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HIE GREAT BLOOD TONIC
.k. mt ll iIImum arlalmr from Impure
Hood, tod for Invigorating ud airetmtben ng the
TlUlorwn. Are you weak, uervoua, debllltn ed
la aud emaciated? lUve yoa loat your appell e?
have voa nauaea. pain In the back. Ac? If 10. Dr.
JUndaey's Wood Searcher will drive ont the dlaeaae
ad brief beck the Bloom of Health. Mmplea.
Boila, Krylpelaa. Tetter, felt Rheum. 4 c.. are hut
airfare ladlcatlona of Blood Dltuine; aud Dr. Llnd
hi'i Wood Searcher, by purifying the ayatem eoft
aa the kla and bcaiitlfle the complexion. Hold
kr ail dnijuiati. $1.00 per bottle. K. K. Seller.
graorUtor, JMUiburf, Pa. Barclay Urol., Agents
ELLEH'8 COUGH SYRUP.
WOT I (W,MUif uuiuraaviu. " r -
aad popular remedy for Cough. Cold. Cron,
Hoantnoa and all throat and lung dlaeaae. line
keen In ute for half a ccnlurv. Doctora recommend
: and preaorlN It. J. K. Youman. Long P. O.. Ill;,
Bays: "It aaved my two children frem the grave.
A L. Slmmona, of Baltlmoru, Md., alao av: "It
will cure the worm eouiih Immediately. A"k your
rurgiat or geueral atorckeeper for It and take ua
otier. Price, Sic., 60.. ami $1.00 per bottle. Bond
for circular. K. i. Seller 4 Co., Proprietors,
rUtoburg, Pa. Barclay Uron.. Ageut. Cairo..
f IWk iVtA kAl.. iaM Ti U thA met At nlftftH&Ut
For over M year SKLLKK'S LIVER PILLS I have
been the tandar4 remedy for Liver Complaint,
CUvene! Sick Headache. Pali In SbouUler or
Back, Dlinlnea. Coaled Tongue. fever and Ague,
and all dlMte arUIng from a deranged t i of the
Liver or swmach. Tbumaa Adam, of Big Handy,
Ir ;aav: '8oller- Pill have paved hundred of
iollani'ln doctor' bill in thin country. K. K.
Seller Co., Proprietor, Pitwburg, Pa. Barclay
H. BRYANT, M. I).
murmur Klvhth and Washington Avenue.
Office hour-, a. . to p, m.
RRSIDENCE:-Corner Nineteenth and Wash
ington. yy II. MAREAN, M. D.,
' Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Offloe 138 Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Pourtnth St. and Washington aveuue, tairo.
SMITH, M. D.
0fB.ee and Residence :
SO. M TUIRTKRHTU STREET, CAIRO, ILL.
,R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omci-No. ISC Commercial Avenue, between
eighth aud Ninth streeu
QR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue
JINEOAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICK-No. US Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Morninir Daily in Southern- Illinois.
W ara authorised to announce the name of At.
md Cuhino aa a candidate for City Treasurer at
(be anauing city electlou.
We are athorlzed to announce the name of Wal
naL, BmtTOL aa a candidate for the oflkc of City
Tnaaurer, at the euaulng charter election.
We are authorised to announce that Mti.f W.
Parub la a candidate, at the enaulug city election,
lot the office of City Treasurer.
iDtroR Buij.itim: l'leaae annonnco that I am a
oaedldate for the office of City Treasurer, at tho
approaching city election,
We are authorized to announce W. F. Sciiuckers
aa a candidate for City Clerk at the approachlug
We are authorized to announce Lorn L. Davib
aa a candidate for City Clerk at the eneulng mu
TWe authorlncd to annonnce Johk B. PHti.ua
eueanOriiia for re-election to the office of City
i Clerk t the approaching muutcipal election.
Weaatiiofliedt an nuance that William II. Howi
'ia a candidal for the office of City Clerk, at the en
nlBg aitr election.
'Cairo, III., .March . W7. (
'Time, bar. rlr. Hum. Wlud. Vel. Weatrref
8. 8 Clear-
8. 20 Clear
8. 1 Cluar
8. 'U Clear
t p. m tM 77
3:4 ;8.7 ,77
atatimtm Te;pTatire.-77 ; Mlulnium tern
peratare, 40; Rainfall, 0X Inch.
