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JaIRO business houses.
"t. An hllilnaaa firm TI haVf thTM line
M1"! in tliis column under appropriate beadinr
ithe rmtn of tl.no ier month or H per ymr
payable fiuirtorly in advance.
llnrilwnre. Utovea Mod Tin Ware.
A. HAM. EV Peeler in Stoves, Tin and Itiml
sre, (iaiilrn and larnierV Implement, Wire
jc.ods, llefrigeriitora, romp ami lddem,
I I'j t omrnerclal Avcnne. Guttering, ami Job
Work done on short notine.
J. S.MortAHEY 1 tenter in bard and soft lum
ber, flooriiix, ceiling, siding and surfaced
lumber, Inth ami shingles 'MBce and yard
ornt-r Twentieth street and Washington a venue
LAM ASTEIt A KICK-Dealers In mh,
ltiora. Minds, etc , lnrJ and soft lumber and
-.liieglew. Yard ami 0I1ix, Commercial avenue,
oriHT 17th street.
t. II AKTMAN Dealer In yueensware. Toys,
I--Di( l tod all kind of tarn-y artui'-.. Coiiiriier-
ul avenue, comer nth street.
WII.UAM WINTEIt-Sixth alreH between
'.oitiuiercial avenue und Washington avenue.
nothing anil Me-rcliant Tftllarine?.
.JOHN ANTIUM-Mrr-hantTailorand denier
lu ifc-ady .Made nothing. 79 Ohio lvee.
Heal l.alMte Agent-Ire
M. J. HOWLEV-Unl Estate Agent. Hnys
and elts real estate, collects rents, pays taxes
I jt non-rctudenu etc. Commercial aveo.ua, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets.
J. G. LYNCH'S
(leal Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo lot in
tirhange lor St. Louis property.
A fine residence on corner Ilulbrook
ivenuo and Twenty-third BfYeet, at ft bar
gain. Cottage on Sixth street between Wash
nton avenue and Walnut street.
Home and lot on Eighth street let ween
Walnut and Cedar, fl.C.Vi.
Two-story house on Twenty-eighth
street, between poplar and .Commwlal
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Machine Co., on Commercial avenue. !e.
twecn Tenth and Eleventh streets.
The firt floor of a brick dwelling cor
ner oi Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
rottflge on the north side ot Twelfth
rlfW t between Walnut and Cedar.
ttutiness hou-e on Levee street nbove
Llgnt, and in good repair.
F.ooms in a two story houi-ft on Com
mercial avenue between Ninth and Tenth
Store room ncr.r corner ot Twentieth
sr.d Poplar street ; ii.
Tenements S, 4, 5 and 10 In Winter"
P.ow lor $10 per month, and in liret-f la-a
Cottage on Twcnty-firc street txtween
Sycamore and Poplar.
, Koonis in nearly every part of the Ity.
FOK LEASE Oil SALE.
l.anJ-t in tracts to suit, near Caho.
It ii now conceded that Mr. Coleman,
e laundre, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial aye
iuw, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishment In the city, and land
ords of hotel and boarding hou.cs w ill
find it to their advantage to call upon
V r. Her prices ar as follows : Hotel
nd boaruii. house washing 75 cent jx r
Jozen. For piece work trices are as fol
tows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; two
i'jlrts tn'l two collari", 25c ; per dozen,
focks, 5c; two collars, 5c; two
Landktrchief, 5e ; vtvt?, 20c ; and all gen
lleman'f wear, 80c per dozen; ladies
plain calico dresses, $1 25 per dozen
u'.i'.'o drcses w ith extra trimmingR, 50c;
white dresses, SI 25 ; ladles underwear,
fine or course, $1 per dozen. ll-2n-lf
Peter Zimmerman Out of tbe Aabea
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 hi old customers
tifaln. H has opened out in John liy
-'and' old tand, at the corner of Com
mercial avenue and Tenth street, and re
spectfully solicits patronage from old and
new friends. If '0 liave a coat' a vest
or a pair of pantaloons that needs clean
in" 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 its
cheapness. Hemcmber Peter dimmer
man. at tbe corner of Commercial avenue
and Tenth street. 1-ltMm
We have this day sold to Mr. E.
