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THE CLAXRO BTTXJZJmn:2&:3?m&ttJjtt& 14.
W ce authorised to annoon. DANIEL
ARTKtl M a candidal for Hayorj at the .uau
lug munlolpej electron.
' sTwr lit Altorm.w.
W ire ntherid to announce John M. Lani
dan a a .andldat far reeleetlon to the oflke of
(III; Attorney t the ensuing municipal election.
Wmw air Itenktl,
We an kUlhorUad to aanoua AMURKW CAIN
m a candidal far Ik ofle of City Wan tiki, ub-
i to th dMiilon of th Uemoc relic party.
W art aulborlkod to aaoucIU4 UtMHl T.
MARTIN wiU b a eaadldaU for th oBm of City
Ktnhtl, at Ik aalftg .barter l.ll. tub'
lcl U tu.4o.lki en of tbe Done rati party.
W r, wantborlid to umibh PAUL W
ALL KM Mia' tkdoeoadokH eJ Ida. f U
I OUT If arsbal, Mkjwl uly to tootle! lo of
Ik. poopl. Id
'STILL IM TUB FIBLB.
W are iMkoritod tokaaouao lb suaoe of J.
T. TIIOHAJ) aeaadidaU for tb of air
Clerk al th aauilag mulefpel otottiom. M
Al Ih reqeeas of rnaay frloBdo, I an a candi
date for rh.'orV of City Clerk, inu)el to lb do
oioionof fhltttmocratla party.
KICIUKL i. HOWLHV.
Wmr Cllr TfOiouw. .
W kr aulhoriafi'lo aatouaoa JOeiBfH B.
TAYLOR, M.aeaadidaU fOf r)Wa f
flee of City Trrr kl Hit ootQlaf asnnlcla.1
it aril on:
for Noloot 0k-tl.
W.ar. authorised to aaaouai N. I.. WICK
WIRK M k candidate for' tA lcl Ccuacll
from Ih Third Ward, el lb neulBg munici
We at kullio-laad la announce thkt W U
Ceryls a oaadldal for meat of tb.Reardef
Ald.nnen from tho Tint WarJ.
CilT Clerk'. Mm.
Cairo, 111., Jenaary as, irjl.
yea, I t her HI Mat
Md' av or FKtRTTARr.
a IbeCttv of Cairo, la th roanir l Alfiodtr.
la lb KIMo of lUlaoia, lor In trytm of
A C117 Clark.
A Cilf Tftvwor,
A Ciir arobal.
A Ciir AMornoj? M
MnMWr oftbo toiot Coaaxll.aa follovti
Oaa MtT ttm tta KlrM Ward,
Oa Mttahtr from tho Bocoad Ward,
( M mi tor troai tb Tbud Ward.
Os MiaWr tnm obo rooMh Ward, aad
Two Maatter from tho Ctlr-at'Larc.
uu iftabor of kbo Board of Aldoraoa froai
Ih. K)ru Ward,-,
Tbroo MWn of tho am frcai tba Boooad
Ward, . ,
Da MMkhor of Um aajno fraa th Third
To aUBbafi of tba aaaao ftoa la foanb
Polio olll bo oaMd la tho dibrrst ward a
foil) t '' "
la ih Flrat Ward, al lb B)c fomtrlj kaova
aMcKta1 Co.'i, rorarr l fililh alrott aad
In lb umad Ward, al Ih oaxia boe of tho
ikb rit einoar
Vard, lath Hiboralau Kir Com-
aaj' Mfpk ko, noar Ih eomtr of Twomb
lrlaM CaaurikRMl aTau
la Mo r brfk Ward, al th (oan-h .
Ml til it oaoaod al I 'clfk ... and
tlotod al o'f(j a.m. of aald Mth 1 of re bra-
anr. A. O.II7I.
CW OVMNINtt, M. D. Bt.
IDf NCR Oornar Math aad Walaat
OIK(CR-Carar With Bum! aad Ohio L?oa
OfNCR BOtTRS-Vroaa t a.w. to It ., sad
WILLI A KB. MITM.M. 1
RRrTr.NCK-No., Tblrtioalb ra
twMWhloftoa ATaao aad Walant ItroM.
OtYC K.ylHCotelal ATa,an'l
W Aat MNEK, ML Call
lemrVltCK Trar of MialMath it.,
ksd WkohUUia ktk. OPf-JCBj-Oa Cuiumaruikl
... ororliba pMMftVa. OpTlCB fOURtt
frora la M.IO II M (liaadar'oxptod aad
from S to ( pB,'
OMct ftt CiBiftrcWtl Aveaie.
ilaol(f, ! .aHdk I lla.a,
lU.Uuci,Ko, ll,Kltb trl, Culro III.
REEM V GII.BKMT,
AITOBMEM AXB COC58ELL0B8 AT
William Bt. tlllboTl, I CAip,;UX.
'Mlloa r. Aillkvart, J
apocial ati.Blioa xitm to Adaiiralljr aad ttakta.
OMaa OBIa htowa 7
Ait, mjjfif v pope
ATTOBNEYS AT LAW
sv-r' r .. 11.
