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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKMNU, MARCH 4, 1879.
1HKOKKAT BLOOD TONIC
For ihe cure af nil diwawa arMmr. from Itnpuru
blood, auii for luvlcornliiiK aud Mrenjithculni; the
vital orjsn. Are mu weak. n-ivou. dcbllltnti d.
plo nuU riuariaixh Have you lost our iippclile:
Have you I'KiiHv pain in Hi" buck. Ac: If mi. )r.
Lludaev'a Wood searcher will drive out Ibediseusc
nd timer lin k the llliium of Health. Pimples.
Holla, Kisipelaa, Teller. Null lihoiiiii. Ac lire hut
arlacc IrOicatlona of Itltxid !eae: Mini lr. I.lnd
tax' Mood Si-arrhur. Iiy puril'vliitr thu "i.VKtcni soli
em! the skin aud beautirtea the coniplevloti. Sold
bv ill driiiflst. $1,110 per buttle. K E. hellers.
Proprietor, Pittuburif, l'a. Harrlay Uius., Ai;eiita
FLLER'S COUGH SYRl'P.
Ovcrl.0iO.000hnttlfKi.old. It In the mot pleasant
(tnd popular remedy lor Cotc'li. Colds. Croup,
Hoarsuess and all throat and lune, dlacasca. Has
been In use for half a centurv. linior recommend
and preprlli It. J. K. Youman, Long I'. It.. IIU
aaya: "It aaved niv two children frun tin- urave.
A L. Simmona. nf Baltimore. Md.. alo su: "It
will cure the worst coimli immediately." Ask your
drnm-lat ir K rl storekeeper for it and take ii
other. Prim, 'i'lc. fa)., and $1.0U per bottle. Send
for circular. It. K. N'lli'ra A fit.. Proprietor,
PUUburjr, Pa. liarclay Biuh.. AgentH. f aim.
For over 50 ream SKLI.KR'S L1VKH FILLS have
boontho Hl'andnrd n-inedy for Liver fnniulaiut,
CiMtiveneHH. Niik Headache. Fain in Shouldem or
Back. DirilnenH, fouled Tonirue. Fever and Aifue,
and all dUywiea urMng from a derangod "tnte of the
Liver or Htomiirh.- Thonian Adiinm. of lilj Sandy.
Kv., aava: 'Heller's Fill have aaved hundredit of
dollara'ln doctor' hlll In thi country."' H. h.
Sellera A Co., Froprielorn. Filtuburs, Fa. Barclay
13ro., Airenu. t 'alro.
II. BKYAST, M. I).
OFKIf.'K: Eitihtli and Wafliltigluu Avenue.
Oflloe bourn -K. . . to r, .
RKHIDKN'CKt-Cor.ner Nineteenth and Wash
ington. yy II. MAKEAN. M. P.,
IItniroi)iit!iif,riijit'ian and Surjfeon.
t;fllce FK (.'ommurclal avennn. Renldvnce corner
Kiiiirt.cDih ,hi. and Vanhinton avenue, Cairo.
J 11. SMITH, M. 1).
(Illiee and Kexideiicf :
41 TI1IRTKRNTH STKEKT, CAIIIO. ILL.
E. VT. WIIITLOCK,
Ofcick Mo. 1! Comtnertial Avenue, bctwacn
fiRhib i Ld Ninth Htreeu
W. C. JOCELYN,
OPPK'K Elshtk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
O. T. WIIITLOCK,
GKSKliAL COLLKCTOF. OF BILLS AND RENTS
All areounta of prulwmioDol and huninenn men
promptly atU-uded to. Otllce. I3B Commercial ave
nue, bet ween Eighth and Ninth Htreem.
, ' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Refereurra: Frofesnlonal and Huwiuei-H men of
Y"M. Q. McGEE,
Ofllce, otcrC. V, R. K. (leneral Office.
g J. WHEELEU,
Oi'FICK-Ohlo Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth t.
JINEQAR & LANSDEN,
UFFICK-No. 118 Commercial Avenue.
THE DAHY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Oflly Morniiiff Daily In Southern Illinois.
We are authorised to announce the name of Al
rnBoCoMiNoaaaacaudidatuforClty TrcaHiirer at
the ennulng city election.
We are athorlr.ed to announce the ntme of Wai.
