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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 18S0.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COITSTY.
we are authorized to announce GEORGE K.
OLMSTED as a candidate for Police Magistrate,
at the ensuing municipal election.
Editorof Bulletin: ,.
... .,.,,. . T,nmf.o a candidate lor the
office of polks magistrate at ,uVi'CMmKFS
Editor Cairo Bulletin: ,,,.,.,,,
Please announce that I am a candidate for the
oftlce of aldermau. at the ensuing municipal elec
tion, to represent the Fourth Ward.
Yielding to the solicitation of many citizens, I
Hereby aunouuee myself a candidate for Alderinau
Xrom the Third ward at tho ensuing elcKE
We are authorized to announce that, in compli
ance with the request of a number of voters. Liou.
T W. HaUlday will stand as a candidate for re
election to the city council from tile Fifth ward.
We are authorized to pliico the name of C. R.
Woodward before the voters of tue Second ward as
a candidate for re-election to the city couucil from
that ward. .
IS FAKNSWOHTH the man?
The Pokin Times, commenting upon an
article published in the Sunagmo Moni
toran article somewhat ornate and very
loud in its praises of Mr. Oberly says that
Oberly "would make a good governor, if
he could only get there; but he can't.
And what use tor us to give the party rtway
by nominating a man who cannot possibly
The Times then goes on to say that it
knows of but one man in the state, at the
aervice of the Democracy, who is a man of
strength and power a man with the genius
to plan and the energy to execute, aud
above all, a man whose record is invuluer
able Gen. John Farnsworth. "Illinois,"
says the Tiincf "has sent him to congress
for fourteen ears, aud while in congress he
stood head aud shoulders above .any other
delegate in congress."
The, Bulletin does not propose
ta .wish about Mr. Oberly. The
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Bulletin docs not know whether Mr
Oberly proposes to seek a nomination for
governor of Illinois; but Tin: Bulletin
' wishes to stato that, in its opinion, Mr. Ob
erly is the only man who can be nominated
for governor by the Democrats this year
with any certainty of success. Mr. Oberly
Is thousands of votes stronger thau any
othei Democrat in the state, und in South
ern Illinois would run far ahead of his
ticket. Mr. Oberly is also as able a man as
Gen. Farnsworth and would make a far
wore energetic canvass of the state.
The Bulletin does not wish to disparage
Gen. Farnsworth; but Oen. Fariinworth is
xno of the recent Republican who lett their
... own party when it would no longer give
etn office, came into the Democrutic party
ieeking office und has been at the business
ever since. Gen. Farnsworth was fourteen
yeani ft member of congress a Republican
member of congress mid ho endorsed,
and wast party to alt the Iniquitous policies
of the Republican party. Since ho wat
retired out of Congress aud tha Republican
party, he lias been a lobbyist and hua
made moniy at that quest lonablo business.
' ile wai one of tho lobbyists who lately ap
jseared id coogrcss to aid in the defeat of
tho Rcngan railroad bill and his record in
many respects is not invulnerable. Tho
Domocrats have been trying too long to
utilize the cast-off political failures of the
Republican party, and it is about time
they were trying tho policy ot nominating
and supporting Democrats.
Again The Bulletin says it does not
know that Mr. Oberly will be a candidate
for governor. It believes he will not be.
But Toe Bulletin docs know that Gen.
Farnsworth won't do and "can't get there"
if the Democrats should bo willing to let
Don't Give Up. What if you have tried
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"An Old Physician's Advice." Coughs
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A Great Discovery by a Great Man.
This, primarily, is what Warner's Safe
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most famous living physicians, lie found
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others improved it, and the final result is,
the Safe Nervine now manufactured by II.
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A Democrat Cured. A leading Demo
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speaks in tho highest terms ot the curative
power of the celebrated Kidney-Wort. It
first cured him ot a distressing kidney dis
ease, and lie now uses it whenever lie lias
any symptoms of biliousness or needs ton
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and cures the worst cases ot piles.
Thirty Years' Experience of an Old
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is the prescription of one of the best female
physcians and nurses in the United States,
ana lias u n useu tor tinny years wiui
never failing safety and success by millions
of mothers and children, for the feeble in
fant of one week old to the adult. It cor
rects acidity ot the stomach, relieves wind
colic, regulates the bowels, and gives rest,
health und comtort to mother and child.
Wc believe it the best nnd surest remedy
in the world, in all cases of dysentery and
diarrhoea in children, whether it arises
from teething or from any other cause.
Full directions for using will accompany
each bottle, None genuine unless the fac
simile of Curtis & Perkins on the outside
wrapper. Sold by all medicine dealers.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Kockmuitoe Illinois, June 7, 1879.
