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UVTICUL PAPER OV ALEXANUKIt COl'NTY
M.H. Hitrrell, Kilitor,
SUPRKME JfUOE-ntlsT tilsTItlCT.
I b'r'by innoutir" inyse'.f a arLidttte v fore lh
p-opl'. at thr cDHUiim .linn' elvnion. in lh" First
Judicial Ditikt. lor tbu tff"' of ia- ol the su
rBie con rt . JUIIN 11. Mt'LKKY.
March -ilih 18T3.
LVlR Jt'UtiE OF THE C ilti't'IT COURT -r
FIRST. CI R'.'UIT.
W are anthorized to aunouni c that Hon. JAr
H. Wahhbirs. of Wllliaiuieiu nn!y. i" candi
Jt for the ofllce of t'in ult Judi;e. for the Firnt
cimiil. lubjett lo the decisiou of the Democrat ic
Judicial convntion to be held lu Cuiro on the t'h
Uy of Mav, 1S7J
TO THE DEMOCIiATS OK THE FlKST
Acting nnder a resolution adopted on
the 3d day of April, 1879, by the Demo
rat ic Judicial (Committee of the first cir
cuit, at a meeting held in Cairo, I do here
by call a delegate Convention of the Dem
ocrats of said circuit, to be held in Cairo,
Illinoii, on Tuesday the sixth day of May,
1879, at ten o'chxk, a. ni., for the purpose
of nominating three candidates for the of
fice of Circuit Judge, to he voted for at the
ensuing June election.
Under the bases of representation
adopted by the Committee of one delegate
for each two hundred votes and one dele-
gute ful cotlk frat.lion of Vrrr, liundnvl ot'.s
over one hundred, cast for the Tilden and
Hendricks electors, the counties composing
the circuit will each be entitled in the
imvention to the following number of
delegates, viz :
Alexander 'i Pope 4
Franklin 7 l'uhiski 4
Hardin H Saline 5
Jackson 10 Union 11
Johnson 4 Williamson sj
It is suggested that the Chairman of the
Democratic Central Committee of each
county call a convention for the purpose
of selecting delegates on Saturday the od
.lay of May, 1879. V. Y. Baku,
Chairman Judicial Committee.
April 4, 1879.
CoJiTKTiTiVK examinations ol Normal
nbools arc not provocative of increased good
feeling not much, they are not. The
Normal of Normal and the Normal of
Carbondalo tried it; and ever since the trial
the contestants, or their friends, have been
guilty of enough of verbal throat-cutting
to place "competitive examinations of
Normal schools'' in the list of horrors. We
take it that there will be no more of them
that the one at Carliondale wus the lirst
and will be the last.
CrARFiRLD, the threatcner of war, rapine
and oceans of human gore, if the Demo
cratic majority in Congress shall incor
porate in the general appropriation bill a
auction that will guarantee free elections
that will take the bayonet away from our
voting places this man has declared that
he will vote for the "section" it luiroducc-a
un a separate measure! The law that places
toldiers and U. H. Marshal's at
our polls ought to be repealed,
ays Mr. Garfield; but let mo warn you
Democrats that unless you repeal it
after a certain manner, you'll plunge the
country into the horrors of civil strife! As
a wparate measure, it might to become a
law; but saddled upon the appropriation
bill the President ought to veto it, right
ou measure as it is, when considered on
iU merits but if he does veto it
why, then, we hold you Demo
crate responsible for starving the army?
luto this sort of a strait has Mr. OarfMd,
as a Republican leader, brought himself,
And now, lest Republican renders of Tim
lit'i.LKTlN accuse us of misrepresentation,
wo ouote from the minutes of tin
proceedings of the Ilouse, on the
4 ih instant, as they are given by the Wash
ington agent of the associated pres who
is a Republican, and published ia the Chi-
TUP: DAILY CAIRO mnJ.KTlX: WEDNESDAY MQgyiyc;, AVUh
(;'" 'l''i,"",. f the 5tli -a icrognied Re
publican newspaper. Tho repeal of the
law in iiicstioii was under discussion. .Mr.
