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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1894.
DO YOU KNOW
Wlttt lied Tin l the beat? Id ttui pure t; It
DeYur adulterate i wllb K lcom-, biiryti', mu aSHes,
or any dulutvrloim InrtUleuu, la tbe case wllb
many other tobatcoa
LOKILLAHD'3 ROSE LKAP PISE TUT
liali'i mad ofth fluent stork, a-nl for aromatic
riieviiiKriualit, 1 n-cuDd to none.
LO KILL AKDS NAVY CLHTING3
lake Arm iank a a ao'ld durable ,nokln tobacco
wherever ii tr id tic t (I
LORILLAKD'S cAMOUS SNUFF'S
have been uaed for over 124 year, and are told to
larK'T x'0 tt-iau any otliu-a
who are tired of Ct'lro that, fad In aunahlue ui
w biiig will dad ttie
P U H I L K H, "OKAY rt, A N I
pi'rfvctlv fast and labia II you want a' bona t
print, try tin-in Madulu ureal variety.
I ba.a a pu.ltl.a ramady ..r lha a bora dlataM ; by lia
a tiwo.an'iaof ca..aol tha w,ii.i kindaiidor lonff
atsodtDa hava haa ciead. I ii.ad, uf ! rmiir I " mr fae a
In lliilliu! til I l an.T0 HOTTl.hS rHKK,
toc.itar wiina Val.l'ARI KTKRATII-K an itn.dia.aa
to axil aulWer. Oi..i"...'id P o.i-ddr ...
D. T. A. SLOCIM, lit r.arlit., haw Trt
The Science of Life. Only $1
BY MAIL POSTPAID.
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Kinausted V taitty .Ni-rvoaa and 1'hyicai Ue
Mllly f'mmaturo I)ec!lua In Han, Krrur- 01
Youth, and untold ar.aurle rvraltifiir Iruin India
eretiou or vieefpea A hook for every man. rounic.
Dilddle-ani-'d and old. I tcotrain. il pn-acripiloiir
for all acuta and cbronie diiean-a. each one l
vticb ;: ima onbla. ha lound t y tie Author,
wboieexperliiiiee for 24 year a la aucb aa probably
never before fell to the lot of any physician.. 1
pafea, bound Ir. beautiful ft neb mualin, umbo
led covera, I'll jult, irnaraiite. d to hi-a finer wnr
In ev. ry feuse-morbaoical, literary ltd profea
ilotal ttiau an other work "old In this country
forfi 10. 01 the nmiey wll be refunded id evi-r
Inalance frlo oily SI. On by -n ll , poat t aid
IllUfiratlv earn le b renta. "er.d no (iolo
medal awarded tb antbor by the Satlo al Mudua
Ai'Cial!ou. to the filci-r I which tie r fra
The Hr. rice ol Llf rbnu:d he read by th yoLng
fr Inatru Ton, at d by the afflicted for ie!l f. It
will benefit al . London I . a i ret.
Then1 i- no member ot aociett to whom the Set
enreofLlfe will not be uaeful, whether youth,
pan ri j:uard iu, Inatructor or leri( mau Argo
naut. AdJrcaa tho Peabody Vrdlral loatitote, or I)
W. H Parker, No. BulHi.e St eet. U ton
Hapa.,who may b- conanliei) on ail tia a-ia re
qui Inn aalil aim i-inerw-iire ( h omr nt i lul
natf dlaea i a ;bat l,a- baffled I I 1 I ""'
kill ol all o her .ty-'i '.hi.- a IlliVlj -f
ela;tv. ,-n' h tri an d auc- 'P I I r C I," I 1'
ce-full without a Hi' 1 II I tilsljl
aucei l fa l'l- Vei lion 'h a payer
617 St. Cbirlei St. it ..CflS. MO
A ptulr Orpilnrr . ,1 medtik
ttiirru Ta tx-en lonre, ci k'taed in Ibe trra
niimfiM'lirniiii', Ni-rv-o la, r-kin aixl
ltloo.l llltrast tliail any ot'icr !l. If Ian to
(U loula. city pai ri allow , no f id real
dehli know, ( unaultatlxn it "r ee oi UV n. all.
free at.d It.tiied. A frlendl.- Ulk f.t u.a nMnWn
Coita noih I ti T. N hen It l rin'i.rr L lut Ui all
the rlty for IreatiL. lit. n. i . rn- ao e noil
ty nialfnr eipn- ever whei . i uralur jea
iarauti-et : bre duubl ea'at . 'rarikly
lUU-d. Callor Write.
