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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILL., TUESDAY MORNING, APRII 15, 188.
IJIOE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, IUinoin.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL. SB 100.000!
A General Banking Business
THOS. W. IlAhUUAV
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLrSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
THOS. W. IZA.L.1 DAY .
Commercial Avenue and riglith Street
F. PROBS. Prudent.
H. fci!U.8, Cashier.
I P. NgKr VlePre'nt
I T. J. Kerth, A't r.nnh
T. BroM-.. Cairo I William Kluie. .Cairo
Peter Neff William Wolf.... "
C. If . Oslerloa " C. O I'atler "
. A. Under " I II. Well
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia,.;
A QISEKAL BANKING BCSIN'BbS DuNE.
Exchange cold and botieht. Internst paid U
tha Hayings Department. Collection made and
til basl&us promptly attended to.
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Q.EORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
8peil attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
Bent of eari(lcl diseatei. and diseases of women
OFIflCB Ca Mth itrcet, oppciite the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELBCTRO-VAPOR un MEDICATED
lady In attendance.
JJR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornn-Na, 1M Commercial Avenue, betweea
Klttta and Ninth 8treu
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tlie
Law of 1883.
Succesior to Wldnwi and Orphan" Mutual Aid So
ciety, organlied July 4th, 1877, nnder
the lawa of VSii.
JOHN H. ROBINSON President
WM. 8TRATi'"N....m.. Vlce-PrUident
J. A. OOLiiSTINK M ..Treasurer
0. W. DUNNING M Medical Advieer
THOMAS LEWIS - Secretary
BOARD OP DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Btratton, Stratton A Bird, ero-.em, Cairo, 111.,
J. A, Goldmine, ofUoldatlne & Koen water, whole
ale and retail dry good;C. W. Dunning. M. I).;
Fret. B1. Med. Ex.. for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
commlaalon merchant: J. If. Robinson, county
Judge aot notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance agent; R. H. Balrd, city
Ueet eopervlsor; M. I'hifllps, carpenter and build
er; Thoraaa Lewis, attorney and secretarv: ' E. V.
Pierce, aitorney-at-law, DuQuoln 111, ; K. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Bank, Ashley. III. ; Albert
Ilayden, cashier of George Connelly A Co., Spring
field. Ill ( B. M Mnnn, attorney-at-law, lf,6 Kaa
dolph atreet, Chicago; lion, Kobt. A, Ilatchor, at-tornay-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.j H. Lelghton,
caahler Flrtt National Bank, Btnart, Iowa.
KHia'MATIH.n and NEL11ALGLA bare
long caoutfh run riot in ibe tinman
Thoy tavo tormonted tlio buraan family and
di-Hud the mMlcai faculty ; from time out of memory
they have corrupted the blood, demoralized the Joint,
vexed tho nervi. atnmizrd the (UUHcke and rocked
the brain with wearying ialn.
"AniLopnonos" 13 tho cnomy of Rlicuma
tisia and Neuralirlo, repaun their damatroB, renewa
the blood, earn ttie JniiiU, calms the nerve, aoothea
tho muscleH, (fiveii rrint aud ieace to tlie troubltU
bruin, and uiuiiren dollghtf ul aluep.
"AniwrnoROS" 13 a new remedy, tut It Has
bflpti aljuailautly tricrl. From fax and near come toa.
tinioulalH from wiUl knoirn tmnua who bad loo
ban sutrerers. It ruw turned their diseaiica out It
luui cunxl them. That iti all, and tliut Is enough.
"ATHLornonos" can do for you what
!t lias dino fur tho.so RulFerere. It can
drive out your Rheumatism anJ Neuralgia,
and will do bo if you give it a fair trial.
" ATTTLorwmoa ' I;a3 by tuis time had such a
pood tr.il all over tlie coimtrj' tbat iu true work U
knowu, and itB true character proved.
"AniLornor.03" mearis 'ITlw-Bearpr;"
Vletir;'1 "Conqueror" ItcarrimoH therzea
Victor over tho attacks of tiiie U-rnble tnaladiea,
and CosyuEiiou of the frightful otroniea their no
tlma have endured. Not a mere tf;m;orary relief,
but a permanent, endurUur, and triumphant cure.