Tucker, ol'Vit., was on the flour, and turn
in;' to Movers. ;:irtii-ll ami llawhy, lie
. . i ..i i i..:.... l . c i il.'ri
inUU'cii : -itMiiu uiv in'iin.i iiwiii "
; and Conncciicul, vutc for the proposed re
i us ii sparnk' iifiiMiivf" Mr. Oar
i field's answer wis ipiick ami . n i-I v.-:
'I would vot-' to repeal these clau-cs .1
brought up separately
i uiiiiii' io .luui.i
Ami.kk in poliiii ians are, as a rule, dis
honest. Ifi Amriie.i hut little thought is
jriven to yets that hetiay polilieal dishon-
(.s(v, 1 i alise tlieir lreijiieney nav.; ifanieu ;
the people to look upon them as 'matter ol'j
. . . .. . i .... i i
i our.-e." To-dav we liml Kepuhlii'im nn in-
her, of .he .Pith .-..imr-ss denoum in- as
monstrous, as dainnahle, the very act ol
WMlelilliev. ineillsi ivrs wen; :;iiiiiy mnnili i
the past dozen of years. I luring the presi
ileney of Andrew .lohn.son, nieasnres nh-
noxious to the 1'ivsidi'iit were saddled upon
the appropriation hill- to enforce his sanc
tion; and two or mm of the men who wi re
then conspicuous in enforcing that style of
legislation, me ainonu the men who are to
day, most hitter and vindictive in denounc
ing it. They have effected a eomplete "flop"
- are lighting to-day, what they favored hut
vesterdav, and affect to l..lieve that the
American jieople close their eyes upon the
inconsistency of such conduct! Men mure
woefully mistaken never heforeplayed the
part of the demagogue, on the floors of the
Tu k better class of Southerners are b
coming alarmed at the frequency of mur
ders and assssinatious in their midst; and
Northern papers publish the details I'miad
cast that everybody may understand that life
is held to be of little value in many portions
of the late confederacy. And what is the
conclusion at which republican newspa
pers arrive, from a contemplation of the
state of affairs just indicated? It is, as the
Chicago Times terVly i states, that the
Kepublican candidate for constable, in some
northern city, ought to be elected over his
Democratic competitor! In Chicago, quite
recently, one Mr. Wright, who kept his
sacred lxxly farout of harm's way, conclud
ed that, because the people of the South
had been rebels, that he ought to be elected
Mayor of Chicago. The sensible people
of that city, sickened of such mischief
breeding appeals, turned our, and gave Mr.
Wright to understand that he, nor "any
other man," could Mayor Chicago while
striving to prolong or revive the hates and
bitternesses of fourteen years ago. Ii was
a rebuke that aspiring Chicngoan will be
i very apt to fccp in memory.
AN INVISIBLE PRINCE.
A STORY OF THE TIMK OK f()s'KI'II Til I-
O.M), OK AfsTIllA.
It was one of the fancies of Joseph II..
emperor of Austria, to travel about hi
dominions, as well as into foreign countne,
in the garb ef a private citizen, unattended
by any suite. By so doing, he arrived ;.t
many facts regarding the condition of his
subject which otluu wis- might never have
fallen under his observation. His love for
adventure was also gratified, and he en
joyed greatly the luxury of doing good by
surprise, an eccentricity of his out of whic.fi
many anecdotes have arisen.
While traveling thiough a remote dis.
tnct in the year IS 1 , hn heard sounds ot
fcctivitv proceeding frmu a roadside inn,
entering which he eLijuired of the landlord
what the occasion of the n veN might
"There is a wedding party in th" house,
sir," replied the host.
"Can I take the liberty of joining them !"
asked the Emperor, whose personal appear
ance was unknown to the inhabitants of tin;
plane for the modern carte de visite had
not yet been dreamed of, and engravings
but seldom found tlieir way to the remote
The landlord obtained the necessary per
mission, and the distinguished stranger was
introduced to the bridal party. Being a
man of great social gifts, he quickly made
himself vety popular with them, drank the
health of the happy couple in a burner of
wine, and made what reporters call a "neat
ami appropriate speech" on the occasion.
After some time he took leave of his new
acquaintances, whose astonishment may be
guessed at when they found under a bottle
on the table, a check for six hundred florins,
payable at sight, signed by the Emperor
Joseph II., and indorsed "A dower for the
Tntveilng -in oU'ui rarrinun on one oc
casion, upon the good, old-fashioned princi
ple called "posting" that is, hiring fresh
horses at certain stages by the way- the
emperor arrived at a station where no'horses
were to be had. The inn-keeper excused
himself by saying that his wife had lately
presented him with a son, and that all his
horses were employed in fetching friends
ami relatives ol tlie family from all quar
ters, to assist in the christening which was
to take place -that afternoon. The royal
visitor at once tendered his services to hold
the infant at the sacred font, an offer which
was gladly accepted by the lMi-kceder, who
was quite flattered at the idea of a line
gentleman acting in this capacity for him.
instead of the burly bumpkin a relative of
the family -whi had been already engaged
todnso. When the proper time arrived,
the priest asked the sponsor
to state his name. "Joseph," re
plied the emperor. "And vour fam
ily name!" "Well," said the emperor,
"you may write me down Joseph Second"
UH..1 I. .. Ill I .
