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iLrniir nf nil .liroc iin-inu from i in m r
Iitm-jm. Am., a weak, itrrxou... il. lnln ii.-il. .
u3.mu.'i.:ircl? Ila.e w.ii ynui iM'l"-!'"'? !
jUtti vim iinui. pain in lli- ti' k. Ac r U Or. !
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. tnd briiitf iim K I ! mown maun. r" -
i Ml. Erx!pela. Teller, salt liliciiiti. Ac arc hut
I krface lili. all.u .!' Wed Di-ea-e: and IT. Llud
I HIixkI Searcher, by mril'. itc' tlx' mil;
tltl till kill tLlt i.'tHt i 1.- 111" Ullllpl'IOIl. MHll
nil dni"'!-!. fl iki iirliu!ili' H K, Seller-,
foiirii l.ir. l'ill.I.ur-. Pa. Hue lay Urn-.. .V.'eiiis
1 Ovrr l.eni.nilil bottler .old. II I- thcnm-l plcar-ml
mm! popular reae-dx inr t"-.i:-jrh.. irmil'j
IHMrxUO Slll'l "II llinilll u"" "'"S I
w iu uw for half ito'iini' v. l...- nr.'iuui.'ii'l
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,.! mvn Itnavnl in v iH.irlill.irm Irmn Hie ino"'.
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ill-tritl cure Iim nr-l citu-'li 1 in ni-tt i i 1 ! - . IH"
'i ! Urmafim r .vu.-ral -tor. k. l. r l..r it an. WM' ii
: !,l IVUlmr, liar. lav Urn-.. .
eath dj:fi:a'i i:i).
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5 Hmek. UirxiaiUK. unl.-d Tonyu-. l-. v. r unit
awl alJ ii-tt-- hri'in lfi il.Tau-d tte of llie
f .Liver or Momacli. 'I'h.in.HH Adam-. .l Hlu' Miinly
J Av.mv: MIr- Pill- li" i-vH hnndn;.ls of
:i kllun.'ln d.n:u.r' hill In thU coiintrv. H. K.
! iMltn A t o., I'roiirl. inr. PitifSui';, l'u. Ilurclay
j ilroa.. Ai!ciiIm. fairo.
' T H. BKYAXT.-M. !
'J I OPFH'K: Kluhlh and WahInslon Avenue.
X lOfiee hnuri- -ft. a. n. Io H r. m.
1 I KKSlDENCKi-l'nrncr Mncletiilh and Wash
t' "K""- -
,j jr H. MAKE AX, -M. I).,
i Homeopathic Physician anil Stirffeon.
1 0(Bce MS Commrrcial ttv.'iine. Itoldi'iM r.irn.r
j j ywrvntb rt. aud Valilnstiu avrum-. airo.
f.-'y K. SMITH, M.I). .
L ; omcp und linnWcni1 :
NO. SI THIIITKF.NTH STHKET, CAlWMI.b.
It. K. W. WHITLUCK,
Vmct-No. vy, CommurtUl Avenue, bctwuen
KiKbth and Nlnih Slrwu
JR. W. C JOCELYN,
nmCK-EichlW Street, near Commercial Arcime.
O. T. WIIITLOCK.
UCNKK.I.CUI.LKCTUK OF BILLS A"D KENTS
All awonuti. of prof.'lonsl and bunlnen men
romplly niU'nded to. OfBee, li Commcrciut vi
anKvlwniw.il Elcliih aud Mutb HtreetM.
lfcfcTence:-Profi'ional and Bin-ineiia men of
r-M- 2- MtKSEE,
O0e. overt'. A V, K. K. (irnrn! Office.
KFICE-Ohl.j U'vre, bet. Fonrth and Sixth t.
J INEi;.VR i LAXSDEX,
TU'E No. llSComm-rcial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL I'APEKOF ALEXANDER COl'STY.
Duly Mornitiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
AN XOL'N'C EM KNTS.
1 W re author! ed to announrc tho nam nf Ai.
mcoCoMiNuii an a candidate for Clljf Trcviurer al
Uis cuaniuK city election.
We r alborlzed to announce tlie name of Wai
-n.aL. BmnTtiL an a candidate for thr oftlre of City
Traaurur, at the imikuIiii; charter election.
H' aw authorlned to annottnrn that Mum W.
TanKEa l candidal'1, at the euruiug city iln ll'in.
tor the ofliee of City Tn urer.
KnrroRBeurnN: Plio announce thut I im a
and!dM.i for the oflke of City Treasurer, at the
miiuroactloK eity aleclluu,
We are anthorlaed to ntinonnca W. F. SeiierKraa
a caniliUu e for City Clerk at the apiriiaehlu
We are aulhorlmul to annnnnce Ua is L. Davis
a candidate lor City Clerk at the l UMiiny mu
We arm authorized to annnnnce John B, Piiii.i.ih
m a candidate for re-election to the ottice nf i:iy
CJrrk at tho aii.iroachiiiK municipal election.
Weaathorlredtoaniiimiirethat Wh.i.ia It. II.iwk
in candidatn for thu ollli eof City Clerk, at the en
AUlne ltv election.
