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TUK DAILY 0A1K0. BULLETIN; SUNDAY AlOUNINU, JANUARY 7, IMS
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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SPKCtAL UWh ITEMS.
aoiicet II tree column, eitftil cenit tr 1ln for
flrtl and rive ceui pur Una cb tuhteqiif.nl tutor
Ion. For one nek. HO cents pur l.uu. tor ouo
ii onlh.nl) ccntt per lino.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, nt De Kami's.
in market at DeBuun' 511 Ohio leveo.
Lilies RMaurant opposite Opera
iiuiK. Oim Htto nronrictor. 11-20 tf
50c. jkt Can,
i;.tu Selects, at Peliiun's.
Foil Oimteiw in any style go the Grand
Opera Restaurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-2(1 tf
New blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing alion has been open -wl
by Mr. l Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blafkaiuithing wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly.
nt DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
"Hackmetack," a lasting and fragrant
perfuirc. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
go to DcRuun's, 50 Ohio levee.
That Hacking Cough can be so cuickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it.
PaulG. .Schuh, agent. (I)
Free ol Cost.
All pirsons wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
bronchitis, or any affection of the Throat
aud Lungs are requested to call nt Harry
AY'. Schuh's drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery fur Con
sumption freo of co6t, which will show you
what a regular dollar-sizo buttle will do. (1)
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early ducay, losa of manhooJ, &c, I
w ill send a recipe that will cure you, free
OK CHAU'iE. This great remedy was
discovered bv a minister iu South America.
Send a sell-addressed euvelope to t ho Rev.
Joseph T. Lnman, Station D., New York
The U. S. government are using large
Dtimbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Loum,
f iitlvunir. id Sivile.ii fof Creameries. Dia
ries. Hntter D'hIit. hiiI Grocers. Send
forcircular. Howe Scales Co., St. Louis
Gu and Opera Kostaurmt opposite
Oner II juu ui atiirj, Bic.k entrance on
7 tli street. Oystera in every style. 11-20 tf
Tue Wm. Alu.v liAituKii-yitop is one of
the best appointed shops in tho city; five
barbers all tirst-cuss workmen. Call at
tlm shop, Commercial uveiiue next the
Opera Houe and get hair-cutting, sliam-
uooiniii; riii .1 shaving done iu aa artistic
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can bo baved by us-
ing proper judgment in taking caro of the
health of yourself and family. If you arc
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low Mid depressed Hpirits. and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of thiue
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never f.iil
to cure, and that for the trilling sum of lit",
tv ci iits Tribune. Sold by Harry W,
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint: hhiloli a VilaliZ'T is guaran
teed to cure. Paul G. Si'.luih, agriit. (2)
Scekk's Port Grape Wine lor weakly per
sons. This excellent ptoiliicl, of the grape
is prescribed mid .used by the leading phy
sicians in the country, w hen agem rous and
lion i filing wine is deMiablc; especially fur
females, ged persons and consumptive;
mi l by c hurches lor communion. Hun
dreds of New York physicians h ive visited
Kim'it'm Voii'viirdi mid uinn ri-Uiiri. but
twelve milrsdibtunt from N 'w York, and
pronounced ins wine pure ami micxeiici
For sale by Paul G. Schuh.
Having purchas'jd the l.akery ot J
Anthony, on Wastliingtnn avenue between
!Uli ami 10th htrectti, I iir..uvd to offer to
tho public at all times frcnii Inead, cakes,
&c. of the best ipulity at the lowest prices
lo dm lout vi in me cny. y.m nmi see me.
1 I r. l.rvL-i.
A (iool Uestauriint.
If you want a good meal call ut Schoeii
incyer's Kestauraut cor. 10;h st. and Wush-
ing avo. Only 25 cts. for a reu'ular meal,
and day boarding will lind tlio UvxX aecom-
inodation ou reason aiile terms.
AOrst-clasa Qijekn Oiman, $1.00 per
chance. Address Will LMKiiy.
Delta City Fire Company.
Tho uiembcis of the Delta firo company
are requested to meet at the engine-house
in uniform to-ay at ou t o'clock snarp,
to attend tho funeral of our deceased mem
ber. Maj. Wm. WoMo.
