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IJMIE (1KEAT BLOOD TON 10
Wnrtkonira it all iliMi-uMufi arlslnir. from Impnra
blood, ami for luvlffnmtliiK and reiillinliig the J
vllnlori'xiii. Aroma weaK, inrvmit., iiciiiu.aicn.
?tlc and emaciated? Have you lout your appelller
low ynu naueca, pain In the hack. &e1 If . Dr.
Llndaey Wood Searcher will drlvo out t lit Hkho
ml brinir luck th" Bloom uf Health. Pimple,
boil", Kryslpdaii, Ti'tt -;r. Salt Hlicum. Sc, urn but
arfaco Indication of Blond Disease; and Dr. Und
ey' 111 I Searcher, hr purify i ittx the system soft
ens the skin and hcuutllle t lit complexion. Sulci
fey all druiwlM". $1.00 pcrboltlu. It. i. Hellor.
lWrlctor, Plttahurz, I'a. Uarcluy Hro., Atfeiiu
gELLER'S COUGH BY UUP.
Over l.tmOOO bottles old. It Ik the mot pleasant
and popular remedy for CoiiiIin. Colds, Croup,
lloaranc and all throat and limit disease. Ilaa
been In nun for half a centurv. Doctor recommend
and prescribe It. J. E. Yournan, Long- I. O., Ill
v: "Heaved mv two childruu frwin the Brave.
A L. Klmmon, of Baltimore, Md.. alo say: "It
will euro tho worm rnuuh linmi'dluti'ly." A k your
druciruit or irenerul storekeeper for it and lake no
other, Price. 36c., 50., and $1.00 per bottle. Send
for circular. It K. seller Co.. Proprietors,
FUtaburR, I'a. Barclay Ilro., At,'ciits, Cairo.
For over 50 yean. SELLER'S MVKB PILLS have
been the standard remedy for 1. vcr omulaint,
C.ostlvcncs, Hick Headache, Paiu lu Shoulder or
Back, Dlrr.incss. fouled Tongue, lever and Awe,
and all diseases arlHimr. from u dcniiiKcd slut 'of the
Liver or Stomach. Tliotna Adam, or BlR Handy.
Kr.,av: 'Heller' 1111- have aved hundred of
dollar' In doctors' hill lu this country. H. E.
Keller A Co., Proprietor, Pittaburji, I'a. Burclay
Bro., AKeiil. Cairo.
II. BRYANT, M. I).
OFFICII!: Klchth. mid Washington
Offloe konra-ll. a. n. to p, .
RKSU)UNCB:Outiicr Nineteenth and Wash
ington. yy II. MAREAN, M. D.,
HoinwpHthie Physician and Surgeon.
Office 136 Commercial avenue. Itcslduuce corner
Fourteenth si. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
Iff E. SMITH, M. I).
Oillcft and Rsi(Ietife :
NO. SI THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO, ILL
11. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orpmn No. 1ST, Commercial
i!hth and Ninth Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
QFFICK EliMk Street, ucar Commercial Aveuue.
CK T. WHITLOCK.
GJIMERAL COLLECTOR t'K BILLS AND RENTS
All account of profcasional and btislueas men
promptly attended to. Office. 1:16 Commercial ave
nue, between Eighth and Ninth streets.
Iieferonroa: Professional and Btulncss men of
"yjl. Q. McGEE,
Office, over C. V, R . B. General Office.
OTTiCB-Ohlo Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth it.
JINEGAR & LAN3DEN,
OFFICE No. US Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPBBOF ALEXANDER COI NTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
We are autborlaed to announce the name of Ai
SuoCoMiMaau a candidate for City Treasurer at
the eniulng city election.
We are athoriaed to announce the name of Wal
tiii L. BwrroL a a candidate for the office of City
Treasurer, at the ensuing coarier election.
Wa are autborlaed to announce that Mti.ua W
Pabkcb I a candidate, at the enimlnx city election,
for the office of City Treasurer.
Editor BtrixitTiN : Pleaae announce that I am
candidate for the office of City Treasurer, at the
approaching city election,
We are autborlaed to announce W. F. Schuckrii
a candidate for City Clerk at the approuchlnx
We are authorised to announce Lot'ta I.. Davis
a a candidate for City Clerk at the cuulng mu
nicipal election, .
We are autborlaed to announce Jolts B. Pmi.i.ia
av-.andldtto for re-cloctlon to the office of City
Clerk at the approaching municipal election.
