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THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFFJCK: NO. 7a OHIO LKVEE.
KNTKURU AT THE CAIKO POHTOFFICE FOK
tlUNHMIBSlON THKOLOU TUB MAILS AT SEC
OND CLASS RATES.
0?lUiAL FAPKB OF CITY AND COtNTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NoUcm lii tun column, eigtit cents per Una for
lrtatidfle eeuts per lint eachuliequunt Inier
lon. Kor ons wk, 30 cent, per lino. 'or one
h onth, 611 cent per lino.
50 c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DuBtun's.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured a'jd for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
To Be Continued.
The business of tbe lato Wm. Alba will
bo continued by Mrs. Alb at tlie old place.
Mr. Conrad Albi will have personal super
vision of the business and will seo that it
is conducted in the future as it was in the
past, under the able management of de
ceased, in a manner that will givo the
greatest satisfaction to the patroua of the
establishment. A continuance of the cus
tom uf the past is solicited.
Try John A. Miller's jewclcry estab
lishment before you make your Holiday
purchases. He has anything you want md at
lowest prices. tf
Grand Opera Restaurant opposite
Opera House up stairs, Back entrance on
7th street. Oysters in every stylo. 11-26 tf
in market at DcBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
A OOOD RESTAURANT. .
If you want a good tneul call at Schoen
meyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ington Ave. Only 25 cents lor a regular
meal, and day boarders will find the best
accomodation on reasonable terms.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBmin's.
Lvlie3 Kjstuuraut opposite Opera
Ilouse. Gus Botto proprietor, 11-20 tf
Foil Oysters in any style go tho Grand
Opera RiMaurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
go toDeliaun's, 5G Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of bUckmitbing and wagou work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work douo promptly. tf
at DcBaunV, 50 Ohio levee.
Boils, pimples, and all blood diseases
are cured by "Dr. Lindsey's Blood Searcher."
Sold by ull druggists. Never fails.
Mr. J. Vandekvekk, Druggists, Grand
Iliven, Mich. I can safely recommend
Ely's Cream Balm for the cure of Catarrh,
Cold in the Head, &c. Ik f.nc I have iis.:d
the first bottle I purchased of you. I find
myself cured. At times I could scarcely
smell anything and had a headache inst
of the time. Henry Lily, Atfcnt for the.
American Express Co., Grand Haven, Mich.
John Goden, 001 21st street, Chicago,
III., siys: "Brown's Iron Bitters is the best
tonic I have ever used."
A Varied Performance.
Many wonder Iijw Parker's Ginger
Tonic can perform such varied cures, think
ing it eesenco of ginger, when in fact it is
made from many valuable medicines which
act beneficially on nvery diseased organ.
A Couffu, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. iNeglect frequently
suit :n an Incurable Lung disease or on
suuvptiou. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough synps
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the. Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Sneakers arc subicct to. For thirtv
vears Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
1. it. . I
give pciiect saiisiHCiion. xiaving ocen
tested by wide and constant uso for nearly
an entire veneration, thev have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies ot tne age. Sola at v.) cents a
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot bo said of tit j ever
faithful wile and mother, constantly watch
lng and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach und bowels regulated, blood pun
tied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must kuow that Electric Bitters arc tho only
sure remedy. They are the best and pureBt
meciicltie in tho world and only cost fifty
cents, ouiu uy uarry w.Bchuh. (4)
A General Ktaiiinetle.
Never was bucIi a rutin nude for any
Drug Store as is now at Harry W. Schuh's.
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery tor Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons aflocted with Asthma. Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
ainai uottie ot tins great remedy free, by
caning ai aoove mug More. (4)
Over 250,000 Howe scale have been sold,
and the demand increasing continually,
Bordun, Bullock Ss Co., agents, St. Louis,
Fine stock of Christmas goods, jewel
cry watches clocks and silverware st John
A. Miller), tf
THE DAILY CAIRO" BULLETIN: SATURDAY
"Tho buildings on corner of 20th St. and
Commercial avenue, now occupied as coop
er shops. UnloBS disced of by private
sales the buildings will bo sold at public
auction, on Tuesday Dec. 10th. Tho build
ings to bo removed by January 1st 1883."
12-13 Ot. UALLIDAT BROS.
Cairo Lodge K. of JI. H12.
