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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING OCTOBER 10. iS0.
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THE DAILY IIELIETIN.
IVIDT K'lBKINU (HOSTHAYl IirBWlDI,
Only Morning; Daily La Southern Illinois
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Southern Illinois.
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Democratic Ticket.
For President,
WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
of Pennsylvania.
For Vice-President,
WILLIAM II. ENGLISH.
of Indiana,
Democratic State Ticket.
For Governor,
LYMAN TRUMBULL,
of Cook County.
For Lieutenant-Governor,
LEWIS B. PARSONS.
ofC'hy County.
For Secretaayof Stale.
JOHN U. OBEKLY,
of Alexander County
For Auditor.
LOUIS C. sTARKEL,
of St. Clair County.
Kor Treasurer,'
THOMAS BUTTERWORTU,
of Wluncbago County.
For Attorney-General
LAWRENCE HARMON,
of I'eoriu.
Congressional Ticket.
For Con.-ress, ivu district,
WILLIAM IIARTZELL,
of Ktudolph County.
Senatorial Ticket.
For Senator oftheti'Hh district,
WM. A LEMMA,
of Jackson crusty.
Representative Ticket.
For Representatives,
D. T. LISEGAR.
of Alexander county.
II. 11. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union county.
"Till rieht of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corj;t:s,
it Liberty of the Prem. the Freedom of Speech,
the National Rights of Persons and the Rights of
Property must be preserved. -Extract from Gen.
Hancock's Utter upon tukitj: charge of the Louis
lata depart mnt.
A X X 0 1' X CEMENTS.
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
self a a candidate, at the ensulm; November
election, lur the olllce nf County Attormy for the
county of Alexander. Illinois. ANGUS LEEK.
CIRCUIT CLERK -Wrt are authorized to un
nounc that ALEX. II. IKYINwill be acandl
dale at tho ensuing November election for the
ofheoof circuit clerk in Alexander county.
FOR bllEKlr'E We aru authorized to announce
that Mr. JOHN 110UGEH win be a candidate
lor re election to the c t!',ce ol Sheriff, of Alexandre
couuty. at the next November election, subject
Mily to the vote of tliu people at tho polls.
F 'OR CORONER We are nmlmrixed to annonnee
that Richard Kitzt'eraM Is a candidate fur re
election the office of Alexauder COUli'v.
GOLDEN WORDS.
General W. T Suekmas
'Writedown the very Inst .hitiiis ym can ihii.k
rsvofGeu. llufccuek ae an oll.a-r and u vcnilc
mas and 1 will it "
Gkni-.iul U H Giiast.
.'1 h tiVi, tw,l hit, ( (ft ill1 iHiln.l f:...i u f
have known him fur forty n-ur?. His person!, of
ficial and uiilitarv record i- t-Jvu."
Ja'mes A. GAitnr.LB.
"The man who attempts to c't up a political ex
citement in thit coun'.ry on the old sectional isstiei
iM find himself without a Party and without sup
port." HoH. Ronnin JJeix.
"(Jentlemeo: The principles of the Democratic
party an-as far above 1I111 pnncplc of the Repub
XlriD party a. the buib-mcMs of hii;li heaveu are
abotetlie mudsills of hell."
Hon. Cakl S' livi'E.
'I shall certamlv tint attempt to depredica'e the
character of tieu. Hancock, and the urent service!
which be has reinieri d to tin cotiii'rv, e is a
fentlcinaii of Irri'tiroa. hnble cliaraeter, which 1 sliall
be sorry to see any ellurt maiiu to tlisiredn. As a
soldlT, he has shown iennl bravery anJ s k II in
kandlintf Iroops under d tl!i,t eircunivlni ecu, and
bit name it Iduntilird with sums of the I'o.st sp'en
did achieveuient of tb war. For all this Kt ry
i;ood citnen will honor Lim."
Colon bl JonN IIav.
'The Ri'publlcau hands in this campaign that at
tempt to detlle the private character of Gen Han
rock would onlv di Ille themselves. Hu was a sol
dier, a patriot oiid a man of unsullied character, aud
h.f private record is uuanailable,"
(itS. WlNTlELD SCOTT IlANCdCK.
"A full vote; a free ballot; and a fair count."
"Public olllce is a trust, not a bounty bestowed
upon the holder. No incompetent or dieuoiiutt per
son should ever he entrusted with It."
"II railed to the Presidency I should deem it my
duty to resist w ith all niv power any attempt to im
pair or evade tho full force and effect ot the con
stitution, which in every article, section and amend,
nnnt, is the supreme law of the land."
