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'ihi! cure-af all dlm-nw nrlin from Impure
rl, and for Invltirt Inc nnd Hlrcnatlicnlntf the
nrsnni. Ari'vou w t'uk. nrrvoiix. debilitated.
t..rl v Hnvi' vnu Idhi vour impclllcr
. :ir ton niiUM-ii. uiu in the bm k. Act II o. Ir.
1 1 ittoy'i HUmhL Searcher will drive out the iIIhchhu
' ("TbriiiL' hack the bloom of Health. rinilfi.
i w. Krj
Krvlnclu. Teller. til t Ithetiin. Ac., lire bill
, Iiidlcjitlmiaof Wood IHn iiw; mid lr. 1.1ml-
f Si Wood Scuri'liiT, by purifi liii the re. stem nof!
Mhr akin and hcaiitilicH tin- eoinplivloii. Sold
i kll lru"i'lx. $1 (H perhnllle. It. E. Seller.
) irK'lor,'l'll1bbiii;. l'a. Ilaiclay linn-., Aj,"'in
' Kerl,ain.(MMiltlrt"olil. II I the most plcinoint
i I popular remedy for Coic-Iih. CoIiIh. Croup.
mnet!B and nil throat nml luinr dli-ciisc. lluf
i - win uw for hall arenturv. Doctors recoinnicml
j preHerllie It. .1. K. Voiuniiii. I.ni O.. "1..
V "It aaved mv two children from tin.- urine
! L Simmon, of Baltimore. MiLalno Hays: "It
: j cure tlio worst coui-h iinnicilluiily. Ask your
lecist or Kuneral alorckccpcr lor it and tuk no
t JT-r, I'ricoH, i'.. .. nml lK'r "''11"- , !)',ml
II i circular. II. K. Seller A' 'o.. Proprietor,
I ttaburir, I'a. Hardily Hro.. Atfi'iitn. C airo.
..-ji.mrd SKI T rifs I.1YEI! FILLS llllVl)
n ih'.i i ii nil hi d rcinedv for Liver Complaint.
itlveniw". Sick Head ui lic. I'aiu In Shoulder or
iik, Dir.ztueas. Coated Tongue, rever nnu nyw;
all dlwiui' nricliiR Irom a derailed tute id the
e.r or Stomach. Thomn Adam, of Sandy.
): Seller' I'M have uivcd hundred of
lam in doctors' bill in till country." II. h.
lura Co.. Proprietor, I'lliabtir;.', l'a. Han-lay
in.. Agent. Cairo.
II. BRYANT, M. D. .
IKFK'E: Klhth and 'a)iln;;ton Aveutto.
L honm-M. a. M. to 'J I', M.
t tESIDENCE: Corner Nineteenth aud Wash-
r H. MAREAN, M. D.,
HomeoiiatliieVhys'tfiiin nml Surgeon.
kce l:i Commercial avenue. ltesldcnce comer
foiirlevnth St. nnd Washinon avenue, Cairo.
b" R. smith, m! d.
Ottii'i; Hinl Ifesiilencc :
21 THIRTEENTH STKEET, CAII.'O. ILL.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
trntH No. 1!W Commercial Avenue, between
hth and Ninth Street
R W. t. JOCELYX,
friCE Eljibtb Street, near Commercial Avenue.
ENER.iL COLLECTOIl (JK DILLS AND KENTS
MU accomita of profecHionnl and buliienn men
femotlv attended to. Uttlce, 1 Commercial ave-
e, between Klbth aud Ninth ptrcctti.
ts CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
, Kofcreuces:-I'rofeaBloual and Eucinc" men of
yM. Q. McGEE,
Dice, overt'. V, R. R. tleneral Oflice.
; SUFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Tonrili and Sixth ma.
INEGAU & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. Hi) Commercial Avenue.
yHE DAILY BULLETIN.
kKFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COI NTY'.
oly Morniiiff Daily in Southorn Illinois.
t Wc are authorized to announce the name of At.
CoiiiNQae a candidate for City Treaaurr at
W A-u1nrr eltv eltH'tion.
i We ar athorlzcd to announce the name of Wt.