,-t nf mrmldlni? tools
I rnra iuv -
tc, of the picture framing department
ot th Bulletin. All orders for frames
.linn!,! bo tent to him or left at
thU office. We bespeak lor him the lib
rality ot patronage that has been be
stowed upon us Ilia assortment o!
moulding is complete, Trices beyond
competition and he gimrentees satisfac-
tion in all cacs.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 1S7C
i t Cairo Bulletin Co
t.t nil who arn suflerinff from the
trors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vons weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will scud a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-ad
dressed envelope to the ltev. Joseph T
Imv.an. Station D. Bible House, New
, York City.-l-30-Cin.
Jtfl Blown has taken charge ol the
barber shop on Eighth street, nar Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daulel
Umpert. Jefl is ft good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. Give him ft
-all and satiety yourselt. tl
lUdAS' SUoxoUi Balm preserve
ind restores the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan aud sallowness ; makes the
kln solt, white and delicate. Itsappll
:ation cannot be detected.
Lvos'a Kathairom luakeg beautiful,
glossy, luxurlftut hair; prcentilU iall-no-
out or turning gray. It ,tood
tlie teat of 40 ye&ri. IsIcUarnilugly per-
famed an4 lias no rival.'
A8CAXON LODui' Vo. 61"
Knight of Pythias, meets every Fri
day night at halt-past seven, in Odd
Fellows' Hall llowi,
At.KXAXDKR LODGE, NO. 24.
n .1 I . . ..-.i,.- ,.r . v I . I r..l
V J lows, ni-rts every Thursday night
at hair-xt seven, in their nation
.luirimcroial avenue, lietweeu sLsth an J Hetetith
tr.ft Will K. Ilwaix, N. U.
TIIRO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. T.t meeU
ain Odd-lloirs' Hall on tbe first aa.l third
t ueaday ia every month, at half-past seven
A oiiib, C 1
-V Hold n-inili
fjK sonic Hall,
' xand Eighth
CAIItO I.OIXiK. NO. 2.17, A. F. A. H.
lar rximmutiieations In Ma-
comer Coiiiiiiert UI avenue
ith street, on the seoond aad
'onrth Monday ol earh month.
RATF.H OF ADTEKTIMIXU.
IJ-AU bills for adeertisiDK, are due and pay
able IX AOTAKCB
Transient a-lvertlslnt wilt be Inserted at the
rate of II W per square for the first Insertion
and VI ceata for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be made on standing and dtapl
advert i semen U
For instiling Funeral notice II W Notice of
nieelimr of soeleties or secret orders St rents for
Church, Roelety, Festival and "upper notices
will only be iasertel as alvertiseiuenta
No advertisement will be received at leas than
60 cents, and no advertisement will be inf -Tted
for leas than three dollars per month
LOCAL lit mi MS NOTICE
Of one a'juare (8 linen (pace) or more, in
serted In the BcLLtiiN follow : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square - $ 60
Two Insertions per square-. 75
Three insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per quare - 2 50
One month per eqtiarc 3 50
Special rate made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
W EDNESDAY, FEBRUAHY 21, 1877.
TO c .aroioATr:i.
o snunnsrtinrnt will l IneerlfMl
In the llulleiln unless the money ne.
vmpastlM tbe aauie. Till rule la
Imperative. RATI. - Anaounee
mania for ly Offleea, ; Alderman,
For City CUrlt.
We are authorized to announce James W.
Stewart as a candidate for re-election to the of
fice of City tiers at tbe approaching charier
Ieal Weaitker .Beperv.
CalnO. III., Feb 20 IST7.
