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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY U, 1881.
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L1NOIH, AS SECOND-CLASH MATTEK.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AM) COUNTV'
IHrgmit Circulation of any Daily in
LOCAL WKAT11EK REPORT.
Cairo, III.. Jan. 1:1, issi I
I'her, Uum. Wind. Vil Weather.
"1 T5 KR lii 'Threat's
41 Til UK 14 "
47 T7 Mi 'i Thr.-nl'it
4H 85 HV 5 I.I Kiii n
Minimum Tempuralure, 4Ho Minimum Tern
paratura tin ; Rainfall, too amiil) to meaauro.
Hirer, V feel 10 luchea, Hiae 1 Inrhea.
W. U. KAV.
Serj't Signal Coma. U.S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticea In this column, live coma per lino, parti
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL,
Morgan & Co., lmve a birgo'quantity of
pmil seasoned wood for sale, in lots to
suit purchasers. Leave orders at tlio office
ot IIannos & Co. Sewing Mucliino Dealers,
Closing Out, Boots u ml Shoes.
Haying a very lurjjjo stock of winter
goods mi liimd consisting of Cents', Ladies'
anil Cliildrenit' sewed and pegged Hoots ami
SIioch, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin to arrive soon. If
in want of any thing in my lino I would ad
vise you to call on mo before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invito all to call and boo for
themselves. C. Koch.
No. ill) Commercial avenue between Fifth
and Nith streets. Cairo Ills.
It should be borne in mind that the
Cassino society will give a grand masquer
ado ball, at' Washington hall,
on the lMth iiiHt., which
they propose to nnke a really first-class
and enjoyable affair. All those who desire
to attend can obtain masquerade units at
Turner's hall. .All improper characters
will be rigidly excluded. Tickets can be
had at Paul G. Seliuh's, GoIdstinc& Rosen
water's, Dan 1 1 art man's, Meyers' Cheap
Store, Swoboda & fiehultzo's and of the
mcmbcis of the Society.
Day School for Hoys and Girls.
Night school for persons engaged during
the day, and lessons in Latiu, German,
-, French, music, book-keeping and penn
jjjanship, by Prof, and Madame Floyd,
Wasn't st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
To whom it may Concern.
Dry (r(;ods merchants, grocery men, and
all others 'lire here by notified not to sell
goods on iJjjerount. to anyone, without a
written order sigli1''! hy mysell, as I will
not ..pay any bills'1 .r goods purchased
without my written order".--
New Billiard SaloonNv.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr
Dau'l Ilartman, on the corner of Sixth
Btr.'ct and Commercial avenue, and has
' established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. He has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and ftirn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished tor in a first-class establishment
hi; has spaired no pains to make his nine
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city
ami invites all to come and see him.
Worn! and Coal,
A full supply of Indiana coal, as good as
Pittsburg, just received from the mines and
fur sale at ! 00 per ton delivered. I will
always have on hand a stoclt of this cele
bratedcoal; also daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
for sale.. Apply, at thnC.& V. R.R. yards,
b . M. Waud,
Hil) acres fine land in Pulaski county,
one mile southwest of Villa Ridge, about
thirty acres cleared. Title perlect.
M. J. ilowi.EV, Real estate agent.
Ovi;u 155,000 Howe scales sold. Bor-
den, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo.
(J EN E UAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticed in themi eolumna, ton corna pr-r lino,
each inxertloii. Marked
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
canorbytbe hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct lrom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh
The "lied Snapper," the king among lish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
loroyHters and fish, corner Ohm Levee and
Eighth street. Roiikut Hewitt, Ag't.
100 bales oats straw; 5,000 pounds choice
roll butter, at 120 cents per pound; 200 bids.
apples, at 1.50 per bbl., for sale by (3. M
Aldeu, 78 Ohio Levee.
F.lec fro-Vapor Rat lis.
Sure cure fur rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsia and all derangements of the system.
Roth rooms, 12S Commercial avenue, over
labor's jewelry store. Terms: Single baths,
f 1.00; six baths, if l.OO. Try them.
W. II. Makkan,
At Pat Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may be enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Pat. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a buss down to a
Bulky, all in a first -class condition, us well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable figures on a moment's
notice at his "Horse Man son". Hisplaeeof
Business is in connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
DOWN Til KY (10.