All members are requostod to attend next
meeting Dec. 20 at 7 p. m. as there will be
an election of officers for tho eosuing term
and other important business. By order of
Lodge. 6t P. G. Powell, Reporter.
Having purchased tho bakery of J.
Anthony, on Washington avenuo between
Otli and 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
tho public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&c. of the best quality at tho lowest prices
to be found iu the city. Call and seo me.
12-1 3-tf Jacob Latner.
Diamonds, and jowelery, latest styles;
gold and silver watches. French clocks
&c, &c. at John A. Miller's. tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thene commas, ton cants per Una,
ch innnrttnn and whther marked or not, if calcu
lated to Toward any rami's bunlnons Interest are
always paid for.
Skates of all kinds at C. W. Hender
son's on Twelfth Btreet. tf
Mr. Sol, Silver returned yesterday
from his periodical visit to his family.
School children will and The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor salo at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
Go to Joe Bernath's on 0th Bt. and
select your Christmas and New Yeats
Wanted large, clean, cotton rags at
5c. per pound at Tub Bulletin office to
day. Happy Cal Wagner U with Barlow
Wilson & Co's, splendid company ot Ethc
Two of Cairo's sportsmen visited tho
fields near Pulaski Thursday and bagged
several dozen of quails.
The Ilallidity Bros, advertise tho
building corner 20th and Commercial for
sale, to be removed by 1st of January.
Barlow Wilson & Co's grand combina
tion of burnt cork artists, include 6 cora
ediutis 14 end men, 13 solo singers, and 14
song and dunce men.
Thomas Goings, driver for Mr. W. L.
Bristol, and J Viughn, bath colored,
were married by Magistrate Comings at
his oQko Tuursday night.
Just received a large stock of fine
opera glasses, pearl und other kinds', lor
aile and hire; also fine jewelry, watches,
clocks and plated ware, at Buder'B jewelry
For skates, go to C. W. Henderson's,
on Twelfth and Commercial. tf
The Barlow, Wilson & Co. combination
contributes more good, able-bodied fun for
tho many than any entertainment on the
road. Buder is selling tickets rapidly, in
cluding reserved seats 75, 50 and 25c.
Miss May Pierco, of G)Icorih, wbo
has been visiting friends here lor a month
or two, left for homo on the steamer Gus
Fowler yesterday aftemoMi. Djring her
stay here, she becim quito a favorite with
those with whom shecimo in contact.
S inson & Co., art publishers, say of
their artist prools, steel engravings: These
pictures cannot be bought at retail any
where in the world lor less than f 15 each.
If you are not fully satisfied they are worth
it, keep them without giving us any return
in advertising or otherwise." They are 30
x40 in size, and are offered for sale by The
Bulletin for f 15.00 per pair for the noli-
C. W. Henderson, at Twelfth and Com
mercial, keeps the largest acd best assort
ment of skates in tho city. tf.
The lithographic display throughout
tho city representing the Barlow Wilson
company in their specialties is tho first we
have seen iu a long time.
Tho new school room selected by the
board recently, in which to accommodate
Borne of tho children of the over-crowded
rooms iu tho public bcIiooI buildings, was
opened yesterday with Miss. Whitacro in
charge. Tho room will lmvev about sixty
-Tho firm of Pettis & Meredith will
soon bo dissolved, probably by tho 1st of
January. Mr. Meredith has bought out
Messrs. Yocum & Broderick, and will con
duct that business in his own name, while
Mr. Pettis will continue at the old placo in
his own name. Messrs. Ii. & Y. will go
into something as yet undecided upon.
Naoni, tho great juggling and pla!e
spinning wonder, contributes largely to tho
fino entertainment given by tho Barlow,
Wileou & Co. combination who appear
lure Monday night at tho Opera Ilouse.
On Wednesday tlio SOiIi instant, at tho
residenco of the biido's parents on Wash
ington avenue, Miss Nannio T. Thompson,
daughter of Captain and Mrs. II. V. Thomp
son, iu to be married to Mr E. P. LiBter, of
the Mobile and Ohio railroad. Rev. Nel
son, of Chicago, is to perform tho cere
Two flat-car loads of cotton caught
fire in tho up town yurds of the Wabash
rjad yesterday afternoon and wero consid
erably damaged. Prompt action on tho
part of Mr. Shearer and others saved the
larger portion of it. Tin cars wero drawn
under tho water tank and tho burning cot
ton was drenched with water. Sparks
iron; an engine caused tho fire.