Wtrroaa Prat ration, Dehliit; . Hmva aad
Pbyal.-al ffeakaaai, Barru. lal tan ether
aflortlo.'aof Thraat, Kklaa4 Bonn, bloo4
laparltla.Had Blnnd Polwlaf,', kl jflf
tloai, OldSireiaad t'cert. laapeUanta U
Marrlaye RhuBiatlaa. Pllei. S11;
Uatloa te faaea front orer-orkr 7j
SfBOlfil.fA'iES reealre apeflal jiUntlon.
Dlaeaaee arlalng frirn Imprudenre Hxcuafta,
It li aelf.evliUut that a nhvalrlau rrluf
particular atteullnn to rlaia .f ctwi attaint
(treat kill, and phyalelana Inreiru.ir ,'ucllc
all over the CMUniry ktiolnif lln. fr;q filly
raconinieud ee tn theoldet oilier li .mri
ta wherrevery known atillanr l -rortrc
to, and the proarml Kond reiiilio "f ah
tica and eounirli-a are ued, A whole ! rue If
nae lor oltlre purpura, and all are treat)' wllb
kill In a reopertrul manner; and. know nt;
hat lo do. no experlnii-nn are made. I n .
fount of the (treat number aiplylnr, he
thariie? are kept low. often lower than i! 'e-niauin-l
i ot'ier. J f you aecure the kl I nd
Ket aapreily and pcrincl life eurr, lliat .1 .be
Import '! niatler. fauiphlcl, M pagea. biDl
to any addieaa free.
plates. IMARRIAGE GUIDE. If agls
Kleftantrlntli and (tilt blndlnir. Sealed foi U
ceiiM In poilagenr currency. Dyer Hlty w.n.
derful pen plrlaret. true tollfe. artlob i on lite
following auiilects! Who may marry If whon if
whyy Priperaietoniarr. Who marry Ar
Manhood, Wooiaiihuod. f hya.cal rleeay. W ..fj
thould marry. How life tud hapiitneia may - e
ncreaiil, 1 hne married or eonl plat
marrvliiK ahmild read It. Itrnmhl In be real
hv all adult per-ona. then kept uti'h'r lock a. I
key, I'optilnr edit loll, aaine at alioye, but par si'
cover and iw paea, "a ceuta by wall, I' uou"
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized Dpceniber. 1883, Under tin
Law of 1883.
fiacceaanr to WidoAt and Orphana Mutual AnlHo
clety, o kI"' Jiy ,h 1877, iiii'1'!'
th- lawe of m.
J 'MIS II. KOBINHUN m... I'luaiilut.t
WM. SI KAI'i' N.. Vlcu P'tKHlin.t
J. A. UOLUHTINK. Tteaannr
C. W. I)U iNINU Medlriil Advleut
THOMAS LEWIS Socritiir)
BOARD OF DIRECTOR KOit 1st YEAR.
Wm. 8trmton,8trittton . Bird. I'roiora.lJii'.iii, HI.
J. A. Ooidatlnii, nftloldatlne Uoaefiwator, whole'
tain and ri't'itl dry gotid;0, W. Ubiinicv, M. i.t
Prel.Hil. Med Kx., fur f. nPUinit; Amur! I.ewla.
comtnlaalon merchant!.!. II HoMtiaoii. euiint
luiliru jii tiotnrv niiinlc: Win. V. I'ltihi'l. 'miii
brokur and lii,iirince aienti II II i'hi 11, en?