By Order of the Com pany,
It Fkank Sru.NCEit, Sec.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thete eominni, wn conn por linn,
lrh intnrtloii and whttthur nmrKOil or nm, n csicu
Inliiil to fnwurd auy m m's IiiisIiiom Intrrott nr
always paid for.
Phil. Saup is selling chances on a mu
M. P. Polk, state treasurer of Tcuiich-
see. has left the country and his accounts
aro about $400,000 short.
Wanted A good cook. Apply to Mrs,
Hurnctt.No. U2 10th street. ilt.
Mr. riiif. C. Barclay rejoices in the
possession of a baby boy since yestarday af
A now crossing over Washington av
enuo on Ninth Street, finished yesterday, is
a public blessing.
Schoolchildren will llnd Tun Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and o lor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stare. tf
Mr. Harry Walker is taking the in
nitiatory steps toward a grand gift enter
prise at some time in the near future.
Dr. E. W. Whitlock's dental rooms are
connected now with the telephone exchange.
The number of the instrument is 8(1.
Fun Sale -A No. 1 fresh Milch Cow,
witli calf only 2 weeks old. Inquire of Tt.
Only one criminal case of in the police
courts yesterday, and that was oao of a
mild abuse ot whisky, disposed of accor
ding to law by Magistrate Coming?.
Members of tho Delta tire company are
requested to meet at their hall at 1 oclock
p. m., to-day. By order of the secretary,
as per notice in tho special local.
Lost: A lady's mink Inn, on Eighth
street or Washington avenue. Finder will
please leave same at this office.
Mr. L. D. Owens, conductor on the
Iron Mountain railroad won the shot gun
ralllod off at Hurry Walker's Friday night.
Mr. Henry Winter Inn died the bones and
Mr. W. A. Winana who has for some
months beeii clerk nt The llalliday, and
proved himeelf well qualilied for that po
sition, has accepted a position in the office
of Capt. Jno. G. D. Knight, of the U. 8.
Survey corpse, and will assume the duties
thereof to-morrow morning.
.The Hibernian fire com puny will give
a social dance at its hall on Washington
avenue Thursday uight, Jan. 11th. 5t.
Mardi gras comes on Tuesday, the 6th
of February Ihw yar, much earlier than
last year, and there is no time now to pre
pare for a grand celebration of the event.
But the Mystic Krcw will meet to morrow
night and wo feel sure will prepare to ob
serve the day in some befitting way.
-The ladies of the Episcopal church will
give a parlor entertainment some time dur
ing this week. The exact tinvj and placo will
bo duly announced perhaps iu Tuesday's
Bulletin. Those who have attended any of
tho entertainment given by these ladies in
the past, will look forward to tho coining
one with some impatience.
Professor Charles Hardy will organize
his dancing class for gentlemen to-raorrow
night. For particulars inquire of Nich.
Monce, on Eighth Street. It
Mr. C. Close spent several days last
week at Dongola trying to organize a coun
cil of the Legion of Honor, an institution
similar iu form and intent to the Knights
of Honor. Wo umhrstood ho met with
success, and that nearly or quite a sufficient
uumber of members to secure a charter
-The store of M. Colin, at America Pu
laski county, was destroyed by tire, last
Saturday night about 1 o'clock. Tho loss
on building aud stock was $2,000; insured
for $1,000. Tho firo was evidently tho
wi rk of an incendiary, but there is uo clue
to the perpetrator. Tho post office was lo
cated iu the building.
A present that could hot be
xcelled for general usefulness is displayed
at Coleman's book store in hhapu of a
"Silent" New Home Sewing Machiue, with
all attachments; price at factory, $35.00
and Coleman only asks $15 fur it. Call
and see it. .'It.
-In the spring thfi Widow and Orphan's
Aid Society will begin the erection of a
building for its olllceis and for other pur
poses. Tho society has purchased tho lot
Mely vacated by Mr. U. H. Cunningham
on the north side of Seventh Street, be
tween the avenues. The building will bo
two stories, twenty feet wido and fifty feet
deep, and will be fire-proof composed en
tirely of iron and brick. The society is a
permanent fixture here.