Tib L. Hhihtoi. an a candidate for the oftlix- of City
Treaatirer, at the eunuinK charter election.
We are authorized to announce that Mii.kh W.
Faukib I" a candidate , at the euniiiui: city election,
for the office of City Treai-urer.
Enrrott Bkixitik: I'leane nnuoiince that I ant a
candidate for the office of City Tn-aaurer. at thu
apix-oachluK city election,
We are authorised to announce W. F. HctttrrKKita
aa a caudidain for City Clerk at the approuchluu
. man clpal election.
Wo are authorised to antiounee Lot ia L. DaAh
- Ma candidate for Oty Clerk at thu ciihiIiiz mu
We are authorised to announce John II. I'iiim.h
aa a candidate for re-election to the office of City
Clerk at the approaching municipal elecilou.
Wo authorised to announce t tint William II. Huwr
ti a cnndldate for the oftlce ot i lly Clerk, at the en
. tiuluf citv election.
NoTirlt. TO WlloM IT MAT co.nckun. The Cairo
Uulletln Co., w ill pay no bill" contracted by any of
lla employe, or any nno-couucctcd with Tiik llrt.
tsftN, t)nUa Ute aame ia made ou a written order
alirned by uiyaelf, and the order mut be attached to
thu Mil when preaeutud.
1'. A. iM ltNKTT,
Kou balk I'tmr nico lmiMin;f loN nc:.r
. thf lip-town uttihic vtaml.
M.J. Hiiwi.y. Aul.
To i.uan. f.'OO on ini)iovc( city mil
stuto, M. J. Hdwi.y. Ayt,
Circuit tiourt, J u'ltfc Hurler in'suliii,
Mr. TlioniHM Moriin is in Si. 1,'itiis,
lmvinfj Itot'ii tullcil thith.-r ,., u Iium'ukhs
Drii'twuxd ttulrhiTH wer:- jierrotinino;
rftthcr jtorilotiH work bt llic lnvul nf ill--wliarf-lxmls,
Tliti City Coum-il nii'iits tliU uM-tiiiig.
WTitit it limy lo, of public rmist'tjut'iicti,
will be imwto jjuljlit: ttj-iiioi'Mw.
rrof, Jlartly' tlaiwtno; Hfitdcmy will
bo oiM'iifil Wi'iliK'Htlity pvonnitf. hec Mm
miiiotinucuK'Dt in unolli'T culimtn.
-Citirtt uiVrt'linnt arr innkin1,' unuNUiilly
clowctil'.ci'tiDiik with it vlt'w t an cmly
Icpttrtiiry Eift to purchase spring supplies.
A liuinher have tilrcinly left ntul others w ill
Mr. D. Axt'.'ll, division sttpcrintcnili'iit
nf thf Iron-Motintiiin niilrotnl. nt'companifil
by Mr. Axti'll. was in the I'ity, yt'stcniay.
It was a falsi' report -Surfjcnt doesn't
intend to "oo West." Ho never entertained
any such a purpose, 01 intimated a desire
to do Ml.
Hilly LudwiK is aoin in business, and
intimates a purpose to communicate with
the public, soon, through the columns of
Hon. T. W. Halliday accompanied by
Mr. Olierly, left the city for Springfield, by
the afternoon train, yesterday. Mr. Oberly
will return about Thursday.
J. II. Mulcahcy, the enterprising pro
prietor of Commercial Point, iu this county,
was in Cairo, yesterday, attending the
County Commissioner's court.
A. Marx, the wideiy known and popu
lar Levee clothier, and, by the way, a liberal
patron of The Bulletin, started East
Sunday, to purchase his spring stock.
The sale of it lot of plunder nt the cor
ner of Eighth street and Commercial ave
nue, yesterday, called together quite a crowd
of bidder. It was sold to pay aboard bill.
Head Charley Schoentneyers's business
local. He desires to sell his saloon fixtures
and famous ice chest, and avows a purpose
to give the purchaser an unquestionable
The President's veto of the anti
Chinese bill was not wholly unexpected;
but is calling out rather harsh criticisms
from the more intelligent portion of our
Who will move.' Who will become
the pioneer sanitarian of Cairo? We ought
to get ready to repel the fever and plague.
But we will not. There is nobody in Cairo
to lead in good paths.
