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II. BHYAXT, M. I).
OFFICE: Eltthth and WasliliiKtoii Avenue.
Ulhctionrs-K. a. . lo!r. .
HKSIDKNC'E: Corner Nineteenth ami Wash
ington. h. marean, m. d.,
Homeopathic Physician und Sursreoit.
Office 1W Commercial avenue. Hesidence corner
Konrl. uth St. null Washington avenue, aim.
R. SMITH, M.D.
Office ami Ki Aihwf :
.1 THIHTEENTH NTKEET. CW1I10, ILL.
11 K. W. WMTLoCh,
OmiT-Nn. W. Commercial
Ktchlh od Mmh Streets
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
D ENT 1ST.
OFFICE Eighth Street, ucnr Commercial Atenno.
O. T. "WIIITLOCK,
UKNEIULCOLLECTUlt OK KILLS AND KENT
Alt account's nf pnIeinnal and business men
piumptly attended to. nmce. i ommiTuiw e
ue, between Eighth and Ninth streets.
Hefcreuces: Professional and Hushns men of
"yyM. Q- McOEE,
Attorney -at-1 -aw,
Bee, ovcrl. & V. K. It. Oncral Wxv.
y P. WHEELER,
OFFICE Ohio Levetvb.n. Fourth and Sixth ts.
JINEGAR A: LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 1WCoinmerci.il Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAP KIM K ALEX A SDK K COUNTY.
Only Jlopning Duily in Southern Illinois.
JITY TKEAH ItEK.
We are authorized to anuounce the name of Al
nicn Comstos a a candidate lor City Treasurer al
tbe euauiu;; city elecllou.
We are athorized to announce the name of Wal
tkb L. IIbjstoi. an a randlrlnte for tin? office of City
Treasurer, at the ensuini: charter election.
Wo are authorized to announce I lint Mii.kh W.
PaKKH in acaudidiite, al the enMilu, city i--tti"ii,
for the ofllca of City Treasurer.
KtiiTim Hci.i.etin: Plouse announce that I in a
candidal!) for the office of City Treasurer, at lh?
approaching city election,
Wc arc authori.ftl to aiinoiitirc W. F. Son ret; fits
aaacaudidilio for City Clerk at the approaching
We are authorl.H to iiuuounci' Locis L. Davis
a a cnut)ldnte for City Clerk ul ihu ciinilnx niu
We are authorized to uimomicc .Inns I'.. Pint.i.iH
m a candidate for re-election to the oftice of City
Clerk at the approaching mmiit'ipul elecllou.
Wcanthori.ed to announce thnt William II. Ilowr.
1 a ramlidate for the otlaeot' city Clerk, at the en
Kulng itv election.
SimcB. to whom it .may i onclun. The Cairo
llulletiu Co., will pay no hilli contructeil ly tiny of
tlx rmploycH, or uny one connected with Tin; lit -l.rriM,
nnlem the Ham Ik made on n written order
iTi'd l,y niyaelf, and the order niiti-t lie imp lied to
the bill when prexented.
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Hionai, OrneR, I
Cairo. III.. Kcli li.'.. IMVli. (
Time. liar. Ttier. Hum Wind. Vei. Weather.
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p. m SH.fiM
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Maximum Temperature. M ' ; Hiulmum Tem
ixiraiure, u" : llalnfall, U W Inch.
1 - W. II. HAY,
Hurg'l Signal Corua, L'. H. A,
Ir. J. B. Rcod is conHtnirtin a new
walk in front of lii residencu on Twentieth
I)r Sullivtin was uliroud,' on horse-
hack, yesterday evening a fact tlitit imli
cated his recovery from liis recent Hiekness
Among otlicr consignnientH to the
Cairo express office,' yesterday, was a corpse,
the box bearing the address of "Mrs. Har
Mr. W. II. Ifartniunn and Mr. O. W.
Meyer, propii torn of the Ilellevillc "Star
Brewery" rc in the city, und fvhtivated
with Caslnu'a hint night.