OPKICK-O aralh Utrml WinlM' Block.
dMlOdll 1. !
WW COAL, TC.
OOl Altfe 0AL.
la bf.oarod to dell Mr Ik itt
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
la mi part of tho cRy,. U an oaalilr daoUad,
Cl DwHTrt4 at $4 M Pt Tt
nVPtflBJInf tUknrui. Qrth A 0.' llOV
ati, two do.r. aboT tb mihi ( Bifbtb itoMl
ad Mmai.rcai btbb.
Cairo City Book Bindery
3rl miawl W '
BtaaiwRRetRwa mm are aad !
karMfMoMMM ttoil f
ai : r
SITS OF IBS on.
B- Tho Epiicopfil choir will give a
conrort at Ui AUincnm to-night.
Gruldrkh. Thera nra 4,520 children
uridar twnty-ou yearn of age, lit AUian-
f lour' Cholca Family Flour In bill
Lalf bblf., aacki, dto., tor tala at tba Egyp
tian Mill. au
PbcfaRE. It ti tb duty of every cUL
mu to Rot lili pocket book ready to buy
aticket to tbu Hibernian fir company.
OnR hundred valuablo rlfti will ba
Won away each night at Prof. Sand
utilvr" gift ibow four nlghti tbli week.
A LARORitock of furnlililng goodi of all
klndi alwkyi on hind at P. Neffi, Ko. T9
Ohio Levre. dev9tf
IIliuoaLrruica. For Norman'i Cha
lybeate Couj.li Syrup trado mark of
lilcroelyphlct co to Jlumui, ol arxnt.
corner Eighth itroot and Commercial are-
Foil fifti-en yean I lUfTered from dlior-
dor of tho liver ; but ilnco I have used
cue package o( Slmmont' Liver Hegulator,
to thl day, which ii now rTrl yean, I
hare been comparatively a aound man.
Maj. A. F. "WOOLF.Y,
febUd&wlw Klngitoo, Ok.
Why will our friend run the riik of be
coming blind by wearing common Specta
cle, when they can procure the moit per
fect article that bai yet been made, by
calling at oar old frlendiTaber Hroi' the
well known jowelen and cut a pair of
Lazarus A Morrli' Perfected Hpoctidci.
Don't delay. febldawcVlm
Winter. Our friend of th Columbtu
Diivatth ii inclined to be humoraui.
tirk I BR about the candidacy of Mr.
Winter for the Mayoralty, ha iayi :
It Ii a little itrance that whilo Colum-
but and Cairo are only twenty mllei apart,
in the Irtt named place Wintor ii about
drawing to a cloie, in tba hit named
place n Inter ii juit beginning to can
van for Mayor of the city. Henry Wintor
Ii the man who Ii running lor Mayor.
Taiu. Pcrioni in arreari for .State
and county taxci will tava coU by liquid
ating the lamn Immediately. It ii nucei-
lary, in order to give the eehool fund it
money, that all personal taxes ihould be
paid during tbli month. Thoe intereited
will take due notice and govern tuemielvea
accordiagly. ALKX. II. IIIVIN,
Iwd Sheriff and Ex-offlcio Collector.
Ciibmrt. What ii the matter with
Cheney? and What did he do1 Aro
questions frcxiuently a.kl wkon lb Cho.
ney trial Is mentioned. lie reiuaeu to use
the word "regenerate," l the following
aentence In the eerrmony ef baptism:
Wo vUld Thee heartv thanki. most
merciful Tether, that It hnth pleuod Thee
to rptnraU this infant with Thy Holy
Spirit, to receive him for Thine own child
by adoption, and to incorporate him Into
Tby holy ipirit."
Taukr Brother., 63 Ohio Levee, will
ueraaftur keep constantly on hand, diroct
from the Kastorn manufacturer! the very
best winter strained purified ipertn oil, for
tewing machine, and all fine and light
machinery. Thli oil bai never yet been
uperreded by any of the manufactured
oils, as it nvr gums or is affected by the
Tare Notice. For aaleor exchange
for Cairo property a farm af 40 aerei, 42
nilleo from Cairo, near Anna, In Union
county; healthy location, and good water.
The place Ii about half cleared, in good
running order, itocked, with good range.
For particular! addreis rrancii Klier,box
407, Cairo, or call on film on Cedar itreet,
botwoen Klghtbud Ninth strcoU.
Wr tako plouure In catling attention to
to the card of Meurs, Closo and Vincent
commission merchant, corner eight itreet
and Ohio levee, which appears in another
column of Tub Bulletin to-day. Both
tboee gontlemen aroold reildonU of Cairo,
and well-known business men. Thoy
makeatpcclality of plaiter'i hair, lime,
ement, etc, etc., which luey will ell ut
wboleialaor retail. We beepealc for tnem
a liboral ihare of the cowmlssion billing
ai well hi of tho local trade.
The Ball or the Uiurrnianb. Our
reader muat not forgot tho ball of the
Hlbomlan Fire Co., which is advortlud to
tako place on the 20th of the present month.
