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Till-: DAILY CAIRO Bl'LJvTlN: TIILRSDAV MOJIMXU, JANUARY '.). 1870.
F..rovir.Y)vemSial.KI.S 1.1V Kit 1'It.l.s linvi-l-n
Ibi! ri4iiitnn1 remedy lor Liver Cniiiiilailit.
I wllvt'in'i., Sick lli-mladie. 1'iilit In Shoulders or
liark, UixlnoHK, Coaled 'fonutii-. 1'cu r Hint Aum-,
luil nil iIIiumiw arMu-x from a 1tm n u-I slntc ul the
Liver or Stomach. Thomas Adams, nf Hltf Sandy,
: Seller'a I'illn have sucd hundred!! of
lielUrs'in dncuirn' hill In thi try." It. K.
Seller J. I'o.. l'ropHctor, I'lUshuM, I'll. liuivUy
liro.. Agent, t aim.
fPIIK GREAT BLOOD TONIC
For thiM-nre nf nil illeiic- urtftnt; from Impure
Koo.1. and lor Invioriiliiie and -l t i-ns' I h-n i n tr the
vita) upitim. AriMott weiik. iiermu. (K-lii I i la t-l.
liie mill emaciated? IIhvu vutl lost your appetite?
Jlave vou nausea. 1'iilit in the hack. Air If so. Ir.
I.tiid.'.-v Itlotnl Searcher will drive out the
mid ttri'nu hack tin- Wooin if tti'ulllt. I "i m I
Jxii. Krv.lpclti. Tetter. Suit lthcilin. Ac urc lint
urfacc Indications of lllood l'iKi-n..' : and Dr. Mini
wv'ii liliMtil Scut rli wr. hy purlfylni: the ylciii milt-
11 tile "kill Bllll lleaUli'tle till' Ullllllleiioll. Sold
It iiII ilruu.'Ui'. $t (i perbottlc. II K. Seller.
Proprietor, Ii itfctiur. 1'a. Uarcltiy Urns.. Agents
gELLERS CUlGII SYRUP.
Over l.ftM.nm hotllrssnld. It lt till! Ilio-t pleasant
nnd mMiliir remedy fur I'uiiL'Im. Cold-, croup.
Itiiar-ue mill nil lliroat unit luni: disease. H.i
Km in ne for half a century. Doctor ri-ciimincini
liinl prescrlltc it. ). K. Yuuman. Long I'. II.. 1)1..
tv: "li avcil my two children frwni tin' uraM'.
A 1. Si in inouH. nl Hall I more, Md..aln say: "It
vl!i ruiv tin' wori-t ruiiKli Immi'diiiti'ly." A-k yntir
rna'dnt or iri'iiiTal Htorrkfi-jHT for It titid t.kf no
-tlit r. I'rtix-H. .Hi., nnd Jl.tm n-r lioitli-. I'nd
d r rlriillnr. Ji. K. hi-llem it In.. I'rolirii'luiM.
1 ittKur. 1'u, liarilay liroi.. Artili.. Cuiru.
l'RuKKSSlOWI, CAKDS-rilYSK lASS.
II. MAREAX, M. 1).,
llonicoimtliic riiysician and Stui-coii.
ORli'i I.W f'nmnn'ri'liil vt-im. Itt'Nlilrnce coriii r
Koitrt ftilU tt. and Viililut;toti avi-iiui, I'ulrii.
y u. smith,, m. i).
Olllcp nnd Itt'cMeiir-e:
Mi. 41 Til JliTKENTlI STliEET. CA !!!(). 11.1..
U. E. W. W1UTLOCK,
rncK No. HW Commwlal Avinin-. lu-tvrucii
Kiirti. h nml Mnth Strri-u
U. AV. f. JOCELYX,
I'FFIC'iS Klulilh Street, tii'nr t'oninii-riial Avenni'
til'I'K'K ClUlo I.i-vd'. hi t. Fourth and Siviti n.
J lNEGAlt'tfc LANSDEX,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avimiuc.
THE DAILY IUJLLETTX
tiFFK'l AI. I'Al'KItUf AI.EXASDEH I'OL NTV.
