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1R0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
Not. Any business flrm ran have three Hurt
pace, In this column under appropriate heading
k liberate of Si. ft" l" mouther BIJ per year
payable quarterly Inlvance.
Hardware. Tlsi Wore.
A. itArt.1tViealeT In Stove. Tin and Hard-
Ware, Geidrn and termers Implements, Wire,
iooda, He-rrlgerators, i'pmp ami ladder.
IKi Commercial Avenue. Outtering, aud Job
Work done on short notice.
J.S.MonAIIET Oealerlnhard and soft lum
bar, flooring, ceillne. siilins and surfaced
lumber, lath ami shingle. Office ami yanl
corner Twentieth street and Wasbin gton avenue-
I.ANCASTKIt A KICK Dealer in Muh.
door, hliode, cto., Iiard and Bolt lumber and
vhlnglee. ard and olli, Culiiiiienial avenue,
-orner 17th street. .
I). KAItTMAS-Dealer In Queeasware, Toys.
I .amps and all kind of fancy articlta. Commer
ce', avenue, corner nth street.
WILLIAM WINTER Sixth atrwt between
Uonuuercial svenue and Washington avenue.
flotilla) amd Mere-boot Tailoring-.
JOUN ANTRIM -Merrhent Tailor end dealer
In Heady Made Clothing. Ohio levee.
Keol xtatoto Aienrlr.
M .1. HOWLET Heal KiUU Agent. Hnya
and sells real estate, oollecte renin, pays taxes
lor non-raaldanta.ru-. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tentb streets .
J. G. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
AHCALON LODGE, NO. II.
Knight of Pythias, meat every fri-
night at half pa t earea, in Odd
ALKXAHDBB LOIHJE, NO. S4.
dependent Oruer or uaa-iei
meru every i noraoay bmcdi
half-i-eat aeveu. In their halloa
.'onimrn-ial aveuue. Iietween Sixth and ReventB
trcete Will a. lltwaiKa, M. U.
ma; I m t.r. s
ear I r Ind
t J lows',
lAIRO KSCAMPMENT, I. O. 0.r..meeta
ln Odd-Fellows' Hall on the Hint and third
tiK'ly in every month, at half-pant aevra
A . Comiho. C P
CAIRO LODOK. NO.W7.A.F. A. M.
llolil rerular communications in Ma
sonic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
'and Ktirtith strwt. on the aecond and
'wiirth Monilay of each month.
Alexander county lands, Cairo k.ts iu
rxchange lor St. Louis property.
A fine residence od corner lialbrook
ivcnue and Twenty-third street, at a bar
gain. Cottage on Sixth street Wwu WVfc
njrton avenue and Walnut stree t.
House and lot on Eighth street between
Walnut and Cedar, fl.ew.
Two-story bouse on Twenty-eighth
street, tK twen 1'oplnr and .Commercial
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Machine Co, ou Commercial avenue, be
tween Tenth and Eleventh streets.
Tlie first floor of a brick dwelling cor
ner of Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Cottage on tEe north side ot TweUth
Itreel betwwn Walnut and Cedar.
Builne houi ou Levee street above
Eight, and in good repair.
ilootnn In a two story house on Com
mercial aveuue between Ninth and Tenth
stnrp room near corner ol l wonueiu tmi.
lr.d Poplar street ; $3.
TenemenU 3, 4, 5 and 10 in WlutT'
how for $10 per month, and iu Cnst-laf
Cottage on Twenty-fim etreet between
Sycamore and Poplar.
Rooms in nearly every part ofthe "Uy.
FOR LEASE OK SALE.
I .ands in txacU to suit, near Otiio.