W. H. RAY,
6rg't Signal Coroa, U. . A.
For SAiiS. The projimty on N. E. cor
mar of Twelfth street and Washington avc
Jttuo, occupied by Jaeckcl.
M. J. Howi.rv, Ap?nt.
Tor Hunt. $17. Brick residence,
on Washington avenue above Fourteenth
( treet. M.'J. Howley. Agrjit.
,' "BreTity'ii" letter still remains in our
J. Q. Standi is the man of whom you
jhould buy your fresh beef, pork, veal and
Service In tho different churches of tho
city, to day, at the hours mentioned in our
1 Mr. A. W. Nelson, deputy postmaster
of the vary clover village of Centralia, was
in tie city, yesterday
- The County Commissioners will meet
j for the transaction of general county bus-
'. ' ineaa, on tho 81st Instunt.
Mr. C. R. Htunrt, the enterprising
,1 Eighth atroet dry gwmU man, starU East
- this afternoon to purchase his spring stock.
Ij Christ Hefflu is aWit as happy as any
b mortal can ever expect to be, because of the
j advent, in his homo, of a 'hculthy, &m.
Ttr nonUiiiwi if Dr. Msrean's little
AwaSavaljouaClnrigerously 111 of g8.
"it i -
trio fever, was aomewhut iuiroWil, yos-
Tlm f and Vincenne niiv cars turteil
from this city on its nm.thly trip yestcrdty.
jcatl?rin.irgrei!nbaeka quite plentifully ull
alonir the line. Its comin-j Is always hailed
with pleasure, as it stakes many a hard
working fellow who hits been penniless for
The absence ot our favorite contributor
"Linwood," from our columns, to-day,
creates a void that will bo both seen and
and felt, especially by our lady readers.
Hinkle, Thistlewood and Moore have
disposed of a considerable quantity of to
bacco during the pust two or three daya,
at prices entirely satisfactory alike to
planters and purchasers.
Red flannel about the throats of our
people is becoming quite as common as red
ribbon on the lappel of the coats. Coughs
and colds seem to form a general ailment,
as well elsewhere as in Cairo.
Billy Ludwig has erected a new awn
ing in front of his business establishment,
and can assure tho gentleman who mani
fested so much solicitude about his former
awning that this one is "straight."
Quito a throng of citizens, ladies and
gentlemen, gathered on the steamer Halli
day, yesterday evening. Singing, with ac
companiments upon the boat's fine piano,
added not a little to the pleasure of the oc
casion. We heard a )ady speak in highly com
plimentary terms, yesterday, of tho per
sonal appearance of our preachers. The
very moment she refused to include the
newspaper men, we lost all respect for her
judgment, and told her so.
The prevailing scarcity of greenbacks,
and the high scale of prices, did not deter
our people from turning out' to welcome
the Milton Nobles' troupe last night. The
building was full, and the performance
first-class in every particular
We heard it rumored, yesterday, that
the Odd Fellows have in contemplation a
masquerade ball that will come off in a few
days. As the O. F.s are much more giv
en to social re-unions than any other secret
order of which we know anything, the ru
mor is probably well founded.
James King and Nora Price, colored,
were united in the holy bonds of wedlock.
in the Sheriff's office, yesterday, by Squire
Dick Taylor, also colored. Circuit Clerk
Reeve gave away the bride, nd County,
Clerk Humm, Aunt Belle and Sheriff
Hodges were the witnesses. No cards.
Barton, of the Carbondale Free Press,
throws another hot shot at the Cairo post
master. He says that unless McKeaig is
removed the Republicans will not elect a
Congressman from this district in 1830.
That being the case we shall insist upon
the retention of Mac as our postmaster.
The North-Endere, the up-town base
ball club, will play their first game of the
season this afternoon, with a picked nine
from all parts of the city. The grounds
selected are retired, though of easy access.
We say this for the benefit of those moral
young men who want to witness the game,
but don't want to be seen.