We authorised to annnttncethatWti.tiAM II. Howe
ia a candidate for the olllceor City Clerk, at the en
Siokai Oprcr, 1
Caino, 111., March 5, IHT'J. 1
Time. Bar. Thcr, Hum. Wind. Vel. Weather.
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p. IM 8017
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Maximum Temperatvre. W: Minimum Teiu-
W. II. RAY,
SergH Signal Corp, V. 8. A,
Mr. Tliomos Morgan rcturnud from St.
The M. E. uociablo at the resilience of
Capt. James Johnson was largely attendod.
J . Q. Stancil, adjoining RosV grocery ,
keeps a full awiortment of choice fresh
meats, W, veal, pork, mutton, etc., which
bo cuts and delivers to order.
Rev. Mr. .Dueischner is among the
islands of the Atlantic sea count for the
benefit of his health. He will jiroloug his
itay there several weeks yet.
It is rumored that a populur Fourth
ward butcher will le a candidate for Al-
dermanic honors at the approaching dec
tion. Ho will bo a hard man to beat.
The steamer W. P. Hallidny wll', it is
aaid, arrive at our whurf to-day. Every
body will, of course, visit find inspect her.
The palntiiil steamer Ed. Klcliardsun isalno
expected, from New Orleans,
Hi-nry Liijtner, for innny year a citizen
of Cairo, but now a resident of St. Louis, is
in the city, circulating among hi friends,
all of whom mo glad to take him by tho
Tho Taxpayers association will meet, in
the office of 'Squire Comings to-morrow
evening, tit tho usiuil hour. As officers to
servo tho ensuing year, will bo ducted, a
full attenthuico is expected.
A Mr.. M. E. Cammon, formerly of
Metropolis, has opened a new business es
tablishment at tho corner of Poplar and
Nineteenth streets that will prove quite
a convenience to tho residents ot that
The Les Uon Amis met nt tho resi
dence of Prof. Alvord Tuesday night.
President linker named a committee of five
members to arrange for a sociable to be
held at the sumo place, some evening next
week. A number of applicants for mem
bership were elected.
The installation of the officers-elect of
the K. M. K. C, will take place in their hall
this evening. The ceremonies, which nro
said to bo interesting and impressive, will
be followed by a banquet, and tho banquet
by a dance, of course. It will be an enjoy
able affair, throughout.
The Cairo City Binder changed bands
with tho advent of March. It will hereaf
ter be a part of The Bru.KTix establish
mentthus placing the newspaper, job
office and bindery under one management.
Orders will, as formerly, receive prompt
The Republican meeting nt the court
house, Monday evening, will not, as inti
mated yt-sterday, be composed of colored
voters exclusively. It is announced as a
general meeting of the party, irrespective
of color, previous or present condition, age,
tongue or sect or ecx.
Rev. B. Y. George will .read a paper,
this evening, at the anniversary meeting of
the YV. C. & L. A. We mention this as only
one of the attractions. There are many
others. The exercises will begin at half
past seven sharp. A general invitation is
extended to the public to be present.
Through the pressure of the necessity
to cconmize the "powers" of the Narrow
gauge have dispensed with the services of
Mr. B. W. Jones, who, fir some time past,
have been filling the position of mail carrier,
bonce to St. Louis. Mr. J. served the road
faithfully and acceptably, and is "otf for
the reason stated and none other.
The masked ball which the "fancy"
of the city had arranged for Phillis' hall
Tuesday night, didn't come off. The po
lice apprehending that it would not be con
ducted according to the prescribed rules
of order and decorum "nipped it in the
bud." It was a very unteeling thing for the
police to do, and we marvel at them.
The Cairo Property Trustees have re
sumed work on the wharf. A force of
hands were engaged yesterday breaking
rock and paving the slope, under the skilled
and watchful eye of Bob Baird, the su
perintendent. When finished, according to
the plan, the Cairo wharf will be the hand
somest and one of the most spacious on the
Our Thebes correspondent speaks of
the finding of a dead body of a woman
who had, three or four weeks before, been
discharged from the poor farm. We infer
from our correspondent's statement that
the body had lain in the spot where it was
found, about three weeks. It Is supposed
that the aimless, abandoned creature died
of heart disease.
Hunters singly, in couples and groupeg
of a half dozen go out ot the city almost
every day, some to the flats and swamps of
Cache river, others to the. collections of
foul water dignified by the name of the
"lakes of Missouri," and still others to the
wonds of Kentucky. Nearly all of them
return with game. Pucks ar suid to be
very plentiful and in excellent condition.
