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MtIKO HllSINESS HOUSES.
jnle. Say business Arm ran have three tlne
pace, In Oil column under appropriate hewlhig
I thr rlt of H i" lr mourn or
' per yrai
payable quarterly 'nM""!
BlfcWiWIM saMwW WHO I III w
A. HAt.f.KY fleeter In Stores, Tin and Haul
Ware, CJaidrn and fwnw' Implements, Wire
itwlM, llctrlgerator, I'umpa and ladder.
1 1 , ( oramrri'lul Avttiiif. (auterinir, nnl .lob
Work done on short notice. .
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.1. S.Mcf : AHF.Y-1 imlrr lu hart and soft lum
lr, flooring, ceiling, siding and surfsred
lumber, lath anil shingle, office ami nt
nrnrr Twentieth Mreet anl Washington avenue
LANCASTER k klC'K-Deelrrs In mb,
ilnor. blinds, etc, hard ami to It lumber and
.hlngles. Yard and other, Commercial avenue,
onirr ITth Hwl.
1). HATtTMAN-Dealer In Queennware, Toys.
I amps and all kind of lancy articl-. t.ommer--nl
avenue, corner lh street.
Photography. . -
WII.MWI vVINTKK lxlh etreet liHwe-ii
ntuiuerclal avenue and Washington avenue.
Clothing; and Merchant Tailoring-.
JOHN ANTKIM-Meirhant Tailor and dealer
in Heady Made Clothing. IS Ohio Levee,
Real :tat Agenrle. .
f. .f . HOWLKT-Real Katate Agent Riiya
and sell real eeute, colln-la rent. tavf tarn
for non-reldent.etr. Commercial avenue, be
Iwee&.Ninlh and Tenth Streets. '
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J. Q. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, ( airo lots in
exchange lor St. Louis property.
"A fine residence on corner llalbrook.
V avenue and Twaily-third street, at a bar
- Cottage on Sixth street between Wash-
ngton syenite and Walnut utrwl.
House and lot on Eighth street between
Walnut and Cedar, $1,6.W.
... .. .. FOP. REST.
Two-story house on Twenty-eighth
street, between Toplar and Commercial
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Machine Co., on Commercial avenue. le
tween Tenth and Eleventh streets.
The first floor of a brick d welliug cor
ner of Nineteenth and Poplar street.
Cottage on the north side of Twelfth
rtreet between Walnut and Cedar.
Business house on Icvee street above
Eight, and in good repair.
Kooms Id a two storv house on Com
mercial avenue between Ninth and Tenth
'Store room near corner ot Twentieth
and Poplar street ; $3.
Tenement 3, 4, 5 and 10 in Winter'
tow lor $10 per month, and in Crst-claes
v' Cottage on Twenty-first street between
freamoTe and Poplar.
, , Rooms In nearly every part of the 'ity.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
'" Lands in tracts to suit, near Cain.
rtrt-CIa lAautf rjr.
X Jtia iiow conceded tint Mrs. Coleman.
. Le laundreM, No. 12 Fourth street, be
; ween Washington and Commercial aye
:uie, has one of the best conducted laru
try establishments in the city, and land
nr!s of hotel and boarding honsea will
,-ind it to their advantage to call upon
!tw. . Her prices are as follows : Hotel
m boarding house washing 75 cents per
Jozeni For piece work prices are as fol
,ows: Single shirt and collar, 15c ; two
"'.ilrti and two collars, 25c ; per dozen,
-0c socks, 5c ; two collars, 6c; two
handkerchief, 5c ; vests, 20o ; and all gen
ilemanU wear, 0c per dozen; ladies
plain calico dresses, $1 2." per dozen
ralloo dreasea with extra trimmings, 30c ;
whit drese,tl 23; ladies underwear,
fmeor courae, f 1 perdozen. ll-2s-lf
Prior Xlmainna Um r ita Avtaea
Mr.. Peter immerman, cleaner, reno
vator and repairer ot clothing, was
burned out la the big ftre of Saturday
morning lat, but is already ready to
erve the public and his old customers
again. lie hns opened out In John Hy-
land's old stand, at the corner of ( om
inereial avenue and Tenth 6treet, and re
spectfully follrit patronage from old and
new friends. If you have a coat, a vest
a pair of pantaloons that needs clean
ing or repairing, take it to Peter Zimmer
man and lie will make it as good as new
at a price that will atonlsh you by Its
MieaDnera.' Remerubcr Peter Zimmer
man, at the corner of Commercial avenue
Mid Tenth street. 1-10-1 m
. Wo have this day sold to Mr. E. c
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frames
..tc. should bo sent to him or left at
ihia otliee. We bespeak lor him the lib
eralltv ot patronage that has been be-
stowed noon us. HU assortment ot
moulding is complete, prices beyond
i om petit ion and he guarantees satisfac
tion in all cases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 187ti.
tl Cairo BrtXKTiN Co.
A CitMDd Maiiida Ball
will be given by the
NATIONAL CORNET BAN1
On Monday evening, February 5, 1877.
AdmUsion, gentlemen, $1 ladies, f0c.
Tickets can be purchased at M. J. Mc
i:aulpy's and Frank Heley's drug stores,
at K. & W. Buder's and Fred Teichman's.
