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For the dir.- if all illrca.e. arMni: from Impure
blood, aud for I n v I ortit 1 111; and i-l ri-iijjl lie ul il.; the
vlUlorgahN. Arcjoii weak, nervous, debilitated,
pule and i in itriuU -1 T Have ymi lot your appetite J
llivn von naiircit. psln In tin- back. Act II ro, lr.
Lin:y' Mood Searcher will drive out tin' dlsenre
nd brim; buck tli llloom or Health. Pimple.
H..1U kimtlii'liu. Teller. S:l',l llheUlll. Ac'.. UP' lltll
.aurfare liidiclinn of KIihnI DUi'iihu; ttlul Dr. Llnd-
ey Blood Senrihcr. lv piiriiynitf uie ryrieiii ui
eu the kin uml bcautlfii III"' complexion. Sold
t all rfriwi'lrM. SI .111 liorhottlo. U K. Sellers,
Proprietor, Plltburi. Pa. Jinn lay llro., Ae.ctit
gELLER'S COUGH SYRl'P.
Over 1 .nno.OCin brittle urtlil. It I tin' niiKl pleasant
and popular remedy fur Cough. Colds. Croup.
UoarMies and all ihront and limn disease. H
bwn in lire for half a centurv. Urn-torn p-commend
nd prvcril it. J. K. Yoiiniiiii, Lontf IV l'- 1U;;
ray: "It navrd mv to children frni the Lrave.
A L. Simmon, of lUlliniore. Md.. alru f " : "It
Will cure the ort coush Immediately." A-k your
4rnesiit or eciienil storekeeper for il and take no
other, Price.. -A'.'., SO., and Jl.m p-r l"til'. Send
for circular. 1!. K. seller. Co.. Proprietor,
rUUburg, l'a. Itarclav Hio . Audit, l alro.
PoroverSovearrSELLKtrs MVF.I! PILLS have
he-n the -uniUrd remedy for Liver t ouiu.aiiit.
Corthene. Sick Headache. P.un m shoulder or
Back. Hfilnei.. Coaled Totm-ue. Fever and Agile,
and all di-na-.- arifim: from a deranged rime of t lie
Liver or stomach. Thotna Adam, or Hitf
Kr.ravr: Seller- i'ill- have "a1''' iiiiMlr'l of
dollr'in doctor.' hill In thi country. 11. r..
Seili-rr I'd.. Proprietor. Pitulmrg. l'a. Barclay
Bror.. Am-iH. air": .
l'Kr'rMOS U. fAKiiS-rilYiriASS.
J H. BRYANT. M. D.
OFFICE: Kis'.iti i'l ' Wa-hiazton Avenue.
Oflice bourr. A. M. to !i 1', .
RESIDENCE:-Corner Nineteenth an J Wash
ington. II. MM.EA.V. M. D.,
iroaooiat!iic IMiysu ian and Surgeon.
Otto UW Yoniuyrcliil avenue. Kertdence corner
rnnrl eiM'.i st. aud VA asliintou avenue, Cairo.
It. SMITH, M. D.
nftlcf und Ki'slrtVm'P :
NO. '21 THIKTEESTU STliEKT. CAIRO. ILL.
U. E. W1HTLOCK,
OrncK No. 1; f'ommej-i-lal Aveuue. between
F.lclith aud Ninth Street- "
W. C. JOCELYN.
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avouue,
jINKUAlt & LANS DEN,
OFFlt'K No, 114 Commercial Aventu1.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAI'KROF ALKXANDKK COL'NTY
Only Morninj Daily in Southern Illinois.
Wc are authorized to announce the name of At.
xhid CoMiNoa aa a candidate for City Treasurer at
tbe eniulugclty election.
We. aro athorir.ed to announce the nama of Wai.
tub L. Bbihtol aa a candidate for the oftlcc of City
Treasurer, at tho euaulng charter election.
We are. authorised to announce that Mn.Ka W.
P-rkbii la acandtdate, attbecnsuliiK city election,
tot tho office of City Treasurer.
Snrron BuiXiTm: Pleaao announce that I am a
candidate for the office of City Treasurer, at the
-Approaching city election,
We are authorised to announce W. F. Rruuriirmi
candidate for City Cleric at the approachluK
Wa are authorl.cd to announce Lorn L, Divi
M a candidate for City Clerk at the ensuing mu
Wf are. authorised to announce Joun B. Puti.u
a A candidate for re-election to the office of City
Clerk at the approaching municipal election.
