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T1IK DAILY CAIKO KULLETlN: SUNDAY MollNlNH, KKHRUAR V 8, im.
SKA I.I. ADVKKTISKMKNTX
i linen i h Ii tir mm i will t'. pM'.IUlii'il ir v2i
end, one inw'.vli.ii ; :i iliii" . ' til ' ; I pik. l'l;
Bitt..lli. 1.MI, it ooial'H wI'Imi i ri.ui.'.M-. Jin: pi-r
tu-nlli. Kuril mli:liiii:it: Hint. proMi.i. Mliiulioiii.
M c liao- ;h ll'illi-tiu I'lli , iii-m I'm ii tin'
riiry, a No ti. Mea'i-r. liahm-iniiA. Co enif. tLt Wf
lli null il a liarriin.
Dw -lllntf and fimr loin-vitv -leairalili' irn'rl -an
mtuilii-aat corner ?lh atnrl andJ'-ITi-i-inii Avimuc.
M J. 110WI.B Y. U"l INl.ite Ajrcut
0nkks and pun hwr tif r-l n-t-itn In -iro
ihoul'l he mro they tuvo t irond title I sm now
P 1 l . KASTKISDAY
Oilier in Court House.
i ..iii. r w"i fr JMn. if "rH'-n on any tl'
flint lmw Misd!rliiii IMano. Will be sold low.
Appej Hi till" ''lllci'
F" II. MAUEAN, M. D,
HrmiCii'uthii' Physician ami Surgeon.
Jffi.'e 149 Oi, jmervinl avi-uae. JU-iiIfn"e turn,-!-"MiitiMiiith
HI. and U adiinulnu avi-aue, fc'aim.
It. E. W. WH1TLOCK.
Op,-Nh. IV; t ouiiii.Tclil Ann". lnflwri'B
Rihui aii NinUi Slrtvu
H. W. ('. .lOCKLYN.
D K N T 1ST.
OKHCR-Kfcblk .street, nnr ('.Humeri i; Arenoe.
NOTAKY PI BLIi'.
Notary I'tihlic ottvtyaiife!-.
v'fifl't.: -With the Viitu' itul Hurpuu."' Va
ml Aid Smii'tr.
Q I). WILLIAMSON,
? Ohio I itnct.
Kuat Stores anil (Jrocrries.
Of nli t.Hiil'.
IM-;.N NKill'I1 AND u.vv.
Kr.-h Duirv mid (Jilt i;di! Ballni . 0hUt ami U
KUldi! '.f Itui'r when m Km".iii, on hi.d mul di liv
ered prumpl'i t ronldnnccn frir. ) nUin lii-l vrn-d
7G OHIO LEVKK.
NiiiIti or iliift tif mc.iViUH!" Iieiiu' ..n-'.i In air.
Mi'k il'il'i;ril twin- a ilf.
SEALED IN 11 NT MOTTLES.
Try il niitl m-c lur y wurelv,"H.
ii'l PINT TICKCTS ONK Ht'I.I.A!::
I -ll nil ili lur.'.f ol IK Iti'tj-,
T. I.OLTS. CAllto AND PADl'CAM.
Tin" K.i"int Si.l -wlnvl 1'iih!iit st.'imi-r
Z&i CHAMPION 4ri
A .1 Ulltl
l.t-nvci. Curu I'mrv Muliilnv mil Tliarliy for
I'tpi' tiirHrileaii. St. I on is. ami way Hiidiii;;s. I or
t'rriKht or passant1 apply Ut .S('!. A Mt.VKI!.
( W. WUEELEIL
lli'.li r in all ki-el- ol
Cord Wood. Ktovo
JUG MUDDY CDAl,
a si'i'K.M r;rv.
WOOII AND COAL Y.UiH:
Tenth Street, l!elvfcn iiNhingtoii mid
Js in h.:n Ii) i(i'-u Ihiu I .il mint lie- iiiIIk
tu l.ain.'il jn .". at On- tiie tivlnw
tatrd. tor ttif purpi-i ol roe.iriiu (
Krti-nuw nl Aii'taoili'r I'ouniv, Illinois,
tor tin- yi-ar Islii. Ac ; u,l ,ii ,roiu
wauling In rr tin p.air.il) ol tw ht cent . p. r
aaiKllh will iai" mUmi la:;,- i.f On- i nl.e. tnr s riniis.
M Inilicnti'd Ih'Iow. mi'i pu Uiimv ni-t In .iji,;, ltvn
At "tote lioimi. in' lli.rlittia ,V I aulile hi town
of Kirn, iu llnli'Wooil pri-i im t, nu Wc iu. sOhv
Januurv 'JlH, A l lsw.