I 1h Harber.
.It'fl Brown has taken chirge ol the
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
1 .ampert. JoSt Is a good barber, and so
i Jlclti a share of patronage. Give hlin a
fall and ?atisty yoursell. tt
Haoax's Magnolia Balm prwerve
uud restores the complexion ; removes
jrexklcs, tan and sallowuess ; inakea tlie
skin aolt, white and delicate. Itsappll.
cation cannot be detected.
Lyo.n'b Kathaikom makes beautilul,
tflossy, luxuriant lialr; prevents Us tall
uj out or turning gray. It has stood
the test of 40 years, lsjcharwlpgly per
fumed and bai do rival.
Kulfthto of I'Tthia, meeU arery Kri
day uisbl at half paat aeo, in Odd-
IVlluwa' Hall. Uowt.
On i r j
at.K.l ANDRR tlDUK, NO. M4
iiitM-ndent uroer or um-rej
inerts ererr jnnraUT nisni
hair-uuit aeveu, In Ibelr halloa
jiiiniirrial avenue. Iietween Mxthand Seventh
rt-ni Will K. II Matx-. N. i.
r1A!UO KHCAMPMKNT, I. O. O. T.. dmwU
viu Oild-iinwa' Hall on the Aral and third
t nrwlay In etery month, at half-past seven
A. Comnrts. (! P
' x and Kiirlitu
111) LODGE, NO. 837, A.f. 4t A. at.
lar cortimuiiicaUiiaa in ata-
eflrfMeT tXimTflrrolal arrnue
iirhtii Btnvt, on tii aeoond aad
mrth Mondar f avh month.
B4TRN OF ADTKBTIHISJU.
IAJl bills for adTertliial, are due and pay
aM nc ATAJlca f
Transient aavartiaing will be inserted at tht
rate of tl 0 per aqtaare for tha flrtt Inaertion
aad V renta for enr.h stibaequent on , A libaral
diacountwill be maile on iUtniing aaddispl
Tor InaertinK Funeral notirt tl t0 Notice o(
meeting of societies or secret ordera ' nents fur
Cbnreb, Society, PMtlval and Slipper notices
will only be inserted aa advertisements
Ko advertiaemf nt will be received at leaa than
SO renta, and no advertisement will be inaerted
lor las tban three dollars per nonth
V LOfAL BIBIIJIS NOTIITS -'"
Of one square (S lines s ace) or more, in
serted in the Bi'I.lktix m follows : (ls
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square ,
Two insertions per square.-.
Three insertions per square.,
Six Insertions per sqjmre....
.... $ M)
, 1 00
Two weeks per square 2 00
One month per Bqnare.
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 167
TO l AKDIUAIKS.
.o aaaaaaremrnl will Se Inartetl
In turn 0IIiibi ! late- mtttnmy
eompantea the me. Itita rale
UaperMlIt e. atiM-. A,amenee
ntaaU lar a-lly ome, AUaa.
I'wr C ity Clerk.
We are autboriat to auaountie Jalue W .
Stewart a a candidate iur re-rler.uuu t the of
lloa of City Clerk at the approaching Karter
Laral Heavtlics- Mepers. -
L'Aiao. li.L., Feb a ItTi'.
rso.i t I
Serxfant, Surnal Service. V. H. A.
We wl'l pay no bills for (rood? or mer
chandise purchased for the Bltliti.v
by any ot lb employes, flutes' the "pnr-
rtiaJe is made on a written oruer signed
by thejpresldent or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Bcllktix Co.
J. r tlBhauaa.
on j;iguin street, two uoors irom Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else in the barber line. La
dles' and children' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
t in Property Fr Bale.
The tine two story brick, building on
lot 7, block 27, Cairo (on Commercial
avenue, below Tenth street), together
with lots C and 7. The house is well
arranged for business and dwelling pur
poses and is situated in a good business
location. The property, is unincumbered
and title perfect. M. J. Howurv,
w. Real Estate Agent.
A rra MaaajaieraMlc Ball
will be given by the -
KNIGHTS MYSTIC KKEW of COML'S
A t the St. Charles hotel on Tttsday even
ing February 13, 1S77. No Improper
characters will be admitted, and every
person will le required to unmask before
entering the hall. Ticket for sale at
Paul Seliuh's, Parker's book store, and
M. J. MeGauley'a. Admission, gents.
$1 ; ladies. 50 cents. H2-13
Sore legs, wound?, ulcers, Ac. cuu be
cured. The rational-treatment as Indi
cated by nature. Is to reduce the loc al iu
tlamatiou, sooth the neighboring nerves,
cool the hea'ed blood, and render the
watery ichorous discharge consistent and
healthy. Happily llolloway's Ointment
accomplishes these ends with unfailing
certainty. Twenty-live cents per pot or
bottle. . , k
To all who are suilering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, los3 of man
hood, etc, I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charre. Thli great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
Inman, Station D. Bible Hous., New
York City. UXMm. ' ?
