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THE DAILY CAIRO BUIXETIN: FJUDAY MOUMNd, FEBUUAKV 23. 1879.
rilOr'BvSlO.NAJ, C.iUIH-i'iiVSiCl I VS.
JII. ItUYANT. M.-1.
OKFICK: Kllitli and WvUintou Afemi.
XII no bourn- 9. A. to b I.
KKSIIlK.NCKi-Cornnr .Nineteenth aud Wash
lnjtoa . ' .
11. MAUEAN, T 1).,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon-
Orllco Itt Commercial avenue. ItuHlilonro corner
Koiirt-eulli bl. and WimhiuKlon avenue, Cairo.
yy n. smith, M.D.
'Ofliee and ltahlenrr:
NO. ill THiKTKKNTll 8TKKKT. CAIitU. ll.I.
It. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Omen--No. 1:1C Commercial Avenue. tclcn
Eighth aud Ninth Strci-u
Jyil W. C. JOCEI.YN.
OKFICJC Kltfhth Street, ue-r Commercial Aycuue,
CI. T. WHITLOCK.
UKNKKALCCLLIICTOH uP HILLS AND KLNTS
All account of professional and hunim-n men
promptly lt-iili'il lu. otfW. Commercial ve
ooe, betvtecu Kij;lilh nod Ninth atretic
Kefereucca: -Professional aud lluslnesa men of
"YM. (J. MtUEE.
Ofnc,-, overt'. 4 V. R. It. Genera! Oflicc.
OFFICE -Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth aud Sixth ata.
J INEGAtt &. LANSDEN.
At toraeys-at-1 s. v.
OFFICF.- -No. Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL I'U'KltOF ALKXANDKlt COUNTY.
Only Mornins Daily iu Southern Illinois.
- We aiv authorized to announce tut name of Ai.
vumd ComNo. iu a candidate lor City 'I'retinuur at
the eiiMMlu city election.
We ait: atlioried to announce Inn name of Wam
tkb L. fiinxTiii. n a candidate for the oflicc of tit
Treasurer, ut the ooLiui: charier election.
We are authorized to announce tha' Miiks W,
Parkr;:! acaadidate, at the ensuing city cli-ellon.
for the office, of City Treasurer.
1'jinou Itru ktin: Please aniujcncc that I am u
' candidate for the office of City Treasurer, at thu
approuching city election.
We are authorized to announce W. K. Sciici K.'ai
an a candidate for City Clerk at tbe approaching
We arc authorized to announce Locis I.. Dam-.
aa a candidate for City Clerk at the ensuint; mu
yTcaro authorized to announce John fl. run li
a a raudidate for reelection to the office of city
Clerk at the approaching municipal election.
Wc authorized to a tinomice that William il. Howk
it a candidate for thu office of City Clerk, at the en
suing itv election.
Notick. to whom rr mat concrr.. The Cairo
Bulletin Co., will pny no bills contracted by any of
IU employe, or any one connected with The Hcl
UTIN, unlcaa the same la made on a written order
signed hy uiyaelf, and the order my t be attached to
the bill when presented.
K A. Ul'KNKTT.
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CaIiio. III., Keh IHT9. f
"Stue. Har. ITiar. ilttm Wind. Vel. Weather.
:iAa m 30.71 IS 8 S.K. 5 Kair
11:11" SOW W M N.K. 5 cloudy
8 p. m :.W Si 'A S.K. 11 Kair
3:40 " S(Mi to -'il S.ii. D lair
Maximum Temperature. :tH': Minimum Tern
nerat.ira. IT ; KalnfuK.O UJ Inch.
1 W. II. KAY.
Hera't Slfnal Corns. V. S. A,
Mr. Oljprly'n little jjirl i cmivalrs-
Mr. F. 1). Hereford's sisti-r Susan, died
in Blue IhIjiuiI, on Monday nilit lrwt, of
Mr. Henry VV. Kiniit-ur Is fiUATcriiiu'
from an attack of pneumunm. lie is said
to be vtry ill.
Hilly HoWitm, of Unity, was in C'.iiro,
yesterday, making iun'!ia"n of seeds und
Mr. Nick Pennington. eiiiTal freight
agent of tho Cairo & Vincnnes rou.l, rc
turned from a business mission abnmtl.
The Arlington houe,' under tlie man
agcmer.t of Mayer Winter, will bo opened
lor tie rot cptidn of u, tests, i.i u day or two,
pDubably to-mtitrow .