Hon. T. Vf. llttlliday has lx en assigned
to a position for which his ahility peculiarly
adapU him, vi.: a iiii'iiilii'rshi) of t!iu sub
committee on revenue.
Mr. Junies Winston, of Gimid Chain
wan In the city, yesterday. We arc film
to learn that his, father Col. C. Winston
who has lieen ill fur several months, is regain
ing his health.
Patrons of the Ghost Illusion show
complain thut tin; playing of the hrass
ha id, inddo the hall, is de tl'nuing strik
tho ''tyitipanuui" with Mich violence as to
bo exceedingly disagreeable, in fact pain
ful. Wo take it hack. The I'mniealors of
which we spoko yeoti-nluy, viz: Mr.
0 raves and Miss Miller, were not white, um
Ktatod, but black "us Eiehus, tar, Egyptian
ilarkntwa, ir a lythbrj nUo that Is descrip
, tire of mtonif? blackness.
In tho fashion cento: the sp t taelc
would have excited little attention: hut the
lady seen ujon our streets yesterday, attend
md by Iter page or tralL-Cunler, was the
TliE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WKDXESDAY MOKMMd, FEBRUARY 2tf. 18T9.
observeil of all tibservers. The train was
about six feet in length; the boy something
over three feet, making nine feet of train
-Mr. Oberly's little daughter, Ruth,
who w.is attacked by diptheria, Monday
night, was somewhat better, yesterday
j,.rry Wanljkf.. . n-tflit who was shot
by Jim Tnruer, on the --teamer Scudtler,
about it week ag.), was still alive at noon,
on Monday; but wa, to usj the blasphe
mous language of P.ultieah, "hooked for
the blue beyond,"
Aunt Judah Atherton, nf Unity, per
haps the o',det living resident of Alexander
county, is said to be lying dangerously ill
of pneumonia. She is the mother of W. M.
Atherton. to whose death we make .refer
ence in another column.
Citizens who listened to the music of
the Ghost Illusion band, yesterday, admir
ed the playing of tho lirst baritone (some
times designated tenor) and their admira
tion of tbe skillful execution and tine tone
was not diminished any when they ducjv
ered that the pcrtormer was a lady.
The horse rac ; between Harlem and a
Kentucky animal, of which we spoke yes
terday, is "off" tho backers of the Ken
tucky horse wisely concluding that the
greenback oird they had in hand, was
worth a larire flock of like birds in the
Harlem bush. In other words they didn't
Alexander Allen, better known in
Cairo as Eck Billingsby, died iu Dexter
City, Missouri, on Monday last, quite sud
denly. He w as in Cairo, last week, bought
a photographer's outrit, took lessons in
photography, and returned to Dexter with
the view, of setting up iu the business of
picture-taking. We did not learn the
nature of his ailment.
Our late fellow-citizen John Tanner,
now of Missouri, was mad : the victim of
misplaced confidence, lie let a few friends
have some whisky, on the Sabbath day (at
leafct that's the way the story goes) w as ar
rested, and got out of the scrape on the
payment ot one hundred and titty dollars.
John bad better move back 'o Cairo. The
whisky business will never prove a source
of profit at that rate.
Mr. Barn, from Nevada, brother-in-law
to the Messrs. Gil'K-rts, is in the city.
He says that the Leedsville mining
excitement is probably the out-cropping of
some specu'ation at all events it is un
warranted by the facts of the case. Hun
dreds of poor fellows have been deluded
thither wh:. are unable to get away, and
inu-it face hunger and distress if they stay.
It is a cruel, heartless hoax
While '"Gypsie Mary" wns passing
ulong Fourth street near Washington
avenue, early yesterday morning, she de
tected by the wayside a bundle, which she
supposed containnd clothing. Upon open
ing the bundle, however, she discovered a
newly born babe, as naked as it came into
the world. She carried the little waif from
house to house, in the hope of finding some
one who would assume charge of it, but
without success. She finally secured shel
t r for the little cr.'ature, and again applied
herself to the work of finding some one
willing to adopt it. With what success,
we have nut learned.