Winter's old reliable oyster depot have
reduced the price of oysters to 25, !!5 and
45 cts for choice selects. Mobile oysters
in bulk received daily and for sale by the
dozen, hundred, quart or gallon. Reineni
her (be stand,
WiTrLii's Ovstku IlKI'OT,
On Eighth street.
Lui Klcn's 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
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
contu per box. For sale by Quo. E. O'IIaua
Mr. Herbert Mackie, of Chicago, is in
Mr. K. P. Jackson, who has been ill for
several weeks is again on his feet.
The Chester penitentiary has 'MS in
mates, five of whom are females.
--The circiut clerk's office has received
an overhauling at the hands ot painters.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsiueycr's.
Miss Browneo left this morning for
St. Louis. She will be absent eight or fen
Moody and-Sankcy arc conducting
large and enthusiastic meetings in San
-Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc:, il'lejtojuxier -.Wi DOtlCt
at The P.i i.i.etin oflicc.
--Seasoned wood cau bo bought
leaving orders at tho office of Hannon
& Co. See advertisement.
Mr. Al. Goss has returned from his
visit to the east, and will resume his former
position aH leader in the Comiquc band
City Clerk Foley was yesterday kept
busy issuing scrip. Those to whom the
city is still indebted should call on him to
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders
a large stock at P. Korsiueycr's.
A lot of fine dressed geese and turkeys
are on sale at the stand of Mr. V. Resell,
on Eighth street, this morning. Send your
orders by telephone number ninety-one,
A party, in honor of Miss Ella Law,
will be given by her young lady and gen
tletnaii friends this evening. She leaves
the cily for a protracted Btay in a day or
William Ewry and Miss Belle White,
both black, were duly made one flesh and
blood by Squire Osborn yesterday. Their
home is in tho neighborhood of Dr. Wood's
The connections made at the central
office of the telephone exchange yesterday
reached three thousand. The worry and
many walks saved by them are almost be
A man named "John Clancy" not tho
grocer, hut a rufnan was arrested night
before last for knocking another man down
mi Ohio levee. Ho was taken before Judge
Olmsted yesterday and lined ten dollars find
- Mr. Iiimis Keohler, Jr. is prepared to
furnish the best quality of meats of any
kind at any time upon short notice. His
telephone number is twenty-two and orders
sent him over tho wires will have prompt
The Bulletin establishment (not in
cluding the liuildmgl changed owners on
the fust of the present mouth, when it was
sold to Mr. Burnett, who has been U innn
a'er and leaseo tho past two years. The
price paid was eight thousand dollars.
A statistician has figured out that the
beer manufactured in the United Stales
r I a a n I
inrnisiies just i io (iniiKH to every man,
woman and child. In us much as ho mnnv
licliiie their 110, is a reason why so many
others have so littlo time for anything else.
- Lorry Anderson, of tho Hcudder; Pony
diedge, of the Alton; Billy Ingraham
and Lon Kioto, of the Gold Dusf, nro all
about to leave the cify after achieving a
social success. A benefit, for which Mr.
Will Smyth is already making preparations,
will be tendered them before their depart-
-The strong wind, which prevailed yes
terday evening, blew down not less than
twenty-live telephone wires, immediately
back of tho central office. They will,
however, In fill probability, again bo O. K.
and in perfect working order by tho time
this notice reaches tho eves of tho Hub-
Pof. Will Emery favored a number of
the subscribers to tho telephone with a con
cert on a piano, which was stationed In
Tuber Bros' jewelry store night before last.
Somo evening next week ho will, if agreea
bio 10 the subscribers, have all tho counec
tions niado at once, and produce a few
Tho ferryboat Three States makes only
two trips per day now, because tho floating
ice in tho Ohio river makes running and
landing difficult and dangerous. Captain
John Hacker remains 'on board day am
night in order to bo on hand In case of
Mr. Oberly will take the Cairo City
("Bulletin") bindery to Bloomington with
him, but there will still be connected with
this office a good binder and everything in
the way of receipts orders, check books
etc., will bo manufactured on short notice
at customary low rates
Shortly after buii down last night, the
breezes blowing from the direction of Pa-
ducah brought with them an able-bodied
remainder to the blue-nosed humanity of
tins burg of the unpleasant proximity of a
rendering establishment or something of
a like character. Had it como from any
other direction it would have been a sur
pnso to our citizens.