Milt. O. B irlow has no equal on the
American or English Btago at a pcrsonator
of tho agod negro character. Go to tho
Opera IIouso Monday ulgtit and seo for
Yesterday afternoon's weather bulletin
sliowe la general decline of tho thermoneter
in this section of country. A few days of
such weather as we had yesterday would
freezo up tho Ohio at and below Cincin
nati, and perhaps tho Mississippi at this
Tho Illinois Central passenger train
which was to have left heroyestcrday after
noon was an hour behind timo, but tho
cause thereof was not mide known. Wo
aro left to surmise therefore, and as wo
always surmise the best if we surmise at
all, wo surmise that tho reason of tho delay
was "just because."
Just received yesterday at Joo Ber-
nath's jowelery establishment on Cth st. a
large Assortment of jewelery of the lutet
styles embracing every variety of goods.
Such as Ladies Necklaces, Braculets, Rings,
Watches &c, also a fine lino of gooda for
gents wear. It
All our churches aro making prepara
tions to celebrate Christmas and the other
holidays now close at hand in a suitable
raauner. Somo fiuo programmes of exer
cises, musical and literary, aro even now in
course of preparation. It is reasonably
certain that every place of worship in the
city will present attractions which not even
the most worldly minded will bo able to
Tho offer of six hundred dollars for the
receipts at the Opera IIouso Mouday even
ing on tho occasion of the first appearanco
of Barlow Wils.m & Co., by a gentlennn
of this city, was promptly declined by fhe
management. Tho largest audienco since
Fay Teinplo'.on opened the Opora House
will undoubtedly gather on Monday night.
Better secure your seats at once at Buder's.
Mr. C. N. Hughes returned yesterday
from Carbondde, where ho attended a
meeting of tho board of trustees of tho Cur
bondalo Normal schools, of which be is a
member. Ho reports that tho affairs of the
institution are in excellent condition gener
ally. There aro four hundred scholars now
in attendance and it is expected that this
number will be increased by one hundred
more after the holidays. And this would
give a larger number than ever attended
ataoy one time bofore.
--The Young People's Singing Club,
which was to meet at Dr. Jocelyn's office
next Monday night, will not meet on tint
night. Barlow, Wilson & Co's minstrels
appeur at the Opera Ilouse Monday night,
and the singers have graciously consented
to postpone their meeting until tho night
following, which the same is Tuesday
nk'bt. What tempting offers tho Opera
Houso managers made to gain so willing a
consent to their prayerful request from the
fair singers our informant was unable to
As we predicted, the Rough, which is
the familiar cognomen by winch the "Old
Relbble" Rough and R;ady fire company
is known, will introduce the public to the
newly repaired hall of tho company by
means of a grind bill on New Year's Eve.,
as will appear from an advertisement which
appears elsewhere in this ls-.ue. Meeirs.
Joseph Steagala, Henry Hasegcr and
Fred. Hofbeing are the committee of ar
rangements, which fact is abundant assur
ance tint the affair will be a complete sue
cegs. Yetterd ly Mr. Sirniel O. Owen, Uni
ted States Inspector of bmks, was at Tlio
Ihllidiy, having come hero in pursuit of
his olEoial duties. He spent somo timo in
an inspection of tho City National bank
here, and h'n report with reference to it wis
very favurable, not to say complimentary,
to the minigers of tht institution. In
poiat of stabillity it emipares creditably
with tho oldest an 1 best institutions of its
kind in tho country. At least such was
theiubstanceof a few hurried remarks by
Mr. Owen before leavisg.
Irregularities have also been discover
ed in tho Pulaski county vote for members
of tho state legislature, which, if corrected,
will probably unseat Dr. Lodge and put
Hon. W. A. Spann in his placo. Thu Vien
na Times says : "Hon. W. A. Spann speaks
of contesting with Dr. Lodge, tho right to
tho seat in tho comiug legislature; mid
from whit we can Itmrn he has good cause
to do so, Mr. Spanu has been counted by
out 9 clerical error, which ought to be cor
rected. This is not a fraud, but a clour
omission of parties to report a precinct as
tho ballot stood."