rralt laaa Umumary.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
tie laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be-
iween Washington and Commercial av-
nnoa. hftx one of the best conuueu-a iaun-
iry establlBhmeoU in the city, and land
ordM of hotels and boarding hou will
9nd it to their advantage to call npon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
ind boarding house washing 73 cents ir
Jozen. For piece work prices are as foK
.ows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; two
ihirU and two collars, 25c ; per dozen,
jc; socks, re; two coiiars, w,
handkerchief, 5c ; vesta, 20c ; and ail gen
tleman's wear, feOc per dozen; ladies
plain calico dresses, $1 25 per dozen
aalico dresses with extra trimmings, 60c;
white dresses, $1 25; ladies underwear,
fine or coure, $1 per dozen. 11-2H-H
Petor Ztmtnrnuau Out of the Aahea
Mr. Peter Zimmerman, cleaner, reno
vator aud repairer of clothing, was
burned out in the big Are of Saturday
morning last, but is already ready to
serve the public and his old customers
again. He has opened out in John In
land's old stand, at the corner of Com
mercial avenue and Toarth 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 Zlrujner
ruan and he will make U as good a new
at a price that will astonish yon by Its
cheaDness. Remember Peter Zimmer
man, at the corner of Commercial avenue
and Tenth street. 1-19-lm
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
of the Bulletin. All orders for frames
t . should be sent to him or left at
this office. We bespeak for him the lib
erality of patronage that has been be
stowed upon ua His assortment ol
moulding Is complute, prices beyond
competition and he guarcutees satisfac
tion in all cases.
Cairo, Oct. 10, 187C.
tj Cairo Bci.i.tin Co.
To all who are suffering from the
error 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
in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev. Joeph T.
Jnman, Station I). Bible House, New
York City. 1-30-Cm.
Jefl Brown has taken charge ol the
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Lampert. Jefl Is a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. (Jive him a
tell and satisfy yourself. tl
Haqan's Maonoua Balm preserve
and restores the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan aud eallowness ; makes the
skin oft, white an4 delicate, luappll
latlon cannot be detected.
Lyon's Kathaieok makes beautiful,
odnaa. luxuriant hair: prevent. Its fall-
tiir out or turnim? array. It ba stood
the test of 40 yeari. Icharinlngly per
fumed and has no rival.
RATKH OP ADTEftl-iniNO.
tJAll bills for advartiaina. are due and pay
able IN ADTAKCB
Transient advertising will be Inserted at the
rate of f 1 00 per square fortbe 8 ret Insertion
end 50 cent for each aubaequent one A liberal
discount will be made an standing and dlapl
for inaerting Funeral notice 91 00 Notice ol
meeting of societies or secret orders AO eeats for
Cbaryh, Society, fesUval and Supper notice
Will only be I named a advertisement
No advertisement will be received ft leas than
B0 cents , and no advertisement Will be Inserted
for leas than three dollars per month
I.OCAI. Rt'fllNS.M ISOTICKft
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, In
serted In the Blllktis as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square - $ W)
Two insertions per square- "5
Three Insertions per sqnare 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square - 3 50
One month per square- 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time.
Dr. Cehhardt, ol Metropolis, U at the
Work ou toe new levee has tee u com
pleted, and die laborers paid off.
The Ladies Library association will
Meet at Mrs. Hudson's this afternoon.
Judge William Bradley, of Jackson
county, Is In the cltv, and registered at
the St. Charles.
2 Mr. Louis Wild, of the St. Louis An
zifyr, Is in the city on business for that
paper. Mr. Wild Is registered at Her
bert's. Hon. A. II. I rvi u arrived in the city
from Springfield by the Illinois Central
yesterday. He will return to-day or tomorrow.
Thirty-three years have passed since
the Introduction of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup, and it stands unrivaled. Price,
25 cents ; fVve bottles, $1
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1877.
No aBReaaeemenl will ! Ineerlopfl
la ( Bjullellat aalm lb mooey ava
ronapatnlee itit eme, stala role la
Imperative. RITKS Anaenate
men la lor city Vfllroa. tS ; AldirnaB,
E. C.Ford has just received a large
stock of goods, such as hat racks, clock
shelves, picture frames, photo frames,
iterescoplc view holders, flower stands,
book shelves, and many other beautiful
articles lrom 10 ecnts up. 2-16-2w
L. P. Butler, Esq., of Murphysboro, Is
inthecity. lie Is one of the counsel for
the railroad company la the Jackson
county bond case. We understand Mr.
Butler has removed his office to St. Iuls.
to which city he will shortly remove his
Memphis; If. F. Stlnde, 3tlesvllle, 1
Illinois ; O. P. Paulsbery, New York ;
Ooo.S. Roper, Alton; M. M. Bartholo
mew, Belleville 5 I Cebhardt ; T. B.
i Cookerly, Terre Haute; w. Bradley,
Jackson : C. r. James, Peoria; S. W.