At the atore Inusr of Henry llu'.ss. ker in t ,,wi
f tinuink. in SaielusliV i-crin:i, m 'i iiiriUv
Jasuury -jiid. . I) lsso
At utore lme nl H. I' Cor' is. in hmn ,ii l..de
I'ark iu t'uity (ireriin l. o:i Triilte , Ji.htmn ;,r,i
A Ii lssil
l flare Iiohsk ol Itodjes ,t Mania, at l h
Ktdi' atnllnli. Ill Iteerli Itiot" i-.-iui-!. miSsinr
tixt. .Inimarv !Mth, A. I), tasa.
Ai !m lioi ne of It. A. til.ii'.is.ei. in town '
Bat i npr Uiranleau. in Kiin Cap. i,iritil.'su
ri.;iin4. no Munitaj1. Jumiarv Wta. A. I) Iskj.
A SUiro Unusu ol Kt'Mill k I o., In to,vn nf
t acar i reek, in t'lcnr Co i-I. ue-i inoi . uii Tiiesdav
Jaiiuaiy iTitti. A. Il l"s.
At slori- linnse nl II. K Hio il X tin . In t.iwn Mf
TdhIi'ih. Ill Tnrtiei- pnv.iiH i. on V.i-iincit. ,.,
arjrsl'tl. A. 1. IHSD.
At atnrc tinuaiMif A. II. Iii'land in turn ti i f Sants
V, in HuntH Ku pririle t. on Tlmr-ila; . .Uiniaiv
Mill. A. II. IKS".
At Lnni linuai" of Jaa. II Malcbajr. Iu town or
!oiumi!ri.il Point, Iu Ohohi- Inland pri'ilie t, ,,M
Kildav. Jaaiinry mull A. Ii. Ism
At tliu n-.aiilenc of Ni':bol lliuwa. !u l.aKe
Milli-nn preclvd. mi Sutur'lat. Jutitian a ,t. , i
At htnif "f IXi-rHatip. In Kiiat ( ui;u ;ir.-el net. u:i
Noatav, Kelirimf v id. A. I
At thu iiillte of M .). Ilowliiy. r ai iuil,.. t n t In
Kwotid t iiim prviiuci. on Tie -fdiv, K. hr'ir.ri :ol,
A. I). ISi.
Alt:e ft . nf I'util, k I'ilr. oalti, mi ai t nf
14 Ik wrr.el una (.'ti.iiiie"i:in! Avi iini. In Tlilr.t Cain,
Wotl)Cl. nu Wcdi.'i:-ilv, I'1' I rtarr 4ili. A ll lso
Atatnre bnuaii of Kru'-t 'J Ivov, In 1'lft'i I'aiio
pnuUne.l. ou Tlurmlaf. l-'ctirnerv Mn, A. )). ismi.
At tin eo'irt bo'iar, i Hoiirtli Cairo pwlnrt, fr iiii
tb 111 to Wit 'laya ol KeUruarr, A ) iswt.
Sli.niff a-iH Cnllcctor of Alnauitur ' . Ills
U-i lUJi, Ciliu, Hi" J .', Iw. If
THE DAILY MJLLETIX.
KNTRHKO AT TIIK 1'OST tlKI'H'K IN CAIKO. IL
LINOIS, AS r-RCOMM.I.ASS MATTEK.
ii-T' If l.U. PA I'll HOP AUiXANDKIt CUl.'.NTY.
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Only Morninir Daily in: southern Illinois.
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ihthIiip', ;ll ; ; U.infnll Ml liicli.
W. II HAY.
K'Tj't Siifliiil ('orim, I'. S. A.
(iKNKKAL UM'AL 1TKMS.
Cirt uit cniirt convenes tit-innrrow.
Tlicve is jjn'iit ilcitund fur St, Jacoijs
The city council incctn dgnin on Tnrs
day niht nt;xt.
Justice Ilo'nirison wits out of the city
-Slii'riiF .l.ick llo'ls lifts returned
front Si. I.otnV.
-David W. VanDiiren. of I'ir.i.t.iv'lpliin,
was in thu city yesterday.
Jno. Sullivan, Ksrj., of Vincennt s was
yesterday a aut st at the St. C'hftrU;.
.John Gladncy hits accepted a position
as niiiht wachntun on the ferryboat Three
I',leg't!tt line brocade drc.-s ouds in
new spring shades, at cents, worth Hi
--Tlii' i'ii!in'.;iition of St. Patrick's
church of this city contemplate huildinij a
si hool house at ii ) distant day.
