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$KSIDKNCE:-Corner Klnetceuth and Wunh-
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Homeopathic Physician anil Surgeon.
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Prtl 13fl commercial nvcuuo. - ..
ouruenth Si. and Wnt hlURion avenue, Cairo.
R. SMlTnM. D.
Onicc and Residence:
51 THinTEENTU STREET, CAIRO, ILL,
K. E. W. WI11TLOCK,
it Dental Surgeon.
I lon-icE-No. MS Commercial Avenue, brtwwn
f llglitli and Ninth Strccu
Kk. w. c. jocelyn,
FFK E Klvrhth Httwt, near Commercial Avenue,
UEXERAL COLLECTOR IF BILLS AND HE NTS
All aw-nnnf of profiiotial and business men
,m..t!v attended lo. v:he. li Commercial ave-
iuo, between tihtri and Ninth ntivetn.
' CAIIW. ILLINOIS.
Kefcyicc: Professional and tnunincM men of
yM. q. McGle,
Oface, ovcrC. & V, K. It. C.cneral Onico.
g. T. WHEELER,
fj iPVTiM?Ohln T.evee. bet. Fourth and Sixth M,
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JINEGAIt & LANSDEN, .
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois,
W'c arc authorized to announce tho nnmo ofAn-
THrDCoKisonasacnniliilaloiorcuy ireanurcr ai
thctmnUitiK ulty election.
W'c arc athnrlzed to announce tho name of V At
tbk L. I;hcth. an a candidate for the ollire of City
Treasurer, at the dialling charter election.
Wc are authorized to niinounro W. F. SeitrcKKiis
a canillilati' for City Clerk at the approuckinu'
We tire authorized to annn'nnrn the mono of
Lou L. Davi an a candidate for City Clerk at the
.entiling imiulcipul election,
Notice. to who IT MAY cpM Kits. The Cairo
Bulletin Co., will ray no bill contracted by any of
It employe, or any one connected with The Hi i.
I.ctw, unlcna the name In made on a written order
tipicd by mynelf, and the order must lie attached to
Iho MU when presented.
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Caiiio. III., Feb K I
Time. )ar, Tlicr. Hum. Wind. Vel. Weather.
:4B.l in Sil.43
! p. m SO.W
M nx iin ') in Temperature. -I'.t 3 : Minimum Tem
perature, ; lUtlnrall,U 00 Inch.
W. II. HAY,
Scrs't Signal Corn, U. A,
(10 TO O. It. JACKSON & CO ,
No. 80 Ohfo levee, fur Michigan Seed
Potatoes iinil choice apples. Just rectivi d
A rare chance for u ready made home
in Chicago. See nClvertisenicnt.
Ueatl G. II. Jackson & Co's, upplc nml
' HttuA potato uilvcrtisemeut.
Go to church. If you would know
when und wheru to yo, refer to our cluuvh
Mr, 1J. I'. Inti", Western a-ent of tlic
Green line, in exiieeted to arrive in the
Louis Ureas, tifter a protracted Hpell of
sickness, that threatened, for a time, to
Imvc fatal tcrinir.ntioij, was on the streets,
Tlio 0!iio, t thin point was ?A feet 1
iwh tJove low water mark, yesterday
;unh),nnd hud ti.-' in 11 incli-s during tliu
priit'tjd'mjr 21 hours.
Word was received fmni Hon. T. W.
Hulliiliiy tiiiit ho would ia Cairo to-day.
It wiwexp-eti'dtliiit Mr. Ol.erly would re
turn in Mr. llitllidiiy', eoinpiitiy.
Th'.' laht ruim.r 1'nnn Wa'.l strei t is
that Vund'iVi'.t i hiiyinir ln uvi'y of the
Htock of tlie WhIhihIi Mili-owl with tli- view
of obt:iinln coiitr.. at the eoiiiin- e!i-ctio:i.
