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THE DAILY CA1K0 M-LLKTIN: KKIDAY MOKMflG,. FEBRUARY 7. 1870.
II. BRYANT. M. 1).
OFFICR: Klculh t Vaului;tun
Hre honr-. a. W r, H.
HKMDENCE: Cornirr Nineteenth end Wash
II. MARFAN, M. D-,
HoratKipfttliiclMijsiciiUi ami Surgeon.
OHm V Comnwrclal awnne. !WI-nc corner
rooru-enth M. aud WwUlnBion avenue, Cairo,
-yy R. SMITH, M. D.
Olaee Hiid Residence:
NO. THIRTEENTH SWCAjnOUU.
J)R. t. W. WHITLOCK,
Orr k-No. 1: Commercial Avcuuo, between
Eighth and Ninth Strccu
TQtt. W. C. JOCELYN,
I ) K NTIST.
tiFFH-B-KlclitU Street, near Commercial Avenue-
O. T. WHIT LOCK. .
CBNERALCOLLECTOK CF DILLS A XI) RENTS
All account of profelonal and bncIn-H men
romptly attended to. Olllce. l.lti Commercial uvc
nue, between Eighth aud Miilli utrceta.
K-rercnccn:-Irofcr'loiml arid IIUihIuohh men of
M. Q- McGEE,
Office, overt. & V. K. K. General Office.
g r. WHEELER,
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth Hud Sixth at.
jINEOAIt & LANSDEN,-
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAl'EKOF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Moruiii;- Daily in Southern Illinois,
W. ro inthnrlM.fl to flllllOllllOC tllfl imine of At.-
-rtutDCoMtNnc an a candidate for City Treasurer ut
the eutuing city electlou.
We are ftlhorlzed to announce tho name of Wai.
tkrL. BaiHToi. n a candidate for the olllce of City
Treasurer, at the cuntiing charter election.
Wc are authorized to aunoiinco V. F. Sciicckkiis
a candidate for City Clerk at thu approaching
Notice. to wnoa it may conceks. Thu Cairo
Bulletin Co., will pay no hills contracted hy any of
its employes, or any one connected with Tim ItrL.
i.priic, unices the Kame In made on a written order
signed by myeelf, and the order must he attached to
the bill when prcneuted.
E A. BCItNKTT.
SlONAt Omril. I
Cahio. III., Fell II, 1H7H. f
"lime. liar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel, Weather.
:4a in 30.04
p. m. an t-!
3:46 ' 30.1.1
Maximum Temperature. I()0; Minimum Tern
pcruture, !13! Rainfall, 0 00 Inch.
Sers't Signal Corn, V. S. A,
Opening sale at Roisscr&Pyatt's, auc
tion and commission house, cor. Eighth st.
and Commercial avenue, next Saturday, 8th
iiist., and every Tuesday and Saturday
thereafter. Consignments solicited, and
prompt returns guaranteed.
Sol A. Silveii, Auctioneer.
A new composition roof is being put
n the Wilcox block.
Uncle Joe. MeKenzie, whom every
body in Cairo knows and likes, is in the
Several freight cars arrived yesterday
morning, covered with snow to the depth of
three or four inches.
Another lot of mules and horses, en
route south, occupied the Illinois Central
stock yards yesterday.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Taxpayers' association will he held in
TSquiro Coming's office this evening.
The Reform Club holds its regular
meeting to-night. Among other business
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The select cotillion party in Turner
hull, last night, wus reasonably well attcin
cd, and appearances told a story of geiiuim
We had a very pleasant call yesterday
i mm ixicior uunning. lie lntormed us
' well, we'll issue a supplement to-morrow
and get it all in at once.
The Egyptian (5 mi club is officered
as follows: Presided, F. S. Kent; Vice
President, Dr. Joeelyn -, Secretary, Dr. G. G.
Parker; Treasurer, Ed D-.-zouia.
Dr. Nowutney, of Be-eeh Ridge, was in
the city yesterday, etfeeting pun-liases of
garden seeds, etc. The Doctor projKises
to bcsKiw unusual attention to g'irdeiiirg
nurvuitit this year.
tdt,if. C.rltv'it pltilil flint wim riLii.rlit
boneatli ft tuiubling wood pile is on loot
gtin, and will soon 1u us sound as ever.
