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THE DAILY CAIRO 1IULLETIN: SATURDAY MOKNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1880.
ALL A I ) V K llTI S K V KN TK In thl column, of
Bv" llii. ci.eh nrlmdwtll be pul'll-licd lor i"
irolt otic lrii-rOon;:! limed. : ci-tn: 1 wr. K. i-".
lonlli. t.M; S month will. out rtiut.Kv- fl-" l'-r
ninth. Each additional line, prorat i. tvumtioin
want, a tree.
To learn tho riii pentcr and joiner trade .Mtidt
bc dmari auo uctnc, i iu
J NO. A. I'OOI'.E.
Owrn anil purchaser or rv-tl otttii) In Cairo
i 'A i .... u . tlft.t I nn, f-nu
paim u ut- pure mey ua.e um-
Vrepareu 10 iiiruidu andinc! m i" '; '."', -
v r M EAsTEHDAY.
Office In Court Monde.
An order cool lor Cliin. if applied on any stylo
flnt-rlaitit Mciiilli-cphou I'iimo. M III lie oid low
Apply at this ortice.
Mm L ,T "arne can accommodate a few-day
twadiT. also hoard mid room for two. Price very
low. Appiv 11 her house next to the Catholic
tUnrcb nn Wah!tii.'tou avenue,
"""" aoi s-K AND LOT Foil SALE.
Ilou-e- and lot uluiated oa Ji'fl'.T'Dii and Th'.r-t.'i-u'ii
street tu tweciiilca'cr'on and 0 dur dtrect.
.said property nitu.ited ii follow, to wit: Lot tiutn-ki-red
il l) Wit" k nuinlKT (1) In the Tilrd addition
tolhocitv ol Cairo, For further particular iu
naircat the Uoiide. TIIU.MAS II. WINTEK.
Dated till. Uth day of Feb. Ism.
H. MAREAN, M. D.,
nomeopathie Physician antl Snr?eon.
0!flc3 14-i amercis! avenue. Rc!denM corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
qr K. W. WHITLOCK,
Gr;ri! No. 1!': Comtierciiil Avenue, between
K:.''j;u aud Ninth s-:rceu
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN.
I K XT I ST.
OFFb'E-Eijli'.s str X. Ufar Commercial Avenue.
notary rniLir. .
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widows" and Oorpnans' Ma
cal Aid Society.
jT. LOL'IS. CAIRO AND PADL'CAII.
Ttm F.ie.'unt SldewUeel l'AMcnser steamer
Leav.'k CH:ro every Motnlay aud Tlinn-diy for
Cape (tiravdri!!. St. l.'oul. a-.irt way laauiii'.'. For
freight or ptii-ii.'u apply to SOL. A. bll.VEU,
JILL WRECKINa COMPANY,
lit ctJtiotied tlictrwrccklng boat
y.IT i TT m TTTT 1 ' I .
At Ca'.rn, whore tli"y lave evi'Vythiti-.- needed In
the diver' line, meain piunp. l;b'". l.'ork. at:
e nor, etc. ill li!re or contratt for nil ki:idn of
HIRAM HILL. or. J. L. SHALLCI.'OSS.
Cairo, I'.K I.fn:t- lili-. Ky.
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. N'lnctefitthH reel sad I f'.iJi., Ill
Commercial Ave.. ( Ldll (), 1 II.
O. O. PATIEK & CO.
31 EMC A L.
We Mean Cured, Not Merely llelieveil
And Can l'rovc Wliat we Cit.lm,
t:frTLi.-ru uni no lallurew m,d no ilinappolul
mi tilii If yon tin tro'ib.ed v.itu sli K II K -
ACiiE uinii lin eii-hy Kim ipiu kly cured.
hundred-have t.e-'ii nir a-iy W ; hiull Ik- plen. d
to in n I . h fliei-t of teptllliohlin. to uliy li,t,-reti'd.