The Misses Wooten, of this city, and
their visiting friends, Miss Alice Watwood
and Miss Annie Roach, from Bullard county,
desire to return their thanks to the parties
who complimented them with a most de
lightful serenade. They beg to assure
those concerned that both the compliment
and the excellent music were warmly ap
preciated. The law requiring the registration ot
births and deaths amounts to nethihg is
observed by no one in Alexander county;
and we do not know that it is observed
elsewhere. It requires the performance of
duty without providing the means where
with the duty may be performed. In other
words, the several County Clerks and phis
icians and accouchers of the state have not
leen supplied with the necessary books
The Women's Chn'iftfJ Temperance
Union1 hi'ld a mcrting in the ttefarm Club
hall, yesterday afternoon that ws moder
ately well attended. Rev. Mrs. B. V. Oeorge.
presided. It Was announced that Mi.
Frances E. Millard wonld address the Tent'
perance Refofrn clulr in that hall, next Fri
day evening, aJVd the t'nit-n on the next
evening. Mrs. tVillard i a lady of culture,
of fine oratoraral obility and will deserve a
full house and an nfcntive hraring.
It may be worth ."Mentioning tta M.
B. JIarrell was re-elected to'the position of
Secretary of tho Taxpayer associatiim, at
tliff Friday night meeting and is prcpnreil
to tatke the names and mone of applicants
for rnf.-m!crship. As stated yturtcfduy,. rlwr
asHocsaiion has employed MessrX Green and
Oilbert to light tho railroad tin, and pro'
cccUing to enjoin the collcctunt of the per
sonal tax will be instituted in u few days;
Taxpayers who may desiro to profit by this
arrangement can do so by joining tho asso
Who'd have thoughi it? Our fellow-
citizen, Mr. E. P. Davis one of our most
thrifty business rutin, left the citv, by the
Narrow-gunge, yesterday, for Randolph
county. There is nothing mrvclous ubont
this. But the surnrisc will rmn In ul.n
we remark that he went away in georgeous
nprmrel, redolent of Fragiplana and Night-
uiooming cerus, and will brinir back a wifu
in the person of tho now Miss R. L. Uhles.
He will be married to-morrow, and will
return to Cairo on Tuesday. Miss Uhles
I rtid tube a popular ami Intelligent lady.
As b D ivis, everybody ftnows him,
The county JU contains twelve pris-
on-rs. llm l.irgestt buihIxt that has Hn
.. i i ......
cumins tiiercin unco Imit spring. Their
nalit.'H are us follows: .lohti llogan, for try.
ini? to shoot tlw.- colored tua Bundy; Johu
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
Davis, for stealing goods worth $95; John
Stevens, for an assault to do bodily Injury;
John Dyson, for trying to remove property
covered by a chattle mortgage; Gloster
Burton, for petty larceny (Frank Anderson,
stealing a new axet Jim Turner, assault to
commit murder; William Lewis, for steal
ings watch and $8.50 cash from Pat Fitz;
Mollio Lewis, for larceny, and threo
Between the hours of noon and 3
o'clock, Friday, some rascallion entered
Chris Ilanny's store, by. tho Eighth street
door, and while the attention of the sales
men was devoted to other matters, gained
the money drawer, and abstracted there
from the sum of twelve dollars. Upon dis
covering tho loss Mr. Hanny made no ado
about the matter, and in the hope of luring
the fellow to another attempt, demeaned
himself as if he had not detected his loss.
The rascal evidently took the bait, for
about 9 o'clock the the same evening, the
store was entered by somebody likely the
same man in his sock feet. Unfortu
nately the dash for him was made too soon.
The fellow dashed away, and was soon out
of sight and hearing.
As was mentioned in these columns
several days ago, Judge Harker has grant
ed the injunction prayed lor by Saline
county, to restrain the Cairo & Vincennes
railroad company from the collection of the
$100,000 bonds, issued by the county to tho
company in the year 1873. The case was
argued at great length in Williamson coun
ty circuit court, although originally set for
a hearing In the circuit court, of Alexander
county. The argument concluded, the
Judge took the matter under advisement
and gave the facts and authorities presented
careful consideration. The conclusion at
which he has arrived will, therefore, com
mand much respect as the opinion of a
careful, intelligent, conscientious Judge
The bonds in question were issued under
the same law, for the same purpose, and
stand much upon the same footing as the
$200,000 issued by Cairo aad Alexander
We had received intimations that a
strong pressure would be brought to bear
upon Judge Harker to enter the field as a
candidate for the Circuit Judgeship, but
did not know, until so informed by the
Johnson County Journal, that he had con
sented to run and avowed himself a caudi
date. This will be gratifying intelligence
to a large number of voters' in all parts of
the district. Although the Judge has worn
the ermii e but a short time he baa by his
suavity and genial disposition, as well as
because of his seeming adaptation to the
position, his determination to' enforce
promptness on the part of the attorneys,
economy in the administration of justice,
and to maintain the dignity of tlie position,
won largely upon the respect and confi
dence of the people. We have now in the
field eight candidates, five Republicans and
three Democrats, with the promise of four
or five more,
There will be a great missionary meet
ing at the Presbyterian church, Tuesday
evening next. Mrs. Sarah J. Rhea, a re
turned missionary from Persia, will be here.
