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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAV
MORNING, APRIL 13, 188.
A IX AIVBKTf3KSNT8 In Uila column, of
ve ittieaearh r will b imhltitlied lor'
tauU lie lntfrttou: time. W ami; 1
Moatli, l.Mi moiiibfWitlioiilcliiiuKo, 11.00 mr
tooalh. Karli additional Hue, prorata. Munition
A good bourn keeper, on who uuderttiuid horn.
kenplnc anil loncllutr ihtidrou, Herman preferred
Am, I. 11 Oil. aftlro I'jr further Information, lief-
IIOIIBK FOR 8ALK
A on atory, ;i roomed cottage, roof
timber til aouad. Can he removed with Httlo er
peiiM. Keaaon for itPlllDtf nnl tho lot for other
purpose. Apply at No, Si Teutu, near ablui
Furalahed room with boiird for tfentleman and
wife or two ladle. Enquire at tliU olllfe.
FUll KENT. .
)ue or two pleaaant Inrnn-hod room, on iiicoiid
loor, with or without board. Inquire corner of
hlnjrton Avenue and Twentieth ntreet, opposlUi
Yf II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Phyniclan and Surgeon.
Calee 140 x, amercial avenue. Residence corner
FwirtoenUi St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
J)R. E. W. .WHITLOCK,
Ome No. 1IW Commerclul Avenue, betweon
KiKht.h end Ninth Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
I) K NT 1ST.
OFFICE Eolith Mreet, near Commcn-lal Avenue.
HO MA 4 LEWIS,
Notary Public ami Couveyancer.
OFFICE :-W'lth the Widows' and Oorpoana' Mu
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in loe.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Special tv.
or. Twelfth Street aiid Levee,
YOCUM fc BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W.P. HALLWAY, President.
H. L. IIALLIDAV, VIco-l'recMeni.
TUOS. W. HALLIDAY, Cannier.
. STAATnTAYLO'.'. W. I HAMJDAY,
USNK1T L. IIAU.IU4Y, K. H. (HINPOMUilAM,
II. D. WU.UAMSOK, rfTteilKX Bfltl).
H. R. CANDKK.
Eich&nfcre, Coiu and United States Bonds
BOlHiHT AND HOLD.
Dopanturecelved and a L't reral banking linnlne
. ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Mauulaiturer or and Dealer luAlwo
TIN, COPPER & SHEKT-IRON WARE
tfirAIXKINKao Jull WuUli BONBTUIIR1IKII.4t
N0.H7, KIWITH STREET.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
Only Morninc; Dally In Southern Illinois.
RNTKUKO AT TUB TOST OFFICII IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS RKCOND-CLASB MATTKR.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Hionai Orri'ii, I
Cahio. III.. April 10. IS80
Ttrao. Bar. fher. Hum. Wind. Vel Weather.
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8 p.m., S9.ua
Maxiinum Temperature. 7"! Minimum Tem
perature. Mo ; Kill n fall 0 (H) Incha.
River !M feet 5 iuche. Rlao s! luehea.
W. II . RAY,
Scru't Slt'iial Coroa. U. B. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Tiik "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to tliis market. Cull and see
it, at Davidson's.
Jacob Kline desirea the public to know
that ho has perfected his machinery for the
manufacture of stone in blocks, and is now
ready to receive orders for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stone, building corners, window
sills, caps, etc. Orders will receive prompt
attention, und lie filled without delay.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, ull in first-class
order: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
diameter, 24 feet long, with smoke stack;
one engine 10 inch bore, 24 inch stroke,
with heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's planer; one 12 inch planer; four rip
saws and frames complete ; one cut off saw ;
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine for bed posts and rails; one self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring ma
chine; one power mortising machine; two
turning lathes ; three Emery wheels.mountcd
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 inch
line shafting with pulleys. Fur price en
quire at Furniture Factory,
Thk "Activo" cooking Btove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Mr. Chits. Shoeumcycr, proprietor of the
Germimia house, situated at the junction
ot Poplar and Tenth streets and Wash
intgon avenue, is prepared to
accommodate a few more day
boarders at reasonable rates. The
table is first class, containing alwuys the
best the season affords, and the general ac
commodations afforded are not surpassed
by any private boarding house in tlr city.
Foil Salk For cash, a new two-hundred
dollar Mendelssohn piano, for $125,
anil the freight from factory. Apply at
ICE! ICE! PURE LAKE ICE!
