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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 0, 1881.
THE DAILY. BULLETIN
KKICIAL l'Al'KH OK CITY AM) COUNTY'
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In this columu. five cent! per line, ech
Grand Masquerade Ball,
It should be borne in miud that tlio
Cassmo society will give u grand manner
ade ball, at Washington hall,
on the 18th inst., which
thev propose to make a really first-class
and enjoyable uft'air. All those who desire
to attend can obtain masquerade suits at
Turners hall. All improper characters
will be rigidly excluded.
Day School for Boys and Girls.
'ight school for persons engaged during
thedav, and lessons in Latin, German,
French, music, book-kecpiug and penn
manship, by Prof, and Madame Floyd,
Walnut st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
100 acres tine land in Pulaski county,
one mile southwest of Villa liidge, about
thirtv mrcs cleared. Title pertect.
M. J. Howley, Heal estate agent.
To whom it may Concern.
Dry goods merchants, grocery men, and
all others are hereby notified not to sell
goods on my account to anyone, without a
written order signed by myself, as 1 will
not pay any bills for goods purchased
without my written order.
Sew Billiard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l Ilartman, on the corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, and has
stablislied therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. He has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in a first-class establishment,
he ha spaired no pains to make his place
one of the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and see him.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh. oyster, fine and fat, for sule, by the
can or ry the hundred ! Bulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct from the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Hud Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for ovsters and tish, corner Ohio Levee and
PiOiskkt Hewitt, Ag't.
OvF.it 155,000 Howe scales sold. Bor
den, Sellcck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo.
Sure cure for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsia and all derangements of the system.
Both rooms, 128 Commercial avenue, over
Taber's jewelry store. Terms: Singlubaths,
.$1.00; s'ix baths, $5.00. Try them.
W. II. Mahkas,
At Tat Fitzgerald's.'
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may be enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Put. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
rleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a buss down to a
sulky, all in a first-class condition, us well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable figureson a moment's
uotice at his "Horse Manson". His placeof
ausiness is in connection with the telephone
bn 1 all orders received thereby will receive
DOWN T1IKY 00.
Winter's old reliable oyster depot have
re.iueed the price of oysters to 25, ',)' and
45 cts for choice selects. Mobile oysters
n bulk received daily and for sale by the
idoen, hundred, quart or gallon. lleuicm
ber the stand,
WlNTKIl'S OVSTF.II DliPOT,
On Ki.hth street.
.oij MuOP out straw; 5,000 pounds choice
roll butter, M 20 cents per pound ; 200 bbls.
apples, atiM.fiO per bbl., for sale by G. M.
A Men, lb Ohio Levee.
J no. Baron, La.porte. Ind., writes: Your
''Spring Blossom" is all you cracked it up
to be. My Dyspepsia has all vanished;
why don't you advertise it; what allowance
will you make if I take a dozen bottles, so
tliHt I could oblige my friends occasional
ly. Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Bucklen'N Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
-guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
tvery case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Oi:n. E. O'Haiia
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thesa eolnmni, too eonti per lino,
each Inicrtlon. Marked
Mr. Goldstiue, of tho firm of Goldstiue
& Hosenwater, is in New York.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DcBauu's, 00
Wc are pleased to learn that the little
son of Mr. James Barclay is somewhat
Judge Bross, who has been absent
from the city, returned by the Narrow
Guage yesterday evening.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmcycr's.
Mr. Audrew Davison, of Metropolis,
deputy internal revenue collector, has been
in the city for several days.
Hon. John II. Obcrly has been suceed
cd in tho railroad and warehouse commis
sion by Hon. Wm. Robeson, of Fairfield.
So they say.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's 50
Found--A new willow basket, which the
owner can have by paying for this notice
aud describing property.
Mr. Jas. Woodson, formerly one of
the clerks of the Illinois Central road, has
accepted a position in the office of Mr.
Lost A glass cutters diamond with
out a handle. Tho finder will be rewarded
by leaviug it at Winter's photogragh gal
lery on Sixth Street.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at P. Korsmcycr's.