The Hibernian Ih one of tho mot faithful
anddeiorylng ofonr tiro companle;, and
ihould recolvo well at tho hnnd of our
cltUeni. Tho committee will be
around to-day for thepurpoio of diposing
of ticket and which havo been placed at
the low prico of one dollar, which
enablei everybody to buy one.
Here is a chance for a fow hour of un
alloyed ploaiure, for almoit nothing.
Buy a ticket and enjoy it.
Marmiaob Cbrrwoxt in tub Catho
lic Church. The marriage of Mr.
Charle Stewart and Miu Mary Caven
der, wai lolomnlaed in the Catbolio
church on laii ounaay evewlng. quite a
large congiogation of people wltneiied
the ceremony which wa performed by
theBov. Father O'Connor. The bride
wm attired In whlto U alio wai herat
Undant brldeimald, and pretented, it very
engaging and attractive appaarane. Mr.
tad Mm. SUwart remain In Cairo and
haveeetuD their household god lath
kaae receatly otottpt4 f Mr. JoLb
Brown Wewiih ihloBg, pi9pt
perouiand happy life.
ST. TALEfllTlfE'S DAT.
The Dr W rltwt''-Hw Bt wa
Obaarv! Is OlsUa Tlaaoi-Th It
Urr erOnpl4-rtrew Wai til , fee. Ate.
To-day, the Hth of Fobrury, iaBU Val
entine'! Day, and no doubt our Foit Of
fice clorki will find their handi .norathan
usually full, in delivering the valentine!
transferred to thalr deitinad recipient!
through tho medium of tba Poet Office.
IN roRMRR TII1R,
"the day wai celebrated in England, Scot
land, and in different part of France, by
a very peculiar and auuaing custom. On
the eve of St. Valeatlrtw, number of
young folk maid aad bachelora would
ammbie towetber and inierlbe ubor MM
billet the nam! of as eaaal Biswber of
their acqRaiBtancaa, throw tba whole Into
a receptacle of eotae eort, aad taea draw
than lottery wile vara of ooune being
taken that each ihould draw on of tba
Tho penon thu drawn became one'
valentine. Tan Imaginary engagements,
ai may be mppoied, efUn led to real onei,
becauie one noceuary conieouence of
them wai that for a whole year, a bach
elor remained bound to the lerrlee of hi
vaieutine." rrvm tni caitom grew the
one of writiag anoaymoai epiitlei, called
valentlnei, to the object of one'a perfer-
ence oa tbli day, and by virtue of which
St. Valentine became tba.
FATBOM IAIRT I
of tbeio mtnlvei, and probably mora
engagement and marriage dated their
incipieocy from thU day than all other
lay In tho year. For lome time sack,
however, the feetival "ha ceaied to
poso tho graceful lyaabolle meaning it
used to have," and St. Valentlao may
now be called a comic god, whote wor-
ihippcri show their fealty by all aorta of
cotiilo picture and ridiculoui illuitratloni
of things "in heaven, on the earth and un
der the earth," aad which, are Bent to
young and old, maje and female, frlaodi
and foe alike.
In the Catholic church, it U a wage
mora or lesi widely extended to aelect oa
St. ValeatiBe' day, a patron lalat for the
year, who ii called a'valeatiae.
Oo and see Prof. Sands, the great Euro
pean traveler and greatest magician in the
John Graham wu arretUd yeeterday by
Cain, and fined by Broea S. Me had heea
Mr. Page will give a ball oa Thursday
evening neat, at her reeldeae on Com
tatrcial ares bo between Miaeteeath aad
An oxea, harneeaed, aad hitched la a
one-horse wagon, trudged through the
Fourth Ward on Sunday, attracting muth
We understand thai our good looking
friend, John Gate, W abteat one matri
monial excunion, and will return with a
The weeping and walling and gneihlsg of
teeth in wbleh our river reporter indulged
when tho printer made hint aay that the
utatAtr wa riling fourteen lacbet a day,
may be imagined, but can t be described.
A deer attempted to iwlm from tho
Kentucky side of tbo Ohio on Sunday,
but when it came near the wharf on thle
lido, became alarmed aad (tarted back.
A couple of men puriued, aad overtaking
it about the middle of the river, mcceedod
In killing and securing it.
A man, name uaknown, while ateadlBg
yesterday by one of the billiard table lu
Kelly and Winter' lalooa, euddenly fell
nnconsciou and wu taken to the calabooa
oa a dray. He wa ia aa uaceaaeWiw,
itate lait nlgbl at 10 o'clock. ThU morn
ing he is either dead or aober.
School Superintendent White U ao
tively engaged making preparation! for
the Teacher' Institu to he held in Cairo
during the last week in March. Three
evening! will U devoted to lecture.
Home talent has beoa obtained for two
nights, and on the third night, we are in
formed a lecture will be delivered, by a
gentleman whose reputation ii national.
THE SAKDH OF LIFE.
On the seventh day of the eovcntb
month of 1777, Marguerite Band
patented her lord with a aeveath
on. Thli boy grew to maahooxi
and became th father or Henry Sandi, hli
leventh eon; and what a wonderful boy
this Henry was. While yet lu hit cradle
be became feraoui for hi occult power.
Everything that cam within hi reach
disappeared in a very myiterioui manner.