mu u win ot- necessary to add vour sta
tion in life and occupation." "Ah, yes! my
trade you mean; say I am an emperor,
then." There was a sensation at this
among the guests, and the poor innkeeper
nearly went into a fit through fright; but
tut) emperor quickly reassured him, and
left some substantial token of g,K)d-ill
for liis liltlegod " ,"'l'"r,! ,i,liinK :,'"V(''
m:o In; was -.p.'i-t-i to pass through a
small town in J'r.iiu c, ami the good people
were on tiptoe to sec the i:in)i!ror. It so
happened that Ii'' arrived there alone, ami
before an v 'if his suite,
Tlio landlady f tin; little hostolric wlnn
M'put up, iicur,' a oi'"i son in ino
i . . ! i i
! holly, put all sort of questions to Ininto liml i
iM'loii'o.il id tin
ami tin; way in ;
naivicl tli'Mii r.ouvincnd liur that !
At last, as h,. hroufjht him some
. ., i, ... . i.ivinir. iiiiii i I- to ciinti'ii ii r
curiosiiv a, iv ioiio-,.r, 1 1 1 ; asked the 8tranT
I I MI , what Kind of a situation he third
tlxtiit ilifi laiii" roi ; "I soinetiiurs shav
tout the hniiieroi "1 soinctimes shave .
him," replied he, latlutriii'j; Ins chin w u.Ji
..i,..: , onmosim. " I
1 . , .. . . !
hen at Tans, he oiiec Inreil ! ran i ie
to take hilll to tin- I.UXeml.our'' yard. us ,
, , .. i I
As he was on his way, l.io driver e.spiv.ssed
niUell satisfaction at liciny flltjayed to go l
there, saying that the Vah nr Josrpli wa
existed to lie at the Cardens that verv
dav, and that he should like iihove all
tilings to see him, hoping that they in-lit
uumr in mite, i uu ir,uii;er .issiireo mm
there was no fear of the Emporer arrivin
there before they did, and, on being set
down at the gate, handed him a piece of
money, rolled up in paper, On opeuiiu
the wrapper, the driver found that lie had
received a double louis, and running after
the stranger, showed it to him, baying that
he must have made a mistake. Ph ased
with that proof of honesty in a man whose
calling is not usually named in connection
with that virtue, the Kmporer lirel him to
keep the golden coin, and the nan, struck
with surprife, tor many of tl' passers-by
now recognized and saluted the stranger,
went back to his carriage, exclaiming "It's
the emporer hinwlf ; I've s'en the empor
Wandering in the nieglborhood ol Itoine
once, the Empofi-r stoppid to refresh him
self at an inn, and a-knl the landlord
whether there was airy traveler staying
there at the tine who would give him the
pleasure of has company. There w as a rev
criTui bishop de-rc. the landlady said, but
he was latigmtl with li is journey, and had
retired to rest,' The secretary of the bish
op was awake, however; would his company
be accepted; tl(i' secretary was intro
duced a elevir. vitiy man, win partook
of a bottle of v inc. with the lonely stranger
and entertained bin greately with his talk.
The emperor, still 'persevering his incog
nito, so unded the food priest with regard
to the object of hisbishop's visit to the ho
ly see. "He went ti re," replied the secre
tary, "to apply fori vacant benefice, al
though a very agedman. and already in
pose.-sion of numeuvs church perfenneiits.
This gift he hoped obtain through the
offices of the Austria! Ambassador, to whom
he had letters of reomiiiemlatiiin." Tin; em
porer was so much pcascd with the man
ners and conversation ot tin- secre tary that
he gave him a letter t' introduction to th"
same ambassador, why, he said, might be
abie to serve him in lie way or another,
Shortly after his arri'ttl at Home, the secre
tary bethought him ol his letter, and pre
sented it, witlntit imagining, howver. that
it would be of imntediite service to lurj.
d'reat was his surprise, then, when inform
ed by the ambassador tout the letter wus an
autograph one of Joseph I., desiring him
to obtain for the secMary the benefice
sought for the avaricious bishop.
A rebuff, at whic'i the emperor was much
anuised, was one experienced by him in
Holland. Having heard shout the extreme
clei.nlines of the villagers in that country,
he vished to see the interior of one of their
homes, at the doors oj' several which he
knocked, without teeming to arouse any
oi't'.e inmates. At last a diwr was opened
to him. and he reijr.ested p'iriilisMon of the
master of the hense to enter. "I hear that
Emperor Joseph is expected in the town,
to day," said the Dutchman, "but were you
the emp'T'H Inn. self, I could not let you in
side this house wi'.hctt first obtaining
leave from my wife.'' I am tin; emperor
then." said the stranger displaying the dia
mond star on the brea-i ot his inner cost.