0,1 Til'-sihiy next tlie ilruwiim of the
L'Hiini mar' tut! Lntt-i-y Mk pkee. .,h
n t-.irj a-.iio-.i.it of CuiiM mi,;:i.y H j,,,,,,,
inve-c-d in tiie lirawinMii' tliiMUHiK-lidion;
lu. tics r.-ttirnw, a Jur, h:tvj Ii.mi . tit tin-
, M -inpIiiH will not e.ileln' iv M.ii-di-(ii-as
l.iy, tin's y -if. At leant tii-r.' will ln nn
jt H-iidi! or 'i",'t dinp'ay Tit" vr,-'"t e ntr.
i' t;iraM!i'i;i will h.i New Oi-leutss. The
Timuiiif tliut city, my that nearly !! tin.
rjomt of th unneipil IioUjIh w-.-re i-ni.-d
u full wee!: v.&t.
Ai ninny of Dr. Snitli'n jtarli ats wlhh
to Itnvo I heir childiJii vti'-clnated, it will lie
of lairmt to tlicm t J know that lie I us re
ceived a fresh supply of vacciue matter,
nnd will attend at his ofllco between tho
hours of one and three o'clock on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, to attend to calls
of that character.
lion. J. II. Carter, member of the
Lower House of the Illinois General Assem
bly from Johnson county, was in the city,
yesterday. He purposed a visit to Vienna,
but miss'iug connections, concluded that he
would return to Springfield.
During the months of January, thirty
four patients were admitted into the Ma
rine ho.,pital of this city, nnd precisely the
same number discharged. Tho number of
patients now on hand, is twenty-nine. Dr.
Fisher is the surceon in charge.
Tlie mayor's otlico has been removed
to the the room on Eighth street, next door
to Cundilf's grocery, where his honor can
always be found, unless absent on official
business. We call attention to this removal
for the benefit, chiefly, of that large migra
tory class of impecunious customers who
may desire to importune the mayor for
The struggle for the City Clerkship at
the pending city election, will be a coun
terpart of the struggle for tlie County
Clerkship, over two years ago. Wc hear
the nanus of six persons freely used in con
nection with a candidacy, and shall not be
surprised if we have a full dozen in the field.
For the Mayorality it looks as if Winter
would have a "walk over."
It will be seen by reference to our an
nouncement column that Mr. Louis L.
Davis has entered the lists as a contestant
for the Citv Clerkship prize. Lou. is a
young man who needs no introduction to
Cairo voters lie grew from boyhood to the
estate of manhood right here, and is known
us a moral and circumspect young man.
He would, if elected, fill the office intelli
gently and satisfactorily. JUire than this
no man can do.
The sale ot over .1011,000 of Paris and
Danville railroad bonds, the assets of the
Danville & Hanking trust company was
confirmed last week by the court, the pur
chaser bein;r Chas. Ridgley. of Springfield,
Ills.," in the intercut of the Wabash railroad.
The amount paid was .VoOO- cash. This
virtually gives the Wabash full control of
the road, which runs from ' Danville, Ills.,
south to Vincennes, 113 miles. By 'a con
nection with the Cairo and Vinccntica
which is contemplated, the Wabash would
be able to obtain a share of the business for
Cairo and the South.
In his speech before the Springfield
press gang. Mr. Oherly declared, in the
face of a hundred or more newspapermen,
that editors arc not the creators of public
sentiment nor the leaders of public opinion.
Iu tlie entire State of Illinois Mr. Oberly
cannot find a single editor who will agree
with him. On the contrary, the opinion
will hereafter prevail, among that class,
that Oberly is trying to win the distinction
lie conferred upon Dowell. Rut read the
extracts from his address we publish else
where, and then determine whtther he is
right or ought to apologize.
We iiccept the "Davis Congressional'
salary amendment," confessing that we had
dug up a '-reminiscence" and erroneously
substituted it for a reality. Rut really, Mr.
Davis, did you never before see the substan
tive, lady, a Ijeetived by the word lithe? If
you didn't, it is wondrous strange. A man
who is so deeply read, nnd who has ''long
b'icn acquainted with the word'' and never
saw it used to describe the flexibility and
suppleness of the young ot our kind we
can't believe it. If it were anybody else
our assent would be ready and cheerful
but you, a peregrinating eneyelopedinjol'ill
knowledge you've not sounded your pro'
foundest depths, that's all.
