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TUB DAILY CAIRO
BULLETIN: FRIDAV MOKMNU, NOVKMUElt SO. 1878,
For nr SO year SELLERS LIVER
una la Handard retnedy for Lint Complaint.
eilvroe.r, Hick Headache, Pain (n Shoulder or
But UUilnwt, Coaled Tonirua. Kerer end Air.
Mid til dtaeaer erlelng from a deranj-rd tat i of the
i . u.......,k TlmmM Altnttl. of Hlff PlUlty.
K.,eave: Sellere PHI b Mrd buedred or
lolbu'ln doctor' bills In Uite conatry. H. Tt.
Mien A Co., Proprietor, Plttaburg, Pi. Barclay
Bro., Airenlo. Cairo.
rpHE GREAT BLOOD TONIC
Kor lh enro if til dlcae arlln from impure
Hood, and for Invigorating end atrenittbcn "If"")
vltalonran. Are yon weak, nervou. debllliatea,
pale and emaciated? Have you lot your appetite T
flave you nanaca, pain In the bark. ct 11 , vr.
IJndacy i Blood Searcher will drive out the dlcae
and Brine back the Bloom of Health. Pimple,
Boll., Kry.lpeU". Totter, Halt Rheum. r bnt
varfcee Indication of Blood Dlaeaje: nd lr. Llnd
aey'e Blood Searcher, by purifying the ryrtem eon
rixt the akin and beautiflo the coniplejlon. Sola
k til lrirril. tl .00 Der bottle. K. oeiie.
I'roprlelor, PUUburg, Pa. Barcliy Bro
Cairo. ,. ,
ELLER'S COUGH SYRUP.
nv i nm nm hottlei aold. It la the mot plcant
and popular remedy for Couirhe, Cull. -"P?
lloarnoand all throat and luug dlca.e. Ha
nen In ut for half a century. Doctor rccommena
and prescribe It. J. K. Vouman. Umt V. O.. Hl;,
aye: "It aaved my two children, from the gf;
A L. Simmon., of Baltimore. Md., alw !'
will care the worxt cough Immediately. Ak your
drngglat or general atorekeeper for It Md take no
4.lhur, Prlci. the., 50., and 1.0u per bottle. Bend
for circular. It. E. Seller Co., Proprietor,
PltUburg, Pa. Barclay Broa., Agcntr, Cairo.
R. 8MIT1I, M. D.
Office and Residence:
K frjITII I liTE E STII STREET, CAIRO. ILL-
jQR. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Optiok No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Blgbth and Ninth Streeu
R. V. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Etghtk Street, near Commercial Aeenne.
WFFICE Ohio Lovce, bet. Fourth and Sixth ata.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. US Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
t FICIAL PAPER OF THE CITYAXD COUXTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
We are anthorlzed to announce the name of Al
nio Coaixoa a a candidate for City Treasurer at
ine coming city election.
Ticmee. to whom rr mat cokcihx. The Cairo
Bnlletin Co., will pay so billi contracted by any of
it employee, or any one connected with Tai Bex
1XTU, nnleu the tame la made on a writes order
igned by myself, andthe order nut be attached to
tae till when presented.
Jona H. Osiblt
It i said that the friends of J. L Morri
son vill urge Lit name for Speaker of the
House of RepreaentatiTea at the approach
ing session of the State Legislature. Mr.
Morrison i the member from Morgan
county, and is a legislator of experience, a
well-pm-U'd parliamentarian, and one of the
ablest lawyers in the state, having served
as chairman of the committee on judiciary
with eminent distinction, at the last legisla
tive session. Of course, we do not wish to
be understood as advocating the election of
uiy Republican to the Speakership, or any
other legislative office, so fur as that is concerned--but
Mr. Morrison's election would
do honor to the party in which he trains,
and we have n doubt would be as general
ly satisfactory to the Democracy as any one
not a Democrat, in the state.