VI arus er WaralatsT
During the present year, as In the past
the grave will close over thousands, slui
ply because they neglect the means which
would restore them to health. Meet the
fell destroyer at the threshold, and dis
pute his invasion by that more than won
derful medicine, Dr. Morris' Syrup of
Tar, Wild Cherry and Horehound. There
Is no cough or cold, case of asthma, bron
chitis, blood-spitting, weak lungs, croup
or whooping cough which will not yield
more readily to this great botanic remedy
tban any other medicine. It you would
avoid disappointment and be speedily
cured, ask your druslst tor Dr. Morris'
Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Hore
houud. Trial size, 10 ceuta. Regular
sizes, 60 cents and $1 at Barclay & Bros.
Prol. 1'arker'a Pleasant Worm Syrup
U perfectly safe. Extremely palatable.
No physic required. Costs 25 cents.
-Go to flmich to day.
- Colder weather coming.
Mr. E. A. Burnett is in the t itr.
Police business was slim yesterday.
"The box and basket factory is doinr
a thriving business.
There will be the usual service at
the Presbyterian church to-dsy.
The revival at the Methodic church
will be continued during the present
McKvoy'a Hibcinica will exhibit at
the atheneum in this city on Wednesday
and Thursday evenings. . t ,
Brother Dayls, he or the Sm, says
he la not an office seeker. . Mr. Fisher
will feel better alter hearing this.
C. Moerlein'l Cincinnati lager beer,
made from the bet barley and hops.
Try it. 1-H-lm.
Remember the Heywood Brothers at
the atheneum to-morrow, Monday night.
The troupe Is one of the best traveling.
It will pay to go and fee t'lem.
The IMta Brom fa?torv is temjo
rnrily located at No. 13C 'ommercial ave
nue. Dc-a'trs are invited to call and ex
airin;tock anl pricta, .-, 2-3-3
Small blank books kept In stock at
the City Bindery: Sold as cheap as any
book store iu the city. Books of every
size from two to ten quires, or more, tf
"Merit secures the esteem of the
right-thinking, fortune that ot the pub
lie," says a brilliant epigrammatist. All
clases, however, rejoice when good for
tune rewards palpable L.erit, and the
highest medal ot honor is the universal
recognition ot the world. Such lias been
the well-earned reward of the maker of
B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap, for his name
is honorably known from palace to tene
I alwavs have been and ?till am
proprietor nnd manufacturer of Dr. IV mi.'
Wood's Fever Pllli. Auy one selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not madtftjqev will
bo prosecuted to the full extent of the
law. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. Haly's, P. J. Schuh's
Barc lay Brothers, and at . myv office
Sol lu no . and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to , dealer a . on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
dAw-tf. Dr. Wm. Wooi.
Mr. K. C. Ford has touglit the stock
of the Variety Bracket Store opposite
Ooldfctine and Rosenwatcr's, on Com
mercial avenue, and has on hand a com
plete aortment ot wall pockets, side
and corner brackets, ladies' toilets, clock
shelves, album frames, match safes, card
receivers, cornice pieces, slipper cases, all
styles and sizes of picture frames, a beau,
tiful combination of mirror, comb case
towel rack and match safe In one piece,
shirt bosom boards, so arranged as to
hold the bosom firm while ironing ; all
styles of moulding and frames ma.de to
order. Ladies please call before purchas
ing elsewhere. 1-1 3-1 m
- Wr wTutorslanC-tbe Women" a snub
and Library Association ara having the
papers drawn up preparatory to having
the association chartered under the state
laws. The association will be chartered
nnder Its original name, "The Women's
Club and Library Association." It la the
desire ot the ladies comprising the club
to open the library on the occasion of Its
second anniversary. Mareh fith, 185?, and
with this object in view the members are
working industriously. So far in the
neighborhood of seventy-five persons
hav subscribed to take a yearly member
shlo'luUie association. 1 1 is to be hoped
this numlier will lie double within the
next few days.
Mattlutws lu Cairo, February 2d, a
son to 'Willis and Nellie J. Matthews.
Mrs. Horn lias removed her dress-making-
rooms from her late residence on
Seventh street to Washington avenne,
one door above Mrs. R. II. Cunning
ham's, where she will be happy to see
her friends and patrons. 1-20-1 m.
Tha famrt Houae.
The Alexander county court house is
in a delapldated condition, and must un
dergo repairs oon or it will go to ruin
altogether. The porticoes are entirely
rotten, and apparently about ready to
fall down. Competent judges say It will
require at tlte least calculation live thous
and dollar to make the needed repairs.
Beligioua Rervleee To-Day.
Rev. B. Y. George will preach in
the Presbyterian church this morning
and to-night at the usual hours. The
subject of the morning sermon will be
"John, the Beloved Disciple." Reuiem.
her there will be services In the evening,
There will be tlie regular Sunday
services iu the MethodUt church to-day,
Rev. D. J. GiUham ofllclatlnar. Sunday
school at th usual hour.
will be given at
John Scowl's Hall.
Monday - Evening
February u, 1877
AUU,trM,'ll n II U
a Jml,il n A
supper, n.oo. no
improper characters will be admitted.
2-1-1 2t .Committee of Arrangements.
