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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1880.
AU. ADVKUTISKMKSTS In Ula column. o
g 1 1 ch orliwi!l b publiahvd forlft
saaiaaofl mwrtloo: II tlmn. !tf cent; 1 week, 1WU;
Btft. I.5u; 3 month without change, $t.lW per
Kick additional line, prorata. Blluatlona
A tnod twiU''keopi'r. olio who understand hon'O-ktt-piaeand
tendinis children, German preferred.
Apjryat thl otfleo tot further Information, iter
A one atory. S roomed coiiase. root neariy m-,
ttofror all od. Can he removed with little
mm. Heaaon for wiling ant the lot for othor
mil. t No. Hi Tenth, near WashitiH-
Furmtahed room with board for gentleman and
tfetfrtwo ladle. Enquire at tula ufnee.
He or two pleasant funnelled room?, on second
low, wife or without hoard. Inquire corner of
kiBf;U Atenae and Twentieth Ktreet, opposite
U. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
CBc.a 110 Ci, jmercial avenue. Residence corner
jfeirU'enth St. and WaeuluBtou avenue, Cairo.
U. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omca No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Evghifc and Ninth Street
W. C. JOCELYN,
OPt'lCE KiRhth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OrTIOK:-WitU the Widows' and Oorpnans' Mu
si Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Speoialtv.
C) 1' FICK:
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
YOCUM & BRODERIUK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CjLIUQ,. - - ILLS.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. p. HALLIDAY, Prenld.'M.
U. L. HALLIDAY. Vlci-Prealdettl.
fHO.S. W. HALLIDAY, Cn-hiur.
UT 1TTATUR, W. P. HAM. IDA V,
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Rtclutisre, Coin and United States Honda
liUl'OHT AND HOLD.
Bin.itrc!ived and a general bunking bnalnona
ALL. .SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Mioulariurcr of and Doalvr aho
TIX, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
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Cairo, 111.. April 14. 18S0 (
Time. Bar. Ther. Uum. Wind. Vel Weather,
o a m Kl.flT
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10 " 23.97
8p.m., at. HO
Maximum Temperature. ;:; Minimum Tern
pemture. tli' ; Rainfall 0 00 Incha.
River J feet 5 luche. Fall 1 foot lncho.
W. II. RAY,
Serg't Slunal Corpa. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
The "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Jacob Kline desires the public to know
that he 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. Order will receive prompt
atteution, and be filled without delay.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, all 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,niountcd
on shafts and frames; sixty feet ofi inch
line shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factory.
The "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Mr. Chas. Shoeunvcyer, proprietor of the
Gerruaiiia house, situated at the junction
of Poplar and Tenth streets and ash-
intgon avenue, is prepared to
uecommodate a few more day
boarders at reasonable rates. The
table is first class, containing always the
best the season affords, and the general ac
commodations afforded are nM surpassed
i" by any private boarding house in tip city.
Foil Sale For cash, a new two-hundred
dollar Mendelssohn piano, for $123,
and 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 the 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 &, Slielton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special tonus on applica
tion. Call at Mrs. Stites', Seventh strecj.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD CO.
-TO THE PUBLIC.
CiiiCAiio, March 31st. 1880.
On April 1st, 1880, tho Illinois Centn.l
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
the line. Respectfully,
W. P. Johnson, Gen. Pass. Agt.
FOR THE RECEPTION.
A full line of goods especially adapted
for receptions and parties. Prince Albert
coats, white vests, fino white ties, white
kid gloves, etc. etc., just received.
ATTI1E PLANTERS' HOUSE.
W. F. Johnson, Vincenncs, Iml.; Wm.
Spooner, Ceiitralia; Martin B. Smith, City;
II. Jolf, N. Y.; James Douglus, Wabash,
Ind.; Edward Dunn, Indiauopolis; F. L.
