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JAlKO BUSINESS HOUSES
ivl. Any business firm can usve tre lines
- paw, In thin column nder appropriate beading
a Ubc rate of l per mouth or W per year
afabla quarterly iterance.
Harwware.. sHavo arasl TIN War.
A. ltALI.KY-IMrT in tores. Tin and He.d
Warr, (iaiden and tanners' Implements, Wire
joda, Kfrl(cerstors, Pomps ami ladder.
1 1 7 Commercial Avenue, limb-ling, ami .lob
Work done on snort notice,
J, S.MKJAHKY ftealerin hart) and soft lum
ber, flooring, oeilinr. (Minif and ilrfii-.
lumber, lath and shingles, office and yard
corner i wrntietn street ann vt asnington svmiuc'
LANCASTER A lllCKIeelrra in aOi.
doors, blinds, etc., hard and Kill lumber and
sningies. lard and otlii, Cotiimrrrlal avenue,
ortirr 17th street.
II. H ARTMAX Dealer In Oiiet-nswitre. Turn.
lam) and all kind of fancy article. I oinmer-
m avenue, corner mji strxet.
WILLIAM WIXTK ItSixth street btlwwii
Joutiuercial avenue and Washington avenue.
Clothta; and Merchant TallariBs;.
.IOIIV ANTRIM Merchant Tailor and dealer
In tU-ady Made Clothing. 7 Ohie lirvea.
Real Katat afenelea.
M. J. H O WLE T Real Estate Afrent. Rnyi
and sells real estate, collrcu rent, i.aya taxes
lor non-mttdenU.etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Xintb and Tenth ttrrvta.
J. Q. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lauds, Cairo loU in
exchange lor St. Louis property,
A fine residence on corner Halbrook
avenue and Twenty-third street, at a bar
pain. Cottage on Sixth street between Wahh
ngton avenue and Walnut street.
House and lot on Eighth street U-tween
Walnut and Cedar, $1,W0.
Two-story house on Twenty-eighth
street, between Poplar and Commercial
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Machine Co., on Commercial avenue, be
tween Tenth and Jsleventh streets.
The first floor of a brick dwelling cor
ner ol Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Cottage on the north side of Twelfth
itreet between Walnut and Cedar.
Business house on Levee street above
Eight, and in good repair.
Rooms In a two story house on Com
mercial avennc between Ninth and Tenth
Htore room near corner ol Twentieth
and Poplar street ; $.
Tenements 3, 4, 5 and 10 In Winter's
P.ow lor $10 per month, and in firt-l;tFs
Cottage on Twenty-first street between
Sycamore and Poplar.
Rooms In nearly every part of the ity.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Lands in tracts to suit, near Caiio.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundre, No. 12 Fourth street, be
.ween Washington and Commercial ave
nue, has one of the best conducted laun
Iry establishments in the city, and lund
.ord of hotels and boarding houses will
and It to their advantage to call upon
tier. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
ind boarding house washing T5 cents jer
Joicn. For piece work prices are as fol
lows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; two
ihlrt and two collars, 2"c ; per down,
Jc; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c; two
handkerchief. Be ; vests, Xi ; and all gen
Ucman'i wear, SOc per dozen; ladies
plain calico dresses, $1 25 per dozen
calico dresses with extra trimmings, 50c;
white dresses, $1 23; ladies underwear,
tine or course, $1 per dozen. ll-2Mf
rater Ziusraerntaa Out of the Aataee
Mr. Peter Zimmerman, cleaner, reno
vator and repairer of clothing, was
burned out in the big fire of Saturday
morning last, but is already ready to
serve the public and his old customers
again. He has opened out In John Hy
land's old stand, at the corner of Com
mercial avenue and Tenth street, and re
spectfully soliciu 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 IVter Zimmer
man and he will make It as good as new
lit a price that will astonish you by its
cheapness. Remember Peter Zimmer
man, at the corner of Commercial avenue
and Tenth 3treen 1-19-lm
Pie turn Framing-.
We 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 lor irameg
etc., should bo sent to him or left at
this ofllce. We bespeak lor him the lib
erality ol patronage that ha been be
stowed upon us Ills assortment ol
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition and he guarentees fatisfac
tion in all cases.