Wherever she goes she charms and instructs
her audiences by her plain but touching
way of presenting a subject which she
knows all about from personal experience.
The Rev. William Johnstone, of
East St. Lonis, who is soon to
embark with Ins wife as missiona
ries to Lyria, will also be 'ircsent.
The good ladies of the Presbyterian Mis
sionary society have arranged to give a tea
party, in the Lecture room of the church,
at 8 o'ciock, on Tuesday evening. They
extend a cordial invitation to all the
friends of the church, whether belonging to
their own cougregutiim or not, to enjoy it
with thein. The service in the church,
consisting chiefly of addresses by Mrs.
Rhea and Mr. Johnstone, will begin at 7'j
For four mortal litnffi, yterday, we
were compelled to listen, W (hi P'itinuous
nv hair-lifting shrieks of two colored
y'AJrtysters, who were crying itj rrocrt,
just etaven feet distant from our lf(JrW
At 'first tfe' thought that tho bellowing
juveniles had itas "having fu:t" with A box
of matches and a' gallon of coal oil; but
this upprehensirmf ftroved groundless
Summoning all our fb'.vers of endurance
wo stood "the racket" two1 hours and a quar
ter, and then, realizing av diminution in
the force or volume of the' shrieks
we procured two sheet J of cottdt-fruttirfg
and a pair of napkins, and, s far" f"! they
would tfo. 11 1 1 pel our ears with thetii'. Jlv
thin means w tuned the uoLw dottiMI
aW.t lit'Utii-tifo power. Nerving tmrselvcy
for tlw emergency, we endured this agony
of srmml on hour and threw quarters mure
when Uthj of the untuned calliopes ceuse l,
pure exhaustion. Inqtiiriier, with
much eajnnvw, shortly afterward, what in
the naino- ot limn was tho mutter with
the diildw&v we were eooly informed
The event ot the day was the coining
of the W. P. Ifctllithiy. About ten o'clock
yesterday morning tweofy-llve of our prnni-'
Inent people boarded tho Ariadne and
started up the Ohio to meet the new bout
They were Captain. W. P. Haliiday. John
ll.M.erly,IVW. Barclay, C. T. Itudd.J.
C. X.i miner, Judge Harker, V. B.(iillMtr
Walter McKoe, Roswdl Miller, W. I
Wright, James Johmton, Cap. Tom Shields
Jii'lg" IWker. F. H. Kt-hf, ' Juthr. jr,.,.nT
Dr. Dunning, CharlVs Pink, Kathew WaW,'
und (. D. WilliiiniAon. Abmtt thn.(, mi
hovo Montid City the I-ohi; m ,,,, Hl,(
SUNDAY MOKMKU, MARCH 0, 1879.
boarded by the entire party, who returned
to tho city on her. At noon, Captain Gould
had spread for his guests a most delicious
dinner of which the entire party partook.
There is nothing that we can say, that lias
not already been said of tho W. P. Halii
day, She is all that a stcamboatman can
desire, being a mammoth freight carrier,
and a spacious comfortable and beautiful
passenger boat. During the afternoon and
night not less than a thousand people paid
their respects to Captain Gould and his
boat. Last night a reception was held on
board, a large number of the intimate
friends of Captain Haliiday being present,
No one can think r.f the fiendish and
cold-blooded attempt to wreck the out go
ing passenger train, Friday night, without
a shudder. There was an unusual number
of passengers on board, including a number
of Indies and gentlemen from our own city.