ITU L. Hbitoi. a caudldiile for the olHeo of City
Ettaarer, at the euauing charter eleeliou.
r are authorized to announce that Mn.rn W.
kkib t araudidate, at the eunuiug city election,
the oflice of City Tnwurer.
Emtob BuiAKTis: Pleafe iTinoDore that I am a
taadldato for the office of City Trcunurcr, at the
f Edward Dexonia.
i ' j arc anthorii!od to announcii W. V. HrnrcKF.itH
'i ' eandida'o for City Cleric at the approaching
. i : louoicipal election.
1" We are authorized to announce Iaii'ih L. Davis
I ;canJIUaU! for City Clerk at the enmilug uiu
'I ' I We are anthorlied to announce Jon v B. Pimi.mh
irandiduU) for ru-rlectlon to thu oflice of City
Dlcl at the approaching municipal election.
1 We nthnrlw'd to announce thit William 11. How it
:H a candidate for thu ofneeof City Clerk, at the eu-
uinf ltv election.
' TJimra. to wuoa it may ionckkn. The Cairo
nlletln Co., will pay no bill contracted by any of
ntt employe, or any one connected with Tub Bi'L-
Bwt, uulea the atne I made on t written order
5l-rd by tnyMf, and die order miiHt be attached Ui
bi bill when premoited.
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Mratura, 43 3; Kalnfall, 0 Ou Inch.
. W. H.RAY,
; , Serjl't Hi.nal Ooro. U. . A,
jV -1Ih. Brawn, Ih'j Miwi Alice Simonl,
f Add, Jo tlieeuv, viwting mlBtif.
f Burg' r A KurnbHkfr will ojx'n out a
lrft clothing Iiouhc rouii, In the room Into
, -Cbrley plinttl, brother ol Goorjrc,
Cti ttacreUry of the Southern llllnoin In-
1 e Ajyhim, rDturncd to Annyctitraay
. iu-Tlw . KKyPtUQ Myitery, r "Ohoht
- ' coiup y will J"la 10 a tret
Ilciucmber that the (iraiul
)hmli 'Cras Masquerade rall,
under the auspices of t lie K.
M. K. he held in the
St. Charles Hotel 'this even
ing. will, lien itsvoial organs arc jot timlcr
hcttcr control, cull Hurry Wuikcr "papa."
jfjss Jlattie Sciylcnihii, -of Clnirlt'ston,
Missouri, is in thu city, visiting Miss Sarali
Mr. John H. Obrrly returned homo
from Springlit'ld hythu attt rnoon train, yes
terdny. Jud-ro D.J. lJak'jr rtturncd to Cairo,
yesterday, and spent tin; Sahbiith with his
Mrs. J. Eross has gone to St. Louis for
a fuw days, eullod by thu dangerous illness
of her brother.
To-morrow being Anli Wednesday,
will be observed by the congregation of the
Church of the Hedeemer.
A well ttttended rhurch socialile was
held last night, at the residence of Mr. aud
Mrs. Wood Rittciihouse.
The worn-out old fragment of a smoke
stack that surmounted the stone depot, has
been displaced by a new one.
' Mrs. IJarry, mother of Mrs. Wm. B.,
and Mrs. M. V. Gilbert, arrived in Cairo,
yesterday afternoon, ou a visit to her daugh
ters. The Southern Illinois Medical Journal
has made its last appearance in monthly
form. It will appear, hereafter, semi-annually.
(Jo to the Casino Masquerade ball to
night. It wiH be the grandest affair of the
kind ever given in Cairo. Everyboily is
Johnny Crawley, with Brookincyer and
Rankin, of St. Louis, is in the city, ming
ling with his old friends and acquaint
ances. . t
In no way can you spend the evening
more delightfully than by attending the
Cusiin innsqtierade ball, in Turner hall, this
The Ohost-Illusion troupe gives a mati
nee every afternoon between one and two
o'clock, and exhibitions hourly during the
Supper fit the K. M. K. C, will em
brace all the substantial and toothsome
edibles the market affords, and cost only
")0 cents a head.
The Egyptian Mysteries continue to
startle and amuse our citizens, old and
young, male and female. Exhibitions are
given every hour, during the evening.
Remember the Casino masquerade ball
to-night. It is in experienced hands; the
arrangements arc all complete, and a good
time is insured to every one who attends.