Carter's Little Liver I'ills
Aim eure a'.l fornih. of liillou-iie-". prevent Co:-.il
patloti utid Dycpcpi-ia. troiii .1 I le N t li n: . relievi
il'tr from too heurtv eatmj. roireot Diwird-m
or tin- stomarli. stia niaie tin- i.iv- r. uiid H--u"iluu-I
hi' Uowli". They do nil llili- liv tnkiiii' lul tun
llttli; Pill ut u iloe. They lire pr.r-lv vi-L'etal!i, ilu
not i-npe or puru'i'- unit uru a nearly jierlVet a
It I p'l'xlhle lor a pill to lie. Price -.vl ri-i t. fi lor
II. (i.).illiv flrn t:trii ever here or i-nt by mail
'AHTEK SIEUlClSlC CO . Elil E. I'A
50 & 97
The ot;!v rotiiplele etorlt of rlin're t'beiin Conn
ter and li!partiiietii KV-ri Knpiiir in Attierlia.
Evorv Live nierthniit h- piiH!i:B In Chi-np Conr.teri"
tl1 l)eprtni(ljt Store an; bi-li;g iftarted In liltnoit
vert IOW "I iriimnnuii.
gj&'HtnA for I'll ICE LIST mid OltDKI! SHEET.
C. JM I.IIS IIMITON,
13 Mid 17 JuckMiQSt., thlcuso,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTERED AT THE J'OST OFFICE IN C'AIHO, IL
LINOIS. A3 SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL 1'ArKllOF ALEXANDER C'OL'NTY.
Only Morniiiff Daily Inmtliorn Illinois
Cxtno. 111.. Fehrtmy X, 1'. f
bar. Thcr. Uutn. Wind. Ycl Weather.
6 .m .
4 Threat 'n f
l'i I.t llalu
Maximum Ternperaturu. 17'; Minimum Tem
:erfiir'. .to : : Knliifal! 0.21 Ir.eU.
K!,,rrc0Jtnch. r. . AV.
Sera't Slcr.al Coru. U. S. A.
On next Saturday Jo!ni Roes, the popular
Twentieth street baker, will open a branch
shop oa Eighth street, in the room lately
occupied as a bakery by Mr. Rahholt, fur
the benefit of his down town customers.
He will keep oa hand fresh bread, pies.
cakes, etc., and everything to be found in a
first class bakery.
COAL! COAL! !
I aai prepared to furnish the citizens of
Cairo with a "h1 quility ot coal at the
lowest rates. Upon leaving orders at the
corner of Tenth an i Commercial, it will be
ielivered to any part of the city.
Note Heads as low as f.1 per 1.000.
Letter Iki'ls as low as 7j
Imperial Dill Heads as low as 2 per
Bills Lading as low as f j 50 per 1.000.
Envelops and printing 2 50 to $4 00
At The Bulletin iob office.
At A. IL.lley's on Cumruc-reul avenue op
posite Seventh street. The largest and
finest st'Tk to be found in t'up city. Tin
and lullowware of all kinds. Fine cut
lery, u large assortment of bird cages.
Fishing tackle' in great variety, hooks,
lines, rods and reels. Shot guns and hunt
ers' outfits, ammunition, etc. A now sup
ply of the Bissell carpet sweepers. Garden
and farm implements. Flower baskets
and Jiardware of all kinds. Carpenters'
tools, cross-cut saws, wood saws, etc.
Cooking stoves, the best in the market.
Call on him and examine his stock and
prices bef ire you buy.
Mu. Fuank Wh.ke, La Fayette. Ind.,
tells us of a man in this city who sr.U'ered
for a long time with rheumatism. He w;.s
so sick that he could not move; hU legs
swelled up considerably, ami he suffered
areat pain. After a ft.-w applications of ."jr.
Jacou's On. the swelling subsided, and all
pain left him; he was cured.
' A WuNUEItFl-T. C'CUE OK DlITIIEr.lA.
Three of my children had Dipthena in its
w..rst form. Skin dry, lips parched, could
not swallow. With a feather I applied
Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia to the
tonsil-, rubbed it over their throats and
chests. Great chunks of stuff came from
the throats, tiie skin became moist, fever
left them, aud under the Almighty care I
attribute theircute to Dr. Giles' Liniment.