The only case IHbrc Judge liird, yes
terday, was that of Stephen Powers, for
drunk -nness. He was fined $2 and costs;
ami promising to leave the city win given a
stay of execution. It may nut have escaped
tlie readers attention that our police courts
have to do wholly with Strang -is, A f.unil
lar Cairo name has not been published in
that connection for weeks, if we except
thoe of u couple of colored women who ot-'
casioiialiy demoralize theni.-'jlves with
whisky. We venture the prediction that
among tho resident population of no town
in tlie I'nited States, tlie size of Cairo, is
ther.! less drunkenness ihan in this city,
Take away tlu-ir transient patronage, ami
one half the saloons in Cairo would cease
to exist before the middle of next summer.
A brace of covies came to Cairo night
before hist, avowedly from Missouri, and
yesterday morning one bf ilium complained
to the police that he had been beaten out of
$50 by a confidence man with a little box
and ball. He gave his name as Vaughn
and said that he had come into town with a
friend niciied Ware, that he lost his friend
nnd was in search of the confidence scoun
drel who had beaten him out of his $50.
He was dress -d in plain, well worn com
mon clothing, and had all the appearance
of an '-lionet I'lrni'ir." Officer Hogun
pr unit -1 him 1 1 niak a s-.nvh for the con-
lideiic'j man, ami oo:i M'l marus came
across a n -gio man who told hi;.) how a
friend of his lent Just li-n bnteii out
of live di'lWra by u in:;n who played a
d-e.-iving gam .- with u l!ule box and' black
bail. Reeomhg soin-wlct iuteiest-d in
the "hox und hall" operator, llog-m ob
t due l a fill inscription of him. and at umt
ex;iress;il his opinion that Vau-jlitt, the
lll-ti. .1 I i '' .
".I nnmo s'oi'.-iih-i, was 1 1 if man. Accom
panied by , another ofllnr ho hunted
up Vaughn und took him under arrest,
CAIRO IUJUKTIX; SUNDAY MOKMKU, FEDRUAUY 9, 1S7.0.
gearched his person, and stowed away in one
of his pockets, was the veritable box nnd
ball, nnd other evidence that Vaughn in
stead of being a victim was a victitnizcr.
It was him who played the game on the
negro; but why he assumed the rolu of
victim we aro not able to determine.
Shortly nfterward the man Ware was arrest
ed, and both aro now held for the action of
the grand jury.
The citizens of Xenia, a small town on
the Ohio & Mississippi railroad, have a way
of their own to deal with human brutes.
During the eoldcbt weather of last month,
a henrtless ruflian of the town drove his
half clothed and bare-footed little ten year
old girl out on the streets to hunt up cigar
stumps for his, the brute's consumption.
Tlie littlo girl's feet were so badly frozen
that it became necessary to amputate them.
A number of citizens stripped the man,
gave him forty sk'm-eiKting lashes, and
drove him, under the lash, out of tho vil
lage. Since then a wife beater has been
subjected to the same ordeal ; nnd but for
the tact that he provides, in some sort, for
his family, he too would have been run
out of the neighborhood. Mob violence, as
a general thing, is to be deprecated; but in
cases like those in question, our laws seem
to be impotent. The man who beats bis
wife should be '-paid in kind," but pul
licly. The people of Fulton, Ky., know how
to enjoy themselves, and put the knowledge
to a practical test. Quite recently the
young folks of that village got up a Hani
Times" ball, the nun wearing apparel indi
cative of tlie several avocations in which
they were engaged. Dyas and Tweed
Parker were participants, and the Fulton
Ttnies makes the following reference to
"Tweed Parker looked awful sweet, hair
scrambled and dusted with corn meal, seal
skin overcoat, trimmed with shipstuif and
best grade flour, he wore r. blooiniiurcarn.it
soup bunch iu his button hole. Miss Mat
tie Paschall was careful that none would
molest or make him afraid."
