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THE DAILY CAIRO HULLKTIN: TUESDAY MOKMJm, FEimUAUY 11. 1879.
HE GKEAT BLOOD TOXIC
.k., .rail nlacinc. arUlns from Impure
V 'bloo, andfor luvliwraiitii! md lareiitf hen ntf ine
S 5 So'rmua Arc )7m weak, nervous, deblliui t'd,
J" VlaVvou nauaea. pain in tlx- hack, die t If". !'
, ' i j.TJva Blood Scan her will drive out the disease
i .S hHrnu nick ?S Bloom of .ll-Uh. l'lmp
iionnnn L"..i. i hut
t ZTwrnHl Scrcher, by purtlyluK the yrtero
! Zns the klu and beautlllc. the c-mjdevion. s
Vt all drug "ist. $1 (0 jperbotllc. H fc. Mle
' iCrKU'ri I'lifbSri!, fa. Barclay llnw.. A-.n-i
gELLER-S COUGH SYRUP.
OwrrtW.Ab(ttlfM.iW. It I'thcnin-t I'1':?"'
d popular remedy for omana. f "ll
Hoar-new and all throat nud limn d-eases. UH"
&nin 'fur half. ccnturr. Ib!''!';'"'1
and prwwrllw It. J. K. ,.;:mau. Lou- 1 . O '!;;
.,: -It aaved my two chiiorcn i frni tin- ' -
A!.. Simmon, of lWtlim.ro. d.. also "
will tnro the worst ron-h iiumcdiulcl; . A ",
droireiat or pcuiral torekef ' f"r t'""1, UZ ,' .
other. Prices, ttc.. at. .ml !!' P bV ' 'A,
for circular. R. E. Seller. Co.. .,
rnubunr, !' Barclny Hro.. Ag-nta. a.ro.
For over 50 year SELLER'S UVElt "LW
ll the rtumlard Ml" ? b" L vr ' ' ' l'1 I
roMivenwa. Hick Heartache. n . .,"
Bark. Pii-.zlnras. Coated Toni: le. lever an 1 A - ! '
d all HriHi-jc from a d .-ranp-d '.(
Liver or Slomarn. Thorn." Adni. ll"""11'
Ktr!.wy:'MI-r' KIN have wwl htmdM.ol
u.u.. i"n lrti!irit inrii. Pittsburg, ra.
Bros.. Atnta. Cuiro.
II. BRYANT, M. D.
omrEf E'c'ih r.t.d Washinii-jn
Ofllce nonrs a. x. to i) P. M.
RESIDENCE : Conu-r Niw-tiveth and W.h
iuiftou. H. MAl'.EAX. M. 1).,
Homeopathic rii.vsii un m Sur?con.
Office V Commercial awntte. Kf;.:onc. -;racr
Kourutnth St. ami Wa-iiin'.oa avii.ue. ( titro.
T H. SMITH, M. D.
Office ami UciiV li'f :
NO. 21 TMKTEENTH STKF.ET. CAil'.D. ILL.
PU. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Orn.-ENo. r, ('ommi.-cial Avenue, bctwscn
Eishtli and Niuih Street
JR. W. C. JOCELYX,
D i: NTIST.
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
G. T. WIIITLOCK,
GESEIUL COLLECTOK OF BILLS AND UENTS
AU accoiintu of profcsslonnl and lmt inesH men
promptly intended to. Cillice. VVi t'ommereiiil uvu
liue, between Eighth and Ninth ureets.
Kcferences: I'rofestiunal aud IflilMiieii men or
yM. Q. McGEE,
OITice, overt'. &V, R. It. C.eneral Ofllce.
O P. WHEELER,
DFFICE-Ohlo Levee, bet. Fourth mid Sixth Hk.
JIXEGAR vt LAXSDEX,
OVFICE No. Y Com men ml Avi-mic.
THE DAILY BUIJiETIN.
OFFICIAL PAI'EKOK ALEX ANDEK CDVXTV.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illiiinis.
We are authorized to announce tho name of At.
fkkdCohimio nc a i-nndidalo lor City Tr'uttrer at
the cnoulng city election.