If yon cannot pet Aimoraonos of your drug,
pi-it, wo win wnd It express p:dd. on nelpt of
regular prlpp one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy it from your drulst, but if he
hasn't It, do not be p rsuaded to try Bometaliig
tl3e, but order at otice from ua as directed.
ATHLCPKOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
J-J a - ;LM -aWa-WWl-JB'J a."JBIJTw,
r T, Xl'M 3 ilZMfa mk "ill
"n.' liiiir : thermal Utff aU'tcro.
It is t'jn rvil way "1 szuokiur. Vou (ret
i.'j'irn d:pvt;y at ibe fiavir and frwrrsnee.
Yju tat" tiin ni,ko co'Jer, and tb Vjmc
(lanhr and m!rr. Ii aaokil ie
s n.'ikiMr rednryvi ,, a fine art.
Tne in"r.' t!ir q,vti'iu of a-lti!U"rat-I
tobacco f.ircea It K 00 tlie atVEtlon of
nnokerx. the more deiraUe it beccmea
to know i roc'.Kely what you are smokin?.
In Bia.kwtli' liu2 Durham Bmokinjr To-
bat-co you have aimaraatee,
1 aiwayH, iu n w aiures
JL I ownunailuHerated product
nfnTl' I 'tB 'rsTnf- CTor, and
' Jr- I unxiiri awed iiuality. are de-
r.vea Jpim uie aoU and air.
Try it, and you will be ni.
ufirt. N ine cenuine with
out trademark of the Bull
All ancrewftil F'.-!iermm and Sport,
men r.:. ki IilatkweU'a Bull Durham
biu jkinj.- Tobacco, and they tnjoj it
The Regular Cairo & Paducah Daily
I1F.NRY E. TATLOR, Master.
UEOKOE JOliEs, Cicrlt.
Iyav" Pdarah forCtlro daily (Snndayi except
ed' at S a. in , and M.mnd I'itv'at 1 p. m. Ketarc
InK, leavet Ca.ro at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. is Mail
For PadtKah, Smithlsnd. Dvvrs'mrf, Eddyvllle.
Canton, Dover, Clarksvill'e aud Nashville,
B. S. KHEA.
J . S. TTNEU Master.
OEM. JOBES Clerk.
Li'irvi'i every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
Sa W. H. CHEKPiY.
WM. STRNf Mister.
FELIX G HASTY Clerk.
L Avi-e every Fr'dav mornine at 1(1 o'clock, mak
IngcloKe connections at Nanhvllle with tho L. 4
N. K. II. and N. & C K K. for all points south,
with tho Tpper Cumb. rlKnd Packet Co.. for all
points for the I'pper Cnmherland. For freight or
palace, epply on board or to W. F. Lambdin,
For Sale bv
FLO UK, GRAIN AXI) HAT
Egyj) t ian Flouring Mi! Is
Highest Cub Price Paid for Wheat
QThe celebration of the Easter Festival
upon Easter Sunday at the Church of tho
Redeemer was one of great interest and
en joj ment. At tlie early ctlehratien of tho
Holy Eucharist at 7 o'clock, a large num
ber of communicants were rre.cDt. At the
11 o'cluck service the church was crowded,
many persans being unable to find leats,
and at the evening servico a larye and at
tractive congregation wa in attendance.
The sermons by tlie Rector, the Rev. F. P.
Davenport, were masterly and full of feel
ing and fitting to the great themes of the
The muBic was of a high order and
beautifully rendered by the able choir,
consisting of Mifs Clara Robbing, soprano;
Mrs. G. M. Storer, contralto; Mr. E. M.
Houth, tenor, and Mr. W. A. Butler, basso.
Miss Ella Rabbins presided at the fine or
ran in her usual ekillful manner. The ser
vices were rendered heartily and devoutly,
and will long be remembered by those who
participated in them.
The Easter decorations were very beauti
ful, and mny fine flower pieces deserve
especial mention. Pendant from the hand
some brass lectern, which is a
memorial to Mr. Wm. II. Morris was a
large aod beautiful wreath. Two lovely
and elaborate baskets of roses were placed
near the rector's chair as memorials to the
Rev. M. R. Dillon-Lee, formerly rector of
the parish, and to Mr. W. II. Axe, a faith
ful worker in the Sunday School. Upon the
front, which held a very large and elegant
cr'iss cf solid flowers, was suspended a deli
cate wreath encircling the letter K. in
pure white, a fitting memorial to little
Katie, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'W.
