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,.411.0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
I e . - A h bt i K i nr A rm fan har Ml ree 1 1 ne
pare, Id thin roluiitn under appropriate brading
altbrrate fifSlo" per mould or Allperyrar
parable quarterly Is mruw.
V i l..a
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if A?lA.t,Mi 1AJIIUB, t. Ol.
Halrblaorrytblas, mretaerery ro
ds y night at ball-put htm, ra Odd
fellows' UaU. liowi,
AMCXANfKH T.OTMJB, NO 9M.
ien)-al uroer or nua-rei-
llnrelware, Slaves am 4 TIM War.
A. ItAI.M-.Y-Ttealer'inainvet.Tlnead Hard-
tlaie, Ilanleuand tar hits' Implements, Wire
..oils, RrfVlgeratoM, I'onii-t ami ladder!
Hit uianivri'laT Atraiie. Ciittwinit, ami Job
Work done en short not ire.
.1. S.MrtlAltKY-llenlerlnhBrdBnd sodlum
flnAri.ir. rilinir. aiilintf anil nlirface-l
lumber, lath ami shingles. Ollloe anil yard
turner I wcutiaili si reel ami Washington arernie
LA.X;A1IK KIV,r.--lrmT in
aoma blind, rto... hard al n Irmiber end
thins-le. Yard ami oOice. Commercial arenne,
cruT 17lh ilwi.
l. HARTM AN t"ekr In Ourenswere. Toys.
I.mpa anil all kiudanf fancy nrtic.l. ommer
i s! xraw, corner oth street.
Wlt.MAM WrsTKK-Slxtli street btwn
HitHfiierviaiarenue ami i hiiwiiw
merie every Thursday Bight
-uaataevea. la tbcir nail ua
'iimrriml enue. between nittbanJ Seventh
V.trt Wtl.l. h. lUwains. H. U.
TlIKO KNCAMPMKNT. I. 0. O. t., meet
Vin (Kid-Fellows' Hall oa the Brat and third
turwlay in every montli, al half-peat seven
A . Cowiwwa . C P
CAII(Ul,orHjK. NO.iUT.A.r. A A. at.
Ilulcl m ular oomniunloatlona ia mm-
eoiuc Hall, eomrr ummmiii ttfaia
kand Kiirliih etreet. oa Um eeeond and
'ounb Monilar of each month .
I.eeal Brettltee. -
1 -f'lli combined scholarship of Die
Cairo public school" i upward of one
thousand & j?-tt'';T-f 1
Trarai) rc tlik k ' Hie In lum
rofr lime. How thpy nianKe to lire la a.
raj'iterjr. i ,
Moerteln'K'inelnnittl Ugvr Nrr,
( tbtnv la)l Merrhant rllrlna;.
.IOIIN Wl KIM-Mm haiil Tailor and flrtilir
lu Kraily Mailr t lulliing. 79 Ohio
J. HOWM:T-Rmi1 Kstate Arnl.
knd IU rral aouw, eollecu rMiu. imjfa lay"
l.r bob- rr-ii'lcnU. air. t;mmrruil avi-una, ua
Iwm Ninth and Trnth tlrt.
L. . - - J - - ' ' '
J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
AU xanikr county Unds, 'lro lt hi
tjuhansr trSt. IouU proiriy,
A Hue n MJenoe on oornor llalbrook
nvruue hiul Twi'nty-tbird ilirtt, at a bar-
Ril ... .
Tottage on Sixtb trw;t between ash-
ngton atenuc and Walnut tn-H.
Hotw ami lot on Kighth atreetWt ween
Walnut anl Cedar, $1,6.V).
TwoH-tory bouse on Tweniy-vlfchth
tr t, between Poflar and .Commercial
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Machine Co., on Commercial avenue, 1
tween Tenth and Eleventh street.
The lirat door of a brick dwelling cor
ner of Nineteenth and Poplar treet.
Cottage on the north ide ol Twelttli
treet between Walnut and Cedar.
Busiues hotuc on Uvec street alwre
Kljffct, and In good repair.
IUm iu a two atory hoiiHe on Con
men ial avenue U tween Ninth and Tenth
Store room ncor corner ol Twentieth
ar.d Poplar street; IS.
Tenements 3, 4, 5 and 10 hi Winters
Jtow lor $10 j r month, and lu first-r-laM
ottage on Twenty-first street between
Hyeamore and Poplar,
llooms in nearly every purt of the nty.
FOU IXASE OK SALE.
Laud in tracts to suit, near f abo.
