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.ill!!! BUSINESS HOUSES.
', - nv iiiisiiiessnnoeanbuve throe lint
.r, in (hi. niiuuni under appropriate rn-alma;
inn- rU' )i per month of Jii)'r
ajabir 'iwilcr!y IB a'tienc.
SlartlWHre, Hiam-n itnd Tin Ware.
S IIAIXKV - t'eiileria Moves, "Jin ami Hivd
(iMi lmi "l rancem' Implements, Wire
icvle, liefti.-cruUrte, Pumps and Ladders.
)'i Hiniiw mini Ac nor. OmlTiriK. mid Job
V.iri duucuu short Holl'-,
I. v.M-(iAUKY-rliTiilpirJ nd i0 Iujii
vi, llooriiiK, rellln:, kl'lin and (iur.iill
.iniilf r, lath and thiiiK)vi. litntn .in' I yard
l'uer f nrnlic.tu tlwl un'l WndiluptiiTwrpnui
D. II A It I'M AN UwiUr lu OuiwnnW", Tnye,'
jni ju t nil klniln ol funry urttcl1-. Comnivr-
mI .vi'iiii'., uirncr 'lli street.
W'll.l.IlM VINTLil-lth street la-lween
' i.niiucrchilaveniwi and Washington
luihiutt .Slrliint llln-liif.
.WIN A Vritll -Merchant Tullor and ..:-ir
k luml) iiune l.lolhlutf. Vi Ohio Ivit.
Ki-mI r.s title) AKcncitK.
II. .1. HOWM'.Y-KU Kettle Aat. Huy
ml wilii ml mute, collect raw, pay botee
tor non-r'suderita.etc. Comnicrcuu avenue, I--ween
Niuiu and ientb Btr(tt.
. ummlaalna Hercbanu.
I.N K LK a THiSTLF.WOOU-
J 'j.n..n .nH T.iImuuwi Kaltre anil tirri
I tifiiin ol (be arniera- looacco n arcuou-e,
ij & U7 Conunriiercial Avenue
i 'AM'KU YOS1-
1j Central forwarding and Commission
inercliant, (or (lie eule of rerm, baidcn, tir
;lmrd uil Dairy IToduoe. m Ohm Levee.
Jforwardui; aud fommlion
u-eielianu, mill dealer lu all kind of rull and
I'rusiucc. t Ohio Leve. Ciuisiteuinent M'Uo
If.l, stencils (urnitucd on apiiiiuiiiuti.
t or Mwl.
Unu twoliors wagon lu nod eon
ilition, and one span horses and harness.
Tbo horses are sound, and in good con
dition, and the harness almost new, For
terms apply i Henry Krohine's, corner o(
Fourlct-uth t-t. and Washington avenue.
I Vide Oolemnirn .nnadi-y .
ih i. Lottie Coleman has reopened d-r
laundry on fourth street, between vai,u-!
In tun and Coimiii rclul aveDUKu, and Uk
ttiU meibod tit lul'ormlm; her oil Iriond
and iij'.iiiu that the It asin at their tor
vit a, and toitclt ttiulr patrouayo. She litu
riUiii:cd price to miit th times.
I wr Sain,
J'he lollow insr riourilK-d iiropuriy for
ulc ut a b-irpam if npplh.'d tor oou, tu
Lots 7 nml 6, hlix.k W, with reslduiice
and iir)irnvi iiii ii',!", corner Ninth btrcet
inU a-hlnj;to)i avi'Due; 3 housiM and
iu on north clilo ol Twelfth alreet, tor
acr l'o;Ur; cottage and lot on Walnut,
wear 23rd, M. J. Howlky,
l0-tf. Kvnl EntHW Agent.
"Tlie 1'wlf m" U beyond all tjueition
tli n-st D? cent cigar oflered lor ule in
this uiarki-t. Mr. Fred Teicliinan U the:
wle niomiUcturer of thi c.'lebratl
eritnd olel'arn, and ofleren a reward ol
sue hundred duilai to any jiersou who
will iiudany in them but the pure iiai
vana lillr with Connecticut wrapper and
binder. J'ho IVerlesi has become a great
favorite wiih ( alio emokers, and the
jfiiiani! for thi m u constantly on the
uicrvae. The trade supplied on the
jiost reaonal)l terun. For Rale by
Frel Telehuian, Coruniereial .avenue,
near iSit Hi street. Jy3-2m.
Kd. Rraton has rerurned to hU old
tand lu the Hei r buildiu(.', where he is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date hi-t patrons and tho public who
iohv favor hlin with a call, ile has gone
u couxldixablu expense in littltitf up a
'.smipleofuleely furnished rooms, which
lie provided with all the latest Im
provements and convenience.-!, lie em
ploys only tlr-it cIjh-j v orkinen and tho.se
who patronise him will have their want
attended to m style and will receive
Tilt. REKVS WHY
A II Mtoiihl Duy tbvlr lirorrl- Irnm
Jlelow we nive a number ol reasons
why people ishniild buy their jroccrleB
Irorn IVtfis fc lllrd :
1st. IJcr attbetlicir stocks Is the largest,
trv'hest and choicest in too city.
2nd. Became they -ll sroodfOf every
Kind cbeaper than any other lioiiw. in tho
3rd.- BccaUM) they deliver goods more
promptly and In hotter frhaio than any
oilier Iioiko in the city.