F. M. Ward will enter the field again
this season, with his ice wagons, and will
be prepared, as formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, in any part of the city, every day,
in any quantity desired. The fact that he
will give tho business his personal super
vision, furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rons will be promptly, faithfully and satis
SEE YOURSELF AS OTHERS SEE YOU
It you want a perfect, natural and life
like picture of yourself or friend in India
ink and water colors, albumen ink or oil
on canvass, give Lightfoot & Shelton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms on applica
tion. Call at Mrs. Stites', Seventh street.
CAIltO ANIJ ST. LOt'lS UAII.IKIAII.
Cairo, Ills, April Kltli, 1HH0.
On and nl'ti'i this date, and until f'ui tlirr
notice, rates ol Ireight from St. Louis lo
Cairo will be twenty ci'nts per hundred lbs.,
and from East St. Louis to Cairo sixteen
cents per hundred lbs, on nil classes
except hog products which will be seven
teen and one-half cents jht hundred lbs.,
from Sr. Louis and thirteen and one-half
cents from East St. Louis. Prompt deliv
ery a specialty. Your patronage is respect
fully solicited. J. A. Naixh.k.
L. M. Johnson, Agent.
ILLINOIS CENTUAL RAILROAD CO.
-TO THE PUBLIC.
CiiirAiio, March .list, 1880.
On April 1st, 1880, the Illinois Central
Railroad company commences the sale ot
local tickets on all of its lines in Illinois
at three cents per mile, in place of four
cents as heretofore.
We trust that this reduction will meet the
approbation of our patrons, and will result
in materially stimulating local travel along
tho line. Respectfully,
W. P. Johnson, Gen. Puss. Agt.
GuatkfIjI, Womkn. None receive so
much benefit, and none arc so profoundly
grateful und show such an interest in rec
ommending Hop, Bitters as women. It is
the only remedy 'peculiarly adapted to the
many ills the sex it. almost universally sub
ject to. Chills and lever, Indigestion or
(lertingiM liver, constant or periodical Kick
headaches, weakness In the back or kid-
Leys, pain in the shoulders Mid different
porta of the body, a feeling of lansitudo
huil despondency, are all readily removed
Ly tticse .'HlleM.Counint.
GENEARL LOCAL NEWS.
Tho Reform club concert has been
Illinois Centrul railroad stock is up to
110 in London go say the dispatches.
There is to bo a calico ball in Charles
ton shortly, which will be attended by boiuo
ot our Cairo youths and beauty.
By a consultation of our wanted col
umn this morning, it will bo seen that a
good housekeeper may find employment.
A number ot parents kept their chil
dren homo from school yesterday, fearful of
scarlet fever. Wc have heard of no cases
at all in the upper part of town.
The south side of Eighth street, is
adorned with low and ill-looking awnings,
that causes it to look as Charles Dickens
would say like a street in masquerade.
Tho ferry boat Throe States has quit
making trips to Fort Jefferson tho rivei
now being low enough to admit of her
landing at the usual spot on the Kentucky
T Up Mend I'sim Ouartctte comiuinv
held forth in Turners' hall Suudaj
evening to a fair audience. Tho companj)
will remain in this city, we are told, during
the balance of this week.
Is the high school to have one or twj
sessions this term? For several years pas
the school hours for April and May have
been from 7:I!0 to 12:80, but we do not
know how it is this year.
Mr. Hartman is trying to secure the
presence of tho Primrose and West min
strel compay in this city. If they pay us a ,
visit they will not be disappointed in the
little matter of dollars and cents.
The battle field of Belmont may not
be as great an attraction to Grant as people
seem to think, but smokers know there is
not a cigar in the market equal to tho
'Faultless," sold by F. Korsmeyer.
For an outlay of, say 1:150 any one,
owning a vacant lot can have a property
that will pay ten per cent, net on nine hun
dred dollars, by buying the house adver
tised in wanted column this morning.
Yesterday was one of those beautiful
days that go to make up spring weather.
The sun shone down with all the brighness
it was capable of and, in fact, it was "one
of God's days," it was "blue Monday."
The 6aloon keepers of the United
States are to hold a big convention in Chi
cago on the 21st of September next. The
movement originated in Chicago us does
nearly everything that is really enterpris
ing. The celebration of the 25th annivers
ary of the marriage of Dr. Thayer, to have
taken place to-day, we are informed by
Miss Thompson, has been postponed for
one week on account of the illness of - Mrs.
