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THE DAILY CAIRO
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UNOl. AS SKCONrVCI.ASS MATTKIl.
. rviflAL PAI'BK OF CITY AND COUNTY.
T A BK II B ROT H K US
i 1 'TABBH BRO'S Manufacturing Jeweler,
V "0. lid Commercial ave., Cuiro, 111.
LOCAL WEATHER ltKI'OKT.
Cmo, 111., Nov.tf.OltttO (
Ther, Horn. Wind. Vel Weather.
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f av7talmnm Temperature. StiO; UI
' -'rtur t' : lUinfull im Inchen.
1.) fcol 0 inchm. Kail, S In
W. H. KAY.
Serg"l Signal Corp. U. 8. A.
iJSSrECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
j r'WVolirrn In column. 9v centu per llu, ech
C? Make a Note of it.
IvWflic best assorted stock of Cooking and
eating Stoves, Tiuwarc, Harlware, Hoi-
. . . . .
tw warp, uiitcry, etc., etc., can ue i-mnci
f A. Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue
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The "Champion Jlonitor is the best
I ' store in the market tor either wood or
wal. fan oe i.au only at A. naiiey s, 1 15
4 , viii Liinitv 1 1 r.iruwi 1
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am.ux ' "
pm'c iu men u.'.n.
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pj Forty Westminster base-burner in use
tJf the city and all give perfect satisfaction.
h?Id only by A. Halley, H i Commercial
ae K. Koch ler.
? I For tLe tiuest roasts, the iuciest steaks,
bae tenderet chops, the most delicious
Vfoitlets, the best sausages, you must go to
?, fed Kochler s sample room on bighth
pireet, where the very cream of the market is
I' , (wavs to be fouud.
IUOvuk 15..0,000 Howe scitles sold. Uor-
Hll'n, Selleck &. Co., aientH, St. Ikjius, Mo.
I k iiw P.itliti til Viulimn
i BtlMr. Joseph steai'aia uas iskcii ikisscssioii
'mi tua buildini: formerly occupied I v Air.
;a an 'I Hartmau, on the cornet of Sixth
sv";et and Commercial avenue, aud has
pitabltshed therein a billiard saloon aud
f L(staurant. He has repaired the building
toternally, making changes m the arrange-
ent to accommodate his views and furn
vflied it with every comfort that could be
1 fished lor in a nrst class establishment.
be has spairod no pains to make his place
vac ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
Hid invites all to come anil sec him.
in Oysters! Oysters!
Kresh Mobile ovsters will be kent in
y ilk through the season, constant y in
iii ' .
"wk, and our numerous customers will be
f'pplicd in quantities to suit, by the .jozen,
"indred or thousand. Also fresh Ualtimore
"stem in cans, boat quality and all grades
ciose nKurcs. nenu your orders 10 me
ter and Fish Depot, Ohio levee, corner
ghtb street. Robkht Hkwktt, Agent
tdM'mc Floyd Iihu mmnvml tr Walnut
Wreet between Twelfth and Thirteenth I
evcets. Pupils received in the day-school
ti instruction given in special studies. Such
woos as are employed during the day and
C(ire lessons in Latin, Book-keeping and
(t hematics, will be taught at night by
Wot. Floyd, who la assisting Madame
in Frcnh Oysters,
WISUKKSOLDKKLMULB OTSTBU DKJ'OT.
aifUe undersigned would resoectfullv in
U rn the citizens of Cairo that we are now
tlteivinsr dailv. and thn nnlv nnrtiii in
Sfairo. direct from Ilalti.no tn-sh ovatom l.v
7 can and from the mmntifv wp tw rn.
(Wing and selling daily we are enabled to
Yyiemior ren anu twenty cents per can
Aiiftmi my other house in the citv.
bice Standard, full cans, 40 cents;
uce Selects, full cans, CO cents. For sale
L-Wint!ir .iKroCfiIT:i ?. J?iBhth
Wei can always rely upon getting tkem.
H. WtwTKR & Co.
k'ob KKHT-Furnished room, with or
H-nout board. Second door west of Wash-
: toe, 011 Scveath street
Mus. U.K. Ai.dkn.