The man O'Brien referred to iu yester
day's Bci.Lt.riM as having been removed
from tho county jail to St. Mary's Infirm
ary, died yesterday afternoon. O'Brien,
with two other men, named respectfully
Stlbbens and Hamilton, was convicted fat
the presentterm ol the circuit court for
the crime of playing a confidence gam
ou an old man named Moon, and were
sentenced to five years ench lo the penl
tentiary. . .
, Amaikar Haw Arrival.
' When Mr. M.' W. Mattttowi returned
home Saturday morning he was surprtse'd
to find young genilcinsu tf hi home
who had taken possesion and w-i mak
ing himself at home. Smile", beamed
upon the countenance of the happy
father as he was introduced lo this young
stranger. Many were theeongratulatinns
extended to the Joyful parents by their
numerous friend upon this addition
to their family. The mother and son are
doing finely. "AH' is well that ends
TheVeAdence of C. D. Arfer, on Sev
enth street, between Washington avenue
ami Walnut street was sold at public out
cry yesterday. V. W. Henderson, the
hardware merchant became the pur
chaser, paying $1,WK) for the premises.
Alt things considered, the hard times
and the. low value of real etate, the
price obtained wn the full vJu of the
Harry Kennedy, charged with an a
s'ault niHon Frank Oordon, proprietress
of a bawdy house on Walnnt near
Fourth utrcet, with Intent lo kill, was
tried in the circuit court yesterday. By
agreement the coae was submitted to
Jud? Baker for decision. The evidence,
did not sustain the charge ngaiust Kent
nedy, and he was accordingly discharged.
Cordon was very drur.k at the time the
ault is alleged to hure lx-cn made, nnd
it was proven Miu had fallen down and
hurt her head severely, causing the blood
to llow freely, and Imagined she had been
struck with a slung shot, and that Ken
nedy was the man who struck her. ,
III sewen Again.
His honor Mayor Winter asserts tha
it is not his business to look alter the
sewers ; that the Drainage Committee o
the City Council-have the sewers h
charge and should see to it that they are
properly closed.. Well, however this may
be, it Is the duty of the mayor t see that
the several committees of the city council
do their duty, and 11 the drainage com
mittee does not do its duty he should
spur them up a little. Of this we are
certain, the tewers should be attended to,
and '' the mayor, ss the head of tlie city
4 wcrnment, will be held to answer jf
tU'y ire allowed to remain open.-
Ihe Merry nays of Old.
lA reading of the middle, ages one is
stticlc by the accounts given ot feats of
strength, etc., of the life actors ot those
times. The suits of armor worn, would
certainly Indicate the jocHion. ot
greater physical strength than is devel
oped by men in luese latter clays. What
wrought the change? Men lived In the
merry days a more out-door life than
this advanced civilisation ot 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
' ' fftv. Otlafy.
Physician and surgeon, from Cincin
nati, Ohio, has prepared certain reme
dies for the cure ot lever and ague,
chronic rheumatism and palsy, neuralgia
and cramps, wettness of the lied by
c-hlliren, adults, etc.
The above named diseases will be
curedwhere els3 treatment has failed.
My remedies arc almost infallible.
no rcstc. WO PAT.
Persons can be cured of the Tapeworm
by me in only two hours. Worms by
children iu a short time. Call on me at
Louis Herbert's Hotel, Ohio levee, Cairo,
Illinois. Dr. Ottofy will remain here
only a short time. 2-2-3t
The sewer question is just iioat a very
important one with the people ot Cairo,
and the question is asked a huudred times
every day whether the sewers have been
closed, and if so, how have they beeu
closed. It has been suggested, and we
believe the suggestion a good one, that
the officer whose duty It Is to close the
sewers be supplied with a mixture o'
white-lead and tallow, (the same as is
used by engineers on steamboats) and
that the mixture be place about the
mouths of the sewers so that when the
caps are pushed down it will fill up all
cracks or openings tluit might otherwise
be left open. It Is claimed that when wa
ter conies lu contact with the mixture it
chills and hardens, and that there is no
danger of leakage. The matter Is worth
the attention of the mayor and his offi
Sheriff Saup and Police Officer Sargent
last night raided the two-story frame
house opposi 1st apt. J. c. White's resi
dence at the corner of Sixth street and
Washington avenne, and ran into a per
fect nest of negro gamblers. hen tlie
otllcejs entered the bouse there were be
twecri fifteen and twenty men about the
table. The proprietor of the establish.
meut gave the alarm, aud the negroes
made a break for the windows, through
which they bounced without waiting lo
raise the sa$h. Therr was a terrible rat
tling of glass, and li less time than it
takes to tell it, all buttwo ot the gamblers
had made their escape During the raid
Sheriff Saup. was kiocked down by
burly darkey who va attemping to make
his escape. Tlie two men captured were
locked up. , , . " f
tUnltrf ious M Hopson, Canton,
Ills. ; E. M. alker, Mt. Vernon, Ills. ;
John Ethrlg; St. Lous ; J as. I'age and
son, Charleston ; ilbert . Ilammons,
Rosa IIlU' Ills.; A. Bates, Chicago; J.
II. McCormlck, St. Louis ; A. StelnbocW,
Kvansyllle; Y. C. Spawns, Ralls ; Co.