We authorised to announce that William H. IIowb
la a candidate for the office ot City Clerk, at tbe en
aln altv election.
SiONAt Orrfi, I
Cairo, 111., March
7, IHTH. (
Tlnae. Bar. Tber. 11 urn Wind. Vol. Weather.
t p. m 90.06
S:M " JtU.O.
I- Maximum Temperature. TT: Minimum Tem
pera! are, M; lUlbfall, 0.110 Inch.
W. II. RAT.
Ser.'t 9l.nal Coma, V, S. A,
TftnT. E. Clarke, accompanied by her
.- sister, Miss Rued, leare. the city fur Indian-
a pal is, Indiana, to-day.
Mr. C. R. Woodward left for the great
markets of the East, last night to make
'.purchases for the spring business.
M. L. Johnson, General Manager of
the C. A St. L railroad, was expected to
arrire in this city, by a special train, yes
If you want tender, juicy beefsteak, or
nytlttng in tho line of fresh mente, leave
. your order with J. Q. Standi, next door to
Rowi' giocery, aud It will lie tilled promptly
MctwrB. Allen and Moore are applying
. the coloring to the qew Burger Sc Co. business
. house, and will pnint a sign for the (Inn
which they intend shall serve hk a specimen
-of their skill, taste and ingenuity us Nigu
The Delta City boys took their engine
out for a squirt, yesterday evening. The
Deltas hive the best engine in the city. It
never gels out of repair, and now, after
' seven yeurs' service is In us perfect order
r as it was when it first landed in Cairo.
The Circuit Court, Judge Darker, pre
siding, is devoting its time to the lw and
chancery docket tt being the Judge's
purpose, manifestly, to disencumber it of its
rubbish; and give Ins successor in oftlee a
good "send afT" with plenty of nothing
Thousands of persons have their eyes
turned towards Wall Stect. That is where
thousands of dollars are made daily trout
investments ranging from $50 to $550. The
reliable brokers, Alex. Frothinghaui & Co.,
13 Wall Sti-cLNew York, .send their Finan
cial Report free which cxplnns fully.
Mr. Natighton's gold watch will be
rallied o'J this evening tit Mike O'Dimnel's
s'tlixm. Mr. Nuiightoii is a consumptive,
and months of sickness have drawn so
heavily upon his purse that he is compelled
to dispose of his watch to raise means to
supply bis needs. His friends should see to
it that all the chances are taken.
In the case of tire city vs. John Day
ling, for drunkenness, before 'Squire Com
ings, yesterday, a tine ot one dollar and
costs was imposed; and us the alternative of
imprisonment was to vamose the city, Mr.
K concluded he would light out, and nsked
for 1? hours time, in which to make ready.
Parties who attend the Theatre
C'.miiqtie assure us that the very best of or-
dcrauil decorum are onscrven, ami mat tne
entertainment is as creditable a variety
show as can be witnessed for tho same
money, in any of the larger cities. Appre
hensions that it would degenerate into a
beer-jerking iree-and-eu-y. have been dissi
pated. A certain John Harris, ns a greeting
to spring, got drunk, yoteMny, ami trom
drunk to disorderly being but a short
step, Harris took it, and was therefore pull
ed before Justice Comings on the double
chanrcof 1). & D. After henrimr the evi
dence, the squire conc'iudVd to adjust a
penalty of $" and cost to the offence, and
doing so, Mr. Harris begged a stay of exe
cution that be might get out of the city.
The stay was granted.
There was a liHle breeze of excitement
in certain quarters, yesterday and the day
before, by the efforts of a certain party,
formerly a resident of one of the upper
counties, to leave the state and carry with
him such of his property as was liable to
execution for debt. Letters and telegrams
were received by one of our citizens, re
i questing him to head -off the absconder;
but as no crime had been charged, the citi
zen very sensibly concluded that he would
not involve himself.
;.Vriic following are the names ot officers
elect of the K. 31. K. of C. who were in
stalled into office, Thursday evening: Ed.
Dezonia, G.G.M.;C. Mason, G. G. L. II. 8,;
Frank W'alker. G. G. R. 11. 8.; Cha's. Gil
bofer, G.G. M. T.; C. A. Saup, G. G. T.;
Wm, Cundiir, G.G C; Jno. Brown. G. G. S,
J3.; Louis Muck, G. G. T. C; Geo. Frasier,
G. G. 9.; Geo. M. Fry, G. G. J. A. Execu
tiue Committee, Claude, Winter, Wm. Cun
dilf, C. C. Mason. Board of Trustees, II.