Wo acknowledge tho receipt from D.
M. Ferry & Co, of a package of flower and
garden seeds. The name of this firm is a
familiar ono in every town, village and
farm houso wo might say in tho inhabited
globe certainly everywhere in the United
States. It iaoncof the largest firms in the world
dealing in soeds, and their namo on a pack-
ago is a guaranteo that its contents are ex
actly as represented.
Quito a number 'of people gathered
along the Levee yesterday afternoon, to
witness what they supposed was the down
coming ice gorge, hut they were doomed
to disapointmcnt. The ice, though heavy
enough at first to warrant tho belief, soon
passed away. No danger to water crafts
is now apprehended from the down com
ing ice, and hence our wharfboats will re
main at their moorings.
The funeral of Mr. Chas. A. Saup will
take placo at two o'clock, this afternoon, at
the residence of Mr. Miller, on Ohio Levee,
at tho foot of Twenty-seventh street, and
proceed from there to St. Joseph's church,
from where tho remains will be conveyed to
the train at the corner of Fourteenth street
and Ohio Levee, which will convey them to
Villa Ridge. Tho friends jnd ncfji:
ances ol niscnsfici "arc invited.
Tropical Fruit Laxative, is the name
of a pleasant cure for costiveness and its
consequent ills. It is extensively advertis
ed and is coming, as it deserves, into
general use. It is made of the concentrat
ed juice of tamariuds, figs, and other
tropical fruits, into lozengers, and put up
twelvo lozenges in a box each. One a
dose, and sold by druggists at CO cents a
box. Its tasto is that of a slightly tart
Yesterday a one-armed negro, named
Jack Smith, conspired with unother negro
to rob a lad of ten dollars, and they sue
ceeded in doing so. While the vounir man
was walking along Ninth street, Jack came
upon him and snatched the money from
his hand. His accomplice, in order to
divert attention from the teal thief, started
upon a wild run, which had tho desired
effect. But Jack is well known to the
officers and will bo captured in duo time
The telephone wires caused considera
ble trouble to subscribers and all connected
with the system for n few hours yesterday
This was owing to tho fact that the wires
which were stretched during the cold weath
er havo slackened up considerably dur
ing tho past few warm days, and yesterday
frequently swung against each other
thereby interfering with communication.
The slack will bo taken out of them imme
diately and thereby all cause for complaint
will bo removed.
The attraction at the nthencum to
night should not bo slighted by anyone
who can enjoy u really good performance.
Tho reputation of the company is national
and insures the best entertainment to all
who attend. The Tony Denier Ilunintv
Dumpty Pantomime company, lias met
with the greatest bucccbs wherever they
have been this season, which leaves no
oubt of tho cxccllauco of their perform
ance, iun will be tho nrincmlo feature
in the entertainment. Reserved seats can
bo had at Dan Ilitrtman's.
Tho sidewalk on Washington avenue,
immediately above Tun Bulletin office,
is sorely in need of attention from the
authorities. It is not only rotten, but is
also lower than the street and is therefore,
(luring such weather as the present, con
stantly covered with water and mud. Dur
ing tho last two days It has been coverei
from edge to edge by not less than two
inches of water, and pedestrians who de
siro to pass up or down, havo been conv
polled to take tho other side of tho street.
to tho rcscuo and tho highwayman fled
without tho booty sought. The gentleman
temple and side of his head were pretty
badly mashed up by what was supposed to
be a brass knuck or slung shot." Tho man
referred to above is the ono who, whilo In
a drunken condftion, attempted to jump
from the cars, and was struck and knocked
down by the steps of tho cars, immediately
back of the one ho jumped from. Ho was
picked up by the officers and, being too
drunk to walk, was conveyed to a placo of
safety. This is the truth of tho affair, but
tho abovo is us near tho truth as the Padu
call papers are expected to get.