P Buckleo'H Arukit Salve.
r(u best salve la the world fur outs,
-JIma, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
zjt, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
jji-anteed to give perfect satisfaction in
-jrycaseor Bioney refunded. Price, S3
its per box. For sale by Oro. E. O'Huia
DAS HAItTMAti'ti CKOt'KKUY BTOHE.
I am about completina tho opening of
(ho largest and handsomest assortment of
Tovs and Holiday Uoois ever ocioro
brought to Cairo, and as I bought niy
goods direct from tho manulacturcrs at tlitf
lowest cash prices, it enables me to oner
poods very low. rartics win uo wen 10
call and examine my lurjrc stock, consist
inj of Toys of every description, all kinds
of Dolls, a fine assortment of Bohemian
Glassware, a large aud handsome line of
Silverware. Bronze Lamps anil Chandeliers,
French. China and Decorated Dinner and
Tea Sets, handsome Decorated Chamber
Sets and many other new and useful goods
I would be nleased to have everyone call
and examine mv lame and well selected
stock. I return thanks to all mv old
customers for pat patronage.
PAN I. 11 ARTMAN
On Thunday evening, November 2!th, at
the Presbyterian church, will le erven
Thanksgiving concert by the choir, assist-
tr ed by a number of other singers. Admis
sion. 23 cents. Concert to bccni at eight
liibs, Back Bonos, Ktc
lu Quantities to supply the whole city
and country are now for sale at the packiDg
house of Hiukle, Moore & llinkle, on uom
mercial avenue low figures; also leaf and
fresh rendered lanl, salt meats, etc., at
lowest market price.
House and lot on Cross street, near
J r in-ti school. House is twostory.has G rooms
rt - r .
ttI,d hall aniis in good condition
able neiuhborhoml. I'nco fTjl)
J. Howlrv, Ileal Estate Agent
J'ivc loU on on Levee street, abov! lteeds
f1)Untlry. will be sold cheap. Title per
fect 5l j, Howi.kt, Ileal Estate Agent
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sure cure lorrneuraaiism, neuralgia. 0Y1-
pt.p! anj an aeraugements 01 trie system
iiotl rooms, 131 Commercial avenue, over
Taber's jewelry store. Terms: Single baths,
fl.OO; six baths, fj.OO. try them
W. H. MABKAif,
AT A ORKAT 8 At'lUFU'E.
Ou account of sickness of myself and in
my family, I am compelled to l'i.osk mv
BUttiaKKH, and tliereforc will sell my entire
Stock of FINK MII.UNKRY ooods at a great
sacritice. commencing to day.
I have the finest and largest as well as
the hkst hrlkctki ftToi K of goods in the
city and all mist ns hold.
JrlUS. V. JlCliANK.
OBNERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
nuucex n laeur comma, iou ruin yev hub
cu oiaertiou. uarKmi
The llalliday house is receiving the
seoonu coat ot paint.
-Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 06
Cupid is reported to be cutting cute
capers among the young lolksup town.
Silver plated knives of the best makes,
cheap at Hartmon's Crockery Store.
Rev, Bonnar will officiate at the
Church of the Redeemer to day at the j
xr i. ... i 4 en
No one has yet been appointed to nil
t,,(; cancy on the police force, occasioned
by the resignation of Pat Lally.
i.Itetween the acts" ci-arettes, whole-
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ssIe and retai1' at 1 me) cT s.
Rev. Koan will preach in the Iteform
hall this torenoon and evening. Everv-
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-".I. W. Hopkins," is the name of the
steamer which rumor has it, will shortly
enter the Cairo and Kvansville trade.
Fresh oysfers at A. T. DcBuun's, 5C
Service will be conducted in the
Presbyterian church to day, both morning
and evening Iter. George officiating.
"Iletween the acts" cigarettes, whole-
httie aaj rotail, at F. Korsmeyer's
services will be held in the Mctho
dist church this evenincr Tha uiorniucr
services, however, will be held at the usual
The regular meeting of the Cairo
Social Science association will be held
Tuesday evening, at the residence of Mr.
u 1 caoue"
Pocket and table cutlery, and sissors
ot ftl1 tne m0flt celebrated makes, cheap at
Hartm&n's Crockery Store.
-Key. Whitaker leaves for Carbondale
to morrow to attend a meeting of the min
isters of this district.