It wan feared for a while that the youngster
' traa seriously if not fatally injured.
One Jawi McMahou wim fined one
' dollar and cotit by 'Squire ItubioBon, yci-
Uirday, on a charge of drunkenness and dis
orderly conduct. He was given a stay of
execution, rJ, probably, left the city.
Wo are told that a very fatal disease
of some kind is prevailing among the hogs
of this locality. Carcasses can bo seen
lying at frequent intervals all over the bot
toms. Is it the cholera?
-Tlie Delta City fire company is arrang
ing for a calico hop that is named for the
18th instant. The Deltas have expunged
tho word fail from their lexicon, and prom
ise the public an occasion of solid enjoy
ment. In the throng that gathered in Reform
Club hall, hist night, was Dr. After. Ho
walked, unassisted from his home to tho
hall, and the effort didn't destroy his appe
tite, either. As he joined the crowd he
remarked : "And satati came also.''
Mrs. Finch died at her homo iu tho
upper part of the city, yesterday, of accu
mulated infirmities, in the COtli year ot her
nge. She leaves surviving her, her sons
James, William. Thilip, Absalom and her
daughters, Mrs. Dr. Mann and Miss Mis
souri. Two freight clerks have been lopped
off from the Illinois Central force, in this
city a fact that indicates a material di
minution of the carrying trado. Tho
freight that accumulated along the line of
the road during the ice blockade, has all
Mr. Fred Whitcamp has been installed
tit the head of Messrs. Hinkle,Thistlewood
and Moore's pork-packing establishment.
It is a position that Fred is well fitted for,
and one that he will fill in a manner as
satisfactory to the customers of the house
as to his employers.
Will Walsh dropped into a down town
establishment, night before last, and Re
mained there a couole of hours or more.
When he got ready to depart lie found his
overcoat missing, and placing his hand up
on his watch fob found it empty. The
thief is yet at large.
The Hibernians give their eighteenth
annual ball in the hall of their new engine
house, on the evening .of the 17th inst.
The reputation of tho Hibernians for con
ducting affairs of this kind is evidence
cnoti'di that the ball will be a success
socially and financially.
The Delta City fire company held
their annual election of officers, Wednes
day night, with the following result: Pres
dent, Isaac Ostrander; Secretary, Samuel
J. Ilumm; Treasurer. A. Swobodn; First
Captain, AVill Perce. Foremen of the hose
and engine will be chosen by the Captain.
Mr. John Windrem, known to nearly
all the people of Cairo, and well known
to flie older settlers, has again taken up his
residence in Cairo, and will, it is said, en
gage in his old business of feeding the
public. As proprietor of the Winstead
house at Anna, Windrem won quite a repu
Mr. C, Lame's carpenter shop was en
tered some time during Wednesday night,
and a lot of tools carried away. The tools
were offered for sale at the house of Mr.
L. II. Myers, one of the last places in tin
city where a burgiur can safely exhibit his
swag. It is needless to say that Myers
didn't invest. Up to yesterday evening
the rascal had escaped arrest.
We hear it stated that tramps num
bering from ten to twcnty-livo or more,
take possession of the Illinois Central
round house nightly, and refuse to vacate
the premises. Of late they insist that they
are there by direction of the police, which, of
coure, is false. It is said that tliev keep a
booming lire during the night, and sleep in
the warm sand pile as comfortably as so
many bugs in u downy rug.
During the absence of Mr. II. Houpt
his watchmaking and jewelry establish
ment, at No. 1(1 Eighth street, will be un
der the management of Mr. Thos. J. L.
IJoniin. Tommy has n happy faculty for
pleasing the public, and desires it to be
generally understood that they continue to
manufacture solid jewelry in the most
workmanlike and artistic manner, and
always guarantee satisfaction.
. We have put our compositors on short
allowance, taken away their complimentary
tickets to Theater Conii(iie and imposed
sundry other penalties for omitting to put
in type our notice of the coming of another
male heir to the home and name ot Hon.