The Knights of the Mystic Krew in-
dul.ed in a street parade last night the
funeral profession being headed by a band
consisting of a bass drum and a man to
Jim Cheney, one of the several Fourth
ward family grocers, is the father of a new
boy baby, 'it happened" Sunday, ami
both mother and child in prime condition,
under the circumstances.
Civil engineer, Charles Thrupp, with a
party of stake drivers, rod men, chain car
rit is and axe men, started out on a survey
ing expedition, yesterday morning, the na
ture of which we did not learn.
Mr. Jonas Kipp has resigned I. is po
sition with Messrs. Maekee & Co. . Mr.
Kipp is a miller of muchexpenence, faiuil
iar with all the details of his calling, and a
trustworthy gentleman bridcs.
The attendance at the Presbyterian
Sunday school continues to increase. The
number of scholars present on Sunday
last, reached two hundred and ninety a
gain til about !J0 over the number present
the Sunday previous.
No improper characters, male or fe
male, will be admitted to Turner hall to
night. Von can take your w ives, daughters
or sweethearts with every assur.mec that
they will meet resjvctable people only
The, reputation of the Casino is involved,
and they will preserve it untarnished.
Dr. Arter's general health is good, and,
although he may be booked for several
years' sojourn with us yet, he will never be
able to lay aside his crutches. He spent
Sunday with the editor of Thk Bcm.htis,
managing to climb in and out ol the car
riagi; with very little assistance from others
Wall Street is where money is made
rapidly. You may realize hundreds of dol
lars by inventing if lO in utock operations
thtutiglj the relinble house ot Alex. Froth
ingham & Co., brokers. 13 Wall Street,
New York. Their Weekly Financial Re
port give lull infonnn'ion and is sent free
Mr. C.T. Odiorne, of Boston, Mass., is
in the city visiting his old preceptor, Guurgi
Fisher, Esq., surveyor of the port, etc. If
timo would "roll back in its flight" many
many yenni, it would disclose Surveyor
Fmhcr. with pointer in hand, teaching the
young ideu how to expand, in a Vermont
At hall' past 10 o'clock Sumluy rJight,
we tww three candidate in close button
hole contact with three f null Hmiud of col
jjjwd tut. VeHtenlay morning, as early
CAIRO BULLKTIN: TUESDAY MOKXHNO, FEBIIUAUY 25, 1870.
The management of the K.
M. K.C.'s Masquerade hall, to
night, is committed to the
hands of gentlemen whose
names furnish an absolute
guarantee of harmony, good
feeling and success.
two other squads of colored sovereigns. The
two early birds hud the appearance of hav
ing run all night.
Collector Hodges will start on u tax
collecting tour through the country pre
cincts of Alexander county on thu 10th
day of March, and will complete his
rounds about the J.'ith instant. Previous to
starting and after his return he will be
found in person at his oflice in the court
At the close of the Presbyterian Sab
bath school, and before the children had
been dismissed from the house, the ordi
nance of baptism was admiuisterd by the
Rev. Dr. llurd to the infant child of Rev.
B Y. George. It was an interesting, im
pressive spectacle to the three hundred little
It is reasonably expected that the
Skating rink will be crowded Thursday
night. The contest for the prize will form
a notable feature of the occasion. A num
ber of skaters have avowed a purpose to
enter the lists; and the number who will be
there to sets is named ''legion.'' Your in
vitaton card will always insure you a free
admission. Don't fail to come, and bring
your card with you.
We regret to learn, as we did yester
day evening, that Mr. William M. Atherton
of Unity, is lying so low of tin attack of
pneumonia that no hopes are entertained of
his recovery. .Mr. Atherton wiw horn ami
raised in Alexander county, is largely con
nected with the industial and agricultural
interests of the county, and is well known
and highly esteemed by nearly every rcsi
dent of the county outside of Cairo.
The discourse of the Rev. Mr. Hurd
from the Presbyterian pulpit, Sunday
evening, was listened to with much inter
est and .satisfaction, apparently by every
member of the large audience. The Rev
erent! gentleman is a lini. hed pulpit orator,
and addresses himself hs well to the head
as to the heart of his hearers to their rea
son as well as their sympathies and im
pulses. He left the city by the Illinois
Central, yesterday morning.