Mrs. Reiser's remains were conveyed
to Villa Hidge for burial, on Sunday. A
large number of friend.-, and acquaintences
of the family accompanied the liody to the
cemetery, a special train conveying .them
It is reported that Mr. Peter Saup con
templates the erection of u large brick bus
iness house, on Commercial avenue, next
door to Kluge's. The character of the lo
cation would, it seems, warrant the invest
ment. Mr. John Clancy has. betaken himself
to the city of New York on a business
trip. This is a prodigious venture for
John, und will scarcely be credited. The
store, during his absence, will be managed
by Mr. Morris.
The County Commissioners met in reg
ular session, yesterday. Messrs. Brown
and Briley constitute the board, Mr. Hal
liday, the chairman, being in Springfield.
The business to lie disposed of is simply
of the regular, routine character.
Prof. Hahdy takes pleasure in an
nouncing that his dancing school will be
oprn.for the gentlemen's ciasson Wednesday
evening, in Turner hall, and for the ladies
and misses clats on Saturday afternoon at
2 o'clock. For information as to terms, etc.,
apply at the hall.
The collector will be around to-day
among the members of the Taxpayers'
association to collect dues that re.nain
unpaid. Every member who is in arrears
will be waited upon, if uot to-day, then
within a few days. Those who refuse to
pay will forfeit their membership.
Thi members of the Women's Club and
Library association will hold their fourth
anniversary festival some time (luting the
present week. Due notice, emliodying
details of when, where and how, etc., will
be given through the local columns of Tiik
Bulletin to-morrow morning.
Large sums of money have been made
in Wall Street by persons shrewd cuotiuh
to invent at Ihe right time. Tin; old house of
Alex. Prothircdiam & Co., brokers, 12 Wall
Street, New York, is entitled to absolute
confidence. Their customers tire trqetieutly
rewarded by large returns. Send for their
Financial Report free.
Al. Sloo. late assistant postmaster, left
the city by the Cairo & Vincennes railroad,
this morning, for St. Louis. He wiit "keep
his eyes it bout him" for several days, in the
"future great." with the view of discover
ing a business position to which it gentle
man of hix ability can adjust himself. He
li.isTnr. lit i.u-.'iin's good wishes, nndevery-
- I'.vaiisv ille niiniifi"-ting a d' -in; to
throw utl'lie her load of corporation indebt
edness, is ut a los fir it new name. The
Tribune, of that city, Miiggivts Evans! umas
coville as a t uphunioix il ,'si-nit'i'iij, worthy
of pious consideration. A better mime,
one of equal euphony, mid our ilut pr, ...
mint of tltness is suggested bv the l'a luc:ih
News; vi.: "Kvansiliimrii-calvillc."
Mr. J. L. Harris, who had filled the
position of superintendent of the M. K.
Sunday School, ami in a very acceptable
manner two, left the city, on Friday last,
to pmh the interests of u sewing machine
company, from which he had accepted an
ngeney, entries with him 1 1.- good
wishes of a larg.f numl.er of Cain people,
youngsters as well as grown folks.
A drunken n an, who K't up the pre
poslei'oiis claim' tl at he is n printer, ren
dered himself very obnoxious at the postofliee
yesterday evening, and wus ejected care
fully once or twice, hut umn all subsequent
ecasioiM he was lntld o.it without anv
especial care for consequences. Had the
fellow been solcr, the falls he received
would have hurt him seriously; but being
drunk, he escap-'l with but little injury.
Officer Hogan finally happeued along, and
taking the fellow in charge, placed hint in
The upceialfy of the Milton Nobles'
troupe that will be here next Saturday
evening is ''The Man of the People." It is
essentially an American drama, and pic
tures with singular fidelity to nature the
representative man of a well known class of
street characters, who are born, with that
germ of manhood in the heart that squalor
and wretchedness fail to extirpate.
The process by which the rude .poetry of
this man's nature is brought out, are thrill
ing, and present situations and effect of the
most impressive character. The action
never relapses into dullness, or the dia
logue into mediocrity.
One of the candidates for emu of the
city offices to be filled next month, is adver
tising his candidacy through the the me
dium of circulars. Others seem to think that
proclamation on the street corners; button
hole talks, etc., will suffice; but thew is
only one sensible way to do the thing, and
that is to announce the fact in the papers.