Stiettupi'rvlor; M I'll III, a. cm pi liter 'intl itiilnl
eriTboiniit Luwi- , at'ortmv and ai'm'tioy ' . v
P:ert',iiitnrne ill-law, DnliiolD I I r.. V. 1'nce
raahlcr of enti'milal llau , AkIiIcv.I1! I Al 'eil
Ilaydvn, raalil 'r ol tJuiirno (lonnn W A ('n "prliin
field. I I I II. M 'linn, Htliiriiny.al nw, Ibti ltu.l
dulpll alteot. I'lili ni'oi llo i, Unlit, A IImIoi i", ill
tortioy-al law, Churli-atnn. Mo Vi i.nliihtot
Mhicr Tirai Nutlonal auk. Munrt. I"wa
"lITrVT tnoro money than HI anrlilnu lu b
VV 111 ,hI1,U tin li"1lr.v for llle hi!t "(illlnj
' liookoiii, Uealnnera tmxeuil Kruiidly
Kone fa". 'Inrm- fr e
UALtbTT BOOK CO , Portland, Malao.
CAIRO UPKRA HOUSE.
On Nlht t)nly.
TUESDAY, DEC. 10.
An Old Favorite! A New Piny I
The Eminent. Comedian au ' Dramatlat,
aatlat d hy h; Yonuit ah'l G;l'.,d Wallet and
andtuppor'idb a Powerful Leirit mat Company I
Tl'El)AY KV N U, Uvr. lfl, will preant for
ibetl bi i me In t it ilty hi Ideal Net
I o k bacc aa, entitled
LOVE AND LAW!
A Comudy-Dnraa lu K iur Acta, by Milton Noblet.
New and Original Characters! Thrill
iug lirmiafic i limax's! tattling
Scenic 1. 11 efts! Original Music!
A !?uierb t'ate!
Felix O'PatT Attorney.at l.aw, . M'l-on Noblea
Kl'.tn, an Ita'lan Mr et Sinner, Dollle Noblea
Other lead'nz chararlert hy A '.'net ' em 'on,
M .. J It l.a'.y. Til Ba-nn-n, Pre- k K.
Aiken Max Ke rm -im, i,eo-g-W. Harnnm Prank
l.ane, Li.arie- It Warren ii. 1.. Mortimer, L. vV.
Ilrovtiilnar. lc.. etc.
Synopsi-. of .scenery und rncideots.
ACT I. I.oye. Te lutima Ion. Scne Rav
Vh'W i oltag i, -tat-'n leland, f lib a view of New
York ta and Harbor.
AOI II l.ove. The InapT-llon Seene The Den
of (i nvannl t ontl. Crnab Mr nt New Yor City.
ACT III. I. vp Tim R a iza Ion, ccn.-Tue
B 'Udi i- o Helen Montaeue. New York City.
A T IV law be ion. mmvion Hen 1
aw ttlre ol Haw er a d ti'H.iff. Sc ne a A
Street aflj i nin,- ti,e r fdenceof 11 len Muliague.
Scene 3-I he lien f Giovanni Cotiti,
rAUnUeion, 51 .n 75 centa. Gallery, ii
centt. .-eait tecred at Da ier'i
EDITORIAL NOTE .
Tkctb. the N'e Y rk iily of Morey
letter not..rie y. Ikis s'ipende..
TltK nvcrai;.: pne-of "oro le "C!,", oate
2S'', a 'I th" t rarm pr ce ot v,h- at C'e.
I'liK ..u hern rn't u n,i;in nr now iu
iniiL' itJlt till!' mid have an 1 ouiHacce o
Si-wm.fiu.bH s j.H- p-ed an ord-ui-
.u.ei.i....li- hcciiae t 1.00-
iie.'r ..r to r.
A IjUIOK dig!
" tin luv,- tout
e ei t t ii vu.hihI.
n of pniiiini. nt Mit-
n i v.b.t i'i Pic:i let t-
lM.V Join c ii iiti. i in i li t;!e are eo;i
1 lei i i i 'i riC"iu r ot 'it-- i : tjt, (jUir, Mc
Le i'i, La S il H- ui I C'ook.