Jane Kelly, comer Tonnelli avenue and
Bleecker St., Jersey City Heights, N. J.
Giles' Pill- cures painful menstruation.
Sold by all druggists. Send for p.mipl.lot.
Dr. Giles. 12'J West Broadway, N. Y. Trial
si.e 'l'i cents. Barclav I!r-., agents.
Fees ok Doctous. The fee of doctors i
an item that very many persons are inter
ested in just at present. We believe the
schedule fur visits is $:, which won! 1 tax
a man confined to his bed for a jcar, an I
in need of a daily viit, over !.diio a year
for a medical attendance alone! Avl 'one
MP.gie bottle ot Hop Bitters taken in time
wot-.'.d save the 1,'itHi and nil the year's
Good Evidence. Vin-u such men as the
R-v. Dr. Piimkin, 1'o-v. Dr. Harvey, Fatie-r
Fit G.-rald. 1'rnf. Green, Dr. Baftim Co!.
John K. MeCliesney. E. W. Net!', and a ho.-t
of others (("rilly trustworthy, certify ovi-r
their own sigiwtures to the marvel-hh ef
llcacy of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure, in t ! diseases for which it is recom
mended, It is time to dismiss doubts on the
Reoclatetiie Sixitl.TioNs.- In our en
deavors to preserve health it is of tiie ut
most importance that we keep the s'-cretory
ystem in period condition. The well
known remedy Kidney-Wort, lite specific
action upon the kidneys, liver and bowels.
Lse it instead ut dosing with vile bitters or
drastic pills. It is purely vegetable and is
prompt but mild in action.
A Sad Accident. -A little child, the
daughter of Arthur Banks, Esq., of Canton,
fell into a tub of hot water yesterday and
Wits badly scalded. The immediate appli
cation of Henry's Carbolic Salve, which was
fortunately in 'the house, instantly removed
the pain, and the little sufferer is now out
WANTED.-Shorman d; Co., Marshall,
Mich., want an agent in this county at
once at a salary 'of 11(10 per month and
expenses paid. For full particulars ad
dress as ahoAc.
Tite action of Carter's Littlu Liver Pills
is pleasant, mild and natur.il. They gent
ly stimulate the liver, and regulate the
bowels, but do not purge.
Alltoniv AmiEST!'.!). Fellows' Coin
pound Syrup of Ifypophosphites Wasting
of the tissues of the body is nrrestctl, the
muscles made firm, and the nerves regain
their power by using Fellows' Compound
Syrup of Hypophosphiu-s.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Tiiu editor of the Sun, Mr. I). L. Davis
is in Chicago.
Chicago Times: "George W. Mclveaig,
postmaster of Cairo, 111., lit the Gardner."
The notes of the high school exercises
came in too late for publication. Hence
Joe Burke says it is more expensive to
1j'.' a chicken than to run a faro bank. Joe
has tried it (the chicken part) and ought to
Chicago Times; ''S. S. Pennington,
general freight agent of the Chicago and
Yincenues railroad, Cairo, III., at the Gar 1
Mr. Chas. R. Stewart left Chicago yes
terday for New York, where he goes to
make additional purchases for the sprin,
Phil. H. Saup has finished his new
quarters and will occupy them to-day. The
rooms are tastefully arranged and present a
Our streets and business houses are
thronged with drummers and they seem all
to be happy. We may infer from this, that
btisincss is, or will soon be, booming.
The first gas evt-r exhibited in New
York was from a lamp erect?! by the old
gas company in 1S2I3, in Frankliu square,
and it caused as great curiosity as Thomas
Hair Soap docs at OTIara's.
Truth is cheap iu Baltimore. It sells
at one cent a copy, and the "Faultless"
cigar 15 sold in Cairo for five cents the
best cigar ever offered in this market fr
the money. Sold by F. Korsmyer.