1th. Because they keep the tuoU com
plete stock, and persona, (leiiiiii to
purchase littl-rent kinds ol goods are not
compelled to go elucwhere tccauri0
Miwsrs. T, & B. have not got the poods
Them we consider substantial reasons
why our readers should buy their goods
ot Trttis & Bird,
Corner 4th at. and Washington avenue.
Also Just received a large lot ot Yar
nell Bro.' Bakinjj Powder, the best
eonds made ; only requires ono tcaspoon
lul to the quart ol llour. Give it a trial
and you will use no other.
IWm. I'kttis A Biko.
IlllflK Nenr the Old Ntauil.
flavin? withdrawn trouitbe dental mm
or tXtilno & Whitlock, I will stltl continue
the practic ol dentUtry at Jio. 180 Commer
cial ave. between Kih and fith streets, over
Oolrtstiue & Rosenwater's store third
door Lorth of Kiht street. I will bo picas,
edtosce all my old friendi and patient,
and attend punctually to their wants in
the way of dentintry. Very Ros'py.
K. W. WniTtocK, D. 1). 8.
lm IfM CW1 avo-3 doors north of cth t
t'hlldren cry ' lor Titcher'a Castorta
It is as pleasant to take as honey. Jt
contains no raorphino or other deleter
lovs Ingredient, and Is suro to expel
worms, cura wind jcolic, regulate the
bowels nnd stomach, and overcome Irri
tation caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Mothers can rest, and children enjoy
health, who use Caitoria. It is harm
Jess, it is certainly tpeedy, and it Is
heap. -' Xl-ll-13w
WEDNESDAY", February 20,179.
lry salt meats, bacon bides, shoulder
and hams, tlenx, barrel and bucket lard
all In good stock and for wile low nt
Nos. 7t.l ami 71 Ohio lev ee,
Mr. John Uleufcon and Miss Hclten
Junies, ol I'llin, will le minii-.d lU.r
Kor Uliltt-r, V-w, Api-les, rte it
No. tV Ohio levre.
it. H. I.et' Mios
A numb r of c;nir attorneys, among
them J Ion, D. T. Linegar, were in ut
Ijnd3iice on circuit court at Mound City
Probate court wn'. not in section
yesterday,. I udge Yocuui having gone to
Mouud City to attend to business In tho
circuit court now In session there.
Oyter soup lunch at Harry V alkcr's
Crystal faloon every iverdng at t
o'clock. 1.1. If
Mr. I. Burger, the dry goods mer
chant, lelt yesterday ul'ternoon for th:
eaft, where ho goes for I he purposes ot
I'jrchasing his stock of siring gools.
For seed potatoes, ohoico ap
ples, butter, eggs, etc., go to G.
n. Jackson feCo.'s, No. 04, Obio
I'hofalr and festival last't-vcuiug at
tho Arab eugiue house, for the benefit
of t. Joecpirs Catholic church, drew
out a large number ol the friends and
well-wirlicrs ol Hint church. There wm
aiiJUecineiit and pleasure lor all. It
should not be lorgotleti that the te-tival
will continue to-night and Jo-morrow
Ion't lorget the free oyster soup a
9 o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth Mrect and Commercial ave
nue. U.U '
Tu; Wito.vo Man. A couple ot men
arrived in the city yesterday from Capo
Girardeau, having In charge a colored
man whom they arretted, believing hi in
to lie Sam Kedding who murdered the
man Zimmerman at Mounds Junction
some weeks ago. Chlet Arter went with
the party to Villa Ridge, where it was as
certaincd that they had arrested I he
wrong man, and he was turned loose.
Tue Lk.cilbe. Hon. Geo. K. Wend
Hng's lecture last evening was listened to
by a lair, though by no means as large
an audience as we had -sieeted to see
present. However th.)udiencewascom
poed almost entirely of the more intelll
geut of our people. Tho lecture was tho
grandest eftort heard here in years, and
was listened to with the closest atten
tion by all present.
Shell oysters Jtirt recrived t iiiu
Crystal saloon, Hakky Wai.kkr.
Just received at the ,'ew York Store,
200 barrels choice early rose seed pota
toes. We have received them from
Chicago, j and guarantee thein to be
straight goods. - Parties wishing to raise
good potatoes should change seed,
Also a lull line ol garden and tiuhl
seeds, p1w-s and plow harness, etc.
2-2iJ-lf.it C. O. I'atikb & Co.
Choice Wisconsin early rose
potatoes, clover and Timothy
seed, for sale at Alden, Graves &
Co.'s,78 OhioLcveo. 2-19-3t
Hi'rt hy run Cars. A colored mnn
had one ol his hands badly crushed by n
train ou tbu Illinois Central near Ma
kauda, on .Monday evening, it sti-ins
that the fellow was stealing a ride, when
one of tho train men warned him to get
off. In jumping Iroui the car he fell and
one of his hands was caught uuder the
wheels. Pr. Wardner was sent for and
dressed the wound. The fellow was
yesterday brought t Cairo and t-ikcn to
Cholco Wisconsin early rose
potatoes, clover and Timothy
seed.Ifor sale at Alden, Graves &
Co.'s, 78 Ohio Leveo.