Cairo, Oct. 10, 187C.
tl Cairo Bulletin Co.
To all who are suflerlng from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
la South America. Send a self-ad-dressed
envelop to the Rev. Jootph T.
Ionian, Station I). Bible House, New
Jell Brown has taken charge ol the
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wast
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Lampert. Jell U a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. Give him a
sail and satlaty yoursclt. tt
Hagan's Magnolia Balm preserve
and restore the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan and gallowness ; makes the
rkln soft, white and delicate. IU appli
cation cannot be detected.
Lyon' Katuairok wake beautllul,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents It fili
ng out or turning gray. It haa stood
tie test of 40 years. Isjcbarmlngly per
fumed and bM.no rival.
ASCALOH IO DUE, NO. 61.
Knight of Pythian, meeta every Frl
day night at half-past eeveti, in Odd
fellowe Hall. Hows,
ALKXANDKR LODGE, NO. tM.
Indmeadent Order of Odd-Fel-
. J lw. merta every 'I huraiUy nigbl
at half-paat aeren, in their bail on
Joililiicrrial avenue, twtwrcn (sixth ni) Herenth
trerta Will K. lUaaiM, N. U.
lAIRO KNUAMPMKNT, I O. O.F., meeta
Vim M.l-rVII'.wn' Hall on the flratand third
I UfMlay in every month, at nalf-paat aevrn
A. Um(Hi C P
a caikoimihr. Noor.A.r. a. m.
v llnl'l rrrular vmmuniitlona in Ma
mnic Hall, comer Commercial avenue
' 'and Kiirlith etreet, on the aeoond and
'iHirth Monday of each month.
RATE) OF ADVERTISI SU.
K)A1I billt for alvertism(, are due and pay
able in advami
Tranaient advertising will be inserted at the
rate of tl "0 per aquare for tba Drat insertion
and yi oenta for each aubne(uent one A liberal
dianonnt will be made on standing anddiipl
For Inserting Funeral notli-e 1 00 Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders &0 eeata for
ea h Inaertlon
Cbarch, Society, Festival and ftuiper aotioe
Will only be inierted aa advertiwment
Ko advertliement will fce receiTwl at lees than
SO oenU, and no adTertisenient will be I
for leaa than three dollars ir month
LOCAL Rt IX. KOTKTJ
Of one square lines rpace) or more, in
serted in the Bcllktix as follows: (Iass
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ 60
i wo insertions per square t
Three Insertions per sqtiare 1 W)
Six insertions per square 1 73
Two weeks per square - 2 00
One month per square 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
.SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1&77.
TO CA SI Ol DATES.
S anaaanreaienl will ae Inaorled
la (Sie) rlnlletln anleaa the raoaey a
omaanln the awme. Tbla rale- la
lmarmtlt RATKJ Aaaeaate-
meata far rlljr OMieea, 5 ( Alaaraaaav,
l or Clt Clerk.
We are authorized ta annonnra Janiea W .
Mewart a a candidate for re-election to the of
fice of City Clerk at the approaching charter
LeaU Waalaer Bepan.
Caibo. III., Feb 10 ItC
rixa. Bab Th. Wlkd. Vbl. Wbatbt
7am '.2il(33 Calm Fair
11:11 ' do 3 Cloody
lp.m. rt.f i 5Tt S Fair
:-" :) Iw j rba I Calm do
Rerccant. SijniaJ Service. 17. 8. A.
We w ill pay no Wlls for gools or mer
chandise purchased for the Billktin
by any ot the employes, unless the pur-
rbae is male on a written order signed
by thepresldent or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Btlletin Co.
A Oraad Maiqarrad Ball
will be given by the
KNIGHTS MYSTIC KREW of COM US
At the St. Charles hotel on Tuesday even
ing February 13, 1877. No improper
characters will be admitted, and every
tierson will be required to unmask before
entering the ball. Tickets for tale at
I'aul Schuh's, Parker's book store, and
l. J. McGauley's. Admission, gents.
1; ladles. 50 cents. l-t2-U
Are a sure remedy for ail sexual com
plaints and may be taken by females of
all ages, who are suffering from a disor
ganized system or those distressing dis
diseases in particular which frequently
occur (lrom inattention) at the turn ot
life. They are to mild that the most del
icate tetnale may take them with perfect
safety. 25 cents per box or pot. 1 w
Tlic faratimde of au Invalid
I.ai F.NS, C. II., S. C, Sept. 24, 1873.