Hollar, Memphis; T. H.Wilcox, Murray,
Ky.; W. Aldcn, St. Louis; C. V.
fhompson and A. J. .loy, myette, len-
The Sun savs tho chief of police finds it
Impossible to protect the city from burg
lars with the present police force ; and
Intimates that the mayor ahould appoint
dozen extra night policemen. We
don't believe there Is any necessity for an
extra police force to protect the city from
burglars. Housebreakers are not the
kind of men who care for policemen ;
indeed It there was a policeman
for every block In the city, so long as
men known to be tlflevcs and confidence
men are permitted to rctnaiu In the city,
Just so long will there be burglaries com
mitted and confidence games played.
If Mayor Winter will Instruct his police
force :o rid the town of a
dozen or fifteen of the suspicious
characters who have made Criro their
headquarters lor the last month or six
weeks, there will be no more burglaries.
It will not require an extra police force
to drive these lellows out of the city. It
Is only necessary to let them know that
they hare come to the jumping off place
and must jump, and they will do it.
Deputy Sheriff Jack Hodges is confl
dent that he will Indue time capture at
least one of the prisoners who escaped
from the county jail on last Monday
night. Whrsja one of the gang he anticl
pates recapturing it would not be wise to
state, but Jack will capture him, sure.
Among 'the ruins ol Pompeii, that
wonderful buried city, have been re
cently discovered the relics ot an old
soap factory. But as ingenious as the
appliances seem to have been, they bear
no comparison to those of the marvelous
establishment wfcpreln is made B. T.
Babbitt's Best Soap.
and his board bill onsettled. This Is a
matter which the management of the
road should look into, and the parties
tngaged In it made to suffer the severest
punishment that ran be inflicted upon
I. o. o. r. Norlable.
AT THE MALL, PER. 19, '77.
The brothers and their families and
visiting brothers are Invited to be present
on Monday evening next, 19th, at half
past seven, prompt. Music, refresh
ments and entertainment by Rax ford.
2-lC-2t By order of committee.
All person are notified nwt to nego
tiate tor a certain promissory note for
three hundred dollars bearing date Feb.
1st, 1877, in my fayor, signed by S. C.
Spaukllng A Miles, as the same
was stolen from me, and payment
thereon hat been stopped.
S-l.Vfit II.E. SrACLM.va.
next 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. TthncaMTexa$)
for C Ity Clark.
We are authorized to announce James W .
Stewart a a candidate for re-election to the of
lica of City Clerk at the approaching charter
Caibo. III., Keb. It. IS?
Bab I TiSb.
V understand that BUeria Saup yes
terday filed a new bond as collector. The
new bond contains the names of eighteen
heavy tax-payers, and was approved by
Mr. Wilson, chairman of the board of
county commissioners. Mr. Saup will
proceed to the collection of taxes with-
wbaiu out fleiay.
The Springfield correspondent of the i
St. Louis Republican, undr date of the
15th, says :
The governor Las agreed to appoint
Robert Lincoln of Chicago, son of the ex
president, William Smith of McLean i
county, ex-speaker of the house, and
Hon. John II. Oberly, Democrat, editor
of the Cairo Bulletin, as the board ot
railroad commissioners. Their names
would have been sent in to-day for con
firmation if there had been a full attend
ance of senators. 1 he list will be held
back until next week. The Democratic
senators held a caucus to-day and ap
pointed a committee to ask the governor
to appoint oue Democrat on the board of
state institutions and charities.
The correspondent of the St. Louis
Times, writing under same date, says :
Jt is reported by the yuiJ nune, and it
is iiuiy bus ii neu uy many jroou citizens
that Governor Cullotn's board of rail
road commissioners will bo ex-Senator
WtUlntn Bmitta, of Lexington, McLean
county; John II. Oberly, ot the Cairo
Bulletin, and Kobert i. Lincoln, the
son ot the late President Lincoln. At
least the governor bas tendered Mr. Lin
coln the appointment whether he will
accept remains to be seen. Ihey are ex
cellent men and will reflect credit upon
the governor and the position as well.
Sergeant. Signal bervre. L'. 8. A
Buy your coffee, sugar and teas at
lowest prices, at New 1 ork Store.
Best plo in use. Sold and warranted
at the New York Store. Try theru.
