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THK DAfLY, ; OAIIIO ntLLKTIN: SUNDAY MOKNINft, DECEMBER 17, ' issg.
THE -DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICE! NO. 7U OHIO LEVER.
KSTKHKI) AT TllJt CAIRO POBTOFFICK FOR
TRANSMISSION TUKOCUH TUB MAILS AT 8BC
OHD CLAM RATES.
OFflUlAL TAPIBOF CITT AND COCKTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notieei In tftin column, eigtit centa per line fur
tret and Br eenu per Hue each uhiequent Im.ir
.Ion. Kor one waik. SOceote pur line, t or one
nionlh, W) cent par line.
60(!. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Dotfaun's..
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
To Be Continued.
Tim iuminpne. of tho lata Wru. Alba will
bo continued by Mrs. Alb at the old place.
Mr. Conrad Albi will havu personal supt r
Tialnn df tha business and will see that it
is conducted in tho 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 patrons of the
establishment. Acnntinuanuo of the cus
tom of the past is solicited.
Try John A. Miller's jewelery estab
lishment before you make your Holiday
purchases. lie has anything you want and at
lowest prices. ti
Qbaxd Opera Restaurant opposite
Opera Home up stiira, Back entrance on
7th street. Ojsters in every style, lt-26 tf
in market at DoBaua's 58 Ohio levee.
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
Ifyoa want t gad meal call at Scboen
mcyer'a Returant cor. 10th stand Wab
ingtoo Ave. Only 23 cents for a regular
meal, and day boarders wiil find the best
accomodation on reasonable terms.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects at DeBiun's.
Laiies R'staurtat opposito Opera
House. Gu Bitto proprietor, 11-20 tf
For Oysteiw in any style go tho Grand
Opera Restaurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
go to DeBaun's, 5fl Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A now horso shooing nhop una been open
ed by Mr. P Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blick-.ni tiling and wagon work
done to order. Rfpmrin work a specialty.
Work doue promptly, tf
at DoBaunV, 53 Ohio levee.
Boils, pimpb's, and all blood diseases
are cured by "Dr. Lindsey's BI.mhI Searcher."
Sold by all drugicN. Never fails.
Mr. J. Vandeuvebs, Di uitgists, Grand
Haven, Mich. I can safely recommend
El's Citt'iin 1 in I in for the cure of Catarrh,
Cold iu the Ilea I, &c Ueforu I have DSciJ
the fir ft bottle puichitsed of ,ini - I tiiid
myself cun-d. At tinva I could scarcely
smell anything and had a headache most
of the time. Henry Lily, Agent for the
American ExpnssCo., Grind Haven, Mich.
Jons Godo, 001 21st atrefl, Chicago,
111., syi: "Brown's Inm Bitters is the best
toaic I have ever used."
A Varied Performance.
Many wonder how Parker's Ginger
Tonic can perform such varied cures, think
ing it eraence of ginger, when in fact it is
mado from many valu iblo medicines which
act beneficially on every diseased organ.
Do Sot Be Deceived.
Iq these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters wo can vou;h for as being
a true and reliable rem-jdv, and ouu that
will do as recommended. They invariably
euro Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys ami Urinary diffi
culties. Wo kuow whereof we speak, and
can readily say, civo them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a botilo by Harry W. Sdiuh. (3)
My Son, aged uiuo years, was ulllicted
with Catarrh; the use of Ely's Cream Balm
eflccted a complete cure. W. E. Ham man,
Druggist, Easton, Pa.
to ree of Cliarirc.
All persons suffering trmn Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less or Voice, or an af
fection ot tho Throat ami Lungs, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Coniumption, I'reo of
charge, which will convince them ot Its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollaruze bottlu r'.Il do. Call early. (3)
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ncr-s, early decay, loss of manhood. &c. I
will send a recipe that will cceyou, fuek
or cuahob. mis great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America
Bend a sell-addressed envelope to tho Rev.
JosKrn T. Ikmaw, Station D,, New York
For lame Back, Silo or Chest use
eiiron s rorous 1'laste, Trice 23 cents
, Paul O. Schuh, agent. (5)
A' beacon in distress Is "Dr. Sellers'
Cough Syrup," the most efficacious remedy
i . i . . .
ior c"uns, coias una Hooping cough.