"Dyas Parker wore a cast iron smile and
a paper collar, hair scrambled a la mode
and a pocket full of mixed candy. The
girls all love cousin Dyas. He looked so
miserably disappointed that Mrs. Murphy
thought the poor fellow wns sick but he
A terrific hubbub was raised on Tenth
street, between Poplar and Commercial,
about supper time last night, by a woman
who seemed to be in an advanced stage of
intoxication. She had concluded that her
husband needed a thrashing and that it was
her peculiar province to administer it.
Accordingly she gathered a broom nnd
commenced belaboring her better-half
in a manner that displayed a
will that was entirely out of keep
ing with her ability. In other words,
she seemed exceedingly anxious to crack
the old man's sconce; but could not put
force enough in her blows to even stagger
him. She was very persistent, however
being governed, perhaps, by the injunction
of the couplet:
"If atiirst you ilea't succeed,
Try. iry aijain."
She kept mi trying during an interval of
five or ten minutes or until neighbors in
terposed and stopped the rumpus. A more
disgraceful scene lias not been witne--s.-d
in Cairo in many a day.
Last August, just six months ago, our,
fellow-citizen, Moses Foss, bought his son
Frank a ticket to Hutchinson, Kansas;
stocked him with a liberal supply of edi
bles to lunch upon, and one quarter of a
dollar in cash, and started him out.
Frank readied his destination safely, ar.l
fortunately .struck a situation i:i a furni
ture house shortly after his arrival. Tin
first intimation as to how lie was "making
it" reached Mr. Foss, yesterday. It came
in the shape of a local item in the Hutchin
son Interior, and was to the effect that Frank
Foss had become the proprietor, by. pir
chase, of Mr. E. M. Hill's furniture store. .'It
is not probable that Frank made money pl
ough during his six months' absence to pay
for the stock of furniture; but tho ia
nounceineiit conveys the assurance that he
has done better than that that he lias won
the confidence of the people among whom
he is living. This, for an eighteen year
old boy, among entire strang -rs. is an
achievement that is as creditable to Frank
as it isgratil'ying to his family.
Too large a per centage of the boys of
Cairo are given to the demoralizing habit
of loafing upon the streets as late r. ten
and eleven and even twelve and one o'clock
at night. Long after all respectable grown
people, whose avocation does not necessi
tate late hours, have retired to bed, boys
from ten to sixteen years of age can be
seen ill all parts of the city. Some of these
boys have become regular night prowlers,
and never reach home until after midnight.
The mixture is about equal of white nnd
black. They can be seen during the pro
gress of shows, lectures or cxhibitiona,
gathered about tiie front, entrance, beseigm
everybody who leaves tlie house for ,is
"check." If furnished the check, they rare
ly deign a "thank you, sir;" but ma'ee the
circuinstifriee the occasion for noisy exulta
tion over their less fortunate compan'iurm.
If they are rcfimed, they make that ciicum
stnnco the occasion for mi indi:li acy in
grossly insulting and sometimes shockingly
indeccut remarks aimed nt the party .(.fiW.
ing them. The presence of Indies
operate us a chock upon iiicir foulness (lf
either language or conduct; hut often
serves to Intensify both. Of conrsi! (,Vi;.y
one of tiles-.-urchins is ticketed by dm Klort.
est route to the devil. Their parents have
cither lost control over them or are indif
ferent as to what becomes ot them; and
there seuns to be no saving power that can
be exercised in behalf of the young wretches,
unless it rests with the Mayor and the City
Council. Good morals nnd tho quiet of tho
city require, now, that these boys be driven
from the street ns early as ten o'clock at
night. This precaution now may render
unnecessary the arrest of some of them at
later hours, in the years to come, as the fre
quenters of gambling houses or ns burglars,
confidence men and highway robbers. No
other knov.u agency sends a boy or young
man hellwards, with more startling rapidity
than late hours and wicked nssoci ites.
'A Faithful assistant." This is what the
nurses term Dr. Hull's Raby Syrup. It is
the best assistant as it w ill prevent a "Cry
ing-Spell" of the baby.
Eio.uTKKNTU annual ball of the Hiber
nian Fire Co., February, 17.