Thomas W. llalliday. lie makes his ail
vimtwhilo bin "pa" i in Springfield making
laws for his future observance; but he will
bo none the less welcomed on that ac
count. The Sun says: "We have always been
fearful from the location of the S. 1. Peni
tentiary at Chester, Ills., a town almost out
of the world, th.it there was a Democrat in
th" wood-pile," etc.. The animal in the
wood pile was Jacob Rutin, of Springfield,
the most rampant and fanatical Republican
in Illinois, who had Chester land for salo,
und who, being able, to influence the Re
publican officials ut Springfield, sold his
land for two or three times its value.
Not less than two hundred persons
nttended the exhibition given by the
Juvenile Minstrels, In the (Vila building,
Wednesday night, and tho show passed off
quite us satisfactorily as before. A number
oflxiys beciuii'; very unruly and noisy, at
the outset, indulging in such pastime as
leaping bunches, cuterwauling to one an
other, etc., until 'Squiro Ostium nnd police
man Olmsted felt called upon to, interfere
in the interest of good order. Tho boys
being thus presented the calaboose as the
alternative of good Wlmvior, mtMdod ad
were heard from no move dur'uy the vww
-A muhi and M', on KiglilU street,
yesterday, attractnd ivusideraldo attention,
The mule fell down, rolled over, wallowed
about in the mud, several sivomls, and tlu it
regaining his "noniial" condition, found
the boy on his back precisely tw if nothing
had happened. As the ntulo actually
rolled over the boy, and seemed, to W wet
uiilly sctitlling with him, i: was feared for
awhile that the youngster had Wen seri
ously hurt; but as the Ihv nnlo off, appar
ently less concerned than any uf the the
spectators, all fears that were excited were
--One of the most loathsome objects ever
beheld was the dirty, muddy, In'sotted and
beastly female that laid prono and motion
less, Wednesday evening, under the Com
mercial avenue sidewalk. She had evi
dently been reeling alKmt the vicinity, and
probably feeling a sluggish sense of lier con
dition, hid herself away, as sho thought,
from the eye of pasrs-by. Her feet pro
truding beyond her covering told her where
alouts, and the attention of nearly every
body passing was thus arrested. Finally
somebody, more charitable than the aver
age human being, helped her to her wretch
While Messrs. Maker 'and Ilorgan, ac
companied by a lady each, were walking
up Washington avenue. Wednesday night,
they heard nn unearthly screeching, jn the
vicinity of the Christian church. Recog
nizing the cries as those of a female and
very naturally thinking that a murder or
signal outrage was being committed, they
excused themselves to their Indies, and made
h.iste to rescue tho sufferer, who ever she
mightlio. As they advanced the terrific out
cries receded. Near the colored M. E.
church, far out in the bottom, they came
up with the object of their pursuit which
proved to be a bare-headed' negro woman,
who coolly informed them that she hallooed
"cause she'd got religion." Concerning
what the two gentlinen said in reply, we
have nothing to say, and, possibly, would
not repeat it if wc knew.
A strange rumor was abroad, yesterday,
concerning the late William T. Beerwart.
It was to the effect that, to all ap
pearances, he died on Friday. The fact
was telegraphed to Cairo, and in due time
his friends commenced preparing his body
for the coffin. While washing him he ex
hibited signs of life, and finally actually
regained consciousness. In this condition
he continued ' until Monday, when he
died in reality. It is insisted upon as a
fact that while the lings of our engine
houses were floating as a token of respeci.
to his memory, he was a living, breath
ing, human being. In other words, he
recovered from his trance, or state of
lethargy and survived a period of fifty
four hours. As such things are not
of rare occurrence, it is by no means im
possible that the rumor has fact for its
We hear it stated that one of the pa
tients of the Marine hospital was subjected
to a very severe and dangerous surgical op
eration. He had been a deck liund, and
while at work, some weeks or months ago,
a box from the top of the pile, fuli, and
striking him in the breast, fractured hi
sternum and inflicted injuries from whid
it win thought impossible for him to re
cover. The only hope was hinged with the
(successful removal of the injured portion of
the sternum. Regarding death as inevita
ble almost in any event, the patient was
anxious that the operation should be per
formed. Tin; fractured bone was removed
in a scientific manner, mid had the man
possessed average recuperative powers he
woulil have recovered. Hut his vitality be
ing at a low ebb he lingered only until
Tuesday when he died. Tho name of the
physician who pertornied tho operation
has not been furnished to us.