It is a common thing of late to see
ladies and gentlemen from Anna, Charles
ton, Villa Ridge and Mound City at our
theatres. We are glad of this, and would
like to see more of them here attending
"Secure the shadow ere the substance
fades.'' Now, while your children are
healthy and bright and before the uncer
tainties of a sickly season is ut hand, is the
time to take them to Winter's gallery and
have their pictures taken.
It is a pity that the cellar or base
ment of the Thirteenth street school house
is filled with sipe-water, and it must be in
jurious to those pupils, in the two lower
rooms especially, who sit over it all tUy.
Still, how can it be helped
F. M. Ward was yesterday engaged
in packing ice in his ice house on Seven
teenth street. We took a look
ut the inside arrangements of the building
und found it remarkably well adapted for
the preservation of the "winter-fruit."
An engine on the ('. and V. R. R., from
some cause not exactly known, started up
the mad at a rapid speed, yesterday, about
2 o'clock a. m. The run-away engine was
pursued nnd found standing, uninjured, on
the truck u short distance above Mound
Fourteenth street, between Washing
ton avenue and Walnut; Walnut street, be
tween fourteenth and Fifteenth streets and
Fifteenth street, between Walnut and Cedar
streets, tire in very bud condition; and, be
ing much used, should l;uc the immedi
ate nltention of the street committee.
-Only five marriage license were issued
by our county clerk during the pust month
all of them for parties out in the country
and not one for parties in the city. If this
fact argues anything it is Very apparent
that many of Cairo' fair sisters, cousins,
etc., should seek the country in seeking for
The solemn Lenten season being over
tho world has onun more wakened up to
fuu and feasting; several interesting events
are on tho tapis, among them the l'nir and
festival to bo given by the ladies for the
benefit of St. Joseph's Catholic church.
Judging from tho large number of tickets
already sold, the fair promises tojbo a great
success us it should be.
- At the meeting of the Republican
committee on Saturday last, tlmt harmony
which Is conducive to strength, did not,
prevail. A county convention, to phico in
the Held candidates for county o!!lecs, was
Insisted upon by some member and op
posed by others. It wan filially ngrt'od to
hold n convention on Urn Sth of May and
to abide by the- detisloii of the convention
Dun JHartman'g clogunt hall in tho
new builUing, lias been secured by tho
managers d f the Grunt reception, for tho
purpose- or giving a ball in honor of the
distinguisflied guest. Tho uffair promises
to bo onto of tho greatest attraction Cairo
has had) for many years and will induce
many people who would otherwise scorn
to visit our city, to graciously pay us' a
visit. May tho impression then made
upon our visitors be favorable to our much
abused little town.
The funeral of Mr. Gash Sunday was
largely attended, the church being
cri iwded ; and two car loads going to the
co'inetery. Tho floral decorations were
lovely; we believe, tho handiwork of Mrs.
Cj. W. Bradley. Rev. Mr. George's sermon
was short, impressive, and appropriate; the
ceremonies at the grave were fitting to so
s'olemn un occasion. That the widow, son
i md daughter of the deceased have the ten
ti ., . . .
.leresi sympumy 01 ineir multitude ot
W.14 11111 111 i Hilt IH I 1 1 ir tliA sirjiuil ujIui
followed them to the grave. He has passed
away" like one who wraps the drapery
of his couch about him and lies down to
Judge Green, chairman of the Demo
cratic, congressional committee, Sunday
sent out notices requesting the 'members of
that committee to attend a meeting on
Thursday the 15th inst., in room No. 2, at
Louis Herbert's hotel in this city. The
meeting is called for the purpose of con
sulting about matters concerning the coin
ing campaign, and as we suggested some
time ago, it would be desirable that Demo
crats of the district, other than members
of the committee, should take
part in the consultation so that
tl.e best possible plans of action may be
decided upon. It is to be hoped that the
attendi nee will be large and every county
in the district fully represented.
This i'lsue ot Thk Bulletin contains
the announcement of Mr. B. F, Blaku W ul
derman from the Third ward. It is hardly
necessary to indulge in lengthy eulogiutns
of the gentleman, tor his general qualifica
tions for most any office are well known by
everybody. For a number of years he has
beeu one of our most active business men,
public spirited, honorable and genial, he
has succeeded in gaining for himself the
favorable opinion of everybody w ith whom
he has had any dealing. He is
u man of more than ordinary
intelligence, hence his judgment in matters
concerning the interests of the city would
be correct; and being himself identified
with those interest, be would do all within
his power to further any scheme that would
conduce their advancement. A vote for
Mr. Blake is in our opitiion a vote for a
good man for the right place.