Thereupon the Dutchman went in gn at
ha-te to his wife, and h gged her to admit
the royal stranger to a.iew of the premises
but she only said: "B ing an emperor, a
he is. we could not exp et him to take oft
his shoes at the door aid in this house he
doesn't came one st-p .vith th'-tu on, em-
prior nrn it," and the loorwas shut in his
face New York Nevs.
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pi m lli '-tl iin-illriii" fur lliirlyvn
Sirn: I have
lliirlv vrar. aiel liavo
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u-nl ev. rviiiiiiLt in tin maieriu medlru w i 1 1 nt auv
P'TImuiii-iii rrlii-r. iimil Dually I a iiuliu -it lo Irv
a pHiriit m-illriiM' (i.iii.-tliiiii: thutwralloplmlloKU
are Y.-ry Imb to d.ii. I trim nud UiY"r tbTB
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lii tin1 Ii Her. ill. il inn hpv lii av Imve Inula iir-
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a hBppv ronililninlou lot the enre of ihat mi.i un
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Of Dr 1) V i.niy .1 Son . I'hysiiiaii ami
liruu'isls. Mu-i atlue, oa.
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Tlie value of thi remedy must not ', overlooked
in tl.e cure ol tho'n
NYMI'ATHKTir DISH ASKS,
vrlei lliiiisof til" F.ye. Kar.Tl.roal. I.tins.-anil I'.roii
c iial Tubr v. hii h in many awn aerompuny a se
vere ease of l'-iiarrh . Thr inflamed inul ili-i-ino'd
eeridilioll of the lnlleoiii' IinMiilitalie in the eailae of
nil lhei-e trouMer; ami until the vystrm bus been
hrniitflit liMpetlv under the Influence of the ItAlil
i 'AL i I UK. perfret lieedom troin them cannot be
It i but'thrrc vrar "ince SANFOUD'S RADICAL
CURB was placed bclore the piililie. but in that
cliort lime il ha found it uv from Maine to Cali
fornia, and In everywhere acfcnowleiluerj bv dne.'
Uicln and plivi. iunH lo he tlie moid iii'ci-aful prep
aration for the thorough treatment of Catarrh ever
roitioandeil. The l.icl will be deemed of more im
portance when it i coupled, with llieniateiiH'iit thai
within fiv rarn out different remerliea forCa
lanh have been placed on Mtli-.aad lo dav. with one
or two evi eplii ii.. their nume raniiut be recalled
bv the best infoimel driiL-i;it, Adv.-rticiiis may
succeed in forelllL' a few sales, but utile. n the reme
dy piMU'Hh nndoiiliii d (.pecirle medical projieriiea. it
i ubroliitely cei'mu lo (all into Merited otinct'.iily.
F.iu h parka-.' (Jf s INKOHD'S ItAUK! L (T KK
rolilaitiB Dr. Sanford'n Imptou'd liihaliii ' l ube.
.. in, r.,o a;. i.... .:..'.:.! s
....ii iuii Mil.-, '.inn- ii ir iis use jn an i hs. s i rue
$1.00. Sold by ali whole-ale and r-lail i!tie.'isi
atid dealers tlirntiL'lioti' Hie I'ntted Sim h nun i an-
adas. WKKKS ,fc I'liriKIt, loiiiml A2fi,t and
W holeriile lm'isis. lio-ton. Muhs.
IS SIMPLY WONDERFUL
KisosTos. Miss , i
April. -.11. 1ST7.
I cnnsidi i C Ol.I.l.NH' Yoi.t Ml
I't HTH! the best phister I ever sa .
i.uil mi! r'-eumnii'iidica' them to all.
lime. Im.., i
April 18. 1K77. (
Il h done my bov mure good
than all other niri!irliic He no
ifo' to w hool. for ihe lirst time in
KLIZA .JANE Dl'l FillLD.
Kmia. Ji.i. .
April, i", 1ST7.
I like the one I pot well. They
ft'e ihe hi at plasters, no doubt, in
the world, s. L. .McILL.
Ami loiova. Mo.. 1
Marrh ta. is;:.
er pt mv thanka for the em id
drrned Irnru the lo COLLI N s
I'LAsTKR.s nent me ikiuih time
ajo W. c.MooRK.