It will more or less interest Cairoites
that it is proposed to put into tho river ami
harbor bill the $1,800,000 required for the
trial of Capt. Cowden's plan tor the nn
provement of tho Mississippi river. The
river and harbor bill already amounts to
$3,000,000. If tho Cowden plan goes into
tho bill, then tho $3,000,000 required for
tho improvement ot tho Potomac will also
have to bo added to the bill. It promises
at the present timo to bo tho largest river
and harbor bill ever presented to congress,
It will bo passed through tho houso under
a suspension of tho rules
Now that our city fathers have le
cided that tho city shall be lighted with
g:is, the idea occurs why should it not
since we are adopting other modern dis
coveries adopt the electric light? The clcc
trie light, immediately upon its general
introduction, is destined to provo a formid
able competitor with gas because it will
be supplied ot much cheaper rates. One
of tho New York companies is now placing
its wires along three of the principal streets
of that city Broadway, Wall and Broad
agreeable to tho application of mjiny owners
of banking and other business houses
The price at present is only a trifle less than
that of gas, but, when the light comes into
common use, tho cost will bo greatly
-It occurs periodically, way up about
Newcastle, Pcnn. Some workmen have
turned up to the sacrilegious light of day
another lot of aboriginal relics, consisting
of battle axes, flint spear and arrow heads,
balls of lead and stone jugs, the latter
bearing a wonderful resemoi2iiCC (o the
ihoflcrn affair and proving almost conclu
sively that the ancient aboriginal tipplers
were in the habit of taking their's straight
from the mouth. The excavators expect
to discover an Indian graveyard soon with I
any amount of hideous skeletons. All of
the flour through tho finest Bilk cloth, have
also been put up. They are of tho latest
improved make and manufactured in St.
Louis. These ure tho principal improve
ments of the many that are being niado
and the only ones we luvo space to mention
to-day ami when completed which will bo
in the course of next week tho mills will
certainly be equal to tho best in the United
States. The mill is capable of producing
six hundred barrels of flour every twenty-
four hours, and is so arranged thut a break
in one portion of it no matter how
serious will not necessitate the shutting
down ot tho mill. In fact there aro two
soporuto mills in ono building and each
may be operated independently of the other.
Not a great while ago, Mayor Thistle
wood and Officer La Hue had occasion to
visit tho saloon of tho colored man, Thos.
Clark, on Ohio levee, between Sixth and
T'! -I. .1. i . l
r.i-oiuireer.s ami, wniie in mere, saw a
number of negroes gambling. The mayor
and tho officer captured some of the tools
and money and promptly informed Clark
(who was not in the building at tho time)
of what had taken place in his house. Re
appeared greatly surprised; said gambling
had never taken placo in his house to
his knowledge but to avoid
trouble ho would go to the court and plead
guilty to tho chargo and accordingly did
so and was fined. So far so good. The
proprietor of the building, who is a resi
dent of Cincinnati, hearing what kind of a
house Clark had turned tho building into,
and the insurance agent refusing to insure
it because it was occupied by him, ordered
Mr. John McNulty, the agent, to have it
vacated. Accordingly Mr. McNulty went
to work day before yesterday with the
laudable intention of carrying out the or
ders received. He employed Mr. George
Hendricks, as his attorney, and Mr. Clark
employed Messrs. Mulkey and Leek. The
case came up before Squire Osborn, where
it was argued at length tho docket of
Judge Olmsted's court being produced to
prove that Clark had plead guiltj:- fo.
yiniiomi- "u!but the
case was neciUfm m fm)r of
Clark. Thii:tfev,.ri was m,t to bc thc
emlol.if. Ywterdnj Mr. McNulty swore
otit a warrant agains Clark, under the stute
law, at the same time having Judge Olm
sted and Squire Osborn supienied as
witnesses in the case, although these gentle
men professed to know nothing about
Clark's doings. The case came up before
the supreme judge yesterday afternoon,
but it was apparent from the start that
THE ORIGINAL NKW ORLEANS MIX- j
The company follows in the lino cf th.',8;
Christy's, wh:ch sceni to be u perenniali!!
source of attraction, but they lave sonic; j
novel and interesting features. The mu-i
sical part ot tho performance is docidedlylCJ :
good, and the comic element in very weiO ,
sustained. Thc "cornctist," Mr. Benjamin,! :
is a very clever player, and does some as"
tonishing feats with his instrument. The"".'