IKUIKH-- ('. ( -1:111 1:1 bind w II furiis'i
the 11. UF.e I' r u i- wofiil's lair it New Or
leitlb, ncvivm.' 'iJtloO Hh-i (nr. i'luy
leu y a et i - r h it 1 i ) .
lim t'.i I tut- ol h Finn- w I mkr t he
ilia! Vi i' I 1 U li 'I il-e H" .i'"t J nu .iy
'.'0. Til,' t .i o n. m-e win meet 1 i - tliere
1 li t 11 j 1 II -1 : I . a 1 1 1 1 ill. t II .III 1 Mill-
alor .s i .e. le 1 T-c 4 "ii ' , io-iii . O be
1 ll Il All llllt.
'I uk I 'le' Hi ii'' c h net ia us I'mli.:
S eii-t .- ol Fi-ite, li un d.
ect' lary "I the tte i-U'i, It lid II.
SiCl'' T) ol Hie : I. t.-rn ai Mi'Onmll.
.ei reUr) oi Wat, 1 I. V
Secret ir o. tin; N iv. G 1 land.
Att'illiey geoera , 'Vol 11-y.
P r ui is er-ut'in r 1 , .) n s.
Tut; rulroail mi l ,rt!houn owinm-M ,ii
ets will iiieei in Chict;o, at Qr.iii l Pit; lie
hotel, Friday next, lot tne purpose of i on
lerring with "h 1 ipi rs and railroad man tim
ers hb to the feaniuility of a reiluction in
rites on ceruio comnio liti' S, FUogeslml by
the depresMon in coin i rrial circles. Ad
interested are invited to lie present.
TlIB pr hibitionihts W II 11 .Id a Ftale con
ference at D 'eatur on toe 29th and 30di of
thin month. St. J hn and a lurje number
of proiniip tit temperance woikers will be
in attendance. Orext preparationt are be
ing made and it is expeeted the incetini!
will ecltpse all previous efforts in Illinois.
The tabernacle it D emur wi l hold 3,000
Jcdob TcLKT, of Chicigo, his decided
that railro.id piiiaca are not property. One
Dr. Boyd, who was indicted for Iriudul-n t
ly selling railroati pasn-s insued to persons
by the Chicauo & Alton riilroad company
moved to qu hIi the ind ctnient. In his di"
cisioti ,luln Tuhy said the queMion was
whether the delell lain, having tot puses
helonuing to another pirty and sold them,
could hoindiciiid under eection 77 of the
criminal code. In his opinion that section
only reform! to persons In tho employ nf
the railroad company, and could embrace
no others than those who hud official pos
session of pasxes or coupons which it was
their duly to return to the rompany. Dr.
Boyd had n ) connection will, the railroad
c mpiny. In thu i wiit that the stction
could Im he d biO'.tl en ugh, 8-iid I he
jii'lge, the i lf line Coul I not he ptinlDhed,
us there wan no property in sneh a pasi It
buinir i f no v.iliiij to any p-rwiu except tno ! washed awav. Tho residents of that place
one to whom It was issued, and there cuulJ ru indeed unfortunate,
bo no sa e of thu ticket, ua ii was not braus- We uro In receipt of a letter from Maj
ferrable, lie thereiore iinibhed the in-' or E. W. Oreen, formerly a wuM-kimwa
dicttucnt. aiato Roister. businung mau uf this city, and now residing
iENERAL LOCAL ITE3I8
Attend divine it-mces to-day.
Choice pigs fuet, burrels and balvta, at
TIhto are fuurtccn prisoners in tho
B"8t lraDi maple syrup Bnd 8tIf-risin?
buck wheat at W. B. Pcttin', tli urocer. 2t
One gnlittry Jinitnie anil J nek beurier
" .11 tifiHtH to the lirei zi- U) town.
On In J 5knul'H for ortiOlit'9, ur ptea
Thectrs on the Waliash which arrived
yemer lay wereevcred with diiw.
Wanted. Situation aa waiter or
luricliniaii by a young naa; call at this of
Lf.uii Po azz ', arcoupanied by one of
hi- cliil'lreu, reiuriicd yenti-rday l"r -n Piy.
-Fimat apple cider in the laml. at
Tickets are now on sale for Milton
Ni liks Tuesday, Dec. 18. No advance in
KiiiKtn'ti beat hamf, hrt-akfaHt bacon,
piux leet and pure lard at Walter B. Pet
tis', the grocer. 2t
There are three patienta in th rail
road ward of the hospital, each being
minus a left toot.