"The right of trial by iurv, the habeas corpus
the liberty of the press, the "freedom ol speech, the
natural riphts of persons, aud the rights ol property
must he preserved,"
DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS.
HON. 11. W, TOWKSESO WILL SI'EAK AT
Gnlconda. Friday October 5.
New Hiiruside, Wednesday October 0.
Stone Fort. Thursday October T.
Cairo, Wednesday October 13.
HON. SAVfEL B SIAItf HALL WILL SPEAK AT
Golcojida, S'lttnaay October !.
Metropolis, Monday October 11.
I'nlro, Wednesday October 13.
Mtinrh'-sboro. Thursday October 11.
Jlariun, Saturday October l'i.
(iEN. WILLIAM B. ANI'KUmjN WILL SPEAK AT
Golconda, Saturday October 9.
Metropolis, Monday October 11
Vienna. Friday October 1
Cairo. Wednesday October IS.
Murphv-boro. Thnr-dav October 11.
Marion, Saturday October Hi.
HON. T. ! VOrNOBLOOD WILL SPEAK AT
Vienna. Tuesday October 12.
Cairo. Wednesday October 1:1,
Anna. Thursday October M
Duijuoiu, Friday October 15.
PlLKneyvllle, Saturday October 10.
HON. JOHN II. OlIKl'.Ly WILL SPKAK AT
Shawneetowu, Saturday October ,
(.olconda. Monday October is.
Metropolis. Tuesoay October 19.
JonesL.ro, Thursday October 1
Sparta. Friday Oc oberW.
Marion, Tliureday October -Si.
Murphysiioro, Friday October i9.
IiuOioin, Saturday October S3.
Cairo. Monday November 1
Ev order of Congressional Committee.
R. l llK'.ANZA, W.M. 11. GP.KKN.
Secretary. Chuirman.
The newspapers of the District are requested
copy the above.
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DEMOCRATIC PRECINCT MEETINGS.
CMOS COfSTY.
lion W W Ikrr will speak at Alto, Friday, Octo
ber 1, at 7 p m ; Anna, Saturday, Oct i, at 7 p m,
lion F E Albright will speak at Bell's Mill, Mon
day, Oct 4, at 7 p m: Preston's school House,
Tuesf'uv, Oct ti, at 7 p m; Williard s Laudlnir,
Wednesday, Oct ti, at 7 pm: Reynold's School
House, Thursday, Oct 7, at 7 pm; Dongola, Satur
day, Oct , at 11 a m.
Hon Jesfe Ware will speak at Mill Creek, Thurs
day, Sept 30, at 7 p m; Gregory School Iloute,
Friday, onl, at7p m; Karraker School House,
Saturday, Oct 'li, at 7 p ni; Meisenheimer Schoo.
Monday, Oct i, at 7 p m.
Hon D T Linepar will speak at Mt Pleasant,
Monday, Oct 1, at 1 p m ; Saratoga, Monday, Oct
4, at 7pm; Klmore School House, Tuesday, Oct 5,
at 7 p m; Donsoln, Saturday, Oct , at 1 p m.
Hon Oeorce W Hill will speak at Lick Creek,
Fridav, iktl, at 7 p m; Moscow, Saturday, Oct i,
at7p"m; Meisenheimer School House, Monday,
Oct 4, at 7 p m,
llasket picnic at Mt Pleasant; Barbecue at Don
gola. WILLIAMSON C'OTNTV.
ll.w lr TT .,..!! ii-ill cn,.olf ,t ltlnirflvill,.
Sat-
tirdav. Oct 2, at 1 pm; Cartersville, Saturday, Oct
i. at 7 o in ; Jeffersonville. Monday Oct 4, at 1 p m;
. . . r . . . . m ... . i,..,t. t.ii
.M.inon, Jionoay, uci ai 7 pm , 1 um-.y r
'r.,A.ln.. o, r 'ot 1 t, m- W imnwi's Rrhnnl TImw,
Tuesday, (b t 5, at 7p m; Stone Fort, Thursday,
Oct 7, at 1 p m.
Hon R W Townshend will eneak at Stouo Fort
also on the 7th.
linn U'ni t A linn U'lll B,,.n L- nl 1 -it-o CrffV. Wed.
nesday, Oct fi, at 1 p m; llosweil's Springs (Grassy
1 recmc.j inureuay, wci 1, ;u 1 p m.
RAN'noLI'II COUNTY,
rilon F E Albriubt will speak at Shh'oh,
Wednesday, Sept Jn, at 1 p m; Chester, Thurs
day, Sept 30, 1 p m.