Before he wai out of bli teeni he wai rec
ognized as one of the most' wonderful ma
gician of tho njje, and to 4 ay itaudi
without a pour. He will appear to-mor
row night at the Athonwutu in lome of
hi most wonderful aot.
The jury in the cue or Duku vs.
McCluru, whero the plalntiS claims tiOO
u reward for finding 9100, tbo property
of McUlure, failed to agroe.
The morning section of yuterday wu
ooniumed in argument to the Court for
and agalnit the releuo of 8. D. Ayers,
upon a writ of kabeeu torjxis.
The argument will be resumed thU
Afternoon tesilou wu ooaiumed ia
trying the case of Stoval Yoaag, K
UesaecUd that tho Import ant eate of
Bussell m. Wardner will be tried before
the adjournment of Court.
geVXemembor the IpUeopal chRrea
choir at the AthcatURj, tail (Tuecday)
THE C Agr.ft. K.
Aa ftavlr Oaaapletlesa ta lMUe aWoat
VreeUeeea-Wkat la alikaa; ataae la
Aekaaaae-what Cel. Aliens Preae
ted la RT.Ueart.
The probabllltlai are that, within a year
from thiidr.te, tho Cairo and Fulton rail
road will be completed from thii city to
Little Rock, Arkaniai. All the 'ilgns of
the time," having relation to thli mattor,
point to thli conclusion, and we ihall
bo greatly dUappslnted if ia the time men
tioned we do not make thacurioa from
Cairo to the capital of the Bute of Arkan
a at tb tall of the Iron bone.
the work on the road I being pushed
ahead with great tlgor. oXbe;JMwopo
(Ark.) rtKifi report' , rjlceav;vK o
that city by Cast. J. L. uodge. or ae u,
AF. KR. Ucauredth5lafmaathat
work would not be discontinued for a iln
gleday until the, road wa completed to
the Mleioarl line, aad he predicted that
within one year the car would bo running
alone: the entire line. ThU proves that in
Arkansas the men in interest are alive
to the Importance of the early completion
of the ontcrprlie.
jim iiav aoout the road
It, too, ii in excellent condition. The St.
Aa refard th Cairo and Fulton roadt
wrhleh wa racentlv traniferred to Mr-
Tbo. Allen, president of tbo Iron.Moun
tain road, a petition wu latroduced in
the Legiilature on Wedaoeday, uklng
that the title of the read might be con
firmed to Mr. Allen and hi heir and aa-
len bv tbo Aasswibly. This U to free
the transfer from that endless litigation
on technicalities which ia connection with
such translations U frequently carried on,
by partoas of a meddieaoaie turn of mind.
Mr. Allen hai advevtUed for hid for th
grubbing and grading neceaiary on the
old line, which wee about twelve mile.
The ralU of the road which ware torn up
some time since are' now lying along
the road bed. TA fir it ' imht
milt wAicA nttd Utile .more than jetton'
ilructiot, it completed Itrtl, altr
uhick il s froftd to extend (A reavf ftp
mitti farOter ttett. '
ThU is good news to the people of Cairo,
and we hope tbero may thU time be
ao alip betwixt tbo cut and the Up.
I. K -TAEE S0TICEI-I E. . '
Wkere Btarssatsa la ary Heede Way Be
hi B. HANHT
U now nuking arraagemeit for, the open
ing of the spring trade. He Intends filling
hie eotamodiou store room with a large
variety of-dry good, eoeapriilag iadle'
Arm gooer mueHa, table Hnee, carpet
ing, maUlngaad all arilelei usually foaad
In simiUr MlahlUkmeate.
UU carpet, - two J)ly, three ply and
Brassels, arc.of new aad elegant pattern,
and cheaper than have been brought to
thi market. Mr. Hanay laUnd adding
to hU stock in thU particular, at an early
day, and will ihow inch a variety in sty It
and prico that all purchasers can be lulled.
In other articles or dry goods Mr.Hanny'a
stock will be low in prim, various In kind
and of the best quality.
THIS A!f THAT.
"Ha llveth long who llvoth well," iayi
the soag ; and be llveth well who eatelh at
Louis Herbert' restaurant say we. -
A city Democratic nominating 'conven
tion, will, w are Informed, bo called to
meet in the early part of next week.
Short and sharp canvas.
A foolUh fellow Bt Xewburg, Indiana,
en a bet, drank a quart of whisky, and
died in a few minute thereafter. If he
Bad iadulged in good liquor, auch ai is
sold ia Cairo, be wouloojeva been strength
eed instead of killed byla quart. An ac
quaintance of our hu consumed two
quarU of whisky daily far: tho last year,
and ii getting batter rapidly.
A friend of Dr. W. J. Wilson, of Love-
lace, Ballard county, Informs us that- that
gentleman ha in bli poasesslon a corn
stock of the uiont remarkable kind. It-is
somo fourteen feet Jong, and' hu' twenty
eight Joint. From each of thcio joints
root are .printing out lu all JiKutivu.
It wu obtained from the farm of Mi . Cole
man, near Lovelace.