When, a littlo after mindnight, the train
came in sight of ('ache bridge, "Dad" Lov
ett, the engineer in charge, saw a small
light on the bridge which he mistook for a
lantern; but upon nearingthe object he dis
covered, just in time to bring his train to a
halt on the very brink of the bridge, that
some villain had endeavored to fire the
cross-beams, and failing in that, had placed
a lot of timber on the track, expecting and
intending to wreck the train. But for the
careful lookout kept by the
engineer, the aim of the infernal devil who
placed tho obstruction upon the truck,
would have been accomplished the train
precipitated from the bridge and u score or
more of lives lost. For the monsters who
are proven guilty of such diabolical work,
human ingenuity has devised no mode of
torture that is sufficiently severe. The
axes and saws and harrows and glowing
brick kilns of the Jewish David, all at
once, would not meet the demands of the
At the recent meeting of the Tax:
payors' association, while the sanitary con
dition of the city was under discussion, Mr.
R. Fitzgerald introduced the following
resolutions which were uuanimeusly adopt
ed: "Resolved that the City Council be and
is hereby earnestly urged to proceed at
once to the work of putting the city in the
best possible sanitary condition, and prose
cute said work with a view of completing
the same before the advent of hot weather,
which Usually commences altout the 13th of
May; and resolved, further, that, an active
and efficient Health officer should be cm-
ployed, charged with the duty of super
viing the work, and to see to it that all the
streets and alley ways, onds and filth
holes, yards privies, out-houses, and other
places where filth may abound, be
thoroughly cleansed, and, if necessary, dis
infected; and that he also see to it that the
graves from which the belies of the
yellow fever dead were removed, be refill
ed." These resolutions suggest the whole
present duty ofthe City Council; but here
trie question arises, will that boJy aci upon
them? We shall see. Mr. Fitzgerrald's
resolution was followed by amotion by
Col. Wood, which every friend of Cairo will
regard with favor. It was to the effect fol
lowing: That the Executive committee
of the association, now composed of Col.
Taylor, R. W. Miller, E. W. Green, F. Dross
and R. Fitzgerald, invite from five to ten ot
the leading citizens of each ward to meet
them, at any convenient time, for the pur
pose of canvassing the propriety of organ
izing a Sanitary society to co-operate with
the City Council in case of necessity, in
protecting the city from any epidemic
that may threaten it, etc., and to
decide, generally, a to the best means to
be employed to meet present necessities as
well as those that may arise in
the future. This suggestion met the
heurty concurrence of every one of
the forty or fifty gentlemen present,
and there is a probability, at least, that it
will be acted upon. Certain it is that a
movement of this character would have an
assuring effect upon the people, and In the
event of sickness In the South, do more to
inspire confidence and quiet alarm than
any other agency that Could be employed,
And, in any event, noWly can object tn
a cleanly city, should we never have anoth
er f of sickness during our corporate
Uaiiim 'r !ot high prized to permit
them to suffer with Colic, Flatulence, etc..
when Dr. Bull's BnyV tyrup will at once
relieve them. Price 29 centu.-
Nkw Hosiery, White Goods, fable' Lin
ens, Napkins, Embroideries, Torchon and
Bretonne Laces Jnst received; all of which
tttt offered at our usually low and uniform
prices. Give us your trade and wo guarantee
good value for your money. Stuart.
INDIES MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
NKW uTWCRi and annual kinakciai.
The Lidfes Missionary society of tho
Presbyterian'1 church, held its annual moot
ing the flrsf Thursday In March. Tho
following ofliff'M were elected to serve tho
ensuing year: President, Mrs. A. Mackic;
Vice President, Mrs. C. C. E. Gos; Secre
tory, Mr. A. G. r;corgo; Treasurer, Mrs. F.
S. Kent. The retii-Tlig Treasurer, Mrs. E.
W, Lansden, read a 'statement of tho re
ceipt'' of tho society durlhg tho pnKt year
as follows :
Huc'd by initiation fees ......... $ 3 r0
Subscription Mhsion'y Magazines. 0 1)0
Roc'd by monthly due 7. . . . 80
Collfctoiw for iion-attenilnnco. . 4 85
Spwtid collections 13 31
TrJtat f 63 CO
For Tin Caino Rcllbtin.
A CONTKIBUTION TO OUU "SUNDAT BUDGET,"
THAT KMUODIK8 MUCH Olf THE VISIONAY
AND SOMKT1IINO OK THE I'HACTICAI..
