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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, HSO.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
K. A. Unrnett,
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"E. A. Burnett. Cairo, lliinoU
.,nly Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
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. molAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER CorSTY.
It seems to the Chicago News that noth
ing in tins wide world would teach Eng
land how to treat Ireland decently half so
veil as about two hundred thousand or
three hundred thousand Irish peasant each
peasant carrying a musket and forty
rounds of ammunition.
Hl'soek and cold weather lire playing
havoc with the people of Silesia. Hun
dreds have died of actual starvation or of
the hunger-typhus, which is caused by in
sufficient nourishment. The unusually se
vere winter following a partial failure of
tlfe potato crop is the immediate cause of
the distress, but back of that there is
heavy, taxation, the daily evictions of an
arbitrary government which maintains a
standing army of lazy. inltnt and dom
The .'.sse&eurs of the city i.f New York
v Jae t!ie property there for this year at
t3Vs3.4i: more thin last year. 'mce the
last valuation a very large number of
buildings have Win erected, and mtmy im
provements have been made. It is doubt
ful, however, if this incieaie has been alto
gether brought around by new buildings
tnd improvement. It is more than prob
able that there has been an increase in the
the value of property in many parts of the
It is asserted that Edison will not get a
patent for his carbonized paper horse-shoe
.lamp without a contest. It is claimed by
persons who are interested in the lamp in
vented by pTof. Sawyer that there is coth
iig new in the carbon arc, and that it was
used in the Sawyer lamp nearly two years
ago. They have filed an application for an
interference, and have also forwarded to
the patent office one of the Sawyer lamps.
Tliero are reasonable grounds for believing,
therefore, that the question, as to whether
or not Edison has invented anything new
will soon be determined.
At the time of the accident to the rail
Toad bridge across the Tay, by which three
hundred lives were lost, the wind was blow
ing at the rate of seventy-two miles per
hoar, equal to a pressure of forty pounds on
the square foot. According to a statement
made by Mr. 'William Tallack, of the How
ard wociatiim of Glasgow, the r&Uway ot
Hciale must have long ago felt the danger
of winding trains across in such a gale.
Mr. Tallack says that in the autumn of last
year a relative of his was crossing in a train
during a storm, and the lady states that
the passengers were requested to open the
carriage windows, so as to offer as little re
sistance as possible to the wind, and they
did so, meanwhile crouching beneath the
eati. If, therefore, the officials knew the
daagulast year, it is incomprehensible
iw they should have been oblivious of it
1 that fatal Sunday, and this is by no
means the least important point toward
which the investigation into the causes of
this dreadful disaster will have to be di
rected. Pkkbaps America was cutertaining an
angel, or something, unawares. Murcell, of
Jlochdale, England, went unheeded here,
but ho is a great man at Rochdale a Bri
ton and minister of the gtupul, who, bar
in; fislted Chicago, harried to Canada
aod pressed his lips to the image of Vic
toria upon the postage stamp, and was not
iishamcd to confess it among his ndieal
countrymen." Mursell linn got hack to
Kor.hdalc and is telling all about us. The
obji'clion to the American steamer was its
greasy waiter -"who exercised manhood
Miflrngu iu the sense of one man being as
good as another to a disgusting extreme,
anil ought to be kept in the Zoological gar
dens amongst the skunks and polecats."
The sentiment is an admirable one for a
Christian miniver !o utter. Hut If Mursell
luitesthe waiter, it's grutilying to know that
he's no longer prejudiced against the negro.
'The politeness, grace, ami gentleness of
the average negro was a graceful relief fiom
the coarse and supercilious nonehahancc of
the typical Yankee, whose great character
istic was his utter want of sensitiveness mid
generous regard for the feelings of others
which was looked for as the remit of breed
ing and culture, and which was the inborn
grace of the poor negro, whom the Yankee
had crushed for ages, and whom he
despised stiil." None of his llochdalo
friends seem to have suggested to Mursell
that lie has wiitten himselt down what
Dogberry desired to be writteu.
The Vi:m.-Knowx Sroinius, IIakisy
Hamilton. West 3lst street, N. Y., did
not believe n rimrbone could be cured until
he used Ciles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia.
and now cures Spavins, Splints, and
thoromrhnins by its use. Sold bv nil drug
gists. Send for pamphlet, tides' Pills cures
Dyspepsia. Dh Giles.
