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THE DAILV CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNWM, FEBRUARY 15, 1380
SMALL AOVKBTISEM KXT.
AM, AUVKKTISK.MKNT1 In tlil column. o(
Sr Hut ! or ltw wUl txi pnliliiihrd mr's
Mnii ni iwwrtiMul ttm. M mm: I 'vk. W:
I noiilli. I.Nt; it month without rhni. Sl-iw,t"'r
month. Kru additional Hue, piomu. Mmuilmm
Dwfllhur ud lour lot-very dci-irahlo pmporty
OB oullli'Ht.t corner Till utreot nnd .leffcimin Avoniio.
M. J. UoWLKV. K.l Emt' Agent.
UwviHA tintl pitrchimer of real fUto lu Cairo
konld be mire thev have iood title. I mi "'
prt-i in-d to rnmMi bttcti l "''"".'ll''"
Office liil'tnirt Houffl.
onler (iod lor I KM. if applied on any M.vlo
IhK. Muuillfvabou I'iano. will be n.ld low.
A ppl J at thin utile.
Mm L .1 Hvrno fan cc(imiiuiitto a icw day
boadcrx. lm board ami room lor two. l'rire very
low. Applv at hi'r lioiint next to the Catholic
church on Wnshiiifiton uimiie.
Taken up by the iihcrtliiT. at tin- lower etui of
Wftnuinuton nveiiiii', i aim. minum. '"" -October?
is;. a three year old heifer, b tin ml
white in color. No esr murk. Crui.iply burned.
The owner can have I lie name by tirovlne property
nd pavlinchna-c a WILLIAM CASfc .
February, . ls.
HOI'S B AND LOT KOK SALE.
Hoitae and lot situated on JefTersou and Thir
tnen'n fln'et between Jefferson and Cedar etrietH.
Said property ululated as follow, to-wit: Lot num
bered tl:l) block number (1) In the Third addition
tothucltv of Cairo. For further part ctilara In
quire at the hottHe. THOMAS if INTbK.
Dated thin. Uth day of Feb. lsi .
One hntidre barrels choice reach Blow potatoes
t $1 Si Pr barrel. N. U. Tiij.ti. wr.vm lino.
Ohio Levee, Corner Sixth at.
II. MA HE AN, M. D.,
HiRifoMthic I'hysiciun and Surg-eon.
,'fflce 140 I., am-rcinl avenue. Resldenco corner
'itirt-enth St. and 'aU:ncton au-nue. Cairo.
U. ?.. V. WHITLOCK,
Ofpici-No. l:i Commercial Avenue, between
Biirnln aud Ninth Streeu
R. V. C. JOCELYN".
D K NT1ST.
OFFICE-Eiuhtk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow' and OorpuauB' Mu
nal Aid bodetv.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Hiffliust Cusli Price Paid for Whnt.
LOUIS, CAIRO AND PAIHTA1I.
The KiesantSiduwheel Faaaeneer Steamer
SSii CHAMPION m
A.J. niai ,
Leaven Cairo every Monday end Thursday fur
Cape dirardeau. St. Loui. and wav landing, I'or
rrrthl or pwtmiue apply to SOI. A. MLVKK,
TJILL WRECKING COMPANY,
Has :tloncd their wrecking boat
At Cairo, where they have evervthms! needed in
the divers' line. Meant pump. line. block. mi
llion", etc. Will hire or eontrat t I'or all kind uf
H11MM HILL. or. I. L. sit ILL' i::ts-:.
Notice i liereiiy slven that I will lie at the follow
ing tamed n'lacuN, at lite time below
lated. lor tlie purple of colleetlnif the
llevenue of Aiejauder Comity. IllluoiK,
for the year lk7n, Ac ; and all p'Tr-mm
wautttij to ve the penally of one per cent. i.r
month, will take advance of ih rollectur'n vUh.
a indicjied lielow. and my tlieir tuxei. In tii. ir ohu
At more. liniiH.' of Durliuin Si Cuulile. In town
of Klco. in llitievoiod precinct, on Weilneciluy,
JaBtwryUlat.A. 1. tsso.
At tlie tore tiotine of Henry Ilittnucker. In town
of handitkv. tu Sau.iuky .reciml. on Thtiixday,
January iJud. A. I). Inst).