Tho prejudice in the minds of many per
sons against anything new, is only counter
balanced by the amount of enthusiasm en
tertained in tho same minds for anything
old for everything old for the "good old
times of our ancestors, and their good old
customs aud habits," for old pictures, old
china, old books and old houses, and old
shoes. For this last mentioned aged article,
there is, even in tho minds of an otherwise
liberal enough people, a very remarkable
predilection and preference exhibited.
Why ! is not easily understood by the indi
vidual who is careful to secure a shoo that
fits; for this reason, that the well-fitting
shoe is as comfortable in its nalmv dnvs
while yet new and beautiful us any number
of years ot hard wear and scuffling around
can possibly make it. Unfortunate as it
may be deemed it is, nevertheless, true that
the larger number of earth's inhabitants are
so constituted that much of the joy ot their
lives as well as their miseries are dependent
In a great measure, upon trivialities; even
smaller thingsthan the fit of u shoe. Were
our minds are not overbalanced by secret
prejudices that we harbor and foster and
that so harbored and fostered grow with
our growth, and often, e'er we our
selves, are fully aware of it, have
gained a strength beyond our own, we
might, indeed, snap our fingers in the face
of little trouble, and keep ourselves for
ever braced up and fully prepared to en
counter any great trial that might await us
on life's journey, with a strong sense of
security in the kuowlege we possessed of
the firmness of our inlxrn strength.
The one person in this world that no one
need envy, however seemingly happily that
person may be situated, is the person who sees
not or heeds not the many sources aroun
him from which spring the little Joys in life
the little joys that poverty can not crush
out; that youth or old age has no power to
obliterate. The one jierson in this worl
never to be envied by any one, is the per
son who u waiting for happiness. He is
the poorest of God's creatures who can not
find it in every day and hour. Did any
one ever know a solitary soul on earth that
found happiness when happiness was the
one tiling sought'; No, no! Happiness
can not be bought ; can not be sold; we can
not find it ai we find material things, by-
digging and delving or plotting and plan
ing tor it; but we may, each and all of us
have it, if we will but accept it as it comes
in the little things in life.
The one person in life whom we
may well envy is the per
who accepts, with ready hand and grateful
heart, the tiny good things that come to
1dm. Who has cot known, ut omc time.,
one. of those happy souls The richest
of all God's children and the wisest,
however, simple in worldly wisdom these
people to whom no great joy has ever come
and who expect no great joy to ever
come. These people who look up and are
glad of the light of the stars, when there is
no moon in their heaven, nor tret them
when their sun is risen, in constant appre
hension of the cloud fll'tt Wily 'rise and
obscure It. That cloud, that : all know,
is tin.' darker for our apprehensions, and
that MBi uftT all, never cone. But, wh
that lives and has an eye for the trival
things in life, add i fare' for' the welfare of
his fellow kind can fltld hajjoncss, however
happily disposed, if when she steps abroad
her artistic eye is assailed aud affronted
and .though her eye her appreciative
sense of the fitness of things is outraged ;
her love of an observance ofthe proprieties
shocked, and her moral senses reduced from
a state of the strictest morality to a state
bordering closely upon the very verge of the
very immoral? And all this by observing
as all may observe, that our ladies, younu
and old, are subjected to the humiliating
appearance of having been put under ar -
... ... . m
re tnc moment tney s.!t foot on our streets;
and of being then and there, in the custody
of anything masculine that happens to be
the escort, and of being at the
disadvantage the weaker party usually is
underin like circumstances namely : being
walked off to the" calabooBe, a reluctant
prisoner, If anything cvef presents a more
perfect appearance of a stUbLwrb' toman irf
the grasp of a determined ofllcff 'hart the
rear view of one of our ladies as Klin ap
pears when her lover or husband or friend
has grabbed her by the urm and walked her
off', frat other thing must be Charley Arter
whetf he is compelled to cull help to hold
up tho'nfhcr side of some drunken rtU' l,
who wont go without force.