Foil the bi;6t brands of old hand-made
Sour and Sweet Mash Whiskeys, go to - -Stockkleth
We pl.ice lefore the people of Cairo, the
latent and most elegant styles of custom
made boots and shoes. 0. Haytiioun & Co.
MATTERS OF LOCAL IMPORT.
Miss Ida Harbaugli, of Aurora, Ind.,
is in the city, visiting relutives.
County court will convene again next
Monday, for the transaction of probate bus
The Illinois Legislature convenes on
the 8th day of January, which is the Wed
nesday after the first Tuesday of that
The snow man erected ou Nineteenth
street, yesterday, was a shapely monster,
'though decidedly ghostly in the eyes of
The Illinois Central depot was well
filled with Texas cotton yesterday brought
to Cairo by the I., M. & 8. road, to go east
on the cars of the Illinois Central.
The editor of The Bcli.ktin devoted
half the day to tl'iauksgiving, yesterduy, and
the other half to the local columns of The
JiL'LLKTiN hence, the substitution of a
story (or editorial. -
, IVttis and Bird are getting their goods
in shape in their new quarters, ami very
sensibly resort to the medium furnished by
TiikBcixktin to let tho peoplu know
'where they can obtain unquestionable bar
gains. The "tighest pull" we have seen in many
day, was made by a locomotive on the
Kentucky incline yesterday. The load con
lusted of six freight cars, and wc almost
shudder to think of the head of steam
gathered for the work of makiug tho top
of tho incline cightoen tons to tho foot
rcry pound of it.
Among other gamo brought to tho
Cairo market from the surrounding woods,
wo notice a good supply of coons and 'poa.
sums. We are willing to tako tho assur
ance of others, without gaining sji experi
mental knowledge of tho fact, that thy
are delicious eating. ,
The afternoon passenger train brought
to the city, yesterday, a pair of wedded
pairs, in the icrson8 of Harry Schultzo and
brido and Albert Lewis and bride. They
were warmly received by their friends, and
w ill, no doubt, as soon as may be, settle
down into tho soln-r realities of married
Should the weather lie favorable, an
immense crowd will witness the great
horse race to-morrow. The "Butcher Boy"
was brought here last week, and has leen
kept constantly under tho careful t rye of
his groom. Kynaston's animal Is duly
looked after, and seems to l the favorite
among Cairo people.
Mr. George Burnsule, known to many
of our old residents, as a printe-rartist of
great skill, and a good man generally, sends
out the announcement that ho will, on the
00th of November next, in connection with
one Mr. Camplell, commence the publica
tion of tho Fernandina, Fla Mirror. The
firm is well supplied with new material,
will drive their machinery by steam, and
will, at least in a typographical sense, give
the people of Fernandina, the lest paper
ever published in Florida.
Thanksgiving morning found James
Dougherty, far down the thither side of
life- a prisoner in the Cairo calalwose. He
had !een drunk the night before had paid
out his last farthing for means of rendering
himself a beast, and in hiscondition of beast
liness was arrested. As he was "bad" only to
himself, Judge Bird imposed only the light
fine of two dollars, and gave hiin a stay of
execution, that he might leave the city. He
availed himself of the privilege granted,
and crossed over to Missouri.
Cairo business men should bear in
mind that the publication of the Cairo Semi
Weekly Market Report will be resumed
next Monday ; that it will le a carefully
prepared and reliable market report, print
ed on good paper from clear type, and will
be furnished at the low price of one and a
half cents er copy. Incase of orders for
fifty copies or more of each issue, the name
of the purchaser, the character of his busi
ness and the location of his business house
will be printed on the head of the Report.