OuIyMoriiin? Daily in Soutlipvn Illiimk
AXXOl .Xi EMEX'K
Wc arp autlinrlzi'd to iiiinoiinci' I In- tiamo ol'Al
rkfcn I'nuiMiH a a ramllilalu lor City 'I rcu'iiri r nl
the i'iiuii,T cilj tlfctluii.
' an- Mliorlzi'd to annoiini i! tin- nanm of W.i
ilhIj. liliiMiit. an 11 candidate for the nltli i; of I ity
1 nan. n r. lit tin' cnhiiini; charter elei lion.
Norn K Ti whom it jj.sv iom kiin. The Cairo
IJulli-tln Co., will pay no hill" conlnn'ted hy any of
it riniiliiyi'n, or any one connected wllliTiit: lit L
lktix, nnl"- the ninie In inaile on a w ritten order
tinned liy myi'i'ir. mid the oilier m it-1 he ultai hi d lo
the Id'.l whi n iireM'iiied.
E A. llntvirr.
SlllNAI . (Ipri'T. I
CAIttf). III.. .Ian. H. ist'l. i
Time. liar. Tuer. limit Wind. ei. Weiiilor.
:4ii in :xi:e at wi N.W. 5 chmilv
'1:11 ' 3'i3 'l Hi N.W. 11 I'luiidv
S p. in. :t0.1v! W Hi N. 7 l.t. sIkjw
..:m." :'.U yt iH S. l Cloudy
.Maximum Ti'iiipenitiire. 41'; jllniinmii Teui
liiTaiure. ; : ; total precipitation, n Ki Inch.
W. II. KAY.
Ki-iu't Signal i.'ori, U. S. A.
Mr. Eilson, of Villa Rid,''', was in tin
I'ity ywitrnliiy, willi u very cupac-ioiis slciufli
if his own umke, which he utilizes for
'itlier service or plcasuri.
A iiuiiio; other artich'H of freight in the
yai'il oftho Mississijipi Central road, me
tirty or sixty car lomls of tneiils -ulnut a
Mi'. mil) iat lmul of hoi,'.
AinniiLr other i luiiiiH against the city
fur it'iiiierty ilcHtroveil durinij; tin; I'liiileiiiie
is oii'j in favor of the minor heirs of Jerry
Murjihy, for flU, lile.l , M. .1. Ilowley,
Jinlo (Ireen ri turni'il home on the he
lnteil train yesterday inornini;, from inifeg
hionul t'nj,'ao;ements in thn adjoining tir
cuits, totve the neeessary utteiition to his
liiisincss in the Alexander circuit court.
Mr. I'. A. Conant'a uliscncc from his
iiit ot duly nnion the railroad freights
liroiiht to Cairo, must lie charged to a
r.ither severe sjiell of nickness. It is fi ared
that his uilni .'iit will resolve iUcll' into a
camt of ineiiinonia.
Tin; iee tlontin;' in the Ohio yesterday
was very td in, Im iumt ()f the previous night's
f inuation. It whs scarcely heavy enough
to check the headway oftho tujrs, that cut
through it with scarcely any i."iceitilik'
Thi! transfer steamer McComli is inak
iii' rejiular trips to the Fillmore incline.
Tim ice Imnked up against the end of the
Kuht Cairn int line, is an obstacle that will
prnlialily le li ft for the warm weather or
higher water to ileal with,
A solitary drunk a luid and vicious
i liaro'ter, comprised thi mm total of Police
Maistruto llird'n huHi'iicss during the past
two days. He wu lined, hut irom!hiii to
1 'live tli city Iiniuediately, cxecttion was
kt.iycsl for one hour, that lie might inaku
pKxl hi promise.
, Mr. J. E. Parks ranviiBscd the city on
Monday, for subscriptions to a fund to pay
fur tlio ft'Uiovul of tho yellow fever dead,
ilcvniing most nf tli liny to I"' work.
! Subjecting tiinisclt thereby lo tmuiml e.v
t tut-in', lie is now eonlincd to his bed ly
sickness. He will jcobabU b" abroad m a
day or two again.
Hon. II. II. spencer. Representative
I'mm Pulaski county, and lion. A. .1. Kuy
kendall, of .loluiMin county, Senator from
the ilt district, aiv slopping inSpi'iiioficlil,
at the Chenery IIoum'. Hon. T. W. Ilalli
day. of this coiuity. ia as we remarked yes
terday, a nest of the I.elainl IIoiie.