St. Cl,tflW. C. Sjdawn, Uoleonda j
R. C. Romslee, F, M. Fallett, Psrl La
vaca, Texas ; James Sacbanan, Mew Or
leans; A. O. ZelgWi, Chicago T. J.
TusUn. Chicago ; W. B- Pearce, Cleye
laod, Obtot Thos. R. Chapman, Dayton,
Ohio; Judsjulne Iomlnque, New Or.
SUrW's-W'm. Bauerlioe. MU-
waukee ; 1. M. Ford. Mexico; Fd.
Johnson, Fillmore. Ky.; Christ. Esjne,
Fillmore. Kv.; F. W.Creek do.; W. P.
Martha), do, V. I .. an Crelao, Ntw
A Heaitarky Strhoal Inrau.
Miss Phn be Uholson teache school at
the Wat wood school house l:i Ballard
county. Miss Phoebe Is one ol that class
of scliQOl teachers with whom it is alwsy
safer to keep on the good side. Wain
Roach, (Sen., lives la the Watwood dls
trlct and his children attend Miss Choi"
son's SchooL. . Rome titae ago Roeeh
became tllssatisneek with Miss Gholson
and said to soma of his neighbors that she
Was "no account." This language Miss
Phn be considered an imputation upon
her fame as a teacher ; and she con.
eluded to get "even with Roach. She had
hltu nrrested. arid broughtbefore a Jus
tice ot the peace. All the patrous of the
school were summoned as Witnesses, and
the crowd ' . In . attendance at the
trial was tery large. '. Roach stated
that he had never heard 'Miss riwebe
spoken of except as a lady and had never
spoken of her otherwise except as a
'school teacher,"' but acknowledged he
had Said f he was no account as a ''school
teacher. - She then failed upon him to
prov that the was "no account" as a
school teacher tnt he failed
to produce sufficient evidence
to sustain the charge. All the
patrons of the school testified that Miss
Phi be was "some account," and Roa?h
llnally agreed with them, and said that
she was, because everybody ele said so.
I hen M iss Pho-be agreed to drop the
whole matter on condition that Roach
would cromise never to call her name
again. He acquiesced, and the matter was
settled. - Roach will know better next
A Ntrantfe Bttraaicer.
1 bey have discovered a "wild man up
in Johnson county, and the good people
ot the neighborhood are not a little exer
cised over the discovery, and are endeav
oring to ascertain something ot the
strsuge. stranger's history. The John-
on County Ytxmwn ol a late date says
"that while Irvfn Haley and Mr..IVterson
were out hunting hogs a few days aro on
the bluffs on the Hue of the Cairo and
Viucennes railroad, a tew miles above
Bloomlield, they unexpectedly . saw
smoke issuing from under a cove of the
bluff. They went up to know
the cause, aud were surprised to
see a man, to all appearances crazy,
His words and actions at least would In
dicate such to be the fact. The paths ho
had made to where he gets his water and
wood left the impression that he had
been there tour or five months. He looks
to be about tweentyfive or thirty years
of age ; has on a tolerably good eoatt
his boots are considerably worn. He
has a fiat rock fixed up for a table ves
sels made out of wood. The only thing
noticed for sustenance was pr.rched
corn. His answers to Interroga
tories were strange. To tht , que'
Uon "Where did you live before
you came here," he replied, "Generally
under my hat.". Noticing that he chewed
tobacco he was asked if he wanted some.
He said, "I came Into this world neither
to beg nor steal, but there Is ray table, if
yon wish to leave anjlliing on it you can
do so." Thsre seems to be some interest
manifested about the matter. It mty be
that he is Insane, having escaped from an
asylum or from bU friends at home. And
he may possibly be some ciiminal seclud
ing himself from the penalty of the law."
Collieiou Between (Steamboat and
tbe KmbU-Oct Man Killed ana An
On last Thursday night, near Ashport,
a point on the Mississippi river a short
distance above Memphis, tlte steamers
Charles Morgan ami the Aggie collided,
the latter boat receiving more or less
draage. .The circumstances of
the - ; collision as related- to
us ' -Were about., these: The
Morgan was coming iu the rier and the
Aggie going down. Tlie usual passing
signals were given by both boats, aud the
Morgan kept straight on., lief way, but
tha pilot ot the Aggie must have changed
his mind, for Immediately after giving
the-jgnal he changed his eoursa . nd
attempted to cross the Morgan's bow to
take the opposite side, and In so doing
the fwo boats came toguther with great
force, and tbe Aggl3, as above stated, sus
tained considerable damage. The Morgan
escaped uninjured. In the collision, two
deck passeugers on the Morgau were tcr
ribly injured, one of them having since
died. The Morgan continued ou her
way, arrivlnsr at this port during Friday
night. ue brought the two wounded pas
sengers to this port, whero they were
Ictt. Chart's McCarthy, one ofl
the wounded men, died ihortly'
alter " arriving here, and Ida re
mains were buried by Mr. Cary, the un
dertaker, at the "Seven Mile" graveyard
yesterday. McCarthy was accompanied
by his wife aud child, who were kit iu a
doftitutc condition.'-. The other man,
David Anthony, had his loot crushed.