10 West lJroadway, N.Y.
Trial si.e 2.1 cents. Barclay Vi.
WATER AS FUEL.
Uiuoit i'ree Pre..
Dr. A. F. Jennings, who during the past
six years has been iu the Lake Superior
mining country, was in the city, at the
house of his brother. No. 097 Cass avenue,
for a short time past, aud left for Chicago
last evening, his mission leing the develop
ment of an enterprise which, if it proves
successful, will be one of the greatest in
ventions of the age. During the past ten
or twelve years Dr. Jennings has been con
stantly studying the old problem of utiliz
ing water as" fuel. How nearly accomplish
ed" is the effort the doctor does not just now
care to state, except to say that the demon
strations he has already made have been
satisfactory to that extent that capitalists
are satisfied that water can ue usea as Mel.
and have contributed means to perfect the
invention. '"It is the old. old theory." said
the doctor to a reporter of the Free IV".
"ot reduciug water to its original elements
and then uniting there in such a w;:y
that they will bum; only I am evi
dent that my work, which begins where all
previous efforts stoppcd.will in th e nd prove
entirely successful, and that within the next
year you will, if you live, hear of water be
ing used in place of coal and wood."
Rheumatism Twenty-four Years a
few bottles ot St. Jacobs' Oil cured a man
who had suffered with Theumati.-ui for
twenty four years. W. RtiNH.u:ivr,
THE INNOCENT OLD MAN.
lMuil Free I'rcrs.
The other day the police at the Union
depot noticed a feeble-looking old man
wandering in and out to kill time until las
train should depart, and as he several times
displayed quite a roll of bills, he was cau
tioner, to lookout for pickpockets an J con
"Wouldn't anybody rob an old man like
wu!d theyt" he innocently asked.
The warniBg was repeated, but he jogged
around as belore, and after a time was seen
in consultation with two strangers, w ho had
walked him around to the wharf. Au oi3
cer got him u way from them, and ungniy
"Didn't I warn vou against strangers?
Those fellows are atter your money !''
"But how can they get it w hen I have it
in my pocket and my hand ou it ail the
"Well, you look out."
"Yes, 1 will look out; but I don't want
to be uncivil. When anybody talks to me
I like to talk back."
The strangers soon had him on the string
again, and in about a quarter of an hour
they left him in a hurried manner, and he
sauntered into the depot with his wallet in
"There! You've let 'em beat you? ' ex
claimed the officer. "How much did you
"Wall, they wanted f0," he slowly re
plied. "And you handed it over of course?''
"I give 'cm a $50 bill and got $W back."
"Well, you'll never see the bill again 1"
"I kinder hope not!'' he chuckled, as he
drew down his eye. "It was a counterfeit
which my son found iu Troy, and, being as
I am very old and innocent, und not up to
the tricks of this wicked world, I guess I'll
git into the cars before somebody robs me
of my boots! If any one should come
around looking for rue, please say I'm not
ax home '."
Wanted. Sherman .t Co . M
Midi., want hn itfcnt in tl.iu Mumtu
, C5-" - J fit
once at a salary of floij per month and
caitiibcb jmiu. rur jun particulars ad
dress as above.
Tuiiity Ykaks' ExrtniEKCB ok ax Old
Nchsk. Mrs. Wmslow's Soothing Syrup is
the perscription of one of the best Female
Physicians and Nurses in the United States,
and has been used for thirty years with
never failing safety and success by millions
of mothers ana children, trom the feeble
infant of one week old to the adult. It
corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves
wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives
rest, health and comfort to mother and
child. We believe it the best and surest
remedy in the world, in all
entery and Diarrluca in children, whether it
Hrises from teething .or from any other cause.
Full directions for using will accompany
each bottle. None genuine unlesa the fac
simile of Curtis & l'erkins is on Uut out
side wrapper. Sold by all Medicino deal
ers. 25 cents a bottle.
Nkw Yortii City, Juno IB, 1870.