The paper carries the announcement into
every home of the city every day gives
the voter a fresh reminder every twenty-
four hours; and as it always employs the
same language, the sovereign gets it by
The Rev. Joseph Cook said in a late
lecture, "I have little hope that the
ear of the United States can be caught by
the discussion of the diseases that spring up
in the squalid quarters of great towns."
You are correct, Joseph. The public ear
cannot be caught. It can't be caught iu
Cairo, or else the warning voice of The
Bulletin would not le unheeded. The
Bulletin desires Cairo to get up and clean
herself to get up and make an effort lo
keep the southern epidemics away from her
levees. Cairo is the healthiest place in the
world, but Cairo people evidently desire to
destroy her reputation by inviting diseases
to the city.
At short intervals during the whol of
Sunday night, the popping ot pistols was
heard in the Fourth ward, occasionally fol
lowed by the yelping of scared or wounded
dogs. We expected, Monday morning, to
rind the dead carcasses of the canine species
lying around as plentifully as old boots or
ltoUomless dish pans, but not a single dead
or wounded dog could be found anywhere.
Somewhat interested to ' know how the
Sheriff's dogs had fared during the fusil
lade, we called around to see. Much to
our disappointment, when that gentleman
gave the familiar whistle, ecry one of
his fourteen dogs, and all of them in the en
joyment of the best of health, promptly
responded. And thus, with our last hope
demolished, we terminated our inquiry.
The Ghost Illusion company closed
its engagement in Cairo Saturday night.
In his "valedictory" remarks Prof. Edwards
said that he hated to leave our little city;
he had been most courteously treated; had
made many acquaintences which he prized,
and liH'l exhibited his illusions to no less
than five thousand persons. As the com
pany averaged five or six exhibitions a day,
and remained here something over a week,
the statement that he had had five thou
sand patrons may not be an exaggeration.
If half the number were children, his gross
receipts reached one thousand 'dollars. Of
this um he expended probably one hun
dred'dollars. For the remaining nine hun
dred dollars he left with us the recollection
of a clever delusion this, and nothing
One of our Goose Island subscribers
having received only one copy of Tin;
Weekly Bn.Lr.TiN during the past six
weeks, wants to know "what in hell is the
matter." The matter is not in that place;
but in a uJace very much akin to it one of
the post offices. The paper has been mailed
with unvarying regularity every Thursday,
and ought to reach Goose Island on Friday.
Its failure to arrive iu dun season can be
charged to one of three causes: the failure
of the Cairo postmaster to for ward it, the
neglect of the carrier to deliver it at Ihe
(Souse Island post office, or the neglect of
the (ioose Island postmaster to deliver it to
the subscriber. As the matter is one in
which we are more deeply concerned than
our subscribers are, wu propose to iuvcsli
With poor families in this city, the en
onnoiH eNpuiiM! tittc'iding buri'iN i'.mds
one of tii' terrors of sii kne-s, Tj,,. ,.,,st
of c.oilini.ig ;i bo ly, an I buryiii'.' it in the
Nill.iU'dg.i eciii.'t'MA". cannot b ' rbiecd
below e)"il, and i olY.rii'!:' t? !'!'). '. ... j,:,(,r
faiiiiliis have st;.-!i a sii:n in P'-etV", ; , 1 wre
snr-ly I'an in cav of evr" -.iekicw,
!e-t d iatii int -rv :?, e.nd furre t!,i iu in u,.
peal to th"ir n.ilileirs for help. Can't
smie nrr.iiig'::nciit be. made whereby the
necessity for wuch heavy outlays miy be
avoided? If the c.o-.t were prohibitory (,f
death, it would not, in the inajnriiv 0f
ca-es, b-j objectionable; but nerving (ls it
ihi.-s. in many cases, to render decent Inn iid
iiiibt ilillicult or qttitu impossible, h (.aH
loudly Cor the attention of those who ore in
g'liiousenoiigh to sugg "St a ehiMper method
(itiite nn alarm was ('rented jn t10
marine hospital, about eight o'clock y( ster
ility morning, by the ralher Hurtling in
formation, which was ciiiinuviii' ,v ,t
boy passing on horse-buck, tlut tlie j ,,,
ing was on tire. For a few in i;hmi i ! ..r ,
was great consternation union,' th , jim....,.
many of the mck leaving their beds in a
state of excitement bordering frenzy. It
was soon discovered that a defective flue
had communicated the tire to the wood
work, and but for the timely discovery that
was made the flames would have reached
a lot of shucks undcr'the flue, and thus ren
dered extinguishment by the appliances at
hand, most difficult, if not impossible. The
most convenient liquid at hand being a
bucket of dish water, it was thrown upon
the flames, and proved effective iu arrest
ing their spread until water enough was
procured to extinguish them altogether.