Tisia. IAa Tub. Wutd. Vai. Wbatb
7 a m! M.2 t-o N 10 Fa'r.
U;ll' SO 4 1 27o K Clear.
I p.m. w t o N Cloudy.
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J AM 108 WATSON,
Ferceast. Siienal service. V. 8. A.
TAYLOR LITEBARY CLUB.
Friday EYening, Feb. 23, 1877.
This Club will present to the public o!
Cairo one cr their
Finest selection of vocal and instrumen
tal music ever otk-rej by tins ciud.
FOUB END MEN.
nnwravRFF.vr AND PAHKEK.
1 AMliO. SCULCKLUS A."U V.JJ.lv-'iit'v.
W. W. VrlKht-Soprano. F. lSwe- Isnor.
A let tiro pe Alto, W.II.Jlrrtt-iiuo,
Reserved Seats at Hartman's.
Buv vour coflee. su?ar and teas at the
lowest prices, at New i ork Store.
Best Dlow in use. Sold and warranted
at the New York Store. Try them.
We w 111 pay no bills for goods or nier-
handise purchased for the Bulletin
by any ot the employes, unlees the pur
chase ia made on a written order signed
by thejpresident or secretary of the com-
uany. Cairo Bvllktln Co.
HoruinfeT Glory llama.
We are just in receipt of this celebrated
Ham. also Beef longuos, Breaklast
Bacon, best meats in the market.
2-10-10t New xork Store.
Mrs. Horn has removed her dress-mak,
ini? rooms from her late residence on
Seventh street to Washington avenue,
ono door above Mrs. R. II. Cunning
ham's, where sho will be happy to 6ee
her friends and patrons. 1-20-lm.
We have just received and oiler tor
tale clover aeed, timothy seed, seed oats,
and a fresh Hue of garden seeds for 5 and
10 cents per paper ; also bulk seeds by
the juart and pound, top and 'bottom
onion setts of all kinds.
2-11-101 New York Store.
Wilson's Albany seedling strawberry
Lawtou blackberry plant?, and Early
Llnneaur pie plaut roots.
All In quantities to auit buyers.
Residence opposite Nineteenth street,
on Commercial avenue. 'J-8-im
Eaily Rose seed potatoes for sale at
New York store. '1-10-10.
The Merebaat'e Eaebaufe.
Louia C. Herbert, proprietor of the
Merchant's Exchange Restaurant and
Saloon.Mate of the Arcadia saloon, oppo-
site the court house, )Commerclalftveuue,
near corner ot 8th street, keeps on hand
at all times tbe finest liquors, wines, and
beers. Lunch spread t 10 o'cloek every
morning. 2-8-1 m
Full line of new style Prints at tbe
New York Store. 2-10-10
W. Dngaa ami lady are Iq tbe
A number ol Cairo lawyers ate
Mound City attending circuit court.
The Cairo public schools are very
often Tlsited by strangers in the city.
Judge Marchildon, ol Thebes, was lit
attendance on probate court yesterday,
Ml.s Minnie, daughter of County
Treasurer Hely, is visiting her brother in
llcTivals are still in progress at the
colored Methodist and Free Will Baptist
Bill Woods, of Santa Fe, was dwn to
town yesterday. He had business In the
'Squire Thomas Martin, of Goose Is
land, is in the city attending to business
in the probate court.
Chief of Tollce Gossman, after spend
ing three or four days In St. Louis, is at
home again and on duty.
Capt. Jim Morris packed his "grip
sack"' yesterday and walked out of town.
t least Sam Foster says so.
C. Moerleln's Cincinnati lager beer,
made from the best barley and hops.
Try it. 1-31-lm.
Be wise in time and procure Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, which always cure3
soughs and colds, and prevents consump
tion. 25 cents : larse size. 60 cents.
Messrs. Nell and Marx were at work
all day yesterday straightening out their
goods, and find much of their stock badly
damaged by water. The loss sustained
cannot be told until they have gone over
the entire stock.
