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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOttNING, MAY 14, 18&2.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
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VftlVUt PAPBEOP CITY AND OOUHTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notiroi In tbm column. etKtit conu par line for
Ireland Ave crou pur line each lubsoqueni luier
llou. for on wk. 3i) cuuU par lino. For one
biunUi, 60 ovale per line.
Washington avenue, corner Seventh
etruct. Good day board at reasonable
rates. Meal ticketa . for transient board
er. Mita. Phil K. Howard.
Second Btory of building at corner of
Fourteenth Btrect and Washington avenue,
known as the Phillips building. Desir
bio location for loarding houso. Also
orb store room on first floor in the same
building. Apply at the saloon at the cor
ner. N. K. Chose.
led stub, suited to any business, manufuc
torod and for paid at the Cairo Bulletin
Two story brick house on 20th street. The
key can be found at Mr. Whitakcr's iu the
Oourt-Oouso Hotel next door.
8t. Jacob Kline.
Fob Rext. Cottago on ICth street. Ap
ply to Mrs. Fitzgerald, licLLKTis building.
Two or three good, steady and indus
trious boys to loam the machinist trade.
Nono need apply unless willing to bind
themselves for four years with the consent
of their parents to learn the trade. Also
one or two to learn the moulding trade.
Aply to J. D. Reed, Cairo, Ills. lw.
Having built a new oven of large capaci
ty, I have now recommenced baking bread
ot all kinds, which can bo had fresh every
day at my place of business, the Union
Bakery, on Commercial avenue IkjIow Sixth
street. lw. Frank Kratkv.
Rooms, furnished or unfurnished on sec
ond floor of Tub Bulletin building. Ap
ply, up stairs, Mrs. Fitzgerald.
First class saddle and buggy horse, with
pod buggy, single haruebs, saddle and
bridle; all iu first class order. Apply at
UsoTheCaiiio Bullktih perforated
cratch-book, made of calondured iute
elo, In three sizes, at the olfico. No. 3 and
I. Ave and ton cents each by the singlo one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
v Fob Rust. Sherman Houo, two story
brick, 18 rooms and 2 halls, ami side Com
mercial avo., between Fourth and Fifth
streets. Apply on premises Mrs. Mc
Oormack. Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through the season
dolivorlug ice to all parts of tho city. I
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my office on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left A share of your bus-
. f I , . l i .
innga lfl ftoi kmipii Ann nriwri mill rerotvn
prompt and carelul attention.
Geo. W. Bfenck,
To the Citizens of Cairo and Surround
The undersigned would respectfully an
nounce that ho has removed his jewelry
tore(for many years established in Paducah,
Ky.,) to 110 Commercial avenue, oppoHite
tho Opera House, this city, where ho will
be pleased to attend to anything in his line.
It shall be my aim to keep a well selected
Btock of watches, clocks, jewelry, etc. on
hand, and rospectfully refer to any former
or present citizen of Paducah, Ky., as to
reliability, etc. All work entrusted to my
care will be carefully executed, and be of
the highest order of merit,
01. Jso. A. Mili.eh.
ICEI ICE!! ICE1M
TO ICE CONSUMERS.
I am now prepared to furnish ice, both
at wholesale and rtftail (In any quantity),
to all parts of the city, or for steamboats
or general shipment. Orders should be
addressed to Jacob Kleo, cor. 8th and Ohio
leteo, or given to the drivers of wagons
Office open day and night. Jacou Klee.