We have received a copy of tho Arkan-
tee Slatfman, published at Jacksonport,
Arkanias.by Mr. John P. Fagln, formerly
of thi city. Mr. Fgln Is, as our readers
kuow, an oxporioncrd newspaper nun,
and wo wiih him iucckm la hii.new cuter-
prlso. May he grow rich and not di a
violent death, it the but wish wo cau wish
any man who lives in Jacksonville.
Our faro p layuri must do a cash bust-
nu, for the law hi gonu bcK on them
entirely. The Supreme Court of this
State has rendered a decision holding that
a note for money leit at faro it void in the,
band ot an innocent bolder for value.
Chief Justice Lawrence and Justice!
Soott and McAllister united in a dissent
ing opinion. The cue Involved not to
the amount of tJ,000 given by one Drake
Closing Oat Half.
Twenty-uvy thousand, dollar worth of.
Tdy-mde clothing,' hat, cape, booU,
hoes, truuki and valcse are offered for
sale by P. Neff, 7'., Ohio Lovee, at AC
TUAL COST FllICKS, it being hit in-
tontioa to cloao out in that lino and em
bark exclusively aud more etenslve)y' in
the furnUhing goods and merchant tailor
ThUcloilBgout' Hale furaUhos'aa oppor
tunity to eourw" clothing cheaper haa
ever before offered in thU market.
Wavtrd.A fetaaU Mrvaat, whit or
Black, to flo oAaEthar work hi a seiaU lua.
ily, aad auiee. To good hrtp, the blgheit
wHMwlll be paid. Ad4rB "loqulrer,
Oread B.atemiuaUoa Teaterday aad
Ball Laal Rlht.
Tho Cailno demonstration yostcrday
wu a Buccet in every urno of the word.
In th morning, led by tho Silver Cor
net Band, tho iMlety paraded through
tho city, ataiuking genrl attention. A
liner looking body or men were never seen
in our ilroti. Having 1 nkugurkl.nl their
new hall, and partaken of a grand
lunch, they awaited with impatience tU
fcttlvltle of the evening.
And they were fine. Everything con
nected with the ball wu just what it
should be -orderly, elegant, splendid.
The lighU were bright, the cottumu gor
geeus, the dancers joyous aad the whole
afak u merry u a marriage bell. We
did not see th mysterious proeessloB that
began at the hoglnaing; but we did tee u
joyous an assemblage of people u it hu
ever been our good fortune to look upon.
Tho "nobility of Mound City" wore net In
attendance u advertised. The member
of the Casino, by their noble-hurted hos
pitality, luppllodall thenobillty.that wu
roquiiitn. Krrjbody felt at home ;
everybody felt Joyoui; every
body danced with hoarty good will;
everybody partook of Scbeel'a ipleadid
supper ; everybody wu satisfied with him
seir or herself aad with everybody else.
'We regret our inability to give a de
scription of the costumes worn; but it
would be impossible to do so at the late
hour of this writing.
ILLINOIt CENTRAL RAILROAD.
On and after 12:30, p.m., Sunday, Doc.
4th, th following time table will govern
the arrival and departure of puMager
trains at Cairo :
D BP ART.
Mail train Itave at 3:40 a.m.
Express, " at 3:30 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Bxpreass
Ua vasal 1:20 am.
Accommodation leave at... 1230 p.m.
Mall arrives 2:05 aRS.
EBpresa, arrif os- 12:24 p.m.
St, Louis rind Cairo Express
arrlvoi 4:45 p.m.
The last named train leave St. Jjouli at
10.33 e.m. Tradars can leave Cairo at 1.20
s.n1 reach St. Louis at T:25 a.m., remain
n tbo city .three hours, and return to
Cairo at 4:45 p.m., the same day.
The 12:80 accommodation and Cairo and
Bi. Louis express leave daily; all others
leave daily except Sundays.
Way passenger should bear la mind that
the 3:30 D.m.. train makes onlv four stop.
plags between Cairo and Centfalia, via:
Jontsboro, Carbondalo, Du Quoin aad
Ashley. Tli 12:30 p.m, train slops at aa
the station! along the route.
J AS. JOHNSON,
decStf Agent, Cairo.
i . e - ... s
CoRiusiiTioN. An Kaitern medical
periouical glvei an Interesting account ef
the complete cure of Mr. Amet Suuffcr,
or Manor, Lancaster county, l'a, or hered
itary consumption. Her parents and v
eral brothers and listen died or thli terri
ble diseas. Mr. Stauftr wu herself re
duced to a mere skeleton : the pulse at
140; ber breathing painfully difficult;
oxpectoratlcut very exco.il ve; diarrbm
worse than chronic, and her condition so
hopeless that at a conference of theolp and
skilful physician! the wai pronounced in,
curable. At this stage of tho dlieaae, Dr.
S. B. Uartman, of MilUrtville, LaaceiUr
county, l'a, a pbyticiaaof fourteen years
standing, prescrild MISHLER'S HK11B
BITTERS. Tho patient loon exparUaced
a pleating Invlgoratiog snitlon through
out her system, and ncourgd by hr
friends to continue under Dr. Hertmeu'e
treatment, she did so, gradually Improv
ing under Increased dose according to ber
strength, until she entirely rcovrd.