COLLIN'S VOLTAIC I'LASTEKS
lur local paina, tami-ne, ornii'. weanms.
u;mbneii. and infatuation of the Iuiil's. Uvi r. kid
inK. aplei n. bow"s. bladder, heart, and muie li;., is
equal to un army ol doctor and a'Tcs. of plants aud
Dcien. ;j r, vn i k.
sold by all Wholesale and Retail DruL-iri-t
throiihotit tin- I'niteri StuteH and Canada, and by
W hhKS i, ro'lTKR, I'mprirloi-, R-j-ion, Alasa
HUCF. OF FINAL SKTTI.E.MKNT.
i -r atk or MIU.IAW hiui kkn, n:ns ri.
s:ate uf Illinois, Alexandcrruunty. .
To ih" heirs and creditor of said estate:
l ot! i.re hep-hy nuiiileil that on Tuesday, the f.'nd
wif April. 1S7H. the ad m in let rati ix of r'uid mtatt',
will presi-tit to the cwtinty court of Ab-xaiid'T
na.ii';,-. ut euro, I liiuoiH, her final report of
ler ar's nnl iluinya ai such ailmiiiislratrit.
lu.d k'W the conn to be Ulsrhartjed from any
nud all further dntn-a and responsibilities connect
ed with saidestate. and her administration thereof,
ut which lime and plan, you maybe present and
rcs..n such application if wet i house mi to do.
tormcrly Caroline Riuckcn, Administratrix
Ily virlU" nfa p"rial execution lo me dim i-ii, by
lie ceTkoI'lbe Circuit Court of Ale-,andet I ounty. in
the State of Illinois, j,: favor f Wood Riltetamtise
and Joseph II. Riueiihuime, as partners
romposiuu Ihi) firm of Wood HiUenliou-e
A. liro . aud against Stniuel F.. Thump
con. John Sinnot and Kdwurd 1'. Cilson. as part
ners I'oiiiponilig Ihe Arm of S. I'.. Thompson 4 Co..
I rhall offer for rain al public vendue at th westerley
door of Ihe Court Ilouse. in the City of C airo,
( oi.ic.v of Ah .Minder and State of Illinois, on the
TRNTII DAY OK AI'RIL, A. I). 1H7S.
lit 11 o'clock a. m.. the followlni; described property
to .vii: Lots ntnnbered thirty one ell) aud thirty
two i.). in block numbered forty-eiabt Hm, m the
city ol Cairo, county of Alexander and Stale of
Illinois, heretofore levied upon bymeaslhe prop
erty of Kdward 1'. lliUou. under a writ ol attach
in oil Issued out of paid Circuit C ourt at the in.
stance ,f said RillenhoUau ii llro., against aaid s,
K.ThoinpNun A Co.
Dated this lilii day of March, A. I) WJ.
JOHN HORUK.S. Slieiifl'.
JORKCLOHURK OK MORTHAOK
state or Illinois, I Circuit Court or Alexander
County of Alexander I County. .May term A. 1). IST'J.
J'cler Kobler vs. unknown heirs of William Kb Ins.
Forecloaiirc of morlaie. In chanrcry.
Affidavit having hewn Hied In thnofllr.it of the
clerk of aaid circuit court of Alexander eounlv that
the above named dcfriidanl. the In Ira of W llliain
Fillers, dereased. on line and careful Inqtitry can
not he found, notice la hereby rjlvcn In the aiild de
frndants. tiiat the coiiiplainant tiled hi bill of
complaint in aaid court on Oierbanccry aide then wf
on the Mint day of Marrh, A. D. IsTtl, and that a
Hiiinnmus thereupmi Issued out of aaid court ngii i tint
aid defeiidaiita, returnable on the third Maiiuay of
Mav. A. D. lHTd, aa la by law required.
Now. therefore, nnliva yon, the aaid unknown
heirs of William Killers, deceased, shall personally
be ami uppear before the said circuit comt of Alex
ander coutilyon the firet day of Ihn next term there
of, to beholden at thti court bouse In Ihe cllv of
Cairo. In salil comity, on thn third Monday of Mav.
A. D. lHltl. and plead, answer or demur tu tin said
complainant's bill of complaint, thn same, and the
mailers and Uiliius therein charged and slated, will
be taken as confessed, and u decreo entered analnsl
ton aicoidlnn to the praver of aaid bill .
.lollN A. RKIIVK. ('Ink.
(.IMlK'.i: risllKIt, Complainant's solicitor.
Cairo, III,. March Hist, A. D. IK9.
DYKIMJ AND IIENOVATIXO.
yOUU OLD CLOTHES
can as nsAi-rinixr
UVKD OH JtKPAlKKl)
At a Trilling Kxpmse-C. 0. 1).