DkakSie: My wife has been using
daily your bitters, and 1 am glad to sav
she has been greatly benefited. She Is
bow stronger and In better general health
than she has been for years, and I feel
certain that her present gook health is
the lesult of using a lew bottles of the
Home Bitters. She joins mc in thanking
you tor your kindaess. My wile has ini
proved so much that she does not need
the Bitters now, but thinks she will send
for a fow bottles when cold weather sett
n. I commenced this letter at the re
quest ot a friend greatly suffering from
brOQcltial affection, which' has brought
on general weakness. He asked me to
order lor him a half dozen bottles. Send
them to Rev. W. F. Pearson, Donalda
vllle, S. C Mrs. May, a lady of our
town, says the bottle 1 gave her did her
a great deal of good, and that ahe would
order more soon. I am. as ever, your
friend. Kev. J. R. Riley.
To the 1'realJent of the Home Dittera Company,
St. Louis, llo. 2-5-1 m
A Woader-WarkinK Htmedy.
No remedial agent has ever been offered
to the sick and debilitated at all compar
able to Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters, in
cases of remittent and intermittent fevers,
constipation, nervous ailments, rheuma
tisra and disorders involving constitu
tional weakness or physical decay. It
literally "works wonders." The botanic
ingredients which its Fpiritous basis
holds in solution, act like a charm upon
the stomach, and through the stomach
upon the brain, liver, bowels and nerv
ous system. There is nothing In Its com
position that is not salubrious. It con
tains some ot the most potent tonics of
the vegetable kingdom and the juices of
the best aperient and anti-bilious root
and herbs, combined with a perfectly
pure Btlmulatlnir element. The Bitters
are peculiarly adapted to those engaged
In exhausting or unhealthy occupations,
as by It use strength I sustained and
the ability of the system to resist atmos.
pherlo and other Influences prejudicial to
beautt largely increased. 3413
1 lie Ohio rlvtr is rising.
Go to C. Hanny lor bargains.
specialty In Teas at C. Hanny's.
--Choice Canned Fruits at C. Hanny's.
The big uteamer Jim Howard Is at
Capt. W. L. I lantblr ton in
Choice New ot k firee at V
The city coiiwil will meet on Tues
Special reduction In hry Goods at
Work on the narrow gunge Ireiglit
house Is being pushed ahead.
Charlie Wllla'rd, of Willar.l's land
ing, was lu the city yesterday.
In dady receipt of New Good at C
There will be service in the Presby
terian and Methodist churches to-day.
New Orleans Molaei and Syrups at
New stock of Prints nnd Bleached
Muslins at C. Hanny's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Saflord will re
turn troiu Kvansville to-morrow even
ing. Ed. IXouia will start for New Or
leans to-day. Hi? will not return until
after Mardi Urai.
Just received a large invoice of New
Orleans Sugar, and Choice Koat Coffee
at ('. Hannv's.
The proprietors ot the tobacco ware
houses are getting ready to handle the
weed when it begins to come in.
C. Moerlein's Cincinnati lager lieer,
made from tho best barley and hops.
Try it. 1-31-lm.
The police courts are dull places. A
case every three days Is about the aver
age. IVU1 K. Hawkins lelt for Memphis
last night. He will not return until af
ter llardi Gras.
The wagon road between Cairo and
Mound City is In good order again, and
travel has been resumed.
Remember the Turners' ball to come
off on Tuesday evening. It will be a
grand affair. Be sure to go.
Itev. J. D. Gillbam will conduct re.
liglous services in the Methodist church
to-day. All are Invited to attend.
There will be services at the Episco.
pal church to-day at 11 a.m. Sunday
school and evening prayer at 8 p.m.
Don't forget the grand masque ball
to be given by the K. M. K. C. on Tues.
day evening at the St. Charles hotel.
The new incline plane at the termi
nus of the Mississippi Central railroad at
Fillmore, is approaching completion.
Mr. A. Black, proprietor of the city
shoe store, will leave for Boston to-day,
where he goes to purchase hi stock of
We understand that a couple ot
well-known Cairolte are about to open a
dry good and clothing bouse in Fulton,
There will be religi ou services at
the Presbyterian church to-day and to.
ni;;ht at the regular hours. Kev. George
will occupy the pulpit.