WHAT THE TAXPAYERS DID.
At the meeting of tlie Taxpayers' Associ
ation, Friday night, the attendance was un
usually large, and the business of the even
The chairman of the Executive com
mittee reported that the question of consol
idatinjr Alexander and Pulaski counties
had received considerable discussion, and
that it was evident that there was a strong
and constantly strengthening sentiment
abroad in favor of it. With a view of ob
taining an expression of favor or disfavor
from the people interested, the committee
had arranged with an attorney of the city
to prepare such an amendment to the law
touching matters of that character, as would
allow the voters of the two counties to de.
cide the que.-tion at the ballot-box. Tic
preparation of the amendment would in
wdve much labor and research, and the
ommittce had agreed to pay theivlbr the
sim of $50. The action of the committee
wis continued. The same committee fur
ther reported that the River and Harbor
bill, that should cover the allowance for
tilt improvement of the Mississippi at
Ciiro, had passed to the House Committee
oi Commerce, would probably be reported
h a few days, and passed under a suspen
sion or the rules. As the exact
fondition of the Cairo appropria
ion was not known and could
not with desirable readiness be ascertained,
.t was highly desirable that somebody from
Cairo go to Washington and co-operate
vitli our member in pressing the mutter
ipon the attention of the committee having
the matter in hand. The chairman further
stated that he had held a conversation with
Mr Oberly. and that that gentleman had
consented to go, charging the association
his incidental expenses only. It was
thereupon ordered that the executive com
mittee make an arrangement with Mr. 0.
to visit Washington, the association agree
ing to pay nil expenses not in excess of $75.
Sundry claims against the association
were allowed and ordered paid, amounting
in the aggregate tfj$77.
The matter of the railroad-bond interest
taxes for tiie year 187!) being under dis
cussion, a motion was adopted, to the effect
that th" chair name a committee of five
meiiib-is f.f the association who slmll de
cide, up m and adopt the most effective and
economical means for enjoining the collec
tor from any attempt to collect the railroad
interest taxc3 levied upon the property ot
the members of this association. The
chair desiring a little time, informed
the association that he would name the
committee and give each member notice of
his appointment, Saturday.
The association then went into "secret
session" for a half hour or more, after
wh'r.-h an nmcndni"nt to the constitution of
the association was proposed, to-wit:
"That the officers of the association shall
be elected for the term of one year or until
tlu-ir successors are elected and qualified;
tli at the next ( lection be held on the first
Friday in March, and annually thereafter
on the same day," Tlie amendment was'
laid over under the rule.
Tiie secretary was directed to give the
members notice of the election, whereupon
the association, at the hour of 10 p. m., ad
journed, A liiiooKLYN man deposited $.'!00 with
Alex, Frothinghnm it Co., brokers, 12 Wall
Street, New York, as margin on 100 shares.
St. Paul R. R. Stock. The stock was dis
posod of six weeks afterwards, realizing $2,
400 profit. Their Weekly Financial Report
is sent free.
IlniKKNiAN's Rail February 17. Take a
ticket, pay tint dollar and help the cause.
O. Havtiioiin 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, Fancy Goods etc.,
at rock bottom prices.
Choice New York Early Rose Seed Po
tatoes for sale at the New York store.
C. Q. Patikk & Co.
A. Hau.ky, the Commercial avcnuo Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery aii'l fancy goods. His cook stoves
aro among the latest nnd best patterns and
ore not excelled ns bakers by anything in
tho market; they are of tho heaviest make
and will last longer nnd use less fuel than
nny other. Sold so close us to make it an
object to call and examine. Everything
else low to suit tho times.
