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CAIRO BULLETIN: BUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY G, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
RNTKHKIl AT TIIK POUT OKFIOt IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS SH.CONOCLAR9 MATTER.
,nidt C'irciiilntion of itnjr Datly in
0ly Morning1 Daily iu Southern Hlinobj,
LOCAL W HATH Kit ltlTOKT.
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CaIBO. Ml .Flit. f, IHSl f
Time" hHf. 'flier. Hum." Wind. Vel Weather
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J p.m., Ut IT
Maxi'mnm Temperature. Minimum Tew
pratur- 3!t : Kninfall. O.OC inrh.
River. feet Uluchcp, Fall 14 Ini-hfn
Situ'I Slenal Corp. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in bhi column, five cent per line, each
1 niterliou. For our inonlh, 5" cetitw per Hut'.
FttK KKNT. UiMHHS "H Kll-V!Iltll Street,
Day School fur Boys ami (iirls.
Nijjlit school lor persons engaged during
the day, and lessons in Liitiu, German,
French, music, book-keeping 1 penn
maiiship, by Prof. and Madame Floyil,
Walnut st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
New Billiard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has tiiknn possession
of the building formerly occupied ly Mr.
Dan 'I JIartman, on the corner of Sixth
strict and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a l)illird saloon ami
restaurant, lie lias repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to necoiiunodato his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could he
wished for in a iirst class establishment,
he. has spaired no pains to make his place
one. of the most attractive resorts in the city,
niid invites all to come ami see him.
Oysters! Kisli! (iame!
Fresh oyster, tine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! IJulk oysters re
ceired daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct from the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "lied Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and lish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Koiskut Hewitt, Ag't.
At rat. Fitzgerald's.
The ohlest ami purest imported brandies,
purler and other wines may ho enjoyed at
tins elegant sample ami billiard rooms of
Mr. Pat. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a bu.-s down to a
sulky, all in a fust -class condition, as well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable liguresoii a moment's
notice at his "IIor.se M.inson". Ilisplaceof
ausines.s is in connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
Wood and Coal,
A full supply ot Indiana coal, as good as
Pittsburg, just received from the mines ami
for sale at '$1 on pi r ton delivered. I will
always havn on hand a stoc' of this cele
brated coal ; also daily shipment of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
for sal-'. Apply, at the-C'.&V. U. U. yards,
F. M. W.Mii).
Closing-(lul, Boots and Siloes.
Haying a very huge stock of winter
(Kods on hand consisting ol'tJenls', i.adis'
and ( 'hil'lrejis' sewed and pegged Boots and
Shot's, I have determined fit close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin ,o arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. 1 invite all to call and see for
themselves. C. Kuril.
No. iH) Commercial avenue between Fifth
and Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Ik you take our advice yon will lose no
time in calling on your druggist for "Sel
lers' Cough Syrup" without an eipial.
Price 25 cents.
Escaped from the Toils.
John Bacon, La porte, 1 ml., writes:
"'Hurrah for Spring Blossom;' it's all you
recommended it tube. My Dyspepsia has
all vanished; why don't you advertise it?
What allowance will you make it if I take
a dozen bottles, so that I could oblige my
friends occasional I y?" Price 50 cents, trial
bottles 10 cents.
Mus. .1. B. Wilson, Tillin, Ohio, says;
I have worn an Improved Kxcelsior Kidney
Pud, and received more relief than from all
remedies I havo ever tried. I cheerfully
recommend it to all sufferers.---See Adv.
Tcmoiis, erysipelas, mercurial diseases,
scrofula and general debility cured by "Dr.
Unuscy s liio'nt Bcitrencr," Niiii oy
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
'I he best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, u I sirs, salt rheum, fever sores,
getter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by (!ko. K. O'Haiia
( til t. II SYKl'P.
AT DAN HARTMAN'S CROCKERY
Street Lamps f any desirable, pat
tern. Safety Lamps, the best in the
market. All the best Lamp Burners
manufactured. Pitliridge'w best Fire
Proof Chimneys. Also a largo assort
ment of Piece and Pressed Tinware.
Table Knives, from the cheapest to the
An decant line of Pocket Cutlery.
Silver Ware of the best designs and
quality, a large line of House Furnish
ing Goods, etc.
All my Goods are marked down to
bottom prices, and I do not. intend to
be undersold by anyone.