We are athorized to announce the mime of W.u.
tebL. HhinToi. an a candidate !nr the ollleu of t ity
Treafurer, at the cunning charter election.
We are authorized to announce W. V. Sciit cKKits
aa a candidaiu for City Clerk at the approai liiiiy
We are authorized to iinnouncc I.oris I,. Davin
n a caudldatH for Lily Uerlc at llio eiiMilnn mil
SOTICE. TO WHOM IT MAY COM CIIN. The Cairo
Bulletin Co., will pay no bill contracted by any of
lu employe, or any one connected with Tim l)ri.-
LBTiN. nulvxa the c:uiie lc made on a written order
lened by tnynelf, nud the order bum he attached to
the bill when prenented.
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SmNAi Opfk-k, 1
Caiiio, III., Feb in, irtTH, l
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum. Wind, Vel. Weather.
i p. m
J: " av.trr
- Maximum Temieralurn. :,9; Mluliniim Teui
perattire, 38 i ltulufalLO 00 Imh.
W. 11. HAY.
' Scru't Signal Corn, U. S. A,
(0 TOO. II. JACKMCIN S CO ,
No. 80 Oliio levee, lor Michim Seed
PoUtijpg ami choice aiile. Just rccuivtil
2 enr loiuls.
Ball, Ftiltriury 17th at Ili1i:ruiiui
The in,emlM!inol' tlit; I,e Ron Ami will
coDgri-ffittc this uvi'tiinjf ut tint rcsiilomio of
Mihs Ella Rohbius.
Remember the Iliberii'mn Hull t.tki-s
place February l?th, ut thoir Enstine
Hotise. It in tht'ir eighleeuth uiutivt'imny.
Mr. and Mrn. Will Drwnia n tiimnil
homo from their lrilil touryehteriliiyiifter-
! f noon, and will, wo tupMmt!, at once si'tth
t down into the quiet walks of iimn-ied life.
I l 4 . The petit jury of the Alexander circuit
f , xourt wu diBchargfd yeBtcrli:y, uud court
will mljourn on Saturday until next month,
when the judge will return and clear up
the docket, a near as may he,
Rend the names of the committee for
the Hibernian Rail, that will be an assur
ance that the affair will be a success, and
your dollar not be wasted. Buy a ticket.
The pay car of the Cairo and Yincenncs
railroad starts out on its regular monthly
money-distributing mission this morning.
No train that runs the road in more heartily
-Davis, of 'th'eun, says that he "cer
tainly failed when he cast his sounding
lino 'inio the editor of The Bi ixetin."
Anyhidv would have told him so. He is a
wonderful success as a, failure.
Mr. MeGowun, of the Golconda Herald,
was in the city yesterday, and called
around and inspected The Bn.i-F.Tix
otlice. He came here as an escort to Mrs.
McGowun, who was en route to BelleviMcr.
Buy a ticket to the Hibernian Ball. It
is wortli the dollar. :t:id , then the dollar
goes toward putting the finishing touches to
an on jine house that would be a credit to
any city in the world.
After Sunday next the Episcopal Salv
baih school will meet ut half-past 3 o'clock
in the afternoon, and not at 9 o'clock in the
morning as formerly. This change will be
commended by the pareuts of the children,
especially during the winter months.
The steam fire engine was tested Sun
day afternoon and worked quite as satis
factorily as was anticipated. It has not
hitherto, distinguished itself by its services;
but its future may tell a bitter story. Let
us hope so, at all events.
How shall we regain our losses is the ques
tion thought over by many in these times
Take our advice and remit a small amount
to Alex. Frothinghani & Co., brokers, 12
Wall Street. New York, who by their judi
cious investments have relieved hundreds
from pressing need. Send for their Finan
cial Report, sent free.
Mrs. Wm. II. Morris will visit Anna,
to-day. on a viiit to Mrs. Dr. Wardner.
When she returns she will superintend the
packing of her household goods, prepara
tory to the removal of the tamiiy to Wil
mington. Illinois, where she will hereafter
reside among the pareuts ar.d relatives of
her deceased husband.