At Morehouattiif II. V. C'.trli-. ill low u nl ' .h1-'
Park. In I'nlly prucincl, ou Krluay, Janitart '.'lid.
A. I) ls)
At atore hutiMe of Hod;:.", i Martin, ill L. ei li
Kldije. station. In l!. ec li Kid.-e prrein. t. on s.i!nr
dav. .U:i.ia, v tilth. A. 1). !.
At atom LdiiHU of H. A. Kduieri-oti. In town of
Kant ( upe (iliordi in, lu Eat C'upe cliaril. .ju
precinct, on Monday, .laiiuurr Willi. A. I) IsHi.
At More houan of Kieulley A Co.. Ill to.Mi ol
Clear Crei U. lu CHiir ( reek ir eini I, on TiH'iMuy,
.luniiurv L'Tth. A. I). 1 '.
At flore noime 01 i r. lrin i.i.i . in nn.ii in
Thenen, In Tnetieii precinct, on II ednexliiy. Jna
uaryustli. A.I). IS).
Atatorelioum.orA.il. Ireland, InloMliof Simla
Ke, lu Santa l'e precinct, tin Tliiirnliiy. Jnnuary
2th. A. D. IHS0.
A! flore honae of .la. H. Mulcliay. In town ol
;omnien:lal l'olnt. In Ooomi ImIhihI precimt. on
Krlilav, .January ith, A. I). IHWI. , , .
At t'Ue. renldeuce ol M liolaa Hiiiihki Ler. In Luke
Millifnu pruclnct, on Saturday, .lanieiiy illnt, A I).
At l'in' of Peter Haup, In Klrat Cairo proelnel. mi
M.mdav. lehrtmrv 'iud, A.J). I"i.
At tlie olllce ol M J. Howie)', leu! wdMe aeiit In
Heioud t'ir preilnc!, on Titexd.iy. lVliru:ir :;rd,
A. 1). Ksii.
At ftore houi-e of rutrl' U V'ltr.ifi'rald. on corner of
Uth ntreet and ( .'inrrn.rr.Ki Avuimk., InTlilol i.'i.lro
proclucl. on Vt 'ttdiicadnv. KeVru.'tn llli, A.I) ISMl.
At atom Iiouae of l'ri:e..t 1) I'.nlt. In l' ll'ili t'alro
prwStii'l, on Thitri-day, I'Mn lary Ma, A. I). Iwfl.
At Ibeconrt tiouae, lu Kourtli Cairo prod ml, from
the fith to Jitli rinya or Kehrttarv, A. I), isstl.
Slierln and Collector of Alexander C ,
Ualud tlil, Cairo, lilt., Jan. 1J, vr.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
K.NTF.KUD AT THK I'OHT llVFU K IS CAIKO, lis
MNOIB, AS BKCOND-CLASS MATTKR.
OFFICIAL PAPE1I OF ALEXANDER COCNTY.
Only MoruTiiff Daily in Somliorn Illinois.
LOCAL HK POUT.
Caiiio. III.. Fubruarv 14 lt. I
Titer, ilum Wind. Vel Weather.
rt m at), it
7 ' M.U
1(1 " HOIS
Sp.m . :k).0
Maximum Temperature. 4J s : Minimum lent
i.erHtnre. IDS; Kalnfull 0 M Inch.
Kiver,: feet 8 inches v. II. KAY",
Ser2'tSJ?nal Cortn.f. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
THE CHEAPKST PLACE
to go for boots and sIkk-s t'itlicr to linve
them made to ortler or buy ready made, is
lit C. Koch's, Commercial avenue, between
Fifth. and Sixth streets. He bought his
stock of boots nnd shoes, leather and find
ings betore the late rise, and will give the
public the benefit by selling at the old
prices. Do not fail to call when in need of
goods iu hi line.
The Caino Society will give a rand mas
querade ball at Washington hall, Tu.es.day
evening, February 17th. The committee in
charge will spare no pains to make this a
rand success and can assure all who at
tend an evening pleasantly spent. No
improper characters will be admitted.
This will be the last masquerade ct the
season. Tickets fifty cents
By Order of the Society,
Com. of Arrangment.
HOW WILL THIS DO!
Five lb Note Heads as low as "? per 1,000.