Toiick Coutr. Fannie Florcy, a
white woman, and IJclle Hampton, color
cd, lived In flic den at the corner of Sixth
street and Washington avenue. They
lived together, "just like two sisters.'
eat together, slept together, and paid
rent together, and altogether they were
a lovely couple. But the boys the color
ed boys who called to see them seem,
ed to take mpre to Fannie than to Belle,
and after awhile Belle became jealous
and kicked up such a row that the whole
neighborhood for a block around was
aroused. Belle, and Fannio "just like
two sisters," called each other all
kinds of endearing names, until
Constable John Hhchan happened
down thai way and arrested them.
They were taken before Judge Bird and
fined fivo dollars and costs each, They
don't live together "just like two sisters"
BILL OF FARE.
ALDEN, : GRAVES k CO.
2-tt . So. 78, Ohio Levee.
THE FAIR AND FESTIVAL
FOR THK BENEFIT OF TUB
GERMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
And School, . . ,
Will take Place this, Tuesday eve ninp,
nnd to-morrow and Thursday
evenings at tho
ARAB ENGINE HOUSE-
The congregation desires every body
to come and help a little towards this
good cause? The Committee has spared
no tlmo nor pains to lavo everything In
good ttylc. The flipper table will be
supplied with all tho delicacies ol tho
orn.K TO PlIYSICUVS AN (I MlDW IVfcS.
i'ho slate board ot healthwlll hold a
meeting at iu O'luln, February 2Sth,
1S7!!', at 1 p.m., lor the purpose ol exam
ining upplie mts for license to practice
medicine mid midwifery. The change
has been made from Cairo to Dn 'iln to
M'.-iiiiii'.Uio those living In the Interior
ot the Hate. .Ions II. lHwa,
Pie-ldent and Acting .Secretary.
Rtv. O. W. Chan's I.kctckh. Those
who attended the Presbyterian church
lunt Suudsy enjoyed a very great treat
In hearing tho llcv. '. W. Conn who,
wiih the exception ol three or four years
spout In this country, has lieen a nils
eionary in lerU ever since 1I9. He
gave in tlio inoruing an account of the
Nee torian Christiuiis, uud tho wonderful
work whicU h band of American mis
siouaries h;is been able t do among
them. The fame ol t 'iis dist-oure spread
so rapidly that in tho allernoon, besides
nearly three hundred who came u
teachers and pupils in the .Sabbath school.
there was a huge array of visitors to
hear his talk about the customs ol the
topic In Persia. The children were not
the only ones who were jx-rtectly
charmed as well as greatly instructed.
In the evening the house was crowded
with tho-e who listened for two hours
without a sign ni impatience to the
eloquent old man as he told ol i lie Alus
selmi-n and the nighty ir:tluenc(s lor
good that bo has .-eu Ix-giu to work
among them. Ashe told the thrilling
story of his jouruey on horseback with
his young wile twenty-nine years ago,
Irom tho i-asteru end ol the Black tea
past Er.uroum and Kars, over those
wild mountains of Aia, now tamous as
the seat ot recent war, and es.
pccially as hn recounted tho scenes
of the great iamiue and told ot the con
trihutiousot American Cliristuns, which
pa.-sed through his hands tor the relief Oj
s'arving thousands. Ids to be wl-died
that every Israeli'e in Cairo could have
heard his b.-autiiul and touching tribute
1 1 Sir Moses Montillore, w ho made him
the almoner of his liberal benefactions to
the furnishing sons of Israel.
Monday morning at ten o'clock Mr.
Coan met a congregation mostly com
posed ol ladies, and told th-.-ni the story
of woma'i's work tor wo&iau in IVrsia.
A hundred dollars has often been paid
for a l.ycaeiim lecture not surpass,
ing either of the discourses of
this unpretending but remarkable man
in the amount of valuable information
convpyed, in tho DeautiUl Illness of the
language used, or In power ol delivery.
But what was most touching of all was
the manifest fact that hero wa a man
thoroughly consecrated to what he felt
to be the work ot God.
Choice Wisconsin early rose
potatoes, clover 8nd Timothy
seed, for sale at Alden, Graves &
Co.'s, 78 Oh.o Levoo.
The M-Mluff Sinn to Health.
The acquisition oT vital energy is the
stepping stone to health. When the
system l.icks vitality, the various organs
flag In their duty, becoms c'tronically ir
regular, and disease is eventually Institut
ed. To prevent this unhappy state ol
things,, the debilitated system .should be
built up by the use ot that inimitable
tonic. Hostcttcr's Stomach Bitters which
Invigorates the digestive organs, arid In
sures the thorough convcrsiuii ot food
Into blood of a nourishing quality, from
whence every muscle, nerve aud fiber ac
quire unwonted supplies ot vigor, and tho
whole system experiences tho beneficial
etlcet. Appetite returns, the system is
refreshed by healthful slumber, the
nerves grow strong and calm, the de
spondency begotten ot chronic indiges
tion and an uncertain state of health dis
appears, aud that sallow appearance of
the skin peculiar to habitual invalids, anil
persons deficient in vital energy, is re
placed by a oiore becoming tinge.
llivn Ton Trlit II.
We refer to that most remarkable com
pound, Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and Ilorchound, for coughs,
colds, blood spitting, weak lungs, croup,
whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis,
and all diseases of the lungs and throat.
Probably no similar preparation ever be
fore so quickly found its way Into public
favor as this. Its sale in our community
Is simply enormous. Those who have
been disappointed in other soscalled
rcmed'.es, are specially Invited to try
this. Bo suro to get tho genuine Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar. Wild Cherry and
Ilorchound. Thcro are imitations in the
market. Look out for them. Trial
size, 10 cents. Regular sizes, W cents
aud one dollar. '
SOLD BY BARCLAY BROS.