-The marriairc of Louis Moll and Mi
Katie I'air, of Mound City, is now a legiti
mate newspaper item. Miss K'Uii! is the
daughter of Cajit. P. A. Pair, and W said to
he one of the handsomest and most ac
complished youne ladies in Pulaski county.
Moll is a well-to-do Mound City merchant.
Lec ( ! rant is not naturally a vicious
negro; lint he manages it, somehow or other,
to tfet into a j,'ool many n.ly scrap.s. Xow
that the jury has siecpi'itled him of the
charge nf m assault with an intent to kill,
recently made upon the 'n l Prescilla, let
him put forth a little extra effort to behave
We regret to hear of the death of little
Maud Lancaster, one of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Lancaster's interesting twin
daughters. She died of a disease supposed
tii bp diphtheria, sometime. Monday after
noon. The other twin and a little daughter
about two years older are also sick, probab
ly of the same illness. The nfllicted parents
have the heartiest sympathies of our people.
We seethe name of ''J. .1. liin I. colored.
Cairo," named in the list of persons whose
names will probably go before the Repub
lican caucus in connection with the posi
tion of doorkeeper to the House of the
present (ienoral Assembly. Xo other col
ored person is named lor any of the many
places subject to the caucus' disposal,
and Hint's chances for getting the nomina
tion and being killed by a shaft of light
ning from a clear sky, are about equal.
Ci lemoiiie.sover the remains of Captain
Coulter were held in the Presbyterian
church yesterday afternoon, and at 3 o'clock
the procession moved tor the special train,
standing at the foot of Eighth stic t. The
remains were follow ed by the family in car
riages, the Delta City lire cainpany, (of
which deceased was a member), ami a niim
b.T of ladies and gentlemen, all on foot.
The bell of tin- Rough and Ready engine
house was tolled while the procession was
Intimations have leaked out. probably
through witnesses that have been called be
fore the (irand Jury, that certain "true
bills" will be found, before the Oraiul Jury
adjourns, against divers and sundry highly
respectable young gentlemen, for the crime
of gambling I'laying curds for money. We
have not learned the names of all the pur
ties, and s,oultl not make them public if
all of thein were in our possession, as we
feel satisfied the crime complained of was
incidental and not habitual.
The character of the men who commit
tin- misdemeanors against which our ordi
nances denounce penalties, is well illus
trated by Jiidge J'ird's report for the four
months eudiii'.' December 1st, 178. The
ass. sseii iiiiruiL' tliat tune looteti un
, , ..... ....
$1.(107, and of that sum only $72 was p;iid.
Fully s-'.KJo of the ii;t(i(i7 was imposed as a
puni- liment for drunkenness, the offenders
being, almost invariably, transient persons.
They provided money enough to pay for the
whisky that made them criminals, but
money for other uses they hadn't a nickel.
Leo Kleb and Mr. D. (. Saul had a
"turn-about'' affair before 'squire Comings,
yesterday, that created quite a little sensa
tion. Saul complained that Kleb had used
insulting and offensive language, but fail
ing to establish the fact Kleb was dis
charged. Whereupon he at onoc institu
ted suit against Saul for using language
calculated to provoke a breach of the peace.
The testimony was heard, and the 'squire
thinking the affair was lacking in the ele
ment of of olfence, discharged Saul, both
of which decisions the spectators seclucil
The funeral services over the body of
little Maud Lancaster, will be held tit 'the
resilience ot the parents on Twenty-eight
street, at 2 o'clock this afternoon, the Rev.
R. Y. (i 'urge, olliciating. The little girl
was an interesting child of three years of
age; and apparently the hardiest child of
the family. Every parent in the city who
has been called upon to mourn the loss of
a cln Id can, more fully than others, appre
ciate the grief of Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster,
and the gloom that has settled upon their
home, since the light of the life of little
Maud went out of it.
Saiththe Metropolis Journal: "Any
man can tell that Col. Watkiim is u Demo
crat as far as he can see him." Certainly.
D 'inoerats are always at peace with them
selves, their (.luil and their fellow men.
They walk erect in theionscioiisness of their
moral a id political roctitude; have an eye
that flinches at no man's traye. and li '(I ill II
political effulgence, as it Were, that is seen
and admired of men. That's the kind of
man Watkins is, and as a matter of course
ho can be recognized as a Democrat to the
liO.w.u. 1!...!. ,.C I ! ! .... re I .