The Jackson county bond case will
come up In the circuit court on Tuesday.
Some ot the ablest lawyers in the state
are engaged in this case.
Mr. J. Burger, the popular dry
goods merchant, will start for New York
thi afternoon, where he goes to pur
chase a new stock of spring rood.
Potatoes in this market are scarce,
aud command good price. They are
selling at from a dollar to a dollar and
ten cents per bushel la car load lot.
Day-alter-to-morrow, Tuesday even
ing, tho annual masquerade ball of the
Cairo Turner Society will take place. It I
w ill be tU ball of the season. It will pay I
The Turners will eive their annual
masquerade ball on Tuesday evening.
13th. It will surpass any former ball
given by the society. The arrangement
are all complete.
Among the gueU at Herbert's yes
terday, were J. W. Black, A. L. Black
and B. H. Kehberm, St. Louis; John
Malory, Fillmore; A. C. Bartleson, Oak
towu; D, II. Headley, Evansvllle.
You need not neglect your besinss
when troubled with a cough or cold, ij
you only use a reliable remedy at once.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the best rem
edy we knw of. Trice only 25 ceut.
There is & large number of sus
picious character in the city, and a bur
glaries have been of frequent occurrence
ot late, citizcus bhould be careful to have
their house securely fastened before re
tiring at night.
Mr. Wells, cashier of the Alexander
couuty bank, ha recovered his mare,
which was stolen from his stable on last
Monday night. She was found running
loose near Mound City. The saddle
stolen with her ha not been recovered.
The subject of a horse lair.to be held
at St. Mary's park some time next sum
mer, l being agitated again. We under
stand a number of gentlemen, owner ot
good horses, have taken hold ot the
matter and lutend pushing It throngh.
The new Incline at the terminus ot
the Mississippi Central railroad at Fill
more haa been completed and cars are
being transferred as usual. The new In
cline 1 the best of the three the company
have constructed, and no further trouble
The Turner have completed all ar
rangement for their masque ball to take
place at their hall on next Tuesday even
ing. The Turners never do thing by
halves, and ou this occasion they expect
to surpas any former ball given by
The motion for a new trial lu the
oase ot the confidence men Stibben and
Hamilton, convict! few week ago
sod sentenced to Ave year in the peni
tentiary, will be argued before Jutjge
Baker tomorrow morning. The pfh
oner are represented by lion. J. M.
It it undoubtedly true that there Is
a well organized gang of horse thieves
now operating In thi and adjoining
counties. Within the last two or three
weeks a number ot valuable horecs have
len stolen and run off, It Is supponed, to
Missouri and thence to Arkansas.
At the 3t. Charle yesterday were K.
A. Ford, general passenger agent ol the
St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern
railroad; M. W. Spenor, John Reason
aud M. A. King, St. Louis ; A. Judah,
Kaskaskia; Miss Miralt Cohn. New Or
lean;P.T. Plumb and D. C. Plumb,
Toronto ; M. K. McElhany, Cincinnati.
The o v!)rs of the lot on the east
side of Commercial avenue, between
Fourth and Fifth streets, have petitioned
the city council for the construction ot a
new side walk, the old one having been
destroyed by the late fire in that block.
The petition was reterred to the strr-et
Mark Twain' new work, "Adven
tures of Tom Sawyer," is highly spoken
ol by those who have read it. The
agent, W. F. Titcher, who Is canvassing
Cairo, has forty-three names, and will be
ready to deliver the present week. The
book has lhad such ready sale he could
not get his orders filled, but has tho
promise of a lull supply the present
The attention of the superintendent
of sidewalks is called to the bad condi
tion of the sidewalk at the corner of
Fourteenth and Walnut streets. A miss
ing plank leaves an ugly and dangerous
opening in the w alk. Shortly after dark
last evening a lady passing up Walnut
street stepped through this opening and
reeelved Injuries which will cause her
to walk lame for tome time.
Prominent among the guests at the
Planters House yesterday were B.
Clarke, Louisville ; C. L. Hay, Charles
ton; A. M. Brown. Springfield; W. 8.
