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1R0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
Nolo. --Any business Arm (iiki three lines
pace, In thii column under appropriate beading
eUberata r Sl .fto lr montnor tliperycar
payable quarterly Inl ranot .
Sa'ne'Sl WMOs SJVO Ml TIM Wfttf i
A. MAIXEY rmlrr in StoTee.Tlnand Hard
ware, trturten end tanners' Implements, Wire
.tomls, Kefrigerstote, 1'ompa and ladder.
115 Commercial Arenne. Ouitrriog, anil J'ib
Work done on abort notice.
J.S.McOAIIET Dealerinhard and aoAliun
lr, flooring, ceiling, Hiding and surfaced
lumber, lath sad shingle, ofllne ami yard
rorncr Twentieth itrcet ul Washington atenue
LANCASTER A KICE-TJealer in aash,
doors, blinds, etc.. herfl and soft lumber and
shingle. Yard ana ofliot. Commercial avenue,
corner 17tb street.
D. HARTMAN Dealer in Qiwenaware, Toy,
fomps and all k ind of fancy artlcl'S. Ijifnmrr-
al srenus, corner Mb atrert.
WILLIAM W1XTEK Siath atrwt hetwetu
k.'omtuerclal avenue and Washington avenue.
Clothing- and Merchant Tailoring-.
JOHS AM RIM Merchant Tailor and dlrr
In itcady Made Clothing. 78 Ohio Lew.
I Batata Acencleo.
M. J HOWLEY-Kral Kstate Agent. Buys
and tail real estate, col leet rent. lay Use
lor noo-resldent etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tentb atreeui.
I L-1 L-i-l I
J. O. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lots in
rxchange lor St. LjuIs property.
A flue residence on corner llalbrook
tvenue and Twenty-third atrert, at a bar
Cottage on ?tth street between Wash
ngton avenue And Walnut street.
House and ' ot on Eighth street bet woe n
Walnut and dar, $l,6."i0.
; FOR RENT.
Two-story house on Twenty-eighth
itrect, between Poplar and Commercial
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Machine Co., on Commercial avenue, be
tween Tenth and Eleventh street.
The first floor of a brick dwelling cor
ner ol Nineteenth and Foplar streets.
Cottage on the north side ot Twelfth
Ureet between Walnut and Cedar.
Business bouse on Levee street above
Eight, and In good repair.
lUxtins In a two story boue on Com
mercial avenue between Ninth and Tenth
Store room near corner ot Twentieth
ar.d Poplar street ; $8.
Tenements 3, 4, 5 and 10 in Winter'.
Row lor $10 per month, aud in nrst-class
Cottage on Twenty-Am street between
Sycamore and Poplar.
Rooms in nearly every part of the nty.
FOR LEA3E OR SALE.
Lands In tracts to suit, near Cah.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
tte laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
aucs, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establiabmenU in the city, and land
.ords of hotels and boarding bouses will
dnd it to their advantage to call upon
tier. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
and boarding bom-e washing 75 cents per
Jozen. For piece work prices are as fol
iows : Single shirt aud collar, 13c ; two
shirts and two collars, 25c ; per dozen,
SOc ; socks, 5c ; two collars, 5c ; two
handkerchief, 5c ; vents, 20c ; and all gen
tleman's wear, aOc per dozen; ladles
plain calico drcsse?, $1 25 per dozen
calico dresses w ith extra trimmings, 50c;
white dresses, $1 25; ladies underwear,
fine or course, $1 pe r dozen. 11-2-S-lf
reler tlniaerma. uui or tbe Aahen
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 Ily
land's old stand, at the corner of Com
mercial avenue and Tenth street, and re
spectfully solicit 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
at a price that will astonish you by It
cheaDnes. Remember Peter Zimiuer
man. at the corner of Commercial avenue
and Tenth street. 1-18-1 m
We have thi 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
etc., should be sent to him or left at
thi office. We bespeak lor him tne iid
eralltv ol patronage that has been be
stowed upon us His assortment ot
mouldinr is complete, price beyond
competition and lie guarentces satisfac
tion In all cases.