Fine stock of Christmas good, jewel
ery watches clocks and silverware at John
A good tf irl, willing to do goneral house
work, can tind employnui t by applying at
tho resilience of J, II, Rittenhoiuo, near
Seventh and Walnut streets.
The buildings on corner of 20th Bt. and-
Cniuiuercinl avenue, now occupied as coop
crthnps. Unless disp wed of by private
sales the buildings will be sold at public
auction, at 10 o'clock a.m. on Tuesday Dec.
19ih. Tho buildings to be removed by Jan
uary 1st 188.')." 12-l5-5t. Haixiday biiop.
' Cairo Lodge K. of JI. 1412.
All moinbers are requested to attend next
meeting Dec. 20 at 7 p. m. as thero will be
an election of officers for the ensuing term
and other important business. Hy order of
Lodge. Ot P. G. PowKUi, Reporter.
Hiving purchased the Ukery of J.
Anthony, on Washington avenue between
0th and" lOih streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
Ac. of tho best quality at the lowest prices
lo bn found iu tho city. Call and see me.
12-12 tf Jacob Latner.
Diamonds, and jewelery, latest styles;
gold, and silver watches. French clocks
&c, &c. at John A. Miller's. tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Kotlcei In these eoinmne, ton rent per line,
trh inaction and whether marked or not, If calcu
lated to Toward an; mm's binlnoM Interest are
always paid for.
Don't forget Ihrlow, Wilson & Go's
Bhow at tho Opera House to-morrow night.
See notice of girl wantod in special
Storm doors are being put up at the
principal entrances to The Halliday.
Services will bo held at tho several
churches to-day as usual.
Mr. A. J. Alden, of the Marion Moni
tor is ia the city.
-Skates of all kinds at C. W. Hender
son's on Twelfth street. tf
Schoolchildren will and Tub Bulle-
tis scratch-books Nog. 2 aud 3 tor silo at
rtiil Snip's enndy store. tf
Miss Annie Yocum, of Grand Chain,
sist;r of Judge R. S. Yocum, is visiting
the family of Marshal L. II. Myers.
Jack Adams was fined five dollars and
costs by Magistrate Comings yesterday for
Rev. A. J. Hess will preach at theBab
tistchurch thi 'Truing and to-night at
tlie ucual hour. SunJuy school 9 a. m.
Wanted large, clean, cotton rags r.t
5c. per pound at Turn Bulletin offico to
day. Joe Brfrnath had his store crowded
last even ng with ladies some of them pur
chasing and others selecting presouts for
friends and relatives. It
Cuptain James O'Neal, of the Anchor
Line company, is making The Halliday in
this city his headquarters during tho close
of navigation above here.
Any one desiring quilting or washing
lonu prompily and neatly, call on Mrs.
Moore, on Elgtu street, between Walnut
Just received a largo stock of fine
opera glasses, pearl and other kinds, lor
silo ami hire; also fine jewelry, watches,
clocks and plated waro, at Buder's jnwclry'
-For skates, go to C. W. Henderson's,
on Twelfth and Commercial. tf
-Tho Western Union Telegraph com
pany has ik'claroi a qmrturly dividend
equivalent to six percent pur annum. Tho
net earnings amount to beU'ecn 8 and 9
per cent on the watered stock.
Chief Myers received a dispatch last
evening, stating that the safe of Mr. J. W.
Hollomau, of Kenton, Tonn., had been
broken open Friday night, and a large
amount cf mouey and securities stolen. One
thousand dollars is offored for the thief.
Street Commissioner Biird reports
that he will finish what filling is necessary
on Eighth stroet in another day, with the
force of men and teams he had at work yes
terday. Theleveo work is rapidly drawing
Mr. C. D. Dutcher, a member of the
board of giin inspectors at St. Louis was
at The Halliday yesterday. He came down
to inspect a barge load of cram sold to
St. Louis parties by Halliday Bros, for ihip
nicnt to New Orleans.
The double-Lulled government boat
Salvor coming down from St. Louis Friday,
struck rocks ia tho Mississippi river not far
from this city and sunk one of her hulls
Tho little tow boat Elliot assisted in raisiug
tho Stil vor and brought her to this port
Sanson & Co., art publishers, say of
their artist prools, steel engraviugs : Those
pictures cannot bo bought at retail any
whero in tho world tor less than $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
xlO iu size, aud aro offered for salo by Tue
Bulletin for f 15.00 per pair for the holi
-C. W. Henderson, at Twelfth aud Com-
mcrcial, keeps the largest acd best assort
ment of skates iu the city. tf.