-More men and woiin-n have died of
pneumonia, in Alexander county, during
the past three months, than died in
Cairo during the four months of yellow
fever. We may go further, und say that
the per cent of recoveries tmni attacks 'of
pneumonia is no greater than that of the
yellow fever. Yet upon the advent of the
one among us, great alarm ensued, anil
three or four thousand persons tied the
country. The presence of the other
equally fatal, doesn't excite the slightest
ripple of excitement is spoken of when
death occurs, but scarcely ever, other
Marshal Arter received a telegram
from Charleston, yesterday, that the authori
ties there had a man under arrest w ho fully
answered the discription of the negro who
murdered Zimmerman, at Mounds Junction,
a year or more ago. The Marshal went
over, but with no lively expectations of
finding the right man. He giys that he
has expended about $70 of his own money
in a fruitless search for the murd rer al
ready, aud is inclined to "call a halt" on
such outlays. He expected to return to
Cairo by the 4 o'clock train this morning.
While the Mary Houston was lying at
our landing the other day, a breathless
messenger arrived at police headquarters
und announced that the mate ami a negro
deck-hand had had a fight; the mate hud
shot and killed the negro, and be thought
it likely that the negro had killed the
mate. A couple of officers hastened to the
wharf, and finding no dead bodies lying
around, exteud.'tl proper inquiries. In
duo time they were informed that a passen
ger, unwilling to leave h's loaded shot gun
In the cabin, had stepped to the outer
guard and emptied both barrels into the
river. And upon this foundation wus tho
startling story fabricated.
Tho Union County Statu Cuards, un
der tho cwnmund of Cupt, James A. Nolan
and First Lieut. Win. A.Moreland. arrived
in Cairo, yesterday, and remaH-'d until the
d piirture of the night train. Tho company
li armed with Springfield breech loading
rillo, and wu are glad lo add that General
Shernun complimeuted it us tho best
drilled and most soldierly company present
at the Soldiers' Re-imum in .ut. vernon,
last September. It also ranked sixth, on
that decision, in target practice. Tho com
pany has tho fid! complement of men
and officers; but only almut thirty fouud it
convenient to pay us tho hono of a visit
W were admonished, yesterday eve
ning, of tin! approach of a polar wave that
would probably call overcoats und inullleis
into requisition, this morning. At Omaha
there had been a fall of 4!) degrees in the
preceding 2i hours and at Leavenworth
A man named S. J. Jones fifty or
fifty-live years old, was beaten out of thirty
dollars, yesterday, by i brace of sharpers,
who happened to be traveling in the same
direction, as they said, and wdio for that
reason, became exceedingly friendly. The
old dunce bet his thirty dollars on his knife
opening abilities, and not being able to
open a knife, the blade of which was rivit
ed, he lost his money. He was quite in
consolable afterward, and being unable to
find the scoundrel who had his money,
"blubbered" like a child.
It is with feelings of more than ordin
ary regret that we record the death of W.
M. Atherton, of Unity. On Sunday last wc
made mention of his serious illness, ami
expressed the fears indulged by his friends
that he would not recover. He died Tues
day evening, having been sick but a few
days. His loss will be seriously felt, es
pecially in the neighlxirhood where he
lived. He was an enterprising and suc
cessful busine-s man, largely engaged in
farming, in saw milling and to some ex
tent in merchandising. He gave employ
ment to a large uumberof laUrers, team
sters and others, and enjoyed the reputa
tion of paying his men well, and always at
the time promised. If we except the
McClures, it is probable that no man out
side of Cairo employed more men than Mr.
Atherton, or did more to build up the pro
ductive and industrial interests of the
county. He died of pneumonia.
--We, the editor, have long Wen accorded
a reliable discriminating sense whenever
we came to pass upon the quality of the
fluid extract of coffee. This granted,
our recommendation ot the coffee
brewed by the "Boss Coffee Pot,"
is entitled to respect and confi
dence. We have tried the " J.-s" and
fimi that it doesn't "go back" on its rec
ommendations. Using 2-j per cent, less
coffee than formerly, our "caterer" pro
duced a really superior cup of coffee. With
out " clearing," the liquid is clear, entirely
devoid of settlings, of a detp amber color,
ami charged with all the strength und de
licious aroma of tho parched berry itself.