The uutinct srjven yestcrduy afterniKm
Liy Allien llerndon iu the Atlieneunt. was
-c,o ami see trie m-w apnntr prints, at
Stuart's. They are the handsomest styles j
ever seen in this citv. i
-Mt. Jm. l)uiT..n, a prominent cituen
of Jackson. Term., was yesterday reiristere I
al the St. Charles.
-The man who wns rescued tin-it a
waieiy grave by John tlaiiney. a lew (i tys,
sgo in a merchant f Morlcy, M.. named
Agnes H TiidMii and troupe will re
main in this city to-day until the departure
of the Illinois Central train. The troupe ver coins in circula'.ion at tin east were
plays in Du (Juoin next, for one night. mi'ited at Philadelphia and Curvm (,'itv.
Tic; prisoner who was soiim days ag -The Mtstic Krcw wi'l give their mas
severely cut in the head with a razor in the i 'U Tade bad at thu St. Charles Hotel,
hand of a fellow prisoner, i a yet unable . Thursday night, the I'.'tlt inst. S-vi-ral
to he about. His injuries were very severe. parries are in th city with a full ami var-
Xotire-LiKlies holding invitations to j '",! , f 'tum.' for tho-e who may
the leap year ball will be expected to pre- wi-h to attend. Everybody will be tlu-re.
sent theiu at the do..,-, on lir.st entering the and a grand time maybe expected. The
i' 1 ii . ' 4V
i ball room. Hy OKor.it tv Co.-JMirrhK. !
-Tickets for the K. M. K. ('. ntusrpuer
ade for sab' at ieo. O'Hara's, Phil II.
Satin's, Mrs. S. William -on'.-, Paul II.
Schuh's. Paul (J. Sehuh's and D. Hart- j
Mr. Thomas 1 vis. surprised the lie-
t' rut club on Kriday night last. by thcdeliv- j
cry of one of hi., charaeteiistis speeches '
full v' g"o sense, carehasin and elo- j
The sum of JlSii.l.Ktit was paid out at !
Key West, during the past year tot sponges, i
The '-sponge-." w ho beat the printers out of
their subscription cost a great deal more
th in this attiiiiint.
-Captain II tlli l.iy, although far trout
being entirely well, bus so far recovered
from his recent siekness us to be down
town daily and attend to Im-ittess. This is
the first step toward a return of hi, usual
"Th" 'FaUlt'ess give., better s'ili-.fae,.
tioii than any cigar I ever sino'ved. and the
beauty of it all is th" economy of the
th'ng; it only co-ts half a, tu ich." The
"I'aultless" istlie live cent cigar sold by V.
Korsineyer, Oh o l.evce, corner P;- Six'h.
S'ni- rns, is making its appea ranee
ill .-l . ..I o s li:u I, , t Of ;i UWIOI It es Mill, ei
see to il that ihe gates thereof are well se-
... c, at i.. i !.: !.. ..i i
nunib r of our worthy iwoplc i
have a habit of di it ing theircattl" into I
tic puk l'"i' grazing purposes. They j
should no be permitted io d this li.-n- :
-tientlemen we are still selling the eeie- W((nis r (K,k(.Sf lls t ,.m s,.t.(.th
brated Quaker City imlauudried .shirt at ) proper; and, moreover, no man will bo en
11.00. We advi-e our friends !.. buy ow titled to the benelit of clergv, who docth in
as the price will be advanced soon
Sir A ist, Eighth St
litveuviilc Sun: ''The llli.iuis Central j
has purchased the railroad from Cairo to I
N'ew Orleans. It bus had virtual conlrol
over th.- line I'm about two years. Thi J
makes the Central over Klill miles long.''
There is a movement on font to est ah .
j IUi a strong Democratic newspaper in
Chicago. It is undeislooil tlmt the enter
prise will be largely backed by capital, and
thai the editorial management w ill be con
ducted bv a journalist iff recognized ability.
-Miss Agnes Ilernlon had a largo
audience la.,t uighl. She was enthusiastic
ally received and h r splendid acting, us
also that of tier company, wits repeatedly ap
plauded. Site leaves here fur a tour through
tif: Hta(e 'round tbout us, when she will re
turn this way am! probably flop over
for miioI her night or two. For real lalunt
this company hies but few e4uuls and no
sup'riois. Our people will not fail to give
them a hearty reception at their next up
pearancs ia thu city.