- On Thurs lay evening about 7 o'clock
a mule attached to onoof tho Struct cars,
being detached from tho car, ran away
wheu near tho corner of Fourth Btreet and
ran over Mrs. Robert Campbell, who was
in tho act of crossing tho Btreet, throwing
her to the ground and seriously injuring
her right ankle. The injury is a compound
dislocation, and Dr. Tarker, who is attend
ing her, is not suro that ha c.n save her
foot. Mrs. Campbell is about sixty years
of ago and, of course, not of vigorous con
stitution. She is tho mother of Mrs. Staple
toil. Yesterday she was resting as easy as
possible, but was In considerable pain.
Yesterday about two hundred and fif
ty strangers in tho city wore ticketed for
Memphis acd Vicksburg, where tbey will
labor on railroads. Tbo steamers Thomas
Sherlock and Baton Rouge wero engaged
to taka them down, During last
week mjsrly a thousand of tho samo class
of men, who filled our sido walks andstreots
tor several days, wero also eugagod by
agonts in search of laborors to go south,
and wero sent down to tho samo vicinity
as those yesterday. A largo per centago
of theso laborers are Gormans who will
probably remain in tho south, and who will
mako very desirable citizens. They will
raise the standard of labor and develops
tho recourccs of tho country.
Reform hall on Eighth street was be
sieged for several hours last night by liuu-
gry people of all ages, sexes and classes.
The attraction was thu oyster supper given
there by tho Woman's Christian Temperauco
Uuion, und if the vordicts of several whom
wo interviewed wero in strict accordance
with tho law and tho facts in the case, it
was an oyster supper such as would have
charmed tho dintieat, uv-st luxurious enter
and made a gormand out of him for the
timo being. Oysters, large, lucious fellows,
twolvo or thirteen on a plato or in a dish,
and accompanied by celery, slaw, pickles,
bread and crackers, and savored with condi
ments to tho peculiar taste of each cater,
wero dished up by fair hands to all w ho
called for them. Tho ladies wero well
patrouiz id as they deserved to be.
On Wednesday and Saturday Decem
ber 20tli aud 23J, tho Wabash road will
run excursion trains into this city from
all points between here and Carmi, at one
fare for the round trip. Trains will arrive
here in the forenoon and permit excursion
ists to remain several hours, so as to giv)
them opportunity to do what trading they
may desire. It is perfectly safe to expect that
theso trains will bo tho moans of bringing
many hundreds of do'lars into tho city
from people liviug along tho line between
this city and Carmi. Tho company does
this, too, at a sacrifice to itself, for it would
very probably mako moro out of the holi
day travel to Cairo from Carnii down, if it
maintained full fare than it will by run
ning excursion trains at one faro for the
round trip. Tbe only difference will proba
bly be that, because of the reduction, more
people will visit us that would otherwise
be tae case, and therefore, the merchants of
Cairo will bo tbe principal, if not tho only,
Of Captain Thomas as a probable com
petitor with Cullom, Raum, Oglesby, etc.,
for the senatorial shoes of David Davis, the
Springfield Register says: Another sen
atorial star is about to loom up on tho
horizoa in tho race for the Illinois senator
ial contest, to dim tho brilliancy of which
will tax the united efforts of Gov. Cullom
and his stalwart adherents. Tho reference
thus made is to Hon. John R. Thomas, of
tho Eighteenth congressional district of
Illinois, upon whom at present, from all
over the Btste, is being showered a large
number of letters urging bim to become a
candidate and enter tbe contest, which
chance, knowing ones say, he will not be
slow in availing himself of. Of him it has
been sud: His activity as a friend of the
S'ddier aud a supporter of tho cUims of tbe
Mississippi has made him many frieuds
everywhere. Thomas is essentially a self
nude mm. He wtut into the army as a
private, and by bis strong common-sense,
vigor and heroism fought bis way upward
uutil he came out a captain. "Beginning
the study of law in I860, at the ago of 23,
he, within threo years, became state's at
torney, which position be' beld until his
election to congress in 1870, sinco which
timo bo his been re-elected each succeeding
election for congressman from his district
His district is a very close one,' and only
a popular man could carry it as ho has
Tho Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific rail
way company has just gotton out a forty-
two-page publication, entitled tho "Great
Wabash," Illustrated. Tho pages aro 9 by
12, ami there are some very handsome en
gravings. Among the largest are "Dickinson
Lake," on the lino of the road; "Niagara
Falls" and a well executed engraving of
Mrs. Langtry, tho "Jersey Lily." In fact
tbe whole publication is profusely illustra
ted. Tho cover Is quite handsome, being
engraved and printed in six different colors.