The state bar association mut iu Spring
flehl Thursday C. 0. Bouncy of Chicago
Mn,:rtini, T.ln num,danc, was cood
i r-- n - o
inooiiicers eiectin are; v. ii. uross oi
Springfield, president; Alfred Oreudoiff,
Sptingfiold, secretary; Johu M. Palmer,
Springfield, treasurer; vice-presidents, W
C. Cueffner of Bellville. J. M. Wilkins of
Marshall, Wm. Barnes of Jacksonville, C
L. lligbeo of Pittsfiold, Oscar F. Pi ice, of
Galosburg, Wm. II. Kilgore of Sterling,
and JamtB L. High of Chicago.
rulaskl Patriot; "Eli Perkins has
been arrestod in Kentucky for kissing
girl. Great liars come to grief, Ex. We
have oot heard that tho editor of the Cairo
Bulletin even came to grief."All of which
would soein to indicate that tho editor of
Tns Bulletin is not sod did not do what
Eli is and did do; and it is also an ack
nowledgi inont ou tho part of the young
man ot the Patriot that ho wronged iu
when, in times gono by, ho intimated that
wo were not tho soul of truth and nonor.
But wo must decline to acicpt tho appolo
gy, because it was made accidentally, at a
moment when the young man's natural in
clinationtobefair had uiomentairly escaped
from under tho prcssuro of his vindictive
purpose to slander us.
At Springfield on Thursday Judge
Treat of tho United States circuit court, a
ter having heard extensive . arguments of
the various parties in interest, appointed
Charles Howard of Boston, Mass., receiver
of tho Danville, Olney and Ohio river rail
road. Mr. Fairbanks aud others, represcu
tho Indianpolis Rilling Mill Co. and other
floating indebtedness, bitterly opposed tho
appointment of Mr. Howard, claiming that
he wrecked tho road. This appointment is
considered a triumph for tho bond holders,,
Tho receiver's bond is $25,000.
dipt. Enls put the case very happily
at a recent banquet given him iu New Oi
lenns, when ho said that the cost of making
a twenty-foot channel in tho Mississippi
river from Cairo to the gulf, according to
the commission plan, would not exceed the
vultio of a siiigln crop of wheat on n tract
of Ian4 forty miles square ut a dollar a
bushel. The mere saving in transportation
o! the crop from a barn of that sizo would
pay the cost of this improvement in ten
years, yet tho territory iu tho Mississippi
v.illey, which would be directly benelitod,
is big enough to make 780 such farms.
can it be doubted, the improvement is
wrrth all it will cost.
Tho an lience at the Opera Hoiisn last
night, drawn there by Frank Mordaunt's
"Shipmate" comp itiy, was not Urge but
without doubt one of tho best entertained
and best pleased that ever gathered there.
The play is a very interesting one through
out and abounds in pleasant and thrilling
scenes. Each character appeared to tho
best advantage clear through the ply.
Fnnk Mordaunt ns "Captaiu Weather-
gage" can ruve no superior and but few
tqual-', for he appeared to be infection it
self last night. The c impmy is a remark
ably strong one throughout, eveiy put is
well .sustained. The an lience lat night
applauded the performance to tlm echo
time and again.
Hart min ' hall was crowded lat night
again with people to witness the wonderful
performances of Prof. Andress, tho illusion
ist, ventriloquist, bleight-of-haud perform
er aud almost everything else that is puz-
zling. The success the Prut.
has met wi'h during his stay
iu this city is surprising wlnu
it is considered what influences he has had
to contend with. There have beoa grand
social entertftinmonts, somo of the best
theatrical talent in tha country nearly
every night, and tho worst kind of weather
throughout his stay here. Yet ho has
drawn good houses every night and during
the Uft few nights his hall was almost
packed. This alone proved that the at
traction offered by the Professor was some
thing extraordinary, and That they wore
this, all who have seem them agree. Last
night was the Professor's last, and his per
formance execede 1 all his previous oik in
itsbtartling character. The universal verdict
of all who saw him must be that hu is the
best in his art that has ever visited these
Mr. A. II. Hanson, general passenger
agent of tho Illinois Central railroad com
pany, has just issued tho following circular
to general pssungerandticketagcnt8:"The
Illinois Central railroad assuming control
of the Chicago, St. Louis & New Orlean
railroad Jan. 1st, lSSIl, I would request
that on and alter that date all communica
tions relating to the passctig business of
that lino bo addressed to mo at Chicago.
On all future issues of tickets but one cou
pon will be required between Chicago or
St. Louis (or any intermediate point) and
New Orleans, which should read "via Illi
nois Central railrid," excepting from St.