The City Council convenes again tins
evening. The ordinance under the petition
f.ir further restrictions in the matter of is
suing liquor licenses will probably be re
ported, and it may occur that the ordinance
raising the Mayor's salary tvill be taken
from the table. But. whatever is done will
be truly chronicled in The Bcli.eti.v.
We are disposed to agree with the fun
ny man of the Xew Orleans Times, that
housekeepers who have trouble w ith colored
domestics are entitled to no sympathy.
When colored domestics become trouble
some, there is no good reason why the ag
grieved mistresses should not ''boost them,"
ami drop into the nearest dry goods' store
and get bleached domestics.
August Kramer, at one time a tonso
rial artist of this city, and well known to
the older residents of Cairo, has gained
some prominence in the neighboring burg
of Murphysboro, lie organized a seivnad';
for 'eneral Logan, a few nights ago, and
is said to have been conspieiious i;i the mat
ter of extending hospitalities to the General,
during his stay at Murphysboro.
--Sunday niht a tramp with "more im
pudence than lie had a clean face," , rang
the front door bell of not less than twenty
residences, lie wanted to liud a place to
sleep, he said, and would, under the cir
cumstances, put up with a pallet on the
Hour. If he didn't "put ,!P"' w'ith a sound
kicking before he got through, he escaped
what he persistently Invited.
We acknowledge the receipt of a com
plimentary invitation to the soehible given
this evening, by the Cairo Commandery of
Knights Templar, and hope to be :ible to
avail ourselves of the proffered hospitality.
These monthly re-unions are proving emi
nently pleasant, and those who tire bonked
for a regular participation in them may be
congratulated on the score of their good
The little youngsters of the city litlle
"wee tods" that can scarcely articulate
nioliosyllables are in a constant state of
excited expectation respecting St. Valen
tine's day. Fully two weeks ago mobs of
these little chicks beseiged the ptwt ofllce
so continuously that the postmaster was
driven tn the adoption of offensive meas
ures to break up the singe. He had to do
that, or hlrn an extra force f delivery
It has been reported to us that a ped
dler of some kind of patent fixtures has
spoken with much rudeness to married
ladies, whose husbands, for the nonce, wen
abs 'tit. We can't very readily call to mind
any hubit, not absolutely violative of law,
that would be more likely to eventuate; in a
cracked cranium. It is a business that
almol anybody, m-Iu knows anything
ahum the temper of Cuiro umrried men,
would regard ns extra hazardous.
--The Illinois Year Hook for 1 sTO pays
a deserved tribute to the worth of .Judge
Yoeiim. The people of Cab'o tu appreei
ute his sterling qualities as a man, and his
eminent fitness, as well, for the position he
tills as'.Iudgi! of our County Court. He is
a worthy successor of Judge Hross, and no
citizen withholds from him the pruisu he
deserve for being the most cautious, pains
taking and exact officer the people ever
placed in the position he tills. Ho id well
learned in the law, is a man of culture, and
his controlling ambition seems tobo to do
right. That's the kind of a man and County
Judge R. S. Yocuin is.
Miss Alice Lane returned to her home
in Charleston, Sunday. Her engagement
in the public schools having terminated,
she is now teaching a select school, which,
she says is well patronized. Miss Lane, has
'acquired considerable reputation as a school
teacher having given entire satisfaction
wherever she has been engaged.
The Charleston folks not only know
how to enjoy themselves, but see to it that
those w ho cougregate with them from aboad
have a due share of enjoyment. This fact
is so well understood that a danco or any
social re-union in Charleston always draws
visitors from the neighboring towns. It
can't le denied, in short, that the Charles
touians are an eminently sociable people,
as every one will learn who attends the
dance there, that is announced for Thurs
day evening m xt.
At the recent meeting of the social
scientists, in Springfield, Mrs. Dr. Wardner
reported that as vice-president of the asso
ciation for the !Sth congressional district,
she had collected, in aid of the Illinois
Industrial School for Girls, the sum of
i200. She paid a high compliment to the
press of 'her' district for the cheerful aid
they had extended, and aserilvd much of
the interest fel in the matter to the influ
ence of the newspapers. For some reason
the lady's "remarks were not given in full in
the Springfield papers.