Ent.rki.y Recovered, II. II. Waricn
& Co. Orhtlt.mkn I hereby certify that
my wife has been using Warner's Safe
Kidney snd Liver cure for Bright' Diseae
and she is now entirely recriged. When
all pbyaiciaa's remedies faioyershe km in-
dueed to try your remedy , and received
beneficial results from the first bottle. Af
ter taking four bottles site was entirely
cured. Truly your
KOHKJIT H. KlTWKRAI.n.
Had Ili ooD.A serious cnieute occurred
on John street hist night between two horny
handed sons of toil, which resulted in a
broken arm for Smith and a cracked lib
for Jackson. For bad blood there is noth
ing equal to Seovill's Bhmd and Liver .vy
rup, which drives out nil impurities like
Osk Uox 011 Su r.orn.Ks. If y. u
are suffering from u combination of liver
or kidney diseases, and constipation, do not
fail to use the celebrated Kidaey-Wort. It
is a dry compound as truily prepared a a
cup of coffee, and in ore package is as much
medicine as can be bought in six bottles ,f
OUT OFTHE FAMILY.
If a man is on the cats and ves a young
lady he doesn't know from Eve and never
saw before trying to let down the window,
he throws down his papers, takes off his
hat. bows himself double, smiles himself
clear around to his after colli.:' button, savs
sweetly. "Allow me: and cio-es the win
dow with graceful skill and charming
If his si'ter says, "Tom, won't you please
let the window down for me:'' he tucks his
papers savagely under his arm, and stalk
ing across the aisle, stands on her tVet
while he lowers the window with a slam
that fills her eyes aud hair with dust. And
if his wife, holdiugthe baby on one arm
and the lunch basket on the other, tries to
let down the window, and says timidly and
suggestively, "Oh, dear I don't believe I
can get it down," he grunts, says, "Eh, oh !"
and buries himself stiil deeper in his pper.
That's what you're coming to. Laura.
AND OTHERS, SEEKING
I I K A. j T W .
.Snvntli and Eiieriry.
winiorr the use or m;n;s. auk he
KSTEHTOSENO FuK "THE KLKTK:c
REVIEW." AN I!.I.lTKATEH .I'tL'li
N L. WHICH IS !'t El.lsllKl)
K(dt Fi'lhE DIH'UILI 'l!uN.
IT TREATS npon HEALTH. liYdENE
1 Phv si'-ai Ci:li:;rv. ci.tt '. a compii tv c; cy
Oil of m.'oniisiiun for nlit: r anil thie b'i
from Nervous. EiLMi"iii:i a:.d i sitf:! Jl-E'.i-rv
fa-ijret tbat Kr uin.n iitaith iia'. h
. Mi. I
fca'.'piicin. re-.-;- tttrntton in Its ; 10;
mtty ;uet!or. aked ly ir.'..!c.
i;Hvv',!i-i:irv1 of f tt;r. ar M.t.riS. anil va';
iLfo::.iCV.'U i vo;::B-red to a.i lo art la L
milieu! ml ii-f.
Tiientihjevt uf tit.'tr'.r B'-'.tverra Me.'.icite
the hundred ami t:.e .teMioi. 01 vital .viytr
to -;f!i'r.i: !i;iu:k jiir. aredalv cor,i".t :t j a:.
Aijil oilier-v.lio rVr ftoni N-rvov. tLd ) f.:':ii
Ir.i!ity. I.o" of Manly Visor. 1'r nMniv Ejr..f
tion aiid t.'.e riiiiiy jlonniy ioLfj'j' nf. of v: y
indi'ireti'iu. i-to.'are pia'.iy tr.ef.;i 1 V.y
taltiLi' its contents.
The lH.liOTKIC HEViEW ff.o'i- 'Le nnmiti
eiattdfraadf piiieticeil by q'-.a- k and it.-dirni itn
po:or Lo profen to' "practice iv.t-.lif u;tr.'' arjti
point" out the only sf. ntr.p;e. ar.d .rTeitivc ro i'i
to Health, Vior and Bodily hnerirv.
selnl vo.;r ad'irf on po'al rani 'for a copy. .'.:.!
lr.fortr.a;ion worth t no':t.i.l w.i! '. .1.1 y
A'Jiirc. the publisher.