taught their daughters that "a stitch in
time saves nine." A pill in time saves not
only nino, but ofttimcs an Incalculable
amount of sulfrring as well. An occasion
ftl doao of Dr. Pierce's Pellet3 (Little Sugar
coated Pills), to cleanse the stomach and
bowels, not only prevents diwoBts but often
breaks up sudden attacks, when taken in
time. By druggists.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be given somo cntcrpriseing man
to Tus bulletin Building, which is now
offered for salo on easy terms, fang time
and low rate of interest. The building
, his routed for tho past year, for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
. The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildups -a threo Btory 40x00 and a
two story 10 x 43. Has a frontage of (50
foot on Washington avenue and 1I0 feet on
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
cine, boiler, &c, In the 2 story buOdiug
will be sold with it. Tor particulars ad-
' dress this office, or John II. Obcrly, Bloom
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
HoIIcm In thaw eoiuiuu, ua ceou pee lln
Mb loaerUon. Marked
Window shades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. tf
Go to Paducah Sunday, the 14th a
lovely trip for $1.00. 4t
Wanted to ront, a cottage In good loca
tion apply with terms to Bulletin office.
The traverse jury will commence work
in the circuit court to-morrow morning.
Persons wishinc to file objections to
sidewalk or any other tax, should call on
tho county court to-morrow forenoon.
Only one dollar for a trip to Paducah
on tho Threo States Sunday. Everybody
Mouldings and picture frames at Jeff
In the case of tho people vs. Jack sul-
livan, and Pete Frazier, a nolle was entered
by tho state's attorney on Monday.
Don't fail to seeGrosornor Balmoral at
the City Shoe Store to-morrow. A. Black,
140 Commercial avenue. It.
Remember that Sunday excursion to
Paducah on the Threo 8tates, fare only one
Wo have several copies of The Bulle
tin extra, containing Knights Templar
speeches, for sale at this office.
A branch of Catholic Knights of
America," an order similar to that of the
"Knights of Honor is being organized .in
Don's fail to see Grosornor Balmoral at
the City Shoe Store to-morrow. A. Black,
140 Commercial avenue, It.
Professors Goes & Lemon's brass and
string bands will accompany tho excursion
to Paducah Sunday, 14th, and furnish fine
musio for the occasion.
Coal was in as great demand yesterday
and the day before as it had been at any
time during tho winter. Dealers in that
commodity .did a good business.
Mrs. S. Williamson wants a young lady
to work in straw or millinery. Any young
girl desiring Jo learn the business can now
get a situation. !
Marshal Myers omnibus proclamation
against mules, horses, hogs, beer kegs, box
es and dogs, published in another column
will interest many.
The excursion to Paducah on the ferry
boat Threo States, which was to have
come off to-day, has 'been postponed until
next Sunday, because of the prospects of
bad weather to-day.
One case of varioloid was reported to
the authorities yesterday. The victim was
aBonof Mr. W.T. Scott, a young maa of
about eighteen years of ago. He has but a
light attack of tho disease.
. Iq apodal locals appears tho advertise
ment of Mr. Frank Kratky, of the Union
Bakery. Having built a now oven ho ib
again prepared to resume the baking of all
kinds of broad, etc.
Tho moving of The Bulletin office is
a fixed fact and will take place about the
first of June, or as soon as the necessary
repairs can be made to the building to bo
occupied, No. 78 Ohio Levee.
Tho ladies of tho Methodist church
will give an entertainment next Thursday
evening at Hartman's hall, tho novel fea
turo of which will be a broom drill" by
sixteen young ladies. Music, cream, etc.,
will be secondary affair.
Tho thermometer ranged between forty-six
and sixty-two degrees above zero in
the northwest yesterday, which is certain
ly far below what it would bo reasonable
to expect in May. Rain was reported from
Chattanooga, Dubuque, Nashville and
Those who are looking for vocal music
suitablo for the ceremony on decoration
day, would do well to examino tho new
chorus, "Wo Como Silent Heroes," written
expressly for such occasions. Sent post
paid to any address on receipt of 40 cents.
S. Brainard's Sons, Publishers, Cleveland
O., and Chicago, III.
Wo noticed yesterday Mrs. S. William
son Belling hats at 25 and 50 cents, which
we consider an extremely low price. She
has just received a big stock and is selling
to her customers at very near cost. In ad
dition to selling, sho also does bleaching
and reshapes hats into tho very latest styles
at reasonable rates. , It.