M. Black, C. C. Mason, Paul II. Si'ltuh.
The Evening Sun has learned from
very good authority that it was not the Illu
sion Mystery woman who handed tho baby
into the arms of Mrs. Hamlin to hold awhile,
and didn't return again; but another wo
man, who was visiting the exhibition. This
doesn't tally with our information; but wc
should like to believe it. The Illusion
woman was an excellent baritone horn-
blowet, and we dislike to connect a good
hornist with a bad reputation. Our
iufonnant wad Mrs. Hamlin herself,
and as she received the child, we had no
reason to doubt her story.
Oscar G. Harrell left the city for
Chicago, by tho midnight train, last night,
his twenty days' respite from duty having
expired, He is filling a position at the head
of the mailing department of the Chicago
Daily Sun, and Daily and Weekly Drovers'
Journal. These papers aggregate a circu
lation of over forty thousand copies, and
are published by II. L. Govdnll. who. manv
veara aoro. nullinli(vl the fnirri War-TVo-ln '
n ' i - ' ' - - o 1
and subsequently the Cairo Times. As a '
superintendent of the mechanical depart
ment of a newspaper office ho has few
superiors in the western country.
Three or four nights ago a white man
who was passing along Fourth street, was
set upon by two ruffians, who attempted to
garote and rob him. Ho succeeded in re-'
leasing himself from the clutches of his as
sailants, and drawing his revolver, fired up
on th urn. One of tho rascals fell, aud the
white man thinking ho had killed the fel
low immediately fled the city, and has not
since then, been heard from. The ruffian who
fell, did so, because he had entangled his
feet, and not because he was wounded. We
have been requested to say that if the white
nian will return, and make himself known,
which ho may do with impunity, he will
hear something to his advantage.
--Yesterday was us genial as May too
warm for the seitson; yet we found in our
sanctum the first roaring fire built there
during the year. Wo couldn't open tho
stove door and let the fire cool down, be
cause tho wind, pouring down the flue,
filled the room with smoke. The moment
we opened the office door the gusts rushed
in and sent our paper flying everywhere;
and we couldn't take off our coat, becuusc
well, wo didn't put on our best shirt. In
consequence of t Ji if concatenation of exas
perations w were compelled to sit, for fully
half the day, in a closed room, near u red
hot stove, with our emit on ! Tho boy who
built tho fire Is In charge of Dr. Smith,
Three or four of tho candidates for cltv
offices having little else to do, are mittinir
in ubout fourteen hours a day at the work
ot cultivating the good opinion of the tree
and independent American sovrelgns, resi
dent nl the corporation. Each candidate
has his story to repeat, and it Is creditable
to all of them, that the contest Is singularly
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOKMNU, MARCH 8, 1879.
free from ugly, irritating personalities. A
majority of the candidates base their claims
upon their ability to perfona the duties of
the positions they seek, their need of emol
uments; and not upon the ground that their
opponents ure rascals, vagabonds or idiots.
When it is remembered that there, are ten
or twelve candidates in the Held, and tluit
at least half the number re constantly
working among the voters, the good feeling
that prevails is something remarkable.
Certain taxpayers, resident of a neigh
boring county, consider themselves outraged
under the operation ot the present school
law. A new school district was created,
and the first thing the new directors did
was to build a 10x1(1 log cabin, and tax the
property of the district $;l i'O on the $100
H pay tor it. If the voters of the district
authorized the tax, the directors did rigid
in levying it. If the tax was not so author
ized, the lew is not legal, and need not be
paid. The law fixes a limit which the
directors can not exceed without a vote o
the people. Two years ago the taviM
property of one of the districts of thi
county was subjected to a tax of nine dol
lars and seventy cents on the $100: but n
the levy had not been authorized by a v:.'
of th.' district, the tax was not paid. In
nearly or quite one halt the districts in
Southern Illinois,, a tax of less than $;! "ii
the $100, Wtfuhl not produce enough rev
enue to maintain it school six months. It
follows, therefore, that a great deal should
be left to the discretion of the directors.