I'l'LYKEMACIIER GALVANIC (0.,
('T. Eiifhtb A Vin- 'rens. ( ia. innrtti. M.
It EM EI) V
Co'.i-f!.". Col'i-. CoLs'-.mpitoB. A
thma. Ilrot ctr.t.s. and ii o-!; r
Throat aid l.'tca Atl'Ctions. Er
dors.J v.v the I res ai d I'tysi
i ian. Takfi. by tho".suti('.s acl
it l 1.0 Kt.uai
Tflll.ri lti Vrt tPartlfJil 'lored I'i-J
VU i..C.ABBJH.JIit.0.. i.
Winur's MeiWoriuv Si nitb ami 'Va
tteri ial Avenne,
fx -ires to !tft.rci the it..-i".r Ca ro tC iiiiiity.
that Le loo. a
New and Lai'e Stock jf Gols
Which -he Ail i-:i at a en cosr. cci.slt ..'i' '
Hats and Bonnets.
A i.J "nm I co ( r'.ed Hoh Ur I.udi'.n kid b I'Iren.
Ladies' Famishing Ooods!
All the vrry latent delfti". I'rlrea o low a poa
sible aiid iiooda marked In plain fljnire W'i,i nnt
be undersold. Call aud examine. No troakii. to
show (food Ladled who do not see bai they
want will pica ask for I.
(JAIIIO CITV FE1U1Y CO.
On and nfti r Monday, .tune 10, tho boat will uuake
LliTI LIAVd LIAT1I
root Fourth st M'.anonri Land'i. Kentucky Ld'g.
N a. di.
Hi a. m.
t p. DI.
S:S0 a. iu.
lo:ao a. di.
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1:10 ( in.
i p. m.
& p. Kl,
10 . ID,
4 P U.
STATE Of U.L1NU, (
Cotiuty ot Aii'MiBdiT. u':r mt C'cn! of Al- -.nler
chanty. ivrwarv "trw. A. I). Jr.
. vr;voi'.-Ia C'LftDCcry.
Aflfflavit of the niit-rtifit!i'fifof Fran Qntlty ,
tb (lifetiiliuit auovn cuimc. LavinRbefir filed in tn'
o!Ue nf t!i clerk of :S circuit conn of Alexander
i:n!y. nnti i' ii imtpIi civeu to theaid r.on rtni
i'.cm 1:1 !( i:dhLi. thu: iliu couplblnatil bti tiled Uer
):'. of t-uiu plaint iu taid conn on toe chancery tide
tli.Mi )f oiitiit; -JTrb. day of December, A. I). 1S7S, 11D1I
t'u.it H,iumor.tki'i-e-,:pon issned out of said court
iii;.ii.t uid cli'lt'ii'miiL, returnable on tbe Uvd Mun
i!sy ot Kflninry, A. ). in ly law reoolrttl.
Nuiv, )H'r.'fir, unle you, the niid Priinit kjaiir
!. y. -r.i". n-'suiiaMy lie aud appear before, tue kU)
. ii'- i'i en'.irt of Aldoj'.der caurty on ibe flret day
.if :.! uiNt term tbert'Ot, to be holden at iho court
!iu In ibe city of 'uiro. :n "it.d ccianty. on the
i-.oiti Mnnday of rVlir.tary. A. I. It ', and plead.
:wrr ortieniurto tLcBiiid caiup'alrant'a Mil ol
rumplt'.n:. the raiiii.1, r.od te u;at:r and thlni!
ther-!!u'LsrL''d (! aic(l, will be ti.k"L a eon
ft ..('. m l a di-crei- ftiU bga!us' to'i acco'diug
ta tfi- prev.'r of a!(i lii.l.
JOHN A EKEVK, ')erk.
IVn E. Unxuh, fomijLW.t's Sol.eito).
1 cere in I '.T, A. II. 1SV.'.