Curses, not loud but deep deep as
tho mud in which pedestrians flounder,
come up from the unfortunates that have
tried to pass over tho slippery board that
spans the break in the rickety sidewalk on
Seventh between Walnut and Cedar. Will
tho Btrett rommittoo make a note of it and
thereby savo souls.
An cntertainmont, under tho auspiceB
of tho Aid Society of tho Methodist church,
will bo given at Hartman's hall May 18th.
The famous Broom Brigade Drill that has
attracted, pleased and crowded audiences
wherever given. Popular music well ren
dered on cornet, piano and organ, vocal
solos in short, an attractive programme and
fine refreshments will bo served to all. It
In a letter to the Cairo Gazette Mr. B.
8. Harrell of Cleveland, Ohio, says: 'I ex
pect to be in Cairo in time to be on hand at
your 4th of July celebration, if not sooner,
but for tho recent little dampness down
there, I should have come to Cairo last
month, I am now only waiting for business
matter to pick up a little, before I come
' Circuit court convenod again at the
courthouse yesterday, but no criminal
cases were taken up for trial. Two, divorce
cases wuo settled. Francis J. Baray was
gran'od a divorce from Bottie Baray, and
Mrs, Scott was relieved of all obhgatiui i
toward Mr. Scott. Somo time was con
sumed in calling over the docket and or
ranging cases for trial this week. Court
adjourned about noon to conveno again to
All persons are notified that from this
day all mules, horses and boar hogs fouud
running at largo in the cityjcontraiy to law,
will bo impounded and tho owners prosK.u
ted. Saloon keepers and business men gen
erally, are notihed that thoy must not place
any beer krgs, barrels, etc., on the sidewalks
and streets hereafter. Dog owners are also
notified that tho war on dogs upon which
taxes have not boen paid has begun. L. II.
Myers, City Marshal.
Tho fashionable shoe for ladieB sum
mer wear is mado of Mat Kid and Cur Kid
fixed with pointed toe, and perforated toe
caps of patent leather ot the Deawood tip
patera. This Shoo is mado to lace in front,
the lacing piece boing of patent leather,
fastening with eyes and patent books on
top, making in all a very handsome and
stylish shoe. This shoe is known as the
Grosornor Bulmoral, and will be on salo at
the City Shoe 8tore Monday morning. La
dies wishing to keep up with the prevailing
styles, should not fail to examino these
shoes. A. Black, 140 Commercial ave. tf
About twe weeks ago Mr. Michael
Glenn, the dray man, bought a mule from
someone passing thorugh the city, paying
one hundred dollars for tho animal. Yes
terday a stranger arrived in tho city, pro
fessedly from Arkansaw, who complained
to the chief of police that some one had sto
len a horse and mule from him and that he
had traced the animals to this city. Learn
ing that Mr. Glenn had bought a mule, the
stranger paid him a visit and identified
the mule as his own. Mr. Glenn will very
likely lose the mule and the money as the
stranger affirms positively that the anima
is his, and the seller hps disappeared.
-Yesterday tho river was within a very
little of again covering the track of tho St.
Louis and Cairo railroad above the city, and
it seems probable that the road will again
be compelled to euspend operations with
Cairo before many days. At the rate of
three thousand and five hundred dollars per
week, which, according to the company's
own Bhowing, is the rate of loss whenever
its traffic with Cairo is cut ' off, what the
company would lose in two weeks and what
it has spent in repairing its present tracks
near the city, would enable it to build more
than its share of tho embankment propos
ed by the citizen's committee, and would
have given it permanent and undisputed
entrance into the city.
-The case of tho People vs. Jack Lally
for conspiring to swindle the city out of
money, was called in tho circuit court Mon
day; but tho defendant didn't appear for
trial and his bond turns out to havo been
"straw." The result ia that tho young
criminal goes freo to become the scourge of
some other community as he has baen that
of this. Thero is certainly something gain
ed to this community by having such char
acters run out and kept out by suspending
indictments and warrants over their heads,
but the object of all law and government
is the punishment of criminals in accord
ance with the enormity of thoir crimes. In
this alone lies the safety of society.