Louis to New Orleaur (south bound),
which fhoiild read "via St. Louis & Cairo
Short Line (Du Quoin route)." From Jau
uary 1st the entire proportions on tickets
between any of the ubovj points should be
reported to tho Illinois Central railroad
company. Communications iu reference to
the baggage business should bo addrctwed
to Mr. 11. A. Winter, general agent, Chica
go. Mr. J. W. Coleman, assistant general
passenger agent, Will make his headquar
ters at New Orleans,"
The announcement by telegraph that
Gambetta's biaiu weighed 1,100 grammes
naturally attracted some attention, though
so few people arc sufficiently familiar with
tho French weight i to know how much
1,100 grammes would bo in avoirdupois,
and not a very much larger proportion of
the public could give a vjrv chisa guoi. na
to how much good, healthy hu jian brain
ought to weight. The grammu is tho unit
of the French metric Bystem and is equal to
nearly 15 1-2 graius troy. The exact frac
tion is 15,4J25. There are 7,000 troy graioB
in tho avoirdupois pound and it therefore
takes about 45111 1-3 gramiuej to equal
that weight. According to this Gambot
ta's brain must have weighed almost ex
actly 3D ounces, which is so remarkably
light that a natural inference is raised that
Micro has been some mistake in transmit
ting the cablegram. Of course there are
extraordinary execntiou to nearly all rules
as to proportion an I siz'i of tho organs of
the human body, but judging from tho pur
sonal descriptions of Gambettu, a brain of
80 ounces for a man of his frame would very
nearly indlcato idiocy instead of a power
ful, not to say brilliant, intellect. The sin
gle line iu wuicn trio uispatcti is given
does not givi an indication as to whether
the weight assigned for the brain of the
statesman is considered largo, small or un
usual in any way. If correctly trausmittod
it will doubtless be looked on by anatom
ists as tho most remarkable thing about a
very remarkable man.
Tho number of immigrants landed at
Castle Garden in Now York during tho
year 1883 is more than 47,000. It was ex
pected that tho immigration this year
would be fully 500,000, but, while the num
ber of arrivals in the first six months of
tho year showed a largo increase over the
figures for tho corresponding months of
tho previous year, there was a marked do
creRso in tho number arriving In the last
six mouths. Tho total number landed up
to noon on tho 80th of December is 473,
042, an increase of 32,598 over the figures
of 1881, whin 441,044 were landed. Ger
many fdroishes the largest number of im
migrants. Tho books of tho department
show th it for the first ten months of tho
year the arrivals from that country were
170,083; from Ireland, 48,734; from Swed
en, 39,581 ; from England, 30,080; from
Italy, 3,819 ; and from Russia, 15,137. In
1881 Germauy supplied 105,871; England,
31,003; and Italy, 16,053.
Among the prominent persons who
lied during the year 1882 aro tho follow
ing: Charles Darwin, Ralph Waldo Emer
son, Prof, Henry Draper, Henry W. Long
fellow, Arthur Sketchley, Anthony Trol
lope, Ainsworth, Betthold, Aucrbach, Ro-
setti, Dr. John Brown, Louis Blanc, Henry
Giles, Henry James, sr., Geo. P. Marh,
Richard H. Dans, among literary men,
Among tho politicians and soldiers may bo
mentioned; Garibaldi. Tljurlow Weed. E.
W. Stoiigiiton, Gons, K lufmann and Sko
belofi', ex-Gov. Bullock, of Mass.; Lapham,
of California; Washburn, of Wisconsin;
Humphreys, of Mississippi; and Duncan, of
Ohio; Clarkson F. Porter, Godlovo S. Oi th,
Stephen A. Hurlbut, Horace Maynard, J.
T. Updcgraff, BeDj. U. Hill, Rear Admiral
John R igers, Gen. J. G Brainard, Gen. G.