Tho R'tform club littvi- removed the
pine-lK)X iaw dust MjiitUxiiis that inuu
gurated a eoiiliuyratlon in tho retidin,";
room, about a week n'o, mid supplied their
plneea with hubstaiilial earthen ones.
The Odd Fellow s, of Cairo, are much
gm;n to sociables. They hold them fit
quently, take their wives und tlauirhters
along, and enjoy them, rationally and ex
clusivc.-ly. The next iciablc is booked f.
Tho hunting party tlmt went over to
Missouri, Wednesday inuvniug, eume from
Indiniiapolis und Terre Haute, ami not
from Northern Illinois, us stated by us
yeHterdny. The general superintendent of
the Indhntipoh nnd Ylneennes railnmil
wuH one of the parly.
Two or three nien, feloniously inclined,
vlalted the C. & V. depot, lute Wednesday
. night, ami romuieneed rolling oil' a bale
of cot:.i. Tlie watch man becoming up-
; prised ot the attempt, firod his blunderbusa
i at the ntsoala, who quickly decamped,
j cmpty hnmled as they came.
j -AUuittht! bet meetings yet held in
Reform hall were thoM "tru.-t-t-hu k"
meetings, when no p:irtu'ular sp ;iker was
announced. Tin? meeting to-night will be.
to some extent, of that character, dipt.
Hilly Williams will talk awhile, and other
members will be drawn out, enough to
occupy the time and interct the audience.
We arc glad to learn that our old
friend, and everybody's friend, Joe Conniel;,
is slowly improving, with lively prospects
of complete recovery. The traveling pub
lic can't spare Joe from the Illinois Central.
He has been a fixture of the southern
division so long that a thought of the road
begets a thought of the man, and vice
The church festivities held at the resi
dence of Mr. ami Mr-, ltittcnliou.se, la-t
night, drew out, fur such an occasion, an un
usually large crowd. The elegant parlors of
that comfortable home were compactly
filled; but under the. skilled and courteous
management of thu hostess, there always
seemed to be "room for more." a often r.s
The.iufant child of Mr. and Mrs
James Mason died. laU1 Wcdnesuay night
of a throat dise;Le. believed to lie dir.thcria
or membraneous croup. The sudden and
extreme changes of temperature, this win
ter, impose upon parents the duty of keep
ing s constant watch upon their little oaf.
Clothing :nu.t be adjusted to suit the weath
er. and a constant precaution exercised
Tlie C. i V. Mad se.it out an extra
freight train loaded with cotton this morn
ing, and has about sixty carloads ou hand,
to be sent forward as soon as pfiib!( The
company has Mils of lading for about two
thousand bales, to arrive in a day or two.
Ten or twelve car loads per day are receiv
ed via the Iron Mountain nad: the balance
coming from Memphis.
Jim Turner is tiie nan..- of a fourtevn
year-old colored boy, of this ity. who
would ! n "taking card" for any minr-trcd
troupe traveling. In a clog dance or hoe
down, double-shutlle, sid -shtiriie. pigeon
ving, or any of the "; " tlirtt require.
much practice .in.l lightning activity, the
Imiv is quito a" proiiigy. S'e have seen
much wor-e dancing in professionals of
The liev. .1. II. -vtt. of Metropolis
it mini of much ability and a most ardent
and devoted Ma.-oii and Odd Fellow, ilii-d
en Tu' silay evening l?ist, of consumption.
lie matle li;s marK in .Massac county ly
elevating the sc hools uf that county from
an absolutely chaotic condition to a degree
(f excellence and efficiency that surprised,
while it gratified their patrons. He was a
useful man. in Mass.: county, and his less
will not only be de -ply deplored, but
- There ure those who an- disposed to
ascribe the authorship of the "Under Dog
in the Fight," to William Winter, of N-w
York. Why a disposition of this kind is
manifested while we have a William Win
ter in Cairo why any one should "beat
around the bush" three thousand miles
away to "scare out" a nun of that name,
when we have one directly among us. Ls
'onuiidrumie.il. We take back nothing.
The "Yaller Dog in the Fight," was writ
ten by i;d. Willett, also a ( itizui of Cairo
when the lines were written.
-The (Joleonda I ni'K.-i.tt nominates
Hon. W. II. Or-en, of this city, us a camli-
lat" for Circuit Judge, and gives the Judge
the oenelit of a highly laudatory "send off"
all of which wc mo.it heartily endorse. Hut
we are disposed to think the Democrat's
nomination of Judge Green is lacking in tlie
essential element of authority. We have
Ix-en assured that should the complications
of the canvass render it necessary to hold a
Democratic convention, that then, should
Judirc Green be one of the nominees, he
would not, most likely, decline to make the
race. Otherwise, it is altogether prob-
ble that the Judge will not be in the field.