The whole party are from Hale's Point,
Tennessee. Capt. Steine, ot the Morgan,
made 'every provision lu his power tor
tho comfort of tlte unfortunate passen
gers, aud provided them with money and
posses to return to Halo's Point. The
Morgan was in no manner responsible
for Ihe accident.
MorAg-aa-ea'a Kale. r
Whereas. Charles O. Arter and Klia M.
Artar, bis wife, by their cettaln sale uioru
gage, esecutsd and delivered lo tbe under
signed on ue zuin aay oi I'ecemuer, a,
D. l;i, did, for tbs purpose ot securiug a
certain promlsory note therein mentioned,
luortyage to tbe undersigned tbe iollowin
deacribed premise, to-wu: toi auiu
herasl thirtv (MS and tbirtV-Otie (31). iC
block numbered ftfty-oae (ol), in tbe eUy
of Cairo, Illinois and whereas, default AM
hean made In tha Davment of said BOte 1
syw, Uerefore, in pursuance of the autkor.
Uy oenferred by said sale mertgaga, I will
sell the above described prsnuats, at intb.
be vandus, to the highest bidder, for eaah
tnbasvd, al Ue door of tha Caurt Heuee,
lutbe eltyof Cairo, IMiaois. ai, Hajordsr.
February A. U. 13..; at lUo Uout 04 a
uWk p w. f said 4r, said sala f be
AtrilO ft HAITfCSta Mortgagee
Qreea JifiUbert, Atfimj, ,,,
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M etnphia ..mmm
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Helow ll'jrh mairr u 197,
' llergeant. Sbrnal Bervire. li h. 5 . 1
. Prl f.lai. '
i . ni:ivi:t. :
Kteiiner James Fisk. Puducah.
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City of Vlcksbarg, Vicksburg.
, K Cftasy Morgan, New Orleans
; PEriirTKi. -
Steamer James Fisk, Padueah.
. . " ' Msry. Miller, St. Louis.
" ChasMorgan, Cincinnati.
The Flsk had a fab; cargo, and took on
her back trip a good quantity of tobacco
The Vlcksburg will commence
loading this morning ,...The Mary
Miller lett early yesterday with a big
trip for St. Louis. She got 50 ton here.
The Dean has 'for the Ohio 300
hhds. sngar, 800 bbls. and half bbls. roa
lasses, 60 bbl. rice and 3Q. hales paper
stufl ....The Howard has a bitf cargo
comprising sugar anrl molasses for Pitts-'
burg, LoulsVille. and Evansvllle
The Morgan passed tip Friday' night
with an elegant trip intending to bring
outthoMardi Graa party for New Or
leans... ......Reese Dugan j working on
the Belle St. Loui3... :.!Tho Pkmjwi
says 790 miles in 33 hours. The Future
City with a tor ol barges left Cairo Sat
urday atO p.m., passed Memphis Sun
day at 12 ni Natchez 11 a.m. yesterday.
( apt. Jno. A. Stevenson is In receipt of
dispatches to lhe above effect and
chaHejjjjes any ( one to beat it ....
St. Louis J??i6;cari The rim was open
last evening from about Alton to Chester
and may be open ail.XUa.waj- down- by
this time. The Ice . running here
yesterday aftcrnoqn was less abundant so
tnac.tuo harbor craft navigated with lit
tle trouble. Tonnajre Ja abundant to all
points,' In laot, there i, affbra Jonsr
time past, "considerably ' uioi-ef
than business ' w ill iwiuim thia
season, yet It is pleasing to reflect
that the dreaded ice has gone out with.
out uestroylng.ot sinking a steamer or
barge, and that all dangerTs past.'
j ; ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Monday .Feb. 5th,' .1877,
The Blfl Show from tha Ett j
m'?.. ! - -r
The larRest aad most aueceaaful and comtilrte
prganization of the kind in the universe. A lull
band of tutnttrala, a troupe of a-vmaasta ami
aero uata. together with the largest coritt of
apeciairy artuu ever aeea with any similar or
puliation. Ueierred seals for ale at Hart
W. H. MAJBEAN, M. D.
BcaiBjitlic Fkjadis aai Surjesn
(Or. Urigham'a Sucreosor
Office : 136 Commercial Ave.
S-l1"' . Cairjj, Illinois.
Mark These Facts.
- w J W , i at
Th T?8limny f the iM WorM.
. ' . . A...-'. -
"I had no aetlle j Holloway's fills gaveme
a hearty one." .
'Your fill are marvelous."
''I aeud for auotlur box, ami Keep them in the
house. ' . .
' lr. Hollo way has etired-my hea-WJie thid
"i sve one ot your Pills to my balie lor chol
era morbus. The dear little ifeinK rot ell ins
iluy." . . f
My nausea of a morning! now cured "
,ourboic of HolloWuy'a Oiutrnent cured nte
of noisea in the head. 1 ruti)t) some of your
Ointment buhind the ears, and-i-? noie has left."
"Send me two boxes; 1 xrt, uu tor a iwor
"1 enclose a dollar) your )riee i. 2 cents, hut
the medicine tome is wortliadoiUr."
"8nd me flvc boxes of your I'llis." ,
"Let me have three boxes of your fills by re
turn mail, for chills and Kever."
"I have over ' uch testimonials aathehe, but
waul of spur oon luc to coui-luile.