The inmates were then quieted down, and
matters speedily assumed their wonted
Connected with the M. E. Sunnday
school is a Missionary society, that owes its
origin, we hear, to the efforts of the late
Dr. Waldo. The society held quite an in
teresting meeting Sunday, during whivh
speeches were made by Messrs. Barclay and
Peun, and Rev. Mr. Whitakcr. There
were also recitations by Master Robt. Peun,
Misses Mamie Smith nnd Minnie Yost.
Mrs. Barclay, of a committee appointed for
that purpose, read a series of resolutions
expressive of the high esteem iu which Dr.
Waldo had been held by the members of
the society ; his worth as a citizen and
Cliristain gentleman; and also paying to
the memory of the deceased a befitting
tribute. Dr. Waldo was the society's first
President. He was succeeded by Mr.
George S. Fisher, who now tills that posi
tion. It any of our unemployed citizens en
tertain ihe idea that the Pacific coast pre
sents grand openings for poor men, let tin in
restrain their impatience to be off
until they can obtain information
direct. Shawneetown contributed some
what to the population of that
distant region, nnd the condition of the
poor fellows is absolutely distressing. They
write back that they have eaten up the
little substance they brought witli them,
can find no business or employment of any
character, and are threatened with pauper
ism. They seem to have but one aim in
life, and that is to get back to Illinois.
The experience of these poor fellows is the
experience of thousauds of others, scattered
along the coast, the whole
length of California. Chinese. la
bor is bringing starvation to all laboring
men who can't live on four c uts a day.
The man whohonestlyttiestoprovidefor
the payment of his debts and fails, is de
serving of leniency and sympathy; but the
man who can pay his debts and wont, isn't.
On the contrary, he is the most trying, tan
talizing, exasperating specimen of human
ity with which business men have to deal.
Proof in point was furnished yesterday. A
small dealer of the city, who is enabled to
maintain himself only by close collections
and rigid economy, presented a bill of many
months standing to a young man he had lie
friended, and asked its payment. "Get out !"
was thcexasperating reply. "If you think
that claim is wortli anything, you'd better
keen it; or may be you can sell it; but not
to me, foe I know the chap
that owes it, and he wants to lie
informed when you get your money."
This w as all very funny, to one of the par
ties; but the other looked as if he'd cheer
fully given twice the amount of the bill for
the use of "Von Clamm's" steam arm, just
one half a minute; tnd we are rather sorrv
that he didn't have it,
It affords us pleasure to publish it to
the world that a large per cent, of the
Fourth ward boys are boys of spirit. A num
ber of them had agreed to enter inte a base
ball club, and met on Sunday to effect nn
organization. But no organization was ef
fected. As is usually the ease, the older
and bigger boys wanted to have the thing
all their own way, and the younger boys,
knowing their rights, wouldn't submit to it.
No base ball cl lib ever was or ever will be
a suececs where the older and bigger boys
, ,., , .. .. .
nave an uie say ana monopolize all ttie
";rood places." During the season, now
l about to commence, the grown people ex
pect to turn out in large numbers to wit
lies' every game of base ball that is played
in Cairo, Of course when these people see
a boy put away out in the commons to play
center front or right or left field, they will
at one.- say to one another: "Why
I thought Johnny or Jimmy so-and-so waa
one of the smartest players of his age in
Cairo; but as he is stuck way off at one
side, I gti"ss I iiitint have been mistaken,
J le certainly can't be much account, or he'd
have it better posilion." That's what the
spectator will say to one another; and we
don't care how good a player the hoy may
be, as long its be plays in the field or even
on fourth base, he'll never win any glory.