Two Hi NiiitKi) persons have the oppor
tunity now of becoming the owner of the
famous race horse Harlem, through an in
vestment of two dollars. Harlem is an
animal of go0,l blood, fine nioutd and fine
appearanco. Ho is tractable, and would
form nu attraction in any stable in the
country. Of hi fleet-footedness he has
furnished undeniable evidence. Just how
fast ho can run is probably not known. He
beats everything tint has been pitted
against him, and that was all that was re
required of him. Rut Mr. Kynnston has
consented to part with him, and that every
body may have a chance t possess him
self of a line animal and a lightning racer,
Mr. K. will dispose of him by rallle, issu
ing two hundred tickets at $2 each. Harlem
may bo seen at Fitzgerald's Horso Man
sion; tickets which are selling very rapidly,
can be found at Pat Fitzgerald's, Mike
VDonncll's and at Harry Walker's. The
rallle will take place when the tickets aft
Johnnie Rowman, the popular minstrel
and great end man, with a good variety
troup at the Theatre Comique, only 25c
admission, every night.
Foil a good shave for ten cents, a jood
hair cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's baber shop, No, 142 Comiiiecial
All the finest brands ot cigars and to
bacco, fine cut and plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc.. a larire
and varied stock, for sale at wholesale and
retail, at F. Korsmyer.-, Sixth street near
Go ano look at O. II aytlioia's immense
stock of Dry Goods, Hoot and Shoes, Mus
lins, Calicoes, Dress Goods, etc. Three doors
above the old stand. Commercial avenue.
Skvkn to kioiit o'cloi'i; i-. m. For the
accommodation of mechanics, workinu'inen
and others, who have business with the
Widow's and Orphan's Mutual Aid Society,
that can not find time during the day, the
oliice will 1' open at nights from seven to
eight o'clock, p.m. Thomas Lkwis,
IIkndkuson's Hardware store, Commer
cial avenue corner Twelfth, is the center of
attraction lor both city and country people.
There they find the "Grand Charter Oak
Stoves," Heating Stoves, all kinds. Uir-l
Cages, Lanterns, Lamps, Chimneys, cut
lery, Plutcd ware, Carpetitcis tools, Files,
Hammer:1, Hatchets, Tin ware all kinds.
Potatoe Parers and Cutters, and thousands
of other articles that we have not space to
Mu. John H. Rkkciikh has vacated the
Court House Saloon, an 1 desires to apprise
the public that he has taken possession of
Ids house on Thirteenth street, where he
will open a house for the accommodation
of reeaUar and transient boarders, fur
nishing meals at all hours, and regulatin
his nrices accorditur to the times. The hun
dreds of citizens nnd country people wh
have stooned with Mr. R i cher need not b
told that he alweys feed.-, his patrons on the
best that can be had. He is well known
for his good and abundant feedinir, and
his acquaintances will be .stir.' to give him
a share of their patronage, and the tmblie
generally nre invited to do so, likewise.
Call on O. Haytiioi:n before you make
your purchases. He he.sju-t what y.u want
cheaper than the cheapest.
Coal! Coal. Wood, Wood. -F. M.
Ward has on hand the best quality of coal
for sale at the market price. Very low.
Also a large stock of wood of all kinds,
lie is well known to everybody we trust
he wiil receive bis full share of patronage.
Prices to suit the tiini s.
Ei'.AM'it OiTU'K of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evaiisville, at Mrs. James' No
17 Eighth street, Cairo, 1 lis.
Eiian r.K.NTit Annual Rai.l. The Hiber
nian Fire Company, will give their Eigh
teenth Annual Rail, at their New Engine
House, on the evening of the 17th inst.
The committee of arrangements are deter
mined to make this ball the affair of the
season, and invite the co-operation of their
friends in s doing. Tickets $1.
A place ok a.mlsk.mknt The Theatre
Combine, open every night. Admission
25c to all parts of the house.
Just received at Tim Rui.lktin office:
20 Reams extra heavy letter heads.
!)() " " " note "
20 thousand l i and 1(5 lb bill heads,
20 Reams statements.
15 Reams bills lading.
A largo lot of linen letter and note
ao thousand NX white and amber en
velopes, best quality, for the Cairo trade.
I.mpoutant to those wishing to save mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots nnd
shoes. Wo have on hand and nre still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men's
boots nnd shoes, nil styles and siz.es, of tho
best St, Louis and Cincinnati liaiid-mado
goods, which we sell lower than ever be
fore, and lower than like goods cftii bo ob
tained anywhere in (he city. Wo also
have a good line of ladies shoes of the best
manufacture, from kj,i HUwed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, sold
very close. c. Kocit,
No. DO Commercial avenue, between
Fifth nnd Sixth street.