-East St. Louis Gazette : "Of tho 1,500
convicts in tho Juliet penitentiary, 13 are
barbers, 21 bakers, 7 barkeepers (lots of
their customers), 17 butchers, 21 clerks, 21
cooks, 25 farmers, 318 laborers, 1 lawyer, 1
clergyman (who killed his wife), 2 doctors,
and 107 of no occupations. Thero aro 553
teetotalers, 485 intemperate, and 373
"moderate drinkers." Of Roman Catholics
there are 870 ; Methodists, 37 ; Presbyterians,
31; Lutherans, 13; Baptists, 26; Episcopal
ians, 5; Jews, 6; Christians, 8. There are
175 who cannot either read or write, and
none who havo liberial educations." "553
teetotalers!" Isn't the Gazette mistaken
about that? Less than one-third "intern-
pcrato" and more than one-third total
abstainers) Tho Gazette is certainly mis
taken, or elso Illinois tcetotalistn is less
effectual as a cure for crime than Arkansav
To-day wo give tho finishing chapters
of "The Gypsy ' CurBe," and noxt week will
commence a new story, "Mona Bcully, tho
IriBh Bride of an Englishman," which,
judging from the opening chapters received
at this office, will provo tho best that wo
havo yet offered tho readers of tho Sunday
and Webklt bulletin. In sulecting toose
serial stories we aim to furnish matter not
good for human nature's daily food, nor too
bad for any boy to road matter judicious
ly selected, avoiding tho praise of vices
which may bo easily practiced at homo,
and wherein lies the teal danger of these
stories matter void of preaching ond stiff
ness, yet sufficiently interesting to rivet tho
attention of tho lover of fiction : that we
have been successful in our efforts wo be
lieve our readers will all admit, and there
lore shall await without fear their verdict of
the story of Mona Scully, tho beautiful
Irish girl of Wicklow.
Tho temperanco peoplo mot at Roform
ball Friday night, principally for the pur
pose of electing a May Quocn. Both or
ganizations were well represented, but it
was evident that many had remalnod away
because of bod weather. After somo fine
instrumental and vocal music Miss Mablo
Detrich read a sekction which was well
received, Nomination? and ballotings for
May Quoen then begn ond continued for
about half an hour, when it was-decided
by vote to adjourn over until Monday
night to continue and conclude the, elec
tion. At tho conclusion (he veto stood as
follows: Miss Jennie Wright, 33; Miss
Msttie Petrie, 4; Mitts Maud Ritteuhousu,
3; Miss Minnie Smith, 6; Miss Maud
Black, 4; Miss Nannie Thompson, 1 ; Miss
Emma Uogan, 15; Mr. Phil Saup, 2; Mr.
G. M.Alden,2; Mr. W. L, Bristol, 2; Mr.
Robort Guthrie, 2; Mosnrs. Guy Morse and
Dibbs, each 't. Tho meeting adjourned
with a ton by a quartette composed of
Misses Ella Kent, Jennie Wilson, and
Mewsrs. Thomas Home and Guy Morse,
and accompanied on the organ by Miss
Fannie Barclay. Tho meeting was gener
ally very pleasant and afforded much
amusement for all present.
A mass-meeting of republicans held
at Metropolis, Massac county, on the Cth
instant resolved "that tho high qualifica
tions, and distinguished services of our
neighbor, Hon. Jno. R. Thomas, entitle
him not only to a renomination, but to a
triumphant ro-election by tho entiri people
of the district, and the delegates ot Mas
sac to the convention to nominate a can
didate for representative in Congress for
this district are hereby instructod to cast
the vote of Massac county as a unit for
him first, last and as long as his name is
before the convention. Resolved, that in
the event Hon. John R. Thomas should
not bo a candidate before the convention,
or that his name should be withdrawn, the
delegates hereby appointed, are instructed
to cast the vote of Massac county for 0. N.