A colored man complained to 'Squire
Robiuson, yesterday, that a colored woman
with whom lie had previously hail a slight
disagreement, rushed upon him, a few
minutes afterwards, with a "drawn saber,"
and that, but for his adroit dodging, she
would have cut aud sliced him seriously if
not fatally. The assault, was made upon
him in one ol the shebangs on Fourth
street. As inuurv into the matter was post
poned for a time, we did not learn the re
sult. -The impression that there is a faster
horso than "Harlem"' in the country 'round
about us, crops out occasionally, and leads
to a trial of speed that adds still another
feather to the head-iear of ''Harlem."
We caught the rumor, yesterday, that
Judge Bugg, of Kentucky, has arrived at
the conclusion that it has been reserved
for one of his animals to beat the Cairo
horse and, as a result of that conclusion,
the terms and conditions of a racu are m
course of settlement.
We have received intimations of a pur
pose on the part of Professor Charley
Hardy, to establish a dancing academy.
Given as our people are, to a very great ex
tent, to an indulgence in dancing, as a
means of pastime and healthful recreation,
we sec no reason why such an institution,
onductcd in a genteel manner, should not
prove eminently successful. To know how
to dance isagraeelul accomplishment, and
no parent who expects his child to move In
good society should neglect this essential
part of its education.
The 120th of April will bo very gener
ally celebrated by the Odd Fellows, ol this
State, thu craft in the Northern district cel-
brating the day at Frccport. Mr. Oberly
has been posted as the orator of the occa
sion. His oratorical help has been invok
ed, by letter, from as many as forty or fifty
different localities. As all the applicants
want him on the sumo day, and, as a usual
thing at the same hour, u great many of
them will have occasion to. electrify their
audiences with shapely apologies for the
The people of the State of Illinois,
through the vocal organs of one Aleck
Booth, complained IxTorc 'Squire Comings,
yesterday, that lie. the s:iid Aleck, had been
violently and viciously assailed by one Nel-
son Moon, he, the .said Nelson, then nnd
there having and holding in his right hand
an ugly and wicked knife, of great length,
to-wit: of four inches length. The cvi
dence mudu out a pretty clear ciwe of n.
sault and battery, and under that head
Moon was fined ten dollars and costs. nHV.
ing no money, ho was sent to prison, lloth
parties are colored.
The K's of the M. If. of C, who could
most readily detach themselves from the
pursuit of their usual avocations, were en
gaged, yesterday, in the wotk of cmuplct.
ing their arrangement for their Murdi
Gray nmsqucrndo that is to come tiff in the
St. dharlos this, evening. Evergreens were
MniiU Urns Day, A. P.,
IttTll. The crowning event of
this day will be the Masquer-
ule ball in the St. Charles,
under the management of the
K.M.K.C, Mark the predic
tion,. locus. It is entirely sale to predict that
the Knights will acquit themselves credit-
tbly, and furnish the public, a season of
genteel pastime, genuine pleasure and
harmless enjoyment. That's u habhit the
Krew has acquired.
Thomas (.'. Harper alias Graves ami
Miss Julia Miller, were brought before
'Squire Comings, yesterday, to uir.lcgo
a preliminary, examination under a
charge of adultery nnd fornication. Three
or four witnesses were examined, and as
there was no evidence pointing to the
guilt of tin) accused, the mut
ter looked more like persecution than
prosecution, ami, as a matter, of course,
the defendants were discharged. Mr.
Harper and Miss Millar arc said to be
residents of Missouri, and were in Cairo
but temporarily. No. You are mistaken.
They were not blacks; but whites.
The Padueah News, ot Saturday, gives
the details of a death by suicide, and a
very determined attempt to commit suicide.
But there would be no occasion for sur
prise were such takings-off of daily occur
ence. Padueah is one uf the places where
the people affc morally certain that the evils
they know not of, are not and cannot possi
bly be half as great as the evils present.
Hence, nobody feels disposed to blame
them when they "lly to the evils they l;now
nought of." In other words, humane out
siders are disposed to view with much
leniency the adoption of any means, on
their part, to get out of Padueah.