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
fy Ladlci atd Oenti' old bM made cow
LKXANDKU COUNTV HANK,
Coimuerciiil Avenue and Eight li SI runt,
il KM CURS:
P. HIIOSS, I'resid-iit.
I'. NKFK, Vire-I'ii'milcnl,
H. WKLI.S. Cashier.
'i J. KKRTU. Ahlstant Cashier.
0 .,lr' v' J''1''0: William Klti'.v. Cairo;
1 ' tiir Ni ft. Cairo; IVilliuin Wolf. Cairo;
V, Ostrrl.ili, . I. Ilillinu'slev. SI. Lou in;
ein J' V' Clcuison, C aledonia.
C him. O I'litu-r,
1 UKNKRAl. IIANKIN. i RfhlNKSS DON K. Kv
1 rham-ehoM mid bought. Inr.-r -t paid In the
Savini;- liepartment. l ollcctl,,,,, uisi1b nud n
huclncmi iroiiiiJy alicnded lo.
JNTEIU'UISE SA VINOS BANK,
ciiiirinnl March :J1, 1'.).
OKHCh IS CITY NATIONAL BANK,
( '.tiro, Illinois.
IN'I KRKsTpaid on ilepnnin Van h In and Sep
tember 1st. Iiitrrent nut withdrawn i added liu
tiieitlately I the principal of the depiKiiN. thereby
tricing tbi-m ronipouttd oi r-t.
('liililrMi and itianinl wniuen niy ileposti
iiKmey ami mi one i lnc ran draw it.
WALTER llVSLOl'. TiiKAstHK.it.
rIIE (A TV NATIONAL BANK,
'airo, J Uiiiois.
, . , , , , . ,
8 1 O 0 ,000
W. P. II M.I.IDAY, I'rriit.
H L. HAI.I.1DAY. Vice I'rsidrji'
WALTKR IIYSl.nl, Cthbier.
. P. HAI.I.innY,
U. R LCkSlKl.liill.
J hi m;v l. iiAi.!jur,
I O. U. WII.I.UKsiiN,
Exi hang-e, Coin and I'nited States BomN
IJOI I.IIT AND SOLI).
Dnpoaita rei "ivi'd irA a seneral bankiu,; bniue
MITLAL All) SOCIKTV.
SlBSTMI fE FOR LIFE i.nmi:
A ME COMPANIES.
WIDOWS' & OHIMIANS
Mutual Aid Society.
Orianirctl .Inly Mth, 1 "77. Inder the Lame I
Ihe Stale of Illinois. I'niiyricliipii July
W, 1H7T. iimli r A' t ol Con;rcs.
OKI' K 'KIJS:
WILLIAM STRATTON. I'm sii.Kvr.
Mm. I'. A. TAYLOR.
.1. A. OOl.DSTI.NK.
Da. .1. .1. CiOIUiOX.
Vii k I'iiksiiifs r.
M hij. Anvisoii.
110MU) OK MA.SAiil.ns:
I .1 .OOlliloS. I'hvsi, inn Cairo Ii
.Viis. I'. A.TAYLOR. Superintendent of
SrhinU, Alexander t'ouutv
Mrs. F. I . FOItli. Variety Mr'ai ket Sloic.
.1. A. OOI.DslTNK. or li.iiilstiii" A-lo
senwntei-, W hulesale and ItetH'.l Dealers
In S'.aple and Khiicv Dry lioods ....
N. It. Tllls'lT.KvvoiiD. ot llinkle i
Thisllenood. Commii "inii .Vletcliants,
Cotton and Tnbaeco Factors.
S. D. A W.lis, ni Ayeif x Co,, Commis
si. in Merehaiiis
THOMAS I.KWIS. Insieaiiie Manager
and .Milliner at Law
WM. STIHrroX.of Strallon A Bird,
OIIO. M. AI.DKN. Comiiiissiti Mei-
chaiil, TS Ohio I.eree ..
J AS. 8. L'KAKDKS. Agent Mississippi
Valley Transportation I'ompaiiv
HARRISON IlOLT-l, Watchmaker aud
CIIAS. IS. hTI.'ART, Wholesale aud lie
tail Drv Cioods and Notions
FDWAR'l) A. IU'DKIt, .Manufacturing
Jewuler and Wholesale Dealer iu
Watchmaker' Trail and Material..,,
EDWIN It. KliNKW, Proprietor St
II AZKN LKUiHTo.N. Comiuis-iou Mer
Dr. KDWARD R. ROK. U. S. Marshai
Hoiilhern District Illinois sprinL'lielil Ills
Mrs. S. A. A Y Kits v n ln,i . .' .1 '
Dr. IS. ' Vf. -,1' ' 1 :j ' Indianapolis', Ind
.IAS. M Cfhl.Arl, Real Kstate
i, 'lr7.;v,'i v''.-."V'Ki',,k'k. lows.
ui I yir.i.ois. .ii!tiioi,
r " Il'-'i" t'i' v. ' ' V Otand Jui.riloii, t,.