"Clipper Quartette" ure very amusing, as i
also Mr. Charles Goodyear, tho comic mania..
of the company, who keeps tho house in
roar. Montreal Gazette. 7 ;
Tnis company will give ono entertain- - j
ment in Cairo, next Monday night and will 1 : ;
not fail to fill tho atheneuin to lack of
standing room. jj
jwkhyday increases the popularity and j j
sale of Carter's Little LiviT I'll Ih TLc i '
reason is that, when once used, relief is
omu iu iouow. cents.
no pi in
Josh Billing nays: "Tharo ain't
T., i ir:. i .i . .
uuai iiisiry mat liaz been et m. in. n.,,1
thot more oft than Appel pi, rim I no medi
cinkancuro Indigestun and Biliuuseness
hafsowell as Spring Blossom. Price 50
cents, trial size 10 cents.
A Card. !
To all who are suffering from the errors'
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc.. I u-iih
send a recipe that will cure you, free of i
chargo. This great remedy was discovered '
by a Missionary in South America. Send J
a self-addressed envelope to the Iter. i. i
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
Jaooji Mautzoi.p, of Lancaster. N. Y.. 1
says your PpriliL' Jilossoin woiks well f,,r
everything you recommend it, myself, wife
and children have nil used it, you can't find
a healthier family in New York Ku.t..
Oct. 5th, 1880.
NEW ADVERTISE. MKNT.
1 H KAI.E.-TIip Wln.lu- to
m uie nuu.'iin llulldllii: Ai,)U n
hi. HIM! .
1 Ot ACRPh IMIiu nut. ' "'
. Till! lmiH
went or lladff.1 1'.irlf uT'
nartlculr ... JrSj
Kloial.-.l f,,i;r ii. !c
acrm in . ultKiinn. f or
the long-hared philosophers and pre-his- matters and things were not to proceed
toric lunatics thereabouts are perfectly wild very 'lir without much rangling, many hard
with delight. A delegation from thc wonIs nn'' so,c little merriment. Mr
Smithsonian institute will encamp on thc Clark; desired a change of venue. He
swore that he could not receive justice
in so high a tribunal. But what should
bo done? A change of venue could not be
taken to Judge Olmsted nor Squire Os
oorn, since both had been
summonsed as witnesses in the nun
In another place in this issue of The
Bulletin, will be found tho advertisement
of Mr. Wm. Brown, a St. Louis mauufac-
turo and capitalist, who is in search of
from three thousand to ten thousand npm
of L'ood timber land, for thn n,,. f IIere surely dilemma, but one which,
establishing and maintaining a large saw after ni,lch '''-scratching and turning
mill and stave factory, in which fmm fiftv over of leaves of law books, the limbs
" " J ..r.,. i . - ... .
to one hundred men will bo constantly l"u '"' wno flPI''ren lor Air. Clark,
employed. Mr. Brown is one of the most l lu u l"' Al" r c"n"n with
enterprisin manufacturea of St. Tn; '-''uire "8,K,rn l,lt's(; prepared a statement
possessing ample means to carry out the l0w,1,cl ,,1C 'Sflu!ro BWor''. wtting forth
enterprise so briefly stated in the advertise- l'"u "u a "'""""esieu Ilftr'y knew
running wnaiever concerning the case be
fore the court, which was doubtless true.
But after much speech making on the part
of the attorneys, the court set asido the
r. !..: i i-i
amuaYH win nunou a cuange oi venue
to Squire Morgan, at Hodges
n..-i r - i i .
xurit, lor which place ail the parties
interested in the suit ns well as those sum
monsed as witnesses, will board the ei'dit
"viwr ii uj ii tins morn rn. it i
merit, and if Cairo could
secure the location ot
in iH vicinity, it
rive a material benefit
in any way
lliat southern Illinois could furnish Mr,
Brown exactly what he is looking lor we
have no doubt. Timber is plentiful and of
every variety; the locality is the most de
sirable and tho shipping facilities aro un
surpassed. In the hope that some of thc
owners of fine timber lands in this part of sM that the mor aml 0fficer LsIIuc.
tlic state will open negotiations with Mr.