We will pay no hills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for tho Bulletin
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase Is made on a written order signed
by thejpresident or secretary of the com
pany. Caiko Bulletin Co.
Morutoer Ulory llama.
We are jnst in receipt of this celebrated
Ham. also Beef Toneuee, Breakfast
Bacon, best meats in the market.
2-10-10t New i ore Stoke.
J. C. Medley, Farm' Landing; Marion
Carlln, Caledottia ; Louis Wild, St. Louis;
John Wise, Philadelphia ; Adam Bedel,
Cincinnati;; C. A. Eddleman, Milwaukee;
Tom Sanders, Memphis; Philip Wassen,
Vickssjirg; T. A. Clark, Indianapolis,
and Herman Oartener, 8t Louis, were
among the guests at Herbert 's yesterday
The following is a verbatim copy of a
note picked up on Washington avenue
yesterday. It was addressed to a well
known woman of Cairo :
Ma. : Ston wrltine those anon-
vmnui letters, as black-mauinz is a oeni-
. . . ' 7 . . . . r
tentlary act. io careiui.i ueware oi
man-traps. This is the last warning.
Mrs. Horn has removed ber dress-mak,
ins" rooms from her late residence on
Seventh street to Washington avenue.
one door above JUrs. R. II. Cunning
ham's, where she will be happy to see
her friends and patrons. 1-20-1 m.
SMeelal kaeda !
We have just received and offer for
sale clover seed, timothy seed, seed oats,
and a fresh line of garden seeds lor 5 and
10 cents per paper ; also bulk seeds by
the quart and pound, top and bottom
onion setts of all kinds.
2-ll-10t New Yoke Store.
t or Bole.
Wllsou's Albany seedling strawberry
Lawton blackberry plants, and Early
Linneaur pie plant roots.
All in quantities to suit buyers.
Residence opposite Nineteenth street,
on Commercial avenue. 2-8-1 m
Arrivals at the Planters' House yester
day were Win. Farley and John Mahar,
Vicksburg ; C. O. Butler, Springfield ; D'
T. Miller, Rochester; J. T. Phillips, Ma
rien, Ky.; f. G. Strlgher, Cincinnati:
J. B. Rucker, Memphis; D. K. Morris,
Chicago ; J. Seemstick, St. Louis ; B
Badger, Charleston ; J. . lusk. Bard'
well, Ky.; W. Nichols, Union county
Erysipelas and all Inflamatory diseases
yield to a diligent use of this powerful
preparation. In the foot, hand and neck,
their approach should be checked at
once If supperation ensues, danger Immi
nent, and the knife cannot be employed
without jeopardizing life. This olnt
ment will remove the disorder, without
cutting, pain or peril. 25 cents per box
Cogeaf Reoeona for a Grand Rnreeaa.
Conspicuous among the highest ex
amples ot success which the present cen
tury can show is Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters. The record of Its triumphs over
disease is to be traced in the written ac
knowledgments of thousands who have
experienced its beneficent eflects, and
the evidence of its popularity is to be
found in the vast and arrowing demand
for the article in North and South Amer
ico, Mexico, Guatemala, the West indies.
Australia and Europe. The. reasons for
its unparalleled success are cogent 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. a-12.
This morning at 10 o'clock
By W. TRIOO et CO,
Marbfetop Washstands, Wardrobes,
Sofas, Chairs, Bebsteads, Side-boards,
Center Tables, Hat Racks, Cooking and
Heating Stoves, Queens ware, Silverware,
Mattresses, Mirrors, etc. No. 21 Eighth
street. Cn. S. Delay.
Winter & Stewart's Auction Rooms
No. Ill Commercial Ave.,
10:.l0 O CLOCK, SATURDAY MORNING, TER-
RL'ARY llTB, 187(,
Furniture, Glass and Queensware, Gro
ceries, Beds and Bedding, Pillows, Cora-
torts, etc. It
Winter A St aw art, Auctioneers,
3 AFFORD, 120RHI3
73 OHIO IXVEE.
City Vatlomal Beak atmiUlaf, ap-Ulrs.
The OldoatBatablUhad Aoy 1st o.tfc3
SMK oaiHIVaSJ SJj'lSJSStlM VTto?