KoTicK. Til whom it may tiiscKiiN. Tho Cairo
ttolletln Co., will pay no lillU couiraeted by any of
itaciuployea, or any one connected villi Tint llri.
.hrna, nnlvaa the aotnn la made ou a written order
inrd by myelf, aud the order runM. he atUu bed to
fc bill whun preauuled.
E A. Bl'HNKTT.
" LOCAL REPORT.
MtiKAt Orrieit. I
Caiiio, III., Feb jjii, S7. I
Tiinr. ilnm Wlml. VeirWiiaiher.
:Matn a".:Vi ji
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W. II HIV.
Heru't Hlnul Corin., I'. M. A,
1 1liMl, IVTIf 1 ICL'Yim;
'Villi 1.1 1 ltlIMII(t '(,
i Mr. Charli-H llallirher will leave the city
to-day, on ti bimines:: trip East.
The poctietil contribution of Mrs.
A. M.. will niiiK-ar next Sunday.
Th.' pav car of thu Mississippi Central
jwilw.y, wa'a expected here y.eslerd.iy even-
All rumors to thu c-ff.-ct that Judge
JBird will bo a canilidato for Ma)'or ir (;lty
IScrk uro Uiil'oiinilotl.
A niKii by the mime of Marsh, until e.
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smiy remneiii oi tmiu, am ii-j rcai
.dt'Utof tilumbii, uccUlcutly ohot ttliiatiin
. THE DAILY
the lau. r place, a few days ago, infliclin- u '
serious woimil, but not necessarily a i
,. ., , 1,,,1,-m
-Mr. Hank (.alighcr, who made tup
im th; Ohio, oil the Wrecking ste;
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( It, is again lit home.
Mr. Robert Proton Dxlcy I,. i-accept, d
..r i'iirincer on Hi
traiist. r stramer II. S. Mc 'on.h.
- Mr. Will Lippitt lias been app(inte.l
Id the position of av-istant to the (.'aim
postmaster a place he tills acceptably to
Tommy I.ovctl. who, for s.ime time
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pnt, has been with Mes.Ts. Ilallnla) lio
at St. .Tolins, lias aeeepien ft position a
palcsinau in the liou.s' of Siratton iV Dird.
-The yatherin at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Itittenhoiise Monday eveninir, was
not a church .sociable, as stated in Tues
day's IVu.KTix. but a meeting of the Social
The weather North continues, to jjniw
colder. During the 21 hours endim; at 3 J
p.m., yesterday, the mercury at La Cross
and other points had dropped 'o several de
grees below zero.
Our fellow-townsman, William "Winter
is the author of "The Under Dog in the
Fight" -a fact of which wc became ap
praised yesterday. Read it, and admire it
afresh, as we have done.
The individual who borrwed Old Aunt
Belle's shawl to wear to the masquerade
ball, will never 1e able to pay for it as long
as he lives. A hundred dollar Paisley
would be rejected with scorn and indigna
tion. The Imdyof Alcnder Allen, alias Eck.
Uillingby, was brought from Dexter City,
Mo., yesterday, and conveyed to Sliiloh
burying ground, in Pulaski county, where
it was buried in the section allotted to the
The church sociable to be held at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wood Rritten
housc to-night, should be kept in mind all
day, lest it be forgotten this evening. It
doubtless will be a well attended, and very
The atmosphere of the neighborhood ;
or some other cause sickened Ernest Pet
tit's horse, in front of the jxist-offiec, yes
terday evening. For a time it w as thought
the animal would die; but after a short in
terval of rest he walked lioinc.
The Ohio being high h backed up
the Mississippi; throwing it.-still waters out
over the flits that intervene the levee and
the river bank. Should the present old
weather continue a day or two longer, we
shall have, at the points named, fields of ice '
that will invite an army of skaters. ;
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Among other gentlemen who paid
their respects to Tit K IJuli.ltin ofliee, on
Mardi Gras dav, were William .M Brown,
Mayor, and Cm. O'Callahan, Clerk, of the
townofAnna. These gentlemen are can-
didates for re-election to the offices which
thry fill, and, if the determination of the
matter were left to Tiik Bu.i.i:ti. they
would serve Anna as long as it might be a
pleasure for them to do so.
As Mr. Oberlv's connection with the
Railiuadand War. hou,e coiiimis-ion neccs-
sitates his frequent pr-.-nee at Springfield.
and almost eonlin-ied ab-ence from Cairo, j 1,1 ;l g'Vl'i' U". 111:11 "y 01 in- 1 :n
he hasc.mehided to remove hi, firnilv 'o ' , a'-'" crowd that pnrcd over the river ,-
Springfield. This anai.-eii.ent 1-the si.g- , '-crday. They may -in-idered very fair
motion of convenience: but is oi.lv temt,,.- I marksmen in Chicago; but afier sojo irn-
C ------ . - a , i
rarv. His home in Cairo will hi h it in
silt h a condition that In- can rete.ru to and
occupy it when'
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ill in. ...nur' in"., 'i i-i iir
clination or otlu rwis.
-At the K. M. K. (;.'s ball our n Hor'.er
noticed some real I V elegant eo.-tume.
fmnislii..! I.e Mr, ILei. nf Si li.uis
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"Uiieen ol -Nlglit, was inisiir i:i-ei.