Two-cent letter postage will now soon
bu hern and it is probable that tho subject
of reducing newspaper postage will be
tavorably considered by congress. The ex
j press companies now carry quantities of
newspaper at less than half the rates
charged by the Govrreiiininent, aud tho
government has no cxcune for taxiug tho
newspapers as heavily as it does,
The show windows of Joe Bernath's
jewelery store was filled with a great varie
ty of new yoods of the latest styles in till
kinds of jewelery. He proposes to sell hs
stock at low figures, during tho holidays
In the fire at Hickman on Thursday
threo blocks of buildings were destroy od.
Among the bminoss houses burned was
that of Powell & Bros., one of whom is
father-in-law to Mr. Gholson, of this city.
Messrs. Powell's losses were over four thou
In view of tho approach of the holidays
tho question of how to protect their little
boys Bgainst lock-jaw will bt come of somo
importance to parent of Cairo. In some of
tho eastern cities tho best preventive is
thought to bn "Prohibition" prohibition
of the sale of toy fire-arms.
According to tho plan proposed by sec
retary Chandler tor the next Republican
natioual convention that body will bo com
posed of 1,034 members, 170 ddeeates-rit-large,
050 district delegates and 214, on tho
theory of additional representation. This
would be a large and unwieldy body, and
would make a rattling sort of a gathering.
Interesting investigations have been
made lately as to tho adulteration of can
dies. Glucose, gum arabic, aturch and
terra alba are the chief ingredients of many
candies now-a-days. Plaster of puis is
also used. M my of tho ingredients are
indigestible, and 8 mo are piisonom. Rod
candy is sometimes colored with oxide of
lead and blue with cobalt both dangerous.
Yellow candy contains cliTomstti of lead
and this taken into the stomach cannot be
eliminated from the system; in largo
quantities will kill, Think of this parents
in this Christmas season.
Thursday was a field-day for the fire-
fiend, who got iu his work very successful
ly in two hemispheres. Tho old palace at
Hampton Court, noar London, was partially
destroyed, but fortunately its famous gil-
ry of pictures received littU damage. A
iisastrous blaz3 occurred ia a large co-ope
rative store in Dublin. The extensive cab
inet-shops of the Rjmlngton Sowing Mar
chin ; company at Ilioa, N. Y.; tho depot
and works of th.o Manhattan Beach Rail
road company at Biy Riige, X. Y., with a
large nuaibor of engiues and pa-senger
coaches; two hotels at Winnipeg: and a
number of houses at Hickman, Ky., were
destroyed with great loss.
Tlon. W. A. Spino, late candidate for
member of the lower house of the Illinois
legislature friim the Fit'ty-first soaitorial
district, his taken the necessary 6tepsto
contest tho election of D. Lodgo, his com-
punion, on the Democratic ticket. He has
made out the necessary papers to bo sub
mitted to the Thirty-third general Hseuib.j,
among them bring a certitica'o from Mr.
Wangli, the newly elected cunty clerk of
Pulaski county, giving the corrected re
turns from that county and showing that
Mr. Spann was elected over Dr. Lodge by
a majority of U2 votes. The uniformly
peculiar character of the errors in the ab
stracts gives fcomo ground for tho suspicion
that they, the errors, did not all coino by
chince. But to harbor such a suspicion
woul J be to doubt the honesty ofa Repub-
lican returning board, aud to do that would
be simply monstrous.
In tho senato Thursday the French
claims bill passed and the Pendleton civil-
service bill was proceeded with. Messrs.
Miller and George advocated its passage.
On motion of Mr, Pendleton tho first sec
tion was amended so as to require the
commissioners to bo codfirmed by the sen
ate. Several other amendments were or
dered priuted. Iu tho houio tho bill passed
amending the act to repeal discriminating
duties on goods produced east of the Ccpo
of Good Hope. Dr. J. II. McLsan was ad
raitted to a seat as member from the old
Second district of Missouri. Bill reported
by the joint shipping committee to relieve
burdens of tho merchant marine was refer
red to the coinmittco on commerce. The
post-office bill was taken up and the pro
posed reduction of letter postage was dis
cussed withput action. An amendment
was adopted increasing the appropriation
for star service $230,000.