Respectability is an uncertain fiction
in the social world. We know men who
get drunk every night and they
are considered honorable men. We
know rich men who "hardly ever"
give alms, and they stand high in
the estimation of the fashionable world;
and, again, we know other men who are
pillars in the church, and yet are forwar'J
in every scheme for fieecing the public;
and then, again, we know of a certain sa
loon keeper who gives freely to the poor
and stands up faidiftilly for the rights
ot the people, and yet according
to tho social code, he is not "respectable,"
even though as it is recorded Christ was in
his day a "wine-bibber" and a wine pro
ducer. So the world jogs on with little
improvement in its code of eithics or of
morals and, being the editor of a
religiousiotiriial feel we say it with
"senatorial gravity" like throwing
ourselves at the feet of tin; world
ami corning them in salt tears.
Messrs. Moody and Sankey arrived
here on the Annie P. Silver Sunday morn
ing and held services in the Presbyterian
church from 10: :!I0 a. m. to about 12 o'clock
in. The Methodist congregation joined
with the Presbyterian and the church was
lull, every scat being occupied umi cnans
being placed in the aisles lor the accommo
dation of those who could not find room on
the benches. Services were begun by .Mr.
Sankev who sung several beautiful hymns in
a manner that left no doubt in the minds
of his auditors that he was a reully gifted
man. Mr. Moody delivered a plain, forci
ble sermon, going into the the heart of the
subject before him, and mingling with his
blunt argument, numerous RfiVcting and ef
fective anecdotes. In the evening dis
course Rev. G.'Oige referred to him as a
man whose power lay not In his learning,
but in the purity of his life, the honesty of
his purpose, und his firm belief in the doc
trines which he preached.
It is a fact although not one of the
j;i cutest possible local interest--that proba
bly no living journalist has reached so
great mi eminence in his profession, under
so many reverse circumstances and against
such bitter opposition, as Mr. Wilbur F.
Storey, of the Chicago Times. Ho has
tasted all the depth and shoals ot practical
journalism and ho knows full well the
"school wherein he learned to ride." lie
now gives notice that he pro
poses to print a paper just large enough to
contain the news of the day, ami no larger.
This conclusion must be uccepted as tho re
sult of his life's experience in the lino of his
profession. It is, in short, of a man who
has never hesitated at any expenditure to
make u first-class newspaper of the Times.
It is a departure from tho blanket sheet
system of Journalism which simply enrich
ci paper Maker und defrauds business
men of time which they might profitably
devote to trade.
GEN. GRANT HEARD FROM.
HE ACCEPTS THE INVITATION OF OUIl CITI ZENS
AND COUNCIL AND WILL AUIUVK ON
THE 16TH INST.
At a meeting of tho committee of fifteen
appointed at tho citizens' meeting on Fri
day night, held yesterday afternoon.the fol
lowing telegrams from Gen. Grant were
ViCKsui ito, April 12th.
Han. N. B. Tulatlewood and Col. 8. 8. Taylor:
I accept with pleasure invitation
of citizens ami corporation to
visit Cairo. Will arrive there
from Little Rock fifteenth or sixteenth, aud
remain over night. Wiil telegraph exact
day from Little Rock. (Signed.
U.S. Gil ANT.
ViCKsiicRii, April 12.
Hon. N. 11. ThlMlewnod, Mor:
Will remain in Cairo niilit of sixteenth.
I Signed. " U.S.Okant.
It .was resolved to invite Governor Cul
lom and the state officials ; also the neigh
boring cities and towns to participate in tho
reception. A committee of arrangements
was appointed, consisting of Col. S. S. Tav
lor, Col. J. S. Reardon, Col. John Wood,
Mr. Geo. Fisher and Mayor Thistlewood.
As a finance committee to solicit subscrip
tions, the following were named:
Mr. It. II. Cunningham, Mr. Wood Rit
tenhouse. Mr. W. M. Murphy, Mr. B. F.
Blake, Mr. W. McHale, Mr. Jno. A. Reeve.