Oh, for llie "good old days of our grand
mothers" A!;cn x timid hand lying gently
upon n geliMeiiian's .Tmr, was all the sup
porta ladji-cquircdf What has hecome
of the sturdy' limbs- and fix suplo sure
footodncBS thatr cvcn otif own girls once
possessed? Itt'we the 'girls- of t!JP day in
deed, degottcrated to the extent of actually
needing tho rapport of n ' marline grasp
on their femln'oe arms in 'order to retain n
proper equilibrium? o'h, woe! is me, that
I should live to see it.' Shutout, oh eyes' of
mine, tins ugly vNon, and t.t lnP onto
nmc R DitEAM'fcii:
Nkw Spring i'MnN f,d New Styles Mt
Dress just open. d. SticwaiitV,
N ANi'KD- Ti . buy a light spring wfigpn
and a small low ,,,,,1 h, at Tun
BULLETIN o'l'en v. A llriM!rr. '
Quakkh Citv Fink Whitr Smuts.
am now offering a full lino of theso cele
brated shirts, guaranteed to be tho best fit-
ting and most perfectly made Shirt in the
US. 8eo our Dollar Uulauudrled Shirt
mado from genuine Wa'umstitta muslin and
very fiuest linen, Same goods made tu
measure and a perfect fit guaranteed or
money rotunded. at $4,50 per dozen extra.
C. R. Stuart,
Chowokd houses all last week at the
Theatre Comicpm where an excellent bill
was offered and highly enjoyed by the' au-
dieuce. The Catletts, Lew and Lulu, have
made a decided hit and will be retained
another week. Don't fail to see the new
bill for next week.
R. Jonks has on hand for the use of his
customers, tho very best leather and
material for fine and heavy bouts aud 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.
Foil Rust An excellent dwelling hou.se.
Inquire of Gko. Fisiikk.
Wanthd. Ten Coopers for slack work.
Mkmi-his, Oooj'Kkaok & Mk'o. Co.
Lobim.ahd'8 Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Iiorillard's Nickle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsmeyer's at fac
IUuhihih ro, Iu.isou, February 14, I'D.
Ala called mwtluj of tho Hrancb Ofllc of th
Widow and Orphan Mutual Aid Society of Cairo.
III.. at lUrrUburi?, 111., H II. Cildwall ar. a
elected to the offlcea of Secretary aud Tmuurer. to
911 tbt; vacancy cauned by tho rraivoalloa of K. M.
It l car!)etly drtlrvdbr the Hoard of Manage of
thin Hmurta Office, that all the former momtxm of
tula I fllce who are behind with their aeaemebU.
that they make Immediate payment to tbertctrcury
o that their policiea may b reluctated io thia the
rhrapeet and moat equitable Lifu lonurauc Co. on
The manager of the Home Office at Cairo. Illl
noli, bare lately made a eonalderahle reduction in
the annual aeniiirnu of thu tnenibera of thla a
aoclety aud It branche for the ciouliae thereof,
TaklnKr'hchlKhr limit or aeieument for annus!
expennea aa allowed by the conMtlutlon of the Wid
o aud Orphan Mutual Aid HoeJety of Cairo Illl
nola. (of which thla la a Rranch office i, It will sot
coatou a $l.iO policy more than from VM 06 to
?Mm for a term of all year, deprnda upon ae
naured. baaing a calculation on the utual estimated
per centuge of mortality; when In other Life luau
ranee t'ompanlea. like the Mutual of New York. 11
w ill cot on a fl.oou llf policy fur one year aioiie
i! TO to ti ii. according to the age ofthe loaur.-d,
illrii more thaa peruana of moderate clrcuni-
tanteacan pay. particularly now In thla time of
financial di'irvaa. Tlieaaine amount that other com
paniea w ill charge for one year aloua will earay you
In thu Widowa and Otpbane foralx yeara and more
There la no aafer or aounder aoclety than the W .
andt). M. A. H of Cairo Illinola. In enatenre; the
member of w bleb are not aaaeimed or taxed to help
toanpportany large salaried officer, or to build
largu aud cuatly office and building, no large
amount of mou (en accumulated for aoinc scoundrel
to eraherrle or ateal
In the W. and O. M. A. H. of Cairo, 111., the life,
policiea are all aafe. all death lie will be reitaja
to be paid to the benefii larle without any dlapate
or litigation of any kind on the part of lb company
It la a borne Inatltution. a poor man'., widow a and
orphan' Institution. None ao poor but what they
mar obtain a amall inatirance. Inveatlgatethe titan
audita working of thla the beat Inatllution of the
kind; pome, help u toawell it number. Inert
tta benefit and pe;furm vonrnuttr to ourwlf and
callurca. j w, A m li K'l.l.. Indent.