K. L. B .-r and Jal'aE. Yu'a-t ire l.. nl v in:..
t 'd, that en thi Ttb di.y il Xei.-ii.bvr. A. I. lb' w,
t'bar'ie" ' lii.iiet, aijii ute i. r i tiver ol tte
tutt- of tbt SHity poti: l. f-j Ilc.iuiji company,
filed hi bill of loreciof-w :u tfce eircait couii lit
Alexander cuUEiy. illiiio.. c tbi; (uiiueiy mJo
tht-reof. wl ireln yo.i. Mttber 'uh t. . '. Ilrown,
,0.11.1s W. Ei'.tiy. l.u.r i'.t; i;.vit, and Krsncie A.
Hi'ldle. arc d''eDdarlc ttd "hat eniil s.il now
p'rid:nt'n taxi Court. Tnat '.he.-nipci a nniinioi.H
wa isa:d out of tie- 'lerk'f ofll'.e of aa'.d eo'irr,
In nalii I'a.i'e. rotuiuitb!' vt ntctml Monriny of
Kv.r.:ary, A. 1. InsI. to a eno of ciirt -.fci'ii
to t.' uold.s k'. ti-e .xurt-lnitre iu Cairo- :e a i
co'.iiiivoi Ait-jiauiter Ht! nu'.- ol :ti:).i:
tiro. tV.-, r..i.cr -.'i . ls7'. ,5oKN A HEEVK
akcki. I-. V. tisi hoi'r tot Cic..
'HANlEHY Nul ICE.
frd:6(.ti'i F. Po..:r. AM.lv A. R.-r ;u.il '.V.
t. Trx-y. are bf.y 1101 ! 1: at i.n t. e v'jui 0 ,y nf
Deirnher. A 1). l-.'.i. M-.ct.mi U. l'l,.!i,i. v.uoh;ki
!.e ;ti'!iT.-. e In babarnptcv 01 tt- estate 'Uv .'.-u
trtl sv:ns Iian, Sd 5,i'.l i:ir-tlo;rf. eu
the thaLccij t Ait 1 )' A!i Sfcurlet .iintv clrmit
our;, iu tte mate . f Mlnnr. A'Lrreic you ure i'.c
fendautt. and that is-x us m.w jieiiuinc :tt
sai.t tow. 'I I at '.I'-rcpo.; a jnsivB leau-4
ut ol tue ir'K V ofiic of wd cojrt ht'eiiuet :,
r"U!r:).ili!i' nr. tur m-or.il MotK.av .n Ft hrt.ary. A.
Jl ISsO. to a in it. of n.iu fotrt thee Jo V t )lri.E
thec.tart-s.jjM- in Cn'rn. In ei.ii'. ci.-.tti:y.
I'airo. iV iTcti. r 1ST:". .ti.i;N . Eu.vr.
KMt t:. I1. Vei:j.rh, s ol'r V r ( r.i ! rli.i.
cTATi: OK ILLINOIS. .
CiMicty of Axaniir. C'.rcr.it err; ji Aie t
eVr fo ;nty, Vrhrtiary Tera., A V. 1 v
7' w.r. ' -ft . .-
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J-e: Vi.i of ( on'.;:: air.'. ;ti fa C Cvftt ':a'at L!.i.i . t
c tbfreof on the Sah 0..y t.f ii- tn.'i . A. '
. at.d that a v.t.'lru.n t.nef.upoa e .-.r
a:.i Court ssia-t -.i'l i- :' .aiit. r-v.'.ioal
the -iu M'.Si.y " y. ; .,tr.-. .'. J .(. :. .-.
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. '"r K'-- 'r. it. i i' k,' C..i:o :l -t.:d 'iity. on
'Le V ,tj(. . ui Kel'r ;ary A. P. 1- '. atd p..-M,
if v-r or o'L-;.'r t' tro ti.ia ... n.pi.vLan'" "ui il .jf
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t'.ie rvic tur;v(i arxt t'.t-.-l.. ,i ! -j uk. js ue ?i.l
ffpv'l. i adff u t i.-a t: voa at- cta-i-e
to tfc- j.raver v: b'.i.. .f.-bN . Ki'KVE.
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. I'MINIsTftA-uR NOTICE
The .:r;i''- ! i.d. i.a it;,- tieoa appottti '1 A
itrator of 'I.t u: I', i.n.f S i. .rm, late of e
i o'.ti'y of Aii! u.Uer ar.'- ot Iii.no . t.'erri.-
Ki. fcre'"v .. t-ote-f ha; i.e wiiJ ppar hefi.re
it,.- Co.nty c.crt i.j AVxacder chili... a- t.