Powers, St. Louis; L. II. Moore, Paducah;
Geo. II. Taylor, Cincinnati; James F. Cou
ncil, Marion; N. C. Abbott, Lincoln, Neb.;
S. B. Wcldon, Centralia; Jas. Purkiuson,
Centmllu; W. Hawk, Uilin; Mrs. McCallen,
Dexter, Mo.; Chun. Suttle, Philadelphia;
L. M. John, St. Louis; S. E. Harvey, St.
Louis; S. Young, Ft. Louis; W. G. Bron
son, St. Louis; E. C. Broimoti, St, Louis; J.
W. Keeu. St. Louis; C. II. L"e, Charleston,
Mo.) F. A. Brymt, Charleston, Mo.
GENEARL LOCAL NEWS.
Whito neck ties, latest styles, for tho
reception, large stocks ut A. Marx.
All those having claims against the
city may obtain their pay to-day by calling
upon our genial and popular city clerk.
Prince Albert coats at Marx's, just tho
the thing for parties and receptions.
"The man with tho skating park on his
head," as ho has been termed iu other
words, Hon. John II. Oberly will arrive iu
tho city to-day.
John Clancy has written a rcceipe for
tho restoration of hair which is puzzling
the cranium of our worthy city clerk, Foley
at least so "they say."
Reception, white kid gloves, a largo
stock just received by A. Marx.
Tho Democratic congressional com
mittee for the Eighteenth district, will
meet in this city to-day in room No. 2,
Herbert's hotel, at 3 p. m.
The various fire companies and secret
societies yesterday held special meetings to
consider the invitation to participate in the
reception of General Grant.
A pavement composed of Mr. Klein's
cement stone has just been laid down iu
tront of the Couit House notel and makes
an imposing appearance.
White vests for receptions and parties,
finest quality and latest styles at A. Marx.
The charter of the Cairo Builders' and
Loan Association was yesterday recorded
by our circuit clerk. One million dollars
is the capital stock ot the association.
The "Faultless" is a pure Havana filler
manufactured especially for the Cairo trade
and is the best fire cent cigar in the mar
ket. Sold wholesale and retail by F. Kors
meyer, Ohio levee, coiner Sixth street.
The colored people of this city, as they
say, "don't lias to work" fkrrKg General
Grant's stay here. Monty will be no
inducement to them to go to work, while,
through idleness, they may be afforded an
opportunity to see the general.
We received yesterday the first num
ber of the Cape Girardeau Tri-Weekly
Courier, which is well printed, well edited
and, as the advertisements abundantly tes
tify, well supported by the business men of
Jackson Stokes, a son of Ham, and by
no means the most amiable of creatures,
was yesterday brought before Squire Os
born charged with having abused a fellow
citizen. The flue assessed was the usual
amount, rive dollars and costs.
We have it from City Clerk Foley that
the residence of Mr. D,micl Hogan, at
Mound City, was burglarized the other
day, the burglars procuring a small amount
of money, a valuable watch and a lew ar
ticles of minor value. No clue to the ras
ed has yet been obtained.
The appointment of Mr. Sam'l Orr to
the position of health officer gives the best
of satisfaction. He is an active gentleman
of sound sense, who has studied the sani
tary condition of the city and our people
may rest assured that whatever he may un
dertake to do will be accomplished in an
Died, yesterday, at 1 :30 p. m., at the
residence of Mr. Jno. Euglish, on Fifth
street, Mrs. Julia Kelley, widow of Christo
pher Kelley. Funeral services will be held
in St. Patrick's church, at 2:15 p.m., to-day,
after which the remains will be placed
on a special train, at the foot of Eighth
street, and conveyed to Villa Ridge for in
terment. Friends and acquaintances are
The fact that Messrs. Halliday and
Woodward have complied with the request
of numerous citizens, has not only given
great satisfaction to the petitioners, but is
also pleasing to the majority of the voters
of their respective wards, who were not
among the petitioners. They are both men
of sterling worth, whose presence in the
council is a sufficient assurance to the peo
ple that the interests of the city will bo
Mr. Birdie Hogan was yesterday
brought forward by an officer of tho law
to answer a chargj preferred by the officer.
Birdie is a gentleman of color and was
caught in the act of throwing pieces of
wood and rock into the box factory. Be
ing a generally troublesome and mishiev
ous young man, and this being tke second
offense, Squire Osbom fined him ton dol
lars and costs, and on a failure to pny the
same sent him to jail for sixteen days.