McCreary, Huntsville; Robert Brown,
Rushville ; A. G. Rcyille, Flat Rich, III.;
C. S. Robinson, St. Louis ; J. J. Brydgee,
Vienna ; Geo. O. Shiver. Cincinnati t
S. L. Warner, J. N. Gibbs and B. Norri,
Died, on Saturday morning, Febru
ary 10th. 1877, at 6 o'clock, of croup,
Thomas, infant son ot John and Marga
ret O'Donncll. The funeral will take
place to-day at three o'clock by special
train from the foot of eighth street. Ser
vices will be hel 1 at St. Patrick's Catho
lic church at two o'clock. Friends and
acquaiutanses of the family invited to at
'Be me sowl," said Patrick to Mich
ael one Sunday morning as they smoked
their dudeens together, after breakfast,
and watched the beautiful little pigs that
played with the children in the dooryard,
"ye's luks like a swell jontleman, a-going
for his airin'." "Whisht," replies Mike,
"I signed Father Mathew's pledge last
week, and the old gal tuk the whisky
money, and bought tome of B. T. Bab
bitt's Best Soap.'"
We are told that at no lime since the
war has the St. Charles hotel done so
good a business as it has tor the last
month. Mr. Egnew, the new proprietor
of the hotel, has created a complete revo
lution in the management of the house,
and it is undoubtedly one of the best
conducted houses In the southweat. The
patronage ot the institution U iiicreasing,
and travelers who stop there once never
go elsewhere atterwards.
Judge Baker is the owner of a large
track ot land some six or seven miles
above the cltv, which, until within the last
year or two was, to use the expression, a
"howling wilderness.?' The judge
leased the land lu ten, twenty and forty
acre lota to colored men, and they have
succeeded in clearing It up, and now the
Judge ha a very respectable farm out of
it. In a few year he will have one of
the largest and best farms in the county.
I always have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm.
Wood's Fever Pllli. Any one selling a
Wood' Fever Till not made by me, will
bo prosecuted to the full extent of the
law. For sale at the Sew York Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. Healy's, P. G. Schuh's
Barclay Brother, and at my office.
Sold in 50 ct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealer on application Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
d&w-tf. Dr. Wm. Wood.
Owen Gillham, a son ot the Emerald
Lie, was before Judge Bird yesterday on
a charge of vagrancy. Owen has been
in the city about lour weeks and of
that time has spent all but two day in
the calaboote, having been arrested three
different times on charges of drunken
ness, and on each occasion was seut up
for eight days. Owen ha put in good
work on the new levee, and has come
back to help flnl-h It. This time he was
ent over for twenty-eljht day.
Sheriff Saup notitle the tax-payer
ot the country precincts that he will be
ready at the times aud places stated to
receive taxes. He bas made the follow
Ing appointments: Unity, at Hodge's
store, on March 4th ; Sandusky, at Dr.
McCabe's store, Slarch 5th ; Hazlewood
precinct, at Glfforl Hazlewood' house,
March 7th: Clear Creek precinct, at
Wash McCraven's house, March 8th ;
East Cape Girardeau, at R. A. Edmund
son's store, March 9tb ; Thebes precinct,
at B. F. Brown'i store, March 10th ;
Santa Fe precinct, it L. Ireland' store,
March 12th ; Goose Island precinct, at
Decatur Athertons store, March 13th;
Dog Tooth predict, at Nicholas Huu
sackcr's house, Jlarch 14th.
' We were expo?d last week to a pit i
less storm.that wet our leet and sleeking Si
and Indeed our pertou all over. . lu fact
we took a cracking oold, which brought
sore throat and severe symptoms of lever.
The good wife asserted her authority,
plunged our leet in hot water, wrapped
us In hot blankets, aud sent our faithful
son for a bottle ot Ayer's Clierry Peroral
It Is a splendid medicine pleasant to
take, and did the Job. We slept soundly
through the night and awoke well the
nest morning. We know we owe our
quick recovery to the Pectoral, and shall
not hesitate to recommend it to all who
need such a medicine. Tehuacnnn(TfTvt)
Prribyiniaii. 2-6-1 m.
On Thursday last leputy Sheriff
Jack Hodges arrested two men named re
actively Tom Ellis and Morgan Aber-
natliy, on a charge of horse Healing.
