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THK 1U1EY CAIRO ' 1UJLLET1N: THURSDAV MORJNIMr, JANUARY 10, 1870.
2KLI.FI.S t'OUi H SYRl'P.
Ovr I.IMU-O hollies old. It Is the must pit klil
nil Nipular nmi'ilv for foil Cold.. Croi'P.
ihrarslic mid nil ih'ront mil lung dlscaaea. Jlaa
Uru III uf for bull i eelilnrv. Ilis-lors recoiinm-nd
Ml mvscrlhe It. J. E. Ynumau, Lontf IV O., II!..
"It aed my io children frm ,he K"-v-A
' L. Simmon, of litlliiuoru. Mil., also .: "It
olll cure tlii" ori oouah liMni-dUn-ly." Asa. your
tiruKi,-it or s-n ral slurckucptr for ll nod Uko uo
fh.-r. Prices, -rk . ., andflm per bottle. Send
Ktr rirciilar. H. E. l-rllors. A Co., I'mpra-tora,
ttttktiuiu, l'. llarcUv Jlron . Atfeule. Cairn.
KrivrWvoirhKM.r.K,S LIVKK 1'II.l.S have
Imvb llie aundaiil remedy lor Liver Complaint,
i Ctlveiies, siik Headache, 1'itln in Shoulder or
hwk. llir..lui'fK, Cimti'd Toiimo. Kcvi r and A!iie,
imI all ill-i'ii arising Imiu a iliinind suite ot the.
I.Her or Stomach. Thomaa Adams, uf IM(t Sandy.
v.,ays: Seller- I'llla have saved hundred of
tdiara In ductnm' bills iu lliia couulrv." K. E.
mJlera A l'o., 1'iopriitlom. l'ltuUurt!, IV Barclay
Mnw.. Ascitis, Cairo.
fpiK GRKAT BLOOD TONIC
Kot the euro af all disease rtalns from impure
btotKi, a liI for Invigorating and strtnatheuiux the
itulor'aua. Arcvou weak, nervous, debilitated,
tUkW aud I'mai-latt'i) r Have you Inst jrimr appetllt r
Ue von nauea. pain lu the hack. Ac: Iff". IT.
Emdaev'a HbMid Scar her will drive out lie disease,
ajiii tri'n back llm Hloom of Health, l'iniples.
holia, Erylpcla. Teller. Hull Hbrum. Ac. art' but
surface inlicallona of Wood Din-any; and Dr. I.lnd
ary'a Hlntnl Searcher, by purifying the system mil
ftp the akin and hetulldrw the eouipleiion. Sind
Isy all dniir;'i0. tl.Ulpcrbottlt-. It. E. Sellers,
proprietor, I'ittW, r. Harcltiy Ilroo.. Airnts
i rltOr'KsSlONU l ARDS-l-HYSIClANS.
yyr II. MARFAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic Physician Mill Singeoii.
re Commercial avenue. Kvsidcsce corner
nu 1 1 en in St. and Washington tveuue, Cairo.
Ur J. SMITH, M. I).
Onw and Re.!unrt :
NU. ai TIIIKTEESTH STREET. CA1KO. ILL.
U. K. W. WlllTLOCK,
frnn: -No. 1M CninnnxdU Au-lli', tirn
hiftiUi and Mnlh Htrri
iWIPlJ Eighth Strnet, near Coiniucn.ial Ati-doc.
4J i YHEEI.EU,
iVflCK -Ohio I.cvff.Nt. Knunh and Mtl) !.
J IN EU Aft i I.ANSDEN,
liFKIt'K Nn. 113 Commercial Avenue.
TIIE DAILY BUIiLETIX
crKICUI. I'AI'EltOK ALEXANDER CHl'STV.
Only Morninir Daily la Suuthoru lllinobi.
an: autliorlr.i'd to announoo tho name of Al
nuuii'oiKiia aa a candidate for City Tr'uun r al
tbr inuin city clccliou.
We an- attiorUcd to annoniicc the iiami1 of W.My
it I.. Hiiintoi. an a candldutit for the nfllrc of t. iiy
1 iruur r, at the e dhuidi! cliarK-r i lt'Ctiun.