The law and chancery docket of the
present term of the Alexander Circuit
Court numbered two hundred and one
cases. Judge Darker informs us that the
civil dockets of no three counties in the
circuit equal that of Alexander. Referring
to some of our old jottings-down, we find
that our law business has increased quite as
rapidly as our population. The following
figures furnish an idea of what our sixteen
hundred people, then occupying Ihe terri
tory of Pulaski as well as Alexander county,
were doing in the law line, fifty-six years
ago : The first Judge's Docket ever used in
Alexander county shows that for the
April term, 1H-JI, there were I t cuw dw k.'ted.
Sent. " IHiil, j.i
April " ISi.', - IS
Sept. " 1S-J-J. " 7
April " ISii, " 11
Sept. " IS'il. " 11
April - lS'.M. ' II
Hept. " IS.'I, ' ft
Tho numbers given cover cases of every
nature, whether chancery, law, or ciiininnl.
Tho smallest docket was that for the May
term, 1820 only four cases being i ntered.
When nil tho f ids connected with the
highway robbery J? which we spoke yciter
day.caineouttliomattertisikoti an altogether
different seeming. It seems t !i-it Mr.
Arthur McKay, the stranger who whs rob
bed, had been on very familiar terias with
Davis, the robber, during th.' whole cvenin".
They had drank together, and, ut McKay's
earnest solicitation Davis nccompanj,,, ,j ni
to his room and slept with him. At u very
curly hour next morning, McKay yot out
t Mil .
oi ucu to n no nm partner gone, m
overcoat, boots, watch and chain, mid aH
he alleges f 181 In cash, ulso gone. While
yet under the luQucnco of thu previous
night's debauch McKay wandered outof tho
house, and tumbling off the sidewalk hurt
himself. In that way, it appears, and not
from an assault from the robbers, ho re
ceived, his Injuries, Davis was subse
quently arrested, wearing the stolen boots
mid overcoat, and about his person were
found, if wo are correctly informed, the
watch, and six dollars of the money.
McKay may have lost, as he claimed, $131 ;
but the proof fastened the theft ot
only ftl of the sum upon Davis.
No single fact is better calculated to
put an efi'ectivo restraint upon one's chari
table impulses than to feed a "poor man" on
the bread of charity in the morning, and
meet him on the street, beastly drunk in
the evening. Instances of this kind have
been of such frequent occurrence of late,
that free lunches for strange callers are no
longer in waiting in scores of homes in the
city, from which, until recently, the import
unate tramp was never turned away empty
handed. The charity of our homes has
been expended upon the loafing classes too
generously. Ten times more has been given
than has been deserved, for very general
observation has brought confirmation
strong as the word of Holy Writ, that food
to tramps has been illy, almost criminally
bestowed in nine cases out of ten. There is
miscellaneous hour-work at our wharf ami
lepots sufficient to employ every tramp in
the city at least one fourth of his time.
The price paid is far iu advance of that
iven to the constant laborer, yet the lazy
vagabonds, or fully nine out of every ten of
them, indignantly refuse to work, knowing
very well that when they get hungry they
can call upon Mrs. So-and-so, and
obtain a square meal almost at any
time. Hut for the misapplied charity of
these good-hearted women the city would
bo rid of the triinip nuisance in forty-eight
hours. Gratitude is not an element of the
tramp's character. The woman who treats
him most kindly ntid feeds him oftenest is
the woman who is most likely to become
the victim of his villainy. This statement
is verified by the whole history of tramp
isni. Why, then, will the women of the
city persist in maintaining in our midst
such an abominable and dangerous nui
sunce, as is created by the constant presence
of from fifty to two hundred tramping
loafers, not from necessity, but choice?
The supper given in Reform hall by
the W. C. T. Union, last nig'it w sis well
attended, and we can say, from personal
experience, that the provision made for the
accommodation of the hungry portion of
the crowd, was nuiplc, and of the very best.