Iu New York matrimony must be an
especially torriblo thing fur the woakor
sex. A local paper says: "Early yes
terday morning Mary Tierson died at
Belleville Hospital from the effects of a
doso of paris green. The woman took tho
poisou at her residenco Sunday night. She
was married." But either because of bliss
ful ignoranco of tha troubles and tribula-
tioos ot connubial life, or because of
extraordinary courago bora perhaps
ot a conscious skill in handling tho various
weapons of offense and defense peculiar to
tho good house wife, tho fair ones of this
burg are just now rushing into matrimony
with a recklessness that implies anything
but fear or aversion. There are rumors
just now of Bevural weddings as yet unan
nounced publicly one in the Fourth ward
and atother just on the edge of the Second.
The parties to theso interesting events are
popular, handsome and young so young
that they will all very probably culebrato
their golden wedding days at an ago when
they'can enjoy it fully.
(Dn lighter ot Mr. and Mra. Cnarloi Mooro.)
O, onrdiiK, Innocunt buhy-glrl t
Vuiir roio flurh d cbeeka aud your tirow of pearl,
And your 11 a with musical worda apart,
Ma e a captive) of my wo nanlr heart. .
Though I was a .trangcr you beckoned me,
And showi'red vonr kifiea niont truaiinfly j
And I almost U.xitftit your taruoat eyea
lte.d i ho eorro ful thoughts I'd fain dlegulae.
Youoromlnt!od me, Myrtle Mourn,
Uf my owu fair daillnit whnao "gone before,"
That I fcarud to loo you shrink and start,
Fiom the audden pain of my mother hoart.
My little one's prattling were like your own,
And my ajiii liata yet for iheir lot ng tones
ThoujiU on ti e white r-lab uf a houajholdjoy,
Ia cjrved -"Mamma' baby and papa'a boy."
Tho ro'e-httd kisaua yon cava to mo,
I will kiip all fretb In ray memory;
But hide yournclffrom m.. lunging y ,
Lest, halt's, I covet to aweet a prixo.
Oh I cling to y.iiir poi nts, Myrt'e Moore,
Nor tan one g'aucu towardi Huavi'D'e door;
Lent the angels know you are one of them
And add to thuirjowola anutlKr gem,
May your hoart be ever a pure aa now,
And tini j not shadow your cloudiest brow;
May Heaven upon you Us blunslcga pour,
Bo lUilful, dove-eyed, Myrtlu Moore I
Cairo, 111., December, 1382.
About the telephone: The telephone
is in use in 153 cities of tho world. The
total number of subscribers to the lelephono
exchango in theso 152 cities ia 56,801), of
which tho United States havo 37,101), or
nearly two-thirds, tho other third being
scattered over the globe as follows : Great
Brituin 4,943, Franco 3,640, Italy 2,002,
Germany 2,823, Belgium 2.150, Austro
Hungary 070, Sweden 672, Switzerland
621, Denmark 898, Mexico 300, Russia 238,
British India 213, Eyypt 183 and the Ne
therlands 151, Tho statistics for tbo Uni
ted States are rather behind date, having
been gathered chiefly during last year, but
those for the countries outside tho United
States are much more recent, and there
fore much more reliable. Tho lines aro
operated by private companies everywhere
excepting in Germany aud Switzerland, in
both of which states the government has
reserved to its.lf the exclusive privilege of
constructing and working them. In Bel
gium the government reserves the right to
take possession of thtmat any timoon pay
ment of afairptice. In Great Britain tlie
concession is for thirty-one years, in Austria
tor ten years and in Hungary for twenty
years. In Russia e-ch line receives a spo
citl concession; in Italy tho cor.ce.isijn runs
for thirty years subject'to renewal, but the
government regulates the rates under cer
tain restrictions; in Denmirk thecouos
siou is for twelve years; while in SwoJtu
all that is ncctS'sry is to make an amicable
arrangement with tho telegraph people.
Recently C-iptain W.P. Halliday sold
the Mouud City railway to Mr. W. K.
Ackenum, president of the Illinois Central
rtilroud compiny, who organized a cor
p iritioa composed of himself and Messrs.