Mr. John Clancy has put up a new an I
attractive sign in tront of his business
house on the corner of Twelfth and Com
mercial, which advertises the quality of
beer lie has for sale.
Owing to tiie sudden illness of our re
porter, last night, the proceedings of the
temperance meeting do not appear thh
morning. They will, howevor. appear to
morrow, nnd willfprove interesting Sunday
Tiie masquerade at Mr. Matthews resi
dence last eight was well attended. The
weather was somewhat unfavorable, but
nevertheless many people braved tiie dis
agreeable weather to take part in the fes
tivities. The pleasure was general and
lasted late into the night.
According to authority at the Smith
sonian Institute, at Washington, meridian
tim- at Cairo, is slower than Washington
time 4f minutes. 12 seconds; Vincennes,
ft minutes !'0 seconds: Chicago. C minutes
1 $ seconds. We arc indebted to Mr. Axe.
at Buder Bros., for the above item.
Tiie Illinois Republican convention to
nominate candidates f r state officers and
presidential electors will be held at Spring
field the Hull of May. It is believed that
by that time the merits of the rival candi
dates will have been thioughly discussed
and the convention will consequently be
able to make judicious selections.
There was a social gathering at the resi
dence of Mr. .1.15. Ree l last night. Thu par
lors wore thronged with a nice little party of
fashionable personages who spent an even
ing in the most pleasant manner possible.
The host and hostess contributed much to the
pleasure of the party, an . I it wa- late when
the guests departed for home with a con
sciousness of having been handsomely en
During the wur a great many "br.sh
wiiacker:'' were caught by the t'uion sol
diers arid on taking the oath of allegiance
were again turned ljo.se. When the boys
once caught a live rattic smuicsix feet long
ari l were u.-rkci led what it was best to do
with it. a soldier about three sheets in the
win 1 advise 1 them to "swear him and let
him go." The recent trials and tri'oula
tons of our p lice courts brings this anec
dote very forcibly to mind.
Tiie collections so fir made by the
frWi reliet committees amounts to ? V' l.ofi.
and $-20.00 more promised. The down town
collections were sf!j32..V),
s202.)i.. The committee i-i working faith
fully aud will soon have finished canvass
ing the citv. Our citiz -ns appreciate their
efforts and honor the cau.se, and have re
sponded heartily to the deman Is of the oc
casion, There is on foot among some ot our
prominent citizens, an affair that promises
an immense amount of l'uu and an unu
sually huge gathering of people. This is
nothing less than a grand phantom party,
the liiM in a number of years to be given
at Seheel's hall, on Easter Monday, prep
aration are already liuing made, iu, I in a
few d.auwe will be able to give the names
of guntl.-ii e i composing tiie committee
and other interesting particulars.
The Georgia Minstrels held forth to n
full house at the Athcneuni last nHit.
The weather was unfavorable but tlitrir
music on the streets in the afternoon creat
ed in the minds of our citizens a confidence
in their ability to furnish a good enb rtain
merit, aud the consequence was, that many
who would not have braved the mud llM or.
dinary occasions attended. The perform
formuncu is said to have been of a high or
der and proved every one of the aompnny
to be an nrtist.
Mr. Reynolds, an old gentleman, and
one who has resided nt Commercial Point
for some time died very suddenly the other
dr.y. It was on a Wednesday morning that
he went to work, feeling perfectly well, aud
after being ut work ft few hours, feeling
cold, he took a drink and laid down upon
his bed with his clothes on and died at
three o'clock In the afternoon. No physi
cian atended him and the supposition is
that the cause of his death was ft conges
tive chill. For these particulars we are in
debted to Mr. J. II. Mulcahy, of Commer
The following is given as a never tail
ing remedy for coughs and colds : "Peel a
few onions,and cut them in very thin slices;
place some sugar in the bottom of a bowl,
then a layer onion, cover thickly with su
gar, and so on, until the onions nie all used.
Cover the top well with sugar; place u
plate over the bowl, and set away until a
syrup is formed. A teaspoouful or two
every times tiie cough is troublesome, and
on retiring at night, will nearly always
break up the most obstinate cough. Tur
nips may be prepared in the same manner,
and make a syrup equally valuable.