J. It. UILI.KT MurUinut Merldan Mis
rMIE CHEAT EX0LISH BK.MEDV I
t.. M.,,,"'l,",:;i,1y ri''""'-
I n w t m n l. n.. ,.(. I ... .
" "a uie
Tailing cure fur
potcucv, nud a
disease that f.
low lis a se'iui'in i!
oil seirahllse; as
I' ni' Men,,,,.,.
Boforo TakinnJ,',"?! ',!! After Takinp-.
Hack. Dimness ,,r ii, ,'. v . . " "! .
s,,,l .,,..,, ,i I , isikii, i re niaiure mi nm,
1 iu ,'! ""I'1 ' " uses that lead ,u insanity. Con
i un , and I'rrmaiure drave, all nf which a. a
n . i ir . , rl ''"!" ,IV d-vlitllnjr from the path ol
lit re and over ludul'vue-. The Siiecillc Medicine
.Jt..V.J','?,,U "' lir'' "'"'lyinid many yours of ia
K m f H Itv-Hlli,,, u,,,,,. !,,.,, ,l)Hl.HHeH.
Mill liarllniliiis In P pmnphleis, hiih wude
"If , lo send rree liy nuill to every one.
I lie SperlSc Medlcliif Is sold bv nil elriiKiclslK HI
J' P'T packai:e. Iir six packages fur HA, or he
'em by mail on r Ipt ol the moncv l'.v aildfelii(i
Til K OIIAV MKDICINK CO.,
.u., , .N"' Mechniiir s Block, DsrHorr. Mini.
tW-Nold In Cairo. 111., by Paw. O, Scuuu, and ;
THE HAII.V lin.M.TIN.
;iTrnTr jrp.:'j'll VKAll.
Thr Cairo Drib i ii certs upnu il
leiiih vi a r wl'h a i oinlilete in w
uun, l Mid a (let, i in,, in! inn to mull"
1' I c all resin , is y.iii'l. v I lie r uenoi i
of lis pa I j ui,h.
I'tibli'slii'd F.M'py Mon;i:i;r,
VO.'.DAV, J , jj.-j 1-U
jU t !, Hhi l l!
Lot AL LV'K.NTs
A A A
of siirh i ta aeter an I: to
prove ihe njual of the i b, ui
AAA AAA 'l''tul OLT lUIiteu.pg;a.!'
I JI K JtlJJ.l.K l j N
"ill. as It hrs alw.i , s r.nr., . i vm a,e
the prin, i,ies nf me 1), nils ,-a'i, j i.r
I). Loldilig that th' y etnbndv the m.ly
principle, upon wtii,:a a epubitew,
.'hm ruun nt can be adni:uiti ini.
, While avow il flhis purpose, it is not
I I I T I I I rot.vev ll:C lijea tlj'Jt ',
j.iw.i.i.i.i. paper will uphold ihe par'y nM r.r
wrung. 'Hi at which it bej. y.-s o b
Y'VY- T-c-i- R "ill di uoioirr, lead, ss,v,
ill 1 1 1 hewing to the u.r. :,rj: 'lr :
yy yy Un-' ibecblps l,.ll where th r,ht '
I'ui as a sair. so inn! utd i s.'t
1 1 D' n.o. ratic pap.-r. ci,n. '. 1. 1 I
yy sure hniiestly . i.ir.iri'i.u :I '. i u
yyy piiCk;e ol DiiLji:nts
SL UM UIBK AT ON. K.
sL JiscRii;, at o.Nt u.
SCBSCRIBM AT ONCE.
SLBSCHIBi; ATOM E.
SI BSCJUBK AT ONCL.
mbs j:ibi: AT ONCK.
jThe jViiilv Iiillrtin
it serveil o ci; t .-, i Sy ,m.
riematTWKNtY FIXKi K.STS pi r
i k, payable we.-a y
! Ily mail i in ada't,(r: one vii.
. I'.U; six months. th.ei nmi. t,.
Ii J. jCI, OLe Dl0llth.fi. 1'usts ' Irei.
LI.LLLI.L I , ,
I AiiV('Hi.iti Dili..