Very pleasant, and always effective Is
rrof. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup,
and no physic required. Ask us. 2-11 m
In ordur to introduco our Uig Heed
Spring Wheat, The Wheat ot Taos, In
your locality tingle grains measuring one
half Inch In length I propose to tend
sample of the wheat liee ofcharge, to
every su! scrlby to this paper who wtll
itate th name ol the newspaper and send
a three cent stamp to pay postage,
. Agent wanted in every couuty to tell
this new wheat. Address
L. L. Osmixt, Cleveland, Teoa
Twcs Bony ox i Raiiroad Tkah'.
On lat Saturday pornlug wbtn the pas
senger train on the Cairo and Vlncermei
road lelt this city, it bad among tho pas
sengers a man 'and his wife sad their
three children. I helutoIIy had been to
Texas, and wore on their return to ihler
old boms at Eldorado. Shortly after
leaving Cairo, the (rain men noticed that
the woman acted strangely, and as If In
pal ii, and all the time seemed to bo get
ting worse. Matters, went on thus until
the train canio near to Mtoue Fort when
the woman and her husband wire seen
to enttr the water-closet of tho car, and
although the train remained at the sta
tion tho usual twenty wlnuus for break
last, they did not come out. Just
before leaving tho station tho
engineer, having heard au unusual
noise in tiie water.closet, notified
the conductor that there must be some
thing wrong and that he had lieltcr in
vestigate the matter. By this time the
man and woman bad come out and were
occupying a seat near by. But the con
ductor, Mr. Cory, went into the waters
closet,and when he found a new born babe
laying there, his surprise may bo better
imagined than expressed. The woman
had lelt it laying on the floor. Mr, Cory
went to the- husband and told him lie
must take care ol the little stranger; nnd
a shawl and some other articles 'were
procured and the child wrapfied up. The
mothi'r waa made as comfortable as
possible under the circuuistances. In
the meantime a physician ut Harrisburg
was telegraphed to meet the train at the
depot, which he (lid, but as it is
or.ly seven miles Irom 41-irrls-burg
U Eldorado, where tho parties
were to get ofd ot the train, and as the
woman was doing very well, he advised
them to go ou homo. But the above Is
not all of the story. The woman really
gaye birth to twin.-, "and one ol the child
ren was found dead by- tho side of the
track a short distar.ee aboyo Stone Fort.
Whether the child was thrown out ol the
water closet, r whether it fell out i". not
sntisfactuiiiy explain i by the mother.
Wo aro told that slits says she did not
know there was more than one child. an 1
is apparently much grieved uvt t the all
ot the one that was lound dead. Ccrtaiu
it i, however, that a new born babe was
fuunrj by the side ol the track by unim
section men, that a coroner' Inqueit w as
held, and that the little creature was buri
ed near wliero It was lound. In short
there 13 no question about it that the wo
man gave birth to twins, for the evis
dencesof the fact are indisputable, but
how the little creature lound its way out
of the car is a mystery. ThisU certainly
one ct thi most rc-uiirkalile instances on
Jf sncK Comings and OrFiCKHS S ir
cent and McCarthy. There 13 bad
blood between Police OUicers Sargent
an'LMcCarthy ou the oue side and .1 Usliee
ot the Peace Comings on the oilier. The
origin ol the dilllculty seems to be about
this! On Saturday night Olllcers Sar
gent and McCarthy arrested a party
of young men at the corner of Sixth
and Couini' rcial avenue for fighting, and
locked one of them up In the city Jail.
On Sunday morning. Squire Commit,
hearing of the arrest of the parties, in
terested himself and succeeded in procur
ing bond lor one ot them. The bond, of
course, was made out beiore Justice
Comings, and the party was released
fromiail. On Monday the officers unti
tled the party under bond to appear be
lore Police Magistrate Bird for trial; but
Justice Comings, holding that by virtue
of his having IssueJ tho bond on which
the young matt was released from jail
tho trial should take place in his court
advised the young nisn to appear
at two o'clock on Mond.iy aiteniooii.
And then, at two o'clock o.i tl;.:
samo day tho olllcers appeared at
Judgo Bird's court anil entered
charges against the young man,
who at the same hour appeared before
Comings for trial. The otllcors refused
to prosecute tbe case before Comings on
tho ground that Judge Bird, being a
city officer, and the oflense charged
against the young man an inlraction ot
the ordinances, his court was the proper
placj for the trial to take place. At three
o'clock no one haying appeared to pros
secute t he case Justice Comings discharg
ed the young fellow. Tho olllcers having
waited for him in Ju Ige Bird's com t
until three o'clock, took out a warrant
lor him and on Monday night ho was
arrested again. The case came up before
Judge Bird yesterday ul'ternoon at two
o'clock, wheu by advice ol" his counsel,
Oeo. Hendricks, the young fellow took a
change of venue to Comings. Once be
fore Comlnsrs on account ol
some Informality the warrant
was quashed, and the young
lellow was again discharged, Thero
was then soma "lively tongue lashing"
between Sargent, and Justlca Coming?,
and finally a compromise was effected by
Justice Coming issuing - another warrant
for the young man, who was arrested
again last night and will be given an
other trial this afternoon. This whole
proceeding Irom Itrst to last has been a
queer one, aud has created considerable
comment, and no snnll amount of back
biting among tho parties Interested.