It "is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
:Le luundrew. No. 1? Fourth stm t, be
;veen Wafahiujfton and Commercial av-u-ies,
has one of the best conducted laun-
Iry ettablUhmenta in tnc cay, mm
...r.ls of hotels and boarding hou-s w ill
Ind it to their advantage to call upon
i. r. Her prices are a. follow : Jlotel
ind boarding houe washing 75 cents lr
Jozen. For licce work prices ac as rol
,ow : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; two
ihirts and two collars, 20c; per doen,
mc ; " k. 5c ; two collar.-, 5c; two
Undkerchh f. 5c ; vets, 20c ; and all gen
tleman wear, sie per down; ladies
plain calico dresses $ 1 25 per dozen
-a'.ico dresses with extra trimmings, 50c;
white dresses, $1 25; ladies underwear,
flue or course, $1 ler dozen, 1 l-2-lf
RATF.lt or ADVEftVa-lftlXU.
tJ-AU bills for drUsing, an due and pay
able IW ADTAXCa
Translaifl a4TrtUing W4I1 ! inserted at lb
rate of 1 (4 per aqnara for tha flrst Inaerlloa
and 50 rents for each tutMeqnent on A liberal
discount will be mule on nunding and diapt
roriaaertins Fan anil aottet 91 oo Notice of
meeting ofaorietie or secret orders Areata for
Cbarrh, Society, Festival and Rapper notice
will only Ve inaerted as ad?ertiaeraent
So aitvertiaemeat will be receiTed atloas than
60 centa, and bo anrrrtitenx-nt will W inertej
for leaa than three dollars l-er anoalh
i.orAi, bvhinicm noTirnsi
Of one square (H lines space) or more. In
serted In the Brt.Lr.TiN as rollows : (less
than one square counted as a square.)
One inxertlou per square... $ 50
Two Insertions per square- 73
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per sqwire 1 73
Two weeks per square - 2 50
One month per square - 3 50
Special rate made on l.-irge advertise
ments or for longer time,
THL'IWI)AV,FKBRI'A11V 1, 1S77.
rr I My C lerk.
Wm are aiithorirail to announca Jaftiea W .
hlewart i a candidate fur re-election lo tbe of
Hce or t'lty tier at tbe approaching thirtor
rat on Ihe" board, we doii'iTsee "why jarllesonr'Viniltilge'r'il A came it7elf (jmiT" two
John shall not have that $,'() jht an
num In preference to any other." The
,5i is mistaken. It say the salary
m $(,.Vm-but it ain't. It Is only $!,
lraJ WamtSMr Raars.
CAlao. 111., Jan SI 1477.
Tina. 11 a Th. Wucn. I Vl. Weaib
7a.m. V.iV'l I . 7 Kair
II " ! i I H : Cloudy
I p.m. 3MMI ; ! W I 8 do
:." roiaT iflt I WW I 14 Fair
Serxeant. Surnal Servica. I'. 3. A.
l'.o New Orleans, La., solicits and
forwards direct consignments to Euro
pean msrkets of smoked tongue, ham.
sausage, hogs, casnigs, eU., etc.
We will pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for tha Bii.Lktin
by any ol the employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by thejpresident or secretary of the com
pany. Caibo Bci.lktix Co.
Mrs. Hum has removedjter dresit-mak-ing
rooms from her late residence on
.Seventh fetreet to Washington avenue,
one door- above lr?, It. II. running
ham's, where she w ill be lifly to see
her friends and patrons. 1-20-1 in.
rtr ZIM Menu nl ml tmm Aakea
Mr. Peter Zimmerman, cleaner, reno
vator ami repairer of clothing, was
Mimed out lu the big lire of Hatnrday
morning lat. but Is already ready to
wrve the public and his old customer
again. KeThas opened out in John Hy
!and' old fcUnd, at the corner of Com
mercial avenue and Tenth street, and re
siectfully solicits patronage from old and
new friends. If you have a coat, a vest
or a pair of pantaloons that needs clean
ing or repairing, take it to Peter Zimmer
man and he will make It as good as new
nt a price that w ill astonish you by Us
cheapness. Kemeiuber Peter Aimnier
uian, at the corner ol Commercial avenue
and Tenth street. 1-19-1 in
rietirL r rum lug.
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
rtc. of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frame
etc., should be sent to him or left at
I his ofUce. We bcs'ieak lor him the llb
eir'ity vl patronage that has been be-
itowed upon us. Ills assortment; oi
moulding is complete, prices beyond
lompetltion and he gnarentees fatlsfuc
tion in all cases.