Cairo, Oct. 10, 1870.
ti Cairo Bulletix Co.
To all who are suflerlng from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
voua weakness, earlv decar. loss of man
hood, eto., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. Thi great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a sell-ad
dressed envelope to the Rev. Joeph T.
lnman, tauon i, uibie uouse, -ew
York City. 1-30-Cm.
Jell Brown ha taken charge ot ibe
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Lampert. Jefl U a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. Oive him a
eaU and tatlsly yoursell. 1 1
IIaoan's Magnolia Balm preserve
ind restore the complexion remove
freckle, tan ud allowne 5 makea the
skin soft, white and delicate. It appli
cation cannot be detected.
Lyom's Katbaiaox make beautiful,
gloy, luxuriant hair; prevent IU iall
ng oat or turning fray. It has stood
tit teat of 40 year, lcuArtnlnjly per
fumed and has no rival.
A4CAJ.O LODGE, SO. 61.
Knlfbta ef PyUilat, cnetaevary Fri
day alxbt al hair-uaat a ran, la Odd-
Kallowa' Hall. UOl,
AIJCXAXDKB LODUE. NO. CM.
Indeiwndent Order of Odd-frl-W
J lowi, nierta every Haunday rUfht
inni at najr-paat aeren, in tneir nail on
iimiTrial arenue. Itwen sixth an fe Tenth
'rrrt Will K. Ili?a, M. ti.
IAIRO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F.. meet
Vm Odd-relliiwa' Hall on (he Drat and third
lut-wlny in every month, at balf-paat aeTen
A. COMlwoa. C P
X CAIRO LODGE, NO. U7,A.F. A A. M,
Hold reaular oommutiicationa In Ma
aonio Hall, corner Commercial aveau.
' 'ari'l Eiicliih atfwet. on the aeoond and
'ourth Moodar of each month.
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For inserting Funeral notice 1 CO Notice ol
meeting of societies or secret orders 6u rents fur
Cb.rch, Society, Feytiral and Supper notice
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No advertisement will be received at less than
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15,187
Its saasaaremfBl will Inserted
In tne Sin I lei I ai unleaa in money ae-
rampaalea the same. Ttala role la
Imperative. K r.n jannoanre
nent4i lr elly OBIeea, )3 ; Alrternsnn,
For t Ity Clerk.
Wi are authnrixe-1 to announce James W.
fttewart at a camliOate for re-election to the of
fice of City Clers at the approaching charter
Caibo. 111.. Keb.ri If.
II :11 '
erceant. SUtnal bervloe. I'. &. A.
Buy your coflee, sugar and teas at the
lowest prices, at New York Store.
Go to C. Hanny tor bargains.
Best plow In use. Sold and warranted
at the New York Store. Try them.
Specialty la Teas at C. Hanny's.
We w ill pay no bills fur goods or mer
chandise purchased for the Bulletin
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by thepresident or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Bcllktix Co.
Choice Canned Fruits at C. Hanny'u.
Morning Ulorjr llama.
We are just In receipt of this celebrated
Ham. alo Beef Tongues, Breakfast
Bacon, beat meat in the market.
2-10-10t New York Store.
New V ork chcee at C
Mrs. Horn has removed her dress-niak,
Insr rooms from her late residence on
Seventh street to Washington avenue.
one door above Mrs. R. II. Cunning
ham's, where 6ho will be happy to see
her friends aud patrons. 1-20-lm.
Special reduction In Dry Goods at
Wilson Albany needling straw berry
Lawton blackberry plant?, and Early
Linneaur pie plant roots.
All in quantities to suit buyers.
Residence opposite Nineteenth street,
on Commercial avenue. 2-S-lni
In dally receipt of New Goods at C
The Merebonl'a E !(.