Having tried it, we could not be persuaded
to part with it. It will pay for itself a half
dozen times every year, and is a constant
guarantee that our table will be supplied
with the best coffee that can be made.
The audience t hat assembled to hear
Comodore Rollingpin's lecture, hist night,
was one of t!ie most select and intelligent
that ever assembled in Cairo. The threat
ening character ot the night, and the varied
and sundry attractions elsewhere, prevented
many from attending who, otherwise, would
have been present; but the crowd was re
spectable, nevertheless, even in pi'int of
numbers. Tho Commodore appear
ing before an audience for the
first time, was somewhat embarrass
ed, at the commencement; but this teeling
soon gave way to one of confidence; and be
fore he closed he was perfectly at " at him-
self" be had recovered naturalness of
voice and ease of gesture. From this
point forward the applause was frequent
ami spontaneous. The humor was of the
gtnuine type, and singularly free from
coarseness. The lecture throughout,
bore the impress of originality
passing, by sudden but not abrupt stages,
from the witty to the pathetic, aud, closing,
his peroration was simply grand, i:nd won
as it deserved to win, many ecomiuins from
those whose commendations ought to be
luglily prized, mere are some tilings
in the lecture that should be eliminated,
other things that need a little to.iing
down, und still others that might be abbre
viited. These trivial faults the Commo
dore will correct, as they force themselves
upon his attention. This done, and his
touch of embarrassment overcome, as it
soon will be, the lecture will be well re
ceived wherever and whenever repeated,
Few names connected with the rail
road interests of the West are more famil
iar to the people than the name of Bob
Forsytlie. For many years it was held as
tho Kynim'm "f lmN',n,,H ,;,(' 11,1,1 1" rNmH'
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integrity. He had personal friends and
acquaintances everywhere. For the few
years past, however, his name hint not been
kept before the public, und thousands of
those who knew him ami felt most kindly
toward him, lost track of him altogether.
These, with all others who knew the man
us he was, will read tho paragraph given
below (which we clip from the Cincinnati
Commercial) with feelings of profound sor
row and regret. Tho occurrence detailed
transpired several days ngo; but wu feel
assured that Forsytho's acquaintances here
abouts havo not, as yet, been apprised
thereof: "The veteran railroad mn, Robt.
Forsytlie, left tho city last Tuesday under
circuiiistunccs that load his personal fr lends
to the conclusion that ho must have been
insiuio. Ho had taken out from the I, (j. &
L. ticket officio four tickets for points far
west, the prices of which was uliout 17fl,
stating that ho ha.1 purchasers fur them.
lle never returned, and his wife, us a conse
quence, has been in deep distress fur sev
eral days. It was found that Bob had sold
the tickets to Mr. Frank a scalper. How
much he gave for them Mr. Frank would
not tell. The tickets were taken from him
by the 1. C. & L. people, on u writ ot re
plevin, yesterday. Such a .thing as dis
honesty of this kind on the part of Bob
1'orsy the doesn't seem possible. It was known
that he and his wife ami daughter were liv
ing off the proceeds of the wife's property
m ar v levctaiiii aim mat lie nmi long oeen
hard up. But that he should abandon his
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w ife and daughter and leave the city for a
paltry hundred dollars or so can hardly be
accounted for, save by the idea ol nn insane
fit resulting tnmi drink perhaps. Mrs.
Forsytlie, who is very well conuected here
and in Cleveland, has the hearty sympathy
of many friends."
P. S. A little thought and inquiry as
sure us that we have expended our sympa
thy upon the wrong "Robt. Fnrsytho." The
Forsytlie of the above paragraph is not the
Forsytlie who at one time tilled the po
sition of general freight agent of the Illi
nois Central railroad; but some other man.