- 'I'hc litilii i of tin Presbyterian church
will give u sin lablc ut thu parsonage on
in xt Thursday evening. They doniro to
have it impressed tiiim tin' mind tif thu pub
lic that :t free and cisnliiil invitation is ex-
; ti'litlt'il to llii. Sec notici ill another column.
' - -Weundcrsuiid tlmt Smith Itros. have
purchased ttf P. J. Hiistlewuod the two
lots on WitsIiiiiHli'ti PojilMr mid Thirteenth
street, oiu8itc their present lunation find
expect to t-roct thereon a suhsuiitml biick
li:iiin'.s ln.use with a front on all three
The ladies' ball will conic otl'to-mornnv
flight. It itt expected that a laryc crowd
will be present and preparations have bd ii
made accordingly. KvcUhitii; thiit i-ould
in any manner add to the interest and mic-
ce.vs of the occasion is i)i'ovided and fill
may confidently expect to spend one of the
pleasantest evening, of their lives.
The proper opening has been left m
the cupola of the Arab divine house for a
town clock. If the company has no dispo
sition to till said hole we huve good reason
for the belief that the citizens of the ward
will subscribe a sufficient sum to have the
idea carried out. It would certainly w a
valuable addition to any section of ihe city.
The railroad strip needs some atten
tion from the drainage committee. Kor
quite a while, after every rin, the water
that gathers it: the low places along the
entire strip stands there and becomes
putrid. These places shou'd be in some
way connected with the nearest sewers so
as to allow the water to ruu off readily.
- -(io and see Pettis A IJiid. They are
receiving new goods every week and arc
selling them ut the lowest possible prices.
They have on hand a full line of eatiucd
good?, bought before the late rUv and are
selling them at packers' prices. Their
stock of fancy and staple groceries i per
hups more complete than any other in the
city and thoy arc able to meet all cottip-ti-
tioc. Tens and choice butter are special-
.., ....,. uitl.
Probabiv lew people have noticed the
luhuu tllHt ,U)rktf(l VnlwA uu.s
silver coins, and fewer still are iiwure. that
the-c stand lot the mint where that partic
ular poin w-as manufactured. Coins mint
ed at San Franei-'co are marked ' S"; those
at Carson City. ('."; those at New Or
leans '('."; and those of Philadelphia
have no mark. The saint' dUtim lions are
made with gold eoit.s. Nearly all the sil-
Ivr, vv nave concemraien tin ineir eiton
j upon making this ball a success and there
; is no doubt but that it will be a credit to
i them and willfully repay Ufm for the ex-
tensive preparations they have rnide and
th'! time they have devoted to getting it up.
'200 ;iepci new Hamburg edgings, in
n"v and choice designs, from cts. and
up. We secured this lot at a bargain and
oII't them at from to 10 cts. per yard
less t:i in they can be bought lur to-day.
- At the annual meeting of the Southern
I.iinois Medical Association, held in this
j eiiy. the following olljeeis wire elected for
! the ensuing year: Pii-sident. W. A.Oor
i don of Chester: Pir.st Vice-President. S.
j II. limi iy uf Marion; Ser-ond Vice-Pre-i-i
dent. J T. Hinckley of Shaw net town; Sec-
retary. Dr.. SbK-king of Anna; Asi-tatit
I Si.-ci' iary, .1, K 1! rkebile of Ceniervill ;
j Treasurer. I.. Dyer of DiHJ'ioin ; Hoard of
' Censors: II. II. Outline. W. It. McKenzie,
j J. K. Hainey. Dr. Sulker and Dr. N jrtis.
l The next m "eting ol tif association will
' be held at Shaw n 'I'town, on Wednesday,
; June Kith.
j -The ea year privilege of Udis
choo-ing their husbands, is thus explained
in a work entitled ''Love, Courtship and
ii ... t .. , . t ,1 , . ,
Marriage. Loudon. lliOu: "Albeit it has
, i .
1oa' uetonir ,1 jl.ll I. ill (lie 'IJ1I!I"I1 ; v I;
, . , . ,. .. .... .. .
n I'eL'irde ti socin re atiotis ol bte. that.