The R"port will give the condition of the
market up to the very hour of going to
Capt. W. P. Wright's name w ill go be
fore the President and Senate with such an
endorsement from his fellow-citizens as is
morally certain to command rcsiieetful at
tention. His petition, asking for the "pa
pers" that will authorize him to take con
trol of the Cairo post-office, is signed by
the leading business men, officials and pro
fessionals of Cairo. We don't mention this
fact with the view of prejudicing the
claims of other applicants, for we do not
know that any one of them would have
failed in obtaining a like endorsement,
had he made an equally early and in
dustrious an effort. We merely mention it
as a fact of "local import;" and will add,
"as a tub to the other whales," that there is
not one among them who would not make
a very efficient, affable and obliging, post
master. A white woman, named Mary E. Mun
grum, resident of a neighboring country
preciuet, was the plaintiff in a case before
Judge Bird, yesterday, wherein a colored
man, named Leander Wright, was the de
fendant. The woman swore that on the
10th day of .March last, at a certain house
where she was then living, the said Leander
Wright, by force and violence, ravished her
sacred person. Slie was very positive as to
the time and place and all the details.
Wright proved, in answer, by credible wit
nesses, that Mary did not take up quarters
in the house in question, until on or alxmt
the 2)th day of April, and that, as a conse
quence, the crime could not have been com
mitted at the time and place designated. It
came out in the trial, also, that Mary had
been a willing victim to Leanders violence,
and that she had been instigated to the
prosecution of Wright, by a man whom
Wright had beaten in a law suit. Of course
the defendant was discharged, and Mary,
amid the guffaws of a curious crowd, left
the court room, the angriest creature we
have seen in many a day.
To the Reform movement in Cairo quite
a number of young men owe their deliver
ance from the debasing habit of an over-indulgence
in intoxicating drinks; but for
the apparent prosperity of some of these
reformed young men, they are not indebted
to the kind offices of others; but to their
individual efforts. Wc mention this fat
Ijccausc we have heard it said, and repeat
ed time and again, that such and such a
young man owed his start in business to
tho generous aid extended to him by such-
ana such a brother, more fortunately situ
ated so far as worldly goods are concerned.
We have heard the name of a young pro
fessional man mentioned in the same con
nection. Now we happen to know that the
young man in question had more ready
cash subject to his control, than either of
me gentlemen who weru named as his ben
efactors. The money he employed was his
own not a dollar nor a dime camo to him
as a contribution or a loan from anybody.
lTUBiiunewiMs matter not to strip "hor
km anybody; but to put
the young men w
on tho record."
have iu view, "right up-
Tho St. Charles valise thief has not been
captured. Tho jmpty valise was found
near tho Mississijjii levee.
There was a runaway yesterday after
noon, the result of which was a badly
smashed up wagjn the property, wo hear,
of Mr. Klein. '
Tho observance of Thanksgiving day
yesterday, was qiiito general a majority of
tho business house In-coming closed, after 10
o'clock in tho morning.
The vestry lien of the Episcopal church
will hold a mertiug at 4 o'clock this eve
ning, in tho office of Messrs. Green & Gil
bert, City National Bank building.
The death of Major Robertson is an
nounced. Ho was, for some length of time
division superintendent of the Mobilo and
Ohio railroad. He died in Jackson, Tenn.,
on Wednesday last.
Thanksgiving services were held in
Episcopal and Presbyterian churches, yes
terday, the Methodist congregation attend
ing the latter church. The day was also
observed in the colored churches.
They were delayed perhaps wo refer
to three car loads of turkeys and chicken"
that were to be seen in the I. C. yard yes
terday, awaiting shipment to Southern mar
kets. A thanksgiving meeting was in pro
gress among tho turkeys, suggested, no
doubt, by the delay that kept them off the
Southerner's thanksgiving table.
The fresh fish business has very decid
ed drawbacks. As often as two or three
times a week, Mr. Sproat is compelled to
throw away great packages, weighing at
times hundreds of pounds of whito fish,
trout, salmon, bass, etc., because of the ap
pearance of taint in the gills. The body
of the fish remains untainted for a day or
two after the gills commence giving out
suspicious odors, and for that reason it is
a mystery that they are not snapped up by
the boarding house keepers. If they only
cociJJ be worked up into sausage !