On last Sunday a quarrel arose at
Commercial Point, between John Lewis,
Dan Curf.ss and George Lee. They hail
evidently imbibed too freely, arid alter be
coming thoroughly angered by the ex
change of words, Lewis drew a revolver ou
Curtiss and attempted to shoot him. Lee
taking iu the situation ut once, jumped to
the rescue and caught Lewis' arm at the
moment he pulled the trigger, thereby
causing the bullet to lodge m his own
wrist. Curtiss tl-.cn with a large packet
knife made a de-perate, attempt to cut
Lewis, but although his clothes were cut in
several places, he received no bodily in
jury. Since the tariff was removed a great
deal of inferior and almost worthless qui
nine has been shipped into American
markets. Who wiil suffer from it Where
are the great benefits we were t -l won. 1
result to the suffering poor? Ture q-!:ni:ie
is a Samson among medicines:
au impure and uncertain article is
more than vicious. We are told we can
get a pure article by paying larger prices
tliat druggist are Compelled to keep both
qualities. Cut in a costly article the temp
tation to deceive will continue to be great.
an 1 many a poor fever-stricken suff.-rer
will have reason to curse, rather than ble-s
the act of statesmen an I law givers who
have incited the fruu 1.
A half-witted fellow is lounging
about the streets of the city who is said to
have esc ipe 1 from the p-r farm. He is
Crazy Jimmy.and was here some years ago,
he entered the kitchen of II. W. Webb's.
residence. Being detected there bv Mr.
Webb, ho drew a knife and undo for him,
but Mr. Webb drew a revolver and fired at
the fellow. The ball struck him in the fore
hand and glanced off. leaving only a slight
wound and ultimately a scar. He was
then sent to the poor house and has re
mained there at the expen-.- of the county
until within a few days ago when he con-
trive-l 1 1 escape and is n rv again among
us an unbearable nui-ance. He has. for a
r. timber of years been a heavy expense to
the county and if he could be disposed of
m some humane way, without placing him
again on the county's bands it should by
all means be done without unnecessary de-
The below, from the Argus, contains
trie principle I tots ot the seduction ca-e
which was yesterday forenoon befor Justice
"This forenoon Tom 15 .ret;., of this city,
was orougnt before K o.:isun upon toe
cotupbmt of a young lady who charged
that lie had ruined her under promise of
She is a country girl and innocent in ap
pearance aril tuet .nr. Unrein ori the cars
vesterdav. He gave his name as Hawkins
an-l persuaded her to accompany hiia to
Caro promising to m irry her to day. To
day he filled to keep his promise an-l she
a-i him arrested. Mic brings nthi-r
charges against h:m also, but as tin- trial is
not concluded at this writing we via not
"At noon to-day Torn iJ-ireia was taken to
the county jail to await a preliminary exam
ination, which wi:! occur ut't'-r the return
of State's .Vttnn-v Mulkev. who is attend
ing (ourt at Mound City. The charge
against him is seduction, and it is all toe
luoi"- i.ggrnvated as he is a married nn':.
Owing to the serious nature of the clnrg-;
I if fdled to find bond. The girl is from
Murphysboro. O:"icors Mi-eh:i:i and Ho
gari made the arrest."
We yesterday evening interviewed young
Boreru in the county jail. He says he is
not a resident of this city as the Argus
states, but that he left Cairo at tiie time the
watchmaker, H. Houpt, left it, and has
sine:-been a resident ot Murphysboro. Our
readers will remember him when we state
that ho is the relative of Mr. Houpt who
was in his employ in this city for a number
of years. L'poa asking him what he
had M say about the charge
against him, he stated that
not a word of it was true and that he had
been mistaken for a person whose acquaint
ance he had formed while aboard the train
coming down to this city. He has tele
graphed to Murphysboro for Mr. Albright
asking that gentleman to come to this city
and assist him out of this difficulty. From
his nervousness and from his frequent con
tradictory statements, which we lack the
space to give, we conclude that he is guilty
of the charge of which he is accused.