As stated by us yesterday the rooms uf
the Woman's Club anil Library association
were filled, on the occasion of their anni
versary ceremonies, the number present
embracing the more prominent, intelligent
and influential ladies and gentlemen of the
city. Mrs. P. A. Taylor, County Superin
tendent of Public Schools, presided during
the evening, nnd is manifestly well schooled
in the duties of a presiding officer. The
entertainment was varied by readings,
singing and recitations. Mrs. Adams read
an essay; Mrs. Lansdeii sang that most
beautiful and pathetic of all songs: "The
Last Rose of Summer;" Mrs. Dr. S'inith
gave a recitation; Mr. Johnson sang
"Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep;" Mrs.
Lansden and Messrs. Johnson and Ais
thorpe joined in singing a trio; Mrs. H. H.
Candee read a can'ully prepared paper and
Rev. 11. '. George discoursed about earth's
great thinkers. From this statement of
facts the inference is inevitable that every
body present spent the evening pleasantly
!'he death of Alexandr Aden, alias
Ex Billingsley, seems to have been very sud
den. From the Dexter Messenger we leurn
that he was taken sick about 4 o'clock Tues
day afternoon, with what was supposed to be
an attack of ague. Parties who dropped in
to see him all concluded that it was merely
a common chill, and consequently left him
entirely in care of his sister. About 11
o'clock at night a neighbor dropped in who
at ouce concluded that the patieut ought
to have help. At the suggestion of the
sister a physician was called in, who at
once decided that it was a congestive chill,
and the sufferer, even then, was beyond the
reach of medical skill. At 7 o'clock next
morning, after a sickness of only fifteen
hours, Eck breathed his last. lie had but
recently bought a photographer's outfit,
and was making preparations to set up in
that business. He was about 27 years of
age, and the Messenger speaks cf him as
follows: "Though he had keen here but s
short time, he had by his gentleaianly de
portment and many noble twits, inado
many warm iriends, who now dfplorc his
-Wo have just received Drainard's
Mus'eul World for March, and find it full
of attractions for lovers of music and mu
sical literature. Seven complete pieces of
new music are given in this number, con
sisting of "Daisy's Wedding Day," a new
song und chorus by Rosabel, "Birdie, Sweet
Birdie," a beautiful cradle song by W. G.
Smith, "It is Early in the Morning," Quar
tette by Coe,"Mignon,"a piano urrangenient
of airs from this popular opera, "Jack Hom
er's Quickstep," an easy piano piece by
Karl Merz, "Song Without Words," for pi
ano or Cabinet organ, and "The Musical
World Waltz," for Piano and Violin. An
immense amount of musical information,
including the musical news from all parts of
the world is also given. Anumberof articles
of special interest to violinists will be found
in this number among them a short history
of the violin and brief sketches of the
leading violinists of the world. Twelve ex
cellent portraits of Max Strnckosh und the
leading artists in his opera company are
also given this month. Send 15 cents for u
sample copy, or $1.50 and receive the
World a year nnd you will not regret it.
Address the publishers, Williams and
Manss, Cincinnati Ohio.
The Westminister Review for Juiumry,
has just been republished by the Leonard
Scott PublishingCo.,4lBiirchiystrcft, . y.
The articles which will receive most atten
tion are probably those relating to Turkey,
Afghanistan and South Africa, and a care
ful reading of these will give an insight
into the causes and probable consequences
ol the recent events which have brought
these countries so prominently into notiun.
"The Russians in Turkey" dilates (m the
uttroclticH perpetrated by the Russians, nml
exposes their disregard of the stipulations
of tho Berlin treaty. In some remarks on
.1... - !.....!' L I I'. 1
urn whinny r.iiifiiiin i s .siuiie empire,
we learn the narrow basis of phv.ical fi,rt.(.
on which Its rests. The Asiatic popuhttion
of the empire is 340,000.000; the non-
Asiatic numbers only 131,147 souls.
Other articles nre "Dr. Johnson; his Bi
ographers and critics," being a review of
some recent biographies und a new edition
of Boswell, and containing ninny anecdotes
characteristic of Johnson: "The Papacy its
early relations w ith Roman Catholic States,"
being a retrospective view of its orign und
policy; nnd "The Cairoli Family," tin in
teresting episode from Italian history, tho
writing of w hich was probably suggested
by the late attempt at assassinating King
Humbert, which was toiled by the gallantry
of his prime minister, Benedetto Cairoli.
The section on "Contemporary Literature"
is full, as usual, of short criticisms of
the principal new books in all
departments of literature.
--It is a matter of surprise to us that
any of our Egyptian newspaper men should
join the out-cry against the Board of Equal
ization, and repent the demand that owes
its origin to Northern Illinois, that the
Board be abolished. Before the the crea
tion of the Board Southern Illinois paid an
undue share of the State taxes more than
twice the amount that should in justice and
equity, huve been ncssed against her.