. iiiiiii wi unman vision. Ill lie It
Democrat is to lieu light in the world,
Our renders are already uware of the
fact that the Auditornf Public Accniinlshas
again levied u railrnad-bninl interest tux
upon the property of Alexaiidcrcoimty ; but
tliw County Clerk has not, us we supposed,
extended the tax upon the tsx books. These
facts being made known to the Cily Conn
i:il, by Atderiuuu ltilteuhoust ', the Corpora-
tit it Counsel, W. 11. Gibert, Esq., litis been
instructed to take imni'iliate sti'jis to pic
vcitt, by injunction or dhenvise, the rxtcn-
sum ot the tax. As Mid. never neglects
! or unnecessarily postpmes business, the re-
' quired measures will aioiice be set on foot.
The Hibernian Fir company want a
new public cistern eoistrtu ted somewhere
on Washington aveini' between Twelfth
and Fourteenth stieets.and t'.sked the City
Council to order its construction. Tin!
Council, instead of conplying w ith the re
quest referred the mat r back t ) the com
pany, coupled willi the intimation that if
(. nsideuts of tin
raise the $'200 require, by section 2S of
chapter 0 of the ltevi.nl Ordinances, the
cily would not be backward in the pcrfjrm
ance of its part. As only "poor folks"
live in the immediate neighborhood, the
necessary $200 will scarccK be forthcoming.
At the Council meeting Tuesday night,
Aldernias Patier moved that the price nf
liquor license for the year lsi7l), be fixed at
$100, his motion embodying instructions to
the Ordinance committee to prepare the
bill for an ordinance to that effect. A lively
discussion ensued, but upon a call of the
ayes and nays, the ayes, assisted by the de
cisive vote of the Mayor, mustered four
votes and the nays three. Contemplating
the composition of the Council, however, we
see but little chance for the adoption of
such an ordinance. There seems to be a
very strong disposition in the Council to
ignore the complaints of "no business," etc.,
that come up from the saloon keepers, and
to let tin; license question severely alone.
--The saloon keepers of Cairo and sun
dry persons who arc not saloon keepers
have joined in a petition to our 'powers
that be." praying that, because of the great
loss of business occasioned by the late
epidemic, the price of saloon license b re
duced, for th'j period of six months, to K0.
Upon the motion nf Col. Wood to table the
petition, Messrs. Rittenlioitse, Wood and
Yocum voted aye, and Foley, Patier and
O'Callahaii voted nay. The Mayor voted
nay, because, as he said, the petition was
numerously signed, uml was entitled to
reference to the proper quarter. Where
upon, on ni'ition of Alderman Yocnni, it
was referred to the Corporation Counsel,
coupled with the request I hut he return it.
with his opinion, to the next meeting of the
We make note, in another place, of the
seventh burglary that has been committed
in Cairo during the past ten days. Most of
the members nf the police are old residents
and old policemen who know, at sicjit,
nearly all the thiev es an I cracksmen tint
visit Cairo; but tic chaps now in the city
balil ; them completely. Tin? police havc'iiot
been able to gam even a satisfactory scent
of the scoundrels. They have concluded,
therefore, that Hew. but not unskilled hands
are at work, vvho-e face- nnd conduct dur
ing the day tell no stories. Again we uri;e
our citizens to oil up their old blunder
busses, load thein tip with lid-lifters, mil
road spikes, egg. beaters anil broken bottles,
and w henever they can draw a bead on an
undoubted burglar, let him have the whole
cargo. Shoot w itii the view of ! i n -r inis
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-Messrs. P. I!, l'n at h tV:
"show-boat" that lies grounded at our
wharf, and desiring to employ their time as
best the may, they applied lo the City ;
, oiincii, iiicsuay evening, or a special per
mit to give, exhibitions. On motion of
Alderman O'Callahaii permission was given,
Messrs, French & Co., to pay for the same
at the rate nf $2 for each performance. It
seems to us that, in granting litis permis
sion, the Council disposed of the ordinance
regulating the issuance of show licenses, in
a very summary manner. We have not
learned whether the Mayor sanctioned tic
proceeding or proposes to veto it. Certain it
is that, an ordinance can neither be super
ceded or set aside by a mere resolution.