Damron of Johnson county, as their second
In its report to tin; circuit court Fri
day tho grand jury referred to thecouuty
jail as being unfit for habitation even by
criminals, and intimated that something
should be done to provide better quarters for
the criminals of the county. Similar reports
in former years to thecouuty board had been
disregarded, said the grand jury, and it
hoped that the court would act iu the mat
ter. Tho grand jury was probably induced
to take notice of the condition of the jail by
tho request of the so called Indian, W. A.
Ross, that he be aasignoda more comfort
able room. But however this may be, the
urand jury did well in taking cognizanco of
the unhealthy condition ot the jail. Un
healthy, not because unclean, but becausu
of it? bad construction and arrangement.
It is as clean as water, whitewash, paint and
work can keep it. It is studiously, con
stantly kept so by Jailor R. Fitzgerald who
is almost as aesthetic as the Kt. Louis and
Cairo railroad company is narrow gauge.
But the question is, if the court orders that
a new jail be built, or that the old bo re
modelled, where in the name of all the
worms of all the graves' of Christendom and
Bob Inersoll is tho county board to get the
money with which to defray the expenses
of such a job! It seems impossible, just as
impossible as it is to induco "a lover of jus
tice" to do justice, or Old Granny 'Argus
to stand up for the right in the face of op
position, or the St. Louis and Cario Com
pany to "quit fooling;" but it may be that
the superior financiering talent of tho coun
ty board will bo able to devise some means
for obeying tho court's order.
The Cairo markets are assuming a very
tempting appearance of late. Vegetables
of every discription are to be seen and
fruits, tho finest that the season afford,
are displayed in an attractive manner. Tho
Cairo public certainly has reason to feel
grateful to the commfssiou men und to tho
keepers of tho market stands for their efforts
to obtain everything tho climes of the ex
treme south or north affords. But whilo all
this is pleasant to contemplate, one is dis
appointed to loam that nearly all the finest
and earliest vegetables, etc., are raised away
from Cairo at places that have uo advan
tages over Cairo in tho way ot earlier
springs and more regular weather. Padu
cah gardeners furnish Cairo market men
with most of tho best and earliest vegetables
every year. Mr. George Cowling does a
very profitable business from early spring
till full furnishing our market with radish
es, lettuce, turnips, beets, cabbages, aspara
gus, cherries and other things in largo
quantities. Yesterday ho brouiht down
Untie GobbaKOcrat"'" tilled with fine, almot
solid, heads of lettuce, somo of them mean
ufinjf ton inches across and weighing
noarly a pound, which were mistaken by
many for heads of cabbage. Large, white
cherries, too, were brought from Paducah,
and other delicacies peculiar to the market.
Now, why will Cairo gardeners allow the
gardenursjof Paducah to monopolize Cairo's
markets? Why cannot they ralBO as
good and as early vegetables as their Pudu
cah brothers? It is a notorious fact that
good vegetables are higher in Cairo than
they are in other cities, and tho reason is
only '(hat Cairo market men are compelled
to bo) id to foreign murkuts fur thoir stocks.
It w mid soem that an experienced garden
er, who will invest a thousand or two
thouand dollars in tho necessary arrange--mei
ts for raising fine uud early vegetables
iu Cairo, would make ft fortune or two
within a year or two.
Oranny Argus tho otuer evening sought
to excuso and explain tho stubbornness,
unreasons and inconsistency exhibited by
Of Every Description, from the minutest article up to a
Youth's or Gentleman' Complete Outfit. A largo Assort
ment of STRAW HATS AND STIFF BJRLMMED FEALT
II ATS of the latest styles just received. .
.ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise wo buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND Wo havo ample capital and are prepared to buy cash down.
0 iuiulf eare aiauumes reprcscnteu
niiii in oiwuyu on mo looaoui.