a, nfieti a., evi ry bissextile year dothc re
turn, the ludyes have the sole privilege dur
iug the lime it enritiiio'lli, of making love
unto the men. which they doc. cither hy
any way treate her proposal with slight or
c. inuimely." This extract is not published
Io encourage our young ladies to proposu
to Ii.oiIit Davis';, uu II" is a married
--It may p i.-sibly interest some of the
medical profe,ion of Cairo to lm that
the slate board of health has begun un ac
tive c.impaigu in the matter of complaint
of unprofessional and dishonorable conduct
by parties holding c "rtillcutes isaued by the
hoard. It is Hut intention of the board to
fully carry out the letter and spirit of the
law, which is, designed to protect the pub
lie Iroiu all sorts nf professional ignorance,
quackery rind crime, and this Is the inau
guration of aggressive work ia this direc
tion. The moral force of tiie statute to
regulate the pracliej of medicine has oper
ated to th.-; ant i.'ifuct ion of all interested,
and if has been the main dependence of
the board and the friends ol the. law here
tolore, -On thu 11th iriit. Mr. J. (J. SlutU will
he in the city to hold furlli in the Atlk-
niiuni, He is proprietor of the Mammoth
tr Company and has made, a very success
ltd tour through the cast. His troupe is
com posed of the best talent in the country
and lie comes here with the laurels of fame
upon his brow. His company is composed
of eighteen first-class artists, and chief
among them art) Miss Stella Mason and
Miss K. Alma Stmts, who have both gained
a national reputation. Mr. Stutts himself
is an acjor of more than average ability
and wis here some years ago, ut which
time he met with brilliant success, and
those of our people who remember him
will give him a hearty reception this season,
--The annual statement of the Equitable
Life Assurance Society, is of interest both
to the poiicy holders ol the company and
to persons contemplating insurance. The
as,ets of the company are given as $ 'IT,
:ifWI,01.73, showing an increase over the
assets reported hist year of nearly $2,000,.
000. The new l.usiness for the year reaches
the very large tigur" of fi!,.il):,,.-D, while
the stiengtu of tke surplus is stated at
more than $000,000 above tile amount re
ported hist year. Nearly five millions were
paid out last year to policy holders and
their represent ttives. The new feature in
troduced into the policies of the company
during the year, whereby the company
binds its 'If not to dispute the payment of
policies after thice years from the date of
their issue, is a noteworthy departure in
life insurance mid one which is likely to
have a decided effect upon the business of
the Enuitable. The character of the man
agement seems to be sufficiently shown by
the statement that the interest account
shows a net return, even timing 170. ot
not far from (5 per cent, on the investments
of the company.
ttltr people should not lor get ihe mass
meeting at the court house to-morrow night,
at which will lie discussed the cj'elition i t
the oppressed pe jile of Ireland, similar
meetings have been, and arc being held in
every city in the I'nioii and everywhere
have not only Irishmen, but people, of '.11
nationalities expressed themselves iu sym
pathy with the down-trodden people, and
donated liberally for their relief: and to
Pnrrtell, more than any other imtu must be
given the credit lor the present feeling on
the subject in this country. At the conclu
sion of his speech, delivered in Washington,
Mr. Paruell said that it svoi'ld be a proud
boast for America if she were, by the force.
of her public opinion alone, and by the re
spect with which all people look upon any
sentiment prevailing in America, to obtain
for Ireland with nil shedding one drop of
blood, without drawing a sword, without
one threatening nte4age. to aid in the so
lution of that great (pf ntion. He was
proud and happy in the belief that iu the
way he had mentioned, and iu no otlfr
way, America would b? an important factor
in the solution of the Irish land question.
It is evident that the time ha, come
when England uiut listen to this country
and resoect its opinion, especially when it
is eipressed w;ili such unanimity and fer- J
vor as il ha, been t mch- 1
ing toe Irisli grievances. Here
lias never been a question of toe ua- :
ture upon which they have expressed them
selves more freely than upon tin.' persecu
tion of Irish tenants by English landlords.
Tlcy have co,ey studied tlfse grievances,
not onlv as stated by Mr. Parnell, but as
j brought to theni by telegraph a a I mail.
I They have had abundance of iuiorun
which has enabled them to compare tif ti e
! ilist Kivli-li l.ioid Ih.vs with our own
They Imve studied the relations of landlord
and ten ml. mid they have had an unusual
interest in doing it, because they have been
furnishing tin: money, at the rile of $100,
000 a we-'k, to help the Irish tenants pay
their rents, -in other words, tie- inboring
people o this country have been lax"d that
amount by English landlords, sad
finding that it doe not Hiev th" condition
of the sufferers, they have been moved o
lind out the reason why. It ha not been
difficult to discover the reaon or to ascer
tain the exact conditions of injustice ;ui I
inhumanity under which the Irish tenant
labors, nor have they been slow to i-xpre
their opinions through the press and in
gteat public meetings, and iu a respectful
but earnest manner, which (irent IPiiain
must heed. No power, however strong il
may be, can disregard the sentiments of an
other power, especially when il is in every
material wav dependent noon that
power. All that Mr.