The Forsytlie we had in our mind's eye
was in Cairo yesterday, sound in mind and
Wdy. and certainly not in a condition to
call for either sympathy or solicitude
from any quarter.
The habit that has obtained among Cairo
pcuple, of delaying their arrival at the ball
room until a late hour at night, served to
greatly discourage the masquerades given
last night. It was fully ten o'clock before
the festivities were hilly under way, either
at the St. Charles, where the K. M.K. C.
held forth, or at Turner hall, where the
Cairo Casino and their crowd fcMivatcd.
At the St. Charles as many as mic hundred
and fifty persons assembled, and it is -aid ! ' Guteiiliouse. r.sq.. I iiursiiay evening,
that between 80 and 100 of the,e, were in 1 February 'JTth. A cordial invitation is ex-masks-.
We intended to present iist of tended to all.
the characters represented, but upon at
tempting to put our design into execution,
found the task most difiicult of accom
plishment, and, therefore, abandoned it.
The Knights UJ decorated the hall quite
skillfully, the floors bad Wen thoroughly
cleansed aud waxed, and, in addition to the
numerous gas jets, there waagreat tl'xxl of
light from lamps, fixed where they
would l,do tho most good." lioicourt's lull
cotillion band supplied most excellent
music, and the supper spread by Valentine
Resch was abundant in quantity, and most
appetizing and tantalizing to the hungry
participant in quality. At twelve o'clock
the maskers unmasked, and after
enjoying their mutual surprise-,
partook of the supper. To what
hour the festivities were kept up, this
deponent saith not; but the spirit of jovial
ity tbe disposition to "on w ith the dance,"
that Wtrayed itself when our reporter h it
the ball, indicated a determination to act
up to the old refrain,
We won't zo home 'til morniic'.
Til daylight doth appear."
It was fully 10 o'clook before the crowd
assembled at the Turner hall; but
when it did come, it s"c:neii
com" all at once. The managers acting for
tW Casino society had oerfected all need-
fill !.rrati"eiiients, and nothing remained to
be done, on th" arrival of the participant-,
but to enter Upon the pleasures of tin:
ive'iing. Tin: large hall was brilliantly
lighted, Prof. Eis. ri berg's band discoursed
the music, which of itself lent a rare charm
to the occasion. Tho attendance was large
had the turn out Wen larger the enjoy
ment might have been hss. As
i at the St. Charles-,
I costumes were really
j representative; but
a still larger
number grotesque and fancy. Every face
I that could be seen wore a smile, and if any-
body failed to enjoy himself or herself, he
or she must lack inwuidly for the cause, for
.lt.L.'t ill, ll,n I,, .in. ,,.,,( I'. .it. !
11 1HU1I V "ivii in,, mining- nn. in. ijiiiii
balls were grand social successes, and the
originators ought to be and no doubt are, j
well satisfied with the results.
THE "BOYS IN BLUE"' INDULGE IN
Caiuo, Ills,, February 1H79 .
Ediioh Caiuo Bulletin. Please insert
the follow ing:
At a meeting of Company t!. 11th Regi
ment Illinois National (Juard, of Anna, held
this afternoon at the Planters House, the fol
lowing proceedings were had. Mayor
Brown, of Anna, was called to the chair,
and Con O'Callahan was elected Secretary.
Capt. James A. Nolan offered the following
resolutions, which wero on motion of Lieu
tenant Morehind adapted :
Resolved, That the thanks of Company
G, are hereby tendered to tho Illinois Cen
tral railroad company, Mayor Winter, of
Cairo, Treasurer Parker, R. Smyth & Co.
especially, and to the citizens of Cairo gen
erally, for their cordial reception of our
Company on our present visit to the city of
Resolved, That wo as citizens and
soldiers, extend to the citizens of Cairo
especially her worthy Mayor, a cordial in
vitation to our little hunilet culled Anna,
where we hope to prove our gratitude, by
having our latch strings out to extend tho
hospitality of our city.
Wm. M. Biiow.n, Chairman.