M'Kin" was another elegant costume. -
Spanish Lady," wa- milch admired, and a
number of other;, rich and attractive,
whose characters sliiie.l his uiemnry. Mr-.
Haas has a full line nf co-tumis and our
niasipieraders should at h .i-t liete given
her sullicieiit patronage to induce II r lo
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Mr. F. M. Purdv. here vi sterdav, has;
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heen appointed to the responsible po.-timi '
of general superinteinlciit ot machinery,
for the whole line of the Mississippi Cen
tral railroad, and has ju-t entered upon a
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discharge ot that line ol duty. Mi. Ptirdy,
for a long while, was ch i k or a-si-tant io
Mr. Hayes who tills a like position mi the
Illinois Central railroad, and is generally
known and highly esteemed by the
employes of the lallcr road, nil of w limn,
we dare nay, contemplate his promotion
with miieh tilensure.
- One of the wounded of the 1,1 fated
Donnclly- the man who had both his arms
broken, left the hospital yesterday, and oh-
. I.iin iliu- lioliol' somewhere, he became beasl
: 's.w. J'' j;jear,lv Allci.i.1ing to continue hU
in II Clear i ' r
he fell to the --round,
',.,,. ., ,...,;,. in.lil Iml in, l,e nn
where he remained until picked up by an
evpre-s Mil gun ami hauled hark to the lin..-
; hiliil. Am tin- tVllnU liail not ri-i nvrtvil tlir
us., nl' i. 01, 1, i' ,.,.. ii.. ...I ui.:...
whisky must have held ll p, his n,..ut!.
1 while he drank It. The sneetnel.. I
.1. senlcd was a r-volting one, iin.Uhould de
I Drive him of the svminithv whie', .,il
j wise, he might luive eomii led.
1 During t1); pr,.s,,M f ti(, S(. I.ouis
fire chief In Cairo, The l;n.,.,,i,N s
j ed that the dillVivnl lire compai.les should
j draw upon his supciior know letlge for ad-
I vice and Miggestious thai would be ,,f
' sen ire to them In bilngiiu nbout a inor,'
I a hi . .
- ; compact ami rillclciit orginii.iil on i,
; depaitmcijt, as u -.vhule. 1'roiii ihN clr
CAIRO MJUKTIN: THUKS1)AY Arg!j. , F lUAUV -7' Is70
.....:., the new cli.or of the Chicago .
l imes drew the iiit. i :i'-' oiai '"T"'-
ment was nbouMo r.'-orgauiz: , unoYr S. -;
ii i i .i
toiis.liivetion. i i-, ii'-enics- io aim mat
,.m,lt,.,i , I
inn line.; hi i ill" Mini " ' I ""
j teinplal.d. Our -nu':"ii"ii pas-rd un- I
: in--lt-il. '
I! gistcr, o! Tuesday,
says that 'Hon.. I. II. ol.cilv, railroad and
wiirehoii-c eomini-ii'iier, departed for
the purpose ot brinyin his family to this
city, lie has made airanemeiits to be
come a permanent resident of the capital
city." Mr. oberly' residence in Spring
field will be of 11 temporary character only.
He will leave his h"m' here intact, and re
turn to it after the lapse of a few months.
He proposes to maintain his identity with
Cairo to remain as now a citizen of the
, Paul IJonyton did not start 011 his trip
from Cincinnati to New Orleans, on the"lst
instant, as rcporte.1; but was in I'ntsbun,'
as lute a the '.".'nd inst. It is said that he
will make the d ip to New Orleans from that
point, stoppim; at the towns and villages
along the route and delivering lectures des
criptive of his remarkable experience in
Europe and elsewhere. If the waters were
not so cold it would not lie .1 bad idea for
Commodore Rollingpiu to jump in and
sw im along side ot him. If he intends to
complete his lecture tour, he could adopt no
mode of travel that would excite more at
tention. The Union county State guards, here
on Tuesday, were brought to Cairo and
returned home by the Illinois Central rail
road for the extremely moderate price of
seventy-five cents per In ad. The reduction
was most liberal and commendable. But
for the expense attending the trips, hodicg
of men and women would take frequent
occa.-ion to participate in the re-unions
provided in Cairo, and Cairo people would
lie only too glad to return the compliment.
May we not hope that this charge of
seventy-five cents for a seventy-five mile
mile ride is the initial move, or the start
ing point of excursion parties, let them lie
going in any direction they may.