Hon W .1 Allen will snc:ik at Shlloh, t ednes-
day, Sept at 1 p m; Chester, Thursday, Sept 30,
atl p in.
Ilou Wni Hartzell will will be present at all the
above meetings except Kaskaski.i and Chester.
By order of Congressional Committee,
W 11 GKhtN, Chairman,
R, Fkiganza, Secretary.
MASSAC COUNTS'.
Hon Wm K Murtdiv will speak at New
Ciiumbia, Ihursdav, Sep 30, at 1 p m;
llenton, School House, Tuesday, Oct 0, at
1 .... i,...v-u.n Ti,..ri... i iit ; ot r
I tn ; Aikin's School House, Wednesday, Oct ti, at 1
.... - .... , ,, ti- .1. 1
1 in; iiaK (1 rove DCiiooi iiouse, n euuesuay, u,
Ut 7 p 111.
11. ,n V V llri uill anentr nl StrtlU'tnwn. Tllefl.
day, t.lct X ;it 1 p ml Metropolis. Tuesday, Oct h. at
1 p m ; Alain s rcnooi 11011st;. , eonesuav. ui.
I pm; O.ik Grove School House, Wednesday, OctU,
a: 7pm.
Gen Wm 1) Anderson and Hon Samuel S Marshall
viu;)eak at Metropolis. Monday. Oct 11, at 1 p m.
TOPE COl'NTY.
HonWA Spann will speak at Eddvlllc, Sat
urdav.Oct 3. at 1 pm.
Hon Wm K Mnrpliv will sneak at Rose Hud, Fri
dav. let I. at 1 p :n : F.ddvyille. Saturday Oct 2, at 1
p :n: New Liberty. Monday, Oct 4. 1 p m.
Hons Samuel S Marshall and Wm Hartzell will
epcuk at Golcor.da, Saturday, Oct 'J, at 1 p ru.
Johnson colntv.
' Hons Geo W Hill and W A Spann w II speak at
K'eltner School House, Tuesday. Sep tifb 7 pm;
Tunnel Hill, Wednesday, let at 7 n m.
Hon Wm J Allen will speak at Wireville, Mondav,
Oct 1, at 1 pm; New Hrunside, Monday, Oct 4, at 7
P m.
Hon Wm Hartzell will Speak at Grange Store,
Ui'iviraTnwnshlpi. Wednesday. Oct at 1 p m;
New Hum si le. Wednesday Oct ti. at 7 p ui; Grants
l;i ru'li. Friilin'. let s. at 1 p m .
Hons F s Vounublood and S V Wheeler will
fpak at N'ienn.i. T.iesuay, Oct U, at 1 p m.
PEHMY COI NTV.
H n J.is M Greei; will speak at White Church
(I'aiadi-e i'reciii't.) Monday Oct 4: Old lJu(iioln
Tuesday. Oct f,: Round Prairie School House. Wee
ncsdav.'Oct (,; Gwanwlck, T hursdav, Oct 7; Cutler
Friday. Oct S: Hrnmark. Saturday Oct 9; liaird
Scho(d House. Saturday. Oct , 7 p in.
rn.AsKA toVNTV.
Hon S P
Wheeler will speak at Villa Kldcc,
Saturday, Oct J. at 7 ! m; Mound: City. Monday.
Oct 1 at 7 p m: New Grand Chain. Friday, Oct 15,
tl;)o p in; Wetnni!, Saturday. Oct Pi, 7p m.
lion W A Spunu will speak at Mound City Tnes
tit.. Oct.'', at 1pm; Pulaski. Wednesday, Oct ti,
at 7 pm; L'llen, Thursday. Oct 7.7 p m.
Hon M C Crawford will speak at Olmstead. Sat
urday, Oct . at 1 f m; New Graud Chain, Satur
day, Oct Vat 0:30 p m.
We learn with the greatest regret, that
our distinguished colored friend and able
representative ot his race, the Hon. Fred
erick Douglas.?, with a rashness astonishing
to his friends, is about to take his life in
his own hands and cast himself into the
very jaws ot death. In a word the noble
Douglass is about to hazard his life and
imperil his existence at the muzzle of
tho horrible shot-gun. Mr. Douglass,
with a fool hardiness unaccountable,
has accepted an invitation to de
liver one ot h'.a ehiiruetcristic speeches
in the state of North Carolina. Mr. Doug
lass recently made some speech in Indiana,
in which he repeatedly declared that it was
worth a colored man's life to attempt to ad-
dress the people of tho sor.ih; that such
speakers were considered lawral game ol
tlio bullilozer's 6hot-un nntl slain without
ceremony or remorse. Now tho sablo
Cicero offers himself a living sacrifice on
tlie matyr's nltur. Cannot some pood friend
dissuade the noblo Douglass from this rash,
iiuportunntc act. His life, now mellowed
by the declining years should not bo thus
cast awny.