need do is to continue iu the
wuy he has commenced, quietly and forcibly
presenting the grievances of the Irish
people, keeping within tli.t law, and avoid
ing all belligerent demonstration, and he
will lind tin: American people at his back,
and more than that, the wishes of that
people respected in Ureal Il.iliiin. They
will help him bring relief, not only iu thu
present physical suffering ol Ins unhappy
countrymen, in inllueticing legislntion so
that future suffering may be averted. Hut
enough. This queslion will on Monday
night be diseased with eloquence and ability
by Hon--. W. II. Green and D. T. Linegnr
who will do it justice and doubtless ad
vance tinny ideas that will be new to our
psopln. p-'ople, of all nationalities
should turn out en masse and hear tlu'iii.
Amongst the visturs to our Delia me
tropolis yesterday, was one Pater Engel
hert, whoHii business was of importance not
only to himself and to Cairo, but to lite
whole of Southern Illinois, Pallor Enge!
bert is a Ilenediotine, an order of the Ro
man Catholic churcli, ami his visit was in
rjUtion to the scttlcteeut of a Catholic co!-
ony near Wctutig. Mr. Height has domit
ed to Ihe fathers two traeis of land contain
injf together :ll)0 acres. The father has
purchased an intervening tract of '.'00 acres,
and proposes to settle thereon a colony from
the eust. A church and school will bp es
tablished, and mills and factories erected.
The Henedictine;. are famous agricultu
rists, and not only in Europe, but in Penn
sylvania, Iowa, Minnesota, Kentucky and
Kansas, the? h.tvn been crti-ctive iu remod
eling and improving prevalent slip-shod
methods iu farming. Their llouring and
woolen mills re famous for their products,
and enable them to be not only wholly
self supporting, but to support and educate
large numbers nf the poor children, or
phaned and abandoned in the cities; thus
crcni ing a useful mid industrious popula
tion, from what would otherwise form an
element of danger to the common wealth.
The founder of the order, St. lienedicl,
wish noble Italian, bora about -l!S0. He was
so shocked at tic prevailing immortality
which chitrm P iised the period when the
lUcnau empire was ennobling to pieces
that he abandoned his studies in the city
of Koine, ami betook himself to solitude,
where he employed himself in iu.it i 1
labor nod prayer.
He w as soon surrounded by many other,,
who ( hose, like himself, to h ad a life of
labor and pmyer. apart from the tempta
tions nf an age and nvi.ui notorious for
The order spread all ever Western Ivi
rope where it has cvr .-iuce h-id a gp t
reput.tlf n for the s:U:ctiiy of its members.
It was one of th.- tir-t orders to establish
it sc 1 : m Auieiica. an I where ili-y have
noi been in th.- Way of ambitious politi
cian,, tluv have InVjrilblV succeeded in
imbuing the peopii-.uiione.t whom :1c y
were, with habit, of indu.-iiry and miiiniie..
It nk, the grea"-st Pmti-s ,n an iiority mi
ecclesiastical nutters. Ins ,p.ik ..a volume
in their prai-e in his si.ilge sentence, th it
u ii iienc'lictTie Abbey was a Cet.tr: of
hh'.il good and Christian t ivilialion."
ii'j chief ch ir.u teiisijc, of the riieinben
are tuitiU 'l labo. uiiii obed enee. The
ruier of each ( "iiiieunity or Abbey is an
A I deal, in Whose i.le, ;iou the men bet
parti;'!p;te nnre,triet -.Hy.
They are fani ius a-, ini-sion.uie and we
Have it, i lion1'!, htlt '.let l.e' vena
of Cairo will often avail theinsclve
rviee. ,,i ot i. r a. preachei, ami con
fes.sors, ii, el tiiii tieis our people have
ampic oppi.rtii'iit; 'o Uvi.me wall acpnin-
t'l whit ihe inetiibci s of an order, whom;
hi-tory ciriie.- n. aw iy b.ck I'mm 'he Lri ! -
liatlt light of the civil ;7',timi of the I'.ltll
cen'ury. to the waning hgiu of tic ."ith.
In all toe dark -p'.cc of iim.. bet .verm ti.
lit h arid the Mill (';,: lijie-. vl, ale', er was
plevrv.'d of leerilillg, tld UCji il of wiut a,
known a, charity, re-t", ..viusivch wi'ii
this order. E lucalioa ov.'ca Ihetu much.
and !:ir-er they ,,iy been they
ha'e I u acknowledged ;(, tic uiot impor
tant fu't'TS in a Christian civiii. tlioli
Father M isteioii conl'iet. .-irvice, in
St. Patrick' elnirch to-.fa .