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, 5',) John St., New
York City : Dear Sirs Enclosed we send
you testimonial of the efficacy of your
Constitution Water" bv Hon. J. M. P.
Washburne, of this state extensively
known throughout the United States
which you are at perfect liberty to publish
for the benefit of suffering .humanity.
Yours respectfully, J. Kelly te Co.
Messekb. J. Kelley & Co: Sirs The
"Constitution Water" I bought of you is a
cood medicine, and I cheerfully recom
mend it to those atllictcd with the diseases
it is intended to cure. Uespcctully yours,
J. M. P. Washburne. Ask your druggist
Prompt relief in sick headache, dizzi
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etc., iruaruutecd to those using tarter s L,it
tie Liver Pills.
riMIE CELEBRATED OLYCEUINE LOTION
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Lame. Buck, Inflammation of the Klduevs, Back
ache. Plies, liunloiis, or SoreiU'ssof Hie Icet from
whatever cause, Burns or Kalds, und all Inrmmmn
torv Diseases, "hspai ule'' will save life. Do not
neiileet to buy a bottle.
Our llluinlu.ited clrculurs sent free on application
We irimraiitPf satisfaction or money refunded,
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Trial bottles tlx-.
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HOPE FOR THE DEAF
Garmore's Artificial Ear Drums
perfectly restore the hearino and
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93 OHIO LEY EE. CAIRO. II1S.
John T. Hennie,
HAVING established his works at the above men
tloned pluce is better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Steam Engines and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tools, the
manulactiire of all kinds of Machinery, Railroad,
Steamboat and Bridge Korfrings made a specialty.
Especial attention given to repairs of h: -nnes and
Brui-s Castings of all kinds made to ordei
Pipe F ttlng in all its branches.
TOLV. ROCK AND KYEt
A New Compound, Scientifically
prepared ef liiil-inn Toln. Crvstnli.ed Knelt
Candv. Old Rve Whisky nud other Tonics. The
Formula is known to our nest physicians, is highly
commended by them, and the Analysis of one of our
most prominent chemists. Prof. G. A. Mariner, of
Chicago, is on the label of every bottle, jt if a well
kiiHWiifaetto the medical profession that TOLU.
ROC K and RYE will atl'ord the greatest relief for
Coughs, Colds, Jnlliieti.a, Bronchitis, Sore Throat,
Weak Lungs, nlso Consumption, in the incipient
aud advanced stages of that disease.
It can be used a a Beverage and for an Appeti
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it, you will find it pleafiiiit to take, of great service,
if weak or debilitated, as it gives Strength, Tone
and Activity to the whole human frame.
ti?Put up in tjuiirt ni.e BotileB for Family use.
Sole Agents for the United States and Canailns.
Also Importers of Fine Wines, Liquors aud Cigars,
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Sold by Druggists und Dealers everywhere.
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45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC,
Dr. C. McLANE'S
aro not recommended as a remedy "tor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in allec
tions of the Liver, and all Billions com
plaints Dyspepsia, and Sick Heudache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
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tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative tney are uncqualea
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
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with the impression, McLane'sLivek Pill.
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IRflnsist upon having the genuine Dr.
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the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY
JJH'REKA ! EUREKA!
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 14th, 1ST", Under the
Laws ot the Mate 01 Illinois.
Copprighted July 9, 1S77, under
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON. President.
Mns. A. P. TAYLOR, - Vick-Pkesident.
J. A. GOLDSTIXE, - - Tkeascheh.
D11. J.J.GORDON, - Meo. AbvisElt.
THOMAS LEWIS, - - - Seciietaiiy.