Choice creamery butter 0- lb caddies
f 2.25, at Jackson's.
Jude Mulkey, wife and children were
in the city yesterday and took passage on
the Fowler tor their home in Metropolis.
Three futnished rooms for rent. Mrs.
A. 0. Livings, P plar street, between Sev
enteenth and E'lhteeuth. 3t
The belli ol hoard had a special meet
inj; yesterday lut trmHHCted w business of
importance, the attendance of membera be
Wanted 20 pounds laree e'ean cot
ton rags at Thb Bulletin office; 5 cents
per pound will be paid for selected atock. 2
The friends of Prof. Mason will be triad
to learn that he has cone I u , ,J to re mi in in
Cairo and teich another term ot the art
"Lr.ve and Law" entirely rewritten and
revised, at the opera hi use Tuesday evn-
log, DeC. 10 It
Rev. E. A. Iloyt ha our thank for a
copy of 'he minutes of thu thirty third ne
i. n T the southern III n os ronfer-nce of
the M. E. ( l.u-ch.
If ut,iii; orani;c. ! inois, rorn.inuta
or ap le r!iea;. L'.'i to J cksoh's.
M-nl Al'i nt E l M irt .n. i.f the Tex a .t
: L u,, rH(i t
! n,n.. inVi-nna. He hs b-en sick
j for si-vertl weeks,
; v,.w French fruot s. eau'em evai.or-
M'e I app ea and pt-Mches, a so new Al'S
1 di'e a 'I L ui-iana oranges. Walter B.
Pe'ti-, the trocer. 2t
Th" C' unty 0"mmi''sionirs will meet
in the C' u ity eh-rK'n 1 III e tomorrow
morning, it whicli tnoe the road supeivia-
ois wnl muke their leimrt.
( le iee pickle, barrels, Imlvea and
k'-.'S, clieap. G. II. .IncKmn & Co.
Twenty nine 'ins fro-ii this di'e a
L'entn man from K -ntucky will arrive in
Cairo and Carry av iy is hi br dit one of
the prettiest girls in the city.
Milton N 'i'h'S at the opera hou-e,
Tuefi.iav, Nov. 10, in his new play -'L"Ve
an i Law." It
Mi"s Mai Smith and Mr. C. A. Clial-
fitit will be llliirriecl HQ the tae of the
Tlie itn Co iquo to-ni.di. Tne invitations
are ieue I ly Manager Ciurle- l.t Vird.
Leave Old era At t ui keys, rrniberriea,
ci-'eri, stent, mince meat an I ormg-s for
the noida)g with Wdter B. Pettis, th
The youag men's social club, which
hag heretofore met in KleO's hall, will to
morrow evening remove to their new quar
ters in the epnei u hall of Weber's new
br'ck building on Commercial avenue, near
Parties in want of canned California
fruits, corn and tonntoes can be accommo
dated with best goods and loweal prices at
Walter B. Pettis', the grocer. 2t
Justice R. Cunningham, the famous
criminal lawyer, is mak'ng things hum un
in his neiuhl'dthoiid. What he doesn't
know about law and '-equity" isn't worth
mentioning, and the way ho duals out "jus
tice" is a caution,
Juat rcct ived ISO barrels and box g
choice Li. oranifes, 50 barrels Sau BUm
cocoanutg and 150 barrels fancy long cut
tour kraut. 0. II. Jackson & Co.
Tho onlv enttr-ainment at the opera
home this we'k is the Milton Nobles com
bination in "Lovo and Lw," to he prcsen'.
ed Tuesday evening next. A full house
may bo looked tor.