C ourt iico:-.- ;r. i 'l.iu rt the Match 'vrr... ot t' e
- onl V.or.'itv .u M.'i 1. tut. at wf.. .-, ur;;r l.1
.f!ot. hu.'.nir n'.iii" faikt ea4 ena'e u m.'.:
tie,; uuU .-eiy..i ...! f-m ;..r :ht jr.r; " ' f l.av-
its tb sair,.; m! '.n'.i'd A.l pejeot" .CUtt.teC t.t
su'ii estiite ure rfijliis:d t" .'..ke :iM;.t-d.f.t- je
n:t-rt to tie utders.eu'd
PAThlt K sCLLIVAN. A'ita.r;ra-o-.
Pat-tl ti.: i th dayot Jamary. A. I.
J-'IiASCEhV N' 'Jl
state .'f Ii'.lL i
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V. .r: Whlker S
!:. Ci.atiCery :
AtT.'iait if tte Lon v ..i. ve T.
'."hv ccfeui.ant abov" i.uir.-i.. t.a- ;r.f
f-'-x. t:lii .n
rtof A eliE'.cr
siid not:- res;-
"oieofri'.e o.'te c.erk ofa.u circ
Cotin'v. notice i hereby jr. . i. to U,
u- nt ileffLdnnt ttat the ion,pmitan'. bun tildr. r
t:.. of complain, .n sd our: on tL" 'i.itir'jfAA'
thereof on the 1Kb day of Ut-cenibT. A.J), !s-.s,
at:d thut a s-inxufini thi-r''tip'jn issued c-.t of sj.d
'. oait fc).'!i:st -niil Oefi-ndarit, rt-tcrubie nc tte
v.hi .Voiiiay of February. ... D. a s by Is
Now, tberefor, .nls yo:, trie sid F.n'o. :t
Walter hil peri... r.sljv be and appear before the
siiii ' ircnitt.ourt of AexaL:tr o oity on the tr-t
(iayot 'he neit term thereof, to be holOfD a; the
ourl Hoiiseinth'.- City of 'airo.iti saia Coticty, on
'he Si.fond y m'lay t Kcbraary. A. i. I'vSJ.'ai d
plead, answerer demur to lae aa'fd coirpiainaf.
tiiil of coruplii.nt. ;te Barne. ant! tt n.aiters aLd
ho i:' there.n cbarcjeii and a'aw-d, ,!) be tak-n a
' oLf ss'J. anr. a decree entered against yoo a-1'jrO
itr to'.fce pra er of sab! bill
.lOTiN A. REEVE, Clerk.
(I W. UENIikl' KS Cou.p t o.'!i itor
D'CeLlb'T. H th. A. I). ;tC9.
I'y vlrt;.e of I , u.ntr.ioi ls-ii'J net .! :
clerk's oft ' of.t,'! coritty court of Aieiand-r
county, and State of I lliuwia, and. to n.e a. t-.wi.
whereby 1 am coir.ir.and'd to make the niio.;iit .
two ceriatn jajgement recently obtained amm -'
Jiicoh l.yncb iu faror of H-trTyC. Johns, und
Wi!iir.ni C. John, and one In favor of JacobTrober
and W'ill:u:n Avbury oat of the lands. tenumeni
voait aD'l l.f atti'U of the said Jacob (. l.yncb. 1
havu )evi"d on the ,'ulloin described property,
to-wit: hot numbered three (31 ib block
tiuuilicr-d forty eit'ht MM in tho city
i f Cairo. ' utility of Alexander and State
of Illinois Tuerejore. according to sa.d com
mand,fh4il uxpos.- for aal al public auction, ail
the rimt. t .-In and liere. of the aliove named
Jacob 'j l.yncb in and to tbn above described
property, at 11 o'cl.n k a m . on Tjeciay. tbJ :jrd
day o: Febriury. iKX .'at the westerly door of the
co-.ir liouae. in Cairo. Illinois,
J)a! at Cairo, liimoia. this Ti ft b day of Jen
unry, ls.se. John Hodoks.