Hannon's two horse team got on a
rampage yesterday afternoon, and ran about
four miles in five minute. Shortly after
starting, the wagon struck the sidewalk
and injured two or three sewing machines,
but not irreparably; and then the fright
ened animals took a turn out in the com
mons, and finally returned to tovn, where
they were overhauled by H race, and
brought to their senses. If Hannon has
kept a reckoning of his runaways' this one
is probably aUmt the 72nd.
Xotwithstandig the extreme inclem
ency of the night, alut thirty
young ladies' and gentlemen came
down from Mound City, last night,
and, joined by eight or ten Cairo couples,
took possession of Turner hall, and had a
real joliy time of it. The music was good,
a strong voiced promter was on hand, and
matters moved on as smoothly and happily
as any reasonable person could have wished.
As dancing didn't comm. -nee until about 9
o'clock, it was quit'-1 late before any of the
party felt disposed to cry: hold, enough.
Vaughn and Ware tic: brace of
.strangers who were arrested by Hogan on
Saturday, Vaughn for practicing the confi
dence game, and Ware for carrying con
cealed weapons, were tried b: fore Judge
Hint, and lined twenty-five dollars and cost,
each. Tin; cost was paid; and the disre
putable couple promising to leave the city
immediately, wi re given a stay of execu
tion. The ivgro upon whom Vaughn play
ed the box and bad trick, could not be
found. Sihcf the town is happily rid of two
very und"irabli! customers, it is well the
matter resulted as it did.
At tie1 written request of fri'Mids of
The Bri.i.ETis we give Mr. uberiyV. snee.-h
before the editorial convention in Spring
field, in its entirety, correcting nianife.-'
errors in the portion published Sunday, and
giving the address ns it was delivered. It
will prove interesting reading as well to
the general reader, as to the editor who is
morally certain to disagree with its chief
affirmation, viz: that "newspaper men are
not the creators of popular sentiment." It
was a very unpopular proposition to lay
down how well the gentleman maintains
it, the reader can judge for himself.
(.'apt. W. S. Lane, of Mounds Junction,
who has been an invalid ever since early
last summer, is, it is believed, in a fair way
to fully recover. For an interval of several
weeks, last November and Decmb-r, the
announcement of his death would have fro
nted no surprise, as it was daily expected.
The old gentleman had more vitality, how
ever, than even his physicians gave him
credit for. He weathered the storm,"
steered clear of the threatening breakers,
and his somewhat shattered and attenuated
hulk is in full view, now, of a harbor of
safety. Being anchored in that harbor
ourselves, just now, we fire him this salute.
When the confidence chap, Vaughn
wits given permission to leave the city, he
at first demanded as a right and subse
quonily begged ns a favor that the officer
who arrested him should return his little
"box and ball joker" that conlaincl
bull or not, according to the way the betting
ran. When informed that the implements
of his trade would not be returned, he wns
greatly put out, hs he couldn't get another
this side of Pnduciih, mid nobody cmld
tell, therefore, how many anxious grecnies
would lose the opportunity to b-t. Hut the
officer, insisting tlmt it was better that the
anxious lunocents lusa the "opportunitv"
than their money, kept the. little-joker, tm,
admonished the importunate twain toinnke
reasonable haste In shaking from their feet
the dust of the city, which they did.
An elderly woman, dressed in black,
was'iibout the city, yesterday, begging money
to pay her way to Grenada, Mississippi,
She says her name is Henry, that she lost
her little girl of yellow fever, and siilNt,.
quently her husbund, who took the ilim.ls,;
while giving his professional services to the
sick and dying, that could be found in
nearly every family of that city. When the
disease was doing its most deadly work,
Mrs. Henry came to Cairo, where, with the
exception of two weeks, which sho spent at
Anna, sho has resided every since. She
says that somo one has kindly provided for
lu r passage home; but sho wants to raiso
money to pay incidental expenses. Contem
plating the fact, that this lady came direct
to this city from the most dreadfully infect
ed and afllicted point in the whole' South;
and the further fact that what this lady did,
almost anybody else could have done, it is
not to be wondered at that the epidemic
The till-tappers and burglars that in
fest Cairo have not succeeded in "bagging'
much "swag," but in the art of hiding their
plunder and escaping arrest, they are ac
knowledged adepts. An instance in point
occurred yesterday, aliotit one o'clock p. m.