The ball to be given at tho St. Charles
Hotel, during the presence of General Grant
iu this city, will unquestionably be a very
brilliant ullair. The gentlemen upon whoso
hands it has fallen to make the necessary
arrangements, are thoroughly alive to the
occasion and have secured the services of
the best string band St. Louis affords. Five
hundred invitations have been sent out in
this city and quite a number have been
sent abroad. The hall will be appropriately
decorated ami made generally attractive.
Mr. G'jorgo S. Fisher, the ex-president
of the Reform clulb did noble work for
that organization during tho time'lic occu
pied the presidential chair. At the time he
was elected to the ofllce the club was one
hundred and sixty dollars in debt, mid, not
withstanding that the current monthly ex
penses were fifty-live dollars, tho club was
free from debt and had a balance in the
i treasury when his term of ofllce expired.
This, in these times when people urc al
most doged to death for money, exhibits a
management which is "hard to beat."
Senator Logan's coal inlno at Mur
physboro claims his undivided attention.
Friends of the Senator aro anxious to kuow
what the trouble with that mlno is. Does
it wabble? Has it tho glanders, or is it
spavined, or has it the heaves? Perhaps it
lacks a little stiffening, or a backbone, or
something that wi". mako it "go struight."
Tho coal mine, it is clear, is not sound on
the main question. It noeds a ramrod
down its back, and a little bracing around
the kuees, and sonic hot stuff in its capaci
ous maw, In other and clearer words the
Republican party in southern Illinois needs
looking after just now henco his presence
For some time past embroidery, dress
goods, etc., have mysteriously disappeared
from the dry goods house of Mr. Stuart.
Constable Shcehan was notified of this fact
and ho at once commenced working up the
case and met with his usual success. A
colored woman named Maliuda Crenshaw,
who was suspected, was yesterday arrested
by him and taken before Squire Robinson
for trial; was found guilty and held in bond
of one hundred dollars, and not being able
to give the necessaty bond was locked up
in the county jail for safe keeping until the
circuit court convenes. A woman named
Ella Davis-was also given a hearing on the
subject and it being found that she wa
implicated, she turned states evidence and
was accordingly dealt with.
Mr. Grim, of Des Moines, Iowa, as we
learn from au exchange published iu that
vicinity, deliberately "charged his wite
with having earnestly prayed that he might
be struck by lightning." This is a shock
ing thing, iu whatever light it may be re
garded. As a flash of wit it meddles too
much with the family circle. As a sugges
tion to Providence it is too pointed arid
ironical. No Christian woman could have
the hardihood to thus invoke Grim death
on her own household. The lightning's
stroke would be too severe n play on eveu
the name of Grim. It would be a display
ad capitaudum for which no reponaiblc
party would undertake to pay unless she
should first get her husband's life insured,
in which case it might be a stroke of policy.
It has been definitely ascertained that
General Grant and party will arrive by
special train over the Iron Mountain Rail
way, at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. A full
programme will be published to-morrow
mrirning. Col. .1. S. Reardon and Mr. Geo.
Fisher left the city for Little Rock yesterday
afternoon to confer with the general and tu
endeavor to have him remain over Satur
day. Senator Logan has been invited aud
will be here. The military companies at
Anna and Nashville have signified their in
tention to be present. There will be a ball
and supper at the St. Charles hotel
iu the evening, a fine string band from
St. Louis having been engaged for the occa
sion. It is desired that the different socie
ties that have been invited to participate in
the procession advise the secretary as early
this morning as possible, of their action in
the matter, that proper positions may be as
signed them by the grand marshal.
The election for five aldermen and one
police magistrate takes place five days from
to-day, and, although the coming election
is attracting the attention of some of our
citizens it is overshadowed, just now, by
the prospect of General Grant's visit. Mr.