Nirriit:. to whom it mav iximkkn. ThvCuiro
Itnlliliii Co., will pay no bill rontractpd by aijy uf
iu raiploYf. or any oni- conunt'-d with Tne Hi t.
Vftiv i4iilL-r.it the tnnie I miwb-mi a wrltti-L ordi-r
aiHl by nivHcIf, and the orrk-r uiuet U- ottu hi d to
tin-hill Mkcu lircm iilci!.
K A. KriiM-iT,
Sicnai Orm.r.. i
Canio, 111., Jan. l. l7H. f
Max'mnm TmtipiTatur". 4i9; Minimum Tern-
raiuit', A : Kalulult, (I Ut Inch. 4
W. II. UAV.
Scri;'t Signal Corps, V. S. A
The Mjjnul mtvii.-b rt;jH)i1s lieavy m-jhw
r ruin all tivt-r thu country ycstcrJuy.
Dr. Murr-an was chIIoiI to Villa K'hIk'S
yi'httiilay, liy tt'li'jrraph, on prilVsinn:il
-I)an Ilartiiutii is jjriv'mg the Atlicncuin
u Uionnili nviThaulin, n-papcriair, iaint
hi, ct'. Jell Clark isiloiiu; tlie work.
-TIip Et kurt was making luwlf useful
:U Kat ('airo ycstunlay. hlio was cnai'il
in the work of ruiini ttn- lumliiuj liarLji
ri-cwitiy hunk hy th w.
-Icol. W. K. Itrown anil Hon. .J. It.
Thounn, IkhIi of whom participat'-il in the
Sir Kiii-rlits' reunion, n'turncJ liuiuc to
Mcfrojiolix, yesterday evening.
-i-Tli'-re was another day of iiniiiU rrui(i;il
ill'ii in the I'o'.ici! MatfiHtritte'.'t fourl
yfht'jnlay. Only one arrest was eftVcti'tl
luring tin: day or the ti'io;ht liri'Vious.
Mr. Jar.oli Martin took mssi.sioii of
his ww rehidenuu on Cross streel, yesk-rday.
It is tine of the lwhtarrnned and one of the
niosr tlesirahle lioines in tin: city,
-4-There urc quite a nutnlifr nf eas of
lunumoiiia in thu city, the wcutln-r heing
h'gnlv iruvoeulive of inucli i knoss. The
lacuse n heard nf was thai of Mrs.
lorn, on Walnut btrcel.
W-The city election, next sjirin is cxeit
Jnyattfiitlon; hut the iitospects uroth.it it
till prove rather a tame contest. The
jtrlticipiiljitrtik' will he for the oll'tce of
i -Tho city rmmcil jimcecdinpH and the
cottnty comiiiissionerH arouUi imhlishetl in
thi niier, it ImiiiK the ofhVh.l niieruf
both fiuiity nml cily. Arus.
-Hurjlmn ot Into the Thirteenth ntreet
clJl liimito and carried ofT, four ginal
diaikis and A UluuMo unabnded diction
writhe jirtijwrly of MlwTliowpHon, and
4Ur troerty. They forced the lock of
thjhill dwr to gaiu ail cutranco, aud ue l
hk.; ton kcb. Tiny lift liiitono clock in
t!i" hiiilding, thM in the grammar room.
-Mirs. Path rAi Co., Mr. J. II. Met
call and other nirrchants anil grocers of
the city have n -minder of the coM wiap in
th Kpe of IniLre piles of froeu jtotatoes.
Mers. Patier !fe C-o's. loss is stated ut $:MM5.
-The"iuml Party" will come otf at
the Moms of Mr. Hylop, as udverli.-ed. to
nii,'ht. The H.'cosiou is of novel character,
nml will bo productive of any amount of
amufiucnt. Go, and Uke your pound of
Tiiere wuseiuitc a rumpus on Eighth
street yettenlay. Hesch's baker became
uyly, and Ix-inj; a powerful man, handled
hi employer rather roughly. Chief of po
lice Arter interfered, r.nd after much
trouble, landed liim in the calaboose.