We bear it intimated that a couple of
Cairo youths, who are held as entirely re
spectable at home, recently beat a hoarding
house mistress of 0110 of our large cities,
out of a considerable board bill. We men
tion the fact in the hope that it may assure
the young gentlemen that "murder will
out," and in the further hope that the as
surance may deter them from repeating
the "evil practice."
The Sisters of tlic Holy Cross feel a
debt of gratitude which they desire us to ex
press to Dr. J. C. Fisher and Mr. Ocorgi; S.
Fisher, for their timely and effective serv
ices iu extinguishing the fire that recently
threatened the destruction of the St. Mary's
Infirmary building. But for the very
prompt and fearless efforts of those gentle-
men, the establishment would, most likely,
bavo been destroyed.'
Charles Gilbert, a roustabout of tho
steamer John A. Scuddcr, complained to
Judge Bird, yesterday, that he had applied
to the mate for his money; but that, instead
of paying him, the mato and assistant
gave lam a trouncing. Of the beating
the complainant carried some proofs upon
his person; but to whut extern he provoked
it what causes ol aggravation or JuPtillca-
uwn inornate can allege, remain to be
shown. The Judge issued his warrant, and
the trial will probably come off this morn
The police made a raid upon thi vaga
bonds' of tho city, night before last, lim
yweruay tour ot them wtte taken bclore
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Judgo Bird, and put on trial. They were
not, either ns a wholo or in detail, a very
pronounced set of vugs, and, as a conse
quents, the Judge dalt with them lightly
mercifully. Charles II. Monro and James
O'HIley, the worst of the lot, were fined $10
cacli, and given a stay of execution. Tim
Dougherty und Joe Duncan were fined $2
and costs each tho former taking a stay,
and tho latter the "cooler" for a term of five
The church sociable held at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mnekic, uight before
last, was largely attended, and passed very
pleasantly. The participants were enter
tained by the singing of a trio by the Mis
ses Mackie and Miss Shaw, in a manner
that elicited marked evidences of approval;
and nlso by a recitation by the Rev. Mrs.
George, which was not only well done, but
well received. The sociable was one of a
series, wo believe, that are being held by
the members of the Presbyterian church.
A most disgraceful excitement was
created in the neighborhood of Thirteenth
and Poplar, yesterday evening. An old
man, nppamntly 50 or (10 years of age, had
procured a license to marry a wom in of ill
repute living in that neighborhood, and
was about to consummate the alliance when
a well known citizen arrived on the ground,
and in a loud, angry and unseemly manner
forbade the bans. A largo crowd col
lected about the house, and watched the
proceedings with eager interest. On which
side, whether in behalf of the brido or
groom, the citizen interested himself, we
are not prepared to state in fact, don't
A negro woman calling tit the post
office, yesterday, received a letter, as she
supposed, addressed to her husband. Ac
cording toher conception of thechirography,
it was from a woman, and. of course, it was
not a difficult matter for her to settle uxn
the "identical woman." Repairing to ihe
Levee where her .hu.-band was at work,
she crammed the missive in his face; and
the raking down the poor fellow received,
wa simply terrible. A bystander inquiring
into the causj of the row, was handed the
obnoxious letter, which proved to be noth
ing more or less than the printed announce
ment of a certain gentleman that he is in
the field an a candidate tor City Clerk.
"Well," ejaculated the still irate but some
what discomfitted female: "It's all the
same. It's not his fault that it's not from
Becky . He's a gettin' of 'em right
along, aiid the old fool thinks he's a playin'
it sly on me!" And exasperated beyond
endurance by this thought, she flew at him,
closed upon a handful of Ids wool, and
would, but for the interference of loukers
on. have succeeded in her purpose, which
was, most manifestly, to snatch her old
man bald as a door knob.
We give the facts below as they were
detailed to us by our reporter who gained
them from what he considers entirely re
liable sources: On Saturday evening last
the female connected with the Egyptian
Mysteries handed into the arms of one Mrs.