At John A. Miller's jewelry store may
be found at all times a full line of all
g'adesof American watches, diamonds, flno
jewelry am) a Urge assortment of clocks,
silverware, ite,, unliable for holiday presents
-The river Ins cut in at Commercial
Point to such an extent that Foster's ware
home, the Uniest at that place, had to bo
torn 'I wn yoterdny. In the pxst eihteen
months 2.-0 yards of tho town has been
at OsCala, Florida, where he purchased ao
orango grove for the sum of SS,000. He
reports himself and family In excellent
health and sends kind regards to old
friends in Cairo,
Attention is directed to the advertise
ments of Daniel Hurt man in this issue. His
display oi holiday goods ha never been
surpassed in Cairo, while tho wonderful
lamps on exhibition are the best and
chuipest ever nfl'-red in this market. Drop
in and exuniint his extraorUinatj and
lion Dewi't C. Creicr, bUperintend
ent of board of pubbc works, and John
Barrett, superintendent of tiro alarm tele
graph, Chicago, spent several hours in our
city yesterday. They were called upon
by Mayor llilliday aud other citizens, and
will probably bpcud a day here on their
return from N'ew Orleans.
The how and arrow practice which
nunierou bo) a are now enusned in, should
be abated without delay. Some of the lit
tie rascals u-e nail in their bows, and only
yesterday afternoon a gentleman on Com
mercial avenue was struck on the held
wiih a two-penny, csusing a slight wound.
On Friday at school a small boy was qiiite
severely injured in the same manner. It
is a dangerous practice and the authorities
would do well to put a stop to it.
- -About two months since, the store of
Mr. M. fl. Egner, at Aurora, Marshall
county, Ky., in which the postoffice was
located, was entered and robbed by a ne
gro named Lewis Whitfield. lie came to
Cairo, assumed the name of Barker, and
has aince been employed at the oil mill and
gas works, part of his work being the
liafhting of the gas lamps. Yesterday Mr.
Egner, accompanied by W.M.Rudolph,
leputy Unite i States marshal, arrived here
and found tne colored mau at work. lie
was placed under arrest and taken on
board the Ous Fowler, to be conveyed to
the place where the burglary was com
mitted. An insurance fraud has recently been
unear'.hed in Me tropolis which out-rivals
anything of the kind on record in sou'hern
Illinois. A number of the parties implicat
ed are prominent in society and busi
oess. Their plan of operation hs
has peen to issue policies on men w ho have
been dead s ime time, and a short time al-
terwards report the de oh, make the nee,
e-sary proof by the parties in ihe conspire
hi-j, and draw the money. It is rep"tte
they hVe succeeded in In a" ini; the B ooin
iiijiton insuianr-e company out nt $'.'2'n'.
Th" coiiipat y Ins tru' il them, ai d of c u s
will In mii tliein up with a round 'urn n
they ilo not ret'u .d the money. (J 1 1 1 , 1
County J lurual.
1 1 tip- course of a can " v va.'e d in
t',- S i-qiieliuno'i liKi t.' the p s' summer,
Mr. J -im 15. y e O'H -il y disoiv t -d 1'
Athen, Pi., a wo-iderfullv pe feet "aiiiL-
illi.'-!)'- CM,'' Whi te, l)"liever he lloV-d th
peo les 011 the bottom of the riv-r, "a rich
r as n in 'e p c-ed throu.'h him, ch-ar and
sweet as the soft note nf distant cow-bells "
On experimenting further, lio fmnd t'ia ,
by resting his chin on a stone at the bot
tom oi the riv-r, -no eay acc itnpltahmen'.
bv the wav, -the wi'er became fu'l of niu
sic, "-ucJi melodious discord, such a mix
ture of near and remote echo like wcet-ne-,
is ran only b' im igined in dre im '
Mr. O'lteilly's wliple t r i i wai u 1 1 uf im i
den' and novelty, and the paper whicli he
has written lor die Jan-Jiiy is-uu of Outing
describing it, is one of the leading attrac
tions of ihe number.