Some time ago Ellis and Abernathy stole
two horse from a man named Vaughn,
living In the upper psrt of this county,
and run them off to Missouri, where
they were tracked by the owner and re
covered. The thievt were arrested and
confined in the jail at Commerce.
Missouri, until a lew day ago. when
they were released, and believing the
coast was clear made track for thi side
of the river, where they were immedi
ately rearrested and taken before a jus
tice of the peace for trial. They were
held In bonds of $1,000 each to answer
the charge of horse stealing, and failing
to give bond were brought to this city
and locked up In the county jail.
The following preamble and resolu
tions on the death ot the lato Charlie
Baker, were adopted at a special meet
ins? ot the Rough and Ready fire com
pany held a few nights ago :
Wbckkas, In the providence of God.
the hand ol death ha been laid npon a
nromer memoer oi tnts company; ana,
Whereas, It is proper that we. his fel
low members ot the Rough and Ready
nre company, snouiu give expression to
our sorrow and resect for his memory ;
ue u tnererore
JUsitlced, By the Rough and Ready
fire company, that in Uie loss ot our
brother, Chas. Baker, this company has
lost an efficient member who was always
rdy to do his duty w hen opportunity
Jieaolved, That we mourn our deceased
brother as a man ot kind heart, and wear
the usual badge of mourning and drape
ourliaJl lor thirty days; be it further
Reiolred, That to the stricken aud be
reaved family of the deceased we tender
our earnest and heartfelt sympathy, aud
may He who watches over all be their
stay and comfort In their hour ot sorrow
Rnolted, That a copy ot these resolu
tions De rurnisned Dy the secretary to
the family of the deceased, and that they
be published In the BcLLavni of this
city. Uarrt Schch, Secretary
The Library association is busily em
ployed in perfecting Its arrangements for
opening its library room upon the 0th
ot March. The DaDer-hanrer and car
penter are at work nttlng up the room
In a bright, attractive and convenient
style. The shelving, etc., wUl soon b
ready for the books, a part of which have
been ordered. The association has de
cided to purchase the greater number ol
the books in Europe, following the x.
ample of several of our leading librarie.
as Springfield, Omaha and other cities,
and advice contained in the "Report of
Public Libraries ;of the United States," a
large and valuable book recently received
from Washington. This will necessarily
occasion a delay of a few- weeks in the
distribution of any European work to the
public, but is hoped that all the Ameri
can works which the association can
purchase will be on the shelves and
ready for use by the date ot opening of
the library. No one can object to a delay
who understands that the celebrated
Tauchnitz collection, numbering about
1,100 volumes, can be purchased in
Leipzic for a small amouut of money,
comparatively, and tint the association
hopes to procure all, or the greater part
of this collection, by a few weeks' delay.
Suitable preparations arc being made for
celebrating the second anniversary of the
association and the opening of the 11
Full line of new style
New Y ork Store.
PrinU at the
w Tar It
Early Rose seed potatoes
New York store.
for sale at
Mrs. Horn has removed her dress-mak,
ing rooms from her late residence on
Seventh street to Washington avenue,
one door above Mnr. R. II. Cunning
ham's, where she will be happy to see
her friends and patrons. 1-20-1 m.
Buy your coffee, sugar and teas at
lowest prices, at New York Store.
Wilson' Albany seedling strawlerry
Lawton blackberry plants, and Early
Llnneaur pie plant roets.
All In quantities to suit buyers.
Residence opposite Nineteenth streot,
, oil Commercial avenue. . 2-8-1 m
Best plow In use. Sold and warranted
at the New York Store, Try them.
Morula- Clary llama.
We are just In receipt of this celebrated
Ham, also Beef Tongues, Breaklast
Bacon, best meats In the market.
2-10-10t New York Store.
Saadat eda I
We have just received and offer for
sale clover seed, timothy seed, seed oats,
and a fresh line of garden seed for 5 and
10 cent per paper ; also bulk seeds by
the quart and pound, top and bottom
onion setts of all kinds.
2-ll-10t New York Store.
Tlvkela far I ha Caaiaa.