1 1
The fifth festival of the Cincinnati Jlusi
cal Festival association will be held in
Cincinnati in May, 1S8C, and, in pursuance
of the policy adopted by it in connection
with its last festival, the association oilers a
prize of one thousand dollars lor the most
meritorious composition for chorus nnd or
chestra, to be performed on that occasion.
Competition shall be open t all citizens of
tho United States, irrespective of place of
birth.
A plucky Kentucky school ma'am is
Miss Ililll'reth.'of Hopkins county. She
attempted to punish a boy named Merrill
for some misdemeanor, when the youth
drew his knife. Miss Ilillbreth unarmed
him, and he brought a club to his assistance,
but she finally whipped him. That night
the boy's father went to Miss Merrill's
boarding-house and cursed her shamefully.
The next day he went to the school-house
to continue his abuse, but the young lady
had armed herself with a pistol and dared
Merrill to enter the door. Merrill ran
horn.', nn 1 was returning with a shut-gun,
when ho was arrested by an officer, but
soon escaped, and is now at large.
GRANT ON HANCOCK.
The late interview in which Gen. Grant
speaks so roughly of Gen. Hancock pro
vokes extended comment of the press. It
is not forgotten that Hancock was the offi
cer whom Grant especially trusted in Ids
great movement on Richmond, in 180-1,
nor that Grant has spoken in very high
terms of that officer, and these facts are
brought out now by the independent press.
The Now York Herald says:
The person who gave to tho public the
report of Grant's conversation concerning
Gen. Hancock certainly did him no service,
but a great injury. It will not raise Gen.
Grant in the estimation even of republicans
to see him descending to the abuse of a
fellow-soldier, whose gallantry and devo
tion to the union he has on previous occa
sions freely acknowledged. To say now, in
the heat and excitement of a political
canvass, that the democratic candidate is
vain, that he is ambitious of the presidency,
that his is a pretty character, only brings to
everybody's recollection that in his cooler
moments, and before he was moved by what
will be generally esteemed partisan rancor.
Gen. Grant says: "There are men iu that
organization (the democratic party), met
like Bayard, McClellan, Haucuck and
others whom I know. They are as loyal
and patriotic as any men. Bayard, for in
stance, would make a splendid president.
I would not be afraid of the others in that
office." Recalling this language we may
pass over what the general now says of his
fellow-soldier as an ebullition of partisan
spleen, which, as it is unworthy of him, the
public ought to overlook and forget. It
has no weight, nor any importance, except
it rouses a regret in generoui minds to see
so eminent a man so forget himself.
The Philadelphia Times says:
A month after the nomination of General
Garfield, and when Grant was sulking away
in the mountains, an interview with him
by L. G. Eutright, an old Pacific friend of
his, was reported in detail in the public
journals, and never contradicted by Grant.
In that interview he spoke freely ot Gen.
Hancock, saying, that in his opinion, "No
better or saler man could be elected to the
chief magistracy." Three days ago, another
interview was given in the party organs
from Grant, as reported by Rev. Dr. Fow
ler, a prominent Methodist minister.
The interview was so grossly vi
tuperative, of both Hancock aud the south,
that it shocked even tho friends of Garfield,
and Grant hastened to modify the state
ments of his ministerial interviewer; but,
after all the explanations that Grant made,
he stands on record as falsify ing himself
about Gen. Hancock, when did uen.
Grant speak the truth about Gen. Hancock?
Was he truthful when he declared, after
Hancack's nomination, that "No bet
ter or safer man could be elected
to the chief magistracy," or was
he truthful when he declared Han
cock to be "crazy to bo president," and
"ambitious, vain and weakr In one of
these statements, like his directly connect
ing statements respecting the south. Gen.
Grant told what he believed to be the truth,
and in the other he could not have done so.
It will be remarked that when he vindicated
the south and commended Hancock one of
the best and safest men for tho presidency,
he was not prompted by politicians, but
spoke voluntarily and for himself ; and that
when ho condemned the south and Hancock
he spoke immediately after con
ference with Garfield, Conkling,
Cameron and Logan, who had gath
ered in Ohio to save Garfield's own repub
lican state to the party. Very many men of
all parties will profoundly regret that Gen.