KOTICK TO ' TKlCTIIIltt
Cnv Cj.kkk's Omen. 1
Caiho, III., Feb. 11, 1H78,
bealed proposals will be received at
this otllce until 0 o'clock p. in.. of Tues
day, March 6th, 1873, lor the repairing of
brick Bide walk on t lie southerly side ot
Eight (8th) street, between Commercial
and Washington avenues.
Bids to include tilling and raising said
sidewalk to grade and Uih tiirnishing of
sound and suitable brick for sidewalk
purposes that may be required In replac
ing those worn out.
Tho work to be done tinder supervis
ors ol the committee on streets and In
accoreance wiih plans aud speolllcations
of said committee.
The right to reect any or all bids is
reserved. .1. B. 1'hii.us. City Clerk.
TheTltlnl Wave-It Una Nlrark Carol
Just Received 5,000 of tho celebrated
Tidal Waye. 6 cent lgars. Try thero.
Trade supplied. Ptma & Bird.
U-Openlnf Tnorenf tifare.
In ordur to guard against remits nt"
terly subversive of health, It Is absolute
ly CG-eutiitl that tho graud thoroughfare
or avenue of tho by-sum, the bowels,
should be re-opened as sdlly as pos
sible when they become ubstih..ted. If
they are not, the bile is misdirected Into
tbo blood ; tbe liver becomes torpid ;
viscid bullous matter gets into the stom
ach, and produces indigestion, head
aches ensue, and other symptoms are
pioduced, which a prolongation ot the
exciting cause only tends to a: -.r-.vate.
Tho aperlei pronerties of H.'stetier's
Stomach Bitters constitute a most usulul
agent in overcoming constriction ot tbe
bowels, and promoting a regular, habli
of body. It Is Infinitely snpeilor to the
drastic cathartics frequently ued for the
purpose, since it docs not, liko tliem, act
violently, but produces a natural, pulu
less ellect, which does not Impair the
tone of the evacuatory organs, wbu h it
Invigorates instead of weakening. The
stomach and liver, also. Indeed the en
tiro system, 1 strengthened and regu
la led by It.
Bomovcd, and Ready for Business
I have removed to Commercial avenue,
lietwetn Ninth and Tenth struts. In the
room adjoining Hanon's sewing ma
chine rooms. I have no old stock on
hand to fi.lect Irom, and in laet no new ;
but I have received what Is fur better, a
si Iceiinn of Iare 'r.ed samples of spring
and summer goods, icpresentliig a larger
stock auJ greater variety than you have
ever had to choose Irom In Cairo. There
are over eight hundred pi' ces, eonipriss
ing all colors, patterns and puces ; black
fancy and plain casslmen s. and, in fact,
a sample ot all goods to 1 found in u
tirst-eiass wholesale li-,u-. any amount
of which .can be delivered In Cairo in
; twenty-lour hours irom any dale. 1 Ins
vito comparison in price, work ai.d
style ot cut, and will warrant hitislac
iloii on all ruder. Solli'ltingyour layor,
I reni-iin your- to eouiniaui!.
II. N. W1.1.10N,
Formerly Cutter for John Antrim,
F!i. Pi, Is.;.-;!:.
(.purrnl lleliilur ,
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the result ot mental over-work, indis
cretions or excesses, or some drain on the
system. 1 always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Sptcillc No. 2. U tones
up ami Invigorates the system, Imparts
streiig h and energy stops the drain and
rejuvenatis the entire man. Ik-en used
twenty years witn perteet. success by
thousands. Sold by dealer. Price 1
per single vial, or?) per package of five
vials and ?2 vlul of powder. Sent by
mail on receipt ot price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine
Company, 109 Fulton street N V.
l'Hfti(itr In t:very Ilonsi liolil.
Dr. H. V. riarofi, the t;r.at"niediein
tnau" of BuflMo, is lunniiij for tho oillcn
ot senator trom mat city. lie seems to be
t ie iro-t popular mtn mi the trick, and
well may he be, for his nmus is 1,-iuiillur iu
every household Id the hind, aud people
will vote for him rega'ulKts of his politics.
Corrne', as tin always is. The
oVtor was dec' -d hy about 3,0')0 majority,
ORDINANCE NO. 17.
ANNUAL AITtlOl'KUTlON DILI..
An ordinance providing for the annual
appropriation lor the fiscal year, end
ing Ui-CL-uiber ;ilsr, 1S7.-1,
Be it ordained by tho city council of
the ei'y nl "aim,
Si'.uioN i. J li.it fur the innpn.-o of rie-
fraying tne necessary expenses uud im-
riroVsuienis ol the corporation lor tin
lboal year ending December 3lst, ls7S,
aud paying certain liabilities already in
currud. the following sums, or so much
thereof as may be required, be, and they
are hereby appropriated lor the following
purposes, viz :
HIOM Till; OCM'.UAI. U NI'