The temperance people of Macon coun
ty appeal to their co-workers in other parts
of the State, to unite in a petition to the next
General Assembly for an amendment to the
constitution, entirely prohibiting the manu
facture and sale of intoxicating drinks. We
do not think that public sentiment is ripe
fr a movement of this character. Indeed,
since moral suasion has proved such an
effective agent in weaning men from their
cups, we feel disposed to urgeacontinuance
of its use, and not seek to force men to do
that which they can bo more easily persua
ded to do. The time may come, and that
within the next few years, when the propo
sition submitted by the Macon county
people, will command the hearty support
of a majority of tho voters of the common
wealth ; but that time is not now. Hun
dreds and thousands of men belonging to
temperance organizations will oppose the
movement as impolitic and premature ;
and without a grind pressure from the tem
perance men of the state, as a compact and
united body, the effort will prove still-born,
and stand in the way of future efforts Letter
grounded. Our advice, therefore, is to
About mid-day, yesterday, as many
as fifty or sixty loafers, tramps, dead-ljcats
and vagalwnds gathered in groups in the
vicinity of the stone depot, and discussed
in an earnest manner, the "blarsted chances"
of the poor man. Not more than a half
dozen of the whole crowd had the remotest
idea how or where they would get their
dinner; but we question it seriously if one
out of every five of them would have ac
cepted a job of work had it Ijeen tendered.
Confirmatory of this conclusion was the fol
lowing conversation : "Is there much cot
ton to pick in Arkansas?" "Dead loads of
it," re-plied theman addressed. "Well,' 're
joined the first speaker, "whydidn't you stay
there?" "Stay there!" ejaculated the
other." Catch 1110 atit. The old bliz
zard I worked for wouldn't have
every-othcrday pickers, and when a
man can t live by working half his time, he
ought to quit living that's me!" The
growl of approval this declamation received
showed quite plainly that the speaker's six
or eight listeners were in full sympathy
with him and no doubt regarded the
planter who insisted upon saving his crop,
even at the sacrifice of the picker's luxury
of idleness, as a very great monster as a
man whom it is the duty of every Ja
boring man to "spot" Bnd remember.
Laboring men who accumulate a little
money, come to Cairo, spend part of the
money for whisky, and lose the balance
while drunk, are entitled to no pity. But
such is tho exjicricnce of at least two out of
every three of tho class named, who get too
drunk to take care of themselves. The pen
alty is a just one; but it is not tho right
sort of a tribunal that inflicts it. The rob
berries are committed by the lowest and
meanest sort of vermin that disgrace the
human shape. They mark out their vic
tim; fall into his company, are remarkably
friendly, stand treat, get their "game" full,
take his change, and leave him where' the
police are apt to find him and hustle him
offto the calaboose. Next morning he will
recollect that he had a certain amount of
money when ho commenced drinking; that
he was in company with a "devilish clever
fellow," but beyond this lie will recollect
nothing. We hazard nothing in saying
that there are in Cairo to-day, as many as
twenty or thirty men who follow as
menus of livelihood, the "business" of rob
bing druuken laborers, steamboat hands
and others, of the pocket money they may
have at the time of becoming oblivious.