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For Cutaneous Disorders!
And alt eru)itiouj of the sVlu, this ("Hutment is
niot iuvaluable. It does not heal enterusilv
alone, hut penetrates 'with the uwt bearclung
ruecis to tne very root oi tue evil.
lovarlably cure the fyUomun diMw.r
Disorder of the Kidney a.' .
In all aimaa aSectiuK the orsaaa, wheUicr
ther secrete too tuuuh or too little water; or
aether tltey be artlantad with atoue or aravel. or
with achea sad pains aettlad a the loins over tlie
rtaioua of Uia kidneys, thete fills should be fcv
keuaoaordiuK ta the printed ctireettons, and the
Ointment should be well rubbed into the small ol
the but-k at bedjiiac. This treatment will give
almost iniiiielute retul wlieii lt otlur jwaus
hae lttuol. u - .
For Stomachs Out of Order
No medicine will so eSucfiially iiaro'e the
tone of tlte atoiuai-k as th-ae tills; )y. itutov
all aindity ooasioned cither by inieiuirunc t
HMiroper mei. 1 ney reuoo ue trver an
it la a haalthv aetiuu:thev ai-a woaderfut
iner aud roluce
clous in cases of spaw in tact uiey BiTTTlsil ia
eurtua all disonlers o. the Uvea and araruacu.
HoLlAJWAV'S 111.1.8 are tbe best known In
the world lor the following diseaaus 1 Ague,
AsUima, liilious Loniplaiuts, llolelies oa Ui
hkia, atowds. Consumption, Iteblliir, Iroia i
Ityseatary, Erysiiiclss. leuule, Irivt-uhuttius
revars of all kiuds, k its, t.out, tleetlatilir, Imli
venlioa, latlsmnisilou, JaaS ae, Liver Com
plaint, Lumbaa-o, files, KheunjaUsia lU-ieu-tioa
-of urine, Scrofula or Ks'a Evil, re
TUruaU, htoue and iirawil. 1 lo-Uoutoureux,
Tumors, I'loars, Worms f till kiuds, Weakness
Irom aay cause, ale.
None aes genutae aaleea the ale nature ef J.
Baydock.es sval tor taw laiteJ Hum, Sf
roiiads aaek bux ef I'll!, and Ointment. A
handaome reward will be lvaa M aay one wn
ewiiis auek ialcraiettoa as way hasd to tha
daucdoa ot aay uurty or partias aouUrltUig
tbe snadiutaea or veadim; tlie sasue, kSMWias;
tbem lo be spurious.
V Bold at Uia m.auUciwy of Prosasst Hat.
UwY Co., alaaj Vorfc. a br all laaasxtsble
riruea-lau aad deaden is Iadc4aa UutMUiliOUl
the civtlUd world, la boxes ai i eaala, 4
Mit. Miid at aauh.
y There ia cuaalderxbla savbag by takiaf tha
- if. B. IHrandoas fbr thsjruidaare of patkrds
la every disorder are aAied l e- b r',
OCsM, 111 Libwrty C., i;rsr?ort.
Maiij ui U-ftii ?t- Ml ft..
1 i Ti
Tha baaitttinl '
BCfiNERY OP IRELAND,
HEALEY'S Hibernian Minstrel
Prof. Armstrong's Dublin Band
Great National. 2f aslcal and notarial
Entartaiaraant. RaprMentlng- a Tooa i;
in. Ireland ; Introducing a fall '
Oosspany inOrlrinal Sketonea, '
- -.U . . Dances and Farces.
'" . -. t .,
fieneral adniissinn, M rentut ChiMren JT.ce tif
Keerl neat for sale at Hartman'a.
ITMAtiuee. Ihsrwlav at t o'clock a.m.
' . PHILADELPHIA, P.
" -This reat International F.xhtUUen,
sltrned to enmmemorate the one bniutre
anolveriry of American J&tienenrtef
opened Msy lOtb, and wilt eke Novenl
loth, I8TU. All the nations mf tbww
and all the states and territories of tbel
Ion are participating la tbis weaderfttj
monstrstion, brinpiniC together lbs
coinpretiensiva eollaeUon At arttreaan
mecbaoloallnventions, scienttfte dis.-o
erles, manufactnritift achievemantvtotj
al speerruens, and agricultural prodl
ezer exhibited. The grounds tie vote tj
the exbtbltlon are situated on the lint
the Pennsylvania Kiilroad and embrace;
acre of Falrmeunt Tark, all highly
proved and ornamented, ou which
erected the larsrst bulldincr ever const t
ted-flveef tbeae covering aa area of
acres and coaing (j,Ouo.i)00. J be H
number of buildinp erected for tbe p
poses of tbe exhihltion is near two bt
dred.' During tlie tliU ts days immedinti
following the opening of tlie exbiMUoi
million and a quatter ot people visite.1 In
TKK GREAT. TRTOK LIKI I
FSTUML ROUTE OF THE U-Si
Is the tiios, direct: convenient andeconom- .
teal way ol reaching Philadelphia tsn4 thjr J
great cuiDition trom all sections of tbe. -country.