We feel constrained to say, and we do it
without knowing whom we compliment,
tjiat we never drank a better two cups of
coffee , in Cairo. The oyster soup
was the concentrated essence of
the bivalve itself, and was dealt out to
customers with no sparing hand. Then
there was an almndr.ncc of sliced turkey,
ham, tongue, bread, butter, crackers and
all tin; condiments that are in place on a
table of the kind spread last evening. Wi
cannot, at the late hour at which we Write
find room lor the names of the ladies who
so successfully engineered the affair,
nor for many other de-tails that
would interest our local readers. Those
who attended and shared the good cheer
anil very obliging attentions of the ladies,
"know how it is themselves." Thos'! win
were not there, and had no valid excuse for
their non-attendance, ought to remain in
ignorance of what transpired as a punish
ment for their delinquency. Rut, to be
obliging, we will add that the princi
pal entertainment of the evening
was filling eating witn n relish, with
a manly determination that the ladies
should not infer that the cookery was
in any other condition than just right.
Very graceful, lithe and handsome young
ladies were attracted to the table at which
Rev. Whitaker, Mr. Ayres and ourselves
weii- he:. ted; but that might have been
expected. "Birds of feather, flock," etc.
We dare say that other tables, where tele
grapher Kent, Treasurer Parker, Fred Smith
andother gentlemen sat, were equally well
served, for there wasa manifest purpose on the
part id' the ladies not to make anybody un
comfortable, because he didn't happen to
be handsome. Hut levity aside, and to
conclude, wo will add that everybody
seemed socially inclined and glad to be
there. The amount of the receipts hud not,
when we left, been determined.
"When tho swallows homeward fly."
Then is tho time when cough and colds be
gin to appear. Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup
cures every caso. Price 25 cts.
Go and look at O. Ilaytliorii's immense
stock of Dry Goods, Hoot and Shoes, Mus
lins, Calicoes, Dress Goods, etc, Three doors
above the old stand. Conimeiieial avenue.
C. Hanny is doing nn extraordinary
good business in Fancy Groceries, Dry
Goods, Hoots and Shoes, etc. Having
known the people knows just what they
Avant. and is always prepared to supply
those wants nt living prices.
Two HUMiiiKU persons have the oppor
tunity now of becoming the owner of tho
famous race horse Harlem, through nn in
vestment of two dollars. Harlem is an
nnluial of good blood, fine mould und (hie
appearance. Ho is tractable, nnd would
form nn attraction in any stable in the
country. Of his tleet-footodness ho hits
furnished undeniable evidence. Just how
fast he can run is probably not known. He
beats everything tint has' been pitted
against him, and that was all that was ro-
requirod of him. Hut Mr. Kynaston has
consented to part with him, and that every.
body may have a chance to possess him
Bolf of a fine animal tiud a lightning racer,
Mr. K. will disposo of him by rallle, issu
ing two hundred tickets at $3 each. Harlem
may bo seen at Fitzgerald's Horse Man
sion; tickets which are Milling very rapidly,
can bo found nt Pat Fitzgerald's, Mike
O'Donnell's and nt Harry Walker's. The
raffle will take place when tho tickets arc
Eighteenth Annual Hall. The Hiber
nian Firo Company, will give their Eigh
teenth Annual Ball, at their New Engine
House, on the evening of tho 17th inst.
The committee of arrangements are deter
mined to make this ball tho affair of the
season, and invite the co-operation of their
friends in s j doing. Tickets 1.
A 1-i.ack ok amusement The Theatre
Coniique, open every night. Admission
33c to all parts of the house.
A. Hai.lky, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook stoves
are among the latest and best patterns and
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market; they are of the heaviest make
and will last longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close as to make it an
object to call and examiirj. Everything
else low to suit the times.
Choice New York Early Rose Seed Po
tatoes for sale at the New York store.
C. O. Patier & Co.
O. IIaythokn is fairly settled in his new
place of business, three doors above the old
stand and is ready to receive his friends and
customers, and to supply them with all
kinds of Dry Goods Furnishing Goods etc.,
at rock bottom prices.
Seven to light o'clock r. m. For the
accommodation of mechanics, workingmen
and others, who have business with the
Widowls and Orphan's Mutual Aid Society,
that can not find time during the day, the
office will be open ut nights from seven to
eight o'clock, p.m. Thomas Lewis,
Jist received nt The Bulletin office:
20 Reams extra heavy letter heads.
UO " " " note "
20 thousand 14 and 1G lb bill heads.
20 Reams statements.
15 Reams bills lading.
A large lot of linen letter and note
yO thousand XX white and amber en
velopes, best quality, for the Cairo tradi
Hendehsos'w Hardware store. Commer
cial avenue corner Twelfth, is the center of
attraction tor both city and country people.