1 Tor paying (d salaries of
city olliceis, including iios
2 To pay costs of repairing,
aud portions ot assessmcnis
against city for constructing
and rccoiistiuclii.ir side
si ,000 00
3 To pay cott of repairing
and improving the streets of
4 To pay cost ol drainage,
work, pipe, etc
3 To pay expenses ot board
6 To p:y expenses m lire de
partment including $ I. i.'iO 00
to Hibernian Fire Company,
to be ined in construction ol
new engine house
7 To pay expenses ol city
clerk's office and council
5 To pay expeusts ot city
9 lo pay expenses ot city
jail and dieting prisoners
10 To pay for city printing-...
11 To provide lor contingt nt
12 10 pay interest on bonds,
in such sums as the cotmcil
limy Irom timo to time or
Total from general fund $31,473 00
FROM CACHE ItlVF.R MtlPUi:
To pay cost ot acquiring by
purchase, a bridge ver
Cache river, and approaches
thereto, and a bridge over
Cottonwood slouch, all
within live miles of tho 3or-
porato limits of the city 5.000 00
FROM FUNb FOR PAYINO OCT
STANDING INTF.RF.St UEAtll.NO
Provided that nothing lienln
shall be construed to au
thorize the paymeut ot tlu
warrants drawn hi favor ol
Illinois Central K. if. Co..
dated March llth, 1874. and
numbered 3H B. for frt.OOO.oo
without the liirther i-xpress
order of the city council..,. 5,000 00
Approved February 13. 1878.
Henry Winter, Mayor.
Atteit-J. B. Fbillis, City C.erk. .
Bargains for Holiday a
Extraordinary Inducements to Purchasers
Until ftor Ct-tkrimttxxxnm "W1..
JPOI THE NJSJSfT
Willi eB-j to the Public lomo
The Finest assortment of Ladle' Cloak and
Uneqiiulled Attractions Silk Hauderchlels, Collars, Cuffs and Ties in Ism variety aatl
A Full ai.d Complete Line ot flsnts' Furnishing Goods old at astonishingly low prUe.
Zephyrs, Wool and Fancy articles ot all shades and colors.
Ladles Hhoes actually at Cott.
Carpets and Oil Cloths in endleis variety, quality and pattern.
Wo take pleasure In announcing to our patrons and the public gnu-rally that we
aro now frfl'eriug special inducements to those who purchane wiihin the next 30
days. A thousand new and attractive articles of vertu are now on exhibition, and
are being ottered at most extraordinarily low prices.
J. Ri nf.i:i:.
PHOENIX DRUG STORE
Corner 18th Street & Com'r'l AveJ
I Have Oponod on
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, STATIONERY
And Toilet Articles,
To "VThich I Call the Attention of tho Public.
CtsSl will mako the accurate compounding of physicians prescriptions a pe.
ialty. Q. E. O'HARA.
SIGNAL SKRVICB KKWRr.
Tnns. ,liw atkh. Itlje or Full
JAMKS M. WATSuN,
Srcci.iit .-una1 service, V. 8. A
The Oil; ol Ilellena broujjlit 100 hales of
cot'.ou miiJ oil fur litis i.i , und addd $5
tooeof iron for St, Loui.-.
The Cioklen Uule pa-sed no yesterday
morning live dajs nnd tilit ho irs out,
from New Orleans oua regular business
trip. She lisil a itood trip of l:cight and
Tho Jno. I.. KtiuiiJ for St. Louis, and
the Mieiluek lor New Orleans were cll
1 lie Liberty No. I. will go soinli roon ns
the b:ti(ii Smlib, now leading ut Kvam
vihe is ready for her. Jack Anitcron is
ono of her phots Irom this point, t;.;,
Commnlnra Hud-on went to Mcmyhis by
A -trout; liimi wind t.lew s i dny yester
day, and a change of weather seems prjba
hle. The Mary ilillor with a full trip of
freight passed for Kt I.Oi.U.
The Lioness arrived irom St Louis and
will return with coal. ,
Notice is hereby given that I will beat
the fololrjr named p. acts, atthu times
below siatoil. fiirtaa purposu o( cullee.ilng
tho revenue of Alexander couuty, Ms., lor
tun year A !., 1877, tn-wit:
At ttie slortj linuse el K. Cillley it Co., in
Clear Cra. k pretiuct.on Monjay, Ktbruary
Xilh A. 1)., 1S7S.
At iba nore hoii'c cf It, A. KdnmndOD,
in Cle.ft CrccS iiroe.inct, ou I uus.ly, l'"isb
ruary M'Ai, A. L , 1(S7.S. -
At I no Mure house of B. V. Brown &
Bro., in '"IipIm-s prrclnet, on Wednesday,
Febni'iry "1'U, A. I , I-7S
Allbt9iorn bouse of A. II. Ireland, In
Sutita I'o pri-tiiict, ou Thursday, February
:8th, A. 1 , la.s.
At the sturo house of F. I, Alhrrton, S
Co., lu Ouimi island prcuiiict, on Friday,
March l.-t. A. 1
At the rcsidcuve ol N'. Ilutisacker.in Dog
Tooth prutiui:!, on Saturday, JIarca 2nd,
At the ftoie home of W. U. Ilooppaw, in
Tfndge'a 1'iirk, Unity precinct, on Monday,
March 4th, A. l., 1.-78.
At tho sture housu of fi. W. (ihort. in
Sanuusky, Unity preamef on 'luesday,
March MU, A. 1)., KS78.
At the storo housu of Sam Ifurcrave, In
Toledu, llnziewood prrclnct, on iVednet
itay, March tith, A. It , IsTrt.
At No. ti't Ohio Lovdii, smith Culro nre-
i-iiiet. on Tnumdiiy, "lh, Fru'.iv, 8ib, and
Saturday. Vtti days in March, lSS.