People will say, when he clutches it "good
fly :" "oh, that was n scratch. If he were
worth 'bucks, be would In. niicher or
catcher, or on lirM or wcoud bahe or at
short stop. The licit players are never
shoved to one side; but always have the
best places." This wiil be the conclusion
of the spectators, and if the "llchler-boyV
mother, aunt, sister or cousin happen
to be in the crowd, lin y will fed hu
miliated; and, brag as mie'li as the boy
may, about his superior playing'-how he is
abetter player than the first base or Hhort
atnpi nobody will believe him; but every
body will mecr al him, and ,ay, "well, if
you are ns good a player as jou claim to be,
liow happens it that you are put in a posi
tion that says plainer than words can nay
"here, this boy can do no gnoil; let's put
him where he can do no harm? You a
good player! That's too attenuated," And
In this way is the reputation of really ex-
pert players often ruined. What, then, is
the duty of every spirited boy in Cairo
what doe lie owe to himself in this
matter? It is this: He must resent
as an insult every intimation of a purposo
to put him in thu field or on the fourth
base. He must refuse, with a manly firm
ness, to consent to any such an arranguicnt.
It anybody must be degraded, in order to
mantain juvenile base ball clubs, let it be
the sluggish, dull boys, who have no spirit,
and would not be conscious of their degra
dation. Tiik Bi i.lktin is read by every
man and woman in Cairo; and after rending
what we have said on this subject, they will
when witnessing a game, be Mire to say to
one another: "See those mullet-headed
boys out in the field yonder! If they
were anything to me I'd he ashamed of 'em.
But in base ball, boys always find their
level, and of course they deserve nothing
better." And now, repeating what every
grown person knujvs to be true, that no boy
of sprint will render himself liable to such
damaging criticism, we leave the subject.
The violation of any of naturer's laws
brings its warning by the feeling of dis
comfort. Exposure will induce coughs colds,
throat disease, consumption etc., all of
which give warning by a troublesome
cough. I'se Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in time
and remove both the cause and effect of
R. Jonks has on hand for the use of his
customers, the very best leather and
material for tine and heavy boots and shoes
ever brought to this section. 1 1 is work
men are first class. His work the very
best and prices as low as the lowest. Sat
isfaction guaranteed in all cases.
Merchant Tailoring. R. Lelming, No.
1G Ohio levee, has jitst received a full line
of piece goods of all descriptions, manu
factured to order. Also a full stock of
gents furuishing goods, all at low prices.
The old stock is entirely disposed of, and
everything is fresh ami new. Satisfaction
The Theatre Comique was crowded last
evening to witness the first appearance of
theCaletts, and the new bill offered by the
company. The Catletts were received with
the wildest enthusiasm and we congratulate
the management ou securing such great
artists as the Catiett. and as long as they
offer such artists and such a programme as
was given last night, we can assure the
management of the Comique that the estab
lishment will always receive the support of
Cairo's bet citizens.
Wednesday, March ."th, of a large line
of furniture, consisting of Tables, Chairs,
Sofas, Beds, Mattresses, Stoves, etc., on
Halliday A Phillips' wharf-boat. Sale
coinuieuces at 10 o'clock.
A. W. I'VATT.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
Having decided to close up my saloon
business and open a restaurant and board
ing house I offer for sale at low figures my
saloon fixtures, consisting of Tables, Chairs
etc., also an Ice Box of my own manufact
ure, that will save a greater per cent of
ice than any other ever manufactured in
the I'nited States, besides it is furnished in
such style as will adorn any dining room.
C'.uho. Ills. March 3. 179.
Coal! Coal. Wood, Wood. F. M.
Ward has on hand the best quality of coal
for sale at the market price. Very low.
Also a large stock of wood of all kinds.
He is well known to everybody we trust
he will rcu-ivc his full .share of patronage.
Prices to suit the times.
Hknhkhson's' Hardware store, Commer
cial avenue corner Twelfth, is the center of
attraction tor both city and country people.
There tiny find the "Grand Charter Oak
Stoves," Heating Stoves, all kinds, Bird
Cages, Lanterns, Lamps, Chimneys cut
lery, I 'lated ware, Carpenters tools, Files,
Hammer-1, Hatchets, Tin. ware all kinds.
Pot a toe Parers and Cutters, and thousands
of other arliel'vj that we have not space to
(ADDLERY AND HARNESS SHOP.