First iiih. r.niti, per s(i -e
r r I Suh.,.qUl.,lt 11,.,-fti,,,,,
Fur one wei k, p. r Miiarr
L For two weeks, per Mjuar"
For Hit"' weeks, pi r s(j,i;ire
' . Fur one miiLth. per Mjuurs
I. I. ti-b additional sijLiu'
l.I.l.I.I.I.b ... ., .
Mgnt iu.i of nor.j.tr .1 ,i, ,.,
.''i'i,siuu;r a iMa:-'.
VT'I l'l"l P ' '""I'yd adw riis. Di t.ts w.li t
r.l.l.I.J',1.1'. jrhargul Hifo-ding tu the spu, r, a'
V. K 'vbove lad s 'h' re h mg tm-ivi- htf,
I'FI'F lvl"' ,u ll" ir'r"
' , . I To regular advertiser w (ifl. r . i,.
K K perior iudurrini'tits. bcith as tu ni'..
I.' L' yy yyy o' charges und miii.rn i of Ue:,iav:e"
, Nnt'res Inlo'al ro'innn : , 1
m ''r,,r Iw' tity crms per !n,e first r i
llll tlnti; tel. cents p' r lllr lor cvli riib
X X T ""''ll!,,,Jt i r.- rt :. .ii .
.-pecial Millers .Cu rled lor t' li
Iri'iits per liiiu lor K-si inserlbm ; ivu
crcis mr t-ai li sci.iu, lit
; ui, .
I .Milires ut dealt
hCU ll.O.r.JL'' i
twenty n ri pi" line.
All IiiiT Kini ami ininmnnii a:loi a
sioi.ld he KoiirrsM.d to
Tin.' Cairo JJullc.-tin
N'N N N
N N N
K- A HI RNKTT.i.rn-: , Manager
tN L NPAKALLKLLBI) (I'i i;;.
A FIiKH TKST TKIAL
ni ONK OF
HEALTH 'IlESTOUX(i PADS
Wr will send one nf our 11K.U.TH l.'KsTOR
IM; PADS in any Invalid utt'lried with liver
complaint. CHILLS and IF. VI lit, INDIc.FS
I lo.N, OSTIVENESS. N,.rv Headache
Dyspepsia. Nervous Dibllliv ami Impure lliood'
II ihry will Mini tis iln ir s.n,pii,n,s and ad-'
dress and agree lo srnd as J.'.ou t efiv.t,,
a ciife to their entire sallsla, tu,M. u!,.,w,s,i
there will be no i hargc. W r mil do Un- to eon
villi the public of the up"iior value lis ii
Anil that they will do all wr sav As IhiscfVi-
ill n ssnrily he liiultiil In numbir. wehoe
thetrforr, an early application will be made, W
dims, ery l(esicctfiillv c,ur,
1 - I'-'iii siiret, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Physicians speak In T .ruin of I'rnlsc In !iV,h of the
Cincivn ti. .Inn,. ..is. K;()
Having had sonir considerable at iiiniii' iinri- with
tlie iipriniion ol' the pad, I can ciiiicl. ncloiisiy
recommend iins uu excellvitt reninh lu Ml nlv
eases I'm which Dr. Forlie counsels Its n.e
Dlt. J. IIALI.Owkl J,
vrnOiorgr Slierl.clni lnnall.
Wlnil R, v. Josrt'lt Emery, the Mcli knmiu c'lv
, , , '''sciN.NATi.ilunnyi, a.
I In v In j had a long acquaintance with Dr Forbes
I am sallsilcd thai whatever herecinini, i. y.. a. ' '
so eunscleiiclously, aim will prore l t.y prnuil,,.
nt'.v . ilOShTH KMKKY
Exiia. in Irom a fcy ol th,, Many Letlns 1'ivuiu.uilv
One snys:-"I feel ihut vour l',i. l,.v. .,....i ....
Ilftv" Aiiolliers!iv:-"V.ins .,..i i. .." il ' .
my case. Il has eiilirclv .. ,. ,.l"' ' '.TJ . , ' m ,K"
Hiidro.i-eiiueill Kirk llriiduihr.'' At'ioH, T . , ri'
"olir Pud iillriidcd slrlrtlv to business an. l
loriynlglii hours felt . .,; " . ,'r. '' A, , ,!'
"Your Pud hiisp.ircd i,,., ,,r mm ..'""""
i.ii..s i ., i...n... .,. . ' ""':'" rB lor.
.'.... .. L.i . "V"" ' ciacvDeen t iui ntv
vesss ' u.lllu,...il...... " ' ." ' - i iwciny
1,0,,'or. ouiy;, , x'a:
ai all tbo
laclory ie.t.l.a. and 'chZZ '
Rh perfectly iutia-
Jj ., - -....i.j ivvumiliu lUl'UI l