The men tliey rob may realize tho loss; but
can flx the crime cm 'nobody, and thus tho
criminal escape prosecution. Thcso form
tho only class of criminals that our police
are powerless to extirpate or bring to pun
ishment. Tho reader of The Bu.letix, who
cons our advertising columns, will dis
cover that llaunon & Co. have a mule for
salo. Wo have inspected the mule, and
fed no hesitation in saying that he, she or
it. is just such a mule as somebody will be
sire to want. It is entirely tractable, and
ho will stand more foolishness about her
"business end," than any other mulo in
Cairo. We don't wish to he understood as
intimating that his rear pedals can't be ex
cited into action ; for, while it is truo that
all politicians havo their price, it is also
true that all mules will, under the stimu
lus of sufficient aggravation, kick with
tho fury of a scorned female, and tho force
of a Roman catapult. But Hannon's mulo
is, as we have said, very tractable a fami
ly mule, so far above the meanness of injur
ing women and children, that he would
scorn to fling his heels at any kind of an
object that maintained a lower altitude than
the fancy work on the top of the steamer
War! Wak ! What has the war with
England and Afghanistan got to do with
10 lbs. white N. O. sugar $1.00
12 lbs. light brown N. O. sugar 1.00
5 lbs. choice Rio coffee , 1 .00
C lbs. good Rio coffee : . . . . 1 .00
2 lb cans tomatoes, best 1 0c
Yarmouth corn, best 1 5c
20 bars soap, good, 1 lb. each 100
Starch per pound 5c
and all other goods way down.
Fixe Tea a Specialtv. We have one
of the largest, best and freshest stocks of
groceries in town, and will sell as low, if
net lower than any house in Cairo. Give
us a call and don't forget the place.
We also have a stock of toys that will be
sold at cost to close out.
pETTiHifc Bird, The Popular Grocers.
Ccr. Eighth Street and Washington Avenue.
A full line of those elegant cloth top
boots for ladies and children's wear, just
opened. O. llAYTnoiix & Co.
Pon fine imported Liquors, go to
Stockplktii & Bnoss.
Mcle Kon Sale. A strong, tractable
mule, well adapted for serv ice in a dray,
will be sold at a low figure.
Apply to Han.vm & Co.
Smokers, it you wuh a fine "Key West"
or "Imported'' cigar, call at Korsmeyer's
cigar store. It is the only place in the city
almost daily in reeipt of fresh goods
For a good shave tor ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's barber shop, No. 142 Commercial
Ik you would save money, buy your
school liooks, stationery, etc., of A. W. Py
att & Co. Their stock is full, and a little
inquiry will satisfy you that their prices are
as low as the lowest.
Fon the finest imported Wines, go to
Stockkletii tfc Brosh.
Ladies who have been waiting for our
fine cloth top shoes, the latest styles, and
the best quality in the country, can now be
supplied. O. Mavtiiokn &, Co.
Btv your school books of A. W. Pyatt &
Ca Their stock is complete, and their
preen such as defy successful competition.
The finest stoves in the world. The
Westminister Base Burner, and the Cham
pion Monitor cook stove at
Foil Rent to small family, cottage No. DO
Tenth street, between Washington aud Wal
nut. Three rooms, good cistern and wood
shed, or summer kitchen. Apply ut No.
2 Tenth street. E. A. Bi rnett.
Otn line of fine Shoes 1-r ladies,
children and men's weur has never been so
complete as at this time.
O. Haytiioun & Co.
For the largest and liest selected stock
of Liquors, Wines and Cordials of all kinds,
to be found in Southern Illinois, go to
Stockkletii & Bnoss.
Wood Skvknty-kivk Cents Per Load.
Until DecemlierlSth, tho Cairo Box and
Basket company will sell at their factory
corner of Thirty-fourth and Levee streets,
dry wood at 75 cents per load. Will deliver
same to any part of tho city at f 1.25 per
load. To rcceivo prompt attention, cash
must accompany tho order.
To those who fail to receive proper at
tention during the middle of tho day whilo
our Btore is so much crowded, we would
say that after IJ p. m. wo can attend to all.
O. Haytiioun & Co.
For tho best California Brandies and
Wines, go to Stock ki.ktii. & Brows.
LKTTI E COLEMAN'S LA UN DRY.
Mrs. Lettiu Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, and takes this
method of informing her old friends and
patrons that sho is again at their services,
and solicits their patronage. Sho has re
duced prices to suit tho times.