185 OOO OOO
FIKE AND LIFE
Wit DarAamairr, Riven Rcfot, 1
I eb. Hi, '.877. i
FT. I. T. IH.
21 I. 1 S
4 l'l 8
K 6 10
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18 I 2
Policies are Issued on the most favor
able terms by
General Insurance Aoent.
Belowhlgh water of 174.
J AUKS WAieON,
Sergeant. Signal Berrlce. I! .8. A.
Early Rose seed potatoes
New York store.
for sale at
lbs Meresioot'e Eacbauagro.
Louis C. Uerbert, proprietor of Hie
Merchant's Kxchauge 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
Full Hue of new stylo Prints at the
New Y'ork Store. 2-10-10
Have You Tried It.
We refer to that most remarkable com
pound, Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and Horehound, for coughs
colds, blood spitting, weak lungs, croup
whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis,
aud all diseases of the lungs and throat
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. Morris1
Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Hore
hound. There are imitations In the mar
ket. Trial size 10 cents. Regular sizes.
00 cents and $1, at Barclay Brothers1
Very pleasant, and always effective is
Prof. Parker's Pleasant Worm syrup
and no physician required. Ask us.
Ot the thieves and confidence men in
the city, about one-half of them are white
and the other half colored men. In all
they number about one dozen, and it
they can be induced to leave the
city and it is only necesssry
to give them a tew hours
notice and they will leave-
there will-be no more burglaries or con
fidence games played. There has been
too much leniency shown these fellows,
and it is now time to give them a taste
of tlw law. If they are properly deal1
with there need be no trouble about get.
ting them out of the city.
Attorneys in attendance on circuit
court yesterday were J. Corning Judd,
Chicago ; Col. Thos. G. Allen, St. Louis;
Judge Win, J. Allen, Carbondale ; L. P.
Butler, St. Louis; W. E. Searles,
Mouwauka; Judge J. II. Mulkey, W. B
Gilbert, t. T. Llnegar, Judge W. II
(ireen. and Georee Fisher, Cairo. There
was also present, Rebt. Beasley, Ed. Me
Guire and John Johnson, county com
missioners et Jackson county ; F. E.
Canda, president ot the Cairo and St.
Louis railroad; Robert W. Hamilton,
circuit clerk ot Jackson county, and
several other persons not known to our
In his etlorts to drive a lot cf tramps
oft' one of the wharf boats yesterday,
Mr. James Law, the watchman, was
compelled, iu self detense, to use very
harsh means. Indeed of late the tramps
have become so bold and unrully as to
render it almost impossible to get along
with them. hen ordered to leave the
boat the tramps turned on Mr. Law and
used some very insulting and threaten
lng language, when Mr. Law undertook
to force them to leave the boat, and In
the effort was compelled to use his revol
ver, which he did, however, more with
the view ot frightening than to hurt any
of them. He tired one shot which had
the desired effect, and the tramps beat a
Yesterday morning as the transfer
steamer Morgan was returning to the
wharf after her regular trip to the Mis
souri shore, when near the Cairo and St.
Louis railroad dump, one of ber engines
got out of order aud could not be stopped.
The boat was headea direct for the ferry
boat Three States, and though the pilot
sounded the signal to have the engines
stopped, the engineer was enable to
do so. The heavy iron nosing of the
transfer struck the Three States on
the starboard stern, tearing away
ber guards clear up to the
hull as far forward as the wheel house.
As it was the Three States was badly
damaged, but had it not been lor the
forethought ot the pilot of the Morgan,
Mr. Joe Rutledge, who managed to bold
his boat in such a position as to
strike the Three States in a sidling posi
tion, so to speak, she would undoubtedly
have been sunk. The Three States made
her regular trips yesterday, and will be
fully repaired in a day or two.
Among the scraps of paper found yes
terday on one of the tables in the court
house, was one containing the following
questions and answers. The questions
were written in ink and the answers with
pencil. They are good reading :
1 Is the Louisiana returning board a
plank that will bear the weight of the gi
gantic frauds of the Radical party ? A
Yes. The Louisiana returning board is
composed ot men that can bear anything,
except the charge of being honest.
2 Is the negro cross-mark, "X ' es
sential to a lladical victory? If so, how
many? A Don't know. Ask Charlie
Nellis and John Reeve.