Chkw Jackson's best Sweet Navy To.
Q RANI) MASQUERADE J5ALL .
Given by the
Turner Hall Febr'y 25th 11171),
, .50 cents
Ticket can lie procured at LoiiIh llrrherfu, II.
Meyer . (Mililsline X HoKi-iiwater' and on the.
evening at the door.
CIIAKLICS HCIIOKNMEYEII, JOHN KOEIILKR
HKNHV UKEIIIAM, LEO KLED.OEORtiK STAT
LEIt Commltlec of Arniiu'emenlH,
UEMOVAL TO CHICAGO.
For perHoiiK reinnvlne, to the ureal bin-lncM city,
t hleatjo, the fullowliij; oiler a ram chance, viz:
for Rent Very Reasonable,
An ftniimi Dwelling Iioiihu with modern Improve
inentu uud mr aiiM..,, n tlio lttoL dex'ralde res
ilience part f the itv, near the Lake. Horo Cars
iathe door j and
Atairrent bari:i.ln, tho entire. Kuiiilliire new and
complete, even to house linen; iiji. 11 dcnlml
J1' . '"'""email ' .side bar Itoail Wau-on, llm,
Htyllhli Horcu. to no idii;jje, double, or tinder the.
caddie; new unldle, Ac.; Hum aiiiirdiui; ihe pur
ehaeni home replete, with everv comfort lit a dav
consideration. W lil only be p;irti'd w ith for ra-li -and
will not be rented uulem furniture pun-haKed.
Addre.. (1 AS. E. MILLER & CO., 1! Tribune
OTICK OK FINAL H "IT'LL". MKNT.
OTATK OP tiDiUl.B ACOCCTISK, 1IK( EA.-Cl).
Mute of 1 1 ! i i i S p . -xandi rcoioit",
To (lie heir ol Mild i -t.u.., uud ull other ii.t r
eted: Yll are hereby liMltled tleit on Mondav. lint Kith
day of Muri h, lsrtMlK aihnliilrtriiior of sail! r-ene.
will prei-Mit to tin- miinty neirt of Alexander
county, at the ronrt holme' In ( airo, Illliioi-. bin
llleil report of bin nets n:nt iloliii.' an mcli admin
Iftr.ilor. ami nl; l he court to be m.-'hiirci d from any
lllld II, flOtle rVllliep. und renin, IiMbilitien i-o;ii ,-t
ed wilii Miidctiiti .and bin ahniiilnlratloii tle-reuf.
at which ll'i:e and place, you ion y be prc-i lit umi
resin mm h iihi:ii ..Ii.iii h' Coll choone nt in do
isi-nnl, 'A I LMOW'KUY, Acimii.Nlnitor.
JXECUTOK'S .' OT 1 ( R.
KnTATEOK MtntAtl Hi't'CiAN. llletAM.II.
The uiiderni-ricil. having been npiioliiici! i:.. c::
trix ol' the bi-i viii aij.l t .t. uncut of MhI.iicI lii.i,
Kan laic ol tin- colony of Ai. oic.der. uihIMiiIc of .
lloln. lleei aneil. hereby ;TOen nutir- that nhe Mill up.
pear before llje coutily ioi:n ol .e--.:iinler cmuilv. nt
the court holme In Cairo, ai the March C nn. on' tho
Second Monday in March lc.M, i t which Iliac ad
pi-r-iilin biivlui; cliiimn onii.-l n;::d c-lnle tire no
lilii'dnml rciiie-tcd to a.t' i.d lor the pi.rpi-e of
Im'iiii; the .nine iuiju.,u Ail permm. ml, ia
cd to nabl ctate are ri iin-:cd to uiuke uuaicditlc
payment to the iiiileilL'i.ed.
Llatcd thin '.Mnd tin v ol .Lmie.rv. A. Il, ls'i,
Ll.l.EN lMiUt.AN. l. it,!x.