B. Gilbert. At th foot of tlie altar a
handsome pillow of white blossom1) and
green leaves bore in scarlet fl iwers the
initial B. in memory of Mr. Arnaia Barry,
father ot Mrs. 'V7. B. and Mrs. M. F. Gil
bert. Several other fine flower pieces,
many pot plants, including some very fine
callars and very rich bouquets, a bower of
The permanent decorations were of a rich
and costly nature. The elegant, solid,
carved, black walnut altar used for the first
time on this occa-ion and procured from
J. R. Lamb & Co., of New York, was
the gift of the children of the
?uniay scnool, and placed in
the church as a memorial to the late
Bishop Whitehouse. The altar is a rich
and beautiful piece of work giving dignity
to the whole chancel, and a fit setting to
the elegant memorial brasses, cross, vases,
candlesticks and book rest, placed in the
church at Christmas. At the back of the
altar bringing all these things into fine
relief was placed a beautiful reredos, of
crimson panels framed in gilt, with a gilt
cross at the apex of och panel, flanked
on either side by large panels of white
similarly framed and bearing suitable em
blems in gilt, and still further extended to
the side of the chancel by crimson screens
finished in gilt points, eight in number.
This decoration which will bo permanent
was the gift of Mr. II. II. Canden and Mr.
M.F.Gilbert, and adds greatly to the
beauty and richness of the chancel.
Tho growing interest in the church work,
the full attendance upon Lenten services,
especially the Three Hours service on Good
Frday, conducted by Bishop Seymour, all
have prepared the parishioners of the
Church of the Redeemer for a hearty parti
cipation in the Easter which they hare
A year ago the trustees of Dongola put
it before Dongolans to vote "License or No
License." The nodicense party voted
down license down by a majority of six
votes. On the first instant at Dongola's
annual municipal election the same subject
was voted on agiin, the result this time
being a tie vote. A Prohibition board be
ing elected, of course, Dongola will do
without a licensed saloon for the next 12
months. Republican politicians ha7e al
ways dubbled the Democratic party, a
whisky party. The Democratic party in
Union County has a majority over the Re
publican party of twelve hundred votes,
and yet to-day there is net a licensed saloon
in Union County, which so far as Demo
cracy in Union County is concerned does
not look much like it is a whisky party.
In Dongola any one who lives here can
see a marked improvement in the general
morals of the place. We have ceased to
have street brawls. Our calaboose has not
had a man in it for being drunk in a year.
The buildings, formerly used for saloms,
still exhibit the sign "SALOON," yet peo
ple pass them by without stopping to fool
away time, money or commansense. Like
the dend devil-fish, they can do us no barm
now, and may wo not hops that Dongola
may never again bo Beared by the crimes
of men made drunk by whisky used in li
censed saloons. Doncola deserves a better
fate than beiofr perpetually cursed with
saloons. Her property-holding citizens
comparo favorably with the good
citizens of all other towns and
now that aaloons are played out, those
fellows who will sell their Tote for a nickle I
cigar, or a guzzle of "red eye," will leave
the town and so mote it be I
Business Is fair and money plenty and
the prospect good for an average crop of
wheat. The farmers are hauling off their
ld wheat and selling it for one dollar a
bushel. Plowing and getting ready to
plant is now the general order, so that
little is said about the probable nominee on
either side for President in 1881.
A few there be, who do take time to
read about the doings of the mob in Cin
cinnati and the general expression is "what
a pity that they failed to get at those forty
murders in jail" when we think of the
poor tramp who was murdered near Don
gola a few years a?o, of Emma Bond's
case, the murder of Zora Burns and others,
and then remembered that every one of the
accused came clear, through the agency of
a few dollars, corrupt judges and juries
aided by imprincipaled criminal lawyers
we feel glad that the honest part of the
community are showing signs of melting
out justice to murderers, whether juriers
be willing or not. He once heard a man
(?) swear in court that he could not go into
trial without a certain witness who was
then in another state, and that he had used
due diligence in trying to get him, so the
judge continued the case. This fellow was
charged with murder and was guilty beyond
a rfoubt. The very witcess that he swore
ho wanted, he had paid to leave, and had
ho been in court and told what he knew,
his evidence would have hanged the fellow
The man Hazel, who kicked a little girl
to death near Dongola a few years ago,
was only sent to the penitentiary for life
and, in a few years, will bo pardoned, no
doubt, and sent out to kill some one else.