There they find the "Grand Charter Oak
Stoves." Ileatin-' Stoves, all kinds, liird
Cages, Lanterns, Lamps, Chimneys, cut
lery, Plated ware-, Carpenieis tools. Files,
Hammer?, Hatchets, Tin ware all kinds
Potatoe Parers and Cutters, and thousands
of oilier articles that we have not space to
Call on O. Haythohn before you nuiki
your purchases, lie has just what y;u want
cheaper than the cheapest.
Johnnie Bowman, the popular minstrel
and great end man, with a good variety
ti'oini nt t ho Iheutre Loiinoue, only 2,ic
admission, every night.
"Mj wife bought a clothes ra;k at
the Delta Broom Factory the other day,
and now she would not do without it 'for
double its price." S ) says one of our down
town merchants, and that seems to be the
opinion of all who have tried them.
Foil a good shave for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's babcr shop, No. 1-12 Commecial
All the finest brands of cigars and to
bacco, fine cut and plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc., a large
and varied stock, for sale at wholesale and
retail, tit F. Korsmyers, Sixth street near
Theatke CoMiyt'E, entire change of pro
gramme to night. Admission 25c.
Mil. John 11. Bkecheii has vacated the
Court House Saloon, ami desires to apprise
the public that hi! has taken possession of
his house on Thirteenth street, where (at
will open a house for tho accommodation
of regular and transient boarders, fur
nishing meals at all hours, and regulating
his prices according to the times. The hun
dreds of citizens And country people who
have stopped with Mr. Beecherneed not be
told that he always feeds his patrons on the
best that can be had. He is well known
for his good nnd abundant feeding, and
his acquaintance will be sure to givu htm
a share of their patronage, and tho public
generally are invited to do so, likewise.
Impohtant to those wishing tosavo mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots nnd
shoes. Wo have on hand ami are still re
ceiving, a complete, assortment of men's
boots and shoes, nil styles and sizes, of the
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hahd-inride
goods, which we sell lower than ever bu
fore, and lower than like goods can bn ob
tained anywhere in the city. Wo also
have a good line of ladies shoes of tho best
miiuufacture, from a ffiiu kid sowed, to a
course grain pej B100f ttU sizes, sold
very close. c. Koch,
No. DO Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and ISixUi street.
JOTK'E OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
HTATK 01- UKOIKlK Al'llt'nTINK, UKCKAKltl).
Slate of IlllnoU, Alexuiidercouiity, tw.
To the ludra of nuid route, and all other inter
etcd: Veil am herehr nolllled that on Monday, tho lata
dav of .March, lSTIl.iUe iidmlnlhlraioi of mid ectale.
will pienenr iu the county court of Alexander
county, at the court Iiohm. In Cairo. Illinois, IiIh
dual report of hU acin ami dolutr w Mich udinlu-
lotrator, ami am llui court toheiliHcliar-.'eil from any
and all further ilntle tind riiiiiixilil 1 1 1 li'H connect
ed with mild PKtnte, ami hU ailnilulHlralioii thereof,
nt which time and place, yon may he prcenl and
reaiHi niicn amuo mum n vot cIioohi-no to Ho.
(Nlpum I Al 1. MOWEItY, Administrator.
EHTATR OP Mll'IIAP.1. IMICUAN, IIKI'KAHEII.
The underKli'iie'l. huvtnir been iiHiioltited Execu
trix of the lant will ami ti'sluiuent of Michael llou
Kun lute ol the county of Alexander, tmditiite of 1111-
iioim, OeceaBeii, tiereliy j!lve imiiet that h will ap
pear before the county court of Alexander coiintv. at
thu court Iiouhu In Cairo, at thu .March term, on the
Second Monday in March next, ut which time all
pernniB huviiiir claim ai:aiiiHt Haid CHUto aru no
lllled anil rco,ucMcd to ato m) fur the purpone of
having thu name adjuxti'd. All per Knot Indebt
ed to buIiI cKtjite are rciiucetcd to make Immediate
payment to the umli-rslifiieil.
Dated thia ittnil ilavof .laiii.nrv. A. 1). 1ST!).
ELLEN DoLliAN, Executrix.
JOTICE OF SALE.