Louisville Courier-.) uiiruul.
The most notable attraction of thu season
was J. H. Hnvcrly's Chicago Church Choir
company. Large audiences heard it during
tin; week, the house being full eveu on Sat
urday night a rare thing In this theatre.
To say that the company has completely
A WONDERFL'L FERTILIZER CONTAINING THE ACTIVE PIUNCTPLE Foil
THE HUMAN" HA 113.
, , , HKSTOHKS
I iio Lair and scalp to a normal condition, thitkei; tululialr, eioni in fullinj cut and pri-vent d ladrefl'.
All Sraly, Crn-ty. Cutaneous Eruptions of thu Laln'ilv tl.o Itcutug Sennatloti uvA will nrem-rve ll;e
Hair lur a Llkt'.me.
it wir-r., not hoii,
TliercoHt il.-l!cato fabric, and U Uecniuly preferable to L-ren-y olun.eM-'.r'elet.-rloin tonl ami i-o-ii
washe, while It U much cheaper in price, aud free froiutu ut:p'.ea'ajtiie li.e!deiit to thuir tin
, ,, TIIK SOAI'KMI'LOVKI)
I-'purely vegetable, and "Imply a vcklclu coiitaiiiiua tot!y niedlclue i,peelCtally for thu hair aud i-Mlp.
which r mala iutaet whet, Incorporate I with a neutral fu.ip.
Prifared under the Immediate T ' TNflWC . ....
iiibti-uctiouu oi l'i. w iiiUJl.i.i. Riiir ami Scali' pi-i'iiili-t.
Price .10 cent per cuke. Three cakes $1.23. GEO. E, O'HAHA. Sole Agt, Cairo, III.
won the public, is in no way un exaggera
tion. Tiie tiue.it troupe in Louisville that
has at all done justice to tiie sparkling and
cuntaghuH music of Pinafore. It has ma lo
it possible to understand and indorse the
remarkable popularity of the nper.t.
We regret that the company cannot stay
with ih another week. Tney go from here
to Nashville, and we can conscientiously
and cordially commeii 1 them to that city,
and accept its thanks in ad.var.ee.
At the Athenetirn Monday nig
your seats to day at II irtm m's.
OK THE OFFICERS OF TIIE F. 1!. . A S 1 1 I). I f
A . AT sCHf.EL's HALL OX THE 24TII.
Editor Cairo Ila'.ifMj:
Deah Snt I receive Inn invit itii a on the
evening of the 21th to attend the installa
tion ot the F;ee Benevolent Sou- and
Daughters of America, which took place
at Seheel's hall. It w ts tiie grau lest affilr
that I ever have been called oa to witu-ss
of that kind in the city of Cairo. Toe
grand much was conducted ia the m st
approved style. Every member keeping
good time with the mu-ie, and in every
w.iy making themselves worthy of t.ie pub.
lie's p raise.
Trie annual a-i ire-s. deliver.-! by Mr.
John Phillips. O. G.. was ti.e most
appropiiate t-peechfor that occasion I tve-r
hear I. IL Hiked uothiu.
ter, ' showing tir,t the f iun la::ou of tae as
soulutiori, next lii.rir.ing the word benevo
!ei:ce, and dwelling eloquently ou tiuth,
hoe, fortitude, relief a;-, i jir-tice. Taking it
all in ah, it Was the best address for the ou-
Ci-ien that CoUl I have b.-cri ilive!c I.
M:-. M. liritt on uo::-.- extremely Weil aud
de-5-.-.Tea praise. Air the s;.-:-t a iire-s
de.iver. I by M;., E. Wright, before pre
senting the L-.u-ii.lvis to -ir presents, was
go-id, and was a credit totli: a-s n-rath-H.
Mr,. J. Wius, v.-
wis i:' ille-l
l--ked well uL-l c.rrie i l.ers-.-lf an i horrors
in a dignirie i wiy. w- rthy t pral-e. I
am sorry to say that Mr. A- K'.r.g. M. N. G.
was much e::,b trra.-vi :.t n-t fit; llrig
the preacher tie re. aec ' -l ting to r.greerrr- ;;t.