Dr. Marcan's little son is suffering from
a severe attack of membranous croup.
Tuesday night he was very low, and his re
covery seemed doubtful, but was much
better laet night, and but little doubt U
entertained, now, of Lis speedy recovery.
Mr. Jus. T. Fouk, of Greenville, Ills.,
was in the city yesterday. He is still
searching for the l.Kxly of his son. w ho is
supposed to have been drowned a short dis
tance below CYpe Girardeau on his
way to Memphis, about the f.rst of Decem
Mr. Lancaster's fourth aud youngest
child was tuken very ill of diptheria, a day
or two since, bnt had paed the criis yes
terday morning and will get well. The
Key. Mr. l)eurchner says that Mrs. L's.
children are very strongly predisposed to
Dr. Reynolds will arrive thi afternoon
and address the people of Cairo on the
subject of temperance, in the lleform Club
hali to-night. As this paragraph, and the
hand-bills circulated will give ample entice
of the meeting, we shall expect to H-e the
"We heard an intimation, yesterday,
that a variety troupe is to take permanent
quarters in the building on Commercial
avc-uue. lately vacated bv Nick Monce. A
respectable institution of that character,
with low prices of admission, would Ik
s-lf-ustaining. at least.
There are between Cair and Anna,
not less than two hundred cars of miscella
neous freight, standing on the sidetrack.",
that will now come forward as fit as vard
room here can be provided for it. The
railroad boys are anticipating a rush, ami
making preparations for it.
H'iberts was fchroad again, yesterday,
obtaining cash donations to his Reform
Club speakers' fund and was succeeding
quite encouragingly. He nad obtained
libera! help from such gentlemen asMessrs.
Oaligher, Kipp, Taylor, Smith, .Sullivan,
and others. In fact everybody who felt
himself able, contributed something.
I-ander Axley ujvmi whose devoted
head an aggregation of atHn-tions have fal
len, during the pun ten years, heavy
enough to crush a half-dozen men of or
dinary endurance, is now suffering from an
attack of pneumonia. He is said to be
seriously ill. If this be true, his recupera
tive energies are !o nearly exhausted to
admit of recover-.
The Circuit Court has established itself
in the Arab Engine house. The building
was not built specially for such use, but the
idea of forcing down-town attorneys and
litigants to walk a half mile through the
slush is monstrous and must not be harbor
ed for an instant. Neither must they be
subjected to the expense of twenty or thirty
cents a day hack fare. Hardships of that
kind must bo imposed on the up-town
"mud-sills" and country "clod-hoppers"
w ho arc used to mud and hardships. If
the up-town people and the country people
don't like it, "what arc? they going to do
W. P. Johnson,general passenger agent
of the Illinois Central has issued notice to
this effect : That from date baggage masters
will allow on each full ticket (this includes
l.'KiO-iuiles ticket) 1.10 ponds of baggage
five. On each half-ticket, 75 xunds of
baggage fn-e. For all exceess of these
weights charge must be made and collect
ed cither in coupons from baggage mileage
bonks or in cash us per extra bugage tariff.
Agents selling excess baggage mileage
ticket books arc hrreby directed and au
thorized to change in ink on the first leaf
and on the stub, under "conditions," 200
pounds to 150 pounds. This is important
and must b') done at once. Excess baggage
mileage ticket books or special permits is
sued in 1s;7y, (theatrical or other) allowing
SOO pounds excess, must be respected and
20(1 pounds allowed until such baggage book
are used up or the limit on permits expire-.
From and after the first day of tho present
month the issuaneo of baggage permits
v. mentioned the fact yesterday that
Mr. Lancaster's little girl, whoso case had
lieen pronounced quite hopeless, was re
covering from herattaek of diptheria, under
tho treatment of the Rev. Mr. Duerschner.