Mr. Charles Galigher had occasion to leave
his otlice, at tho mill, and step up stairs.
He was not absent to exceed three minutes;
yet. during that brief interval some villain
stole into the office, broke open three draw
ers that had been left securely locked, and
finding nothing else of value, carried oif
about twenty-live three cent postage
stamps. The fellow was no doubt lying in
wait, and stepped in the moment Mr.
Galighcr stepped out; but even granting
this, the work was marvelously quick, and
told of the presence of a master hand in
that line of business. We can imagine the
rascal's disgust over the result. Going for
hundreds of dollars, and getting six bits
worth cf postage stamps, was discouraging
if not exasperating.
The passage of the Mississippi river
improvement bill isarccognitionof Western
and Southern claims upon the favor of the
nation that may speedily lead to something
better. The law thus enacted places the
whole subject f'f river navigation, ;.n l tii-1
protection and red-mption of the lands
upon the river's banks into thehands of t!ie
coni'misMon. It will pass upon the several
plans tint have lee:i suggested for the ac
complishment of these ends, and may, with
out adopting cither, in detail, take th"
best suggestions of all of them. The (w
dan plan of outlets has nothing in it that
will command muchattention.asits imprac
ticability has more than once been demon
strated. The jetty system, aided by levees
and cut oils, is sure to commend itself to the
favor of the commission, In the opinion
of the most skil'ful civil engineers of
the country, whet are not in
terested in rival schemes, there is no more
practical plan for the permanent improve
ment of the channel and the protection of
adjecent lands. Its adoption would invohe
a large expenditure of money; but who can
calculate the valve of the results that
will follow the deepening of the river so as
to afford a twenty-foot channel from Cairo
to New Orleans, and the permanent recla
mation of the millions of acres of f.-rtile.
lands that lie. on cither side of itfThe vahi"
of such results is simply inealcnlabb-. Bit.
such results achieved, the wonderful ju.ssi
bilities of the lower Mississippi valley would
be demonstrated. Cairo would b" a great
inland seaport, and would at once
start upon r.ti era of prosperity that
would out st"ip tiie fancies of the most ar
d'T.t of all the dreams of our earlier dav-.
Alt. kinds of comic and sentimental va!-entiti'-s
at B, F. Parker's City Book an!
A shii'WIjw k:-:: s-ti-or waiting for p. sail
is ,ikc ;i business mail sitliiie' at e.niei.n.
nursing a cough or cold. Oct Dr. Ruii's
Cough Syrup and be cured
Onlv 2 jc
Am. kinds of comic and seritiiii'-eta! val
entines ut H. F. Parker's City Hook and
Hi! THKi.F., Sroe! Don't pass Tirvr
place. There's where John K'oehler keeps,
lie's not left town; but is right ticre iiiin-S'-lf;
and what's more he has just received
a good supply of Imported Liniburger and
Svvit.er cheese, Chicago rye bp ad; and
anybody will tell you that better beer than
his can't be had in Cairo. Are you hungry?
Step right in. He is the only saloon keep,
cr in Cairo who keeps a free lunch spread
from !) o'clok in the morning until 12 at
night. And in wines, liquors and cigars,
nobody keeps any finer, for he gets the best
brands made. Step in, He will treat you like
a prince; and you will lie sure to tell your
friends who are fond of good eating and
drinking to go right to John Koehler's.