1 1 corelUvt tie- pi ivi-r. He wa- to en
tirely for his pot. At; I also ns a gtie-t at
the reeeptl-ei t a' '..-. IVic'.ers sh--ul i s- '
a good example bef-r. tr.i-ir c-'ngrega;i-3
-V being on trnie. ncc
t j ngreerm :
Their suppir was (.veei.etjt, wd. c-. -ke i.
an i suite I a.i i;ppet:'i-s. Tiie gu :;'::i.-here-1
two bun ire-l an I upward. . Tt: .- as
sociati;,:: may well r-j -ice r.t their ucc-.'--.
-n-l they will only t-ciio tiie .--ntinp.-rit of
the public. An O.-i.r.i-.Vfi..
CLicriNi-s, ( k i"ii.ni( ai. is1:
r.-.T, Fi.oM A
FEW OF OUl EXCI! VN-.-E".
Springfield State Jo-rrml: "Hie
Caiuo B: M.I.'j'TN seems tj ie; iii earnest in
urging Hon. T. W. Hallhh.v as a Demo-
cratic candidate f -r c-
Du C a oLu Tiibune: ".'ol.
Oberly. late of Cairo, is sp-,v..:
many of the Iemocratic papers oft
as the most suitable man fir thi
crats to nomirii.t.' lor governor."
Egjptian Pres: "Thomas Ilalii lay of
C'aii'e i. u bout the best congressional tim
ber we have got. His r-cor l as a Demo
crat is perfectly clear, though he is not a
politician. He is a statesman in every
senseo! the w.t I ; an-l if he is the nomi
nee of the Democracy he will not only re
ceive the support of the pai ty, but will
draw hug..!)- from the opposition. Ha'.li-d-y
c.-.n be elected."
Peoria Democrat : "The Caii.o En.
i.etin is for William R. Morrison for pres
ident, John II. Oberly for governor, and
Thomas W. Ilalli-lay for congressman. In
connection with its gubernatorial prefer
ence Tiiu BcLLKn.v explains that Mr.
Oberly has no interest in the paper."
Du i'ioin Tribune: "The Jonesboro Ga
zette, which is pretty good Democratic au
thority, being a strictly Bourbon sheet,
says M. C. Crawford is not a candidate for
congress in the Eighteenth district, which
fact leads us to believe that tiie fight for
this oiliec in the Democratic party will be
between Hartzel! and llaliiday."
Johnson County Journal (Ibqiublican) :
"The Gazette and Bulletin have raised the
whoop for Thomas W. I lalliduy, of Cairo,
for congress. We are pleased to see the
Democrats preparing to put out their best
material. We want a victory that we are
not ashamed to boast of, To defeat such
broken down politicians as Allen und
Crawford, would be equivalent to no vic
tory." Metropolis Democrat: "We had re
cently the treasure of meeting Hon. M.
C. Crawford, tmd in a conversation with
htm gathered the idea that the judge
would not be averse to becoming the Dem
ocratic candidate for congress in this dis
trict. We have favored Hon. Thomas W.
llaliiday for that position, and -still have no
cause to change our notions on the subject,
hut we should yield Judge Crawford ;i
hearty support in case he should secure the
LIST OF LETIEI'.s K:;M.MNiyi lN, u,U)
FOil IN THE POST oKKK K AT C.llIOi, li t, ,
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Ah;.i:per, Amy E. .Mrs.; .1.li'n:i;i:h,
Mattie Mi,.. (2i: B-.'llu. June; Brad lie. Lu
riu h:B-ri:'ou, Julia Ml,,; Bihmc, p. Mr..:
Crocked. Geo. Anna Mrs. Hirbolt. Ann i
Mi'. Fis.-h.T. Am Mrs.: Fredrick. E.lr.i
Mis-; Hilliday, Julia Mis,; Ha-lo-i,
Eliebath M.s.;H inklris.Jennie Mrs:!! g n.