Our readers will remember Mr. P. J.
Roberts, tho labor agitator, who until re
cently resided in this city. He died re
cently at Pinckneyville.
Mr. Pat Mocklcr has moved out of the
Delta House and taken possession of the
neat two-story frame building, immediately
below the Vinccnncs passenger depot.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
On Monday morning, January 10th, we
shall offer the balance of our Dress Goods
stock, at prices-to close the season.
The Turner society will give a grand
Masquerade Ball on Mardi Gras.
The Eunice Goodrich company, played
to full houses in Paducah and gave general
Two drunks in Judge Olmsted's court,
two in the supreme court and one in Squire
Osborn's court was the sum total of police
business transacted yesterday.
Skating was more or less indulged in
by our young people yesterday afternoon
and evening. The snow, however, somewhat
interfered with this healthful exercise.
Wc are now offering bleached and un
bleached Cottons, at less than manufactur
er's prices of to-day. The recent advance
in price will soon necessitate higher prices.
Stuart, Eighth St.
From the Springfield Journal we
learn that the appointee of Cov. Culloni
to the vacancy caused by the expiration of
Hon. John II. Obcrlv's term does not set
well on the stomach of the stallwarts.
Wc are offering a manufacturer's line
of samples of Hosiery and Underwear for
ladies, children and gents. We offer them
at the manufacturer's prices. Early pur
chasers will get the best selections. Stuart,
Among the notices in our special local
column will bo found tho advertisement of i
the Cassino society to which we direct the
prayerable attention of the reader. The
society gives a grand masquerade ball oil
the IStli lust.
The Young People's Temperance
society, will hold a business mooting on
to-morrow (Monday) evening, for the elec
tion of officers. There will be no programme
for the evening. The attendance of all
the members is requested.
Mr. Geo. II. Lennox, general agent of
the original and only genuine New Or
leans ministrels, who was formerly connect
ed with Havcrly's Mastodon minstrels,
called on us yesterday. The troupe he
represents will hold forth at the Atheneum
a week from to-morrow.
ino donnson county Journal says:
"Mr. G. S. Meredith, of Belknap, was in
town Wednesday, looking after private
business. lie-will move to Cairo in about
two weeks and enter into partnership with
Mr. Pettis, having bought the interest of
Mr. Bird in tho firm of Pottis & Bird."
We havo just received fifty pieces of
Torchon and Smyrna Laces; also 100
pieces newjEmbroidery, which wo offer at
our usually low prices. Our lino of these
goods this mason will be tho largest ever
shown here, and our price will be as here
tofore the veiiy lowest. Stuart, Eighth St.
This morning a sermon will bo preach
ed in the German Lutheran church by
C'and. Hossfeld. Theme: "Good Sheperd,"
after which the financial condition of tho
church, the ladies' society, the Sunday
school and choir will be given. In tho
afternoon the Sunday school teachers will
meet in the church ami in tho evening tin
English sermon will bn preached.
The central office of the telephone
exchange, will only be occupied between
the hour of IS and 11 a. m. and mid 5
o'clock p. in. to-day. This arrangement
is ma le in order to giv the attendants at
thogeuoral office a few hour's rest, they
having been constantly at their posts of
duty fifteen hours out of every twenty-four,
all throught the week. After this tho
office will be open every day with
out exception. Sixty-threa instru
ments are now in working order, and one
thousand connections wero made yesterday.
Messrs. Mehau and Thistlewood havo
the contract for delivering piles for tho new
elevator. They procure them from some
station up the Narrow Guago road, and
were yesterday engaged in unloading a
number of them from the cars of that road
onto the flat cars on the Illinois Central
road,by which they were taken to the eleva
tor grounds. '
Mr. Otrich, a druggist of Anna, was
in the city yesterday, on his way south, on
a pleasure trip. He stated that tho tem
perance people of Anna, Ills., had refused
to allow tho druggists at that place to
sell liquor on prescription and that, by
way of retaliation, they (tho druggists)
had all closed their establishments aud
left the city.