C. 0. Callahan:, Hec'y,
The Bkckkvk. It is a well established
fuct, that Tublor's Buckeye Pilo Ointment
will cure, if used according to directions.
yEsculus JlippociistiiiHiin, or Horse dies
nuts, commonly known us the Buckeye, has
boon highly esteemed for many years,
owing to tho fact, that it possesses virtues,
lying in the bitter principle culled Esculin,
which can bo utilized for the cure of Piles.
O U R NEW NO. 8.
NO SHUTTLE TOTIIKEAD
ami 1 ifipitllv
The Best Sewing Machine in the World!
Agents WsuiUmI lOvoi'vwlMire.
WUEELKK it WILSON" MAXUFACTUllIXfi CO.,
NO. 415 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
St. Louis, AIo.
C. I I A X XV,
If affected with that t ruble disease, use
Buckeye Pile Ointment and be relieved.
Baiclav Brothers, agents. Cairo, Ills.
will give a
uf the Presbyterian church
sociable at the residence of
All Iwbies are diminutive Ca sais, since
they come, they see, they conquor, some
times by their gentle .stillness but oftelier
by continued uproarious crying induced by
colic, teething, flatulence, etc. Dr. Bull's
baby .yrtip by its gentle yet specific in
fluence quiets the little ones without ever
producing the let injurious effect. Price
i-j cts a Wttle.
The Tiieathk Comiv.ce bad a large anil
appreciative audience, last night, and the
new damask curtain greatly improved the
appearance of the stage, All the lady
artists were rercived with liWral applause
and the burlesque on the narrow gauge
railroad met with an uproarious reception.
Coal! Coal. Wood, Wood. F. M
Ward has tui hand the Wst quality of coal
for sale at the market price. Very low.
Also a large stock of wood of all kinds.-lb-is
well known to everybody we trust
he wiil receive his full share of patronage.
Prices to suit the times.
Sot TH AUEIIK A AMi Sot THKli.N U.MT1.I)
States. Owing lo the warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow 'allow
I from torpid liver-, indigestion, and all dis-
I cases arising from disordered stomach and
i bowels. Tle-y should, of ct;rse. at all
! times keep the liver active, and to our read-
j ers we would recommend 'fabler's Ye
talde Liver Powder; taken in time, it w ill
often save money and liiutli sulTiring.
Price oO ci nts. Ban lay Brother-, agents.
TO THE "TAX 1 ' A V E IIS OF ALEXAN
The Tax Books for DC are now in my
many of the hands, and I am compelled by law to mo
tine, a number : ceed with diligence to tin: collection of
the Taxes. I shall, therefore, insist upon
immediate payment, as the time left inc
' wherein to complete the collection is s;ioit.
: Taxes on personal property Mi st hi: paid
j -vr once.
Joiix IIodoj:-, Collector.
February !i', 17H.
Foit a good shave for tell cents, a good
haircut for twenty-live cento, go to Henry
Schick's baber shop, No. M'i Comimrial
ami great end m
man, the popular minstrel
nan, with it good variety
troup at the Theatre Comique, only
admisftion, every night.
NEW ADV KKTISKMEXT'
N'OTH'K In hereby ijiven that I will ho al the fn.
low Intf named piai eii. at tin' llinea below sliili it
for the purpose of collectlni.' the II venue of Alex
ander Countv. Illinois for lite A. I). KS, nml all
Hack Tuxes that appear on Tax llonk for A. D is;s:
(iih the time iillovved by law l churl for colleeiini;
the taxes, and milking (ictlloinciilf, etc., taxpayers
will at once cee the iicicr-lty of piivluirup. al once,
und hv ho dolliif their township treai-ures will re
ceive the school monevs bcloniriiit! to Hie dlllerent
school tllstrlrts, pav ihelr tetielo is and suve paying
Interest on their schedules, ele.t
Al slum house of Cauble A: Durham In Toledo,
Iln.lewood preclul. on Tuesday, .March Ulli, IS'.H,
at 8 o'clock a.m. ..'.,,,
Al slorn house of John Holes in Saiiduckv,
Sandusky precinct, on Wednesday. March Will IH,',',
At store house of U.K. Curtis Iu town of Hoilis
irk, I'nllV precinct, nn Thursday, March i:ith, ISllh
At store house of si. M.lirr nl lleech Hlilyc sta
Hon, Heech Hlilye precinct, on Friday, March Mill.