- While Walker Wilkinson and his wife
were worshiping in the A. M. K. church.'
Wednesday night, somebody, instigated by
the devil, i-lTeetud au entrace into hisdwell
ing hotisi) ou Comnicrcial nvenite. just above
Twelfth street, and ctu'ried oil' twenty dol
lars in cash, and a lot ol note, checks, let
ters and accounts, of no special value 1o
anybody but the owner. Walker thinks
the burglarlv wascommitled between the
hours of eleven and twclv o'clock, us he
returned home at the hour last named. He
bad 1ml recently supplied his windows
with patent fasteners, and :is it was by hoist
ing one of these "securely bisteiied" wind
ows that the burglar gained entrance to the
houe, lie Is considerably "down" on the
We didn't intend to say, and it was
not so written in our manuscript, that Mr.
Lippitt had entered upon a discharge of
duty as assistant postmaster. Wc merely
uniiDimeed his appointment, ami added
thr.t the "position is mm. he will
(111 to the entire; satisfaction of everybody."
Of the disposition Mr, A I. Sloo intends to
make of himself, wo have not been advised;
but this we do know, llmt heartily nt the
people of Cairo may welcome Mr. Lippitt,
they will part with Mr. Sloo with feelingsj
of sincere regret. We doubt very much if
there Is a man in Cairo who c m serve in the
stitnn position right or nine ycers, and
b- able to say, in w.- are confident Al Sloo
"a.i ty, '1 hav.'giv il no mil: t ami' f n cum-
plaint or ofTenee." He waa al ways oblig
ing, courteous, att'ntiv.' an I honest. If
ia his purpo?c to Bcek or accept a like situ
ation elsewhere, he can curry with him, if
he desires it, the hearty recommendation of
every citizen of Cairo.
The Collector has commenced col
lecting the taxes for 1S7S, and intend- to
push the coll' ction of personal taxes vigor
ously. This being true It, buhomes the
special committee of the Taxpayers associ
ation to take such steps aa may he neces
sary for the protection of the property of
the members of the association. The omi
mittee is composed of the following gentle
men: Kichard Fitzgerald, John
Wood, A. Comiugs, Charles Lan
caster and .Samuel Wilson. This
is a good committee gentlemen who
doubtless know what to do and how to do
it. It ouly remains for them to be "up and
The pubii-her of the Argus -,'ivi s no
tice that, from this time forth, he will exact
a reasonable price br all manner ot advei
tiscments or notices that are cah ula'.ed or
intended to advance the busine.-s. the aim
or schi me.- (if individuals, or com;, mi
societies or organizations of any and -ve;y
nature and kind whatever. In other wer.N.
he will make a reasonable charge. a Tiu:
Hci.i.ktin. for several months, has done,
(and the newspapers of other cities always
did) for everything that is legitimately
ch.ssable as advertising. This is light, and
citieus w ho are willing to accord to Cairo
newspapers tint w hich is undeniably their
own. wiil applaud the resolution expressed,
to adlwar to it.
.V n -irro man n.imed William Johnson,
a resil"iit of Twentieth treet had
been sick of consumption for severi! ;
wecks. and was considered (itiite low. but
no immediate danger wits- anticipated.
I):iri:iLr Wednesday n'ght he called to his
wife to get him something, and she not re
sponding at once, Johnson chimlwd out of
bed to make inquiry into the cause of the
delay. He had made bi:t a few
step on the tlmir when his
wife heard him fail, and hastening to him.
she found him dead. He h.vl been stricken
down in an instant by heirt discae. as is
supposed. The neighltors were advised
of the sj1 ftecurretice. :iud rathi-riiig in. re
placed the bodv on the bed. mi.l yesterday
uiorniu'r it was in rea iincss for burial.
A negro womm irtnte.l F.vei
in th" lower j irtion of the city, complained
to '..jiiire Itohinson. yesterday, that her
husband wis "doing her dirt:" that havrng
hid occaMo,) to drop into a neighbor's
house, she s,iw, much t h-.-r amaz'-m- rit I
and indignation, her husband, .sitting upon
te side of a be 1 that w as occupied by a
female, who was "none too good even wic'i
she is not in bed." Of cot:r-e, such
a sight put Mr-. Ilverett's tongue
on a p'v it. an I h talked with
both ends i f it. K.eri tt had occasion to
think so at all events. In due time the
"faithless husband" was arrested mid
brought into court: but the wife bad been j Few na n have died who received the tninis
perstiyled that h-r luisband had only been j tratious f stu h a devoted friend. If any
retiion-tr iting .vith tie- bad woman on the men living can claim a like friendship, he
Indie ss of her conduct. At ail events she I ought to prize it, tor, in that regard h.
didn't appear to prosecute, and Kverett was certainly one in twicj ten thousKud.