Inatirgation of General Garfield.
The Cuirn A Vincennes Hail wav Co. oilers
reduced round trip rates to Washington and
Baltimore tor the Inauguration, March 4tn
giving an opportunity to see the National
Capital at its best and to witness the inau
guration ot President-elect Garfield.
Passengers leaving Cairo at 5 a. m., reach
Washington 1 :55 next afternoon. For
further information apply to L. 15. Church,
passenger agent. F. A. Mim.kr,
General Passenger Agent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In tho- column, Ion cnt per lino,
each inecrliou. Marked
-Fresh oysters at A.T. DeBaun's 5(1
-Dr. Marean's little son, "Freddie," is
very sick with pneumonia.
New white goods, table linens, napkins
sheetings, towels, etc., at Stuart's.
Mr. John Clancy has returned from a
visit to the- east, we understond.
Day board at Wilson's corner Third
and Commercial, $3.50 per week.
Capt.AV. M. Williams' little daughter,
Carrie, is .slightly alllicted with the
Mr. Cieorge Wichcrt, who has been in
St. Louis for soma days returned yesterday
Meerschaum pipes nnd cigar-holders, a
large stock at FKorsmeycr's.
Mr. J. II. Stephens is building a new
plank walk across Fifteenth street opposite
The usual services will be held in all
our churches this morning nnd evening,
and they should lie well attended.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 00
Reverend Morrall and Miss Harris, of
Albion, Illinois, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John C. White of this city.
Because of the scarcity of live hogs,
Messrs. 1 Tinkle, Moore & Hinkle, the Cairo
pork packers, have been for sometime com
pellet! to purchase dressed hogs.
The Turner society will give a grand
uiasipierade ball on Mardi Gras.
Deputy United States marshal Mc
Cord, of Springfield, was in the city at
Louis Herbert's hotel yestertlay,
Mrs Frank Cassidy has been down
with the measles for some time at the resi
dence of Captain A. J. Bird. She was
very sick for a time, but is now better.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 5fi
The genial proprietor of the Planter's
House, Mr. H. Thompson, has gone to In
dianapolis for business anil pleasure.
Check bonks, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
nt Tiik Bulletin otliee.
Miss Tcnnie and her brother, Hobert
Woodward, who have been sojourning in
IJnoxville, Illinois, for some time, were
expected to return home yesterday.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a largo stock nt F. Korsmeyer's.
Hev. Morrall, of Albion, III., will con
duct services at the Episcopal church this
morning and evening, at the usual hours.
Mounted ami varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, nt Tiik Bulletin office.
A Jonesboro youth of sixteen years ot
age, named llermain Brown, married a
Miss Cora Bernard, of Sandusky county,
one day last week.
A prominent citizen of Dongola, nnd
member of the Order of Odd Fellows and
Knights of Honor, named M. Dame, died
on Thursday of last week,
Mr. Harry G.Cormick was in the city
yesterday, lie looks better than ever be
fore. They always look well and happy,
aud are jolly and nil that just before .
The young couple who stood at a
Seventh street gate nnd talked about the
weather, are reminded that the only cure
lor the disease, is furnished by Ticknor.
Want of space compels us to reduce
stock to make room for spring goods. It
would pay buyers of dry goods to inves
tigate our prices before making their pur
chases. C.H. Stuart.
The legal proceedings instituted by
Judge W. A. Lemma, in the Biiprenie court,
at Mount Veiniin, against F. E. Albright,
with a view to having him (Albright) dis-
barrcil, liavo linen dismissed by the court
-Tbo Werners-Swiss Bell Hingers nnd
Concert Company -appears at tho Athc
neum to-morrow night. Their entertain
ment is highly spoken of by the press gene
rally, nnd is without a doul t nicrritorious.
Gound see them.
Mr, Augustus Williamson, for some
time, agent for tho Cairo & St. Louis rail
road at Jonesboro, was in the city yesterday.
Tho choir of the Episcopal church lias
been again organized ami will sing at tho
services to-day. It is composed as follows :
Mrs. W. P. Ilalhday, soprano; Miss Annie
Pitcher, alto; Mr. Speck, tenor; Mr. Thom
as P. Home, bass.