Brown, we call general attention to his ad
Tho approaching Mardi Gra.s celebra
tion in Memphis will bo equal, if it it docs
not excel all former entertainments. Tho
different secret societies are preparing for
the event, which will attract crowds of peo-
plo from many Btatcs of the Union on
March 1st. The following missive has been
received at this offico :
'The UiikIii aounda oucc muru."
Ilunchmen! Horsemen I Bayonet chew-
being two very important witnesses, will
also bo sumonsed this morning, and that if
Mr. McNulty is not successful in his pres
ent effort to oust Clark another will im
mediately be made. Clark's business is
disgrace to any portion of tho town am
especially to his present locality, and it is,
therefore, to bo hoped that he will be forced
to take up his bed and walk as early
OAK T13IBEU LANDS
in in.m.i icr' or Korw Wliitc- (iKk T,(.,
Land moI.M, tor a suw iW.rl ,, s, ' ,r
emplovluK Vj Ui 100 D.eu. A.l.lr..'... Klvi,1(. lull ',,'.!;
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ur raiir'ia.i, pric, term. Ac.
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ONK NUiliT ONLY,
Monday Evening January 17.
Tho Oront "Orii mil"
In a auiree or refined Min.tr.O1-7, '" have tie la
GOODY HA It.
The Kliin f Sonj; and Dane.',
WKLHY and PKAlif,.
Toe Wonderful Jugler,
K Ij O T Z.
The W'lzzard Caruetlut,
JJ KNJ AM IX.
The I'leaniuc Tenor,
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M ItS. NK L LI I- OA I iTOX
1 he moet flnl.hed La.lv Il-irllone Horn s,.;.
Ixt of the day.
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AdiiilniOon, W cenln ' ' ' '
(.HO. II. LENNOX, ;-ii'l A.-'t,
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Saturday, January !.".
GILM0RE & DENTON'S
TDE LARGEST VAUDEVILLE AND SI'KUAL-
i mui ini.i ma, WUKLD.
ItTTwo to Six DlfTurnnl. Apt. tin ti... V:l...... ...
l, c fin ..... .... w.u .-ii... ni
Oiicninir the r.irf..rinntir-A
of an hour ahead of all other,
7:15, th:t'i! iimrt. r
Tho 1'aducah News says: "A man
camo up from Cairo to Metropolis on the
Giib Fowler last night, who had received
rather rough treatment at tho hands of tho
Egyptians. Ho camo down on the Vin
cennes road arriving there night before last
about 0 o'clock, and Rtepped into a saloon
to get a drink. Feeling In his pocket ho
found that ho had no loose change, and
pulled out a sack of silvercoiifaining about
100, paid for his drink out of this and
walked out. The gentleman had not much
more than cleared tho building, however.
until lie was knocked in the head by a big,
burly negro, whoatoncu tried to go for his
money bag. Fortunately tho proceeding
was witnessod by somo ono near, who camo
"My LIKE," said a irrateful ladr. "ha.
been ono of intense suilcrinir and mii;erv
until cured of a disfiguring scrofulous hu
mor by tho Cuticure Hi .'ineilieq." Auk vnnr
... m 1:. . . m. ... n .
lot iuuiiiioimnoiucrsi i no iNcopiutcs aro J'ruggisis anotitiiiem it troubled n th tch
in iuviiii, nut victory is announced 'g unit scaiy nuiaors.
tiirougu every Herald. I'eaco oromises a
lf her beauties, and iovollannta rm.rnu
liirou-'hout tlio ream. Tho ro ekinr rt 1 11 r. u,n.
draggoons, cavorting camels and razor- Gilmorc & Benton's Consolidated .Shows
horned elks aro fresh for tho fray. 'Hio will bo at the Athenetim Saturday night in
appearance- of our Memphi among mortal- all tlmir irlnrv nr 11,..,., .1, . u . m
i.y will be tho grandest meteoric outburst P ' H . Jn
that has ever da.zlcd tho senses. Let each """J'1' 'Gi!niorc& Benton inaugurated
knight burnish his armor and preparo for tncir we(ik 8 pcrformfiioo at t'10 Howard
pleasures hitherto unknown. Our queen last nitrht before 11 11 nidienee sneli U
salutes each member and orders strict rarely seen in Boston. Kvery seat
obedience Remember tho doom of tho . . . . .