Tin-re are but few citi'-s the sie of
Cairo. in the West or clhere, that is, j
like Cairo, destitute of a city hall. Such
a O'lilcling woum ne a great convenience.
alike to the authorities ot the city and the
citiens themselves. As mutters . now
stand, the Mayor's office is at one point, the
City Clerk's office at another point. Hi"
Police Magistrate's of'.ice, the City Attnr-
ney's ollice, the Coutif il chamber und the
'Police headquarters at still other points,
and thus are the officers of the corporation
scattered till over the city. A city ball, the
lower storv devot -d to business uses, or
set aside as a 1 irge public hall, with the j
different city oDieet, ft.-., on the second i
floor, the transaction of tlie public business
would be greatly facilitated, and system
would !.' developed out of the present ilis- I
order. The cost of such a building would j
be comparatively light the advantages
The rumor abroad that the llelbrm
Club has in contcnnlatiou the nomination
of n full city ticket, lor temperance men
to support, at the A iril election, is wholly
unfounded. The club has widely determ
ined to hold itself entirely free from all
political, sectarianor corporation entangle
ments. The members will, of cotirs", lend
their support to :'h ciuulidates as they
may bdieve wiil best subserve tic ends at
which t!i" club K Milling; but I hey will
vote as iudividiitls and not as a body. The
chilis r.t Anna, C'titrnlia and other lociiii-t'u-s
b'lt thems"lw.'.--, strong enough lo con
trol their respect ve cities, The eit'nt to
do so not only br. light them defcit ; but re
sulted in the n iter destruction uf the
clubs. In no t )oi- manner coifd thu
Cairo 1! 'form ('Ink more, ell' etuiilly wreck
itself;aiiil the lending members of the or
ganization have tlt guild sense to nip j
the bu I every movment of Indiscreet raein
bers, that points in that direction.
Theputhwny of He editor of Tin; lUt,
mTW is strewn with rotes as well Hs hedg
ed inbytlioniM. If wc write anything that
is. especially obnoximi.t to smiiehndy .ay
Something that exasperates S'liii. biKly in
inllunity, for insftnee, we are k'i"!lv and
geivroiisly ' cNcusad, md Oberly -let
him lie a thoiisind mil", aw ay, tmi ;M j.
ttucent us a child Uiibor.i g Is ;b devil.
Peopli! faubbornly r"fin.i.' to tL:., .-..'m, ( ,jm
from tlie pnp., it Ih'.'s,1 n.i, .j,uJ,t
when they feel in a complimentary mood
and therein lie the roses of our pathway.
Wo can speak ill of whom we please, and
Oberly is held auswerable for it. Wc
can write- disparagingly of our law-makers
in Springfield, of the management of our
State institutions'of everybody and every
thing, ud the vials of retributive wrath me
emptied upon the hairless poll of Oberly,
and not upon the "tangled shock" of Har
rell. This is an assuring, comforting re
flection to us; but serves to rentier the debit
side of oberly 's profauity account, rather
The Fadueah authorities have set an
example that Cairo should make haste to
imitate. A new board of health has been
organized, and the council has ordered ti
general cleaning up and renovation tf the
streets, alleys, commons und private premi
ses of the entire city. This work performed
now, the heat of next summer w ill have no
terrors for any one: but delayed, until the
prevailing nastim- commences to breed
sickness and death, the cleaning process is
likely to add to the very evils it may be
intended to cure. Ctini might to be
placed in the be--t pos-iblc smitarv condi
tion by the first day of May. To crTect
tills end a health "tlior should be ap
pointed who has .sense enough to know
what kind ot -.'arbaire constitute filth, or
will, under the action of the sun, generate
poison. He should also have the moral
courage to perform his duty to exact noth
ing at the hands of the family that lives in
the hovel that he would tint require at the
hands, of the man who r,yixirts a stately
Twenty or thirty citlens- of Cairo,
among whom were Capts. Wiiiiams and
Thi-tlewood, Mr. C.core S. Fi.-lur, Henry
t.,;., .. ...i.,. .,.i1r,..i : ,?!,.., r
the St. Charles hotel. Wednesday evening,
about S o'clock. It seemed to !e an ftl-
tirely sjHintaneot'.s ajT.iir. The crowd lt ing
seat-d. on motion of Mr. Litlin Alderman
Thistle wood was called to the chair. He
call -d the meeting to order, when Captain
Williams arose, and presented tu .Mr. George
S. Fi'lier an elegant framed likeness of the
late Dr. Waldo reminding Mr. Fisherthat.
though an apt. it was an inadequate reeog
nati"ti ot his tearless and devoted attentions
to Dr. Waldo during l is h.st sickness. Mr.