Grant has been so strangely forgetful of the
integrity of his public opinions, and hence
forth he will rank only with tho desperate
politicians who deluded him to defeat at
Chicago, Hnd whoso friendship must bo
fatal to all his hopes of political success in
the future. He has effaced all tho little
gilding that was left on tho third-term ban
ner, and that is an achievement for tho
country, but it is at a fearful cost ot once
freely proffered homage to our great citizen
and soldier.
One of tho easiest things to catch, and at
the same time one of the most difficult to
get rid ot, is a cough or cold. Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, however, nlwnyg pro es equal
to tnc emergency. I'nco 20 cents.
TnE Voltaic Bklt Co., Map-mull
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro-
Voltaic Belts to the atllicted upon 30 dayi
trial. Speedy cures puaranteed. They
mean wnat they say. write to them with
out delay
"S wayne's Ointment and Pills." The
greatest remedies tho world has ever known
curing tho most iuveterato caso of skin
diseases, sucli as tetter, Bait rheum, scaly
head, barbe's itch, sores, all crusty, scald
skin eruptions, and that distressing com
plaint, itching piles, As a blood purifier
und regulator, Bwayne's Tar ami Sarsapa
rilla Pills nro excellent. Curo sick and
nervcous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion,
ward off malarial fevers, cleansing tho sys
tem and bowels of all impurities, restoring
to healthy activity every organ of the body.
Price 25 cents a box, five boxes $1. Oint
ment 50 cents, threo boxes if 1.25. Can bo
sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price. Address letters, Dr. Swayno it Son,
MO North Sixth street, Philadelphia.
Sold by all leading druggists. (5)
R. SciiECTENMCLLEit, Brooklyn, writes:
Your Spring Blossom is invaluable. I have
had scrofulous sores on my legs fur a num
ber of years, and occasionally, they would
break out on my face. I have taken two
bottles of Spring Blossom, according to
directions and now all the sores have dis
appeared and my skin is perfectly healthy.
Price 50 cents, and trial bottles 10 cents.
As caloric, electricity and phosphor
ous arc induced and supplied by Fellow's
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites, it
ouly requires the administration of this
successful invention to fortify the feeble,
give sprightlincss and motion to tho torpid,
and bring about a condition which not only
secures teuaciousness of life but makes life
really enjoyable.
To regulate the stomach, liver and bowels
and promote digestion, take one of Car
ter's Little Liver Pills every night.
Mrs. Bauniiofft, cor. Prat and Broad
way, has been a suffer for 12 years through
rheumatism, and has tried every remedy
she could hear of, but received no benefit,
until recommended to try the Erlectric oil,
she says she cannot express the sutir-l'u tion
she feels at having her pain entirely re
moved and her rheumatism cured.
Paul G. Saint, druggist.
"Malt Bitters" are Brain, Nerve and
Bloood food, peculiarly adapted to, and
warmly recommended by our druggists
and physicians for General Debility, Men
tal and Physical Exhaustion, Hysteria,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Emaciation and
Dropsy.
BANK STATEMENT.
J)ANK STATEMENT.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
OF THE-
CITY NATIONAL JAN K
at Cairo, la the State ol Illinois, at ike close of
business.
October 1st 1830.
RESOURCES.
Loans und discounts
U.S. bonds to secure circula
S ':.i.: a
p.'. (I'll Hi
i :-i i-
tion
I". S. bond" on band
Other Hock!1, bond? and mort-
C8ie
Tine, from approved reserve
IlL'ellts JP'Vl.il si
Due Iroiu other national bank" ii.V f.i
Hue from stuti: banks and
bankers Is,. 171 JC-3'AiJU C
Real e-lac. I'.ir-iUurt- and tlx-
turcs
Current expenses ami taits
Sl.lJ Is
p'tld '
Checks and other ( a-h item- . 3.'f. 7
I'.ills of oth.-r Ranks :.:! iJ
Fniilio.'ia; paper curr-tny.
ni'-keis and pennies 4m (.)
Specie Cold. r.'.'.'l7; Silv-r,
Ji.-i'.'T Id I'l.i.i! To
Li-i'al T'-nd'-r nMes I.V'.v.hi M,:',j
Redemption fund with I' .
Treasurer, i .1 per '-nt. of rir-
(.uiatioiij 4 ' '
Total ''.'.. ;:i 'i
I.IAIilLlTlKS.
C'ipital 'lock paid IP. J p.., iii in
Surplus Fund ...... 4;.'.''i ii
i'i:diiileii I'roiits ';,.(::! s-j- ioi."i -j
National oank notes ot:tst:.i:d-
inu ... . ;i,isj (i.i
Individual deposits subject to
check .... TA.r":-i
lleinand certiiieittes of depo-it. ',.',:! '.'1
Inn-to other national bunks. ' ! l.(
Inn- to state banks and
bankers 31.1' 6 !l-.?M.?sl M
ToT.u . . t,i,.-,M ;;j
Slate of Iliinol". county of .Vlcjtandi-r. ss.