In tiureuance of an order of the Alcinndcr circuit
court, rendered at the January term thereof, lcTti,
ioiuecaie oi ii-uim-1 (iailuey v. .Nellie Uallnev.
rimothy tiallney, William (iaftney and Marv tiutl
ney, petition for partition, I will offer lor i-alc on
Saturday. February lsth, at II o'clock a. in . at
the fronlloor of llie court Iiohm in Cairo, lllinol,
the followinu lot of ifiound, to-wil: Lot No. :), in
block No. 4H, In the llrnt addition to the city of
Tkkhk One hjllf cah. IihIhiiA' nutahlit In nue
year, wiih lu percent, iiitcrci per milium, oecuri'd
by personal avcuritvand trurt deed.
JollN A. KEKVK,
Special Manter iu Chancerv.
January IT, lSTfl.
PROPRIETOR OF SI'ROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Speeialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
IlYEIMi AND KKSOVATINIl
rOl"R OLD CLOTHES
CAN OE BZAt'TOTLl.T
DYKD Oil HKI'AIUKD
At a TririhiK Kip ine-C 0. l.
CIIAS. SHELLEY, XO. .'50 EIGHTH ST.
tg" Ladle and Gent' old bl made new
J I IFF. CLARK,
Decorative Paper Hanger
P V I N T K 11 I
A SPECIALTY MADE OF
Glazing and Kalsomining.
Leave Orders nt !arclay or I'lirker' Hook More.
VN UN PARALLELLED Ol'l'IiR.
AJKKK TOST TRIAL
OF ONE OF
HEALTH KKSTOMNN PADS
We will send one of our HEALTH h'LSTOK.
IMi l'AHS to anv Invalid ullllctcd clih Liver
Complaint. Hills and FEVLK. INIHOKS
TION. t'OSTIVENKSS, NeiMiin. Ilcuiiachc,
llynpepnla, Nervoun llelilllty ami Impure lllood.
if' they will "end u their h nipO'iux and ad-dr-KS
and ui'ree to xeiid n S.'.ea If It ciVcctM
a cure to tlielr eullre Mallsfietion. othciwlno
there will he no churiie. We will do thU lu con
vince thu public nl the Hlipelior Value In n
OF OUR FADS.
And that they will do nil we my, As thin offer
will neccKNiirlly be limited in number, we hope,
therefore, an early a piil h at loll will he made. Ad
drufH, very HeBpeciiully Your.
IIII.O. W. FOIIIIES,
17J Elm id reel. Cincinnati. Ohio,
IMiynlcluim speak hi Term of I'ralse In favor of thu
ClNCINNA.1l. .1 II lit' '.'H, IS'dl,
limine had MoiuecoiiHlilenihle aciiliilulaiice with
Ihe operation of Hie I'ail, I run coiiclencloiilv
recommend It iik an excellent remedy In nil the ill-eai-ea
for which Or. ForliecoiinelK ll tine,
Hit. .1. II ALLOW ELL,
Sim (liorne Struct, Cincinnati,
What ltev, .losetdi Emery, the well-loiown Clly
Cincinnati. Juno :;n, IHTil,
flavin it hud n lone; ucipialiiliiuce with Hr. I'orlicN,
I am aaliHllcd that whatever he rucoiuiiicudii lie dnea
aoi'o.iscleiiclitiHly, una will prove all they promise,
Hi; V. JOSEI'll K.MKKY,
Extracts from a frw of Ihe Many Li-Hern frcipinntly
received nt I lie ODIce.
One nva: "I feel thai your Pads have wived in v
Ufa," Another any! "Your Pad hn Just reached
invcneo. II has entirely removed my coxtivetiera
niid consequent Hick Headache," Another v rile :
"Yoiirl'ad attended clrlctly to hmdm-ao, and In
forty-elitht lininn I lolt ai well a ever." A mil her:
"Voiir I'ud hn cured tniuif illlllmno and a tor
pid Liver. I am better than 1 have been In twenty
vearN." Mtlll another aayai I have endured all tho
horrora qrowlnu nut of a torpid Liver and Dynjicpma.
Alter indue your pud all t Ik-mi Ills left ine, Onu
more: "I Tiavu uaed your Pnda with perfectly aalla
factory remit", and checrltilly rucunmieud ilium io