We were waited upon, yesterday, by tho
reverend gentleman, who assured us that ho
madii no pretentions to skill as a physician ;
but that for many years, ho hud nrnde
diptheria a upceiul study. Ho ut one time
lived in a city where the disease frequently
took the form of an epidemic, and ho was
moved by tho suffering and death ho wits
compelled to witness among tho children,
to search for a remedy. The search lie
came a passion with him and at tho end
of two or Uirco yeurs his study Hud
researches were crowned with success. He
says the statement may strike the public as
incredulous, bnt nevertheless it is true, that
he has treated as many as three hundred
cases, nml never lost a single case He can
reter to numerous cures In Cairo, aud is ab
solutely certain that he has a sure and in
fallible remedy. Not being a physician, he
makes no charges for his services.
and docs not, therefore, invite patronage: j
but knowing himself in the possession of a j
"sure cure" he feels that he cannot with- j
hold it from the suffering little ones in the
lamilics of his friends and neighbors. That
everylx)dy may secure mastery over the
terrible disease, lie will, in a short time,
publish a pamphlet, giving the history of
his discovery, and exact directions so that
any parent may employ the cure, without
mistake or iluni'i r. 1
The bill for and ordinance under the '
resolution of alderman Patier, that passed
the Citv Council Tuesday niirht. increasin-' t
the Mayor's salary from 500 to a tlOOO a I
year, ought to command the approval of the i
Council when put u)on its passage. With i
all the multifarious cnriwratiou needs of a j
citv of ten thousand inhabit;ints to hsik I
utter, the Mayor certaiuly has if he
faithfully discharge his duties, but little
time left wherein to do anything else. It
would work greatly to the gixxl of tin1
public service and the advantage of the
city, if the Mayor would devote his entire
time to the duties of his ollice, and not have
his attention distracted by the necessity of
making u living by individual effort. One
thousand dollars a year is anything but a
princely compensation for the entire time of
a mau who has the capacity to acceptably
rill the executive chair of the city of Cairo: ;
but the sum would afford a tolerable sup- j
port, and the "honor" would serve as the
profits. It is probably ttue that the office
would not "go 1 egging" if the salary re-1
mains as now at 500; but the question sug
gests itself, w ill not the city be more fai h-
III v anil eilertUH v si iveil ii the sh C.irv ot i
the Mayor lar somethi.nr like a inst r,la- !
tion to the services he performs.' We cer-1
tainly think that such would U- the case. I
and the probability of such a result is so i
strong that the city would hazard but little .
in risking 500 on it.
WHY 10T YOU 1
Oil SODKY PERTINENT INql'llllE PKo
MUSHED TO THE EDITOK OK THE UI I.
I.ETIX. Fhie-sd Hakkei.i.: Since vou assumed !
editorial control of The Bi i.letix I have !
often wondered why you have not suggest
ed remedies for the sundry municipal
wrongs that afflict the community. nrnl
wavsfora satisfactory settlement of mut
ters in controversy lx-l'ore the City Council
and elsewhere. . j
Why don't you demand of our "City j
Dads" that, if they appoint a Health officer
at all, they select a man who will attend t
the duties of the position, and not a physi
cian, who, if he have any practice, b mor
ally certain not to give to the sen ice tin-
tune and attention it requires?
Why don't you demand that ihe city !
Council impose upon the Health Officer, in i
addition to his other duties, the measure- '
incut of wood, inspeotion of flues amlehiin- :
iii-!, of weights and measures, and such
other ami further duties us may work to tie (
advantages of the city ! Not one citizen in
ten who pays for a cord of wood, receives j
his 128 cubic feet, or much over 100, fori
iii.it ,.,,ii... . ,1,.., ,.,.,.. ,.r .1,,, .1., 1
, 11111,11.1 , ..ii.i unik i jiii , ,ii i ii; ni is
, ' . ; n
ami measures in use are detective, is too
wett" known to admit of questioning.