I, Tbos. W. Halllday, Cashier ol the nhor natni d
bank, do solemnly swi-ar tl.at tin- a!, Ave sti.tement
is true to the best'of my knowi. tiire and 1-I i. f.
Tmo. W. H ai.i.iimV. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to hen, re me this Mb dav
Of October, lss i. M. J Hnwusr.
Notary l'ublic.
CoiuiKtT-Attest:
R H. CrssfS'iiiAM, i
o. I). Wiu.um-.is. Din-ct'irs.
II I.. IIaixiiiat,
VARIETY STORE.
XEW YORK .STOKE,
VTIIOEESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" TJIK CITV.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIKU Sc CO.,
Or, Nineteenth street 1 f'jiiwi Til
Commercial Avenue J J.ilHU. 111.
Ll'.t.Al.
JOTICE OF ADJUSTMENT.
XsTATK OF THOMAS MMITAIN, llKCKASEIJ.
All persons havlns claim aimltist tho estate, of
Thomas Martaln deceased, lire hereby nottlled mid
requested to attend and present such claims to the
county court of Alexander county, plnols, for the
purpose of havlnu the same adln'sted at a term of
said court, to beheld at the court bouse. In the city
of Cairo In said Alexander county, on the third
Mondav of December. A. I). 1kni, belnit tboUUtb day
thereof.
Dated September 211th, A. I) 1M),
JOHN W, MAKTAIN, Bwcniur.
JOTICK OF ADJUSTMENT.
1STATI Or JOHN lltMfir, tlrI!ASD,
All peisnibavlntf claims a.'nlnst the estate of
John Diinnp. lereeil, arc hereby Dntined und re
quested to attend and present such claims to Hie
county court of Alexander count v. Illinois, for the
puriio.e of havlriK the samii adjusted at a term of
sain cnurii u ne ueiii hi iuc court uonse, iu ui.-ciiv
of('alr in salt! Alexander county, on thn Ihlrd
Monday of December, A. D. lsw, beinn the Hilth day
inereor,
Dated September 87th. A. I). llWt.
MKLIMSA DUNFII', Adiulolitratrlx
11 EPICAL.
43 Yearn lief ore the l'ubltc,
THE GENUINE
Dr. C. McLANE'S
LIVER TILLS
are not recommended as n remedy "for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in nffcctiim of
the Liver, and in nil Bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand w ithout a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prcpara.
tory to, or after taking qtiininfi
As a simple purgative they are une'pialed.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The penuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, Mc LANE'S LIVER TILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane and Fleming Lros.
flay Insist upon having the genuine DR.
C. Mc LANE'S LIVER TJ.-LS, prepared by
FLEMING 1M0S., Pittsburgh, Ta.,
the market being full of imitations r-f the
name McLane, spelled differently but
same pronunciation.
n:::;:vi.0AT.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
FKKKYIIOAM
THREE
-1 -.v.
STATES.
(in and af't r Monday. ' . t ':(.. and tni'il ! irther
notice iht-lerrj-lioal v...n.i.-- t.-. s as ft. Howe
IKAVES I.EAVrs MAVIS
Fot Fourth t Missouri Laii-fR. Kentucky lA'g.
T :ci a. m.
!i:eo. in.
11 i'i a. 111.
:"i p. n.
4:'i p. in.
J p. m.
7:::o a. rn.
H to a. m
11 :4i a m.
2 Mi p. in.
S.i'i p.m.
SI'NRAYS
P 111
a. m.
l"i a ni.
1 '.':. tr, .
j ti m.
I ;.' p. IB.
3 p. m
ICR.
JOHN SPROAT,
PROPRIETOR OF SPKOAT'S PATENT
Refrigerator Cars
A SI)
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE DY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEJ.L
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a specialty
o v v 1 c K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
IOf.T"ANIiHOKs..
LYON'S
Patent Metallic
STIFFENERS
PREVENT
M I Boots and Shoes
Frcm Running over,
Wearinji eff on tlie Side
nd Ripping in the
I ur sa.c by
C. X (.) C IT,
M inula' tur r i.:.-J 1
BOOTS AND SHOES
1 I.'.V V. e-ifie. 'he lar:" t n.d p.-st .--rt d
A.-.rk ot dis'o:', M.;.!- :n.,t- i.i... ,... !or
t" lit-find LihI;- s t.,rul :t.. Mi, 't.t,.- s-y'es. a.-o
iilw.it" mi I. an I a .lij "' Xa-'-rn r;i i'ie i'.od.