Lizzie Hamlin, a lioy baby, apparently
lour or five months of age, with the request
that she take care of it just a little, while,
when she, the Mystery female, would re
turn and relieve her, Mrs, Hamlin, of her
charge. The baby is a poor, scrawny, bony
little creature, quick and smart, and with
eyes that fairly speak. Mrs. Hamlin pa
tiently awaited the woman's return, but in
vain. During Saturday night the Mystery
woman left the city; and on Sunday morn
iug Mrs. Hamlin realized that the child
had been abandoned to her
care. Being a poor woman, with no
income except that which she earns by
hard work, she has tried to find some one
who is willing to adopt the child, but with
out success. The Overseer of the Poor
refused to receive it or provide for its keep
ing, and Mrs. Hamlin declares thut she is not
only unable but unwilling to assume charge
of it, and will have to abandon it. if she
can't dispose of it otherwise. It is not be
lieved . that the Mystery woman ia the
mother of the child; the more reasonable
conclusion being that she was hired to dis
pose of it. The little thing shows signs of
intense suffering from hunger being much
emaciated, und, apparently from the want
of fowi I. Mrs. Hamlin avowed a puqiosc to
place the disowned little fellow where the
authorities of the city or county must take
charge of it, or be responsible for its death
by neglect or starvation. She declares that
she cannot keep it, and doesn't impose to
"Incle Duko," the elonguted ipcclinnu
of African Immunity, vvlro attends the lights
at the foot of the Si-It is icliinds.jiht ubove
the city, lias a brother, und tlu-oiigh that
brother's credulity and the rusctlity of one
of his acquaintances, Uncle Duke is u suf
ferer. A day or two ugo Uncle Duke's
salary became due, und duly empowered to
do so, the brother enmu to the city am (hew
the money. In the city . or on the way
hither tho brother formed the acquaintance
of h remarkably clever white limn, nnd
Borne how or other they "froze to one an
other" from the start. The white man un.
bosomed hiruselt, and to bo equally confi
dential the brother told tho object of his
mission to town, adding that it wus his
purpose, when he received the money,
to Invest a portion of it in clothing. Tho
white man thought the Investment impru
dent UK wouldn't do it; but would save
the money as h provision against sickness
etc, But a great many colored ponpio H8
well as white people, let tho future provide
for the future; und the brother U-inr pri(l f
, that claM, bought the lie v clothes; hut the
THURSDAY MOltMNG, MARCH 0. 1S79.
while man stuck to him like a brother, vis
ited different parts of tho city with him
and ns night was coming on, accepted his
invitation to go homo withbim andaccepthls
rough but freely proffered hospitality. The
white man was made comfortablo for the
night, and soon ufterwards the brother was
punctuating a sound sleep with the deepest,
loudest, most sonorous snores that ever
threatened tho destruction of human nasal
organ. It was tho white man's opportu
nity flip chance ho had been waiting for.
Leaving his bed ha entered tho colored
brother's sleeping apartment, gathered up
every garment of "lem mi cloze," took the
last farthing of tho money remaining on
hand, and then vamosed that hospitable
ranch with considerable precipitation. Just
what tlm brother said the precise charac
ter of the divers and sundry curses ho in
voked upon the head of his acquaintance
we are not prepared to repeat. Happy in
he possession of his new clothes, be had
thrown away his old shoes and hat, and bis
wife bad made carpet rags of his old coat.
Hence, there he was, to use his own words,
"in a bell of a fix." But a "variety" suit w as
soon "scrabbled up" for him; and. in coin
puny with Uncle Duke he returned to Cairo
homing almost against hope, that he would
find the plausible rascal who had so ruth
lessly despoiled him of bis cash and new
apparel. At sun-down, yesterday, lie had
not succeeded, and it is altogether probable
that he never will succeed. The thief had
1 v ft the city, it is believed, on a down riv
crsteumlHiat. Mildness conquers and hence it is that
the gentle yet positive influence of Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup overcomes so quickly the
disorders of bahvhood.
FisiiiNn Tacki.k For professional or
aineteur fUhcrman. ('. W. Henderson has
on hand the largest stin k and greatest vari
ety of li.-di books, fish line, reels, rods,
flies, etc.. etc., ever brought to this market,
all selling at "rock Imttom prices." Also an
immense stock of pistols at the lowest
price way down!
The Female Minstrels at the Theatre
Comique sang new songs last night and
they were highly enjoyed by the ntnlience.
The f 'atktts re t-till drawing large houses,
and us long as they are retained we predict
a succession of crowded houses. To those
that have not seen them we would say, go
at once, ami "don't vou forget it."
TO THE CAIRO PUBLIC.