Goods re-weighed and re-measured after
purcnase, often fall short the purchaser al
ways being the sufferer; and many of the
most destructive tires that have ever visited
our city were cuased by defective Hues and
I have t xpected you to ask the City
Council what the Marshal's duties ure, and
if he has performed them ;
And especially have I expected you to
ask why the Circuit Court was removed
from the court house, the place designated
by law for tin? holding of the court to
another building, a half mile distant from
the offices and records of the county, mid
to a building that would prove n hazard
ous repository for books and papers, should
t'liti officers of the court permit Ixioks and
papers to remain therein? I refer you to
the Revised Statutes, if you would know
wherti the court should be held, or if you
would know tho causes thut would justify a
a removal, I need not tell you, for you id
ready know it, that the removal has caused
loud complaints and ugly caiticisms, and
that whilnit accommodates a few it dis
commodes the many, and especially tho
people from the country who find tho
cheaper bourding aud lodging, us well us
their friends and acquaintances in the vi
cinity of the court house. It is a bud pre
cedent, and 1 hope that, as a precedent,
the officers ot tho court and tho people will
ignore it. Benoaloo.
Ykstehday I had such a bad cold tluit
I could not speak. 1 used Dr Hull's Cough
Syrup, and to-day I am as well as ever. It
cost mo only 25 cents.
FiiEii oyster lunch at half-past eight
o'clock, every night, at Hurry Walker's
Coal! Coal. F. M. Ward has on mm
tho best quality of coal for Bale nt the mar
ket price. Very low. Ho will soon have
a lurgo stock of wood of all kinds. , H
well known to every lmdy and we Irust
he will receive his full share of ,,v
Its ee oystku i.rM-H every night at half
past t ight o'clock, is spread by Harry
Keep out the cold and wet by using rub
her weather strips on your doors and win
dows, lilake w ill do the work for vu.
Amimosk Pvatt keeps a lull supply of
all the Text Hooks used in the Cairo public
schools. He is also supplies with Pencils,
all grades of Writing Paper, cvuything in
fact that enters into theoullit of school chil-
Fills r 'Masquerade Ball ;.f the season, will
be yiven by the Cairo Turugemeinde, on
February -t. Every Ixtdy should attend.
Tickets only 50 cents.
111! a nth Omi'K of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evanswlle, at Mrs. James' No.
47 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
Mv Munn "Jm. k sales and small
pnillti..- Si save your money by calling at
,k' luiuUrysrd of J. S. McUuhey
,,f ttU kiml
wslk R'l curbing lumber, cedar ts, etc,
-VM ''Vl' two-horv1 Moline wagor.s for salt
J, The Hulk-tin building dining ro.nn will
lie ojM-n on Monday, January 1U, for accom
modation of day lsiardeis. Application for
board can be made at Tin. lit i.i.etis of
fice. Ti-rins, :1.50 per week. J. HiN-mN.
Al l. tin finest brands f cigars aud to
bacco, lint- cut and pluir. meerschaum and
other pin s, cigar holders, etc., etc., a latire
and varied stock, for s tle at w holesale and
retail, at F. Korsinyers, Sixth street near
IJi.aNK InMiks in stsk or made to onlir
by Ambrose Pyatt. laper Boxes manufac
tured to order. Call at the Bulletin Build
ing, or address him through the postotlice.
Newspapers, School Hooks, Inks of the
Is-st brands. Albums, Ollice Fixtures.
Brackets, Pencil, Steel Pens and a variety
f J4tatini.-rj-, all at Very low figure always
on baud at Ambrose Pyatt's News anil
Stationery Stand, Bulletin Building corner.
Juk Ronekei:, having taken the rooms
!lt tlu. (,,riRT )lf K(mrte,llt!l .... M,,
ton avenue, lately m-cupird by Pettis vt
Bird, has opened a saloon which will be
found first-class in every aiin!iii-iit, To
his old friends and the public generally,
he extends a cordial invitation t) call. His
liar is upplied with miiy the choicest nf
j wines, liquors and cordials, and his rooms
are ut! rat live and plensant.