Ten lb Letter Head ns low as : To per
Imperial Bill Heads as low as $'2 per
Bills Lading as low as fj 50 per 1,000.
Euvelops an.i printing 3 30 to 1 00
At Tiik Bcllktis job olhYe.
Buows'h IIoiskiioi.I) Pakacka is the
nto.rt effective pain iktroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken the blooJ wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or bowels,
son.' throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
'Brown's Household Panacea" should be
m every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea m a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bod time, will break
up a cold, "i cts. a bottle.
MlTU M( KMs tiiidouotediy with ctnl
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
eel by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination 1ms been successfully
used by physicians, and found to be abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five cents a box.
Fiiom a DisTiMii'isiiKit Physician.
Prof. Green, a distinguished allopathic phy
sician, wrote to the Medical Becord. of At
lanta, Ga.. to the ( tl'i'Ct that after all other
means had failed, he sent for the Kidney
Cure, (Sntc Kidney and Liver Cure I. ami to
his astonishment cured a serious case of
Blight's Dwease by administering it, and
aftciw.ir.ls found it equally beneficial in
other cas-s. He advised his brother physi
cians to use it in pieferen.'e to anything
e!s" for kidm v disorders.
SiuA'rromi, Out. 1, l)sT4.
Having become almost entirely cured of
extreme debility through the im of Kel-lo-.v.s'
Coiiipoiind Syrup ot Hypopho-phites,
I feel it but just to put the fact on record.
My case had resisted all other medicines,
but succumbed to three bottles of lYIlows'
Hypopliuspliites. ( has. II. I.iiii;inoN-.
The discovery of the citciilation of the
blood was an important event iu the history
of medicine: but if the blood be full of
impurities, its circulation, which Provi
dence intended as a blessing, proves a bunt
Hence we slum Id cleanse the lilood with
Scovill's Pil ood and Liver Smip if wt
would be healthy.
Mits. p.vitTiNiiTDX says don't tak" any ol
tin? (piaek roslruiiis; as they an? tegimental
to the human cistern; but put your Irast in
Hop Hitters, which will cure g"iierai dilap
idation, costive halnls and all eoi.ili ills
eases. They saved Ia ie front a se ere ex
tract oi inpoii lever. 1 liey nr.'' the ne plus
llliuni o medicines. liosion Globe.
O.MC B"X Oil tSl X i'lOI'TLKS. If Oil (If
sull'eiing from a combination of liver or
kidney diseases, and constipation, do not
fail to use the celebrated Kidncv-Wort. It
is a dry compound as easily prepared as u
cup of colVee, and in one paektige is as
much medicine tis can be bought iu six dol
lar bottles of other kinds.
1 .suffered fearfully with swollen joints
went on crutches, tried every remedy with
out biicceM: Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammo
nia cured me. Thomas McDonnell, 17f
Will ingon st., Montreal. Giles' Pills cures
liver complaint. Sold bv all drtunrisls
St ud for pamphlet. Dr. Gileu, I Jd VW
Broad wav, N, V. Trial size 'Jo cuts,
Wanteii.- Sherman ic (.'o., Manhall,
Mich , want an agent in this county at
once ut a icihiry of $100 per month and
expenses paid. For full particular ad
' i dress its ubuvo
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Kvcrybody is talkiug about St. Ja
There were no cases iu the police
Mr. Win. Wolf, whom we reported id
yesterday, i3 again able to be about.
Wo regret to hear of the. illness of the
little daughter of Hev. B. Y.George.
- I!ev. Whittaker contemplated lenving
for the south yesterday evening.
Justice Robinson contemplates mov
ing hi9 office into the Alexander County
bank building shortly.
Texas has a peculiar attraction for
Col. Jas. Johnson. He "shoved out for the
Lone Star State again yesterday.
The lack of variety in local news must
be ascribed to the communications which
will be fully as interesting as any news
might have been.
Mr. Robt. Stewart contemplates open
ing a saloon opposite this office, some time
soon. Bob is one of our wide awake young
men, and success to him, say we.
Mrs. Foster, of St. Francis, Mo.,
has been here for a week on a visit to her
mother. Mrs. J. B. Philips. She returns
toher home next Wednesday.
Mrs. Wood, wife of Col. Wood, re
turned to this city from Chicago yesterday,
accompanied by her sister, whose hus
band died in that city a few days ago.