OTICE OF SALE.
In pamuBM c of an order of tie- AY-mel r :n-,::t
conn, p ndcreii at ihe .Inuuiiry t rui H ereof, Is;1,.
In the ca-e of 1m,I, e t.ntlijey' w. SMIie Ii .'Tii. i,
I'lmooiy Oaflucy. William C,;tfi,cy and Vu: v l,.,j
t.ey, p. iiiiim for partition. ittilfc.Vr lor niile on
Saturday. Kcl.riiiirv th, 1;'. at 11 o'clix k a. in.. ;it
the front door of tin- court house in t aim. I.i.-mn-.
the following bit of (.'round, to at: ljt No. :l. in
block No. 4s. In the tlmt addition to the dry of
TkiiM-Oi;e half ca-h. balance p-ynMe In one
year, wiili 10 per cent Iniere-t jht annum. cci.red
bv pcieonal pc'.urilv and tru-t ib ed.
JOHN A. HEKVF.
pedal Manter iu I leim c.-y.
January 17, l'T'l.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dewier in lev.
ICE BY THE CAR LoAD RTON. WELL
PACKED FOR SJII1T1NO.
Car Loads a Specialty
o F I (,' jo :
Cor. Twelfth Street ami Levee,
JX UN PARALLELLED OFFER.
A FKIvE TEST TJtlAL
' OF ONE OF
HEALTH HESTOIUXG PADS
Wo will cnd one of nur 1IKAI.TII IIKST'iI!
INO PADS to anv Invalid iii'.Mcted with Liver
Complaint. CIIII.1.S and l'KVKK, INIlloKS.
VION. COSTIYKNKSH, Nervoim llcinla he,
Dvniiepnla, Ncrvoii Debility and Impure blood,
If' they will send u their Mnptonin and ad
drenn ami HL'rei! to (end 11 JW.tlll If It effects
a cure to their entire niitlnf:iction. othenvine
there will be no charge. We, will do ihln to con
vince the public of the superior value, a n
OF OUR PADS.
And Hint tliev will do all wo nay. An thin offer
will iiecennarllv be limited 111 number, we hope,
then-fort', an cArly aMilh atloii w ill be Hindu. Ad-
very lien lecoiioy lourn,
Dlt.O. W. FOIUIKK,
17 J ;;iiu Htreet, Cluclumitl,Ohio,
Physician speak Iu Term of Praise, Iu favor of tho
1IL4LTII PA IX
Cincinnati. June is, ls;il.
Havlni.' Imd none coimldci able aetpialiiiance w lili
llm operation of the I'llil, I CUU coiiclencliinnly
recommend II n an excellent remedy In all Hie dU
eane for which Dr. 'orl"j'j",j,"J,j,J iViVvfcl I
S7II Cvol'tfo fSlreel, Clncbiuiitl.
What l!ev. Joseph Finery, tho well-known City
Cincinnati. June :m. ihth.
Ifavlui! Imd n lini ncipialuliiilee with Dr. Korben,
I inn nallnlled llnil whatever he recommend he does
no coMnfleticlounly, anil wl li r JJ1 J 'p jj' " y''1'" "
Exliucl from n few of the Many I.etler fiuiitenlly
received at tin) Olllcu.
One nv:-"l feel I tint your Pud have saved mv
HI'h." Anolher nay: "Your Pad ha Just readied
tnv cane. It him entirely removed my conllvenen
aiid eonneilielit Nick Headache." Another v rile :
"Your Pad attended ntrlelly lo liiinlnimn, and in
foiiv-eltlht hour I felt an well nnever." Another:
"Your Pud Inm cured me of llilllotinnun and a tor
pid Liver. I mil belter tluill I havu lit'iiu In twenty
vcarn." Still niiolher nay: I have endured nil thu
horror irrow iiiK out of a torpid l.lvernnd Dyniiepnia,
Alter unlni vour pad nil tlienti III left me. ' Ono
mow: "fli'iiva lined your Pail with perfectly anil
factory remit, and cheerfully recommend them to