3 If J. Madison Wells is nn honest
man, do you believe there re any uis
honest men ? A Not one.
4 Lo you believe there u any ma
terial difference between the Louisiana
returning board and the "national re
turning board" at Washington ? A Yes.
Seven to eight.
S-Are you ass enough to believe Til
den will be the next chief magistrate ot
this corrupt nation? It so, how long are
your ears ? A Not by a damn sight.
0 What preparation of drugs is nec
essary to make a bull doze? A Write
Tito UravtUnele of aa Invalid
Lauens, C. II., S. C, Sept. 24, 1873.
Dear Sir : My wife has been uing
daily your bitters, and I am glad to say
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 iesult of using a tew bottles of the
Home Bitters. She joins me in thanking
you tor your kindaess. My wife has im
proved so much that she does not need
the Bitters now, but thinks she will send
for a few bottles when cold weather sets
in. I commenced this letter at the re
quest ot a friend greatly suffering from
bronchial affection, which bas brought
on general weakness. He asked me to
order for him a half dozen bottles. Vend
tLem to Rev. W. F. Pearson, Donalds
vlile, 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. 1 am. as ever, your
friend. Rev. J. R. Riley.
To the President of the Home Bitters Company,
St. Louis. Mo. . 2-.Vlm
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
Gold Dust, New Orleans.
Joe Kinney, Vlcksburg.
" Andy Baum, Memphis.
K. M. Norton, St. Ixuls.
" Ironsides and barges, St. Louis.
" Future City sad tow, St. Louis.
" Gleucoe. St. Louis.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
Gold Dust, Cincinnati,
" Joe Kinney, St. Louis.
" Andy Baum, Cincinnati.
" Glencoe, New Orleans.
The levee yesterday was very quiet.
The Baum from Memphis bav-
ng on board iw passengers
and three hundred tons arrived at 9 a.m.
She left Memphis with over 200 cabin
passengers The Missouri .'packet,
Joe Kinney, brought up 461 bales
of cotton from Memphis. We pre
sume this is her lat trip dur
ing the season in this trade
The Flsk had a good trip. She leaves
promptly at 5 p.m. this morning for Pa
ducah. ........The Gold Dust added noth
ing here..'. Yesterday the Three States
was badly crushed by the trausfer Mor
gan This evening the fleet steamer
Idlewlld leaves for Evansvllle and way.
Ben Howard stands on the roof aud
Jno. Xurre In the office. The Glen
coe arrived late with a big trip, and made
good additions here .The Warner
and tow passed without landing, list ing
ou board 1,500 tons good freight.
bn Ssnnd one) Bfoaoat ona
i OFICR -la the Alexander County Baa a,
1 f CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
.j ax, i i-l ia.;sag
Q. D WILLIA11S0W,
And Healer In
Ho. V OHIO LEVZX.
SPEC.AL attenUot given tooonsignmenU and
No SO Ohio Levee.
W. H. MABEAN.H. D.
Hjffliojitk'c fljccna ad SirpoQ
(Dr. lirlgham's Successor J
Office : 136 Commercial Are.
2-1-1 iu Cairo, Illinois.
Special attention given to the! treatment of
Chronio DLeases and diseases peculiar to fe
males, JACOB WAIsTER.
The following is a list of letters re
maining uncalled for in the post office at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Satur
day, February 17, 1877:
Ladies Casey, Elizabeth ; Duncan,
Any ; Durgan, Anna ; Franz, Susie ;
Fish, Amanda, K.; Gllkey, II. A.; Har
den, Julia; Myers, C. J.; Massey, C. A.
Powers, Annie; Perkins, Maria ; Powell,
Gents Arnold, J. E.; Arnold, J.;
Bran, A. It.; Brown, J. W.; Bailey,
Perry ; Boyd, It. J.; Clark, Ilobt.;
Dodson, J. W.; Elms, Wm. W.;
Evans. W. T.; Flaherty, Edward ;
Furry, John C, Jones, T.; Leonard, J-
A.; Moore, 11. D.; Medley, J. C;
Newsom, Adam; Pope, J. C
Robinson, A. J.; Richardsou, II. S.;
Reed, Heury ; Rowsey, J. C; Reynolds,
J. R.; Severson, John; Swaninger,
Thos.; Thomas, J. R.; Taylor, Wm. O.;
Walker, Geo.; Westlall, II. A.