Mr. Andrew Lohr and bride, who have
been absent from the city for several weeks,
visiting St. Inils, Chicago, Milwaukee and
other cities of note, returned to Cuiro day
Fresh oysters at At. T. DcRouu's CO
We have the pleasure this morning of
again giving place to a few lines from
Linwood, which will be lound as perfect
and sublime as Is everything which falls
from the poluhed pen of that writer.
A large assortment of bronxc, glass,
library, patent and safety lamps at low
prices, at 1 1 Hitman's Crockery Store.
The Baptist church still continues the
revival services at the Hcforui hall.
There hive been up to, and including last
evening' services, twenty conversions and
eleven addition to the First Baptist i
church. Itiv. Koan and Uuss arc vvident-'
ly gettiug souls for their hire. It may not
be improper to say in this connection, that
the Revs. George and Whitaker are
heartily! cooperating in the salvation
Mrs. II. Leightoncame down from Villa
Ridge yesterday evening, Intending to stay
here a sliorbtiino with friends and relatives.
Mr. Leighton will move his family down
here as soon as lie can find a suitable home
One of tho wagons of Halliday Bros,
loaded with flour, was yesterday upset at
the corner ot Commercial avenue and
Fourth street caused by the wheels, hav
ing caught in a deep rut and an attempt of
the driver to too suddenly turn the wagon
Two switchmen on the Illinois Central
railroad met with a painful accident yester
day, some distance op the road. While
coupling cars, their hands were caught and
each had several fingers cut oil'. The name
of oue of the men is Samuel Allen, that of
the other we did not learn.
Daniel LafTcrty asks the following
pointed question of the editor of the New
York Sun: "Is it not singular that of the
three generals Hancock, Grant and Gar
fieldHancock is the only one who stained
his country's soil with his blood, and never
stained his honor with his acts."
-Our people should not fail to reaJ the
advertisement of the grand excursion to
New Orleans and Texas. It is cheap: first
class, and it is the first and perlmps the Inst
opportunity that will ever be offered them
to see the gay crescent city in the height
of it J glory with si Miiali an outlay of
The hours of service in the German
Lutheran church have lately been changed.
Novices will hereafter commence at ten
o'clock in the forenoon and Sunday school
at two o'clock in the afternoon. It should
be born in mind that English services will
be conducted in the church this evening,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Three tough characters, for having in
dulged too freely in the "spirit of tho
times." were each fined one dollar aud
osts by Judge Olmsted yesterday. Be
sides these, one Pat Thompson, charged
with having been drunk and disorderly,
was fined ten dollars tind costs, and for
non-payment was jailed for fifteen days.
The Grayviile Independent discourses
thusly on our alllictions: "Thr Caibo
Bi'M.KTiN has three or four libel suits on
hand, and its editor has been ansaulted
several times, of late, therefore Thk Bul
letin may be classed as a first-class news
paper. No newspnper amounts to much
until it has at letist hid one first-class libel
Now is the time when the man who
bets on Garfield delights his wife with a
new seal skin sacque, while the fellow who-,
staked a six-month's salary on the "superb"
sits with bowed head and informs his weep
ing partner, that the day of retrenchment
and reform has dawned, and that she'll
have to wail auother four years for that
By some stranger inadverlance, we
yesterday stated that the concert to be given
at Pl e8ly teriun church, would take
place on New Year's evening. This is
wrong. It will be given on Thanksgiving
eveuing, and will positively outshine any
concertyet given by in this city. We refer
our readers to a notice, concerning it,
which may !; found in our special local
Garfield says tliat if it had not been for
the Chinese letter he would have carried
every northern state, and we may truly add
that hail it not been for the office-holders
he wouldn't have carried any. The truth
in regard to the Chinese letter seems to be
that somebody who knew how Garfield had
voted in congress, wrote a letter expressive
of his sentiments and signed Garfield's
name to it without Garfield's consent. This
is the extent of his offending.
The cheek of some men surpasseth un
derstanding. A gentleman, of republican
convictions, who favors a convention for
the nomination of city officals, is already
parceling out the city appointments, the
only condition imposed being that they
shall support him as a candidate for the
nomination of mayor. Such bargaining as
this, and the consequent packing of repub
lican primaries will be tho means ot start
ing an overwhelmingly successful non
partisan movement in this city.