Fisher had received no intimation of the
objict of the gathering, I'lld was,
tiler t'.re, taken by surprise. With
soi:i embarra-siifiit he rei-eiv.-d the likf-
u s of his dead friend, and evprcsNvd hi s
thanks th-Tcfor iu uppn priate terms. We
insist add. on our own account, that this
testimonial was Well K stowed. When Air.
Fisher took his place by the bedside-of Dr.
Waldo, who had been smitten bv yellow
fevT. he could hive but felt that. i:i doing
so. he took his own life in his hands that
the hanecs were that Lis devotion to bis
friend would cost him his lile. Hut he
faced all tic d inger, assumed all the risk.
ami remained by the bedside of his sick
friend, day and night, without respite,
until death relieved him of his charge.
We will oiler at public auction, on Satur-
,hVi Mim.t) ;t ,rj oVwk a n ,h.
1 tiie furniture of the St. ('IutIcs Hotel, con-
; h) Qf par,)r luriJ1 , u rt.. .Inim)rH. ,,;,,
jb,j((iilSi in.a,nw(.) ,h,.,.ts ,,iii(nv.,
, (.riK.k(.ry stV(;-s ,.,,.l!r-t WD!,,. ct(., U
j . s(ll, ; ,t t) s(,;t j,. ut.j, ilst.rs. Sale
' psitiu-and without resi rve.
j A. W I'vcit
j Soi A. Su.vi.it, Auctioneer.
j Tin-: Theatre C 'iniquc company was very
j happy in their efforts; to please on account
! of the crr liii" audience that hid as-em-
bled to witness xw: tlifTerei.f special acts.
Particular mention may be made of the
fhst jmrt Female Minstrel Scene and the
m w Songs and Jokes that are oilered.
Joiiwn-: How man, the popular minstrel
and great end man, with a good variety
troiip at the Theatre Coini(iie, only ','.(:
admission, every night.
Fun a good shave for ten cents, a good
haircut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's babcr shop. No.l t;' Cotuiuecial
llKM)i:itsoN's Hardware store. Commer
cial avenue corner Tweli'ih. is the center of
attraction tor both city and country people.
There they find lie "ilrnnd Charter Oak
Sioves," ll'.'ating .Si'i.es, all kind-. Itird !
t ages, biilitein-, Lamps, Cliiuui.yH, cut
lery, Plated ware, Carpetiteis tools, Files,
llaiiiiner,:', Ifnlchet-.. Tin ware -all kinds,
l'otatoe I'.irers and Cullers, and thou , amis
of other articles that we have not spare to
A. I'l.AtK ok A. mis I'M MM'- The Theatre
Coiiiiiue, open every night. Admission
2.jC to all purls of the house,
Al.l. the finest br iiids ot cig . is and to
bacco, fine cut and plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc,, a large
and varied stock, for silent wholesale mid
riMnili at F, Kor-myers, Si.uh street near
Coal! (:ol.--Wooi( Wood. F. M
W'urd has on hand the best ((Utility of coal j
for sale at the nutrke't price. Very low. I
Also a large stock of wood of all kinds.
lie Is well known lo everybody we trust
liii win ms cive ins lull shard ol patronage,
Paid'H to suit the iiiue.i.
A. Haixkv, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to hit
large and varied' stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook Btovcg
are among tho latest and best patterns and
are not excelled as bakers by unything iu
the market; they are of the heaviest make
and will last longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close as to make it an
object to call and examine. Kverythfng
else low to suit the times.
HitANcii Okkick of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansville, at Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street, Cairo, ills.
Qi KKV Why will men sm,);4(. common
tobacco when they can buy .Marburg IWh
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price!
SOUH AmUUCA A.M. SotTllI'.ltM UNITED
St mv. 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 Th?y should, of course, at all
times keep the liver attive, and to our read
ers we would recommend Tablcr's Vege
table Liver IV wder; taken in time, it will
often save money and much, suffering.
Price .r0 d-nts. Harclay iiro'he;,, agents,
Tin: HiVKKYt:. It is a well established
fact, that Tablet's Hutkcye Pile Ointment
will cure, if used according to direction.