1 Vim. Oct. 10.1S7C.
fl Cairo Bulletin Co.
J. lirarx BttclBbouao.
on Kighlh street, two doors Irom Alex
ander i 'ounty Bki.U, is the plat? to get a
iashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else In the barber line. In
dies' and children' hair cut or dressed,
filher at the shop or their homes.
Hallow ay 'a Oialaical.
Bore leg, wounds, ulcers, Ac. can be
cured. Tbe rational treatment as indi
cated by nature, is to reduce the local iu
tlamatlon, sooth the neighboring nerves,
cool the hea'ed blood, and render the
w atery Ichorous discharge consistent and
healthy. Happily Holloway' Ointment
accomplishes these ends with unfailing
certainty. Twenty-live cents per ot or
A Urftua MNBajwerael Hall
will be given by the
NATIONAL COKNET BANO
On Monday evening, February 3, 1H77.
Admission, gentlemen, tl , ladie, 50c.
Tickets can be purchased at M. J. Mc-
;auiey'a and Frank Heley' drug tores,
at K. &. W. Buder' and Fred Tei hman's.
Jell Brown has taken charge ol the
,Hrber f-hop on Eighth rtreet.nenr Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
I .anipcrt. Jcl barlier, ami ao
IhiiU u almre of patronage, (live him a
" :ail anl fcatUiy youraoll. . U '
. 'i ' ,
HaoamV M!oi.i Balm preserve
tind restores the complcilou ; remove
liwkles, tan ami sallowne; wake the
.kin olf. white and delicate. Us appll-
r.tlnn cannot hfl detfCtCd. I
l.yoN'a Katmairon make bemitlfwl.
glv, liuurUnt JiaJr ; prevent w Ml
liigtnt or turning fray, it ,rt0,
the tet of 40 year. U charmingly per
' fume J aui h no rival.
Wrda r Wrnla!
During the present year, a in the past
the grave will close over thousands, sim
ply because they neglect the means w hich
would restore them to health. Meet the
fell destroyer at tbe threshold, and dis
pute his Invasion by that more than won
derful medicine. Dr. Morris' Syrup of
Tar, Wild Cherry and Horehound. There
la no cough or cold, case of asthma, bron
chitis, blood-spitting, weak lungs, croup
or whooping cough which w ill not yield
more readily to thU great botanic remedy
than any other medicine. It you would
avoid disappointment and le speedily
cured, ask your druggist tor Dr. Morris'
Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Hore
hound. Trial size, 10 ceuts. Kegnlar
.I.es, 50 cejit and $1 at Barclay A Bros.
Prof. Parker' Pleasant Worm Syrup
U perfectly safe. Extremely palatable.
No physic required. Costs 25 cents.
Trvit. - IS-lmd&w.
made from tlie best barley and hops.
Try It. ; -" - ' ? ' 1-31-1 m.
, It Is said that I'nlon county Is to
have a new Democratic paper, Col.
Bob Townes and a gentleman named
Lane, Era the new proprietors.
The Lizzie Bayllss, the regular Cairo
and Cap Girardeau packet, will leave
Cairo at ten o'clock a.m. to-day, tor
the Cape and all Intermediate points.
Small blank book kept in stock At
the City Bindery. Sold as cheap as any
book tore In the city. Book of every
slz from two to ten quires, or more, tf
The Ladies' Library association arc
working quietly, though earnestly, and
with every prospect ot ucce. It le
comes the duty of every citizen of Cairo
to lend them a helping bnnd.
Having taken pains to inform my sell
1 unliesitatingty recommend Dr. Marean
to be a true ireulleman and it very sue
2-1-tt P.. S. Brmiham, M. D,
It should not be fonrotten that the
Presbyterian oclable will lie held at the
residence ot Mr. J. B. Reed, on Twelfth
street, this eveninsr. The Invitation to
attend Is general.
"It Is easier to le wise for others than
wise for one's elf."' ay La P.ochetou
cauld. Tin is unquestionably true ; but
in some cases it is easy to meet both le
quirements. r'or example, how simple
it is to show our good sense by using and
enthusiastically recommending to our
friends the use ol B. T. Babbitt' Best
fruit srrower express considerable
anorehension for the fruit crop next um
mer. The weather for the last week or
fen dava lias been anything but larorable
. r.iit oran. The warm weather has
ivi m w.w-
already commenced to awell the bud,
and a single cold day or night, will, it is
aaid, destroy at least one fourth of the
bud. Ws sincerely hope the fears of our
fruit growers are groundless.
rroL Brown'a mercantile busine s
college is In a flourishing condition.
vt.v,i t,a Uat few dava not less than
v v num nv - . -
rlfteen new scholars have been added to
the roll, nnd the entire claa now num-
ler upward of thirty. Trof. Browu is
undoubtedly an expert in his calling, and
we hope he will reap that reward which
hia efforts to rive his echolars a thorough
tn nractical book-keeiiinjf de?