Louis C. Herbert, proprietor of the
Merchant' Exchange Restaurant and
Saloon. (late of the Arcadia saloon, oppo
site the court house, )Commercial avenue
near corner ot 8th street, keeps on hand
at all times the finest liquors, wines, and
beers. Lunch spread at 10 o'clock every
New stock of Prints
Muslins at C. Hanny'.
Have You TrieU It.
We reler to that most remarkable com
pound, Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and Horehound, lor coughs
colds, blood spitting, weak lungs, croup
whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis,
and all diseases of the lungs and throats
Probably no similar preparation ever be
fore o quickly found Us way Into public
favor a this. Its sale In our community
Is simply enormous. Thoso who have
been disappointed in other go-called rem
edies, are specially invited to try thi.
Be cure to get the genuine Pr. Morris'
Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Hore
hound. There are imitation in the mar
ket. Trial size 10 cents. Regular lze,
50 cents and $1, at Barclay Brother'.
Very pleasant, and alway effective
Prof. Parker' Pleasant Worm syrup
and no physician required, Ask us.
hat I Item.
Htulnea on the Uvea I fair.
New Orleans Molasses and Syrups at
Nothing has been heard ol the es
Attend the noonday meeting at the
Methodist church. ,
Probate court, Judge Bross presid
ing, will convene on next Monday morn
ing. Just received a large invoi of New
Orleans Sugars, and Choice i'oast Coffee
at C. Hannv's.
Mardl Oras is over and we are glad
of It. The boys will settle down to work
Cunningham's Cairo and Mound
City hack U making one trip daily and
Rev. A. W. Shield lectured to a fair
audience in the Rev. CildwtU' church
on last evening.
The argument In the Jackson county
bond case will consume the greater part
ot the week.
The police otlicei eotuplain of dull
times. They deHare Cairo to le nn ex
cruciatingly moral place.
I eservediy popular. W e mean Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup lor it never falls.
Physicians recommend if.
Mr. II. S. Rexford, ol Blue island, is
in tho city visiting his nephew, Mr. F.D.
Rexford of the Planter's House.
F. E. anda, president of the Cairo
and St. Louis railroad Is in the city on
business. He registered fit the St.
A horse race, to take place some
time next week, is the next thing on the
programme. The horse to run are both
last, and the race will be an exciting one.
C. Moerlein'a Cincinnati lager beer,
made from the best barley and hops.
Try It. 1-31-lm.
Lewi Walters, white, for being
drunk and disorderly, was arrested by
Cain and Sargent, and Judge Bird yes
terday sent him to tho lock-up for five
Mrs. Manion's new brick building on
Commercial avenue below Sixth street.ts
approaching completion, and when fin
ished will be quite an addition to that
portion ol the tow n.
So lar nothing ha been learned of
the whereabout ol Hcllbrun and Weil,
the Cairo merchants convicted in the
United States court at Chicago last week,
it l supposed they have gone to Canada.
The following were prominent
among the guest al Herbert' yesterday:
Theo. (i. Grove, U. S. Navy ; J. W.
Adams, Indianapolis ; C. I). Bush, For-
man; T. J. MeUev, Clinton; John
Wilson, Maltoon ; P. O. Shaw, Warsaw,
Ind.; J. D. Black, Bloomington ; T. W.
Mays, Cincinnati ; Adam Lcfl'el, Boston.
The following were among the
guests at the Planters' House : A. S.
Padget, Indianapolis ; U. L. Boren, For-
man, Illinois; . P. May, Caledonia
B. R. Walker, New Orleans ; W. L. Da
TU.New Burnsldes; J. W. Derr, St.
Louis; J. F. Sebree, Paducah; W. S.
Washington, Salem, Illinois; F. M. Dun
can, Alarm, Texas.