Am, kinds of comic and sentimental val
entines at B. F. Parker's City Book and
Two im nduei) persons have the oppor
tunity now of becoming the owner of the
famous nice horse Harlem, through an in
vestment of two dollars. Harlem is an
animal of good Mood, fine mould and fine
appearance. He is tractable, mid would
form an attraction in any stable in the
country. Of his fleet-footcdness he has
furnished undeniable evidence. Just how
fast he can run is probably nut known. He
beats everything tlat has been pitted
against him, nnd that was all that was re
required of him. But Mr. Kynaston has
consented to part with him, and that every
body limy have a chance to possess him
self of 11 fine annual and a lightning racer,
Mr. K. will dispose of him by rallle, issu
Ingtwo hundred tickets tit 2 each. Harlem
nnty bo seen at Fitzgerald's Horse Man
sion; tickets which are selling very rapidly,
can bo found at Pat Fitzgerald's, Mike
O'Donnell's and at Harry Walker's. The
rallle will lake p'aca v. hen the tickets tire
Mit. John II. Bkkciu.ii has vacated the
Court House Saloon, and desires to apprise
tho public that he has taken possession of
his house on Thirteenth street, where he
will open a house for the accommodation
of regular and transient boarders, fur
nishing meals ut all hours, and regulating
Ids prices according to the times. The hun
dreds of citizens and country people w ho
have stopped with Mr. Beet her need hot be
told that ho always feeds his patrons oil the
best that can be had. He is well known
for his good and abundant feeling, and
his acquaintances will be sure to givu him
a share of their patronage, and the public
generally are invited to do bo, likewise.
Johnnie Bowman, the popular minstrel
and great end man, with 11 good variety
troup ut the Theatre Comiqtic, only 2.c
admission, every night. ,
All the finest brands ot 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, at F. Korstnyers, Sixth street near
Hendkhson's 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," Heating Stoves, all kinds, Bird
Cages, Lanterns, Lumps, Chimneys, cut
lery, Plated ware, Carpenteis tools, Files,
Hammer'-, Hatchets. Tin ware all kinds.
Potatoe r.irers and Cutters, and thousands
of other articles that we have not space to
Choice New York Early Rosi
tatoes for sale at the New York store.
(' , Patikk A: Co.
A. Ham.ey, the Cotuincivia 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 bet patterns and
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market ; they are of the heaviest make
and will last longer and use h ss fuel than
any other. Sold so close as to make it an
object to call and examine. Everything
ebe low to suit the times.
Coal! Coal. Wood, Wood. F. M.
Ward has on hand the best quality of coal
for sale ut the market price. Very low.
Also a large stock of wood of all kinds,
lie is well known to t verybody we trust
he will receive his full share of patronage.
Prices to suit the tine s.
BUANCH OcKIC K 1 f Wiiliailis' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansville. at Mrs. Jane s' No
17 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
EroiiTKENTir Anm ai. Ball. The Hiber
nian Fire Company, will give their Eigh
teenth Annua! Ball, at their New Engine
House, on the evening of the litb in-t.
The committee of arrangements are deter
milled to make this ball the all'air of the
s-asi ::, a:el invite the co-operation of thejr
fi Sends in s i doing. Tickets
M. ; . nm:m.,
.Io:iN (': AM V,
I :;!: nr Sx;v; 1:.
1; ok ..vt .sj.Mt.yr The Theatre
op; n 1 wry night. Admis-ion
2 e: to !1 parts of
IMTOKTANT Mt.'io... v. oiling f save mon
ey in purchasing their winter l".o?s atid
shoes. We have on hand and are still re
ceiving, a complete a-soit;i.' nt "flick's
boi,;.. ami -hoc,-, all -tyies and size, of tiie
I" -t St. Louis and Cincinnati hand-made
go. ds. which we sell lower than t ver be
fore, anil lower than lik" good-, can he ob
tailed anywhere in tic city. We al.-o
have a good line of i.e'd, s shoe of the best
manufacture, from a fine kid sewed, to a
Collie grain pegged shoe, all sie.. sold
very close. ('. Kot 11,
No. !ti) Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street.
st Sweet Navy To-
SotTII A MKIIICA AND S( i Til KliN I'M 'I LI)
States. Owing to the warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid, livers, indigestion, uud all dis
eases arising from disordered stomach and
bowels. They should, of course, nt all
times keep the liver active, and to our read
ers we would recommend Tabler's Vege
table Liver Powder; taken in time, it will
often save money ami much sull'ering.