We have leen told that the Union
County Guards did not put in an appear-
ance at the K. M. K. C.'s maxpierade,
:aue of an intimation they received from
some quarter, that an ailnii-iin fee would
be exacted from them. The impression
thus conveyed did the K. M. K. C.'s inju.st
ice. It had been arranged that they ? limild
go and come at pleasure free ot .harge;
aud it was further arranged with the man
who gave the supper that while cvcryiiody
else should pay .V) cents for supper, the
Union county vi-it"r -houhl be fed for '.' j
cents. The Knight-, who became apprised
of the iiisunder.,ti.ndin'.' at t.Hi late an hour
. . .
to correct it. are c-pei.i.il!y desir.iiis that
the soldier Uiv- - .- ! riyht 111 the matter.
j A party of Northern lilnwis khI.v
j 'men arrived in Cain. vol. nlay. and, fully
Quipped with nuns ami dogs, nnde their
way to the lakes of Missouri. There is no
reason why the r 'jjon around about the
Calumet -Lo'iM not produce expert hunters,
asdiick formerly abounded in th il locality
in m-at abundance. But we feel inclined
i 10 wager a large porn : our suipi.,-
, change, tl,;,t ,t Iv lly can lug more duek
Illg Wltli 1'at a lew Hays, Iliey will discover
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: "'"J !,r'; ln u,,; i"l"'i"'"' marKs-
! niaiisliiti. while P.il i- -li'.oting in word- oi
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Mo as the murderer ol ,n rinaii. was
Dot tlie nglll mall, ami Ille .M.ir-11,11 HI,
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I .ifii I iitir lillHV l Ik. i Ii i'Iii bun
,-....-. t ,
the Marshal's airiva! at Cliarh-ton. th.
1 Ilieii who had the p-lsom-r ill cu-lolv. re -
i fused to I", hiinsee hi,,,, unll ss ,! amount
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Ill l IU, I l ... " I 1" " J ,11 ..,!.- I'..! .' 1 Mp Ill (
as a pn liminary. Unable to close anysueh
nil ngreeiueiit, it e is lour hours
before he got a igl.t of lh" prisoner; and
he is not sure but he would hae been
compelled to return without s'l'ing ine ne-
gro at all, had it not been for die kind uf-
h , ,
lices ot tlie .Miiinr, il lieu tne prisoner
was dually produced, the Marshal was sat-
istied by the first glance that he was not
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: --One of the eandidaies for City Trea-
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'. "t was aproached by a seedy v.uer. y s-
I''ilny. who gave him t i iiiidei-t iiid that
his vote would be s.'eiired by the man who
: "Ueid tlie mo,t money tor it. 1 in- man
is Ihc repr..-sentalive .,ra cl,i-s of men who
make orseek to niak" in "reh uidise nt iiM.;r
nvm. ' ' '
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"I' Illinois al hand, opi m il and i-.nl
iroin a utile -tun lit ii stru.'k i:i" ir.
j in'l"l'.idei,t sover-i,,, ,,iml. will p,ise.
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IW"! W hal U'l(s the privilege worth.
Ifn man couldn't
'was worth what ii wuhl briui, Votes
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i ll'lllt be-old. and were, then Ion,. x..,t!,-
! I,,v,: A la.v that w..n:. thus '! -,,', ,.
I value -f "an inestiiiiable rtrlil," v...s m
- 1 0",v-1-" 'l'"" ihc pn -r nca ol llie en', :.,.,!
' '"id adign to the p '-.pi - tlvit s-e, i;,IIM.
Ihil there was lh-law. ami iiu;ni
'I!"'" W','S M',m ,'V iu i,, ,!i,m' ' ''
;H.iti.ted ere,,,,,,. I..,,. ,, wii-r llU!
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1 -We have received abiind.int a. or
1 sim " Je-ieiilny, I lint 1'n- iloli l'o.yi,,,
whose uunecoiiiiiable 1 . .i n v- w ir ,,,,,,,;
the cien ox me t nn inn m inmiiii i
- , 'h'1 ll iM'or.x th- who ,v.i,- iu i ,ii: t,,,,.,
a., , am! who ,,, a;,'.,, was the ,-n,n,l,
" " r"r"- .-
Illinois ( entriil railroad. Iloili men are
t ..ilci.i.l,.... . !... it..L t 'Iiii'iniiiitl
veuiai. . ......
..vthe has heen. tor a number of wars.
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eoinieeletl with the ticket ileiartnieiit of
the Indianapolis, Liifaxetto and Cincinnati
'i i :. ....ii.. i-... ..I ii in tl.I
I lin-.ihtv. I he other 1- orsvtlic is now the
' .,( . ..' (I, w.i...l l'r..!.rht ,1,.11'irt.
Jill. iti it. 'ii uii i in ti.i i- iiiv j-....
I nu at of tiie Chicago, Danville and Yin-
cranes railroad a most rc.-pon-iblc poi
timi: hut one that he tills in a manner that
is ili-itiniruislie.l by all the old tact, energy,
quick decision and sound judgment that
won him his enviable reputation that de
signated him as one of the best railroa.l
men of the Northwest. With this further
explanation of the matter we feel satisfied
that the public will understand that "the
other man is not this man, but himself, and
not the othci man, which this man isn't,
and never was."
TH KM ITEMS.
Who knows but what our "City" my yet
rise as did its name-sake? (ancient Thebes.)
Who will be a Pclopidas? (a famous The
han) and cause it to rise to 11 degree of
splendor superior to all other towns? One
answer at a time, please.
We are informed that Col. John Dough
erty proposos to buy the old court house, at
this place. Hope he will, and convert it
into a high school building, or something of
the kind. It he should we would feel like
building a statue to his memory, though
not so great, perhaps, as the Memuon statue.