Woodward is n candidate from the Second
ward; Mr. Blake from the Third ward;
Mr. Swoboda from the Fourth ward, and
Mr. Halliday from the Fifth ward. These
gentlemen havj as yet no opponents for the
place of honor for which they have been
solicited to announce themselves, and it is
probable that but few of them will have
any opposition, since they are all excellent
and worty gentlemen. For the office of
police magistrate we have two candidates,
Mr. George E. Olmsted and Squire Com
ings. These gentlemen are both old resi
dents of the city, well known to the voters,
and of the two, the latter is mt.king the
greatestellbrttosecuretheoilice. It would be
injustice and unfair to accuse him of posses
sing too much sound sense or two greut a
desire to punish criminals for, as is known
to all respectable voters, he is guilty ot
neither. He is a man whose good sense
never permits him to incur the displeasure
of any violator of the law who has u vote to
give, and, possessing these excellent quali
ties iu an eminent degree, he will be elected
unless every lover of good order makes
it his special business as it is his duty to
deposit a ballot against him on the 2l)th.
IS IT RIGHT?
Will you be so kind (I know you will) as
to impart to me a little desirablo informa
tion on a delicate .subject? It was
Saturday evening tho evening the
"Pho'iiix" was played in tho Athencum
that wo girls discussed, among other things,
the propriety of a girl's sitting on tho lap
of n handsomo young man. Now, do you
think it right for a girl to sit on a young
man's lap even if bIic is engaged to him?
I don't, ond I've bet tho girls something
nice that you agtso with me. Amelia,
(Wo are the editor of a religious journal;
still hundsome, although somewhat aged
ami possess the ability of throwing light
upon any other subject beneath the sun, but
tho one referred to. Haying hud no experi
ence in tho matter referred to our fair
questioner must content herself with our
profound and respectful silence upon tho
Dr. Carter, of Mound City, was In town
Mr. M. B. Ilarrell, who has been ill
for severul days, will bo able to resume his
duties again to-day.
Mr, Oberly and his daughters, Edith
and Gertrude, will arrive iu Cairo by the
I. C. R. It. train this afternoon to attend the
Mr. II. II. Milburn, accompanied by his
wife aud Mrs. C. R. Kyle, left the city yes
terday afternoon for a short visit to Mo
bilo aud New Orleans.
Mr. Dave Barry, the popular Fourth
ward shoemaker, has donated a Hue pair ot
boots to the Catholic fair, uow in progress
in the Hirbernian engine house.
Mr. John Ilagey's leg is. gradually,
though slowly undergoing a change for the
better aud siace he has passed through avery
trying ordeal, this is a very gratifying to
It is asserted that Capt. Wright will
not consent fo stand for re-election to the
city council. If this is true and we hope
it is not our council will be minus one of
our oldest ami ablest members.
Rt. Rev. Bishop Seymour, of Spring
field, will be in Villa Ridge this evening
and in Cairo to-morrow evening. During
his stay he will be the guest of Mr. Bonnar,
(rector of the Church of the Redeemer.
THE GAUCHER RECEPTION.
A DISPLAY OF IIKAITY AND MAIiNIFICENC E
NEVER IIEKollE RECALLED IN CAIKO.
A (ilt.VPHIC DESCHUTION OF THE WENK AS
WITNESSED liY A ltll.I.ETIN REP
RESENTATIVE. The reception of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Galigher, at the parental mansion lastniu'ht
may be regarded, not only as the greatest
event of th social season, but one of the
most elegant affairs of the kind that ban
ever taken place iu Cairo. It brought to
gether a distinguished party, in whose per
sonnel were reflected all the biilliaut char
acteristics that mark the product of eleva
ted social culture. It was in every respect
worthy of the home in w hich it took place
as it was eminently fit to give emphasis to
the grandeur of the surroundings, to the
elaborateness of the display and 'more
thau all to the liberality of spirit which
characterized it. The Galigher mansion is
an honor to the suburban life of Cairo. In
its general aspect, both iuside nnd out, it
combines nil that abundant wculth and an
exalted taste, stimulated by the proper de
gree of enterprise could suggest or procure.