Mr. SWufler I still living in the full eu
joyment of prfact health. C. B Herr,
Eq President of Lancaster County (Pa:,)
National Bank, substantiates tb particu
lar! of thi moil wonderfrl cat.
.The Cairo PArra.Veiterday morn
ing tho first numbor oftho Cairv J'aptr,
edited and published by Mr. M. B. liar
roll, wu laid before the public. It i a
handiomo sheet, typographically, and ii
written up In Mr. Harroll's moit felicitous
stylo. We with It a prosperous exiiteneo ;
and hopu it may flit the pocket of it
proprietor with bushels of tnouey. We
look on "Moo" yol as one of Tub Bull
ETiNmen, and of courw wish him succou
In all his undertakings.
Ir tou want a pair of boot mad to or
dr, out of Ihe Wit matorikl, aud ia the
most fashionable and durable raauuer, go
to Wis. Kuleri, on Twentieth street, op
poste tbei court houso. tf
FoHialo or exchange, BOOacrei of choice
land in Franklin county on the contem
plated lino of railroad from Bt. Lou' to
Kvaniville. I will exchange for Cairo
property. O. CLOSE.
rlr you want a good, itylUU and well
fitting suit of clothes, nude U order, you
mast go to P. Mel), Mo. 70 Ohio Love,
Paor. Sands, theohlef of ventriloquUU,
magicians and sligbt-of-band performers,
will exhibit in Cairo, on Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights,
commencing February loth.
Covntt Ohdbb. Wartrd. HigHott
cash prbso paid for county orders by tbe
SaUrprUo Savings Bank. Oslce, at City
National Bank. feWdlw
Krurmbrr. Ou Monday evala
aoth init the Hibernian fir company
Hill give their tenth annual ball.
For pUtoli and cartridge aad bewie
knives, go direct to P. XceTs, No. 7 Ohio
The rollowlng is tho programmo or the
concert to be given by tho choir of tho
Episcopal church this (Tueidar) evening,
at tho Atheneum :
1 In the merry timo of carnival Sporlo
2 Lm Inseparables SponholU
3 Oh, Ya Tenn AU
4 Pa "WalUe (cornet) Squire
ft DatDeutcnZong Schneider
1 "I'm sighing in my ileep"
2 WaaderingJew Waltz Bergmuller
3 Holy Mather Marltani
I'f,lc Krnanl I
6 Bird Song .Gumb.rt 1
Three Black. Crows.
Reserved seat may be vured at tbe
store of D. Harlmaa without exit charge,
Tub Kitchbn Qubbr. In all houw,
holds, wherever used, tbe .Charter Oak
Stove is the domeitlo queen, tjmllci and
good nature pervade her kingdom, and her
itibjocts are always freo from family jars
and kitchen disturbance!. Jan25dawlt
Look out for Prof. Sands' tilver gift
exhibition, four succesiivo nights tbli
week, commencing with WoJnesday, Feb.
LOSE c T12CE!f T,
and doal.ri la
line, Cement, Plaster Paris
Cor. Bik Street ttael Okla Levee
VMsRRTieiHs ro tbtk be a tax.
Thoaaaads rfrd th wuUr ka aon f
irlali aad th truth Is, thai If Ih.t. I a weak
point In Ik (jiUai, wiBtr.lprti,iar to fid
It eel. CoQliiutiol laadenei to dii.a are
BrallaaTvated b damp aad cold. (Rhoom
atlM!oiiioUmillprdll tb sumair kad
fall, to pa oac Bpoa Ii vlellwi ia the toaooa ef
old.) As a ruMM of fcrtitylaf lb body agkiait
kU ihdlMM which pritlmxiaslvlf In
wiaior, llotsoltor' ftuasacb Bitter eaaool b to
araoall rocoaiasoadad. Ther would b f.w.r
m. elth. ptilrooaary eonplaloti t.ndiDK to
oMumpiloB, IfaJJ faokl ti wirclBflxoiB
Ud deriBB tb hui with a oie of ihl. itatti
tnabl. vflabl toolo aad alurallv. CoaiUpa
Hob, ldiKitlB,trptdUy of thallvtr, and itn.
ral alngcisbh. -f lh ttl' orka., vary
aaoralljr ravall at tbU parlod oftbo r. To all
tba bIIbmou xprtBC (tb mosi stustworui
of all m.Btor)tacb u that IhaHilleriu are
1 lU Keat-ly. Warm clothing U a aood aittrnal
dafirr.ee aaalait auioph.rlo cold aad molalur.
Kut viorou activity in th vital erjtkniiatloa
-fc-k fmimm iMat aui4 dIIVl II 10 Ih tur.
ta, U alao a.aoaaal lo kltb, aad Ihle ectitlsy
I aecurod through the oparatioa of the Riltor.
Tb kia sjmipMhl with lb (toaiaeb, aad If
dlfoitioa is regular and parfocl, th axUrlur elr
cuUtion will b brisk, aaJdampand cold rasy bo
06jceualrd with comparitlv safaiy.
QOMMERCI AL HOTEL,
CeamereUl At., Oppetite Pott OBre
JOSEPH BATLI88, Proprietor.