At the coui-ihousi! in Nor'h i niro pre
cinct, on and alter M u-ch i;t", '87s.
JShcrlll aud C.illeetcr.
CUro. Ills., Kv-h. 4!h, lSTs. 2-7 l-w
All sua erm Irom this disease,
xioust o ho cured should try Br, Kis.t.
ner's ('olohrated Conauniptive Powders.
These powder are the culy preparation
known that willeure Consumption and all
discuses of the throat and luui?- indeed,
so strong Is our faith iu them, nnd also to
convince you thst ihey are io humbug, we
will lorwarl to every sutliin-r, by " uiai
postpaid, a free trial box.
W e don't want your money until you are
perto.tly sHllsIiod ol their curative powerst.
It you "life ia worth sa inj:, uoa't delay In
jtivliit? these powders a trial, as they wil
surely cure you.
Price. I r lame box, $.1. scut to cny part
f the United States or Canada hy mail on
receipt of pilce. Address,
UtM Fulton Street. I'.i-imiWIvb, ,
Comuinpflon, that acourxa of humanity, la
tin-k nut iliswl ol tile bumau family, iu all civil
nil coiuiti io. ...
I iiel coniident that I atn In possession of the
only mire, InlulUiilo remedy now knoiau lo
he pioie-slon lur tfce Kily, positiie cura ol
hat lirwul die-e, aud ha unwelcome wiora
lUufi, nil Catarrh, Asthma, Krnuchltie, N'-r
tnua HelnlitT, eW., etc. 1 am old logy. 1 be
lli e in medicine. Twenly-tda-bt leara ew-
rient-e a a busy iiriictilioner in the beet con
sumption hoiibils In tbe old and new world,
hail laiiKlit me ihe value of prier nusll U"n
IkiIIi local and consliliitlonul lu tbe cur" of M
front enemy ol our i-aisr I hava lound It. Eat
tm disreaslua;. I started nut to say to tbeau
eiiOerlnu with conHumpi.un nr any of the abov
maladita, that by addresa.cf mo. glvluK eyinpa
uiiim, Uiey sludl be put iu ioasciiiou jothis
Srmt bwn, without charire, und shall have tbe
henctlioi uiyeieriiic in Uiousands of case
mu-ceisiully luutetl. Kuil (wrticulara, dlrec
tnius lor prvparution ant use, and advice uud
Insiniclioiia fur successlul irealmont at your
own home, will foe received by you hy return
uuiil, ireu ol oliarKe, uy aiilreaiua:
Ml. .lulls S. Itl.llS'F.TT.
lle Iil7 .IciTiTsnn Mwl I oiiisvlll
-T sls'l tJViU. minimis. f!un A Ilulw
Vt m'j'i. M,.otir HI. 0t. urii't. vami
UWsn.i.'; l.cs Woiiis. Chloeau, IU
iur a urn i a. siuv anniii
aid lo aooil Ass-nts. Aiun-r tonfe
v" C ata nil id M
''"saVejWlrH. 7U Co. fcovi. hies
unprecedented Dargilas in
Furs la the City.
Entire New Stock of
St. Louis, Mo.
fllOS. A.RICE, A. 21, 1. L.B.,
I, H. HUiiV,'00D, ,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP; $81 00
TOST Complete, Ttiutuugh i,nt FracUe
iVJ. course u( .Mudy la tiw United Htuu-n
i uurt iudin-naiblu to evi-ry youux ibun
ImrkinK uo die ea ol lift.
For Illustrated Citcular,
l tiilH. A. KICK, A.M..L. H
Octil-Uv Kreaiite-nt. '
t'enniiiicutly cured no huiabtiir Dy oat ,
uinnth's us;ite of Or. Uoulard's Celebral
ed Fit Powders, To convince suflercra
Hut these powders will do all we "Istra tor
thcta, we will rend them hy mail, post
paid, a tree trial box. As Dr. Goulard is
the only physician tout b:s ever made this
diseaso a ftpuuial study, and as to our
knowledge thousands nare been peruia
nently cured by the use ol tho-e powd .Ts,
K'o wid gairantee a pcrmM.nt cure ir
every ease, or retund you all money ex
petHlsd. All snir-rers should give then '
Powders an early trial, snd be convinced
1'ricrf, for lari;e box, 4.1, or 4 boxes wr
$lo, scut hy rami to auy part ot United
Slalesor Canada oa recuipt of price, ot by
express, C l). l. Address,
ASH Si BOBBINS, .
.1fi Kulton (stre-t. I!r oklvn. N. T.
State of Illinois, Cfuiryof Alcxunder.
Circuit rourtoi Ait-v-oiuer couaiy, JouAr
I rbuiut- ,1 . 1.onlvit-niio vn. Marv E. Louhlenne.
Ilnl fur divorce In (.huncury.