The Mecham case will be called in the
Mound City court to-morrow. Some of
our citizens have been asked to be present
and testify as to the good character of the
woman who is under suspicion.
The Illinois Central railroad has still
more business than it can attend to with
dispatch. There are four hundred freight
cars at di'Tercnt stations between here aud
Centralis, waiting to be unloaded.
Mr. Jamc W. Stuart book-keeper of
the City National bank, has copyrighted a
book for keeping accounts with depositors
that will on its own merits, fiud its way
in into every banking house in the country.
The Mississippi Valley Transportnm
company's elevator, at the foot of Ek'ht
street, yesterday loaded two barges with
grain tor New Orleans. Six thousand bush
els of grain was the amount transferred
from one barge into another.
The Southern Illinois fruit crop pros
pect is said to b flattering. Peach, apple
ami ciierry trees are iiki t trtiit onus
while the strawberry plants are more favor
able for a large er p than tlcy have been
The tickety, patched up old building,
which for a number of years, has been an
eyesore to not a tew our citizens was yes
terday torn down. The lot on which it
stood will probably be filled as thin nd-
joining it have been.
That Canada weather prophet basso
far proved a grand success, almost as com
plete as the "Faultless" cigar the best ever
sold in thU market for five cents. Whole
sale and retail, by F. Korsmeycr. Ohio
Levee, corner Sixth street.
-Next Tuesday evening at Washington
hall, the Cairo Ca.sino will give their an
nual masrpierade. The commit'eft in
charge are leaving no stone unturned to
make it a grand puccess. No Improper
characters will be admitted, and an evening
of genuine enjoyment is guaranteed to nil.
Yesterday was St. Valentines day, and
the mails lcre, as elsnwhere, were loaded
lown w ith missions, either sentimental or
onuc. The comic "vals'' S"ein to be in
greatest demand this year, as ii-ual, and the
book stores, although they laid in a large
stock, will probably have very few, is imy,
to carry over until next year.
.1. G. Stilt tz" star company presented
"Alone" at the Alheiieuni hist night. They
h id a better house than at any previous
night during their present stay in the city.
Tint acting was g.xid and the audience well
satisfied. They w ill be here another night.
Monday night, and give everybody an op
portunity to tfc '"Celebrated Case" played
with more than average ability.
A. W. Pyatl's horse, while attached to
the delivery wagon ye-terd ay, came very
near breaking its neck. It wits while on
the approach to the Sixth street sidewalk,
back of Haitman's, that he became fright
ened, and backing the wagon, run it off
tin; approach, pulling the horse with it,
I loll i horse and wagon turned a summer
sault, bnt nothiii'.: but the liarnt.ss was In
- Winch; No; we shall never again
apply that word to Bill Scott's bu-lness
place. The ripened harvest of our
musings has taught us better has lnught
our youthful tongue not to utter faintly
forth such words us "ranch" about a place
which is really nothing less than a cassa
grande. We fain would be on good terms
witli Scott mill, would he bill bend hi pu
tieiit en t to tit, we would, tilth soft persua
sive speech, hold them in blissfiilslavery.aud
assure him Ihat the harsh Hounding word,
"ranch" hhoiild never again jar his sensitive
eats. I'.ut he is wicked, heartless and stub
boiu and won't listen to ti.; nor pciinit us
toeiiibrnce and kiss him. This being thu
stub; of ittl'iirs. we are. angry and make k)
bold as to say it here ami now, tlmt his sa-
loon b, and never has hem, uiiylhing less
than a cassa graude.
Sheriff Jack Hodges left for thu Ches
ter penitentiary yesterday morning with
sixteen piisoners, Not having given tho
complete list before, we give tlieir names,
the otlenco they have comtnitcd und the
number of years for which they go, as fol
lows: Jas. 11. Leonard, confidence game,
two years; Jas. Rice, burglary, two years;
Henry Murphy, larceny, two years; Alice
Murphy, larceny, two years; Chas. John
son, larceny, two years; A. J. Bowers,
larceny, two years; Allen Johnson
larceny, three years; L'jo Myers, confidence
game, three years; Henry Snyder, larceny,
four, years:. Albert Newman, burglary,
three years; Jas. Nugent, burglary, one
year; Mike Whalen, larceny, two years;
Robt Sullivan, burglary, three years; Win.