Mr. John Kcolcr nnd family returned
from Union City yesterday afternoon. It
will be remembered that his wife nnd
youngest daughter, were under treatment
of nn eminent occulist there, and with very
We are getting ready for spring busi
ness and will show on Monday morning, an
immense line of new Everlasting, Invinc
ible ami embroidery trimmings, all war
ranted to wash. These goods are entirely
new and are very handsome, C. H. Stuart.
Hev, B. Y, George, will preach in the
Delta engine house this afternoon at 4 ;!10
'clock. The large room .should be crowd
ed with listeners, tor Mr. George is nn
agreeable, and instructive speaker and no
one can hear hiin without being benefited
Mr. F. S. Kent was yesterday agree
ably surprised by the members of his fam
ily, who presented him with a number of
handsome and valuable gifts as birthday
presents and accompanied them with many
well wishes for tho future, with which we
also join ours.
The force of millwrights, who have
been at work in the Egyptian mills for
some time past repairing nr.tl enlarging
the inner machinery and capacity of the
mills, have completed their work and have,
with the exception of two or three, all gone
to Chicago, from whence they came.
Miss Etlie Close, who has been one of
the day attendants at the instrument in
the central oflice, has re
signed that position and will
assume another in the ware house olRc-e
of Messrs Halliday Brothers. Miss Mary Mc
Kee takes Miss Eflie's place nt the central
oflice this week.
The Charleston, Mo., Courier-Gazette
came out in n new dress last Thursday and
its name curtailed. It looks well and is
full of interesting matter, well selected and
well written, The editor is George G.
Pollard, and it is now known as "The
Charleston Courier." We wish Mr. Pollard
The Southern Illinois Medical Associa
tion will hold their next meeting in Car
bondnlc on the third Wednesday in June.
The following oflicers were elected for the
year: Dr. Ferrill, president; Dr. Rosson,
Jackson Co., secretary; Dr. Dyer, treas
urer; board of Censors, Firs. Orr, Reagan,
McKenz.cc, and Sanders.
Lost. While going from the post
office down Poplar street to Eleventh, and
out that to Commercial avenue, a bunch of
keys, consisting of about five post office
keys and three house keys, fastened to
gether with a brass chain. The finder
will please leave them nt the commission
store of Wood Ilitteuhouse A; Bro.
--At the last meeting ot the city council
miscellaneous claims were allowed to the
amount of $!,21!l.77. The largest claim
was that of the city jailer for dieting pris
oners four hundred and fourteen days, at
40 cents per day lor each prisoner, f Wi5.(10,
and the smallest claim was that of Henry
Watkins for hauling drunken man to jail,
County clerk Hunim is waiting upon
several of the physicians to make complete re
ports of the births and deaths that have come
under their ndminstrations during the last
year, so that he can comply with tho law
upon this point and enter them up. It is
true that physicians get nothing for mak
ing these reports to the clerk, but they
may get something for failing to do so.
Mr. W. II. Hay, the gentlemanly sig
nal service officer at this point, is busily en
gaged making out his monthly, meteorologi
cal chart for the use of the central station at
Washington. His much looked for assist
cut has not yet arrived, ami to attend to all
the duties of his olliep (done is a hereculian
job, which he manages logo through with,
however, by constant close application.
At a special meeting called for the
purpose, last week, appropriate resolutions
were adopted by tho Woman's Club ami
Library Association, in regard to the de
cease of Mrs. W. W. Thornton, of Shelby
ville, Mrs. Thornton has been a member
ot the association from its beginning, and nl
waysa friend nnd well wisher of the Library,
ami is the first member lost by death during
its existence of nearly six years,
Cairo's measle stricken people may
find soinu relief in the. knowledge, that
they are not alone in their misery. Some
of the good people of our sister town of
Anna, nre likewise nlllicte.l as may be seen
by the following from the Anna Advocate:
"Misses Eva Eaves, Kstella DeWitt, Mr.
Win. Green nnd, a child of Mr. Win,
Roberts, ore very sick with measles, The
disease is spreading nipidly, and bis fmr
to visit all the people who have not been
The last issue of the Jackson County
Era is in mourning for the death of it9 editor
and proprietor, Gilbert J. lliur, which oc
curred on the iJOth ultimo. Mr. Burr was
the second son of Retnus nnd Susan Burr,
was bom on the 2llrd day (,f September,
18117, nt Cuba, Allegheny comity, New
York, and died at Murphysboro, 111., nt the
age of about forty years, He was n mem
ber of Amity Lodge, I. O. O. F., which or
ganization conducted tho funeral sermon.