Th. Beu.o It o.elr ftirnUbod aad .tiara to th
publle lrl-li accotsmodMloB. fabTdlf
B K)rkr B. T. Blake
pARKER dk BLAKE.
WHITE LEAD. Ml 0115
Wladawr Um aai Patty.
BrwalM, Well Vaaer, Wladacr Bate
tK OHIO LETEE,
Cairo - - Illinos
jyRfl. WELLM AN
llaar.mnvad from Mi.roroarof Finlmtravl and
Conmif n af iiU, lo
TkeSceoadHoRse or Fifth Strtcl,
tvat sposaaaorrlal aaul Wsuhlaitusi
Aad kri coaataatly on lua.t a full anpply of
NEW &HD OLD FURNITURE
Alau, Vry Oo.a, Ctutlilox, I'tovisiob' and Con
factions, ut tho vvry lowatt prlcr. In 111. city.
Uon'llofa.t Dial Mrs. Wallmitu luu rbaiiK'd bar
plica cf lai.inas., iul don't torjtfi tliHloojiloniif
hvi new aUnd, Sli.. Wllmn will klwkri ba
laundkl lioitinlf not In llio lor rom, In the
dwelling partoftb hoiitt', dlmcw
trailed BUUk of Ania noa. ifcathern M.lrlet et
Wltraa. ob Uio tub day ot ylniarr A. P.
171, MkUiua-lr rloworraa AOo. nld a lib.! la
lb. WaUiut Court of the Vailed for th
Svuthrra Di.ttict ol llllnoi,, aaamat th. ataaot
Iki Loularille, iwr laU, uankla, apparal an l fur
niture, praying thai Die aam. iimv UjcoaJemaad
to na lu aaUl liballknla ll.a aam of(42M lonr bnn.
drrd and IwtBtj Dollar, aad tbt rwu. itj virtu of
iiroc In du rami arlaw, (a rn. dironlad, ro
laraaiiio au tn nraiaioowy us Mcn iti, i aava
saiscd uiiott aud taken tho aald itraaitwat Lout
v ill, bar Uti, aloraauld od bare th aaui
lu my euaiotly.
Nouua ia luiaby (ivaa, tb.l Dtatricl Court of
IboUBtladtUkt.awill bohald al Ilia Vnlt.d Htataa
IVjurt room a lha oily af 01 ro, oa Iko ft rat klon
tlayiil March 1071. forth trial of lha aud pram-
iaa, auu it., vihvi - - -' '.
navv ur ctaim hi; ,ii-t -.-., . iii.v
t'ila to l aad appaar kl tb lint and p!ac kor
vkld.toiUuw eauk. U jr ny h'j";.!C7
abould t bo randarvd lu aueitrdaot-e w5
myarraldlibal. JuUN I. MOllTf.
Caiio, 111., ribruarf U, lrm.-.Ml
OVflK HAIB1NO A.VD MOT?
SUMERVVELL & BAIRD
Ara praaarfd to tako ooatraei for rtlaipgnr
ovia bo of aay a to or d.ieilptlon, oojf
lb.rk"adof work in their He.
Tbjbav. allihaehiary appllaao for re.
aaovlM or ruislaa Imum on ahori aotwr, and ask
k.aa t'f ' puMIe paitoixavr. unttu
AX SALE NOTICE.
Notic. 1 hereby given to John ru Monks, io..
M.fibn, Ilnry Whltnoy, Amo n. l'kinip.,
John r. Cnz, John flortncr ami erwh ot ton tni all
Others inter.-:o.l, thiut male of lanrfa ao.ltown
ind city lot., Tor tho d.llnqnent state, county
al.il dtatricl school laiej of ihn County of Alaian
dor lor tho year A. D. W, UM at lha Court
Homo door initio City ofCklroln M coanty,
on Monday tlif Win day of July A. Ii. IfeOS. I ba.
cnietha purchaser of the followinn deoenbod
ttkctl ol land lor aald delinquent lata, to-wit;
Part of Ilia Nottlira.l quatter of section No.
.oven (71 'n township luurteen t4) South, In
rango two (i) West of tho third 1'. M. eontaintnK
lJ3ncras, uaoasodandtaxod tn tho namn of you
III. akid John f.. Monk. Part afthe Northwest
quarter of aectlon nine p) m lonnahlp fourtoan
ni)uth ,ln rngo IwoiilWtat of the third V M
contkinlnaJS acre aasesied and lated in th.
namo of you tho said Joseph M. Htuwn. The
v... i.Aint Ik. SUMitKara.t rinrirtor of aeotton
aiae (9) In townihlpfourWeB (14) South In rang
two (i)Vlof lh.3.1 V M contlnlnrp acraa.
aaaaaawl and taxed In tho nam of you the aald
H.nry White. The NorUiweal quarter of tho
Nortbweat Quarter of sect on seventeen (17) la
"weibUi "rturtion (II) Bouth. In rang two pj
West or the M P M conulnlnc forty re.a.ae..