It would be an unstable form of govern-
ineiit where regular ordinances could be
upset or suspended by means nf a nature so
summary as those of Tuesday evening.
Judge Green returned home yesterday
morning to discover that, an hour or two
I previous to his arrival, his residence had
been burglarized. The villain or villains
had effected an entrance into the basement
and from thence gained the dining room
and the sleeping apartment of the Judge's
boys. From the dining room a quantity of
silverware of an undetermined value, was
carried uway, and from the room of the
boys, (who had just been supplied with
elaborate outfits with a view of going away
to school) clothing of the value of one hun
dred dollars or more. If anything else was
taken its loss has not yet been di tected.
As the tracks of the rascals were )t fresh
when the Judge reached home, hen ncludes
that the burglary was effected between 2
and !t o'clock in the morning. As is the
case with the half dozen other burglaries
coittiiiiiien niiring run past ten 'lavs, no-
. I II II I V ikSMStlcctml
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" " '"' " 1 '"I 1,1'UH,
living in Cairo, will be plctiseil to learn
that, although no pirty caucus mH been
held, hit oloetwin Oi tin, K.iii.iIiiivIi'.. t . ......
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on all sides, except by tiie .inbborn
friends of Gen. Ogleshy, who iiim working
more for "show" than for any other object.
The editor of the Springfield Hegkter, who
is unfriendly to Logan, reg irds th, contest
as settled. - It is believed, indeed that
Ogleshy will withdraw before the caucus
convenes, and leave the Held lot Logan to
wulk over unopposed. The Chic ago Tribune
roiit'iinii' to labor manfully fur ol.mliy,
however. It is quite manifest, though,
that the Tribune itself is without the in
spiration of hope. The occasion furnishes
it an opportunity t throw whole broadsides
of hot shot into Logan, and it is throwing
them with a great deal more indii-try than
effect. Logan succeeds Oglcsby. Of this
we have nut even the reflection of a shadow
The probability exists that work will
be resinned on the new Cache river bridge
within the next twenty days. Engineer
Thru pi reported to the Cily Council that,
unless cared for the work already performed
is liable to be swept away by the next flood,
ami the timber on tic ground much injured
by exposure. The stage of the river being
favorable to a resumption of work; and the
probability existing that, if not resumed at
once it may be ncectari!y delayed unj;
next fill, the City Council, on motion of
Alderman Wood, directed the Cily Clerk to
forward the contractois a copy of Engineer
Thrupp's report, and inform thein that un
less they resume work within the next
twenty days, the city will, at the expiration
of that tine, take tin; work in hand heis 'lf.
It is said that the iron work has b-eii lying
at Fort Wayne, Indiana, ready fur ship
ment, for several months.
The attendance on the Catholic fair nnd
supper, last night, was an improvement upon
that of the evening previous, h i! still there j
was room for more. , A better .supplied table ,
than that spread lor tic delectation nfi
the patrons was icver provided mi j
any public occasion in Cairo. Its
chief attraction consisted in the variety and
abundant'" of theedibies and in the excel
lence of the cooking. The individual v. ho
could not make a compl de meal at such a
board would be a little too fastidious to lie
among the average grade of human beings.
The attractions up stairs were increased in
number, and we are pleased to learn that
they contributed very materially to the re
ceipts of the treasurer. The ladies having
the matter in hand could not be iimre at
tentive and obliging than they were, or
more snhcitioiis forthe enjoynient of those
who favored tliem with their patronage.
Tic hall will li; opened again to-night,
when and w here a. 1 who would spend an
evening pleasantly and at tic same time
lend substantial encouragement to the ob
ject of the fair, should putin an appearance.
drn.TY. Anybody recommending a
soothing remedy for children containing
opium in any form is gui.ty of lining harm.
Dr. Hull's I la by Syrup is warranted tint to
contain opi.it' s and should therefore be
Fi;i;i: hv-tkii i.cxcii cvciy night at half
p;.st ci.eht icloch. is spri;ad by Harry
Ki i.e out the c ild and wet by using rub
ber weather strips on your d. airs and win
dows, 1'ilnke w ill do the work for you.
I'i.ani; Rooks nf every description cm
be purchased much cheaper than ebewhi-re,
from Ambrose Pya't. Stationery ami
of ice fixtures equally low.