Prominent among the arrivals at the
St. Charles yeiterday, were Don. John
son, Murphysboro ; R. W. Hamilton,
circuit clerk, Jackson county ; C. Dickey,
Evansville ; Jas. Pickett and wife. Clark-
ton, Mo.; Win. Burke, Franklin, Ky.; F.
E. Cauda, Chicago ; W. S. Searles, Wau
kegan, Ills.; Ctias. Welber, St. Louis; J.
Marks, Cincinnati ; Geo. Murnlll, Toledo;
T. G. Grover, U. S. N.; E. D. Delumiter,
New York ; W. W.Tralor, New York.
I always have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm.
Wood's Fever Pills. Any one selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by me, will
bo prosecuted to the lull extent of the
law. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. Healy's, P. G. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my office.
Sold in SO ct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
difcw-tf. Dr. Wm. Wood.
In Charles Readv's charming story
of Peg Wellington, he introduces two
dramatic critics, Messrs. Snarl and
Soaper, a sort of duplicate monster, of
whom it was the duty of the last to
lather a victim, and the first to devour
him. The great modern soapmaker be
longs to no such co-partnership 'tis true
that, while his rivals are "soap," he Is the
comparative "soaper," but the other
element is entirely omitted, lor B. T.
Babbitt's Best Sonp does naught but
sooth aud mollify.
Savs La Bruycre, "mau never gets
to be his own best friend, by becoming
another' worst enemy." All poet and
moralist unite in singing the value ot
doing good as a medium of self help.
Take notice, all that aspire to benefit hu
manity, how easy It is to bless others.
Persuade them to use B. T. Babbitt's
Best Soap, for 'ti not difficult to recom
mend suecesslully a thing of such pal
Wc were exposed lat week to a pit ,
less storm.tbat wet our leet and stocking
and indeed our person all over. In fact
we took a cracking cold, which brought
sore throat and severe symptoms of lever.
The good wife asserted ber authority,
plunged our leet lu hot water, wrapped
us In hot blanket, and sent our faithful
on for a bottle ot Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
It 1 a splendid medicine pleasant to
take, and did the job. We slept soundly
through the night and awoke well the
next moruing. We know we owe our
quick recovery to the Pectoral, and shall
not hesitate to recommend it to all who
need such a luedV-ine. Ttkuacana(Texa$)
Prtabyitrian. 2-0-1 m.
We have Just received and offer lor
sale clover 6eed, timothy seed, seed oata,
and a fresh line of garden seed (or ft and
10 cent per paper ; alto bulk seed by
the quart and pound, top and .bottom
onion setts of all kinds.
2-11-lOt New York Store.
A IILTIR WIDDIHO.
Mr. ai Mis. I. Walters C.Ulrau U
Twsnty-Firth Aaalvsriuy of thslr
AitUd If Maay of Tasir Frl.adt Was
That tho oaeaalow won n nellghlfoi
Mr. and Mrs. 8. Walters of this city
celebrated their ilver wedditg, the
twenty-filth anniversary of the day (
on which they embarked to
gether on the sea ol matrimony
on Tuesday evening, the 13th Inst. With
the pnrpose of not enlightening their
friends, not many of whom were posted
ia the chronology of their wedded life,
Mr. and Mrs. Walters distributed on
Monday last very modet invitaiions that
did not sonvey to the majority of those
that received them any hint that they
were thereby solicited to attend the
twenty-fifth anniversary of a mar
riage. In pite ot the disa
greeable character ot the weather
on Tuesday night, the "married
folk" turned out in goolly numbers, and
at half-past eight or nine o'clock, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter' parlors were full and
they were the recipients of many and
h arty congratulations and the oft-re
peated hope that they might live to cele
brate their golden wedding. About ten
o'clock, refrchments were served, and
to this delightful part of the entertain
ment the guests dil full justice.