Mr. Case well, the trampiug reporter
referred to in the Bi llktin a few days
ago. called at this office on Monday even
Ing and demanded, a retraction ot tbe in.
slnuallon contained in the Item referred
to assuring u that tbe item did him
ereat injustice ; and we were half Inclined
to retract, but w hen Mr. Bouton' letter
reached r.s on Tuesday, we felt sure we
had been very mild In dealing with Mr.
r.t.woil. ' Ho. Is a lraud and dead beat
and deserves to be treated as such.
i ! Ira va have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm
Wood' Fever mis. Auy one sellnig a
Wood' Fever Pill not made by me, will
bo prosecuted to the lull extent of the
law. For sale at the New 1 or nore, a
Swohoda'a. F. litaljr's. P. O. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my office.
Sold InCOct. and$M0 boxes. Special
i-atM to dealer on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price,
d&w-tf. Dr. Wm. Wood.
"A manol parts not (infrequently Is
ill at ease In the society of fools ;" o
write a shrewd French essayist. This
is specially the case iu fashionable as
semblies, for the brainless are not so
dull-wilted at to Ignore the great value
ol cleanliness and an elegant exterior,
tti,i,ii iv some strange paradox, tue
., .... , -
tr!"htrr men sometimes over look
How Important that the merit of B. T.
Rahhltf Best Soan should be utiiver
The case of the Calioaud St. Louis
narrow gauge railroad vs. Jackson
county. Involving $200,000 lu bonds
voted to aid iu the construction ot the
road, will come up in the circuit court
before Judge Baker on Tuesday next.
Tho r at la timiiffht to tills COUntV OU
change of venue trom Jackson. Col
Thoa. f i. Allen, of St. Louis, will con-
... . . a ti -W-.-t
duct tne suit in ueuaii oi ubcknoii t
and Judd & , of Chicago, lor
the company. The suit i an Import
ant one. and attracts attention through-
- ( rlmrela SMajb. M
The regular sesul-nionthly notable of
the Presbyterian C'burch, will bo held t
the resident of Mr. J. B.TReed. on
Twentieth street, between Washington
avenue and' walnut street, on next
Thursday . evening, Febrnary 1st. a
general invitation It extended to all to
attend.2 . l-30-3t.
inr, ; James Tsprick, Cllln t. JTA W bcUetid Hary and asMAAtilA Cat oil f? nrniiCIT7trirrfl
les, Henderson, Ky. ; II. l'oi St.i'tiT (loIUrs andcoht against Viace. ' He UUWlUl lb J OviVJUltJ
; J. N. Bca.ley, St. Lout John hUV t W Lour to . I , , ,
-X All Ik'.
' riaie PrrlF rr .
The fine two story brick building on
lot 7, block 27, Cairo (on Commercial
avenue, below Tenth afreet), together
with lot 0 and 7. The house is well
arranged for buslnes and dwelling pur
pose and is situated lu A good buiiuess
location. The property is unincumbered
and title perfect.., M. J. Howley,
1w. " Keal Kstate Agent.
' A tlraairt BHlerie Mm 1 1
will bo given by the
KNIGHTS MYSTIC KKRW of COMUa
At the St. t liarlel hotel on Tuesday even.
ing February 1.5, 1. o improper
characfr will be admitted, and every
person will be required to nnmask liefore
entering the hall. Tickets for sale at
Paul Schuh's, Parker's book store, and
M. J. McOauley's. Admission, gents.
$1 ; ladies. 50 cents. l-t2-l:i
To all who are suffering from the
error and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I w ill send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
lu South A merle a. Send a' self-addressed
envelope to the ltev. Joseph T.
Ionian, Station D. Bible House, New
York City. 1-30-Cm.
will be given at
.lohii Scheel s Hall,
February 12. 187,.
- supper, J 1.00. .No
improper characters will be admitted.
2-1-1 2t Committee of Arrangements.