BiiAM i: Oi Tin-, "f Williams' Steam I;.
Works, of Eviin-ville, nf Mrs. .lane-.' No.
!7 Eighth street, 'alio. Ills.
;:.K 'vster li;ccl
il l,, IWIV III. lit.
My MoT'i'i "(Juick sales and small i
profits." So save your money by calling at j
tic lumber viird of J. S. Mctiahev. liuild-i
ing material nf all kinds, including side,
walk and curbing lumber, cedar posts, etc
Also, five two-hoise Moline wagons for sale
A i,i. the tinest brands of cigars and to
bacco, fine cut and ping, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc., a large
and varied stock, for sale at wholesale and
retail, at F. Koistnyer.s, Sixth street near
iMrolt'l AST to those w ishing In save mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots and
shoes. We have nn hand and are still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men's
boots and shoes, all styles and sizes, of the
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hand-made
' -"",is wlli'1' w,! H'" l"wer than ever be.
fore, and lower than like goods can be ol
tained anywhere in the city. We also
have a good lint! of ladies shoes nf the best
manufacture, from a fine kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, sold
I vt'rJ' (''osc''
No. 110 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street.
Jok Ronekkii, having taken the rooms
at the corner of Fourteenth ami Washing
ton avenue, lately occupied by Pettis &
Bird, has opened a saloon which will he
found first-class in every appointment, To
his old friends and the public generally,
he extends u cordial invitation to call. His
bar is supplied with only the choicest of
wines, liquors and cordials, and his rooms
are attractive ami pleasant.
Don't complete your holiday purchases
until you visit the establishment of Am
brose, Pyult. Ho has a great many
articles, useful and ornamental, that you
w ilt buy on sight, when you learn the aston
ishingly low figures,
Com.! Coai,. F. J. Ward has on hand
the best quality of coal for sale at the mar
ket price. Very low. Hu wilt soon have
a large ntoek of wood of all kinds, lie is
well known to every body ami wc trust
he will ivicivi) his full share nf pn-tionnge,
COH.COMMKUCIA I. AV. AN I ) KI( I ITHKNTJ I
GEO. E. (HLVIIA. Pwin-ietor.
1 euppllcd nilli n full vtock. of Frcli Drie.'H. Medicine nnd Cln - in it nl-. f uniloiiliteil pmlly.
Aim Toilet Suupn, IVifumeiv, llnishcis etc.. aial u Full Line of nil the popumr I'titenl I'lin.llv .V. 'li
cine of the ihiy.
i F-spi't'liil Cure nml Attention irlvon to the i'iitiiiuiniilliiu' nf ili.si fans' iireseiipliniis.
Fiti.i: oyster lunch at half-past eight
o'clock, cveiy night, at Harry Walker's
Tiik Piullclin bit'ddinj; dining room will
lei open on Monday, January PI, for aceoiu-
laudation of day boarders. Application for
board can be made at Thk lit i.i kti.n of- j
rice. Terms, $:l..0 per week. J. Hixson.
Dii:ii. On Tuesday night, Maud Lan
caster, daughter of Charles and Sarah Lan
caster, aged two wars and nine months
The funeral will take place to-day. Services
will be held at the residence nf tin, parents
on I wenty-eiglit street, between ( ommer
cial avenue and Poplar, conducted by Rev.
15. Y. Oi'orge, at 2 o'clock, and tic train
will lea-'e the fool of Twenty-eighth street
at II o'clock.
A UiDfOTIIF.t ITIZF.XS OF CAIRO.
In undertaking to raise and r.-bury the
remaining yellow fever dead, buried outside
the Mississippi levee, we were encouraged
by some of the best men of Cairo, who also
subscribed liberal')' towards that object.
Wc have canva-sed t!c city and have done
reasonably well, but -till we w ant -VlH more
to do the work, as there is '.'H to be cx
p ti b-d for new box s and $12 for digging
g.aves, , fpi which the sextons of tiie differ
ent ('"ine'.irii s hive a fixed price). We
shail wait mi the citizens to-day to make
up the defi ieni , so as to b" able to go to
work to-night, as the weather continues
f.Vorable. Respect fully,
Wt. CiKllUK KK.
.1. E. Puiki;.