This was so because our "old fogy" asses
sors honestly compl'i'-d with the law, and
put n fair ca.h value upon taxable proporty.
While they were doing this, the widc-awako
assessors of Northern Illinois usci rtained
the cash value of the taxable properly
of their respective counties, ami then
took from 35 to 50 per cent of the amount
as n just valuation lor purposes of taxation.
The Southern Illinois asscs-ors interpreted
'he law to mean that if the cash value of a
llDlse was $50 the horse should be assessed
at -5!. The Northern Illinois assessor
would acknowledge the cash value, but Would
feel that he could not. without doing vio
lence to his conscience, value hnn, lor
taxable imposes, at more than $3H or $'.'5.
And upon a basis of this character was the
state tax levied and paid. The Board of
Equalization was treated and lifted from
one quarter to one half the load from the
shoulders of Southern Illinois taxpay
ers upd distributed it equitably among
the. shirkers of the upper portion of tlie
State. The amount thus lifted from
the shoulders of Alexander county taxpay
ers alone, will foot up $40,000; and there
are not a half dozen counties in Southern
Illinois that have not ben relieved in like
mariner, of the payment of nuns aggrega
ting thousands of dollars. Wherefore
it is quite apparent to us that Egypt bus
bt'f'ii greatly befriended by the Board of
Equalization, and should not join in the
clamor for its abolishment; but stoutly,
manfully and gratefully defend it.
THE TAXPAYERS LAST NIGHT.
The Taxpayers meeting last night was
one of unusual interest, and the attendance
was good. The sanitary condition of the
city was discussed at length, and the Exec
utive committee of the association was re
quested to invite five or ten of the leading
citizens of each ward to meet with it. and
confer upon the propriety of organizing
a Sanitary association, as suggested iu Tiik
Bulletin, and to mature means whereby
the general health of the city may be pro
moted. Resolutions were adopted earnestly urg
ing the City Council to put the city in a
cleanly couditiun before the advent of hot
weather, to cause a cleaning up of streets
and alleys and to enforce cleanliness about
the homes and business houses of the
city, and to cause the graves from which
the yellow-fever dead were taken, to be re
filled. To better accomplish these ends,
the City Council is requested to appoint an
active and efficient Health Officer.
The executive committee of the associa
tion was directed to accept, on behalf of
the association, the uroposition of Messrs.
Green & Gilbert, Attorneys-at-law, to en
join the Collector from any attempt to en
force the collection of the Railroad Inter
est tax of 1878, levied upon the real or per
sonal property of the members of this asso
ciation. This tax is overdue, and ns many
of the taxpayers of the county as may wish
to avail themselves of the arrangement with
Massrs. Green & Gilbert, can do so by join
ing the association, paying $1 initiation
fee, 23 cents monthly dues from the first of
January, and 10 percent, of the amount of
taxes that may be permanently enjoined.
The electon for new officers resulted as
follows: C. R. Woodward, president, re-elected;
B. F. Blake, vine-president; Wixxl
Rittenhouse, Treasurer, re-elected; und the
following named gentlemen us the Execu
tive committee: Col. S. S. Taylor, R, W.
Miller, E. W. Green, F. Bross nnd It. Fitz
gerald. The meeting adjourned a few minutes
before 10 o'clock.
Raiiiks nre tiik institution and should
be guarded from attacks of Colic, Flatu
lence, etc., by Dr, Bull's Baby Syrup. Price
35 cents a bottle.
Wantko To buy a light spring wagon
and a small horse aud harness at Tiik
Rui.lktin office. E. A. Bcknutt.
Tiik Theatre Com iqtie was again crowded
lust evening, to witness the great Vundeville
entertainment. A great hill will bo Intro
duceil to-night making the performance
tho very best yet offered. Don't fail to see
Bowman and Laniond's Phonograph the
most wonderful invention of tho age; also
fheir comical egg machine. The Catletts
will continue in their brilliant specialities
and MbsesM'iy Conoly and Everett will be
as cliai tiling a.s usual.
LIST OK LKTTKnS IltMAINISU IN THK
l'OST OH'ICK AT CAIItl) MAIIC1I 8, 187!).