JAMES M. K I WEAK,
In the i;bl l.tnlwia i lleerwiirt stand, near Uie
Arab Kiuriin1 House,
, 1iiii'(, Illinoit-i.
IS prej.n'., ;n do n'l kiailf "I" Aorl; !a hlt tine,
elm-piy. i ' p'-il: 'ion.' .mil I in u tliofnii.il tt'irk
in, mill;.' m .1 io-r. II" Imp ., p.iirninii'e ;,n, ,.ll:ir.
hup c nutM'iciltiti in i iin iiie.lku.iir.
ONE NIGHT ONI.V.
Kit I unlay Kvcn" Matvli h.
thi: CEKiNisii nv,ii;m.si
rmm in i rmv vvtt nn
(JomeAy Company -
Will pre-ciit for tic :!m ,!, ln tl,H clty, the
w mid miiTfe-inl Iimmi.i entitled
A MAX.(JTJIE lEOrLE.
taeli Ijyder -A M.irt of t;. Feople-Villon Noble.
Itcccrveil Scats s 81.00
Admlaaliin to .,,. ,.i-u,fIIH "........ "tie
Haiti I V, exe pt rn, 50c
, Reserve;! ... ,,u 'r uc M Furlwr'a Knott store.
A place oh amusement Tho TLcatro
Couiique, open every night. Admission
2o"c to all parts of the house'.
Joiinnif. Bowman, the popular niisstrel
nnd great end man, with a good variety
troup at tho Theatre Continue, only 2rM
admission, every night.
A. IIai.lky, 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 and best patterns and
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market; they are of the heaviest make
and will last longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close as lo make it an
object to call and examine. Everything
clc low to suit the times.
Foil a good shave for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cent;, go to Henry
Schick's babcr shop, No, M'i Coiiiineciul
All the finest brands nt cigars and to
bacco, fine cut and plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc., a largo
and varied stock, for .le at wholesale and
retail, at F. Korsmyers, Sixth street uear
N'OTK E la berebv -riven that I will be al the lol
lov. ihk tamed placra, at the lime below staled
for the purpose of -olli-ellt.tr the JtevrnilH of A let
slider Comity. Illinois fori lie A. I). 1r, and aH
Hack Taxca that appear on Tnx Hook for A. I) !M:
oia the time allcmccj by law ia i.iort for collectlnc
the laica, and niaklni;' arlllenienta. etc., taxpayer
will at ouce see the nec alty of pavlnf up, al once,
and by o doiiiL' their ton imbip tit atiru Mill re
ceie the KihiM.I itioiie bHoHelnt! to tho dlflcreul
' boo dtrlcia, pav tiieir ( ai In r and save paying
Intercut ou their iLeduiei. etc. I
At ftore houe of CaubleA Iltirhalli In Toiedo.
Magic Mood preclnt. on Tucadav, March IIUi, ISTO,
at s o'clock a m.
At alore houae of .lohn Hole In Samlu-kr.
Sanduikv precinct, ou Wednesday. Marrh k"b li79.
At Hore houae of II. F fiirti- In town of llixlip-a
Park. Unit precinct, on Tliumday. March I tth, IfTI
Al atore noue o( S M (irral Itee. h ittdtte U
timi. Beech Rldtfe precinct, on r rida. March Ml
At alore house of Y. ( ullcy A Co.. In Clear Creek
precttiil. on Monday. M.irili 17th. 17U.
Al alor bouae of H A. Ednitiii-on In Kant Caps
("ilriirdi au prisliict. on Tneaoay. .March IHth. IKTS
At atoreof II. F. Hrow a A Hro , In tow n nl 'The
Thebea precinct, on W'eilni adav, March IWh, I'd
At alore of A. II. In land In town ol rani Ki
Santa Fee iireclnct.on 'I humday, March and. 19 '
At store houae nf F. II Airirrtun In jooae I
lauil precinct, on Frldnv, March !lt, IS7J .
At roidence of N. Ilutiaacker in Lake Ml!'lf
precinct onsnlurday. March JJt;d. 1STV.
At reii!eucif of Ivter Saup In Firnt Cairo precinct
on Tueaday. M an b iV IS'.ri.