Dyas Parker and A. A. Ilaynes, ot this
city, have formed ft co-partnership and
propose opening ft ary gocKia ana gro
cery store at Fulton, Ky. Both the
members of the new Arm are act! ye, en
ergetic business men. and desert suc
cess. Miss Jennie Winston, the young lady
so severely iniureu oy ueing tnrown
from ft wagon by a nmaway team on
Monday evening, was resting compara
tively easy yesterday, though the pbysi-
ciani were unable to determine the
extent of her injuries.
Harry Wentwcll, John Matteson, Al
bert Eannell, George Watkins, and T.
B. Manker, St. Louis; II. S. Martin and
T. V. Askins, Memphis; T. II. Muloere.
Mattoon; W. B. Meyers, Chlcaso; S.
II. Hanson, Cincinnati; W. D. Allen-
kin, Peoria, were at Herbert's European
Judge Bross convened probate court
on Monday, and is not receiving the re
ports of many of the administrators to
whom notices were issued at the last
term ot tbe court that they must make
their reports. The session will probably
continue the greater part of the week.
Capt. Billy Williams informa us that
he expects to start out on his first trip
with the steamer Wild Boy in a few days.
The repairs on her will be completed in
a day or two, and she will at once enter
the Cairo and Cape Girardeau trade. Let
Cairo businesi men give her all the busi
ness they can.
Within the last few days there has been
a perceptible thinning-out of the confi
dence men and suspicious characters that
for several weeks loitered about the city.
The causo of their departure is not
known to us, but the fact that many of
them have gone somewhere Is true "all
the same." May they never return.
On Saturday evening an old negro
named Williams, an employe of the box
factory, while working about one ot the
cutting machines was struck on the head
by a heavy block of wood, and for a time
it was thought the old man was latally
injured. He is improving, however, aud
will soon be as well as ever.
The Taylor literary club anuounces
another of their celebrated minstrel per
formances to take place at the atheneum
on next Friday evening, February 23d
lnft The members cf the society have
spent considerable time In preparing for
their entertainment, and we can assure
the public it will surpass all other efforts
on the part of the club.
Mr. A. M. Cundiff. formerly of this
city, but more recently ft dry goods mer
chant at Fulton, Kentucky, lost Lis en
tire stock by fire one night last week
Mr. Cundifl had about three thousand
dollars insurance on goods and building,
but this amount, it is claimed, will not
more than half cover the loss. The ori
gin ot the fire la shrouded In mystery
The foundation for Dick Fltzgerald'a
new brick store on Washington avenue,
opposite the court house, has been laid,
and work on the walls Is now progress
ing. The building will, when completed,
be a substantial one, two stories high,
the lower floor to bo occupied by Mr.
Fitzgerald in whatever business be piay
hereafter decide to embark In, aud the
second floor will be divided inta offices.
Mr. 1. F. BlaVo, president"! tho Arab
Fire Company publishes a card tma
mnrnirtfr. In which he says we did his
comDauT injustice. We regret that mis-
Information led us into this mistake.
Certaluly we Intended to do no Injustice
to Blake's gallant "Arabs." We hold
them in high esteem, and acknowledge
them to be fire-flghters of the best kind.
Josh Billings, in dealing with fhe In
dian question say a: "Ml plan Iz slmpl.
thus: Let the guvurment offer ten dol
larz for ev'ry Injun civilized, and let tbe
proof ov civilization be the hair of the
Injun's bead, with the skin attached tew
It." A very good plan, no doubt; but
flrat we would auggeat an experiment
with tbe civilizing Influences of B. X.
Babbitt' Beat Soap.
Thaladleiof the rrobyterlan church J
and congregation will give ft "pound
party" on Thursday evening next at the
residence ot J?tnuel P. Wheeler. Re
IrcshBients will be served at 9 o'clock,
and the pound packages sold at auction
immediately alter. The ladies leel war
ranted in aaylng that this will be the
most pleasant affair of the season.