They Included golden-brown coffee,
cold ham, turkey, chicken salad, a choice
assortment of cakes that looked and
tasted as though they had grown to per
fection instead of reaching that stage by
the ordinary process ot baking, Ice
We give below the names of those who
were present aud a list of the gift pre
sented to Mr. and Mrs. Walters :
Judge and Mrs. D.J. Baker, Mr. and
Mr. Wm. Stratton, Col. and Mrs. John
Wood, Capt. and Mrs. Charles Galligher,
Dr. and Mrs. Smith, Dr. and Mr. Vt ard
ner, Mr. and Mr. Rittenhouse, Mr. and
Mrs. M. F. Gilbert, Mr. and Mr. J. B.
Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, Rev. and
Mrs. B. Y. George, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Winter, Capt. and;Mrs. Samuel Orr, Mrs.
Cbarlea Thrupp, Mrs. Graham, Mrs. A.
II. Irvin, Mrs. J. 11. Oberly, Mrs. Alice
Taylor, Mrs. Jorgenson, Miss Emma
Massey, Col. Hudson, Mr. II y slop, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Ayeis. Mr. and Mrs.
Lentz, Mr. and Mrs. Clo.e, Mr. and Mrs
The presents were : An elegant silver
and glass flower stand, from Mr. and
Mr. S. P. Bennett; a handsome sliver
celery stand, from Mr. and Mrs. H. U
Candce ; a sliver and gold sugar spoon,
from Mrs. Jorgensen and Mrs.
Alice Taylor; a pair of sil
ver salt cellars, lrom Colonel and
Mrs. John Wood ; a silver pickle cantor,
lrom Mr. and Mrs. Charles Galigher ; a
silver and gold card stand, from Mrs.
Stratton, Mrs. Ayers and Mrs. Dr.
Smith ; a silver and glass sugar basket,
lrom Mr. Hy&lop ; a silver boquet bolder,
from Judge and Mr. Baker; a card .jet
ceiver, silver lined with gold, fronbr.
and Mrs. Wardner.
II Is Tim, to Clean
and Continence Men
The time ha arrived when there
should be a general cleaning out of the
thieves, confidence men and vagrant
that have so long infested this city. At
no time in several year has there been
so many suspicious characters iu Cairo
as there are at this time. There are to
day, to say nothing ol the one or two
hundred tramps, not less than a dozen
men in the city who could and ought to
be arrested on the charge of vagrancy ;
and if nothing else cau be done with
them they can at least be
compelled to "jump the town."
DuriDZ all the time this gang of fellows
have been in the city not one of them
has been known to do a stroke of work ;
and so far as 1 known they have no per
manent place of abode, and but tew ot
them have even temDorarv board in e-
places. I n the day time they loiter about
the saloons and street corners ; aud at
night are to be found in couples
"taking in'' the various portions
of the city. In short, they
have no visible means of stiDoort
and are to all intent and purposes va
grants, and should be punished as such.
It cannot be doubted that the burglaries
and thefts committed in the city within
the last lew weeks have been the werk of
this gang ot fellows, and it is time, to uso
the language of the boys of the street,
that they should be given tho "graud
bounce." In this connection we may
suggest that as it is generally understood
his honor, Mayor Winter, will endeavor
to be his owu successor at the coming
April election, he will help his cause
wonderfully by taking this matter in
hand and ridding the city of the gang of
villains referred to. mil lie have the
backbone to do it?
Mora Borgia riea.
The burglars are at work again, aud oil
Tuesday night "went through"' the resi
dences ot several well-known citizens.
The room ol Mr. H. bpauldiug, in the
Thornton house on Commercial avenue,
opposite tho toot ol Nineteenth streeti
was entervd sometime during the nbjrht
Entrance to the house wa effected
through one ol the wiudows. The
thieve secured about fltty dollars iu
money and some valuable papers, among
them a noto tor three hundred dollars. A
three hundred dollar watch was
taken lrom Mr. Spauldlng's
pocket and leit lying ou
the floor, and a quantity or valuable
jewelry belonging to Mrs. Spaulding,
which she had left exposed on the bu
reau, wa not disturbed. The thlet un
doubtedly declined to take them on tho
grouui that to dispose of them would be
difficult, and it would bo dangerous to
carry them about bis person.