Iti.hi rs. I. e ither at.-l .In-'! !.. Ii.vtesa, to e,i 1
an l i-i. tm. :i- -. .- :!'. prr te!ot..- irchasiuir.
II. BLOCK
Main.lacturer at.d cei.er in i''.:',on-n.ade
S. D A'.l work warr.itite 1. at.d Ki'p.'ilr.Ei; neatly
dotieun H.ott notice.
Eighth St.
Cairo
Cef veei, ( o nn.erclul and
'.Va-lui.toli Ave.
Illinois.
fTK-d -v Outfit lurtnshi'l !n e. wllh full In
i 1 i I'-Md'"') lor tond'tctiiitf the most
1 I I Iprnntii'tiehustrn-ss that any one can
fill eiieae !n. 'Hie business is so easy
TT to Team, hi d our Instructions ure so
liuph' and plain, t'.n' ui.y one cuy
make (.'real profit" Irom trie start. No one can fall
wlni Is willing to work. Women are h s iccesstul
as men. Dovs ami iilr's can earu larue sums
Many have made at tKe brtsitn s over one hundred
dollars In a thct w-ek. Nothlnu lUe It ever
know n before. A'l who I'tiifape are suriirlsd nt the
ease and raplillty with which tb"y are aide to niuko
money. You eiin HiiiiiL'e In ih'S business duriliC
your spare tlin ut i;ri'i jirolH, Yundo not have to
Invest capital in It. We lain' all 'he fm Those
who need rea-tv nuiiiev. .hoiild wtlie to its at once.
All furnlsh 'd free. Address, TTtl'K A CO.. Au
gusta. Maine.
0; :
MEDICAL.
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cnml, Not Merely Kelievci.
And Can Trove What we Claim.
fT There are no failures and no disappoint-
no nts If ytm are tnnibieil with s(.'Kil E Al)
Ac II V. you i un be easny and quickly cured, ua
hundreils have been aln a i ! y . H e sl.all be pleuse'i
In mull a slui-t of ti-rtliiitiiimis to any inierest.-il.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure all forms or Ulliousin.ii, prevent Const!
path. n and Iypcpsia. promote lili;, stlun. reliey,
il stress from too nearly entins. cornet Dtsorilera
of the Miimach. xtiniufate the Liver, and Id-mimi-..
tin1 lloweis They do all Ibis I. y taking justoi.'
little I'.!i at a dr.'-. They are purely vegetable, ii.
not -.'ripe ,,r n.r-. am: are as t.earlv p. rlett a
i! Is o.-ible f,-r a plil to be Price .'fi t-tts. Hot
1. t-o.tl by liri.vls's ev. rvwhere or sent liy mall
l A,';'f Kit MLUklNi-: ( ti , El-JK. l.
liKAY'S Si'Ki II-lC MKDMNK
TRADE WH.Thelir.'al.Iiii;
ilU.VDK MARK
7 o'-m.iit, an
en-
for
liSi Sf' :;iin il Weakness
li aSi l" r ui a t orr!;"(-.i.
ImpeVi.cv, ami ail
diseases tliat lot
l.'W us a ci'i.-e
ellenre of fe.l
Ti r m-i ao'ise; ts lo-s nf
!:itsi!iii!e. pa l' li ilie k. d:iu 1 f. " m-v.'s,-ti-ss
ol visii.L, I t -mature old ;e. 1,tf Miiig.
at.d many otl.i rdista-es ti.at bad to infinity ur
ot.s'inipt'.iili ami a prt mature L'lave
l ull particulars in our pamphlet, w h:i h w e de
sir.! tn send free by li.ai! to evi-ry one TI.'1 spe
c;J. tnt-'lii-ir.e is -oil! bv all ilru if-i-t at f J per
pat kaife. s i x lor nt will be lent tree bv mail (!.
rn-'-l; t of the moiii;) bv addr. ss.ni; 1 UK i.IIaY
MEDK 1NE ( O.. No H M.fhanics l.loi Deiroit
Mu-h. o'd in Cairo by liarclay Bros. J-aui (i
hi h i h and t.eo K O'l'ira.