Becker, Champaign,..,, I
Among th. guest at the St. Charles;
hotel yesterday were M. io waiter;,
Vleksburg ; C. Baxfen, Shelby, O. i, W.
S. Williams.4. flastlnga. Michigan; Ai
Bates, Clileago; ' Si Brut, Wheeling;
Vt',iT. O." Kephart, Chicago,' agent
Haywood Bros. ; A. O. i GoahorB, Cln-
oinnstl .T. T. (rAlltgner, fmtsvllle, Ky. ;
A. O. Wright, Sherman, TexAs J. G.
Andrew, Mempht ; C. E. Looi, fit
lAvAi J. E. Payne, Illinois; I
Chaney, St. Louts. ? ' ,v j i -
MeKvay a Il(hrsile. i '
ThU great authentic historical and
musical entertainment, comprises de
cidedly the beat and most talented ronv
Danv that can be produced arllsU of
great merit ladies j And ' . gentlemen
who would (corn to display Anything but
the moat refined style of amusement. The
painting shown in this work of art were
painted from photographs taken on the
spot by special artists, and reproduced
on canvass by the well-known New York
painter, L. W. Seavy, assisted by
Mensra. John Bough, Ed. Lewis
and Slg. Opertl. Our people will have
an opportunity to witness this excellent
exhibition on the evenings of Wednesday
and Thursday, February 7th and 8th, at
the atbenenm. The Sedaha, Missouri,
Ba-.oo pays the company the following
flattering compliment : "The Hibernica
combination closed their entertainments
with a crowded house last night, and it
gives us pleasure to attest to the excel
lence ot the ladies and gentlemen who
compose the company, and the real merit
of the accurate -and Artisti
cally rendered acenes so - faith
fully portraited on canvass. The)
singing of Mias Maud Davenport was
immense, as was Also that of Mis Ten
Broeck, and their dramatic personations
were faithfully delineated.- "Bryan
O'Lynn" ii simply auperb, And LI frith
comicalities convulsed the house with
laughter. Mr. Tommy Morrisy't clog
dance is alone worth the price of admis
sion. Johns Ilenshaw' negro apeciali
tie kept the audience in a roar : when
ever he appeared, and the entire combi
nation presents the best traveling enter
tainment we have seen in Sedalla lor a
leAVA th city lie promised to go.
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, t- must be good, tor everybody rec
ommends It, And fhc doctor 'prescribe it.
Ws mean Dr, Bull's Conghsyntw. l'rlce,
2S rents- - - 't n
situ. 4i( 9i.
St. Looi..n-... ..
CTTY XfATXOaUi LaUlE. CAIRO
8 S. TATIXJR. VaMFraaMetit.
.W,UT91r, iae'v and TraaMrw.
i Lb at. t3AUmsta,
, FaoSiO. Aoaca,
( owkiubam. H. L. HAIAWaf ,
4. at. 1'Rii.i.rrs.
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rrrEREST paid mi itepneitt at ska rata a) a
L net ant. per aaanm. March lit bb4 Aaptem
yrt lit. Interwt wibMbbbm la addad iniin
liately to Mm principal of tha dapoaiu, taarehy
firtBA taara aaaainniBjA kahwaaS .
ttavrrivd Wontn and Cbildran may
Deposit Money and no on
els oaa draw It.
- ' To the Pmblle.
The fact that there is no Elaine oil in
the city, is caused by the oyertlow of the
Elaine Oil Works" at Pittsburg a
lew days ago, when so
great di-tructiou was done to other prop
erty by the ice and flood. We expect
every day to hear that the works arc In
order again, and soon thereafter you
can be supplied with "The Family Safe
Guard Oil through the usual channels.
Ibe Merry Day a of Old.
Iu reading of the middle ages one is
struck by the accounts given of feat of
strength, etc., of the life actor ot those
times. The suits of armor worn, would
certainly indicate the possession ot
greater physical strength than is devol-
oped by men in tuesc latter days. What
wrought the change ? Men lived in the
merry days a more out-.loor life than
this advanced civilization of ours can af
ford. There is a greater consumption of
brain matter, and that increased demand
on mental and physical power necessi
tates the use of a pure vegetable stimu
lant tonic, such as the Home Stomach
(Before F. Bross, P. AT.)
On Tuesday morning between nine and
ten o'clock, some one entered Dr.
Leach' office on Commercial avenue
between Ninth And Tenth streets, and
stole therefrom a fine overcoat valued at
twenty-five dollar. Yesterday Dr.