He was buried on tho 1st instant, at two
o'clock p. m., at tho city cemetery, near
The movements in real estate- under
deeds, from the first of February to date,
were ns follows: W. M. Craig, grantor,
Luther Cox, grantee, 2. C. D. July
17th, 1872. Consideration f5O.O0, N. W. of
S. E. John A. Reeve, grantor, Luther Cox,
grantee, 2. C. I). February 4th, 1S78; cons
$100, 1). N. W. of S. E. Luther B. Cox,
grantor, W. J. W. Cox, grantee, 2. C. I), Jan.
2Jth, 1881; consideration $100 N. W. of S.
E. Mary McKenzio, grantor, Marenda Mar
childou, grantee; Juno 15th, 1880, con
sideration $1)00. Fol. N. E. J,j, Sec. 17. Tf.
15 B. !1 W. Lots 1 nnd 2, III. 1. Lots 7
and 8. 11, 12, 111 and 14, Blk 2. Lots 2
to 8 inclusive, Blk. :i. All block 4. All
Freeman's add. Thebes. P. Sullivan,
grantor, H. llundsacker, grantee; fl. W. D
Oct. 21th, 1k0. Con-itleration $50. Town
of Sandusky. Sidney Clappetux, grantor,
F. llundsacker, grantee; S. W.
D. Oct. 20th, 1880. Consideration
$20; town of Sandusky. John E. Clark,
grantor, M.J. Howley, grantee; S. W.I)
Jan. 20th, 1881. Consideration $100.
City of Cairo. C. Parson, grantor, James
Kennedy, grantee; rebase, Sept. 2d, 1872;
consideration $505.00. First add to Cairo.
The ladies of the Presbyterian chureh
have been actively engaged in preparing
for their Loan exhibition, which they will
give at Hartman's hall on the 22d instant.
They are utilizing the gentlemen and have
appointed some of them m committees to
solicit loans from our citizens. For the
benefit of those who do no not exactly
understand the nature ot a loan exhibition
we will say that it consists of a great
variety of article, such ns wmks of art,
paintings, sculpture, statuary, or old relies
of any kind, even old clothes, an old sword,
n piece of furniture, or any other nrticle;
anything, iu fact, that partakes of the
quality of a relic or family heir-loom.
These articles, of which there are, no doubt,
a great many in every community aud es
pecially so in tnis, the owners will be re
spectfully a.-ked to loan to the ladies of
the Presbyterian church for exhibition at
the hall. Each article will bear a lable upon
which will be concisely written its history,
etc., and will be carefully and appropriate
ly arranged for the exatninatio l of visitors.
The ball will be open all day, for the ac
commodation of those who may wish to see
the numerous curiosities that will be on
exhibition, mid in tho evening an enter
tainment of some kind will be furnished
by the ladies. There can be no doubt
but that the ladies will meet with very
flattering success in tins, to us, novel enter
prise. They certainly deserve to.
. The Dongala correspondent of the
Jonesboro (Jazette speaks thus of an ex
pected immigration of Pennsylvanianstothis
part of the '.fate: "Our friends at Wetaug
mean to invite immigration, as will be seen
by the billowing from Capt. Hight. He
says, according to the Pulaski Patriot, that
the hi rrangf nients are all completed for
one hundred families of Oerruans from
Pennsylvania to locate nt bis own town,
and that by September of this year they
will all be there located. The captain has
donated to these emigrants JUO acres of
good land, and will sell them about J, 000
acres of equally as good land at a very low
price. These thrifty Penusylvaniaus will
bring $250,0(11) into Pulaski county, anil
will make the Wetaug precinct blossom
like the rose. Too much credit cannot be
given Captain Hight for his efforts in this
behalf. He has spent much time for the
past two years in securing this accession to
our county, and we hope ho may be abun
dantly rewardedj for his ecternrise and
public spirit. We are pleased to hear
this. The Pennsylvania Dutch are good
farmers. Mr. P. D.iggy, the obliging agent
of the Illinois Central railroad land de
partment, has assisted the captain in this
enterprise. Cairo is going to be a great
city, and all that is needed in Pulaski and
Union counties is more good, honpst tillers
of tho soil, to make this the garden of the
Mississippi valley. "
Yesterday afternoon when tho ferry
boat Three States landed on the Missouri
shore all the cabin passengers crowded out
to sec her land, and hardly bad she done
so wheu a man named John Itollins sprang
aboard and, thawing a pistol, opened fire
upon another man named George Reeve,
who was standing in the crowd up stairs.