B'rj. Ayer, J. F. Tucker, E. T. Jeflreys,
W. F. M mrack and Jo'.in Dmn. Tho arti
cles of incorporation are on fi e in Pulaski
county. Tho capital stock of the company
is put at .$25,000. Tue Pulaski Patriot of
yesterday siys of the railroad and the new
corporuion: "The articles of corporation
are for a period of fifty years. This road
was first opjno I in 18"5, ami Win. Burke,
by deed dated April 5-!i, 1955, give to M.
M. Rowlings tho riht of w.iy f ir the
Mound City railroad, 100 feet wide through
sections 22, 24 and 25, township 10, 1 west.
Commissioners afterward condemned the
right of way through 23 and 20, township
16, 1 west. Theso commissioners were Job.
Eex, Jo.l Lackey and Jeffjrson Parker,
an 1 their report was ravio to the circuit
court of Pulaski county at the October
term, 1855. When the town of Emporian,
or tha 'Secret City,' as it was known at that
time, was laid out the following reservation
was made: 'And that all the streets, al
leys and avenues therein mentioned aro de
dicated to public use, reserving the right
to lay railways and ereet depots In the av
enues, and all that part of land in which
said towu is located, between Front street
and the Ohio river i& dedicated as commons
with tho right to located railways thereou.' "
In a long communication to tho Chi
cago Tribune concerning the southern Illi
nois insano asylum, one who wout
through that institution a day or
two asro Bays: Among many
other interesting things tho work of the
institution during tho biennial period end
September 20th, 1883, will compare very
favorably with its own previous records or
those of othor institutions. At the cIobo
of the previous period il had 501 inmates,
and has since admitted 384. Tho number
discharged as rocovored ' during the last
two years was 103, or 03.55 per cent of tho
number adraitto I. Tho total number ad
mitted since the hospital was first opened
in 1878 is 1,140, and the whole number
discharged as recovered 875, or 20.04 per
cent on tho total number admitted. Tho
death-rate during tho last year, to which
a geueral reference has previously boon
mado, was 0.00 pur cout on tho total num
ber ot inmates, and the average death-rate
since the opening of tbo hospital 4 45 per
cent, The number of inmates remaining In
the hospitdScpt. 30, 1882, was COO. Tho
number of inmates to-day is 515, which is
Just a littlo above the institution's capacity.
As It stands, tho Jacksonville asylum leads
off in tho number of iumates, Elgin follows,
Anna oomet next and Kakakce completes
the list. With the contemplated traui
formation of the present barracks into i
lK5PEEMRD PODGES FOR SALE!
""wmVnilio'o.'jU AS Pr,T.OWS:-Qold wth koy winder, Kluln.
watch k". whir P '.?' . . Wi(,.h "i"n l2(,"f. Waliham miivemum in iiOe it4S l. Ki Wr
muvsmeuflM M CoaflToO ,n,Ut ,ly C""1K0- 'lvorw.tca 0;.n face .low wludt T, Swill
FAUNIttKEIt & CO., Licensed Pawnbrokers.
I do hereby aPDoint PhiL
. , i v iui uiu jc
ceivin of orders for me, and advise parents to be careful of
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 andse.Vfnv tl IPTYlUflruu lirir it. ,.11 1.
acting Santa Claus instruction.
We call the attention to an article in the Patterson
New Jersey paper to a Coroner's Inquest:
"Wl. tllft Jlirv awnvn in Invwii.v,,
1n ' w r Vv-ii " t, '"'"Hjitc uiu cause ot the
death of May and Ui lie Brooks, are of the opinion t i t
death ensiMjl train Poisonous Candies that they had eaten on
the night of their death." 3 1
Come Everybody and see
dropped through mail tilled
cottage, which Dr. W'ardner estimates can
be done at a cost of $-1,000, ami jn a way
to in iko it last for tho next ten or fifteen
yeaars, tot il capacity of tho institution
and tho cottage will bo increased to 800
patient?, which will place it next on the
list after Jacksonville.
Died Friday nig it one o'clock at the
residence of his niece Mr. Duvine on Ohio
leveo near 11th street alter a lou illuess
of inflamatory Rhuematim, William Daley.
lie was long a resident of Cairo having
came hero in iy.55, an I was 65yrarsf age.
Funeral services will be held at St. Patrick's
church at one o'clock this (Sunday) after-
noun. Special tnin will leave foot of Hrh
street opposite Mrs. Devine's n si lence at
two o'clock. Friends an I acquaintances
of tha famik are iuvite I to attend.