An entirely new troupe will appear
upon the. boards at the Threatre Coiuique
to-morrow night, aud the performance may
be expected to be better than it has been
at any previous time. Mr. Walker is deter
mined to have the best talent in the coun
try and to give an entertainment that will
bo equal to any in respect to character and
a display of genuine talent.
Tlio Illinois legislature has been duly
mindful of the claims of Illinois Southern.
Besides awarding the first assistant clerk
ship of tho house to Mr. John A. Reeve, of
tins city, J. H. Melviu, of Mound City, was
awarded the position of postmaster and
Mr. Hartwcll, late prosecuting attorney of
Williamson county, was given the position
of assistant doorkeeper of tho senate.
Tho fire department was prevented
from meeting on Friday night by the fire,
which occurred shortly before the hour set
for the meeting and hence it
will now bo held to-morrow night, as may
be seen from a notice elsewhere, when it is
desired that all those who have signified a
willingness to become members of the
hook aud ladder company, put in aa ap
pearance. Wc are under obligations to Messrs.
!?peck and Redbum for a most delightful
serenade received by telephone last night.
The music was produced by Mr. Redbum
on the zither, nccompanied by Mr. Speck on
the guitar, and was really fine, such as only
the most cunning hands can produce. Not
a note was lost, and a3 we write, the mel
lowstrains though died away have left
their thrilling memory on our ear.
Next Thursday evening the first of a
series of sociables and and dances will be
given at theTcmperence hall, under the au
spices ot the Tempereuce club, by a number
of our young people. A splendid time
may be anticipated by those who at
tend, for the young folks have determined
to make these gatherings the most brilliant
aud festive of their kind given here this
season and it is wcil known that the great
est succes always attends their efforts.
Prof. Bell, tho inventor of the Bell tele
phone, which is now in uso in Cairo, ha
also invented an instrument for the trans
mission of sound by light. It is found that
each ray ot light will convey a certain
quantity of sound, and Mr. Bell proposes
to ultihzc this principle in the convey
ance of messages. It will never be as use
ful as the telephone, because it cannot be
used to tiny great extent in tho dark. It
won't do to court by, but at sometime may
be the means of communication with tho
inhabitants of the moon.
The new hose came in for a goodly
share of the profanity at the fire night bc
fare last. It is the heaviest hose that our
companies have ever handled and requires
unusual efforts to move it. In responding
to an alarm of fire, companies invariably
use their small engines, not only because
they can be movedjwith greater rapidity,
but also because they can bo shoved into
yards and procure water where the larger
ones could not gain admittance and there
fore, say the firemen, they should have
hose that would match tho small engines
and not be an encumbrance. They find no
fault with the quality.
The Reform Club hall, on Tenth street,
is at present in the bauds of the painters
and paper-hangers, who are engaged in
giving it an cntiro overhauling, under the
supervision ot Mr. B. F. Parker. Tho wulls
will be handsomely papered; the ceiling
and the supports thereof will bo newly
painted, and tho windows will be graced
by new curtains. The platform will also
be covered by a new carpet and various
other improvements will be made, which
will make it one of tho most attractive
halls in tho city. The improvements will
all be completed by next Tuesday night
when tho young people of tho club will
give tho first of a series of parties in the
Mr. W. J. Cliappcllc, representative of
the Gillmorc aud Benton consolidated
shows, called ut Tim Bum.ktin offico yes
terday. His show is tho largest in tho
world and will appear at tho ulheneum
next Saturday. It appeared at new Or
leans last, having jumped there from Pitts
burg, and is now on its way up. Tho Phil
adelphia Sun says of it: "A house, limited
only by the capacity of the theatre hun
dreds being turned away, unable to gain
admission witntssed, last evening, the
performance presented by Hi! more and
Benton's Combination. Without a doubt,
it is the largest, strongest, and most attract
ive company ever witnessed in this city. On
account of the largo number of people ap
pearing, two and three acts were given at
the same time."