We were in Cairo last week, and met
several of the Cairo men (not hoys or
t.OAFKitsi, but me. Among them wereotir
Sheriff and Ex-ShtrilT, Hodges and Saup,
who are accommodating and genial gentle
men. In fact they are "pretty good cu ses."
We' dropped into Col. McKcaig's otlice,
found lii 111 still turning the "postal-wheel,"
and judge from the smiles that played
across his countenance, that he must have
been successful in his race for the post
mastership of Cairo, which he deserves for
his services in the late war. We, for one,
saw him fall on the battle-field, and left
him for dead. Consequently wc exclaim
as Brutus said to Caesar "Not that wc
love yon less, Messrs. Wright fc Co., but
a wounded soldier (Col. Mclveaigi more."
We also met Judge Yocitm. wearing the
same cheerful look. Our Sunday school
has not forgotten him yet for the interest he
manifested in our Sunday school festival.
Many thanks Judge.
Wc also dropped into the editorial sanc
tum of Tin. Hn.i.ETis found Mr. M. B.
Harrell at the 'vhoel, assisted by Mr. Bur
nett. Is it any wonder then that we have
a oooii paper in the form of Tiik Caiiio
Bci.i.etin? Echo says no. When such
men as these steer a craft you may expert
nothing but a successful aud remunerative
voyage. Why.' Because they earn- their
"chart and coinpa..s" in their brain, not in
Ixxik form as sonic editors do.
Miss Jennie Warwick is progressing
finely n dth her school nt this pla-e, and
we are glad to note the satisfaction which
.-he seems to give to all.
Mr. Mart Brown is running his saw mill
again. There i-eeins to be more music in
the "whiz of the -aw" for Mart, than the;
Huiiiiii isnw 1 of the court room.
A trunk of Win. M. Rite, on Sandy creek,
1 w is -'.ikn last week containing and
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; -i.e- . ,011011. n ,.. i.nuei in .i iie.ii, -
iug half a mile from hN residence; but the
! m mey was missing.
.I'l.l M irchildon is haulill" h iv to-dav
.1 MC .il.irt llll.ion is IIiIUIIIU II.IS t 1 tJJ
The laws of gravitation favors hilll in this
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t i) i hi t ti iti 1 if T I .i. ! ii viti I in -m I it ti 1 1
V . TV r M' II.
liin i riiiu 1'irfrn iiii
-..tin '-it t...
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Will. SluW-O!) lias retired frolll the saloon
business and bought the water mill prop-
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1"' - "ni s " '" " as ue r- is
I """" n " ' ,!"'I:UN
i than ill the .11 ICE.
T. A.Ilrown has attached to his drug
store a watcli and clock repairing branch,
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lie ( in take one watch and get enough
. l. ,
"oiks loi two.
The first regular meeting of the Thebes
Local Institute was held last Saturday and
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had n very interesting time, which gives
I' lo iirlit il.tm-o Yo.lll tri.lv
"An ! now well do I rcmeinber-it was
in the bleak November," when 1 caughtthe
cold that was wearing me surely and
swiftly away : when I heard 'if Dr. BullV
j Cough Syrup, took it, and am as well as
All nu.t.ow ehs ok momi s should by all
ni"ans attend the skating rink this evening,
'"' j for the contest for the "awkward skater's"
prize will take place, We admonish ull
! our li'iends to attend if they wish to drive
; nwav ennui tor a counle ol hours, and
laugh over it as a pleasant iiiiniscence.
After skaliug there will be a social dance
Tin. Tn E vi he CoMKit i, is lining a line
business, No matter what other nt I ruction
there is in tin- city, the Coinique always
(imies in for a guild share of th- public's
patronage. 1 nil. Iseiiberg has been added
to tie-otvle-ti:!. mid the sweet strains of
his eorii- t eiiii be lieard nightly, tdiariiiing
the crowded houses of the Coiitique,
Menih.ismin's lliirilwiire store, Commer
cial llVCIIlle I ol'ilrf Twelfth, is the center of
attraction ..r Imtli cily'and roiiuiry people,
Thel''' '".V I'ud the "l.'i':ii), Charier Oak
Stoves." I b',i; ing si i,.s, j.t.l kii'.d'i. Dir.l
i ('...vs. l.uiili.iii'. i .a i it . is. i -iiiiiii,..,... ,,i
j t,,.y( lVaud ware, C.irp' iu.'is 'tool'. Piles
Cummer", Hiilehels Tin ware-al' kind- i
" "' "h s that we have no, N,ltlT to
Com.. Whom, Wooii.-!'. M
W.ll',1 I, mm .... 1 1.1. I . ....
'oc nest quality () (;tn
for Side at the ' HUM ket line.. V..,. I ... 'l
'V "'ii m.ll kit pm.e. cry low. .
Also a large stock of wood of all kind-. ,
I,,. . ,, , ,v"'On.
in. is well Known to everybody we trust I
hnu-il r,.,i.iv,. It ,' ,. I
hi. w.ii ruene Ills lull sliare o patronage, i
Prices to suit tins times '
es to suit the times.
BltANCII Ol'KK i; of William,' Steaiu Dye
Works, of Evan.-ville, at .Mrs. .lames' No
47 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
A PLACE OK AMI SEMKNT The 'I'helltre
Coinique, open every night. Admission
'J"ie to all parts of the house.