Mrs. Sopbronia Staffer, of Centralis,
died In this city yesterday forenoon, at
the residence of her father, Mr. I!. Mathews,
on Nineteenth street, between Commercial
avenue and Poplar street. 8hc was a sister
of Mr. Willis Mathews, and came here sev
eral weeks ago with the expectation that a
change of climate would tend to assist her
in the recovery of her health, but it was
evident from the Bt art that her expectations
would not be realized. The remains will
be conveyed to Ccntralia on the eleven
o'clock train to-day.
The supreme court ot Illinois consists
of seven judges who hold their offices for
nine years. Their places of meeting are
Mount Vernon, Ottaway and Springfield,
but they are authorized to hold one or more
terms each year at Chicago, at such times
as tho court may appoint, The present
judges are: Pinkney II. Walker, chief
justice; John M. Stout, Benjamin It. Shel
don, Alfred M. Craig, John Schofield and
John II. Mulkey, of this city. Four of
thesu judges are democrats; two are strong
republicans, and one is an independent.
The cold weather that has set in will
suggest to the prudent housekeeper tho iin
portaucc of a careful examination of hcatr-
ing apparatus, and stove pipe connections
Because, all went right last season, it docs
not follow that there is an absence of dan
ger this. Where there are fire-escapes,
they should be carefully kept ready for
use, and where there ore none on the prsmi
ses thnt offer no safe nit in case of fire,
they should he provided. We want a law
requiring more attention to this matter,
especially where many persons lodge or
work on one premises. A single pair ot
stairs, which may be the first thing burned
down, is unreliable, nnd other means of
escape should be provided.
On the eveuing of day before yester
day eight pair of shoes and two puir of
slippers, valued at twenty-eight dollars,
were stolen out 01 a snow case whicu was
standing in front of the !iy g'c
store of Messrs. Burger & Bio.
Yesterday afternoon a white man
entered a down-town barber shop, and dis
playing two shoes ench made for the
right foot - offered to sell thein for ten
cents. Officer Tyler, who happened to be
present, questioned the fellow as to where
he had obtained the shoes and being unable
to give a satisfactory reply, arrested him
and brought him into Judge Oimsted's
court for a heuring. lie stated to the court
that bis name was James Hogan. and that
the shoes had lcen put into his hands by a
man, who had offered him hnlf of whatever
he could obtain for them. Mr. Burger re
cognized the shoes as hi propertp.' ami
llogan was committed to the county jsi! in
default of one hundred and fifty dollars
At the last meeting of the city council
tiie mayor stated that be had received and
accepted the resignation of Officer Lal!y
and asked that body what else should be
doni with it. The matter was debuted,
and t'rally on motion, the council voted to
receive the resignation. This
was all wrong and established
a vry bad precedent. It is right
and proper that the council should confirm
the nominations of the mayor, but it is the
mayor's exclusive privilege to accept the'
resinaiionot any officer. The president of
the United States opKints the members of
his cabinet and the senate confirms them,
and should any member thereof resign the
president accepts or rejects the same as he
sees fit, without the advice or consent of
the senate or house. Our
mayor in the past have been governed
by the same rule, and there has been uo mis
understanding between him and the coun
cil on account of it, and hence the action
of the council at its last meeting in voting
on the resignation was without excuse, and
established a precedent which may at some
luture time cause considerable trouble.
This community will soon be seeking
the most interesting and profitable manner
to spend the long winter evenings, and we
would suggest a series of lectures as the
best means to entertain and please our citi
zens. Cairo has an abundance of home
talent that could be utilized in this way
with the moat satisfactory results. The
pastors of .the several churches would, we
doubt uot, Leac'. the list of speakers.
Besides these, we have such men
as Mr. Lansden. Judge Greeu, Prof. Alvord,
S. P. Wheeler, Esq., Mr. II. II. Candee,
W. B. Gilbert, Esq., Geo. Eisher, Esq., Hon.
Jno. II. Oberlv and a number of others,
who are men of ability and
would be listened to with pleasure.