Its trains too and Inn Phnarret-' ;
puis will pass turoutlu a stand Cantffnuial
depot, wltlcb tbe company has erected at
tbe main entrance to tbe Exhibition
grounds for the accommodation of passes
gers who wl b to stop at or tae irim. tbe
numerous large hotels -corttguoua lo thU -station
aae ttte ExMbtrtona convenience
of toe greatest ralna t vtsHor, snd s Hord
ed exiusfrely by tho PeoBsylvrnla ltail " ,
oad, which b the only lias running direct V
o tbe ' CutTjliial buildings.- F-.Tonmion
rains will also stop at the Encampmentot -bei'akfons
of flmbandry, at Elm Station
on this road. , .
Tbe Pennsylvania Railroad is the grand
eat railway organization in tbe wortd,' it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway;
foralDg continuous lines to Philadelphia,
New York, UelUmore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and ntght ears ar- -run
from Chicago, nt. Lotlis, Louisville, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
rieveiujid and .rie wltbous cnasge. ,
... MnltlM I. I ( 1 I . J...L1. ... L . .
trnoks ot benry steel rails,upon a deep bei
of broken stone bailat, and iu bridgua are
al of iron or k one. ft 'passenger Inim
are equipped with every, known Improve
meot tor omiort and siety, audare run at
faster speed for greater distances tbsn the
trtiusof any line on the continent. Tnu
company oas largely increased its equip- '
tnent lor Centennial travel, and will bo pre
pared to build In Its own shops, at . abort
notice sutlletent to flillv acoommod.ite any "'
auy extra demand. The unequalled .
kource at the t-ommand of tbe eompanv
oftboeornpauy ttisrantee tlia most perUct , .
aeeoiumoilations for all its pauoa during
tuejCAtteuaial Exuibition. -v : ,
'the ni acm uce nt scene o lor vshi.tt tbe
Pennsylvania Hailroad is so iitstlv celebra
ted presents to tlie traveler over lis portent .,
roadway an ever-i-lianciiu' panorama ol
river mountain and landscape views line
qualed in America. , ' -
. Tbe eating station on tula line are tin
surpassed. Mealswll'. be furnUbed at sub
able uuun and sb-pie time allowed tor ta
inytne them. ' ,j.t...-.
Exetirtlon tb-kets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all tbe prlneiptil railroad ticket
offices lu the ti, Northwest kn4 . South-
Bo sure that your tickets read via tbe
tireat Pennsylvania rouse In tbs Cenlen-
nial. - '
1 KANK THOMSON, ,3I. BOtf,Jr,.
(ien. Man:i;er. tieu. Parafx Agt
JvS w7m . . ;. , .;: h
otitainea in tie fnlted
States, Canada, and Km
rope 1 terma ae lew as
those of aay other relia
ble house. Corresttou -
deuce luvtwl iu tbe t.ag-
lish and ibretfrn anguagus, witn inventors, at
torneys at Ijiw, and other loliciitors, especial I
w u tuo- who luive hail their caaes nyncteil in
tbehaiidd 01 other attorurys. 1 n njevtad eases
our ti es are reasonable, anil no charge U made
unliss we are successful. -:J '"
1: W.WII lmi
eut.se ail us a model
krtcin ana a
wall aaaavB aa
exaasiaeuoner the pateal olUue. aad U we (auaa,
it lattenlalde, wUl send eu papa anded4-".
ana prosacute voui case. , yu w bin ustar
DIUVT S . I
ibuary caoaa, . : - - 4 ,
1 Oral or written In matters
nu or written in niauera
Kelt, cx-lUiBjusioneroi raieun,
Urvcland. Ohio 1 O. li. KuUey, Eq , Fon'v
National tiranre. Louisville. Ky Comnioler
Pan'l Ammea.U. 8. N., VVaenlngtoa. I. O.
rj-seal Stamp for our 'tiulW for eHio ,
ing Patent V a book of j pages.
. Adi'.ic.is :-l,kui BaWaTO' at CM Solid
tors id i'Mlouts, Vi'askiaglou, D. C. .. ,
rj-i-uew-u a t '..:i.;. .
' tl - ' rn.
m mm 02 1100
Made any day in m4 Cak !" ccg
10 your mean. UI. e 1. MXJCK f HI V
ILKtiES, h broilsht a manrtutie to the careful
uv.wr. We.Jvi.kadW to Of EBAfE
SrtLV H'k wiih ajttruMinalioa Utttrti
jtddre..nar-br aVsO saJ.tUrupk lo
r BAXTER tt CO
Baukera aud Jlrokatf 17WaUSt,V.Y
Tu LAKt CiTT Jocmwt Is a loir "-uer
puUhtlsaa su liudilta' iawurU- nal.
wa eiaaaifaaoy. a awecarea at V- ''
par acre. Tha iua of wba sver mm. SJps'islna
or capital, caa bee nuke biafartWee.
Tboae eoutemolutikM a uf uuiiataad eun
patency, may be lli il'.nii- "iia i Ly '
coming suberIUsra tu the Jo, it. ''r , --.
Taaxsi One tear, M Uus Su Mualki, at f
tSFk. ,.,tk. "i au.ild atsLaaas B..L.1 '
4 auJB uvmisbjb Wmmmt iipssis
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