It is the model home in its internal ar
rangements. The most conciliate skill,
and substantial workmanship are every
where displayed. Hundreds of gas jets
flashed brilliancy upon its grandeur last
night and fell upon a scene of magnificence
rarely to be witnessed ariywhcjc. .Mrs.
Galigher, attired in nn elegant dress of
black satin and velvet, diamond jewelry,
assisted by Mrs. Frank Galligher, in white
satin with point lace trimming
aud diamond ornaments, received the
guests and dispensed the graces of hospi
tality in right royal style. Frank himself
the mere boy of a few years ago, mprged
iuto the vigor of full grown manhood face
to face with all the rwitlities of married life,
was everywhere, with a big heart, full
of life ami (lowing over with
good nature and kind solicitude.
The guests were very numerous, filling
the grand parlors and nearly all the apart
ments on the first tl or. About nine o'clock
or u little after they begau to move to the
sound of music, and from that on until a
late hour this morning pleasure und good
cheer (lowed steadily on. The toilettes
were displayed in great variety and with a
degree of exquisite taste that
suggested much care ond ex
pense in their selection. In fact
the display on both sides might be taken
as a fair reflex of society's best in Cairo,
speaking in a social sense. At midnight
the party partook of a magnificent
supper. Some beautiful (loral ornaments,
tastel'ulsy worked into a variety of hand
some designs, rested on the tables. One of
these, a horse-shoe, the favorite symbol of
good luck, attracted general attention.
After the supper, dancing was resumed and
kept up until the general dispersion took
After extending to Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank
Galigher and the other members of the
family an expression of gratitude and good
will, the party drove to their homes in car
riages. The following wers among those
who were noticed by the reporter:
Judge Green and lady, Judge Baker nnd
lady, Captain R. W. Dugan, Captain Tom
Shields, Arnold Lippet nnd lady, William
Stratton, C. W. Henderson, Doctor W.R.
Smilh. A. Maekio and lady, John MacKie
and lady, Nick Hacker and lady, Henry
L. Halliday and lady, Tom Halliday, Tom
Winter and lady, Captain Irvin Dugan, B.
F. Blake, Captain Jim Johnson, Herbert
Spaulding and lady, Woo l Rittenhouse,
Charles More, It. II. Cnndee nnd lady,
William Winter and lady, George Chellat
nnd lady, Colonel John Wood and lady,
George Letup and lady, Sam Walters and
lady, Rev. Mr. Bonnnr and lady, Oscar
Haj'thorn and lady, J. B. Reed and lady,
S. P. Bennett nnd lady, William P. Pitcher
nnd laily, M. F. Gilbert and lady, W. B.
Gilbert and lady, C. W. Bradly nnd lady,
Mrs. W. P. Halliday, Mrs. Doctor Ward
ner, Mrs. George Corliss, Miss Fannie Bar
clay, Miss Fannin Hinckle, M'ihs Annio
Riley, Miss Mollio Webb, Miss Fannie
Pitcher, Miss Lancaster, Will Bobbins and
lady, Doctor Dunning nnd lady,
Miss Ella Armstrong, Miss Fnnnic
Pitcher, Miss Luella Frazier, Miss Nettie
Schutter, Miss Ilattie McKee, Mr. Charles
Thrupp, Miss Jessio Pliillis, Mrs. P. A.
Taylor, Mrs. Alvord, Mrs. MCullagh, Miss
Daisy Robbins, Miss Ella Robbins, Miss
Carrie Kinibell, Miss Musa Green, Mr.
Robertson and lady, J. M. Lansden and
lady, Mrs. Powell of St. Louis, Mrs. W. D.
Terry of Zanesville, Ohio, Miss Mollio Ri
ley and Miss Car Stratton, tho Misses
Mackie, Mrs. George Fisher, Will Wright
THE GREAT ELECTRIC LIGHT.
W. W. Cole, the well-known showman,
lias introduced this wonderful invention to
the public, aud now uses it to illuminate
the vast tents of his famous show, and it
will be on exhibition both afternoon and
evening during the sojourn of his mammoth
circus and menagerie in Cuiro, May 1st.