Price .10 cents. Barclay Brothers, agents,
The Bi'ckkve. It is a well established
fact, that Tabler's Buckeye Pile ointment
will cure, if used according to directions,
.Esctilus Hippocastanuin, or Horse (.'lies
nuts, commonly known as the Buckeye, has
been highly esteemed for many years,
owing to the fact, that it possesses virtues,
lying in the bitter principle called Bseulin,
which can be utilized fur the euro of Piles.
If affected with that terrible disease use
Buckeye Pile Ointment ami he relieved
Barclay Brothers, agents. Cairo, Ills.
Decorative Paper Hunger
A SI'ECIAI.TV MADE OF
Glazing ami ICal!-ominin.
Lcttvo Orders nt Durciny'a or Furker'i Book Store.
OTIfE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
KTATB ltr IlKllllliK At'liCHTINat, IIKeKASDt).
, State of Ullnoln, Alexander county, m.
10 the. helm or mild chile, and all others inter
ested: Von are lierebv notllled Hint on Monday. Din 10th
dav or .March, lsril. tuu adnilulxtralor of mid ealatii,
will pre.ein in Ute county court of Alexander
county, at eoun hounc in ciro, IIIIiioIn, hla
Una! report or hla mu ami doliit" as mu'Ii admln
IMr.uor. and uk the court lolieiiimlnirL'ed from any
and ill liirilierdiiiicKumi . j im llti I It l-M connect
ed with ' delate, and hU aliiiiiiinit!ou thereof
ut which lime and place. yti may lie prcent uud
rctlat mieh nop Mention f yn chooe to do.
(Slunedi j'Al L MuwEltV. Adnilnli-lrutor.
KSTATEUP MICIIAM. IMil llAN, JllXKAHKIt.
The underrlL'tii'd. having been appointed K.xcru
trlx or the last will and I ."I n incut of Michael Hoil
t'an hiiuol the comity or Alexander, and Mtuiu nf 1 1 II -I10U.
ilceca-ed, hereby (.'lie notice that hIic will ap
pear before the comity court of Alexander county, at
the court hoiixo In l niiu. 111 the Manh term, oii the
Second Monday In March not, at which time all
per.oiiH having claim a.'niii-l nulil cMatc are no
tified and reipieKiecl to attend lor tin, purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons Indebt
ed to said estale, are reqncled to nnike Immediate
payment to the undersigned.
bated this sMiid davol .liniuarv. A. I). 1ST!I,
ELLEN D'U'UAN, Executrix.
OTICE OF SALE.
In pursuance of an order of the Alexander circuit
court, rendered at the January term thereof. !s;i',
llltheca-e .if Uuliel liatlllev Vs. Nellie I.UfllicV,
J inioihv (iatlney, William liiitlnev and Mary i.all'
ney, p.Milion ror partition. I will oiler (or sale on
Saturday. February lsili, !;!. t jj lock a. in., ut
the front door of tin' court house in Cairo. Illinois
the follottiij' lot or LToiiud. to Hit: Loi No.:), in
block No. l.s. In the lirst addition to the city or
Tkiims One half cn-h. balance parable in one
year, with 10 percept interest per annum, tecared
by personal seeiiriti and trust ib-eil.
JollN a. IfKEVK.
Special .Master in t hulicerv.
Jaiiuarv 17. WU.
For persons reniovhi 10 the reut business riiy.
Chicago, the lo'.loainc; i:. r- a rare chance, vi.: ' '
ror Kent Very Reasonable.