Amiihiisi; Pvatt has not been unmind
ful of tho approach of tin holidays, and
in oi'i t t' supply some of the deikands
nf tic is e.ision, he has laid in a very at
tractive stock of photographic albums, auto-
graphic albums, ( -ml Kissed picture, picture
bunks, and numerous other articles that w ill j
form a pMt nf the supply that v. ill be pro j
vided for nearly cu-ry lnuise in the city. I
Can't Pkkai it 'omid. No man can do a !
good job of w ork, preach a good sermon, !
try a law suit well, doctor a patient, or
write a good artii le when he feels misera
ble and dull with sluggish brain and un
steady nerves, and none should make the
attempt in such a condition when it can be
so easily and cheaply removed by a little
Hop Hitters. Sc.- "Truths" and "Proverb-"
Fi.or.niA. A throng of sufferers, with
coughs and colds, annually go south to en
joy (he ethereal mildness of tin' land of
lowers. To tli' in we would ay the ncct .
sity of that expensive trip is obviated h
Compound Hoin y of Tar, v. hit li speedily
vanquishes the coughs and colds incident lo
this rigorous clime. For public speakers it
surpasses the Deinostln ric regimen of "peb
bles and sea shore;'' clearing the throat un- j
til the voice rings with the silvery cadence
of a bell. I'm; Compound Honey of Tar. j
Price -V) cuts a bottle. Rauci.vy Rims., j
Wm:x Used for Rheumatism. Sore Throat.
Lame Rack, Neuralgia, Sprains, Rruises,
Cuts, Contracted Musch , Stiff Joints, Coi ns
and Rums, on human beings; and Spavin.
Ringbone, Galls. Cuts. Scratches, etc., on
animals, Cousscns' Lightning Liniment is
unequalled, and its effect simply electrical.
As its name suggests, it is quick to relieve,
and thousands bear witness to its astound
ing virtues. Raiki.av Runs., Agents,
STOCKII H.DEIt'S MKKTINC.
N OTICE. -A meellliL' of the tei kholders id the
( llv N'utlimal Hunk, for llie ek'i'lliili of a lioiird
or IMrect'ir". will he held III the ntllce ol the Innk.
on TiieHduv. the 11th day of .liiiiuary next, al HI
o'clock A. M. W. II VSl.OI', Ca-hler.
TUTK'K OK FINAL SETTLEMENT.
KhTTK OP .IK-SB III ..ISlillW. IlKl KAsl.n.
Stute of IUiiioIk. Alexander rountv. n.
Notice Is hereby (riven that on Monday, the '.nth
iluyof January. A. II. is?l. the Hiiilcrnlnned, iiduiin
Iflrator ofnalil CKtate, will prevent to Hie i-uiinly
court of aalil Alexander county, at the court liuii-eiii
Cairn. Illlnoli'. at a term therecf iheti to he hidden,
his il mil report of hU acu ami il il nir as said iidtniii
Ictrntor. and auk the court to lie dlw hartfed from any
uml nil further ilutlc and rcHiniilhilltlcH niuncct
t'd with mildcHtatc, mid the administration thereof,
nl w hich time and place, such per-unn un are Inter
ruled limy be present and renlnt nucii application if
llicy choose ho to do.
KI.l.VS M. (it.AHfiOVV. Administrator.
Cairo, llllnole. llecemho- "1st, ts?H.
Ik lirrchy nlven that default hnvllil tiei'tl itiade for
more Unit sixty days In the payment of a portion of
Die amount secured lo lie paid by ll inert L':le exe
cuted hy Mux Kiichuc uml Michael Jnnunieler, tn
Siinmul Hlaitln Taylor and Edw in I'arsnnii, Trustees
of Hie Cairo Cily l'roierty. dated Attiinsl tllh, A. II.