Out upon such doings and let the honest
part of humanity cry aloud, "We have had
enough, ye men who make our laws go to
work at the earliest date possible to arrange
our laws be that the murder may be
brought to justice.
Jas. P. McLain is selling the celebrated
Buckeye cord binder harvesting machine,
the very best machine in the world. Those
in need can find Mr. McLain in Dongola
or at his beautiful farm, six miles south of
Jonesboro. Old Trim.
Dosgola, April 10th, 1884.
A minister in Lowell, Mass., has been
obliged to five up preaching on account of
trouble in his throat. If this reverend
gentkttan had taken Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup he would still have been a useful
member of his profession.
THE WORLD'S FAIR.
ECROPK, ASIA, AFRICA, NORTH AND SOUTH
AMERICA, ALL UXDER SIX ACRES
The different forms of amusements have
still a charm for tho curious, whila from
them the general observer of the world's
progress gains much food for reflection. In
a country possessing a show like John B.
Dons', a consideration of the might-have-beens,
renders reality tha more vivid by
contrast. To be sure, there are shows
which endeavor to create a belief in the
composition of the moon being actually
green cneese, so far as its effects upon the
average man. The new monster is not such
a show; it believes that the public knows a
thing or two, and would not stand such
practice of deception upon them. There
fore, we will give a correct synopsis of what
you see in Dork' New Monster Shows. It
would be impossible, however, in an ordi
nary newspaper report to go into details
concerning the attractions. However, a
few of them can be mentioned, and to these
justice cannot bo done : First and foremost
of all comes Theodorus, the White-Spotted
Sacred Elephant, or Apis of tho Buddhists
for so has tho white elephant been called
and his royal attendants, or foreign com
missioners, Sujah and Dara. A fact beyond
contradiction is, that Theodorus is tho only
genuine representative in America of the
animal held most sacred by the Siamese.
He is a great curiosity, and no person
should miss this opportunity of seeing his
royal majesty. The troupe of Fourteen,
Real, Brawny Turks, first appearance in
America, most wonderful in their feats of
strength, forming human pyramid, etc.
Salbini's French Troupe of Bicycle Riders,
the best and acknowledged champions of
the world. Moore Family Siberian Roller
Skaters, most skillful lady and gentleman
skaters in the world. Riffia Bey, the dex
terous knife-thrower. Katauiorpa, queen
of the reptile world, who handles tho
venomous and deadly serpents. You will
see the best malo riders, best female riders,
more athletes, more acrobats, more leapers
and more animals than were ever exhibited
under one management. Remember, also,
that this is a three-ring circus and an ele
vated stage; and with all these unimpeacha
ble laefs, we would suggest that you co
early in order to get good scats. The show
will positively be in Cairo to-day.
Come. Gentle SDrinc
and bring malaria, dyspepsia, biliousness,
torpidity of liver and a train of kindred
maladies. Fortunately Kidnty-Wort is at
hand. It mar ba had nt tlin nearmr rlnir.
gist and will purity the system, correct tho
sioraacn ana bowols, stimulate the liver
and kidneys to healthy action, remove all
poisonous humors and makn vnil teal likfl
a new man. As a spring medicine, tonic
and blood purifier it has no iqual. ,
Tho XoimIIp'h F.jc.
Tho man who attempts to thread a
needle for a lady frieyd, takes a great
er risk than ho who with a lighted ci
gar in his mouth h.mdlos a kog of pow
der. Ho knows there is an clement of
danger in what ho is doing when ho
tackles tho powder, but it isn't one man
in a hundred that suspects anything
out of tho usual run of things when
r.sked by a lady to thread a needle.
Few men there aro that can resist such
nn appeal, especially If tho lady bo
young and pretty. When sho is young
and pretty, thero is nil tho moro reason
for being on your guard. It is a
woman's privilego to never grow older
than twenty-two, nnd it is her privilege
to cover up and deny her weak points,
especially dimness of vision brought
on by old age. It is expected that a
woman will conceal these defects, and
no matter how sho dors it, it can't bo
considered a falsehood, no matter how
void of truth her denial may be. This
being tho caso, sho suspects that every
man in tho country is trying to play
the sanio tactics, and in order to put
him to tho test, sho will hand him a
necdlo and ask him to thread it. Seo
how closely sho watches every move
ment of her victim. Seo her smilo ns
he wets his big thumb nnd index finger
and trios to twist the ohstinato thread
to a point. It is a whole circus to her.