Leach took out a warrant for tbe arrest
of a young man named John BrUlgton,
to whom the doctor's suspicions were
directed as the guilty party. Bridgton
was taken before Judge Bross for trial,
but a the evidence was not strong
enough to fasten the thelt upon him, he
was discharged. .... ,
On Tuesday afternoon a gentleman
giving hi name as James A. Casswell,
and representing himself as a correspond
ent of the Jonesboro Gauitf, called upon
Jim Cheney, proprietor ot. a grocery
store at the corner of Eighteenth and
Poplar streets, and without solicitation
wrote a gushing puff of Mr. Cheney aud
his business. The writing completed,
Casswell asked Mr. Cheney how many
copies of the Ha-.e1lt containing the no
tice he would take. At first Jim refused
Below Ui(ch water of 1ST.
Sergeant. Signal Service, J H. A .
Steamer James Flsk, Paducah.
Warner and tow, Ohio,
" Cherokee, Cincinnati.
" J. W. Gaff. Cincinnati.
McDonald and tow, Ohio.
Steamer James Fisk, Padueatr.
" Cherokee, New Orleans.
J. Y. Gaff. Memphis.
Tha Lizzie Baj lixs, W. M. Williams
master, will leave for Cape Girardeau
and way point promptly at ten o'clock.
a.m., Thursday, Fchrnarv lt. For
freight or passage apply on board
The Vleksburg is the next
boat- up- from Vicksburg
750 bbls. pork were received by llalllday
& PhilUps on Monday and promptly
transferred and shipped to-day at
45c per bbl This evening the
Bismarck leave Belmonf, where she has
been loading for New Orleans
Tho fleet ctcamer Grand Tower leave
this evening for Vicksburg and way.
Capt. Lennox- is in ecinmand,
and Tom White and Jno. Crane
associate in tbe office
Tbe pleasant weather still continues, and
no doubt it is bulldozing the gorges iu
the "upper Mississippi Cherokee ar
rived at 4 a.m. well loaded, and took on
250 ton at good rate The Cincin
nati packet, J as. W. Gsff, with Capt. Bob
Wise on the root, arrived at 3 p.m. with
the largest trip ever left Cincinnati
The Mitchell added 225 ton here
The Howard left Vlckabug with 700 tacks
corn, 0,782 sacks oil meal, 3.787 tacks oil
cake, 5,088 sack cotton seed, 1,50 1 bar
rel cotton seed oil, and 4,077 bale cot
ton tor New Orleans. ' - . . f
Open every buaineaeday from As. tn. ta S pea
ad Satnrday armings for savlnfe depoatta only
roaS to S o'clock.
W. HTAXOF. Treaarr.
Nefl. Vice Vrea'l.
H. Welle, Cathier.
T. J. Kerlb. Av.
Cornor Commarelal Are. and bt Street
Wm. Kluire. Cairn.
Wm. WoltV, Cairo.
I'. Svft Cairo.
A . Suxauka. Cairo. R. I Billing-ley, VI. t.ou!
K. Hiiiler, Cairo. H. Well, Cairo.
P. II. Brlnkman, hi. Loaia,
J. Y. Clemaon, (aledoni.
Ueaieral Baahlwa; tSwalaieaa) !.
-JF.xchnjrr aold and bought Interval palJ
a the Haviova Ieiartment. Collection Diad.
ad all buimeaa promptly attraded to.
City National Bank
W. P. HAUJDAY, ITeai-Wnt
HRNRT L. HALUDAT, Vk Frrat
A. ft HFFORDLCaabit4
WA " K HTSIX)F. Aaa'l lajtiler.
8. Staats Tatlob, R. If. Co MattAB,
H L. Haixioat, V. i. HauioaT,
U. D. WiLUAMton. Srapna.-f Blab,
A B. Saitord.
Exchange, Coin and United fltatci
iionae jsongnc ana soia.
DEPOSITS recetrrd and a geaeral baBklof
W, H. MAltEAN,
.'r ' (Dr. Brlgham'a Successor )
r OfHoel; 13a Commercial Ave.
S-l-lm ' Cairo, Ulinnla.
We clip the following flattering notice
of our former fellow-citien, Mr. Jewett
Wilcox, from the Hotel WurlJ, published
at Chicago: "Jewett Wilcox, the new
manager of the Treraont House, of this
city, 1 working wonders In that hotel.
There ha been a complete lifting of the
whole establishment, by which lie has
discerned and retained the wheat, and
those who know, say the house Is upon a
better, sounder business basis than before
or since the great tire. The trustees of the
estato are said to be delighted with the
new management, and the prospect for
dividends are better than before."
to. take any ot
cent for ten
Hbat tbe BUiawa Require.