Mm, A. O. Sloo, Secretary.
Arrivals ftt;the Planters' House yester
day were R. E. Hopkins, St. Louis; S.
B. Peon, Henklevlllc, Ky.; B. M. Jones,
Duquoln ; K. E. Fogy, It. S. Bibb. Nor
folk, F. H. nerr, Chicago; W. J. Win
ston, Cincinnati j J. 8. Tibbitt, Cincin
nati; Sam Johnson, Pike Watson, T. A.
Allen, John Winter, Josheph Warner
and Wilson Harnett, St. Louis ; John B.
Tlmdan, Chicago, and P. S. Mason, In
nlannpolis. I always have been and still am sole
proprietor and manulacturerof Dr. Wm.
Wood's Fever Pills. Anyone selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by me, w ill
bo prosecuted to the lull extent of the
law. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. liealy's, F. G. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my office
Sold in 60 ct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postnge paid on receipt of price.
dAw-tf. Dr. Wm. Wood.
The opening sale ot tobacco to take
place at the Farmer's tobacco warehouse,
Messrs. Hinklo & Thlstlewood, pro
prietors, promises to be the largest sale
of tobacco that ever took place in Cairo.
Large quantities of tobacco are arriving
daily, and by tbe day set for the sale,
Friday next, 231 lnt., their large and
commodious warehouse will be well
filled. It is anticipated that a great many
foreign dealers ia leat tobacco will attend
Among the arrivals at the at. Charles
hotel yesterday were R. E. Sanders, St.
Louis; James A. Vial, Harrisbwg; W.
H. Sherman, New York; N. Plant, Hick
man; L. Gendcnburg, Chicago; MUs
it. Finley, St. LouU ; J. F. Kirk, Pitts
burg; II. C. Parmeter, Denner; I.. M.
flendershot, Michigan ; James O'C'ennel,
Memphis ; C. W. Egnembourg, Charles
ton, Mo. ; Emery Crossen. Union Star;
Wm. Duncan, Jr., Sprlnstield: Sam
Williamston, Medora, Ind. ; Ed. Baxter,
Denter, Mich.; James Douyal, New Or
leans; and many others.
Since the police took the matter in
hand there seems to hayo been a general
scattering of the tramps, and there is not
now half the number of this class of per
sons in the city that there was one week
ago. For several nights in succession
the police went the rounds of the places
where it was known the tramps were In
tbe habit ot rendezvousing during the
night, and warned them that they must
either leave the city or be arrested on the
charge ot vagrancy. It Is very evident
that a great mauv of the men thus noti
fied have left tbe city.
We were exposed last week to a pltl
less storm.tbat wet our leetand stockings
and Indeed our person all over. In fact
we took a cracking cold, which brought
sore throat and severe symptoms of fever.
The good wife asserted her authority.
plunged our feet in hot water, wrapped
us in hot blankets, and sent our faithful
son for a bottle ot Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
It is a splendid medicine pleasant to
take, and did the job. We slept soundly
through the night and awoke well the
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. TehuacanaTtxas)
Prubyterian. 2-0-1 m.
Yesterday, in company with one of the
board of education, another gentleman
and several ladies, we visited the high
school and the colored schools. We
were ueiigntea witn all we saw ana
heard. Prof, and Mrs. Alvord, who are
ably assisted by Miss Paulson, have
made tbe high school an institution of
which every citizen ot Cairo has good
reason to be proud. Prof. Pinn, Miss
Mating, and Messrs. Tanner and Nott,
the colored teachers ot the colored
schools, have made them much better
than they ever were before ; and we were
pleated to observe that the pupils took
a most lively Interest In their studies and
were waking surprising progress ia all
On next Tuesday evening, February
27tb, Miss Susan B. Anthony, the famous
lecturer ou "Woman's Rights," will de
liver her celebrated lecture, entitled
"Woman and the Sixteenth Amend
ment," under the auspices of the Taylor
Literary Club of this city. The lecture
will take place iu the atheneum. Miss
Anthony is beyond doubt one of the
finest lecturers, as well as one of the most
Intelligent women In the country. She
has been lecturing In all the larger cities
ot tho west, ana is now on ner way
South. That there will be & crowded
house on the occasion of her appearance
iu this city it assured.