An S room luvellln liiias - with modern Improve
ment and bam afacle-d. In the 1110. t de.'rable re
idem e part of the c:t, i;i ar the Lake. Ilor-e Car.
pass the deur: ami
A:aer. at I..Hi-ain, th- i mire Furniture r.ew Hie
complete, even to hieis- linen: i;,o. ,.r,,i
Willi It. (.entleinaii s i'!e I ar Koad IVieon. livi
t li-h Horse, to 01 sinvie. double, or met. r the
saddle: new -addle. Ac.; Ibos atb.rilin- th.' par
i ha.era home replete with everv comfort at a il.,v .
consideration. W til only he paru-d wUhfore-n .
and wi! tint tie rent.-d nnb-s furniture lmeha-' d
Address. CIIAS. K. Ml I.I.Kit .r. u.. Tribi.i ,'
ISaildltiK. t.hii ai'o.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale IX-aler in I
ICE I1Y THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR .SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
( ) !' k 1 ( : K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee.
! N I' N P A R A L L E I. L E D O I FEB.
A FK EE TEST TRIAL
OF 1.1NE HI'
HRAIni I.KSTOIilXlJ PADS
We will send one of our HEALTH L KsT4.lt
INi, I'AHs ii, tinv Invalid alttlcie.l wiih J.lver
i 0111 siiit 11! . ( II I l.l ,.;! H-.Klt. IMiK.KS,-
1 I'loW ctesTlVL.NEss. Nervous Headache,
' i;.ie;iMa. Ncnou- Debilitv and Impure iilood,
H' thy v. Ill semi us their symptoms nud ml
I ia'"- ami scree lo send u- jc.'.oo if It ilei':s
I a e n,, to their entire sati-iadlon. ritii.-i
I t.lele 1,1 be no euail.'e. We will lb) lllls lo Coll-
public of tin: superior .iluo an .1
OF OUR PADS.
And that lhey will do all we say. . this oiler
will necessarily he limited In number, we hope,
therefore itu 1 iirly application will In made. Ad
dress, erv lic-pcctfullv Your-.
' nu.ti. w.'-ii;r,i:s
l'.J Elm street, Cincinnati. Ohio,
I'hvsicians speak In Terms of Fral-e lu lavor of the
Cincinnati. June , is-,c,.
lluvini; hud Hoinecouslilerable ti 11 0 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 - w ith
the operation of the Fad. I can coiicienciou.ly
recommend ii as 1111 excellent remedy In nil the dis
eases fur which Dr. Forbes conne!s It. use.
UH.,). HALLOW ELL.
i'.li ieorcji! Street, Cincinnati.
What ltev. Joseph Finery, the well known City
Cincinnati. June :;n. lsrii.
lluvini: hud A loin; nciiiiiliiliiticc with Dr. Forbes,
I am Hullslled thai whatever he recommends lie does
so co.-isclciicloiialy, and w ill prove all thev promise.
HEV. JOSEPH EMEliY.
Extract from a few of the .Manv Letters frequently
received ut Ihe (Mllce.
One says: "I feel that your Fads Imre saved tnv
life " Another says: -"Your Fud has Just reached
my Case. It has entirely removed my costlvenesH
and consequent Sick lleiidMchc." Another v rites:
Your Fad uttended strictly to business. 11 ml In
forty-elu'lil hours I fell as well n-cyer. ' Another:
"Your 1'ud has citfed lueof lllllloiisiicss uud a tor
pid Liver. I am beiier limn I hnve been In iwenly
years." Still another savs: - 1 hnre endured all th'u
horrors grow In:: mil ofu torpid LI ver and ) spepsm,
Alter tt si n if your pad all these Ills left inc. One
niore:-"l have used your I'nds with perfectly nuii"
factory results, nnd clicerflillr recoininend lliem to
1 RON WOKKS.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Iitox AVokks
(III OHIO J.KYKK. ('.UU0.1ILS.
John T. .Rom no,
H AVISO established his works ut Die above men
tinned pliien lit better prepared thnii ever for
luiniilfiicturltiir Hteiim Engines nnd Mill Machinery.
Iluvlnu 11 Steam Hummer uud ample Tools, tho
timiitifaclure or nil kinds of MucMncrv, liallrond,
Klcutiihoiit mid ilrldtfc Forulnes inaden'i leclalty.
Especial intention ,'lveu to repairs nf K 'luenutid
llriiKS I'listlnc of nil kinds made to ordci
I'lpcKlttlnii lu all H brunches.