The residence of W, B. Gilbert at the
corner ol Washington avenu and Fourth
street, was also entered, and Mr. Gilbert's
pockets ruled and several dollars In small
change stolen. The thief was eyWentiy
the same patty who burglartzcJ Mr.
Spaulding'a room, a a bunch of keys
taken lrom Mr. Gilbert's pocket ws
lound yesterday morning; In Mr. P. M
Ward' yard, only a short distance from
Spauldlng's residence. The thief gained
entrance to Mr. Gilbert's by cntting out
two or three slat from one ot the down
stairs windows, and after getting Into
the house opened another window in
order to facilitate egress in case of detec
tion. The thief was heard in the house,
but escaped without being seen.
Farm era' Tobaroo Warhona.
Messrs. Uinkle &. Thlstlewood, pro
prietor of the Farmers' tobacco ware
house, announce that the opening sale at
tbelr house will take place on Friday,
23d Inst, la this connection we ma
state that wa are assured that there will
be three times as much tobacco handled
In this market this year as in any former
year. 1 he facilities for sampling, hand
ling and showing tobacco at the Far
mers' warehouse is not surpassed by any
other house in the South or West. It is
believed the opening sale at this house
will be attended by nearly all the lead
ing tobacco dealer In the western conn
try. Be o wc append a copy ol the clr;
cular sent out by the proprietors of tho
Cairo, Ills., Feb. 15, 1877.
To Shlpiters, Dealers and Manufacturers of
Lear lubacco :
We desire to call your attention to our
ope nlng tobacco sale on Friday, tne 23d
day ol February, at which time we re
spectfully Invite all Interested in the to
bacco trade to be present. The conven
ience of our house for sampling, hand
ling and showing leaf tobacco is unsur
passed Ly any house In the West. We
request tobacco dealers generally to
attend this, our opening sale ; and ask ail
shippers to favor us with a shipment
to be offered on that day. We wish to
lully satisfy them that Cairo is the point
to sell their tobaccos. AH we ask is a
lair trial and we will guarantee satisfac
lllNILK & TmsTLEwuon
The Oralitndo or nit Invalid-
Lai-ens, C. H., S. C, Sept. 24, 1873.
Dear Sir : My wife has been using
daily your bitters, and I am glad to say
she baa been greatly benefited. She is
ow stronger and In better general health
than she ha been for years, and I feel
certain tbat her present gook health is
the teanlt ot using a lew bottles of the
nome Bitters. She Joins me in thanking
you lor your kindness. My witc ha3 im
proved so much that she does not need
the Bitter now, but thinks she will send
for a fow bottles when cold weather set
in. I commenced this letter at the re
quest ot a friend greatly suffering from
bronchial afiection, which has brought
on general weakness. He asked me to
order lor bim a half dozen bottles. Send
tl.etu to Rev. W. F. Pearson, Donalds
ville, S. C. Mrs. May, a lady of our
town, says the bottle 1 gave her did her
a great deal of good, and that she would
order more soon. I am, as ever, your
friend. Rev. J. R. Riley.
Tolbe rrasident of the Home Bitters Company,
-Kt. Louis, Mo. 2-5-lm
Cogent BcMona for a Grand Bneresa.
Conspicuous among the highest ex
amples ol success which the present cen
tury can show is nostettcr's Stomach
Bitters. The record of its triumphs over
disease is to be traced in the written ac
knowledgments ot thousands who have
experienced its beneficent efiects, and
the evidence of it popularity is to be
lound in the vast and growing demand
for the article In North and South Amer-
kco, Mexico, Guatemala, the West Indies,
Australia and Europe. The reason lor
its unparalleled success are ccgent ones.