Since torpidity of the liver 1 the chiet
cause of ita disorder, It Is evMeut that
what the bilious require is an alterative
stimulant which will arouse it to activity,
an effect that is followed by the disap
pearance ol the various symptom indi
cative of ita derangement. Hos
teller's Stomach Bitter invariably
achieve the primary result mentioned, be
sides removing the constipation,' flatu
lence, heart-burn, yellowness ot the skiu
and whites ol the eye, pain In th right
side aud under the right bhoulder, nau
sea, vertigo and sick headache, to which
bilious Invalids are peculiarly subject. As
A remedy for chronic indigestion, men
tal despondency and ' nervousness the
Bitters are equally efficacious, and as
renovant ol loat vigor, a tueuns ol arrest
ing premature decay, aud A source of re
lief front Uie luflruikiet to which the
gentler sex t peculiarly aubjeot, they
rosy br thoroughly relied upon. 1 30 t
out tho state.
Mr. E. C. Ford has bought the stock
of the Variety Bracket Store opposite
Goldsline and Kosenwater's, on Com
mercial avenue, and has on hand a com
plete assortment of wall pockets, side
and corner brackets, ladles' toilets, clock
shelves, album frames, match sales, card
receivers, cornice pieces, supper cases, an
style and size ofpc,ture frames, a beau,
tiful combination of mirror, comb rase
towel rack And match afe in ono piece,
shirt bosom boArds, so arranged a to
hold the bosom firm while Ironing ; all
tyles of moulding aud frame made to
order, fjtdle please call before purchas
ings elsewhere. 1-lJ-lm
A Lively Rumpna.
Between nine and ten o'clock on Tues
day night, a lot of negroes living In the
two ttory frame building at the corner of
Thirteenth' street aud Washington avenue,
indulged in a general row. A man
named Shultet and his wife Annie, had a
difficulty, And before it terminated throe
or four other colored persons joined In
the quarrel, And the result was that it
wound up in a general free light. Shultes
put his wife Annie out of the house, and
retired with another woman. Then Auule
got fearfully mad, and declared her in
tention to trlve that "nasty old wench
Ann Smith from Paducah de wust wol
lopln"the aforesaid "Ami Smith from
Paducah" ever had. Annie Shultes de
clared that when she got through with
her, there would "not be enough of Auu
Smith from Paducah left for de doctors to
work on." Ofllcer Gladney appeared on
the scene aud marchej the gentle Annie
off to the calaboose.
OFFICKi Kit-bib SI rent, ltwen Waahingtou
aud Commercial .tauue, Cairo. Illinuia.
Whew f da.
Hereafter visitors will be admitted to
see prisoners in Hie county (ail on Tues
days and Thursday between the hour of
10 a.m., and 2 o'clock, p.m.
Iwar.;"V . .
See advertisement ol T, J, Kvrth. gen
eral 'Insurance agent. Mr. kerth will.
promptly Attend to auy busiue you may
f ntrust him, with in Uie Inf-nrinc line
Jan tt-lm. ' ''
. rerawikMl. -
Mr. Oberly is in Springtield
Mr. Tho. Jefl'ry, of CHiti, was iu the
George Sanford and George Duval,
two well known jRimblers.are In tbe city.
ur. Nmlta r-vyed from hu soutn
erntrlponTn,iht. He is much-
improved in health"
prominent liquor de
In tbe city. aud. rrglsv
, ,Xe a
The Sh says : Wo leern from the
lieWJM-n) that Cl. J. '.II. Oberly of
this eity Is likely to W put on the rsll
road' cmsalaaloit by Gov. Cullomv
Well, now as tliere will be one DemoJ
kuLoulai vf.S.Kdsot, VUUlUdge; B.
W. Jones, DuQuoln ; John Reed, Cincin
nati ; Frank Conlon, Vlncennes; Henry
Cohoe, E vausvill ; D. . cliiiimaii, Evan
r Among the arrivals At Herbert's yes
terday were 11. Livingston. Paducah ; A,
the papers, but
and to get lid oi
paid him fifty
copies ot the
paper, i.ater in tne uay i neney became
convinced that he had been Imposed
upon, And determined to make Casswell
suffer for tbe deception. Accordingly a
warrant for Casswell arrest was sworn
out before Judge Bross. The warrant
was placed in the hand , ol Officers Cain
and Sargent, who after a long search
found Casswell at L. C. Herbert's sa
loon on Commercial avenue. When ar
rested Casswell was very drunk, and
was locked up in the calaboose to sober
up. Yesterday he was taken before
Judgo Bross lor trial, but the prosecu
tion not having had time to get their ev
idence In shape, the trial was postponed
till three o'clock this alternoon. In tfie
meantime Casswell occupies quarters iu
the city jail. -
(Before J. J. Bird, 1. M.)