Ilee.ve then also drew his pistol and blazed
away nt his assailant who beat a hasty
retreat into the engine room of the boat.
Reeve then also retreated into the
cabin, and an ominous quiet ensued, which
was only interrupted by the
hard breathing and occassional short
exclamations of the passengers.
Hut Mr. Hobert Devore, the clerk of the
boat, (who by the way had a lock of his
hair clipped oil' by a passing bullet) ar
ranged an armistice between the two com
batnnts ami that ended tho battle, for tho
time being nt ,,,wt. 'n10 cllUH0 0f t10
trouble is a woman. Rollin'sdaughtergot
married n short time ago ngainst her
father's will sml went away from homo
with her husband; but camo back nlono
sometime afterward on a visit, intending to
stay only n short timu nnd then return
to her husband. But this tho father
refused to permit, nnd has been holding
her, in a manner, a prisoner against her
will. Reeves is the frleud of tho young
husband aud wife, and has been helping to
deviso means of escape for tho latter and
the father, hearingof this, threatened to shoot
him on sight. They met yesterday, and
hence the tableau. No arrests were made
that wo know of.
.ri'IXlK OI.H.MTK.'.I) s roi'HT.
Officer Dunker arrested Thomas Russell
for vagrancy and took him before Judge
Olmstead for trial, who found him guilty
nnd sent him to jail for thirteen days.
Annie Ezell was brought before Squire
Comings by officer Lallue, charged with
using abusive language calculated to dis
turb the peace and she was fined fivo dol
lars and costs.
An officer of the law from Mound City
came down here yesterday in
search of a negress named Mollie
Baily who had came down hero a few days
ago- She, with a little child, was a resident
of M.mntl City, nnd a few weeks ago, ad
ministered an inhuman chastisement upon
the child, for which she was taken before a
justice of the pence and fined. Tho child
was postrated in consequence of the brutal
beating it had received, and day before
yesterday it died. With the assistance ot
Officer Schuckcrs, the woman was found
and taken back to the scene of her crime
She will be dealt with as the law requires.
Music and fun will reign supreme at the
atncncuin to-morrow night, on the advent
for the first time in Cairo of this cele
brated aud successful concert troupe. The
party comprises some of the best comic
nnd character vocalists on the American
stage. The instrumental solos of the
specialty musicians arc enthusiastically
received, and the bell solos (particularly
the Imss, and who will ever tire of the
ringing of the bell.-), are wf II worth alone
the price of admission, which is placed at
50 and 75 cents, with no charge for re
A STL'BIIOUX JUROR.
We clip the following item from the
Globe-Democrat, because the case referred
to relates to a well known citizen of Cairo,
Mr. Henry Eichholf, who is complainant in
the suit, having sued for $oO,OOo damages
for false imprisonment.
One of the most intelligent juries ever
empaneled was that which wrestled for
two whole (lays with the case of Eiehoff
vs. Vornbrock in Judge Adams' court. And
yet, with all their intelligence, the jury
failed to agree upon a verdict and
had to be discharged. There was
one strong-headed man among the twelve
who stubbornly held out and could not be
convinced. He had made up his mind
that the defendant oiiirht not to be made to
pay for having the plaintiff" put in jail
without adequate cause, and no argument
could shake hi m. The jury applied to the
judge for additional instructions and re
ceived new light from the judical luminary,
but still the one mau failed to sec the
point, and the case re-ulted in a mistrial,
When the jury was finally discharged, elev
en of them were as mad as hornets and
expressed their minds quite freely.
Donooi.a, Feb. 4th, 18sl.
On the !ld instant, a collision between
the freight trains, VM and 111, took place
on the Illinois Central railroad, two miles
north of Dotigob). Both engines, together
with several cars, were badly wrecked.
A cutting affray took place in Dongola,
near the station house, on the third instant.
One Ado Culil stabbed William Saltziner
six tiu.es, indicting 'some severe wounds,
though perhaps not mortal. No arrests.
P. & W.
Best flour in the city, at New York store,
for $7.90 per bbl.
for the Suml.iv Bulletin :
"BABY AND ME."