In the item published In the Bcllbtin
yesterday concerning the work of the
fire companies at tho tire in Mr. NefTs
building on Monday, great inlustlce was
done the Arab company. In fact, from
the wording of tho item referred to, It
would appear that the Arabs were not
even out, and took no part in putting I
out the fire. The truth is that the Arabs
had "first water," and did excellent
work from first fo last. Their engine
was put to work at the cistern In their
engine house, and she was kept at work
constantly until the lire was pronounced
extinguished. The over sight in neg
lecting to give the Arabs credit for their
services, was certainly unintentional,
and we hope this correction may set them
Turn or life. Armed with this great
utidote, the fiery ordeal Is passed
through and the sufferer once more re
stored to the possession of unimpaired
health. These Pills axe equally edc.
clout In all female complaints, and
obstructions at the dawn ot womanhood
Sold everywhere, 25 cents per box or
Tor Hale or Leaae.
A good farm, containing 120 acres ;
good frame dwelling, orchard and all nec
essary out-bulldings. Land all under
fense and in cultivation except 8 acres.
The land Is unincumbered and title per
iod. This farm Is located three-fourths
of mile from the Mississippi river, back
of Wolf Island Stores, Mississippi county,
Missouri. For further information ap
ply at the Bi-llktim office, Cairo, Illi
Cairo Aelnal Riialneaa and Tclecranb
The aboyc will be open on and after
Monday the 19th inst, In the Winter
Block, fronting on Commercial avenue
where every department will be upontho
most complete basis. Scholarships issued
on the most favorable terms. We have
every facility for the best ol training In
all the departments. First class sound
ers, cut-outs, batteries, etc., reasonable
The course of Instruction will be In the
most legitimate form. lS-3t
Jaattra to the Arab.
Cairo, Feb. 20, 1877.
frlcxd dchuckkrs i l ou make ft
mistake, or were misinformed In regard
to which company "put out" the Are yes
terday. Please correct this morning's
article. The "Arab Fire company" had
ft stream of water on the fire before any
other engine was in sight of it. The
"Arabs" do not claim any particular
credit, being bo near the fire ; but the ar
ticle in this morning's paper was rather
rough onj'he "Arabs." Please correct,
and oblige, Yours, B. F. Blake,
President Arab Fire Co.
Have Yon Tried It.
We rcler 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
and 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. Thoso who have
been disappointed in other so-called rem
edies, are specially invited to try this.
Be suro to get the genuine Dr. MorrW
Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Hore
hound. There are Imitations In the mar
kct. Trial size 10 cents. Regular sizes'
50 cents and $1, at Barclay Brothers'.
Very pleasant, and always effective is
Prof. Parker's Pleasant Worm syrup
and no physician required, Ask us.
The Gratitude or au Invalid
Laite.vs, C. H., S. C, Sept. 24, 1873
dear Mr : My wile has been using
daily your bitters, and I am glad to say
she has been greatly benefited. She is
sow stronger and in better general health
than she has been for years, and I feel
certain that ber present gook health is
the result of using a few bottles of tbe
Home Bitters. She Joins me In thanking
you lor your kindness. My wile 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 ol a lriend greatly suffering from
bronchial affection, which has brought
on general weakness. He asked me to
order lor him a half dozen bottles. Send
tl.em to Rev. W. F. Pearson, Donalds
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 she would
order more soon. I am, as ever, your
lriend. Rev. J. R. Riley.