It. 1. tAIJjV JiLJ., .Secretary
ByTirtue of an execution In me directed, he th"
clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander County, in
the Mate of Illlnol. In favor of Wood Itittenhonae
andJoteph H l!lttenhoue, firm name of Wood
Klttenhnute A JSro . andag&inrt Mamuel K.Thomp
aon. John Mnnot and Kdward I' (.llnon. a part
ner conipoaitij the firm of !v K. Tbonon A Co..
I have levi.'d upon the follow ing described property
to-wlt: Lot tfiirtv one (11) and thirty-two Ctt). lu
block number.-d forty-eight (4S, In the city of Cairo.
County of Alexander and Mate of Illlnol. a the
propcrtv ofthe ald Kdward I'. Olaon. which I
thai! otter for r)r ut public veadneat tho Wenteriey
door ot th. Cuiit. llvJ. to the City of Cairo.
I'tranty of AUvr.oVr itti Msl of Illlnol. on tlie
5ta dav of April. (!:. at 11 o'clock a m.
Dated thia ei-htb day of March. A. I). 1879.
HmS DClHiiS. Hhertff.
gADDLEHY AND HARNESS SHOP.
In the old Lndwli & Beerwart stand, near tltr
Arab KngLne House.
18 prepared to do all klhd?work In hit line,
cbeeulr. eine!lrloulv &nrf lii a thorough work
manlike manner. He Invite pi tronage and guar-
1 anteea atifaction in every partU
I A" t'NI'AUALLELLEI) OKI
A FREE TEST TR IAL
Olt O.NK OV
HEALTH RESTORING t'APb
W'e will tend one of ottr TlEAI.Tlf RE8TOM
I Mi I'AUH to nny Invalid afflicted with Mter
Complnint, CHILLS and FKVKK, INltlMfctt.
TIOS, COSTlVr-NKMH, Nervou Ikrtcbe.
IyiepU. Nervou Debility and Impure. Mood.
If they will aend ti. their mitom and ad
Are. ancl agree to eend n $i,tw If It cffuctH
K cure to their entire Satisfaction, otheiwUe
there win he no charge. Wo will do thl to cou-
liic the' public of tho superior vulue aa a
Of OtK . PADS.
And Mini tliev :0rf a'l' tfo.' ' A IhNott'W
will tii.'i.iiiHaiily bo hilt, d In )Ui1ht. wc hnfn,
iiM-ri'iuri-, mi cur y ai'iroriitxm w lit hp Hinue, AU
dreax, Yef rtNpectfti'iy Youw,
una. w. KOKn' ,
17i Kim atredr Hm Innuti, Wilo,'
riiyslclittii peuk In Terms uf TratiC hi fitvor of tun
HEAjni paU .
, , . CiKoiNNATf, Juno !M, l7t).
Halng Iliad nmeoniderablo acquaintance witlJ
th operation of the ld, I can conclenciouvly
recommend It a an exeollent remedy in all tho dla
vve for which Dr. Forbcounel It nc.
Dtt. J. 1IAI.LOWKLL,
379 Otorge Street, Cincinnati.
What Key. Joseph Kmery, tho wull-known City
, , , , CiwciNNATr, Jnne 30, IRTft,1
Havin R had a lorxj avriiiitiiitanco with Dr. Korbea,
I am xatliMled that whatever be recommend he doe
ho conacicnclouKly, aud will Drove all they nromlHe.
rtKV: JOSKl'H KMUHY.
Extracts from a few nf thtr Manv Letters frcnacntly
One aay:-"I feel that your rod have taved my
life." Another Bay :-"Ynr Pad ha Juat roachtnl
mycaao. It hit entirely removerl my coatlvnnca
Hnd consentient Sick Headache." Another v rlte :
'Tone Pad intended atrlctly to btiHlne, and In
fhrty-ululit hiiiira I felt a weir aacvor." Another:
't eitrl'iid Iiiih cured menl' tliniouKiuwa nnd a tor
phi Liver. I am better thun I fme teen In twenty
yuHr." Still another h.v;-I hva endured all tho '
horror i;row Iiir out of a torpid L.v ami Dyppia
After nn'riK your pad all tlieai) lltt left me." On
niorut-'Mtavo uaed vour 1'iid wlttt perfectly atl
fuctory TMt, at:d i hui;rfnlly rf-ooiiirtctid them to