Ilui k. Motile Ml
BeiiNley, I.llln Mr
( 'minimi, ilennli' Ml
Freeman. l.oiiUu Mr
Holme. Murv .Mr
Mutt hew , Tlnnv MU
Mclliumlil, Addle .Mr
Maim, 1( ,
Nolan, Murv V Ml
Rumbult, L'1.xle Ml
Shlnn, Minnie Ml
Ciihw.'II, l.lz.le Mr
t rockell. 1 A Mr
Hinooii, Manic Mia
lolliixon. Alex Mm
Mmve, Will Mr
Holier!)!!. .1 K Mr
Spencer, Ells Ml
Smith. I.linlii Mi
llioiiqiMiiu, ii Mr
WilLlmmii, Sueller Mm
SVIUon. Mr (col)
Berry. II 1,
Midi e, A II
Dixon. Ir I. (i
tiri'tfit. Nathan M
Ileriu. .) till ii
MeKntlie, ,1 II
I'ayne, dull n
Vau'liu, .1 oil ti
Wilcox, T 1)
lleiiueii 1 1 rum
Hi m i k 1 an. Thi
( nrwine. lire J 1) II
Kinrle, .1 Ii
tirlllln. 'iitni I.
iii'iiiiiT-ou, .i i;
Kliniv. .) It
Mannliiv', llev .1 s
I'aviii''. 1 1 firry
Hosi r, Ilurrv
Swiivin'. Uii'lii rt
Tlioiiia, I, I)
Vernal tie. A
We'ls.' K I,
Foit Rk.nt An excellent dwelling house.
Inquire of (li:o. Fisiikh.
To tub rnii.ic. My wife, Mrs. f.. L.
Clancy, having abundoml my bed and
board without jiM cause or provocation, I
adopt this method to warn all persons not
to harlxir or trust ber on my account, as I
shall pay no bills that she may contract,
e.eccpt reasonable board bills,
.Ions Ci.asi v.
Cairo, Ills., March 0. lsT'j.
BAR FIXTI KKS AT .U'CTION'.
At Nick M 'nce's saloon, on Eighth street,
on Saturday, the Mil inst., tit 10 o'clock n.
lit., there will be sold t;t auction to the high
est bidder, it full out-tit for a saloon, in
cluding two ice-lioe, shclvim;, counter,
decanters, glasses, etc. Sale positive and
without rcervc. ' IIkni.v I.attsli:.
Nil. A. Mi. Kii. Auctioneer.
Cairo, March (i. l"sTy.
A Gi'OD INVESTMENT.
Iliivinr; decided to close up my sa!iin
business und open a rrMutiraiit and board
ing house I offer for sale ut low figures my
salisiri fixtures, consisting of Tables, Chairs
etc., also an lee Box ol' my own manufact
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 as will adorn any dining room.
CllAW.KS S( IIOKXMKVKII.
Caiiio, lils. March II. 179.
A. H.u.i.KV,.the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, iuvites attention to his
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery nnd lancv goods. His cook stoves
are among the latest and Ix-st patterns and
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
tin1 market; they are of the heaviest make
nnd will last 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.
Fishino Tacki.k For professional or
ametetir fishermen. C. W. Henderson has
on hand the largest stock and greatest vari
ety of fish hooks, fish lines, reels, rods,
flies, etc.. etc., ever brought to this market,
all selling at "rock bottom prices." Also an
immense stock of pistols at the lowest
prices way down!
NoTK'K. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or uny one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must le attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Bt'ltNLTT.
Wasthd. Ten Copers for slack work.
Memphis, Cooi-krauk it MVo. Co.
Lonii.i.Aiii)'s Tin Tug smoking tobacco
in ejghth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillurd's N'ckle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsmeyer's ut fac
Piiok. Haudy takes pleasure in na
nntmcing that his dancing school will be
open.for the gentlemen's ciusson Wednesday
evening, in Turner hall, and for the ladies
and misses class on Satunray afternoon at
2 o'clock. For information as to terms, etc.,
apply at the hall.
R. Joxf.s has on hand for tho use of his
customers, the very best leather and
material for fine and heavy boots and shoes
ever brought to this section. His work
men are first class. His work the very
best and prices as low as the lowest. Sat
isfaction guaranteed in all cases.
$33 Rkwakd. The above reward will be
paid to any person who will give informa
tion as to who stole a lot of hides and calf
skins from Kynaston's & Smith's slaughter
house, on the night of the 37th of Febru
ary, 1870. Kvsaston &, Smith.
March 4th, 1870.
Bhanch Officio of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansville, at Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street, Cairo. Ills.