This marvelous invention bids fair to event
ually supersedo all other modes of illumi
nation, and the fact that it is to be presen
ted to the public view in a thorough and
practical manner, will prove gratifying to
the thousands of visitors who daily witness
his great show. A thirty-horse engine is
required to furnish the electric current, and
seven huge chambers are used, which pro.
duee a luminous, luxuriunt light, in com
parison with which ull other illuminations
are but gloomy and shameful shadows,
while this wondrous agency diffuses a halo
of light more than equal to UO.OUO gas jets,
and under its sunlike rays every object be
comes as distinct as though it were mid
day. Aside from this phenomenal feature,
Mr. Cle promises more new and novel at
tractions than any three shows that travel.
There are those mighty giants, Capt. Bates
and wife, who reach the enormous height of
eight feet; a troupe of six trained stallions,
which have been educated to a wonderful
degree of excellence; a performing Spanish
bull, the first ever on exhibition; a den of
ferocious performing lions and tigers, and
rue wild animals from nearly every zone on
the face of the wide world, while the press
throughout the land pronounces his circus
the best one in existence. Over a million
dollars are invested, and all its beauties are
made doubly beautiful by the great electric
REMARKABLE TONTINES. NOT ES
TI MATES BUT THE TRUE RE
SULTS. In the year 103 the Equitable Life As
surance society, of NeCl'oik, iutroducediits
Tntinc system of assurance. The com
pany at the beginning predicted remark
able results, based on careful estimates.
Settlements are now being made with the
holders of Tontine Hlicies in Cairo, that
are terminating, which show that the actual
returns more than bear out the estimates.
Policy No. r2,'J:Jo, issued April 21st, lSTu
on life of Geo. I). Williamson. Life policy
Annual premium 149 78
Total premium, ten years 1,4!)T NO
T!i ; holder of this policy may terminate
it on April 21st l&so and receive in cash
Having been insured Lr ten years for
the full amount of his policy, namely,
Or he may continue his policy and re
ceive an annual reduction of premium
which, when his premium for l?yl becomes
payable will amount to $137 74, leaving only
$34 04 of premium to lie paid; a reduction
of $117 74, 7(J per cent. Or he may con
tinue his policy and receive the uccumlated
surplus in cash $t!77 SO, and in addition
annual dividends beginning with his pre
mium of 1881, dividend of 1,881, f !9 87.
Or he may terminate his original policy
and receive a full paid up policy for $'.07o.
Example No. 2, policy.
ELECTRO VAPOR BATH.
Hive you ever taken an clectio-vapi-r
bath? If not, let us suggest to jnu the ex
periment -Take one. Apart from its
cleanly properties, its moral virtues, and its
salutary effects, it hiisn strong inducement
from the personal comfort it affords.
That this bath is conducive to health is
the universal expression of medical men;
because it equalizes the circulation of the
blood, renders the skin supple, soft and
moist, promotes free perspiration, relieves
the body ot a thick layer of obstructive
scurf and oleaginous deposit, thereby giv
ing an increased impetus to absorption and
secretion, while the electricity is imparting
tone and removing obstructions from the
nervous system. The effe:t of on electro
vapor bath is highly delightful. The sen
sations during the process are enjoyable,
and uftcrwards no less so. The flexibility
of tho joints, the freedom of respiration,
the improved tone of nervous feeling, ut
mind and body, intellect brighter, every
faculty livlier memory, thought and ideas
at command after the bath are notorious
to iu patrons.
But the groat value of theso baths is ob
served iu their uso for remedial purposes.
They allay all pain. They act beneficially
on the kidneys and urinary organs; give
tone to tho stomach, liver, and bowels, im
parting new life to each aro unquestion
ably the best remedy known for rheumatic,
neuralgic ami catarrhal affections.
These baths arc administered daily by
Dr. Marean at his ofiico, No. 140 Commer
cial oveuue. (Over Black's shoe store,)
Cairo, Ills. Ladies nnd gentlemen nro rc
spectlully invited to call and seo the appa
ratus, which is a model of neatness aud
perfection, learn terms, etc. A lady attend
ant always in readiness to wait on lady