Tb reading matter is particularly interest
ing and destined to do good in the way of
lotting tho world know tho wealth and re
sources of tho Mississippi valley. On the
first page of tho reading matter aro to bo
found some facts about tho system, which
tho public may not bo conversant with. The
total length of tho Wabash system is 3,017
miles, tho third largest of any in tho world.
The track if placed in ono continuous liue
would reach from Boston to San Francisco,
or from New Yoik to Liverpool, or ono
seventh tho distance around tho globe. To
go over tho whole road it would tako a
train running at tho rata of twenty-five
miles an hour, and no timo for Btops al
lowed, six days and nights. There are from
13,000 to 17,000 mon on tho pay-rolls of
company; and from $000,000 to $800,000
are required monthly to pay this vast army
of employes. There aro in uso on the lines
000 locomotives, 275 passenger cars, inclfl
ding parlor, chain, aud dining coaches;
850 caboose cars, aud 20,000 box and flat
cars. If put In ono train, it would make a
train 150 miles long, with a carrying cnp.
scity of 500,000 tons. In 1880 tho num
ber of bushels of wheat aud corn harvested
in the six-states through which the road
extends was 1,810,128,808, or 60 per cent,
ot tho entire crop of the United Statos that
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE!
Ootd watch ky w.dUr $mo
--.... .iui.u n.lll BILV1K WHI IIKM
I do hereby appoint Phil.
ceiving of orders for me, and
poison in Candies that are usually sold for less than price of
good A Sugar. Phil is manufacturing every day and in
vites the public to call aud see for themselves how well he is
acting Santa Claus instruction.
We call the attention to an article in the Patterson,
New Jersey paper to a Coroner's Inquest:
i n WP,th0 J!ll,1vol'u t0, investigate the cause of the
death of May and Willie Brooks, are of the opinion that
death ensued from Poisonous Candies that they had eaten on
the night of their death.1 1
Come Everybody and see Candies made. All orders
dropped through mail filled on shortest notice.
year, 250,000,000 bushels more than tho
whole country produced in 1870. Tbe bitu
minous coal mini"! in four of theso states
iu 1880 ri'presi'ii'ol 44 per cent, of the
whole product . "t the United States.
There is other information regarding tbo
lino in it earliest days, buforo tho Wabash
became known as one "f tho leading sys
tems. A brief review is given of tho
building, extensions and acquisitions from
timo to time. The changes prior to 18-31
are so well known that they are omitted in
this article. In 1881 the Dotr'mt and But
ler extension was made, adding 111! miles.
Tho same year the purchase of the Iudiaua
polis, Peru nnl Chicago, exteudin from
Indianapolis to Michigan City, was made,
and this uavo an adilitioaat mileage of 161
miles. The former in connection with the
Telodo, Peoria and Warsaw completed the
second independent trunk line of the sys
tem from tho Missouri river to Lake trie.
Tho same year thi Ciro aud Vincenucs
was added; so the Diuville au 1 Southwest-,
em, the Quincy, Missouri and Pacific, the"
Des Moines and Northwestern, and the At
tica and Covington. The St. Louis, Jersey
ville and Springfield was iu course of con
struction. Tbe extension iif the Des Moines
and Northwestern waii made direct to Spi
rit Lake, Io., and tho extension of tlujMis
souri, Iowa and Nebraska divisions to
HumeKtun to connect with tho Council
Bluffs division were incomplete at tbe close
of 1881; but the actual revenue earning
mileage of the Wabash increased during
that year to 3,384 miles. In 1882 the
Shenandoah and the Dus Moines divisions
were completed. The former constituted
the second trunk line from tbe Mississippi
to Lake Eric through to tho Missouri, and
established another to Council Bluffs, and a
Chicago lino as direct and ss favorably lo
cated as any of the older lines. St. Louis
and Des Moines wire connected, and
through car service established between
those points, Tho publication alluded to
was the work of Mr. II. A. Fisher, of the
passenger department, who spent somo
time in its compilation. Ten thousand
copies have been printed for freo distribu
tion. Tbo Wabash was generous enough to
lot the C, li. and Q. have a page in the
THE CAIRO CUSTOM HOUSE.