IS',':), and recorded In the I'tecnrderVOIllci'. In and for
Alexander enmity. In the Siule of llllnnk In Hook
(I ol' llci'ds, on pane III. The iiiidersl.;ned. Ill" "ilc
eexMor of Hiild liiiHli-fM. will on Siilurday. the 4th day
ol' .liiiinary, A. I)., Ism, ut 10 o'clock In the fore
noon of Hint day, under and hv virtut) ufiho power
of ulu I'lnitiilucd In nald niiirti-'ntrc. "'I! nt puhlii!
auction, to the hkhest hhldcr, for cimh, nt hla otllcc,
corner of W'Hnhhii;lon Aveiiuu and Elehti'i'iilh
street, la Mid Cily of Cairo, In Alexander cminiy
and .state of IIIIiioIh, all (he, rlnht. title and Interest
ol' mid Max Ktiehiie nml Michael ilntii'tiieler, or
their iiHlinin. In ami to ,t iniiiihcred li. (iilue In
lilock litnnheri'd el. (neveiity thrmO. In "aid City of
Cuiro, ac.i'ordlnit to Hit! recorded dat Hn-ieof. with
the ri ppui ta'tintii I'M. tonllsfy tin) purposes and coit
dlllnim of raid MortL'tiitc
Dated, Culra, III., November 911 h. 1M.
S. HTAATH TAH OH.
Trustee nf the Cairo -Ity Property.
NEW A!H EBTIs'KMKM'.
C. I I A NNY,
Wh,.!ialci.nil Id tail
Drv (.nods and riotliinii'.
HOOTS AND slloMS.
I , . Y,. .... .,. (.TM..
j ( ' 1 'S ) )'
( J IvOCM'M.l KS.
ComuiiTeia! Avenue, i
( other Killlll lree I
CAltl'EN I Elt AM) i ON fit VI i;:.
JOHN A. POOH.
Carpenter and Cmntr Acim:
Mlul' ON TENTH s l:i:i-.T.
ile tweeti Washington and Walnut
Estimates on buildings, on losses l, fir.
or otherwise iniidc on short notice.
l.l. w.irk Ihlrtisteil to hi.n will rei eive prea:,
attention, and will he i.-veeutnl In n -at ti.,- toi
The Cairo Ilox ami Hakct Co.
- A S IS-
Flooring, SicHnj,:. Latli. Kw
A; the mtt lowi-n rat' .
Havin-r a Heavy Stock of Logs ,,n lla-.ul,
W e are nt-pari'd to
SAW OPT SPECIAL ORDER.
(In tLr iMrt-iiis mni-.
SI'K( IAI.TY made f s TP. .'. l b T t.t'M !'.:: i;.
1 VVealmimaiitifa. ture FKl'IT HoX M ATKKI A I. si
I nu ker, Caudv I'ackila! IloVet SUi-. Heuuit.i.
WHOLESALE WINES AMI 1.1(1 o
I". M. Mill klfetli. Freilii'dll I'.!".'.
StOCKI'J.KTH k II()S.
Sue essors to I". M. Stu' kd'tli.
I:iiIirlii'H and W linlsoli' ilr.'iU'i s ,ti
Foreign uml Puniest ic
LIQUORS AND W1XKS,
lihlne. Keily Island, CaMwha. I'alifurnia anil ii.
pnru'd I'ort. Shem, -Mcdara Wines and i
Xo. (52 Ohio Levee. Cairo. 1!!.
j SMYTH CO.,
Wholera!'; and lit tail Hcalera In
Forei;naiiil Domestic liiquois
Wines ot till Kinds,
NO. flu OHIO LEVEE.
M twits. SMYTH k CO. havecoiisHiilly a b-.'e
stock of the best irni'd" In the market and une
es ltd attetillou lo Un; wholesale lirauch ol i!:o
$500 REWARD !
ForaCuseof Hie following Hse.isC, whhh tin- d-f
lerciit iiiiiiiiii i's ol
Dr. Forbes' HEALTH PADS
Will not curt with ltetniifkalile Sacce-s.
, V Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia. I .
1 : ) Price, .
( Kidney, Spine and Rladder nf.
Xo. 2 ! fections, und Nervous ProsMa
( lion. Price,
Fcmalo Diseases and Womb Af
'No' ,( : ( fections. Price p.
, , j Intlaiiiatioi' oftho Lungs, Ri't.n
o. j (,,j,jH ,! Asthma, Price, fi.
Tim alnive reward tinea not apply to Cam nlrcnil
In thii aitrcleal or fatal rtii.'c. Un receipt of prlc.o
will Heiid l'ud hv tiiiill. Hew lire of IniltallotiN, tuku
uoiie bill tbo Fiirbca. "eudnr nr ,!iJ,)nFM i
172 Klin 81.. Cincinnati. Ohio, nnd learn pni'tlnilum
luiperiaut to Invalid.
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