Our ladies, too, might take the stand with
readings declamations, recitations, lectures,
music, etc. We have a number of talented
ladies among us, who arc fully able to
furnish good literary and musical entertain
ments to any audience. We take the
liberty to mention among these : Mrs. Kit
tenhou9e, Mrs. Martin, Mr. Candee, Mrs.
Lansden, Miss Annie Pitcher. Mrs. W. P.
Ilallidaj', Mrs. John Taylor, Miss McKec
and there arc a great many others, whose
known abilities would insure them large
and intelligent audiences. The object of
these entertainments should be to gain
funds to be expended in the loliet
of the poor amonz ui during the
winter that is now upon us. For the better
accomplishment of this purpose, a society
might be formed composed of the ladies of
the city, who are willing to aid in so good
a cause, and which would thus be serving
a double purpose i. e. furnishing cxcclleut
entertainment to the people and helping
those in need.
Since the election, we have been re
peatedly told by different persons, that they
were glad that the excitement was over.
We bare given expression to the same
sentiment, but much as wc may deplore the
evils resulting from the excitements grow
ing out ot our frequcut presidential elec
tions, wc must admit that there is attendant
good. So much so, in fact, that we may
regard them as one of our public educators.
Notwithstanding the fact that unprincipled
demagogues scatter abroad a mass of lies
and misrepresentations that would putzlo
tho ingenuity of the Prince of Liars himself
to invent, yet there U, beyond that, a world
of good speaking and reasoning upon the
broad principles of our laws and govern
ment, that involve immense reading and
research on the part of somebody. In this
campaign the tariff bas been discussed in
all its ramifications by both parties, and wo
venture to say there has been a clearer in
sight obtained by the masses upon this sub
ject than is possiblo to give in any other
manner. The ablest men of the nation ar
guod and discintud upon it from the stump,
0 LOTH IK G HOUSE
and though often their pnvei luve been
px'Tttd to uiy:il and cloud the under
gtauJm of theit heirir. yet new thoughts
and idea have !-en arued, which iiiu?t.
sooner or Liter, ikvempe increased knowl
edge. itii consequent god to the in
liividui!. I a m.iiiv states the balance of
power Ikm Ueu secured by vigorously
pu.-t.uijj the question 0! free trade and pro
tection upon the maise by stumper and
documents. S in other directions the
country fee! the impress of the prcsiden-
ial campaign work, and we are not sure
but what the agitation of politics every
foor years bring the country much more
,'ood thaa lurm in the matter of enligh'en-
ment of the people.
- 01 late quite a number ot giri and
young ladies have found employment in
Cairo a clerks, cashiers and bookkeepers.
Among those buiness house in which
young ladies are occupying various aud
responsible positions, we may mention the
Novelty iron store of Mr. C. P. Woodward,
the dry goods and clothing house, of Messrs.
Goldstine & Kosenwater, the dry goods
house of Messrs. J. Burger & Bro., the dry
trood house of Mr. C. P.. Stuart and the
Illinois Central lailroad company. This is
a move in the right direction, which should
be encouraged by all. Every avocation in
life suited to woman's strength and capacity
should be open to her just a they are to
men. She who gives her whole soul to the
faithful performance of her domestic duties,
, lead a true womanly life, although day
after day she lay down the
broom but to take up the needle or the
rolling-pin, 01 to wash and drew her chil
dren. She find her reward in the satisfac
tion which a clean house, well-aept chil
dren, and a contented home bring to the
woman of domestic taste. But none the
less does she lead a true womanly life who
exerci-es those talent which God ha given
her, and turns to account the accomplish
ments education has supplied in a wider
field than that of the drudgery of household
duties Why should there be exacted from
women that uniformity of characterand pur
suits which no one thinks of demanding
from men Why deride women s unsexiug
themselves for aspiring to higher aim when
wc have no ridicule for the man-milliners
who Usurp woman's vocation by selling
over the counter every garment worn by
women ? In this age of the world it is both
unreasonable and impossiablu to limit the
Kphere of woman to domestic lile and so
ciety, wuhin half a century her facilities
for advanced education have been increas
ed a Luudredfold. aud with the augmenta
tion of knowledge inevitably comes the
application in every manner in which it
can be turusd to account. Many women
are able to enter the arena of human
strife and fiylr. for thi;mclyes the battle
of life; but it they choose to confine their
efforts to making happy homes, it is
their duty to do so. But if the
educated, thinking, self-respectinir wo
man has learned a different idea of her mis
sion upon earth, and desires to enlarge her
field of influences, she has the same right
which a man exercises. Celibacy i in
creasing as well as divorces, and as a matter
of course, there will bo fewer marriages in
the eastern stales, where the women out
number the men. This tact will increase
the number of self-reliant women, who to
find employment must engage in new avo
cations. This is a matter of duty and
necessity, for the performance of which they
should bu commended instead of derided
as "strong-minded spinsters." The day bas
passed by when woman was required to bide
her talent iu a napkin to sit as an orna
ment of domestic life and society, hedging
herself around with lazy dignity and divinn
attractiveness, dependent upon tho labors
of nthei 1. Tho women of the United State
have pondored long and deeply this ques
tion, anJ the solution embodies, itself into
a determination to do for themselves that
which is commendable in men to go forth
and utilize their talents and acquire
ments for tho buuclit of thouiaelvc and
CITY OF CAIRO
Superior Makes and Styles
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
- IS AT
The Boss 01)iiin4 Home.