- -.service in toe Episcpa
d iv as iisii il, i ondueted by 1!
Ii miMi .
ciiUo h to.
. David A.
I - Father llogati coudic's sen ice, in St
i Joseph' Catholic church lo-dav, ai tin
! u-ual hours.
- l!ov. (i-'org- h-ing Hlseni. eV. W. P.
i i on win till hi pnipjt in in iru and
-1 u account of the iilne.
Whittaker there will be no pi.
tiie Method;, t church to-day. Sunday
school will co'ivrie at the u-u il leeir, imw
-The tl.'lal STV ices will be com
by I! v E. K nappe if, u. O rinnri I.ulheian
t liurch this moiiiing. An English .sermon '
will be preached in the evening, to whiih
a!!, Ii.if i ., f i 1 1 ! the yciiing people, me
1st ok I.KTI'KKs HKMAIMSO t M U.l.:i
i-aut is i n k rosno Kii k ai f aiho. ii.i,
H llitlMtV Ml, I'lUl.
. . ' !',", , ,
It.ilitiin I Ml in.L - CiL ..r i. inni. I
. .... '.. ' ".' '.'''Evansviile; W. P. Marsh, Commerce. Mo. :
Frank; Churchill. Hmiretn: Cook, Annie:
ft.., a.- re c. .. .ii i n...... m
V l.tl l, I , III' II I . ,..,:..,-1 l, 1,1'.' . I 'lll"r . ..! ,
I-..: Davis, ('has. Mrs.: Emrie, Justin, It ;
Fluther, Marie: Freemon, Murv; Oennings, i
Mrs.; Uot-wood, Aa; llend-ricks, Cluru;
Hamilton, Itosie: lleul'le Einma; Haire-,
Norma; Hendrix, Milly; Johnson. Aim hia;
Josi.ns, M illie; Jones. M igg: Kelley, Elizi
beth; Lather, Mundy: Moiirin, W.: Millikin,
iiiillin; Mom-.-, Lizzie; Okiel, Mrs.;
Itaudolph, Maggie: li-widall, l; Huberts,
Susan; I!o-s, Dora; Itolock. Ida; Shugrow,
Katie; Shaw, Minnie; Smith, 'Anna; Tuy
(,r, Mely; Williams, Jelleiie; Ww-, Julin. '
Anderson, S. .: Armslrong, Henry: llai
lcy, Alfenl; Ileiland. Frank; liamhrick,
Michael; Bridges, S. I).; Howler, William;
IhiAici, William; P.rynnt, John; Creel,
lierry; Coiilyer, Frank; Crnmplon, Isaac;
Caldwell, John; Cullom, J. S.; C'lewent, V.
Carson. J aim D,; I 'allah in, Tints.; Criul
ilick, S.; Craig, Henry A.; Delicacy, Jim;
Dyer. Nalhiin; Derby, ft; Fvuns, Charles;
Fielde, Geo.; Ferris, Jas. F; Green, Frank;
Uniy, J.; Hamilton, Dr. Jits.; Howell,
James; Henerson, James; Hardin, Orrnnge;
Jordan, Anthony; Johnson, ('. J.; Johnson,
Chits. E.; SohriHon, J. J.; Johnson, J.;
Kudus, . Wallace ; Jones, Toon; Karncy,
Sum; Luke, M. M.; Lynch, David; Myers,
I). F.; Machinn & Carter; Madden, Geo.
II.; Manning, Joe; Miller. Jarnea; Moder
orty, Jerry ; Met" Jotiiga, John ; Ohriunt, .1 .
II.; Partec, Jordan; Kutcli. Joseph;
Hussell, (,'eorge; Itobinson, Pheliu,
Struwick, II. M.; Selix, John;
Scott, Charlie; Smith, James; Smith, .1.8 ;
Seymour, J. M. ; Scott, J.S.; Tnyl'r, Frank :
Taylor, Euiunifd; Trainer, Henry; Tiltnaii.
Watson; Wood worth, C. M.; Wills, C. T.;
Wright, Ed.: Woodward, James: William- :
Wored, Marrien; Williams, Sandy : Whi't
A Itl l.socs Loss. -A lo-s ol bodily ti a
sue, greatly iu excess of the natural'd iilv
wai.te which takes place in the healthiest,
physical and mental structure, rind but f e
w'hich waste life and youth might be indefi
nitely prolonged, is . mailed Upo:, those
whose vital powers are we.ik nd nervous
system fragile. To urresl this ruiimus loss
and brace the system, a course of Ho.tct
ter's Stomach Hitters 18 the proper agent.