During his remarks before the city coun
cil, Tuesday night, Alderman Wright took
occa-fon to remark that he bad Ik-cii in
formed that a masked ball, given by dis
reputable women, was thn in progress in
Phillis' ball, and that two of the city's
policemen had given it their sanction by
becoming sureties for the payment of the
rent of the hall. As wc, the undersigned,
have been designated as the two policemen
referred to, we have to say that Alderman
Wright's information was wholly untrue
and slanderously false. Before the ball,
the party giving it asked us if we would
not look in as often as possible and pre
serve order. We replied that in our rounds
of duty we would do nil wo could to pre
vent disturbances. Any and every state
ment made to Alderman Wright not in har
mony with this, is not warranted by the
facts, but unqualifiedly untrue.
W. F. AlLKY,
'Squire Thompson found a woman lying
dead iu his wheat field, last Friday after
noon. It was the body of Mrs. Morrison
alias Brewster, who bad been an inmute of
the poor-house, and, as she was able-bodied,
was discharg"d alwut four weeks ago. She
tried at several places to get a home, but
because of her disagreeable and medle
some disposition, it seems that she could
not get u situation anywhere in this vicin
ity. She claimed to have had a son living
in Union county, but would not go to him.
The last that was seen of her in life, wus
alsmt three weeks since. She was direct
ed to go to Mr. Thompson, where it was
supposed ahe had started, when she .came
to her untimely end. The cause of her
death was undoubtedly fiom disease of 1 he
heart, or an ipoplectic stroke. Be that ns
it may, it must have been very sudden, as
there were 110 traces of any struggling
where she was lying. Poor, mistaken, for
lorn woman! While she bore a disreput
able character, we must, not forget that
"To err is human, to foigive divine."
There has been a great religious revival
at tho Brownsville school house, one and
half miles from this place. The Rev. Mr.
Reeves, a Baptist missionary minister of
Jackson county, has awakened the people
from their dorniuney, and caused them to
think of their future welfare beyond this
"vale of tears." I'here are fifteen persons
to be inimcrnod on the fourth Sunday of this
Wc visited the school at Brownsville,
lust week, and found it in good working
order, under the supervision of Miss Mc
Collen, an industrious nnd energetic teacher
Miss Lillie Lightner was the recipient
of the prize awarded in our Sunday school
for committing tho greatest number of
verses from the Bible. Dr. Bnrkhausen
cheered us with Ids present! jyosterday. It
appears to us that ho ought to attend more
regulnr'y than he has been doing lately.
We think that his "ducklings" should not
require Ris undivided attention.
Their is g 'ingtrtbea "dime conceit"
given in tho' club room next Thursday
evening, consisting of music, select reading,
tableaux, etc. All are invited.
We have raised club for The Bulletin,
und ure happy ! Not only happy that wo
succeeded in our undertaking, but because
thero will bo five more firesides made glad
by the appearance or that most welcome
visitor, -The Bulletin every week.
Thebes March 3rd. Mits. S.miiis.
A remedy resting on the basin of iutrin
sic worth demands the confidence of all.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is known and used
most satisfactorily throughout the land, us
is attested by its great sales. Your Drug
gist keeps it.
Wanted. Ten Coopers for slack work.
Memphis, CWkkaok & Mk'o, Co.
$25 Rewaiih. The ubove reward will be
paid to any person who will give informa
tion 11s to who stole a lot of hides and calf
skins from Kynaston's & Smith's slaughter
house, on the night of the '.'Tth of Febru
ary, lsjTO. KvNAsniN Smith.'
March lth, UCi).
Lomu.AKii's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillard's Nickle Nuggets und Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsineyer's at fac
Prof. Haudy takes pleasure in na
nouncing that his dancing school will be
open. for the gentlemen's ciasson Wednesday
evening, in Turner hall, and for tin- ladies
und misses class on Saturday afternoon at
2 o'clock. For information us to terms, etc..
apply nt the hall.
It. Junes has on hand for the use of his
customers, the very best leather and
material for tine ami heavy Ixiots and shoes
ever brought to this section. His work
men are first vlass. His work the very
best and prices as low as the lowest. Sat
isfaction guaranteed in all ca-es.
Notice. to ai l whom it may coscews :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Balk-tin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work i-.re valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. BritNETT.
Buamii Office of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansville, at Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street. Cairo, Ills.