K. Warren; among thelogian's. Dr. Th)!,
archbishop of Dautebury ; Dr. Bellows and
Dr. Pusey; aai'.ug the females were Mary
Lincoln, the widow of Abraham Lincoln,
the widow of Daniel Webster andAdolaido
Joneshoro Gazette: "The Toledo, Cairo
tfc Texis railroad project is still reaching
out, and Metropolis, iu this state, and Pa
ducah, Ky., are reaching out for it. The
narrow-gauge system of railroads will un
doubtedly bo constructed all through the
country. It is now definitely stated that
tho main line of tho Toledo road will inter
sect tho St. Louis & Cairo road 0 miles
south of Murphysboro, and run to Cairo on
the St. L AC. rail. The engineers are, we
underhand, surveying this route from, Ben
ton, via Carbondale. All right. Wo are
for more railroads in southern Illinois, and
wi.-h every project success. But it seems
to us that t iis proposed Metcalf-Toledo on
tci prise is taking m rc ground than it can
well occupy. Let us have tin main road,
gentlemen, and then it will ba tinn for
branches to Metropolis, Paducah and Cape
Girardeau." And again; 'The "sweeping
reductions' of passenger rates advertised
by the St. Louis & Cairo narrow-gauge is
to charge 3 ceuta per mile, as required
hy tho railroad law of the state. The trav
el ou this road has greatly iucreasod since
this reduction. Now if the management
wilt put on night trains from St. Louis to
Cairo, with chair cars, it will bo money in
the pock-ct of tho company, and bo a con
venience to the people on tho line."
The funeral services of tho late Major
Win. Wolle will be held at his residence
on Poplar Street betwoeu 20th and Divis
ion Streets, to-day (Suoday) Jan. 7th, at
2 o'clock p. in. Tho funeral cortege will
leave the house at half-past two, and at 3
o'clock a special funeral train will leavo
foot of Eighth Street for Beach Grove Cein
etery where tbn rumains will hu interred.
Friends und acquaintances of the family
are invited to attend.
Springfield, III. Jan. 5. After the ex
citing setihatious of yesterday in both hou
ses, there wsb very little of interest in ei
ther to-day. In tact there was nothing
mora than a hurry to perfect the prelimin
aries of tho session aud go homo to spend
Sunday, This is excusable at this time, as
nothing can bo done uutil tho various
standing committees aro appointed. Thou
tho assembly can work, if there is anything
to do, which does not seem to bo very ap
parent at'this time, as no interest of tho
stale septus to he. suffering for legislation.
Eveu when tho committee are appointed,
very littln will bo done until a United
States senator is elected.
Tho action of tho five non-voting Dem
ocratic henators iu broakiug tho Republi
can dead-lock of the senate yesterday
evening is still tho subject of comment.
Tho non voters say they have secured by
their action tho arrangement of all' the
senate committees bo they wilt be composed
of just enough Republicans to glvo that
party a majority of only one instead of four
or tivo as heretofore. Also, that by the Re
publican machlno organization, the Doui
ocrats got four committee clerks, .two po
liceman and the janitor of the cloak-room.
Whether the game justifies the expenditure
of the ammunition, will have to be deter-
OAIHO OPERA HOUSK.
THE OPERATIC EVENT OF THE SEASON !
Ono Night Onlv!
OF THE FAMOUS
C. D. HESS' ACME 0PE1IA COMPANY.
OO Artists, ChoriwterH mid Musicians GO
INCLUDING THE CELEBRATED LYRIC STARS,
EMMA ELSNER, '
ROSE LEIGHTON and
LIZZIE ST. QUINTEN.
MARK SMITH, MKSSRW.
JAMES G. PEAKES,
ARTHUR W. TAMS,
JAMES II. JONES and
I.IIENRY C. PEAKES.
MONDAY, January 8th, 1888,
Will bo presented tfio Grand Opera,
Casto to the full strength of the Company.
W. IS." TAYLOR, - Musical Director.
Notwithstanding the great importance and expense of this engagement, tne following
very moderate scalo of prices is announced : Parquetto and Parquette Circles, $1.25;
Dress Circle, $1.00; Gallery, .10 cents. Seats lor sale lit Buder's Jewelry Store on
Friday morning, January 5th, 1883.
mined by future results. Many think it a
transaction in the in the interest of Gov.
Culhun for United States senator, which it
BUSINESS MEN WANT
Commercial Job Printing in truod shape
and on good paper,
Letter Heads, ( Irish Linen and flat
Note Reads, papers.