When Dr. W ildo died heie in 1878,
his r niii"8 were temporarily buried at ihe
seven mile grave yard. As iB known to
niinyofour leaders, he was surgeon in
ch irge of the U. S. marine hospital, and
ibir ng tha' trying time when the yellow
fev-r preva led here, although be could
have left, tie resolutely remained and treat
ed cit zens or marines, wherever he was
called, until he was himself prostrated with
the fatal disease. For years it has been
the wish of those who knew of the services
rendeie l ou people, to have his remaius re
moved to a petmuient resting place and
properly marked, and now the desire has
tal en snape. Mrs. P. W. Barclay will have
charge of the matter and all persons wish
ing to contribute toward-i meeting the ex-p-nse,
will please hand their contributions
to her, or leave them addressed to her at
Barclay Bros', drug store, Paul Q. Schuh's
drug store or the New York store. The
expense will not very great, but those hav
ing the matter in hand believe that many of
our people would like to be identified with
it, and small contributions will be as ac
ceptable as larg -r ones. Mrs. Waldo is al
e i very anxious to have her husband's re
trains removed, and would have done so
herself long ago but for the lack of means,
She ishving in Washington city and sup
porting her children on a small salary,
whicli only supplies their immediate wants.
Tack in your Hat.
A five-tliousand-dollar pension and a big
hul'l pup hy express, Irom Cleveland, Ohio,
during his ptesidential term (charges un
paid), were tho only gifts known to have
been refused by General Grunt, better
known us tho savior of his cotimry, innn
eventful lifetime of nearly sixty years.
What Is it makes George Edmonds bo
cool a placid, and how does ho do such
deep thinking? It is befausn he never al
lows himself to be harrassed with a cold,
lie takes Dr. Bud's Cough Syrup, bo does,
GIFTS EOK THE HOLIDAY
What can be in ro iippm-i
a substantial irii'i ? Wh.it is more to b admired for a Christ
una Present than au elea'.t pair of felloes or clippers?
e know not what. Uur tockoi
Boots, Shoes and Slippers
for the Tlolidiy never was so
good people not to confound us
a stock 01 iroods purchased tor some other locality, we
have been anion you all of our lives and know just what
you want, and we have the goods suited to the location.
Wu nivitumi i.ovli'-i'ncnntt'imi
tiv miiiuuu tun; iiioevvuuu
110 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
jfjj - ewaojQ II- bag. V
101 Commercial Ave.,
Nn.l UatntlD I8. ROLLED
Ui. ri -i hol,i..uf l'it inn U a.uoiiti. h ii . ...u, nt t. 1, .1.1 i.-oin a
I.fili,ll.. .!.,! . irriit I r fXP"' ai. 1 '11' 11 o .v i.lHtn ,l,.e I lli.'f .
tion For lt rn-nniioa It la aadn-aiili- a ;r .! v i SHKJ : ar I .i-"'r 'i'k-n roior nt low Itahril
Imnrf MM No. Ql(l I'hi'ui' SOLID 18 K. SJlUO 01. B lARitHOi, -i vih il,. . i),Hm nnl" a.
. 1 i.., u ! irli Ihv arc a lrf'l nu.. Ii. 'I ln y are matt u il,l "I i In. "it ci-nr ih h-iiIi.ii la unwi'- ''
.h. ... ,.,i iIik lui Th-f woiiM m.ika a bcnunful
No. 3 I" a SO', ID 18 R. RliLEO 01LO PIAI1 RltO
No.1" REAL STi
5U.IU id k. KJ
AlS 01. i) SEAL
are miiwiii. fm eulier L.lyur oam. i o sinsld piece
cuiid te purchaser! o- cny tor for
ruhi-iH, aii'1 H.o'ii d not airnrd to nii.ri-iri-iii ih.'ni ur
Snid tin- pHi'Boi onaor m.ireofihi'u:iid ytrn (-!
art Iri-ia wri'tar l.lienly. if vr.ii nam . Il nir. anpio"
m-ria aronnl t tu- loiri-r rU-ife-l In llr rgq ID I'll i:
dr.irwl iu thia adTeniieuieni, and hpihI umu with vour
Hy n. rrt'civi',!. ..iiiii.-.i n
iiiuiu-u iiuiuLvr i ui,.,,.-. ., i.
The almve Jewelry Ii abaolafely KV,
nil con not be pur limed at tli Sloira.