d an.1 taxod in Itio namo of yon th aaia Amo
. I'ttllllp. Tn .-"lorili.aai quarter ui """
at quatur of aerllon No. ono (1) In townahlp
fourteen III) Houlh In rkngo No. thro. (3) Weal
of th ad v m contaln'ng forty. crc. "
and tkil In the name of you tho Skill John r.
uoi. Th outhat quarter or ine ronin
Virter of .action No. twenty (W1 In tnwnahlp
fouj.eo (it,, Houlh, in ranio (3 Weal of the 3d
r M cu,iD futty rn, a...d and taxed
In th nam 0 you thn Ml.mohn Oortner ; and
that the lltno aen hy the law lor the rltnp
tlon of encli on. ia lract tit land from
a.il aaln will expte 01. ttl(l i'Ah day of July
A II 1171, and linleM aoonei tcd,eml 1 shill
anii.yior ih.i lor auu roe.tionnrtlieeam.
. .. L.-l ...t. .d.l llr.,. t ......
iriiri r ci i-m o,i
OF REAL ESTATE.
Notlcoii hereby given, that pursuant to k'd.
crotnl nnlrr enlerud in the Court of Common
I'leaa of the city nl Cairo, lit tho November
Term theriof, A. I. 1W7, ana ametiueu at tn
June ep.wUl term, A. V. IW, ot aald court, In
. . u . 1 ,tA-A .n.llntf uh ram
1 . if..... - I... .ii.iirl nr III. ffnml.antl
rhatteti, right and credit of Charles ljum. de-
peaaol, waai'iinipiaiiiam, , '," " VV
.. ..1 f...iA. l. Wnrlc. William K.
I'urrim .'1. niiiitvii.ii.o .-.. V. ' l-
K'nrtt. Murv K. Ivtirtaand John C. Kuiliwrra ile.
fndanl, tho undeMlsned, adminUtratrix 01
Cnarl.a Ktirtr. dwea.ed. wa appolBted to a.l
IU promisee neroiiiauer ui -era
and for llio purfoae. In aald decree montlond.
Now. therefore, nulico, la lurebv clijn lliat the
underaiined will, on 8aliir.lay. lh. w lr "
March, 171, at the aomhwe.t iloor of the court
houa.'la th'eelty of Cairo. o..u.ily of A exander
and SUU. of llllnolf. between fho hour of W
o'clOflk. a.m. and A o'clock ;.ni e""'1
for aale tulhohlgheat and fwi ji'l'ler, lot num
bered Ho 110) and five feel otf or ho eat lideof
iTt nurnroiif eleven 111) all la Mock n''".
tw.ntytbrco (V) ia the e ty of Cairo, roun ,ty o
Aleianilernd SwUof IllmoK mgefherwlth all
tho ."purt.n.nce. nd V''"'?.'" $2
longlJ? in.aperdjwee -nil ..-,'''
irruiaul aaie Winn ' r" ' 1 i ,.l.
kaace lu o.inal iniUllmenta, In alt and twelve
month., to bo secured by "?;K ! ir,tr,n1.
Admlnlstrklrlx o Chkrlr Kuris, decawsd.
U v'.iauU .Ttly. for A.lmti, y.btodltwls
'. Slratton. T. ihrd.
TRATTOX & Itini),
ueceaaor toFtratton. llud'on A (nark,)
o7 ozxxo Xaasrasxi
Aa;t al American Potvilrr Co., and
BlaskMfaolsirer Aavstle for Untie Ywra-
Q. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 Ohio Levee,
Byeclal altaulleu glvea to Coula
at assd Filling Order'
jyj-II.I.EIt V l'ARKKK,
FLOUR, CORN. OATH, HAY,
Nm. tSH OfcIo Leveo
aN THE MOVE.'
H. M. HULEN
Has Uciiiovcd to Ills Old Stan
j3( Commercial Avenue
Where he.olici la a continuance of patror.ag.i
hit fumier eu, In mem. aa will aa thai of an man
aw ones aa may want priraejjrocerit'e.provisionay
to., remarkably cheap for taah.
'lerinat mnciiy roan, lor wnirn n win ri.
or than the lowest. leTtt
HOME FOR SALE.
One of th mail
BEU'TiFUI. ANU IlKAL'i V MLCrW ON THK
IUVKU, AT AMERICA,
Fullvloof rivor ntid bouts, iuer 10 feetaUv
lmprovementa-Houae 4J2, T room"; a eel.
lar aiglit fret deep. !! willed and perfsrly urj ,
under the whole hoiiaei barn, """'V J ie
houa and lumber hmiae, .11 in gW'.'j '. '
I ol boo.1 water. Thre nundrrd ', 1 "r
.;.. ul utliT ol.i.ica varirtie! nii inn oi
..7, l7l-.L' 0""', "wl.
t.i nvertwu aore viuejan. -a.
i ua miii rv.iriaM
TIr and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wrtafe ra.
Toilet Ware, Coal Hod, Eire
ShoTeli, Air (Jratfs, ,
.Manufacturer ol f
Tin, Gopper, Zinc and Sheet Iron ' -
WAlt 3Be '
No. 166 Washington Ave
Heaaaa:, Uatl.rlajr sd all hla of
jjob Work area MtNMrteec BJoeiae,