A majority of the candidates in the
field are devoting themselves with much
zeal to it cultivation of friendly relations
with the colored folks. Two or three of
them seem to be acting under the convic
tion that every time they devote ten min
utes to u negro, they "fix him," irretrievably.
Now, our predictions may not be worth
quite as much as wcie those of our ancient
prototype, but we put it on record anyhow,
that the colored voters will, at the coming
election, utterly astound the several candi
eates, by the manner in'which they "cast
their suffrages." They will not follow the
"bell slice)" this time; but will, as an "emi
nent criminal lawyer," is wont to sty, "vote
The fivqueutcrs of the Theatre
Comique are not worn out by the constant
repetition of the same programme, but wit
ness an en" tire change every night or two.
The new bill presented last night gave the
liveliest satisfaction to everybody. It was
the unanimous verdict of the audience that
the entertainment was the Lest ot the sea
son. It was liberally spiced with local hits
and take-offs, ami won repented and most
animated applause. The burlesque of the
Nurrow-i:augij railroad was a new feature,
and put the crowd into a broad roar of gen
uine lau -diler. To-night tins grand Mardi
Gn.s entertainment will present special at
tractions, and will doubtless fill the house.
Go early, and you will b' sure of eligible
It is almost miraculous that one or
more of the negro urchins who are in the
habit of clambering on the moving freight
cars of the Illinois Central railioad are not
killed every day. Nearly every train that
conies in or starts out, in tlie day time, is
beseiged by a crowd of buys, some of them
not inure than six years of age. Yesterday
one of them lell with both
legs directly across the rail, not four fijet in
front of tin; on-coming wheels. The reck
less boy drew his knees in upon his breast,
and when the wheels ciime by shot his feet
out against them and shoved himself out of
the way. If it hud been a boy upon whom
high hopes and great expectations hadbee
centered, he would have been irround to
Having announced the third candidate
for City Treasurer, we now come to the
fourth, which we find in the person of Mr.
Ed. Dc.onia. Ed. is u young gentleman
whom everybody knows, and stands willing
to endorse as honest, capable and faithful.
No word of personal hmdution that has
been used in connection with the
other candidates for Treasurer, would
be misapplied if tpnlied to Dezfmia. For
many years hu has occupied a position of
trust and responsibility; but, had the re
sponsibility involved all that his employers
have or expect to have, they would have
committed it to his keeping unhesitatingly,
feeling absolutely assured of the in
corruptibility of honesty and integrity.
He is, too, a good accountant, and would
make an efficient officer as well us n trust
worthy A third candidate for the oflice of City
Treasurer, In the person of Mr. Miles W.
Parker, Is In the field. Parker is a thirty
year resident of Cairo. Everybody knows
him, lt nobody can truthfully connect his
name with an net that rellccts upon his hon
esty and integrity us a num. Ho possesses,
therefore, the leading per-requlsite he is
honest. He is poor, and runs for the office
not for any particular love of office-holding,
but beca"10 he needs tho pity attached to
the position. He, therefore, wishes it to lie
understood thit ho is a candidate, and will
Kveryarranemeat hasbeen I
perfected; and the K. M. K. ,
promise the people of Cairo
that their Masquerade Hall, in
the St. Charles Hotel to-night
.shall be the largest and most
enjoyable re-union of the
kind ever held in Cairo.
officer, nnd that conviction being general
among the voters, it is hazarding nothing to
to say that he. will be warmly and earnestly
supported, from the commencement of bis
campaign to its close.
Sunday night, while officers Cain and
ofinsteud weru making their accustomed
rounds, they discovered a rope stretched
across the sidewalk on Commercial avenue,
near thu New Y'ork store, and a telegraph
wire across the sidewalk on Twentieth
street. The object, of course, was the up
trip pedestrians the 1ms who set the traps
being hidden somewhere in the neighUir
hood to enjoy "the fun," of seeing the passers-by
tumble. It is probably
due to the fact that the
the officers named were the tirst to luiss
that way, that we, are called upon to record
a serious accident. Had any of the neigh
bors had i ceassiit' lo run for a doctor, they
would probably have dashed their brains out
on the sidewalks. The boys guilty of such
deYclmcnt should be tu:d up, and given at
least one hundred honestly npplcd lashes.