Now.it is by taking advautago of theso opportunities that wo do from time to time,
name such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are selling Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears tho ticket with full name Middlesex Co. 10 00 None
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for ifJ.50, worth 15.00. A very nob
by Rod Silk Mixed Suit at $13.50, worth $19.00. We do not sell icoods tor less thancost.
We want it distinctly understood that wo make a small profit on everything wo sell, for
that priuciplo by which a merchant can seli tjoods for less than cost, and still keep Btora,
has never yet been discovered. Come and see our goods. You will not bo importuned
J. 13URGEH & BBO,
.At IPalaco Clothing House,
108 Commercial Avcnuo.
the managers of tho St. Louis and Cairo
railroad in their negotiations with the
citizen's committee of five, by saying: "The
Wabash railroad runs tho entire length of
the city, through it, and if railroads are to
keep up the MissUsippi embankment, it is
no more than right that this road should
do a share of it. It has the protection of
the embankment as much as tho St. Louis
& .Cairo road, and to ask the latter road to
alone contribute to keep it updoes not ap
pear equitable. This doubtless is about
the view the St. Louis & Cairo officials
take of the matter, and why no understand
ing has been arrived at with them about it.
They do not feel like expending many
thousands of dollars to protect another road,
which will do nothing to protect itself."
Because tho Wabash railroad "runs tho
entire length of the city through it," there
fore the St. Louis and Cairo company is
justified in refusing to build tho proposed
embankment with the city; becauBO the
Wabash company "has the protection of
the embankment a9 much as the St. Louis
and Cairo company, therefore tho latter
company has a right to refuse to assist the
city iu protecting it (the latter company);
because Smith wont join Jones in throwing
watir on Jonr.s' burning homestead, there
fore Jones ia justified in common son so 'to
refuse Brown's assistance in quenching the
flames. It certainly "does not appear
equitable" to require the St. Louis & Cairo
company to join the city in giving it, tho
company, perpetual protection againBt the
river, but it certainly docs "seem equitable"
to ask the Trust Property company, and tho
Illinois Central company, and the city to
do so. Tho Trust Property company, and
tho Illinois Central company, and the city
have no right to "not feel like expending
many thousands of dollars to protect" one
or two people or corporations who "will
do nothing to protect themselves" of course,
thy have not. But tho St. Louis
and Cuiro compasy is a privileged organ
ization; it is an extraordinarily, a
painfully, aesthetic organization and is par
ticular ol its associates objects to plebian
municipal irovcrntnunts as associates in
tho prosecution of a piece of work for
mutual benefit. It certainly has a right to
be aesthetic, and prudish, and unreasonable,
and inconsistent, and suicidal, and stub
born, and ui'.rrow-miuded as well as narrow
gauge. It has a right to be and to do any
thing which ordinary people and compa
nies have no right to bo and to do, there
fore it must not be judged by tho common
rules of right and reason.
Col. Sam Bams was iu tho city, from
Hodges Park, Friday and reports tho river
encroaching on the highway. Ho thinks
this morning's sun will shine on a road
covered with water and a peoplo cut off
from entering tho city. CoU Burns is an
inducntiul colored man of his precinct.
Mr. an4 Mrs. II. Park, of Muskcgan,
Mich., are iu tho city visiting tho lattor's
sister, Mrs. P. K. Howard.
Mr. B. F. Blue, formerly of tho Green
Lino in this city, was recently appointed
general freight agent of tho Chessapcak &
Ohio railroad, at Richmond. Va.. where ho
went to live Borne timo ago.
Mr. M. J. Howley left tho city yester
day for a visit to friends in tho cast. He
will spend a few days in Cincinnati, Wash
ington and New York City beforo he re
turns. Mrs. L. B. Church and Mrs. E. A. Bur
nett left Cairo on tho Wabash train yester
day morning for Evansville, where they go
for a weeks visit to friends of Mrs. Church.
Mr. Frank Kratky has been very ill from
overwork fur a week or more, but is ablo to
bo about again.