At atom house of K. ('alley A ( u., In Clear Creek
precinct, on Monday, March ITth, ISVii.
At store house ol II A. Edtiitinsoii In 1'ai t ( ape
Olrurdeail pri'clnct. ou Tuesiinv, Mntrli 1 HI li . IHilL
At store of II. V. Urovvn K llro,, In towiiiil Tticbcs
Thelies precinct, on Wcilueadav, March lllth. islil,
At store of A. II. Irehind Iu lon ol Santa t ee,
Haiila Kee iireclnct.on Tliiirsdnv, March Willi. I Hill.
At store house of K. I) Atliei-ton In (jooso la
tum! precinct, on Kililnv. March dm, h;i),
Al residence of N. Ihiiontckcr Iu Lake Milllyail
Iireclnrt. nnhnliinlay. March i.'ii(l, lHili.
At residence of Peter Saup In Klrsl Cairo precinct
on Tuesday, March :,, s;ii.
At storehouse ol loldHuc ,t; Uosetiwaler la
Nocoiid Cairo precinct, on t Cilneniuy, .Harcli Willi,
I H !(,
Al slote house of Pati,. Kltxecrald. ciirner Hill
rlreel and ( iniitiieirial avenue, In Third Cairo pre
clriri nn Thursday, Mrch twit. Ih;i. ,. ,, ,
At store house nl Krnesi I'ettlt, la ' 1,1,1 I Ho"
precinct, on Kildai. , March s. IH'iH. , ,
Al the Court 1 1 . . ir In Kourth Cairo precluel, oh
Haliirdiiji March '."ilh In Airll H'lli. IH7!t.
Mo rlft nr.rt K-um.;t.H'oll:c-1or.
Haled. tli. Oii-o, in,, l'cuniary Kid.
AWARDED A FIRST
A MI'.lUi.'AN CENTENNIAL
I 7 H.
N U.N PARALLELLED OFFER.
ot i)N i: ii!'
IIKALTIl KKSToni.MJ PADS
We will ei,d one of i.ur IIKALTIl HKsTOK
INl. PADS to ktiv Invalid afliiied with l.iw
Complaint. Ulll.l.s t,c. KES EI!. IMiloKs.
110N. i OsTIVKNKns. NenoiiK il ta lie,
Dyrpi-p.ia. Ncrwiu. Di hllily aud Impure !:iim!.
if they will n-nil it- tl.iir Muptomo ami e
dre and a.'re- to uil u i.oo if it idWe
a cure to their entire nati.t., tjon. othi-iie
there will be i:o charge. We will ui, tin- to con
,ince the public of tie- i-uperlor altie a u
OK OUU PADS.
Ai.il ilia: they will do all we ut A thlo;!-r
will rn-1 aiiiy be lUmlti'd Iu imniiicr. we hope,
lheMor . an ir'y application will 1 . - iad . Aii
cri--. ' erj I0nh i tfe.lv Your-.
Iili.ii. W .'KOKUKs.
IT.' Klin ftri-et. Cltii iunati. Uiiio.
I'hje-iati .peal; iu Terms nf Pnl-e in lavor of thf
Cl immaTI. June .
Ilavin; hvl nomecjn.ideralilc i,aiiitance with
the op, tattoo of the pail. I ran com ieucinu-iy
recommend It a- an jrelli nt ri ni-dv In all the oi
! lor wh!' a Dr. Kort rounwl. It n-e.
HH..I HALLOW ELL.
iTiitiiore street.' iiir:aiia'i.
Whnt le v. .Ju-eph Etin-ry. the well known Ci v
Si i-nionarj . .a:
Cisc cvmi, June is;n.
Hsvin'.' hail a tuie: aniuainlauii' with lr KurU ..