The gentlemen connected with Presbyte
rian church will give a Pound Partv at the
rooms uf Mr. II) slop, Thursday evening
next. All friends of the church are invited
to Ik- present : and those attending should
not foru'et to bring that pound of ,
sealed, to be oi without opening, to the
.1. M. Lv.NsiKV, I
S. I). Avi.ks.
J. S. Reakkk.v. j Committee.
IM-AH llAVTIIOltN, I
B. F. Bmke.
Imi'hiita.nt to those wishing to saw mon
ey in purchasing their winter bsds and
shoes. We have on luiH and ur- still it--i
living, a iii let- assortment of inen's
1 1- i.nd slin.-s, ai! . h- and sii-s. of the
bi -t st. Ionis and Cincinnati hand-made
good. which we sell lower than ever be
fore, and lower than like gisids can Is- ob-
' i i
in the city. We alo i
IkiVi- u oiNitl line o! l.t' lies, sliiM-s ol tlie liest
manufacture, from a tine kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes. s.,ld
very close. C. Koch,
No. ',)() Coininercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street.
CoNsfMilioN CiKED. An old physician,
retired from pnu-.tice, having had placed in
his hands by an East India missionary the
formula of u simple vegetable remedy, for
the speedy ami permanent cure for con
sumption, nronclntis, cuturrn, ustnmu, and
all throat and lung uH'cctions, also a positive
and radical cure for nervous debility and ull
nervous complaints, after having tested its
wonderful curative powers in thousands of
cases, has felt it his duty to make it known
to his suffering f Hows. Actuated by this
motive, and a deairo V) relieve human suf
fering, I will send, free of charge, to all
who desire it, this recipe, with full direc
tions for preparing; und using, in German,
French, or English. Sent by mail by ad
dressing with stamp, naming this paper.
W. W. Sheiur, 14 Powers' Block, Roches
ter, New York.
South America and KouTiiitnN Uniteu
Statbh. Owing to tho warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid livers, indigestion, and all dis
eases arising from disordered stomach and
bowels. They should, of course, at all
times keep the liver active, und to our read
ers we would recommend Tabler's Vege
tublo Liver Powder; taken in timo, it will
often save money und much suffering,
price 50 cents. Barclay Brothers, agents,
The Hii'ckeyk. It is a well established
fact, that Tabler's Buckeye Pile Oiutmeiit
will euro, if used according to directions,
sculus llippocnstamim, or Ilorsu dies
nuts, commonly known as the Buckeye, bus
been highly esteemed for many years,
owing to the fact, that It possesses virtues,
lying in tho bitter principle called Esculln,
which can be utilized for the cure of Piles,
If affected with that tcrnblo disease, uso
Buckeyo Pile Ointment und bo relieved.
Uarcliiy Brothers, agents, Cairo, Ills.
6 R E A T B
Notwithstanding oar very large sales during this smihoii.
our Stock of Winter (joods on hand, is vi't verv large and win
plete. So. in order to dose out the same, or make room tr
our Spring jmrehaMs, we Iiae made a genera! reduction iu
the prices of Winter Stock in all the departments of our es
tablishment, and offer EXTRA01IDINA1IY IXIUVKMKNTS
We invite the careful inspection of the public.
(loldstine & Rosenwater.
1WI and M) Commercial Avenue.
31 I CRN IX I3 H
COK, COMMKKC A L A'.
iiVA). E. 01IAKA. Proprietor,
U xbppiied iiu a full :nrk of Err.t Druga. Miilit iur, and (. Uiuilia; of undonhtrd pLrin
A'.-oTuliM SMiaf.p, Pi rfunierv, Itruhr. etc .. Ld a Kui! Line af ail lv popr.iar 1'aniu Kn;!!r
iU' ol the day.
Enix-cial Care and Atteulimi ffiven lo the n.inH,unilin; of plitslt-laiis' iewTiplinin.
Viiwn by iL
Turner 1 lull,
FEBRUARY Ith, M7H.
TICKETS 50 CENTS.
'IVEltYBOUY should attn.it.