This month w ill be a busy ono in tho
election of United States senators. Of
the twenty-five seats which will become
vacant on the 4th of March, four havo
been filled, namely, by tho legislatures of
Maryland, Mississippi, Virginia and Ver
mont. The elections in tho other states will
take place on tho following dates,the United
States statutes providing that United States
senators shall be elected on the second
Tuesday after the legislature meets: Ne
vada and Tennessee on tho 1 1th of January :
Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Indiana,
Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Min
nesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New York,
Pennsylvania and Texas on the 18th of
January : New Jersey, West Virginia and
Wisconsin on the 25th of January, and
Rhode Island, wc believe, on the first of
February. Eighteen senators in all will be
elected during the mouth.
ThcArgu3 is mistaken. The Bl'I.le
tin is not opposing Mr. Dun'l Hogan in his
efforts to secure the office of internal reve
nue collector. In fact it stated and reiter
ates that it would be well pleased with his
appointment, as would the majority of the
democrats in the district. But
while this is so, it regards
as very silly, the twaddle that
Mr. Hogan or any other one man should
have increased the republican majority ill
the district from six hundred to eighteen
hundred. The facts are that the largest ii
creaso in the district was made in the home
of Mr. Willis, the present collector, and
that the Hon. Ike Clements, who is also
seeking the position of collector, rendered
as valuable services to the party during the
past campaign, and campaigns preceeding,
us any man in Southern Illinois. But
this need not prevent Mr. Hogan
from receiving the appointment, and we
hope it will not.
Of course, everybody knows of the
existence of the city of Cairo in Egypt, the
modern capital of tht country and the
second city of the Mohammedan world, hut
everybody does not know that besides this,
and the city in which we live, there are
eleven other cities of Cairo all of them in
the United States. One is situated in
Georgia, in Decatur county, and is a post
office village; another is situated in Indiana
and is a postoffice town in Putnam
county: the third is situated in
lows and is a post-village of Louija county,
seven miles we?t of Wapello and thirty
miles of Burlington : the fourth Cairo is
situated in Kentucky and is a small vil
lage of Henderson entity; the f.ftL is
situated in Missouri and is a postoSce of
Randolph county; the sixth, in New York.
is the posto&ce towcsh:p of vrene cjlst.t
and is drained by the Cat: -ill creek. It
has a population of two thou? as J two l.us
drel and oihtv-fvo '5ul : the rtz'.'! is
situated ia Ohio, in Allen county, and is a
village, situate! :x E:i L..r.h of Lit-a:
Stark county, and is
ninth is situat
Carolina an 1 is
I in " Sv:
ot Edgefield district : the
a village situated in Sumner c
iiessee. oa the CusiV.r1.:. r;er. tU.tr '
miles north-45t of Niiihrlllf; tr. I l.M
population of six hr.n L".-1 anl tentv-r.ir.e
souis: trie eleven? h a i.vt-vj,.aL'e u
llitcliic countv. WYt V,r-':.'i!i. tl.ir'v u.'.'.i,
east of Parer.i'urjr.
For The Cairo Ji u I t i u :
to c. r. k.
A ein'ulur dream hn
A Wuki; In fl.-c-p'x wood for m-:
Tin? moon with Hi Kvi;r lljjht
l)l)iiid duqi In a pink cloud a - i.
Ah birds from their iwift wlnL'i elial;?
Thu npnr of their liatini afar,
II roue frotu itn; cloud a-lak'.
I'rimHfoniied to tin evening nt.ir.
Thu epleiidor this new iitur ijrd'O'il
Wan bright, ii nd a amlly mveet
A when, a a moon, II traced
Ivirlh mi Li ils with ltn IW'y feet
II hntiuti me, thin drearn-aa It
Twcrecrowti to my liuart s duslru,
Or-Purnlati llko, I, the cliff.
Had climbed to behold the. fire.
Oh, lift thee hut once to mine,
Thine eve i of thu midnight hnt,
And tell If thou cannt divine
Thu portrait a drcaui-puu drew.