Envelopes of nil kinds,
perforated with round
machine. Order Books,
Full Sheet Posters,
Small Bills and Dodgers,
All op which will b; found at The
Bulletin Jon Okkick, No. 78 Ohio Levee.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad street below 0th, three lots
25 by 20 each, making 75 feet on RaMroad
btreet and 20 feet deep. For particulars
apply at Bulletin office.
HPECIAL SERVICES AT TUE CUCRCU OF THE
Right Rev. George F. Seymore, S. T. D.
L. L. D., Bishop of Springfield, will visit
the parish of tho Church of tho Redeemer
to-day, und officiate at tho service this
The service in this church for the day
will be as follows; . Morniug prayer, at 10
a. m. Ordination of Rev. J. B.
Messiah deacon to the priesthood
at which service Bishop Seymorc will
preach the sermon, at 11 a. m.
In the evening, at 7:30 o'clock, there will
be a confirmation of colored candidates
prepared by Rev. Messiah.
These services will be of much more than
ordinary interest to the public generally,
for they will mark the very successful con
clusion of a very commendable, and for a
number of years tho only, systematic effort
by any white church hero to spread tho
Christian religion among our colored fellow
citizens. The fact that Right Rev. Seyruore
will preach at the morning service, and per
haps also at the evening service, will be a
strong additional attraction.
TUB METHODIST CHURCH.
The services in the Mwthodist church this
morning will bo conducted especially for
the interest and benefit of tho children.
Tho usual congregation is expected, but it
is particularly desired that the children bo
preseut. Rev. Scarritt will officiate.
TUB IMllftUYTKHIAN C'HUltCH.
This morning at the usual hour the Holy
Communion will be celebrated at the Pres
byterian church ami the usual sermon will
bo preached by Rev. 15. Y. George; and at
7:30 o'clock to-night tha usual service will
Tho Christian church people will
meet in Temperance hall, on
Eighth Btreet, at 10:30 a. in. to-day for
sorvice. Every member of tho congrcgatio.il
is earnestly requested to bo present.
Rev. A.J. Hess preaches at thn BBptist
church this morning and evening at the
usual hours, Sunday-i-chool at 9 :30 a. m.
sr. patuick'h chuucii.
Father Murphy will conduct the usual
sorvlco iu St. Patrick's church this morning
at 8 and 10 o'clock respectively; and vespers
at 3. p. m.
. WEEK OF I'KAYKll.
The week of prayer is to be observed as
follows! Uuion Gospel rneetinr, Monday
and Tuesday evening, in tho Baptist church,
Wednesday and Thursday, in tho Methodist
church, and Friday and Saturday in tho
Presbyteriau church. Services uuiforuily
at half-past seven p. m.
REV. A. J.UUSS.
. It appoare from the Charleston Courier
of Friday that "A. J. Hess has accepted
the call of the Baptist church a t that place
for another year. Salary $1,000. He will
preach there every Sunday."
A Novel Style of Overcoat.
If any oo wnnts to contiuue saving the
expense of an overcoat, and at the same
time escape iheuuiatisin, fucIi weather as
this, be must invest fifty cents in a bottle
of St. Jacobs Oil and hither himself with it
IF YOU DO,
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
AdvertUc in The Cairo Bli.i.kti.v.
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Tbetimn li now at hind.
DON'T FORUB T TUB fill M) EXUl'KSIOX
TUESDAY, January 9th,
At thU will poilttvely b tha hit xcflr
ton of the aiou to the
The KxcurnioD Train will leir FI'l.TO.V,
Ky.. Tin the 1. (,' K. if. tt SMS A. M ., on
Fare for the ROUND TRIP:
AND RKTt'RV, ONLV 1 l.f.O, AND
TICKKTS (500I) TO RETURN ON ALL
Ticket for tale at Fulton liy Mr.
W. P. NOLEN,
ut and bolow COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A partial Hat of articles aud iirici'R,
at follows :
m r,0to$;i 75
5 00 to 5 50
r 00 a Net.
- 2 25 to 2 50
(i 00 to 50
ll)c to 15c per yd.
7 00 to 12 00 each
A Caii lioeker for 75c, larg'e size.
And h'I other Huii'uhold aud Kllcliun Furni
ture nt rnmu proportion. We have aa lmrounto
ttork of all klnde and innet tell.
It. J. I UN SON,
Cor. loth Sr. A, Washington Ave.
CJ O A. l-j
D Siovos JJ
No. 27 .D MSI
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