The police are on the look-cut for tin.' young
rascals, and if they are caught, they will be
punished to the full extent of the law.
John H. (.'arter, more generally known
as Commodore Rollingpin. reached Cairo
yesterday; and will deliver his lecture in
Reform lull, this evening. Carter has
many friends among the older settlers of
Cairo who were glad to meet him, and
glad to hear that he is comfortably situated
on the editorial stall of tin: St. Louis
Times-Journal, tilling the position of
river editor. Starting in life
as a friendless news-boy, and coming up
to the estate of manhood through the de
vious ways of river life, without a day's
schooling, he certainly deserves credit,
should he never move a peg higher in the
esteem of the public. He fills his jxisition
on the T-J. well, and to the entire satis
faction of bis employers, who lend him a
most flattering and unequivocal endorse
ment. He repeats his lecture the first time,
before an audience, to-night ; hence, should
it confer distinction upon him, the people of
Caiio will have the honor of being the first
to hear it.
A German laborer named Jacob
Scheppz, sickened last week, und on Tues
day evening he died. He had lx.'en dp
pendent upon occasional jobs in und about
the elevator, for his means of subsistence,
and was entirely destitute when taken sick.
Nobody felt any particular interest '"in the
poor fellow, and the surviving members of
the family failed, for some reason, to make
their extreme destitution known. As a
consequence, tilt dead body remained
uncarcd for from Tuee.lay until
Thursday two full days. This fact com
ing to the ears of one of the neighbors, he
applied to the Overseer of the Poor for help
to bury the body. The Over- :er promptly res
ponded to this appeal, with the facetious
suggestion that they "tie a rope around the
dead man's neck aud I1. ing him into the
Ohio." Finding that neither the counc
ilor the city would take cure of tin; body,
the neighbois provided a rough coffin, and
taking the body beyond the lever, put
it und'T ground. Scheppz was net
a patip"r, in tho eyes of the law, but. lie
left his family utterly destitute. Itseenis
to its that our system of county charities
should be so enlarged as to cover cas -s of
this character. Had the Overseer ordered
the burial of the body at the county's ex
pense, he would have overstepped the lim
its of his authority; but he certainly would
have been guilty of no excess had he turned
away the applicant with a humane answer.
The feelings of the living can be wounded
through their dead more readily and acutely
than in any other manner. In this case
we happen to know that a "soft answer"
would have turned away a great deal of
writh not of the demonstrative kind, but
the wrinkling wrath that grows stronger
us it grows older.
Til K i:i;.Miii, yesterday that, the K. M. K.
C. had failed to get the St. Charles, is false,
and the originators are aiming at injuring
the Krew. The committee have had the
hall engaged for two weeks, and have
spait'd no expense in decorating fur t hi; car
nival. Those w ho propose to attend will be
received with courtesy by the reception
committee and every person of it respectable
character will bo admitted regardless of
their worldly standing. Do not let disre
putable rumors detain you from going and
having a good time. Nothing will appear
or be done that will mnr the feeling or
pleasure of the most discroet. Our reputa
tion vouches this assertion.
A FEV0F()( irpriTES.
10 lb Snow White Su;rr $1 i)i
12 m Light Sugar.... ' I lu
ll lb Brown Sugar 1 00
lb Choice Rio Coffee...., 1 00
ItbGood RioColl'ec J 00
alb Con Best Tomatoes N
Yarmouth Corn per tan
35 th Foxes St.ireli 1 00
35 Bars Soap, 1 1, ..i,,.!, .; 1 00
P. B. IKihltneM tier bushel ,S('
Give us ii H d -md don't forget tll(! l'1"'1''
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lowlir.' miliied pliii'i'k.Nl tin- till:,-. In low lnli:d
for I In- pin pii"' of "nil' i'l ini( "i" li';w:irii' of Alex
iiuil'T t 'uiinu. Illiiinlx fur th i A. Ii. is',, mm! nil
llm k Tuxes ibs! apt r mi Tux Hunk fur A. I) H',h;
oin tin- time nllnwi'iUiy In w la nliurt lor ( ullei.lini-
till' tllXI'K. Illlll lllllkilll.' I"'lllelll"lll. I'll-., lllIpMU lK
wiil lit iniii' .i'l- I hi' i-vi'i.itv ui' pic lh''iip. lit oiiif,
nml liy no lining tln'ir lownlilp I ri-iiK-irt h v.ill le-ri-lvi'
the hi liool iiiuiii-v Ix'lonu'iliif lo tho illlluri'lil
s' liiiiil illflrl. i. put He ir li-in In ,n nnd t.avi' pujiiii;
Inli'ri-ht in, ihi'ir i le diili . iMi m
At .tori' itii nl iiiilili- A Dlirliuiii In Tuli'ilu.