Feu a g'Knl shave for ten cents, a good
haircut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's lmber shop, No. 14'J Coinnieeial
All the finest brands ot cigars and to
bacco, fine cut and plug, meerschaum and
other piH-s. cigar holders, etc., etc., a large
and varied stock, for sale at wholesale and
retail, at F. Korsmyers, Sixth street near
Merchant Tailoki.no. R. Lehnwg, No.
10 Ohio levee, has just received a full line
of piece goods of all descriptions, w hich will
be manufactured to order. Also a full stock
of gents furnishing goods, all at low prices.
The old stock is entirely disposed of, and
everything is fresh and new. Satisfaction
Coal! Coal. Wood, Wood. F. M.
Ward has on hand the liest 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 w ill receive his full share of patronage.
Prices to suit the times.
Henderson's Hardware store. Commer
cial avenue comer Twelfth, is the center of
attraction tor both city and country people.
There they find the (!rand Charter Oak
Stoves," Heating Stoves, nil kinds. Bird
Cages, Lanterns, Lamps, Chimneys, cut
lery, Plated wure, Carpenters tools. Files,
Hammer?, Hatchets, Tin ware all kinds.
Pot a toe- P.irers and Cutters, and thousands
of other articles that we have not space to
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
Having decided to close up my saloon
business und open a restaurant and board
ing house I offer for sale at low figures my
saloon fixtures, consisting of Tables, Chairs
I etc , also an Ice Box of my own niariufiict-
ure, that will save a greater per cent of
ice than any other ever manufactured in
the United States, besides it is furnished in
such style us will ndorn any dining room,
Cairo, Ills. March ", 1870.
A. Hai.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
ure among the latest and best patterns und
nro not excelled us bakers by anything in
the market; they are of the heaviest make
und will lust longer und use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close as to make it nn
object to call and examine. Everything
else low to suit the times.
A Card. To all who are sulk-ring from
tho errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, ,)Ss of man
hood, &o., I will send a recipe that will euro
you, Kit ice ok cii.MuiK. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in SuJi
America. Send a hutf-uddressedonvelopc to
the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D. Bible
House, New York City.
Chkw Jackson's best Sweet "Navy To
MOTICE I hereby flvi-n tlml I will be at tlm fol
low Iuk liuuied place, lit the lime below tatod
for the purpose of collecHim lliu Kuvenim of Ale
antler Couiilv, llliuul fur llie A. 1). 1STS, and all
Hack Taxes ilml appear 011 Tux Hook fur A.'D. ISVH:
(a the time allowed by law I short for collectlin
the tuxe. and uiiiklnu settlements, etc., taxpayers
will ut oiicu see the necessity of lmylntf up, at iineu,
unci by so duliiif ilielr township tieusurt-a will re
ci-lve the school money belonulliK In tlm dillerent
sehool district, puy thulr teacher and ave payliiR
Interest on their cui(lnle. etc.)
At store hull ho of (aiilili-a; lliirbam lu Toledo,
lliizlewood precliil, 011 Tuesday, March 11th, lSV'J,
lit S o'clock 11 111.
At store bouse of John Hole In Hsndusky.
Hnniliiskv precinct, 011 Weiliiesilav. .Miirrb !,"li lH'g,
At store house of It. K. Curtis In town of llodcea
Park. I ' 11 1 1 v prcclmi. mi Thursday, March nth, 1S7'J.
At stnre liuiise nf N. M . tlrr at lleech KIiIko sla
tion. Beech Hlile precinct, oil Friday, March 14th,
At store lmtise of E. Ciilley A Co.. In Clear Creek
precinct, on Monday, .March 17lh, 1ST1I.
At store Iioum ul It A. Eiliiiiiiison in East Cape
(iiriinl' iiil precinct. .on Tliesiluy, Murch lsih. 1STII.
At sloroul II. F. Ilriiwn X Ilro., In toun ofThebe,
Thebes precinct, on WeilnesdHV, March I'.Mh, IS',71.
At store of A. II. Ireland in iown ol Simla HW.
Suntu Fee precinct. on Thursday, March 'joih. S7'J.
Al store house of K. I) Allierlon in Ooohu 1
luinl precinct. 011 Frldav. Miirrh '-'In, ISVH.
At residence of N. Iliiiisui ker lu Luke MilHnau
precinct, nu Suturiliiy, March .".'lid. !7H.
At resilience of peter Siuip lu First Cairo precinct
on Tuesday, March -J., isvii.