At atore houae of trold-tlri" & l(octiwtcr ia
Second t airo precinct, on is i-duemlav. Man 0 th.
l "tore home of Palrb k Fitjcaid. corner 14th
treet and ( nmiiu rcial airline, in Third I L-o pre
cinct on Thuirihiy. March jTth. 1S79. '
At -tore house' of Kruiat I'ettlt. in Fifth Cairj
prerlm t. on Fndat, March lsTV .
At the ( oiirt II,.ue Iu Fourth ( airo prwlar', ua
SalurdjiJ March trnh to April IWh. Kit.
Sheriff and Ei Officio Collector.
1'ated thi ( airo. III.. Februar) Std. IfTV
The Cairo Dox and Husket Co.
I'looriii!?. Siding. Lath. Kto
At the very lowest ratea.
Havinff a Heuvy Stock of Lop;s on Hand,
We are prepared to
SAW OCT SPECIAL ORDER
O i the ahoilest notice.
(SPECIAL1! Y rr.ade of KTEAMhOAT t.V Mil Bit.
U Wealaomaiiiilacture FRUIT ItoXMATEKIAlJ
tracker. Caudv Fackluu' Boxca Mnv.a, Heading
HEALTH FA IS.
N I'NI'ARALLLJ.LED OFFFR.
A FKEE TEST TRIAL
(iF UN K OF
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
We will a. nil one of nur HEALTH HEhTOH
IN(. PADS to any Invalid all", '"d w ith Liver
Complaint. ("HILLS and FEYKR, INIMliKN
I'ltJ.N. IWI IYRNESN, Nervous Headache.
J; spepsla. Sennits HiHIity nnd Impuro Hluod.
If' they will send Ua llmir swiipu tna unit ad
drcm and airree to aei.d lis bJ.oj if i ctVio-U-a
cure to their entire anti-l.ic.ioti, olheiwis
tliere will be no chnrite. We will ilo tbli to eon
v I lice the public ol Ihe superior MilUe li a
OF OUR. PADS.
And Unit tlie.t v.:v do all wo ajiy. As this offer
i vtt.l iicrcaMiiiiy he i:i'., In jeieilier, we hone,
therefore, an i :ii'y iiip!iiv,lioi will In- uvidc. it-
I .1...... I ,.1-t' I'. .... . 'fell.. V.
1)11. 1 1. W.VliIIHKS,
17J Kim -tret I. Cliii luiuii, Ohi.i.
Physician sieii!( In Terms of PruNe Iu favor or the
Cincinnati, .tunc 'i'. m;u.
lla'. ;i:l' )'.:id somecolisldirahle a niilntiiiicc Willi
the iipernlion of Hie Pad, I nn concleiicloiikli
l oi.imeiiil i as an excellent remedy in u) t),e dj.
cafes lor which LM ForhearoltliHelM ha use.
1)11. J. HALLiiWKI.L,
What Rev. Joaclili Emery, the wvll-kuowa Cllv
ClVCINNATI. .IlllO'IlO, 1S7I1.
llic. Ira bud n lonrf ncqmil'itaiicu with ir Forlu-a
I urn shtlslled thitt whatever he trcotntnendB he docs
so 1'o.tHclc.iiclously, and will prove all ihev promise
HEV, JOSEPH EVIKIiY.
i:xtrui'ta from n few of the Main- Lelicrs fieoitentlv
received tit Ihe Otltce.. '
One Hnyst-t"! feel Unit your I'uila hnvo anved mv
lifii." Aitollu r fuva: "Your Pud has Just reitcheil
my case. It hits entirely removed my costlveueMs
nnd etinai'iineiit Sick Heiiiliichi'." Another v rltea
"Your Pad nlti'tided Mrlctly to bualnesa, nnd Iti
fiii'ly-elirht boitra I felt a well a ever." Another
"Ynlir Pad hi.a cured me of HIIIIoiisiickh ntul u tor"
pld Liver. I am better limn 1 Jmvu been In tweiilv
year." Htlll another anyai- l have endured nil the
horrors itrov. In" out ol a torpid Liver nnd Hvapetiaiu
After iialnc your pad all thee ma ,.fi m",,.'' '(1lt, .
niorer-"l liuve llaed your I'ada with perfectly ant.
fiiclory.reatilla, ilaU iliierfullv ivconiiueiiil lliem to