WIC'KI.IFFE THE C il'NTY SKAT OF BALLARD
Editor B ilk'ttn, Cairo. Ill.
Wicklifke, Ky., Doc. 10. Appellate
court decides W'icklitfj the county seat
first crjr: Mia lay. S.jfl Caldwell.
The above announcement will probably
men a settlement of the quea'i 'U, which
has been a bone of contention iu Billard
county for a number of years. After four
decisions iu favor of W.cklilTe, two by elec
tion and two by judicial bodies, the li.and
ville faction cin well afford to consider
thctiiS' lvts fairly beaten. When the q'len
tion wus lirbt voted upon Wickliffe was
only a bare fpot on the river, with a houie
or two. Butithil "nt'ural advantages"
for a county Beat which were sup-rior to
those of Blandville; tlu-se natural advan
tages were no pa pable tint all unprejudiced
voters could see th'-tn, and they secured to
Wickliffe tho court-house by the authority
of the voiceof the voters of tho county.
The Blandvillmns contested the election,
and after a Iod triil tli.: cue wis remand
ed back to the voters lor another expreshion
of their choice. Aain the question wns
voted upon, aaam Wickliffe "carried the
day," ajjain the HUndvillinns resorted to a
contest at law and aain they have been
beaten. And now that tho ca30 lias been
settled the peoploot Wickliffe may well re
joice, for it means a graat deal for them in
a business way. Its rapid growth since
tbe first decision in its favor by the votes of
tho county may be taken as a certain indi
cati'm that to bu made tho county seat was
all it ueeried to emerge rapidly from its ob
scurity and lay claim to representation on
tho maps in the Rchool-boy's ueojjraphy.
Dilantins floods aro repored in Oiegon.
Seditious proclamations are posted in
Wheat is slowly accumulating at the
The hall bjock, Toledo, burned Friday.
The December cotton report places the
crop at 0,700,000.
Business failures reported at New York
for tho week are 208. The number is in
creasing. Westjjate, tho una who confessed to tho
murder of Cavendish, has arrived at Ply
mouth. The men charged with the outrage on
Miss Bond at Taylorvillohavo boon granted
a change of venue.
The French minister of marino has re
signed, owing to dissensions about tho
Green B. Haum, Friday, advocated a
protective policy before tho agricultural
convention at Chicago,
A Oencial Stampede.
Nevor was such u rush made for any
Drug Htore as is now at Harry W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
ohltis, HoarsenoHH, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Luuns, can get
atrial bottle of thin (treat remedy free, by
calling at abovo Drug Store. (1)
LAND, NOV. 12TIT, 1882.
Candies m ml ah
on shortest notice.
Noileei to thli column three line, or lev iScent.
onalnturtlon or il tu p, , weBkt r " " CW
Ituaied on .1m ,t,n., oppo.it. tl" conv.t"
1 to.' ,UD A-A.8Uih Uriel
7" op-ln pernet or.lor. W.ll b ".old .t
Plt SALB.-llUnk.. Chtt! More-trTfTTul
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
One MkIu Only!
MONDAY, DEC. 18TII.
FIFTH ANNUAL TOUR.
THE rKOPLE'S CIIOICK
2' Sola rrnrtetors
E. B. BilOWN Manngor
The World's Great, and only
Minstrel Orjranization. An
Innovation' in llinstroKy.
An Avelancho of Novelties
A Hine of Mirth; A World of
Talent, Thw Acmo of Artis
tic Excellence and El
egance. PEEKLES3 AND UNAPPROACHABLE.
Ailmimlonjj, SO and TScts. No extra cbtrgn fur
reserved oib. Tickets oq anlo at Buder'B Juwelry
TJie Old Reliable
No. ?, mill have a
Grand New Year's Ball.
Ia Ihcr UhII on
Monday Nitfht Jninnry 1, 1883.
Tho Hall hn Ja-en newly fitted up, unit will ho
?.!mm?i'.".,y ..'.'IT8'1 for tlle ccalP, and tho
committed will take ijrcat p. liiB to nuke th Hall
JOE STEAGAt A,
Committee of Arranxumunti,
rpHBCITY .NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois,
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A General Bank in j business
TItOS. "NV. 1IALLUJAY.
JjMTBKPKI3B BAVINU HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
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