IlackcU, burglary, one year; Frank Bur
nett, burglary, two years; John Bui ke, as
sault to murder, one year.
We have been asked by several Irish
men, whether or not resolutions compli
mentary to Parnell were adopted at the
mass meeting held in the court house last
Monday night. Ve published the pro
ceedings of the meeting, together
with the resolutions passed, the next
morning, but for the benefit of
those who are yet in the dark we will say
that no such resolution was introduced or
passed. This was, of course, not intended
as a slight Every Irishmen in Cairo is
well known to be in sympathy with Parnell
and to approve of the efforts
of the man who come here
with u thousand paid tongues left yelping
on the shore behind him; with curses and
epithets hurtled through the waves, to rise
up against him wheu he lauded in New
York. Weeks before his foot touched the
whart the New York Herald hail coupled
demagogue, traitor and cowardice with his
name, barricading its villainous Insinua
tions with the saying "if;" but hearts of a
people growing prophetic iu the liyht of
the last decade's history in the I'liited
States, rose up to welcome a man w ho came,
not us a demagogue appealing
to passion; not as a coward
fleeing from the danger of arrest in his
own country, but. says the National View,
he came as an apostle of the principle, old
a3 the universe, and mighty as force, which
declares that every man has the right to
live and enjoy the fruits of his labor inde
pendent ot the will of tiny other man or
number of men under heaven. Tiik Bcl
lktis believes with the Irishmen of Cairo,
that Parnell is the champion of a faith,
which is not a creed. but
a truth and which the ag-s have
held folded in their teaching and en
volved for man's happiness whenever his
hand has been ready to take
it: the truth that "Land can not be owned
by any man; it belongs to the human
race.'' The right of every man to presw.
his foot upon the springing turf, and take
front his primeval mother's ample breast
the supjdies which w ill give him strength
aud happmes.-; the power to stand with
face uplifted to the blue of heaven, swept
by the eir of morning, wanned with the
sunlight of creation, and, thank God, for
country, home and labor.
Service in the German Lutheran church
will be conducted by Rev. K. Knappe, as
U 'V. B. Y. George will conduct the
regular morning and evening services at the
Rev. Mr. Talmage wants a free heaven.
Hasn't somebody wisely suggested that the
way to make peoplf go to church is to
charge an admission tec?
Father Hogan will conduct services in
St. Joseph's chuf. h.on the eornov of Cross
and Walnut streets. Vespers a' the usual
Thu Alton Pass, correspondent of the
Joiit'slhiro Ga.ette says: "Rev. B. Y,
George, of Cairo, delivered an excelVnt
discourse at Bedlem's hall last Sunday."
Bob Iiigersoll made f-Jti.aoii last year,
by abusing the Bible, while a Toronto
preacher, died of starvation : an 1 an cv
change asks if it is not about time for an
- Bev. David A. Bonnar will conduct
the usual services in the Church of the Re
deemer (Kpisropnl). on Fourteenth street,
between Washington and Walnut, at the
- Father Masterson, of the Roman Cath
olic church, on the conn r of Ninth street
and Washington avenue, is on hand to con
duct services this morning nnd hold Sun
day school in the altcinoon. Vespers at '2
It will tlotibtlcs prove of interest o
the renders ol Tnii Bci.lktin to learn that
the following regulations for Lent, which
commenced Wednesday, have been issued
by his excellency, Cardinal McCloskey:
First-All the week days of Lent, from
Ash Wednesday till F.astei' Sunday, arc
last days ol precept, on one meal, wit h the
allowance of a moderate collation iu the
Second The precept of fasting implies
also that abst'uiencn from the use of llesh
meat. But, by dispensation, the use of
flesh meat is allowed In this diocese at the
principal meal on Mondays, Tuesdays and
Thursdays of Lent, with the exception of
Third There is utiiiher fast imr absti
nence to be observed on Sundays lu Lent,
Fourth-It is not allowed to use fish
witli fresh meat at thu sumo meal lu Lent.
Fifth There Is no prohibition to use
eggs, butter or cheese, provided tho rules
of quantity prescribed by the fast bo com
Sixth Laid may be used in preparing
fish, vegetables, etc., etc.
Seventh The church excuses from tho
obligation of tho faetiug (but not of ab
stinence from fresh meat, except m special
cases of sickness or the like) the following
classes of persons : First, the infirm; sec
ond, those whoso duties are of an exhaus
ing or laborious character; third, persons
who are attaining tlieir growth; fourth,
women in sickness or nursing infants; fifth,
those w ho ure enfeebled by old age.
for the Sunday liulleliu.
"The frlctida who In uttriuiishlue live;
hen w inter comes are llowu,
Anil he uo has hut tears to kiv-',
Musi tvvep luou lours uloue.''
Let us not weep too long or grieve too
greatly over the discoveries of treachery ,or
unfaithfulness in those wo trusted fondly'as
friends. Let us not dispair because
have made mistakes m our blindness, by
enshrining uuworthy embodiments. We
may have chosen unwisely, and, perhaps,
have not always founded our ideal friend
ship on the sound and alone enduring busis
of moral worth. Hence our bitter disap
pointments, are sent to teach us a higher
standard, a clearer insight, a higher wis
dom when we again choose a friend. No
matter how prepossessing in manly dignity,
how bewitching in feminine beauty, how
exalted in social stature, and possessed of
all the outward graces that attract and win,
if the heart be not sound with fearless
truthfulness and love of right, he or she is"
unwoithy of the nam.: of friend.
If selfishness rules the life, it cannot ad
mit the benigu iniluence of charity and
benevolence, if vanity and pride are guid
ing stars, they will s. rve only to mislead.
If uo faculty of stcritice dwells iu the
spirit, that friend will fail you in the hour
of need. The heart tlmt is closed against
"another's woe," will turn coldly away even
from tin; companion of many hours when
tlie winter of udver.-ity sets in. But if we
build only on the indestructible founda
tion of a noble character the temple of
friendship will endure forever. A tried
and trusted tri-nd! What a soothing
charm in the words. One who shares the
lofty aspiri itio. is of my spirit with a sym
pathetic comprehension and fuii apprecia
tion, who makes my care
his own. my sorrow his thought,
my joy recompense. The shadows that en
circle me cast their reflections on his life;
t'le brightness opening before me is a
source of delight to hkn. In his heart my
very moo 1 finds rep aise; my soaring fan
cies meet his own winged thought; my
consecrated ambitions win his blessing:
he understands my purposes of lif con
strues aright my motions, and even inspires
Uie for the beautiful, the good, the true.
When the cold hau l of the world gives
me stones tor bread, my friend's hands dis
pense to me tin: sweetened bread of tiue
In his large hospitable soul I find all
compensation's for the coldness and heart
Icssness of others. From all tho turmoils
of business, care and antagonism ou'side,
I ri.'fct ill peace l.enealll his widespread
tent. My dreams of hope and earth, and
heaven tind the glowing response of a heart
that cntTtains like aim? of beauty. Kveu
in silence there is accoid of thought be
tween us. To tind and keep this trien l I
must be worthy. I tnut purify iiij every
feeling and ennoble my purposes anew. I
must render unto him the tilting tribute of
perfect trust, and receiving this he w ill sus
tain my weakness, nnd add greatly to my
strength, and my whole life w ill be exalted
by this friendship.
When we'return thanks f r all the hhss
ings showered upon us fir material pros
perity and spiritual advancement h-t us
not forget to prai.-e Rim for the bo.n that
brightens lite with re s 1mm heaven the
possesion of a true friend. I. A. M.
C.uito. Ills., Feb. l i. lso.
TUANSFEIW OF REAL ESTATE
l-Olt Wl.l. li KMilMt KKlint'.MtV M Til, A. I).,
WL KKI'OIITKt) ItY M. li sl l'.HIlAY
CO.. KIvW. Ks'TU'K A'il.Ms.
Chas. F. B.ibe.K-k and wife to Charles E.
Pratt, W. D. Consideration -f.MoO. N
lit' of se (i- and se ijr of se qrof section 17,
township M, south range '-i, west.
E. B. Garrighty an 1 wife to K ite Gale,
W. D. Consideration -$!t)i). Pt of sec
tions "'i and ":), township 14, south range
:, west : !).".,' acres.
E. B. Garraghty and wife to Lawrence
Gale, W. D. Considersation 1. -4 t I . pt
of section 4, township I "i, range I!, we-t:
J.G. Rolwing and wife to Janus Miller.
(J.C.I). Consideration -ij'.'lii. Sw i;r of
sw qr, section 11, towuship l.V south range
William Ihiden et als to William Brack
en, S. W. D. Consideration -f.'.OOU. Sw
(r and sw ip-of uw, section lo; lots 1, ft, 8,
10, section Hi, township lo, south range:),
Master in Chancery to Egbert A. and Jas.
R. Smith; deed, Consideration 11,4'iO.
Lots 1 and 3, Monk !W, city.
James Lawrence to Moses F. Goodman,
V.". D. Consideration-sfolK). Ehfswqr,
section :il, township I I, south range 3,
M ,1-lha A Coulter to Allison II. Steel. S.
W. I). Consideration -$;im. Lot 31, blk
37, first addition to Cairo.
H. II. Spencer to Carrie E. McGaliey. (J.
C. 1). Consideration $3.00. Lots 7 and
H, block 40, first addition to Cairo.
Enri'oii Bfi.LLTiN : Having learned that
the leap year party leaves the "M to 13
club" In debt eighty-two dollars, wo should
like lo be informed why an assessment of
two dollars eiie.h was made upon the mem
bers ol said club without even a meeting of
the "M to 13" executive committee, to au
thorize or sanction such action? Or, if
such meeting were held, let us have it pub
lished report that will make matters clear
to several iMfUinEiia.
"Ami li crie.i unto the Lord, unt the Lord show
od linn a tree, which when he bad cast Into the .
ers, the waters were Iliad; e!t."i- Exodua xv
chapler i!8lli verse,
Wait though the cup is bitter.
And the night is so daik, alas!
Even the night bird's song is an omen
Wait the longest Dight must pass.
Wait, though the sweeping tempest,
Peats around the uushelter'd fonn ;
Let faith illumine the darkness,
And sunshine will follow the storm.
Wait, though shadows are lyintr,
O'er the murmuring river's flow
Beneath the mountain ledges,
Lo! the coral berries glow.
Wait, o'er the castle's ruin,
O'er the lonely deserted pile;
With the clinging ivy tendrils,
Lo! the summer wreaths her suiih'.
Wait, though we hear Fate's whisper,
In many a prophetic sound
Yet amidst the clouds of battle,
Is the dauntless hero crowned
Wait, though thy feet are weaiy,
And the cliffs are rude ami gray;
Thou an near the peacctul summit,
Where the mist shall pass away.
Wait, though the reeds are shiv'ring,
Whert sweep the winds of the mom ;
For the quiet hours are coining.
When the holy stars tire born.
Wait, by the bitter fountain,
Though scorching the noon-tide hea' -Waiting
with earnest prayer,
"The waters shall be made sweet."
-Katk W- .
LI.-T OK I.KTTKK KI-'.MAININ'I IM M.l.l-.l)
KOIl IN TIIK POSTOKKICK AT CAIUO, II I.
KKUIUAIlY 14tll, 1SU.
Anderson, Sue '.: Boyd, Flla; B.ov::.
Ann; Bridle, Sarah; Bradshaw. Finn;.;
Bowman, Lizzie; Brown, Ger'.ien; Clancy.
Nellie; Dunn, Alice; Dickerson, A:i:iie;
Fox, Ardine; Graves, Annie: Hogan. Klla;
Haii, Kmeline; Ilarr.il, L. V.; Heipl".
R-.eiiel: Jones, M:gg; Jones, Molli-; K it -dricks,
('.: Kelly. Lorinda; Levis. Maty.
Louis, K. C. L.; Mcl.ane, James; Morris.
Mollie; McCarthy. Mrs.: Miller, J-sie:
McGrath, Margaret; Morton. Ellen ; Miili
ken, Becca: O'Connell, M. C; Pulley. Ar
nie: Poote, John ; Petri.-. Mattie; B.bin
son. R'Sina: Robinson, Martin; Robert
sou. Hannah : Sandusky, Haiti'-: Shuium,
Jennie; Sullivan, Fannie; Stallswor'.:,,
Miry: Taylor. Emma; White. Mary;
Walker, Katie, ','; Williams. Catherine;
( KNTI.I.M LN .
Adini, Aherl: liakei. N. W.: Bright.
Milton: B.'ei:, O-car: Colli -;-', Anionic L. ;
Cuuiun'ngs. ('. J.: Champney, D. V.;
Cooper, Isaac; Co;lnt. James; Cox. Ma'.t.;
Doiinels.'U. F. J.: Cipvm. Henry: Hunt. A.
PH.: Hobart, II. C; II an I v. J.; IIa. N.:
Carrison. W. A. ,).; Jon-s. Cas.ve'.l; Jones,
Dick; Johnson, Sipiire; Logan. A';;
Lane. Albert: Lym.m. Geo.; Mills, K. R ;
McLuterc, J. II.
McM it:. John. :i
McG c, John:
Wagner. Patrick; Mi
Martin, J. is. .
M is-i.-r. Jack :
Mi-. R. W.;
er, Stephen ; M. Co;-
inick. Win; Norman, Frank; olney, G. G ;
j Pirtle, F. W.; I'erk'. L-vie; Pi-:;. Phil;
It. '-r .i i ,. .
runup-, i. nar.ie; imik. ii!.t..n; Ke-s, .mo.:
Rogers, Meely; Scott, Charlie; Shillas- Kli,
Suiiigne, James; Scoies, Colin; Seifo,
Win.: Scully, Win.; Scott. W. II.; Shchn;,
Win.: Tilson, John; Tiioni is, Knob; Tr
ver.S.D.; William, Chas ; Wil-on. Kii. .
Walter, Frank; Withy, Jerome; Ztnone,
Louis: Zirion?, Louis; Zighr, Note.
persons calling tor any oi' tlie above '
teis will please "advertised."
Gho. W. M Keaio.
A Down Tow n Mkucha.nt having j.sm'.I
several sleepless nights, disturbed by the
agonies and cries of a stitl'eriiig child, a:. i
becomii.g convinced that Mrs. Win.-dow's
i Soothing Syrup wa, jut the article m eded,
procure I a Mippiy for tic child. On reach
( ir.g home and acipiaiuting his 'cii'e w it:
I what he had dene, she retu-ed to have it
, itdminislt red to the child, as she wa
strongly in favor of hoinn'pnthy. Th.t'
night tiie child pas-ed i:i sull'eriug. and th
parents without sleep. Returning ii:i;.
the follow ing day, the father found tie' b ibs
still wore; and while contemplating ai.
other sleepless nLl.t, the inothei stepped
I'm in the room to attend to some doniesiic
du'.ii s, and left the father with the child
' During her absence he administered a pot .
' lion of the Soothing Syrup to the baby, an. I
sa; I nothing. That night all bauds s'.e;-:
well, and tin: little fellow awoke in toe
I morning bright and happy. The mother
. was delighted with the sudden and wonder
fill change, and although at liv-t ofi'i ude l
at the deception practiced upon her, has
Continued to use the Syrup, and sulfeiing
crying babies and restless nights have dis
appeared. A single trial of the Syrup nev
er yet failed to relieve the baby, and over
come the prejudices of the mother. So! I
by nil druggists. .Twenty five cents a hot
tie. flMIK CKLKIIHATKI) (JLYC'KRINK LOTION
J- kIvc Immediate, relief, nnd a rsdical cure
Itlii'iutintlsiii, Ni'tu-iilglii. Malutia.
Dirtliiheriii, riii'iiiiinniit, Sure Tlinml
hilliiiiitinttlaii nl' the Lungs, Kit'..
I.itme. Hack, Iiilhiinmntloiiof the Kldnevn, llmk
iiehc, Piles, nunliiliK, (ir Soietii fa nl' the feel front
whulever cuilfc, lluni ur Senilis, mid all 1 n IT n tit m n -tnry
DUmiihi'h "SiiHiiiuIn" will mvti Hie. Do nut
liriileet Ml hay 0 liellli'.
Our I U u tit i n ii lod circular sent freu on implicit! tun
1v letter. , , ,
We eiiiirnnlei) uttl'luellmi or money r:itiiided,
Price, Vie. nnd $1 per bet lie.
Trial buttles . '
Hamubi. Okiiiiv Si i;sii'st,
I'rnprleltirn. ifl" llruntt w ty, Now Yotk
Trsdc lupplled by Jiurrloou, l'luuiuier Co.