The accumulated evidence of nearly
thirty years shows that it is a certain
remedy tor malarial disease, as well as
Its surest preventive ; that it eradicates
dyspepsia, constipation, liver complaint
and nervousness, counteracts a tendency
to gout, rheumatism, urinary and uter
ine disorders, that it imparts vigor to the
feeble, and cheers the mind while It in
vigorates the body. 2-12.
Tbat Motion for a Hew Trial.
The argument on the motion for a new
trial in the case of the confidence men,
Hamilton and Stebbins, was heard by
Judge Baker in the c ircuit court yester
day morning. The decision was reserved.
Though the three men, Hamilton,
O'Brien and Stebbins, were tried Jointly
and convicted on an indictment tor play
ing the three card monte game ou an old
man named Moon, only one of tho pris
oner 1 now in the hands of the officers.
Shortly alter the trial O'Brien sickened
and died ; and on Monday night Hamil
ton succeeded iu making his escape
Stebbins is yet in the county jail, and In
all probability will be the only one of
the gang to serve out bis sentence.
Nolle to tbo Public
On the night ofllth of February, 1877,
in passing through Cairo, 1 stopped at
the Waverly hotel, and delivered to the
andlady, Mrs. Gaffney, one over coat ol
the value ol twenty-five dollars. There
was an account book In tho pocket oi the
Icoat containing four notes for the
amount of three hundred aud tweuty-tive
dollars each, payable to R. R. Burnett
and endorsed by Joel T. Watkius and
Wllsou Edwards. A liberal reward wil1.
be paid lor coat and notes. I further
stated to landlady that I wauted pay for
my loss, and she iuformcd ine that I
could not make anything out of her by
law. R- R. Bi-rnttt.
Cairo, his., Feb. 12, 1877. 3t.
Lawrence Boren, a merchant at For
man, Illinois, is in town on business.
Lawyer Anderson ot Mound City,
was in attendance on circuit court yes
terday. MlssEUnlaCundlff ot Fulton, Ky.,
is in the city, the guest of ber sister,
Mrs. Louis Thorns.
C, D. Bush, of the flrm of Craln
Bush, manntactnrer of stave, tic, fur
uiau, IlllnoU, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Searls, attorney tor tfce Cairo
end St. Louie narrow gauge railroad, is
in the cltyjoq legal business for that road.
T laetwr on Lanjatah. '
.Ref. A. W, Shields, a colored preacher
hailing from Vldalla, Louisiana, will da
liver a Iree lecture In the Rev. Chas.
Caldwell's church on Fourteenth street,
this evening. The subject of tlte lecture
will be the political condition ot Lonlsl
ana. Mr. Shield is, we take It good Rad
ical, and will no doubt tell all about the
terrible bulldozing Democrat. of Louisi
ana, lie Is an Intelligent man. and will
doubtles. deliver an Interesting lecture.
The argument In the Jackson county
bond cue was commenced in the circuit
court yesterday morning. The attorneys
In the case are Judge W. J. Allen, ot Car
bondale, and J. Corning Jndd, of the law
firm of Judd A Whltehouse of Chicago,
for the company; and Col. Thos. O. Allen
of St. Louis, for Jackson county. Messrs.
Allen and Judd spoke briefly lu the
forenoon, and Col. Allen took up tho bal
ance of the day until the adjournment
of court. The cae will be continued to
Keleae d on Ball.
Billy Goodall. who, with Charlie Scott
and Al. Whitehead, were committed to
tne county jail in August last on a
charge of playing the three card uionte
gams on a Kcntucklan named Grace, was
released on bail yesterday, bis bond being
fixed at four hundred dollars, with Pat
Fitzgerald and John Gates a bondsmen.
Scott ha been out on bail for some time,
and Whitehead was one of the number
of prisoners who made their escape lrom
the all on Monday night.