Soo the poor victim get his hands up
befoio him and try to steer that thread
into the eye of that needle. His eyes
bung out like tea-cups, tho perspiration
rolls off his brow, but he knows noth
ing of it. Ho is intent only on ono
object, no matter how much of a show
ho is making of himself in trying to
thread a needle that has no eye. Sho
gave that needlo to him knowing that
were his eyesight good, ho would de
tect it. Sho won't bo satisfied by an
explanation that her victim thought
she knew there- was an eyo in it, and,
ns a matter of course, made no exam
ination of tho matter himself. No, no
excuse will right things, and the poor
man who has been victimized, goes
forth from her preseuco after such a
test, as a galvanized old beau who is
getting coltish again nnd wants to cut
up capers with the young girls. Hence
forth that man's life is an unhappy
one. It is needles nnd thread, aud
turead aud needles, whenever he comes
around or is spoken to. Thero is only
one needle a man is sure of threading,
and that is a darning-needle, provided
ho uses "No. C" cotton. No, you don't
want to attempt tho task of threading
a needle for a lady, unless you know
beyond question that tho lady's inten
tions nre honorable and that you aro
sure there is an eyo in tho needle. It
is easier for a camel to go through tho
eyo of a needle than for a man to re
cover his good nanio after trying to
thread an eyeless needle. Peck's un.
The Cut licit rd of Chi I in aim a.
Tho Cathedrnl Citv, as this Stato
Capital is named, has very little of con
spicuous interest unas-oeiated with
yonder great pieco of architecture,
which, so thickly shrouded in .snow to
day, has no eijual in architectural vinw
on the Western Hemisphere. It has its
his-lorv. That history is associated
with tho Santa Eulalia m'ne, which, up
to 18:'!', or tho dato of the expulsion of
tho Spaniards from Mexico, lias yielded
$200,000,000. Tho great cathedral was
constructed by a tax forced on tho
mine of ono real, or twelve and one
half cents, out of each marc, or every
f s, dv order of the Uoyal uovernmont
of Spain. Tho edirlco cost $1,000,000.
Doubtless another $230,000 was con
tributed by tho people in labor and ma
terial. It would require $3,500,000 to
erect it in our time. I ho corner-stone
was laid in 1723.
Architecturally, tho grand cathedral
6tands peerless, as far as mno-nilicently
symmetrical proportions are to bo re
garded in America. The groat cathe
dral of tho City of Mexico covers more
ground. Still, in design, attractions of
harmonious blending of threo schools
of architecture, it is a blunt and bun
gling and unsightly pieco of work com
pared with this masterpieco of Cristov-
al do v ilia. Ho passed moro than half
of his business lifo constructing this
great church, lho design is tho tri
partite schools of Corinthian, Doric aud
Ionic. Tho rear or groat dome end,
which faces tho west, has a width of
133 J feet. Tho front on tho grand
plaza, crownod by tho twin towers, has
a width of eighty-fivo feet. Tho au
dience capacity of tho largo auditorium
is 6,000 people. Tho principal or frout
facade is elaborate in the Doric school
of architecture. It is faced with elab
orately carved columns, interspersed
among which aro tho statues of tho
twelve apostles and San Francisco do
Aziz, patron of tho structure. Chihua
hua Cur. Kansas City 'I'imcs.
Wives of England's Premiers.
Nearly all tho recent Premiers of En
gland havo enjoyed tho advantao of
having had wives of great devotion
nnd considerable ability, to whoso ten
der euro and sympathy in their ambi
tion they havo bc.-u largely indebted.
Tho devotion of tho Countess of Rus
sell, who is still living, and tho Couut
css of Beaconstield, had something of
romance Mrs. Gladstone, yvho is
nearly tho same ago as tho Premier,
accompanies her husband, as did Lady
Beaconslield, every where, and fre
quently remains in tho ladies' gallery
to tho "closo of tho night's sitting. Lord
Palmerston, moro than purhaps any
othor first minister, however, was in
debted for his position and its mainten
ance to his wife, who was physically
and- mentally a remarkable woman.