Tho moon to a Mar transformed,
Dipped deep In a pink cloud ra
lliiptlzud, to arise encharmcd -Iutorprct
It, fweet for nm.
Earth'a Love bout hli dlmpjed knui
Anil knultlu thu itarlle,ht'a Kleaui,
To hatha la a riipphlru'a ilea--Wulla
witinl'rlntf as In a dream
Ills llpi of tho warm roo red,
Ilia eyuB of tbu naurud bluo.
Tho gleam of hi uold-crowned head,
Wero hid 'nuatli thu wavei from view.
Aad all that had known earth's Love,
Camu unto thu shore ta weep
When swift aa an nik hound dovo
lllstiyu, llku an azure mist.
(Jliiainud soft thriniKh his wet Koid curls -III
lip by thu mermaid klmcd
IIISKlrdlii the pumsi prarli.
Oh fairest of eiirthN hlls.
A forth from the nave ,o sprung -111
arrow, hrlitht tppd with ukl.n-
Ho satik In the sea a t It 1 ai 4
That only 011 earth could rovu-
Uo'rO.Ul'liltll the e.l Willi w,11
To limit O'er !h,. ,.,.( fpl, ,. j,,,,,,.
For tho Sunday Bulletin.
Ot all the low ambitions that ever actua
ted tho human heart, or influenced tho
individual lifo, that of being a fast man is
the most contemptible and to good men
repulsive. Such a man begins the day
with no purpose, but to misspend it in an
idle and vain pursuit ot what ho calls
pleasure. He visits every billiard-table and
drinking saloon, within the bounds of his
daily walk. If lio lias money of his own
ho recklessly throws it away on objects and
pursuits discreditable to himself, and
ruinous to his family and friends. If he has
none ho uuscrupuously borrows without a
thought of repayment, or more feloniously
appropriates it without a twinge of con
science. His nights are given up to license
and spent in disreputable company, and lie
lies down with no better hope or prospect
than that of continuing on tho ensuing day
the evil courses of the last.
How many youths arc thus destroyed be
fore they arrive at maturity? How many
fathers' liopes in their sons have thus been
blasted! How many mothers' heart have
been wrung and even broken by seeing
their boys develope into "fast young men?"
Homes, once happy and respectable, are
made desolate and sorrowful, and even
darken by shame and remorse.
We see such cases every day. We read
of them in every paper, aud seo their out
croppings at every corner of the street. As
we write these lines, our thoughts wander
to individual cases that have come under our
own observation. One the pride and hope
of a happy home the object ot a mother's
fondness and father's care, disregarding
both with cruel selfishness, pursued this
guilty debasing course until he ended the
same in darkness, ruin and crime, and, at
tho age of twenty-four, filled a suicide's
Aud still another case, although yours
have elapsed since then, impresses itself up
on our heart with painful reality. The on
ly son of doting parents who spared neither
pains nor expense to give him every advan
tage to acquire ft good education. He wa
a bright, handsome, generous, lad, and at
tained culture and courteous manners.
Alas! that the bright liopes of his find
parents were doomed to be drowned in hit
ter tears of shame au l sorrow. At an early
a'e he acquired the use of tobacco, then
very soon a taste for the madning intoxi
cating cup. These habits naturally drew him
into the company of fist young men. Then
a passion tor gambling took possesion ot
his soul. At Srst his parents were not
alarmed; he w is only sowing hi wild oats,
they sa:d, and wou'.J soon fettle down aud
be all they L l hoped. But alas' for the
weakness and short sihtei-e.aof poor hu
man nature. When Lis fr.cnds were at
U-cg't fully aroused to the f.er.e of hi
da:;'tr l.c w-as si complete. y suhui-r3'cj
within the i.Le of the lii::jr u 3 vers a-
.e was r'jw-rle extricate Lira-
I srif, aa 3 after a few more v-rs o
j tv ltI lliIl::. fol.v. lie i- or.e si
i f.tl Lotue to L:i Jifart broken
i il.-v: ia a JruLtfa lrvl.