M!S(tI.LANK('ls.
kr Outfit sent free to those who wish to c r-
bit Ti. s kfiltun kw-rv!liil t, t.w
. FCatiital n.it reoulred. We vt.'A fiirulsti
FCaintal n-'t reoulred
lf i-ervthliijf '.0a dayand opwards is yet
" easily iiiaue wlttiout "urine ny irom
home ox r niirht. No risk tiate'vt-r. Many new
workers wanted at once. .Many are making fort
ut- at the buim . Ladie. make as mu'h as
nien. and your,- boys and t'tr.s iuki- cre it .ay. NH
one who Is wi'.iine to work fulls to make mure
mor ey ev-ry day than ran be maiieln a w k at any
other employnirnt. Those who en;'fti; at iii
will find i sh'-rt road to fortune. Address H
H ALI.ETT A (. U . Portland. Maine
1.1TK AND ADVENTl'KES
ENTl'KES (Y
JAMES
l'HANK
A" nntpil
J !;.- r-'K
Tin- Noted Western Otitlawt. Dy Hol. J A.
liacus. i'h IJ. A true and thrinii.c set i.rat illlus
tm'.ed of thetr Void o; i rations fur 's jr. in -Ji
d::b n nt si,it.- ami terr'.to'i'-", I :Tlir.r' d'-ti etiv. s
and otri-lals of tf.eUw. llest srilm b ok of tS.
jear p'n.isold in three montl Cents for
oiitft: Jl Mfor simple copy. Llt'-ral t-rms to
a-ms. N 1) THuMlXiN A CO., l'ublishers. J-.ii
I'ine ft . St Lu;s. Mo.
A AVosnr.Kn i. Ins, i.vunv rmi Tiir Umi A
s-iport,.-r for weakly lum-. that is a. so a pe rfect
preventative to the consequent' s of niarrtakfe
I'riti i; can be obiain'-d t y addr-sii j-.t (-fl;e
ltox il. Alcona K is-outmo.. l.iwa,
' rm m
S i i a,,
A YEAH aud extet.ses to
eiits. '"itS! free Addr.-ss. y.
ICKniiV. A'.eusta. M.iil.e
.Vewspaper A'lvi rli-ll)K Huri-atl 10 s-ruet-t..V.V
MKI'ICAl..
EMORY'S
mm
a ?-:. v'
Fcr Ch!s sj Fe.i
rT.i:::r: r:1 :
Stop XUiiLg I'oisul. '. '
Stop taking '.eaf-ji; jj .1
Htoiiti.kln bone-ti' t-i
; '.u.:,lrie I
.Mi-rcnryl
Stop taking diinrjf.--' I' iwiii!
Standard Cure ca:.i .1 r Quialnel
KUDdurd C ure ..-.'.., a :.o Mercury:
8tanr!Br. '. ure cooiam. r.o I'ouonal
IstJindnnl Cnre li pleasant to take!
PHICK 50 CENTS PEH IJOX.
Standard Cure Co,114 Nassau st.N.Y,
And by DrnggUta.
i Form'Tly Dr. Craig's Kidney . Cure.)
A vet'i'tribli' pretiaratloti and the onlv sure remedy
In the world for !IHK.I!T DISEASE-. DIAIIETES
and ALL KIDNEY, -MVEUand L K1NAHY D1S
EASKs. W""l'estmon;a'.s of the LiL'hest order in proof of
these statements.
t'lTor the cure of MA BETES, call for WAR
NEKS SAFE D1A11ETES I'fKE.
rj"I-''r the cnre of HHK.HT'S, and the other tlts-en-s
Hill for WAKNEK S SAKE KIDNEY and
LIVEK Ct.'KE.
1
l3VVariior'!i Stiff
lieinetlies are solil
liy Prntri'i.tsi and
Dealers In Medicine
everywliere.
II. II. WAKNEK A CO.,
i rroprletot"
IiociiRsTEK, Ni:w Yor.R
PiT'Sctid for ramphlet
and Testimonials.
$66
A WEEK in your own town, and r.o
" . .... ..tv tl.A
capital risueo joi tuu -nn ,"v
business a trial without expense.
The best opportunlt ver offered for
mope wiiium ui -.'t'o,-
trv t..,inrr nl.n 111 VOtl SPC for lOttr-
I If what yon can do ut the business wo oc t. ,vo
inorn to explain hero. Yoti can devo.e ail your
time or onlv your spare tlmo to the btt.tr,.ss. i,r. ,
make great pay for every hour that yon wort
i.Ei"iimakeas much as men. Hend for stxirtur
private term nd imitlcuiaTs. wlilr-n ye mall tree,
Vi ontfli free. Don't complain of hy. Mm... w hi.e
you have suchu ehunoe. Address It, KALI hit ,
' U..'ortlHt.cl. ilait'S.
vY (POO OO C

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