Upon motion, Col. Rearden was requested
to go to Little Rock, us a representative
of the committee to confer with Gen. Grant
as to time of his arrival, length of his stay,
etc. On motion adjourned until 11a. m.,
Judge Mulkey is at Hot Springs.
Mrs. Dr. Edwards, of Union county, is
visiting in town.
Mrs. Wallace and family are visiting
hf Centra! ia.
Rev. E. Kuuppe, pastor of the German
Lutheran church, is absent from the city.
Mr. C. R.Woodward left for Cleveland
Ohio, yesterday afternoon, where lie will
remain for several w eeks.
Mr. C. Danny s little son, we regret to
hear, is ill w ith the prevailing disease
scarlet fever or an ailment similar to it.
('apt. Jim Johnson can't say "quarter"
like the Jew in Phomix" did. but will
give a "hal-lcP u dollar to any man who
Mr. II. II. Miiburn will leave to-morrow
or next day for a short visit to N"w
Orleans, in company with Mr. J. II. Ken
uedy. The two little daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Breihan, who have been very
dangerously ill with scarlet fever, are giad
Hon. John H. Oberly delivered his
lecture, entitled "Odd Fellowship" in Al
ton the other day and the Alton Democrat
comments on it in very flattering terms.
Rev. Geyrge will attend the meeting of
the Pre.sbvterv. at C'arbondale to-dav and
will bo absent until its adjournment. He j because it equalizes the circulation of th
will it return iu time to conduct the Wed-j blood, renders the skft supple, soft and
nesday evening prayer meeting. j moist, promotes free perspiration, telieves
Although the event occurred on the I the Isidy ot a thick layer of obstructive
21st ult., it will still be news to our read- j S(:Urf M1'd oleaginous deposit, thereby giv
ers to learn that at the residence of the I '"g an increased impetus to absorption and
Hon. II. J. Fisher, in Carondelet, Mo., Mr. H.'crction, while the electricity is imparting
Charles Fisher and Miss Callie Coons were bme d removing obstruction from the
united in the holy bonds of wedlock. Miss
Callie was formerly a resident of this city,
and has many friends and admirers here.
Miss Lucia Kimball, w ho will address
the temperance club Tuesday evening
speaks on the license question ; presenting
the subject in an entirely new light, say
those who have listened to her. She is a
well educated lady of attractive personal
presence, and takes immensely wherever
Miss Kate Thompson, who spent part
of her vacation vi.-iting Mrs. Dr. Wardiier,
of Anna, returned in season to resume her
excellent management of the Thirteenth j
slreet grammar school. Wc believe the
other teachers-remained in the city during
the week, with the exception of a day's
pic-nicingiit Fort Jefferson.
Mr. E. Higginbothain, of Leadville. is
m the city visiting relatives. lie is re
puted a wealthy gentleman; nresidenl of
an extensive mining company and tin
owner of quite, a large tract of rich mineral
land. He has with him specimens of the
mineral of one of the mines he represents
and may endeavor to dispose of some of
the stock in this city.
Mr. Easterday h is been elected leader
or superintendent of the temperance army,
as successor of Mr. Alden. There are ten
or a dozen vice presidents (ninny of them
being ladies) whose names wc were unable
lo learn. This association is not as many
suppose, a Sunday school; it is non-sectarian,
so that people of any faith, all
faiths or no faith, may conscientiously par
ticipate. It is divided into companies,
running from A. to L., and the hour of
meeting being 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon,
it does not interfere with the various Sab
bath schools in the city.
A Dkmocuat Cimied. A leading Demo
crat of Burlington, Mr. E. M. Stutton,
speaks in the highest tertfis of tho curat ivo
power of the celebrated Kidney-Wort. It
tlrst cured him ot a distressing kidney dis -
ease, and he now uses it whenever he has
anv symptoms of biliousness or needs ion
ing up. It acts elllciently on tho bowels,
nnd cures tie; worst casc9 ot piles.