j V:ct' !i-3 i-i lovs. 'I j Lot tu:
parent. start. t rn t
Are vou ;a
5 ji3','-r f
ik vou are oalv a little will
".' I '.Tfast, f.w thve whose hi-tory we l.&ve
"' ; brief! v 'L'.te1.'. J aul whose co'ire ia urui
"' 1 lar ese you have 'JoubtleM vitr.e-vJ t
1 ' i r . - 2 r . 1 . 1 ' . a .
t:.trT-j-iws of ruin, t.uJ not fail iato the
yawiir. j' heiow f
If yo: are jn-suniptuoM-ly iJarinir, yours
i; '.he jf:ea?er 'lur-T. U.tr ti-t youtvif.
,' i; tirtl'ji how yo'J Uuw.t with youratlf
KiOfaliy or j.hysially. Ilal.t ia the luvat
reiejitleis of tyrmt.; uw taa uay one re
b'iaie t' E iy,'-ih'j-. far ati'l mo further will I
to." .S'-lf'-r'.-Tt ruiut will hr LarJ"r ;
ni'irr 'lilll'.iilt t ) cxcTcih'; to-morrow than
to-'l'iy, In a few ilnys the fatal crNih for
ref'rmation liny he nt-x-'l. Soul auJ
aense ome f'llly ?':": Hi the currujil
aloiiL'li of Ki-iiiirihty aii'l iliiijiuiiou, no
Jiar'loti cxrjcpt Ilii, to wh'dii liothiuo; in itil-lOinihli-,
can ri.-toru eitli' r to purity ainl
peace. I. A. M.
C'Alli'), III., Jan. Mth, lis.
Tony IhMiicrV I'aMtDiniiiii! Tronjii'.
Tliii popular nraiiiation coiiipleti-il,
last Satunlay eveniiitf, a hitjcm of three of
the most plioiaittit ami uttrMclivit entertain
menu that have graceil Hie Opera House
iKmnl.H aince the oicnin of thu Mea.ton.
Tho great fmituro of this troupe in the fact
that it in not compiwul of one, two, or then
urtisU mill the halaiico fitick.4, na in thu
case with many organization.. Hut it com
prises nn entire constellation of artiatH,
first-clam, tim, all of them in their particu
lar role. No liner conii'ilian ever graced
the boanlH tlitin Mr. George II. Ailanm.
The Spurka Hrothers liavo no superiors in
their laughable inclnngo of llihernian
dpeciultioH. Tho Hatnirez cclehrateil
HpitnUh Trouhitdours, in their great vocal
ati'l iiiHtruniPtital enterlftiniiient, Is a new
ami interesting feature- that calN for re
peated encores. A second visit to our city
would bo hailed with delight hy our
Kami.tx II. Iuvi.N, of L'te Creek, Colfax
Co,, New Mexico, says: The "Only Lung
I'ml" has done mine lor my wile 'than nil
tho gallons of Cod Liver Oil. French or
American, (he has taken, or nil tins Doc
tor's Medicini'3 bho has used. See Adv,
IIkai.tii, hope ami happiness are restored
hy the use of Lydla E. l'lnkhiun's Vegetit
bin Coinioiiiii. It is a posi'ivo cure fur nil
those diseases from which women miller so
much. Send to Mrs. Lydln K. l'inkham,
2!W Western avenue, for pntnphle'.s.
Dr. K'ltic'e Oreat Nervo ltestorer is the
marvel of the age for all Netvo Dhuases,
All Ills stopped free. Semi to Ml Arch
slrwt. Philadelphia, 1'etin.
1Xlt HAI.K.-TIm Window Hhiittor lioloniflnK
. to tliu llulletlii llutldlitf. Aiuly at tliu liouau.
MEKTINU OK THE HUB DEPARTMENT.