Mr. Joseph Robarts, of Mound City, was
in tho city yesterday. When in Cairo ho is
always particular to walk only on our
twelve foot wldo flaggin? pavements, in or
dtir not to interfeio with other pedestrians
and to avoid being "chucked" in the ribs
by hurrying passers-by.
Capt. T. W. Shields has gone to Louis
ville, to attundtho ruccB.
Mrs. N. B. Thistlowood haa1)oen very
sick for a week past, and was reported no
better yesterday. ''
lu eastern markets by a resident buyer,
Whit bold tbli fablud pirat. ctvo
Ttit I bd proudlT thought to robr
A CMhloe old, t tutrble !vu, .
A beert whoio pulne bth e Med to tkrob.
. An klur onto Mbcs barned.
A wnrd tl darkened by time's rust "
A chalice with Hi wine o'erturaed
Upon ambatid ofbanun dait.
Strangely dim bth erowntho p1rto' ere
Aod pale tbe dark flunti of b! ckeek
Twere bettor from tbli apot to fiy
And wealth from brighter pot to aeek.
Death larka within Hill awful g'oum
Wlti foottep bnnhed, como, leare the place;
Well doth the robber troard hie tomb,
Let fall the curtain u'or bts fare!
May8tb.l LIS WOOD.
Women are everywhere using and
recommending Parker's Ginger Tonic, be
cause they have learned from experience
that it speedily overcomes despondency,
indigestion pain or weakness in tho back
and kidneys, and other troubles peculiar to
the sex. Home Journal. See adv.
Extiiact. For persons suffering from
exhaustion of tho powers of the brain and
nervous system, from long and continued
study or teaching, or in those cases of ex
haustion from which so many young men
suffer, I know no better medicine for re
storation to health than Fellows' Compound
Syrup of Uypophosphites.
Edmoj-d Clay, M. D.,
Pugwash, N. 8.
It is a remarkablo fact that Thomas 'Ecleo
trico Oil is as good for internal as external
usa. For diseases of the lungs and throat,and
for rheumatism, neuralgia, crick in the
back, wounds, and sores, it is the best
known remedy, and much trouble is saved
by having it always on hand. P. O. Schub,
To Persons About to Marry. .
"To persons about to marry," Douglass
Jerrold's advico was "don't;" we Buppb
ment by saying, without laying in e sup
ply ot Spring Blossom, which cure albu
minaria and other kidney and bladder com
paints. Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
cents. P. O. Schuh, Agt.
Wat elx:tcd by a majority of tun tbouaand votoe
- -to bo the fluent Sc. cl)ar In tho market.
J. Thomas AVitliam.
ArroKKnr and ColnsilLob at Law.
Will practice In all tbo conrta of Mln.onrt and
Illinois, local and aupreme; and In the. L'ullod
titatua con rt for the Kantnrn district of Mieaonrl.
Clulma. collection!, taxea. title and loana at
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SnOP AND
-i- STEAM FOROE.
Vuloan Iron Works
9 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. IUS.
JOHN T. RENNIE.
HAVINU eBtablWhod works at tho abova mn-
manufacturing Htoara Bnjfluof and Mill Machinery.
Having a Btoara Hummer and amplo Too J, tno
manufacturing of all klnda of Machinery, Kallroad,
bteamboat and llrldun Forging mado Iff!'?':
WKjiecitti auunuuu riyou iu myn
llraMCantlngaofatlkinpa made to order,
l'llie Fitting Ip alltti branchoa. -
METAL TIP LAMP WICK.
Pntantad Pec. 7th. IflJIO.
Thta Wick give" allrllllant Whlto Light, superi
or toOa", requlroa no trimming and la.ta for ma
nv months, M the Oil hnrna and not tho wick. 1
wffloew 8 wlck.,ct!i. iawtcka,78cta. 144
Wlcki 1710. Hontbynl on receipt of price.
State ilie TWe havo four tlios, No. 0, , flo. t.
Mi' W Agenu. MfeTAL TIP LAMP WlOU
CO.VJOCoortlandl St., Wow York.