To the President of tbe Home Bitters Company,
St. Louis. Me. :--lm
Aching- Heads and Tneaay Nervee
Are often soothed by Hostetter's Stom
ach bitters, because that searching cor
rectiveness completely removes the causes
ot brain and nerve excitement, which
are to be found in derangement of the
stomach, and ol Its associate organs, the
liver and bowels. It is a truth which
cannot be too earnestly insisted upon,
that the effect ot mere sedatives and nar
cotics, like bromide of potassium, valer
ian, chloral, hydrate and opium, is less
appreciable the longer they are used, and
that they can never permanently relieve
nervous excitability, because they can
not remedy the weakness and organic de
rangement w hich lies at its roots. Hos
tetter's Bitters, however, can and does
cure nervous maladies, for the reason al
ready stated. Sick headache, restless
ness at night, vertigo, mental heaviness,
and depression of spirits, as well as the
dyspeptic condition ot the stomach, aud
torpidity ot the liver and bowels, which
give rise to them, are entirely obviated
by this benign alterative tonic.
Wa DfJtiit. kith RarOT,
I LOW WATXB.
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JAMES WA1 SON,
Ecrgeunt, SUtnal service. U 8. A.
fcteamcr James Fisk. Paducah.
Gold Dust, Cincinnati.
Iron Mountain, barges, Pitts.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
Gold Dust, New Orleans.
Iron Mountain, barges, N. O.
River near ft stand Business
waa verv rood yesterday
Tbe elegant Gold Duit arrived early ftnd
romalnad with us UU 5 P-W. nvln been
i.fim-- all dav. Shu took Horn here
1.600 Dftckftaree jrlaasware, ftnd ft good
let ot way freight, la all, ftbout
MO tons TueFUkUlft gotd trip
of rsihlpplog freight. She leaves the
wharf ftt 6 p.m., precisely, for pdu-
cab s..The strong and fine
tow boat Ironsides airiest
with lour bargea in tow
for th aunny South, she reshipped 100
wagons for New Orleans and way
The Wild Boy Is out of order .There
is no change in the rates The City
of Helen leaves this evening for Vicka
burg And way.
InMhy Inainj, Fetay 27ti, Mil
Susan B. Anthony.
Will Deliver her Mew Lecture, Entitled
mm am tbs m mmn
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concerned that, lit. a sale of lands, town
and city lots, held at the southwest door
of the court house, In the city ot Cairo,
county ot Alexander and State of 1111
nois, on the .th day of September, A. D.
1975, for state, county, district school,
and other taxes of the year 1S74, and
cost, the undersigned became the pur
chaser of the following: described land, In
said county, taxed and sold as set torth.
to-wlt: The northwest of the northwest
section twenty-five (25), township llfteen
(15), ot range three west, Alexander
county, Illinois, lor the sum three dollars
and forty-six cents ($3.46), and that the
time ot redemption will expire Septem
ber, A. D., 1S77. This 19th day ot Feb
ruary, 1877. Severe Marchildon'.
Bankrupt jr Jtotlce.
In tbe District Court of the United
fUates, Southern District of Illinnls.
In the matter ol Cbandler Kobbins and
Chandler h Itobbins, bankrupts In
Notice Is herebr riven that bv order of
t e district court ol the UniteJ States for
tbe Southern district of Illinois, the sec
ond and third meetings of the erectors of
said ranknpts will be held at Cairo, in
said dttriet, on the lath day ol March. A.
V.. If. i, at 10 o clock a.m.. at the nftira of
John Q. lUrraan, Esri., one ot the registers
in bankruptcy. In aald district, lor the
purposes named in the 27th acd 28th sec
tions of the bankrupt act of March 2, 1807.
Yours, etc, GEOBGB FISIIER,
Estate of Altred Cauble. deceased.
To whom It may concern 1 will apply
te tbe county court of Alexander countv.
Illinois, at the March terra thereof, to-wit :
On the second Monday in March. A. D. 1877,
for a full and fin 1 discharge from all further
liability os administrator of said estate.
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