Tuu rttculur luuctlnir of tho Cairo Fire lie
partition! will tiilto jiluru Monday evening at 7: 30,
at Council (.'humour. A full attundnucal di'nlrvd
unil bIbo of tlnmu vilio liHVO ali;iilflud a willing
iifBH to bucomii iiiunilieM of thu lloolt and Ladder
Company N. II. THISTLE WOOD, Chalrmau.
W. L. I'EItC'K, hucroiury.
Foil ftAi.K on TiMnK-40 acres of g.iod farming land
nillun weet of Villa Klilk'O. (Section a.1, tlie farm
out of which onu acre him tieen taken oil corner
for ImryliiK irround. Will pell at a tfreut bargain
for ciinn or trade for (lock ol anv kind. Meet me
at . Planter"!- Hotel January Htti to 10th, or Villa
Kldiiu January 11th aud liitu. H. 11. MOWN.
H Fill I) AY, 1
MOMUH ItEIGNS SUPREME.
A 0nrnvl of Kun and Frolic. A St;ijn Mardl
Oral. Arrival of liU Lanhlna Illiiancm.
The Great Prophet of Fun,
aud hla Ma'cli'ma
25 COMEDY CREATORS 25
O. W. H. ADAMS, "Tlie Clown."
ORCHESTRA AM) MILITARY DAN!)
rtenervrd Sca-non ale ai Hartmau'a. Popular
Pricea-Seventy live Cent.
Saturday, .January 15.
GILMOJIE & BENTON'S
Co n soli ihi ted Shows
THE LAK'iKHT VAlTMtVII.I.K AM) SPECIAL
I V TROUPE I X THK WOULD. .
JfTwo to SU iJilKrunt ,'.cu oi the Stair at
up. nliiii li- i.'f1,ruia:ir,. at T.1S. liiroe quart'
of an hour ati. ! of all i Iito.
)l IloMts ( if SOLID l'l N. Ql
''. lit U'US (F SOLI!) ITS. 3
No t.'clloi;. nv, rt.ir . Sol a l.a'f inlouta a tag
wilt No i ur:a:r Hut
Ul SlM'.sS 1KOM THK WOKDGO.
ADMISSION yaiul ;.'ir."ii. No cttra fhari;o for
r,'CTV. 4 nh -aocured at llartmnn a.
Ki. Krl.m tralna from all point 8ee official
aunvuiicinn'iit of railrnid (ompjiile,
W.J. I II Wl'KLI.t. Ki-prventatlre.
A N K STATEMENT.
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to o'!i. I i;il:n,-il Imliks. T. 1 V
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Mute 'if Illinois f outity of Alexander. r.
I. I Ihi" W. Ilnlllil.i)'. C:ihli rof the ahov nain d
li.iM. iii ni'.-iiiiilv sKi-.ir tliiit the almve stiitenient
is tin.- lii tin- lii t of 111 v kiiiiwl' dpe and t. f.
'im. W . IIai.i.iiiav. t'abier.
sul -' rPii-d iit.d MAnrii to lielnre tne this -it h day
ol .linmaiy. I""l. J! J IIowi.iv,
I! II Cl'NNISllHAM. I
Ii Wii.i iAM-ir, VDirector.
II. II ( AMIKIS,
J ) KOL'LAIJ JIKI'OHT
OK Til K t'O.NHITIO.V
or tiik .
Alexiinilcr County Bank.
Caiiio, I i.i. , Monuat, Jan. 3rd, W.
Loans and Discounts $!.47T fit
Hue from other Hank .'. !
Ca-h on luiiid M.'4 07
(mtllt and furniture 5,t no
Heal i;lak S.M7 55
Ciipllal stock paid lu iVf
Mirplua fund 0.7IW W
Kuriiliius :t,'i I i
Wo, F. rtross, President, and H. Wells. C'ash
liir, do solemnly swear thnt thuiibnvo statiimcDt l
Ituu to tho licst of our ktiowlcdni' aril belief.
K. HHtlSH, Tresldent,
II WELLH, I'ashler,
Siihscrlheil and sworn to before me this 4th day
of January, lisi, A. I'OMIN.48.
yoCUM efe IJllODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
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