Ticket for the Casino masquerade
ball, to be held at ScbeeT ball, on Mon
day night, can be had at Paul G. Schuh's
drug store. Herman Myers' cigar store,
Ohio levee, and at Goldstlne & Hosen
water's. Tickets, Including supper, one
dollar cash. 3t.
Ttaa Marrelaaat'a Eeaaa.
Louis C. Herbert, proprietor of the
Merchant' Exchange Restaurant and
Saloon.(late of the Arcadia saloon, opi,.o
site the court house, Commercial avenue,
near corner of 8th street, keeps on baud
M all times the finest liquors, wines, aud j
. Lunch sPread.t Wo'Mn,lJ
iUH.,,,. .. .M....i tsatos.
K. K. .
Phantom and Comlo Masks.
Telegraph "Snapper" Sounder. .
Fine assortment ol Table and Pocket
Mottos and Motto Frames.
All to be had at Iati. Ilartman's
Lueensware Store, ( 'or. Cth st. and Com
will be given at
February 12, 1S7.
-supper, $1.00. No
Improper characters will be admitted.
2-l-12t Committee of Arrangements.
BTTCSEKS' AMD DB07ZRS' EXCHANGE.
EiRhth Htraet Between Waahlagtata
and CammerelMl Avennea.
I.OII9 BI.ATTBAf, PROPRIETOR.
Louis set a hot lunch every morning
at 10 o'clock, and a cold lnnch at 9
o'clock every evening. He always
keeps the best beer lu the market, and
the choicest Liquors, Wines and Cigars
to be found. I1U old friends, as well as
new ones, are invited to come aud see
him. r2-9-lt.l Lotn Blattfac.
Hate Von Tried If.
We relcr to that most remarkable com
pound, Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and Horehound, lor coughs,
colds, blood spitting, weak lungs, croupi
whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis,
and all diseases of the lungs and throats
Probably no similar preparation ever be
fore so quickly found its way into public
favor as this. Its sale In our community
is simply enormous. Those who have
been disappointed in other so-called rem
edies, are specially invited to try this.
Be sure to get the genuine Dr. My.
Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Hore
hound. There are imitations in the mar
ket. Trial size 10 cents. Regular size
60 cents and $1, at Barclay Brothers'.
Very pleasant, and always effective is
Prof. Parker's Pleasant Worm syrup,
and no physician required. Ask us.
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'Belew blab water of 1p74.
Sergeant. Sixnai Service. U S. A.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
" John L. Rhodes, St. Loul.-'.
" T. T. Hilluian, Nashville.
" Cons Millar, Memphis.
Gold Dust, New Orleans.
" John N. McComb, South.
" E. O. Stonard, St. LouU.
" Liberty No. 4, .
Capitol City, St. Loul-.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" Belle Shreveport, New Oilcans.
" Jno. L. Rhode. Pittsburg.
- T. T. Hillman, Nahville.
" Cons Millar, Cincinnati.
14 Jno. N. McComb, Mound City.
" E. O. Stonard, New Orleans.
" Liberty No. 4, Mlddleport.
" Capitol City, Vlcksburg.
River fell four Inches yesterday
The Gold Dust took 61 hhds.
and 85 bbls. of Howard's reahip-
plng freight for the Ohio
The Liberty and barges, on which the
Howard reshlpped her Pittsburg freight,
left yesterday with 37 hhds. sugar, 1,500
bbls. molasses and 1,250 bbls. oil.
The Hillman had a fair trip, principally
corn, stock and pig metal The ele
gant steamer James Howard is now
loading for New Orleans and way. Her
rates are low, and she leaves this even
ing. Captain Pegram is in com
mand, and Chassaing and
Weertz are her clerks
General Custer is the name to
be given a little mountain steamer
now building at Pittsburg
Cons Millar passed up early yesterday
taking little The Capitol City
wanted little, as she had au excellent.
trip .The Arkansas Belle wm leave
at 5 o'clock for Evansvllle Capt.
Lea Craue Is In the ofllce of the Gold
Dust The John B. Maude will be
here this evening for Vicksburg
Many ot Cairo's pleasure-seekers have
gone to enjoy the Memphis
Mardi Gras festivities. The
Stonsrd had on board 4,000- bbls
flour and meal, 1,100 bbls. pork
800 bales hav. 150 casks bacon and
1,800 sack corn, oat and bran.
WM. TRIGG & CO.
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