Chew Jackson's best Bweet Navy Tobacco.
Workingmen, Fanners, Merchants, Mechanics !
And all who would like lo droM your fuel w ill anil comfortable for a email amount of money, wo wlh to
call your aitvullon to our laitfu alock and Due aHortmvul of our
FAIL AND WINTEli BOOTS AND SHOES!
Boole aud Hhooa form a lerire Item In every man's rcn.n, ami It should be a matter of connldxratlon
where ynu can purclUKu to the bt advantage. We have uml.wvorod to uleva'e tbo ntsmlard of ri ady
iniulu boon aud hoove worn bore, by obtaining nnuu except of fnultla abatie and perfect fliiUu.
our.tu,.,"m a"'1' teetlf. end at prlcea raiiilns from KU to SO per cent liiwor thau could be
obtained v Uewhere. Having the only uiclu.lve ihon liouae, with mil aaaortaieiit. In tbo
city, and buruiK our ooU only Iroin niauuractiirore, wo have the ability aud are
DETERMINED TO UNDERSELL ANY HOUSE IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS !
We Invite a comparUoa of our gooda, and
DHFY COMPETITION !
We are alwayi pleated to ilww our food, aud requeitt you to tako a little time lo call aud sue our
different atylea. We are illluif
Mpii'h Winter Boots, Good Article, at
Men's- Brojfani, Double Soled, Full Sunk
Men's Calf Ties, Nlee Shoe .'
Men's Calf Dom Tcdro
Boy's Wear from 25 to 50 cents Per Pair Les
Youth's Kip Boots
Childs' Kip Hoots
Ladies' Morocco Sewed Shoes
Ladies' Morocco or Kid, Sewed, Side Luce
Ladles' Morocco or Kid, Sewed, Button
Misses' Shoes from 25 to 50 Cents Less
Children's Morocco or Kid Shoes, three to seven
Children's Morocco or Kid Shoes, seven to teu
W c are ooVrlni; apodal Inducement on our Cunlom Made Ilnnd Work for Ladta and (ientlfmin ar.d
have a .k-iirlld Hue or Kronen Kid and V Kid Mutton and hide Lae hh., iltb
Cloth Tops aud Krench Concave liocli. at Low I'rlcon. Junt out, aud atyllah.
A. BLACK, 14() COMMERCIAL AVE.
pHOSNTX DEUG STOI1E,
CO H. COM MK I CIA AV. AND KIGI ITKHNTII ST.,
GEO. E. O'HAHA, Proprietor,
I cpplteil with a full to k of Kreh Drur. Medicine and ChrmUaU of nndonbti-il pnrlty.
Also Toilet Soap, Perfumery, Iirunhct, etc.. and a Full Line ef all the popular 1'ati ut Family M.li
cltH-i ol the day.
tr Especial Care and Atteutlon given to the rmnpoundlne of pliynlciaiu' prrwriptlunn.
A complete tine of West Bros., fine
shoes at O. Haythorx & Co.
By Mrs. Harry Walker, Commercial ave
nue, corner Sixth street.
DAY BOARD $3.50 PER WEEK.
In connection with the Hotel is a first
class bar and billiard room on opposite side
of the street; also wholesale and retail
oyster depot. Fresh oysters received daily
and sold at the lowest market rates. Or
ders from home or abroad will receive
prompt attention. Go and s;.e stock and
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
TO.SY DEMEB'S THOITE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Mondav, December 2d.
Pantomime Troupe and Standard Company, with
the great urinal clow n
(Geo. II. Auais.J
And a grand combination of Twenty Bra
Pantomime uiul Spedialty Stars.
AIIMIKSION an ntul. HKSEKVEI) CHATS fwr
pale at li K. PA UK tit h CITY HOOK hTUKE.
DRY GOODS. CTC.