The high old palmy days that wcuscd
to know, whon police uews was plentiful,
have taken boots to themselves and huvo
leisurely sauntered off without our permis
sion. Yesterday was unusually dull. Tho
ancient dames who paint und powder them
selves to look young, were all
quiet in their nests, and
although our officers went through the usu
al leg-stretching process, they failed to en
counter the usual number of offenders of
the law either male or famalo. Officers
Lally and Schuckers found three or four
rousters who had indulged In some
thing a little stronger than that
which our city pump affords, und for hav
ing exercised this liberty nnd for being a
set of jolly, roystcring, rollicking, merry
making blades, they were incarcerated and
will appear before one of our justices this
morning for trial with short hiccups and
hues upon their noses,
Five boys were yesterday arrested for
fighting. Several of them had knives and
were about to use them upon their com
panions when the officers came upon them
and arrested them. With due scremoy they
were taken in the practice of Justic Com
ings who, being very idle, received then
with a very busy air, and
darkly frowned upon them as some tall
chimney, while the youngsters looked as
pale as though they had slept under the
ground from their infancy. But as tho
case proceeded the Squire pussed his hand
over his bald head (which makes a man
look wise, although the only wise thing in
his head may be a tooth) and calling up a
charitable look pronounced the loys "not
Throckmorton, the colored man who
does business on Commercial avenue, ap
peared before Squire Osborn yesterday in
answer to a wurrunt sworn out against him.
He Wiis charged with conducting a second
hand store without license. Mr. I). T. Lin
egar appeared as his counsel and had the
suit dismissed on an insufficiency of the
A gentleman to whose name we do
not choose to give publicity took aboard
too much "drink" Sunday night and mean
dering down town soon "fell in'f with a
railroad man. who relieved him of hit
watch and money, and then made himself
scarce. Whether or not these articles of
value will be recovered is yet a matter of
Attend the lecture at Temperance bail
to-night, under the auspices of the W. C.
T. U., by Miss Kimball, who is one of the
most pleasing lecturers among all the tetn
erunce lecturers in the field.
ELECTRO VAPOR BATH.
Have you ever taken an eh-ctio-vapor
bath? If not, let us suggest to you the experiment-
-Take onk. Apart from iti
cleanly properties, its moral virtues, and its
salutary effects, it has a strong inducement
from the personal comfort it affords.
That this bath is conducive to health U
the universal expression of medical men;
nervous system. The effect of an electro
vapor bath is highly delightful. The sen
Rations during the process are enjoyable,
and afterwards no less so. The flexibility
of the joints, the freedom of respiration,
the improved tone of nervous feeling, in
mind and body, intellect brighter, every
faculty livlier memory, thought und idea
ut command after the bath are notorious
to its patrons.
But the great value of these baths is ob
served in their use for remedial purposes.
They allay all pain. They act beneficially
on tlie kidneys and urinary organs; give
lone to the stomach, liver, nnd bowels, im
parting new life to each --are unquestion
ably the best remedy known for rheumatic,
neuralgic and catarrhal affections.
These baths are administered daily by
Dr. Marcan at his ollice, No. 140 Commer
cial avenue. (Over Black's shoe store.)
Cairo, Ills. Ladies and gentlemen are re
Bpecttully invited to call and see the appa
ratus, which is a model of neatness and
perfection, learn terms, etc. A lady attend
ant always in readiness to wait on lady
AT T U E I'LANTF.HS HOOK.
T.J. Taylor, Metropolis; Chas. Smith,
Metropolis; A. T. Grist, Puducah; Mrs. C.
Hilom and family, New Albany, Ind.; J.
Coll'man, Dayton, ).; W. C. Hilker, St.
Louis; G. rioyt, New York; H. C. Brough
en. St. Louis; C. A. Douds, Pittsburg, Pa.;
J. H. Dippold, Pittsburg, Pa.; R. P. Cox.
Cincinnati; Alex. Block, St. Louis; D. C.
Durham, Grenada, Miss.; L. B. Sweet.
South Oak, Ky.; C. D. Cook,
South Oak, Ky.; F. H. Eaton, Memphis;
J. II. Parsons, St. Louis; T. J. Keep, St.
Louis; T. B. Weldon. Centralis B. F. Ma
son, Olmsted; John F. Wilson, Cincinnati;
F. W. Brown, Chicago; Alex Hepturne
Vinceunes; ('lias. Mullen, City; H. Black,
Cincinnati; J. J. Noovcll, Carmi: C. F.
Iunman, Paducah; E. S. Randall, Lexing
ton, Mo.; J. P. Wurd, Popular Bluff; Miss
Kdmoru Kidd. Puducah: S. N Weil. Cin-
l cinnati; R, G. Moulder, St. Louis; T. C.
Allen. Nashville, Tenn; M. T. Smith, Rich-
Monti, Ind.; A. Vasmer, Cincinnati: Ihos.
Boyd, Plnckiieyville; Ills.; Thus. White
San Francisco, Co.