Tone to the nerves, vigor and regularity Io
the digestive organs and liver are among
the boons conferred upon the debilitated
and sick of both sexes by this incHtimabU
medicine, which more' than any known
tonic tends to check the progress of i.nnat!.
ral and premature decay. Sleep, renewed
iclish for food, are both ohfained by the
PemillS snd d , peptic 1 1 1 ' Ml Li Ii i's Uv.
which is als'j the mean-of muring the s .
tern to encounter safely malarious a'mo,
MAItDl OKAS AT NEW tiltf.EANS
The old lteliable (ireat Jackson Itou'e
will sell tickets over their line to attend U,
Mar Ii Oras festivities at N.-w Ctrleniis, f,
"lie fare, f 17..V), the n.u.i I trip. The sa'e
ol l.ekets will comui. nee from tt tin leav;;,..
Cairo. VVednesdiiy, February Ith. a ." a m .
and ci".,e with tic tn.in leavim.. C'u i- ii .
a.m.. Monday, February ftth The-,
be good to return to aiel including ..;..,.
February Diili, I s'0.
J. H. JoSKs. ' CmaMjI l it.
I'i ket Ag't. ( :,:, t :.-,! !',, .e
DISsfiU-pioN or co f'AHTNEI'.SHIP
No'ice i hereby given that the Under
signed, doing biisiniss under the Urn name
of .V. E. M. -(..amnion A-Co.. butcher,, h-,
tliis.liy tieen dissolved by mutual eonvr.'.
Mr.Chas. (layer withdrc.vnig. Tic hit,'
nes, will be conducted a, h"reto!ore. b
M. F. McChiiiiiioii.
M. E Mi Cam-on.
Cl) Vs lilt Kit.
Cairo. I Is.. Feb. i;, t,so.
l our; h nise.
n Moud.av, i'.-b; .
ary !oh, t 1 1 o'cl
will he ild the property fronting mi W i-h
ingt..n A vi Tine, Thifti eath un..! Pop's:
streets; beiilgthe p!Op"ltv ISC'!
pi'd bj Smith A !',ro, S
notice in Argus.
COAL No'l'Il Y.
Ai: ord'-r for coal after this dste, sh.e;' :
lie ncomp inied ht ( a-h, an I will I
tiiiel by the wei:;!. r. from tic Illinois
I ciitiul ,ird. on Fouriei tiih tie(.t. (;,
be delivered at rial-"lia!.c price, to arr,
!. -11111. and
Id ( tin
lUlli' S en, I,
i irv iird. 1 s so
il Com. Cll
I tiie chi:m'Ii im.ace
j to go t'or ImmUs a'ld !;o- eitlo-r to
them made to order nr bur ready ncide. ;
jail' Koch',. Conilliercial avenue, ls'tweee
I Fifth and Sixth street,. U- bouii; i.i.
I -toi k of biH.ts mid shoes, leather and til. i
j ite.'s beiore the bite i iv, and will give the
; public the b-ie tit In s.-iiing at the o'd
prices. Do not fail to cull when in need 01
goods in his line.
PltIIIYn:i:iAN sin iaui.e
The ladis of the Prcby'crian citute'i
will give a sociable, 'n,ii-,,i,i , l'ebruai v
'',''Ml lllt' parsonage. A free and c..rd:
I im itation is extended to every one.
HOTEL AUItlVAI .S.
AT Tftf l'I ANTKUS." Ilul s' .
W. 11. Marker, Hickman. Ky.: 1.. F. Oi
ler, Evansviile: It. A. Wiiiiani. New :
lean.-. A. C. Dickson, S:, Louis; .1. I).
: Striilh. Louisville; 0. D el! raff. Evullsvilie:
! Fred Hoffmier. I'lliii: K. Shronde. St
j Linus; J. S. P.altnrd. Tere Haute. Lid..
S. J. Scanlin, Cincinnaii: C. S. IJurtoii,
A. 0. Keniick, St. I.oiii.: E. N. Eeinhait,
S T) r3
" cl il'
HOW WILL THIS DO
Five lb Nolo Heads as low ns f per 1 ,000.
Ten lb Loiter Heads na low in 7.1 per
Imperial Dill Heads its low as f psr
Hills Lading us low us $3 50 per 1,000.'
Envelops aud printing $3 80 to :j 50
At Tuc Bulletin job office.