Mary Mis,; Keen, Mrs: McQuire. H. Mi--;
Matt. Mrs.; Mack. Ann Mrs V.-Gris.-n.
i L'-e Mrs.; Narnen, Eliza Mrs.: I'iiilliiu,,
I D. Mrs.; Gruel, L-u Mi-
Km l.e, Lizzie: R.hln-on, H. If
Sh pherd, II. C: Sh.v-v. Mm:.:- M;-s,
. Am ilic Miss ( 2i ; Smith. M-rgin-t
Scott, M iriih M.s,r Siir.iy, Ev ilir.
Wins, Fa:,;. re Mi,: Wagner. Siliv
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A.: Da'y. Jann ,; D .ran. William; Eynutir,
Pre i ; Ewlrrg, Lott: Ferney. Barney: Fra:.k
lin. Gi i; Fisher, Ferdina-. i; Gavin, J. ii ;
GritUn. J.-s.: Greene, J Griffi-i. J-.-:
He hick. Mil.ari (2i; ILms.-n. Situu-I J.;
H"Ugl:. T. B.; J-ihr.r.n, H'ni.; JefiVr-.n.
Joh:.; Johnsj J. C; Ken i ill. C.u- .
McMmee. I).: Miller. C rarlev; M.-dri. C.
C; M .rtgm ry. Emmet M it
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tn L.: McDmall, Willi in; MeKowu
:n.; Ne ... Frank 2i: i'D.u..
Oliver. G-... E.; I'ur.-r,
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Morris; :--ivens ei, Gu-.: Sarier
."simpson. SpL-ncer Hev.; Mid, W..
si:;. ; i-g-r Tufl-. H irry: Terr
Wi.. ei. John W.: Z-lil.r.'jI E.
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l t.n-:it;-ned. it will he midi-i'-tond that Hn !.ti
ni-tl'ier v. i-tn' to eoniTin in ith the .S .i;.i'i, r t-.
aller :l,e receipt el older.
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HAltl'EH'S YOCNN I'Eol'LB. Ou Ywir .... 1 r-i
I'osta.-e Five to nil t-uhscrilierie iu the fniied
biatei" of Ciniuda.
'Ilo.'Aioueil Volti:it"i of ll.iiii-mi's i:.zMi, t-j in-at
cloth hlndliiL. will lie font by mall, poct,u'c .'iid.
orb) exiu'esi-, Iree of expense (provided the fivliht
doe--not exceed line dollar per volllliiel for T i)
1'iirli. A complete !-et. compri'-liitf Twelve Vol
tinieii. cent on receipt ol'ca-liat the rnto ol' jS) -ij pt r
vulu r.io. frelylit at expense of purchaser.
Cloth Cam s for cacti vuliiine, pullalilc for lilr.din--.
will he cent liyuuill, postpaid, on receipt of M ihi
KeinlltenccB t liould lie niiulu hv l'o-t Oflici
.Money Order or Draft, to avoid chniic'e of
Newspapers uru not to reohy thl udvertieement.
without the uxpri'Hi order of II.mii-i:ii cc JlituTimt.
Addresn HALT'Eli A: WIOTI! EHS.Ncw-yorli
tl fi A " EtIv ,n ynr own town, and no
capital ricked. You can plve the
I 1 1 litiHlii( a trial without expense
I Tliehest opportunity ever ottered for
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xt.'rv ..ilium ,,, ,,,ll, tUII PlU'lllU
trv iinthine idse till von pco for vour
ir ivhat jolt can do at the lim-lncm wu oiler. No
Mom to explain hero. You can devote nil 'Or
time or only your fpnre tltno to the ImHini-cf. m.il
inaka itmiit pay for overy hour that you work.'
Women make n much tin men. fend for tqierlal
private tcrnm mid parlleuliun. wlilcti we mall Irn,
imttlt free, Don't complain of hard timed while
yon have duch n rhutice. Adilruts 11. HAI.LETT &
CO., Portland, ilalue.