THE ladies of the Presbyterian church
will give a sociable at the residence of
Wood Uittenhousc, Esq., Thursday evening,
February 27th. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all.
Foil a good shave for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five rents, go to Henry
Schick's baber shop. No. 1 12 Coinmecial
Johnnie Bowman, the popular minstrel
and great end man, with a good variety
troup at the Theatre Coinique, only 2c
admission, every night.
A. IIai.i.ky, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook stoves
are among the latest und best patti ms and
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market; they are of the heaviest make
and will la-t longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close as to make it an
object to call and examine. Everything
else low to suit the times.
Ai. I. 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 whoh sale and
retail, at F. Kor-myers, Sixth street near
Q'.'Eity. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bid's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same pri c'.
Soini America ani Suthehn United
Statp.s. Owing to the warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid livers, indigestion, and all dis
eases arising from disordered stomach and
bowels. They should, of coure, at all
times keep the liver active, and to our read
ers we would recommend 'fabler's Yege
table Liver Powder; taken in time, it will
often save money and much sutTcring.
Price .V) cents. Barclay Brothels, aynts,
The Bi t kkye. It is a well establislu d
fact, that TablerV Buckeye Pile Ointment
will cure, iftis. il according to directions.
IvscilltlS Hippocastanuin, or Hor-e ('lies-i
,. , i ,, , , i
nilLs, commonly known lis the nil. keyc, lias .
been highly esteemed fur many years, I
owing to the fact, that it possesses, virtues, ,
lying in the bitU'rpnm'iplecalh'd Escuiin.i
which can be utilized for the cure ol Piles.
If affected with that terrible dis-a-e, use '
Buckeye Pile Ointment and be relieved. !
Barclay Brothers, agents. Cairo. His.
Chew Jacksmi's brft Sn. 1 1 Navy To-!
J)MINISTl.ATilH'S MlTJi i:.
K-TATK or . II . WIM ox. I
The iiad' rl'.'ii.'il. li.ivlni' been a
iMratorN of the t -i;'t of W II.
Theu!iderl'ne,l. l,.ivli.-b-i tinii..lni. d Mltiiln-
k.-tat r. or w. ii. v.i:.( ox. iu. i r.Asi.n.
iMrat..r-ol tli. e-l;.t of tt II. Wll.-ox. hie of
lh-"nui.tv of Alexander ami Male ..I lllinoli.. .1.-
i lh ,v h) im
I lore the fount y court of Al. xaii.ler eoiom : al tin
! e.,urt l,..u-e In Cairo, at the M,.v term, on th
, . i i t i .. I .. .. i ii .. : ..i
; """ 11 ,"" ' , '", ' .
! . . M .
IiimI II till rVfitllxtl-ri til lltti'llM Inr till' mi
, . i . .. . i . . . . i . .. . .. r . .
ln the -ame a.ljll-te.l. All p. r.nli lllil. ht.'.l lo -'ml
; ten i mi re.,n. mm io uii;' m inr in- pi r on-. 01 nn.
in., l ie sun. i. hi .it ii-r.i.i.M ni eTiii'ii in
i . ... it jir1. r' 'ii' i' .i i" .ill.., iiiiiii' iiiiii.. put nn in in
. th" iiiiilerM.'ned.
Dated lhi I Mb day nf February. A II. K"..
FI.OKK Nr K. A W 1 1. X.'A.lmli,i-tMtri.
1 . tU 'T': .
, I.VVLt'l .'TO It's NoTIi 'P..
j lJ ,TATI;r n HAi'tiHe-iuN. nn ka-im.
i Tlie iiii'i.rlt.Mie.l. huviic u ufpouite. ,eiu.
I trlx ol' tlie laM, Mill und le-tanienl nf Mn hael lion-
I t,.- .it Hk- .-oiinty i,r Ah'xiinl.-r. hikI -lat,- ! Illi-
I uoiH, llei eiipeil, hereby U'lM' IKitl.'e Unit Ml" will up.
! p,,ar ,i fure the coiintv ...iiirlol' AleMind. r . ouiitv, al
j 'lei l ourclmn-e lu Cairo, at llie Mur. h lenn on the
Secnnd .Momliiy III .Mar'h next, at which lone all
pernum, hnvlni; dnlum ueainM "iil.l e-laie urn no
I lill. il mid re.iiii.'sli.d In attend lor the puriioni.' nf
; i,Hxii the sanitt ii.ljiisie.i. All per-oiiK imlebt.
I ''" "'",. ,ll,J reifieMiMI 10 rimK.i iinnieuiuie
leivineut to the uiKler-liMied.
Dated thla Wild davol .liiriitin v. A. D. 1S7!I.
EI.I.KN 1)01 tiAN, Exe iilri
iTICE OF FINAL S K'l TLEMENT.
i:sTxtb or H'li.t.tAM s. Mi-.xili l.AS. liKci:xsKlt.
State nf Illinnii. .M.'Miiid.Teoiiutx-, .
., . i i ii, .ii...'
T.lthehelrK ntl.l.redllursnl NHldeMllte:
ilnv ol' .Mar. li. lSV'.l. Hie udniliii'lriilor of -aid . late.
1 on urn ner.nx-noiiiieu inai un .1u11.e1y.111e i.nu
will prcreiil In llni county court nf Alexander
roiilily. nl Cairo, 11111101-, Haul reuni-t of
his act. anil tloiuen as null niliiiimstrator,
anil ask the court to he nixrhnreil from any
and all further duties ii-ul reenoiiMhllltlcH conneei.
ed wllh salile-lute, ami hi. u'liiiilil-lrallnn llmreol',
nl which time and pla. e. yoti tuny he pre-i nt Hint
rcnlst hiieti applii ulloti If voil rhooie no to do.
JOHN PAIiHOTT. Adiiiltilsli'ntiir.
WHOLESALE AM) RKTA1L.
The Laicst Vnrioly Slod
IX TIIK CII Y
1 t'"r' Nnx-ieetith .treei nntTf
V IMIIIIItTl 111, All'., I
C. O. PATIKH & CO.
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im.ni i .i.ii.ly. I!. f, ,f. () m u
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hi. il.r time li ;1 1 ; lim j, ,,lor ,,. ,tji, , tin-
n "1.""'' ""',k!,!-'' ' UY-r
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l'"iv'' tn."i"" If I. ne.-ii I., ll... rtil'.erenl
"hooi ileni.-i-. pay ii.e:r ie:u-ii, :. -, .t i.oii..
'i1"'.'1 " ll':,l:!"' .' io
.11 pi. ne i in i .iillile A linvii.iii. In I nl. .In.
Ilil'.euiHiil liri'.'lllt. (U Tnemlav. M.i. .! tlln. IS'.'.).
HI H n'doi I. a in.
At Morn linn in" .In:, n J,.,. In S:ininkv.
Sandu-kv ir. ' Un I. mi U e.ln -..lav. V'h i-li l:!ih IH.d,
Al hloii' lion-.' of II. i ni l i. la u ti of ll.iili"
Park. I niiv irerii,-!.iiTiia.'di.,. M:u. ii l.ali. is;fi.
Al lore hoi'nf o' s l . Mir m .. -i i ;iili;e u.
Hi.n. Ili wli i,. ; n. i, mi IVIt.iv. Mar.'li Mill.
At -lore In. ii-.,' nl K. I i!i. . A I .1 . In ( K ny Cn . k
preeinet. on Mninlnv. M.irrli' l.ili. j -l,!,.
Al slur.. Iiimiii' ol I! . I..liiiiin-.in in Kat I up1'
liiriirileim pre. iini. mi 'I n . V.ircU Isih.
At Klore.il II '. ',M, ti x III.... In !w n or 'I'lnl.e
lli. lies pre. im t. on W . .In .'mIii . Yureli Imh. IS-,
At l. ire nl Ire'itud in l.eui c Siinia ',.,.
Simla Fee nn .'in. t.nn 'rii.n -il,i ,-, Mari-li -.iitli, Ji,'
At ni),,. li.n.se of K. I A I m i 'on in I .time u'
.ami pre. im l. nn Kn.ln,, M.ir, i, '.). 1s;;i.
At ri sid.'ii. e of N, lln,ia. k' T In t. ik.i Mi'll-j,,
prei liii i. on Salilnlui'. Man Ii ..Mini. !Vi
At reHi.l. n.r ol Ph.t Snup )' jr-1 1 ., ,,;,..,
onl uemlny. Mareh'JTi. IHl'.i.
At More hone or.i.old.ii,,,. A IWinvniir in
Semmit riru preclin l. on V . .Ini mlui , Miireh .ml..
Al More hon,. ,,r Palrl. k Fllzj. rnl.l. corner I It h
Mre.'l an. ( oinnn r. ial nvenne, i Tl.lr-I fni, pre
l iiict on 'I hurxilai. Mar. h !Klh, s;!i.
Al store bouse o Erni'M iviin, iu i.'ftn cir..
pi' . Inel. on Kll.lav. Mji. Ii ls;-l.
At the I ..mi M.n-e In Fourth Calm pre. ii.d, on
SalnrilH;: Mureli 'nh n, April 1IU,, ihtd.
.1011 N liODliEs.
it, 1. 1 1 . Vi1."r,5n'"1 Kl"m,'"'ii'1'"'
Dal.'d Ihlut aim. III , February IHS.
WHOLESALE WINES AMI I.IOI Oils
F. M. sioekMi tli. Fr. it..linl;r
Sn. . i nsnra to f, M si.H-kfti lh.
Iliiporti-i-M filial " J i Im; li - tloitl.T,. in
Foreign uiiij Honiestic
LIQITOIIS AM) WINKS,
I.'liine. Ktllr i.Und, Calawhi. l-nliforuln mid t,
poried Port, Slurry, Midani Hun. anl nsn.
NO. (12 OHIO LEVEE, CAIUo. ll.f,.
W hiili'-ale and kf tail !lr: in
Foreign and noinestic Liqiinr
Wiiu's ol all Kinds.
No. un ollio LEYI.K.
A I Lsslis, SMM II A t o. havn ronntaailir a :i
k nf the he.l rjiNl In thu market ami i-.-
e.p. clal alt. niton to the u hnle.ale branch t.f tie
J'.'.V".'!"' - - - -
MM msK SIlu,, AN,
1 STKM roRfil"
w . ; i
I'LCA.X ll.'O.V WoKKS
!t;ioiiiii.LM K.( n:o. ms.
11 . 1'1"' V.""T I'" pat-'d ti.an ever Im
i -ii i -iiiii'.ii. ii itikv.irka at tin- allow m"
u . v' Jtf r.iielne aiitl .Mill Va. hup n
; ' " onin. r ana ninpie i .h, ., ii,
m.iuur,,. I. re nl all kind, of VlMii.-ry. I.'jllma.
I M ''"'!"'" "!, ,' r1'L"'. ,"ln,lH mode a ... i-ilty.
no-ill , .i-diii iHHiiiiii-i nn ti nnijr I immk, inn
Ile.'ia ii l l'-li I i mi L'iii u to remim of K '..
M i. him tv,
llr.'i-r C,i-lii)es " ii 1 1 kitiil- made toor.lt i
I'ipel'ittln . lu nil ll hranehe.
y I'NPAKAI. I.ELI, ED OKFI'.i:.
A FUKKTKST TRIAL
ii' ONE OF
i Hi. i'()ii;i-;s'
HKAini i:i:ktoi;ix(; i'ads
We ill send one of our IIP I. Til li KMi i,'.
INC PADS) lo mix- Inxalld ii'lllited v illi i
rninplniiil. llll.l.S anil !'K Ell. IMii.
TION. rOS'l'IX ESF.SS, Neiu.n. Ileiiilaelie.
!DxM,et,Mii. NerxoiH Debllltv ami laitmr.' 111. .ml.
1 If' tln-.v will send lis lli. ir ii,).i,,iiis and ml
: dress mid H.ree to send hh J-.'.oh ii ii .-ir. .
cure lo their elillre satl-l I..,,, olln-iwl.e
iiiere will lie no iiiai.'e, xx e win m, I'M- in ion
vluee I lie public of Hie r'lpeMir Milne
oil rut lie
of i;n PADS.
Ami that I hey will do ull iTc'.a'V - -ittl- m'.-t-will
iieiersiirilj' be llinlted In nutiei'T. we I, up".
Ili'irelnre, mi i ai'!,'. application xx lit lie nnnl, . ,
area, erv llespi'i'lllllll' Yullr..
ict.n, w. i'i mill's,
I'.lm "ii'.'.'i, cin. -in nun. Ohio.
I'llj-lelllii. "peak I 'I Ti'llll of fr.:i in liix.iriiflli..
HKMril I A I .
t im iw xti, .1 r,;,,
I tn InU 1'inl ii'iieeiin-lilenil,).' iicii,iilni i ',
be i.pi llllllin of 111" Pinl. I eilll riiuclriuiiiti.lv
I'l'cnininriid U n an exi'"llelit r.inie.l', In nil i.
ri.e. lor ii iili Ii Dr. Purl. ' t'ti''l. Il ne,
IHI..I. IIAIil.oWl ,
'.'III Cior.i M io. I, ( liiciiiiiinl.
Wlint Hex- 'lo-eliii Emery Ilin u.'H km... ii fue
.Ml-siiiicir; ,.:i,' n:
Cim ivsAi'i. .1 en., 'in, h;i;,
It. nine bad ii iiWiicUMlni lee i.llli Dr. I .irl,. .
II 111 Kllli-lli'll I It'll Vllllllev.'l' III', 'IM'. Illlllieinl. lie i.i,.
k.i I'li'iscletielnllrly. ami W ill pnive nil Hiev pi'ninl.e,
IlliV. .lOHMI'll '.;M' Ii'V,
ll'.lrael" fi'iitn a 1'. "I' He Many la ll.-r. lteiiieni!v
rec'leiKl nl llie I lillee,
One Mil"! "I feel Unit eiiiii- 'n,. Ip,.,. ruled llie
ri'e " Ali.illi.'l' ''.'; "Vutlf P'lil l.:i lit mirlicil
llll l ie"!', ll Im- el.iirely l'einlle 'pv eil-l 1 01 less
III i I nil-' ii.'lil Mel. lleii'lai he." ii'i!ie V ille. :
"Yni'i' Pad nll"U'l l "trli'lly lo Imli nn.l I.i
fin iv e.'bi liuin. I I'd! u. wen ni. v.'i'." Aiiniliei:
"Y.'iio' Pol iiii'titeit me i. f lll'ln,Kiit;s. and alm
ptil liliefi I mil help r I Im ll I have been in Iwei.tv
veiirs " Mlllnniitlei'i.iiys: I Inue enilur, .1 nil Un..
Iliir.,.,",01l lll'i olll , (' H 1 Ill ) .1 vit anil I'l-J" p.lll
Aller urine ,'iuir pint all 11. i'U lell ine. I n..
Iiinn l - "I Inixe n 'd x onr 1I. illl pei'le. III .nl.
Ilietorv re. nil-, mill ell. I'I'llilli ii'.",iiiineui llieef to