a an niion 1 0. ,... ,s ""'" 1 ne second tier was
filled to its utmoht capacity by people, sit-
-Somo very extensive improvements tinSan" Ending, and the uppermost gal
havo for some weeks been m nro-'rcss in 1 Ty WBB "IL'r,llly jammed. Tho show whs
ilalliOnr Bros', mills, at the enrnnr f strict,y 't-c!ass and richly deserves the
Twentieth street and Ohio Lcvco, a brief rm"Ufimstlc reception accorded to it, as tho
account of which will interest tho : P ll('st CV(;r "wught together
public. Tho improvements am hnin 1,1 tins country. 1 he variety and ordinal
made under tho experienced rvo of Mr 01 1,10 l)U''lornianco aro as noticeable as
Louis Lauser, a practical millwright and ltS vetU!ral wccllenoe, and is worthy of tho
mechanic, of St. Louis, who snnnrint,..U1 patronago it is sure to receive."
tho improvements outdo about six months
ago. Ho is now engaged in putting tho
iinisiung touches on two new process
uniting cnests, which aro of tho newest
mako and inmienso affairs.
It. Sclietltenmuller. Brooklyn, writes: Your
Spring Blossom is invaluable. I havo had
Scrofulous sores on mv loira for n number
Thev nro I of veara. nml
located in tho front portion of tho mill. ot on my face. I have taken two bottles
extend from the second to tho third floor of 8l,r'nK Blossom, according to directions,
tho building, and contain ten reels each anu n'!w,a11 1'1" sores have disappeared and
Besides these six now purifiers. J ,, - ; tll Mhy' Prico50 CcntS
, ". 1 u.ui uuura ni tims,
Ol HOURS OF SOLID FUN. 01
f'i HOURS OF SOLID FI X.
No tedinua overture". Not
wiit. No curtHlr. Hut
a lialfiiiliinte tuo
BUSINESS FK0M TIIK WOKD (iO.
AD.MISsloNsnandTSrentK, Nn extra rlnrv for
rcaerved acata-aetiired at HaMuin.
c. urMiiii irainn irom an Pull.!. See ..nl. ui
announcement of nolnnid com p:mi-i.
1 A FRIDAY, 1 I
1 JANUARY 1
JIOML'S HKKiNN fjfl'HEME.
A Carnival nf Fun and Fr.lln. A Sine.' Murdl
(iraa. Arrlvul of LauKhluu IIIkIiim kh.
Tlio Groat Prophet ofFun,
and hie Matchlupa
II UMPTY DUMPTY
25 COMEDY CKEATOllS 25
O. W. II. ADAMS, "The Clown."
Oltl'IlKSTKA AND MILITARY HAND,
RuKiirved Heal on unlii at Hurlin...'. Piilililii-
Prlcoa-Heventy dvu Ciinta.
Notion lahcrehv irlvcn. that nn Hiitur.li.e n,., mi.
day of .1 iiituiiry m-xt, lioiweon tho ImiirK nf in
o'clock In the forenoon and 5 o'clock In tho after
noon of aald day, at tho Into farm ri'Mldencw of
laaac Walder. deceaaed. In town.l.ln 1? m ii o
venl. In Alr-xnnder and atatu of Illlnulu, n tier
aonnl (iroiurly of aald deceaneil, conalKtltiK of
hoiaea, imilca, Ciiltlo. Iiiik., fiirniliiB liiililciaelila
and machinery of varloiiH kin, I.. imuM-iinld and
kitchen furtiltoru about U.imiii i.m.i.u r ,-,,ni.
ahoul Ht aerea of prowiiiir wheat, and olher artlc.lea
will lie Hold at iiuhlic mle,
TEKMb OF HALK! I'liri'hnaea nf Icna thnti flva
dollara to ha paid in handj for that amount and
over, an a crud t of nine nioiith., thu purcluiKur
glylnu notj, with approved aecurltv.
Cairo, ) IIIuoIh, I)ccrtibtr !. 1SW,