( JOLDSTINE efc
The largest wholesale and retail Dry
Goods and Clothing House in this City;
are receiving new Goods daily and are
offering great bargains in the most baud
some lines of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres, Lou
rettes, and a great many other new
styles of Dress Goods, Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every department of their busi
ness, they cordially Invite the public
to call and see their stock.
PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAI'EK, ETC.
Jt F. BLAKE,
Paints. OilSaVaniislies, Brushes
Window Glass, Window Shades, Etc.
Always on hund the celebrated atfuiKATrxu
Bros' LnlMliic, Cum-1
uierclui Ave., . f
11.75 to $2.25
HOLXAVK 1.IVKB PAPS.
Ohio Levee ami
In herebr irlwn lo Nellie (Inffiiey. Timothy Gaffiv.-,
WlllUm'liurtnev and Miiry (.itKiiry. that Icnlx-Hol-nry
htm llled a petition nualn-t them for partition ol
the premise denrrltx-d 111 paid petition, whieh ;.
In now penditii; in the Alexander clreuit court, ami
Hint Ktiiutnonn him hi en Iwoied in ald Miit r
vou, p'turnnlile on the. ltrt day or the next Jana.irv
term, 1M. or fald Alexander circuit rourt.to lie t e
liiin and hidden nt the Court Iioiim- In the cltr of
t aim, Alexander county, lllliioU, on the drat Mm.
day of January. Jxo. A. REEVK,
t lerk nf raid court.
I hereby given Hint tlefnnlt hnvlntr been marie In
the payment of the amount secured to be paid hy a
certain niortjtaw or deed of trut, executed by rat
rlelt Clancy and Mary Clancy. hl wife, to John .
llarmHU. Truntee, dutcd the 1 ft day of November
A. I)., IWt, and recorded in the Recorder' Offlce, ;ll
anil for Alexander county. In the Statu or Illlnoln. !"
Rook M of Deed, on patio 11. etc., the undendKncd.
raid TniKteo. will on featurday. the 4th dn of Janu
ary. A.l). ism, between the hourrof 10 o dock A. at .
and .1 o'clock 1'. M.. of that day: to wit. at II o clo k
A. M., under and by virtue of the power of rale con
tained in raid mortirUL'o or deed of trurt, ae.ll. n -public
vendue, to thu hiKhert bidder, for earn, at
the Court hoiiHO door, In raid City of Cairo, in Alex
aiidcr county Knd State of lllinolr. all the rltflit,
title aud Interest of raid Patrick Clancy and Mary
Clancy. hU wire, or Ihelrurrlijnr.lii and to lot ni. in
hered 111, (rlxteenl. In block numbered . irlx), n
raid City of Cairo. accortlltiK to tho recorded r '
thureof. with the appurtenance, to rutlty the u.r
porta aud conditions of auld mortice or di ed or
lri,aid. Cairo. 111.. Nov.hMJW.RMAj5i
-.1 - an.!.,.! ilivtil!n,, tinvlt,..
Identlally dlrcnvcrcd, while a Medical Mirrlonurv
n routhern Aria, a very rlinplo vi-iretuble remedy
for the rpeudy nnd permanent cure orconrumpllon,
Arthina, RroucbitlH. Catarrh, nnd all throat and
lung affection. aUo a positive and radical rpivLIc
for Nervoti Debility, I'remmnrn Oecuy, and nil
Nervou Complaint, feel It hi duty to make. It
knowu to the rullerlnu lellow. Actuated by thl
motive, he will cheerfully end(rreo of chlirtei tn
all whoiteMro It, the recipe lor preparltiir. am', (.ill
direction for ucrpfiilly tiring thl prilvldmniui'.y
discovered remedv. Thoo who wlh loiiivall theiu
elver of the bencllta ef thl discovery Without cot.
can do o hy return mull, hy addrcrtiiluir, with
(lamp, Ua. CHARLES P. MARSUA1LL,
No. 38 Nuitra Street.)
Dl'tTAj.4), N. Y ,