Up to hor death in 180l, at 83, four
years after her husband, sho could read
without glasses, and talked with all
tho tiro and energy of a young woman
of 20. Her voieo was most cheery,
musical, and soft, Hor eves wcro of
bright blue, and in stpito of a very evi
dent wig she was a very handsomo old
lady. Sho hud sonio peculiarities; al
ways shook hand with her loft hand,
and pronounced cold "could." and
No Money in His Nose.
Thoro was a man who found out this
week in a Bowery musoum that he was
not so peculiarly endowed by nature as
ho had supposed. Measure your own
nose, and if it is an inch long from
tho upper lip straight out to tho end
you ure quito sufficiently provided for
all purposes of utility and beauty. An
inch moro would proverbially bo a
great deal. This man had it, and, In
consequence, ha overrated his nasal
importance. I am bound to say that
his length of noso is to my mind won
derful, aud entitled to bo regarded as a
freak of nature. But a test nas proved
that it does not render him thrilling to
tho masses. Ho is a cigar-maker by
trade. Whenever ho took his walks
abroad, ho was gazed at with amaze
ment. "If I am to bo looked on as a
curiosity," ho reasoned, "it would bo
better to make a lazy living with my
abnormal nose." So ho took his big
feature to tho manager of a 10-cent
"Very well." was tho offer which ho
received. "I'll do just the same by
you that I do by any other new freak.
We can't tell what'll catch on with tho
public. You can havo a place on tho
platform for a week. If you make a
failure, I'll givo you $5; if you hit 'em,
I'll fix a square, liberal salary."
"But how'm I to know whether I hit
'em?" tho amateur curiously asked.
"By seeing whether tho folks stop to
look at you. That's tho test."
Tho noso was not potent. What had
boon novel in private lifo, was almost
disregarded in a professional. It seems
to bo settled that a protuberance of two
Indies doe3 not mako a face fascinating.
Tho man has returned to his cigar
bench. New York Letter,
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE, THURSDAY
EVE., APRIL 17TU.
The management takes great pleaeure in
being able to announce the engagement of
Miss Rose Eytinge for one night only in
"Felica, or a Woman's Love," a melo-drama
which drew crowded houses at the Union
Square Theatre, New York, for two hundred
The Cairo public need not be told that
Miss Eytinge ranks very high in the dra
matic world, as an artist of phenominal
ability, ono who has been able to secure
the plaudits of tho most cultivated audi
ences throughout the country, and who is
regarded by managers aa the best possible
Miss Eytinglo is supported by the English
actor, Cyril Searle, who has made a success
as leading man, which is not excelled by
actor on the stage. Searle and DeBell
rille, the latter, leading man with Monte
Cristo Company, came to this country
together a few years ago and are regarded
as having no equals in their line of business
on tho stage.
For sale cheap, at corner 17th and Wash
ington Ave., next building above the Post
otlice. At Auction 1
Thursday, April 17th, at 10 o'clock a. m
wu iyiviBum ot., oet. w aso. Ave and I'oplar
HOUSEHOLD G00D3, PARLOR BED
ROOM and Kitchen Furniture.
Alex. G. Rotse.
Men's Snrinn- Suits fWim 41 nn. T..
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stock of Boy'g Suit for Easter; good unlaun-
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clothing line unusually low at Sadler's,
vuiuiucitmi aye. vau eariy ana select
from a large stock. 12-6t
Some 5 or 6 pleasant rooms to let, up
stairs, corner 12th and Washington Avenue
to a small family. Enquire at same place
of E. B. Dietrich. 12-3t
Having established myself in the Under
taking business in Cairo on Commercial
Avenue, between 11th and 12th street, I
respectfully invite all who are in neod of
anything in. my line to give me a call. I
keep in stock all kinds ot coffins, metal
caskets, &c, also all kinds of furniture,
repairing and cabinet work done. Pricei
reasonable. 9-lni Jacob Fleck.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at TnE Bcllktin office.
Bpecial Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
Taxpayers will nlennfl rV nnttna n
i " wmvw tun, uu
the 5th of April I will commence preparing
list for the printer of all delinquent taxes
on that date. Those wishing to save costs
can do so by calling at tho Court House
and setting Ac. Youra truly,
Sheriff and Collector.
Kuekien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Bait Rhenm, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per pox. For sale by Barclay