I am -alis tied that hateer he ri com mend- lie dm
so i.on-cii-iii lou!. ami will prove all thev prnml-e.
HEV. JOSEPH KMKISY.
Estm, t from a f'-w of the Many iH-ttim frequently.
received at the (Mil. e.
(irn mi: "I ei- thai tour Pad have avnl mv
I if- " Another .Hen : -- Voiir Pad ha' jnt reacte d
inv cane. It ha-entirely removed try co-t ivein .
:n.d i oni (jueiit hick lli adm he." Another ri'e :
Vour Pao attended -trl' tlv to liiiriue--. ai d in
fore.ei:'ht b'oir I b It u. well a ever." Another:
Ver Pad l.:i cun-d me nf Itillluii-tie-K anil a tor
pi l l.iv'-r. I am In ner than 1 liaie l, en in tw-mty
vi-ara." still nimther nay:- I have i ndon d all the
liormr- row Ins out ol a torpid Liver and Dy-oi p.ia.
Alter tmitiK your pad all tlwse ill. len me.' One
more: "I hiive lined vour Pad with perfectly nti
faeinrv re-ults, and rfm-rfuity rctoniuiend tte-in to
all " "
PAINTS, iill.s. W ALL I'AI'Klt. ETC
Window b!ass, iiilow Shades. Etc.
Alay on h:.!id the elcbiaterl i:.: i. vonaiinu
u I o 1 ii Oil.
liross' LiiiMlnj, Com- (.
Ilierciiil Ave.. t
, Fl.0Ul PI.. 8. W. JIUNTEP,
llavintr become familiar with ('olden Lilmu'm
Lubl in ExritAiToK Hri.k anil Tonic invlt'i, tutor. I
take pleiiHiire In recomnieudini! I: ns nn e.cell nl.
incpiinitlnii. combinlnct as it docs lonn nml ihmc
In aretiinrkable way, prnducinc coon i,t...oii, iii:ai.th
ami sTiir.Niiril, Solif by all Irte'j;lsis.
jr.t DAY to Agents canvasstui: lor tlie 1-iuksiiib
iscroit. I erins and outfit lie
VIChEin. Auiistn, Maine.
v Kiincy Card", Chrouio. Sooiritake. Ac. No i
"'alike, with name, pic-. .1. Minkl, r & t o.,
Nassau. N . V,
Q7711 liionlh und expenses guaranteed to Ac tus.
Ol llllitllt free. hllAW A: Co., A'li.'tlsl.i, Maine.
llVlPl KIMlllMIl !'' '' '""''''"'I tweets
.tlt.l llnlJIIllll lii sim newspapers torin.
stettd inc. for lilt) pae painplih t. (J. P. ItOW ELL
& t,o.. s. y.
rjiRi: GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY!
(iUAV'S SPECIFIC MEPll'INi:.
Is specially recoin-
Twadewhs.,,,,,,,,!,!! na an nn-
llllilllll viire nir
poleniy, and nil
diseases that lol-
lovr as a seiiuenco
on aelf nblise: as
Loss of Mcniniv.
Boforo TaklngtViie. Paia'in thw A'atin&
Hack. Dimness or ine i-ion, premature cna nw,
and many other diseases Clm I lead In Insanity, t'ou
sumption and n Premature Crave, all of which as a
rule am Hist caused by devlatlnif trout Ihejiulhof
naltiro and oicr-lniltiliP'iico. The Specltlc Medlrlno
Is Clio result of 11 It Iu study and niauy yeuia of ox
iicrlcncp In Ireailns those aperial diseases.
Full piirtlviilnrs In our pamphlets, w hich we do
aire lo send free bv mull to every one,
The rspecIKo Medicine Is sold by all clrnirclsta at
$1 per package, or sIk packages ferS''- r will ba
aeut by mall ou receipt of the money by addressing
, TIIK UIIAY MKDICINK CO.,
No. 10 Mechanic's lltcw-.k, DKi itoir, .Mich,
fflr-Holil In Cairw, III., by Pail u. heutn. and
by Drtiim'laia vverjiwhciv,