' I'lcwie w rite hoiiih pmMry mama dear,"
Saul a Kwfiet chilli's vdIch l mo
' What Mmll it he, my little one" '
"Oh! about Ijaliyand me."
"Annul bnhr nnd you?" aid I,
"Well thin, lunv will thin duV
A Kvveet littli" blue eyed lady,
With hair like rii h. pun jsold,
So womanly, lovini; and tender,
So yontif and yel o old.
I oe her lllltmi; around my room,
Llkti tmn merry little prite,
Sinylns wcrI oni; of cladnen
From mornim; until nliiht
Like a tender, little mother,
liiildiiiu Kolden haired bahy'it feet;
Then With soft. Rellllll voire,
Ilinllllie; our pot to li').
Then movlni; about dtnurely,
The ilnt)r.! slill to keep.
And wbruthc bright cyen open wldfl,
And bahv nap I oro.
See them, a merry, noisy pair.
Cpon the rliumbrr floor.
Thn baby dimpled flnRer,
Are ne're for ono moment still;
CatchiDRatliKhl and abadow,
A It rail on the window alii;
SrHtleriuiiplaylhlui! around her feet,
With tho gweetest baby will.
Her yea llkti downy blue bull.
Her moutb liko a race unblown,
llr-rlitllo feet like cunulnR white mice,
Penp nut from Ibo nowy izown.
1 watch them at Iholr happy play,
A they Sll tho Iioiiko with sunBhinc,
All thu live-Ions day.
Hut my Joy ha almost a touch of pain;
For well I know when childhood's pant,
"Daby and mo" will no're bo thus happy "'
Cauio. ll,L.,.!an, 211, I BSD. Beatiuc'
fff Remember. 1
STAR n A MS,
Whitfaker's Best, for 103a' ct,nts P" '
New York store.
Clkar head ami voice, easy breathing,
sweet breath, perfect '!"tonnL,,"tt''
ing, no cough no distress. heo nre con
ditions brought about In Catarrh by the two
of Sanford's Radical Cure. Complete
treatment for 1.
HOUSEKEEPKR vi ANTED To take chnrpo of
a heuu. Nolwnily. Apply to Nick Moucn.
KiKbtb atriiet, Cairo, Ilia.
IftAACKE FARM FOR HALK ON F.AKY
1UU TerniH. Tim land li altuated lour nillea
west of llyilifei Park, 46 acre in cultivation. For
particular apply lo YV. IiOLDEN.
riMIBUTY LIVERY HTAIII.E la Bir.rcd FUR
1 SALE, or will trade for rlly or country prop
erty. The outfit Include" barn. liorn', rurrinri ",
WHeoiiH. Ilurnecd, etc., etc , all complete, wlih
clear title to the un pertv. Fur lelormatloii aa to
term, etc., apply at the I'lty I.lverv stable.
IX) R KALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CAIRO
P properly. A kooiI farm of IMO iirre. pm uu,.r
cultivation, balance In timber; ultnnted about 15
nillea from hvanavlllv, Ind , .'I miliK from New
burn, one mile from Ohio River. 'Hum are tlirc
hoiifen on the farm, (tablet, three orchards ami
plentv of k.'I water (Th Newbnrir coal vein
runs beneath this laim. For tcrnm. nr., tiitiiiy to
at Alexander Co. liai.k.
AT II ENK UM
Monday Evening, Febniny 7.
Swiss ReH lingers A Concert Company
In their Captivating llewiti bin, Jubilant En
tertainment, repletu Willi
Knn and Music
AcaiKtrd by a Ilriillanl Cor'. of the m. i com
pIlHhed Voialiln, lntruinriitalit nnd I inneili
an, and the Newell, Latel, druinl.-.l Aue rlr.iu
FLEUTE IIAIiMOXrc JIAN'I),
Sometblnjr entirely new' The nnty one In tie
World; Cornet .Solo.. Hr Soii.i., Ilul ml.
'iO and ?r. cent
ReiM'rvnl e,it now on alcut llartmati'ii without
AND in CENT STORE
pun r AND iocentstokk
On Eighth street ha removed to f'omnn rrlal A r
uue, betwi en Ninth and Tenth Mn ii
We are elllrj; our tork of
(Jueenstvare. (ilasswaie ami
H K I j O V COS T,
l'cao i;ive me a rail and will mn.fv you
N. 11 NEWMAN.
ATTENTION ! ATTENTION! !
a new j;aki;ei; such.