Gl Ohio Levee, : : Cairo, I1J.
soeiety. The adaptability of women fr
many of man's occupations is now con
ceded, and women are successfully com
peting for their share of employment, an 1
will soon be able to command the ssme
prices which are paid to men for the ssme
lakir. Although a priuter by trade, w
would have every compositor resign his
position to make room tor women; we
wou d have the position of the able-bodied
men, who set the type on the newspapers
iu Cairo and elsewhere, filled by women
who. with feeble hand and weak arm, are
now compelled to eke out a
miserable existence over the wash-tub
and by hard lbor, suited only to
men: and we would have them receive the
sime salary tor work a well done as is
pocketed ty the "lord.'.." Tin-re are seven
hundred in the printing bu.iness in Mas
sachusetts and they are paid from seven to
eleven dollars per week, while men receive
from twenty to twenty-five dollars for do
ing precisely th" ssnie uork. This same
injustice is found in all the avocstiotu ia
life in which men and women
are alike engaged, but the time Is
evidently not tar distant when this state of
affairs '.vill be changed, since not alone in
Cairo, but quite everywhere in the Union
such discrimination is gradually but surely
disappearing, and the fact is now almost
cenerally recognized that it is the right and
duty of every woman, whether married or
single, who has the ability and inclination,
whether necessity urges Ler or not, to take
part in the affair ol life outside tho domes
Kor hi Ciro Bitletui.
8f)tchirBiir,hxlpeeithroaea dsio'y nil,
With ey whuae dak V.eni wtta the oiM -iU,
Thou irf i 1 rom, wbo carmine Up erowptle,
When eWcu U the white brl of th mow
Not ooeof thy jfrtn with fkihinij light cn cawsi
Awiy Ihecold from thy ofl, ti-ndur htnd
Pathcr drcsrjr way for oue tu warm -Compared
with what the wlae world now eon
Although thy tap.-r daeraclaap the'nra
With Slouch of childhood s wUfal plqaaat grace.
Sweet oue, the heated waier csu not burn
Caruatioa pluk to match thy aouthcra fa -Hit
thine eyes are trained in smile and fro win
That Lore h tnaght, while aleeplng la tby heart.
Not.-mher llth. 1W.
Ir is highly important that affections of
the throat, lungs or bronchial tabes, should
be checked at once, and for this purpose,
nothing equals Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Price 23 cents.
TJ'STRATKD HOP.SK; Heavy set sorroli: lut
1 J Keen near the wharf yeaterday morning; had a
webb baiter on. (5 reward will bo paid for his de
livery at wharfboat No. S, Cairo.
T?01t URNT.-Karnlabed room For partlco
J lara iouulre norlbeaat corner Tenth and Wai
WANTKD-A Rtrl to cook, wash, and Iron, and
to anaiot with general hotue work. O00S
wae loan efficient pemon. Applvto Mr. Dr.
Marean. cornnr fourteenth street and Wasfaingtuu
PROPRIETOR OP 8PROAT8 PATENT
Dealer ia loo.
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PACKED FOR 8UIPPIN0.
Oar Load a Specialtr.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,