Ilii.li'wiiiiil pi-i'i-lnt, mi 'i tiixl.iy. Mnii-ii llili, i;;i,
III K li'i llli k u in.
At siore lin.i-c r.f .luh'i I'.oli'u In Smidii'kv,
S,iinlnkv pn-.-liii l I'O V. ilm -ii:, .-. M.iii li p.Mli ln,Si,
Al etnri' hull of It. I I i'l Ii-in Invs n n( llndu'i .
1'iirk, t Hit v pnrlm I. on Ti.nrilii.'.. Mi.rt il l illi. ls',11.
At Stlll'ti ItllllM' S V llr'llt I, CI , KillL'1- hill-
tion. Ili'icli lilile p:iviii'-l. mi 1'il.liiv, Miin li Htu.
Al i. lore liniiii' of K. ' nil' v A i n . In I leiir Crunk
pri'i iiu-t. on MoiiiIiiv. Mbii Ii I'll". Is'.K.
At Hlorn liii'i'i' ul It A. lMiiHiiiMiu In Kimt Capn
(ilnirdoii pn riiii I. mi Tui h. :! -. M m i lsth. lST'.i.
At Htnri'ol II. I'. linmiuV Pro., ii. ton mil Thi'lim,
Tln-licM pii'cini t. on Wi'iliii'hilM. Mil i-r n Huh, ST!t.
Al .torn of A. II. Irebnil in Icui n Santa Kit.
Simla KfU pr'Tiie t un Tl.uinlnv. ?.lnn Ii joili, f,H.
Al otop) hiiili'i' of K. I) Alh lull in I.oonO U
luiiu prci'liitl. on Krnl iv. Mim-h -'ii-i. m;;i.
At p'oldi'iiei! uf N. ltd iir-iti -lii-i ii I. like Million
pi'i'i Imt. on Snlnnlio . Mun h ISTn.
At ri'iddi'iiru of IVu r S.-uip In Kirit Cairo precinct
on Tiu-wiluy. Mnrc-ha. s;n.
At M'iit- uoiikp of Gnldhtine A H.i-niwiili r in
Si-rond ( ulro prui lm l, on W rdiii-ndav. Mnn li a.th.
At Htoii' Iioiih of I'ntrii-k Kil'.'i mid. riiriii-r Mill
strci-t and milium ial nv-iiur. in Thtril Cairo pa
ciiict on Thnimluv. Mun h ZTlli. isv.i.
Al Hiori! Ihiiihi- ol Krnmi I'l-iilt. In KIMh Cal.o
pri'cinct. on Kridn.i. Mnn li i. s;y.
At tin' C ourt Urn-" in hnintli Cairo pii'i imt, on
Saturday-, .March SMlli to April Hlli. 1S71I.
SIhtM and Ki-tirtl io i ollicloi.
Dated thin Cairo. III.. February Sid, 1ST!).
f AUDI GHAS 15 ALL.
AT THK ST. OlIAKIJ
To he had a lie- door, or of ihv
l'Cll''l' llo'i .
Tiber i!ro.. Phil II. nnp. I'icUC s ),
Scliuh, h. I'. I'ark-r. .eo, I. iCIIara
huh. I'n'il II
ni.it I m I.
Tin' ;riinl K. M. Iv. .'.
MARDI GRAS MARCH AND TACTIC
Will take place at !) o'ro It nharp - evr.,boiiy
pivM'tit to participate.