Hath Rooms Compline
t'or. of Eighth and Commercial A,t
TO A I j I j GKNTLKMEN:
Hath( ran f i un-d at all hour sundnv irriud-
-d. Call and iiih. Sstiffnoon p;a':ant t-d
Don't forget the plnre.
1; W AM.EV. Proprietor.
VOTK'E li. hereby 1,'ivrn !,t I w,! be
A' loliowini; t.aoi'il nine,-, nt
ttic t'trtr. heli. iv
Mateil. lor Uii. piirpo.,. t.f roll, rilnf the r vi,:n- of
Alexander rounty, liiinoin, or t!,e )etir A I). -),
and pror veur
At the it ore ti'iare of Car
'li Martin. In lire, h
Ulilei- prerinr'. ou Alulnlav,
. tbc Tin iMv of Feb-
ruarv. lb, 'l
At the flute ln.ij.e of p F
H'.d'e 1'ark. In t't it v nr.-ciert, 01
th dm of February, A. In. Ik-1.
At "tore hourcof Henry Huht. kcr. in town of
Htndiiekv. In Sandnekr priai.rt on W.-dii' dv,
the lull dav of Febr'iarv, A II . !!.
At "lore he of lilbb. A- Co.
III t'WN I'l
hlco. In Elro precinct, on Thnrpday. the
1' lii y
or rctiriiitrv, A I).. I""!
at the repldeiirr of N irhnlnp Hnnp k- r. In I ck
Mill'Cii'i prei inrt, on Monday, I be .'M iln ol Fib
ruary A. li . Ivl.
At the "tore bod.e of Junn p Il.Mulciihy. Con nn r
rlal Point, bnw leland preclm t, on Tuepday. the
Ti t'NVof February. A. i.. Il
At the ptore boil"' of A II. Ireland, in the town
of ranla I'e, Snt la r'e prertnet, on W edncr day ,
thu -Id dav of Fi bruiirv. A J . !-l
At the Ptore hoiipc of fl F. llrown A Pro., in
town of Theli, p. Thebe precinct on Thurd:iv,
the VMlb dav of February. A. lb. 1-M
A' the tore hou-e of E . Culler A Co
Creek precinct, on Friday. lh '.AMh (lay
ary. a i .
At the Ptore Imiupc of R A EdmrrMiti. in Fact
(iape (ilrardeau precinct, ou !atcrday, the .'' th day
of Ft'hruarr. A U , l"l
At the repldence of pebT Ssnp, In Firet Culro
precinct, ou Tunrday, tbu let day of March, A. D ,
At the real eptute oftire of M .1. Ili'mb-v. in Sit
ond Cairo pp-clncl. on WVdnerday, the 'M day of
March, A. D . 1nI.
At the etore hou-e of I'. Fltlp raid. ronoT Four
teenth Mrent and Commercial avi-nic, in Third
Cairo precinct, on Thur-day, the ;;d ilnj ol March.
A. 1)., lv-1.
At the nore of E. B. I'eltit, In Fifth Cairo pre
cinct, on Fridav, the Ith day of Mured, , I) , lv-.
At the court hoiie in Eotirl h Cairo precinct, on
Saturday, the Mb to the 3)st da.vp of March, A. O ,
Taxpayer will near in mind t lint on and nfter
11 day of April next, that one per rent a month
will be addwl to their taxi ". If not paid by that
time for eurh I the law of our Stale, etc.
Don't fall t be realty wltli your perotil tiiM .
Dated, thi, Cairo, III ..ImimirT JIHi. A.D..1V1 .
JOHN 1IU1K.K5. sheriff
and ex officio Collector of Alvxauder County. 111.
ROOTS AND SHOES
K. -I ( ) X ICS.
SUOE-M A X E H.
Atlienenm Hiiildiiig Commercial Av.
Ke only tbu very Hel Imported Stock and cm
ploy the most competent workmen.
nn, I ratlefuctlou
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piled, coverltu! iilinopt tlieenliru Held of Li'iirnlni;.
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and uhw In It aeventeeiilTi edition, tiik only
book nr it kind. Sureiifce to every Avnt
whntuke It. Sold only by aiibpcrlptlon.
T'himu wiphltK to become Axent, adilre for
Deacrlptlve Circular nnd extra term.
O. W. CARLETON A CO., Fubllslier, N.Y.C'lty.