S'terltT Alexander County.
t'TATtl OP TIIOHAS B. WAJ-altR, tUtrtASKP
S'ateof Illinoir, Alexander connty, .
To all parties concerned :
Yo:i are herebv notified that on Wednesday, the
16th day of February, 1KH0, the administrator of said
estate.will present to theconnty conrt of Alexander
county, at cairn. Illinois, his final report of
bin aits ana doliiKt as such administrator,
and ask the court to he discharged from any
nd all further duties anil responsibilities connect
ed with said estate, and hit administration thereof.
It which time and place, yon may be present and
lesistsach application If yoi chouse so to do.
i siAML'ELK. WAI.KKK,
WOOD AND COAL.
Qt AV. WHEELER,
Dealer In ail kind) of
Cord Wood, Stovo Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington and
,3 WATCHES. "
Direct from the Manufacturer at Wholesale Trice,
MANFRED BELMONT & CO.,
GENEVA , Switzerland.
MONTREAL,ai 4 St. Lawrence St.
t. lely thi-n, from the niaK?
wound by turnmt; a na.l.d knob . p 2e?d a fat tourfv XwVVVr! lMl ,,,e "u w
hand . set in tl .. sam wHv, ? b he ail. i?ion of i resslm, . ''m1' d "'.)' "J""".v rnt-HM. Iho
The Rd'anlUKenof these lmpro" nient fait obvious be eiuhT" WJCC"'."' h side of the (s,..
o.udeul. tic-ht and dual llRbMnapn'servlM Jnw "V1"' ln lu,"-'-
the iferv- b,tecn tie necVssaryclcanl. a f e S nUiU" ""' "' C"tly prl.l.il,
He forward pot fiw and duty paid, at tlio loIloHing pi.w.s:
r-TMSU NICKEL ease, Ulter pialed.
l: le 'or v ork'ien. school lny, etc
'.-.D ELECTRO-M.ATKD case, (ill
l-ri i etc
i . :
i i . ii. t.n case. ei.Kli:e.'irue.l. leer umvenienl. erytu! Sliiss.suuk seconds,
.iewviltd in h holes
LrcANT MLYKK lit NTIM; Ll,l.:,- fmlsbcl movement. ..ink
- or.Js.ronomeoTh.iianie.jiHeleil in 10 holes, on. ofih. best .liter walcbcs made
.-lD u-e, borliOlittl n.e.veti-.eiit. flat and el- ri. Jewele.t ll,,,,,,..!,,,,,,, MIllk
. : Cs. ry-ti' 'a... i-j eravcil or plain poli-bed es-u
' AKAT -'L'- Lelffcutltltl" case. U.ry superior Irioteiueil. ,-xU jee!ea. ridi
y i t.ri. .1 ,1 r plain polislied
Is C.'.KA'I ot'1.11. huntlej; esse, ii. hly . i grated, skeleton l.etei n:o. ne i.t. (;i,
'r Hi"''. ''"'' cct.X Coiup. ciii.Oi ItaJam e, -r
IV CA!;.T OOI.D. llumin ca.c. I. si and careful' . iin im J Skeleton l.ete, nt.
. .Lt.. . if ...u in is hoi?s i.uid llnlsnee. wiih 1! th.; hivsi iieoo. nu nts . -plerolid
i fi.'i.t. C double buutinc ,,.
Cl'LcS'OMETF.l! WAT( H. I.i:l.:.v f ,i. ,t , hum met. r moo.-luei l Jeweled
-!; "'-"'-' "ilb tU' iti:i'to. mens. In i!.,ul,le bottoniedeiiSin. . turned. plin
; .:-le.'. i : ei.;tate0. Beirut jroltl bin t!i.g.i.e. -old m hard wbile.-nau.t-: dial, with
-: La ( L .-, t-J
. KJ;t-No: ETLK-CALENDAK WAK II. with .enire '.one. h.nd. s..!kui-:-;.r'L
o: mouls. show i g or. dial, day ot the tuantb. moi.tb of the tear, and day of
iln .-k. Ai.b te: chronometer Diottm.-nl. raiefully examined, ir. splendid decoia'ed
or ) .a.t. ;...!i.hfCiu atrocg lurtirt case. Thisttatrbis eeu-rallt sold by retailer.