.Esculus Hippoeastanum. or Horse Ches
nuts, commonly known a, the Huckcye, has
been highly istccmcd for many years,
owing to the fact, that it possesses virtues,
lying in the bitter principle called Esculin,
which can be utilized for the cure of Piles.
If affected with that terrible uiso.i.-e, u.e
Huckcye Pile Ointment and le relieved.
Harclay ilrothers. agents. Cairo, UN.
CoNsfMCTios Ci fiKK - An old phtsician,
retired from practice, having had placed iu
hi hands by an East India mis.sif-n&ry the
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for
the speedy and perinaumt cure for con
sumption, bronchitis, catarrh, a.-thma. and
all throat and lung aiYccti.-iiS also a posi
tive and radical t ure fir nervous debility
and all nervous complaints, after having
tested its wonderful curative powers in
thousands of cat.-s, has feit :t his duty to
make it known to his -uffi ring fellow.
Ar'.uated by this motive, aud a .h.-ir to
reii'-ve hum. in suiTt ring. I wi-i -end, fr-e
of ch ;irg . to all w hodesi.e it, this recipe,
with full dir ctioiis for preparing and uing.
in Gel man. French, or English. Sent by
mail by addn-sing with stamp, naming
this paper. W. W. Slxnir, li'i Pow r-'
Hl.tk. lteii.cster. New York.
A C!:t). To all who are sufiering from
the errors and indiscretions nf youth. n-T-vou
weaknes.-, early dtscay, lo.s of niun
luxv!, Ajc, I will send a recipe that w ill cure
you. kkkk ok cn vuok. This great remedy
wris discovere-l by a missionary in S rj'h
America. Send i balf-addrcsed envelope to
the He..Ios).rii T. Inman. Jstatiou D. Hible
House, .N'ew York City.
Chkw Jackson's U'-t 5we-t Navy To
DMIXIS71!ATt'l;'S NOT It'll.
KT?8 Of . II WILC'ii. yC
Th- a: 'irr-'L'r.ed. le.'.in; le-. n n puii't -d .-iiti:a
i'tralor-of thciftw of V. Jl Ailrox. I'll'- uf
til" county ol ' ASei'under ami at.-ite of Illliaii. ite
cead. h'-P l) ive Imlire tli-t I sin i app-vr be
fore the cie.ihty . our: of Aletuni',. r county: at tiie
coer. 'eiue tu i.'iur.i. at l!u- Mny t'-r-n, on th"
thiol M-iieln- in Vuv n-xt, :it v.hlt t time nil
peMitti- Jin ii.'j cj-ii'n u'iiut -;iii! estate are noli-li'-'i
aiei re'i'Jef t.-rt t- attend fr il:e purpimi of hav
I : i tieo-iiiiie adjust-', 1. AM p'-r-nn- inrt.-nti-dto -nii
i n: i.i ure r'-'uest-d l" make iiiun'.-'iiate paj mem to
tie- iiiiile!i!iiel .
Dul'-d thl Ulh tiny of Ki l.n.ar... A. D. TO.
KI.oitHNt K. A WII.CuX. Adml'ii-tru!r:x
ALKIiKD WII.COX, Ad:niO':rair.
'KC 1 Tull S NOTicK.
l.sr.tTE op r.i- IIAKI. SC'N. DC B.si:ii
1 iie .ind'T-is'ii' d. Laving Im-cii n)poiiili'il U't- cie
trU f the Wt wiil unit t 'tan i-rit of .M'.' ln- l lii.n-
in i i'e ol the t.-'i-.uc of Aie.Mu iler, anil -tali: ol ii.i-
llll!. llei en-'"!. !, fie, L'iie- h-'liee th'l'. -Il,- V.,',. lip-
pe -r be:'..re th' eoniity i ou.'Lol A!e":stider I'liiiiiy. n'
lie- rouri In. use tu ( ,ro. iln- March term, on th"
ii-'-uiis tiii'iti.' iliiims n','nii'.si ;ii'i e-t iie are no ,
i if',, il -i'hI ri ioii-:.-il !o all. nil fur the liirno.i' nf i
iui.iii.' the name udja-tnl. All )ier-on iniit.l
cd lo N.ildt-tate are r- q'.n t''d to niaki - iiiiinediat.
p'C. IU I'M lo til" nnder-ivneil.
Du'.ed ::.is '.'.'ail die ot .laniiiirv. A. I). 1S7.
Kl.l.rlN JiOl'i;.N. i;.ei i,iri:..
yOTH K 'il-' HSAl. sl-'tTLilMlINT
Kr.TK 0 I.M I.MI .1. MCMILLAN, URCRAt-RII
Stute of illi:i"i. Ale.Mim!ercetiuty. ss.
To '.lie h. ira :uul c.-i 'lltors of Mild enlutc:
Von nr hereby notiiled that on Monday, the I'M li
dav of Miireh, th'- iid-nlnixtriior of aid uii'.te,
will present to the county court of Ah .vindcr
county, iit Cairo. Illinois. Mail report of
his ii''U and ilnlnps n sneti tti!inlt:!"tr:ior.
and i'k the conn to be 'tli-cbiir'.'eil from any
mill all tiirtie-r (Cities nnd respmn'tbllltiea cuniiect
eil with niil.1 state, n".d l.!s a'iiiilnitriiilou Lu reof.
at vi hiih tine :ind ptnie. veil maybe present aiiil
r'i -I s U"tt ujiplI'Miioii if v u cIiixikc n to do.
JOHN 5'A 1: KOTT'. Administrator.
I()JJ Sl'KO T
' ' 1 -t .
PKOPHlETdii ; spllOATS PATENT
Whole-salt' Dciilcr in loo,
ICE HY TIIE C. U LOA 0 OUTOX, WELL
PACKED FOE SiHI'PlNCJ.
I OoP. Twelfth Stl'CCt ailtl LCVCC,
1VJ OTIC K la hereby ln tliat I will be at the M I
loninir iinmed plui ea.al thu tlmoa below nUUsd
for the purponi! if collecllnii tlm Heveniie of Alai
aiidorCoiiiilr, IIIIiioU fertile A. D. 1H7K, and all
Hack Tanea that appear onTax Hook for A. I) IS'iH:
(a Hit. tlmu ullimeil by law la anon for collecting
the taxcit, and niakiUK lleioi-iili. etc.. Urn purer
Will at once ecu thf iicci'-lty of paviliK Up, at ooca,
and by doiuji their lowunhlp tuasiiroa will ra
ce vu tu, Mi hool moneya hclinmlnc lo the tlillewot
school illcirhiii, piiv llielr teachcra and auvc paln;
Inleri Bi im tiu-ir miicilnUi., etc.)
At store houso of Ciuilile & Durhuin In HoWAn, I
Ila.lewood preciut.ou Tut -day, March llth, WJ,
nt S o'clock a. m. ,
At nioru liuimu of John ilolcn In Samluskr.
Sanduskv precinct, on Vedneiday, March I'jlli ISTV,
At ftore liollne of It, Y. Curtla in tnwii of llodif a
1'arli, I'liltv iroi lnci. on Thursday. .March :lth,lS,'il
Al lore lioue of S M.Orral lleech Kldii ata
tion, lleech ItidKc precinct, ou I'rldav, March UUt,
At ftore house of K. Culley & Co., in Clear Cnsst
yrei-uu t, on Monday. March 17th, lb"T.
At "tore bourn' of U A. KdmuuHou iu KokI Cap
Cllriudeau irecliict. on TiieHiiny, March IHlh. 1STV
Al atore of 11. V. Ilrown X Urn., in town of Theb.,
Tlieben prei luct. on Wednemlay, March l'.itti, ISV
Al more of A II. Ireland In iown el h-inu Yv
Saeta Ki e i reclnit. en Thursday, Man h 'J)(h, l-n.
At slorn houiie nf !' Il Aliierlnn In limw U
Iftii'i pre.'liict, ou Krnliiv. March !!Ut. ISH.
Al roiileine nf N. if iinnncker in. Lake M 1 J 1 1 -slo
precinct, on . Saturday, .March 'i'nd, ISV.I. .
At renldenceof Peter Snup in Kirst Cairo pri'finct
ouTuenday, Man b'i'i, ISi'.i.
At atnre house of IioI.I-uim' it Ittwenwitcr la
Seonnd Cairo pre. iin t, ou VS edueKitay, Marca JtUi '
Al store home of I'atriik l''tzei ralrl, romerlltb
street and Coinim-rrial aviiiie, in Third Cairn vrr
etnet on 'l'bnrda., . Mnreh VTth, IST'j.
Altore liiiue',,f Krin-nt 1'etiit. In Fifth Cairw
pH' inct. on Kildat. March js, to. t
AttheCi.iirt Hui'reiu Kourtli Cairo predncl. oo
SauniajJ March -.-e.h to April l'.'th. S7.
Sheriff and V. (ifllcio Co'.l- or
Dated this Cairo, 111 , February SW. I-?.