At store liniiM- of liold-tltie & Rosenwater lu
Second Cairo precinct, un Wednesday, March i.V.h,
At store house of I'strh k Flt'.'craM. corner Mill
street nnd Cnmiucrrlal avenue. In Third Cairo pre
clnct 011 Thursday, .March. STilli, l-7'..
At siore house or Krnesl petilt, lu Fifth Cairo
pieclm t, on Kilcla, Mureli is, isVit.
At the Court llfiisc lu Fourth Cairo precinct, on
Saturday; March '.Vlh to April l'.Mh. IsV'.i.
Sheriff and Ex -officio Collector.
Dated this Cairo. 111.. February Sid, IS79.
rrMlE FOURTH ANNIVERSARY
mis ting of the
W. C. L. A.
will lie held at their rooms, ou
Thursday Evening March (ith.
At TiIIDoVKk U shiii'p,
The public I cordially Invited. By order ol
t iimhi 11 r.K.
ADDLERY AND HARNESS SHOP.
JAMES M. KIXXEAIi,
Iu the old I.n lwig 4 lierrt tnd, unr the
Arab Knltie Home.
IS prrpsred to do a'l kinds of nork in his line,
ibrt ply. txpeciu ioiisly.ainl in a thorout-h work
manlike, mauner He Invite. plrti!nj and tfuar
auU- satlsfailiuu lu every partuu.ar.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Saturday Kvi-n'g Marvh 8.
THE KKK.MNO FAVOLITES
THE MILTON NOBLES
Oo ii icily Coi ripjii ly
Will present for tho first time in thla city, Un
new and auccessful Drama entitled
A MAN OF THE PEOPLE.
Jack Kyder-A Man of the People-Milton Noble.
Krerved Seats oo
Admission to side sctlon ?v
Gallery, except froul row jot
Keifrved eat for sale at Parker' Hook atore.
The Gale Chilled Plow
la the best plow In (lie world and wa awarded the
At Parla Exposition, 1S7 Other Plow competing.
Fur circular anplv lu
Oil.E MANlFACTt'IilNO CO . Albion, Mich.
N UNPARALLELLED OFFER.
A FKEE TEST TUIAL
OK ONE OF
HEALTH KEST0KIXG PADS
We will aend one of our HEALTH HESTOH
IN'U PAHS to any Invalid alllicied with Liver
Complaint. CHILLS and FEVEH, INDKIKS
rili.N. CONTIVKNEhS, .Nervou Headache,
Dvspepslu. Nervous Debility and Impure lllooil.
If' lliev will send us their SMiitHoma unci ml
dress and uirree to end n -i.Wi If It cnVctc
a cure to their entire satlxt'nclion, otheiwise
there will bo no choree. We will do tills in con
vince tho public or the superior value a a
OF OUK PADS.
Ami that they will do nil we say. A this ofiur
will necessarily be limited In number, we hope,
therefore, mi iur!y application will lie aiade. ,.
dress. ery L'cspectlV.lv Yours,
1VJ Elm street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Physician apeak lu Terms of Prulau In faror ol tho
Cincinnati, Juno SH, 1HT0.
Ilavlnit had mmp considerable, nctiualfilAiico with
the operation of the Pad, I can coucleiiclously
recommend It a an excellent remedy In ul 1 Uiu dis
ease for which Dr. Forbes counsels It uac.
DR. J. HALLOW ELL,
ST78 Oeore Htreet, ClucluunlL
What Itev. Joseph Emory, tho well known City
Cincinnati, June .10, 1H70.
Havliiff had a Ions acquaintance wllh Dr. Forboa,
I am latlslled that whatever ho recommend ha dooa
so conacleucloualy, nnd will prove all t-hcy promise
DEV. JOSEPH BSEwy.
Extract from s few of tho Many Letter frequently
received at the Office '
One ay:-"Ifeol that your Pad hnvo aved mr
life." Another iay :--'Vour Pad has just reached
my case. It ha entirely removed my costlvenesa
and ronaenuent Hick Headache." Another rrltea--your
Pacf attended strictly to business, and In
forty-olttht hour I felt a well a over," Another
"Your Pad ha cured me of llllliousue und n Inr
pld Liver. I am better than I hnvo been In twenty
yoara." Still auother aya:-I imvo endured nil tho
horror urowliiK out of a torpid Llvernntl Dvapepsia
After iislni your pad all these 111 len me.'' m
innr:-"I have used ynnr Pad with perfectly ami,
factnry ruiulta, und cheerfully lecomiiicnil them