I it .'roni.nV.o8jft
Ail tiie above Watches in smaller sizes for Ladies at the aame prices.
IoLorr!iL-iS. A:n-.: or C'te-ts will be cngiaved on the backs ot the Cold Watches wit!,.
out additional cit.
Everv wuch ak. rt for will be in:n.ediatelv forwarded, ready for imnW.iair u-e and s.-eureit ,,t, k, ,i
. a r.r" Uok-uo etse. The regu.arity and prerlnon of its tr.ottm.nt and conscientious worku ai.shiu
t warrLEtediiwntiuc for ibwvraia. during which peiiod no charge will be niade lor rerai-s 11 o .
watch i. lorw.ir.Jed to us po-t free. All Kold ac n trie aid sold it us an- is curat Cue, ai d in'."il-,u
at. tea the ta.- are best Sterling Silver.
I'er'Ots re-ifi.E? in aty pan of ihe country need rot hesitate loforward their Post I'fire or U:,tk. m
c..":er -o or Moi tre.I htanh. a- they u,y rely upon receiving the exact wtt-h order. .1 by them wl jrl
11 tol -'lot s' demos' complete satisfarttoD. wiU be willingly exchang. 1 or the money n tutu-.l Money
icay U sen: t:tL-r in Biita ttle or ly FoM office mcr.ey order. A discount ol o p. c. will be a'lowcd '.,V
or.c-s of t lu tr.jre wsi' aes
OPINIONS UF THE I'll ESS.
From the - Semaice Industrielle" Paris. Franc e. is s, j,i -k-;
'1" -' ke - r..ir.t:rrl. .;.,. tot profi-s to make wan be. t th" It we-t price, but ibe 'l.t-t
wk:c.k'K, ti,,. p,.,.; td front the r.gt.itlitf ol their hunt ess. tte i:,at faint judge that tb v tv- ie
let vet. :l" iuipie.- oi public opinion. ' '
From the "Hordeaux Journui" H Mai. 1fc:s.
e tar. c l-i . ntiot . y r. :.cc. tend a 1 wl.o want to but a iisrd und durable wateh at mod. tiite n ' e
lo -. .' V i.'-.c.ont A Co. "
Address: MAXFltTKl) UKLMONT&Cn.
U..x llll'j.MONTIlKAl,, I'. i.
The Great Carriaire Manufdrturinsr House of the 'oild.
F y v ,-v 1 w - v "l s v
Eest mat'irihl, good workmanship, hf.no'onie 'tyles, strong an.l
durable vehicles in every respect.
Manufactnred by EMERSON, FISHER k CO., are now in use
in every part of the American Continent.
Thev five unfailing satisfaction. All their
testimonials from all parts ol the country of
0f which are on file subject to inspection :
Messrs. Eupbson KisiitR A Co. : Oalva, Ii.i.s., July IS. lRlll.
I have nsed one of yonr Top Hngpies three years, and three of them two years In my livnry stable,
and tbey havu given me perfect satisfaction and are in constant use. OSOAK SJ1 ALLEY.
Mcssra. CoiTOTR A.Tobnok.: Nkwbkiuiv, 8. C, July 17. 1879.
Dcr8ir:-1 havu been using tho Emerson A Fisher Bnggy I bought from yon as roughly I sup
POH.) as any one could. I bad a fast horse, drove blm at full speed, sometimes, with two grown ladles and
myself In tho hutrgy, and It is to-day worth all the money I paid lor it. I say the Kmerson A Fisher
Bugles wiil do- A' TEAOCK. Farmer.
The favorable reputation the Carriages have made in localities where they have been
used for several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others requiring hard mid
constant use, has led to an increased demand
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth
t hem now to turn out in good style,
360 Carriages a Week.
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S
open face, jemh,! in 1 hole,, .ry
o1 I,,.,.,., lor) .rjsial class, sunt
J. - 0
FISHER & CO.,
m a 1 U 1 t t 41- -V -v - A
work is warranted, They have received
purport similar to the following, hundreds
from tho.-e localities, to meet which tho
establishment have been extended, enabling
CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST.