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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1880.
A I.I, ADVhl.TlsKM KNT.H la lhl column. ((
is line ncli or ! will lie puM'shi'il tor'.'.''
nl nun lUMiiHon ; Hnitis. Ml cent; I !. I11;
I mnnil. I 'm; ;i uionlhs llhoiu i-huiii."'. $1 .(' l.r
nuBili Km h additional llur. prorul i, Siliiiinoiis
KOK SAL K
Dwelling anil lour lots -very deslraMc property -on
ouiln.t cm hit Till street and.lcrtcisou Avenue.
M. .1. IIOWI.KV, Idol Miitu AK' iil
OtMiK mill purchaser or real estate In Culm
ban lit In- sure they have t food tlllii. I mn now
prepared lo liirnlshalistracts ai rtimll ratca.
r r M KASTKIIDAY.
OMce. III Court II. mm.
An order so ul lor ldo. if mi any style
flrstclsss M.'inlli'-i-lioii I'luuo. Will hi) mid low.
Apply Ml this otticc.
Mrs. L .1 Uvrin' run iicioinmodiite a few day
boaders. aluo liiMril unit room for I wo. Prices very
low. Applv at Iht house ni'Xt ID the Catholic
church ou Wa-liinijtoii aM'iiui'.
HOT" AM LOT KDK SAI.K
House ami lot situated on .IcfVersoii and Thir
leeu'h uri'tT li.'twi'iTi.li'fti'r'oii and 'ilar strict-.
Said property sltiiHicrt an lollims. lo-mi: i.im until
kered ii:n iiloi k wunlicr (1) In the Thiol addltlnu
lothccin. oi Cairo. Tor further particular in
ciolrcat tin iioiiw. THOMAS. II. INTLIt.
Dated till-, lltli da nfr'cli. 18ri.
the daily bulletin;
KNTtHKU AT TIIK I'OST OKKICK IN CAIUO, IL
LINOIS, AS HKl'OND CLASS MATTKU.
Ol'rli'IAL l-AI-hltOK AI.KX ASDKU COl'NTY.
Only Morniiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
HlHNAl owe. i
Cairo. 111.. Fuhruar) Si 1SH0 I
Time. Bar. Ther. Hutu Wind. Vil Weather.
H a in :M.1:
T " :i.lii
Maximum Tcinperalurc. Otis ; Minimum Tom
pernure. 4(1 s ; Itiiiul'iill 0 Inch .
Hirer W feel 1 inch.
W. II. HAY,
Si'l j't Signal Corns. I'. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
II. MARFAN, M. I)..
Hofuoo'Mithu' Physician ami Surgeon.
Jfllci 11 t. iinereial avenue. Hesldcnee corner
" luticeulli M. and asliiuirton avenue, i airo
It. E. W. Wlli'l'LOCK.
Owen No. J:K ( orn in .rein I Avenue, between
ii:uih ami Ninili Stfcu.
R. W. ('. .KH'Kl.VN.
OFFIi K- Kli!litU Mri't, noar C'limini'rrlii! Ari'iniK.
Notary Public anil Coiiveyaneer.
OFFIC E : With tlic Widows' and Oorpnatu' Mu
ual Aid Socii-iT-
IT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND I'ADICAII.
Tlie Kii'unt Siili'wlifel I'A'u'lieiT S'amiT
S2 CI LAMP ION
A.. I HI ft CliTk.
Leaven Cum i-n-rv Mmnl.iv anil Tlmrn.l.iy fur
(' Uirarili an. St. I ouU. and nay lamliir. T
freight or pUHna::i- apply to sul. A sll.VKK,
U. WUKCKIXfi C'OMI'ANY.
ll.m n'.utkiiieil thru wrei kiuij IiohI
; CHARLIE HILL
At l niro. wlip" t li Uavi' I'v. ryi'iiii'.' ih'i-iIimI In
tlin fliv-ri' li'i,-. Kti aui pinnti, llni'H. lilm-k'. un
flmrH. Will lnrr or I'onfsi't for all kind" of
(hIj maritii- work
III HAM HILL. it. .1. L. MULL' l(isi.
I airo. lllc. l.niilnvlllo. K.v.
At A. llii'.ley'n on ConnuiJicinI avenue op
osile Sovi'iith stioi't. The luryest ami
tiui'st stock to Ik tiiuml in tlm city. Tin
ami hollow wure of till kinds. Fine cut
lury, u larTi! assortment of bird cages.
Fishing tackle in gretit variety, honks
lines, rods and reels. Shot guns find hunt
ers' outfits, ammunition, etc. A new sup
ply of the liissell carpet sweepers. Gulden
und farm implements. Flower baskets
and hardware of all kinds. Carpenters'
tools, cross-cut saws, wood saws, etc.
rooking stoves, the best in the market.
Call ou him and examine his stock rind
prices before yon buy. t
There will be n public lecture nt Tem
perance Hull on Tueiay. the in.st. at
.7 ::t(l p. m., under the auspices of. ('liro
Lodge 1412 Knights of Honor. The public
is cordially invited. Sulyect '"Knights of
Hi nor and Their Mission."
1 'iTiii.'dii'iit ly ( 'm'os
I.IVKK C( )MPLA, INTS
1)1! li. II. I I.ALK. s.mlli Hitii. Vt.. hiivh: "In
rnsi " of Kliiin' 'I iiiuIi'm h it li.i in i ni likf a i'Ii inn.
It lin cured 'mil y virrv bud of I'ili'f, mid
line im'VI'i failed tn ui't I'tiii'li'titl.v
N KLSUN F-Mllf lill.ll. ol si. Allmiio. 't .-ay.:
''It In of prk'i'l i'Hf vnliie Allrf -itren i'Hi iiI
'real I'lilfi'ilnij fi'iin l'il'' and ('iiliM'in" il i'iiiii
pii-ti'U -in-i d in. '"
(' S. 1I()(.M!H. nflliik-'liiri'. niy. 'iiin- park
BL'1 llii doll'1 uoihI'T" IiT no in rotnpii'irly curium
"i-M-ie I.ivr aim Moiii-v l nuipialn!.
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liKi'.M SK IT AI TS (iN Till: l.lKK. TIIU
MOW Kl SAMl KIHM.S ATTIIF. s. MKTIMK
lli'i nuti' il rli iiiii' tin' "ii'in of 1 1 1 iiiiiiiionn
LiimiiiK 1 It nt .1 I in Kiiliii" and I limiry
Ililuunii'"".. .1 :i li wt in-, t'ni'ilipiitiiiii. I'ih'
Dl id Klii'liuiiiti-ni. Nr'.'.tal'.'ia uml I i ni:i:eili-iMili'i-.
KIiM:V WoI!T i a ilrv v,-c't:ii,!c- . . in u 1 1 1 1
soil mu lie ""Hi In iniiil 'H iii:ii
One I'.H'Kll!!- It ill Illlike MX ill;il ls ol' .Meilieilli'.
TltV it now:
l.uy it nt the llinsu'l-l". I'l'iee. l (m.
WFI.I.s. IIU'llAllllxiN A Ml.. I'mpiletnr-i,
HtirHm-toii Vl. :l
COAM coal: !
I am prepared to fumi.-h the citizens of
Cairo with a miod quality ot coal at the
lowest rates. Upon leaving orders at the
corner of Tenth and Commercial, it will be
delivered to any part of the city.
SILVElt PLATED TABLE WA11E.
The knives, forks and spoons (tea or ta
lile)sciit out !y the Xi'W England Silver
Plate Co,, of New Haven. Conn., have al
ways given the best of satisfaction, us they
are mud)! of that puiot of metals, steel,
with pure nickel and silver. Any one
needing a supply ought to wnte for a circu
lar, or send 8"i cents for a sample set of tea
THE CHEAPEST PLACE
to go for hoots and shoes either to have
hem made to order or buy ready made, is
at C. Koch's, Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets. He bought bis
toi k of boots und hoes, leather and find
ings before the lale rise, and will give the
public the benefit by selling at the obi
prices. Do not tail to call when in need of
uooils in his line.
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Note Heads us low as $ per 1,000.
Letter Heads as low as ?"
Imperial '.fill !Lad as low a per
Hills Lading as low as .Vl per I.Oiili.
Envelops and printing to $1 (Id
I .--r l.lMin.
At Tun liri.i.hns job ofliee.
A Wosokhki'I. Ct it k ok Uiptiikkia.
Three of my children had Dipthena in its
worst form. Skin dry. lips parched, could
not swallow. Willi a feather 1 applied
(liles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia to the
tonsils, rubbed it over their throats and
chesN. ((real chunk-i of slutf came from
the throats, the skin became muit, fever
left them, and under the Almighly can.' I
attribute theircuie to Dr. (ides' Linine'iit.
.lane Kelly, corner Tonuelli avenue and
Bli't'eker st .ler-ey City Heights, N.,1.
I'l.l.soK Doi l'iilis. The fee of doctors i-
an item i li-.it very many persons are inter
ested in ju-t at present. We believe the
schedule for visits is sji;t. which would tax
a I'.iau cojilined to his b,d for a year, mi l
in need of a daily visit, m er $1.(11111 a year
for a ue'dical alien. lance alone! And one
single bottle of Hup Bitters taken in lime
would save the f l,iiiio ami all the year's
sickness. I "u.st.
( Io n) Evioii m i . Wh 'ii such men as the
l!ev. Dr. liaiikin. Uev. Dr. Ilaivey. Father
Fit. Gerald. Prof. Green. Dr. Marline. Col.
.John K. McCliesney, E. W, NelV, and a host
of others equally trustworthy, certify over
their own signatures to the marvelous ef
ficacy of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure, in the diseases for which it is recom
mended, it is time fo dismiss doubts on the
ltKin i.vTK.Tiii: Slckk'hons,- In our cu
ib avurito preserve health it is of the ut
most importance that we keep the secretory
svstetii in perfect, condition. The well
known remedy Kidney-Wort, has specific
in.... iu o ..nriniw nuso now before the T'V " ""' kldltevs liyer lltnL, bowels.
ii"'- 11 v -' i lion was me nreseoce ui inu
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Wasiiinoto.n, Feb. 20th, .
Bcoatc, on petition from citizens of Balti
more, which has an actual hearing on real
civil reform. Four or five men formerly
employed in the Baltimore postofllec, state
that th-y have bjen removed from their
positions because, in a recent investii.tiiiti
they testified against tins post master. They
ay they were tald by the postmaster g'.n
eral that they should not bo disturbed for
unything they might testify to. They ask
to be reinstated. An administration thor
oughly in earncst,but:ked by congress.i'ould
unquestionably give to the hi rvicc of the
l,t)veniment a far higher character than it
now has. Th? present case is one ou
which perhaps, a beginning may properly
ho made. The senate committee on civil
wirvice will ut once inquire fully into the
A member of the Democratic national
. )uiuittee said l&st uight that the couiuiit-
Senator Blaine, who, in spite of recent de
nials, is believed to be willing to a take sec
ond place on the Grant ticket in certain
contingencies, The New York Times
spenkim,' of the banquet, adds with evident
relish that of the entire number of guests
net a single friend to John Sherman was
found. There is, however, one thing to
be said in Mr. Sherman's favor. lie
would make a considerably belter presi
dent thai! ('"'ii. Grant.
'"Kiev of 'in il Ii ls o p Likk" arc more
prevalent nnd distressing than bilious dis
orders. The symptoms are low spirits,
want of energy, restlessness headache, no
appetite, sallow skin, costivom t-s and other
ailments which show the liver is in the
proper way to do it is to use "Dr. Sway-no's
Tar and Saraspnrilla Pills." Their effect
on the liver and Mood is wonderlul, re
moving pimples and all eruptions, leaving
the complexion fair and fresh as in youth.
Price 25 cents a Ikix of thirty Pills, or five
boxes fer $1. 00. Sent by mail on receipt
of price, by I)r, Swavne A Son, 3U0 North
Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
-- The aipe water is rising rapidly.
The drift which came down the Ohio
f yesterday wus initially heavy.
Messrs, Mulkey it Leak were last week
engaged in a law suit in Mt. Vernon. This
accounts for their absence from the city.
Already many persons who have ex
perienced good results from a few applica
tions, are highly elated over the action of
Thomas' Hair Son p.
Messrs. Broderiek & Yocuia, grocers
on the corner of Eighth and Washington,
have hud their business house painted,
thereby improving its appearance.
The weather Sunday and yesterday,
in the language of Paducah s swells, was
"immense" and the number of people
who enjoyed it ou the streets was "iuspir
ing," or vice versa.
Look out for counterfeit "Buzzard"
dollars. We were shown one yesterday
that looked precisoly like the genuine, ex
cepting that in the date 1878, the lust tji is
a little defective.
The Cairo and St.Lotiis railroad sent out
no train yesterday and there will be none
to-day, owing to the high water inteifering
with their track on the bank ot th" river
above the city.
Mr. C. E. Tuttle has been installed ill
the ofliee of the Illinois Central railroad.
He came here from the north, somewhere
about two weeks ago. His family arrived
On Sunday last two stray canary birds
were "taken iu" by a colored woman on
Sixth street, between the avenues. We
make mention of this fact iu order that the
citizen whose property they are may know
The North Cairo precinct committee
were out about four hours yesterday col
lecting subscriptions for the relief of the
Irish people, and their collections footed
up if 1 1 1.7o. Chas. Galigher Son headed
the list with $23.00.
Yesterday afternoon, while Mr. Heaf.
Snyder was at work ou a scaffold about
eight feet high, making some repairs at the
residence of Mr. C. It. Woodward, the
seatfnld gave way, throwing him to the
ground upon his back and injuring him
quite severely. Although his injuries caus
ed him considerable pain tor a time, tin y
are not of a character to lay him up.
Mr. Win. Hendricks, our city attorney,
was I'sterday engaged in furnishing one of
the hands inie looms over the Alexander
County Bank for his ofliee. He has laid
down a h indsome carpet and the furniture,
which is all new, gives the room the ap
pearance of a millionaire's parlor.
The bull given by the Uough and
Keady tire company, at their hali last night
was an unusually brilliant affair. The
crowd was large and the music choice.
ie gentlemen who had the management
ol the affair in hand, deserve much praise
since their effort tended no little towards
unking the ball the flattering success it
miie of our people are duulitless in
terested in the case of Bhey Boyd who was
arrested in tins city last wceK. I lie trial ol
ie accused was concluded Saturday last
ii-L"' Houston holding him iu bond
of $2.11 for his appearance to answer at the
next meeting of the grand jury which as
sembles in ,lnlv next.
-Mr. .lolm Brown and Mi- Mattie
Haines were married by Squire Comings
en Sunday, last. Mr. Brown is one of our
most industrious young men who is gener
ally esteemed. Miss Ilaynes. is the daugh
ter of Mr. Haines who is foreman of llalli
day's cooper shop. She is a very worthy
young lady of many excellent qualities.
Imagine the feelings ol a poor woman,
who for seventeen years has b"cn bed
ridden from lheiimatisin. and suddenly
find-herself able to walk. Such was the
f'Xpc:iciico of a lady in Waseca, Minn., of
whom the I'ev. F. W. Buehho! reports
that, alter u-i:ig the M . .1 o ou's On. for
three d i's, .she was able to get up ;md walk,
The Metropolis Democrat pays the fol
lowing deseivel compliment to Judge
Green: ".lud;e Green iie-eives much at
the hands the Democratic parly of this
state, a id especially ol Southern Illinois.
He is an able lawyer, n profound thinker,
aud stood siUU"e up to his party when it
meant something to avow Democratic piin
ciples." The Champion, having had her boilers
repaired by Mr. Smith Torrenee, has left
the foot ol Eighth street, and is now on
her way to St. Louis, rejoicing. Hereafter
her middle f the week trip will end at
. KJ. 1 --.less in i ne .Missis-
'bio for her lo go
Vl'W illYFUT.1' ' '
poet of old that "it Is better it should be
said, here I ran awuy, than here was
The committee composed ot Messrs.
Howley, Mockler, P, Greauey and Mamell,
were out collecting again yesterday. This
committee, which collects only in South
Cairo, has so far succeeded in collecting
nearly three hundred dollars, and the North
Cairo committee, which is composed of
Messrs. ftichard Walsh and James Greauey
has succeeded in raising about one
hundred and thirty dollars--making the
total amount collected to date four hundred
mid thirty dollars. This speaks well for
the liberality of our citizens for which they
will be amply rewarded if the prayers and
blessings of a Buffering people cau be re
garded a reward. Iu a day or two we
expect to publish the entire list of those
who have contributed to this fund,
The music of the Comique band, un
like tin) girls, gets better and sweeter as it
grows older. Considering that the band is a
small one, the amount and character of the
music they make is, well -marvelous -we
might as well say.
Harry Walker opened bis Theatre
Comique last night with an unusually
large troupe. The actors und actresses are
all said to be first rlass strti.-ts in their
particular roles and form and almost irre
sistible attraction to pleasure seekers
Our readers should not forget that a
public lecture will be delivered in the Ite
form hall at 7:IJ0 o'clock to-night. The
subject: ''Knights of Honor and their
mission" is one that will interest and in
struct quite all our citizens and will lie dis
cussed with eloquence by a gentleman of
ability. Don't forget this.
Louisville Commercial: Alter one act
of Pinafore, last Monday night, front the
Church Choir company, it was settled that
the engagement would be an ovation. The
freshness aud skill of the solo voices, with
out exception, and the remarkable precis
ion and individual merit of the chorus,
won enthusiastic applause irom all; it was
indeed Pinafore music that was heard, and
for the first time iu Louisville. The acting
of the company was found to be satisfac
tory; the voice of August Liverman is im
mense. Last night the theatre w as crowd
ed. The delightful engagement closes
Leavenworth Times: The Georgia
minstrels are now the largest original
'"darkey" troupe now traveling through
the United Slates, und gave out; ot their
side-splitting entertainments on Tuesday
evening. The hall was filled, and the muis
tre'.s were greeted with rounds of applause
at each outburst ot hutu-innis originality.
The troupe is composed of genuine planta
tion darkies, and some of the best clog
dancers in the country. Their wit is of
the Mined order and need not make the
most fastidious uncomfortable.
Of the splendid dramatic production,
Nip and Tuck, the Oil City Derrick sa:
"It is no exaggeration to suy the play
w h the most amusing and entertaining pre
sented here this season. ILrry Webber is a
whole circus of himself alone, and Fitz
patrick is a menagerie, with thirty-six ele
phants. Little Camilla Gardner., aged sit
yens, performed her part very credi nbly.
Those who did not attend inised n rare
treat, and should never miss an opportunity
when offered in the future to witness tne ec
centricities of 'N'ip and Tuck.'"
This famous organization will perform at
the Atlc'ticum. on next Thursday. Re
served seats are now on saie. without extra
ch:ir.,e, ;it D in Hailmaii's.
IU STON BUTTE I'.
This celebrated choice butiei al the New
York Store by the tub 27 cents, by the cady
lor family use s cents.
C. O. Pat i Kit & Co.
Squire Osburn's ofliee was yestenlay
visited by officer Lilly in company with
three roughs who had disturbed the peace
of our up town people on Sunday la-t.
They were each filled five dollars ami ousts.
- Butiio.ss iu our police courts yesterday
was a little more lively than it had been for
several days past mid the dust which had
gathered on the uudistui bed dockets was
brushed off by the sleeve of our various
justices and the "big book" was kept open
Hattie Henderson for sassing an officer
of the law was escorted into Justice Com
ings' office by Officer Ilogan. The officers
had found coal piled upon the sidewalk
in front of her dwelling and upon request
ing her to remove it were "sassed." us they
atlirm. She was fined five dollars find
Jesse Ueed, a man of big mouth and
active tongue iust the kind to get into
trouble was "towed" before "the man
whose white hair and bald head makes
him look as w ise ns Solomon." The ot-
VKW W t' I IIOI ME i"imi.,,r fk"k
11 llloom. tioi'! Vm al W iiltm s, '
- : liriliiuif wiin tin- un", ": r'" oni irnniM charge against need was, that that
Hit ; Ciibi mn' Lit I Iu Thniiitht for Me.inc; I'm Oolim . , , ..
si cause or pro-
Hack lo Aliiluiina to Die. We; llrcak the New
lleiitly lo Motln'r. tllr; Hoim-lecu und Alono To
liiulil. 4"c: Sleep on. Little Durllti". Iiii-: Itomi'in
l r iriii old Folks nt Homo. Il)c; Cuini' WIhtu my
Love Lli'-i Preiimlne, Hk'. In order lo advertise my
new Musk' Hii'ise, I will, for Hie next sixty days,
end postpaid to any address liny of llirnliove pop
ular pli'irs of slii'id' intislu lor Kin. nwli, or Hie
wliolu lot -inwurtli nt Hie remtlur retail prlw)
for(fl. AdUrusH .1. II. IKiWAHD,
I.n Cross,'. Wis.
til, tun! only complete and authentic history ol llio
Grant Around World
It. (Ii'SitIIips Koynl Palaces, liuri" Curiosities,
Wealth and Wonders of the Indies, china, )upan
etc. A million ni'0)lu wain it nils Is tlio nesi
rliniiceof your life Id inaku money Hcwarti of
"catch penny" Imitations. Henil for circulars and
extra terms to nircnia. Address Niillimal I'unllsb
Ing Co., CHICAGO or BY. LUL'IB.
7"77 A YE All and expenses to ieoiiU. Outfit ftc
0 AddrcH, 1. U. VlCJiKKY, Aug-UBU, Malun,
fure n. nii'lullv abused Mr. So and
court In.. ...
third Mom. applied u recti to ueed in
aX!",'ueso.,''t- tive dollars aud co".
:.s!r,:r'ri.J,..,wto !,nM"1 Si
to Ihu untlersluni-u.. aw quiet of the
Dated this Urd day of ri UUUSUul "gift
33 H. .1. W. THOMAS'
A WONDEHFUL FEKTILIZKIl CONTAINING THE ACTIVE PF.INCTPLK FOB
T U K HUM A.Sr H A-II1.
The hair and scalp Id a normal condition, tlilcki-ua tliln hair, iitiips Its fitllliiii out an 1 prevent d iudruf.
All Scalv. Crusty, Cutntu'ous Kruptious of the Scalp, allays I tie Ihlilnij Setisatloti aud w 111 present! I !."
Hair for a l.ih ilnie,
IT WII.I, NO P HOI I.
The most dellcatu fahrlr. and Is dccidely preferable lo greasy ointments, deleterious toiilct and poi-.un
washes, while Ii Is much cheaper In price, and free from the unpleasantness incident to their us"
TIIK. HOAI KMI'IiOYKI)
Is pin ely viieetahle, ntnl simply u u-hli'lo coiilalniug costly Dn dlclnes spccllcally fur the hair nui sc i'p.
which iviualn Intact when Incorporated with a niiutrul su.ip.
Prepared under the Immediate lli. I W TIJiVU VQ n i c .i u i- .
iiitiiiciiunoi l'I, ' ' JlUJIAo, Hair and Scalp Special Lst.
Price 50 cent per cake. Three cakes $1.23. GEO. E. O'HAIJA, Sole Agt. Cairo, 111.
John McCaulitV was the tint man
brought before Justice Coinings. John
had, w iihmit provocation used profane and
This is his second visit since he quit b'.ni
iicss here some three years ago,
- A young lady disciple of aichery yes
abusive language to a lellow mortal who i terday remarked that when the season open i
was not deserving of bis epithets. The slt. wj lim. t p1(ivide herself with a n-w
Squire looked over Ins spectacles at John I beau- ir bow, we don't know which.
with steady and starching eye.
but John being "hardened at heart"
did not quail thereunder and was not in
duced thereby to plead guilty. Upon the
evideuce being given to the court it was
found that lie had been imeoiiimonly lib (rj TOBACCONISTS
eral in the expression of his vi 'w. and j
notwithstanding that this is a "i'ree coun
try" the "prisoner before the court'' was
fined ten dollars and costs. Ed McDeruiot
was the next who was brought before "the
Mr. E. A. Budei will return this m-::
i ing, from a very successful business trie-
through the south, visiting Wenona, Co!
inubuj, Vicksburg and other cities of ii""''.
IT HAs ;-.s i'is.MKi T )("Mi;us H Y o :.' :
WKMIji-.lt. HON. .ISO. P.. THOMAs -A I..;
TKK Kit M HIM To (AIT. W. M. WII.iJWH.
The following is an extract fr mi '.
buhl headed nun with gray whiskers." He Congress;, mal Becord of February H't'.:
was charged with the same offence - only ! "Mr. Th duas, by unaiiiniou- cons".i'.
he had been milder in his "veiy so." The presented a memorial of the Cairo Tuba, t ...
squire took due netie, of' the -milder" , 'I'""1 1:1 T'l i Muny citizen., toucMng
' . , , , ,, , ' the pres'-nt mode ot purchasing tob,ici;o by
part ol the evidence, and assessed .VDcr- t." a"-nt of certain foreign gov. ram-i'-,
mot only half the amount Mr. McAuliff which was reported to the coiumi:: :'
had been asked to fork over. ! ways und means, ami urdi-i-d to be j fin
ed in the Becord. It W!is as follows '
H-rM com" the un mo.-ul in fill. w!:i,"i
was some time ago published in T:ti: I'., i
1.1.1 IN and needs Imt be rep.'oduce I ;i! t,,;.,
time. Siaiilar memorial-) were soio-'ine
a sen by !hf citiens of N'i-hvi'.h'. TV. no
e-see, nnd other cities to their respect:'..
represent itive.s. who failed to pre-e n; 'li u
to coagrcs-. Mr. Thomas s u
th" tit-t t" act in the iiM"er
ani deserves praise ,.-'
his c-i:is'itU"iits for his proni;)'.'i.--.
Best hams in t!i" wurld at tii" N"v Ymk
store for 10)..' i ts. per pound, retail.
THEY "GATHERED THEM IN "
I'll L iiKKkKliS KAIPll'OS , si I'I'os' ) .'vii
HANK US SCIT KHAV Mt.HT I.A-1.
The ton talk yesterday wis the rod
whit h had mi Saturday night been made
by the ofiicers of the law, upon one of the
rooms of the busine-s place of M' ssr-. Ax-
ley it Wilson, on the coiner of Eighth and II i"W
ii" will distingui-h hiias-:!' !.
At about 1 1 eld o'clock tiie M ivor aii l the . whicli wii
a ni'ai:re thn.ugb that boi;,
giv- the net earv relief ;,)
police f..rce, compos "! of John !'. Hogaa. t h'c . . interests of the country, in ;u .
W. F. Schuekeis, Warre;i Wiuis, II. Dun- ing ;le.' i-uls coiupiaiiied of in the nu-m
ker, John 'l'yl"t. gained admittance into the
back card of Axl-v i M'il-on'.s business
riai.i. ne win oc o rveiKy eu: igv.'i .,y ,i:
who lnav be bell 'fitted !'V s-li-h ;ui
place, into which opens !h
Having gained this point on" of th
com approached th- door und gavr tie
cc.-sarv si-'iia! lo obtain admittance.
.-ii o: a (ncs:
an ) ile-'.i number is I
The following. i a letlei a i-il.-sv" i '-y
Mr. Thorna- to ( apt W. M W;!iia:m. ,'
ie this citv, in ref'-rem-o t- the matter, an I
door was opened at th." sign ii. but only s'ii-
ticieutly to gain a sight of
side whi.'Il III attempt
agtill close it. But
having succ.'i'de.l i,i i n r
wood into the opening, the.
door was found imp "sii
lie pel s in
wa' in a le :
ng a stiek of
closing of the
Ie. Tl.ev !et
tried to force th" d,i,.r ,e.--;i, but it being
brafed from within this wa- fie: mi im
possible. Through tii.' small open
ing they had obtain I. h.ovever. they
Xvere enabled to -i-e t:i" doings
o tliose wirimi a:' l :I is
t xplairts is"lf
Vs!l:Sl.1oS ) ( li b.. )7tll. !"S I
W M W I ; it m - I.-.. . . el Tn',,. . , H ii: J
'I -i"" l tiro. I:
I ! i; n -Your fiw of tb 1 i"ii :u
to'.vr.ug tie- luiiuoii.ii of ;,,. '',.ot.'
B..aid of Tla-i", nt ( air", and vail.,:;, c 1:
!s. ;is duly recciv'-d.
I will pre Tit it to tne house .f j,
t itiv-s. and huve it ie;', r i
t".' on foreign relations, w ith
ing action taken by the pi
to th" wt'j'.igs coiiip! ii:i d ot'.
'o the inii;ii:'
4 it'W t uSV-
r. ! it.v
t!i'4t the odicers stw tie
great pleasure in oiuiig ewiv'.hmg
poM-.-r i, i fo-tft an I pr .;.'i t tic t .iin-i .
i"ess 1. 1 our section.
'erv respei tf .ily .:; frien-i.
J N". I!. TlloM
( HEAP g-iods.
!!-' line i.;' ,-(. g nnd d: ie i f: :" :a
Caiio. Aip!"-. pe;t, lies, p ,-. -.. eu , -i; N m
.re. Buy y..iu go,.,, wh -ie tie y
lie cheapest .
C.o. P v i h i; A ( o
, a:'e s
Gn !.' Ii i i - cures painful tu"iistr.:.iti ..
Sold bv all di'iggis's. end for piiu.p.'ile!
Dr. (dl-,, 1-,'t) Vst Broad way. N. V. Tn..l
sie 21 cents. B. itcl iv B:o.. -ig-.uis.
Tut: action of Cartel's Lit:!" I.
is plea.ant. mild and uatur il
ly .stimulate the iiver.
b'.Wels. '.ut do not purge.
A Ml -HI UNI
iug materials thrown into th
burned. Upon having co:npl"t
ing of the gir.iblrng tooN ti,
opened und the presence of eh veil p'ron
disclosed. They wete placed under arrested
and Squire Comings-, who had )".'ii s..::t
f'r. placed tie-in under bond of li-:u "!ie
to two hundred dod-us e.u'h.
'1'his is one side of the tory. The other
iilfers only us to the manner the door was
opened, nu I ns to the burning of gambling
tools. It is alfiimeil by them that only nue
deck of cards w as burned, an I thai chips
were played I'm, and that no cash ei !nhg
e I hand,, but that the l-rwr simply iq,
plied th winners with cigars.
The nial was commenced in ,( die
Coming-' court vesterdav at '.' p. in. - -he
city attorney appea' oig for the pi o.-. cut -on ; , , t
and Mi. I). T. Linegur for the defense. A ! A L. LI. M .
cli'ingei'i venue wa. t Ueli oy tin.' deieiis,.
iiid the trial will coine up at 1 p. i.i. to
day before I!obilisoi.
The follow ing are a few of tii" lem-irks
concerning the raid, ma le to us ye.-icrd.i- :
Mr. . "A widow woman came to me
cniy the other day niui'told me Imr sou was
b-'iiig I'oiibed of all his earnings by profes
sional .sharps in that very house and asked
me to do something that would tend to
break it up, 1 referred her to the mayor."
Mi, F. "It is fir more dangerous tiian
Scott's p! co, against which you have said
so much since it is more attractive,"
Mr. P. "What do you think of a
house where a few professionals are per
mitted to tlcece mere boys of their earn
ings and stealings:"
Mr. N . "I tell you that ca-e will
never bo tried before Comings. No; never
be tried before a man who fined a pro
fessional gambler one hundred dollars,
Mr, W . "I am iu favor of saloons,
but I'll be d -d if 1 ever countenance a
Tle y g
-Mrs, Jno. Sheel, h is been very ill of
VOTICE OF FINAL SETTLfc
lu mailer of Estate ol Dyas T. riirkcr. dece.
To Ell.nlietli r. Linker. lvus v. i-araer, minium
Tweed Parker and J ode l'uikcr, hulrs at law of
Dya T. 1'nrker, deceased.
You aro heri'tiy notlllcd that I will, at thu Match
term of the County Court of Alu-ander Connty, to
lie hidden at Ihu court house, In c'nlro, Illinois, on
the Und Monday In March, next, present my llnal
rcportof the Mttluimintof thu accouM of said ea
tnlu, and apply for a dlscliarie ns admin strator of
miltl I'.tuto. Dated, Cairo, l"IV",,W'Bl7J1,i-
K, II. II MNINM11AII,
AdailDlitrator of Silatool Dywt T. Parker, Dic'd
- Vic met Dr. II. Wardner on the street
yesterday. - "' 1 ' ' " "" '
't'ae i .r-.-it ll' .'ii..nr ev-nt will ,ioiit! : ei . iri.n
tllrt ":li..i ll'tl
Tii.' la!"-; Kar.ip.-nii a:el Ni- o: k u, i
An it-Input ion and transluti'iii i.l A'i.i'ph D'Kn
nerj's l-'ri'in ti i iiiiiedy. " rra-orii.-i it iV
col.'t. " in lour ie -is, irsnsiated I.) .Ii.lm
tKealonl, iu MliK n tue I'ennw lied
IS If. I lurry Webber
will iippi'irss "NICHOLAS Nil'." uppiirted h
it p.. ' rial Hr iumiic ( i iiipanv, tinder the ni'in
a..!ii''iit of .Mi. .ItisEI'H A l-l'LICK.
Scenery Imported ."ml pninted alter Hi" o:i"'ti il
Act I 1,1-outids ulicut ll"iiiil'ort Aiiln-y Act H
The West Lawn ( hii'iilicr: HeNiil'.ut Ahliey Ma:
tier. Act III -Nip A Tuck's oilier; Three Turn's
Yard. I.ninliiii ; Frauds Daililulirh's LoiL-lnes; A
Ti'l-I'ihle Dentil Act IV ll! lli';ll Streel. II, t
niiiinlsfy ; Wonderful Denouement ami IteHtlsti"
TjWciiux. liriinil Mi'chiiiilciil h'tl'ects.
Popular I'rlcs- Tin- prices the pul.llc require to
Aiiv ilrsi.clas t'lit'Mtiilnmeiii
Admis-ion ,Mi cents. Secured smls without i"it'ii
cluirie. TA cents. To he ohtalned at ILiitmun s.
O I-i '..owery made a puouc
sO VJ .o.'e'ivcd into lull inum
I'diytcrinu church last
hlcy, brother of Col.
New Faces, New Features, New Pro
gramme of Rare Merit.
A.l.nls-l.in FlltvCunls. Ilesi-rvcU seatu 7 Wl'H
i AMOU, U ID tLe City. I To be hadstDau. IWlai.'S.