Bob Schultes and hi wife Annie oc
cupy a room In the upper atory ot the old
tumble-down building At the corner ot
Washington avenue and Thirteenth
street. A colored woman named Ann
Smith ha made ber home with the
Schulteses for some time, and of late Mr.
Schultes has noticed that Bob has been
paying entirely too much attention to
Ann Smith, and as a consequence Bob
aud his wife have not Itved happily to
gether, On Tuesday night they had a
quarrel, when Bob gave his gentle Annie
a gentle pounding, and wound up by
putting her out ol the house aud locked
the door on her. Mrs. Schultes
coull not stand it to be thus
treated by her Bob. She was
his lawful wife, and she would teach that
urly "Paducah nigger wench Ann
Smith" A lesson. . So, arming herself
with A club, she returned to the house Aud
aunounced her determination to "bust
In dat doah, and hurt dat nigger so bad
dat dare wouldn't be enough left ot ber
for the doctor to patch up," and uiting
tbe aetion to the wocd she ttarted for
the door, and tell into the bauds of Con
table Gladney and wa taken to jail.
Yesterday Judge Bird fined her Art M
ira and the costs, and sent her to Uie
lock-un, ' . ,-
Owen Glllhain. an old ofleudU",
was " before his ' boner . again yes
terday on a ' charge '"of dnmk
and dlorderly.M Owen will pnt In thir-
tn tiara On the btrw Irvee.
Vine ra4tBjah.l3Woaa eolotee)
e-entleuian. met Mary Uwl,sJocMofaji
mi Fifth street on Tuesday aught, ti
anma howVlnce couldn't ttH how It
i,.,- ;.- ABB . '
No so Ohio rr.
T.S If. .
PUC2S USVCSO TO SUIT TSS TIKES
Room and Board, lat and 2d
Floor, $2.50 per Day.
Xtoaaa ad Board. 3d Floor S3 .00 Par Day
weaial Rata bv Weak or Mawth.
A limited aumlH-r of rery deairable lamilr
rooms can In -ul al reasonable rarea lur ihc
Mummer month. - - - -
The tit. Ctuu lc ii the largTt and beat aapoiul
ad Hone in Houtbern lllinoia, and i the lead ma
Btitel ia Cairo. NolwllhaMadiBS' the "Hed
Rock" reduction In prlree, ibe tahir will, a
usual, be liberally supplied, with the Very beel
of ererythina thai ran be found ia market.
Fins la ore aample rooiAa Car ooinmerclal trav
elers, on around Moor, free of charge.
CtAll baKiputeoi guenis uonveyea io ana iroui
tne beuil wilnout marge.
St. R. r.BW.
' - ' Proprietor.
W A10L.CS AIJR AND RKTAJl..
Dealer in Fresh Moa
Betwaeo Washington and Oonsuerula
ATeauaa, adjolnlaa Hauny'a.
KKKP8 for aaW tbe beat Bwf, Perk, bUiUob
Veal, Lamb, Hauaaca, Ac., aud U pr
ri tt ear l'milk-a IB sb aovaptabla ma' ir
in tub oitY.
Goods Sold Vory Cloaa.
Ooraar I Oth at. and OoaasBar.'lol At
gaiso. iixiiroii ;
C. 0. PATIER &
BAIMT ARfO OIIA,
lralrslB - ""
Paints. Oils, Varnifihes,
' " I - .
HIT. OARBONCBIg Muddy)
Vall fapar, Windoi
i.b aaa4. taf alfbraai( tUusauvaii tg
' " . 1 64 W.I
Ooraer Slavelth atswat m4 saUt
i'.'i -'- i a-T- i
V ?.....,.. i i 1 ' ; . '
' Order for Coal by tha ear-load
ttn, or ia hogs rla, for abjpmaat
jromptlr attaodod to, ......
Urga oonaaanara aad
tnvawa. wa ajrw rant
ar lr ar nr".lrft by t
90U tr.xt. tTcs Ct.
ii I f a i us s m a. -7.
tyr-m"l&Tt VtssTlli.l Catelawaa.
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