The custom house at Cuiro has been in
the hands of Itopublicans, good Republi
cans all of them, for lo, theso many years
ever since it wus a custom house, in fact.
It is a beautiful structure, on which Uncle
Sam generously spent somo hundreds of
thousands of dollars. It is a well kept
building ono of the most carefully
taken caro ot in tho country. The ins who
have been insidu of it, and the outs, who
have been out, have looked with longing
eyes upon it. Somo months ngo, the chief
of the service there was displaced, in ac
cordance with tbo mysterious workings of
the civil setvico uuder Republican manage
ment, to make room for another good Re
public!). The other good Republican
took charge, nnd until the time has retained
tho subordinates lie fouud in the office.
Nay, however, in keeping with the mysteri
ous workings of the civil servico under
Republican management, a sweeping
change is to bo made. All tho good, hon
est and faithful Republican clerks who
have been in the office lor years and have
learnod thoir business by long apprentice
ship, aro to 1)0 turned out and good, honest
and faithful Republicans who don't know
anything about tho business, aro to bo put
in. W hy this is thus, no explanation is
made. Tho public however U not disal
lowed to surmise that tho change is made
according to Republican fashion, as reward
for political service, tho public good as
usual boing held as a secondary matter.
Tho Howo scale took first premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Jiorden, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis. (5)
Where machinery is used tho Drew Oil
Cup will save 60 per cent, of oil. Write
for circular. Bordon, Selleck & Co., St.
Louis, Mo. (2)
AH WIITmura. ......i. . ... .
CO., Licensed Pawnbrokers.
LAND, NOV. 12TII, 1882.
II. Saup my agent for the i-p-
advise parents to be curpfnl of
Notlcodn thl column three liaui or lot Siceuti
ono Insertion or $1.0J ptrwtwk. . ""JCm,
FVR ?A.LF, AT ALXTl 'NH.mMin.llot with
ood I ubUswUlb. nold on 3 tb o! December,
elliutcd on slreut oppo-ltc tlio conrii
KI?,K "LE.-Bother't rhtlro, wseb utanui. ta
COSBAO ALIlA, Sixth Uriel
UuK HAMi.-h(nilnger Parlor Orirau-5 oc
Wl kTff nr l!drt'' t,ro r rlttone.
LOU8ALE.-.IUnli. Chalt! MorL'. hpcdhl
ii a"ii f1d. V'"""' tU Uullctla
Job otUcu rt Ohio Luvw .
WAN TED COOK.-To take cbar. of k tchen
' and (lu rooking fur private family. For panic
0ani Inquire at Ilullctluoflke. V
WASHING WANTED-Mr Scon on Sth
back of the Methodl m church denircn washing
or KfUi-ra latiDdrylnc to do by mouth, day or
plow. Will eo out but preleni lo lake the waiting
to ber hoime.
QAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
MONDAY, DEC 18TII.
FIFTH ANNUAL TOUR.
TIIK PKOPLE'S CHOICE
B. . Afo Solo Proprietors
E. U. BROWS Mauager
The World's Great, and only
Minstrel Organization. An
Innovation iu Uinstrely.
An Avelauche of Novelties
A Mine of Mirth; A World of
Talent, The K cine of Artis
tic Excellence and El
egance. PEERLESS AND UNAPPROACHABLE.
AdmlaaloD 25, SOani 75ct. No extra rhargs for
reaerved aeatt . Ticltols ou alu at Budcr'a Jewelry
The Old Reliable
No. 3, nll havea
Grand New Year's Ball.
Monday Nijrht January 1, 1883.
Tho Itall bill boo newly fitted np, and will be
tmudornuly irlmtnod tn tho occaBloD, and tho
committee will talto great p..lim to make the Ball
a grand auvcuea that shall be highly enjoyed bv all
FRED. 1IOFIIE1 Z,
Committee of Arrangements.
WE CITY NATIONAL It INK.
Of Cairo. UlirtoiB.
71 OHIO LEVKE.
A General Banking1 bushier
THOS. W. II ALLl JJAY.
JHTBRPRISB SAVING BANK.
Of. Cairo, ' ,
; EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.