Erysipelas and all inflamatory diseases
yield to a diligent use of this powerful
preparation. In the loot, hand and neck,
their approach should be checked at
once if supperatlon ensues, danger immi
nent, and the knife cannot be employed
without jeopardizing life. This oint
ment will remove the disorder, without
cutting, pain or peril. 25 cents per box
Sometime during last Saturday night
a thiet, or thieves as the case may be, en
tered Rev. Mr. Durschner's. hen house
and stole about twenty head of fine
chicken. So far no clue to the thieves
has been ascertained. Chicken stealing
la becoming a lrequent occurrence in the
city, and sooner or later the thieves will
be brought to grief.
All persons are notified not to ncgo.
tiate tor a certain promissory note for
three hundred dollars bearing date Feb.
1st, 1877, In my fayor, signed by 3. C.
Spaulding & Miles, as the same
was stolen from me, and payment
thereon hn been stopped.
2-15-Ct H. E. Spavlpinq.
Early Rose seed potatoes
New York store.
for sale at
Full line of new style
New York Store.
Prints at the
Wab Depabthbht. TtiTCH Raror, 1
Feb. 14, :77. (
STATION. 'LOW WATSB.
rr. rn. rr. in.
Cairo . 2S 8 .1
PitU burg... a 1 .1
Cincinnati .. IS M I 8
Louisville................ S 11 7
Nashville 7 17
81. Louis............. 11 14 9
Memphis - IS OX A
Vicksburg- tw o 0 u
Sew Urleans 7 10 2
Below high water of ls7l.
Sergeant, Signal Service. U.S. A.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" Vint Shlnkle, Cincinnati.
fl. C. Yaeger, New Orleans.
" Ike Ilammltt, tow, St. Louis,
" Chas. Morgan, Cincinnati.
" St. Genevieve, Memphis.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" Vint Shinkle, Memphis.
" II. C. Yaeger. St. Louis.
Chas. Morgan, New Orleans
St. Genevieve, St. Louis.
Business on tbo levee yesterday was
active Early In the morning the
the Vint Shlnkle arrived and after mak
ing good additions left for Memphis.,
The Kountz Line packet, Yaeger,
passed up with a good
cargo of molasses and sugar,
Capt. Fowler, her commander, lett by
rati for St. Louis. Tho renowned
passenger boat. Cba. Morgan, arrived at
3 p.m., having on board 1,500 tons and
60 passengers in the cabin. She lett at
S o'clock alter coaling and taking
on 123 tons for way points....
The elegant steamer, St. Genevieve,
arrived in the afternoon from Memphis
She brought up 1,100 bales of cotton for
the East Capt. Billy Williams has
now taken chargo of the little craft Wild
Boy. She leave on Monday morning
for Capo Girardeau. Shipper should
bear in mind that Capt. Williams will
pay prompt attention to all freight
intrusted to his care The J. W.
Garrett and barges are now loading for
New Orleans and way. They leave on
Saturday, so send dowu your freight Im
mediately The Belle Memphis
leaves at 6 o'clock this evening for Mem
phis. Shippers will and that Capt
Crane and clerks llughlt and
Barnard of this beautiful Anchor Lin
packet are ineu to do buaiaesa with
Immense quantities of pork and bacon
are being shipped South Anchor
Line freight has ceased coming thi way
1,000 sacks corn were brought
over from Missouri by the Three State
tor shipment to the South,...
Card ol Caps. Paul of the fiobt. Mitchell
to New Orleans hlppers,....-..4,Tt err
is bring out your bulldozers, put down
the priee of freight, aud atop the agents
from working for Root. klvdieU. This
has all been done by the Cincinnati Pool i
i . . . . .
line nfodopoly because 1" wil
tsot go ': lata . the ring.; I will
continue In the trade al an Independent
packet, regardless of all monopolies. All
I ask ia a living price and a fair count.
Up will go tne rate a soon as I de
part. Be warned In time. All I ask Is
a lair couet and prior. . . ,
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