltlll'LK. n heiiutirully illustrated weekly
Journal, which lcciiully devoid ni' I li" olije.-i L.tmlil..
I'etililie ol'seliBllliueil luv.-nlle literal ure and 1 1 It
luoriilllli.' lone w Inch rtotela the loathful reuiier.
The dliilie of Ihe YinitiK Ceople heihl vv llh Ihe
llrl Nil in her. pilhllHhed III N'ovi.'iuher of each year
When no time laiiii ntloiied.il will be understood
Irml the cuhHeriher u idles lii eomnieiitu with the
Nutnher nevt iifler llie receipt nf eider.
HAHI'KU'S MAli.VZlNK. One Year $1
II A If I'M It's WliKKLY, " ' ........ -1 il"
II.UIPiCK'S IIAZAU, " " i"
The TUHKU ahovi' iiained pnlillrallona, One,
Year .1" l
IN'PFt'KMKNTS Foil IssOONI.Y.
Iff Thirteen Niitnlieia nf Hahi'MI's Yoinii Fun
Pi k will he furnished to uvury yearly t-tibai Hhor In
Haiii'KIi'h Whi'.ki.v forMS'i; or; llAiii'KU'a Yocmi
I'uni'i.it nnd llAiil'liil'a Wrkki.y will hn aeiil to any
addritaB fur ima veur, louiiiieiii'lni! with the lltxl
Ntiniher of lUui'sa'a Wbkm.t for January, Isni,
oa recell't ufl W lor thu two Petlodlculs.