ROAIiD OF MANAGERS:
J.J. GORDON. Phvsiclan Cairo,
Mrs. A. P. TAYLOR. Superintendent of
Sehoois, Alexander County . "
J. A. GOLDSTINE. ol Goldstine JE Ho
euwater. Wholesale and Retail Dealers
in Staple and Fancy Dry Ooods '
N. B. THISTLEWOOD. of liiukle k
Ibistlewontl, Commission .Merchants,
Cotton Slid Tobacco Factor" "
S. D. AYRES, ol Ayres Co., Commis
sion Merchants "
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Manager
iiikI Attorney at Ltw '
W.M. Sl'HAT'l'O.S of Mrutton Jt Bird
Whole'iile Grocers "
GEO. M. ALDEN, Commission Mer
clnint, 7R Ohio Levee "
JAS. S. REARDEN, Agent Mississippi
Vuhcy Transportation Company '
CHAS R. (STUART. Whulcsu.u und Re
tail Drv Goods and Notions "
EDWARD A. BL UER, Mannlactiiriiig
Jcwler and Wholesale dealer tu Watch
makers' Tools and Materials ''
CHARLES LANCASTER, Litucuster A:
Rice, Lumber Dealers ' "
t, O. PAT IKK. C. O. Patier i Co,
Wholesale-and Retail Merchants
Rev. B.Y.GEORGE, Pastor Presbyterian
J. C. WHITE. Insurance Agent "
G. W. McKEAIG, Postmaster
S. P. WHEELER, Attorney and Counsel
or at I -:tT "
Silts. LOUISA KISIIHACK "
OM'AIt 1IAYTH -UN, Wholesule and
Retail Hoots' Shoes aud Dry Goods.,.. "
A.. I. BIRD, Mereliitut and Steamboat
I IProprietor "
WILLIAM KLUGE. General Merch'dise 11 1
P. G. SC11LH, Wholesule fcnd Retail
J.T. RENN'IK, Foundry und Machinist
ALBERT LEWIS '
Mns. L. A HOWARD. Boarding Ilouf- -
W. F. PITCHER. Insurance Agent...
A. 11 ALLEY, Dealer in Stoves, Tin a:.d
h. W. GREEN, Green, Wood Betitii't
II. F. POTTER, Editor and Publish. r
Argus-Journal Mound f'itv,
Mns. .v A. AYERS Villa lliilgc,
A. J. FRENCH, Farmer Dmi I'oiut,
AX lTRCHAsER'S NOTICE.
To W. W. M. Mcl'heeters und nil others whom It
Yoil are hereby notified, tluil a sab- uf real estate,
made by the collector, Peter Saup. at tne'soiilh west
door of the court house, iu the 1 ity uf Cairo. Comi
ty of Alexander and State of lllitmir. on Ihe li.lh
day of duly, A. D, WH, It, s. Winn
pure' used tin following describe'! real eslate,
sltuu ed 111 said county for the tiiri-, special us
sussuients, iienultles and costs, ilni' ami iiiipuid
thereon lor the , veur A . D. Ih'T nnd pi lor wars, tu
wit: The fractional south west of secicn thlrty flvc
(Mfn, township lifteeu (l.'),i, south raigo three illi
Said land being taxed In tho name of W. W. M.
Mcl'heeters. nnd that the time allowed by law for
Ihe redemption ol said real estate will v'xplre on
the Kith dav of July. A. D. 1W, at which time I
will apply for a deed.
JAMES A. C, MiTllliETUHH,
Notice is hereby irlven, that on the Kith day (if
April next, between the hours nf d o'clock Iu the
forenoon and S o'clock In tint nfterunon of said
dav. at tho late residence of Vt lllnmi o'Callnhiin,
deceased, In tho city ot Cairo, county of Alexsuder,
and state of Illinois, Ihe personal property of suld
decedent, consisting of household und kitchen fur
niture, bureaus, bedsteads, wuslit;,nis, beds and
bedding, stoves, cooking utetHiH, bar fixtures,
counter, one cow and other articles, will he sold at
public sale. Terms of sale cash In baud.
March Sfi, lhN), Administrator.
D MINISTRATOR'B NOTICE,
itsTATE ef Lirr.ia it. hm.i.ihav, sikcm iiuoiiks,
The nndcrslgncJ, having been appointed ailir In
Istrntor Willi the will Himexed ufllio estate of Lit
lie It. Halllday, since Hughes, Into of the county
of Alexander and stato of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that he will appear before the county
court ol Alexander county, at the court house lit
Cairo at the May term, 611 tliu third Mondav in
May next, at whl h time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and requested tn
aiteud for tht purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate puynieiit to the undersigned,
lU:Niir L, Haluhat,
Administrator with will annexed.
Dated this WtU day of March, A. D.,!BW.
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rs, COITIH K is ,1'niNsosj.: rsnwiiritiiT, p. u,, uuiy 17, IHTtl,
Dear Slrs. have been n.lng the Eniersou & Fisher llnggy 1 bought from you as roughly I sup
n imv one could. 1 had a fust holts, drove hi 111 si full speed, sometimes with two grown ladies and
IT In the buggy, und It is tu-duy wor.h all 4e money 1 puld lor It, 1 sav the Emerson tt Fisher
les will do. A. M. TEAGl'E, Farmer.
buggies will do
The fuvornblo reputation the Cnrrliigpj have uudo in localities where they liuvc been
used for several yetir by Liverjmeii, l'hysicinne, Farmers and others requiring hard and
couHtunt use, lins led to nn increased demand from those localities, to meet whicli Uie
manufacturing focilitics of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
thein now to turn out in good style,
360 Carriages a"Wee3
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