Foil a good shave for ten cents, a good
Iniir cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's bubcr shop, No. 143 Conimeciiil
Mluciiast TAiumiNd. H. Lehning.No.
10 Ohio levee, has just received a full line
of piece goods of nil descriptions, which will
be manufactured to order. Also a full stis'k
of gents furnishing goods, all nt low prices.
The old stock is entirely disposed of, and
everything is fresh and new. Satisfaction
Hakiiihii! no, Illinois, February I I, 18T!.
At a culled mcittlnii of the Mrancli Ollleo of the
Idmv nnd Orphan Muttiul Aid Hoi luty of Cairo,
I l..nt HurrUliiirtr, III., It. II. Caldwall r. wa
elected to the olllce nl Herrntarvstiil Trcawirer. to
llll tho vacjincy cauncd by I lie realumitloii of K. M.
Ill carmwily delred hy the Board of Managers or
th Branch Olllce, thai all tint former member of
thl idtlce whouro helilnd with their aemuiit,
that they muk! iinmeillale imynicnt to I In, Secretary
o that their tmllele innv lie rclniOiitcil In tliia t hi.
iheiiietiilidiiiotiMuliulu Life liihiiruuce Co, on
The inilliaL'eM of tho Homo Officii ut Cairo. 1111-
tnil have lately made a coiildenililo reduction In
Hie annual iisei.iieiit nl the un mlier uf thi o
aocleiy iiiitl II hrani lie fur the cicni.i thereof,
Taking be lilu'lie limit of iiitHHiiiciit lor unuiiul
i'Xieue. an nlliiwed hy the coiitiutli,n of the Wid
ow uml orphan villUlill A I it Society uf (aim llli
liiil. (of which this I a Branch 011icci.lt will nut
cunt on u gl.iam policy more than from :M.tfi to
'W i) fur a term of l year, di-nciid tijioit aye
lUMircit. balne;u calf iiliitlou m, H. mhiiiiI otlmalcd
per centacje of uioriallty ; when mother Life limn
ruuee t'oinpanle. like the Mutual of New York, It
will ciwt on il fl.iiim life pulley lor one vear alone
ftl Torn glOJ.Vi. uiTiirdilii; to the iijfe of tlie liiMircd ;
icmtliii; niori! thaii pernni of iiiinlerale cliciim
li!liecenn piiy, piirliculurly now in tlii t ine of
tliiaiiclal illsiir-s. The aiue uiuoimt that other com
Panic w ill I'hui'ssi' fur wie year alouu will carav you
In tlie lilu uml Oiplian Inraix vear and mure.
There I no aler or noiiiiiler im iely thaji the W.
uml o. M. A. s of ( ulro Illinois. In ejureme; the
liiemlier of which are not imeei or taxed tu help
to iiiport any lar;." alarieil officer, or to build
luri,'e mnl rontly oliirei, mid liiiililliu;. no Urn"
Biiiiiuiit of nioiiie (icciiiii'ioiteil for aoine couiiilrel
to einlele or tiiil
In the W. ami o. M . A S. of Cairo. Ill , Hi" life
(uilli-it-n are all nnfe. all i. nth lo.-c will lie t.iin
to lie f i it 111 In the hciii-nViiirien w llliiil.t my illi-pute
or litigation of any kind on the part of tlni-ompaiiv.
Il 1" a Ixiiiie lu-iliiitiuii. u pnor nrnii'i. widow mid
or;dian' Institution. None o iniur but what tliev
may obiuln a small lniiraiiee. Iniestiuiitethe plan
ami Ii working of 11,1m t h,- hct In-illiiilun of the
kind; emiie. help n in swell it number. Increase
lt h' lielll uinl perform vniirmMv to vniirwife mid
cblldreii. .1. W. Mill IIKI.I.. W.'id.'t.
It. L. i Al.llWKI.L, Secretary.
Ilvilrlueof nil ".ration to me lir.-ct".l. Iiv th
clerk of the l irniit Court of Aleiim'T ninitv, In
the Slat" of Illinois. In lnvur ol Wood Itlllelihou"
mi l Jus -ph II Kilti'iilioiise, tlr'ii name of Wood
l.'llt. ljlnm-c A llro . anil aniiiu-t aintie K.Thomp
mi. .Inhii Siimiii uliI IMwiird I' i.llsoM. is part
in-rs ri:iiiio.iin:llie Arm of S. K. Thompson & t o..