WHOLty.VI.K WINIX AM) LlglOIt
F. il.M.w'.aVt!,. Fn J iIinltr.j
Stockflktji cV 1)I:osh
Sa-ci -o.'s) to y. M Si'Kkt.'th.
I:n pctrtci-. in-.il W'iKiUnlt. ..-ii..-k irt
Foreign and Ihimentir
LIQUORS AND WI.VKS,
Ilhiue. Kelt;. !ju'i, t .MVi. Onlii'.irun mil nn
porUst i'urt, ?herr,, Aledara W!ne aud I turn
.NO. GioiiiO LEVEE. CA1KO. ILL
Fniviiru anil DoiiH'stit: LiquoiN
- I s l "
Wincs t)l all Kinds,
NO. M OHIO LEVEE.
MKs.sHs syyT,i ,t o. ha tn.toaVf t
st'jck of '.he he-: - ...d- Iu :l.e uiarHet an-l l
"epii iai attention to uie lio.enlc brtU' h m! thu
j ACOi! WALTF.lt,
Dt-ah'; in lrosh Meat.
H'twMi V:iMliiriKtiti ami Com
jinTciiil : ., ii'tioiriiiiu Ilaiiiiyn.
i LTKl'S for
iie l.--t Beef, I'nrk. Mu'ton, V -al.
T Ijllllb. S.1 Lrl .V.-.. Hllll is MriMlltn-ll tit nl-FVH
. Ac. and - :,
fiiniliii-" lu an acci-ut'iMc ni.anrn r.
N I N PARALLELLED 0FFEI1.
FKEE TKST TRIAL
i; VN H OF
IK. KOI MiKS'
HEALTH IiKSTOUING TADS
We will -eu-1 on.- of our II MA LI 11 HXSTOit
INH I'Al.'s- to am Invalid artllited with Liter
Complaint. CHH.l.s and I'KVKIt, IMUOK.s
T10N. COSTIYUNKSS, Ntrveus Headache,
lv:.H p-iii, Nertoax Debility a.id Impure L'lood.
If" they will eiii us iheir pviiii!i.:iii. ami ad
(IrvHs iuid urree to eend l', S'.'.Od if il eileclx
n cum to tii' ir entire iib-fuctKiii, iitheii,e
tln-re tt ill be no ciii'.re. We tvill do ibis 'o con
vim:" the J.iihllc ol the superior value iw a
of urn pads.
iiil that liiey will do all we sn;,-. An till niter
III in i--.wii'. Lc ili.iili d in i'.Lmbcr, av titi'i,
j tin r lure, uu tiir i .i''!.' i.tl"ii will l" ma le. Ad
erv Ii'i sDecUiiily Yours.
DIM.. W. F()l(ltl.
! Klin street, Cincinnati. Olilo,
Vhysici'iiis ' peak in Terms uf l'rulse lu tu vnr of thu
1 1 KMHI L'AD.
Cincinnati, June lSTil.
Il.uluz hud (tonio coii-ttlcre Ok acquaintance with
the operation of ihu I'nd, I can eouclenclniisly
recommend It nn uii excellent remedy In all the (lln
enses for which Dr. ForbeacouiiselM Ita use.
Dlt. J. HALLOW KM..
27(1 Ot orRe Ktn ct. Clurlsniitl.
What Uev. .loseph Kmery, the nell known City
, Cincinnati. June 110. ISTtl.
Ilnvlnff (mil a loni ocqiialntauee wllh Dr. Forbes.
I ma aatlMlleil that whatever ha recommends lie Uoea
so eolacii'iiclously, and will provo all Ihey promiae.
liliV. JOSEPH EMKHV.
ExtructH from a. few of Hi" Many letters froqneiilly
received at the Ollice,
One aava:-"I feel that your I'mls have paved mv
PfH " A'liolhermya: "l our 1'ail liua Just roattticrl
my mat). II has entirely removed my coativeneaa
nnd coiiuoquciit Hick lleiidnclie," Another vrltiw:
'Voiirl'ad nttended atrlctly to biialnims, and in ,
foit)'-el8bl Iioiiih 1 fell at wull Mover." Another:
"Vour I'nd liusciiivd me of IIIIIIousiick nnd a tor
pid Liver. I nm better tlmn I hnvu been In twenty
vnai'N," Htlll iiiiother aaya: I luive eiiilnrod nil the
norrors erowltnt out of n torpid Liver nnd Pyspepaia
After UhIiik rour pad nil lliene ill loll ins." Olio
moni!-"t have imetl yonr l'ada with purructlyastia.
factory reiults, iiud caecrrtilly rvcuuinieud them tu.