Persons calling for any ot the above
letters will please say "advertised."
Geo. W. MoKeaig, P. M
H troola, Cll-rajg-o.
Chartered by the
State of Illinois
for the express
?urpose ot giving
all caea of private, chronic, and urinary dl
pmsea in all their complicated forma. It is well
1 own that Dr.Jamea has stood at the head ol
lae profession for the past SO years. Ace and
experience are ail-important. MeoBloa.lHea.lt.
eaa, night loasea by dreams, pimples on the
fur Inat manhnml. can DositlvelT be cureed
Lavliea wanting the most delicate attention, call
alb write. Hlnuuuit home for DatienU. A book
Ur the million. alarrlMre Guide, which tells
tnn all limit thnnr innnasna trnn snomu roarrr
whv not 10 cents to pay uostaire. Ur. Jamue
has 40 rooms and parlor. You see no one but
She doetor OOloe hours, a.m. to 7 p.m. riun
days, iu to li. All business strictly cenflden
If, I . 0-40-UCW-lTs
Dealer m Fresh Meal.
Between Waahlnartoa and Ooaanaorola
Avsnusi, adjoining Hanny'a.
TT-XEPt) for sale the best Beef, Park, Mutton
IV Veal, Lamb, riausage, sVe.. and
T3CI k serve ami lira in an aae table i
Guests at the St. Charles yesterday
were J. A. Went., general passenger
agent Cairo and St. Louis railroad ; W.
K. Kenuey, Chicago; F. D. Cook.C'lncin
natl ; L. F. Bryan, Chicago ; Jas. Borent
Mt. Vernon; K. Warner, 1st. Louis; is.
Fralkk, Vmcennes; Geo. S. Nelson,
Vincennes ; W. 11. Bruecke, Evansvllle ;
A. SwtRzy, and A. J. Heap, New York;
F. A. Harkenson, Mt. Carmel; W. E.
Moore, Cincinnati; W. E. Hard
wick, Memphis ; N. Londen,
We have always supposed it to be the
duty ot a railroad conductor to look af
ter the interest ot the patrons of his road,
aud so far as is in his power to protect
them from the wiles of evil disposed per
sons. This, however, does not seem to
be the rule with at least oue of the con
ductors on me narrow gauge.
An old gentleman residing at
one of the email stations on
the above roal In the upper part of this
county, boarded the train a few evenings
since to comti to Cairo on busluess. Tho
old maa had tome thirty-five or lorty
dollars iu money with him when he
reached tho city. He registered at
the St. Charles, aud after supper
was taken in tow by the conductor
of the train ou which he came to town
and several other parties, who teok him
out to see toe sights. In the course ol
heir rounds the old man was unable to
keep up under the frequent drinks in
dulged iu, and beoatue very drunk. Later
In the night the party visitsd one of the
low dens iu the lower end of town, and,
if all reports are true, the siege the old
man was compelled to go through there
was depraved and uisgustlng in the ex
treme. Of course the old ruau paid
Dearly all the bills, and next day found
himself without mouey, the business on
which he cams to the city unattended to
C. Moerlein's Cincinnati lager !eer
made from the best barley and hops
Try it. . 1-31-1 m
Marco Polo, the great Venetian trav
eller, told the world some few centuries
ago, about the island of Cipango
(Japan), and the kingdom of Cathay,
(China.) The great Khan of the latter
country shone with iuconcelyablo splen
dor, but the villagers and common peo
ple, as the quaint traveller says, were
like dirty swine ; lu modern phrase, they
needed B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap.
I always have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm.
Wood's lever PUU. Anyone selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by me, will
bo prosecuted to the full extent of tho
law. For sale at the ew one otore, a.
Swoboda's. F. Healy's. P. G. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my ofllce
Sold ln&Oct. andfl.uo uoxes. special
rtes to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price,
We were exposed last week to a pltl
less storm.that wet our feet and stockings,
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 her authority,
Plunged our feet in hot water, wrapped
us in hot blankets, aud sent our faithful
son for a bottle ot Ayer's Cherry Pecloral
It Is a splendid medicine pleasant to
take, and did the Job. We slept soundly
through the night and awoke well the
Dr. Wm. Wood.
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