( nine and thin carnival rini;. :ialh. Inii.
kllii!" and (liie' im. a nn.i xpeliiic' will be p ir J l-
make It ilcn tinu rare
thk t iMMirrn:
Will deliver hi liacy and Iunlruclh: S rio miic
THE l'.hir CKXTIHIV,
RKl'OIJM CLUH 1IALI,
For the benefit of Hit- Club anil the i uinmodoi' . on
Tuesday Night next. :'5tJi ins!.
ADMISSION, jy ' clIll.DIJKN. 1.",,.
RAND MASqUKRADi: BALL
Given by the
Turner Hull IWv 'loth 11171),
. . .10 cents
T'n l.e! run be piocuri-'l nl 1.01'in Ib:rlv-rt'n. II.
Meyi rV. iin'.il-liiie A; Wiwuv. aUir's ami oj the
eveiiiiii at lb' door.
en i;i.i:s s!TI()i:n.mi:yi"i:. .urns Ki:m.i:ic
IIKMiV m:EIIlAM.I.Kl Kl.lill.tiKulli.KSTAT
I.Kit I om in I: I'M' of Arriiiii.'cmemi'.
iN I'NPARALLELLF.D OITLR.
A FKEE TEST TKIAL
OF ONE OH
1)1 J. FOXR-UKS'
HEALTH .EST()!IX(J PADS
We will "did onn of our HEALTH IIKSTOU
INO PADS to nnv Invalid iiuTietod w ilh l.iver
complaint. CHILLS mid FKVFlt. INDKUiS
1TON. COSTIVENF.SS, Nitmich lliiiibichi.',
DvspepHln. Ncrvoim Dclilllly und Impute Mood.
If' thi v lll 'end ii h their Hi nipti'iim and ad-dri-n
iiml B-.-reo to send iik fi.'.ni) If It etli'i'tK
a cur" to llielr entire futlsliiction. ntlnoxx !i
tlicrp will be ii ' clnirt'e. W'k will do this in con
vine the public of the ttlipeilor value an a
OF oun pads.
ik1 Unit lli'-v will do ull we nay. . tliix olier
will ni'ri'HMirllv lie United In riuiiiber, we, hoiie,
therefore, an eiirlv application will ind. Ad
Very H.ipectni)ly Yourn.
0 Dli.ti. W. KOMHKS.
ITi Elm eli'i'i'l. Cli.ciiiniitl. Ohio.
Pin niclutiH speak in Term or Pralso In favor of the
Cincinnati. .June . lHVIi.
llminn had aoinecoiiHldiiiiibloaciiiiiiinlanci' with
1 1,,, npeiatloii of thu I'nJ. I can ioiicIciicIoiihIv
ii'coinini'ud Huh mi exci'llctit remedy In nil I In- din-I'lHi-vfor
which Dr. Forbe" ciiiiiihi'Ih Iih iihc.
i.iHiMorui.in .I.HAI. LOWELL.
tii'B Ocorjfe Streui, Clnt'lHiiail.
Whul Dev. JoM'tih Kriier-v. thu well knoMi City
Cincinnati, .tunc I HTH.
Ilnvlos Iiml a Inn.' Hripiiilntaucu wliu Dr. Forbe.
Uiii autlHlled that whatever he rwoniinendn h do'.
0 ronsclenctoi'iilv, and wlil prove nil lliev premlHC
DEV. JtJSEI'H R.VKKY.
Exliwls from a rev of the Many Letters fretpicntly
IT-ri'lvcd at Hie Olllce.
One : "I feel tlnil vour 1'iidn hnvi1 aaved tnv
life." Another hivi": "Vour I'ad Iinh Jiiat niwhed
in raar. H hu entirely rcinovcil my cosllvcncM
atid eoiiHeqiuiiit Sick Hradaclic." A enlber v rltea:
"tourl'ad aiiended tr Icily to tiimlncHH. and la
I'lirtt-dlirlit hour I felt aa well kh i'vrr." Anolhnt:
Vour I'ad baai-iintl mi'of IIIIIIimihiivh and a tor
pid l.iver. I am iK'tier tlnin I huvo breii In tweiily
veara " Ktiil anotliHr aaya: I hnvii endmcd all lliu
horrora rnwlntf rut of a torpid Liver and Dyniiepaia.
Alti'Mialnit your pad all lhci Ilia lfi me. " On
; "' v""r :"' nerf-ctlv Mllt-