I huve levl 'il up in Itie folL.w Inn described propi rtv
to wit: Lot llilrti one cui and tlilrly Iwo i.;-.'i. Iu
blo.'k numbered forty elht if". In the ill, ofrlro.
county of Alexander and St.ile of llllnjli,. n. the
protierlv of the nald Kilwurd I'. O Uoii. which I
l,a!l offer for .tie nl public pinliienl the W'e-ier!et
door of the otirt lntle. In the l ilt of (iro.
rouiitvnf Ato.li.'lertiid Stnto of IllitioU, ou the
Mhdavof April. f:v. nl II o'clock a in.
Dated t!ilei-Mh dav of March. A H lsT!
'JOHN lluli,ES, Sheriff
JADDLERY AND HARNESS SHOP.
JAMES M. K I XX K All,
la the old l.uil tg A Peerwtirt iitii ml, near Hie
Aral) Knjlnu lloiue.
IS prcpar'd to do all kludyif work In hi liae,
clieeply, cxpedii iously nn In a Ihorotisili work
manlike maimer, lie mute, pmmnae and t;'i
anU'n atlfaciion in run particular.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Saturday Ky'ii'tf March h.
THE KKIiiNIN'i; KAVOltlTKS
THE MILTON' NOBLES
Comet ly Company
Will present for the flrt tlru In thi ciw, tin
new and uccelul Drama entitled
A MAX OF TIIK PEOPLE.
Jack Kyder-A Mu of the People-Mlllou Noble.
Ad ml ion to ide section..
Oalliry.'eirept front row....
Keiarvcd wat for ale at I'arker'i Book store.
The Gale Chilled Plow
Ii the bet plow '.n Hie world and wu awarded the
At Pari Kipoaitlon. ts, Other l'lowa competing.
For circular apply to
OALK MANl FACTUUNU CO . Albion, Mich.
HEALTH PA I)S.
iN L' PARALLELLED OFFER.
A FREE TEST TRIAL
OF ONE OF
HEALTH' RESTORING PADS
We will aenrt one of our HEALTH RKSTOll
INti PADS to uny Invalid atlllrled with Liver
Complaint. CHILLS and FKVKK, IN 1)1 (IKS
l'lON. CUST1VENKSH, Nervou Headache,
Dypepla. Nervou Debility and Impure illood,
If they will eud u their Muiptnm and ad
dre aad airree to aend li I'M HI If It crTect
a cure to their rutin.' atlfaction. otheiwie
there will bo no charge. We will do thi to con
vince the public of the uperior vulue an a
OF OUH PADS.
And Unit they will rlo all we ny. Aa thN ofler
will tii.ceMrlly be limited In number, wo hope,
tberelorc, an early appllciilloii will be oiudc. Ail
dre. Aery llpict fully Your,
DH.ti. W. FOKIH'.M.
ITS Kim mroet, Cluilnaall.Ohlo,
Phy"lcl.i!n pcn!i In Term of I'rulae In favor of the
, . , Cincinnati, June at, 1H70.
IlavliiK hud otncrotiidurahlu acqnalnlauco with
the opernllon of the Pad, 1 can toiiclenclouttly
rec mend tt u an excellent renietly In nil tho d la
case lor which Dr, Forhi'coiinet It uc.
T (iiorse Street, CluclunaU.
Whut Itev. Joctih Emery, tho well kuown City
, , . , Cincinnati, June 30, lHTfl.
flavins had a Ioiik acqtinlntHiice wlih Ur. Korbin,
I ma iitlneil that whatever he rrronunund h does
m oiicleiicloUHly, and w ill prove all they iiromlo.
IlliV. JOKKPH F.MKItY.
Kxtract from n few of tho Manv Letters frequently
r Ived at tho Offlew.
One Hy'"i f,,,, that vor I'ada have raved tnv
life. Anotlinr ay:-"Votir Pad hu Jut ruachoil
tii.v ciic. It Im entirely removed my corllvvuMW
and conNcqtieiit Hick Headache." Anolher write:
"Y our Pad attended rttctly to biiliii', und Iu
forty elitht hour I felt ai well a ever." Another:
"Y our Pud hnarured me or nilllounima mid a tor
pld Liver. I am belter than I hnvii been In twenty
yeur. Still another n,v!--I hnve eiidnrctl all the
horror arowliii out or a torpid Liver anil l)vpepta
After 11111)1 your pud nil there III left mo' one
iiioru:-"! huvu ued vour Pad with perfccllvriitu
fiii'tory rerun, otal chi orfiilly recommenil Ib'em la