It Mill lie lh- Krrl 1
X J I
unit 1 n hall of tin- reason.
ispmmittki: or akiusiikmkntv
Hudolph Iletieacker. Jaliii Maw.!-,', 1. ('. ll, r'.ert. j
Stephen schHiiiu.. Win. Alba, John A. IWIili-r.
i:.;. a. iiuiiei. I
llii'- Ju-l ri-ci ive;l u li.r.'e ir.vol-v of t!.c (.e.ljruti.'d
3 1 OX ARCH 1J1JAND
OLD WH ISK V
Direct from the distillery. Tilts midoul leillr
tin- liest whisky distilled In Kentiiikv. und can
hu depended upon a pure sli-ullit old Konds. J or
sale, n holesale or retail.
500 HAWAII D!
For a Cast! of tlie follownn IMsi-rw, M tit li the dlf
ten ill. numbers. u
Dr. Forbes' HEALTH I'ADS
Will not earn with nennirliuMt Suconaa.
v Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, etc.
A0 1 ' j Price, n
I Kidney, Spine mid Blutlder uf
No. 2 ! lections, and Nervous Prostra
( lion. Piiee, f j,
. ...JFcmn'.e Diseases and Womb Af
M)' '"'j lections. Price ft.,
j . i Inflmnutlop nf the Lungs, Bron
1,w' ' j cliitm uml Asibmii. Price, fi.
Thu nlinve rewnnt tinea not annlv to (' slresdy
In thu siirnlenl or fainl si';,-,., i,;, receipt of prleo
will send 'ad hy mull. f imitations, lake
nonu hut the Korhw. Send forcli-cnlar lo
lilt ti W. KO'H'Kf.
ITS Kim Al., C'lnrliiiinii, tUilo. and' learn prtiuuln
luipertaul to hi'-uUdit, ' ,nu
B D UCT 1 0 K
I)Kl U STORK.
LTG SrJ'() RK,
AN'DKKIII T K KN T J ,ST
OTK E OK HX.U. SETTLEMENT
' i.-iiti or JT'r. i i.as.iow. nnn-i.il
I Stan-r.f llliunl.. A!eamt.-r iiuiiilv.
J Notit i- in hi P-liy tven that on .Moiidav. th
I day of January. .A. I), lsTli. ibi- nnili-r!','ii-d, m-rii;
i-lratur ofaid i Hale. ill pp-si el In ta- lumn
, luurl of .aid Alexander county, at the court huo.c iu
l Cairo. Illiuni". al a n-rm lln-.-.-.-f tlu n In h.- hoiii'-i.,
1 hl Until n purl nf hl ai t- ami dnln- . (.un'n
j iBlrainr. ami a-k Iheconrl luhi-iil-i h-ir.nt from n
and all furlln-r tlutlea and p'apoii.ililliii,-. cenn .i
; t-d v.lih snidi--lute, and Ihe ailiiiini'intiou iIi.t. ic
til which time ami place, such perron- a- an- intc
t-rli-o may je present ami n siri 'utn applicallnn i:
theyth'XM" ho to tin.
KI.IA.H M. liI.ASliOVV. Aduiini-tri-.. -(
alro, Illiunle, Deceinln-r let. ISTs.
TONY KESTAl KANT.
IjOTTO ,k KO'iASSrs
Comlncti-d on lie-Eiiron-(iii plan. S.-t the :i
laMi-ol any hour,, in Ihecily. Spu-lalrj' -lor
inoiilh or week, to n-.'Ulnr ii.-opl,-Coiini-cli-lwllli
ihe re-tun ruiil Is ihe
1'INKSr IIAK l.V TIIK :i'l N'.
Siuijilleil v.iih llm Chnliert Wine, met I.l.j e,
Mixed Drink- a siprciulu. K,--ianr:iin j. i
SiilooiiOiii-n nt All llou'r. lav uii'J M-.'ln
S M-l J
JNSURAN'CI- AGKNCY OF
AVells it Keltic,
IlKI-IIKSKKTISIU 1 IIR
fllltWHIs.' 1 (f l.lverpiml)
British America Lt
llltintl (r I'lillutlrtphlai ftuhllshed in IM.)
IJlIUMIf Assets, $;m,lta.0U.
HISK8 WltirrKN AT KAIlt HATtS.
OjBoo In Alexumlor ('outy IIim.c.