After It la InlitMliireil. at e will not sell any
j Hi tide nameit for Irsa
PARK MT'C CO.,
Dr J. A. Sherman, of 251 Broadwa-. Sew York, fnmnii- for tlip iat 3 years for hlnn-ceasfri v math
n in corlnif rnpiU'd wltliout -uiKioal iiperatniti. is uow at his i lllco. St. L ul-,w ero be win roraalu
I r at palli'iits till t e Smhof Hecomlnr. Kuril u trentnuiit patient- can Uhirwlth Otlote rnng
with the Dri'. nd wtih -afcti Inmi sira-ivulateil ruptttre. II If h"iK. w Hi iikeneaa of bad caaea bclore
a.d after euro, u mailed for lOciBti. Kcm mber. inBt Louis, olllc a 4ll Market street
Money to be M.ide.
It is said that dull times are not know
by the agents for the great publishing
house of George Stinson & Co., Portland,
Maine. Tho reason of this exceptional auc
cess ia found in the fact that they always
k$ive the public that wnich is keenly ap
prcci ited and at prices that all can afford.
At present, we understand, their agents are
doin wonderfully well on several new line-.
Tliev need many male agents in ail parts ol
country. Those who need profitable work
should apply at once. Wua.ea do as well
as men. Experience is not necessary, for
Messrs Stinson & . o. undertake to show
all who are willing to work, not hard but
eiirnestU, the path to lare success, It
tilioiil'l be remembered that an auent can
do a handsome business without ludnn
aw y Irmi home over niaht. Another ad
vantage 't costs nothing (ogive tlio bus,
nes a trial, and an acnt can devote all
his time, or only his spare moments to it.
Stinson & Co. umrantoe tzranil suci-ss to all
who ciit-Hife and I "llo simple and plain
directions that they give. We have not
s ace to explain all here, but full parti
culars will he sent tree to those who address
the linn; their full address is tjiven above.
Our Variety List.
Wo have just received six cars choice
New Y'-rk ami Michigan apples, Coti-istin'
of the follow im; viriities:
N d i li. rn Spy,
It -I. sweet,
R. I. Oreen I ng,
Cnn da Tied,
J lint-1 ui n .
Aliii li-n li ui-h,
Jackson It ils,
Winter f't -.pin,
0. 11. Jackson Co.
i.imI thmi n liPiiiitiful as well as
coinp'ete. We b of the
a new linn newly come with
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
PLAT E D-AV A. K E.
52T Musical Instruments. St. LouU Prices Duplicated.
- CAIRO, ILL
CDIO LA'ltS' RI10. art with
nrnciii, ai l ai y IjhI.i iuv l- nruud in -,r iIktii
rl -h in d m ,nr and arri;io, iu w-r ror ywin
RIK3 of tn'iran' pmut n nrnl n.-wovnimp di-mini. a
oka tho fnufort cles of Jewelry named
i-is nnn "i"11"'" "" vi
ail a HKi aiiirii' Rljl OU R CHOI E FOR 5I.OO.
hr mail, RinrntariM l.riU'rur I. (). Ouli-r, tii'ihrr nh jnni
w'h ymr nr.'i-r a narrow .trip of papr. tho ami. of whli'hjint
I- I lt'. "it m id illumaium nf iliaariirl.
mj-r AU inlra i-arriil'jr pnrkr.1 1 aud aoul by mall ibeaame
t ' ' mrwtiiKmmSP''r'tl-
thau fruiu $J to
Muuafacturer and Dealer la
BIRCH St. Eli,
Shelojiran Mineral spnnffs Water,
ALWATS ON HAND.
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
NEW YORK &TOKE,
WnOLESALB AND RETAIL.
The Lary:3st Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
or. Nineteenth, aireot I PainA Til
'..inn-'-i-tai nns ' 'Hli lit
Mrs. Kmily Bowers,
Mrs AM DA Cl.A TK-i' iM. Ancnt.
N.'itl Aloxund' r- o J ;uuk, NtU St
'u i vo, Id.
atVlinoil Hinrk and I'rli'ea Iteaanuahlc. JXi
S"' d Ik centaf ir poa aya
mi l trfi We iron a cnatlv box
of jomla wh b w II belli vou
tu mnru tu ii-v rlwlit viiiy tin anvtulnit elro In
tdla wii lil. All. f either ", auiceed f oio rat
hmi . I lie h ad reii I t, f n ttine op ns lie fori) the
woiaora, au.oiutel- Muiceadre
Titl'B it CU, Augusta, Mains.
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