AiUduvit oillie nuu-n:iilencuotMary.LoB-lileuae,
tlm ileicieiunt aliove iiunied, liavinr
Isi-u lllt-.l in the otlicu 1 1 Ujt clerk of aaiu
cuiiitui Alevuudrr ciius-ty, .'Dotii- la hereby
i-ivi-n (o the said uon-rculdent diftndiml,
(tint the cimipluinitnt tiled Ins bill of cum
ptuint in aula cut'rt m the chancery side thereof
on tut Kuliiiuy oiOctuher.A.D. I77, and thai a
Huimuotia tlieri.'tiuu issued nut uf sai l court
.'.inn i-iiia dilendanU, rvlurnalite oo tho
Inul Monday iu tile mouth ol Januitry, A. D.
irs, ais ly law r,-iiiirl. ovr. turefora.
unlr yuu, ihe said Mary K. Lonbieune, shall
pu Min&liy lieaiiU .ippear lieioru Ihe said circuit
court ot AUx.wiiicrountyou Ihe llr.tt day of
tii.i nt-t ti rai iliercid', to be unldea at tbe court
h.jiie iu the cay oi t utro, in nai-1 couaiy on U
llrei. Monday lu tne month vt-liuiuury, A. D.
leTs, aud plead, answer or deiuui touid bill ot
tniuplninc, the aunie aud die mu.tera uud luinits
ihcri-ia fft ionh , will i.i' taken as conitBueH, ami
a d'-or etDlcud ncmui-t yuu arding lo the
braji r of ohi I bill.
John a. kkkve, t;icrk.
W. (;. y.n.iiv.Y. Ciiiupininant'a boluntor.
Cuir-i. Ills. Oct iitii .v. U. ltT7. W.
sta enf Illinois, c.mnty ot AlettanSeT. aa.
lu Die Ali'vjud. 7 eimnty circuit court
Jlu(thC'ulli,hn vs. u'.ih'n Deviiie.
Jill I ol' loreoioiiurc aii-1 lor relief, etc
A mount of decree rcnderd Jju. 4. UTS. JI7S30
' I merest I , oni Janiuiry S, 1b7s. hi six pr
cent ; loetn ol tint, laillldlllg solici
tor's Ice ol h) ..., u 20
Public notice id hereby given that iu iiunuaoc
Ot" a dei ree rendered in ra:d court In (lie above
vntillrd cnuaentilieniecUi Iteccoiberterui A 1.
bi 7, 1, John l. llnritian. Muster iu (JhLcarv of
p.i.u toiinij, hiii, on i-ruiuy, inc
HA DAY OF t-tUUCAUr, A. t. 1S78,
.it iiiu nuiir in iv- u ciectt a.m., a-:u ar punim
VM.iiln I,. Iltu l,i.i.iH.r iitt.l.. l'.,v muK . ,u .
fmnt door of t!iecoi.rtnou-, in the city ot'luiro,
lu su.d i-oiiiity and statu, tiio loliowiufr described '
leirt ..mi in trie cite ni C;iirL. roiintv uf ai.v.
anoi-r. -mil Mate el iiii'.oix, to wil : ril yleet
nil ,ii i ,' iri.vii 511U ,u iui9 uuuiiKfvti iwciiij-tme
t.i). iMi-uiy-iwu ii, iwenij-miie .i, ana -Uvnty-iuur
ll), lu block lUtr-two (U),blaf
(.11 ol the end that f units oa Walnut Hreet, ia
fiii city, making u pitce one hundred bet ua
Walnut street, and UUV lect on 6evnlh airaet, '
u'KVini r I, iniinr iiiviicco inn anjiii, Hnaona
ihcreuiitti belociriuior ia any wise ihcrt la apser-
JOHN Q. HARM AX,
8. V. WmtKLrn, Alaelet iu Cluncary.
.NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT, ' '
.s lite of lllnnls. Alexander cjunty. as. Estate
ol Daniel L-imiiert, deceaaed.
Noiice it hereliy given llutoo Monday, the Uw
day ol March, A ! s78, tbe undersiKunt ait
minietnitru of ald eatatawill Lrraeut (a tha
county (Viurt ol iaid Alexander eounly, at Ihe
ci tirttiiu.-e in Cairo, itlluala, at a term thereof
tie n lo lie holden, her final report of ber ecu sad
' HUM W. ,U IVUI, 9 W .
itiscuarKcil fioiu any mil aU further duties aad
risKiiisibi!iiiosciiuuMtel Willi sad isial,aad
lur ndiiiiuiMndlon tjercor, ilwhiib tlrMaasj
vlacebiich pernios as are iuicrvated u.ay la prea
cnt and naisl such application it Iheychoosej m
lo do. M A lit AUIl 4' L A M Pe-HT, .
... , . AdaiBltUMrfx. '
Curo. Ills., Feb. 8,1878. ' -Urit
i UU.MHU JL. USUI, SALS. '
On the 20th day of February, 1878. bffinaiaf It
10 o'clock, a.m.andcuniiouiuK from day today, '
Hie iiudeni ned will aril at auctian u tha kiriu.
cit bidder for cash at Ihe tarelture Isctaryal
Willmiu tkhlioff. souihtut corner ol KeieeM
Icentlt streel and Washing! ui avenne, l Cairo,
Illinois, a Utge lot ol furniture ol varloue lu .
and descriptions, oonusiieg ol parlor aaie, WeaV
uuiii hu, uurenus, te istraua, waaasuaoot
waidmpet, utiles, bookcases, desk, atakds, ;
wnat-noifi, Bran ea,loolr (laiaaeis Dairy easna- -ati.
hntraot s insttrrsK. kitchen sale. Uf
aonruilit ol chairs, ilreieinK eases, ic.
WOXUE FOU eATuj
sions to Aral. l"o Ja vfimi v. '
t their own tnealiU. J 1
Mrraltlo Vtaltr,. iUrjcl JZT!L1 r '
Moothlj. I.Hra-e.1 TP'i I"
.ku:.uk, i..ni freai. DlaT COaV -